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Garr Paces Braves By The Associated Press The way Ralph Garr is going this year, he'll hit close to 300. That's not a .300 batting average, but 300 hits. One of the hottest batters in baseball. Garr added three more hits to his whopping total while leading the Atlanta Braves to a 3-0 decision over the Houston Astros Friday night. "I'm not satisified where I'm at." Garr said despite drilling two home runs and a single in boosting his hit total to 73 at the first quarter mark of the season. Garr's .378 batting average leads the National League, and if he continues at this frantic pace, he'll have about 290 hits for the year. "That's nothing new with me." said Garr, referring to his hitting streak. "Look back over my life hitting. When I get my hits, they are in bunches. I don't mean three or four hits in a row. I mean in a series of games. I've been hitting that way all my life. Nobody knows anything about it but me. but if I keep going, they'll know." In the other National League games, the St. Louis Cardinals nipped the Chicago Cubs 1-0: the Pittsburgh Pirates stopped the New York Mets 4-1; the Montreal Expos trimmed the Philadelphia Phillies 4-2: the Cincinnati Reds defeated the San Diego Padres 6-3 and the San Francisco Giants turned back the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-7. Buzz Capra pitched a three- hitter for Atlanta while getting Garr's splendid support. Capra. 3-2, in a rare starting role, permitted only singles by Greg Gross in the first inning. Cesar Cedeno in the fourth and Tommy Helms in the eighth. He walked only one batter and struck out four. It was the first shutout of Capra's career. He once pitched eight innings of Mayberry Ousted as Kansas City Wins By The Associated Press John Mayberry a fighter? Dick Allen a peacemaker? Unusual roles for both of them, but those were the parts they played Friday night. Mayberry, Kansas City's usually mild-mannered first baseman known more for his slugging exploits with a bat rather than his fists, surprisingly became incensed when he was struck just below the right knee by a pitch from Chicago White Sox pitcher Stan Bahnsen. The misguided toss came in the third inning, one inning after Mayberry had tagged Bahnsen for a solo homer. Mayberry then charged toward the mound, after dropping his bat. and tagged Bahnsen with his fists, landing with both hands, as players from both dugouts and bullpens streamed onto the field. Finally, the controversial Allen, who has been involved in many fights, including a celebrated slugfest with former Philadelphia teammate Frank Thomas, restrained the angry Mayberry. When order was restored after 10 minutes, Mayberry was ejected but Bahnsen was permitted to remain in the game. But Bahnsen was the loser to in Kansas City's 4-2 victory. In other American League games, the Boston Red Sox topped the Milwaukee Brewers 5-3, the Minnesota Twins routed the Texas Rangers 9-0, the'Cleveland Indians downed the Detroit Tigers 3-1. the Baltimore Orioles beat the New York Yankees 6-3. and the California Angels edged the Oakland A's 4-3. Mayberry's homer, his ninth of the season, gave Kansas City a 1-0 lead and the Royals went ahead 3-0 just prior to the brawl on Amos Otis' two-run single. Mayberry was apologetic about charging at Bahnsen and triggering the free-for-all. "I shouldn't have done it." he said. "I'm sorry. I just forgot about the game. It's the first time I've ever done anything like that." Red Sox 5, Brewers 3 Home runs by Bernie Carbo and Juan Beniquez paced Boston's 12-hit attack that carried the Red Sox to their sixth straight victory and into first place in the AL East, one-half game ahead of Milwaukee. The slugging Red Sox have scored 52 runs and pounded 85 hits during the streak. Carbo and Cecil Cooper each, collected three hits for Boston, while Dick Drago pitched four-hit scoreless relief over the last 42-3 innings and earned his fourth victory in five decisions. Twins 9, Rangers 0 Bert Blyleven. Minnesota's precocious 23-year-old right- hander, pitched a five-hitter for the 20th shutout of his major league career and received home run support from Harmon Killebrew and Larry Hisle. Blyleven struck out 11. walked none and shackled Texas' Jeff Burroughs. Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East W L Pet. GB Boston 22 19 .537 — Mileaukee 20 18, .526 Vfe Baltimore 20 19 .513 1 Cleveland 21 20 .512 1 Detroit 19 21 .475 2V 2 New York 20 24 .455 3V 2 West Oakland 23 19 .548 — Chicago 20 18 .526 1 California 21 22 .488 2V 2 Kansas C. 20 21 .488 2Vz Texas 20 22 .476 3 Minnesota 17 20 .459 3V 2 Friday's Games Boston 5, Milwaukee 3 Cleveland 3, Detroit 1 Baltimore 6, New York 3 Kansas City 4, Chicago 2 Minnesota 9, Texas 0 California 4, Oakland 3 Saturday's Games Oakland (Holtzman 4-5) at California (Tanana3-6), N Chicago (Wood 7-5) at Kansas City (Busby 7-3),N Texas (Jenkins 7-4) at Minnesota (Albury2-l),2:15p.m. Cleveland (Johnson 2-2) at Detroit (Lagrow 3-3), 2:15 p.m. Baltimore (Cuellar 4-3) at New York (Dobson 3-6), 2 p.m. Milwaukee (Wright 4-5) at Boston (Cleveland 2-4), 2 p.m. Sunday's Games Oakland at California, 5 p.m. Chicago at Kansas City, 2:30 p.m. Texas at Minnesota, 2:15 p.m. Cleveland at Detroit, 1:30 p.m. Baltimore at New York, 2,1 p.m. Milwaukee at Boston, 2 p.m. National League East W L Pet. GB Philadelphia 23 18 .561 — Montreal 19 15 .559 Vfe St. Louis 21 19 .525 IVa New York 18 24 .429 5V4 Chicago 15 22 .405 6 Pittsburgh 14 24 .368 7V 2 West Los Angeles 31 13 .705 — San Fran 25 21 .543 7 Cincinnati 21 19 .525 8 Atlanta 23 21 .523 8 Houston 22 24 .478 10 San Diego 18 30 .375 15 Friday's Games St. Louis I.Chicago0 Atlanta 3, Houston 0 Montreal 4, Philadelphia 2 Pittsburgh 4, New York 1 Cincinnati 6, San Diego 3 San Francisco 9, Los Angeles 7 Saturday's Games Montreal (Renko 3-4 and Torrez 4-3) at Philadelphia (Carlton 5-3 and Ruthven 2-2), 2,5:35 p.m. New York (Koosman 4-2) at Pittsburgh (Ellis 1-4),N St. Louis (Gibson 3-3) at Chicago (Bonham2-8),2:15p.m. Houston (Dierker 2-3) at Atlanta (Morton 6-3), N Cincinnati (Billingham 5-3) at San Diego (Freisleben 3-D, N Los Angeles (John 6-1) at San Francisco (Bryant 1-3), 4 p.m. Sunday's Games Montreal at Philadelphia, l:35p.m. New York at Pittsburgh, 1:35 p.m. St. Louis at Chicago, 2:15 p.m. Houston at Atlanta, 2:15 p.m. Cincinpati at San Diego, 4 p.m. Los Angeles at San Francisco, 4p.m. shutout ball for the New York Mets in 1972. "but they took me out because I guess they thought I was tired." Cards 1, Cubs 0 Ted Simmons led off the ninth inning with a double, was sacrificed to third and scored in a run-down to give St. Louis and Sonny Siebert the victory over Chicago. Simmons scored when pinchhitter Tim McCarver grounded to first baseman Billy Williams and the Cubs left home plate unguarded during the rundown. Winning pitcher Sonny Siebert. 4-3. tossed a five-hitter while loser Rick Reuschel. 3-3. also allowed five hits. Pirates 4, Mets 1 Jerry Reuss hurled a six-hitter and Willie Stargell drove in one run and scored twice, helping Pittsburgh beat New York. The left-handed Reuss. in pitching his second straight complete game victory and Burroughs had driven in at least one run in his last 10 games—one short of the major league record—and saw his 12-game hitting streak end. Killebrew's homer was the 551st of his career. Indians 3, Tigers 1 Fritz Peterson pitched a six- hitter an<3'John Lowenstein drove in two runs, keying Cleveland's victory. The Tigers wasted the 2.900th hit of Al Kaline's major league career and a sparkling relief performance by Woody Fryman, who allowed only one hit and no runs in six innings. Orioles 6, Yankees 3 Rookie Jim Fuller doubled home the tying run in the seventh inning and Enos Cabell delivered the tie-breaker with a sacrifice fly. helping the Orioles hand New York's Mel Stottlemyre his fifth consecutive loss. Dave McNally was the winner, with last-out help from Bob Reynolds. Angels 4, A's 3 The Angels' victory was their first in.nearly three years over Oakland ace Jim Hunter, who had beaten them eight straight times since July. 1971. California's Mickey Rivers extended his hitting streak to nine games with a single and a homer, while Oakland's Reggie Jackson hit in his 12th consecutive game. raising his record to 3-3. gave up his only run in the fifth inning_when Don Hahn slugged a homer over the left field wall. Expos 4, Phillies 2 Ron Hunt sparked a pair of two-run rallies and Ernie McAnally scattered seven hits, leading Montreal over Philadelphia. Reds 6, Padres 3 Pedro Borbon bailed Don Gullett out of a ninth inning jam. leading Cincinnati out of a four-game losing streak with a decision over San Diego. Borbon came in after Gullett gave up hits to the first two San Diego batters in the