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Scene From 'Birdie' — -Staff Photo Kim's family in "Bye . Bye Birdie," a Kuemper High School musical, are shown rapidly changing their attitude about the insolent rock 'n roll star staying in their home as thev learn they will appear on television with him. From ieft. are Brian Houlihan, the son, Jeanne Harmon as Kim, Ann White, the mother, John Schreck, the father, and Nick Beiter, Conrad Birdie's manager. The play was presented Friday to a full house, and wil be repeated at 8 p.m. tonight. Linda Mooney is an April 20 Bride ARCADIA — Linda Mooney and John Zinn, both of Spencer, were wed at St. John's Church here at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 20, with the Rev. C. A. Ahmann performing the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Mooney of Arcadia, before an altar decorated with carnations and Date Set For Dinner At Halbur HALBUR — St. Augustine's Ladies Guild held a regular meeting here Wednesday evening. Mrs. Al Dentlinger, president, opened the session with prayer. Various chairmen gave their reports and Mrs. Frank Testroet reported the women's recent visit to St. Anthony Nursing Home to entertain the residents. The annual fall dinner was discussed and set for Sunday, Oct. 6. Members were reminded to continue saving newspapers for late-May pickup as a Guild fund-raising project. The Rev. Victor Kollasch spoke briefly. Lunch was served by St. Francis Cabrini Circle under co-chairmanship of Mrs. Don Hinners and Mrs. William Halbur. Mrs. Fred Dalhoff received the door prize. The rest of the evening was spent playing bingo. Position on DOT is Explained By C. W. Hutchins (SUte Representatives, 56th District) On Tuesday, the House passed the Department of Transportation (DOT) bill, S.F. 1141, which has already been passed by the Senate. The House amended the bill to legalize longer trucks and to provide for a separate division for railroads. The bill provides for a seven member state transportation commission to govern DOT. The existing Highway Commission, Aeronautics Commission and Reciprocity Board are abolished and placed in the DOT, along with certain divisions of the Commerce Commission and the Department of Public Safety. Within the DOT there are to be four major devisions of highways, public transportation, railroads and regulation and safety. The bill takes effect on July 1,1974, but the old departments are not abolished untilJuly 1,1975. The railroad division, which was added by the House would be required to deal with right-of-way abandonment, assist with track maintenance, enforce track safety standards and provide alternate transportation modes to communities facing a loss of rail service. The provision allowing an increase in the legal length of double-bottom twin trailer mums in her chosen colors, green and white. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zinn of Spencer. Honor attendants were Sheryl Wernimont and Bob Zinn. Bridesmaids and groomsmen were Donna Halbur, Marilyn Mooney. Bill Zinn and Dwight Kohlhaas. Michael Haye and Eugene Dorr ushered. Vocalists were nuns from St. Mary's Convent inDubuque. The bride's gown of delustered white satin had a modified scoop neckline and bishop sleeves. A triple row of Cluny lace trimmed the hem of the A-line skirt and chapel train that fell from the empire waistline. She wore a satin tiara adorned with daisy lace and pearls to hold her shoulder-length veil that featured matching lace appliques. Miss Wernimont and the bridesmaids were attired in lined frocks of lime green chiffon, fashioned with shirred skirts and detailed at the empire waistlines and sleeve cuffs with olive satin ribbon strung through white Venice lace. The wedding reception was held at the Arcadia Legion hall. Before her marriage Mrs. Zinn was employed at Marvin Burk Studio, Spencer. .She received her education at Spencer School of Business. Her husband, educated at Spencer High School, is with H & N Chevrolet in Spencer, where the couple will reside. Live in Denison . .. Lucille Vetter. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Vetter of Westside, and David McCollough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McCollough of Vail, were united in marriage March 23 at Zion Lutheran Church in •Arcadia. They are now at home in Denison. Anniversary Is Observed Mr. and Mrs. Howard Long were honored at a 20th anniversary party at their home Friday night. Pa r ticipat ing in the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Anton Broich, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Broich and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broich, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Riesenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fischer. Mr. and Mrs. Al Lehrter and Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Kennebeck, and the Longs' two children, Patty and Deb, The group brought lunch and presented Mr. and Mrs. Long with a purse. trucks from 60 to 65 feet was added on a 52 to 46 vote. This amendment provides that 65 foot trucks will be allowed on four-lane highways and within five miles of four-lane highways and on 22 foot wide two-lane highways designated by the Highway Commission. The legal length of semi-trailer trucks carrying livestock was increased from 55 feet to 60 feet, and are allowed on any road. Governor Ray has previously vetoed a bill legalizing 65 foot double-bottom trucks and has suggested that he may veto a DOT bill with 65 foot double-bottom legalizing provisions in it. Other House amendments provide that each of the six congressional districts would have at least one member on the transportation commission, and that the Chairman of the new commission would be elected by the commission members rather than appointed by the Governor. The bill now returns to the Senate for approval of House amendments. I did support the longer truck amendment, and the addition of the railroad division which the House added to tlis bill, in that I feel that if a DOT bill is going to Speak to the immediate transportation problems, allowing 'onger trucks is the only way we can help this situation. The problem as it exists today is that movement of livestock into this state is done illegally presently, since practically all states around 'us allow longer trucks. I did vote against the total bill on final passage in that I believe that before we have wholesale reorganization in the transportation area, we should first determine the direction in which we wish to go- There were two versions of a DOT bill that addressed themselves to this line of thought, and 1 did vote in favor of each of these proposals. However, they lost by a close vote. The House did pass a bill last year which set up a transportation commission to study the over-all needs of transportation in the state, and this commission was instructed to report back to the Governor and the General Assembly This bill, however, did not meet the Governor's approval and therefore was not debated in the Senate. Had the General Assembly adopted this bill last year, we would have had a year of planning behind us, and would have been prepared to address ourselves to the specific problems that would have been pointed out by this planning commission. The question now is, will the Senate adopt the House- version of the bill, and if they do, will the Governor veto it? Now that the collective bargaining bill, S.F. 531, is on its way to the Governor, I feel that an explanation is in order concerning the main changes that were made in the bill as a result of debate in the House. 1. The no-strike clause was strengthened considerably, with much higher penalties for violation. 2. A fcict finiding panel Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 All copy for classified ads and classified display ads must be in the Times YHerald by 9 a.m. day of publication Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. on Saturday to insure publication. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column incn Additional insertions Mine It With A Classified! $;.?'