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Holy Spirit Dominates Relays Holy Spirit continued their domination of the Third Annual Parish Relays held Thursday night at the Carroll Athletic Field. The Spartans piled up 64 points to win the event for the third straight year as Mount Carmel captured second-place with 34 points and Halbur-Templeton third with 32 points. Arcadia finished fourth with 26 points and St. Lawrence was fifth with 24 points. Holy Spirit took the top honors as they swept to first-place victories in the three relays and got individual firsts from Kevin Weitl in the long jump and Brian Greteman in the 220 yard. dash. Greteman. however, had to share the 220 title with Halbur-Templeton's Mike Anstoeter as both were clocked in 28.9 seconds. Tom Schenkelberg also played a major role in Holy Spirit's relay titles as he ran on all three. The 880 yard relay was made up of Greteman, Schenkelberg, Rick Kasperbauer and Matt Fangman. The winning 440 team included Bob Foley, Weitl, Fangman and Kasperbauer and the medley team consisted of Mike Berning, Jim Wiebers, Paul Baldus and Schenkelberg. The meet's only double winner was Kevin Berg of KHS Girls Lose to FD in Track Kim Barnes won three events and teammate Becky Banwell two as Fort Dodge defeated Kuemper, 78'/2 to 64Vj>, in a girls track meet Thursday at the Carroll Athletic Field. Barnes took the 100 and 220 yard dashes in 12.1 and 28.2 respectively and got her third victory in the long jump with a 15 feet, 4V4 inch effort. Banwell captured both hurdle events, taking the 100 meters in 17.3 and the 220 yard lows in 34.3 The Knights took eight first-places with Jean O'Leary getting two of those. O'Leary won the softball throw with a toss of 180 feet, six inches and later won the 880 yard run in 2:43.4. Other individual first-places for Kuemper included Lori Thein in the discus at 85 feet, one-half inch and Pat Rohner in the shot put with a heave of 28 feet, 10 inches. Kuemper added firsts in four relays — the 440 and 880, the 400 meter shuttle and the 880 yard medley. The 440 unit consisted of Julie Hogan, Pam Rohner, Diane Casey and Linda Gradoville, while the 880 team was made up of Cindy and Jean Pudenz, Pat Rohner and Lisa Friedman. The 400 meter shuttle relay was composed of Gradoville, Hogan, Pam Rohner and Dawn Dillehay and the 880 medley was comprised of Friedman, Marie Wiskus, Pat Rohner and Jolene Heinrichs. Kuemper's next action will be in the district meet Monday at Adel. Carroll will also be there. Results: Long Jump — 1. Kim Barnes, Fort Dodge, 15-4 1 /4; 2. Diane Casey, Kuemper; 3. Cindy Pudenz, Kuemper. High Jump — 1. Sue Cramer, Fort Dodge, 4-4; 2. Maureen Nurse, Kuemper; 3. tie between Deb Walden. Kuemper, and Beisser, Fort Dodge. Discus — 1. Lori Thein, Kuemper, 85Vz; 2. Strutzenberg, Fort Dodge; 3. Joan Schoeppner, Kuemper. Shot Put — 1. Pat Rohner. Kuemper, 28-10; 2. Jorgenson, Fort Dodge; 3. Deb Walden, Kuemper. 10-Flight Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. Fort Dodge, 1:13.5; 2. Kuemper (Maureen Nurse, Nancy Malloy, Lori Thein, Joan Wiskus). Distance Medley Relay — 1. Fort Dodge, 4:38.5; 2. Kuemper (Pat Rohner, Lisa Friedman, Jolene Heinrichs, Diane Julich). 100 Yard Dash —1. Kim Barnes, Fort Dodge, 12.1 ; 2. Pam Rohner, Kuemper; 3. Julie Hogan, Kuemper. 880 Yard Relay — 2. Kuemper (Cindy Pudenz, Jean Pudenz, Pat Rohner, Lisa Friedman), 1:58.3; 2. Fort Dodge. Softball Throw — 1. Jean O'Leary, 180-6; 2. Biesser, Fort Dodge; 3. Deb Walden, Kuemper. 