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JAYCEES TO REORGANIZE: A meeting has been called at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Chamber of Commerce office in Audubon to reorganize the defunct Audubon Jaycees. A preliminary planning meeting was held last week with state and national Jaycee officers on hand. Those present included (from left)…

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MRS. ARLO BUCK ENJOYS WORKING WITH CHILDREN: Mrs. Lois Buck's voice bubbles with enthusiasm on almost any subject she speaks about, but when the conversation changes to her work as an assistant at Merri-land Play School, the enthusiasm doubles, and seems to bubble over. Play school readies c…

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NOT TAKING BACK SEAT: The liberated woman is not about to take a back seat in any profession — not even bus driving, in the case of Joyce Wearstler, 20-year-old sophomore at Ohio's Kent State University. She is a part-time driver for the Campus Bus Service.

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RIDE SNOW 'MONSTER': Riding their snow sculpture "monster," Claudia II, are (from left) Carla Kennebeck, Kristin Fee, Barbara Hulsing, Jane Otto, Molly Whaley and Therese Langenfeld. The girls are fourth grade students of Mrs. Eugene Wagner at Holy Spirit School. They built their "monster" d…

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HEAD DRIVE: Checking over their assignments for the Carroll Concert Association membership drive, scheduled to begin March 8 and continue for eight days, are Mrs. Patrick Moehn (left), assistant chairman, and Mrs. Michael Wittrock Jr., chairman.

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CORN FROM SOUTH: Seed from the South may prevent a repeat of the disastrous corn blight which ruined much of the U.S. crop last year. Blight-resistant corn was sent from the United States last year for growing far from the blight's reach — to Argentina, where it is summer. Multiplied 250 tim…

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Vegetables to be chopped in the blender should be cut into one-inch pieces as Mrs. W. L. Chambers demonstrates.

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SCHOLARSHIPS PRESENTED: Friday was scholarship day at the Des Moines Area Community College School of Practical Nursing. Mrs. L. A. Smith (right), president of the St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary, presented the first scholarships to be given under the Auxiliary's new scholarship program to (f…

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'THE THIRD BEST SPORT': Rehearsals are in full swing for the Carroll Community Theater's spring production of "The Third Best Sport." Shown rehearsing for a scene are (from left) Charles Beahm, Dr. David McCoy and Mrs. Schechtman. Dr. McCoy, as Douglas Sayre, is trying to "decide" between hi…

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RESCUE METHOD: Demonstrating a basic rescue method as a qualification for a Webelos Aquanaut award in Cub Scouting are (onstage) Terry Ruchti as the victim and Phillip Jones as rescuer. The Webelos and assistant leader Richard White (right) presented a program on Webelos award requirements a…

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MRS. FELD'S 4TH GRADERS RELIVE PAST: All fourth graders at Carroll Community School spent the first semester studying the exploration, settlement and building of our country by people from many European countries. Some of the students constructed a log cabin using a wooden frame and paper. P…

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MRS. JACOBSEN LAUDS SUNNYSIDE: Mrs. Estelle Jacobsen is one of the Carroll County residents who can tell firsthand of the rehabilitation work that is available in Iowa at Camp Sunnyside through the sale of Easter Seals. Sunnyside, which was established to be used during the summer months as …

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OVER THE COFFEE: State Senator Arthur A. Neu (R.-Carroll), left, and State Representative Charles E. Knoblauch (D.-Carroll) discuss issues in the Iowa Legislature over a morning cup of coffee in the State House restaurant. Neu, 37, an attorney, represents Senatorial District 14, comprised of…

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CATHOLIC EDUCATORS HERE: Special guests and speakers at a Diocese of Sioux City regional workshop on individualized instruction held Thursday at St. Lawrence School are (from left) the Rev. James Lafferty, Dioux City diocesan superintendent; Henry Schuttler of Bellevue, Neb., elementary curr…

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PLAN BLENDER PROGRAM: Any woman who owns or is considering buying a blender should benefit from a demonstration planned by the Home Economics Extension Council for Monday, Feb. 15, at the First United Methodist Church in Carroll (Main St. entrance). Registration will begin at 1 p.m., with th…

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GRAND PRIZE FOR FIRE POSTER: Roxanne Kennebeck, a student at St. Lawrence School and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Kennebeck, receives the 1970 grand prize award for the state fire prevention poster contest from Carroll Fire Chief Bob Wieland, who presented the plaque on behalf of the …

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TO HEAD TEACHERS: E. L. (Roy) Karlson of Coon Rapids (left) and members of a campaign group looked over a promotional bulletin board at Des Moines Saturday after Karlson was elected vice president, president-elect at the annual meeting of the Iowa State Education Association in Des Moines. W…

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KUEMPER HIGH CAST: Cast of the comedy "Antic Spring," one of Kuemper High School's entries in the state speech contest at Council Bluffs Saturday, is shown during rehearsal. From left are Marty Kanne, Mary Neumayer, Mark Gronstal, Mary Stangl, Mark Martin and Ann O'Leary. This one-act play, …

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HEADS POLICE: R. Otis Halligan, 42, formerly of Fort Dodge, assumed the duties of acting chief of police in Carroll Monday. Halligan is a veteran of the Fort Dodge force, where he achieved the rank of lieutenant of detectives. He also graduated from the FBI National Academy in Washington, D.C.