• SI 50 CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day. per word 12c Three days, per word 26c Six days, per word 38c CARD OF THANKS 20 words or less $2.50 Over 20 words lOc per word Capacity Crowd at 'Birdie' Kuemper High School's first production of "Bye, Bye Birdie," Friday night was attended by a capacity crowd. The muscial comedy, a satire on a rock 'n roll star in the 1950's and the effects of his singing upon teenagers, has more than 60 cast members. The high school's orchestra provides accompaniment for the 18 songs throughout the performance. Three actors gave outstanding performances — Nic Beiter as Albert Peterson, the rock star's fumbling manager: Linda Lyons as Rose Alvarez, the manager's secretary and girl friend: and Bonnie Broich as Mae Peterson, Albert's clinging mother. Most of the cast members were required to sing and dance, as well as act. Conrad Birdie, the singer who disrupted the life of a small Ohio town with a publicity stunt, had few lines in the play, but his actions and singing was .all that was needed, to set the other characters into action. Tim Gleason played the role aptly. Jean Harmon as Kim, the girl chosen to receive Conrad's "One Last Kiss" before he entered the Army was meticulous in the many moods she had to portray throughout the play. Of Kim's family, John Schreck as her father provided the most amusement with his protests about the rock star staying in his home. Other members of the family were Ann White as the mother and Bryan Houlihan as the younger brother. Kim's awkward boyfriend was. as required, haltingly portrayed by Scott Thein. Despite a couple of unexpected problems with the props, which added to the comedy, the show progressed smoothly: Parts of a few songs could not be heard easily. Costumes, N props and backgrounds aided the actors in capturing the nostalgic era of the Fifties. "Bye, Bye Birdie" will be shown again tonight at 8 p.m. at the high school. — Sharon Clark. Bridge Club Entertained Mrs. G. W. Harnack entertained the E.S.P. Club at her home Friday. Her co-hostess for the evening was Mrs. Merlin Hugeback, at whose home the club will meet next on May 28. Mrs. Ronald Macke and Mrs. Larry Long were guests other than members. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. John Boes, high; Mrs. .Long, second; and Mrs. Robert Schroer, low. Card Group Has Potluck The Friday afternoon pinochle group of Golden Circle Club had a no-hostess potluck dinner at 12:30 at the clubrooms preceding the card games. Winning prizes were Mrs. Louise Fasbender, high; Mrs. Victor Wernimont, second; Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen, traveling; and Mrs. Ann Hagedorn, tally. would be established to study and make public, findings that they felt were unreasonable. 3. The scope of negotiations was narrowed. However, the final offer binding arbitration portion of the bill was left intact, and was my main reason for voting "No" on final passage of the bill. If you have questions or opinions on legislative matters, please feel free to contact me at any time. CARD OK THANKS I wish to thank my relatives and friends for their visits, flowers, gifts and cards during my stay at Iowa Methodist Hospital. All was greatly appreciated. Thanks again. Jack Grimsman 3-94-ltp Announcements 6 C O MK IN & S K E ! New tablecloths and placemats — ruffled edges — interesting color combinations. CLKMEN- TINK'S. 6-93-tfc FIFTH ANNUAL SIDEWALK ART FAIR Saturday, April 27 10a.m. to 5 p.m. DOWNTOWN CARROLL Exhibitors will show acrylics, oils, prints, sketches, water colors and 3-dimension (sculpture, pottery, ceramics, etc.) CARROLL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 6-91-Uc Toni's Used Furniture & Antiques 307 West 3rd St. SPRING CLEANING? Your trash may be somebody's treasure! Tall 792-1045 6-92-3tc Lost 7 LOST: LADY'S wrist watch — Longines — pink gold. Lillian Markley. Glidden. 7-94-ltp Business Services 14 FREE STORAGE of winter garments. Pick up and delivery. Cleaning, pressing and alterations. Phone 792-4333. HR Cleaners. 