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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Food Service Meeting Set At Roosevelt "Child Feeding — Challenge of the 70’s” is the theme of the annual Iowa School Food .Service Assn. convention to be held at the Roosevelt hotel and Veterans Memorial coliseum Thursday through Saturday. Vern Carpenter, chief of school food service in the Iowa department of public instruction, will open the convention with a “braindusting” session Friday at 3 p.m. at the coliseum. State Superintendent Robert D. Renton and Tom Smith of Brenton Ranks in Marshalltown will be principal speakers at the banquet Friday at 7 p.m. at the Roosevelt. Marjorie Akers of Cedar Rapids, former association president, will install the new officers. Friday morning and afternoon activities include officer training, meeting of the house dele-; gates and exhibits. The Saturday morning program Includes a ‘‘Carousel of Ideas” and a panel discussion and demonstration e n t i tied. ‘‘Capsules of Concern”. A “Conversation and Calories” luncheon will conclude the convention Saturday noon with Dr. John Perryman of Denver. Colo., executive director of the ASFSA, speaking. Oretta Rrust of Mason City is the ISFA president. Other officers are: Alfreda Jacobson. Perry, president-elect; Velma Hirst, Des Moines, secretary, and Esther Bendon, Cedar Rapids, treasurer. Killian^ Men’s Banlon Knit Shirts The summer sportswear shirt that keeps you looking cool . . . even after a round of golf! In navy, white, brown, beige and burgundy. Small thru extra large. Downstairs Budget Store and Lindale Budget Shop Memorial Set By Bar Assn. Memorial services for nine members of the Linn County Par Association who have died since 1%9 will be held at the county courthouse Friday at 1:30 p.m. Friends of the deceased and members of the bar association will deliver eulogies at the ceremony. Among those to be honored are: Former Judge J. Paul Naugh-ton and former Attorneys F. E Corey, Charles Hastings, J. J. Hronek, Frank Hronek, Loren Hullinger. sr., T. M. Ingersoll, Harry Wilmarth and Richard D. Reynolds. Wether you're buying or selling, want ads will work for you. Sale! Women's Stretch Braid Wedge Sandal 4.88 Regularly 7.00 Comfortable and stretchable shoes for summer funl White or ombre with multi-tones. Cushioned insole and light airy upper. Available in sizes 5'/a to IO. Cedar Rapids: Downstairs Budget Store and Lindale Plaza Iowa City: Mall Shopping Center on Six at Sycamore Hip Cedar Rapid* Gazette: Sun.. April 21, 1974 5A Swiss Knit Dress of I 00% Polyester Doubleknit 12.99 Casual shirtwaist style dress keeps you cool even in the heat of the summer! Short sleeve dress comes in white with pink or blue trim on sleeve and front button placket. Machine wash and dry. 12-20. 14'/2-24'/j. Downstairs Budget Store and Lindale Budget Shop THE KILLIAN COMPANY, Cedar Rapid*, Iowa 52406 Jean Joyce, Personal Shopperi Plea*# send me the following dress#* at 1 2.99 plus 39c state sales tax and 75c to cover postage and handling. Size I st Color 2nd Color Pries , Tax 75c Handling Total T-Shirts: S-M-L-Xl Regularly 6 for I I .OO NOW 6 FOR 7.99 Shorts: 28 to 46 Regularly 6 for IO OO NOW 6 FOR 7.99 Here s a great chance to stock up on fomous Kangaroo underwear. Special Savings on 6 fjacks. Special comfort for the active man. Shorts have masculine shaped pouch and horizontal fly. T shirts have polyrib no-sag neckline. Both bright white knit. Cedar Rapids: Downtown Stroot Floor and Lindale Plaza Iowa City: Mall Shopping Center on Six at Sycamore ___ besiz-siugif lo tiDq elpniz \i9V9 no .zpni>botz b9si«p9l bnD szoH \tnDq H9V9 eve* bno tioq ©no no 9vd2 1*\°0S ot qu . . liDq 99irlt no 9iom Dial*! elobniJ bon iooIT tees!? nwotnwod izbiqoS lobtO •so mas yd ta xii no letneD gniqqorid lloM sytiD dwoI Killians' Lindale Plaza, Cedar Rapids and Mall Shopping Center, Iowa City OPEN SUNDAY 12:00 TO 5:00 P.M. Repeat of a Sellout! fantastic assortment of plains or prints Polyester Filled Comforters 11.99 REGULARLY 20.00 Soft as down polyester filled comforters. A minimum of weight that keeps you comfortable on cool nights. 68 ”x80" comforters come in all kinds of fabrics. Dozens of patterns to choose frojri such as floral, geometries, solids, traditional and juvenile prints. Buy several at this price! Codar Rapid*: Aislo Bar, Downtown Stroot Floor Downtown Third Floor and Lindale Plaza Iowa City: Mall Shopping Cantor on Six at Sycamore MONDAY HOURS, CEDAR RAPIDS: KILLIAN S DOWNTOWN ’ v>: ’’’ •’ • - .* • * 1 9:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. . . LINDALE NOON to 9:00 P.M. ' . MALL SHOPPING CENTER, IOWA CITY: 10:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. • V. -* i , • .'' I 7". ’ > ' V,
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