Deaths, Funerals J Tlmet Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, April 9, 1976 LOYD M. MEYER AUBURN — Loyd Maynard Meyer, 74, of Auburn died at 2:30 a.m. Friday, April 9, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll following a lingering illness. He was a Frederiksen is Found Guilty AUDUBON — A jury in district court here Thursday evening returned a verdict of guilty against John Edgar Frederiksen, 23, of Hamlin, charged with larceny in the nighttime at a farm house east of Audubon last New Year's eve. Local authorities said merchandise valued at about $1,200 was taken in the break-in. Frederiksen went on trial Tuesday. District Judge Jerry Larson set sentencing for April 26. Also charged in the break-in were Frederiksen's younger brother, Jim Dean Frederiksen, and Keith Christensen of Kimballton. Astrology Saturday April 10,1976 Bernice Bede OSD ARIES (March 21-ApriI 19) You have a knack today for turning things that you take a hand in into something gainful for yourself and others involved. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) For entertainment this evening select a different place where you'll have an opportunity to meet new people. A surprise may be in store. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Lady Luck may take a hand in a situation today that affects you and your family. The results could give all something to smile about. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Welcome news may be coming your way today from two sources. Keep communications open to those whose help you need. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Conditions that have an influence on your material well-,being appear very favorable for you today. Look fortheunusual. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) There's a good chance today that your ideas will be just a trifle better than those of your contemporaries, but don't let them know it. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Your instincts as to how to better yourself financially are likely to come into play today just at the time you'll need them. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Your warm, outgoing and winning ways may gain a new friend today, one who could prove very worthwhile to know. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) It's not just your style or the way you do things that others will find admirable toda~y' It's your sincere motives that impress them. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Projects that are large in scope or of an unusual nature are the types of things you'll perform best today. . AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) If you put your mind to it today, you might be able to come up with something advantageous to you businesswise. Think profit. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Intimate relationships should be quite lucky for yu today. Look out for the other guy. He's sure to look out for you in return. YOUR BIRTHDAY April 10,1976 The aspects for this coming yearindicate benefits for you careerwise. Changes you are contemplating-could result in a heftier paycheck for you. Heidi Reiman Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reiman, Carroll Prayer Service 2 p.m. Friday at Sharp Funeral Home Officiating: Rt. Rev. M»gr. Henry B. Karhoff Interment: M> Olivet Cemetery SHARP . FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll for 35 year* semi-retired farmer. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Auburn Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. Henry Eggink officiating. Burial will be in the Wall Lake Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Carroll. The casket will be brought to the church at 8:30 a.m. Monday for viewing until the hour of services. Jeptha Lodge No. 201. A.F. & A.M. of Auburn will conduct Masonic memorial services at the funeral home at 8 p.m. Sunday. Mr. Meyer was born on a farm northwest of Auburn April 21, 1901. and spent most of his life in the Auburn area, with the exception of six years when he worked for the Edison Company in California. He was a son of Franz A. and Maggie Maynard Meyer. He attended school at Auburn. On June 6, 1936, he married Maude Hutchinson at the Presbyterian manse in Fort Dodge, with the Rev. W.D. Garless officiating at the ceremony. Surviving with his wife are a daughter, Mrs. Dennis M. (Nicola) Holmes of Auburn, and four grandchildren, Travis, Neela, Mikala and Nicol. Three sisters preceded him in death. Mr. Meyer was affiliated with the Presbyterian Church of Auburn. He was a member and past master of Jeptha Lodge No. 201, A.F. & A.M. and a past worthy matron of Brilliant Star chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, both at Auburn. He also, belonged to Copestone Chapter No. 78, Royal Arch Masons; Cryptic Council No. 38, Royal & Select Masters; and Azgad Commandery No. 63, Knights Templar, all at Carroll, and was a past officer in all three bodies. He was a member of Signet chapter No. 1. Order of the Eastern Star, also at Carroll. 