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What's going on? MBMOINES SUNDAYIECI What's cooking? By JULIE HOWON One of tht last of the state's county filrt win be held Sept. 6- County Tht Bobby QoMsboro Show will bt held at 6:30 and 9 p.m. Sept. 6 for $3 admission charie. Bob Hop* will prtMnt • performance •t 6:30 and 9 p.m. Sept. 7 for $4. Mtl Tllllf, Leroy Vtn Dyke and SUMP Haney will ilnf at 6:30 and 9 p.m. Sapt. 12 and Donna Fir|o and Tommy Cash will parform at 6:30 and 9 p.m. Sapt. 13 for S3. Each day a musical quartet, Ray an«-4ha^Ematald«,_wllUilwa-- fovf free shows In the tant at 1)0:30 a.m., noon, 3 and 5 p.m. The Chitwood Thrill Show will be at 2 p.m. Sept. 8 followed by motorcycla races at 7:30 p.m. On Sapt. 9 there will be harness racing at 2 p.m. and a tractor pull at 7:30 p.m. The Barnes RCA Rodeo will ba at 7:30 p.m. Sapt. 10 and 11 for 12.50 admission. And on Sapt. 10 and 11 there will be chuck wagon' races at 2 p.m. Other avents Include stock car racing, horse, cattle and food) •hows, refreshments and traditional county fair activities. CELEBRATIONS — FESTS • Red Rock Lake Family Days Cile- bratlon, today and Sept. 1, mar PELLA. Today's events Include 7 a.m. Mrdwaft, horseshoe' pitch at 2 p.m., balloon ascension 5 p.m. Sept. 1: Two-person canoe race 9:30 a.m., sailboat races 2, p.m. • Annual Old Threshers and Settlers Reunion, MOUNT PLEASANT today and Sept. 1. BID Anderson Show and bluegrass group 330 and 6 pjn. today for S3. Bicentennial pagtant, "Two Centuries Between Two Rivers," today 8:30 pjn. for S2. Other events Include Bicentennial exhibits, threshing activities, sttam and gasoline engine demonstrations, free trolley rides, 50 early-day craft demonstrations, Chautauqua theater performances, largt thresher-style rqeals. • LISBON Centennial today and Sept 1. Horseshoe, champion demonstration 2:15 pjn. today. Sky Jumptr event 2 and 4 p.m. today over city park. Museum open to public. • NORA SPRINGS Centennial today and Sept. 1, Today: Horseshoe pitch 1 p.m., kiddle parade 2 p.m., frog jump 3 p.m., all-city band concert 6:30 p.m., beard and costume Judging 7:15 p.m., singers 8 p.m. Sept. 1: Buffalo Days In Boulder Park, lawn and garden tractor pull 1 p.m., baseball game 1:30 p.m. • Hoo Doo Days, Sept. 1, NEOLA. Tractor pull today 12:30 p.m. Sept. 1: Parade 11 a.m., carnival, games, food • HAMBURG Popcorn Festival Sept 6. Horseshoe pUcb 9 ajn., frog Jump 10 a.m., tractor putt 11 a.m., kiddle parade 12:45 p.m., general parade 2 p.m., stage show 330 p.m., barbecue 5:30 p.m,, frit popcorn all day. • Grundy County Appreciation Days, Stpt 6, GRUNDY CENTER. Parade 4 p.m., speech 5 p.m., barbecue 5:30 p.m., baUgamt 7 p.m., displays. • Wlnnebago Historical Society Pioneer Arts and Crafts Fair noon to 5 p.m. Sept 7, FOREST CITY Civic Auditorium. • FARRAGUT Community Day Sept 7. Frog Jumping contest, homemade let cream. • »elk« Peit sept. 1, Oante-Mor Ulreom, SWISHER, noen-mMMejit. • fe*a Fe»t, 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sept. 3, 2 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sept. 6, DUMNT. 