Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 20, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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*> • ' •" G - R Snares Relays Title •A Nine meet records were broken here Friday as the Glidden-Ralston girls won the second annual Tiger-Wildcat Relays after a head-to-head battle with Manilla which went down to the final event. Going into the final event, the mile relay, the score stood 105 for Glidden-Ralston, and 97 for Manilla. Manilla had a shot at the title in the relay — if they won it and Glidden-Ralston failed to place. The Hawkette quartet won the relay in 4 minutes — 31.7 seconds, but Glidden-Ralston i finished third and claimed the championship trophy. Final standings in the 10- team meet were: Glidden- Ralston. Ill; Manilla. 107; Carroll. 75; Scranton, 50; Guthrie Center, 41; Kuemper, 38; Coon Rapids, 24; Lake City, 22; Lytton, 16; and Bayard, 2. The Glidden and Manilla girls put on an awesome display of power as they combined for 12 first place finishes out of the 19 events in the meet. Manilla took seven events, while the Wildcats took five first places and several valuable second the third places to keep their lead from the start of the meet. With strong gusting winds from the south, meet officials ruled the sprint races would be run with the wind when possible and decided the wind- aided times would qualify for new meet records if better than last year's performances. Sheryl Danner of Glidden- Ralston set two new meet records as she won the discus and the shot put. Records Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, April 20, 1974 also fell in the mile run as Manilla's Jean Rostermundt ran a 5:46.6. and in the 100- • yard dash as Glidden- Ralston's Sandy Danner ran a :11.9. ' ' Rosemary Holden, Scranton's premier half miler ran a : 27.5" 220-yard dasti preliminaries to set a new meet record. Miss Holden, who also ran legs on the 880 relay and the 400-meter shuttle, did not run in the half mile because she will be running that race at the Kansas Relays at Lawrence Kan., today (Saturday). She has also been invited to participate in the mile run at the Drake Relays next weekend. Carroll's 440 relay team of Janet Quinn, Connie Sapp-. Karen Daniel'-and Deanna Peters set a new meet record as they toured the oval in :55.1. Kuemper's 440 quartet of Dawn Dillehay, Pam Rohner. Linda Gradoville and Lisa Friedman, placed second in that event with a :56.9. New meet records were'' also set in the 400-meter shut- 1 ; tie as the Lake City girls, Tresa Gommels, Barb Block, Jan Turner and Brenda Higjit,. ran a :57.5 in the preliminaries; in the 880 relay by Scranton's team of Darinae. Duff, Rosemary Spencer. Holden and Barb Skalla; and in the 100-meter hurdles as Manilla's Judy Pauley ran a :15.8. Manilla had the only two triple winners in the meet with Mickey McMahon and Tami Mohr. McMahon won the 440-yard dash and ran legs on the winning $80 medley and mile relays. Mohr, a speedster in t the quarter .and. half miles, won the 880 run arid ran on the 880 medley and mile relays. There were seven double winners in the meet including Sheryl Danner, discus and shot put; Jean Rostermundt, mile run and distance medley relay; Rosemary Holden. 