Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 11, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Kuemper Qualifies 9 AMES — Kuemper qualified nine for the Iowa Boys High School Class AA track meet to be held May 24-25 at Des Moineshere Friday night. Leading the way for the Knights were Bob Friedman and Randy Diers. Friedman won the half mile run in 2:02.5 and Diers took the discus with a throw of 147 feet, five inches. Also qualifying for Kuemper were Mark Windschitl in the two mile run as he set a new school record of 10:05.2 in finishing second; Russ Rupiper in the 880 as he ran second to Friedman in a time of 2:02.8 and the mile relay and two mile relay teams which also gained seconds. The mile medley unit ran 3:41.4 and included Tony Nockels, Bill Neumayer, Mark Hermsen and Craig Dentlinger, while the two mile ran 8:11.8 and consisted of John Heithoff. Kevin Fee, Hermsen and Craig Dentlinger. The Knights' Neumayer ran a 52.2 in the 440 yard dash which broke the qualifying standard for the state meet, but finished sixth and didn't qualify for the meet at Drake University. The district was easily won by Ames with 107 points as Ankeny finished second with 62. Kuemper was third with 49. Picking up thirds for the Knights were Neumayer in the long jump at 19 feet, lO'^z inches; Tom Nurse in the pole vault at 12-6; Neumayer in the 100 at 10.4 and Friedman in the mile run at 4.-37.9. Taking fourth-places were Diers in the shot at 48-5 and Rick Friedman in the high jump at 5-10. The Knights added a fifth-place in the high jump at 5-10 from Dentlinger. Deaths, Funerals Results: (First and Second-Place Finishers Only) Long Jump — 1. Jim Duncan, Ankeny. 21-6 :i /4; 2. Schuette, Ames. Shot Put — 1. Ray Reasland, Webster City, 51-7; 2. Lang, Ames. Discus — 1. Randy Diers, Kuemper, 147-5; 2. Reasland, Webster City. High Jump — 1. Mike Bergeson, Ames, 6-4; 2. Gioffredi, Ankeny. Pole Vault — 1. Joel Berthelson, Ames. 13-6; 2. Davis, Ames. Two Mile Run — 1. Greg Prestemon. Ames, 9:38.2; 2. Mark Windschitl. Kuemper. 120 High Hurdles — 1. Roy Wigen, Spencer. 14.5; 2. Akers, Ankeny. 100 Yard Dash — 1. Tom Scribbons. Webster City. 10.3; 2. Lutz. Ames. Two Mile Relay - 1. Ankeny. 8:11.3; 2. Kuemper. 220 Dash — 1. Dan Schmitz. Ankeny, 22.5; 2. Catus, Ames. Mile Run — 1. Mark Grover, Ames, 4:22.9; 2. Dass, Ames. 880 Yard Relay — 1. Ames. 1:32.3; 2. Boone. 440 Yard Dash — 1. Dan Schmitz, Ankeny, 50.2; 2. Wilson, Spencer. 180 Low Hurdles - 1. Tom Akers. Ankeny. 19.5; 2. Schuette. Ames. Mile Medley Relay — 1, Ames. 3:40.0; 2. Kuemper. 880 Yard Run — 1. Bob Friedman, Kuemper., 2:02.5; 2. Russ Rupiper, Kuemper, 2:02.8. 440 Yard Relay — 1. Ames, 44.1; 2. Webster City. Mile Relay — 1. Ames, 3:25.8; 2. Ankeny. How They Finished: Ames 107 Ankeny 52 Kuemper 49 Webster City 30 Boone 24 Spencer 20 Fort Dodge 19 Des Moines North 2 3 Qualify for CHS DENISON — Carroll qualified three for the Iowa Boys High School State Class A track meet in Des Moines here Frida.y night. Qualifying for the Tigers were Tim Fredrickson and AUTO SERVICE SPECIALS GOOD MON. THRU SAT. 792-3515 Hwy. 30 East WHEEL ALIGNMENT Correct cas-A AQ ter, camber, 0*OO and toe-in. MOST u.s. extra. CMS Jeff Petersen in the high jump and Ted Nam in the 100 yard dash. Prairie of Cowrie captured top honors with 51 points as Storm Lake took second with 42. Carroll finished in a tie for fifth with Perry with 25 points. Fredrickson finished third and Petersen fifth in the high jump as both cleared 5-10 while Nam ran 10.5 to place second in the 100. Carroll added