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April 29, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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3 Class Boys Basketball •> Tourney Recommended BOONE. Iowa (AP)—The Iowa High School Athletic Association has received a recommendation that the state have a three-class boys basketball tournament. The recommendation was made Friday by the 18-man committee studying basketball classes, and was formally presented to the association's board of control Saturday. Iowa currently has a two- class tournament with the top 128 schools competing in Class AA and the remaining teams in Class A. The committee's recommendations were: —That three classes be established. —Eight teams from each class be represented in the state tournament in Des Moines. —The largest 64 schools make up one class, the next 96 schools a middle class and the Mo Kelley, publicity director of the association, said the representative council of the association will meet in June to decide what will be done about the recommendations. They could be submitted to vote of the member schools, or the govering bodies of the association could reject to accept the recommendations. "Some decision probably will be made by July," Kelley said. The study committee was appointed in January at the request of the Iowa High School Basketball Coaches Association, and held its only other meeting in March. Most of the complains about the classes have come from the smaller teams in Class AA. a.nd the committee's Girl Scouts Get Badges at Tea MANNING - The Manning Girl Scouts held their annual Mother's Tea at the Presbyterian Church on April 21. Pat Klinker, who served as mistress of ceremony, introduced Jessica Zerwas a senior scout, who read a poem entitled "Salute to Mothers". The second grade Brownies sang two songs. The Brownie members received Lakota patches and the Brownie Smile patch. The Junior scouts displayed knots which they had worked on. The Junior Scouts each received a Lakota patch and the rollbwih^awards: Lisa Hass - Drawing and Painting, Personal Health, Backyard Fun, Community safety. Dabbler, Hospitality;. Tonva Joens — Home Health and Safety, Hospitality, Personal Health; Teresa Hass — Hospitality, Dabbler, Personal Health; Deanne Joens — My Camera, Pets. Housekeeper, Hospitality; Julie Mohr — Collector, Hospitality, Observer, Water Fun, Personal Health; Karol Klinker —, Jane Miller, Patty Hughes, Zina Aylor, Jessica Dammann, Sacia Bell, Susan Lee, Michelle Fieck, Mary Jo Peters, Pam Dentlinger, Terri Rix and Carol Williams — Hospitality and Personal Health; Sherri Mohr — Hospitality and Personal Health, Water Fun, Songster; Patty Handles — Hospitality, Community Safety, My Camera, Rambler and Observer; Roxanne Halbur — Hospitality, Personal Health, Observer, Housekeeper; Susan Zubrod, Personal Health; Susan Crandall — Hospitality, Personal Health, Musician; RhondaOpperman, Toni Dammann and Jackie Handles — Hospitality. Barbara Handles was presented with a five year pin for her five years as a leader. The sponsors of the Girls Scouts were also recognized and presented with a plaque. Woman's Club for the Brownies. VFW Auxiliary for Juniors; American Legion for Cadettes, and Wa-Tan-Ye for Senior Scouts. Dorothy Arp explained the four challenges the Cadettes are required to obtain, social dependability, emergency preparedness, active citizenship and laws interpretation. Peggy Dentlinger, Kristin Hansen and Srnily Opperman were three Cadettes completing these challenges. Carol Hagedorn, Carol Muhlbauer, Rita Zerwas, Geri Spies, Laura Martens and Carol Muhlbauer presented the Brownies with their Fly-Up Wings, the