Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 17, 1974 · Page 11
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 11

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 17, 1974
Page 11
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Tigerettes 7th at Odebolt Queen, Court — Debra Richardson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Richardson, Carroll, was crowned queen of the annual Carroll Relays Tuesday evening by Ted Nam. son of Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Nam. Escorting Miss Carroll Girls Lose to AHS AUDUBON — Audubon defeated Carroll in both varsity and junior varsity girls competition here Tuesday. Allegra Hanson's 48 led the Wheeierettes to a 208 to 237 win in the varsity match, while Carol James' 55 led a 245 to 330 rout in the jv contest. Other Audubon varsity scores were Nancy Lewis with a 52, Sara Kneeskern with a 53 and Cheryl Christoffersen with a 55. Carroll, playing without starters Janet Haynes and Kathy Tapps, got a 48 from Holly Juergens. a 54 from Deb Osborn, a 57 from Sue Pettitt and a 78 from Tami Graham. Tami Marquardt led the Tigerettes in the jv match with a 76. Marlene White and Faye Wenck added 82s and Roxanne Ohde a 90 in the nine-hole match. Bob Coil's Will Move to Florida WALL LAKE - Mr. and Mrs. Bob Coil and children will be moving to St. Petersburg, Fla. in June. They are spending a few days this week in Florida looking for housing. Mable Lange entered St. Luke's hospital at Sioux City where she will undergo surgery this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Throndson of Maquokata spent the weekend in the Bert R. Gerdes and Mrs. Marilyn Aschinger homes. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Paysen of Fender, Neb. were also visitors on Sunday. Sunday dinner guests in the Lee Willhoite home were Mr. and Mrs. Garold Galvin and sons of Alta. Richardson was Jeff Petersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Petersen. Queen attendants were, Kellie Bowman, left, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bowman, escorted by Tim staff photo Fredrickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Fredrickson; and Kathy Tapps, daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Norman Tapps, escorted by Pete Marz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marz. ODEBOLT — Carroll's Rachel Harmening equaled a meet record in winning the high jump and won the 880-yard run here Tuesday to pace the Carroll Tigerettes to a seventh place finish at the annual Odebolt-Arthur Girls Invitational track meet. Storm Lake topped the 17-team field with 75 points, while Galva finished second with 59; Ida Grove, 49V 2 ; Willow, 48; Crestland of Early 45 and Odebolt-Arthur, 36. Other schools and the way they finished included Lake View-Auburn, 31; Eastwood, 22, Woodbury Central, 21; Kingsley-Pierson, 19; Wall Lake, le'/k; Sac City 16; Ar-We-Va, 12; Schleswig, 12; Schaller, 10; and Denison, 0. The seventh place finish with 33 points was quite a change from the Tigerettes 4 showing at the meet a year ago when they managed just a single point in the entire meet. "I was real pleased with out- girls performances; I think we surprised a lot of schools," said Tigerette track coach George Lansink. The Tigerettes, now in their second year of girls track, are on a record breaking rampage this season, and set 10 new school records Tuesday. Linda Bruning of Willow, and Val Hamann, Galva, topped the performers at the meet as they each were triple winners. Bruning won the 220-yard dash in :28.2; the 440-yard dash in ;61.7; and ran a leg on the winning 880-yard medley relay team. Hamann took the 100-meter hurdles in :16.5; the 220-yard Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, April 17, 1974 11 hurdles in :33.2; and ran on the winning shuttle hurdle relay. Harmening's 4-11 effort in the high jump tied the meet record, and she narrowly missed on an attempt at five feet. The standout sophomore won the 880-yard run in 2:34.8. "This is one of the largest girls meets around, and I thought we did quite well,"Lansink said. "Several of the girls, especially in the sprint races, are state meet personnel," he added. In addition to Harmening. double winners in the meet were Connie Swenson, Storm Lake, in the duscus and Softball throw: Julie Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East Milwaukee New York Baltimore Boston Cleveland Detroit California Minnesota Oakland Texas Kansas City Chicago W 5 6 4 4 4 4 West 7 5 6 5 3 1 L 3 4 4 4 6 6 3 3 4 5 4 8 Pet. GB .625 — .600 .500 1 .500 1 .400 2 .400 2 .700 — .625 1 .600 1 .500 2 .429 24 .111 5 '2 Tuesday's Games New York 2. Boston 1 Cleveland 3. Milwaukee 2 Texas 3. Kansas City 2 Oakland 4. Chicago 3 Minnesota 6. California 0 Only games scheduled 8 Wednesday's Games Cleveland (G."Perry 1-1) at Milwaukee I Slaton 1-1). N Baltimore (Palmer l-Oi at Detroit (Fryman 0-11. N Boston (Lee 1-1) at New York (Dobsonl-1) Kansas City (Briles 0-0) at Texas (Bibby 2-1 ).N Chicago (Forster 0-3) at Oakland (Blue0-1 ).N Minnesota (Woodson 0-0) at California (StonemanO-0). N Thursday's Games Boston at New York Minnesota at California Baltimore at Detroit. N Only games scheduled National League East W L Pet. GB Montreal 4 1 .800 — Philadelphia 6 3 .667 St. Louis 7 4 .636 — Chicago 33 .500 I 1 2 New York 2 6 .250 34 Pittsburgh 2 7 .222 4 West Los Angeles 8 3 .727 — Atlanta 6 5 .545 2 Houston 6 5 .545 2 San Fran. 6 5 .545 2 Cincinnati 4 5 .444 3 San Diego 29 .182 6 Tuesday's Games Pittsburgh 8. Chicago 5. 