fourth-places from Pete Marz in the high hurdles at 15.9 and the shot put at 49 feet, eight inches; Rick Beyer in the pole vault at 11-6; Petersen in the 440 at 54.8; and the 440 and 880 yard relay teams. The 440 unit of Nam. Beyer. Petersen and Mike Petersen ran 47.7 and the 880 team of Nam, Fredrickson, Cattermole and Beyer did 1:38.2. The Tigers got fifth-places from Romayne Wenck in the long jump at 20 feet, two inches, Steve Harnack in the high hurdles at 16.6; and Marz in,the 180 yard low hurdles at 21.8. The meet had three double-winners — John Dreher of Maple Valley. Fred Sievers of Audubon and Ron Rohovit of Jefferson. Dreher captured the 220 in 22.1 and the 440 in 52.5. while Sievers took the 120 yard high hurdles in 15.2 and the 180 lows in 20.7. Rohovit won the shot at 53 feet, 5>' 2 inches and the discus at 154 feet. 7' 4 inches. The Tigers next meet is Tuesday in the Tiger Relays at Guthrie Center. How They Finished: Prairie of Cowrie 51 Storm Lake 42 Audubon 33 Jefferson 304 Perry 25 Carroll 25 SacCity 25 Maple Valley 23 St. Edmond Fort Dodge .. 19' 2 St. Albert Council Bluffs.. 14 Denison 14 Missouri Valley 11 Results: (First and Second-Place Finishers Only) Shot Put — 1. Ron Rohovit. Jefferson. 53-5'' 2 ; 2. Farnham. Carroll Girls 2nd; 84 for Juergens LUBE/OIL CHANGE Install 5 qts. Heavy Duty oil plus lube. 3.47 MOST U.S. CARS a-wmii sir DELUXE BRAKES REG. 9.99 Excellent i top- ixcH. ping power! o .. Long life, too. O.44 Audubon captured the Girls Sectional Golf Championship at the Carroll Municipal course Friday and Carroll won a three-hole playoff from Denison to take second-place! Audubon finished with a 399 as the Tigerettes and Denison followed at 401. Kuemper was next at 405. As a result, Audubon and Carroll now advance to district play next Friday at a site to be named. DISASTER MEETING A meeting to establish a disaster preparedness program for this area is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the education room of St. Anthony Hospital on May 14. Representatives from the Omaha Red Cross chapter will be present to help set up the program. Reservations for the luncheon meeting should be made with Mrs. Robert McKone, chairman of Carroll County Red Cross, Dr. Eleanor Roverud, secretary, or Mrs. M. L. Collison, disaster chairman. IMMEDIATE INCOME GUARANTEED SUCCESS with a very profitable business with an 11 year old rated company. $7500.00 secured investment required. Exceptionally high earnings per week. Part time or Full time. We have an exceptional plan whereby you can share in our success. No selling. Work from home. We are certain of this business and will back it with a no- loss guarantee. For complete details send name, address and telephone number to: Performance Enterprises 3901 McCain Park Drive Suite 101 North Little Rock, Arkansas 72116 Carroll's Holly Juergens took medalist honors with an 84 on rounds of 40 and 44 over the par 74 women's layout. Joan Marten of Denison was next with an 86. Leading Audubon's winning attack was Nancy Lewis with a 97 and Sandra Kneeskern with a 99. Cheryl Christofferson followed with a 101 and Vicki Smith shot a 102. Besides Juergens, other Carroll scores included with Deb Osborn a 94, Sue Pettitt with a 101 and Janet Haynes with a 122. Denison's leader after Marten was Cindy Johnson with a 95. Sue Berry added a 107 and Chris Vaage a 113. Kuemper was led by Mary Ann Wernimont's 93. Mary Ann Greteman was next with a 96. The Knights' two other girls — Diane Twit and Ann Fangman — came in with 107 and 109 respectively. Coon Rapids finished sixth in the competition. Leading them was Pat Ayers with a 105. Laura Emery added a 110, Connie Herbert a 113 and Janet Anderson a 114. How They Finished: Prairie; Discus — 1. Ron Rohovit, Jefferson, 154-7'4; 2. Siebersma, Maple Valley; Long Jump — 1. Mark Moreiand, Audubon, 2I-9 ;f '.