91. Bratwurst, sauerkraut, German cfMtelatt cike. • POLK CITY Centennial Sept. 5-7. Sept. 5: Kiddle parade and kitchen clatter band. Sept. 6: Parade 11 a.m., «ame$, concerts, food al afternoon, Kl- wanh beef barbecue 3-7 p.m., enter- umment 7-9 p.m. Sept. 7: Picnic, horse • MONTOUR Fall Festival Sept. 6. Country store, rides, jimes, parade 10 i.m., water fight 4 p.m., food, dance 9 D.m LABOR DAY CELEIIUTIONS • Labor Day Centennial Celebration, today and Sept. 1, RIVERSIDE. • Labor Day Celebration and Fox Hunt today and Sept. 1, UNIONVILLE Con* itrvatlon Park. • Think JOICE Day Sept. 1. Food, Um«, parade 10:30 a.m. • MADRID Labor Day Celebration Sept. 1. Parade 11 a.m., chicken barbecue Edgewood Park from noon to 2 p.m., rides, concessions. • Labor Day Celebration, today and Sept. l r balpark, FONDA. • Labor Day Celebration Sept 1, ESART ,.. ^,»7^ra?a»ifaF7 i, -wojrf • Exhibit of paintings by Nancy Sim- eoe Link, Sept. 2-29, Pioneer Room, Memorial Union, Iowa State University, AMES. Reception 2-4 p.m. Sept. 7. • Beaux Arts Fair 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 6 and 7, DAVENPORT Municipal Caltry. Mini-fair for cMdren under age 12, 1-3 p.m. each day where nothing over $2 wIS be sold; • Bicentennial Heritage Exhibit, 1-5 pjn. Sept 7, BEDFORD Library. • Kansas City Art Institute Student Show, Sept 1-30, East Street Gallery, GRINNELL. • University of Illinois Art Faculty Exhibit, Sept. 1-29, Musser Public Library, MUSCATINE. • Show of acrylic paintings by Ray Frederick and creative embroidery by Mrs. Annfce Frederick, of ManhaHtown, Sept. 6-30, Flora Park Barn, DUBUQUE. • Show of 52 works on paper by Hans Hoffman, Sept. 6-30, DAVENPORT Mu-' nlcipal Gallery. • "Ten Contemporary American Printmakers" exhibit, today, through Sept 26, Sinclair Auditorium, Cot College, CEDAR RAPIDS. THEATER • "Taming of the Shrew," 2 and 8 p.m. today, Old Creamery Theater Company, GARRISON. $3. • "Star-Spangled Girl,"' 5 p.m. today, show being presented through Sept 14, Charlie's Showplace, DES MOINES. S7.95-S9.95. . - -, -14, Old Creamery Theater Com- PWiy. GARRISON. $3. • "Barefoot In the Park" 8 p.m. Sept 5-6, .2 p.m. Sept 7, Carousel Theater, INDIANOLA, high school cafeteria, $2. RODEOS - FAIRS • Annual LAMONT Rodte Days, today and Stpt. 1. Evening performance tonight, afternoon performance tomorrow. • Thirty-eighth Annual DAYTON URA Rodeo, 1 and 7:30 p.m. today, 1:30 p.m. Sept. L Midway. • Big-Four Fair, NASHUA, today and Sept. 1. Today: Draft horse plowing contest and chuck wagon racing, livestock parade, home talent show. Sept. 1: Marktl show, chuck wagon races, demolition derby. • Guthrlt County Fair, GUTHRIE CENTER, today and Sept 1. Tonight: The Flower Family performance. Stpt 1: Demolition derby, horst races, dart devi show. • Trl-State Rodeo, FORT MADISON, Stpt 5-7. Jody MWer Show 7:30 p.m. Stpt. 5,2 and 7:30 p.m. Stpt. 6,2 p.m. Stpt. 7, S4-$l. Jamil Soppt, trick rider, wi perform also. Bttr ttnt, con- tuts, food stands. • Ridgt Ridtrs Saddlt Club Annual Jackpot and Trophy Show, 9 a.m. Stpt. 7, two miles wist of U.S. Highway 63 and 30 Junction at TOLEDO. JMCE sou smuts unM tlUNDTCENTU " num. : S) WWU • CHaiuicm- •IUHIU • HUUKLOT UNCUT,, "NHUUM GiUUSON ' • HUHlUUR • 1CFFEISONB an, . • B«TOUOO • MAOWO* COL " MAISHAUTOWN - ..-. 'rfUliB- WUCIIY* • •MIM«a "WWIH ""'"' pj ItUOGG . DCS UOIKE5 i I _.„,.