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BUSINESS INOUJniY SUBSTANDARD NSURER GAIN Knrm.and City Ir .tirance Co., DPS Moines, a Specialty carrier I hat wns incorporated in IS" 1 ? hv .five ?D? n ?P r J!?&_Iowa__insut. Vnicp firms To'handle substandard automobile i n s ii r a n c e, :--i-,n-frd a 10 per cent gain 'n si.irpltis.rluring.HHJD. Tliisx was reported at the firm's 1 annual meeting of stockholders. Sponsoring companies arc Farmers Casualty Co., Des Moines: Iowa Kemper Mutual Insurance Co., Mason City; Iowa Mutual Insurance Co., DoWitl; LeMars Mutual Insurance Co. of Iowa, LeMars; and Continental' Western Insurance (.'n. of Des Moines. Directors re-elected for I h r e e-y e a r 'Ir-ms were fJcnrge Bowles, Des Moines; Burton Dull, LeMars; T. W. Menzel, Mason C": 1 ; and J. n. Kent, jr., Des Moines. SPOTS LISTD Personnel Changes Made OHR NUMED « Edward J. Baker, Carlisle, has been named asi production | -Tourist activjtes in Iowa are j manager and co-ordiftator at Hyland Manufacturing, InC;, Car- given Opost in the May issue! lisle. ' of a Northwestern Bell Tele-| Me will be in charge of all phoneCo. publication, Telenets,! production, including the recre-- being sent to nearly two million-j ationa , ve hj c le- division, the families in five states. i . . ' '. . Among the piaees-mentioned!™ 1 ™ 1 ™ 1 vehlde - division are:, De Soto National Wildlifei and IRe mobile home division. Refuge near Missouri Valley;! 'Baker joined Hyland in .1968 the) Des Moines Art Centef; thews' purchasing agent and pro- Little Brown Church at. Nash-! , du ^ ion SU P*™ S 5. — u a ; Spook, Cave near! he was production co-ordinator vnvc iicdt ... « . «. * , ~ Fenelon Place l with Go ^ der Manufacturing Co., " EDWARD J. BAKER TURNER Also the Park oTat State , ,, >j t v c i a i VINCI personnel . Lacey-Keosauqua; changes at Hylan(| also wcre assis t an t along the Des!—-^ ed " Ia ; tv ^ Moines river; Pony Creek wa- Richard E _ Turncri vehicle The Des Moines Division of Butler Paper Co., formerly Pratt Paper Co., which has been at 100 Eighth st. since 1906, broke ground last week for a n c w 46,000-square-foot office and warehouse building at E.. Officers re-elected wcre M. I.! Seventeenth street and Mattern i Rill I Bowles, president; John avenue. • Ales c h , virc-president; Ray The new steel, concrete and Brown, - vice-president; E. C.; rn a s o n r y building pictured .Jones, vice-president; R. J.!above in an artist's sketch, is Kent, secretary: and George;being built in the new Des Moines industrial park. Bowles, treasurer. All directors are executives of sponsoring companies. The firm writes in Iowa and South . Dakota. Promotions at JRuan Transport Since 1884 The history of the company goes back into the last century. The late W. J. Pratt, who died bought an interest in the former Prouty & Pratt Paper Co. The company's present 64- year-old multi-story building was built for the paper firm. G. E. Veneman, president of Butler Paper Co., F. G. Walker, executive vice-president and R. T. Lunquist, manager of warehousing and marketing services, all from the firm's Port Edwards, Wis.. headquarters, participated in ground breaking ceremonies, with Vyilliam H. Burk, vice-president and gen- location near the interstate and recreational supervisor. Cen-' Warren C recrea-: Moines, has . vehicle production super- t a n t production co-ordinator Mentioned, too, are a numben visor . He has been production i and material expeditor for the of scheduled totirs offered in- j supervisor at Delavan Manufac- three divisions under Baker. Me Robert G. Harper, president of American Republic Management Corp., announced the recent election of_ RiUhseir 1 C. Davis as vice, president and) secretary of the! company, American Re-r public Management was irt-l corpora ted in I August, 1969,' by American Republic Insur- r near ance Co. as a subsidiary to es- Field. West Des tablish and manage mutual are in the nrpliminarv r "»™nar y effective storage dpace of the eluding those through the Des i turing Co. in West Des Moines. -was with Standard Oil Co. 22 Republic ?amilv ^ AmeriCHn