«; 2. Thorpe, Perry; Pole Vault — 1. Dave Felton, Storm Lake. 12-0; 2. Wiedeman. St. Edmond. High Jump — 1. Keith Lauridsen. Audubon, 6-2; 2. Bell. Prairie. Two Mile Run — 1. Steve Weisenborn. Sac City. 10:04.0. 2. Woodruff, Jefferson. 120 High Hurdles — 1. Fred Sievers. Audubon. 15.2; 2. Miller. Denison. 100 Yard Dash — 1, Ron Sutherland. Perry. 10.4; 2. Nam. Carroll. Two Mile Relay — 1. St. Albert. 8:19.0; 2. Denison. 220 Yard Dash — 1. John Dreher, Maple Valley. 22.5: 2. Sutherland, Perry. Mile Run — 1. Greg Glass. Sac City, 4:43.0: 2. Anglum Sac City. 880 Yard Relay — 1. Prairie of Cowrie. 1:35.1: 2. Storm Lake. 440 Yard Dash — 1. John Dreher, Maple Valley. 52.5; 2. Sorenson, Audubon. 180 Low Hurdles — 1. Fred Sievers. Audubon, 20.7: 2. Rubel. Audubon. Mile Medley — 1. Sac City, 3:47.0; 2. Storm Lake. 880 Yard Run — 1. Tom Friel, St. Albert, 2:05.0: 2. Cahill, St. Edmond; 440 Yard Relay — 1. Prairie of Gowrie, 46.3; 2. Storm Lake. Mile Relay — 1..Prairie of Gowrie. 3:39.0:2. Storm Lake. JOHN OWEN REILLY Mass of the resurrection for John Owen Reilly, 53, of New York City, N.Y., formerly of Carroll, was celebrated at 11 a.m. Friday in Holy Spirit Church here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. LeoLenz. V.F. The Rev. Richard Macke of Roselle also was in the sanctuary. Pallbearers were Ralph Venteicher, William Hamilton, Mike Wittrock. Henry Schoenjahn, Frank Bei ter and Clifford McCarville. Burial was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. The Sharp Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from New York City; Tulsa, Okla.; Wayne. N. J.; Rockwell City, Ames, Carroll and surrounding area. Mr. Reilly died May 7 at Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. BERNARD PIERCE LAKE CITY - Funeral services for Bernard Pierce, 63, of Lake City, will be held here at 10'30 a.m. Monday at Pilgrim Lutheran Church. The Rev. Harold Belsheim will officiate. Burial will be in Lake City Cemetery under direction of the Huffman Memorial Chapel of Lake City, where friends may call. Mr. Pierce died May 10 at Stewart Memorial Hospital. MRS. JOHN FOWLER LYTTON - Mrs. John Fowler, 63, of Lytton died Friday afternoon, May 10, at Loring Hospital in Sac City after a long illness. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Sac City. Burial will be at Lytton in the Garfield Cemetery. Mrs. Fowler is survived by Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, May II, 1974 450 Leave for Shrine Circus About 450 fifth grade students in the Carroll area boarded nine buses Saturday morning to attend the annual Za-Ga-Zig Shrine Circus in Des Moines. The Carroll-Greene Shrine Club furnished all tickets for the students. This was the first year since the local Shrine Club started sponsoring the trips that transportation could be arranged for parochial school students. Harold Frey was in charge of the trip. Other Shrine members assisting and accompanying the youngsters were Robert Olson, J. W. Hambleton, Robert Woodhouse, Harry Frank, Charles Sides, Gordon Headlee and Norman Hutcheson. The club expressed its appreciation to all persons in the Carroll area who donated advertising space to finance the project. 