2 Men Burned as Equipment Hits Gas Line INDEPENDENCE, Iowa (AP) — Two men were burned Thursday when they struck an underground natural gas line while laying tile on a farm near here. Neil Schmit, 29. Jesup. was listed in serious condition Thursday night at University Hospitals in Iowa City. Jirn Kruse. 21, Mclntire, was hospitalized here in fair to good condition. The two men were laying agricultural drain tile on the farm of Mrs. Harry Place three miles north of here when the equipment they were using struck a buried 12-inch natural gas line owned by Northern Natural Gas Co. of Omaha, Neb. -"The fire just rolled up in a big ball abput a 100 feet in the air," said firefighter Bill Ghere of Independence. "I've never seen anything like it." Ghere said the fire call was received at 3:14 p.m. and the fire was out shortly after 5 p.m. "All we could do was protect the buildings. The fire burned itself out." Dick Lynes, a spokesman for Northern Natural, said valves on either side of the break were turned off and service was not interrupted. BOYS STATER DEDHAM — John Pletchette, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Pletchette of Dedham, has been selected to attend Boys State this summer by DeWitt-Loustanau Post No. 20, American Legion, of Dedham. He is a junior at Kuemper High School. IN MEMORY OF Loyd M. Meyer Auburn — Age 74 Funeral Services 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Pretbyterian Church, Auburn. Officiating Rev. Henry Eggink Matonic Memorial Service | 8 p.m. Sunday at Dahn and Woodhouse Funeral Home, Carroll. Catket will be moved to the church at 8:30 a.m. Monday, Family Prayer Service 10:15 a.m. Monday at the church. DAHN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 .......... $4.40 Corn, No. 2 yellow ....... 2.45 Oats .................... 1-40 DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) Iowa - southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Friday 50,000; actual receipts Thursday 58,000; week ago 53.000; year ago 59,000. Butchers mostly 50-1.00 higher than midsession Thursday or 50-75 up from close; trading moderate; demand good; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs some to 240 Ibs at country points 47.25-47.50; plants 47.75-48.00; few in country 47.00; sows 25-50 higher, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 40.75-42.00, few 42.25. Daily Grain DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at the close of business Thursday. Prices compiled from country elevators by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Corn Soybeans 2.36-2.43 4.36-4.45 2.41-2.46 4.38-4.50 2.42-2.52 4.43-4.56 2.34-2.43 4.30-4.45 2.36-2.46 4.43-4.48 Daily Record Northwest N. Central Northeast Southwest S. Central Southeast 2.47-2.56 .4.51-4.61 Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) -Wheat prices gained a little on the Chicago Board of Trade today, but most other farm futures showed slighty declines. Wheat was as much as 2 cents a bushel higher in nervous trading with many traders awaiting the Department of Agriculture's five state report on winter wheat. The report will not be released until 3 p.m., EST. after the close of today's trading. Corn was marginally lower despite news that the export commitment rose for the week ending March 28. Oats also suffered minor losses. Soybeans fell as much as IV-i cents. Monthly Meeting for Pateo Club , Pateo Club,met in regular session Thursday evening, with 22 members and a guest. Mrs. Leo Schueller, attending the dinner meeting at Tony's Restaurant. Tables were decorated in the Easter motif under direction of Carol Ahmann and Mrs. Elmer Schroeder. The door prize was given to Mrs. Merle Stevens. Committee reports were heard during the business meeting. Mrs. Harold Frey received the score prize in court whist. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Hilbert Koenig and Mrs. Schueller. •Table hostesses for the May 13 meeting at Tony's will be Mrs. Richard Luchtel and Mrs. Mary Johannsen. • Politics (Continued From Page 1) cheers at the labor convention. He said his role in the primaries is to "lay out the line of attack." "I don't intend to let Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan set the dimensions of this campaign. I don't intend to let them turn back the social progress we fought for and won,"he said. In Washington, meanwhile, Harris, the former senator from Oklahoma, announced he is no longer campaigning. "I am still a candidate for president." he told a news conference. "But our national effort in the primaries ends. . . ." Harris has won only 13 of the 903 national convention delegates chosen to date. President Ford, in a interview with the Gannett Newspapers, assailed Carter for evading the issues. "He is just not specific enough, not definite enough for the public to know where he stands," Ford said. FAIR IN CONCERT Nathan Fair, junior saxophonist, will be among the students appearing at a free concert at 3 p.m. Sunday in McCray Auditorium at the Kansas State College of Pittsburg, Kan. Fair was one of the 4 winners of the Resident String Quartet Scholarship Contest at the university. The winners will appear with the quartet at the concert. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Fair, Carroll. COURT HOUSE License to Wed— Donald D. Meiners, 24, and Susan J. Beck, 22, both of Carroll. New Vehicles Registered— John G. or Margaret I. Meiners, Templeton, Chevrolet; Louise S. Willenborg, Coon Rapids, Dodge; Elaine J. Woodrich, Manning, Chevrolet; John G. Witnesses to Host Speakers Coon Rapids congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses and Jehovah's Witnesses in Carroll will host Mr. and Mrs. David Helstrom this week, according to Dean Kent, of Bayard, local presiding minister. Purpose of Helstrom's visit, Kent said, "is to spend most of the week in the public ministry with the Witness ministers in the local congregation. Despite the increases in crime, breakdown of morals, inflation and shortages of many things, the Witness message is one of •Good News'. Consequently, Mr. Helstrom .and his wife will be joining the local congregation in a concerted effort to encourage more home Bible study in this area, also." Helstrom will address the congregation on several occasions this week. On Saturday evening he will speak to. the congregation about some of the new points of understanding that current Bible research has brought out, as well as outlining the Witnesses Bible educational work that lies ahead. His principle address to the congregation will be on the subject "God Prospers the Subjects of His Kingdom." The public is invited to the talk at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, April 18. All meetings will be held at the Kingdom Hall, 621 North St., Coon Rapids, and will be free with no collections being taken. Helstrom will deliver the address "God Prospers the Subjects of His Kingdom" in Carroll at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 18. at the Iowa Public Service Building. 804 N. Main. • Elections (Continued From Page 1) that'the Senate Would accept without sending it to a conference committee, and yet we had the leadership voting for action that will surely send it to conference." A much perturbed Higgins said Tauke was "absolutely right. •'This i.s the most disgraceful display of lack of leadership- that I have ever seen." A shocked Speaker Dale Cochran tried to gavel Higgins out of order, and Majority Floor Leader Jerome Fitzgerald. D-Fort Dodge, quickly called the Democrats into caucus. Democratic members said afterward the caucus didn't really resolve anything. CONDITION SERIOUS Steve Windschitl, 17, of 204 Ridgewood Drive, Carroll, was still in serious condition Friday morning at Archbishop Bergan Mercy hospital in Omaha, Neb., a hospital spokesman said. Windschitl was badly injured when the bike he was riding collided with a tractor Tuesday afternoon. BOY SCOUT AWARDS The Boy Scouts of Troop 120 will receive fifty awards at the court of honor at 7 p.m. Sunday at the St. Paul Lutheran Church. Fifteen boys will receive advancements to high levels of scouting. Paul Crouse will present a film on scouting. Refreshments will be served by the troop. Donovan, Carroll, Mercury; Northern Propane Gas Co., Carroll, Chevrolet; Merle E. Riesberg, Carroll, Mercury; Dale A. Johnson, Glidden, Ford, and Ron V. or Elizabeth Juergens. .Carroll. Oldsmobile. Real Estate Transfers- Dale and Marilyn Snyder to Wall Lake Lumber Co., Lots 3 • and 4. Block 4, Breda. Breda to Wall Lake Lumber Co.. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Block 2, Parkview. Addition, Breda. Roger O'Tool to Delores O'Tool, Lot 9, Block 6, Applewood Knolls Addition, Carroll. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Car Accident- James D. McConnell, rural Coon Rapids, fell asleep while driving his car. went into a ditch on a gravel road and struck a creek bank early Friday morning about two miles west of Coon Rapids, Deputy Ferman Stout reported. McConnell was charged with failure to have control of his vehicle. CARROLL COUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Thursday— Jody Hupp taken from 623 W. 10th St. to St. Anthony Regional Hospital. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Births— Mr.- and Mrs. Greg Stoelk, Carroll, a son, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Forke, Carroll, twin boys, Thursday. Jaycee Slate for Officers is Announced Candidates for Carroll Jaycees officers have been chosen for the 1976-77 year. Running for offices are Rick Boes and Scott Heinrich, for president; Kirk Ferrell and Dick Leutzinger, for internal vice president; Dr. Tom Blankenbaker, for external vice president, and Terry Irlmeier, for secretary-treasurer. The Jaycees will have an awards banquet naming the new officers and honoring 10 outstanding community persons in different fields in May. The Jaycees plan to sponsor dunk tanks, a beer garden with blue grass music and a sing-a-long piano, a clown act and a float during the Early American Carroll County Fair on June 26, President Doyle Beeber said Friday morning. Mrs. Virgil (Mary) Baumhover, bicentennial committee chairwoman, spoke to the club Wednesday night on her bicentennial views, Beeber said. U.S. Fifth Congressional District Republican candidate, Kenneth Fulk, also spoke. Following Mrs. Baumhover's talk, the Jaycees decided not to sponsor a fireworks display for the bicentennial. The club had previously planned to have a fireworks display as the finale of the June 26 bicentennial celebration. • Fair (Continued From Page 1) lack of facilities for food and soft drink stands at the park, the county fair will be at the Little League area, she said. The committee urged organizations to acknowledge the letters it sentln March. "We would like to know where the organizations and clubs Card Club Entertained Mrs. A.R. Anneberg entertained EIGHT O'CLOCK Club Thursday evening at the Country Club. Winning bridge prizes at the last regular meeting of the season were Mrs. Earl Connors. Mrs. Karl Hoffman and Mrs. W.J. Schmich. On April 22, the club plans, to haye , a no-hostess party.: Woman, 82, Killed in Crash OTTUMWA. Iowa (AP) — Alma Black, 82. Ottumwa. died Thursday when the car in which she was riding collided with another on U.S. 63 about six miles north of here. Authorities said Mrs. Black was a passenger in a car driven by her husband. P. Earl Black. 82. He was hospitalized in. serious condition Thursday night. Three persons in the other car suffered minor injuries. U.P.W. Met In Manning Times Herald News Service MANNING — U.P.W. met on Friday, April 2 for a 9:30 brunch. Millicent Wiese gave a talk on "One Great Hour of Sharing." Peggy Wright presented the lesson entitled. "Women." The group voted to financially assist members going to the Purdue Conference. Lois Frahm announced that the sewing project for 1976 is completed. It was-announced that 35 pounds' of bandages were sent to Nepal. A committee from the bazaar proceeds reported that numerous equipment and appliances were purchased including two new 'refrigerators and a new vacuum. Lunch was served by Maureen Reid and Jean Pfoltner. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Becoming variably cloudy tonight and Saturday with a chance of thundershowers. Low tonight mid 40s to low 50s. High Saturday mid 60s to low 70s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Sunday through Tuesday: Mild Sunday, cooler Monday, chance of showers Tuesday. Highs 50s and 60s. lows 40s Sunday and Tuesday, 20s and 30s Monday. RAIN The Weather in Carroll (Dally Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 71 Yesterday's low 33 At 7 a.m. today 41 At 10 a.m. today 55 Weather A Year Ago— It was foggy in Carroll a year ago today and a total of .62 inch of rain fell in the 24 hours.preceding 7 a.m. High temperature was 41 and the low, 33 degrees. -Staff Photo- Rehearsing for musical ... Cord Elam (Bill Schreck), left eyes Aunt Eller (Jayne Staley) during a dress rehearsal performance of the Kuemper 1 High School musical production, "Oklahoma!" Looking on is Joe (Marty Tigges). The play will be presented Friday through Sunday at Kuemper Auditorium. The Friday performance tickets are all sold. Tickets for the Saturday and Sunday 8 p.m. and Sunday 2 p.m. performances may be obtained at the door. Pictured are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schreck, Dedham; Mr. and Mrs. John Staley, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tigges, all of Carroll. stand," Mrs. Kraus said. Any organization that has not been contacted should feel free to come forth with ideas it may^be having on booths or floats, she said. Several organizations have recently contacted the committee about booths and displays they will be