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YOUTH CORPS: Vigorously attacking a set of windows at Kuemper High School are a group of Carroll boys involved in the local Neighborhood Youth Corps, which provides jobs for teens who might not otherwise have employment. Most of the employers in the U.S. Department of Labor sponsored program…

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THOMAS PLAZA: Two Carroll business offices found new homes Wednesday in the newly-remodeled Thomas Plaza, pictured above. John Gnam Real Estate and James Furey, Attorney-at-Law, have rented office space amounting to 800 square feet in the Plaza, the former home of DeLuxe Cleaners, south of W…

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GROUP LESSONS: Group lessons began Monday at the Carroll Municipal Swimming Pool and some of the instructors, like Mark Gronstal and Jackie Bell, found out what the first day can be like. Maybe a little discipline to prevent mutinies like the one shown from continuing is needed. Or maybe the…

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SWAN LAKE VANDALISM: One of the 160 trees cut by vandals at Swan Lake State Park near here early Saturday morning is shown here. The felled tree with a waist-high stump was cut with a hand saw. Damage estimates range from $5,000 to $10,000. Investigation was continuing by the Sheriff's offic…

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CARROLL COLONELS: The Carroll Colonels entertained new businessmen at a luncheon Friday. Pictured from left are Dr. Lynn Curry, DDS, Carroll Dental Clinic; Joe Twit, representing the Colonels; Ray Brookhauser, G-Store Manager; Bill Richter, Iowa Electric Light & Power Company; Al Sondger…

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SWAN LAKE: Find some shade in quiet surroundings on the lake, add a fishing pole and bait and you have the ingredients for spending a lazy afternoon of fishing, just as these two men were doing on the east side of Swan Lake Thursday. Others could be found boating, swimming, camping and looki…

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TAKES SHAPE: The new building that will house the Arnold Motor Supply Company operations in Carroll is taking shape on the southeast corner of 8th Street and Quint Avenue. The new structure will give the firm, a wholesale jobber of automotive parts, about twice the amount of floor space that…

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VACATION WINNER: Mrs. Ron Kraus, of Carroll, receives a certificate from Howard B. Wilson, president of the Herald Publishing Co., entitling her family to a week's all-expenses-paid vacation at Lake Okoboji as winner of the Daily Times Herald's contest for customers of Carroll merchants.

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NEW SERVICE FOR CARROLL: Mayor William S. Farner made the first long-distance telephone call from Carroll Saturday using one of the new Touch0Tone pushbutton telephones. The call was made to Everett Vaughan, president of Ocoma Foods Co. Pictured at left is Wayne Weeks, manager of the Northwe…

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GIRL SCOUTS AT DAY CAMP: The Girl Scout Campfire program was offered Thursday evening at Swan Lake State Park. In keeping with the theme, "Fun Exploring Indians," the girls wore Indian costumes and later presented a program of Indian songs and dances. Six little Brownie Indians posed in fron…

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WATERS BUILDING: Work on the new Waters Department Store, shown in architect's drawing above, will start immediately after demolition of existing structures at the corner of Fifth and Adams streets, approximately Aug. 15, James D. Waters announced Thursday. The new women's wear store is expe…

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DHIA OFFICERS: Elected Tuesday by the Dairy Herd Improvement Association were (from left) Glenn Freese, vice president; Harry Hayunga, director; Alan Lemker, president; and Hubert Havemann, secretary. Warren Heinen, director, was not present.

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AUTOMATED INSTRUCTOR: Automated piano teacher built by Stanford University engineering student David Beach (back) gets a tryout from 5-year-old Jackie MacDonald. When she presses the right key, it not only plays the note but also switches on a bulb directly behind that note on her king-sized…

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CAMPING AT LAKE: A group of boys camping out this past weekend at Swan Lake as part of the County Wildlife Boy's Camp took time out to pose for this picture before returning to their fishing poles. As of noon Saturday, 34 fish had been caught. Thirty-eight boys, ages 12-13, from Carroll and …

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VACATION WORKER: Sam Perschau, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Perschau, earns summer spending money wielding a paintbrush on the Matt Furniture Co. building here. He is a student at Iowa State University.

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PARKING LOT PROGRESSES: Work of resurfacing the new parking lot on Carroll Street just west of Westgate Plaza is making rapid progress. Here, a grader prepares ground for pouring of another concrete slab. Part of the new urban renewal building at the corner of Sixth and Carroll can be seen a…

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NEW BLOOD CHAIRMAN: Mrs. Alma Schleisman, left, former chairman of the county blood bank, presents her files to Howard Johnson, who was appointed Wednesday as new chairman by Dr. Eleanor Roverud, right, County Red Cross chairman. Mrs. Schleisman has accepted a position in Des Moines.