3 Die in Fire in Mobile Home SIOUX CITY, Iowa (API- Three persons died in a fire that swept through their mobile home in Sioux City early Saturday. Authorities did not immediately release" the names of the victims, but said they were a man, woman and child. They said the youngster was about 2Vz years old. her husband; two daughters, Mrs. George Miller of Lytton and Mrs. David Perry of Virginia; five grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. William Hart of California. Daily Record Tigers Fail in Sectional Golf COON RAPIDS - Audubon and Coon Rapids finished 1-2 in the Boys Sectional Golf Tournament here Friday as Carroll placed third. Audubon had a 322 and Coon Rapids a 333, as both teams now advanced to district play. Carroll finished with a 336 and failed to qualify. Audubon's Dave Kneeskern took medalist honors with a 76 and Coon Rapids' Brian Stawarz was runner-up with a 79. Carroll, however, did qualify two for district competition. They were Jerry Dentlinger and Dan Sheehan. Dentlinger fired an 80 and Sheehan an 82. Other Tiger scores were Bruce Pettitt with an 86 and Brian Beck with an 88. Carroll's next meet is .Monday at Sac City. How They Finished: Audubon 322 Coon Rapids 333 Carroll 336 Manning 351 Glidden-Ralston 384 Dallas Center 404 Guthrie Center 415 Exira 429 CHS 3rd in 7th Grade JEFFERSON - Carroll placed third in the seventh grade division of the Jefferson Junior High Girls Relays here Friday night, while the eighth grade placed sixth. Ann Mankin was the star of the seventh grade meet as she took three first-places for the Tigerettes. She won the shot at 24 feet, six inches; took the 60 yard dash in 8.4 and won the 100 in 12.9. Carroll's only other first came in the 880 yard relay with Jill Schechinger, Lauri Teague, Sheryl Hoffman and Joni Becker running. Their time was 2:07.5. The Tigerettes didn't get any second-places, but added thirds from Becker in the 220 at 33.2 and the 660 yard medley relay of Hoffman, Michele Riesberg, Toni Gilbert and Teague which ran a 1:33.9. The 440 yard relay team of Schechinger, Gilbert. Becker Carroll's top-place'finisher in the seventh grade meet was Lori Harmening as she ran a 69.2 in the 440 yard dash for second-place. Picking up third-places were Jean Grettenberg in the high jump at 4-3 and the 440 and 880 yard relay teams. The team of Holly Evans, Cindy Feldt, Harmening and Grettenberg ran on both the 440 and 880 units. Lisa Fredrickson added two fourth-places for the Tigerettes in the discus and the 440 yard dash. Fifth-places went to Evans in the long jump: Sue Savory in the shot and the five-flight shuttle hurdle relay of Alison Beck. Savory, Joey Arkland 'and Penny Gordin. How They Finished: (Seventh Grade) Prairie of Gowrie 47 Manilla 39 Carroll ....37 Ames Central 34 Jefferson 294 Ames Welch 254 Paton-Churdan 16 (Eighth Grade) Manilla 684 Prairie of Gowrie 474 Ames Welch 284 Perry 274 Jefferson 26 Carroll 214 Ames Central 104 Paton-Churdan 4 Audubon w> and Mankin picked up a fourth *™ U ™ n 2X in 62.1 and the five-flight •™J shuttle hurdle relay team •™ added a fifth with Nancy •™j Mechura, Schechinger, Shelia •*™ Furey and Jane Marz running. Becker, also, got a fifth in The Weather RAIN HOURS OPEN Wed. & Friday till 9 P.M. Sunday ] p.m. fo 5 p.m. flPPLIflnCE CEDTER Corroll Phone 792-2523 -Lake City Phone 464-328? IOWA FORECAST Chance of scattered showers west, chance of showers and thunderstorms possibly locally severe east today. Chance of scattered showers north tonight and northeast Sunday, otherwise partly cloudy. Turning cooler west today and over state tonight. High today 50s northwest to 60s south and east. Low tonight upper 30s northwest to 40s south and east. Highs Sunday near 60 northeast to low 70s southwest. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Monday through Wednesday—Cool Monday with lows upper 30s northwest to upper 40s southeast. Highs in the 60s. Warming into Wednesday POLICE DEPARTMENT Three-Car Accident— A car owned by Ramond and Zetta Glass of Carroll rolled ahead in the B and H Super Valu parking lot Friday night and struck parked cars owned by John or Mary Jean Mugan of Manning and Clayton or Regina Woerdehoff of Carroll, police said. Migtotrite'i Court Christine Wilfenburg, Coon Rapids, limited parking. W; Michael Blackley. Glidden, no plates, $20; Allan P. Peterson, Hamlin, no plates, $20; Clem John Klocke, Dcdham, no plates, $»; Richard H. Rickc, Westside, speed. $20; Alexander Toms. Carroll, muffler, $10; Lewis F. Weinberg, Elk Point, S. D., speed, $20; Marvin Schreck, Carroll, no plates, $20; Terry Siepker, Carroll, overtime parking, $3; Herman Muller, Carroll, no plates, $20; Jim D. Kallinan, Carroll, nodriver's license, $5; John Morrison, Dcdham, speed, $20: Ronald Burdine, Glidden, improper lights. $10; Gene A. Meyer, Westside, control of vehicle, $10; Ricky Lou Loerich, Carroll, consumption of beer on highway, $20; Neil L. Pudenz, Carroll, possession of beer by minor, $20; Ricky Joe Wittrock, Carroll, possession of beer by minor, $20; Richard A. Nagl, Carroll, possession of beer by minor, $20; Mary J Siemer, Carroll, studded tires, $5, Jerome G Kirsch, Carroll, stop and yield, $8; Daryl Fischer, Dedham, safety chain. $5; Cyril John Heiderscheit, Coon Rapids, overweight, $10; Dick Caleb Trumbla, Coon Rapids, overweight, $10; Thomas Opperman. Manning, speed, $35; Duane L. Vonesh, Coon Rapids, speed, $20; Randall L. Peters, Glidden, improper lights. $10; Joan Schoeppner, Templeton. no plates, $20; Shirley Phelps. Bayard, no plates. $20; Kenneth Wooch. Denison, speed, $20; James L. Slarman, Carroll, speed, $20, Lawrence E Nielsen, Glidden, no plates $20; Edwin Aikire. Pleasanton. Mich., speed, $20, Cyril John Heiderscheit, Coon Rapids, no plates, $20; Virginia Brien. Carroll, illegal parking, $2; Mark J. Schroeder, Carroll. speed, $20; Elmer Bluml, Carroll, illegal parking, $2 Jayne E. Kaster, Breda, no plates, $20; Bruce J. Riedesel, Churdan. safety chain, $10; Kenneth Wilson, Odebolt, no plates. $20, Daniel R. Juhl. Atlantic, overweight. $39 10; Ellen J. Rasmussen, Manilla, no plates, $20: Olive M. Eich, West Branch, no plates, $20; Mark E, Montgomery, Carroll, speed. $20, Richard Golwitzer. Carroll, speed. $20: Eugene Stueve, Templeton, speed. $20, George Bartlett, Sac City, speed. $20: Reynold J. Lappe, Glidden, no plates, $20 Kenneth G. Walker, Schleswig, slop sign. $8, Ron Wittrock. Carroll, illegal parking. $2; Richard D. Nagl. Carroll, speed. $41, John J Schaffer, Carroll, stop sign. $8; Gregory Swanson, Denison. no driver's license. $5; Ray Ehlers, Manning, safety chain, $5; Malt Henry Stork, Carroll, muffler. $10; James William Rohner. Carroll, stop sign. $10; Jerome Slarman, Carroll, speed. $28; Randall L. Halbur. Carroll, no driver's license, $5; Richard L. Thompson. Coon Rapids, nodriver's license, $5; Clarence A. Sailor. Carroll, slow moving vehicle, $5; Steve Steinkamp, Carroll, consumption of beer on highway. $20; Robert J. Baumhover. Carroll, studded tires. $5, Nancy Strenstrom, Coon Rapids, control of vehicle, $12; Larry Riesberg, Carroll, permitting unauthorized person to drive. $10; Evelyn Croxwell, Arcadia, no driver's license, $5; LaVern