old building. .... Moines RegisleF and-Tribune; Max Allgood, Carlisle, former y e a r s . joining Hyland in as an atlorn p' j n \ ttmn They said, also, that the new j plant, and the state capitol in, metal fabrication department January as; recreational vehicle ' a ' fler graduation from Des Moines; a hydroelectric; foreman, has been appointed , production supervisor. University law school freeway system will permit fast access to customers in down- plant at the Keokuk dam; and! ' meat-packing plants in Water-! town Des Moines and in other 1 loo and Cedar Rapids, parts of the state. Telenews is sent with month- Contractor ly statements to telephone Butler Paper, which has a | users in Iowa, Minnesota, Ne- branch operation at Cedar Ra-1 b r a s k a , North Dakota and pids, maintains sales offices 1 South Dakota. and warehouses in 26 other; ~ •• jmidwestern, , southwestern and j D^ O i\ oc frttnc 'western- cities, from Min-' Ivee ves J OIUS Conventions /n Des Moines This Week May 11-13 - Agricultural Stabilization Conservation Service, Hotel Savery. May 11-M - National American Wholesale Grocers Association, Ramada Inn May 11-15 — Iowa Funeral Director* & Green Colonial Prior to his enrollment in Drake, Davis was a pilot, in the _ ... U.S. Air Force for six years, Officers an(i tle is stil1 active as a pilot in the Towa Air National Guard. Cliff C. Conn, 7142 Garrison In addition to Harper and rd., has been appointed vice-, Davis, the other officers of fr!d b ^fln SA A^itil?iCm. H6ters " verv resident of Green Colonial. American Republic Manage- Inc:, here, and Eugene Hen- ment Corp. are James L Woods, 8405 Roseland dr., has i vice president and treasurer, May 12-H — Federal Home Loan Bank. District No. 8, Hotel Fort Des Moines., M A V ssbciatiw/Ku?t z l e r hoo W9h 5 slhooi ql " l ' drix< M ciub^' 5 Hote! 0 Kfrkwooi aMon 0( Wor " en s t)een a PP° in t e( l secrctary-trcas- and Edwin F. Jackson, vice May^'-i^-Midwest weavers, National urcr. president and general counsel. M ation S " 1 Ho"nda ow 1nn e s V5 uth irectors Associ " ^ e a PP°i n t m cnts were an- All have similar positions in the The new Des Moines facility i Rodney Reeves, 3216 Forty- : Mav°i5.i6°- *owa n psvchoio 9 icai Associa. : .nounced by Wright C. Pcrcival. parent company, American Re- was designed by Butler Paper's i ninth st., and a Toastmasters May is-i? -W a Hwrt A 5v sociatio°n u , s HO-! president ' of the '"' 1J --- 1 - 11 - '- -• •• Officers said the new single-j engineers. Abild Construction i Club past president, has joined Ma e y i F s 0 i7 - e i 50 v5a°Federation of Business, - •- - ' <• Professional Women, Hotel Fort Des I eral manager of Moines Division. the Des i neapolis to Dallas, and from ! Denver to Chicago. Stroh Corp., in 1923, came to Des Moines j story building will give-the pa-j Co., Des Moines, is general! from Chicago in 1884 and'per distributor nearly twice the| contractor for the project. promotion, by Ruan Transport Freeman Buys \ PERSONALITIES Corp. of Roy Mustoe to vice 1 * president-operations and Robert In Commerce And Industry I W. E. Amstutz, D«s Moines, has been named "Hustler of the annual conference of the Financial Analysts Federation in Dal- dispatcher, terminal manager, j \ the Stroh Corp., 617 E. Grand i ave., cal - — Slate Statuatory Convention Democratic Party of Iowa, Veterans Memorial Auditorium. - i M«v 14-17 - *lorth Central Allergy Sod- i , • i : ' cty, Johnny 8. Kny's Hyatt House. electrical May 16-I7 — Iowa Mobile Houslna Irtsti- „„_, , _ lute, Hotel Kirkwood Contractors, as , May 16-19 - Professional Photographers manager of the * - of electrical con-; nix JVJ J de -Fulton Named Ankeny Director partment. He had been assistant man-| Jerry Fulton has been named a g e r of the i executive director of the Ankeny Iowa chapter, \ Industrial Development Corpor- Sceley to assistant vice presi- _ _ ' „ „ , dent-operations was announced Fl ' eci1ian Decorating Co., lo Saturday by John Ruan, firm cal convention and trade show | ^VuTmid'^s" zone U las, Tex. president. service firm that has branch (Hotpoint's distribution sales op- i