ninth. The reliever loaded the bases with a bunt single and gave up a sacrifice fly before getting a double play. Giants 9, Dodgers 7 Bobby Bonds and Chris Speier each stroked two-run singles in a seven-run third inning that carried San Francisco over the Los Angeles. Claudia Clark Salutatorian at St. Edmond's Claudia Jane Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Clark of Fort Dodge, formerly of Carroll, was graduated Thursday evening. May 23, from St. Edmond High School at Fort Dodge. She was salutatorian of the graduating class. Among those from Carroll attending the ceremonies and a reception afterwards at the Lamplighter were Miss Clark's grandmother, Mrs. C. H. Clark, her great aunt. Miss Margaret Buchheit. and Joleen Montgomery and Bonnie Broich. Awards and honors received by Miss Clark included a president's scholarship to Creighton University. Omaha,; National Merit Scholarship finalist; State of Iowa scholar; Betty Crocker community leader of the future: High School Bowl championship trophy; Who's Who in American High Schools; and the Bausch & Lomb Science Award. At last Tuesday night's Baccalaureate mass, Miss Clark presented the gift of "Tomorrow." Miss Clark plans to study pharmacy at Creighton. Sports Glances State Track— Kuemper's two-mile relay team of John Heithoff, Russ Rupiper, Craig Dentlinger and Bob Friedman set a new school record Friday as it placed eighth out of 16 teams at the state track meet in Des Moines. The quartet ran the distance in 8 minutes-.7 seconds, eclipsing the old mark, set at the state meet a year ago. by one tenth of a second. Cedar Falls won the event. Carroll's Ted Nam finished fifth in the first heat of the 100-yard dash in 10.7 seconds, but failed to qualify for the finals. Perry's Ron Sutherland won that heat. In other results by area performers, Wall Lake's Craig Ohden won the third heat in the Class C 100-yard dash preliminaries in 10.2 seconds. Ohden's time tied the fastest qualifying time in the Class C 100. Ar-We-Va's Gene Thiedeman qualified for the finals in the Class C 180-yard low hurdles as he finished second in his preliminaries heat. Glidden-Ralston's Craig Mosman did not qualify in the 100-yard dash, and Kuemper's Randy Diers also did not qualify in the discus. The final four games of the first round were played Friday night in the Breda Slow Pitch Softball Tournament. Breda Standard beat the Ralston team, 5-2, behind the pitching of Wilbur Stork. Larry Brant was the losing pitcher. Coon Rapids No. 1 edged Lanesboro in the second game of the evening, 3-2. R. Barker was" the winning pitcher, and Paul Brown was tagged with the loss.. Jerry Starman hit a home run and pitched the Koselle Stars to a 10-2 win over the Western Inn of Carroll. Dave Imming was the losing pitcher. John Werner belted a homerun to pace the Dedham Southsiders past Lidderdale, 6-0. Leonard Kitt was the winning pitcher and Tom Pudenz was the losing pitcher. The final games of the second round get under way at noon Sunday with Mel's of Halbur meeting the Carroll A's. That game is followed by the Breda Zekers and Main Tap at 1 p.m. At 2 p.m.. Roselle Trio goes against Storm Lake, followed by the Dedham Diggers and Templeton Juveniles at 3 p.m., Glidden No. 2 vs. the Arcadia Budmen at 4 p.m. and Carroll Merchants vs. the Carroll Royals at 5 p.m. Breda Standard meets Coon Rapids No. 1 at 6 p.m. and the Roselle Stars play the Dedham Southsiders at 7 p.m. MINORS Protectors 19 12-01. Whales 0 il-li — Jim Krickson had a double and a single. Rick Fromes a single, and Leon Neppel a single for the winners. Hampslers 20 (l-li. Bankers 5 — Craig Haumhover had a triple, and Dan Thielen a double. Sernetts 25 (2-0). Batmen 9 (1-11 — Pat Weidemeier and Dave Heller lashed homers for the winners, who are undefeated. Kanne's 16. JC's 10 (0-2i — Bill Peterson and Jim While had doubles for the losers. SKMORS Grouse 8. Legion -I — As Brian Gretcman hit a double, and Brad Johnson and Paul Wiedemeier had two singles. IMPORTANT All 8 year olds will have tryouts next Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. at the Senior League Diamond next to Carroll Stadium. Injunctions Sought Against 2 Sales Firms DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)The Iowa attorney general's office is seeking injunctions against two out-of-state magazine subscription sales firms. Asst. Atty. Gen. Douglas Carlson said