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PLANNER: Bill Neppl of Carroll, member of the steering committee for Career Day at the University of South Dakota, Vermillion, is shown making preparations for the event Feb. 25. Neppl is chairman of the facilities committee. Career Day is designed to acquaint students with employment operat…

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WIN JAYCEE RECOGNITION: Honored at the Carroll Jaycee Distinguished Service Award — Outstanding Young Men — Bosses Night Banquet at the Elks' Club Saturday were (from left) Lester W. Wilke of Wilke Drug Co., Boss of the Year; Arnold Wiskus of Dedham, Outstanding Young Farmer; Mrs. William Fe…

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WAITING TO UNLOAD HOGS: Trucks lined the entrance to the sale barn west of Carroll Saturday waiting to unload hogs for the NFO's "Operation Hog Lift." Approximately 1,100 hogs were unloaded at Carroll, then shipped to various markets. The goal of the project was to have hogs that normally wo…

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MEETS TV STAR: Mary Berger, Carroll County Cancer Crusade chairman, is greeted by TV Star Peter Graves, national education-crusade chairman for the American Cancer Society, in Cincinnati, Ohio. They were there for the 1971 campaign, preparing for the educational and fundraising crusade in Ap…

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REPORT ON DRUGS: "There is a drug problem in Carroll," these four high school students who attended the Governor's Drug Conference in Ames told a group at the Wednesday evening Jaycee meeting. From left are Pattie Hartzell, Kay Lengeling, Paul Severin and Ann O'Leary.

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COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD TO MAX H. REED: Max H. Reed (right) accepts the eighth annual community service award from Bill Burgess, last year's winner, at the annual meeting of the Carroll Chamber of Commerce Tuesday. Reed, owner-manager of the Anderson Shoe Store, was cited for outstanding ach…

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LOUNGE NOW OPEN: The Carroll Ladies Lounge, now open in its new location next to the Chamber of Commerce office in the remodeled Chicago and Great Western depot, is a good place for a rest while shopping, as this Carroll woman demonstrates. The Ladies Lounge, owned and operated by the city, …

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24-HOUR NURSES STATION AT CARROLL MANOR: Mrs. Clarence Spaen, RN, describes to nurse Mary Jo Bruning, LPN, notes made during the day of each resident that would be important to the next shift, as Mrs. Daryl Winker, administrator, looks on. This is done as each new shift comes on duty. The nu…

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BUILDING IS PROTECTED BY BALES OF HAY: No, they weren't putting up hay in the business district here Friday. The bales going up in this picture were placed on the roof of the Kelley Shore Store's temporary location to protect it from falling debris as the building next door east was demolish…

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OLD BUILDINGS DEMOLISHED: Men and machines from Anderson Wrecking and Excavating Co., Omaha, knocked down the former Beiter Market building Wednesday afternoon after smashing down the walls of the fire-gutted former Waters Dept. temporary location. Another old building in the same area on Fi…

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ASSIGNED: Airman Roderick S. Drake, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Drake of Coon Rapids, has completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., and has been assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex., for training in the transportation field. He is a 1970 graduate of Bayard High School.

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VIEW URBAN RENEWAL AREA: A delegation of 31 Sioux City business and civic leaders were in Carroll Tuesday to observe the central business district urban renewal project. Mayor William S. Farner (far right) was one of the hosts; others were H. C. Schogren, Wm. J. Keenan, E. C. Pudenz, H. J. K…

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MRS. HOWARD KLAHN LIKES TO COLLECT CRUETS, OTHER ANTIQUES: Mrs. Howard Klahn's latest antique interest is collecting cruets. Cruets have always fascinated her because of their wide variety of styles and colors. A cruet is a small glass bottle or vial, used for serving vinegar or oil at the table.