Mustoe, with Ruan Transport offices and warehouses in Dal-1 eration. ; Gary Coleman, 1817 Morton 'las, Houston, Fort Worth, Den-| — ave., has joined the sales staff 'ver and Omaha, has agreed to I H - C ^K Knop, former agen.: of Crescent Chevrolet. , | National Electrical Contractors j ation, a newly : acquire the 30-year-old Tulsa cy manager for Travelers' In- — Association since 1965. Reeves! created position. Flag and Decorating Co.. Tulsa, surance Co.. Des Moines, has; Connor T. Flynn, president, | is a .graduate of. Des Moines I He has been Okla. Terms were not an-? joined Gidel Insurance and!. L essing-Flynn Advertising Co., ! Technical High School and at-i e x e c'u t i v e nounced. . Realty Co. at Rockwell City. ''Des Moines, attended the 26th i tended Iowa Stale University, [director of the D S "Buck" Freeman presi- • • ~ ; annual meeting of Affiliated Ames; Grandview College; and j Ankeny Cham- dent of the Des Moines firm Meyer Home Furnishings has i Advertising Agencies Inter-: the University of Iowa, Iowa ! ber o f C o m- and David Yates, owner and i0pened a new 23<00 ° s Q uare foot i national in New York, N.-Y-r He City. m?rce, a posi- i general manager of the Tulsa-^ acmtv '" Asbury Square shop- j is treasurer and a former presi-' -• - - tion he retains. 101-year-old public Insurance or one of its subsidiaries. NewFirmNamed Moving Agent ROBERT SEELEY district manager, operations and j as O ffj c j a i labor manager. company, said the Oklahoma facilities and personnel will be expanded, and operated as Freeman's Tulsa branch. Freeman Decorating ping center in West Dubuque. • dent of the association. Three Iowa agents of Underwriters National Assurance Co., Indianapolis, Ind. — Charles serves |Smith of Water i 00) riornratrir and <j Pr ! • ' ? e . co "!° r _.f" d ™'_ i Lamb of Des Moines and Dean Co pel a nd Sales Co., Des Moines, has been named broker representative for Curtiss Can-, dy Co. Hugh Chitwood ! The Industrial D e v e 1 opment Retires Here'; Cor P. oration t as ! a nine-member Hugh 0. Chitwood, 38201 board plus one honorary mcm- To O. J. Keiper st Co.- as terminal manager in 1946, j shows a year lt has a W parate was transferred to Ruan Transport as vice president-cement division in 1959 and subsequently became regional manager and structs displays. division, Freeman Design Dis- i company convention at San play Co.. of Dallas and Desj j uani Puerto Rico Moines, that designs and con- _ iBrentwood drive, has retired | ber. Fulton, who is not a board j after 31 years with Monarch I member, will be responsible for; a P- i Life Insurance Co. i tne development of industry in ( were recognized for sales pointed district representative ' Chitwood joined Monarch in j Ankeny. I 1<W and was nromoted to een-! The community has cstab- , , „ . eral agent her!^1941 He hasllished a 250 acre industrial park Kcjper. owner of^ the Keiper Hart & Johnson Air Terminal j servef j the firm as regional 1 in soutn Ankeny. Ace Moving & Storage, Inc., 32(i S.W. Fifth .st.. newly-orga ; nizcd firm, -has been appointed exclusive Mayflower agent for the Des Moines and Indianola area. This was announced by Leon Hough, vice-president of May- Des Monies manufacturer of f| ovvcr W orld Wide Moving, central air conditioning and! Dick p ai ,tvein, 1200 Stephen warm air heating equipment. : cnu ,.| ] nr jjanola, a graduate n[ ! Conn, who joined the firm in Simpson college who has been 1194(5. has served as retail sales- in the mov jng business six I man, territory sales engineer m; yoari mos( rec ently as general j Iowa and Illinois, as division manager of White Line Trans! sales manager and as sales for & Sorage, is president of ! manager. Ace Moving & Storage. • Hcnririx. .joiner! Green Colo- Joe i>p asse . wnn has been | nialin 1945 and has been office. i n the moving business 1ft : manager since 1959. .years, most, recently as owner LJ M. 1C IJ °^ DePasse Moving & Storage, riOiel JOlCL :i244 Iv Twerity.