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MAKING A SPACE SUIT: Pre-schoolers John Colshan (back to camera), Mary Beth Wieland, Becky Nobiling, Beth Brincks (in space suit) and Carol Hulsing (partially hidden) are shown how to fashion a space suit from boxes and aluminum foil by Judy Sturm, Mrs. Martha Millender and Kristy Drees duri…

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PROJECT '70 IS LAUNCHED: Kuemper High School seniors have launched the kickoff for Project '70, a project to raise $2,000 to provide four members of the senior class with college scholarships. Letters asking support for the project will be mailed to businessmen in Carroll and surrounding com…

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KUEMPER SCIENCE FAIR MARCH 14, 15: Monica Balk is busy working on her project, "Stimulation in Infancy," which she plans to enter in the Kuemper Science Fair. (Kuemper Charger photo)

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MARKET BLASTED: Marvin Rehbein, owner of Marv's Market in Vail, inspects damaged carcasses in his new beef holding cooler at Vail, dynamited late Thursday night. Damage was estimated at $15-20,000. Rehbein said Iowa Beef Packers strikers have been harassing his drivers. He has been buying be…

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CHAIR BLAZE: The charred remains of an upholstered chair were removed from the Leonard Schirck residence at 1410 North Carroll Wednesday afternoon. The fire caused extensive smoke damage.

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GUN SAFETY IS SHOWN: Harland Pomery (extreme left) demonstrates gun safety and marksmanship as his part of the Webelos Scouts demonstration on camping at Pack 113 Blue and Gold Banquet Tuesday night. Standing at rear is Webelos leader Ray Schonberger. Other Webelos are (left to right) Rodney…

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CLUB SIGNS VOLUNTEERS: President Fred Witt of the Carroll Rotary Club goes over the list of club volunteers who will work in the St. Anthony Hospital coffee shop Saturday nights. Looking on are Mrs. Gene Rampelberg, center, vice president, and Mrs. L. A. Smith, president of the hospital Auxiliary.

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RECEPTION FOR SENATOR: Senator Jack Miller (R-Iowa), center, was entertained at a reception Friday evening hosted by the Carroll County Republican Central Committee. Among those on hand to greet the senator were, from left, County Supervisor Leonard Rupiper, Templeton; Mrs. John Edgerton, Ma…

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VALENTINE 'TREATS': Residents of St. Anthony Nursing Home had Valentine treats Thursday when the holiday visiting committee of the Hospital Auxiliary made the rounds of all the rooms, distributing heart-shaped cookies, candies and cupcakes. Auxiliary members Mrs. Henry Steinkamp (left) and M…

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ANTONIAN GRADUATES: Nurses' caps were received by 32 students of the Antonian School of Practical Nursing, during recent ceremonies at the school. Sr. Mariquita, director, presented the caps. Students participated in a candlelighting ceremony to signify the passing on of nursing traditions. …

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RULERS AT MARDI GRAS: The royal court of Kuemper High School's Mardi Gras celebration, crowned Tuesday, includes, left to right, Michael Frank, sophomore; Dennis Schultes, junior; Darwin Brincks, freshman; John Fasbender, student council president and crowner; Mardi Gras King Jose Senni and …

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HEAD REALTORS: Officers elected at the organizational meeting of the Carroll Multiple Listing Service Tuesday morning at Tony's Restaurant were, from left, Frank Hoffmann, chairman of the board; Robert Pudenz, secretary-treasurer; and L.H. Comes, president.

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SCOUT WEEK LAUNCHED: Cub Scouts of Pack 100, Holy Spirit parish, receive congratulations from Mayor William S. Farner, noting that Feb. 7-13 is National Boy Scout Week, and the 40th anniversary of Cub Scouting. Pack members will attend mass together with their fathers on Sunday, Feb. 8, and …

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NEW SCOUT CHAIRMAN: The Audubon Boy Scout program has a new chairman. C. H. (Chuck) Stolz, a furniture dealer, has been named chairman of Scout Troop No. 103 Committee. Stolz (left) succeeds Dr. R. L. Bartley (right), who has headed the Scout program in Audubon 16 years, during which 35 boys…

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BIERL'S NEW STORE: Under construction on the east edge of Carroll is the new Bierl's Parkway Furniture store, shown in architect's sketch above. It will contain about 25,000 square feet of selling and warehouse space and is expected to be open sometime in March. The entire stock of Bierl's S…

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DISCUSSES PROJECT: R. A. Wright of Carroll (right), an early financial backer of the project, discusses with Dr. William G. Murray of Ames a project to establish 'Living History Farms' in Iowa. Dr. Murray described his plan at a Rotary Club meeting here Monday night and asked cooperation fro…

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SAMPLE OF SWEETS: Maja Belopeta (center) offers a sampling of sweets from her native Yugoslavia to her host mother, Mrs. Clarence Schweers. At left is her American 'sister,' Beth Schweers. Both girls are seniors at Kuemper High School, where Maja is a student under the Youth for Understandin…

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LUNCHROOM STUDYING: Seniors take advantage of the cafeteria during their study mods. The cafeteria is open for study throughout the day except during lunch mods.