440 Yard Dash — 1. Karen Porter; Fort Dodge, 1:06.6; 2. Jean Comes, Kuemper; 3. Nieman, Fort Dodge. 100 Meter Hurdles — 1. Arcadia as he won the 100 in 12.2 seconds and later won the 60 yard dash. Berg's time of 7.6 in the 60 was one of two records tied. He now shares the mark with Ron Riesselman who had same time in 1973 while running for Halbur-Templeton. The other mark tied came in the high jump as Mount Carmel's Randy Goecke cleared four feet, 10 inches to tie Dave Dailey's mark set in 1973 when he was competing for St. Lawrence. Other individual first-places were by Dean Reiling of Mount Carmel in the 120 yard low hurdles at 19.8; Kirk Lengeling of St. Lawrence in Becky Banwall, Fort Dodge, 17.3; 2. Underberg, Fort Dodge; 3. Ayers. Fort Dodge. 880 Yard Run — 1. Jean O'Leary, Kuemper, 2:43.4; 2. Underberg, Fort Dodge; 3. Lewis, Fort Dodge. 400 Meter Shuttle Relay — 1. Kuemper (Linda Gradoville, Julie Hogan, Pam Rohner, Dawn Dillehay), 56.4; 2. Fort Dodge. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Kim Barnes, Fort Dodge, 25.2; 2. Jean Pudenz, Kuemper; 3. Diane Casey, Kuemper. 220 Yaru Low Hurdles — 1. Becky Banwell, Fort Dodge, 34.3; 2. Porter, F,ort Dodge; 3. Underberg, Fort Dodge. 880 Medley Relay — 1. Kuemper (Lisa Friedman, Marie Wiskus, Pat Rohner, Jolene Heinrichs), 2:06.0; 2. Fort Dodge. Mile Run — 1. Anita Ayers, Fort Dodge, 5:59.1; 2. Lori Nieland, Kuemper; 3. LuAnn Murphy, Kuemper. 440 Yard Relay — 1. Kuemper (Linda Gradoville, Julie Hogan, Pam Rohner, Diane Casey), 54.5; 2. Fort Dodge. Mile Relay — 1. Fort Dodge, 4:33.0; 2. Kuemper (Kerry Gleason, Jolene Heinrichs, Lois Nobiling, Jean Comes). Reserve District No. 7 State No. 995 CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF TEMPLETON SAVINGS BANK of Templeton, Iowa And Foreign and Domestic Subsidiaries, at the close of business April 24, 1974, a state banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS Cash and due from banks (including $8,964.18 unposted debits) ; $ 496,790.55 U.S. Treasury securities 2,299,003.21 Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations 298,376.27 Obligations of States and political subdivisions ...... 25.147.50 Other securities (including $6.750 corporate stocks) 6.750.00 Other loans 3.402.541,93 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 26.348.08 TOTAL ASSETS 6.554.957.54 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 2.231.861.03 Time and savings deposits of individuals, .partnerships, and corporations 3,601,165.82 Deposits of United States Government 11,441.34 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 151,313.26 Certified and officer's checks, etc 14,016.88 TOTAL DEPOSITS $6,009,798.33 (a) Total demand deposits $2,320,285.30 (b) Total time and savings deposits . .$3,689,513.03 Other liabilities 5,914.66 TOTAL LIABILITIES 6.015,712.99 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to IRS rulings) 57,100.84 TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES . 57,100.84 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS EQUITY CAPITAL, TOTAL 482,143.71 Common stock-total par value 75,000.00 (No. shares authorized 3,000) (No. shares outstanding 750) Surplus 150,000.00 Undivided profits 107,143.71 Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves 150,000.00 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 482,143.71 TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 6,554.957.54 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date 6.150,648.98 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date 