T^V A 1 T? 1 I Time ' Herold - Carroll, la. o f^ • | f~J f Deaths, r unerals | ;;;:':i^° 1976 2 IJaily Kecord MRS. GEORGE BERGER Mrs. George (Theresia) Berger, 77, died at 9:30 a.m. Monday at her home, 1420 Quint Avenue, Carroll. She had been in failing health for five weeks. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at St. Lawrence Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Sharp Funeral Home. The rosary will be recited Tuesday at 8 and 8:45 p.m. and Wednesday at 3 p.m. by the Legion of Mary, also at 8 and 8:45 p.m. Mrs. Berger was born at Willey Sept. 9, 1898, a daughter of Henry and Margaret Behling Brincks. She spent her youth in the Willey community and attended school there. On March 1, 1919, she married Mr. Berger at Canute, Okla., and they farmed south of Carroll. In 1924 they moved to another farm IVfe miles south of Willey and in 1944, to a farm near Coon Rapids. They lived there until retiring and moving to 1420 Quint Avenue in 1958. The couple celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1969. Mr Berger died Feb. 18,1972. Mrs. Berger was a 'member of St. Lawrence Church and Ladies Guild and an auxiliary member of the Legion of Mary. Nine children survive, including Mrs. William (Marie) Riesberg of Roselle, Mrs. Rubert (Leona) Seidl and Mrs. Albert (Frances) Meiners of Coon Rapids; Joseph H., Lucille, who lived with her mother, and Mrs. Elmer (Bernice) Bluml of Carroll; Alvin of Farnhamville; Raymond of Glidden; and Edmund of Lidderdale. Also surviving are 45 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Reineke and Mrs. William (Margaret) Schmitz of Carroll; and two brothers, Ben and Tony Brincks, Carroll. Besides her husband, Mrs. Berger was preceded in death by two granddaughters, five brothers and a sister. WILLIAM D. LUX LIDDERDALE - Final rites were held here Monday afternoon for William D. Lux, 68, retired Lidderdale businessman who died March 27 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, Carroll. Mass of the resurrection was offered at 1:30 p.m. in Holy Family Church with the Rev. Robert Gralapp as principal celebrant. Con-celebrants were the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., of Carroll, the Rev. A.E. McCoy of Cherokee and the Rev. Robert Phillips of Rockwell City. Donald Berger, Dennis Berger and Bobby Berger were mass servers. In the offertory procession were Mary, Mark, Dan and Amy Morrissey, Matthew, Andrew and Nicholas Ramaekers and Sarah Jean Lux, all grandchildren of Mr. Lux, and his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lux. Vocal music was provided by Mary Berger, Jane Otto, Gail Reicks, Sr. Genny Morrissey and Mary Jo Morrissey. Organist was Joyce Pudenz. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. Roland B. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rotert and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wenck. Active pallbearers were Ray Berger, Lowell Daniel, Art Wenck, Lawrence Sporleder, Earl Kanne and Henry Huegerich. Interment was in the parish cemetery, under direction of the Twit Funeral Home of Carroll. The church was filled with relatives and friends from Lincoln, Oakland and Omaha, Neb.; Tacoma and Sumner, Wash.; Winnebago, Minn.; Cullum, 111.; Memphis, Mo.; and the following Iowa towns besides the Lidderdale area: Carroll, Auburn. Lake View, Lake City, Breda, Templeton, Glidden, Halbur, Arcadia, Mason City, Sigourney, Emerson, Early, Jefferson, Fort Dodge and Duncombe. RICHARD L. HARTZELL Relatives and friends from several states and Iowa towns attended funeral rites here at 2 p.m. Monday at First United Methodist Church for Richard L. Hartzell, 52, of Carroll. They were from Aberdeen and Ipswich, S.D.; Yakima and Belvue, Wash.; Pinole, Calif.; Minneapolis and Worthington, Minn.; Chicago, 111.; Halbur, Atlantic, Gray, Glidden, Auburn, Madrid, Manning and Schaller. Mr. Hartzell died at his home Friday, March 26. BERNARD J. COMES Bernard J. (Ben) Comes, 80, of 315 N. Crawford St., Carroll, died at his home at 12:45 p.m. Monday, March 29. A real estate and insurance salesman, he had been ill for three years. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Thursday in Holy Spirit Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Twit Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Tuesday and at 3, 8 and 9 p.m. Wednesday. Mr. Comes was a lifelong resident of Carroll County and lived at the above address for 51 years. He was born at Roselle April 2, 1895, a son of Peter and Johannah Pittman Comes, and was educated at Roselle. On July 24. 1917, he married Frances Clara Neuerburg at SS. Peter and Paul Church in Carroll. He was a member of Holy Spirit Church and the Holy Name Society of the parish. Surviving are a son, LaRoy of Carroll; three daughters, Mrs. Cyril (Arlene) Wessling and Mrs. Albin (Ivola) Wessling of Carroll and Mrs. Warren (LaVonne "Bonnie") Marks of Scranton; ten grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Mr. Comes was preceded in death by his wife on June 6, 1974, and by a grandson, Steven Wessling. DONALD L. HILLYER The funeral of Donald Lowell Hillyer, 67, of Carroll, held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at First United Methodist Church, was attended by relatives and friends from many Iowa towns and three other states. Those from a distance were from Omaha, Neb.; Long Beach and Gardena, Calif.; and Bloomington, 111. Iowa towns included Audubon, Holstein, Gray, Dedham, Scranton, Cedar Falls, Des Moines, Templeton, Guthrie Center, Lake View, Knoxville, Panora, Adair, Coon Rapids, Sheldahl, Ames, Hamlin, Cambridge, Jefferson, Glidden, Atlantic, Spencer and Lidderdale as well as Carroll. Active pallbearers were Darrell Scott, Emery Kennett, Telford Anson, Clarence Spaen, Wayne Daniels and Felix Langenfeld. Mr. Hillyer died Friday, March 26, at St. Anthony Hospital. Mrs. George (Theresia) Berger Carroll — Age 77 Friends may call at (he Sharp Funeral Home, Carroll, after 7 p.m. Tuesday Rotary: . 8:00 p.m. Tuesday 8:45 p.m. Tuesday 3:00 p.m. Wednesday by the Legion of Mary 8:00 p.m. Wednesday 8:45 p.m. Wednesday Mass of the Resurrection: 1:30 p.m. Thursday at St. Lawrence Church Officiating: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry Karhoff Interment Mt, Olivet Cemetery Bernard J. (Ben) Comes Carroll — Age 80 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home k after 7 p.m. Thursday Rosary at 8 p.m. Thursday Rosary at 3, 8 and 9 p.m. Friday Mass of the Resurrection 1 p.m. Thursday at Holy Spirit Church Officiating Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Final Resting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery SHARP TWIT CIIUEDAI UntAC ™ • • • • FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll for 35 yean Markets GRAIN '. . Soybeans, No. 2 '.... .$4.25 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.43 Oats ' 1.45 OMAHA, Neb. (APMUSDA) — Livestock quotations Tuesday: Hogs: 2,500; barrows and gilts slow, opening steady, later rounds 25-50 lower; U.S. 1-3, 200-240 Ib 46.5047.00, later 46.00-46.50; sows 50-75 higher, instances 1.00 higher; 350-600 Ib 42.00-42.75. Cattle and calves: 3,700; slaughter steers and heifers active, 50-75 higher, instances 1.00 higher; small supply of cows active, 50-1.00 higher; 4 loads and part loads choice, some with erid-prime, 1,025-1,150 Ib steers 38.00; choice 1,000-1,275 Ib 36.50-37.75; 9 loads choice and prime 975-1,050 Ib heifers 37.00; choice 875-1,050 Ib 35.2536.50, occasionally 36.60-36.75; utility and commercial cows 27.00-29.50, part load 30.00; canner and cutter 21.50-27.00. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USD A) — Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Tuesday 65,000; actual receipts Monday 88,000; week ago 66,000; year ago 46,000. Trade slow; demand moderate; butchers mostly 25, instances 50 lower than midsession Monday; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 44.25-44.50; plants 44.75-45.50; few 44.00-45.75; sows steady to weak, U.S: 1-3 270-330 Ibs 39.00-41.00. DES MOINES, Iowa (API- Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at the close of business Monday. Prices compiled from country elevators by the Iowa and U.S. Departments of Agriculture: Corn Soybeans Northwest 2.34-2.41 4.17-4.29 N. Central 2.38-2.44 4.27-4.32 Northeast 2.40-2.51 4.29-4.43 