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BLAZE IS CONTROLLED: Firemen from Carroll and Breda helped contain a stubborn fire that broke out in a double hog shed at the Clark Grain Company, Maple River, Friday afternoon. The blaze for a time threatened a lumber yard, bulk oil tanks, and grain elevator as well as other structures. The…

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ELKS INITIATE: The eight men initiated Thursday evening into the Carroll Elks Lodge, and their special guests, are (front, from left): Richard Adkins of Carroll; Paul Gray of LeMars, vice president of the Iowa Elks Association; Gene Gretknecht of Fort Dodge, state president; Harry Harmeyer o…

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MEET IN VIET: Two Carroll County soldiers, Stanley Kerkhoff, left, and Allen Soyer, met recently in Chu Lai, South Vietnam. The sons of Mrs. and Mrs. Bob Kerkhoff of Templeton and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Soyer of Carroll went into service together July 2, 1969. After basic training, they were sepa…

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RUSSELL L. MOHRS, MANNING, NAMED FARM FAMILY OF THE YEAR: The Russell L. Mohr family of rural Manning has been named "Farm Family of the Year" for Carroll and Greene Counties by the Farmers Home Administration. Mohr has progressed from working as a hired hand to being a successful tenant ope…

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OUTDOOR SPORTS INTERESTS SHARED BY THE JIM CARROLLS: Mrs. Jim Carroll enjoys sports, sewing and cooking, but most of the time "Jim and the kids keep me busy." The kids are Jimmy, 4, and Timmy, 1. Husband Jim is the new comptroller at St. Anthony Hospital. Fortunately for Patty Carroll, her s…

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The Carroll County Extension Council elected officers for 1971 at a meeting Thursday. Pictured are (from left) Robert J. Schweers, Arcadia, vice chairman; Merlin Schelle, Breda, chairman; Mrs. Frank Reibold, Carroll, secretary; Mrs. Lowell Stribe, Manning, treasurer.

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THRILL OF A LIFETIME: Some of the luckier boys in the crowd of 250 at the Little League father-son banquet at the Elk's Club Wednesday night got a chance for a personal visit and autograph session with Minnesota Twins players Charlie Manuel and Danny Thompson. The Little League players are (…

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MOUNTAIN OF SNOW: Where do you go with the tons of snow scooped up from a 13.5-inch fall? The city's solution, at least until the area is filled, is the south parking lot of the municipal ball park. This mountain of snow was built by city dump trucks hauling it from the streets.

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SNOWMOBILES TO THE RESCUE!: Where there's a will, there's a way. And the best way to get anywhere during Sunday's blizzard and Monday's aftermath was in a snowmobile. With this in mind, six Carroll snowmobile owners offered their services as taxi, rescue squad and delivery van. The Snowmobil…

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SCENE OF DESOLATION: This was the desolate scene that greeted early-morning arrivals in the Carroll business district Monday as winds whipped snow into six-foot drifts. A city snowplow had just gone by. Many employees had a hard time of it getting to work. Some business places were not open …

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WINTER SPORT: For youngsters with 10 days of Christmas vacation and new sleds, the efficiency of Carroll's street clearing crew could be mighty disappointing. But this group of sledders, (from left) Al Kasperbauer, Joe Kruse, Ed Kasperbauer on back of Darrell Schaeuble, Jeff Bell and Larry S…

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KUEMPER'S ROYAL COURT: Sue Schapman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schapman of Carroll, and Tom Seidl, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Seidl of Dedham, were crowned king and queen of Kuemper High School's Winter Wonderland ball Wednesday night at the school gymnatorium. The royal court includes (fr…

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GIVE BLOOD: Mrs. Eugene Havermann checks on Mrs. Walter Tigges, who is giving her 16th pint of blood to become a 2-gallon donor. Despite a good turnout of volunteers and donors at the Red Cross Bloodmobile Tuesday at Holy Spirit auditorium, the Bloodmobile fell eight pints short of the goal …

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DUANE SMITHS 'FARM FAMILY OF THE YEAR': The Duane Smith family of rural Audubon has been named "Farm Family of the Year" for Audubon and Guthrie counties by the Farmers Home Administration. Pictured are Mrs. and Mrs. Duane Smith and daughter, Louise, 6.

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FIVE GENERATIONS: Mrs. W. S. Bayley of Carroll (second from left) holds her great-great-grandson, Scott Michael Lefler of Sioux City, at a five-generation gathering held during the Christmas holidays in Carroll. Second from right is her daughter, Mrs. James Reid; at left, her granddaughter, …

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"…For unto us a child is born…" at a nativity scene outside St. Paul's Lutheran Church.

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5 GAL. BLOOD DONOR: Lynn J. Hoffman receives a pin from Mrs. Robert Saylor, local chairman of the Red Cross Bloodmobile program, in recognition of becoming a five-gallon donor when the Bloodmobile came to Carroll this fall. Mr. Hoffman, 40, who lives in Roselle and works in Carroll, plans to…

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CALENDAR TO MAYOR: Paul Crouse presented the first official 1971 Boy Scout calendar delivered in Carroll to Mayor William S. Farner, right, in ceremonies at the Chamber of Commerce office Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Crouse is the sponsor of the Boy Scout calendar project in Carroll. Looking on du…

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CAROL FOR THE ELDERLY: Several of the about 80 eighth graders of Holy Spirit School worked in a little extra practice before caroling Tuesday evening at about 50 homes of the elderly and shut-in people of the Holy Spirit parish. Each student made candles in their art class and Christmas card…