3,394,008.66 I, William Horbach, Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. William Horbach, Cashier We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. J. H. Kitt, Edward Siepker, Leona Schreck Horbach. Elmer Schreck—Directors. (Notary's Seal) State of Iowa. County of Carroll ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 27th day of April, 1974. Carol Schoeppner. Notary Public the shot put at 42 feet, 3'/a inches and Rich Ocken of Halbur-Templeton in the 440 at 1:07.7. Results: 120 Yard Low Hurdles - 1. Dean Reiling. Mount Carmel, 19.8; 2. Curt Bard, Holy Spirit; 3. Randy Prebeck, Halbur-Templeton; 4. Brian Friedman, ST. Lawrence, 5. Dave Behrens, Halbur-Templeton. High Jump — 1. Randy Goecke, Mount Carmel, 4-10; 2. John Brenny, Holy Spirit; 3. Curt Bard, Holy Spirit; 4. Dave Hackfort, Dedham-Willey; 5. Dean Reiling, Mount Carmel. Shot Put — 1. Kirk Lengeling, St. Lawrence, 42-3V 2 ; 2. John Loew, Holy Spirit; 3. Kevin Berg,Arcadia; 4. Rick Ocken, Halbur-Templeton; 5. Terry Axman, Dedham-Willey. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Kevin Berg, Arcadia, 12.2; 2. Myron Danzer, Dedham-Willey; 3. Bob Foley, Holy Spirit; 4. Lynn Brincks, Roselle; 5. Kevin Quandt, St. Lawrence. 880 Yard Relay — 1. Holy Spirit (Brian Greteman, Tom Schenkelberg, Rick Kasperbauer, Matt Fangman), 1:54.2; 2. St. Lawrence; 3. Halbur-Templeton; 4. Arcadia; 5. Mount Carmel. 60 Yard Dash — 1. Kevin Berg, Arcadia, '7.6; 2. Kevin Weitl, Holy Spirit; 3. Randy Goecke, Mount Carmel; 4. Mark Bieter, Holy Spirit; 5. Dale Riesenberg, Halbur-Templeton. 220 Yard Dash — 1. tie between Brian Greteman, Holy Spirit, and Mike Anstoeter, Halbur-Templeton, 28.9; 3. Kelly Drees, Mount Carmel; 4. Gerry Sibbel, Halbur-Templeton; 5. Kevin Tigges, Dedham-Willey. Long Jump — 1. Kevin Weitl, Holy Spirit, 15-ll'/2; 2. Bob Foley, Holy Spirit; 3. Jeff Tiefenthaler. Mount Carmel: 4. Dave Diers, Arcadja; 5. Bill Friedman, St. Lawrence. Medley Relay — 1. Holy Spirit (Mike Berning, Jim Wiebers, Paul Baldus, Tom Schenkelberg), 58.8; 2. Mount Carmel; 3. Halbur- Templeton; 4. St. Lawrence; Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, May 3, 1974 5. Arcadia. 440 Yard Dash — 1. Rich Ocken, Halbur-Templeton, 1:07.7; 2. Dale Leiting, Arcadia; 3. Randy Goecke, Mount Carmel; 4. Rich Berg, Arcadia; 5. John Brenny, Holy Spirit. 440 Yard Relay — 1. Holy Spirit (Bob FOley, Rick Kasperbauer, Matt Fangman, Kevin Weitl), 57.6; 2. St. Lawrence; 3. Halbur-Templeton; 4. Mount Carmel; 5. Dedham-Willey. How They Finished: Holy Spirit 64 Mount Carmel 34 Halbur-Templeton 32 Arcadia 26 St. Lawrence 24 Dedham-Willey 9 Roselle 2 Little League Rosters Announced Major Leagues By The Associated Press The Little League and Senior Little League draft was held Wednesday night at the Red Carpet Lounge. The following is the list of players and the team they are on. Commissioner Bob Beeson was head ot the draft. Senior League Rosters: Elks (coached by Stan Daiker) Tim Schoeppner, Joe Kruse, Matt Fangman, Mark Meyers, Brad Reiman, Curt Bard, Jim Weibers, Mark Steffes, Larry Millender, Jeff Kruse, Mark Shields, Chuck Eifler, Dan Gronstal and Eric Vanderheiden. Legion (Coached by Daryl Snyder)— Jim Collison, Steve Feld, Gerald Gach, John Loew, Al Staiert, Kev McLellan, Kirk Lengeling, Gary Snyder, Doug Zimmerman, Jason Eischeid, Tom Loew, Mark Heinrichs, Roger Rupiper and Brad Hoffman. Kiwanis (Coached by Orville Reiman)— Poncho Schieffer, Scott Neppel, Jim Petersen, Steve Dirkx, Erick Siemer, Mark Reicks, Tom Reiman, Martin