Winners Listed in Fair Flower Show By Staff Writer' COON RAPIDS — Entries in the flower show at the 56th annual Four County Fair here were down from last year, and • officials said the near-drought conditions during July were to blame. However, officials at the flower show said they were pleased with the quality of entries. Results of the flower show competition include: Class 1 — Larkspur 1. Betty Nees. Class 2 — Celosia (cockscomb) — (crested) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer (feathered) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer. Class 3 — Bells of Ireland 1. Betty Nees, 2. Mrs. ANOTHER BIRTHDAY? Help celebrate with a Hallmark card. STONE'S K. of C. Bldg.—Carroll Jerome Kasperbauer. Class 4 — Snapdragons 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer. Class 5 — Petunias (double flowered) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasoer- bauer, 2. Betty Nees. (Giant Hybrids) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Small Hybrids) 1. Danny Bell, 2. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer. Glass 6 — Marigolds (tall double-three blooms) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Carnation) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, 2. Danny Bell, (Chrysanthemum) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer. Class 7 — French Marigolds (dwarf double) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, 2. Betty Nees, (Red and Gold) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer. Class 8 — Zinnias (Giant Red) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Giant Yellow) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer (Giant White) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Giant Any other) 2. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Giant Fantasy) 1. Betty Nees, 2. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (collection of five colors) 1. Betty Nees, 2. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Medium Red) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Medium Yellow) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, 2. Donnie Winnett, (Medium White) Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Medium Peppermint Stick) 1. Mrs. Ronald Kolbe, 2. Mrs, Jerome Kasperbauer, (Medium fantasy any other) 1. Mrs. Orrin Hilgenberg, 2. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Small Lilliput) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, 2. Betty Nees, (Baby) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, 2. Betty Nees. Class 9 — Cannas (Red) 1. Betty Nees, 2. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Any other) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer. Class 10— Dahlias (Large) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Medium) 1. Lillian Ford, 2. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Pom Pom) 1. Danny Bell, 2. Donnie Winnett, (Collection of Three) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer. Class 11 — Coleus (Small Leafed) 1. Mrs. Lillian Ford. Class 12 — Gladioli — Large (Red) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (White) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Pink) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Bi-Colored) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Any Other) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer. Medium — (White) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Red) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Pink) 2. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, (Any Other) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer. Small — (Any Other) 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer. Class 13 — Salvia — 1. Mrs. Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, July 30, 1974 Jerome Kasperbauer. Class 14 — Chrysanthemum — 1. Agnes Glenn, 2. Lillian Ford. Class 15 — Lilies — 1. Lillian Ford, 2. Danny Bell. Class 16 — Phlox - 1. Donnie Winnett, 2. Danny Bell. Class 17 — Roses (Floribunda) (Red) 2. Lillian Ford, (Pink) 2. Donnie Winnett. (Polyantha) 1. Lillian Ford, (Hybrid Tea) (Red) 2. Danny Bell and Lillian Ford, (Pink) 2. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer. (Peace) 1. Lillian Ford, 2. Danny Bell. Class 18 — Delphinium — 1. Betty Nees. Class 19 — Sweet Peas — 2. Betty Nees. Class 20 — Hydrangeas — 2. Danny Bell. Class 21 — Hemerocallis — 1. Betty Nees. 2. Danny Bell. Class 22 — Collection of Flowering Shrubs — 1. Lillian Ford, 2. Danny Bell. Class 23 — House Plants (Foliage Plants) 1. Carole Honold, 2. Lillian Ford, (Flowering plant in bloom) 2. Beverly Knoll, (Any Other) 1. Carole Honold, 2. Mrs. Orrin Hilgenberg. Class 25 — African Violets — (Double Flowered) 1. Lillian Ford, (Single Flowered) 1. Lillian Ford. DESIGN Class 1 — Happy Hostess — 1. Betty Nees, 2. Danny Bell. Class 2 — White Cloud — 1. Mrs. Orrin Hilgenberg, 2. Betty Nees. Class 3 — Glad Tidings — 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer. Class 4 — Green Meadows — 1. Danny Bell. Class 5 — Festive Arrangement — 1. Betty Nees; Class 8 — wagon wheels — 1. Danny Bell. Class 9—Dry Weather— 1. Betty Nees, 2. Mrs. Orrin Hilgenberg. Class 10 — Along the Way — 1. Betty Nees, 2. Beverly Knoll. Class 11 — Two Faced — 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer, 2. Danny Bell. Class 12 — In Memories — 1. Mrs. Orrin Hilgenberg, 2. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer. Class 13 — A Beautiful Mass of Color — 1. Mrs. Orrin Hilgenberg. Class 15 — To Each Her Own — 1. Betty Nees, 2. Danny Bell. Class 16 — Corsage — 1. Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer. TABLE SETTINGS Class I — Christmas Delight — 1. Carole Honold. JUNIOR DIVISION Class 1 — Old Glory — 1. Angle Nees. Class II — Animal Fair — 1. Angle Nees. Class III — The Last Roundup — 1. Angle Nees. Class IV — Mother's Pride — 1. Angle Nees, 2. Natalie Honold. The meat and poultry industry employs 302,000 workers with a payroll exceeding $2.5 million. At Home . . . Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bernt Gronstal are at home at 1800 Grand Ave., No. 156 in West Des Moines. Their marriage took place in Estherville, July 20. Mrs. Gronstal is the former Joan Marie Hendrickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hendrickson of Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Gronstal of Carroll are the parents of the groom. Shower Held for Debt Sapp Debi Sapp was honored at a bridal shower Sunday by Linda Jordan at her home in Carroll. Jan Gines, Sheila St. Peter, and Darlene Flanagan assisted. Connie Sapp poured coffee and Mary Ann Brincks poured punch. Miss Sapp will become the bride of Steve Harmeyer Aug. 10. Deb Mohr, Mary Halbur to State Fair By Staff Writer COON RAPIDS - Two Carroll County girls will be going to the Iowa State Fair to give their education presentations as a result of judging at the Four County Fair here Monday. Marlene Armbrecht, Lake City, judge of the senior 4-H girls educational presentations here Monday, selected Deb Mohr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mohr, Westside, and Mary Ann Halbur, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Halbur, Route 1, Carroll, as state fair representatives. Miss Mohr, a member of the Manning Senior Cadets, presented a program titled "Come and Get It" which dealt with cooking on a barbeque grill. Miss Halbur, a member of the Willey Merry Maids, won her berth to the state fair with a presentation titled "Identification of Fibers." First alternate to the state fair winners were Peggy Hacker and Julie Potthoff, members of the Halbur Happy Lassies, who teamed up for a presentation called "Through the Magic Window." Second alternates to the state fair representatives are Mary and Julie Hagemann who presented a program titled "Stars and Stripes." Mary and Julie are sisters and are Save 20% On All Our Fashion Fabrics. Reg. $2 & Up. Sale 3 99 Reg. 2.39 to 4.99 Yd. 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Stock up & save on these fashionable knit shirts with the latest look for fall. All are machine washable 20% Off Men's Selected Casual Jeans. Sale 6 38 to 7 98 Reg. 7.98 to 9.98. For the young men casual jeans in easy-care cotton/polyester corduroy and heavyweight cotton blue denim jeans. All machine washable. Sizes 28 to 38. CATALOG PHONE 792-3524 STORE HOURS: 9:00-5:00 Mon., Toes., Thurs., Sat. 9:00-9:00 Wed. A Fri. 1:00-5:00 Sunday Vanderheiden Studio Photo Married . . . Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Neumayer are shown at their wedding Saturday. Mrs. Neumayer is the former Christy Long, daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. Wilbert Long and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Neumayer of Breda. members of the Grant-Sheridan Jolly Janes. In other senior presentations given Monday, Marilyn Heithoff and Carolyn Tigges, members of the Dedham Go-Getters, won a blue ribbon for their program titled "It Could Happen to You." "Fad or Fashion" was the theme of a presentation by Jo Ann Struve, Janet Herbers and Janet Christensen of the Manning Clovers. Emily Opperman and Mary Lou Rohe, members of the Manning Senior Cadets, presented a program titled "The World Down Under." Education presentations continued Tuesday as the Junior 4-H girls presented their programs. Shower for Miss Stevens A bridal shower for Kathy Stevens was given Sunday by Connie and Jo Ann Stevens. Bridal games were played with prizes awarded to Mrs. Carol Sondgeroth, Mrs. Helen Stevens, Kathy McCarthy and Gladys Stevens. Miss Stevens will marry Philip McCarthy Aug. 31 in Templeton. Posters Win at Convention Two Carroll students received second place ribbons and awards for posters they designed for the 1974 international safety poster contest sponsored by The Order of United Commercial Travelers of America. Kaylene Lanz received second place in the middle grades competition and Carol Longnecker placed second in the upper grades contest. The posters were on display in Toronto, Canada at the Royal York Hotel for the July convention of the sponsoring group. Winners were announced July 24. CORRECTION It was inadvertently stated in the July 29 issue of the Carroll Daily Times Herald that Clifford Neumayer, John Long and Leo Van Erdewyck attended the groom at the Christy Long and Clyde Neumayer July 27 wedding. It should have read Clifford