Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 26, 1976 · Page 22
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Modern Health Facilities Draw Thousands From Area to Carroll Thousands of persons from throughout west central Iowa come to Carroll for health care. Its doctors, clinics, hospital, diagnostic facilities and nursing homes have made Carroll an important health care center. Largest of the clinics is Carroll Medical Center, 502 N. Court St., established in 1948. The staff includes six medical doctors: Drs. A.'Reas Anneberg, Paul D. Anneberg, Josef R. Martin, Paul L. Pascoe, Homer L. Skinner and James M. Tierney; and an osteopath, Dr. James P. Jensen. Dr. Walter A. Annberg retired from the Center as of Jan. 1, concluding a 52-year medical career. In 1954, the Center Pharmacy was established within the Medical Center. It has been managed by Donald Jones since 1959. The medical staff at the Family Health Clinic, 726 N. Carroll St., is composed of Drs. Paul T. Cawley, Robert Q. Christensen, Charles A. Fangman, Charles E. Schaefer and Francis X. McCabe. The facility has been known as the Family Health Clinic since Jan. 1, 1974. Robert E. Steinberg operates the Steinberg Pharmacy which is located within the clinic. Dr. R. J. Ferlic began his medical practice in Carroll in 1945. His offices are located at 715 N.Adams St. Dr. Allen D. Anneberg established his independent medical practice at 225 E. Fifth St., June 1, 1972, after being on the staff at Carroll Medical Center for 10 years. Dr. David M. McCoy entered private medical practice in October, 1972, after a two-year association with Carroll Medical Center. His offices are located at 719 Highway 30 West. Drs ; McCoy and Jensen were appointed as Carroll County medical examiners early this year by the Carroll County Board of Supervisors, succeeding Dr. Roland B. Morrison, a longtime physician who retired from ALC Congregation Moves on Plans to Build New Church The congregation of St. John's American Lutheran Church, rural Glidden, is entering a new phase. It has purchased five acres of land from New Hope Village in the northeast section of Carroll. Church members plan to eventually build a church on this site, the Rev. Darryl Torrin said. The congregation seeks to continue and maintain as much of the current ministry as possible at the rural location, three miles east, three miles north and one and one-half miles east of Carroll, Pastor Torrin said. While maintaining the present rural church, the congregation is making plans for the new church in Carroll. It will be built in cooperation with the church's Division for Service and Mission in America, he said. Membership of the country church has grown markedly within the past few years. "At this point, we are stretching the facilities," the pastor said. "As Carroll expanded in the early 1970s, we had an influx of new members." A steering committee has been formed to locate temporary facilities for the Carroll worship services. The committee will work toward the precise definition of the relationship between the two congregations, he said. The current church programs include Sunday Church School for all ages, weekday confirmation classes for Junior High students and Luther League for both Junior and Senior High youths, he said. The American Lutheran Church Women (ALCW) has three circles which meet monthly for Bible study and projects of service and mission. The current -church membership is 265 baptized persons, 195 confirmed members and about 100 family units. The church was established in 1892 by German immigrants. By 1900 it had aligned with the Iowa Synod Lutherans. The congregation later became a part of the American Lutheran Church. St. John's is the only American Lutheran church in the immediate area. The only other church of a similar religious affiliation is at Coon Rapids, Pastor Torrin said. Tlmti Herald, Carrel), la. M Friday, March 26, 1976 4 private practice and as medical examiner as of Jan. 1. Dr. Leo H. Kuker, who opened his new office at 514 N. Court St. for private medical practice in the fall of 1974 V is currently inactive because of an accident. He has practiced here since 1948, with the exception of off-duty time due to his accident. St. Anthony Regional Hospital, a 128-bed facility on S. Clark St., was completed in 1971 at a' cost of $6 million. Rober't Blincow is administrator and Dr. Cawley, chief-of-staff. Three medical doctors are on the hospital staff: Drs. Eleanor Roverud and Stuart H. Nam, a husband-wife team in pathology, and Dr. Melvin Masterson. radiologist. Dr. Roverud has been in charge of pathology since 1952. Dr. W. L. Ward, Carroll's only podiatrist, has been practicing here since 1949. His offices are located at 302 S. Main St. Four optometrists are in practice in Carroll. Dr. John E. Martin, whose office is at 522 N. Adams St., has practiced here since 1945, when he joined his father, the late Dr. E. W. Martin. Dr. H. K. Richardson opened his optometry business