220 dash and 880 relay;. Barb Skalla. Scranton. long jump and 880 relay; Marjean Nielsen, Glidden-Ralston, 220 yard hurdles and 10-Flight shuttle hurdle relay; and Julie Thomson, Manilla, mile and 880 medley relays. With their strong showing in the field events, the Glidden-Ralston girls jumped to an early lead in the meet and held that lead throughout the going. Rachel Harmening of Carroll won the high jump as the first, three girls all finished with a jump of 4'feet-8 inches. But Harmening won the event on the fewest number of-rrusr ses. ' : ;,, ""' Second places won by Carroll were: Kare'n Daniel in the 100-yard dash; the 880 medley relay of Karen Daniel, Connie Sapp, Sue Skinner and Julie Teague: the 880 relay of Deanna Peters. Connie Sapp. Julie Teague and Sue Skinner. Third places for the Carroll gifls included: Deanna Peters in the 220-yard dash; Rachel Harmening in the 880-yard run; and the distance medley relay team 'of Sue.Skinner, Janet Qujrin. Dawni Ruchti and Karen Bernholtz. ••'•.. . . Second places for Koemper girls went to: the distance medley relay team of Pam Rohner, Lisa Friedman. Jolene Heinrichs and Diane Julich; and Ihe 440 relay team. , The Knight girls also took a third place in the 400-meter shuttle relay with Linda Gradoville, Ann Tiefenthaler, Diane Casey and Dawn Dillehay. Results: Discus — 1. Sheryl Danner (G-R), 95-7'/4*; 2; Jean Rosenbeck (GO. 95-6; 3. Margaret Peters (G-R). 86-8 : '/ 4 . Shot Put — 1. Sheryl Danner (G-R), 36-6*; 2. Jean Rosenbeck (GO, 34-1; 3. Shelly Soe (M), 33-10. High Jump .— 1. Rachel Harmening (CHS), 4-8; 2. tie Judy Sebert (GO and Marjean Nielsen (G-R), 4-8. Softball Throw — 1. Denise Van Cleave (GO. 196-2; 2. Sheryl Danner (G-R). 190-6; 3. Cathy Bauer (M). 186-9. Long Jump — 1. Barb Skalla (S), 15-64: 2. vSan'dy Danner (G-R). 15-44: 3. Tami .Mohr (M), 15- 3 4. . -?,.,-. , ; Mile Run — 1. Jean Roster- mundt (M). 5:46.6*: 2. Donna Schroer (M). 6:05.5; 3.. Diane Drake (CR), 6:07.6. 100-Yd Dash — 1. Sandy : Danner (G-R). : 1T.9*: 2. Karen Daniel (CHS), :12.3; 3. Lori Merritt (GO. :12.4. 220-Yd. Dash — 1. RoSemary Holden (S). :27.7 (set record :'27.5 in prelims): 2. Sandy Danner (GR), :28; 3. Deanna Peters (CHS). :28.5. 440-Yd. Dash 1. Mickey McMahon (Ml, 1:06.5: 2. Beth Grau (L). 1:06.7; 3. Monica Hofstad (G-R), 1:08.2. 880-Yd. Run - 1. Tami Mohr (M), 2:31.8; 2. Donna Schroer (M). 2:36.2; 3. Rachel Harmening (CHS), 2:37.4. 100-Meter Hurdles — 1. Judy Pauley (Mf. : 15.8*.;'2. ' Marjean Nielsen (ti-K), :16.3. Karen Opheim (CR), :16A 220-Yd. Hurdles — \. Marjean Nielsen (G-R), :34; 2. Marilyn' Hanson (G-R), , :35; 3. Catfeiy • ' Bauer (M), :35.2, ,: vf 10-Flight Shjuttle Huiflte Relay — 1. Glidden-Ralstw (Mardell Bock, Jo A tin/ Wiederin, Marjean Nielsen, Marilyn Hanson), 1:11: 2. Manilla, 1:11.1; 3. Coda Rapids, 1:12. Distance Medley Relay — 1. Manilla , (Pam Ruhde, Donna Schroer; Shelly Soe, Jean Roster- mundt), 4:45.8; 2. Kuemper, 4:50.7; 3. Carroll, 4:53.6. 880 Medley Relay — 1. Manilla (Julie Thomson, Denise Bte- sen, Mickev McMahon, Tami Mohr) 2:00.5; 2. Carroll.,, 2:04.9; 3. Glidden-Ralston, 2:06.9. 880-Yd. Relay — ,4,. Scranton (Rosemary Holden, Dannae Duff,. Rosemaf^y Spencer, Barb SkaLla). l:55f; 2. Carroll, 1:57.2; 3. 'Litton,.' 1:59:3. 400-Meter Shuttte-%%4 ' Lake City (Tresa Gomrnelfe Barb Block, Jan-. Turner,. Brenda Hight), :58':i (sipf. record of :57.5 in prelims);,!) Scranton. :58.4: 3. Kuemper :58.6. 440-Yd. Relay—U-Carv ' roll (Janet Quinn, Connie Sapp, Karen Daniel, Deanna Peters). :55.1*: 2. Kuemper, :56.9: 3. Guthrie Center.. :56.9. Mile Relay — 1. Manilla (Julie Thomson. Mickey McMahon. Michelle Rostermundt. Tami Mohr). Hurdle Record Falls - Nine new records were set here Friday as the Glidden-Ralston girls won the second annual tig^f-Wildcat -Relays. Glidden-Ralston's Marjean Nielsen, third from left, broke the meet record in winiiing the first heat of the .10 $ • me t »r n u r d I e S ,v $ •*<>..• Atfteffcin League »| East V' ; ''v r.'V',? W L Pit.'