Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 15, 1974 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 15, 1974
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Grinnell Grad Preaches and Practices Nutrition NEW YORK - (NEA) It's awfully difficult for a woman who enjoys eating, who grew up with German cooking and who works for a food company to keep trim and generally follow a diet low in cholesterol. Somehow Dorothy Rathmann manages it. Dr. Rathmann also travels a lot in her job as director of nutrition for CPC International, Inc. (Best Foods). When on the road, she admits she has to fight diet-destroying urges. She must politely find a way of sampling the special dishes of those who want to entertain her in their homes or introduce her to the "best restaurant in town." Bank, Bierl Lead After Second Week Commercial Savings Bank and Bierl Parkway Furniture are division leaders after the Obviously. Dr. Rathmann knows the secret of juggling all these high-caloric problems. She's trim, pink-cheeked with a lovely complexion and puts in yeoman hours. A graduate of Grinnell College in Iowa with a Ph. D. in biochemistry from the University of Rochester. Dr. Rathhiann feels that fate had a hand in bringing her to her current fascinating job. She was a bench chemist at Mellon Institute working, of all things, on corn coloring for animal feed. While there she was asked to do a history of corn products. This led to a permanent job with the company then known as Corn Products. She has since been an active force in nutritional research, food planning and food additives for the company and, through her committee work, nationally. Because of her many years in the nutritional field, Dr. Rathmann is often bemused and. at times, discouraged, when she gets playbacks of the myths about food so many people buy as truths. For at least 20 years she has been active in trying to get the word across to school children about what foods do for you. Yet. many young people still take off on a vegetarian bent with exaggerated ideas about the values of foods. There are those opposed to anything that has been processed. Many Times Herald, Carroll, la. « Wednesday, May 15, 1974 5 beginning vegetarians study and discover they need protein daily, she adds, but some on extreme vegetarian or cult diets discover too late the damage done to them physically. For example, some believe rice is a perfect food. Therefore, those who follow a strict rice diet believe they don't need to eat other foods. Rice, Dr. Rathmann says, is a very fine food source but everyone needs protein, vitamins and minerals from fruits and vegetables. Many dieters believe that bread is merely a harmful carbohydrate (it provides FUNNY BUSINESS second week of play in the Men's Golf Supper League at the Carroll Country Club. Bierl defeated Budweiser 8-2 and Commercial Savings downed Community Jewelry 9-1 in Tuesday night's play. DeccratingBwk Let your imagination scar Come let us help you with decorating tips and advice in paint and wall covering. JOE'S PAINT CENTER West of Court House — Carroll Other team results were Sharp Funeral Home blanking Greteman's Store 10-0. Carroll County State Bank shutting out Standard Oil 10-0, Woodmen Accident & Life defeating the Jolly Boys 9-1, Goodyear downing Heires Electric 8-2. the Checkers beating the Schlitzers 6-4. the Carroll Rendering Works Skinners topping Farner Bocken 6-4. and John Whaley Chevrolet. Inc. and the Rover Boys playing to a 5-5 tie. Frank Liewer of Commercial Savings shot a 38 for low scratch honors and his net 32 was low in handicap play. The Bierl Furniture team of Harold Bierl. Randy Bierl. Kevin Bierl and Al Snyder shot a 144 for low team net. The standings: AMERICAN DIVISION Bierl 14 Checkers 12 Farner-Bocken 11 Woodmen 11 Skinners 10 Whaley Chevrolet 7 Standard Oil 