Southwest 2.30-2.37 4.18-4.31 S. Central 2.34-2.44 4.25-4.33 Southeast 2.46-2.54 4.38-4.49 Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) -Prices rose slightly on the Chicago Board of Trade today, with wheat leading the upswing after a week of steady declines. , .Wheat futures, .jumped as much as 5Vi cents. Sources said continued'rain or thunderstorms in the Midwest and some moisture in the arid Southwest helped the price spurt. The unsettled political situation in Argentina also was a positive factor. Rain in the Midwest also boosted corn prices about a cent but after three straight days of losses, some recovery was expected there. Oats moved forward by as much as 2 cents. Soybeans also gained despite increased Brazilian competition and devaluation of the cruzeiro Monday. Prices were up about 2 cents. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP)-Profit- taking pressures pushed stock prices lower again today in continued quiet trading. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks, which dropped 6.06 on Monday, was down another 5.90 at 991.50 at noon today. Losers outnumbered gainers by close to a 2-1 margin among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. , Brokers said the market's recent sluggishness 1 seemed to have convinced many investors that it had run out of upward energy for the moment. Some analysts also s,aid there was a bit of concern that the economic recovery might soon reach the point of increased upward pressure on inflation and interest rates. Sony was the most active NYSE issue, down 'A at 9 in trading marked by a 200,000- share block that traded at that price on the Midwest Stock Exchange. • Code (Continued From Page 1) to make "no knock" raids. The other was to delete a provision to allow judges to order persons suspected of a crime but not under .arrest to submit to fingerprinting, appearance in a police lineup or other identification procedures. Rep. Julia Gentleman, R-Des Moines, said there is too much chance of law officers showing up at the wrong hoyse and terrorizing' residents in serving "no knock" warrants. COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Maurice F. Friedman, Templeton, Kent; Orland D. Fara, Manning, Chevrolet; Mary E. Jochims, Carroll, Oldsmobile. Real Estate Transfers— Eileen and August Mundt to Lenus Mundt, et al, NE'/4SE l /4, Sec. 19, Twp. 83N, Range 36W. August and Eileen Mundt to Lyle and Larry Mundt, NW'/iNW'/i, Sec. 29, Twp. 83N, Range 36W. Chester and Elta M. Brown to Wendell D. and Rose M. Stoner, Lot 2, SE'/iSW'Xi, Sec. 18, Twp. 84N, Range 34W. Eastside Development Corp., Inc., to Wendell D. and Rose M. Stoner, Lot 2, SE'/4SW'/4, Sec. 19, Twp. 84N, Range 34W. Duane F. and Shirley A. Filsinger to Thomas W. and Marguerite G. Madigan, Lot 8, Block 9, Applewood Knolls Addition, Carroll. Robert L. and Harriet C. McDonald to Robert H. and Carole A. Dirkx, Lot 5, Part of Lot 4 and Part of alley, Westlawn Addition, Carroll. John E. and Betty J. Olerich to John and Mary A. White, Lot 6, Block 1, Third Parkview Addition, Carroll. Nicolaus Petersen to Tom W. Ryan, Part of Out Lot A, Krause and Kennebeck's Addition, Carroll. Glaus H. and Judith A. Bunz to Warren C. and Sue Puck, Lot 7. Block 3, Bunz Addition, Manning. Bonnie 0. Minnich Estate, et al, to Edwin B. and Elmer P. Berger, Lot 13, Block 4, Brutsche and Garst's First Addition, Coon Rapids. POLICE DEPARTMENT It's the Law— The Carroll City Code states, "No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle at a place designated as a taxi stand, loading zone or reserved parking when officially signed and designated." CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Monday— Anna Burns taken from St. Anthony Regional Hospital to the Carroll Health Center. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions March 25— Shari Mensing, Coon Rapids Admissions March 26— ,,i, Mrs. Denis Fichter,, Carroll Mrs. Emma Servoss, Carroll Stacy Sporleder, Carroll Eric J. Rust, Carroll Jennifer Tunning, Carroll Admissions March 27— Robert F. Cunningham, Carroll Mrs. Peter J. Eischeid, Halbur Mrs. Emil Wurr, Coon Rapids Kenneth D. Snyder, Carroll Mrs. Charles Wittrock, Carroll Admissions March 28— Fred P. Meister, Carroll Phillip Stukenholtz, Carroll Orlin P. Steinkamp, Wall Lake Mrs. Lonnie Kropf, Breda Carmen A. Pudenz, Lohrville Justin F. Carlson, Carroll Mrs. Robert Overmohle, Carroll Admissions March 29— Mrs. Lawrence Riesselman, Carroll Bradley Cramer, Audubon Ray J. Roster, Arcadia Dean A. Hepp, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. Louis Tigges, Glidden, a daughter, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Neil Woebke, Manilla, a son, Monday. Expansion of Home for Aged Okayed LAKE CITY — A $285,000 construction project for the Lake City Home for Aged, Inc., has been approved by the Office for Planning and Programming's Health Facilities Construction Review Committee. The money will be used to construct a 28-bed addition to the facility, located west of Fire Blamed on a Sparrow ESTHERVILLE, Iowa (AP) — Fire that caused minor damage to the porch of the Raymond Hum home here has been blamed on a sparrow that apparently-carried a smoldering cigarette butt to its nest. Ask $440,000 for Injuries DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Mr. and Mrs. David Kuhns of Winterset are seeking $440,000 damages from Steve Allen, Winterset, as the result of a construction accident in Altoona two years ago. Rain and Snow in Iowa; Some Power Outages By The Associated Press Iowa had several forms of precipitation Tuesday. (Carroll received 1.65 inches of rain and two and a half inches of snow which quickly turned to slush.) The rain that was so welcomed in the state Monday turned to wet snow in the northern half of the state as colder air moved eastward across Iowa. A travelers advisory was in effect for north central and southwest sections of the state, where two to three inches of wet snow along with strong northerly winds were reported. Some power outages were reported in the Fort Dodge area, which already had two inches of snow clinging to utility lines early Tuesday. The rain and snow were accompanied by northerly winds gusting in excess of 40 miles an hour. Temperatures did not to rise much during the day and readings fell in the eastern counties as the colder air moved into that section. Highs Monday ranged from Winners iii Schools Science Fairs Told 46 at Spencer to 57 at Burlington. Overnight lows ranged from 30 at Council Bluffs to 51 at Davenport. Skies, should clear from the west Tuesday night and it will be colder with lows from the 20s northwest to the 30s southeast. Highs Wednesday should be in the 40s under partly cloudy skies. Ames and Fort Dodge reported about an inch and one-half of precipitation in the 24 hours ending at 7 a.m., while Des Moines, Waterloo, Mason City, Council Bluffs, Sioux City and Lamoni each had about an inch. DEMOLAY MEETS Mike Shields was presented with the DeMolay's Founders Award at the Hugh de Payen Chapter, Order of DeMolay meeting Monday night. He was given the award for bringing five new members into the chapter. The DeMolays discussed having a booth and float for the Carroll bicentennial. Basketball practice schedules for the upcoming DeMolay basketball tournament in Des Moines April 2-3 were set up. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Travelers advisory north' central and southwest today. Becoming partly cloudy extreme northwest, otherwise rain or snow today. Chance of thunderstorms east with snow accumulations of two to three inches likely in north-central and southwest. Highs in 50s east and 40s west. Clearing from west tonight with lows in 20s southwest and 30s southeast. Partly cloudy Wednesday with highs mostly in 40s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Thursday Through Saturday Little or no precipitation. Highs the 50s Thursday, cooling to 40s and low 50s Saturday. Lows mostly the 30s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 49 Yesterday's low 38 At 7 a.m. today 35 At 10a.m. today 40 Precipitation (24 hours prior to 7 a.m.) 1.65 in. rain; 2.5 in. snow Weather A Year Ago- High temperature a year ago today in Carroll was 37 and the low, 17 degrees. In A.F. Unit- T-S. Richard A. Wiebers is serving with the Thunderbirds of Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada. The Thunderbirds are the Air Force's first recognized bicentennial organization. Wiebers, son of the Elvin Wiebers, has served with the Air Force for nine years. Lake City on Iowa 175, Mrs. Robert Lindsay, nursing home administrator said. Additional dining area and laundry space will also be built, she said. The home, locally known as the Shady Oaks Nursing Home, currently contains 113 beds. "The home is filled to capacity now and that's why we need more beds," Mrs. Lindsay said. The addition will be an extension of Madison Hall towards the rear of the building, she said. Construction is expected to begin soon, and should be completed by the fall, she added. The nursing home is the only one in Lake City, Mrs. Lindsay said. The home was evaluated by the committee according to the need of the area, manpower, cost effectiveness and cost containment, she said. The committee is responsible for the review of all health facility construction projects in Iowa. The Lake City home presently provides skilled and intermediate nursing care. Skilled care includes therapy training, i.e., patients with fractured hips will be provided withi therapeutical services, Mrs. Lindsay explained. With the new addition, the facility hopes to also provide custodial care for the aged, she said. According to Mrs. Lindsay, the nursing home staff works closely with physicians in the city. The home is about a block from the Stewart Memorial Hospital in Lake City. The facility has been in operation since 1968. It has a •staff of 13 professional nurses, providing 24 hour nursing care, Mrs. Lindsay said. The home is a corporation with private stockholders from the Lake City area, she added. Former lowan to Head Unit in Union Probe WASHINGTON (AP) - A former lowan has been named to head an investigative team looking into alleged misuse of labor power, including alleged ties between organized crime and the International Teamsters Union. ' Associate counsel LaVern Duffy, formerly of Independence, Iowa, will direct the staff under acting chairman Sen. Sam Nunn, D-Ga., and will receive "whatever manpower is necessary at each step of the way," Nunn said. The Senate permanent investigations subcommittee issued a statement Monday initiating the probe into labor-management practices, ordering that "several case studies be developed and presented to the subcommittee for review and possible hearings." Teen May Have Died of a Stroke MONONA, Iowa (AP) — A rural Monona teenager who died Saturday in a LaCrosse, Wis., hospital may have suffered a stroke, according to preliminary medical reports. Authorities said Jeffery Hagensick, 16, a member of the Monona MFL High School track and basketball teams, collapsed after track practice Thursday. Students from Holy Spirit and St. Lawrence School^ participated in their annual school science fairs on Saturday and Sunday. Seventh and eighth grade students of science teacher Larry Toole entered 74 single and dual projects at Holy Spirit School on Saturday. The projects were viewed by members of the parish after the Sunday morning masses. Judges of thfe Holy Spirit projects were Sr. Jean Kasperbauer,, Sr. Betty Shakal and Sharon Alcorn, all of the Kuemper High School science department. Over 300 science projects were entered at the St. Lawrence Science Fair by students in the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grades. A breakfast and open house was held Sunday for those persons viewing the projects. The breakfast was served by the St. Lawrence Men's Club. In charge of the Science Fair was Eliseo Evangelista, chairperson of the St. Lawrence School Science Department. St. Lawrence judges were Sr. Virginia Jennings, science teacher at Sacred Heart School, Templeton, and Jerry Spieler, science teacher at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School, Mt. Carmel. Listed below are the first, second, third and fourth place student winners in the science fair competition from each school. Holy Spirit School eighth grade first- place — Jim Kalkoff, Mark Hammen, John Gradovllle, Dave Gute, John Mosher, Duane Vanderhelden, Karen Frischmeyer, Glna Otto, Doreen