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BATTLE FLAMES: Firemen, left, battle a stubborn blaze at the Lockhart Automotive Company building at the corner of Seventh and Main streets early Friday. The blaze caused heavy damage to the interior of the structure and windows were broken by the heat. Two alarms were sounded; the second af…

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NEW PLANT GOING UP: The steel framework for the 125,000 square foot industrial facility being constructed in the industrial park at the west edge of Carroll is being put in place this week. A week earlier the construction workers were fighting sub-zero temperatures while unloading the steel …

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BAND TUNES UP: Part of the Carroll High School stage band rehearses for two appearances this week. They will perform as a group, and along with the CHS high school band, in a concert Thursday night at the school auditorium beginning at 8 p.m. The public is invited to the free musical present…

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STANDBY GENERATOR: A new generator was put into place in the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. building in Carroll Tuesday morning. The new emergency generator will enable the telephone company to operate its equipment in case of a general power failure. A portable unit mounted on a trailer th…

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JANITORS ARE A CREDIT TO KUEMPER HIGH SCHOOL: Clarence Reinhart, Hugo Wessling and Joe Determan form a line of Kuemper's most diligent workers — the janitors!! (Kuemper Charger Photo)

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C. OF C. ELECTS: Newly elected directors of the Audubon Chamber of Commerce include (from left) Ben Kardell, Charles Sornson, Dean Axland and Everett Johansen. Outgoing Audubon Chamber of Commerce President Kessler received a plaque in recognition of his service.

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SCOUT PROJECT: Boy Scouts of Troop 123, sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, will launch a light bulb sale tonight to raise funds for equipment and summer camping. The door-to-door sale will continue for three weeks under direction of Lloyd Thede, Scoutmaster. Showing off their wares a…

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OFFICERS MEET HERE: Robert D. Blair, Des Moines, director of the Iowa Bureau of Criminal Investigation, second from right, explained the function of the National Crime Information Center at the West Central Iowa Peace Officers meeting in the American Legion hall here Monday. He said a state-…

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WORK IS COMPLETED: Rehabilitation work on the building housing Joe's Paint Center was recently completed. The rehabilitation work was done under Carroll's central business district urban renewal project. The paint store, owned by Joe Dalhoff, will hold an open house Wednesday through Saturda…

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STUDYING ART: Art students and their instructor, Mrs. Bethane Hall, studying an exhibit from the University of Northern Iowa, are from left to right: Pat Darveau, Kathy Kuebler and Dave Broich. (Carroll Hi-Recorder Photo)

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BOY HAS A DISABILITY BUT NOT HANDICAPPED: Terry Kasperson, 11, son of Mrs. Arlene Kasperson and the late Mr. Kasperson of Westside, is a fine example of a youngster with a disability who is not handicapped. Terry, who was disabled at birth with arthrogryposis, which seriously deformed his ha…

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NEW OFFICERS: …of the Audubon County Republican Women's organization have been installed for 1970. They include (from left) Mrs. Art Deist, Audubon, treasurer; Mrs. Warren Thompson, Exira, vice-president; Mrs. Glen Chaplin, Audubon, president; and Mrs. Hazel Parnham, Audubon, secretary. Reti…

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GUARD HONORED: Members of the Maurice Dunn Post Honor Guard were given recognition by the American Legion Tuesday night for service including performances at funerals, football games and other ceremonial activities. From left: Dale Bernholtz, Don Schechinger, Bill Dentlinger, Cyril Wessling,…

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AUXILIARY VOLUNTEERS: …checking over some of the duties they will perform as members of the St. Anthony Auxiliary are (seated, left to right) Mrs. James Nork and Mrs. Max Detlefsen, Manning, Mrs. Carl Wiederin, Carroll, and Mrs. John Hornberger, Manning. The four attended an orientation sess…

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STUDENT DRAMA: Kuemper players rehearse "The Miracle Worker," which will be presented at the C.Y.O. one-act play festival at Sioux City tomorrow. (Kuemper Charger Photo)

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BOOK CLUB IS NEW PROJECT: Freshman English students purchasing books from the Scholastic Book Club through the secretary, Pam Peterson, are: seated, Rick Vanderheiden; standing, Jennie Severin, Mike Tryon, Tom Nam, Gayle Siemer and Jill Juergens. (Carroll Hi-Recorder Photo)

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NEW YEAR'S INFANT: Mrs. David Rasmussen of Audubon displays her infant daughter, Kristin Jo, the first baby of 1970 in Audubon County and winner of the annual New Year's baby contest sponsored by Audubon merchants. The Rasmussen baby was born on Jan. 2.