14-89-tfc CARPETS CLEANED in your home or place of business by Von Schrader — dry foam method Call today for free estimate. Nu-WAY CARPET CLEANING 792-3898. 14-61-tfc If your auto insurance premium hasn't dropped at least 20"^ this year, before you renew Call BillComito Pringle Tax & Insurance 792-3805 SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY is one of our better salesmen. Houlihan Motor Service Center. Hwy. 71-S. Carroll. Phone 792-4787. 75-43-tfc TELEVISION SERVICE — Prompt attention. Fair prices. Qualified technicians. VVAT- TERS' Appliance Center Central Service. 792-2696. 14-48-tfc WANTED: GARDEN roto-tilling. 792-1157 before 9 A.M. or after 4:30P.M. 14-91-6tc Srri'ict \nxrf » From a Household Spot to a Spotless House Your CARPETS cleaned and maintained by the world's leading professional cleaning systems — carpets, furniture. floors, walls and complete House-Wide Cleaning. Isn't this the day to call 792-2155 for a free estimate. 14-66-tfc STARTER. GENERATOR magneto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service. 7th & Hwy. 30. Phone 792-2126. 14-tc INSULATION Call for free estimate. INSULATION IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS D&M Insulation Co. Box 156 Phone 792-3707 Carroll, Iowa M-W-HC Where To Go 17 FRI. and SAT. ENTERTAINMENT "COBBLERS WOOD" FOR KINK FOOD - DRINKS - KNTKRTAINMKNT RESTAURANT and LOUNGE 17 93-21 c Read The Want Ads NEED A change? Try a Hoagie Sandwich — Ham. salami, lettuce and cheese, all on a long bun — Pizza Hut. 17-266-ltc Saturday Night K.C. HALL 9:00p.m. -Upstairs 20 GAMES OF FUN & PRIZES Fun for young and old alike. Seating for over 200 people. Bar refreshments available. 17-15-21C Good Things To Eat 18 THOSE THAT TRIED IT LOVED IT — WHY DON'T YOU TRY IT THIS SUNDAY SMORGASBORD BAR-B-Q RIBS FRIED CHICKEN SWISS STEAK BAKED IOWA PREMIUM HAM FULL SALAD BAR DESSERT Serving from 11 A.M. MAC'S CASINO Hwy. 30 West - Carroll 1M2-3tt Down in the Mouth After paying Income /Taxes? This mouth watering Special will soothe your pocketbook and your tastebuds. Hamburger, Shake or Malt and French Fries. Onl\ ,79* Special good thru April 28, 1974 DAIRY SWEET Hi-Way 71 South Phone 792-2111 18-94-ltp Sales Help Help Wanteu WILL DO laundry. 792-1432. 24-94-3tc 21 Help Wanted 23 AVON Wants students over 18 who want to earn money in their spare time. Sell Avon products this spring. No experience necessary. Call 297-7310 Collect after 6 P.M. 23-87-21C Situation Wanted 24 LAWN MOWING jobs. Jim Tooley. Phone 792-2715 after 5:30 P.M. 24-91-tfp WANTED - BABYSITTING in my home. 792-2409. 24-93-2tc 15 YR. old boy wants lawn mowing & odd jobs. John Wright. 792-2589. 24-93-2tp Positions Available 26 SALESLADY —for housewares dept. Paid vacations, holidays and partially paid insurance available, 38 hr. week. Apply in person. SERNETT FAMILY CENTER Carroll, Iowa 2i-92-3tc 23 GOOD WORKERS needed at once to learn a skilled profession. Good wages, overtime, good opportunity for advancement. Apply in person. World Wide Meats, Denison. 23-84-tfc BILL COMITO REALTY 792-3805 North side 3 bedroom older home with garage. Gas furnace & hot water heat. This home recently painted and has a new roof. A real buy at $21,950.00 Call: Harvey Fleshner 792-1513 or Pat Beck 792-1134 63-91-Uc WANTED: EXPERIENCED beautician. Write Box C-3, c .i Daily Times Herald. 26-93-31C WANTED: FULL time bookkeeper. Herman Ford-Mercury Inc. Apply to Phyllis Schrad. 26-93-2tc Auctions 40 DUNLAP LIVESTOCK AUCTION Dunlap, Iowa Tues., April 23 Starting at 12:00 p.m. Estimating: 900 to 1000 Hogs 1000 to 1200 Cattle HOGS: 50 Fancy crossbred pigs — 40 to 50 Ibs Calvin Collins. 65 White cross pigs — 30 to 40 Ibs Denison 26 Crossbred sows to farrow in week Wilbur Harm. STOCK COWS & DAIRY CATTLE 15 Holstein heifers — 800 Ibs — have been running with Angus bull for 60 days 53 Angus cows — 3 lo 8 yrs. old with 375 Ib fall calves at side, mated back to Beel Master Bulls Tabor 39 Good age Angus cows with 25 calves at side — balance heavy springers from same above farm CALVES: 45 Black & Hereford lighl weight steers i heifers —300 lo 400 Ibs. Council Bluffs 25 Choice Black & Black Whiteface steers & heifers — 450 to 500 Ibs — 5 way vacc sprayed Earling. 