- MLAHTIC 'tlLA lOuUUID IIT - fLEASAI ' 1 FT. MADISON f? * llttlilU Agriculture economists honor ISU students, projects ANTIQUE SHOWI- FLEA MARKETS ; By DENNIS R. ALLEN »WELLMAN Antlqut Days 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today, antique notion 1 p.m. Sipt. 1, Recreation C«nt«r. • Pita Market, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. today, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 1, MANCHESTER Community Center. Free. • Flea Market, today and Sept. 1, Tom'i Country Market, MANLY. • Outdoor Flea Market, today and Sept. 1, Hamont Inc., SAC CITY, 11 ajn. to 6 p.m. • Central Iowa Outdoor Flea Market and Antique Sale, today, Twin Anchors Campground, COLO. • ARNOLDS PARK Flea Market, today, Inside amusement center. • Flea Market and Craft Show, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1, ZEARING. Forty-horse Men parade. • Antique Show and Flea Market, 10 »m. te 6 p.m. today and Sept. 1, Vlck'i Comer, Junction Iowa highways 9, 32 and 86, SPIRIT LAKE. • Antlqut Show, 10 a.m. Sept. 3 throuah Sept 6, Northpark Mad, DAV- ENrORT* • MtSCELtAHEOUS • INTERNATIONAL HOUSE • OF PANCAKES : SIMbgersollAve. ! Des Moines • • J To breakfast away from my • ; own kitchen, whether at a ; truckstop on a lonely prairie • highway or in the elegant lob! by of the Peninsula Hotel in J Hong Kong, has always been I one of my favorite moments. ; Possibly it's because we view • breakfast/brunch as a more I intimate repast than either ! lunch or dinner In appro* ; priate restaurants. ; On a sunny summer mom* • Ing we slipped from home • with a copy of our favorite J Sunday newspaper In search ; of a morning meal. ; We found the International ; House of Pancakes on Inger* • soil, a franchised organiza* ! tion out of North Hollywood, j with_lhe- • Farming of tht Future Days, final day today, Living History r'arms, DES MOINES. Adults $2, children $1. • lowaOpenChessTournament, today, Ramada Im, WATERLOO. • Hawkeye Century Bike Ride 7 a.m. today from Sever Park Pavilion, CEDAR RAPIDS. S2 members, $3 non-members, Inch provided. • Iowa Oaks play EvansviDe 2:30 p.m. today, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 1, Sec Taylor Stadium, DES MOINES. $3-$l. • Late model stock car races, 8 p.m. tonight, Hawkeye Downs, CEDAR RAPIDS. S2.50-$l. • Steam and Antique Gas Tractor Show, today and Sept. 1, CHARLES CITY. Oat threshing, lumber sawing, flta market $1 over age 12. • MARSHALLTOWN Municipal Band concert 7 p.m. tonight, Iowa Veterans Home. • Tractor Pull Sept. 1, DIAGONAL • Corn Show Sept.4-6, LITTLE ROCK. • Lecture by George Plimpton 8 PJH. Sept. 4, C.Y. Stephens Auditorium, ../*•. > ; breakfast trade. • This establishment offers a • full-service menu from sand* I wiches to steaks to their I award-winning breakfast of. ; ferings — including a wide • selection of waffles, eggs, • omelettes, pancakes and • breakfast side orders. J The pancakes run from the J old-fashioned buttermilk pan* [Japanese : visit Iowa i schools • Sailboat races today, Rock Creek Lake, KELLOGG and Big Creek Lake, POLK CITY. • 1975 Iowa Ceramic Fall Expo, 10 a.m. -9 p.m., Sept. 6, noon-5 p.m. Sept. 7, Red Horse Armory, Harding Road and Prospect, DES MOINES. Jl. • Dog Shows Sept. 5 at the Iowa •State Fairgrounds: German Shepherd Dog Fal Specialty Livestock Pavilion; Hawkeye Irish Setter Club Specialty, Vocational Industries Building; Great Dane Dog Show, Sheep Ring; and Shetland Sheepdog, Swine Barn. ' • Calf and Convention Show Sept 56, SCHLESWIG. • National Campers and Hikers Association CampVentlon, Sept. 5-7, Sunnyside Park, ATLANTIC. • Old Settlers Picnic Sept. 6, Log Cabin Park, HUMBOLDT. • Season championships, 8 p.m. Sept. 5, DUBUQUE Speedway. $2.50-50 cents. • Craft