Girl Scout Pin, and a book mark with the . Girls Scout laws. Fly-up and their escorts were Leslie Martens escorted by Karol Kfinger; Renee Sporrer by Julie Mohr; Lori Nelson by Patty Hughes; Vickie Miller by Dacia Bell; Joan Nissen by Sherri Mohr; Sherri Muhlbauer by Jessica Dammann; Rhonda Meeves by Pam Dentlinger; Barbara Myer by Susan Crandall; Tammy Spies by Lisa Hass; Maria Feick by Carla Madsen; Zeanna Avlor by Zina Aylor; Susan Blohm by Roxanne Halbur; Julie Hagedorn by Toni Dammann; Suzanne Bandow by Jane Miller; Denise Clausen by Susan Lee; and Brenda Irlbeck by Tonya Joens. The Junior Fly-up were introduced by Dorothy Arp. Junior Fly-ups are Patty Handles, Susan Zubrod, Terri Rix, Carol Williams, Michele Fieck, Rhonda Opperman and Deanne Joens. There was one Cadette Fly-up into the Senior troop, Kristin Hansen. Following the awards and fly-up. Kathy Arp showed a series of slides. The two departing Senior Scouts. Jessica Zerwas and Nancy Fogleman, were presented with yellow roses. Milicent Wiose presented a potted plant to Jean Arp for her work in Girl Scouting the past 14 years. Following the program, mothers signed application forms for Day Camp which is to be held on June 17-21 at Willow Creek. Virginia Stoberf is registar for this years Day Camp session. The afternoon closed with a light lunch served to the scouts and their mothers by several girls from the 4-H Clovers. Bowling HITS* MISSES LEAGUE Team Standings Points Walters' Appl. Center 87 Old Home 77'? Wenck F.eeds 76 Witt's Hdwe 71' 5 Drees' Plbg. & Htg 71 Pin Oaks 70 Joe's Paint Center 65'-2 Sharp Florist 65 H 4 J Tavern 604 B. P. Feeds 58'-a Moore Bros 524 Gambles .37 High Ind. Single GameWomen: Elva Bernholtz 198 Marlene Tigges 181 Colene Beidler 180 Men: Dick DeWitt 219 DickDeWitt 214 uary Quandt 193 High Ind. Three GamesWomen: Elva Bernholtz 515 Pat Mielk 493 Colene Beidler 491 Men: DickDeWitt 586 Larry Lasher 517 Luveme Brinker 507 High Team Single Game- Drees' Plbg. i Htg 748 Witt's Hdwe 744 Wenck Feeds 741 High Team Three Games — Witt's Hdw 2066 Drees Plbg 4 Htg 2063 Wenck Feeds 2053 NITE KAPPERS Team Stand'ngs Hicks Wei'Co Macke Motors Andrews Uojfing and Sheet Metal . Carroll Bfwl.lnc Haps Tavuni Kanne Mobil Carroll Rooting Co HR Cleaners Case Power and Equipment Peters Motors, Inc JfcJ Electric GE Pipers No. 2 High Ind. Si.igle Game- Mike Sievers Jack Foley DeanErtz High Ind. Three Games- Dean Ertz Jack Foley Cecil Hupp High Team Single Game- Carroll Roofing Co Andrews Roofing and Sheet Metal . Haps Tavern High Team Three Games — Haps Tavern '. Carroll Roofing Co And'rews Roofing and Sheet Metal. . 941 . 931 . 926 .2703 .2677 2638 recommendations would create a new class for these schools plus the 32 largest schools presently in Class A. "No specific were recommended, like how many games would be played each day and at what time the title games would be played," Kelley added. "All that would be decided after the recommendations are acted on." The committee in March heard a wide range of proposals, including returning to a one-class tournament, retaining the present two-class setup and going to three or even four classes. Iowa has had a state basketball tournament since 1912, and until 1956 there was only one class. There has been two two-class tournaments From 1956 through 1960, and again since 1967. Points .. 98 .. 91 .. 874 .. 854 .. 72 .. 66 .. 64 .. 614 .. 52 .. 46 .. 41 .. 274 ...223 ... 218 :.. 