Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 31, 1970 · Page 2
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Sioux City Shades KHS; Denison Nips Tigers Long Drive Nets Central Win, 12-8 A Kuemper comeback drive was thwarted by inches in the final quarter, and the Knights dropped a 12-6 heart-breaker to ninth-rated Sioux City Central here Friday night. After the Knights stared adversity squarely in the face and came out smelling like roses at the start of the fourth frame, they missed a crucial first down by six inches. The Little Maroons had the Knights backed up to the Kuemper seven yard line on a fourth and eight as the final quarter started. A bad center snap prevented Eioh Golwitzer from getting a punt off. He tried to run it out and fumbled to Lon Dentlinger who legged the ball to the 25 for a first down. That shook up the visitors, who were sitting on a 12-6 lead, and gave the Chargers momentum. The ensuing drive carried 61 yards before it bogged down inches short of a first down on the Sioux City 32 yard line with 5:34 left to play. The visitors couldn't sustain a drive after that, but they kept the Knights well away from the goal and wound up in possession of the ball on the Kuemper 15 on a fumbled punt in the final half minute. David Dupree got to the 10 with 13 seconds left and Central let the clock run out. The two clubs traded long drives in the first half and wound up in a 6-6 tie at intermission. Central marched 57 yards ht 12 plays after receiving the opening kick-off and Gary Propeck went over from three yards out with 7:30 left in the initial frame. Dupree's point-after run failed. Mike Frank, a defensive back, rescued the Knights late in the first period when he picked off a pass by Sioux City's Ernie Tweet and returned it from inside the 20 to the 36. Bob Wernimont ripped off a 24 yard gainer on a weak side counter and the Knights were on the way to a touchdown. Kevin Cawley mixed up the offense with passes to Marty Kanne and to Dentlinger and alternated Dale Tigges, Wernimont and Kanne on rushes to cover 63 yards in 10 plays. With the ball inside the one, Cawley went over on a quarterback sneak and it was tied 6-6 three Timet Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, Oct. 31, 1970 plays into the second quarter. A point-after pass failed. Sioux City came storming back and drove to a first down on Kuemper's 38 yard line. At that point Tweet went to the air on a bomb and Cawley intercepted in the end zone for a touohback. The Little Maroons marched 57 yards in 15 plays in the third quarter for the go-ahead touchdown. Dupree and Propeck alternated in I u g g I n g the ball most of the way, and Tweet scampered over on a quarterback keeper from four yards out with 5:59 left in the third period. The point-after Knights . . . See Page 9 Monarchs For 22-18 Rally Win DENISON The Area Games Friday— Sioux City Central 12, Kuemper 6 Denison 22, Carroll 18 Lake City 19, Harlan 7 Sac City 15, Audubon 0 Perry 24, Jefferson 14 Manning 36, Manilla 12 Glidden-Ralston 40, Bayard Monarchs, leading throughout most of the ball game, had to score with only 1:52 left in the game and then stopped a bid by Carroll on the Denison seven yard line to pull out a 22-18 Midwest Conference football victory here Friday night. Craig Whited scored two touchdowns and rambled for 202 yards rushing to pace the Monarch attack while playing in the rain and snow during the second half. 0 Coon Rapids 20, Exira 18 Guthrie Center 37, Scranton 12 Schleswig 40, Ar-We-Va 0 Galva 18, Lake View-Auburn Pomeroy 14, Wall Lake 12 Lake City Upsets Harlan; Shares 1st In Conference Unranked Lake City shook up the Midwest Conference with the upset of the year as the Eagles spilled previously unbeaten and sixth-ranked Harlan, 19-7. The upset propels Lake City Into a first place tie with Harlan in the league standings. Harlan winds up the season against third place Sac City at Harlan next Friday while Lake City finishes the campaign against sixth-place Denison at Denison. Elsewhere in the loop, Sac City defeated Audubon, 15-0; Perry took Jefferson, 24-14; and Denison edged Carroll, 22-18. The Eagles and Cyclones battled through three scoreless frames before Lake City broke the ice with a 16-yard scoring pass from Craig Heath to Dave