Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 27, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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2nd to Knight Girls PERRY — The Kuemper girls track team broke six school records and tied another here Friday afternoon in a second place finish in a triangular meet with Jefferson and Perry. Jefferson won the meet with 66 l /i points, while the Kuemper girls collected 524 and Perry, who jumped to a big lead after the field events, scored 45 points. Kuemper's 10-flight shuttle hurdle relay team of Maureen Nurse, Joan Wiskus. Lori Thein and Sue Maher broke the old school record of 1:17.2 with a 1:15.6 effort to win the event. Joan Comes finished third in the 440-yard dash, but clipped the Kuemper school record by two tenths of a second in a : 68.7 clocking. The 880-yard run, won by Jefferson in 2:27.5, furnished another new school record for the Kuemper team as Jean O'Leary ran a 2:31.8 for third place. O'Leary held the old mark at 2:36. Diane Julich ran a 2:31.9 for Kuemper in the half mile, but did not place. Kuemper's 400-meter shuttle relay team of Linda Gradoville., Julie Hogan, Diane Casey and Dawn Dillehay squeezed under the old school record with a :56.4 for first place. The old record was :56.6. Maureen Nurse tied the KHS record in the 220-yard hurdles as she won that event, while Lori Thein finished second. Nurse turned in a :35.0 and Thein was timed in :35.3. The Kuemper 880-yard medley relay team finished second behind Jefferson's 2:03.8, but still broke the school mark of 2:06.5. The relay quartet of Marie Wiskus. Ann Tiefenthaler. Pam Carroll, KHS Fail In Bids at Drake The Kuemper and Carroll delegations to the 65th annual Drake Relays failed to place in events Friday. Kuemper's sprint medley relay team of Mark Hermsen, Bill Neumayer, Russ Rupiper and Craig Dentlinger finished sixth in the third heat of that race with a 3:42.9. Des Moines East won the heat in 3:40.9. Carroll's Tim Fredrickson. who set a school record in the high jump this week at 6 feet-2Vz inches, and Kuemper's Rick Friedman both failed to clear the opening height of 6 feet in the high jump. Carroll's Pete Marz did not place in the shot put and no Home Needs Administrator AUDUBON - The Friendship Home here still is looking for a new administrator to replace Marie Nielsen, who is retiring after 10 years in the post. The home's directors recently announced the appointment of James Deal, ah Illinois native who will receive his master's degree in retirement home administration in May from the University of Arizona. Deal was to assume the post here June 1, but has now notified that home that he will not move here after all. The board's search for a new administrator has been resumed. distance was available. Kuemper's Tom Nurse also did not place in the pole vault as he missed the opening height of 12 feet-six inches. Saturday morning's program at Drake had Ted Nam, Jeff Petersen, Mike Cattermole and Rick Beyer running in the 440-yard relay preliminaries for the Tigers. Kuemper's 440-yard relay team of John Heithoff. Rupiper, Hermsen, Tony Nockels or Neumayer, also ran in preliminaries Saturday morning. Kuemper's Randy Diers was also entered in the discus Saturday. Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East W L Pet. GB Baltimore 10 6 .625 — New York 11 8 .579 4. Milwaukee 8 6 .571 1 Boston . .99 .500 2 Detroit 610 '.375 4 Cleveland 611 .353 44 West 10 7 9 8 9 9 Texas Oakland California Minnesota Chicago Kansas City .588 .529 .500 .500 .438 .438 WVM >W MW Easy To LOSE 10-20-30 POUNDS! Lose Lbs. 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School officials said an interim president would be appointed about July 1 and a search committee will be formed early next month for a permanent candidate. Rohner and Joleen Heinrichs ran a 2:05. The 440-yard relay unit of Dillehay, Casey, Gradoville and Hogan shaved a tenth of a second off the existing school record with a :55.8 for second place. The only other first place finish in the meet for the Kuemper girls came in the distance medley relay as Pam Rohner, Lisa Friedman, Joleen Heinrichs and Diane Julich ran the race in 4:46.2. Kuemper could manage only three and a half points from the field events, while Jefferson collected 13'/2 and Perry came up with a big 25 points. Pat Rohner and Ann Tiefenthaler ran second and third in the 100 dash, as both recorded an identical: 12.7. The Knight 880-yard relay unit of Cindy Pudenz, Marie Wiskus. Pat Rohner and Jean Pudenz had some bad luck as they finished second with a 2:00. Leading the event going into the final exchange, they dropped the baton on that exchange and Jefferson won the event with a 1:57.6. Sue Maher finished third for Kuemper in the 100-meter hurdles and Pat Rohner finished third in the 220-yard dash. Lori Nieland took a second place in the mile run and the Knight mile relay unit of Kerry Gleason, Lois Nobiling, Jean Comes and Jean O'Leary took a second. In the field events, Pat Rohner was third in the shot put, Pam Rohner was third in the discus, Jean O'Leary was third in the softball throw and Maureen Nurse tied for third in the high jump. Deb Walden of Kuemper placed second in