Relff, Mary Boulware, Mary Longnecker, Teresa Gleason, Kitty Knoblauch and Terri Johnson. Second place — Gretchen Belter, Pattl Lampe, Amy Greteman, Cindy Taphorn, Mike Router;- Jay Heisterkamp, Brian Neppl, Mark Bernlng and Patty Greteman. Third place — John Staley, Lois Reisberg, Becky Hannasch, Jane Brenny, Daryl Sanders, Donna Soyer, Alan Daniel, Jeff Warnke, Jerry Espenhover, Mike McDermbtt and Mike Ruplper. Fourth place — Bob Hoffman, Kevin Maschlng, Mark Schon, Rachael Roiger, Laura Smith, Beth Schechinger, Paul Espenhover, Chris Coppock and Chris Mosman. Seventh grade first place — Jo Ann Steffes, Lisa Langenfeld, Cecelia Comito, Lori Loew, Jill Pietig, Matt Whaley, Scott Cawley, Kristi Stangl, Gary Kasperbauer, Donna Masching, Rhonda Wittrock and Marie Brincks. Second place — Steve Nurse, Craig Augustas, Loras Hackfort, Mary Pat Greteman, Jemma Ebner, Brian Hoffman, Beth Wolterman, Cheryl Schneider, Kathy Midland and 1 Linda Lechtenberg. .Third place. .-^ Kay Johnson ,' Becky Erlcson, Kyle DeYoung, Karen Bernlng, Carla Boes, Joyce Gehling, Jolene Ocken, DeAnn Irlbeck, Jodl Clark, Claudia Christensen, Jane Roiger, Lori Kraus, Michelle McDermott, Ben • Busche, Dean Dailey, Bill Otto, Richard Berning and Terri Helthoff. Fourth place — Ed Vanderheiden, Steve Lasher, Brian Behrens, Lisa Stangl, Jerry Kluver, Jim Thelen, Helen Julich, Paula Daniel, Lisa Weltl, Clay Coppock, Tim Ortner, Donn Mossman and Bill Henrlch. Sixth Grade third place — Steve Kraus and Denise Bernlng. St. Lawrence School eighth grade first place — Amy Baumhover, Carol Herman, Scott Beckman, Todd Bierl, Cathy Carruthers, Connie Wleland, Patty Cavanaugh, Kathy Daeges, Ken Knight, Joan Llckteig, Mike • Tornadoes (Continued From Page 1) supplied electricity for rescue crews and other officials, and utility company crews worked to restore telephone, gas and electric service. Cabot Mayor Willie Ray said he was at City Hall when the National Weather Service telephoned a warning about 3:15 p.m. Ray said he saw the tornado coming and told city officials to "blow the whistle," Identifies Man as Burglar Who Shot Him DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) An Iowa State University student has identified a Des Moines man in custody for illegal possession of explosives and other charges as the burglar who shot him during a scuffle in an Ames fraternity house March 17. Joel Peterson, 18, Story City, picked Scott Campbell, 26, out of a police lineup Monday shortly after being released from an Ames hospital where he had been treated for a bullet wound. Campbell was being held by police here following a burglary Friday night in which Campbell broke his wrist attempting to escape from a second-story . apartment. Police searched Campbell's apartment Sunday and found "a considerable amount of dynamite, detonation devices and other explosives," and an estimated $25,000 worth of merchandise. Campbell was expected to be transferred to Ames later this week, where he faces additional charges in connection with the burglary and shooting. Maystadt, Jane Menke, James Smith, Karen Stpckert and John Strautman. Second place — Kevin Ausman, Torn Dalhoff, Jason Eischeld, Rick Kanne, Richard Kloser, Tom Kruse, Lori Meyer, Rhonda Moore, Linda Schaefer, Renee Nepple, Paul Sing- sank, Peggy Snyder, Jerry Tegels, Rhonda Wenck, Dick Wernlmont Marilyn Wittrock and Beth Fay. Third place — Brian Bel- llnghausen, Calvin Bliss, Lon Brincks, Jake Burkett, Hank Stork, Lisa Chase, Connie Drees, Greg Dorpinghaus, Jeff Ferden, Ann Hagedorn, Kit Heese, Rhonda Hoffman, Kris Stoner, Brian Loneman, Larry Ludwig, Diane Mlelk, Dave Nelson, Julie Nelson, Renee Ruhde, 'Gina Pollastrlnl, Mary Kay Schmitz, Doug Riesberg, James Rutten, Beth Schechinger, Sharon Schleffer, Charlie Schnetter, David Siepker, Tom Snyder, Kathy Splndler, Mike Stoner, Mike Stukenholtz, Brian Wagner, Joan Wegman, Dan Wenck, Vincent Wernimont, Mary Jo Wleland, Carolyn Wittrock and Richard Wlttry. Seventh grade first place — Marcle Bluml, Leanne Blerl, Lani Evangelista. Kelly Fleskes, Cathy Waters, Lora Hagemann, Mike Headlee, Cathy Knight, John Malett, Mark McLeMan, Tim Sernett and Melanle Stevens. Second