Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 4, 1974 · Page 2
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Tigers Eye Track Title Carroll will be eyeing its first Midwest Conference track championship since 1963 at Denison Tuesday. The field events are scheduled to start at 4:30 p.m. with the running preliminaries at 5 p.m. The finals are set to start at 7 p.m. with the last event — mile relay — scheduled for 9:15. According to Tiger coach Bill Foval, he rates his squad and Sac City as the leading contenders for the crown, won last year by Sac City. "I think if things go according to plan, it probably will be a good battle between us and Sac City." Foval added. "We have the balance and Sac City has the good distance people plus their younger kids are starting to come." "If we're going to win it. we'll have to place in about every event," the Tiger boss said. The Tigers who placed sixth in last year's meet have top-notch performers in Jeff Petersen in the 440 yard run: Tim Fredrickson in the high jump and Pete Marz in the shot put. There also are several boys who will be competing that are ranked high on the state's Class A track honor roll. Perry's Ron Sutherland is the "A" leader in the 100 at 10.1 and the 220 at 22.0 seconds flat, while Fredrickson. Petersen and Marz of Carroll rank high along with several other boys. Times Herald, Carroll, la. ^\ Saturday, May 4, 1974 2. Looking at Each Event: Sprint Races — Sutherland has the edge in both the 100 and 220 and should score first-places for Perry. 440 Yard Dash — Petersen of Carroll has a 52.7 to his credit which ranks fourth in Class A. He'll get stiff competition from Sorenson of Audubon. 880-Yard Run — Sophomore Greg Glass of Sac City has run 2:03.5 which is second in the state time-wise. Mile Run — Glass has run 4:42, but he will get competition from teammates Steve Weisenborn and Bub Anglum. Two Mile Run — Weisenborn has a 9:39 to his credit which is third best in Class A. KHS Ties School Record Kuemper tied its own school record for nine holes in golf Friday at the Carroll municipal course by firing a 144. It's opponent, Audubon, shot a 150. The Knights' Jeff Hunter captured medalist honors with a four-under-par 31. Steve Schulz was next for Kuemper with a 35 and Mike Gute and Mark Pollastrini came in with 39s. Mike Smith led the Wheelers with a 36. Dave Kneeskern and Rick Hadley carded 37s and Rick Paske had a 40. Audubon took the junior varsity match, 168 to 182, as Mark Madsen paced the winners with a 39. Brad Peterson chipped in with a 41, Tony Rasmussen with a 43 and Bob Monahan with a 45. Max Heese and Brad Fleskes led the Knights with 43s. Jim Sieman added a 47 and Ray Reuter a 49. Kuemper is competing in the Cherokee Invitational today. HOLE-IN-ONE Hank Dion scored a hold-in-one on the 6th hole in the Carroll Municipal golf course using a three-iron. Witnessing the shot were his wife, and Mr. and Mrs. Maury Dion. Daily Record Sheriff's Office Car-Bicycle Accident- Sharon Schulte, 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Schulte. Breda, was treated for a broken thumb and cuts at a Lake View doctor's office Friday after the bicycle she was riding was in collision with a car driven by Edward Erps, Manning, on a county blacktop four miles west of Breda, sheriff's officers reported. The accident occurred as the Erps vehicle was southbound on the blacktop, and Miss Schulte road the bicycle onto the highway, officers said. Break-in— A break-in at the Glidden-Ralston Schools was reported to the sheriff's office Friday night. Arnold Hjelle. superintendent, said Saturday he checked the school after the break-in report .and could find nothing missing. -0- Highway Patrol One-Car Accident- Two persons are listed in satisfactory condition at St. Anthony Regional Hospital here Saturday morning with injuries resulting from a one-car accident Friday night about six miles north of Westside and the Carroll-Crawford county paving, Iowa State Trooper Larry Long, Carroll, reported. Injured