in Carroll in the spring of 1959., Last June he was joined by his son. Dr. J. Scott Richardson. Their offices are at 805 N. Main St. Dr. Robert Winjum has been an optometrist in Carroll since December 1971, when he bought the practice of the late Dr. 0. M. O'Connor. His office is located at 328 W. Fifth St. Caring for the dental health of Carroll area residents are seven dentists. Drs. Robert F. Barels, L. B. Westendorf and Robert Langenfeld have their offices in the Carroll Dental Associates building at 818-822 N. Main St. Dr. Barels started practice here in 1934; Dr. Westendorf has been here 30 years and Dr. Langenfeld, 13 years. Drs. M. J. Hall, Norman Schulz and Lynn Curry are associated in the Carroll Dental Clinic at 522 N. Clark St., which was built in 1963. Dr. Hall has practiced for 23 years and Dr. Schulz, 18 years. Dr. Curry joined the clinic in 1970. Dr. N. J. Gradoville has practiced dentistry in Carroll and Westside for a total of about 22 years. His office building at 409 W. 7th St. was constructed in 1967. Five chiropractors are practicing in Carroll at the present time, two having come to the community during the past year. Dr. Thomas E. Blankenbaker came here from Davenport and established his practice April 15, 1975, at 503 N. Main St. Recently he opened another office in Coon Rapids and divides his time between the two sites. The Farmer Chiropractic Life Center was opened Aug. 25, 1975, by Dr. Thomas R. Farmer in the Pringle building at 295 N. East St. He graduated and interned in Florida before starting his practice here. Dr. J. G. Donovan, whose offices are at 410 W. Third St., SENSITIVE TO YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDS Do you know Mid-States is Carroll's largest and leading installment loan, leasing, and factoring operation? It's true. If you need to borrow money for any worthwhile purpose, Mid-States is the place. No amount is too large or small to receive our prompt attention. We specialize in consolidation and 2nd mortgage real estate loans. Does leasing fill a need for you? If so, Mid-States has all types of lease plans for business fixtures and equipment. ' ' No other Iowa company of our type has shown better proportionate growth than Mid-States. Growth like this is no accident. It has occurred because we have maintained competitive rates, prompt service, and are flexible enough to help in almost any situation. INVEST IN THE FUTURE, INVEST IN MID-STATES Do you know Mid-States is paying up to 8'/2% for your savings? ^ o It's true. Currently Mid-States is paying up to 8'/2%, guaranteed, on your savings. We have available savings plans that can't be beat. Interest rates from 6% daily compounded passbook to 8Vfe% for five years are currently offered, and guaranteed interest will be paid or compounded each three months. Why be satisfied with less? At Mid-States you can earn the highest interest in the area and at the same time keep your money in the community to help at home. Stop in or call our Savings Department for additional information. Do you know Mid-States wants to do business with you? It's true. If you need money, we can usually fill the need. If you have money to invest, we are currently paying the best possible interest. If you don't need money and don't have any to invest, stop in anyway. We would like the chance to get to know you. Perhaps we will be able to help each other in the future. We're Planning Today- To Help You Plan For Tomorrow 225 West 6th - Carroll, Iowa, 51401 Phone 712-792-1300 MIDXTATES ENTERPRISES. INC. has been in practice in Carroll since 1953. Dr. Rex A. Heese has practiced in Carroll for about 21 years. His offices are in the apartment building at 814 N. Main St. Since the fall of 1973, Dr. A. C. Delaney has been in practice at 619 E. 3rd St. Prior to opening his business in Carroll he practiced for 42 years at LeMars, until 1963. There are three nursing homes in Carroll which have a combined bed-capacity of 268. They are St. Anthony Nursing Home, 406 E. Anthony St., adjoining the hospital, with 79 beds; Carroll Health Center, 2241 N. West St., which recently expanded its capacity to 138; and the Carroll Manor, a 51-bed facility at 500 Valley Drive. ALFANO'S PIZZA, 608 W. Seventh St., has been open in Carroll about two and a half months. Frank Alfano, formerly of Sicily, is the owner and manager. The building had been a beauty shop. The conversion to -Staff Photo a pizza restaurant included installing a large two-shelf oven, carpet, new lights and bathrooms. The business has a seating area and a carry-out service. Jaycee Ettes Start New Programs Here Congregate meals program for the elderly and the babysitting course for grade school children were two of the many new programs the Carroll Jaycee Ettes introduced in 1975. In cooperation with the Carroll County Extension Service, the Jaycee Ettes conducted the babysitting course for students in the fifth grades through 12th during April. They plan to conduct the course