6 Heires Electric 4 Greteman's Store 2 NATIONAL DIVISION Commercial Savings 17 Goodyear 14 Sharp Funeral 14 Rover Boys 13 Carroll County Bank 13 Schlitzers 12 Jolly Boys 9 Budweiser 6 Community Jewelry 5 HARKIN COFFEE Tom Harkin, Democratic candidate for fifth district congressman, was honored at a coffee in Carroll on Friday. Mrs. Robert S. Bruner hosted the coffee at her home. i HEAR, mev PMD HIM A FORTUNE TO S16W! more protein than most people realize and everyone needs carbohydrates in a healthful diet) and that potatoes are not good for you at all (potatoes are a well-balanced source of nutrients — it's the butter and sour cream that can add calories). Dr. Rathmann also was involved in early studies of the effect of diet on diseases that affect the heart. "The interpretations of studies in 1956-57 were loaded with 'maybes.' Most doctors then did not see anything in the diet area that would probably cut down on the growing incidence of heart disease. "Now we can see how doctors can help by providing Rodeo at Cherokee 2 Auburn Clubs Meet for Cards AUBURN — Mrs. Ann Schulte was hostess to members of the G. N. Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Pinochle was played at three tables with Mrs. Herbert Garnatz and Mrs. Ed Reiman and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kelly receiving prizes. Mrs. Emil Fetsch will be the next hostess. Mrs. Christena Hunziker in company with Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Nieland of Breda were Mother's Day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erben Hunziker and Gary at Ames. Mrs Harold Gorman was hostess to members of the M.N.O. Club at her home Friday evening. Court whist was played at two tables. Mrs. Max Petzenhauser and Kathy Gorman were additional guests. Mrs. Carl Bruns and Mrs. Edwin Ellerbrock received prizes. Carroll Wholesale Market . _ _ . Hwy. 71 North The Store That Sets The Low rood Prices Every Day! Prices Good thru rues., May 21 People from 50 towns shop at Carroll Wholesale Market They like the savings. Free Coffee while you shop or compare prices. Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. - Saturday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Kraft B-B-Q Sauce IB-OZ. Instant Nestea 3-oz. Tom Scott Mixed Nuts is-oz. Blue Bonnet Stick Oleo Lb. m m* ± 45* Bo Peep m ^\f Amonia 32-oz. I V Birds Eye Frozen jt f\ + Cool Whip 9-0,. 4V* Welch's AQt Grape Jelly 2o-oz. ^rir Vlasic M f\ + Hamburger Dills 4V* Swans Down regular Cake Mix 3 Pk 9 Baker's M ^\ + Chocolate Chips ..i2-oz. ^rV v Soflin OOC Toilet Tissue 10 roils T/ y Skippy 28-Oz. Peanut Butter Vlasic Sweet Relish ...... IQ-OZ. f\f% .UV Borateen ....is6-oz. $1.89 FREE 10 WINNERS OF 2-'/2 GALLONS Shurfresh Ice Cream Just come in and register. No purchase necessary. LAST WEEK WINNERS OF 2 -Mi GALS. OF SHURFRESH ICE CREAM Robert Merritt, Carroll Don OTool, Lake City Lois Rohrbeck, Glidden Lloyd Nepple, Carroll Lena Kelgersen, Lake View Otmar Tigges, Willey Earl Kramer, Carroll Joseph Webber, Carroll Peter Irlbeck, Carroll Leonard Bromert, Carroll ORANGES 59 Doz. 113 Size New White B Size POTATOES $149 1 0 Lbs. I Axion Pre Soak ss-oz. Milky Way or Snickers Bars ..6 is< bar* Totino mm mm Pizza 14-oz. / 5 Shurfresh Potato Chips io-oz. Elberta Peaches 29-oz. Food King Pork & Beans 3i-oz. Humpty Dumpty ^f, • Salmon 16 oz. !f> I .' Cheerios Soflin QOt Facial Tissue ....ig. 3 pk g . OV V Pepsi Cola ....i6-oz. B Pak V9 Plus Deposit Seven Up I6 . 