were Larry G. Hicks, 31, Harlan, driver of the vehicle, and Charlene A. Christensen, 24, Harlan, a Mr. Farmer! Do You Have All Your CROP NEEDS! If You Need Extra Corn SX-7 or any of the other varieties will do the job for you. SEED BEANS? * Cert. Corsoy * Agri Pro 2818 and others SOY BEAN PROTECTANT * Orrho * Stauffer ! HERBICIDES? * Gran Bladex * Bladex SOW * Aatrex SOW Cobex . * Vernam Sencor or Lexone Lasso II INSECTICIDE — BUX 10 KLOSER SEED STORE Hwy. 30 West 792-9718 Carroll passenger in the Hicks vehicle. Long said the northbound vehicle went off the road and struck a driveway embankment on the Paul Bundt farm. Miss Christensen was thrown from the vehicle. Long said. Hicks was charged with failure to have his vehicle under control. Police Department— Two-Car Accident— Cars driven by Lois M. Bierl, Carroll, and David A. McKinley. Glidden, were in collision Friday in the parking lot of Bierl's Parkway Furniture Store, police reported. The accident occurred as the Bierl vehicle was backing from a parking stall, and the McKinley vehicle was northbound in the lot, police said. No injuries were reported. Pickup-Car Accident— A pickup truck driven by Scott R. Knudson, Churdan, and a car driven by Ricky L. Olerich, Carroll, collided Friday at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Main Street, police reported. Police said the accident occurred as the Olerich vehicle was westbound on the highway, and the Knudson vehicle was eastbound on the highway and drove left of center. No injuries were reported. Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Glen Odell. Carroll, a son, Friday CLIO'PLAY DAY' Clio Club's annual "Play Day" event will be a luncheon at the Carroll Country Club Thursday, May 9, at 12 noon, with entertainment to follow. Guests are welcome. Reservations should be made no later than Tuesday with Mrs. Michael Wittrock Jr. (792-4638) or Mrs. Robert Woodhouse (792-3561). Hurdle Races — Audubon has a premier hurdler in Fred Sievers. He is third in the state in the highs and sixth best in the lows. Discus — Jefferson's Ron Rohovit owns the fifth best throw in the state at 150 feet, seven inches and is heavily favored in this event. Shot — Rohovit has done 53 feet, 3'/i> inches to rank third in the state and appears to have the edge on Marz of Carroll who has a best of 50-5'-^ inches. High Jump — Fredrickson of Carroll has jumped 6-2'/ 2 and is the favorite. His leap ranks fourth state-wide. His toughest competition is expected to come from Lake City's Jon Awtry and Audubon's Bob Weber. Pole Vault — There is a two-way battle in the pole vault with Don Blankenship of Lake City having a slight edge on Sac City's Scott Pollack. Long Jump — According to Communion Is Topic at Meet of Ladies Aid LIDDERDALE - The sacrament of communion was reviewed at the May meeting of the Lidderdale Lutheran Ladies Aid. The discussion was taken from the Lutheran Women's Quarterly. The Aid sent 50 quilts made during the winter and several boxes of clothing to the World Relief Project. The boxes were delivered last week to Fort Dodge for distribution. Summer activites were announced. Mrs. Mary Onken and Mrs. Lyle Onken were chosen as delegates to the L.W.M.L. convention at Lake Okoboji on June 27-29. Volunteers are needed to paint the fellowship hall next week. On June 9. the Aid will celebrate the wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hein and Mr. and Mrs. Laverdos Onken. Committee for the celebration includes Mrs. Marvin Boell, Mrs. Mary Onken, Mrs. Lyle Onken. Mrs. Vernel Onken. Mrs. Earl Berns, and Mrs. Carl Faber. Hostesses for the next meeting will be Mrs. William Beidler and Mrs. Gary Blankenship. Sen. Percy to Speak in Iowa DES MOINES, Iowa (API- Sen. Charles Percy. R-Illinois, is scheduled to make a fundraising appearance for the Iowa Republican party May 15 in Waterloo. Republican State Chairman John C. McDonald said Percy will attend a cocktail party at 7 p.m. at the Waterloo Ramada. Admission to the reception will be $25 per person. An address by Percy will follow the cocktail party at 8:15. The speech is free to the public. Foval, this event is anybody's. 440 Yard Relay — Carroll with Ted Nam. Mike Cattermole. Rick Beyer and Jeff Petersen have the favorite's tag as they have run a 46.6. 