the high jump with a four feet-four inch effort. Trimmer — -Staff Photo Jake O'Brien of Carroll, employee, of the L...G., : .Gute... Tree Service, has been busy this week beautifying the county's Court House trees and shrubs. Here he is shown trimming up one of the trees. Work was started Tuesday and O'Brien had hoped to finish the project this week. Kuemper Whips G-R in Golf The Kuemper junior varsity golf team edged the Glidden-Ralston varsity team by seven strokes here Friday, 173 to 180. Joe Kruse led the Knights with a 40. Other Knight scores were Steve Stangl, 43; Brad Fleskes, 44; and Craig Schroeder,46. Glidden-Ralston's Bruce Middaugh carded a 40 to tie Kruse for Medalist honors. Steve Hanson shot a 45, while Scott Soyer and Kevin Huisenga carded 46 and 49. respectively. Kuemper's freshmen beat the Glidden-Ralston junior varsity, 184-214 as Dave Bruner shot a 41 for the Knights. Other scores for the Knights were Ray Reuter, 48; Rick Collison, 44; and Brian Ragaller, 51. Mike Blackley, Mike Chapman and Terry Berns carded 54s for the Glidden-Ralston junior varsity, and Dennis Gregory shot a 52. Man Killed in Farm Accident BELLEVUE, Iowa (AP)Raymond H. Stillmunkes, 43, rural Bellevue, was killed Friday in a farm accident on his farm. Westside Pair End Texas Stay WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Gottsch arrived Tuesday evening after spending two weeks in Dallas, Tex., visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Stukz. They went especiall}' for the confirmation of their granddaughter, Mary. Sunday mornJng callers in the Robert Mason home were Mrs. Darrell Peyton and Randy and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rohr and Mindy, all from Ixmg Prairie" Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Wenzel and Sylvia went to Sioux City Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. John Derby's. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lueders visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lueders in Bellevue, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Maasen and family were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Dunn in Council Bluffs. Friday visitors in the Raymond Rickers home were Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ries of Pierre, S.D. Tara Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kas'person, was baptized Sunday at Zion Lutheran Church in Arcadia. Her sponsors were Diane Kasperson and Terry Kasperson. Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kasperson and daughters, and Arlene Kasperson and Terry. BASKETBALL CAMP The First Annual Buena Vista College "Eager Beaver" basketball camp will be held this summer with the first of three sessions opening June 9 at Storm Lake. The three camps for boys going into grades 7-12 will run from June 9-15, followed by camps June 16-22 and June 23-29. The camps, which will emphasize basketball fundamentals, will include time for the boys to go swimming, boating, play tennis and racketball. The camp director is Buena Vista College head basketball coach Bernie Weiss, who will be assisted by a number of Storm Lake area coaches. Registration' forms are available from Coach Weiss, 127, Cayuga Street, Storm Lake, Iowa, 50588. Business Sold To Kneeskern AUDUBON - John F. (Jack) McCort, owner of the McCort Coffee shop and hotel, has sold the business, effective May 1, to Cloyd Kneeskern. The new owner also operates the Holiday Cafe & Lounge on Highway 71 and the Victory Cafe in downtown Audubon. The Victory cafe, located in the Odd Fellows building, has lost its lease since the IOOF lodge plans to move its meeting rooms from the second floor of the building to the space presently occupied by the restaurant. Kneeskern said he will give the former McCort Coffee Shop the Victory Cafe name and that building will be remodeled to provide a private dining room. Man, 75, Dies in Fire at Home MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (AP)—Harry H. Smuck, 75, Marshalltown, died Friday when a fire gutted his home. Authorities said Smuck's body was found near the furnace in the basement. They said the fire' apparently started on the back porch but the cause is not known. Deaths, Funerals MRS. ALMA BLANCHE WILLIAMSON AUDUBON — Mrs. Alma Blanche Williamson, 83, longtime Audubon County resident, died Thursday in the Adair Community Health Center at Adair. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday in First Christian church here, with the Rev. Ron Mortensen officiating. Burial will be in Maple Grove cemetery, under direction of McFadden Funeral home. Pallbearers will be Jerry Immel, Dennis Immel, Russell Nielsen, LaVern Johnston, Donald Obermeier, and Guy Spitler. She was born in Audubon County July 13, 1890, the daughter of George and Martha Jane Bowman Everts. Her marriage to Harry Williamson took place April 20, 1910, and he preceded her in death. Mrs. Williamson was a housewife. Survivors include a son, George Williamson of Marble Rock, la.; two daughters, Mrs. Ray (Hazel) McCuen of Exira, and Mrs. Darwin (Lois) Soil of Blair, Neb.; 14 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Lois Wickman of Rochester, Minn. MRS. WILLIAM JENSEN Mrs. William (Hilda) Jensen, 69, of 227 North East Street, Carroll, died at 6 p.m. Friday, April 26, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital after being ill about four weeks. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday in Holy Spirit Church, with interment in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Arrangements are in charge of the Twit Funeral Home, where friends may start calling at 7 p.m. Saturday. The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Saturday and at 3, 8 and 8:45 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Jensen was a lifelong Carroll resident. A daughter of-s^os.epii >and Mauy K-lock& Pietig; sh'e was born here June 11, 1904. and received .her education at SS.^ Peter and Paul School. Her marriage to Mr. Jensen took place in SS. Peter and Paul Church April 26, 1921, with the Rev. Fr. Forester officiating. She was a member of Holy Spirit Church. Surviving with her husband are five children, Harold J. of Carroll, Mrs. Donald (LaRue) Johnson of Coon Rapids, Mrs. George (Joan) Frank of Audubon, Jerome and William Jr. of Anamosa; 15 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. A sister, Mrs. Ed (Josephine) Griffin, preceded her in death. MERLE C. DUNCAN Merle C. Duncan, 58, manager of Duncan's DX service station here for 16 years, died at 10:30 p.m. Friday, April 26, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. He had been in failing health for the past year. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at Holy Spirit Church Monday at 1:30 p.m. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday at the Twit Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited Sunday at 3,8 and 8:45 p.m. Mr. Duncan was born in Guthrie County April 9,1916, a son of George and Mary (May) Trullinger Duncan, and had lived in Carroll for 16 years. On April 29, 1947, he married Delores M. Frank at Annunciation Church, Coon Rapids, with the Rev. Fr. Dentlinger officiating at the wedding. They farmed four miles south of Coon Rapids before moving to Carroll, where he operated the service station until about a month ago. He was a member of Holy Spirit Church. Surviving with his wife are six children, Donald of Memphis, Tenn.; Douglas of Carroll; Mrs. Donald (Janet) Nesseth of South Haven, Miss.; Jeannine of Omaha, Neb.; Joleen and David, at home; three grandsons, his mother, Mrs. George Duncan of Coon Rapids; three sisters, Dorothy Duncan of Carroll, Mrs. Bill (Jean) Williamson of Littleton, Colo.; and Mrs. Richard (Geraldine) Rafferty of Coon Rapids; and a brother, Dwaine Duncan of Coon Rapids. A son, Dennis G., preceded him in death in 1960. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, April 27, 1974 DIANE ARLENE HINNERS MANNING — Mass of the resurrection for Diane Arlene Hinners, 16, of Manning will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday in Sacred Heart Church here by the Rev. Norbert Weber. M.S.C., assisted by the Rev. V. E. KollaschofHalbur. Miss Hinners, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hinners of Manning, was killed in an auto accident late Thursday, April 25, near Manilla, which also claimed the life of Paul Daniel Robertson of Greenville, S.C. Friends may call at the Ohde .Funeral Home in Manning after.1 p.m. Sunday. The C.Y.O. of Manning will recite the rosary at 3 p.m. and Fr. Kollasch will lead another rosary at 7:30 p.m. A Bible service will be led by Fr. Weber at 8:30 p.m. Pallbearers will be Mike Eischeid, Ronnie Hacker, Dan Hinners, Joe Rupiper, Brian Potthoff and Don Potthoff. Miss Hinners was born at Carroll March 21, 1958, and was a sophomore at Manning High School. She was a cheerleader and participated in other school activites, and was a member of the Manning 4-H Senior Cadets and of the C.Y.O. of Sacred Heart Church here. Surviving with her parents are six sisters and brothers including Karen, a student at American Institute of Business, Des Moines, Dale, Joan, Alan, Jim and Jennifer, at home;'and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Hinners and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Potthoff, all of Halbur. Her mother is the former Lois Potthoff. The Hinners family lives five miles north of Manning. PAUL D. ROBERTSON MANILLA — Services for Paul Daniel Robertson, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Robertson of Greenville, S. C., will be held at 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Ohde Funeral Home in Manilla. He was killed in an auto accident late Thursday, April 25, near Manilla in which Diane Arlene Hinners, 16, of Manning, also died. e , ,/Th e^ R e^. Don G r i f f^n,. .Methodist Church, will officiate at the rites.