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WINNERS OF A VACATION: Mrs. Carl Jenkins and son Jim of Lanesboro receive a certificate from Howard B. Wilson, president of the Herald Publishing Co., entitling the family to a week's all-expenses-paid vacation at Lake Okoboji. The Jenkins are winners of the Daily Times Herald's contest for …

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Among the many expanded departments in the new Sernett Family Center on the Westgate Mall is the Ladies Ready to Wear Department featuring the famous Russ Togs, the Redeye line for junior misses and Caper-Mates as well as the many other popularly priced lines that have been carried by the st…

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MOBILE COURT: Workmen finish a newly-laid concrete slab on the new mobile home court being constructed in Carroll by the Meyer Mobile Home Court Company of Denison west on Highway 30. When finished, the new court will provide ample space for mobile homes in an attractively landscaped area th…

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BUSINESS IS GOOD: Food stands did a thriving business Wednesday afternoon as Carroll celebrated St. Boniface day with free sausage and sauerkraut sandwiches. Here, Harry Rose is busy at one of the stands handing out sandwiches. Enhancing the old-world atmosphere was a German band from Westsi…

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HOSPITAL BENEFITS: David Bryson, left, president of the Carroll Jaycees, presents a check for more than $900 for the St. Anthony Regional Hospital Development Program to Dr. Walter A. Anneberg, chairman of the hospital program. The money was left over from the recent Jaycee "Rub Out Rubella"…

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FIRST VOTER: Howard Johnson, chairman of the Carroll Jaycee "Get Out The Vote Campaign," casts his ballot in Carroll Ward Three at the Iowa Public Service business office early Tuesday morning. Mr. Johnson was the first registered voter in the third ward. Polls opened at 8 a.m. in 23 precinc…

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ADVANCE INSTRUCTIONS: Carroll's St. Boniface Day Feastmaster, Fred Deirling, left, is shown giving advance instructions to several of his "mess sergeants" in the use of the outdoor gas grill like the type that will be used to cook 8,000 "Bratwurstchen Mit Saurkraut" sandwiches on Wednesday, …

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Marikay Klocke receives her Silver Cup Award from Marty Walz during the Academy Awards show at Carroll High School. She was named best actress in the "Wizard of Oz."

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GRADE LEADERS: Pupils recognized for outstanding achievement Wednesday at the Carroll grade school awards assembly included (from left) Todd Pettitt and Teddy Nam, second and first in boys physical fitness; Karen Hansen, Good Citizenship Award and scholarship; Maureen Ohde, Jeri Krogh, Cindy…

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GANNON AT RECEPTION: William Gannon, Mingo, Democratic candidate for governor in the primary election next Tuesday, was honored at a reception in the Chamber of Commerce office here Tuesday prior to an appearance at a dinner at the Elk's Club. Gannon advocated tax reform, consumer protection…

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CHECK FOR $5,600.00: As a wind-up to the recent Rub Out Rubella campaign throughout Carroll County, a check for more than $5,600 was presented Monday night by Howard Johnson, co-chairman of the drive, to Grant Rehder, outgoing president of the Carroll Jaycees, who spearheaded the drive. Jayc…

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WINNERS IN SIDEWALK ART: Grand prize winners in the Carroll Chamber of Commerce Sidewalk Art Fair Saturday are shown above receiving their ribbons and cash awards. Presenting the prizes is Robert Andersen, an art instructor from Ames. At left, Barb Broich receives the prize for the best disp…

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FETE FOR MISS IOWA: A gala homecoming celebration was held Thursday afternoon at the Elks Club, welcoming back home Carroll's "Miss Iowa," Jackie Jochims, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Jochims. City and county officials, friends of the Jochims family, former teachers and a large number …

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SPEECH WINNERS: Winners of the District Soil Conservation speech contest Wednesday night were (from left) Debbie Vonnahme of Arcadia, first place and the right to advance to a regional contest; Patty Schumacher of Carroll, second; Alma Nieland of Carroll, third; and Debbie Knobble of Dedham,…

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READY FOR CONCERT: Members of the string ensemble that will perform Wednesday night at a concert to be given by the Carroll County Catholic grade school orchestra and junior high choruses of Holy Spirit School include (from left) Mike Ebner, David Berning (seated), Michele Danzer, Silvia Cur…

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REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES: GOP candidates and hosts present at a candidates meeting Monday evening at the Elks Club were (from left) State Sen. Arthur A. Neu; Carroll County Supervisor Orel Thomas of Coon Rapids; state representative candidate Mrs. Frank West of Glidden; Mrs. John Edgerton of Ma…

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SAND MEN: Twenty Knights of Columbus members, most of whom are shown here, delivered 37 tons of free sand to children's sandboxes Sunday, responding to those who had requested it. Clayton Broich was again in charge. The sand was donated by the Moorhouse Ready Mix Co. and delivered in nine tr…

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GIVEN BLOOD: Daniel Wingrove of Manning has received 13 units of Type O Rh Negative blood, supplied to St. Anthony Hospital by the American Red Cross Blood Bank at Omaha. He received seven of these units in one day. Technician Linda Dorr is shown administering the blood for which Mr. Wingrov…

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PARENTS ELECT: Officers and parish representatives were elected Wednesday night by the Kuemper Parents Club. Parish representatives from left: Mr. and Mrs. Gus Burger, Mt. Carmel; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pudenz, Lidderdale; Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider, Holy Spirit, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Elme…

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CLEAN UP ROADSIDES: Audubon High School freshmen pick up cans and bottles along a road near Audubon, dumping the debris into a truck that moves along the road with the crew.

