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Foiled Inside One Yard Line- Manilla Edges Carroll 6-0 Manilla's Hawks capitalized on a badpunl break midway in the fourth quarter and defeated Carroll. 6-0. as Gene Pauley hit Gary Schwieso on an 11 - yard scoring pass. That broke the scoreless deadlock that had seen each team contained inside the one-yard line on a rain-swept fiHd The Carroll Tigers started the game with a su-tained 57 yard drive that bocaed down on about the one-foot line as John Schabcn lost the ball on a fumble on a fourth down play with about six inches to go. Manilla's futile drive to the one came early in the fourth period but actually started late in the' third when the Hawks recovered Leonard Snyder's fumble on the Carroll 27 yard line Four attempts through the line by Pauley and Schwieso netted a total of four yards after the Hawks picked up a first down on the five on Kddie Sox Maintain Lead; Coast Battle Looms By ED CORRIGAN Associated Press Sports Writer The magic number for the Chicago White Sox today was two Any combination of two White Sox victories or two Cleveland Indians' defeats and Al Lopez' club wins its first American League pennant in 40 years. In fact, all the White Sox have to do is lick the Detroit Tigers today and they can't do any worse than tie even if they lose every remaining game and the second place Cleveland Indians win all the rest of their games. Chicago has six games to play and Cleveland seven. The White Sox maintained their 5 '£-game margin over the Indians Friday night when they downed the Detroit Tigers 1-0. It marked the Sox' 35th one-run decision. | Bob Shaw shut out the Tigers on five hits for his 17th victory. Sherman Lollar hit a home run in the fifth inning to settle it. Jim Bunning held the Sox to four hits in the seven innings he toiled before giving way for a pinch hitter. ' The Indians licked the Kansas jCity A's 11-2, while in other action, the Boston Red Sox vanquished the New York Yankees, 1 6-4, and the Washington Senators crushed the Baltimore Orioles, 5-3. In the National League, the big battle between the San Francisco : Giants — protecting a two-game ; lead—and the Los Angeles Dodgers, tide with Milwaukee for scc- ! ond, was postponed. A day-night doubleheader was scheduled for 'today. In the only game played, the Chicago Cubs nipped the Phil; adelphia Phillies, 5-4, in 13 in- 1 nings. Timet Herald, Carroll, la. ^ Saturday, Sept. 19, 1959 j[J Schramm's 14 yard scamper near the end of the third. ! After Carroll took the ball away on the one, Schaben and Snyder ' managed only seven yards in three attempts and Schaben got off a punt to the Tiger 42. Pauley fielded Schaben's kick and returned it 16 yards to the Carroll 2f> yard line. The relentless i Hawks picked up a first down but finally bogged down again on an , incomplete pass on the Tiger 10. I That's when Carroll ran into trouble. Snyder gained one yard. Jon Lane tried the line for no gain. Schaben went back to pass and was nailed for a loss of seven back to the Tiger four. Then Schaben's fourth down punt slithered off the side of his foot and bounced out of bounds on the Carroll 16 yard line. Scoring Play That opened the door once too often. Pauley hit Ronnie Olson with a jump pass good for five yards to the Tiger 11. On the next play the Hawks split their ends in a pro ! type offense and set right halfback Schwieso in the slot to the right. As the ends criss-crossed in the I secondary, Schwieso slipped