— Pallbearers will be Alan Robertson. Daniel Robertson. Tom Doyel, Jeff Hargens, Paul Hargens and Danny Williams. Burial will be in the Nishnabotna Cemetery. Manilla. Friends may call at Ohde's after 1 p.m. Sunday. Paul, whose mother is the former Winifred Ann Shepherd, was born March 8, 1959. at Ogden, Utah. He lived in Utah and Mississippi and attended Manning High School the second semester of 1973. At the time of his death he was a freshman at the J. L. Mann High School, Greenville, and was visiting relatives in this area with his parents. Surviving besides his parents are six sisters and brothers, Mrs. Michael (Deborah) Romero. Martha Gail, Nannette and Lauren Robertson, all of Ogden, Utah, Devin Robertson, with the U. S. Army at Vent Hill Farm, Va., and Mrs. Robert (Delia) Olier of Paschagoula, Miss. His grandfather, Paul Robertson, preceded him in death. HANS NIELSEN Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh has received word of the death of her nephew, Hans Nielsen, about 50, of Long Beach . Calif., formerly of Glidden. Mr. Nielsen died April 25 at Long Beach, where he had been hospitalized for three months. Funeral arrangements are pending there. He is survived by one son. He was a son of the Alfred and Lottie Nielsen, former Glidden residents. Arranger — Finishing up the last of approximately 30 orchestral arrangements for the pit orchestra for the Carroll High Swing Show May 3 and 4 is John Daily Record Sherriff's Office To Appear— Michael Lynn Underberg, Breda, was scheduled to appear before Magistrate Frank Gach Saturday morning on charges of public intoxication, consuming beer on the highway and resisting arrest. He was arrested Friday night by Deputy Sheriffs Doug Bass and Ferman Stout and Breda officer John Hayes on the charges. Underberg is to appear Monday in magistrate court 0ff Phre£&sf£e$!ing charges w'h T c h" h e ' a 11 e d g e d ,1 y, committed Thursday nieht. Police Deparment Three-Car Accident- Cars driven by Doris M. Turner, Coon Rapids, and Madge R. Izer. East Moline, 111., were in collision Friday at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Court Street, police reported. The accident occurred as both vehicles were westbound on the highway, and the Turner vehicle attempted to change lanes, police said. In attempting to drive off the traveled portion of the highway after the accident, the Turner vehicle struck a parked car owned by Dale Berns, Route 2, Carroll, police said. No injuries were reported. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 25— Arlo Bruning, Carroll Cory Johnston, Carroll Dana Haws, Glidden Admission April 26— Patrick Shearon, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. Marvin B. Sporrer, Dedham, a son, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Bird, Carroll, a daughter, Friday Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brotherson, Carroll, a daughter, Saturday Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Gehling, a daughter Gretchen, April 26 at Malcolm Grow Hospital, Andrews Air Force Base, Washington, D. C. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gehling, Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bjork of Albert City. The Weather The Weather In Carroll Yesterday's high 75 Yesterday's low 59 At 7 a.m. today 58 At 10a.m. today 65 IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy tonight with a chance of showers or thunderstorms. Thunderstorms possibly heavy at times tonight. Lows tonight mid 50s northwest to mid 60s southeast. Mostly cloudy Sunday, chance for showers and thunder storms east. Highs mostly in 70s. RAIN Iowa Extended Forecast Monday through Wednesday Chance of showers or thundershowers Monday ending from the east Tuesday. Cooling trend Monday and Tuesday. Highs will average in the 60s. Lows 40 and 50s Monday and in the 40s Tuesday and Wednesday. Weather A Year Ago — Temperatures a year ago today in Carroll included a high of 54 and a low of 34 degrees. Erickson, band instructor. The show is in the final week of rehearsals and will be presented in the<high school auditorium at 8 p.m. both nights. Reserve Unit in Recruiting Drive Representatives of the United States Army reserve battery of the Third Battalion, 14th Field Artillery which has been relocated here from Sioux City will be at the Carroll County Court House Monday through Thursday for a recruiting drive. Seventeen persons enlisted info the reserve unit last weekend on the first enlistment drive. The unit has an authorized personnel strength of 56 enlisted men. two officers and a warrant officer. The reserve unit will be located in the building at 228 North Main Street, now housing Lahr Auto Trim and Wayne's Signs. Capt. John Mansfield, Sioux City, commander of the new unit, said plans now call for the unit to drill the third weekend of each month starting in June. Enlistments in the reserve unit are from one to six years, depending upon previous military service. Each person enlisting in the reserve unit will be issued a complete set of uniforms, Capt. Mansfield said. Mrs. William Jensen Carroll — Age 69 Friends may call at'the Twit Funeral Home starting at 7 p.m. Saturday Rosary Saturday at B p.m. Sunday at 3 p.m. Sunday at 8 p.m. Sunday at 8:45 p.m. Mass of the Resurrection 10:00 a.m. Monay at Holy Spirit Church Final Resting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery TWIT Merle C. Duncan Carroll — Age 58 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home starting at 2 p.m. Sunday Rosary Sunday at 3 p.m. Sunday at B p.m. Sunday at 8:45 p.m. Mass of the Resurrection 1:30 p.m. Monday at Holy Spirit Church Final Resting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery TWIT

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