Sale, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 6-7, Red Barn, seven miles south of JEFFERSON on Iowa Highway 4. • Sailboat Regatta, Sept. 6 and 7, Big Creek Lake, POLK CITY. • Sac and Fox Lapidary Club Show, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sept. '6, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 7, OTTUMWA Coliseum. Free. • Nlshua Heritage Museum, grand opening 2-5 p.m. Sept. 7, OAKLAND. WHAT'S COMING UP7 • Iowa Bluegrass Festival Sept 1214, NEWTON. • Freedom Train Sept. 13-15, SIOUX CITY, and Sept. 16-21, WEST DES MOINES. About 40 Japanese English teachers will be spending most of the next two weeks visiting schools in Iowa to learn more about the American system of education. Arrangements for the Japanese teachers to visit Iowa have been made by the Iowa State Education Association (ISEA) in co-operation with the Council on International Educational .Exchange, Inc., In New York City. Thirty-five local education associations affiliated with the ISEA have made arrangements for teacher families to house the Japanese visitors and take them to school. "Through this program we hope many Iowa students and teachers will gain a better understanding of the Japanese people and their culture," said ISEA President Nancy George. "We also hope that the visiting teachers will be able to adopt educational ideas and techniques that they can use when they return to their schools in Japan." The Iowa towns and names of the Japanese teachers participating in the ISEA program include: Ame» — Ikuo Tohuno; Ankeny *• AteMihl WiliniMj Boon* — TakM Wataneboj Cedar Filli — Yoth/norl Kewanl; Cedar Ripldi - Kiiuml Tnhlmtj Otctol* — Ktnll Muraoki; Clinton — Hluihl Silto; DM Molnn <- Silehl Tuakt, Kellchl Shlmliu, Yuklo Sutuklj. Dubuque — Ttliuva •Stttki Dumonl — Tidihlro Kobtvtihl; Cotoibure - Yothliak* Omae; Eidor» — Shunrvo OgtuvJtn; Coin — Yoke Horivtma; FilrffekJ — Shoio Oh- uwi; Firrwul — Mlchlo Wadi; Kelto»9 — Mlliuou Konlihl; Bigltv — Ktnll Shall; HirKn - Hldte Sino. Ktokuk — Junko Koldi; Knoxvlin — Shliuko Mlntmlhili; Albla — Ka- tuvukl Kunh«hl; Mirlon — Klnao Choninj AAaton City - Tiliuze An«- liw«; Vvuhlnelon — Yoihbkl Yo- Ihlna. ' MIHord — Stbuio Ichlkawt; Mlnto •*r SalMhl Yanadorl; Muicatlne, — Mvoltn Shlmuri; Nevada — HldeMre liumlj .Norwalk — Ttulomu IwtiWIi; Prlmehir - Mnanobu OUl Cnerttr Oak — Norlo Ithll. Strawberry Polnl — Naboru' Matiw nwa; Sumner - Ktlko Sawklj Hum- Wdl — Ken-lchl Takavema) Wilwlo* — Yode Onoiawa; Nttvoihl H«M, Nobuvuki Nakteawa; Wtil Dei Molnet - Hideo Haihlrfiol*. ept. 17-18, IOWA CITY. • Planned Parenthood Book Sale, Sept. 19-28, DES MOINES. • Coe College Ethnic Fair, Sept. 2628, CEDAR RAPIDS. • National Dairy Cattle Congress Sept. 20-28, WATERLOO. • Ocloberfest Oct. 3-4, AMANA. • Covered Bridge Festival Oct. 11-12, WINTERSET. CORRECTION Car racing listing under Miscellaneous section of last Sunday's "What's going on?" column was incorrect. There will bt neither USAC Races at tht Iowa State Fairgrounds tonight, nor will there bt a sportsman special race at the Iowa State Fairgrounds tomorrow night, Sept. 1. The Register regrets the error. ALSO... Items Included in "What's going on?" are listed as a free service to our readers. If you know of an event you would te to submit for consideration for pub- icatton, please drop a line to Julie Hopson, Des Moines Sunday Register, Des Moines 50304. Deadline Is 10 days In advance