Tigges, Mark Siemer, Mark Hulsebus Cards National League East St. Louis Montreal Philadelphia Chicago New York Pittsburgh Los Angeles Houston Cincinnati San Fran Atlanta' San Diego W L 1310 9 8 1012 712 814 613 West 18 6 1510 11 9 1212 1212 1114 Pet. .565 .529 .455 .368 .364 .316 .750 .600 .550 .500 .500 .440 GB — 1 24 4 5 3>2 5 6 6 7' 2 American League East W L Pet. New York Milwaukee Baltimore Detroit Cleveland Boston Texas California Oakland Chicago Minnesota Kansas City 1410 10 8 11 9 1110 1011 1013 West 13 9 1211 1011 911 911 813 .583 .556 .550 .524 .476 .435 .591 .522 .476 .450 .450 .381 GB 1 1 3 1 /;; IMi 2'/ 2 3 3 41/2 N Detroit at Minnesota Chicago at Milwaukee Texas at Boston OPEN SUNDAYS 1 to 5 p.m. Wed. & Fri. Till 9 p.m. Shop and Save at BIERL'S Hannasch, Ken Tegels, Scott Forbes, Scott Hackett and Dave Kalkhoff. Pepsis (Coached by Francis Baldus)— Dan Wittrock, Scott Shields, Mark Siemann, Ray Rieter, Mark Schenkelberg, Jeff Bluml, Steve Schechtman, Brian Greteman, Mark Nieland, Jim Molitor, Bob Johnson, Terry Ruchti, Paul Baldus and Mike Harmon. K. C.'s (Coached by Dennis O'Grady)— Vince Otto, Ken Nurse, Rick Foley, Todd Pettitt, Brandon Gute, Bob Foley, Gary Luchtel, Kevin Ortner, Bob Seidl, Randy Heller, Larry Ludwig, Jeff Bard, Tom Timmerman and Dennis Berger. Uptown (Coached by George Volk)— Ray Wittrock, Mike Mosher, Mike Nieland, Dan Steffes, Dan Volk, John Brenny, Brad Edwards, Jeff DeBower, Mike Smith, Gary Kroneberger, Craig Promes, Gary Steffes and Al Smith. Major LL Rosters: Athletics- Greg Tigges, Tom Snyder, Kev Ausman, Roger Bock, Rick Kanne, Tim Sapp, Paul Halbur, Gary Niceswanger, Ron Haukap, Mike Ludwig, Mike Bennett, Pat Soyer, Brian Behrens, Keith Peterson and Brian Bellinghausen. Cubs- Jim Smith, Carey Promes, Todd Kanne, Casey Hayes, Scott Britton, Scott Pinnow, Gerald Hayes, Ben Busche, Chris Promes, Dan Wenke, Ron Schauble, Mike Farrell, Greg Forbes, Paul Singsank and Greg Johnson. Mets— Jim Hoffman, Anthony Puffett, Dale Oswald, Bill Heinrichs, Gary Kasperbauer, Jeff Harman, Steve Nurse, Craig Augustus, Rich Olsen, Rex Mitchell, Terry Gesel, Brian Neppel, Duane Vanderheiden, Jon Mosher and Jim Kalkhoff. Braves— Kev Erickson, Trent Steffen, Ken Knight, John Dirkx, Jason Sanford, Tom Henrich, Mark Hammen, John Riordan, John Steffes, Tom Kasperbauer, Mike Rupiper, Mark Tigges, Bill Loew, Dan Marz and Scott Steffes. Dodgers- Chuck Carruthers, Rob Mosher, John Luchtel, Don Heese, Matt Furey, Lynn Pudenz, Steve Schneider, Mark McLellan, Tim Sernett, Jim Kramer, Todd O'Donnell, Skip Anneberg, Mike Headlee and Scott Beckman. Yankees- Mark Vermilyea, Mike Clark, Paul Peterson, Dave Larsen, John Bernholtz, Glenn Badding, Jeff Danner, Steve Loneman, Kev Masching, Jeff Heisterkamp, Todd Buck, Tom Dalhoff, John Staley, Jeff Eischeid and Bryan Loneman. Cardinals— Lon Brincks, Steve O'Connor, Jerry Tegels, Dave Nelson, Tom Kruse, Jeff Irlbeck, Steve Reinart, Shane Hammer, Scott Hanke, Mike Brincks, Lloyd Shawn, Matt Whaley, Bob Lambertz, Dave Gute and Dan Brincks. Orioles- Jeff Gronstal, Steve Fangman,pat Gradoville, Dave Schieffer, Nic Siemann, Tim Ortner, Scott Cawley, Tim Ownes, Mike McDermott, Steve Lasher, Pat Halbur, Mike Reuter, Bob Roetker, John Gradoville and Jerry Weidemeier. niilsemis ^aras m r m 7 33 in Many Play /\O /\ CW Plan Saturday's Games San Francisco at Montreal San Diego at New York Cincinnati at Chicago Atlanta at Pittsburgh St. Louis at Houston, N Los Angeles at Philadelphia, N The Short Tees and the Carpet Baggers hold down first-place