Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 28, 1970 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 28, 1970
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Community College Provides Courses for Specific Goals f By JACK MAYNE (Associated Press Writer) - PERNDALE, Wash. (AP) • A new two-year community college in Whatcom County has 'begun operations with no plans lor a consolidated campus or a set curriculum. -. Classrooms will be fented or borrowed as needed for 'classes suggested by anyone .with a logical proposal, says Dr. Sam Kelly, chairman of the trustees for Washington State Community College District 21. Kelly says the idea Is born >,ef financial reality and a de- M sir* to put the "community" back Into the "community college" title. " "Most community colleges make the mistake of accentuating the word 'college' instead of the word 'community'," says Kelly, a professor of education 'at Western Washington State College in Bellingham. , , He says the new district will arrange for classroom space in churches and schools which use their facilities only part of the time. He expects space to come from business and industry after ideas for classes have been suggested. Rent will be paid if necessary, although Kelly says he hopes costs will be kept to actual ex- •penses. :J ' No curriculum or list of courses will be available for Students who want a two-year college education either for transfer to another college or to get a job, Kelly says. The educator adds that most community colleges "aren't competent in occupational training and retraining and community service." Classes offered by District 21 will serve specific goals and not general academic ends. Per example, Kelly says the district's first class in a volunteer-taught course in ambulance driver training. He says the need in northwest Washington became apparent following a fatal accident last year when an ambulance by-passed one hospital for another farther away. Tuition costs will be kept low by doing without colege- owned buildings. Some courses will have tuition from $20 to $40, he says, while others will be free with tuition paid by federal, state •r private grants. Kelly expects industries in the area to request some courses and then to pay for all costs involved so students can attend free. "It's inevitable we will have to have some central administrative facility someday," Kelly says, adding that the district hopes to keep operating from its Ferndale store front office for some time. The district now employs a full time coordinator and a part- time secretary. It is operating on a $30,000 emergency grant from the State Community College Board, which Kelly says is sufficient until a new state budget is effective in mid-1971. Ace Club Meets to Make Nut Cups (Times Herald Newt Service) ARCADIA — Halloween nut cups were made by the Ace Olub at 'their monthly meeting held Thursday afternoon in tjje home of the president, Mrs. Clifford Bruggman. In charge were Mrs. Stanley Grundmeier, Mrs. William Jentzen and Mrs. Harold Koepke. The nut cups will be distributed to various nursing homes. Roll call "My Supersittion" was answered by 16 members. Evelyn Hoick won 'the game presented by Mrs. Art Branning. The birthday song was sung for Mrs. John Kroeger, Mrs. Walter Lussman and Mrs. Stanley Grundmeier. Dessert and Coffee were served. Mrs. Otto Grundmeier received the 'hostess gift. The Nov. 19 meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Truman Ewoldt. Members will bring gifts for Glenwood and will be making stuffed animal pillows for the 'hospital school. WILDLIFE VIEWED PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) — Em- ployes at the Pueblo Army Depot report that antelope, eagles, quail, coyotes, priarie dogs, pheasants and even New Mexico roadrurmers often are seen at the facility. Roger Haynes Ron Riee 3 Executives in Charge of Opening of New Spurgeon 9 s In charge of arrangements for the grand opening of the new Spurgeon store in Carroll are Roger Haynes, manager, Ron Rice and Robert Vance. Mr. Rice, superintendent of Spurgeon stores in Iowa and Minnesota, supervises the opening and remodeling of all stores in those areas. In preparation for the new store opening, Spurgeon's second in Carroll, Mr. Rice works with the store manager, assistant manager and sales staff. The first store was opened 21 years ago in October of 1949. With Spurgeon's for 43 years, Mr. Rice lives at Perry where he was a store manager for a 19 Play Red Cross Games at Plaza (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — Nineteen Plaza residents enjoyed Red Cross sponsored tlngo on Monday afternoon, Oc,. 