sponsoring, she said. The Carroll Newcomers Club plans to sponsor a style show of authentic old clothes being modeled. Anyone owning clothes that are nearly 200 years old through the present and would like to have them modeled may contact the club. Mrs. Kraus said. Bother, clubs rece,ntly v deciding to have fair -booths are: —Carroll American legion Post No. 7. will have a novelty booth. — C,arroll County Republican Women, a bicentennial handiwork booth. . —Catholic Daughters of America of Templeton, tee shirt sales with buyer's choice of design. — Welcome Wagon of Carroll, hot dog and soft drink booth: —Carroll Parents Without Partners, fishing pond. —Prancing Pacers 4-H Club, pony rides. —St. Lawrence Parish Women's Guild, cake walk. —Knights of Columbus, bingo. The Presbyterian Men's Club will clean antiques at Swan Lake for the Carroll County Historical Society Museum. Farm Price Index Down 4% DES MOINES. Iowa (AP) — The March 15 index of prices received by Iowa farmers for all farm products was down 4 per cent from a month ago but up 7 per cent from a year ago. the Iowa Crop and Livestock Reporting Service said Thursday. The crop index was down 1 per cent from the Feb. 15 level and down 11 per cent from a year ago. Livestock was down , 5 per cent from the previous month but up 16 per cent from March 15.1975. McCOYACES Dr.. David McCoy recorded the first hole-in-one of the golf season at the Carroll Country Club Thursday. Dr. McCoy, playing with Steve Crane, aced the 140-yard, eighth hole. He used a nine iron. Dr. McCoy's round for nine holes was 36. SPECIAL RECOGNITION .... Susan M. Jones, Carroll, and Derek D. Rohde, Lake View, will be admitted to Iowa State University next fall with special recognition. They are among 450 high school seniors admitted with Recognition and Award for their superior scholarship. Each-student will receive a $100 scholarship and a certificate of recognition. Legal Notices NOTICE TO BIDDERS 1. Sealed bids will be received by the Auditor of Carroll County, at his office in Carroll, Iowa, until 2:30 o'clock P.M., on April 20, 1976, for the various Items of construction work listed below. 2. A Proposal Guarantee in an amount as set forth in the proposal form shall be filed with each proposal. The proposal guarantee shall be a Certified Check made payable to the Board of Supervisors, a Cashier's Check made payable to either the Board of Supervisors or to the Contractor, drawn upon a solvent bank, or a Bid Bond, properly completed on the Form No. 825, furnished by the Iowa State Highway commission. Cashier's checks made payable to the Contractor shall contain an unqualified endorsement to the Board of Supervisors signed by the Contractor or his authorized agent. 3. Plans, specifications and proposal forms for the work may be seen and may be secured at the office of the County Auditor, or County Engineer. , . 4. All proposals must be filed on ,,-the ^orms.'fu^njshed by .the Couh.ty, sealed and plainly 'marked. Unit bids must be typed or shown in ink and a total amount of the bid must be shown or the bid will be rejected. Proposals containing any reservations not provided for in the forms furnished, may be rejected, and the County Board reserves the right to waive technicalities and to reject any or all bids. 5. Attention of bidders is directed to the Special Provisions covering the qualifications of bidders and subletting or assigning of the contracts. 6. As a condition precedent to being furnished proposal forms, a prospective bidder must be on the current Iowa State Highway Commission list of qualified bidders; except that this requirement will not apply when bids are received solely for materials, supplies or equipment. 7. Standard Specifications of the Iowa-State Highway Commission, Series 1972, and current Supplemental Specifications, shall apply. 8. The proposed work consists of furnishing and delivering only, 208 lin. ft. of various size corrugated metal pipe and pipe arches. PROPOSAL GUARANTEE — $700.00. March 29, 1976, Board of Supervisors of Carroll County. By William C. Arts Jr. County Auditor April 9,16,1976 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Group II -$500 Group III -$800 Group IV-$1,600 Group V-$1,600 Group VI-$1,600 March 29, 1976, Board of Supervisors of Carroll County. By William C. Arts, Jr. County Auditor April 9, 16, 1976 NOTICE TO BIDDERS 1. Sealed bids will be received by the Auditor of Carroll County, at his office in Carroll, Iowa, until 1:30 o'clock, P.M., on April 20, 1976, for the various items of construction work listed below. • 2. A Proposal Guarantee in an amount as set forth in the proposal form shall be filed with each proposal. The proposal guarantee shall be a Certified Check made payable to the Board of Supervisors, a Cashier's Check made payable to either the Board of Supervisors or to the Contractor, drawn upon a solvent bank, or a Bid Bond, properly.com- pleted on the Form No. 825, furnished by the Iowa State Highway Commission. Cashier's checks made '••payable to the'Contractor shall contain an unqualified endorsement-to the Board of Supervisors signed by the Contractor or his authorized agent. 