annually. About 200 children were tested during the annual spring Visual Screening Clinic for pre-kindergarten children from Carroll County. Club volunteers have been trained by local optometrists to administer part of the examination. May marked the installation of new officers at the annual Past Presidents Banquet. The new officers began their terms of office by initiating a car Hallett Co. is Asphalt Constructor Hallett Construction Company which has offices in Carrojl and Lake View, has o.ffices all over Iowa.. Minnesota and Arkansas. The local company deals with asphalt construction. The YACHTSMEN WARNED SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Yachtsmen have been warned by the U.S. Coast Guard not to rely solely on any single aid to navigation, particularly a floating buoy. Because of imprecise positioning methods, atmospheric and sea conditions, slope and materials composing seabed and length of buoy chain attachments, buoys are not fixed. They move about and some disappear or sink. The prudent mariner therefore takes bearings from fixed objects and aids to navigation onshore. ' wash and "adopting" a boy at the Glenwood State-Hospital School, Glenwood. Each member has one' month in which she corresponds and sends small gifts to the "adopted" boy. The club has also "adopted" a girl from the school this year. During the summer, the members worked as volunteers at the Easter Seal booth at the Tri-County Fair. They also manned a concession stand during the ' Blue Image Concert to raise money for the Carroll County Ambulance Service heart monitor. The club conducted a toll road for New Hope Village at the intersection of Seventh Street and Main Street one Sunday during the summer. They presented the New Hope Village with a check for $133.13 from the toll road project. The Jaycee Ettes answered company: Has be'en in business in this area for several years. The asphalt construction company will pave driveways. sidewalks, parking Ipts of schools, churches or commercial; playgrounds. and they will paint strip parking lots. A quarry in Lake View serves this area. Hallett /has gravel pits all over Iowa, said a Lake View spokesman. The asphalt plants are located in Jefferson and Cherokee. The central office for Hallett Construction is in Boone. Other area offices are in Crosby, Minn, and Fort Smith, Ark. GOING UP! COLUMBIA. Calif. (AP) Gold Rush prices may have been pretty high, but some of them weren't as high as today's. In the Mother Lode town of Columbia in 1860 miners spent $4,898 to build their first school house. But when it was restored recently the cost was $60,000. telephones for the Jerry Lewis Muscular Distrophy Telethon. This resulted in $1,707 being pledged. I.n September the members hosted a regional meeting at Glenwood. During this month the club won a state award for community action for its Blue Star Home project. The Jaycee Ettes distributed bicentennial bumper stickers in October. About 111 babies were judged in the October Baby Contest. Forty-three babies won awards and gifts. The club hopes to hold the contest annually. Tlye club gave three large . print subscriptions of the Reader's Digest Magazine to the area nursing homes in December. The congregate meal program for persons age 60 and older began in January, 1976. The program provides nutritional noon meals and recreation for elderly persons at the Masonic Temple Monday through Friday. Jaycee Ettes volunteer at the meal site everyday. The club officers are Mrs. Doyle Beeber, president; Mrs. ; Richard Boes, vice president; 'Mrs. James Center, secretary, and Mrs. Thomas Haley, treasurer. New officers will be elected in April. The Jaycee Ettes meet the first Thursday of each month in room 205 of the Masonic Temple Building. The club currently has 17 members. PICNIC TABLE MILE LONG UPLAND,.Calif. (AP) —A mile-long picnic table on Euclid Avenue Parkway between Upland and Ontario, Calif., is probably the longest in the world. Residents of the two cities gather there every 4th of July for their "All States Picnic." About 2,000 pepper trees line the picturesque parkway. LONG CAMPAIGN SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — John Muir, the naturalist, started a campaign in 1891 to gain federal protection for the 7,000 Sequoias in what is now Kings Canyon National Park. It was not until 1940, however, that the area was so designated: FIRE PROTECTION for Home — Office — Farm — Business • Fire and Safety Equipment • Fire Extinguishers Sales and Service Protect Your Family and Home With A SmokeGard Smoke and Heat Detector The SmokeGard protects lives and property. It provides early warning of small or smoldering fires. Battery operated. Lifetime warranty on unit. ESCAPE LADDERS for 2 and 31lory homes for an extra fire exit. ' LET US HELP YOU TODAY Serving the Carroll area and Sfafe of Iowa for 25 years ED M. FELD EQUIPMENT CO. 314 Arthur Neu Drive Phone 792-3143 792-4410 792-2164

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