[.QBi-' preliminary (above). But Manilla's Judy Pauley, second^ from left, came back m the finals to win the event and erase the record set in-the preliminaries. Mariilla finished second in the 1^-team meet, while Carroll .finished third and Kuernper sixth. Girls Two Judges arned for Fair Here -Staff Photo running in the first heat of the 100-meter hurdles preliminary from left, were, Marilyn Hanson, Glidden-Ralston; Pauley; Nielsen; Karen Opheim, Coon Rapids; and Jean Rostermundt, Manilla. Milwaukee Baltimore Boston New York Detroit Cleveland California Oakland .6^4 65 .,7 6 '"* 7 4,8 West 8 5 4:31.7: 2. Scranton. 4:33.9: 3.. Texas Glidden-Ralston. 4:34. * Denotes new meet record; Minnesota Kansas .City Chicago '• ' .545 .538 .364 .33J .615 .583 .583 .545 .333 273 \r i 3 >/2 \' Z ' 1 3 4 ights Place 5th; 4 B' Title to Comets HARLAN — Kuemper finished fifth in the Class A division at the 14th Annual Cyclone Relays here Friday as powerful Heelan of Sioux City easily defended its team championship. The Knights, minus 18 runners because of the school's play, scored 45 points as Heelan piled up 114 points to second-place Abraham Lincoln of Council Bluffs' 62. Atlantic finished third with 59 points and host Harlan fourth with 52. Charter Oak-Ute won the "B" crown with 80V 2 points as Manilla placed second with 59 and Fremont Mills third with 4Q'/2. LOSE 10-20-JO POUNDS! Easy To Lose Lbs. Fast With New Vitamin'E'Diet HOLLYWOOD i Special i- New scientific discoveries have produced a Vitamin E diet that quickly works wonders on overweight people, and reportedly is gaining great popularity across the country with glowing reports of easy weight loss "while still eating almost as much as you want " Those who follow the simple Vitamin E diet report an average loss of at least a pound a day and even more without exercise or starvation. Nutritionists' files are bulging with happy testimonials from formerly overweight people who are now trim and slim again Best of all. you can still eat almost as much as you want of the "forbidden foods" like steak, chicken, fish, sauces, gravies, bacon & eggs and still lose weight. Chewablc i candy-like i vitamin K tablets, as used in the diet plan, contain a new scientific combination of ingredients that quickly curbs and controls the appetite, while also giving the wonderous benefits of Vitamin E which is so essential to pood health The use of the new Vitamin K Diet tablets and foods prescribed in the plan will, through natural action, act to help your body use up excess fat 'According to recent clinical test, a person who is deficient in Vitamin E or Protein "will double the speed of fat utilization" with the use of Vitamin E E-DIET AVAILABLE To get a copy of this highly successful diet and E Tablets, send $5 00 for 10 day supply i or $7 00 for 20 day supply or $1000 fur 30 day supply i to Vita F. Diet. Dept M 8 . 11526 Burbank Blvd . North Hollywixxj. Cal 91601 (Unconditional money-back guarantee il not satisfied 1 Wall Lake took the "C" title by winning the last event — the mile relay. The Comets' ended up with 67 points to defending champion, Treynor's62. The Knights' Tom Nurse' finished second to Atlantic's Tab Gaines in the "A" pole vault by clearing 12 feet, six inches. His effort tied the Kuemper : school record held by Mike' Kelly and it assured himself a sport to compete in the event at the Drake Relays in Des Moines next weekend. Gainfts' winning effort in the pole vault of 12-6 (beating Nurse on fewer misses) was one of three records set in Class A. The others were AL's Butch Atherton who won the discus over Harlan's Mike Larsen and Heelan's Tom Byleo in the 880 yard run. Athecton threw the discus 151 feet, l k inch in bettering the old mark of 143 feet, five inches iiet by Audubon's Dick