behind the defensive line and gathered in Pauley's quick pitch. Then Schwieso headed diagonally across field toward the end zone and scooted in unmolested. Only 4:20 was left on the clock i when the Hawks tallied. The extra ! point plunge was no good, but it didn't matter too much. Dave Wenck returned the ensu- WE SERVICE ALL MAKES WE SERVICE ALL MAKES Television Sales and Service We Feature Entire Lines of Admiral & RCA Victor Black and White or Color TV • STEREO HI-FI • REFRIGERATORS • TRANSISTOR RADIOS • WASHERS • DRYERS TV TOWERS OUR SPECIALTY and 8ERV ,CE 0 ^o°u s cY MPORTANT TV and DIAL 9513 APPLIANCES 901 Salinger SPORRER'S WE SERVICE ALL MAKES WE SERVICE ALL MAKES ing kick-off to the Carroll 40. The desperate Tigers went to the air lanes on three incomplete passes and made one yard on a running play as they relinquished possession on their own 41. Manilla picked up a pair of first downs on the ground as they ran the clock out and had moved to the Carroll 20 as the game ended. Carroll's golden opportun i t y came in the first quarter on the drive that bogged down. That 57 yard march was negotiated by 12 running plays and one seven yard pass from Schaben to Roger Kaspersen. Included in the ground gains was a 13 yard scamper by Snyder and a 12 yard burst by Lane. The Hawks had trouble in getting away from their own territory as Carroll drove to the Manilla 22 on the next series of downs. Aside from those two sorties, the nearest the Tigers could get was the Hawk 35 where another drive bogged down. The statistics adequately reflect the margin of difference. Statistics: C M First Downs 5 11 Yards Rushing 87 142 Lost Rushing 19 7 Net Rushing 68 135 Yards Passing 39 37 Total Yards 107 172 Passes Att. 15 17 Passes Comp. 3 5 Passes Inter. 1 ] Punts 3 5 Punts, Avg. 16 28 Fumbles Lost 4 l Kicks Returned 73 2R Penalties 20 45 Scoring by Quarters: CARROLL 0 0 0 0-0 MANILLA 0 0 0 6—6 Scoring: Gary Schwieso, pass from Gene Pauley. 11 yards. Officials: Fred Ruck, Wes Sharp. Wayne Smedes Starters: CARROLL — Ends: Roger Kaspersen, Larry Cover: Tackles: Jack Hays, Ron Fricke, Guards: Jim Prince, Ron Swanson; Center: Ron Edwards; Backs: John Schaben, Jon Lane, Leonard Snyder and John Helmkamp. Substitutes: Dave Wenck, Cy Farner, John Prince, Steve Farner, Pat Jones. MANILLA — Ends: Larry Sleister, Ronnie Olson; Tackles: Kenny Sahl, Richard Olson; Guards: Alan Miller, Harold Olson; Center: Gary Hall; Backs: Gene Pauley, Ed Schramm. Gary Schwieso and John Benge. Substitutes: Dale Segebart, John Campbell, Jim Rasmussen, Harold Olson, Craig Saunders. Gary Hansen Area Scores Des Moines (Dowling* 20, Kuemper 0 Manilla 6, Carroll 0 Denison 7. Mapleton 7 Harlan 22. Audubon 6 Lake City 20. Ida Grove 19 s LeMars 38. Sac City 12 Manning 19, Guthrie Center 7 Glidden 33, Scranton (> Exira 55, Coon Rapids 0 Bayard 19. Bagley 0 Lake View 6, Early 6 Lohrvillc 19, Wall Lake 12 Jefferson at Perry — Postponed To Saturday Night Peters Hot As Glidden Rolls, 33-6 SCRANTON — Terry Peters had a field day here Friday night with four touchdowns as he led his Glid- de'n-Ralston mates to a 33-6 win over Scranton. It was the second consecutive Coon Valley conference victory for the Wildcats. '• Peters scored first on a 32 yard pass from Larry Tryon in Glidden's first offenseive series. He tallied again in the second quarter on a 14 yard pitch from Larry Tryon. 