-fourth is secretary-treasurer of Ace Moving & I Storage. for records during a seven-day by Frye Mfg. Co., here. (The Register's Iowa News Service) WATERLOO, IA. - 0. .: Richard Glaza. owner for district manager. rt. JL/./W. Hotel 'Exhibit Designers and Produc- i Moines, has been named man- Noiit r'JL-fiers Association. ! ager of the Toy Fair store at MCU/ V.lici Freeman is serving now as j three years of the Kontinental 'treasurer and a director of the I Krafts and Hobbies in Des .Advertising Company, St. Louis, Mo., has been named to manager and regional vice-president. handle display advertising for H e was twice winner of the ! the Municipal irport. , _ firnVs -president's Cup," qual- ! ified six times for membership Division Post To Gearhart Louis Le Blanc has been ap-i Woodruff Heads pointed as executive chef at j HotekFort Des Moines, accord- i ing toJ^IVOU: man, hotel ^general managet. He comes from Chicago, Jll., where he was executive rhef of the La ;Salle Hotel. A -;native of New Orleans, La., •hn has worked Jin various ho- jLindale Plaza in Cedar Rapids. ; New York's Des Moines agen- . , Wlth Mutual of !on its seven-man advisory coun- and was . a member o[ tne K^ l^^ft^?*^™*!* ' (The Register's lows J^ews Service) CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. - Harold Woodruff, Jefferson pharmacist, was installed as president of the Iowa Pharmaceuti- jcal Association at the group's S, A trip to Europe has been i awarded to C. E. Gilbert, area "Top Club" conference in Los! Angeles, Calif. ent years. manager for the Univac division I Personnel Changes New Officers for /\f Qna»*r*\f D •* n ft /"Vv*** fs%i* I _ ^* . . .^K. of Sperry Rand Corp., for achieving the highest attainment j Howard Gearhart, former manager of I-XL Remodeling center here, and most recently with the Kitchi en Division of | A. A. Schnei- • derhahn Co., Des Moines, By Insurance firm Construction Grdup \ has been ap pointed sales LOUIS LE BLANC :tels in New Orleans, New York, I dent; and Jack Bare, N.Y., Miami, Fla., and Colum- 1 antville, treasurer. annual meeting here last week i Other officers elected and in- I stalledxwere Robert Ohrlund, ; Storm Lake, president-elect; David Stewart^ Des Moines, I first vice-president- Gill Harl| liep, Ames, second vice-presi- Pjeas- over assigned branch quota. | Farm Bureau Insurance has- The ' Central Iowa chapter, announced two personnel Construction Specifications In- Lance S. Nelson of the securities department, Central Life Assurance Co., attended the changes. manager of the division, stitute, has elected Gail Mar-; Tnis was an _ Opportunities To Sfell Abroad bus, Ohio. La Blanc studied his apprenticeship as a chef in Europe, including the Grand Veauxfour ^restaurant in Paris, the St. • : Mbritz- Hotel in Nice, and the •Sa\'9y Hotel in London, England. '-Attends Agency '. Group The officers serve also on the association's- .executive committee with Ferrell Reed, Clarinda, chairman of the house of delegates, Robert Gibbs, Des Moines, the association's executive director, and the following j directors: • Al "Houwfeling, Des IfdtheS; Wes Brown, Keokuk; Larry Al- 1 brecht, Ida Grove; Gary Boeke, ° 5 ' The following trade potential leads art furnished by the D*s.Moines Field Office, wishes to "purchase "condensed' milk, in consumer size packs, especially smaller MINED FOODS-A firm In Switzerland wishes to purchase specialties for Hotel and institutional trade and a firm in Malawi wishes to purchase canned veoe- - lies in.smaller size cans. Belgian dis- — --- , ——. .- .-.-.»ent an Iowa supplier In harrows, (farm) and attach- .U.S. .Department of Commerce: OAIRV PROOUCTS-A firm In tables In smaller size cans. FARM MACHINERY LA Belgian tributor wishes to represent an c ME rey lpatters< anel ma- MACHINERY - An IIIIICl 7, TALWORKING agent in Israel wishes exclusive representation for ;all; kinds of .metalworkjns and P " Israel.wishes'exclusive n _ fag—. polisFing, lathes. ~an<i"mlllin'g"ma' Norman C. Randolph, jr., 23lf _ »»/.