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Carroll Breaks Jinx LAKE CITY — The Carroll Tigers broke the Lake City diamond jinx and handed the Eagles a 9-5 setback here Friday night. Carroll Coach Ted Edwards said it had been "a long time" since the Tigers had downed Lake City on their own field. Behind the 11-strike out pitching arm of Lonnie Lehrkamp and the five-RBI bat of Eric Siemer the Tigers did it this year. The win evened Carroll's Midwest Conference record at 1-1 and bettered their overall mark to 4-3. Lake City dropped to 1-6 and 0-3. The Tigers jumped off to a 3-0 lead in the top half of the first, but the hosts closed the gap to a single run after their first chance at bat. Carroll's first-inning runs came off the bat of Siemer, who cracked a three-run home run. In the Tiger second, a walk to Tom Reiman and singles by Todd Buck and Ted Nam set the score at 5-2. The next score was an unearned run by Lake City in the fifth. Carroll came back in the seventh, however, and tallied four runs on a pair of RBIs each by Siemer and Todd Pettitt. Lake City could manage only two runs in their half of the frame to give Carroll their final four-run win. Lehrkamp went all the way on the mound for the Tigers. He gave up two earned runs, five hits and four bases on balls. Pettitt, Nam Pete Marz and Ron Bernholtz each collected two hits for Carroll. Dan Conrad did the same for the hosts. Carroll faces Kuemper Monday night at Carroll diamond in the next outing for the Tigers. Game time is 8 p.m. for the conference clash. The Tigers will try to equal Friday's performance Monday night, as all nine Carroll starters managed hits against Lake City. Everyone who batted reached base. Box Score: Carroll AB R H BI Buck.LF 5 Pettitt, SS 3 Nam.SB 5 Siemer, RF 3 Lehrkamp, P 5 Marz, CF 4 0 Bock.C 3 Bernholtz, IB 3 Reiman, 2B 2 J. Petersen, RF ....0 Beyer, PR 0 Wenck,2B 0 R.Peterson 0 Totals 33 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 9 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 13 0 2 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 Lake City ABRHBI D. Conrad, 3B 4 220 Winter. 3B-SS 4 1 0 0 McCaulley.C 3 1 0 0 Johnson, P-SS 4 000 Dial,LF-RF 2 0 1 2 J. Conrad, CF 3 000 Might, IB 3 0 1 0 Richardson,2B ....2 0 0 0 Zimbeck.RF 0 000 Uneck. P 2 1 1 0 Totals 27 5 5 2 E—Carroll 3, L.C. 5. LOB—Carroll 11, L.C. 6. DP-Carroll 1. HR—Siemer, Carroll. 3B—D. Conrad, L.C. 2B—Right, L.C.; Nam and Bock, Carroll. Pitching Summary: II'..H..R..KR..BB..S() Lehrkamp (WP)87 552411 Johnson (LP) 38531 3 Uneck 45422 3 Knights Nip Jeff, 3-2 John Heithoff's two-out single in the bottom of the seventh inning gave Kuemper a 3-2 victory over Jefferson here Friday night at Carroll Stadium. With one out, Russ Rupiper walked off Ram pitcher Chris Blackburn, but was forced out at second base on a ground ball by Mark Hermsen. Then Jeff Hunter, batting for Larry McLellan, lined a bad-hop double down the left field line to put runners at second and third. Then Heithoff delivered the winning blow. The victory evened the Knights' overall mark at 2-2 and gave them a 2-0 record in Midwest Conference play, heading into Monday night's' game with Carroll, a winner over Lake City Friday night. Mike Gute, in his first appearance of the year, went the distance for Lou Galetich. The tall righthander scattered six hits and struck out seven. The Knights jumped off to a 2-0 lead after three innings as Gute led off the third with a walk. Tom Nurse, batting next, forced out Gute, but catcher Joe Roetker reached on an infield hit. With Nurse on third and Roetker on first, the Knights tried a delayed double steal that paid off with Nurse scoring to make it 1-0. Rupiper then singled to right, scoring Roetker for a 2-0 lead. The Rams tied things up in the fifth as Sorenson batting for Bill Ganoe walked. Nick Wand, the next batter, was safe on a bunt, putting runners at first and second. Then Blackburn laid down a perfect sacrifice bunt to move up Sorenson and Wand to second and third. Ed Whitver then hit a ground ball to Kuemper third baseman Tom Nurse. On the