12 innings Montreal 4. New York 1 Philadelphia 10. St. Louis 3 Atlanta 4. San Diego 2 Los Angeles 5. Cincinnati 3. 11 innings Houston 4. San Francisco 0 Wednesday's Games New York (Stone 0-0) at Montreal (McAnallyO-li Pittsburgh I Reuss 0-0) at . Chicago (Hooton 0-0) San Diego (MeAndrew 0-21 at Atlanta (Morton 1-1 )N St. Louis (Siebert 1-0) at Philadelphia (Farmer0-0) N Los Angeles (Downing 0-2) at Cincinnati (Billingham 1-1) N San Francisco (D'Acquisto 2-0) at Houston (Osteen 1-1) N Thursday's Games New York at Montreal Pittsburgh at Chicago San Diego at Atlanta. N St. Louis at Philadelphia. N San Francisco at Houston. N Only games scheduled lowan Killed in Illinois Crash MACOMB. 111. (AP) — Claude Rouse. 75. Fort Madison. Iowa, was killed Tuesday in a car-truck crash at the intersection, of U.S. 67-136 near Macomb. He was a passenger in a car driven by his brother. Clyde Rouse. 69. Goodhope. 111., who was hospitalized in Macomb. Their car collided with a semi-trailer truck driven by Raymond Gossage, 21. Astoria. 111., who was not injured. BREHNY S MARKET WEST 3rd STREET - PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY, APRIL 23 --- — — -. »- . , .--,-• _ * Boston Butt PORK ROAST 69? Pork Ribs Country Style -- Lb. Sausage fiO c Wilion Smoked Polish Lb. ** ^ Sausage 89 C Country Style Homemade —Lb. "^ 10 e 25 C Onions Yellow Dry Lb. Apples Woshington Delicious Lb. Oysters 3 Diamond _ 8-ox. French Fries Food King Froien 20-os. Liquid Soap Debbie __ . 32-a*. Peas $]00 Shurfine No. 3 Sieve 303 can, 3 for Center Cut PORK CHOPS 89 Lb. Chuck Steak U.S.D.A. Choice .. Lb. Ground Beef Fresh 3 Lbs. Franks Wilson -. 2-lb. Pkg. 89 e SO49 $|49 Beer Schmidt Beer Pabsr Blue Ribbon Chocolates Brach's Miniature Milk Anderson Erickson Oleo Food King Flour Shurfine __ _--U Pok 5 ---U Pok .Lib. Box Gal. Lb. .--25 Lbi. $179 • Pi 89 C $139 39 e $379 I. ^^ Hamburger Helper 7-Ox. Your Choice without coupon 59 Good only at Brenn/s Market thru April 23 1 coupon per family. Toilet Tissue Northern, 4-Roll Pkg. Yellow Bow Apricots fiO c No. 2Vz Can-__2 for **" Hamburger Buns 12 Ct. 2 for Dr. Pepper 76-o*. 8 Pok 89 C 79 e Pluj Dep. Thompson, Ida Grove, long jump and 880 relay; and Rhonda Jensen, Wo< .jury Central, mile runanda,.itance medley relay. The Odebolt-Arthur relay team of Keri Freese, Kathy Healy, Jan Hemer and Joyce Arbegast was also a double winner with victories in the shuttle relay and the 440 relay. Picking up places for Carroll at the meet in addition to Harmening were: Connie Sapp, sixth in the discus; Deb Onken, sixth in the shot put; Karen Daniel, fifth in the 100-yard dash; Sue Millender, fifth in the 440-yard dash; Kelly Gordin, sixth in the mile run. Carroll's relay teams which placed included: Shuttle relay (Janet Quinn, Sue Skinner, Janpf Cnnrad and Deanna Peters) fifth: 440-yard relay Janet Quinn, Connie Sapp, Karen Daniel and Deanna Peters) fifth; and the mile relay (Sue Millender, Dawni Ruchti, Rachel Harmening and Julie Teague). The next action for the Carroll girls is the Tiger-Wildcat Relays here Friday. First place finishers were: Discus — Connie Swenson, Storm Lake, 101-10; Shot Put — Jolene Blass, Lake View-Auburn, 34-4; Softball throw — Connie Swenson, Storm Lake, 183-1; High Jump — Rachel Harmening, Carroll, 4-11; Long Jump — Julie Thompson, Ida Grove 16-0. 100 Dash—Kay_Hawks, Girls, See Page " AND APPRECIATION DAY It's Our Fourteenth Anniversary at WILKINS AUTO PARTS (Formerly Nash Motor Parts) COME IN & INSPECT OUR NEW LOCATION & OUR COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP Wilkins Auto Parts new location, formerly Safeway store located at 516 W. 7th Street. FRIDAY, APRIL 19-11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Parade of Parts For Cars, Trucks and Tractors. All Makes—All Ages Nationally Advertised Brands of Genuine Qualtiy All identified by this seal and quickly available from your favorite dealer through your local NAPA jobber. N.A.P.A. Largest Independent Parts Organization In The World We especially want to express our appreciation at this time for your past patronage which has necessitated this move to larger quarters and the need for making our machine shop up to date and complete for your future service. Pictured above, front row from left to right: Rusty Wilkins, Bonnie Wilkins, Carol Reiff, Roger Tapps, Mark Wilkins, and John White. Back row, left to right: Mike McClellan, Sam Newbanks, Kenny Hanneman, Jim Ricke, Al Reiff, and Paul Guritz. Your Locally Owned Wholesale Supplier and Distributor for Ernest Holmes Wreckers Refreshments Factory Representatives on Hand to Answer Questions Door Prizes

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