in their respective leagues as the Men's Golf League at the municipal course started play for the season Thursday night. The Short Tees fired a 169 and lead the American Division by four strokes over the Par Shooters. The Carpet Baggers shot a 175 and hold a one shot lead over the Divot Diggers and a two shot margin over the Duffers. Don Wehck had the low net round in the American with a 32 and Cy Hulsebus was low scratch with a 33. John Eischeid's 28 was good for low net in the National and Bruce Pettitt's 36 was good for low scratch. Team Standings: American Division: Short Tees 169 Par Shooters 173 Low Putters 188 Flag Blasters 191 Fire Balls ',.....192 Chippers ....211 National Division: Carpet Baggers 175 Divot Diggers 176 Duffers ...177 Caddie Cleaners .183 Rinky Links 186 Hi Drivers 187 by Celtics QT Bucks BOSTON (AP) — Coach Tom Heinsohn hasn't any new game plan for Game No. 3 when his Boston Celtics meet Milwaukee in the National Basketball Association final playoffs tonight, and figures that the Bucks won't have one, either. "In the first two games the teams developed their own styles," Heinsohn said Thursday as the Celtics worked out on their basic patterns and fast breaks. "There won't be a whole lot new by either team," Heinsohn said. "From now on it will be execution." Boston employed its defensive pressure and the fast break last Sunday for a 98-83 walk-away victory over the Bucks in the first of the best-ot-seven series. In Tuesday's second game, the Bucks let Oscar Robertson bring the ball up court and kept Kareem AbduI-Jabbar and Cornell Warner on the offensive board, robbing the Celtics of their usual number^ of rebounds and the fast break. The strategy worked for a 105-96 overtime victory. But Heinsohn, Jo Jo White and Don Chaney aren't worried. "I think we're ready for that now," Heinsohn said. "If they want to let Oscar bring the ball up, let them. But they've made all the adjustments I think they can make. Now we'll just go out and play ball and see what happens." White figures that Celtics' defensive pressure will wear the Bucks down, especially the BigO. "He was tired after the last game," White said. "Really tired. Their whole team was tired, and we almost won. We were tired, too, but that's our game. We're used to playing that way." Chaney, who put most of the pressure on Robertson in the second game, said, "When it comes to dribbling the ball up and passing the ball, he's as good as ever. He hasn't lost that much. But he doesn't have the endurance he had several years ago." Milwaukee Coach Larry Costello isn't worried, either. "When Robertson's got the ball, the chances are very slim that he'll lose it," Costello said after arriving here Thursday night. 3-Game Sweep to Detroit KANSAS CITY (AP) - Detroit Manager Ralph Houk is loaded with late spring optimism. The reason is obvious: The Tigers completed a sweep of a three-game series with the Kansas City Royals with Thursday night's 9-7 victory —their fifth consecutive triumph. Houk, aware that most baseball experts wrote the Tigers off before the season even started, said after the triumph: "I see no reason why we can't do it. We've got a pretty good club. We've got good young pitchers, a good defense. We can score runs. We don't have much speed but we've got the hitting to get the runs in, and that's what counts in baseball." Detroit's victory in the only game played in the major leagues Thursday night left the Tigers only I'/z games behind the American League East Division-leading New York