Place — Mike Benett, Lori Boes, Cindy Carruthers, Amy Dalker, Jeff Danner, Robert Feldmann, Pat Wledemeler, Kim Foley, Maribeth Bliss, Lori Grossman, Belinda Gute, Diane Hahn, Pam Hannasch, Jeff Harman, Don Heese, Julie Irlbeck, Terri Korwes, Mitch Lelting, Steve Loneman, Barbara Otto, Paula Pollastrlnl, Sheryl Rolfes, Jane Riesberg, Kevin Schaeuble, James Simons, Sheryl Schmitz, Mary Schulte, Lori Brolch, Greg Stockert, James Uhlenkamp, Mark Tlgges, John Bernholtz and Dean Venteicher. ' Third place — Joni Bernholtz, Kim Blerl, Cheryl Heller, Scott Blevins, Danny Brincks, Aura Lee Burkett, Matt Furey, Bruce Gramowskl, Mike Wagner, Jean Jenson, Robyn Moore, Mike Ludwig, Monte Meshek, Beth Meyer, Chris Promes, Joan Relnhart, Kelly Siepker, Bob Starman, Tonia Thraen, Beth Trultt and Marguerite Vonnahme. Fourth place — Mike Naberhaus and Scott Wright. Sixth grade first place — Carol Baumhover, Julie Bliss, Mike Brincks, Shannon Harms, Julie Hugeback, Todd Kanne, Lisa Klahn, Gabrielle Malett, Ron Menke, Mike Renze, Patricia Schulte, Mike Soppe," Jan Vanderheiden, Jerry Wernlmont and Doug Wiederin. Second Place — Glen Badding, Frank Bedford, Patty Bernholtz, Cindy Burrows, Nancy Colllson, Carol Danner, Peg Danner, Gayle Drees, Allen Friedman, John Luchtel, Carolyn Mlelk, Carey Promes, Mike Reibold, Lisa Schenkelberg, Robby Schulz, Lisa Schwabe, Paul Simons, Steve Smith, Tom Stock, James Stoner, Joe Venteicher and Tim Wieland. Third place — Joan Brown, Tami Bluml, Chuck Carruthers, Karen Drees, Jane Hagedorn, Teresa Kruse, Tammy Kruse, Steve Relnart, Tom Schmitz, Taml Thr.aen, Renee Wenek and Michelle Wernimont. Fourth place — Diane Naberhaus, Lisa Rutten and Shelly Steffes. Fifth grade first place — Mary Kay Bueltel, Lisa Danner, Debbie Davis, Marc Muhlbauer, Lisa Murphy, Ann Nelson, Kathy Nelson, Lisa Neppel, Annette Rolfes, Kim Sporrer, Nancy Stockert and Mark Wittry. Second place — Rebecca Balk, Rick Baumhover, Susan'Beidler, Sandy Boes, -Debbie Brincks, Allen • Brolch, Amy Daeges/Karen Foley, Dale Gramowskl, Joni Grote, Lori Helnrichs, Joseph Kloser, Mark Kohorst, Julie Kruse, Connie Ludwig, Karen Ludwig, Bill McKone, David Meyer, Bobbie Moore, Rick . Promes, Mary Riesberg, Susan Schulz, Douglas Siepker, Peggy Stoner, Joann Wenck, Mary Wleland and Randy Williams. Third place — Gail Badding, Michelle Blevins, Dana Bluml, Jane Dalhoff, Doug Derner, Holly Drees, Howard Drees, James Drees, Mike Grote, Danny Hannasch, David Haverman, Lori Hugeback, Don Naberhaus, Mary Lou Nepple, Sean O'Leary, Curt Promes, Susan Pudenz,, Kevin Reiman, Dan Rush, Paul Schulte, Scott Snyder, Katie Strautman, Jean Stukenholtz, Tim Tegels, Kevin Wiederin and Sandy Williams. a warning device which can be heard several blocks from City Hall. Ernie Bailey, 37, a Cabot real estate salesman, said he watched the tornado approach •a school filled with children. Then, he said, the twister "just sort of hopped to the side of the school and went on by." In Canton, an agricultural town of 10,000 about 20 miles north of Jackson, the tornado cut a five-mile-long swath through residential, business and industrial areas. Another tornado touched down in the Mississippi town of Newton, injuring nine persons and damaging between 150 and 200 houses. • Lebanon (Continued From Page 1) which is now concentrated in the hands of Maronite Christians, a sect aligned with the Roman Catholic church. The guerrilla spokesman said leftist warlord Kamal Junblatt called the leftist Moslem allies to a meeting later today to decide on the Arafat proposal. Junblatt has resisted Syrian pressure to stop fighting and has .insisted that only when Franjieh resigns unconditionally and the Maronite Christians agree to radical reforms can a truce be considered. Franjieh, who was shelled out of his suburban palace Thursday, was holed up in the Christian stronghold of Jounieh, 12 miles north of Beirut, and reported still determined to serve out his term. Moslem forces were driving - their Christian foes back into Ashrafiya, Beirut's traditional Christian quarter, and threatening their hold on the port of .Be.irut. .
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