3. Plans, specifications and proposals forms for the work may be seen and may be secured at the office of the County Auditor, or County Engineer. 4. All proposals must be filed on the forms furnished by the County, sealed and plainly marked. Unit bids must be typed or shown in Ink and a total amount of the bid must, be shown or the bid will be rejected. Proposals containing any reservations not provided for in the forms furnished, may be rejected, and the County Board reserves the right to waive technicalities and to reject any or all bids. 5. Attention of bidders is directed to the Special Provisions covering the'-quallfications of bidders and subletting or assigning of the contracts. 6. As a condition precedent to being furnished proposal forms, a prospective bidder must be on the current Iowa State Highway Commission list of qualified bidders; except that this requirement will not apply when bids are received solely for materials, supplies or equipment. 7. Standard Specifications of the Iowa State Highway Commission, Series 1972, and current Supplemental Specifications, shall apply. 8. All projects are to be tied. , 9. The proposed work consists of 1. Sealed bids will be received by Type B, Class II Asphalt Concrete the Auditor of Carroll County, at his surfacing on various projects total- office in Carroll, Iowa, until 10:00 ling 7.421 miles o'clock, A.M., on April 20, 1976, for PROPOSAL GUARANTEE the various items of construction $10 000 work listed below. March 29, 1976, Board of Super- 2. A Proposal Guarantee in an visors of Carroll County amount as set forth in the proposal form shall be filed with each proposal. The proposal guarantee shall be a Certified Check made payable-to the Board of Supervisors, a Cashier's Check made payable to either the Board of Supervisors or to By William C. Arts, Jr. County Auditor April 9, 16,1976 Two the Contractor, drawn upon a solvent C..--..1 _.„» \S7' bank, or a Bid Bond, properly com- OlllOientS >V in pleted on the Form No. 825, fur- _ _ ,,„..,,,, nished by the Iowa State Highway TWO Carroll High School commission cashier's checks made senior business students were payable to the Contractor shall con- „_ ,., . . ., tain an unqualified endorsement to among the Winners at the the Board of Supervisors signed by seventh annual business agen?.° ntraclor " Ms authorized career workshop at the Des 3. Pians,*specifications and Mbines Area Community proposal forms for the work may be Pollpap Rnnnp nn Thnrcrtav seep and may be secured at the of- ^ olle e e - BOOne, on inursaay. fice of the county Auditor, or county Bev Nappe received the first E " gi ATpro P osa,s must be filed oh Place-award in advanced the forms furnished by the County Shorthand and a Special sealed h and plainly marked. Unit bids commendation for high .Ktif amoC of s « h he w b,'d n 'IsTbe accuracy. Linda Axtell placed , shown or »ne bid will be rejected, fourth in a'dvanced shorthand. Proposals containing any reser- Thp two winnprs WPFP nmnno vations not provided for in the forms IWO wlnners were among furnished, may be rejected, and the 242 Students from 17 high County Board reserves the right to schools entprprl in thp rnntpct waive technicalities and to reject 1™°° ,, " . "j 0 - 1 " , ^. P Sl ; any or aii bids. - Carroll High School finished overall. The business rovon cer the qualifications of bidder's and students are under the subletting or assigning of the con : direction of Phyllis Young. tracts.- • . - , ; - : 6. As a condition precedent to being, furnished proposal forms, a _^ __.. prospective bidder must be on the TO CONVENTION current Iowa State Highway Com- Foriv Tari-nll Pnnntv mission list of qualified bidders; ex- . , °" y ^arro.ll LOUHty cept that this requirement will not delegates Will attend the ?.?1^." .^PP^WutK^ district Democratic con- 7, standard specifications of the ve nt'°n Saturday in Creston. l£!E. S io» e H ' 9hway commission, Seven delegates from the district will be chosen to mllesof secondary roads. inn'/" pro)ects are Tv P e ' • ?0. Projeclsshall not be tied. PROPOSAL GUARANTEE- Group i- $800 In • , sites delegates for the national con- V f" Uon W '» >* Selected at the state convention, May 29 in DesMoines.
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