Henson. Lidderdalc. assault and battery. $25; Dallas Denbo. Jefferson, studded tires. $5. with lows in the 40s north to low 50s south. Highs generally in the 70s. Chance of rain west Wednesday. Weather A Year Ago— High temperature a year ago today in Carroll was 70 and the low, 50 degrees. Breda Gets Federal Grant WASHINGTON (AP)-A $13,430 supplemental grant 'has been made by the Environmental Protection Agency to the Carroll County community of Breda to construct a waste stabilization lagoon. Rep. William Scherle. R-Iowa, said Friday. Scherle also said the Farmers Home Administration has approved a $50.000 loan to a senior citizens rental apartment center in Bridgewater. The loan is to be repaid over a 50-year period at 8 l 4 per cent interest. Markets GRAIN Soybeans. No. 2 $5.15 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.40 Oats 1.30 Personals- Mrs. H. C. Ross of Des Moines came Saturday to visit her sister, Wilma Mohler. until after Memorial Day. Her daughter-in-law. Mrs. Jack Ross, brought her to Carroll. O'Leary Heads Student Senate Matt O'Leary was elected president of the student senate ' of Carroll Community High School Friday. Also elected were Mark Poland, vice president; Sue Millender, secretary; Ken Hanneman, parliamentarian' and Beth Peterson, school board representative. Candidates and campaign managers gave three-minute speeches during a morning assembly and students cast their votes during the noon hour. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admission May 8— Mrs. Jerome E. Schroeder, Carroll Admissions May 9— Mrs. Albert F. Freking, Carroll Mrs. Melvin H. Wegner, Gray Kurt L. Irlbeck, Carroll Nathan G, Pedersen, Glidden Christopher J. Short, Carroll Admissions May 10— Mrs. Richard Bruns, Carroll Mary J. Hoffmann, Dedham Accepts Job Pete Potthoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Potthoff of Halbur, graduated with a B.S. degree in pharmacy at Creighton University, Omaha, on May 11. He will be employed by Central Park Pharmacy in Omaha. He was a member of the American Pharmaceutical Association and Phi Delta Chi fraternity at Creighton. TOGRADUATE Seven area students will graduate From Iowa Central Community College, Fort Dodge, at 9:30 a.m. May 25. The students are Virginia K. Clausen and Esta C. Sparks, associate decrees in nursine: Robert E. Grote. broadcasting; Ronald W. Anderson and David C. Quandt, retail marketing; Sally A. Onken, executive secretary; Kristine K. Keiman, medical assistant. Mark McCormick, justice of the Iowa Supreme Court, will present the commencement address. LOSE 10-20-30 POUNDS! Easy To Lose Lbs. Fast With New Vitamin T Diet HOLLYWOOD (Special) 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 Vitamen 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 sii'll eat almost as much as you want of the "forbidden foods" like steak, chicken, fish, sauces, gravies, bacon & eggs and still lose weight. Chewable (candy-like) vitamin E tablets, as used in ' the diet plan, contain a new scientific combination of while also giving the won- derous benefits of Vitamin E which is so essential to good health. The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 62 The use of the new Vitamin Yesterday'slow 43 E Diet tablets and foods At 7 a.m. today 48 prescribed in the plan will, At 10a.m. today .52 tnr ough natural action, act to Precipitation (24 hours prior hel P vour b °d.V use up excess to 7 a.m.) .73 inches of rain. fa . 1 ' 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. 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