Phillips in 1962. Byloe's time of 2:03.3 in the 880 yard run shattered the old standard of 2:06.3 held by Perry's Keith Springer set in 1969. Harlan's. Randy Schnack and Kuemper's Russ Rupiper who finished second and third respectively, also were under the old 2:06.3 time. Kuemper's only first-place came in the two mile relay as John Heithoff, Rupiper, Kevin Fee and Craig Dentlinger ran 8:31.6, beating Heelan by about 10 yards. N u r se ' s-'va ul t' was Kuemper's only second-place, but the Knights did pick up some thirds. . Mark Hermsen placed third in the long jump; Rick Friedman took third in the YOUR LUXURIOUS, NEW LAKE CITY ENDS TUES. April 23 Sun. Mat at 2:00 p.m. Eves at 7:00 « 9:00 high jump and Dan Vonnahme, took third in the open two mile run. The medlev team-of Hermsen, Heithoff, Tortjy Nockels and Dentlinger also placed third. Wall Lake got an outstanding performance by its entire team, bat sprinter Craig Ohden was very instrumental in coach Lynn Cadwell's team taking the top honors. By the way, Cadwell is a native of Harlan. Ohden won the 220 in 23.5 wort the 440 in 54seconds flat; and took second in the 100. The Comets got another first in the medley relay as Phil Blum, Bill Schroeder, Gregg S c h r o « d e r a n d Craig Henningfield ran3:59.1. Wall Lake's second-places, > came from Gregg Schroeder : in the long jump and the "880 /and mile relay teams. The 880 team consisted of Monte Hahn, Gregg Schroder, Bill Schroeder and Phil Blum, while the mile unit was comprised of Bruce Gerdes, Chuck Blum, Gregg Schroeder and Craig Henningfield. Steve Radloff paced the Comet's in third-place finishes by taking those honors in the discus and shot. Mike Olerich •added a third in the high jump as did the 440 yard relay; team of Hahn, Kerry Johnson, Bill Schroeder and Phil Blum. KHS Girls Lose Dean's List at to Storm Lake IS U Announced Baltimore 5$ew York 3: 3 BOYS WANTED TO BE LIKE THEIR HERO SPIKES. SOON THEY WERE WORTH A FORTUNE DEAD OR ALIVE RCMIU: • Shot Put — 1. Mike Larsen, Hartan, •S 2. MirtiD, Harlan, 52-7V4; 3. McDermoU. Atlantic. «-'/4; 4. Lang,'Atlantic, 48-4; 5. Jtagef, Heelan, 4«Wr: Long Jump— 1. John Wickman, CB AL, 20-10'/4; 2. Jacob*eit>' Marian, 1*-S; 3. Hermsen, Kuernper, 19-3V4, t. Hunt, CB AL, 19-3; 5. Pedersen, Atlantic, 19-2%. Open Two Mile Run -1. Dan O'Brien, Heelan, 10:02.5: 2. Hanlon, Heelan, 3. Vonnahmen, Kuemper; 4. Gradoville, ' Kuemper:5.Spence.CBAL. . 120 High Hurdles — 1. Dan Pedersen', Atlantic. 16.2; 2. Tim Clemens, Heelan; 3. Doug Cilhero, Atlantic; Scott Kuehl, Heelan; 5. Tony Nockels, Kuemper. Open Shuttle Hurdle Relay - 1. Heelan. 1:01.6; 2. Harlan; 3. Manilla; 4. Kuemper (Bob Kelly, Tom Nurse, Jim Auen, Tony Nockels); 5. Atlantic. Discus — I. Butch Atherton, CB AL, tSl.Vi. new record; 2. Larsen, Harlan; 3. McDermott, Atlantic; 4. Hagar, Heelan; 5. Diers, Kuemper. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Pat O'Gara, Heelan, 10.5; 2. Stoddard, CB AL; 3. Mason, Atlantic; 4. Leuschen, Harlan; S. Rupiper, Kuemper. Two Mile Relay — 1. Kuemper, (John Heithoff, Russ Rupiper, Kevin Fee, Craig Dentlinger) 8:31.8; 2. . • Heelan; 3. Abraham Lincoln; 4. Harlan;' S.. • Atlantic. High Jump — 1. Doug Clithero. Atlantic, 5-10; 2. Grace, Heelan; 3. R. Friedman, • Kuemper; 4. Gaines, Atlantic; 5. Dentlinger, Kuemper. 220 Yard Dash -1. Uran, Heelan, • 23.6; 2. Stoddard, Abraham Lincoln; 3, Hoffman, Harlan; 4. Mahan, Heelao; 5. Hermsen, Kuemper. Mile Run — 1. Mark Morin, Heelan, 4:40.9; 2. Thomsen, Abraham Lincoln; 3. Molesworth, Heelan; 4, Windjchitl, Kuemper; 5. Schrad, Kuemper. Pole Vault — I. Tab Gaines, Atlantic, 124, 'new record; 2. Nurse, Kuemper; 3. Baxter, Heelan; 4. Kelso, Atlantic; S. Ouren, Harlan.', 880 Yard Relay - 1. Heelan, 1:34.3; 2. Abraham Lincoln; 3. Atlantic; 4. Harlan; 5. Kuemper (Randy Schneider. Tom Kalkoff, Paul Ludwig, Craig Dentlinger). 