880 Yard Relay — Foval rates this race a toss-up between four or five teams. Medley Relay — Sac City appears the favorite a they own the third fastest time in Class A with a 3:42. Mile Relay — Denison has the best time, but Foval feels any of three or four schools could win this event. Two Mile Relay — Sac City appears to be the favorite based on their times. Shuttle Hurdle Relay —This could be the feature race of the day as Carroll, Audubon and Denison have good shots at winning it. Carroll appears to be the favorite since they have beaten Audubon in two or three meetings. identifies Those State Champions - Major Leagues By The Associated Press National League East W L Pet. GB St. Louis 13 11 .542 — Montreal 9 8 .529 4 Philadelphia 1112 .478 l'/ 2 Chicago 812 .400 3 New York 814 .364 4 Pittsburgh 713 .350 4 West Los Angeles 18 7 .720 — Houston 1610 .615 2V 2 Cincinnati 1110 .524 5 San Fran. 1212 .500 5 l / 2 Atlanta 1213 .480 6 San Diego 1114 .440 7 Friday's Results Houston 4, St. Louis 1 Philadelphia 2, Los Angeles 1 Chicago 6, Cincinnati 5 Pittsburgh 4, Atlanta 2 San Francisco at Montreal, ppd., rain San Diego at New York, ppd., rain Saturday's Games Cincinnati (Nelson 1-2) at Chicago (Frailing 2-1) San Francisco (Bradley 2-3) at Montreal (Torrez 3-1) San Diego (Jones 2-4) at New York (Matlack 2-1) Atlanta (Niekro 3-2) at Pittsburgh (Rooker 0-2) St. Louis (Siebert 2-1) at Houston (Roberts4-2),N Los Angeles (Sutton 4-1) at Philadelphia (Lonborg 1-2), N Sunday's Games St. Louis at Houston San Francisco at Montreal San Diego at New York Los Angeles at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Chicago Atlanta at Pittsburgh American League East W L Pet. GB New York 1510 .500 — Detroit 1210 .545 I 1 z Milwaukee 10 9 .526 2 Baltimore 1110 .524 2 Cleveland 1012 .455 34 Boston 1013 .435 4 West Texas 13 9 .591 California 1311 .542 1 Oakland .1111 .500 2 Chicago 1011 .476 2> 2 Minnesota 912 .429 34 Kansas City 814 .364 5 Friday's Results Oakland 3, Cleveland 1 California 2, Baltimore 0 New York 5, Kansas City 4 Detroit 4, Minnesota 3 Chicago 10, Milwaukee 3 Texas at Boston, ppd., rain Saturday's Games Detroit (Lolich 1-4) at Minnesota (Woodsonl-1) Chicago (Bahnsen 2-2) at Milwaukee (Colborn 1-1) Texas (Jenkins 5-1) at Boston (Wise2-1) Cleveland (G. Perry 3-1) at Oakland (Blue0-3) Baltimore (McNally 2-2) at California (Ryan3-3),N New York (Stottlemyre 5-1) at Kansas City (Splittorff 2-2), N Sunday's Games Cleveland at Oakland, 2 Baltimore at California New York at Kansas City Detroit at Minnesota Chicago at Milwaukee Texas at Boston, 2 in Old Photo The identities of the persons in a pioneer aviation picture published April 4 in The Daily Times Herald have been established by Mrs. Earl Berns of Carroll who brought a scrapbook filled with newspaper clippings to the newspaper office. The same picture had been published in The Daily Times Herald on Nov. 17, 1953 and showed Irvin Saul, designer of the Triad plane; Leo Beisch, Sid Cleveland of Goldfield, the pilot; Wendell Bunting, Diddy Emmons, Eckron LaFond and R. W. Humphrey. John Pitzpatrick., tormer Carroll resident and now manager of Eagle Airways at Eagle Grove, sent the old picture to this newspaper and said he would like to know the names. After the picture was published, several calls were received, identifying some, but not all in the picture. Fitzpatrick is compiling a book on Iowa Aviation history. The Triad plane, shown in the picture, was built in Carroll about 1929. It was kept at the old Carroll fairgrounds in the southeast part of the city. One ship was built and other partially completed before the 1929 market crash. After a period of barnstorming, the plane was sold to a man in Texas. Daytime Home Burglaries