Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 13, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, April 13, 1974
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-Class Carroll Relays The Carroll Relays will be held Tuesday and for the first time, the meet will be a two-class affair with seven schools competing in each class. The Class A field is headed by Carroll. The Tigers have dominated the early going in the area by taking the Class A crown at the Wheeler Relays in Audubon and the Good Indian Relays last Tuesday at Sac City. Other schools making up the "A" field are Audubon, Denison, Jefferson, Manson, Maple Valley of Mapleton and St. Edmond of Fort Dodge. Heading the Class B field is Glidden-Ralston. The Wildcats won the Class B title recently at the Wheeler Relays. Other "B" teams included Ar-We-Va led by the outstanding Gene Thiedeman, Coon Rapids, Guthrje Center, Manning, Schleswig and Scranton. Time* Herald, Carroll, la, Saturday, April 13, 1974 There will be many new records set in both classes since this is the first year of this meet. The meet will start at 4 p.m. with preliminaries and finals in all field events. The running prelims will start at 4:20. The finals in all running events will start at 6:45 with the two mile run. Schedule: 4:00: All Field Events (prelims, finals) 4:20: 120 Yard High Hurdles (prelims) 4:35: 100 Yard Dash (prelims) 4:45: 180 Yard Low Hurdles (prelims) 5:05: 220 Yard Dash (prelims) 5:15: Shuttle Hurdle Relay (prelims) 6:45: Two Mile Run Ill5:120 Yard High Hurdles Daily Record Police Department Two-Car Accident- Cars driven by Richard J. Glass, Arcadia, and Carolyn L. Schreck, Omaha, collided early Saturday morning at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Carroll Street, police reported. The accident occurred as the Glass vehicle was attempting a le/t turn onto the highway, amd the Schreck vehicle was eastbound on the highway attempting a left turn onto Carroll Street, police said. Glass was charged with failure to yield after stopping for a red flashing light. No injuries were reported. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 12— OmarL, Coffman, Carroll Mrs. John N. Daniel, Carroll Brooks A. Jenkins, Carroll Mrs. Robert Gray, a son, Births- Mr, and Ladehoff, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Johnson, Glidden, a son, Saturday GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.82 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.30 Oats 1.30 The Weathei .The Weather in Carroll (Dally Tempuratures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 51 Class A Records: Shot Put — Joel Harris, Carroll Pole Vault — Dennis Weber, Carroll High Jump — Tim Fredrkkson, Carroll Two Mile Relay — Carroll Mile Run — Clayton Clubine, Maple Valley Medley Relay — Carroll Mile Relay — Maple Valley ClassB Records: Long Jump — Gary Rosenbeck, Guthrie Center Discus — Doyle Douglass, Glidden-Ralston High Jnmp — Jim Washburn, Guthrie Center Two Mile Run — Frank Overhue, Schleswig 120 Yd. High Hurdles — Tom Egli, Manson Shuttle Hurdle Relay — Manson 100 Yard Dash — Bruce McDonald, Scranton 220 Yard Dash — Bruce McDonald, Scranton 880 Yard Relay — Glidden-Ralston 440 Yard Dash — Doyle Hansen, Odebolt-Arthur 180 Yd. Low Hurdles — Jim Washburn, Guthrie Center 880 Yard Run- Terry Peters, Glidden-Ralston 440 Yard Relav — Alta 53'4" 12'10" 5' 10" 8:44.0 4:53.5 3:51.8 3:40.9 20'3" 146' 3" 5'10" 10:53.9 15.8 1:02.5 i 9.9 i 22.4 1:36.7 51.1 21.8 1:59.3 45.9 1963 1964 1973 1973 1973 1973 1973 1973 1964 1973 1973 1973 1973 1964 1964 1973 1952 1973 1960 .1973 , High today mid 40s north to mid SO south. Low tonight mid 30s north to low 40s south. At 7 a.m. today 39 At 10a.m. today 46 IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy and cool with chance of rain beginning today, continuing tonight but becoming mixed with snow north tonight. Rain and snow ending early Sunday followed by partly cloudy and moderating temperatures. IOWA EXTENDED OUTLOOK Monday through Wednesday Fair Monday and Tuesday. Chance ofshowers Wednesday. Cool Monday with highs 40s and low 50s and lows upper 