Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 22, 1976 · Page 7
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Sew Costumes — Students at Carroll Community High School sew'on the costumes for the "Tiger Tales 76" Swing Show. Seated are Janel Sporleder, left, and Holly Evans. Standing are Rosalind Fair, left, and Michele White. The show, under the direction of vocal music teacher Roger Hansen, will be -Slalf Photo presented at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Carroll Community High School auditorium. Pictured are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Sporleder, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Evans, Mr. and Mrs. George Fair, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul White. Astrology Friday April 23,1976 Bernice Bede OSD ARIES (March 21-April 19) Conditions having an effect upon your well-being are both promising and unusual today. Others may do more for you than you'll do for yourself. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) There may be a sudden change in your social plans today, but it shouldn't upset you. You'll enjoy yourself in any event. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You're at your best today when challenged. You may even surprise yourself with the ingenious methods you'll use to overcome problems. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Something you're hoping for may be closer than you think. Keep moving forward. Don't lose sight of;your, target.; .: LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Be alert for career and business opportunities today. They may come unexpectedly. You'll have to think and act quickly./ VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You'll be lucky in dealings with associates or partners today if you think in terms of "we." Teamwork yields big rewards. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Be industrious today. Direct your energies toward areas offering material returns. Your chances for accumulation are good. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) The impression you'll make today will be an extremely favorable one, especially with those you'll meet for the first time. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Be optimistic regarding the outcome of events today. You have something extra going for you that you may not even be aware of. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) You may be more restless than usual today. You'll want to be where the action is. Find some friends who, feel-the same,, and have a bahV AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Your financial prospects look rather strong today. Gains are likely careerwis'e, as well as through family ventures. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) All you'll have to do to get full support for your plans today is to show a little initiative. Lead on. YOUR BIRTHDAY April 23,1976 Involve yourself with organizations this year where you can meet new people. Extremely valuable, contacts can be made who'll prove very helpful in other areas of your life. ELECTED TO SOCIETY Marilyn Steffes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roman Steffes of Carroll, has been elected to Sigma Phi Sigma, national Mercy Honor Society that honors students of colleges conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. Her selection was on the basis of scholarship, fidelity and service to the College of St. Mary in Omaha, where she is a junior majoring in ,elementary ed,ucatip,n, : There will be a pledge, program and dinner for hew nominees April 24 in Omaha. Iowa Chop Promoted by the IDC ByPaulHolley (Iowa Daily Press Association) DES MOINES - The Iowa development commission is hoping to make a pork cut — dubbed the Iowa Chop — as well known as its beef counterpart, the New York Strip. Uoug Snyder, deputy director of the Iowa development commission's agriculture division, described the Iowa Chop as a fresh one-inch to one-and-a-half-inch center cut pork loin. Snyder said the title originated with the Iowa Pork Producers' association three years ago. The development commission is helping the pork producers promote the cut by registering the name with the Iowa secretary of state. Registration of the cut will give the commission control of the Iowa Chop name. "The name may be used by any retailer or restaurateur who wants to promote the cut; we PRICES GOOD THRU MAY 4,1976. Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, April 22, 1976 It's the Great House Paint featuring two top SPRED® performers! Cuts painting time while it adds color! 