in separate petitions that Magazine Buyers' Service of Great Neck, N.Y., and Universal Readers Service Inc., of Terre Haute, Ind., used "illegal, false, deceptive and misleading sales practices." Carlson has asked that the two firms be required to return any money deceptively earned from lowans and that the firms be enjoined from any such further practices. Daily Record ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions May 23— Alois J. Wiederin, Carroll Shane M. Boeck. Manilla Admissions May 24— Mrs. Kenneth A. Bauer, Dedham Mrs. Jerome J. Rolfes, Carroll Mrs. Cyral G. Oakes, Carroll Mrs. Alvin W. Lappe, Carroll Brian J. Vicarius, Carroll • Center (Continued From Page 1) m a t t.e r how severely handicapped or retarded a child may be, they must be served by public education," McKee gave as his interpretation of the bill. In the future the three blue-jeaned instructors at the center might not be as interested in toilet training and developing language skills of six-year olds, as they are in developing residential programs and social services for the handicapped or retarded adults in the Carroll area. Pat Strohm, instructor at the center, said she had some future plans for adults in mind, but currently the center is licensed to work with children three through 19 years old. Already serving virtually every school age child in the county. Carroll provides six special education classrooms for a total of 63 students. Four classrooms are provided at the Carroll Community School, one rural school and one classroom in Manning. They provide first through 12 grades, complete with a high school work study program. The Developmental Center provides a good environment to improve language and develop other physical controls for pre-school aged (6 to 7) children in the Carroll County district. Dr. Bruce Lombard, staff psychologist for the Carroll County Board of Education said. In the future, this new bill will eliminate the old county scnooi svstem. a>Wna n m'o f f the old one-room schooi districts, where the county supervisor was supposed to administer the state school laws and enforce standards on many tiny school districts. As local school districts merged into 52 county boards, they took on new responsibilities in special education and other services, to local schools. But they varied throughout the state. Bound only by the old code requiring special permission for children with an IQ below 30 to receive education, education for the retarded and handicapped is currently inconsistent in the counties. If approved by the governor, the county school system of 52 will be reduced to 15 regional agencies and education for all handicapped or retarded of school age is expected to be required by all agencies. Although not an issue in the Carroll area. Lombard said, the revised code will benefit other counties by requiring classrooms to be provided for children living at home that may have been denied an education in the past. • Fireworks (Continued From Page 1) protect the public and the in- adequancyof any precautionary labeling." An estimated 6,500 persons are treated for fireworks-related injuries in hospital emergency rooms each year. That doesn't count victims who go to their family doctor. The commission says many of injuries are serious, the bulk of patients are under 15 years of age and firecrackers are to blame for half of all cases. The restrictions will not apply to "legitimate public displays" or farmers and ranchers who want to use aerial bombs to scare birds away from croplands, provided they're participating in a wildlife management program recognized by a federal, state or local agency. The final regulations include performance standards for design specifications on other types of legal fireworks such as r o m a n candles, fountains, cones, torches, spinners, shells and sparklers. All must provide specific warnings and handling instructions. Times Herald, Carroll, la. /* Saturday, May 25, 1974 JL MMMMItlttl •••••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••IMMMU Glidden Man to Head ARC Jerry Millard of Glidden was elected president of the Carroll County Association for Retarded Children during the meeting Thursday night at the Farm Bureau building. Other new officers are Lewis Rich, Glidden, vice president and Mrs. Darrell Fryar, Carroll, treasurer. Dr. Bruce Lombard, school psychologist and newly hired director of