0l . . p a k89 c Plut Deposit Schmidt ^ • m W{\ Beer 12 p a k Zj> I . / V Beer 12 Pok Storz or Grain Belt Beer .....12 p a k CLIP & SAVE COUPON WORTH 20c Giant Size Oxydol With Coupon Good only at Carroll Wholesale thru May 21 1 coupon per family I CUP & SAVE COUPON WORTH 70c ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 25-Lbs. with coupon Good only at Carroll Wholesale thru May 21 1 coupon per family May 25 CHEROKEE — T he- Cherokee Rodeo Board of Governors has plans for the Memorial Day weekend. It can be boiled down to these words: "Work and pray for a dry weekend." Staging a rodeo sounds like a "fun thing", but it's a "work thing" for those associated with it. On the other hand, all officials enjoy it immensely even though they have a nervous habit of eyeing the skies near the end of this month. Dry skies will virtually insure the success of the eighth Cherokee Memorial Weekend Rodeo on May 25, 26 and 27 at the Cherokee County Fairgrounds. They are just off U.S. 59 on the city's south side. The Cherokee Rodeo has gained stature in the last few years, thanks to the efforts of the sponsoring group — the Chamber of Commerce — and rodeo producer Bob Barnes of the Cherokee-Peterson, Iowa area. Barnes, known as one of the nation's top independent rodeo producers, has produced rodeos at the Iowa State Fair, the Minnesota State Fair, the Clay County Fair at Spencer. Iowa, the Dairy Cattle Congress in Waterloo. Iowa and sundry other spectacles across the bread basket area. patients with menus, insisting on weight control and encouraging people to avoid excessive eating of fatty foods, rich desserts and hard fat,"she explains. The idea that lean meat, fish and chicken were good for Americans was hardly accepted in the late 1950s. "Now the swing is the other way," she says with a pleased smile and adds that she tries to follow her own advice. "I don't eat awfully rich foods anymore or stuff myself with holiday-type foods. I eat frequent, light meals and when I travel I avoid eating eggs for breakfast every day." When on the road Dr. Rathmann enjoys French toast, waffles (they do contain some egg, she admits) and Canadian bacon but tries to avoid fatty bacon. She enjoys cooking and learned many recipes from her mother who is in her mid-80s and still likes to prepare such Rathmann favorites as German-style stew, baked apples, sauerbraten and bread pudding. Dr. Rathmann's secret to enjoying these specialities she has loved since childhood is to eat smaller portions. "It takes discipline," she admits, "but after all anything truly worth enjoying comes with work and discipline." Dr. Dorothy Rathmann. Loves her mother's German- style cooking but works hard at dieting. NEW OPENING HOURS OPEN Wed. & Friday till 9 P.M. Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. flPPLIflnCE CERTER Carroll Phone 792-2525-Lake City Phone 464-3281 Yellow top/stainless steel back. Two-tone bracelet. Qilt dial, luminous hands and dial markers. Self-wind. Day-date calendar, instant date set. 98.2 ft. water- tested. Ask for No. AC026M-17J. Only $100. Buy the one he'd buy for himself. Two from Seiko's Hotline. COMMUNITY JEWELRY Westgate Mall Yellow top/stainless steel back. Two-tone bracelet. Seiko wine-red dial, luminous hands and dial markers. Self- wind. Day-date calendar, instant date set. 98.2 ft. water-tested. Ask for No. AC022M-17J. Only $95. MAY FABRIC FESTIVAL 100% POLYESTER CREPE 45" wide on bolts. Machine wash. dry. Fashion solids. Heavy weight. Reg. $199 $2.79 I Yd . WOVEN SUITING A famous maker 100 c r woven Polyester. Machine wash dry. Permanent press. Pastel plaids, solids. 54" wide on bolts. / -s Reg. $ ^.4.49 •UBI VOGUE PATTERNS Yd . JUU We are discontinuing Vogue Patterns. SOLID COLOR POPLIN 45" wide, permanent press. Great for Sportswear or decorating. 65% dacron-35% cotton. Heavy weight. JUST ARRIVED A NEW SHIPMENT OF 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS 60" wide, machine wash, warm water. Tumble dry. Plains and jacquard weaves. Reg. $1.79 NOW ONLY $1221 Reg. to $3.99 Yd. WESTGATE MALL STORE HOURS: 9 to 5 Mon. to Sat. Friday 9 to 9 Sale Prices Good Through Tuesday, May 21

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