Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 26, 1976 · Page 10
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Facilities Are Expanded by Juergens Produce & Feeds Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, March 26, 1976 2 Service, Juergens Produce & Feed Company has expanded its facilities here as the concern marks its 25th year as the Purina supplier in Carroll. A new 72-foot truck scale is in operation to help provide faster grain and ingredient handling and an additional 200,000 bushel grain storage structure is being planned for this summer. The expansion program is part of the firm's efforts to meet the increasingly greater service requirements of local livestock and grain producers, officials said. A complete line of all kinds of farm seeds, including hybrid corn, seed beans, seed oats and legume and grass varieties is carried by the company. Juergens also stocks about 250 animal health products such as wormers, disinfectants, feed drugs, pest controls and medicated feeds. Juergens keeps up with the changes in agriculture that are constantly taking place by adding new products as they eome on the market and by keeping current on management practices, nutritional information, drug usage and production planning. A total of 33 persons, including seven full-time trained feeding advisers who call on customers regularly are employed by the firm. These advisers also aid with feeding operations on the farm and assist customers in the store. Livestock rations and supplements are delivered by four large bulk feed trucks. Four semitrailers make daily trips to the Purine mill at Omaha for concentrates and complete feeds. Also offered by Juergens are grain banking, storage and drying services, cream and egg pick-ups, feeder pig placement, farm seed and hybrid corn sales and an extensive cob and grain buying service for area grain producers. The firm has large and modern warehouses for unloading their own trucks and loading customers' vehicles. The modern salesroom , displays farm, home and animal health products. Juergens also sells home, lawn and garden care products for town and country -Stall Pholo JUERGENS PRODUCE & FEED CO. is marking its 25th year as the Purina feed and products dealer in Carroll this year; A new truck scale recently was installed and a 200,000-bushel -grain storage facility is planned for construction this summer. Thirty-three persons-are employed-by the firm. customers, including water softener salts, fertilizers and .insecticides, pet foods and pet health products, household disinfectants and deodorants. DeMolay Does Well in Sports The Carroll DeMolay basketball teams fared well in the Iowa DeMolay Shrine Basketball Tournament last April, with one winning the state title and the other taking second. The 13 to 16-year-old basketball team from the Hugh DePayen Chapter, Order of DeMolay, won the state title in their age bracket over 32 teams. The Carroll chapter 17 to 21-year-olds placed second in their class. The Za-Ga-Zig Shriners of Des Moines will again host a dinner for all teams participating in this year's tournament, according to Norman Hutcheson. The chapter also competed in the DeMolay State Softball Tournament and took second place out of 16 teams, last year. The chapter basketball teams and softball teams will compete in the tournaments again this year. Four boys will attend the DeMolay State Wrestling Tournament in March at Iowa City. Current officers are Dan Tigges, master councillor; Mike Shields, senior councillor, and John Gretenberg, junior councillor. Advisory board members include George Towers, chairman; Hutcheson, chapter dad, and Gene Vincent, J.W. Hambleton, Glenn Lockhart and Don Dreessen. New initiates are Neil Hutcheson, Greg Forbes, Skip Anneberg, Mike Farrell, Jeff Venteicher, Kim Ingerslev, Jason Sanford, Bob Shields, Scott Towers, Phil Jones and Craig Osborn. The chapter is sponsored by Signet Lodge No. 264, A.F. and A.M. DeMolay membership is open to any boy of good character between the ages of 13 and 21. It is not necessary, that a boy be a son or relative of a Mason to join. The organization does not advocate any particular creed. CARROLL-" IOWA'S NEWEST CITY" James J. Kratoska Fred J. Dolezal George Coffin That slogan more than adequately sums up what has been happening in Carroll during the last few years. Carroll is definitely on the move. And the events of yesterday will pave the way for even greater achievements in the future. In our community, there's growth ahead. And Mid-Iowa Insurance Associates is keeping pace with the progress of our community. We express anew our sincere appreciation to our many customers, whose loyalty has helped us grow. We look forward to the opportunity of continuing to provide the kind of service the people of our community need and deserve. We're still growing . . . and so is our wonderful community. ' John Fortune MID-IOWA INSURANCE ASSOCIATES, INC. Tom Dolezal YOUR/ independent} ^Insurance f /AGENT A CARROLL 214 W. 4th St. Phone: 792-4324 Ideals, Fun in Rainbow Opportunities for service, high ideals and fun are offered to girls between the ages of 12 and 20 by the Order of Rainbow for Girls. Between 25 and 30 young women currently belong-to Assembly No. 50 which was chartered here in 1936 under sponsorship of the Order of the Eastern Star. Through ritualistic work the