special education for the county, was guest speaker. He outlined ideas and plans for the special education classes for the coming year. Rep. William R. Ferguson gave a legislative report on action which will change the school system from a county to area system. He explained how the change will affect special education here. Discussion was held on providing entertainment for older retarded persons this summer. Picnics and field trips were suggested. It was decided that summer bowling for older retarded children will be sponored by the group. Applications for day camp and swimming lessons are due. Any.one interested in swimming lessons for his children should contact Mrs. Rosina O'Tool. Lessons for Carroll children will be held July 15-26. The state Association for Retarded Children convention will be held June 8-9 at the Starlight Inn in Fort Dodge. Meetings of the local association were adjourned until September. Suit (Continued From Page 1) at both Carroll establishments on the day of the accident. He charged that Kaufman left the taverns "in an intoxicated condition" and said because of that condition drove his car into the path of his vehicle. However, on motion from attorneys for Dominise and Kuhlman, that portion of the case was dismissed without prejudice shortly before the trial began. Jurors in the case were Robert F. Schneider. Carroll, foreman; Mary Heman. Dedham: Victor Rupiper. Carroll: Catherine Wittrock. Carroll: Karen Clayburg. Coon Rapids: Paul Broich. Carroll; H. A. Schenkelberg. Templeton; Mary Ealy. Glidden; Irene Eischeid. Carroll: Ruthe Pille. Carroll: and Leonard Riesberg. Dedham. Two Women Injured in Blast NEW SHARON. Iowa (AP)— Two persons were injured in an explosion and fire at a rural home near New Sharon Friday. Mahaska County authorities said Mrs. Eunice Busby. 71, and her daughter. Mrs. Audrey Ferguson. 52. were listed in serious condition at University Hospitals in Iowa City following the mid-afternoon explosion at the Busby farm home. A fire rescue unit found Mrs. Busby in the basement of the home, said New Sharon Fire Chief Dwight McCain. He said the farmhouse.was extensively damaged. The state fire marshal's office has been called in to investigate the cause of the blast. NEW MEMBERS Two women joined St. Anthony Regional Hospital Auxiliary during the orientation meeting Friday afternoon. Mrs. George Otto and Mrs. Vern Hulsebus are the new members. Deaths, Funerals E.J. (SLIM) HULSEBUS E. J. (Slim) Hulsebus, 84, of Carroll, a retired auctioneer, died at 4:45 a.m. Saturday, May 25, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Arrangements are pending at the Twit Funeral Home. Mr. Hulsebus is survived by his wife, Kate; three daughters, Mrs. William S. (Lois) Farnerof Carroll, Mrs. Charlotte Schell of Harlan and Mrs. Edward A. (Wilma) Krueger of Omaha, Neb.; and two sons, Gail of Sioux City and Cy of Carroll. UCT Plans Picnic, Party Final plans were made for the July 4 family picnic and "Writers Club" party at the Carroll Council 543, United Commercial Travelers of America meeting Thursday night at the IPS building. Delegates to the state convention gave reports, and committee reports were given on aid to retarded children, youth, safety and cancer. Junior Counselor Wilfred Schneider, presided. Alvin Hoffman won the attendance prize. Mrs. Ray Reicks, past senior counselor, read the report she had given at the state convention on the past year's activities during the auxiliary meeting. Convention delegates also discussed the event. Mrs. Kenneth Bromert, senior counselor, conducted the auxiliary meeting. Mrs. John L. Boyce and her committee provided entertainment and lunch during the joint social-hour after the separate meetings. The UCT will meet again in September after the summer recess. Judge Declares Part of Support Law is Illegal BURLINGTON, Iowa (AP)— A Des Moines County District Court judge has declared part of the Iowa Uniform Support Law unconstitutional. In a ruling issued Thursday, Judge David Hendrickson said the child support section of the law places an unequal burden on the natural father. Hendrickson ruled in the case of Richard Jerrell. Burlington, who brought suit to prevent his former wife, Joanne Maeder. now living in California, from forcing him to make monthly child support payments of $180. PUBLISH OR PERISH BOSTON (AP) - A good college lecturer had better publish his thoughts if he hopes to get ahead in the academic world, a sociologist finds. William C. Yoels, a Boston University sociologist, took a statistical look at the career of fellow sociology professors and their promotions. He found that less than 4 per cent of the faculty in the nation's top 20 college departments of sociology got promoted without having published books and articles to buttress their teaching reputations. SCOUTS IN PARADE All Girl Scouts and leaders should meet in full uniform Monday at the South Side Park for the Memorial Day parade. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.17 Corn. No. 2 yellow 2.40 Oats 1.30 3 Pieces of Evidence Led to Conviction IOWA CITY, Iowa (API- Three pieces of evidence against James Hall led the Johnson County District Court jury to its guilty verdict, according to one of the jurors. Hall, 20, a former University of Iowa student from Toledo, Ohio, was found guilty of second-degree murder Thursday in the March 13, 1973 slaying of Sarah Ann Ottens, a 20-year-old U of I nursing student from Morrison, 111. Sentencing for Hall was set for June 27. The juror, who asked to remain anonymous, said Friday that one piece of decisive evidence was a fingerprint identified as Hall's, which was found on a faucet in the room in Rienow Hall dormitory where Miss Ottens was killed. The other pieces of evidence were two hair samples. One sample, taken from Miss Ottens' blouse, was found "consistent with" Hall's hair, according to testimony. Another sample, taken from a tennis shoe in Hall's room, was "consistent with" Miss Ottens' hair, according to testimony. "The three taken together made the probability of error quite small," the juror said. Several ballots were taken on a verdict of guilty of first-degree murder, the juror said, but unanimity could not be reached. Then, the juror said, two ballots were taken on the seconcklegree murder verdict. The first was 11-1 for conviction, and the second ballot was unanimous, the juror said. Asked whether the dramatic reversal of Rosemary Woods testimony had influenced the jury, the juror said "her credibility was discounted." Mrs. Woods, a maid in Rienow Hall, confessed Thursday she lied when she testified earlier that she did not recognize the man she saw knocking on Miss Ottens' door about 3 p.m. the day of the murder. She changed her story Thursday and identified Hall as that person. Defense attorney William Tucker said he would file a motion for a new trial by June 13. A hearing on that and any other motions will be held June 19. Hall, who pleaded innocent to the charge, was being held in Johnson County jail in lieu of $50.000 bond. He had been free on $20,000 bond until Johnson County District Court Judge Louis Schultz raised the bond after the verdict was delivered. Judge Schultz Friday denied a request to lower Hall's bond from $50,000. Tucker had objected to the increased bond, stating that Hall had never attempted to leave Johnson County without the court's decision. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy with a chance of scattered showers or thunderstorms developing today, continuing tonight, then diminishing from west to east Sunday. Warmer northeast today, highs in upper 60s to lower 70s. Lows tonight 50 to 55. Highs Sunday in low to mid 70s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Monday through Wednesday: Chance of showers Monday and again Wednesday. Warmer- Monday STORMY E. J. Slim Hulsebus Carroll — Age 84 Arrangements Pending TWIT with highs in the upper 70s and low 80s. Cooler Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the 60s and lower 70s. Lows in the 50s to lower 60s. The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 74 Yesterday's low 44 At 7 a.m. today 50 At 10a.m. today 56 Precipitation (24 hours prior to7a.m.) .07rain. Weather A Year Ago— Carroll temperatures varied from a high of 70 to a low of 50 degrees, a year ago today. George F. Gute Age 64 - Carroll Friendi may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll after 7 p.m. Saturday Rosaries: 8 p.m. Saturday 8:45 p.m. Saturday 3 p.m. Sunday 8 p.m. Sunday by St. Mary's Parish 8:45 p.m. Sunday Mass of the Resurrection 1:30 p.m. Monday at St. Mary's Church, Willey Officiating: Rev. James Fangman Interment: St. Mary's Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 33 years

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