play, Sorenson tried to score and in a rundown Nurse tagged him out. But Bob Tuhn singled to score Wand to make it 2-1. The second run came home as the throw to the plate on Tuhn's single went by catcher Joe Roetker. Even though Blackburn gave up 10 hits, the Ram hurler fanned 10 Knights and walked only two. Kuemper's Joe Roetker and Heithoff managed two hits in the winning cause. Kuemper also took the junior varsity game, 7-4, as Mark Hermsen got the victory with relief help from Alan Oswald. Craig Bellinghausen and Marty Thelen led the Knights with three and two hits respectively. Box Score: Jefferson AB R H BI Wand,2B 3 1 0 0 Blackburn, P 4 0 2 0 Whitver, LF 4 1 1 0 Tuhn,3B 2 0 1 1 Hall,CF 3 0 0 0 Walker, IB 3 000 Rohovit.C 3 0 1 0 Brooker, RF 2 000 Cuddy, PH 1 0 1 0 Ganoe, SS 1 000 Sorenson, PH 0 0 0 0 Totals 26 2 6 1 Kuemper ABRHBI T. Roetker, 2B 4 0 0 0 Baldus.SS 4 Gute, P 3 0 Hannasch, PR 0 Nurse, 3B 4 J. Roetker, C 4 Rupiper, LF 3 Hermsen, RF 4 McLellan. CF 3 Hunter, PH 1 0 Heithoff. IB 4 Totals 34 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 Innings: Jefferson 000 020 0-2 Kuemper 002 000 1-3 E—Jefferson 3, Kuemper 2. LOB—Jefferson 10, Kuemper 11. 2B—Hunter, Kuemper. Pitching Summary: IP HBB SORER Blackburn 6 2 10 2 10 3 1 Gute(WP) 766721 Fitting Series Climax: Southern Cal vs. Miami By DAN EVEN AP Sports Writer OMAHA, Neb. (AP)-The 28th College World Series will have a fitting climax: old guard—Southern California— against top-rated challenger- Miami. Sports Glances Make-up Games Commissioner Bob Beeson has announced the make-up games and times for the Senior Little League. On Sunday June 23, the KC's will meet the Legion on field six at 6:30 with the Elks and Kiwanis playing at 6 p.m. in the stadium. At 8 p.m., Crouse will go against Uptown in the stadium. On Tuesday, June 25th, the Legion will meet Kiwanis at 6 p.m. on field six. And on Thursday, June 27th, the KC's will meet Crouse at 6 p.m. on field six with Kiwanis playing Uptown at 8 p.m. in the stadium. If needed, the KC's and Uptown will square off on Sunday, June 30th. Correction In a Senior Little League game for Friday, June 21st, Kiwanis and Crouse will play at 6:30 p.m. instead of 8 p.m. as shown on the schedule. Main Tap Romps Main Tap whipped Little Gus' of Maple River, 11-2, in slow pitch Thursday night as Doug Middendorf and Terry Schroeder homered for the winners. The winning pitcher was Pat Malloy, while Tim Heinrichs took the loss. Means Triumph The Carroll Means whipped the Carroll Keggers, 14-2, in slow pitch Thursday night as Bill Snyder drove in six runs with a grand slam homer and single. Teammates Dave Stuhr and Dave Williams each added three hits. Jim Odendahl got the victory on the mound, while Royce Schulz took the loss. Darlene's Wins Darlene's Lounge of Carroll blanked Baugh's Phillips 66, 23-0, in woman's softball play Thursday night. Vicki Steffes was the winning pitcher as Darlene's plays Lidderdale at 7:30 Monday night at Lidderdale. No Games Sunday According to Commissioner Bob Beeson, there will be no games in the Carroll Little League program Sunday because of Father's Day. LL Results The Protectors and Sernetts continued their unbeaten ways in Minor League baseball play Friday night. Both clubs are 6-0 for the season. Barry Mitchell slammed two triples, Scott Behrens two doubles and Rick Promes one double in the Protectors 13-3 triumph over the Pipers. Rob Thelen's two doubles and Dave Heller and Tim Sapp with one double each led Sernetts in their 11-5 win past theJaycees. Chris Wilkens and Thelen combined on a six-hitter for Sernetts as the two leaders met in a showdown Tuesday. The Whales came up with nine runs with two out in the last inning to clip the Hampsters, 9-8. Brian Raish had three singles and Al Loew and Rob Schulz doubles in the Whales' come-from-behind victory. Tim Tegels three hits, including a double, led Paige and Wandel past Kanne Mobil, 8-3. Teammates Steve Forbes and Larry Greteman added doubles for the winners. The Batmen outslugged the Bankers, 20-9, as Mark Ebner pitcher and batted his club to