Rise DAVENPORT. Iowa (API- Daytime burglary of homes has been on the upswing in Davenport in recent months, says H. T. Fitzsimmons, chief of the detective division of the Davenport Police Department. He said burglars appear to be using the telephone to select their breaking-and-entering targets. Investigations of recent cases.appears to show that burglars call residences several times to determine who is not home at certain hours of the day, said Fitzsimmons. Neighbors of victims have been receiving phone calls and when they answer, the caller doesn't say anything or the phone goes dead, he said. BOARD TO MEET • The Board of Directors of the Manning Community School District will hold a regular meeting in the office of the superintendent in the High School building in Manning, Iowa, at 8 P.M. May 13,1974. The Streakers of Carroll won the State of Iowa Youth Bowling Association Junior Major Championship last Dinners Honor Communicants ARCADIA — Monica Hinners was honored after her first communion at St. John's with a dinner in her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hinners, home Sunday. Present were her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Riesburg of Denison and Mrs. Alfred Hinners Sr. and her sponsors, Robert Hinners and Mrs. Larry Halbur and their families of Denison. Joining them for the afternoon were relatives from Westside, Denison, Breda and Arcadia. •* Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schroeder Sunday to note the First Communion of their daughter Tammy were her grandmothers Mrs. Art Schroeder of Carroll and Mrs. Henry Reisenberg of Roselle and her great-grandmother Mrs. Ed. Schroeder. Others were Mr. and Mrs. Leverne Riesenberg and family of Halbur, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wernimont, Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Eich and family, Ankeny and Mr. and Mrs. John Newerberg and Jena of Fort Collins, Colo, and Mrs. Joe Schroeder. Also present were her sister Michelle and brothers Mark, Douglas and Greg. Lawyer Joins Audubon Firm AUDUBON — A young lawyer will be joining the legal profession in Aubudon county on July 1. He is David Neas, a native of Mt. Ayr, who will become associated with Dale D. Levis here in the practice of law. Neas, who grew up on a farm, will graduate this month from the Drake University college of law and take his Iowa state bar examination in June. REUNION PLANNED The Kuemper High School class of 1964 will hold a 10 year reunion on August 3 at 7 p.m. at the Arcadia American Legion hall. The semi-formal evening will include live music, dinner and cocktails. A family picnic will be held the next day at Swan Lake. Reservations should be made by contacting Bill Badding, 1221 North Olive, Carroll, by July.l. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy today. Scattered brief light showers extreme northeast this morning. Highs around 60 northeast to lower 70s southwest. Clear or clearing tonight with lows generally in the 40s. Fair and warmer Sunday. Highs in the 70s east to the 80s west. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Extended outlook Monday through Wednesday: fair and cool Monday followed by chance of showers and contin- WARMER weekend at Val Lanes in Des Moines. Shown above left to right, Jim Petersen, Jeff Stanzyk, Dean Fisch, Randy Hackett and Jim -Staff Photo Molitor. All five are students at Carroll High School. Deaths, Funerals LEOKEPPLE SCRANTON - Funeral services for Leo Kepple, 74, of Scranton were held at the United Methodist Church here at 10:30 a.m. Friday. The Rev. David Barker officiated. Organ selections were played by Mrs. B. E. Friend. Pallbearers were Duane Eberle, Jay Colbert, Bud Thomas, Joe Pleshek, Ron Juergens and Gene Taggart. Burial was in the Scranton Cemetery, where Gene Hensen and Mr. Eberle conducted the flag ritual. Arrangements were under direction of the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Scranton. Mr. Kepple, a retired railroad employee, died A.oril 30 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. MRS. NETTIE E. MEYER LYTTON — Mrs. Nettie E. Meyer, 80, of Lytton died Friday morning. May 3, at Steward Memorial Hospital in Lake- City following a long illness. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the American Lutheran Church, with burial in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery, all at Lytton. The Farber and Otteman Funeral Home of Sac City is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Meyer was the widow of Louis Meyer, who died in 1957. She is survived by a son, Harold of Lytton; four 'daughters, Mrs. Edward (Geneva) Stoneburner of Boone, Edna of Lytton, Mrs. Fred (Lunetta) Goings of Orland, Calif., and Mrs. Lester (Helen) Flock .of Eugene, Ore.; 15 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Also surviving are a brother, Alfred Block of Nemaha, and three sisters, Mrs. Lily Oder of Sac City, Mrs. Esther Zook of California Kuemper Gets a Music First Kuemper High School received a I rating in Class AA competition Friday night at the state large group music contest in Audubon. About 80 vocal students from Kuemper participated in the contest, Mrs. Norman Fletcher, vocal instructor, said. VISIT ZOO The Trinity Episcopal youth group visited the Omaha zoo last Saturday morning. After lunch, the group attended the Shrine Circus. Another trip is being planned. and Mrs. Hilda Bauer of Montana. CHADD.BYERLY SCRANTON — Graveside rites for Chad Duane Byerly, four-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Byerly of Orange, Calif., were held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Scranton Cemetery. The Rev. Keith Filler, pastor of Ascension Lutheran Church, Coon Rapids, officiated. The Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Scranton was in charge of arrangements. The baby, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Byerly of Scranton, died at Orange May 1. JENS OLESEN COON RAPIDS - Jens Olesen, 36, of Coon Rapids died at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll Friday afternoon. May 3, after a long illness. Funeral rites will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Christian Church in Coon Rapids, with burial in the Orange Township Cemetery. Officiating will be the Revs. Kenneth Watson and Eugene Correll. There will be a family prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Mason Funeral Home in Coon Rapids. Mr. Olesen was born at Coon Rapids July 8, 1937, a son of Harry and Grace Drake Olesen, and was a lifelong resident of this community. He was engaged in farming. Survivors include his wife, Joan,; three daughters, Julie. Dawn and Christine, at home; his father, of Coon Rapids; and the following brothers and sisters: Harry Jr., Mrs. Naomi Golay, Howard, Mrs. Chuck (Ramona) Richardson, Earl, William, Robert, Mrs. Claribel Sievers, Mrs. Mary Ann Patrick and Max, all of Coon Rapids, and Mrs. Eunice Herron. He was preceded in death by an infant son and his mother, in September, 1973. ued cool Tuesday and Wednesday. Daily highs in the 60s. Overnight lows mostly in the 40s. The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 73 Yesterday's low 37 At 7 a.m. today 46 At 10 a.m. today 49 Weather A Temperatures reached a high of 67 and a low of 37 degrees in Carroll a year ago today. IN MEMORY OF . Chad Duane Byerly Orange, Calif. Age — 4 Months Arrangements Pending At The Dahn & Woodhouse Funeral Home, Scranton DAHN & WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES Leonard Schirck Carroll — Age 70 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Saturday Rosaries: 8 p.m. Saturday 8; 45 p.m. Saturday 3 p.m. Sunday 8 p.m. Sunday Memorial Service: Royal Order of the Moose 8:45 p.m. Sunday Mass of the Resurrection: 1 p.m. Monday at St. Lawrence Church Officiating: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B.< Karhoff Interment: Mt. Olivet Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 33 years

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