•• •Scandia circle, here, brokerage \EmmettButlerW ill no, arlnding llr' ' ' AfR"CONDITIIONERS-<Rooni size) A distributor In Angoja wishes to represent California, has completed aj. Emmett Butler, former direc- .week-long agency management tor of public and employe rela- ;development program at the tions for the Maytag Co., New•company's home office in Los j ton, will speak at the May Angeles, Calif. j meeting of the central Iowa ' The company also announced j chapter, American Institute of ; that Terry Lee Boettcher, 2714 j Industrial Engineers, following "Fleur drive, here, has been j a dinner Tuesday evening at ;named an agent for the Desj the Bavarian Haus restaurant, ELeCTRONrc ' EPUIPMENT' -"French firm, industrial sales representatives, seek Jowa^manufacturer to represent for u-*.naf-- *ENT AND SCHOOL FURNITURE - French manufacturer seeks to represent or to conclude licensing Niroso " "— ARTIClJES^»ench'dliiri6iitoV"seekrtb import above products to distribute in French market. --CESSORIES AN Moines branch. i 5216 E. Fourteenth st. ._ , J<J. Firm In England wishes to import. TOYS, AND SMALL GADGETS FOR CHILDREN M3 YEARS. French buyer seeks supplier. TROPHIES, METALS, SPORT CUPS, ETC. Irish importer seeks supplier. For details on these business opportunities write World Trade Department, t Greater Des Moines Chamber of "Com' merce, 800 High St., Oes Moines, Iowa [Vend ing and Manufacturing Co.^ here, purchased the 152- rqojrl Ellis Hotel and^ building here from the Ellis Hotel Co. Purchase price of the facility, which has been a Boss hotel, was not given. Space in the building formerly occupied by the Bishop Cafeteria has been sold to Akin Enterprises, Inc., local firm that is owned by Ethan Akin, president of Canteen Food Service of Waterloo. A new restaurant, Lancer Cafeteria, will be opened there, with Leslie H. .Reeder, an em- Returns Here in Commercial Role John R. Kirkwood has been DJLmJiJL.general commercial manager for Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. in Iowa. He has been general c o m m ercial and traffic manager for the company in .Fargo, N.D. A native of Sioux City, Kirkwood was JOHN R. graduated from Central ' High KIRKWOOD ploye of Canteen Food Service,; Scnoo i tnere anfl the University -acting as manager. | of j owai Iowa city _ ",""" i Kirkwood joined American KetireS ', Telephone and Telegraph Co. al After 40 Years ; Kansas Cit>; ' Ma in 1957 - ' ln Ronald L. Palmer, 7209 Rose- quart, architect, as president; pounced by R. land drive, formerly agency ac- for the coming year. E . McCarthy, Other new officers: Herbert| p res jdent or A. Specker, vice president; Jack: A schneiderhahn. He said the • Colvig treasurer; and John A. (f jj v j s j ori) wn j c h distributes 1-XL 'Christiansen, secretary. Roger j cabinets, Westinghouse appli- LeRoy Fleming, 1118 Oak | Molnes as J 1181 ™ 1 P lant su P e1 'Stetson, Robert Brierly and J. ances, and Broan Range Hoods,! Park ave., has retired from | mtendent for AT&T. He trans- W. Larson were named to the j j s .adding Triangle Pacific Cabi- i Northwestern Bell Telephone j ferred to Northwestern Bell as board of directors. ; nets to its line. ' Co. after more The Institute is a national al-i A. A. Schneiderhan has ex- than 40 years liance of firms doing business! panded its territory to included of service, in the construction industry,] western Iowa, which is serviced j He was. hon- RONALD L. PALMER MARLYN M. WATERM^ILLER j countant, .has ,.;fee,eii--:appoiatefj] sales department *<"><*«>• 1 records supervisor. Named senior accountant ,is Marlyn M. WatermiUer, 2518 E.j working to improve cp-ordina- through a Sioux City ware- tion and communication. There i house. are 60 member firms in the cen-! ^ tral Iowa chapter. j Grinnell Mutual \ dinner Ad Wins Award f chael ' s GRINNELL, IA. -. A merit' rant. ored by friends and fellow employees at a at Mi- agency j Computer Supplier , . -. (Chooses momson \ award in national advertising Fleming be- Terence D Morrison has iCompetiUon has been received I gan his tele- (general personnel supervisor in i 1966 and was named to the Fargo position in early 1968. Co. and a similar award to its Ovid ave., whose duties will in-!been appointed sales manager!