20s to mid 30s. Wanner Tuesday and Wednesday. Highs mid 50s to lower 60s. Lows 30s to lower 40s. Former Star Cook hi Rectory PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Betty Hutton, movie star and singer in the 1940s and 1950s, has been working as housekeeper and cook for St. Anthony's rectory at Portsmouth, the Providence Visitor says. The weekly newspaper of the Roman Catholic diocese said in a copyright story that Miss Hutton has been working there for the last eight weeks after converting to Catholicism. "I was broken down and out, without a dime to my name," the Visitor quoted Miss Hutton as saying. "I left Hollywood and landed in New England where I quite accidently met Father Peter Maguire, pastor of St. Anthony's, who was kind enough to take me in. "My marriages have not been happy, my children didn't bring me happiness, nothing has brought me true happiness until I discovered Catholicism." The Visitor also quoted Miss Hutton as saying, "I've had the money; I've had the fame, but I was miserable. 7:25: Shuttle Hurdles Relay 7:30: Crowning of the Relay's Queen 7:35:100 Yard Dash 7:40 .-Two Mile Relay 8:05: 220 Yard Dash 8:15: Mile Run 8:30: 880 Yard Relay 8:40:440 Yard Dash 8:50: 180 Yard Low Hurdles 9:00: Medley Relay 9:10: 880 Yard Run 9:20-.440 Yard Relay 9:25: 440 Yard Relay (frosh) 9:30: Mile Relay • Neu Continued From Page 1 would call for an additional $250,000 state appropriation for next year. Junkins said his plan for 25 per cent county cost could be accomplished with only $600,000 more in state money over the $500,000 additional presently in the bill. This could be accomplished because Iowa is scheduled to receive an increase of $300,000 next year in federal grants for alcoholism treatment, Junkins said. Neu said he opposes taking all responsibility for alcoholism treatment away from the counties. "For an alcoholism program to work, you need local input, "he said. The lieutenant governor said he believes most successful alcoholism programs don't need a lot of money — just dedicated local volunteers. "Some of the Alcoholics Anonymous programs indicate how successful an alcoholism program can be with limited funds," Neu said. The lieutenant governor said he thinks a compromise will be worked out early next week. And whatever the percentage agreed on, Neu said there would probably be a limit on the dollar amount that the counties could be required to spend on alcoholism treatment. Catches at Swan Lake -sun Photo The weather was nasty Friday morning, but for three Carroll men the fishing was good at Swan Lake. From left, Jerry Hinz, Dick Gregg and Fred Heineman, all employees at Beltone Hearing, nabbed 15 bass weighing between two and three pounds in about 2Vz hours. They used spinners and night crawlers for their bait. HOLDS SECRET CHICAGO (AP) Octogenarian farmers are not considered extraordinary in the Vilcabama Valley in Ecuador. Science Year, the World Book Science Annual, reports that more than 71 per cent of the area's people are over 80. This figure compares with only one per cent who are 80 or over throughout the rest of Ecuador and less than 2 per cent achieving that age in the United States. Theadult diet in Vilcabama is extremely low in calories — about 1,700 per day. But, other factors may also play a role in the Vilcabama phenomenon. Some inhabi- Penneys Big Spring Sale. Savings on Decorative Sheets. Get big savings on all our decorator percale and muslin sheets. Sole I 97 to6 33 Reg. 2.49 to 7.99.Stripe solid sheets in twin, full and queen sizes. Floral prints, too. Plenty of bright colors. All of our sheets are machine washable, for easy care. If you need sheets, Penneys is the place to come. And the place to save. We know what you're looking for. STORE HOURS: 9:00-5:00 Mon., Toe«., TKura., Sot. 9:00-9:00 W*d. and Fri. OPEN WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY NITES Till 9-CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY Deaths, Funerals MRS. EDKRUSE Mrs. Ed (Grace E.) Kruse, 73, of 315 West 12th Street, Carroll, died Friday night, April 12, at a nursing home in Carroll. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home here, with burial in the Westside Cemetery at Westside. The Rev. Allan M. Peterson will officiate. Friends may call at the funeral home after 6 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Kruse, daughter of Charles M. and Lillian Fowler Russell, was born Jan. 18, 1901, in Denison, and spent most of her life in Carroll. She graduated from Carroll High School in 1917 and attended Forest Hills College in Chicago. Her marriage to Mr. Kruse took place in Houston, Fla., Dec. 25,1920. She was a member of the United Presbyterian Church, United Presbyterian Women, Daughters of the American Revolution and American Legion Auxiliary. Surviving with her husband are three daughters, Mrs. Edward (Virginia) Daley of Garden Grove, Calif., Mrs. LuJean Hermsen of Newton and Mrs. Dale (Lillian) Brady of Sioux City; 13 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. A brother preceded her in death. REV. ELMER W.M. BREWER GLIDDEN — Funeral services for the Rev. Elmer W. M. Brewer, 68, Ravenna, Neb., will be held Tuesday, April 16 at Peace Lutheran Church, Glidden, at 2 p.m., with the Rev. Paul Bussert officiating. The sermon will be delivered by Ellis Nieting, president of the Iowa West District of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod. Another service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Ravenna. The Rev. Brewer was a former pastor of Peace Lutheran Church. Friends may call at the Dahn and Woodhouse Funeral Home, Glidden, after 6 p.m. Monday. The body will lie in state at the church Tuesday morning. Interment will be in Westlawn Cemetery, with Pastor Albert Bostelmann officiating. The Rev. Brewer . IN MEMORY OF Grace Elizabeth Kruse Age 73 - Carroll Funeral Services: 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Oahn & Woodhouse Funeral Home in Carroll Officiating: Rev. Allan M. Peterson Friends may call at the Dahn & Woodhouse Funeral Home in Carroll after 6 p.m. Sunday. Interment: Westside Cemetery DAHN & WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES died Friday of a heart attack in Ravenna. He was born Sept. 16, 1905, in Columbus, Neb. On Oct. 18, 1929, he married Martha Simonin in Scarville. The Rev. Brewer graduated from the St. Louis Concordia Seminary in 1929. He served as pastor of Peace Lutheran Church from 1948 to 1960. He is survived by his wife of Ravenna, Neb., one son, David Brewer, Littleton, Colo., three daughters, Mrs. Paul Loeschen, Glidden, Mrs. Jennie Johnson, Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. Eunice Gegel, Baldwin, III., 10 grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. 3 Die in Collision BURLINGTON, Iowa (AP)-A traffic accident on Iowa 99 about seven miles north of here Friday night left three persons dead. The victims represented three generations of the same family. The dead were identified as Donna Zippe, 27, her mother, Dorothy Sutcliffe, 46, both of Oakville, and Mrs. Zippe's grandmother, Zella Brown, 78, of Muscatine. They were riding in a car driven by Mrs. Ziooe. whose 18-month-old daughter, Gina, was injured. The highway patrol said a car driven by Stuart Pfeiff, 17, of West Burlington sideswiped a pickup truck driven by Michael Bergen, 28, of Mediapolis, then hit the Zippe carheadon. Bergen was not injured. Pfeiff was taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries. A passenger in his car, John Schuff, 18, of West Burlington, was treated and released. SOCIETY WADES IN NEW YORK (AP) - A government program to clear river banks of trees and plants like cottonwood and mesquite is being attacked by the National Audubon Society as ill-conceived and ham-fisted. IN MEMORY OF Rev. Elmer W. Brewer Ravenna, Neb. Age 68 Friends may call at the Dahn & Waodhouse Funeral Home in Glidden after 6 p.m. Monday Funeral Services Tuecday, 2 p.m. at the Peace Lutheran Church, Glidden. Body will lie in state Tuesday morning till time of services at the Church Rev. Paul Bussert officiating. Interment;' Westlawn Cemetery DAHN & WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES

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