victory. Ebner collected a homer and a triple. Minor Standings Sernetts Protectors Pipers Whales Batmen Kanne Mobil Hampsters Paige, Wandel Bankers Jaycees W. 6 6 4 4 4 2 2 2 0 0 L. 0 0 2 2 2 4 4 4 6 6 Southern California, 49-20, earned a chance for an unprecedented fifth straight title and 10th over-all by ousting Southern Illinois 7-2 Friday night. "We just have to play our ball game to beat Miami," said Southern California Coach Rod Dedeaux. "They don't make mistakes, and don't beat themselves. We saw that in our first meeting." Miami, 51-10, handed Southern California its only defeat of the double-elimination tournament last Wednesday, taking a 5-3 decision thanks to a late four-run rally. "We've been here before so we know what has to be done," continued Dedeaux. "Of course it will be a big asset that we have played in the finals before. "Our record in the finals is 9-1, so we have something going for us. Our players think they can win. We are not cocky, but we are confident." Miami drew the bye after three teams were left with one defeat, and Hurricane Coach Ron Fraser feels the extra day of rest will help in the crucial pitching department. "They have had their pitching problems," said Fraser. "But there experience in the finals will make it an even contest." First-time series qualifier Miami will pitch sophomore righthander Stan Jakubowski, 16-2, against Southern California. "He has done the job for us so far," said Fraser. "He's won two series games, and one with only two days rest." Jakubowski has pitched two complete games and surrendered only two earned runs. A five-run first inning that featured two walks, three hits and a costly error started Southern California rolling Friday night, and Mark Barr took it from there. The senior righthander gave up nine hits, but won his fourth straight series game over two years. Three double plays smothered Southern Illinois' comeback chances. "We never hit with men on base during the whole tournament, and tonight it not only cost us a game, but a shot at the title," said Southern Illinois Coach Richard "Itchy" Jones. Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East W L Pet. GB Boston Cleveland Baltimore Detroit Milwaukee New York Oakland Kansas City- Texas Chicago California Minnesota 33 26 29 28 29 29 29 29 28 28 31 31 West 32 28 30 28 31 29 26 28 27 34 24 31 .559 — .509 3 .500 3 '2 .500 3' a .500 34 .491 34 .533 — .517 1 .517 1 .481 3 .443 54 .436 5' 2 Friday's Results Minnesota 8, Cleveland 2 Baltimore 2, Chicago 1 Kansas City 4, Detroit 3 Texas 7, Milwaukee 2 New York 5, Oakland 1 California 4, Boston 3, 15 innings National League East Philadelphia St. Louis Montreal Chicago New York Pittsburgh W 32 30 26 24 23 22 L 28 28 27 31 35 34 Pet. .533 .517 .491 .436 .397 .393 GB 2' 5 1 1 2 •i 8 8 Los Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego West 43 19 34 24 34 26 31 31 31 33 26 40 .694 .586 .567 .500 .484 .394 Friday's Results Chicago 10, Houston 7 Atlanta 6, St. Louis 1 San Diego 5, Montreal 4 Los Angeles 3, New York 2 Pittsburgh 4, San Francisco Cincinnati 7, Philadelphia 4 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, June 15, 1974 Coach Resigns Vern Henkenius, head basketball coach at Kuemper High School resigned Saturday to become principal at Dallas Center Community High School this fall. His coaching record in six years at Kuemper was 94 wins and 37 losses, with two teams going to the state tournaments. • GOP (Continued From Page 1) honesty in government by supporting men of integrity and withholding our support of those who choose to compromise sound ethical conduct and practices." The convention voted to give a unanimous ballot in commending Governor Robert Ray, Lt. Governor Arthur A. Neu and State Representative W. R. Ferguson. A resolution from the floor recommending research into methods of providing funding for public facilities other than through property tax was also approved. The delegates also approved a resolution from the floor to go on record as opposing "any attempt to grant amnesty or freedom from prosecution to those men who, either