19. Lillie Jochimsen was queen of bingo; Wulf Wanniger and John Aschinger tied for the title of King. Other winners were Harlot Stirn, Mary McComb, Fred Jensen and Burt Surridge; Hariot Stirn and Mr. Surridge had prizes for the most corners. Bonita Hagedorn served refreshments. Other workers were Edna Vollstedt, Regina Mohr, Minnie Jensen, Edna Peters, Mary Steen, Sally Heithoff, Elaine Strove and Felicia Campbell. Spurgeon's Employees Ready to Help You Delores Eason Nanei McCord Louis* Rung** Lola Schumacher Lois Rungee Marge Calvert Daisy Hyland Norma DilUhay Sharon Fisher Two Families Visit in Anthon Home (Times Herald New* Service) WESTSIDE — Sunday, Mr and Mrs. Earl Dixon and Mr and Mrs. Ervin Lenz visited Mr. and Mrs. William Heinse a Anthon. Mrs. Jon Muenchow of Ar cadia has just returned home from the Methodist Hospital in Omaiha wihere she had been a patient for over a week. Weekend guests of Mr. arc Mrs. Melvin Dixon and familj were their daughter, Janis, an her roommate Karen Johnson from Indiana. The girls are stu dents at Northwest Miasour State College at Maryville, Mo Congratulations to spurgeons The "New" SPURGEON'S STORE is An Asset to the Growing Carroll Community Walz Construction General Contractor P. 0. Box 14 Carroll, Iowa CONGRATULATIONS Spurgeons Beautiful Store ON YOUR We were proud to have the honor of recovering the floors in your new store. SCHROEDERS CARPET and DECORATING 611 N. Main Carroll number of years before being promoted to his present posi- ion. Mr. Vance, superintendent of Spurgeon stores in Illinois and Wisconsin, is assisting Mr. Rice n the preparation of the new arroll store and the all-new )eauty salon that is planned. Mr. Vance started with Spurgeon's in July, 1949. He served as store manager at Kewanee, Pittsfield and Rochelle, 111. He s experienced in all facets of store operation including some of the new endeavors of the S p u r g e o n's chain in shoes, men's wear and beauty salons. Homemakers' Club Has "Night Out" (Time* Htrtld N«wt S«rv!c«) MANNING — Members of the Homemakers' Club, with their husbands, enjoyed a "Night Out at Joe's Executive Club in Carroll on Tuesday evening, Oct. 6. Following a smorgasbord, the group played pinochle, with high to Mrs. Joe Muhlbauer and Leroy Albertson; low to Mrs. Clifford Tank and Harold Schmidt; high bid to Mrs. Bart Stribe and Bin Brus. Dessert and coffee were served alter the games. Couples attending the event were Leroy Albertsen, Bill Brus, Ronald Frabm, Larry Genzen, Virgil Genzen, Alvan Hansen, Don Hinners, Orville Hinze, Albert Klocke, Joe Muhlbauer, George Opperman, BiU Opperman, Dennis Ramsey, Harold Sdhroeder, Ed SibenaHer, Ear Tim* HenM, eerrelt, la. s? W*dn««day, Oct. 28, 1970 «* Stribe, Lowe! Stribe, Dean Stribe, Clifford Tank, Ed Venner, Raymond Vetter and Mrs. Leroy Hadbur. Nebraska Family Visits Lewis Home WESTSIDE - Mrs. Jack Wilson and family of Grand Island, Neb., visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis and family Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dferen- feld were Satudray dinner guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Midiael Plants at Fonda. In the afternoon, they all attended the wedding of Sue Forbes and Charles Blanker*- hagen at Sacred Heart Church in Pocahontas. Spending Dhe weekend at, the Clarence Dreesen home was Ridhlard Weaver of Boone. Congratulations spurqcons on your Fine New Store Painting and Vinyl Wall Covering by DICK HOFFMAN Carroll PAINTING Iowa FKOFTHELQQM UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED ATHLETIC SHIRTS Soft, springy, absorbtnt cotton knit. Cut for maximum comfort and smooth fit. Purt whit* finish that stays fresh-looking washing after washing. Sizes 34-54. Boys' sizes 2-16. M«n'« $ 3 for 1 69o«aoh WASH and WEAR SHORTS High-count Sanforized cotton broadcloth that needs no ironing. Full cut and panel seat mean comfortable fit. Reinforced at stress points. In all-over patterns, solid colors or white. Sizes 28-52, Boys' sizes 2-16. 3 for s iMBS r mm $1.09 each TEE SHIRTS Soft, cotton knit quarter-sleeve shirt. Looks equally well as an undershirt or sport shirt. Long tuck-in, won't ride up. Sizes S, M, L, XL Boys' sizes 2-16. "7£ *2" BOYS' 3 FOR 1.99 69$ each KNIT BRIEFS Rib knit cotton briefs that "give" with every movement for full-time comfort. Heat resistant live-elastic waist and leg bands. Sizes 28-44. Boys'sizes 2-16. NUn's 3 for >p§5 89eo«ch BOYS' 3 FOR 1,99 69$ each spurijtMMis

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