211 539 536 533 EAGERBEAVERS Team Standings Points Bauer Livestock 90 Carroll Lumber 884 Dearduff 79 CHsen&Co 754 Tony's Lounge 724 Crouse Cartage 69 EUu 63 Domi & Germaine's 61 BiHSuperValu 58 WhaleyChevelot 494 Peter's Motors 49 Schlitzers 36 High Ind. Single Game- Sherry lackey 211 KayeRiddJe 207 Rose Bauer 196 High Jnd. Three Games— SherryLockey 549 Jeanette Lorenson 516 JacquieHackett 514 High Team Single Game- Bauer Livestock 903 Carroll Lumber 870 Dearduff 864 High Team Three Games- Carroll Lumber 2496 Dearduffs 2472 DBauer Livestock 2443 [4-H News WILLEY - The annual Mother's Day Tea was given by the Willey Merry Maids 4-H Club at the parish hall on April 21. Roll call was answered by presenting the mothers with gifts. The Better Groomed Girl contests was held. Winners were Gloria Heithoff, first, Terri Weitl. and Cathy Danzer, second, in the Senior Division. Intermediate winners were Peggy Irlmeier and Mardell Trecker, first, and Pam Heithoff, second, and Juniors were Lynne Tigges and Charlene Irlmeier, first, and Joni Ferneding, second. Judges were Mrs. Harold Pomeroy and Mrs. Joe Tigges. Special guests were the parents of the girls, the judges, the Rev.James Fangrnan, the Rev. John McGuirck and Mrs. Esther Heithoff. The Achievement Show date was set for July 1. It was planned that the club would take a trip to Des Moines. Entertainment for the evening was skits presented by the girls. A potluck supper was served by the members. MANNING - The Manning Senior Cadets held a sewing workshop on April 6 in the Plaza basement. President Mary Lou Rohe reminded the members of next month's duties. The upcoming Mother's Tea to be held on May 7 at 7:30 p.m. was discussed. Suggestions for entertainment were made. Committees were set up to plan the event. Becky Tank was congratulated for being interviewed for State 4-H office. The leaders informed the girls that green knit material was available for 4-H uniforms. For more information, the members should talk to the leaders. Talks and demonstrations given were: "Laundry Hints" by Lorraine Lutwitze; "Photography" by Deb Mohr; "Preparing Your Fabric" by Janis Opperman; "Invisible Zipper" by Cherri Ramsey; "Exposed Zipper" by Karen Tank; "Machine Hemming" by Deb Opperman; "Seam Finishes" by Bonnie Schmidt; "Waistbands" by Julie Kasperbauer; "Buttons, Snaps, Hook and Eyes" by Joni Siepker. Following the meeting the girls had a sack lunch. Hostesses were Mary Lou Rohe and Karen Tank serving pop and bars. IM.AVGIKI.S Team Standings Ciixifrrs ....... L-:t Bench Warmers Aslru's ....... Alley fills I'in Heads . . . . Sharks Horn I. users Sand bakers Turkeys Strikettes Loafers Hi^h Ind Single (Jiimc'S— Liz Sdi.-iefer Mary Ann Kraut/ I'hark'iie Lux IliKh Ind Three (lames— Dels llehn Klv« liernholl/ ..... \M SrhHffrr High Team Single (lames— Siindbaggcr.s . . . Sharks High Team Three Samibiiggcr.s. Lucky -I Sharks Points HO 1 :. 72 70 69'; 6B ... Ri 1 ^ 60 60 59 57'56 511 191 180 176 502 469 467 559 5.')H 5M I57II 1^15 1514 Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 All copy for classified ads and classified display ads musl be in the Times YHerald by 9 a.m. day of publication Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. on Saturday to insure publication. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch $; 7c Additional insertions j| 50 CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day. per word 12c "Three days, per word 2tic Six days, per word 38c CARD OP THANKS 20 words or less $2.50 Over 20 words lOc per word - • Ben Neppls Mark 40th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ben Neppl of Carroll have been honored for their 40th wedding anniversary, which occurred April 23. Saturday evening they were entertained by all of their children and families in Omaha at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arden Neppl, Tonya and Carrie Ann. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Neppl, Shannon, Tom and Mike of Brownsville, Tex; Lorgfl Neppl of Minneapolis; Mr and Mrs. Victor Wittrock, Vickie, Debby, Dale, Mark, Lyle, Patty and Wendy, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hannasch, Pamela, Danny and Steven, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Siepker. Lori Ann and Jessica of Templeton. The anniversary observance began April 21 with a high mass at St. Lawrence Church with Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff as celebrant. The mass followed by a 12:30 dinner at St. Lawrence cafeteria for the Neppls' children, grandchildren, immediate relatives and friends. Lunch was served at the close of the social afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Neppl's wedding took place in 1934 at St. Adrian's Church. Adrian, Minn. Big Increase in Hog-Raising in Red China WASHINGTON (AP) -Hog production in the Peoples Republic of China has soared the past 25 years and has helped that country emerge as a major trade participant in world markets, the Agriculture Department said today. When the Communists gained control in 1949. China reportedly had about 57.8 million hogs. By 1972. according to Chinese accounts, hogs numbered 260 million, more than quadrupled. An analysis of China's hog situation was published by the department's Foreign Agricultural Service in a weekly report, Foreign Agriculture. It was written by Frederick W. Crook and Sheldon Tsu, foreign demand and competition specialists in the Economic Research Service. Although most hogs are produced for Chinese consumers, hog and pork products "have been an important earner of foreign exchange in the past two decades," the report said. By 1970, those were accounting for more than 10 per cent of China's total export earnings. Ninety per cent of the exports go to Hong Kong, but other important markets include Czechoslovakia, Egypt, France, Italy, Poland and Britain, the report said. Since the United States and the PRC resumed trade relations in late 1972, American farmers have seen China become one of their largest foreign markets. Or the fiscal year ending June 30, trade with China is expected to total $1.2 billion. Although most of the U.S. farm sales to China involve commodities for human use, including wheat, corn and cotton, the report today noted that "without these imports by China, grain would have to be taken from rural areas, thus lessening the amount of grain available for hogs." But Crook and Tsu described hog production in China as a vastly different setup than found in Iowa and Illinois. "Hog production is off icially promoted by the PRC government as a means of earning foreign exchange through the sale of hogs and hog products abroad; as a way for farmers to increase their income through husbanding hogs; as an important source of protein for the largely starchy Chinese diet; and to increase the supply of organic fertilizer, "they said. There's Gold In Your Attic! Announcements 6 WELCOME DAVK Crown, our new flight instructor. Fisher Aviation Inc. B-98-9tc Good Things To Eat 18 LET DAILY TIMES HKHALI) ADVERTISING WORK FOR YOU AT YOUR FARM SALE Attention Disabled and Senior Citizens. Forms are now available For application for Property Tax and Rent Relief. H&R. Block is here to assist you. Open 1-5 Tues. after tax season. Phone 792-2770. Office at 105 West 6th, Carroll. 6-89-lp Business Services 14 If your auto insurance premium hasn't dropped at least 20 r ''r this year, before you renew Call Bill Comito Pringle Tax & Insurance 792-3805 CARPETS CLKANKD in your home or place of business by Von Schrader — dry foam method Call today for free estimate. Nu-WAY CARPET CLEAN ING 792-3898. 