by illegally avoiding the draft or deserting from the armed forces, failed to fulfill their military obligation to the U.S." A third resolution from the floor, urging stronger methods by state and federal governments in controlling inflation, was also adopted. Delegates selected to attend the State Republican convention July 19 and 20 were: Doug Polking, Robert Dappen, Sara Dappen, Bill Ferguson, Verna Frank, Mary Baumhover, Margaret Ohde. Carroll Lane. Mildred Lane. Dr. M. J. Hall. Paul Conner. Andrew J. Bosman. Verna Karstens, Viola Karstens, Don Halvorsen, Richard Crandall. Robert Merritt. Florentine Rupiper, Leonard Rupiper, Clyde Kenyon.'Nancy Merritt. Carolyn Conner and Art Neu. • Jobs .. (Continued From Page 1) employers must provide meaningful work and allow a staff counselor to speak with the young employee during office hours. The sponsoring government agency carries insurance for the workers. Another aspect of the program is a full-time counselor to assist the students with occupational and personal problems. Frank Hermsen, Holy Spirit School guidance head, is filling the position this summer. An evaluation sheet which the supervisor fills out along with time cards aids in helping the employees with problems on the job. "We pretty well get to know the kids,"Martin said. Neighborhood Youth Corps is an on-going program, the director said. About 100 persons are expected to retain their jobs on a part-time basis during the school year. Planning for the summer program usually begins in December, after the Community Opportunities office has been informed of the funds available. HALL TRIAL IOWA CITY, Iowa ( AP ) —Attorneys for convicted murderer James Hall contend their client should have a new trial because some members of the jury drank liquor before finding him guilty. The defense attorneys made the allegation in Johnson County District Court Friday in an amendment to a motion filed Thursday for a new trial. The amendment cites drinking by jurors as grounds for a new trial in addition to 43 grounds listed in the original motion. Deaths, Funerals | 12 13 19 EDITH M. IVERSON Edith Marie Iverson, three-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Iverson of 4368 Lakewood Drive, Norwalk, died unexpectedly at home Friday morning, June 14. Mrs. Iverson is the former Nadine Miller of Templeton. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the church in Norwalk, with burial at Story City. In addition to her parents, the baby's survivors include three brothers, a sister, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Berle Miller of Templeton and Mrs. Bert Phelland of Ames, and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McNaughtonof Carroll. HENRY A. SCHWABE ROSELLE - Henry A. Schwabe, 74, of Roselle died at 8:15 p.m. Friday, June 14, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. He had been in failing health for several years. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Monday at Holy Angels Church here, with the Rev. Jerome Coyle officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Saturday. The rosary will be recited Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 3 and 8 p.m., the last by Holy Angels parishioners and the Holy Name Society. Mr. Schwabe, son of Bernard and Anna Macke Schwabe, was born at Arcadia Oct. 29, 1899. He spent his youth in the Mt. Carmel and Maple River areas. On Feb. 15, 1926, he married Anna Irlbeck at St. Francis Church, Maple River, with the late Rev. August Meyer officiating. They farmed northeast of Arcadia and then southeast of Maple River until retiring and moving to the present home in Roselle in 1962. He was a member of Holy Angels Church and the Holy Name Society of the parish. Mr. Schwabe is survived by his wife; eight daughters, Mrs. Paul (Marian) Bellcock of Sac City, Mrs. Floyd (Marita) Eickman of Coon Rapids, Mrs. Maurice ( Dorothy) Eickman of Templeton, Mrs. Robert (Delores) Nagl of Carroll, Mrs. Lynn (Elaine) Hoffman of Roselle, Mrs. Dale (Ella Mae) Bueltel of Manilla, Mrs. Ronald (Betty) Monson of Colton, Ore., and Mrs. William (Janie) Hastins of Mulino, Ore.; a son, Donald of Carroll; 52 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Also surviving are five brothers, Ben and Joe Schwabe of Breda, John, Alois and Herman Schwabe of Carroll; and three sisters, Mrs. Henry (Anna) Beckman of Arcadia, Catherine Schwabe and Mrs. Lester (Margaret) Kokenge of Carroll. He was preceded in death by a son, Robert, and one grandchild. WILBERT W. KERR LANESBORO — Funeral rites for Wilbert W. Kerr, 68, of Lanesboro will be held here at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the United Methodist Church. • The Rev. James Siebert will officiate; burial will be in Westlawn Cemetery, Glidden. Friends may call at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Glidden after 7:30 p.m. Sunday. There will be prayer service there at 8 p.m. Monday for the family and friends. The casket will be taken to the church at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday for viewing until the hour of rites. Mr. Kerr died at his home June 14. He was a retired farmer. A memorial fund has been established in his name. TIMOTHY RENWANZ SCRANTON — Funeral services for Timothy Carl Renwanz, three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee D. Renwanz of Scranton, were held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the United Methodist Church here. The Rev. David Barker officiated. Mrs. Beverly Hoyt sang "Jesus Loves Me" and "Be Still, My Soul". Organist was Nancy Hoyt. Pallbearers were Eugene Havermann, Don Eslick, Bill Rogan and Warren Marks. Burial was in Willow Cemetery, under direction of the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Scranton. Timothy died in an accident on a farm six miles southeast of Scranton, June 11. —Times Herald News Service ARCADIA - Funeral services for Mrs. Edward Krohnke, 83, Schleswig, were held at the United Church of Christ in Schleswig at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 13. The Rev. Rattzlaff officiated. Mrs. Krohnke died Monday evening in an Ida Grove hospital. Survivors are her husband; two sons, Howard and Edgar of Schleswig; one daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (Louella) Peters of Arcadia; four grandchildren, Mrs. Ray (Lois) Boyens, Denison, Mrs. Paul (Carol) Lambert, Raleigh, S.C., Douglas Krohnke and Priscilla Krohnke, and one great-grandchild Sean Krohnke; and one sister Joyce. CORVEN L. THOMAS SCRANTON — Final rites for Corven Leon Thomas, 76, of Scranton will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church in Scranton, with burial in the Scranton Cemetery. Arrangements are in charge of the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home, Scranton, where friends may start calling at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. The casket will be moved to the church Monday morning at 8:30 for viewing until the hour of services. Mr. Corven, a retired mechanic and lifelong resident of Scranton, died unexpectedly at 9 p.m. June 13 in Council Bluffs, where he had been visiting for a few days. He was born at Scranton Jan. 11, 1898, a son of Howard and Maude Bishop Thomas. He was married here Jan. 8, 1922, to Marie Hamilton. He was a member of the United Methodist Church. Surviving are two sons, Lloyd of Council Bluffs and Donald of West Des Moines; a daughter, ( ;,-Mfs. Eugene (Betty) 1 Wenger of Scranton; 12 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; two brothers. Pearl H. Thomas of West Des Moines and Orla Thomas of Scranton; and four sisters, Mrs. Hazel Blum of Early, Mrs. Joe (Goldie) Quarness of San Marcos, Calif., Mrs. Robert Jay of Clemmons and Mrs. Frank (Irma) Ballard of Ankeny. Mr. Corven was preceded in death by his wife, a brother and two sisters. • Suit (Continued From Page 1) the time of the accident and the claim against his estate is based on this, plus the contention that Wilkerson did not yield half of the roadway, was driving too fast, and was negligent. The three Atlantic business firms are accused of selling ''or giving" beer or intoxicating liquor to Wilkerson while he was intoxicated, and