9 I SO GAL. Reg. $11.99 Gal. • Flows on so easily, you'll feel like a pro • Durable, flat finish fights cracking, peeling • Hundreds of exterior colors to choose from • Dries fast; lets you • clean up in soapy water The house paint that does what it says! • Gelled extra-THICK for smooth "no-fuss" application :• Follow simple directions for one-coat coverage • Hard, glossy sheen resists rough weather • Covers hairline cracks for an $13.99 Gal. "ultra-smooth" look SCHROEDER'S CARPET and DECORATING Across From Safeway 792-9449 Downtown Carroll will only use co.ntrol if someone tries to mislabel the chop," said Snyder. The development commission plans to rely on word-of-mouth use of the name, Snyder said, because regional names cannot be registered in wholesale meat suppliers' order books. The development commission will put together an Iowa Chop display for exhibit at the National Hotel, Motel and Restaurant Association convention in 'Chicago, May 22-26. Plans are also under way for the development commission to prepare cooking suggestions and recipes featuring the Iowa Chop for distribution to consumers and restaurateurs. "The name Iowa Chop is a good one," said Snyder. "We should be recognising the fact that Iowa is a leader in pork production. The name should lend a uniqueness to the pork cut." Snyder hopes the development commission's long range campaign Results in nationwide acceptance for the Iowa Chop. 7 Business is Hot for Firecracker Lighters BROOKFIELD, Conn. iAP) — Business is booming for. firecracker-lighters who will set off displays marking the nation's 200th Fourth of July. But for this Fairfield County community and other towns throughout the country, it could mean a quiet bicentennial Fourth of July. The Brookfield Bicentennial Committee has found that local officials with forethought booked fireworks displays and operators as early as last July. "I would say probably all available shooters are already taken for July Fourth," said Roy Trout, president of the American Pyrotechnics Association in Texas. He said PLASTIC FURNITURE NEW YORK (AP) — A comeback is being staged by plastic furniture, according to Modern Plastics. The magazine says softwood price increases, a decline in demand for Mediterranean- style f.urniture, and new technology which lets plastics simulate such materials as wicker and bamboo are contributing factors. most firework companies were booked up by last August or September. In New town, another Fairfield County town, the chairman of the fireworks committee spent four hours on the telephone recently before he could get an order filled. "I had to call all over the country. I finally located a firm in Ohio who said they would confirm our order. I don't care how much they cost. I'll pay for them myself if I have to. but I've got 'em," said Dr. Harvey Wachsman, chairman. But in Saybrook. N.H., a spokesman for Rockingham Fireworks, one of about six distributors in New England, said: "For the Fourth of July, forget it. We have had to turn down 50 requests this week.'' The 138 fireworks shooters who are licensed by Connecticut are booked up for July 3, 4 and 5. The Brookfield Bicentennial Committee has even asked its state representatives if the state legislature can ease licensing requirements for just one week. Brookfield has found a company that will supply fireworks but it's still in the dark about where to find a "shooter." Some fireworks companies are taking advantage of the law of supply and demand and are setting a $3,000 minimum on all contracts. "Of course you could get them for $1,500 if you wanted a display for any other weekend but the Fourth," one supplier said. And that is exactly how the town of New Fairfield got around the problem. They've scheduled the Fourth of July fireworks for July 14 or 15 to coincide with the arrival of the Armed Forces Bicentennial Caravan in town. STORAGE! STORAGE! Storage space available for Household Goods, Snowmobiles and any misc. merchandise. Phone 792-4295 COMES AGENCY After 5 792 1679 or 792 3347 3 WAYS TO CHARGE! 402 E. SIXTH ST. CARROLL ONE OF AMERICA'S MOST UNUSUAL SERVICE STATIONS All items may not be available at all stationstores. Offer limited to quantities of stock available. CENTURY" REEL Spin-cast reel with right or left hand retrieve, seleclo-dial drag and dual anti-reverse. Holiday NORTHMAN III REEL Spin-cast reel has star drag and a permanent anti-reverse/ MITCHELL "300 SPINNING REEL 88 Reel comes with two spools of different line capacities. Has eight gears for smoother operation & drag with teflon.' 16 25 HP SPORTSTER High-torque, 2-cylinder engine Quick-rise magneto igoilion | Automatic temperature control Shock mounted propeller REGISTER TO WIN! EVIHRUDE DIVISION OF OUTBOARD MARINE CORP. OUTBOARD MOTOR 3 PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY! Register at any Holiday Statlonstore Irom April 22 thru May 15, 1976. Drawing will be held May 26, 1976. Winners need not be present and will be notified by mall. No purchase Is necessary, but you must be 18 years or older to register. No substitution of prizes. Holiday employees and their families are not eligible. RD PRIZE $555 VALUE lEVinRUDIE IE 9.9 HP SPORTWIN High torque, 2-cylinder engine Now long told away steering handle Programmed tilt and shallow water drive Thermostat controlled cooling 6 HP FISHERMAN • Full-lorward-neutral-reverse gearshift • Thermostat cooling • Full vibraton isolation • Roto-Matic twist-grip throttle • Sealed power hood Holiday TELESCOPIC FISHING RODS Five-section rods in green or blue. Your choice of 6Vi-ft. spin-cast rod or 7-ft. spinning rod. REG. 17.88 REG. 6.99 4 99 EACH Holfday SPIN-CASTING ROD 4'/2-toot fiberglass rod has cork handle and screw-type reel lock. Strong, yet flexible rod is the perfect choice for beginners. 99 REG.1.99 Holtia MONOFILAMENT FISHING LINE Available In B, 10, 12 & 15-lb. test. W-LB. SPOOL

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