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June 19, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 13

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ISports Glances Girls Golf Holly Juergens of Carroll fired a 91 Tuesday in the State Junior Girls Golf Tournament at Hampton. That left Juergens in fifth-place at 183, 21 strokes behind the leader, Tina Mulert of Dubuque who carded a 78 Tuesday. In a meeting Tuesday, Juergens was selected as second alternate to play in the four-state team girls golf championship. Another Carroll girl, Mary Ann Greteman, fired a 47 for her best nine hole round of the tournament. Women's Softball HR Cleaners whipped Baugh's Roadrunners, 25-6, in five innings Tuesday night in women's softball as Chris Conley slammed two triples and Shirley Eischeid a homer for the winners. Cleone Hermsen got the victory on the mound as HR will play Glidden at 7 p.m. June 26 at Mount Carmel. Maggie Wiederin had a triple for the losers. Arcadia Wins Jerry and Ron Berg each slugged two homers as Arcadia downed Audubon, 12-9, in slow pitch play Tuesday night. Gene Huelshorst got the win, while Doug Hilsabeck took the loss. Southsiders Win 2 The Dedham Southsiders defeated Breda Standard, 2-0, and 4-3, in slow pitch action Tuesday night at Breda. Leonard Kitt got the wins in both games, while Wilbur Stork took the loss in the opener and Mark Ludwig in the nightcap. Royals Nip Means The Carroll Royals nipped the Carroll Means, 2-1, in slow pitch Tuesday night as Tom Nam, Terry Kasperbauer and Doug Hannasch had two hits for the winners. Bill Snyder had two hits for the losing Means. The winning pitcher was John Kimmel, while Jim Odendahl took the loss. Merchants Romp Rich Golwitzer socked a three-run homer and Bruce Pettitt added a single, a double and a triple as the Carroll Merchants blasted the Carroll A's, 16-4, in slow pitch Tuesday night. The winning pitcher was Ken Stickrod. The loser was Bill Bernholtz. Farmland Wins Denny Jacoby's two-run homer sparked the Farmland Hammers past Little Gus' of Maple River, 6-1, in slow pitch Tuesday night. Bernard Feilmeier got the victory for Farmland. Polking Pitches Doug Polking was the winning hurler as the Breda Zekers turned back Ralston, 6-1, in slow pitch Tuesday night at Ralston. Big Victory Doug's and D's, formerly Glidden No. 2, bombarded Glidden No. 1, 22-0, in slow Will Observe Ordination Anniversary Times Herald, Carroll, la. m ry Wednesday, June 19, 1974 I w SCR ANTON — The Rt. Rev. Msgr. B. V. Greteman, pastor of St. Paul Church in Scranton, will commemorate the 40th anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood with a concelebrated mass of thanksgiving at 5 p.m. June 19 at St. Paul Church. After the mass, the Rosary Society women will serve a dinner in the parish hall to Msgr. Greteman's relatives and local priests. The anniversary committee will sponsor an open house reception from 2-4 p.m. Sunday. All parishioners, former-parishioners and the monsignor's friends are invited. After completing his studies at St. Thomas Seminary in Denver, Colo., he was ordained at the Cathedral of the Epiphany in Sioux City on June 3,1934, by the late Bishop Edmond Heelan. Msgr. Greteman has served as assistant pastor or administrator in parishes at Varina, Storm Lake, Livermore, Vail, Whittemore, Emmetsburg, Estherville, Ledyard and St. Joseph's in Sioux City from 1934 to 1940. In 1940, he was appointed pastor of St. John's in Onawa and the mission of St. Bernard's in Blencoe. There, he directed construction of new churches in both parishes. After the death of his younger brother, Fr. Lawrence, pastor of the pitch play Tuesday night in five innings. Don Schon and Harley McNaught homered as the winners banged out 28 hits in support of winning pitcher Reg Rohrbeck. Mel's Lose Willey defeated Mel's Angels of Halbur, 6-2, in slow pitch Tuesday night with Mike Soyer getting the victory. Glen Riesselman took the loss. Stars 5-0 The Roselle Stars ran their league mark to 5-0 as they whipped the Arcadia Budmen, 7-1. Jerry Starman got the win on the mound. Trio Wins Easily The Roselle Trio Tavern had an easy time with Coon Rapids No. 2 Tuesday night, winning 11-0, and 4-1, as Lefty Brincks got both wins for Trio. LL Results In the battle of unbeatens in Minor Little League play Tuesday, Sernetts edged the Protectors, 7-6, as Jim Sapp homered for the winners. Duane Heller added a triple, and Joe Minnehan and Sean Hoffman doubles for the winners. Paige and Wandel outslugged the Batmen, 18-7. as Larry Greteman blasted a triple and two singles for the winners. Teammate Jay Savory added two doubles. The Pipers got homers from Rick Hannasch and Dan Wittry to whip the Whales, 12-6. The Hampsters turned back Kanne Mobil, 27-15, as Greg Baumhover, Rob Reicks, and Ed Vanderheiden collected hits for the winners. And in one other game, the Jaycees clipped the Bankers. 12-9, as Scott White and Paul Peterson tripled for the winners. In T-Ball play, the Bears ran their record to 4-1 with a 44-43 victory over the Indians as Jeff Reinhart doubled home the winning run. In one other game, the Bears outslugged the Pirates, 37-21, as Dan Dreessen • homered, tripled and doubled for the winners. Teammate Troy Auen added a double. T-Ball Standings W. L. Bears 4 1 Indians 3 2 Pirates 2 3 Elks 1 4 Red Carpet Softball The Red Carpet Lounge of Carroll downed Coon Rapids, 10-6, at Coon Rapids, Tuesday night as Jim Carroll got the victory. On Monday night, Red Carpet lost to the Roselle Stars, 7-3. Mt. Carmel Wins Terry Snyder slammed a homer as Mount Carmel blasted the Carroll Keggers, 21-1, in slow pitch Tuesday night. Mike Pudenz was the winning pitcher as the game lasted only five innings because of the 10-run rule. Halbur parish, in 1962, Msgr. Greteman was transferred to succeed him there. In Halbur, he directed the liquidation of the indebtedness on the new school and rectory and established the building fund for the new church. In 1968, the monsignor became the pastor of St. Paul Church in Scranton. He has been instrumental in remodeling the parish rectory, refurbishing the church .and landscaping the parish grounds during his five years there. Msgr. Greteman, a native of Willey, has one brother, the Most Rev. Frank H. Greteman, D.D., bishop of Sioux City, and six sisters, Sr. Ann at St. Lawrence in Carroll, Margaret and Mary Lex,' Des Moines, Leonilla Hamilton, Sioux City, Elizabeth Carraher, Allentown, Pa., and Rosa Mahaffey, Mason City. Elk Horn Man Named Audubon Bank Official AUDUBON — Ranald Hansen of Elk Horn, has been named an assistant vice-president of the First State Bank here. He replaces Norman Rossow, who resigned to become vice-president of the First State Bank at Battle Creek. 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