Doty. Bill Gregory added the conversion kick and it was 70. Kirk Johnson picked off a Harlan pass and returned it 26 yards for another Lake City TD. The conversion failed, but the Eagles had a 13-0 lead. Harlan struck back on a sustained drive and Roger Jacobsen scored on a three yard run. Robin Jacobseh kicked the extra point to make it 13-7 with 1:58 left in the game. The Cyclones attempted an on-side kick, and Lake City's Paul Dowling fielded the ball and rambled 68 yards for a touchdown to put it out of reach, 19-7. In the second quarter, the Eagles held Harlan on the one- yard line after the Cyclones had a third and goal from the four. Statistically, Harlan had a 140 to 84 rushing edge and 93 to 32 passing. Jefferson ran up a 14-8 lead over Perry at the half, fell behind 16-14 in the third and missed a go-ahead field goal attempt from the Perry 10 yard line in the fourth. Bob Stoner then capped an 80-yard Perry drive for the clincher with a short plunge and Scott Whifcon passed to Roger Stech for a two-pointer for the 24-14 final score. Jefferson's scoring came on a 60 yard pass from Kevin Wand to Warren Jantz and a one yard plunge by Matt Byrnes. Ray King scored on a three- yard run and on a 20 yard pass from Stan Blaue to lead Sac City past the Audubon Wheelers. (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) A blocked punt set up Denison's first touchdown after the two teams played a scoreless first quarter. Taking over on the Carroll 16 after Keith Schwenn blocked the Tiger punt, Denison sophomore quarterback Jerry Hansen was thrown for an eleven yard loss, but Whited took over and went into the end zone three plays later with 4:05 left to play in the first half. Whited added the extra point and Denison owned an 8-0 lead. But three minutes later Carroll struck for a touchdown on a 17-yard pass from Kim Thorup to Randy Plotz. The 83-yard Carroll drive was highlighted by Throup's five pass completions and Wayne Hill's rushing total of 21 yards. But the attempted pass for the point after was incomplete and Denison had an 8-6 halftime lead. Denison increased its lead to 16-6 in the third quarter with Hansen hitting Dave Grau with a 19-yard touchdown pass. Randy Ulmer added the two point conversion. Misfortune looked like it was about to overwhelm the Tigers when Denison took over on the Carrol 18-yard line following another blocked punt, but six plays later Plotz intercepted a Hansen pass on the eight yard line and raced 92-yards down the right sideline for the score to cut the lead to 16-12. Carroll scored the go-ahead touchdown with only 3:19 left in the game. The drive started on the Carpoll 33-yard line after Denison J Kevan Juergens recovered a 'Whited fumble. Thorup threw three completed passes covering 51 of the 67 yards before Wayne Hill put the ball across from the one-yard line. But Denison mounted a drive of their own starting ait their 31-yard line to put what proved to be the winning touchdown on the board. The crucial.play was a pass interference call on Carroll when Denison faced a 4th and five situation. Hansen hit two key passes good for 36-yards in the drive before Whited pushed the ball over from the 14-yard line with three running plays. Deaths, Funerals On the first play from thet 37-yard line following the kickoff, Thorup hit Lynn Olerich in the left flat and Olerich went 56-yards to the Denison seven yard line before he was pulled down from behind. But Thorup could not find a receiver on any of the four passing plays after the long gainer and Denison took over possession of the ball with only four seconds left in the game. The Tigers, now 1-7 and looking for their first conference win of the year, travel to Jefferson next Friday night. Statistics: C D First Downs 10 15 Yards Rushing _ _ 92 240 Lost Rushing 10 9 Net Rushing 82 231 Passes Att. 22 7 Completed 10 3 Yards Passing 154 98 Intercepted By 1 0 Net Yards 236 329 Punts Average 38 40 Yds. Penalized 60 70 Fumbles Lost 1 1 Scoring by Quarters: Denison 0 8 8 Carroll 0 6 6 6-22 6 -18 RECEIVES AWARD Army Sgt. 1-c Neil G. Orness, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Orness, Fort Dodge, has received the bronze star medal during ceremonies near Cu Chi, Vietnam. His wife, Carolyn, lives at Lake City. JAY MASON (Timet Herald News Service) CARNARVON - Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thorpe of Carnarvon received word of the death of her brother, Jay Mason, at Iowa City Tuesday. Mrs. Gene Funk and daughter of Moville accompanied the Thorpes to Iowa City, where funeral rites were held Thursday afternoon. MRS. EVERETT C. STUTZMAN GLIDDEN - Mrs. Everett C. Stutzman, 75, of Glidden died at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll Friday, Oct. 30, after a brief illness. For many years she had been chief operator for the Central Iowa Telephone Company in Glidden. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church here, with the Rev. Dr. O. E. Cooley officiating. Burial will be in Westlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Glidden after 7 p.m. Saturday. The casket will be moved to the church at 8:30 Monday morning for viewing until the hour of services. Mrs. Stutzman was the former Tessie Wilma Blakesslee. She was born at Sac City Nov. 12, 1894, a daughter of William and Olive Daniels Blakesslee. Her marriage to Mr. Stutzman took place at El Paso, Tex., on May 17, 1917, and they came to Glidden from Sac City in 1923. She was a member of the United Methodist Church of Glidden and its Women's Society of Christian Service, the American Legion Auxiliary, and the Royal Neighbors of America, of which she was recorder. Surviving are her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Arlene Sanders of Waterloo and Lorraine Stutzman of Carroll; a son, Junior, of Glidden; five grandchildren; a brother, Leonard Blakesslee of Wild Rose, Wis.; and a sister, Mrs. Hazel Judd, Sac City. WILLIAM H. VENTEICHER JEFFERSON — Requiem mass for William Herman Venteicher, 70, of rural Jefferson, was celebrated at 9 a.m. Friday in St. Joseph's Church here by the Rev. George B. McFadden. He died at his home Oct. 27. Pallbearers were L. D. Hurst, Roscoe Mooney, Nyal Veenstra, Willard Hostetler, Edwin Peterson and Carl VanSickle. Burial was in the parish cemetery, under direction of the Slininger Funeral Home. Mr. Venteicher was born Oct. 13, 1900, near Willey in Carroll County, a son of Herman and Catherine Tigges Venteicher. He attended school at Willey. On Nov. 27, 1928, he was married at Breda to Frances Elizabeth Fossing. They farmed in Carroll and Greene Counties and moved to the present home south of Jefferson in 1939. Mr. Venteicher was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Jefferson. Surviving with his wife are three sons, Ivan of Bagley, Francis of Jefferson and Sgt. Marion of Fort Carson, Colo.; a daughter, Mrs. Norbert (Velma) Kitt of J e f f e r s o n; ten grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Al (Louise) Simons of Fort Dodge. Mr. Venteicher was preceded in death by a son, Eugene Joseph, in 1958, and a brother, John. LAKE VIEW - Paul B. Freese, 74, of Lake View, died Oct. 28 at Tacoma General Hos­ pital, Tacoma, Wash. Rites will be held at 2 p .m. Monday at the Wheatland Presbyterian Church near Breda by the Revs. Roger Williams and H. A. Smidt. Burial will be in Wheatland Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Saturday at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home in Lake View. Honorary pallbearers will be Frank Dobler, Harlan Flink, Bert H. Gerdes, Claus Huisenga, Dr. E. R. Henning, Herman Weber, Julius Clausen and Fred Druvinga. Active pallbearers will be Chris Zein, Melvin Jans, Clarence Dreeszen, E. A. Swanson, Dowel Johnson and Everett Garnatz. Leland Weitzel will. sing; organist will be Mrs. Harry Hayunga. Mr. Freese, who had farmed, was born in Wheatland township, Carroll County, on June 3, 1896, a son of Berand and Antje Gerdes Freese. He is survived by his wife, Angie, of Lake View; two daughters, Mrs. Joe (Angie) Schwarz- kop, Wall Lake, and Mrs. Lester (Bernice) Sievers, Auburn; eight grandchildren and three brothers, Gerd Freese of Schaller, Fred Freese of Denison and Harvey Freese of Arcadia. Preceding him in death were a grandson, Craig Sievers; a brother, Ralph Freese, and an infant sister. The Weather Daily Record Coon Upset Rapids Pins On Vikings Coon Rapids shook up the up- Donald. The Bulldogs countered Property Tax Relief Stiffer Drug Controls Court Reform Hold the Line Spending If You Want These Things Cast Your Vote for DEAH WEST Republican