14-6I-tfc FOR ALL chain saw sales & SERVICE, call or see Reinart Service. 7th & Hwy. 30. Phone 792-2126. _ 14-77-tf JIM'S TREE SERVICE Carroll, Iowa Insured Reasonable rates Phone 792-1484 Jim Ransom n-56-iip JACOBSEN TRAVEL AGENCY 225 E. 5th Phone 792-4431 Paul Frioke. Manager K r o m a Household Spnt to a Spotless House Your CARPETS cleaned and maintained by the world's leading professional cleaning systems — carpets, furniture. floors, walls and complete House-Wide Cleaning Isn't this Ihe dav lo call 792-2155 for a free estimate. 14-66-tfc •OR ALL GASOLINE engine lawn mower repair call or see Reinart Service. 7th & Hwy. 30. 14-77-tf FRKK STORAGE of winter garments. Pick up and delivery. Cleaning, pressing and alterations. Phone 792-4333. HR Cleaners. 14-95-tfc TELEVISION SERVICE — Pronipt attention. Fair prices. Qualified technicians. WAITERS' Appliance Center Central Service. 792-2696. L4-48-tfc "Where To Go 17 POP 10' (with Pizza) Family Night Every Tuesday Night 5 till 9 50* PITCHER OF POP (With Pizzai PIZZA HUT SALAD I With Pizza I $1.55 SMALL PIZZA (Reg. $1.95) ... MED. PIZZA (Reg. $3.15) . LARGE PIZZA <t>O Af\ (Reg. $4.25) J^O.^tU East oh Highway 30 Parkway Plaza 17-10l-ltc BIRTHDAY CLUB Having a Birthday this Week? Celebrate it at... RED CARPET LOUNGE PRICE ON THE DINNER OFYOfKCIIOICK Adults only. Must Show ID Good Monday thru Friday 17-225-ltc SPECIAL PANCAKE SUPPER Every Wednesday 3 Hot Cakes A< __ Bulk Sausage, Coffee $1.25 2 Hot Cakes A Bulk Sausage, Coffee $1.10 3 Hot Cakes __„ Coffee 85 C Served from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. PAULINE'S CAFE Sales Help 21 SALES OPPORTUNITY A young but well established company is seeking a representative in Carroll and surrounding counties. Income opportunity is one of the best anywhere. First year commission earnings for an inexperienced man. $10.000 - $14,000. Experienced man. $14.000 - $20.000. Management opportunity with this rapidly expanding company is unlimited. Experience in insurance, securities or other outside sales is a definite advantage, but is not required. This is a rare opportunity. All inquiries will be held in strict confidence. For a personal interview in your local area, send brief resume to: Ray Fraser 13812 Pierce Omaha, Nebraska 68144 21-Wtotc Help Wanted 23 GOOD WORKERS needed at once to learn a skilled profession. Good wages, overtime, good opportunity for advancement. Apply in person. World Wide Meats, Denison. 23-84-tfc MAN OR student, afternoons. Apply in person. Don's Bakery. 23-99-31C PARTTIME WAITRESS - 18 or older. 2-3 nights per week. SI.65 to start. $2.00 after 30 days. Apply at THE PIZZA HUT. 23-100-3tc COMBINATION DISHWASHER and cook's helper. Apply in per- on. Pauline's Cafe. 23-98-6tc PARTTIMK DAY waitress. Fritz's Place. Call 792-9188 or '792-4273. 23-101-6tc Situation Wanted 24 WANTED: LAWN mowing jobs. Douglas Meyer. 792-3127. 24-101-3tp Positions Available 26 LOOK! Continuing to increase quality of care, we are looking for an aggressive LPN. Full time. Write of phone. Sunny Knoll Care Centre. 700 E. Lake Street, Rockwell City. 297-7210. 26-98-12tc Farm Equipment 29 Times Herald, Carroll, »a. Monday, April 29, 1974 For Sale Farm Machinery 33 FOR RENT: 4 : ',i Yard tractor scraper. Karl Wittrock. 792-2663. 33-101-2tc Auctions 40 Antique Auction Atlantic, Iowa 2 days Thurs. & Friday, May 9 & 10 Starting at 10:00 A.M. At 4-H Bldg. Collections — Antiques of Mildred and Loren King. Box 12 Write for Sale Bill Flick. Eilts & Stewart. Aucts. FOR SALE Investment properly. 2 story home. 1st Floor has .'( bedrooms, family room, living room, dining room & kitchen. 