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CONFIRMED: Members of the confirmation class at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lidderdale, pictured with their teachers and pastor, left to right, were Leslie Lase, Stanley Berns, Carlyss Bruggeman, Linda Onken, Faye Wenck, Rev. A. Bostelmann, Randy Kroeger and A. L. Danzer.

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PROM ROYALTY: Mary Schoeppner and Mike Seidl were crowned monarchs of the annual Kuemper High School junior-senior prom in the Kuemper auditorium Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoenjahn were in charge of the coronation. The court, from left: Alan Tigges, Pat Wegman, John Fasbender, Mar…

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D.M. OR BUST!: Five Midwestern College students and an instructor from Denison stopped in Carroll Thursday during a hike that will take them from Denison to Des Moines. The walk is being staged to dramatize the immediate need for financial assistance for the Denison college. Jim Reid, right,…

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ROSES FOR MISS IOWA: Miss Iowa, Jackie Jochims of Carroll, is presented with a bouquet of roses by Joe Dalhoff, exalted ruler of the Carroll Elks lodge, as she prepares to leave for Des Moines en route to Miami Beach, Fla., to compete for the title of Miss U.S.A. Looking on are, from left, E…

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BLUFFS VISITORS: A large group of Council Bluffs persons interested in urban renewal arrived in Carroll by bus Tuesday to take a look at the Carroll program. The Council Bluffs visitors were taken on a tour of the Carroll projects by Mayor William S. Farner, Project Administrator E. C. Puden…

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$1,650.00 FOR RUBELLA: Warren Remsburg, left, chairman of the Carroll County Board of Supervisors, presents a check for $1,650 to Howard Johnson, Carroll Jaycee who has been chairman of the campaign to raise funds and bring the "Rub Out Rubella" program to Carroll County. The Rubella innocul…

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JACKIE CARRIES IOWA'S HOPES TO MIAMA BEACH: A blonde blue-eyed lass from Carroll will carry Iowa's hopes into the Miss U.S.A. contest May 6 at Miami Beach. Jacqueline Jochims, 22, fresh from a stint of practice teaching, will depart Thursday by plane for the 10-day preliminaries prior to the…

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CONTEST WINNER: Gary Kroneberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kroneberger, proudly shows off the items he won as the star salesman in a ticket sales contest for the Boy Scout Fun Fair to be held at Arthur N. Neu municipal airport this weekend. In addition to a bicycle, Gary was presented with a…

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CONVENTION DIGNITARIES: Taking part in the convention of the Sioux City Diocesan Council of Catholic Women in Carroll Tuesday and Wednesday were (from left) Mrs. A. M. Kuhl of Fonda, concluding her term as diocesan president; Mrs. Norma Folda of Omaha, president of the National Council of Ca…

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WINNERS IN SCIENCE, ART: The Science and Art Fair at St. Lawrence School Sunday featured displays and exhibits, as well as hobbies. Pupils of the fifth and sixth grades participated. Sixth grade winners included, left to right, Jerome Dentlinger, Robert Steenson, Betty Grossman, David Rosman…

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STUDENTS TAKE OVER: Students from Carroll and Kuemper high schools took over the Rotary Club meeting at Tony's Monday night and presented a panel discussion on youth's role in modern society. John Burgess, center, acted as president. Others, from left, are John Fasbender, who discussed youth…

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LAKE PRIZE: First Northern Pike caught at Swan Lake park was landed here Sunday by Ed Thelen, shown here proudly displaying the catch. The fish weighed six pounds and was caught on a Rapala lure.

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ESSAY WINNERS: Randy Molitor, left, and Betty Boston, students at Coon Rapids Community High School and winners of the annual essay contest sponsored by the Carroll County Association of Retarded Children, were presented their awards Thursday night by CCARC Treasurer Mrs. Melvin Leiting. Mis…

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WAR ON POLLUTION: Members of Mrs. Nick Schwarzenbach's sixth grade class hold "protest" posters, including (from left) Lori Williams, Becky Blincow, Sue Millender, Julie Teague, Lee Tenold and Brian Furey. The students plan to distribute buttons carrying environmental slogans at the Educatio…