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DONATES BLOOD: Lawrence Sporleder, of Lidderdale, right, was among the more than 180 persons who donated blood Tuesday during the Bloodmobile's visit to Carroll. Administrating nurses, from Omaha's Regional Blood Center, were Monica DeWulf and Kathleen Sullivan. In the background is Dr. Rola…

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EXTENSION UNIT ELECTS: New officers for the Carroll County Extension Council are from left: Don Helmkamp, Sheridan township, chairman; Mrs. Frank Reibold, Carroll, secretary; Mrs. Clifford Tank, Washington, treasurer; and Robert Schweers, Arcadia, vice-chairman.

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NEW MAYOR, COUNCILMEN: A new mayor and four new city councilmen took their oaths of office Friday as Audubon's new governing body. The mayor is Dr. H.T. Barnes, a chiropractor and former school board member, shown here with the new city council. From left are Allan D. Jacobsen, Glenn Bruun, …

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ON BOARD: Dr. Norman D. Schultz, Carroll dentist, has been appointed to a three-year term as lay member of the Sioux City Advisory School Board. The appointment, effective January 1, was made through the office of Bishop Joseph M. Mueller.

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WINTER WONDERLAND RULERS, COURT: Donna Briggs of St. Mary's Parish, Willey, and Gary Schenkelberg, Holy Spirit Parish, Carroll, were named Queen and King of the Kuemper High School Winter Wonderland Dance Tuesday night. Seated center they are flanked by attendants Tom Schwaller of Templeton;…

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ROYALTY AT THE YOUNG ADULTS DANCE: … Saturday night were, left to right, attendants Bill Rupiper and Wayne Siepker, king Larry Steffes, queen Audrey Neppl; attendants Ielene Schoenherr and Kathy Owens. The club will have a dance at the Elks Club Friday night, Jan. 2, sponsored by Elks manage…

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CHECK ON PROGRESS: Sr. Corona and Mrs. Robert McKone check the progress of Mrs. Elizabeth Staiert of Arcadia, recent recipient of blood from the Red Cross Blood bank while a patient at St. Anthony Hospital. The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be in Carroll Tuesday at St. Paul Lutheran Church and …

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AFGHAN WINNER: Mrs. John M. Smith, center, was winner of an afghan donated to the St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary by Mrs. Verna L. Andrews, left, of Glidden. Mrs. Andrews made the afghan, one of 38 she has made, while she was a patient at the hospital, and donated it to the auxiliary. The pro…

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PLANTS FOR HOME: The St. Anthony Nursing Home was the recipient of several plants donated by the Carroll Jaycees from proceeds left over from their Christmas basket project. Pictured, from left, are Tom Rutten, Carolyn Sibenaller, Judy Reicks, Margaret Wolterman, Kent Goldsmith and John Clark.

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TESTS MOTOR: Don Langenfeld, mechanical engineering senior, at Iowa State University, Ames, tests the motor of one of the washing machine models at the Maytag Company. The Carroll student is one of 170 ISU students participating in a cooperative education program sponsored by the College of …

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MARCH IN SNOW STORM: A war protest march by several high school students accompanied by seven or eight adults was staged during a snowstorm Monday evening in Carroll. The group marched from Carroll High School to the downtown area where a short program was held in front of the courthouse. Th…

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HELPS STUDENTS TO BE BETTER READERS: Mr. David Nieland and the equipment he used in the teaching of reading. Nieland teaches Title I Reading, a program for students who need additional help in acquiring this skill.

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SANTA'S HELPERS: Santa Claus made an early visit to the Carroll County Home on Thursday and discovered a number of volunteer helpers from the Communications Workers of America local union on hand to help with distribution of gaily wrapped gifts, candy and fresh fruit to the elderly residents…

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100 YEARS OLD TODAY: Her 100th birthday was observed Thursday by Mrs. Addie Kingman, a resident of the Perry Nursing Home. Friends at the home and members of her family complimented her with an open house at the home. Mrs. Kingman, born Dec. 18, 1869, in Chicago, has been a long-time residen…

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CONTEST WINNERS: Proudly displaying their artistic abilities are winners of the Carroll Chamber of Commerce annual Christmas coloring contest. First-place winners, seated, are, from left: Randy Haberl, Gail Schmitz and Jody Duncan. Winners of second place, from left: Liza Danzer, Sharon Kost…

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COON RAPIDS DERAILMENT: Nine cars in the mid-section of an eastbound Milwaukee Railroad freight train derailed about one and one-half miles east of Coon Rapids at 2:40 p.m. Monday. The train was slowing to a stop at the time of the derailment and only 210 feet of track was torn up. The main …