Candidate STATE REPRESENTATIVE 8th District Carroll and East Crawford per echelon in the Coon Val ley Conference with a 20-18 upset win over Exira on Friday. The loss dropped the Vikings into fourth place behind Bayard, a 40-0 loser to champion Glidden-Ralston. Manning rallied from a 126 halftime deficit and scored 22 points in the final frame to defeat Manilla, 36-12, for the runner-up berth. Scranton remained winless as the Trojans fell to Guthrie Center, 37-12. Joe Yeager ran and passed the Crusaders to the win over the Vikings. He scored on a 22 yard run and passed to Lynn Ayers for 17 yards as Coon Rapids ran up a 14-6 halftime edge and held the advantage. The Coon Rapids defense limited Exira workhorse Mitch Bengard to 87 yards rushing and stopped an Exira threat | on the Crusader 30 yard line in the tag minutes of the game. Manilla got in front of Manning on a 45 yard pass from Gene Meggers to Rick Grage and a two yard run by Tom Mc- in the first half on Don Rowed der's 44 yard run. Rowedder scored again in the third on a 45 yarder. Manning picked off three Manilla passes in the final frame to set up TD runs of eight and three yards by Keith Stribe and a two-yarder by Doug Hargens. Unbeaten Glidden-Ralston rolled past Bayard, 40-0, on five touchdown passes by Randy Braden. The Wildcats ran up a 20-0 halftime lead as Braden hit Greg McLaughlin for 22 yards, Pat McNaught for five yards, and McLaughlin again for seven yards. The Coon Valley champions will have a week and one- half lay-off and then wind up the season against Carroll High on November 11. Guthrie rolled past Scranton as Steve Hunderdosse scored twice while Craig Artist, Dave Lane, Gary Rosenbeck and Dennis Foglesong added singletons. Tommy Walker scored on a three-yarder and Terry Subbert on a 76-yard run for Scranton. Police Department Traffic Accident- Cars driven by K. K. Trunnell, 34, Perry, and Robert L. Dannenberg, 23, Sioux City, were in collision at the intersection of Highway 30 and Grant Road at 7 p.m. Friday. The front of the Trunnell car was in collision with the rear of the stopped Dannenberg car. Two passengers in the Dannenberg car, Pamela Arigo, 25, Park Ridge, 111., and Cheryl Bonney, 23, Des Moines, complained of whiplash injuries but were not hospitalized. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Dismissals Oct. 30— Mrs. Richard Profit and baby, Odebolt Ewald O. Stock, Carroll Mrs. Norbert Rohe, Carroll Mrs. Richard Bruns, Carroll Mrs. James Huegerich and baby, Carroll Mrs. Elmer Grote and baby, Arcadia Sam Schoeppner, Templeton Birth (Times Herald News Service) VAIL — Mr. and Mrs. Tom Walsh of Ralston, Neb., a daughter, M e i g h a n Marie, Oct. 20. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walsh of Vail and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Stoffel, Omaha. 2/Lt. and Mrs. Steve Schweers of Fort Monmouth, N.J., a daughter, Friday. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Peter Langan Sr. of West Hempsted, N.Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schweers of Arcadia. (Time* Herald New* Service) AUBURN — Lt. and Mrs. Terryl Schwalier, Panama City, Fla., a son, Erik Russell, Oct. 21. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Jerry Kind of Offutt Air Base, Neb. are the maternal grandparents and Mrs. Christene Hunziker of Auburn is the maternal great- grandmother. Mrs. Schwalier is the former Dianne Kind. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $2.78 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1.26 Oats 67 The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy Iowa Public Service Company) Yesterday's high 42 Yesterday's low _ 34 At 7 a.m. today 34 At 10 a.m. today „...38 IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy Saturday night with chance of occasional rain or snow, mostly north. Low temperatures 20s northwest to the lower 30s southeast. Partly cloudy Sunday with highs in the 40s. John Axmon Dedham—Age 90 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home, Carroll, starting at 7 p.m. Saturday. Rosary: 8 p.m. Saturday 9 p.m. Saturday 3 p.m. Sunday 8 p.m. Sunday Requiem High Mass: 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph's Church, Dedham. Officiating: Rev. 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