201 Choice Hereford calves consisting of 106 steers i 95 heifers. These were loadec direct from Idaho ranch to our auction 70^7 Polled Hereford, balance Horned Hereford. If you need choice strict!) green grass calves weighing 400 to 475 Ibs these will suit most any buyer — sor ted for size. 35 Black & Hereford steers 4 heifers — 500 to 550 Ibs. Dunlap 18 Hereford & Black heifers — 550 Ibs 25 Black & Hereford heifers — 550 to 600 Ibs YEARLINGS: 50 Top grade Holstein steers — stricth green — 700 Ibs 7 way vacc . wormed dehorned, have been running in stalk fields all winter Moorhead 20 Hereford & Black steers — 700 Ibs — way vacc From same Moorhead farm 30 Choice Black i- Black Whiteface steers — strictly green — 600 to 700 Ibs Dunlap 25 Holstein steers — medium for flesh — 800 Ibs. 35 Angus & Black Whiteface steers & heifers — medium for flesh — 600 to 900 Ibs Wil lis Nelson SPECIAL NATIVE GRASS CATTLE SALE Friday night — May 7:30 Let us know of your consignments for adver Using next week. DUNLAP LIVESTOCK AUCTION For more information call 643-5761 BOB PRYER. WOODBINE LAWRENCE MAJOR. DUNLAP 40-94-lt Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, April 20, 1974 'arm Equipment 28 SIOUX STORAGE and Dri-All^ bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co., Halbur, Iowa. livestock For Sale 41 PUREBRED S.P.F. Hampshire fall boars. Serviceable age & choice quality. Roy A. Struve, Manning. 653-5222. FOR SALE: 9 ewes & 14 lambs. Ph. 689-2431. 41-94-3tp Wanted To Buy 53 WANTED USED swing set. Used .Picnic table. 792-1172 after 4 P.M. 53-94-3tc For Sale 55 MOTHER'S DAY and Graduation Cards — 1 rack, 15 « a card. CLEMENTINE'S. 55-90-tfc LAWN MOWER tune-up and repair. Have your mower ready for Spring. Bob's Sport Center. 618 W. 8th St., next to Farm Bureau Bldg. 55-62-tfc 10,000 BTU General Electric air conditioner, 110 volt. $60. Walnut buffet. $10. 792-1615 or 792-4780. 55-91-tfp CHANNEL CATFISH — ALIVE OR DRESSED. Farm pond stocking. Evenings. Addison Fish Market. Lanesboro. 55-93-6tp THREE-WHEEL bicycle. Art Diers. Arcadia. 55-93-2tp USED RIDING lawn mower. $75.00(712)667-3383. 55-93-3tc FOR SALE 2 Combination screen doors 32x80 1 Com .ination screen door 32x90 5 Large fuse boxes 2 Good 5 ft. tubs 1 Old tub on legs 2 Good stools 1 Shower stall 1 CAT Antenna 3 Round flourescent.ceiling lights FREE Drop siding — Storm windows. Plaster lathes — Some flooring boards. See at old Loft site. (north of The Villa) afternoons only. S5-M-3tc FOR SALE — Sod. delivered and laid. Free estimates. 792-9640 after 5 p.m. 55-93-6tc WINDBREAK TREES — Scotch pine, spruce, fir. honeysuckle, hackberry. green ash. Jim Strautman. 792-4233 after 5 P.M. 55-93-2tc USED APARTMENT size gas range. Excellent working con- tition. 792-3236. 55-94-3tc CLEAN RUGS, like new. so easy to do with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast Store. 55-94-He BILL COMITO REALTY 792-3805 One of Carroll's finest. Two story, 4 bedroom lovely older home with double garage and full basement. Near Public high school, large spacious L.R., fam. room, formal din. room, kitchen & utility room all carpeted. 3 Fireplaces, patio, walk-in closets, 3 bath rooms. You must see it. Call: Harvey Fleshner 792-1513 or Pat Beck 792-1134 EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESSES to tailor drapes. 7924168. 23-91-6tc PARTTIME WAITRESS and bartender, will train, top wages. A pply at Red Carpet Lounge. 23-90-5tc STOP and SHOP AIR-WAY of WESTERN IOWA RUTTEN'S VAC SHOP On the corner of Main & Hiway 30 CARROLL, IOWA We sell all makes of vacuum cleaners Air-Way, Saniway, Kirby, Hoover, Eureka Repair and service on all makes. Bags, cords, hoses, switches, etc. A TRUE SPECIALTY STORE FOR VACUUM CLEANER NEEDS. 20 Years in Business Phone 792-3247 55-93-51C

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