Yankees. Cincinnati's game at Pittsburgh and Atlanta's game at St. Louis in the National League were rained out. All other clubs had open dates. "I don't know why most people thought we'd be so bad," said Houk. "You know, we've added nine players who weren't here last year. There's not a better left side of the infield in the league . . . we've got the hitting. "We're most improved in young pitching like Lerrin LaGrow and Bill Slayback. If our pitching holds up and I think it will, I see no reason why we can't go all the way." Houk looked up and smiled as if he suddenly remembered something. "It got a little shaky there at the end tonight, didn't it? Joe Coleman was going so good and then he got wild." The Royals, trailing 8-0, erupted for two runs in the seventh on Hal McRae's fourth home run of the season and five more in the eighth. Coleman, 5-1. who gave up only four hits in the first five innings, left during the five-run outburst with the bases loaded, and John Hiller took over. The Tigers lost little time jumping on Al Fitzmorris, 2-1, getting three runs in the second and three more in the third. Denison Nips CHS Golfers Jack Laurie's 38 led Denison to a 165 to 170 boys golf victory over Carroll Thursday at the Carroll municipal course. Greg Pithan added a 41 and Greg Hayes and Eric Olson came in with 43s for the Monarchs. Jeff Jensen and Brian Beck led the Tigers with 42s and Jerry Dentlinger and Todd Pettitt fired 43s. Carroll's next action is .Tuesday in the Midwest Conference meet at Sac City. Sports Glances MR. FARMER: Can You Afford to Lose Your Most Valuable Investment? Saturday's Games Cleveland at Oakland Baltimore at California, N New York at Kansas City, FURNITURE PARKWAY CARPET . . . DRAPERIES fail of Corroll Timmerman Named Harold Sweet, athletic director of the Dubuque Community School District, announced today that Robert Timmerman of Dyersville Beckman has been appointed to the position of head football coach at Hempstead High School, replacing James Warren, who resigned recently. Timmerman has coached at Beckman High School since 1966. His football teams have compiled a 47-13-5 record including winning streaks of 17 and a current run of 14 victories. His 1973 squad was 9-0 and were East Central Iowa champions. Timmerman started his coaching career at Kuemper in 1959 and left the 1 Carroll school after the 1961 school year. Cyclone Camp The 1974 Cyclone Football Camp will be held on the Iowa State University campus in two sessions, it was announced today by Coach Earle Bruce. Camp sessions will be July 21-26 and July 28-August 2, Bruce added. ''We plan to stress fundamentals in all phases of football, Bruce said. "This will include work on offense, defense, kicking, weight training, and conditioning. We will utilize every modern means of instruction, covering both theory and actual field practice." Young men who will be in the seventh through 12th grades starting in September, 1974, are eligible to enroll in the camp. . For complete information interested young men can write to Cyclone Football Camp, Football Office, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, 50010. To Announce New Orleans of the National Basketball Association had scheduled a news conference for today and is expected to announce the signing of Atlanta Hawks' superstar Pete Maravich. MID-IOWA Insurance Associates 214 West 4th St. (Thomas Plaza) Phone 792-4324 Carroll YOUR . feorancf • indepeix f AGEI • Fred J. Dolezal • James J. 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