440 Yard Dash — 1. MaKan, 52.9; 2. Christiansen, Harlan; 3. Peterson, Abraham Lincoln; 4. Hermsen, Kuemper; 5. Hunt, Abraham Lincoln. 180 Yard Low Hurdles - 1. Pedersen, Atlantic, 20.7; 2. Mead, Heelan; 3. Shanno, CB AL; 4. .Hoecker, Harlan; 5. Clemens, Heelan. Medley Relay - 1. Heelan, 3:48.7; 2. Abraham Lincoln; 3. Kuemper (Mark Hermsen. John Heithoff, Tony Nockels, Craig Dentlinger); i. Harlan; 5. Atlantic. 810 Yard Run — 1. Tom Byleo, Heelan, 2:03.3, new record; 2. Schtiack, Harlan; 3. Rupiper, • Kuwnper; 4. VartGinkel, Atlantic; 5.0'Brten, Heelan. 440 Yard Relay - 1. Heelan, 45.6; 2. Abraham Lincoln; 3 Atlantic; 4. Harlan; 5. Kuemper (Randy Schneider, Paul Ludwitf, Tom Kalkhoff, Tim Roetker). Mile Relay - 1. Heelan, 3:34.9; 2. Abraham Lincoln; 3. Harlan; 4. Kuemper, 5, Atlantic. STORM LAKE-,-Storm Lake whipped Kuernper in girls golf here Friday, 2i9 to 248, as Beth Adams led the way for the winners with a 51. "•• . T e a m m a t e si V M af JT.C i e Germann, Jane Dickey'and Carla Cammuck added 55, 56 and 57 respectively, Kuemper's best was Mary Ann Wernimont as she carded a 57. Mary Ann Greteman added a 59, Ann Fangman a 65 and Karen Nieland a 67. Storm Lake also took the junior varsity match, 263 to 283, as Kim Pates led the winners with a 61. Diane Kasperbauer led Kuemper with" a 61. Other Knight scores included Peggy Hawks with a 62, Donna Casey with a 77 and Julie Riesberg with'ah:83 for the nine-hole match; Kuemper's ncxt 4 meet is; ; Monday at the Carroll municipal course against St. Edmond of Fort Dodge. j • ' Pettitt Paces Tiger Victory Todd Pettitt's 37 led Carroll to a 164 to 181 golf victory over Lake City Friday at the Carroll municipal course. Dan Sheehan added a 39, Jerry Dentlinger a 42 and Brian Beck a 46 for the Tigers. Jay Yunek was low man for .the Eagles with a 41. .Teammates Mark Lyons, Jeff Harada and Brad Mcllrath added 45, 47 and 48 respectively. , , Kurt Siepker, Randy Gordin and Jim Molle fired 48s to lead the Tigers to a 197 to 201 win in the jv match. Teammate' Jim Seidl added a 53. Randy Winter and Micky Ahrends led Lake City with 47 and 48 respectively, Teammates Joel Brillhart and Kevin McCaulley came in with 53s. .Several Iowa State University students frojri't local area were named t ' dean's list for the winter quarter. Students who rateil the list achieved a minimum-' 3.5 grade point average in at"-'least 15 credit hours. Local students on the list are Lynn E. Peters, Arcadia; -, Danny L. Pudenz, Auburn; James P. Madsen and John T. Rasmussen, Audubon; Donald F. Ba 1-dus, Mary J . Baumhover. Arthur H % Behrens, Michael K. Brenny. Kathleen A. Clark, Frank J. Comito, Richard J. Donovan,. Michael R. Halbur, Steven J y . Hogan, Randy E. Nees. Alma;. J. Nieland, Thomas G. Rohe> John E. Waters, Robert f/ Waters, Carroll; Thomas C. Annear, Thomas L. South, Jab 'E. Thorp, Coon Rapids. Others were Sue A. Behrens,; ; Eleanor J. Juelsgaard, and Jacquelyn K. Koenig. Gray; Barbara J. Bardole, Lytton; Mary J. McLaughlin, Randall C. Mundt, Manning; Julie M. Carnine, Odebolt; Richard J. Horbach, Templeton; Bruce E. Becker and Allan A. Erickson, Wdll Lake; and JoAnn M. Lewis and Kendall N. Vonglan, Westside. TexaSlp, Minnesota 2. isas f ,y • V.:' : i^^ SS.rt^-^© " Barren Morlan, chairman .91^ the. fifth annual Carroll Sidewialk Art Fair, announced Saturday the selection of the .two judges for this year's event. Morlan said both judges are art instructors, one on the'high school and the other on the college level. The 1974 Art