Neumayer, John Long, Leo Van Erdewyck and Tim Neumayer attended the groom. Of the consumers' food dollar in 1973, farmers received 40 cents — two cents more than 1972 but a nickel less than in 1953. Mary Longnecker Tops Horse Show By Staff Writer COON RAPIDS - Mary Longnecker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Longnecker, Carroll, won the showmanship division of the 4-H horse and pony show here at the 56th annual Four County Fair Monday. Becky Mohr won a blue ribbon in the halter division for ponies (1974 foal), while Steven Mohr won a blue ribbon in the halter division 1973 yearling ponies class. Miss Longnecker and Mike Mohr won blue ribbons in the three-year-old and older ponies halter division. Danny Mohr and Becky Mohr each won red ribbons in that division. In the halter division for horses, Debbie Mohr won a blue ribbon for her 1974 foal, while Kathryn Wiese won a blue ribbon, and Danny Mohr a red ribbon, in the halter division for yearling horses. Kristy Loew won a blue ribbon Vanderheiden Studio Photo Return Home . . . Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hoffman who were married July 19 have returned to Carroll after a one week trip to Colorado. The couple will make their home at 508 N. Walnut. Mrs. Hoffman is the former Mary Dentlinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dentlinger. Mrs. Marcile Hoffman of Carroll is the mother of the groom. Miss Landon Given Shower A miscellaneous bridal shower was given for Roberta Landon, Wednesday at IPS by Mrs. LaVerne Korwes. Approximately 20 guests attended the blue and white decorated shower. Games were played and prizes given. Miss Landon will become the Aug. 10 bride of Jeff Renze. Parents of the future bride are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Landon, Carroll. and Mike Mohr a red ribbon in the halter division for two-year-old horses. For three-year-olds and older division of the halter show for horses, Mike Staples, Debbie Mohr, Lori Schultz and Steven Mohr each won blue ribbons. Red ribbons in this class went to: Steve Staples, Gayland Schroeder, Denise Schroeder, Cindy Quick and Valerie Robison. In the performance classes, Mike Staples, Kathryn Wiese and Donna Staples each won blue ribbons for the junior western pleasure. Red ribbons in this class were awarded to: Cindy Quick, Lori Schultz, Valerie Robison, Denise Schroeder and Gaylan Schroeder. Danny Mohr, Mary Longnecker and Mike Mohr each won blue ribbons in the junior pony pleasure of the performance classes, while Steve Staples and Debbie Mohr won blue ribbons in the senior western pleasure category. Kim Davis and Kristy Loew each won red ribbons in that class. Mike Mohr won a blue ribbon in the senior pony pleasure competition. Steve Mohr and Danny Mohr each won blue ribbons in the difficult trail class, while Mike Mohr, Kathryn Wiese and Cindy Quick won red ribbons. Results of the open Class horse and pony show included: Saddlers — mare or gelding three years and over (under saddle) Debbie Mohr, blue; and Sandy Rudolph, blue; mare or gelding three years and over (halter) Debbie Mohr, blue, and Sandy Rudolph, red; mare or gelding between 1 and 2 years (halter) Danny Mohr, blue; Spring foal (1974 halter) Debbie Mohr, blue. Middle-sized ponies — mare or gelding three years and over (under saddle), Danny Mohr, blue; Sarah Fischer, red, and Mike Mohr, red; mare or gelding one year, Steven Mohr. blue. Shetland Ponies — mare or gelding three years and over (halter) Sandy Rudolph, first; Gene Simmons, second; and Sandy Rudolph, third; Spring foal 1974 — Becky Mohr, blue. Buggy or Cart Hitch — Single hitch to a buggy — Sandy Rudolph, blue and red; team hitch to a buggy — Sandy Rudolph, blue. Calendar TUESDAY- E.S.P.plub \ Golden Circle bridge, High Bidder \ WEDNESDAY-l , \ Golden Circle eVichre Legion Auxiliary picnic 6:30 p.m. Legion hall \ \ Newcomers! — Salad lunches, South'side Park shelter house, noor^ THURSDAY- \ \ Friends and Neighbors Club STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th Street \ FRIDAY— \ Friendly Neighbqr Club, Mrs. Arnold Ludwig \ Golden Circle pinochle \ SATURDAY— \ \ Golden Circle I OPEN WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY NITES TILL 9-SUNDAYS 1 to 5 EAT & MIL Values for Carrolland Families to Grow On! We sell Flynn Dairy Products door to door everyday. Ask us to deliver to your doorj today. S^BSEIBB •^•KIH BERNHOLTZ BROS. Phone 792-4242 Closed Saturday Afternoon Carroll Carroll's Only Home-owned Dairy Distributor Also, we sell Eggs, Meats and Butter Theatre LAKE CITY . July 24 thru 30th Eve.. 7 I 9:30 Sun. Mot. 2:00 P.M. gone i/ the romance that ULJQ//O divine." ROB6RT o7d miR |R€DFORD FRRROUU GR6RT GRT/BV NOW PLAYING Each Eve. 7:00-9:15 Winner 7 Acadimy Awardi Including Beit Picture ...all it takes is a littte Confidence. THE STING SUN.-MON..TUES. July 28-30 Eve. 7:30-9:30 Sun. From 1:30 5 Days! 4 Cities! 200 Beers! Nevtr Hon So Ftw Soiloo Hod So Much Fun IJJ| In Such a Short Time! ^ JACK NICHOLSON THE LAST DETAIL CARROLL DRIVE-IN -CHRROLL SUN.-MON.-TUES. July 28-29-30 STARTS AT DUSK All Bad rhe only life for "THE SINGLE GIRLS"
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