of publication date. Thank you and have a good week. : 2 are promoted : at St. Ambrose • The Reelttar'i l«w« N«w$ Service t DAVENPORT, IA. - Don; aid J. Moeller, academic j dean of St. Ambrose College • for tbe past two years, has • been promoted to vtce-prcsi- I dent for academic affairs and • dean of the college, according • to Dr. William J. Bakrow, • president of the college. t In another promotion, Dr. • Joseph A. McCaffrey, assist-I ant dean of the college since _; March, 1974, has been named • associate dean for curricu- • lum. He will continue as an I associate professor of philoso- l phy and chairman of the phi* ; losophy department. J Both promotions are effec- • tive for the fall semester. cakes at 95 cents a plate to such treats as banana nut pancakes, Viennese potato pancakes and Georgia pecan pancakes, $1.50, $1.10, $1.45, respectively. The nice selection of waffles ranges from a plain waffle at 95 cents to a blueberry waffle at $1.50 or a pecan waffle at $1.55. For an additional charge (20 cents), you can have your waffle covered with ice cream. All of the egg dishes are served with three eggs as well as three buttermilk pancakes. Our eggs with link sausages were cooked to order. This dish, with four sausages and the buttermilk pancakes, is $1.95. A dish of three eggs prepared to your liking is $1.15 and you may choose side orders ranging from ham at $1.10 to corned beef hash at 95 cents to hash browns at 45 cents. We decided to try the International Omelette Extraor- dinaire. This is billed as an omelette for true omelette lovers only and It contains cheese, ham, peppers, onions, and chili salsa. At $2.15 this is a tremendous omelette, spicy however, and is served with a choice of three buttermilk pancakes (with "Whipped butter) or toast: If for some reason, you do not achieve the level of satisfaction you wish with break* fast and want to top it off with dessert, you are in luck. No less than sensational are the hot fudge sundae, 90 cents, and the "pecan joy," 65 cents. The latter is a plate of thin pancakes with pecans and strawberry preserves all encircled with whipped cream. Start your diet tomorrow. AMES, IA. - The American Agriculture Economic! Association (AAEA), at Its recent annual meeting, cited two Iowa State University students for their graduate programs and two published faculty research projects. The AAEA citations to Iowa State include: Outstanding Master's Program Award to Henry Hollis Schaefer of Lee, 111., for "The determination of basis patterns and the results of various hedging strategies for live cattle and live hop." Outstanding Doctoral Program Award to Dennis Ray Lifferth of Centervllle, Utah, for "An economic analysis of alternative rail-based pain Church marks anniversary PERU, IA. - The 120th anniversary of the Peru United Methodist Church here will, be celebrated Sept 7. Events scheduled Include Sunday school at 8:45 a.m., worship service at 9:30 a.m. and an anniversary service at 1:30 p.m. A lunch will be served at noon. Friends of the congregation are invited to attend*the day's activities. Pastor of the church is the Rev. Richard Herapenius. Opens olinio at Carroll 1M KeoHttft towa Ntwi Service CARROLL, IA. - Dr. Thomas R. Farmer has opened a chiropractic clinic in Carroll. distribution systems." Published Research Award to Earl 0. Heady, director, and Steven T. Sonka, re* search