Fair will be held in downtown Carroll next Saturday, April 27,1974. Judging the student division will ; be Elizabeth Anne Rogers of Clahinda. Miss Rogers attended Cottey College of Nevada,. Missouri, received -her JB.A. from the University • of,lo\va,and did graduate work ;ra't-N£w School of Social .Research, New York City, joining the Clarinda School system, Daily Record ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 18— Mrs. Jerome E. Schroeder, Carroll James B. Kemmish, Glidden Admission April 19— Mrs. Agnes D. Heider, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. Earnest J. Janning, Carroll, a daughter, Friday Mrs. Donald L. Carroll, a son, Mrs. Ronald A. Carroll, a son. !(McNa,llyi-l)y ; Cleveland (Johnson 6-0) at Boston (tiant 0-1) ' '• ; • - ; ; ? : ?' ; Milwaukee rWrighit'24)! at Detroit (Coleman 2-0) Kansas City (Splittorff 0-1) at Chicago (Wood 1-3) California (Ryan 2-2) at Oakland (HoltzmanO-2) 'Minnesotaat (Decker 1-0) at -Texas (Hargan 0-1), N. Sunday!s Games Milwaukee at Detroit New Yofk;al Baltimore Cleveland'at Boston . Kansas City at Chicago .. ?H«f Iowa and taught in the :-.- Mount Vernon School system. '.''' In addition to teaching, she oper'ates Studio One, a business dealing in interior design and decoration, and commercial art paintings. Judging the adult division will be Dennis Dykema, the ' Instructor of Art at Buena Vista College since 1970. . .Dykema held art teaching i Spencer and • Charles City. Dykema, an :';,; artist, Has had one-man shows ./' in /Orange City, Lakes Art r ; Esthervi lie >" Community College. Charles Mr. and Lampman Friday Mr. and Wessling, Saturday Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.20 Corn. No. 2 yellow 2.44 Oats 1.35 City, Morningside College and is scheduled for a one-man pottery show at the Sioux City Art Center this fall. IN DUET CONCERT Terri Templemeyer, Carroll, will present a senior duet concert with Teresa Waldmann, Council Bluffs, on April 28 at the College of Saint Mary, Omaha, Neb. The concert, a requirement for music majors will include works by several classical composers. i*« Montreal 4 "'Phildelphia St. Louis. Chicago New York Pittsburgh L PHI. '4 : 8 5 2 2 9 West 9 4 8 6 8 6 1-1 5 6 311 '.571 .556 .200 .182 ;*.'$* V'' 2 VS...' 1 Deaths, Funerals REPUBLICAN LEADER Dick Lane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lane of Carroll, was elected membership chair man of the Kansas?? College Republican.; Federation at their 'adnual convention. He was elected . unanimously by the delegates, V representing all Republican college clubs in Kansas. Lane , is a junior at Benedictine College, Atchison, Kan., and a graduate of Kuemper High School. Los Angeles 94 .692 — Houston 86 .571 l'/ 2 San Fran. 8 6 .571 I'/fe Atlanta 77 .500 2V 2 Cincinnati 5 6 .455 3 San Diego 311 .214 6Vz Friday's Games ; Philadelphia 9, Chicago 2. : !' Pittsburgh/at New York'?-may call at' the Sharp Funeral ppd.,rara >'' ';.. | i--Home in Carroll after 7 p.m. Cincinnati B San Diego 4-.. '.^Saturday. The rosary will be ' " ~ ~ " ' : .^recited- Saturday at 8:15 and LAWRENCE HEITHOFF Lawrence Heithoff, 55, of Gray, was dead of a heart ailment upon arrival at St. Anthony Regional Hospital here at 3:45 a.m. Saturday, April 20. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Monday at St. Joseph's Church, Dedham, by the Rev. Henry'Meyer. Burial will be in the : parish cemetery. Friends Montreal 5, St. Louis4 t 'Houston8iAtfentk2j -•'•• '.-San : ; Angeles 4': ' Sunday's Games-.j, ^/; Chicago at Philadelphia^ V Pittsburgh at New Yjork ;,.