Rainbow Girls receive instruction in the virtues of faith, hope, charity, love, religion, nature, immortality, fidelity, patriotism and service. Meetings are held in the Masonic Temple the first and third Mondays of the months, except in the summer* Top officer in the organization is worthy advisor, a post currently held by Julie Teague. Worthy advisors last year were .Deborah Ferren, Becky Blincow and Becky McDonald. Mrs. Gene E. Vincent is acting mother advisor. The past year has been a busy one for the Assembly and has included several out-of-town trips. The girls attended the Shrine-DeMolay state basketball tourney in DeS Moines to cheer the local teams; attended sessions of Grand Assembly (state parley) in Ames; participated in the DeMolay Sweetheart BalJ at Storm Lake during the DeMolay state conclave; and enjoyed a "fun weekend" in Omaha. ! "Rainbow Sunday" was ; observed by attending church, services in a body. The grand worthy advisor visited the Carroll Assembly, and members of the Denison Assembly were here on two occasions. In memory of Mrs. Grace B. Sprecher of Denison, supreme worthy advisor emeritus of the Order, the local Rainbow Girls held a "Grace B. Sprecher Day"' dinner and later placed evergreen sprigs on graves of Masons and Eastern Star members at the Carroll City Cemetery. A district workshop for mother advisors and advisory board members was held in Carroll last fall.itna^chool of WOl Larry Chartier poses beside a U.S. Army Reserve wrecker housed at the Carroll facility, 228 N. Main St. The wrecker is used to haul disabled reserve -Stnff Pholo vehicles to the Carroll facility for repairs from parts of central and western Iowa. Included in the local unit are some mechanics. Wide Area is Served by Bernholtz Brothers Bernhqltz Brothers Frozen Food Center and Lockers located east on U.S. 30 processed about 12,000 pounds of deer summer sausage in 1975, according to Merle Bernholtz, one of the owners.. Hunters,from as far away as Des Moines and Ankeny had their deer processed here Bernholtz said. Services for custom-processed meat, dairy produ.ct sales, meat, wholesaling and retailing remained the same, according IT'S WESTPORT NOW WESTPORT, Conn. (AP) — Originally named Saugatuck by the Indians, this seaport town incorporated in 1853 and business interests changed,the name to Westport. instruction for officers of the local Assembly was a November event. ' Eastern Star members who are on the Rainbow Advisory Board include Mrs. Roger Hansen, chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent, Dr. and Mrs. Joh E.- .Martin and Mrs. ; ''' '* * to Bernholtz. Lyle and Dale Bernholtz are the other owners. The Bernholtzes have been operating the 16-employe firm for 15 years. Clients within a 40-50 mile radius are served by the firm. The firm is the only one in the immediate area distributing Flynn milk and dairy products. Flynn products are delivered to Carroll daily from Des Moines. The company wholesales MEET JAMAICANS KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — One of the most successful programs sponsored by the Jamaica Tourist Board is called "Meet the People." The year-round operation affords visitors the opportunity of meeting Jamaicans from all strata of society in an atmosphere of informal "family togetherness." Visitors wishing to participate in the program inform their hotels on their arrival on the island, or write or telephone the Jamaica Tourist Board in advance'.' 11; '"' and retails meat products. It also rents 800 cold stordge locker spaces, The main building irieludes a smokehouse. Custom butchering is available for wholesale distribution to restaurants and grocery in a large section of western Iowa. A pen for holding livestock to be custom butchered was built in 1973. Most of the meat processed is sold by the carcass in quarters or other large quantities. ORANGES INDUSTRY RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) The California orange industry can be traced to Brazil. A farmer's wife in •Riverside in 1873 sent for two seedless oranges trees from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. She planted them near her kitchen door and watered them with dishwater. The trees belonged to the Washington navel variety originally imported from Brazil. The two trees adapted themselves to the California climate and within a few years an industry was born.' ' ' Working Together for a BETTER TOMORROW, 1$ Our PLEDGE TO PROGRESS! LONG HANDLED GARDEN TOOLS • ROUND POINT # 2 SHOVEL • RUGGED 6'/,"W, GARDEN HOE 36-39176,72540.84436 REG. TO 4.99 LEVER ACTION HOSE NOZZLE |99 REG. .2.59 melnor Pistol grip; Instant mist to full stream! 36-58051 KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS SEED REG. 1.79 For thick, green turf, year after year. 2-lb. bag. 36-60162 VEGETABLE SEED PACKETS 2 /15« Popular varieties, while they last! 36- PRE-PRICED 354 EACH l 5 /s"T03'/4 CUTTING HEIGHT SAVE $ 30 REAR ENGINE RIDER MOWER • Auto-type steering wheel | • 3 speeds plus reverse ^ • Quick-stop drum brakes • Parking brake for safer/ • 13x5.00" rear air tires REG. $399 ^ Makes mowing fun! Briggs & Stratton engine's at rear for good view of mowing path. 37.24374 HOURS 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Till 9:00 p.m. on Fri. Ph. 792-9400 327 N. 6th St. Carroll CHAKGEIT

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