^ Grinnell Mutual elude agency accounting. :for Data Documents, Inc., Palmer_will be working with Omaha, Neb., in central Iowa, agents' production credit, con-i with headquarters in .LEROY FLEMING as an installer for Western EARL LANE RETIRES Earl Lane, 1630 -Northwest ] drive, has retired after many years a salesman for National Manufacturing and Stamping Co., Jefferson, manufacturer of Ideal farm feeding and watering equipment. test determination and agent!Moines. benefit programs. He has been an account rep- i M*>*etmg Association.^ WatermiUer has been in in-iresentative with Data for 2'/2 Boy on the i<arm surance accounting with Consumers Life, National Equity ., Mohawk Advertising of Electric. He transferred to Mason City, from the National Northwestern Bell in 1932 and Agricultural Advertising. and.._since 1947 has been an engineer. . ls Life and Life. National Travelers ye Data Documents is a national f econfd color television promotion for FarMulual Insurance. Champion Glove computer supply manufacturer with 14 plants in the United States and one in Canada. i John W. Harlow, jr., has been C.UV Names Doyle Robert E. Doyle, who joined the first-place "Best of Agricul- universal C.I.T. in 1963 as a The ad advanced to NAAMA's national contest after winning ture" award in Iowa New Smitty's Big Town r appointed an account represent- ..,. .. atiVe with Data in Des Moines.! P etltloa _ earljer ; A native of Missouri Valley, Parker L. Willson, 3941 Fifty- Harlow recently joined the firm fifth st., has been named plant in the Omaha home office, manager for Champion Glove — Mfg. Co., here. Advertising Club Willson, with the firm since 1964 and most recently office manager, will co-ordinate the 1<ne Advertising Club of Des fabrication of raw material into I Moines will meet Tuesday, May the finished product. Hie company distributes gloves to all 50 states and exports overseas. nh .R t ,i S , P r- s .owa Newsservice) MARSHALtTGWNr-IAr - j 12. Speakers will be Thomas A. Cody, advertising manager of Volkswagen North Central, and Donald Matthews Volkswagen, i account supervisor for Doyle, AT rj j . Dane Bernbach. New Headquarters ' The meeting will be open to __ . . _.;._ \ for J {£ J Studios i ^embers of both the women's Smith has a company that qp- stores-in 1967 to Gil's Super-: J & J Studios a Des Moines ^ men s adverUsin $ _ dubs ' ^±!±^^^.^±^" St ° : Valu. Smith's nephew. Gene, art and photography studio, has Investment Bankers com- customer service representative in Council Bluffs, has been named manager of the firm's Des Moines branch at 825 Lo- Dinner Tuesday cust st The May meeting of the Iowa Doyle, who graduated from Floor Covering Club will be at j North High School, Omaha, Hotel Kirkwood Tuesday eve-! Neb., and attended the Unjver- ning with Ernest G. Conner, of sity of Omaha, has served as Mohawk Carpet Mills, contract branch manager in Ottumwa sales, as the speaker following! and most recently in Fort the dinner. ! Dodge. is building a new 37,DOO-square- foot "Smitty's Big Town" su- ! pei-market here that is sched- Uled to open next fflfltfk ; The store is designed as a duplicate to Smnty's Big Town t store in Phoenix, Ariz., where, in an artist's sketch above, re- manager of the MarshaUtown: pansiwi of Qper9 ^ ms a ccord-T The Iowa Investment Bankers places Smith's sjnaller store. Ii store. Smitty's Super Valu Inc. ing ^ j ac k Andrews, president. Association annual field day will have a restuarant and bak-l also owns a store in Altpjona. The new location includes ex- and golf outing will be Wednes- *ry, as well as grocery, meat; . rftMpa . „.»_„,.,. ftn (ho .ecutive offices, expanded art iday, May 20, at Wakonda Club. and sundry items, and a 700-car * jenenu conuatior on me j facijitjes plus a large .. wnite : A rece pa 0 n will be at the Des parking lot. new project here is Gethmann roam " photo studio stUl under ; Moines dub the preceding eve- Smith sold three Waterloo \ Construction Co., Gladbrook. i construction. ^ing. May 19. SYSTEMS & PROCEDURES CONSULTANTS BETTY FRY JONES COMMERCIAL INTERIOR DESIGN CONSULTANTS JUDY MOORE LET US ENHANCE YOUR COMMUNICATIONS ENVIRONMENT < OFFICE INC. . 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