of serving and furnishing "beer and intoxicating liquor to James L. Wilkerson to a point where he became intoxicated," according to the petition. Daily Record POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accident— Betty J. and Charles H. Brotherton, Manning, were treated and released at St. Anthony Hospital Friday night after an accident on U.S. 30 near Main Street, police reported. Daniel H. Walz, Carroll, was charged with speeding in connection with the accident after the car he was driving collided with the vehicle driven by Charles Brotherton as Brotherton slowed to allow a vehicle in front of him to turn, police said. Parking Accident— A pickup owned by Floyd Kelly, Scranton, was struck while parked on Main Street near Sixth Friday night. The Kelly vehicle was struck in the rear bumper as Kristine A. Knute, Ralston, was attempting to park her car. No injuries were reported, police said. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions June 13— Cori M. Birch, Carroll Mrs. Edna A. Garrett, Lanesboro Admission June 14— Mrs. John D. Kean, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. William Kanne, Carroll, a daughter, Friday Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Kernan, Glidden, a daughter, Friday Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.02 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.40 Oats 1-30 AIB GRADUATES Randy Broich and Dan Kratoska, 1972 graduates of Kuemper High School, have completed the business administration courses at American Institute of Business, Des Moines. Broich, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Broich, holds a major in accounting, and Kratoska, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Kratoska, majored in sales. Broich is enrolled in Area XI in Ankeny for a science course required for embalming school. Kratoska has been accepted for enrollment at Westmar College, LeMars. Both men are from Carroll. IN MEMORY OF I Corven L. Thomasl Scranton — Age 76 Friends may call at the Darin and IWoodhouse Funeral] Home, Scranton after 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Funeral Services 10:30 a.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church, Scranton Officiating Rev. David Barker Casket will be taken to the church at 8:30 a.m. Monday. Interment Scranton Cemetery DAMN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES CARROLL SLOW PITCH STANDINGS W. L. Merchants 6 0 Farmland 5 1 Royals 4 2 Carroll A's 3 2 Means 3 3 Main Tap 2 3 Keggers 1 3 Western Inn 2 4 Mount Carmel 2 4 Little Gus' 0 5 The Weather IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Monday through Wednesday Mild with little or no precipitation indicated through the period. Highs in the mid 70s to lower 80s. Lows in the mid 50s to low 60s. Weather A Year Ago— A trace of rain fell in the 24 hours preceding 7 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll. Temperatures ranged between 90 and 69 degrees. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 93 Yesterday's low 63 At 7 a.m. today 58 At 10 a.m. today 70 Henry A. Schwabe Carroll — Age 74 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll after 7 p.m. Saturday. Rosaries: 8 p.m. Saturday 3 p.m. Sunday 8 p.m. Sunday by Holy Angels Parish and the Holy Name Society Mass of the Resurrection: 1 p.m. Monday at Holy Angels Church in Roselle • Officiating: Rev. James Coyle Interment: Holy Angels Parish Cemetery, Roselle SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 33 years IN MEMORY OF| Wilbert W. Kerr Lanesboro — Age 68 Friends may call at the Dahn and IWoodhouse Funeral) Home, Glidden, after 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Funeral Service 2:00 p.m. Tuesday at Lanesboro Methodist Church. Officiating Rev. James Siebert Prayer Service 8:00 p.m. Monday at Dahn and I Woodhouse Funeral Home) Casket will be taken to the church at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday Interment IWestlawn Cemetery,] Glidden DAHN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES

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