2nd Floor has 2 bedrooms, living room, dining room & kitchen. Completely carpeted. Fireplace on 1st floor. There is a huge screened in porch. Priced right. Investment properly —4 unit apartment. Close to downtown. Each unit has 1.000 sq. feet. 2 bedrooms, bath, kitchen-dining room and spacious living room. There is a garage for each unit, laundry facilities and extra stnrnge in basement. Pudenz Agency 792-1440 Bob Pudenz Erv Pudenz Gary Kunecke. 792-4946 792-9927 792-3239 63- Livestock For Sale 41 12 WHITKFACE 1st calf heifers /calves at side. Earl Wittrock. 792-2663. 41-101-2tc FOR SALE 12 HEAD P.B. — S.P.F. DUROC BOARS 15 HEAD P.B.—S.P.F. GILTS TOM KUPKE Phone (515) 386-4253 or (515)738-2287 41-99-ltc FOR SALE: 4 Hampshire Boars. Phone:792-2773. 41-99-3tc EWES & lambs. 673-4416. 41-99-5tc KWES & iambs. 659-3664. 41-99-5tp PUREBRED S.P.F. Hampshire fall boars. Serviceable age & choice quality. Roy A. Struve, Manning. 653-5222. 41-91-48tc Wanted To Buy 53 WANTED TO Buy — Used youth size golf clubs. 792-9518 after 5 p.m. 53-99-tfp For Sale 55 GIRLS SOFTBALL glove. Wilson brand with nylon stitching. Phone 792-1376 after 5 P.M. 55-101-tfp MINTS — GRADUATION silhouettes — diplomas & other designs. Call: 669-3685 or 792-9051. 55-101-3tc KEEP CARPET cleaning problems small — use Blue Lustre wall to wall. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast Store. 55-101-ltc MOTHER'S DAY and Graduation Cards — 1 rack. 15c a card. CLEMENTINE'S. 55-90-tfc RCA PORTABLE color T.V. $100. Ph: 792-1615. 55-100-6tp ANTIQUE BATHTUB with eagle claw legs. 792-9481. 55-100-3tc BOAT — 44' x 8' fiberglass with trailer & camping tent inside (trailer can be used for snowmobile). Like new. 792-2831. 55-100-3tc SAVE GAS — ride a Suzuki motorcycle this summer. Bob's Sport Center. 618 W. 8th St.. next to Farm Bureau Bldg. 55-61-tfc 55 10,000 BTU General Electric air conditioner, 110 volt. $60. Walnut buffet. $10. 792-1615 or 792-4780. 55-91-tfp LAVATORY. 792-2372 after 3P.M. 55-97-6tp 5 FAMILY GARAGE SALE Monday, April 29 7-8 P.M. Tuesday, April 30 9-3 516 West 2nd 55 - |00 - 2t P NEW PLAYER piano rolls. 792-9821. 55-98-5tc VOSE & SON spinet piano. Less than 1 yr. old. Excellent condition. Buy for cash or finish payments. Write Box S-l'i/S Daily Times Herald. 55-99-3tc 110 Volt 9,000 BTU Air Conditioner $139.95 Reg. $199.95 in carton GAMBLES 792-4361 55-99-2IC PORCH SALE 303 North West Street Tuesday, April 30 9 A.M.-5 P.M. Tables, few old jars, clothing & misc 55-IOI-ltc Mobile Homes 56 NOTICE — NEW Hours at our sales lot. We will always be open Wednesdays. Thursdays, and Fridays 5 to 8 p.m. Saturdays 1 to 5 p.m. Phone 263-4500 for appointment and ask about the veteran loan with no down payment. Also many used homes on hand. Meyers Mobile Home Park & Sales, phone 792-4500 or 263-4500. 56-87-26tc Houses For Sale 63 BY OWNER: Modern 2 bedroom house with 2 extra lots. 792-9398. 63-%-6tc I HAVE- TWO HOMES INGLIDDEN FOR SALE LaVerne Gerdes Glidden. Iowa Phone 659-2255 63-10l-6tc TRI-LEVEL We have just listed this newer split-level home. Features 3 bedrooms central air & large double garage. Oversized rec room is included. Priced at $31,500. CALL JJna. Phone: Office Bob Lou Mike 792-9730 792-2435 792-4737 792-4938 63-101-21C SIOUX STORAGE and Dri-AN bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co.. Halbur. Iowa. BILL COMITO REALTY 792-3805 NEW LISTING 1 Block walking distance from St. Lawrence. 3 Bedroom ranch style home. Completely carpeted. Convenient country size kitchen. Gas furnace and central air. Call: Pat Beck 792-1134 or Harvey Fleshner 792-1513 63lo "fe Vote Yes For Cable TV Tuesday, April 30 Voting Place All Precincts Meeting Room Carroll County Courthouse!

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