^ SanDiegoatCincinriati.Z; ; Montreal at St/Leuis San Francisco at Los Angeles •• . ..: Atlanta at Houstoh IN COLLEGE PLAY Barb Dearduff, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. John Dearduff, Carroll, will play the role of 'Miss Adelaide in the production of "Guys and uolls" by the Oliver Hall Drama Guild, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. the guild, which was organized two months ago, will present the play on April 25-28 in the dormitory. Miss Dearthiff i&a freshman at the university. COLLECT PAPERS ARCADIA — Juniors of Ehlers and Gerken Unit 694, American Legion Auxiliary will collect newspapers, magazines and catalogs in Arcadia after school Monday. Residents should tie the papers in bundles and leave them on their door steps for the girls to pick up. The Weather Iowa Extended Forecast Monday through Wednesday Chance , Mostly fair over state Tuesday warming Tuesday warming to 60s and 70s Wednesday. Lows upper- 30s to mid 40s. ?•:•'*-'' JOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy to cloudy with showers or thunderstorms likely today ending west portion late tonight and east portion Sunday forenoon. Thunderstorms most likely and intense late this afternoon and early tonight with a chance of locally severe storms developing. High today upper 60s northeast to upper STORMY Sundajy at 3 p.m., 8 p.m. by ;.vj^ar ; i^hioiners and at 8:45 p.m. KbyCthevTempleton Knights of Ooiumbus. f MI*- Heithoff was born at 'Tenipleton Feb. 5, 1919, a son 'of: Bernard and Rose .;Schneltter Heithoff, and spent his early years in the Templeton area. OTI Feb. 4,1948, he married Helen Ludwig at SS. Peter and Paul Church |n Carroll. They farme'd in the vicinity of Templeton before moving to their present home six miles south and one and one-half miles west of Dedham. He was a nrenvber of St. Joseph's XJhttrcK'at Dedham and the •;jKnig[Kt« .d'f Columbus at SHERMAN G. FARRELL Services for Sherman Grant Farrell, 88, of Carroll were held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home here. The Rev. Timothy Koenig, pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church, officiated. Reese Abbe sang "Abide With Me" and "I Know That My Redeemer Lives". Organist was Mrs. K. K. Holley. Pallbearers were Douglas Domayer, Ronald Mattingly, Daniel Schoeppner. Robert Schoeppner, David Meiers and James Meiers. Burial was in the Carroll City Cemetery. Mr. Farrell died April 16 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital after a long illness. lowaPublicSeiviceCb.) Yesterday's high......... ; . ^ /slow,. :;:': S .W : i.m. today..:......'. ..V56 At 10 a.m. today,..:.. 61 Weather A Year Ago— Rainfall amounted to 32 irich in the 24 hours prior to 7 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll. The mercury climbed to a high of 72 degrees. Low reading was 54 degrees. , Randy ?'*f^ii|KiSl^tfc; : "his mother, Mrs. .Heithoff of St. Anthony Home, Carroll, a i 1 -sister, Mrs. Leonard (Sabina) ^xirrer of Dedham; and three ' •brothers,. Marcel 1 us of Verndale, Minn., Clarus of Manning and Harold of Templeton. He was a son-in-law of Albert Ludwig of Breda. Mr. .Heithoff was preceded in death by a brother and a , -sister. ,. ;.;>•:. :. , Lawrence Heithoff Gray — Age 55 Friendt may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll after 7 p.m. Saturday Rosary: Saturday 8:15 p.m. Sunday 3 p.m. Sunday 8 p.m. fty the pamh Sunday 8:45 p.m. by the Templeton Knight* of Columbus Mass of the Resurrection: 1:30 p.m. Monday at the St. Joseph Church, Dedham Officiating: Rev. Henry Meyer Final Resting Place: St. Joseph Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 33 years -, '," *' ' ''•* -" •'' '''•''.'' •-/-,'.. 'J •''••* •*' 1%' *-' ' '.' ' .•' ;

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