associate, Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, for "American farm-size structure In relation to income and employ* ment opportunities of farms, rural communities and other sectors." Published Research Award, quality of communication, to Neil E. Harl, professor of economics, for "Where There's a Will, Estate Plan- ning." This la • series of 12 video tapes, produced for commercial and educational television. In addition the series was widely used with Iowa groups through the ISU extension service) and vocational agriculture sponsor* ship. Extension staff assisting in the production Included Virginia Harding; executive pro* ducer, John Walliie, writer* editor, Paul Lem, visual designer, and WOI-TV directors, Fred Kalamaja, James Varnum and John Pritchard. Unscramble these six Jumbles, _ „ one letter to each square, / Coat and tiei to form six ordinary words. it MM*. CHENVQ THE VOU'C? EXPECT A TEESJA6EPT TO BEi HQYNUL SPLEET Now arranie the circled letters to form the Surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. ] 'Li 1 Enjoy this, fascinating word fame every day in Tim Register. (Answers appear on Business Tide page in this section.) OPEN DAILY 10-10, SUN. 114 SUN., MOM., TUES., WED. AUTO SERVICE SPECIALS TNCTAlLlT For Moat U.S. Car* N.D. MUFFLER INSTALLED Our 21.85 — /nsfa//ed 16.88 Aluminum, double-wrapped. Sizes for most U.S. cars. SERVICES INCLUDE: 1. taetaH eMllty free! Iraki padi ead brake IMaga M INT •toeli. *. Hiwrtaca man aad far* dram. «• f^hi^^uA SB^^ •AlltKaaa ••• ••••Jft IVMN tMsMff* M a^i^Ltillii ai J^y 1 * !• KM 100 WHITEWALLS 4-PLY POLYESTER CORD SIIU P7lsU »7SMlS C7S»I4 CTScIS III. 31.32 31.31 32.32 32.32 27*00 2.27 Our Reg. 26.32 B78x 13 "•" 334W U» PLUS F.E.T. 1.84 EACH ALL TIRES PLUS F.E.T. NOTE: MAJOR SERVICE I HOURS VARY—f PLEASE CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT MOUNTED FREE — NO TRADE-IN REQUIRED DISC/DRUM BRAKE SPECIAL S«/«Pr/c« — 4 Days 69.44 Save now on complete disc and drum work at K'.mart. SERVICES INCLUDE: fi.nYLINDER 1. Install K Mrt (Mints, retor, ct^enstr . U MIUII vV-ue iin aM Mier emi*l plms (I* stsek) ENGINE TUNE-UP 2. S«t dwell sue* ewbwiter 23.96 3. TlSW tMlllS 4. Dls|Msfie ssflis Milysli For Most U.S. Car* Alr-Condltloned Cart, $2 more 8-Cylinder Cars, $2 more $•/• Pries 4 D»y* Only Take advantage of K mart's special on en* gine tune-ups through Wednesday. Alt work done by our trained mechanics. HARDWOOD CREEPER Our 8.90 — 4 Days 36-MONTH AUTO BATTERY Our Aeg. 27.88 21 BATTERY TERMINAL > —4D«y« Kiln-dried hardwood with lacquer (Inlih.vlnyl headrest.] M Dodge 2.17 Moat U.S. Cars. I Copyright • 1975 by S. S. . K3ESGE Compel' Sizes to fit most U.S. compact and small cars. Free installation. Charge It. Terminal Cleaner.... 974 ta. BATTERY TESTER Ourfley. J.8«-40ays Only Deluxe model. Color-coded 444 for easy read- ff ing. BATTERY CABLES Our fleg. 3.97-4 Days Only For'.eV or 12V batteries. 4-ga., O17 •Nickle-plated. • Easy to in•stall. Save. multiple wire. BATTERY WASHERS Our fleg. M« — 4 Days Treated to prevent cor- *V rosion. t § MAJOR BRAND TUNE-UP KITS Sa/t Pr/ct -4 Choice of major brand tune- up kits for most U.S. carl. Dubuqi 5762/36 Des Moines 262-82/I Bettendorf 3598441 5880377 Cedar Rapids 377/624 Clinton 2425118 Des Moines 2763449 Cedar Rapids 3662339 Mason City 42457/1 Waterloo 234 0559 Iowa City 351 9025 754 8911

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