1 In the third period, the famed Wildcat flea-flicker found Peters on the scoring end of a 66 yard touchdown play that started with a long lateral from Larry Tryon to Jerry Tryon who then threw a forward pass to Peters. The final touchdown for the Wildcat star was a 29 yard pass from Larry Tryon. Glidden's other touchdown was accounted for by Larry Tryon on a one yard plunge. Ron Burdine kicked a pair of conversion points and Peters netted one on a pass. Neal Hoyt scored for Scranton on a three-yard plunge in the final period. Roger Hayes. Ron Owens, Ray Peters and Jay Shriver were outstanding in the Glidden line as Wildcat coach Bob Miller used a total of 37 players in the game. In the defensive secondary, Terry Peter intercepted three Scranton passes and Larry Tryon hauled down a pair. DEFENSE PREDOMINATED ... In the football game here Friday night between Carroll and Manilla. In top photo, Pat Jones sets up road block for Manilla's Eddie Schramm as Roger Kaspersen. Ron Edwards and John Schaben converge on scene. In lower photo, Carroll's Larry Cover Is shown at left before he was hauled down after 26 yard gain on a pass play. His escort Included Edwards, left, and John Helmkamp, right. Defenders, left to right, are Gary Hansen, Gene Pauley, Kenny Sahl and Curtis Olson. (Paige and Paige Photos) Scoreless First Half Kuemper Bows, 20-0 PLEDGES FRATERNITY IOWA CITY - Social fraternities at The State University of Iowa pledged 263 men Thursday at the close of a five-day "rushing" , session from the Carroll area Joy Swanson of Lake City has i pledged the SUI chapter of Beta Theta Pi. HAVE A Schlirz Frame with The BetrTltfl Mule Milwaukee ftmam and Bowl Refreshed The L. A. Smith Company Carroll, Iowa Bowl the Automatic Way - With AMF Pinspotters at CARROLL BOWLING LANES By Staff Writer DES MOINES — The Kuemper Knights were outmanned, but not outfought, as the Dowling High Maroons took a 20 0 mud-splatter- cd victory here last night. A scoreless first half saw each team in scoring territory once. The Knights penetrated to the Dowling 13 before losing the ball on downs. The .Maroons had Hie ball on the Kuemper one-yard line as the halftime gun sounded. This drive was the only Dowling trip into Kuemper territory during the first half. But the Knights simply could not match the fresh troops Coach Al DiMarco could muster in the last half. Dowling's sensational sophomore, Joe Wilkenson, broke the knot midway in the third period. The Knights kicked from the Maroon 40 with Wilkenson receiving the punt nn his 12. He swung to his left, picking up blockers, and found good turf under foot to 13 2 0 46 52 61 7 27 0 1 I) 0 0 0 7 5 I) 120 170 12.1 ;t 30 0 5 I 3 2,"> - 0 WEST OF CARROLL ON HI WAY 30 Open Bowling Snack Bar - Refreshments From 1 p. m. Daily BALLS - BAGS - SHOES MONDAY COMMERCIAL LEAGUE I'D I nth 7 6 (i fi S 4 4 Roll Your Best . . . Then Eat The Best! The Cafe Where Only the Best Is Served Home of the Family Style Dinners PAULINE'S CAFE -1 IZZI 2 IZZ o Nnmfi of Tciim Di-dhiim Coop Hnnnasrh Motor Co. Busche (Jroc. Iowa Public Scrv. Co. _ Sehenkelherg Impl. Co. Hamms neer SlnfitT Sowing Center _ Curroll Gas Co llellhoff furniture Peters Hulck _ Coast to Coast — Morrow Modellers TKAM MCADKItS— Team IllRh Thiuc Games: B use he Groc 2753 Srhenkelherc Impl. Co 2»jSt Ilnnnnsch Motor Co. 2ol2 Team UlKh Slnsle Came: Rum-he Grocery —- 955 Sehenkelberg, llannasch i>Jii Busche Grocery 91" INniVUH'AI. I.K/VnF.KS— Individual High Three Games: Jim wilt I.ou Voylcs Don Kramer — - m»< Individual High Single Game: Jim Wilt £^ l.ou Vnvles-W. hammers 212 Jim Wilt -»•* ALLEY FLUSHERS LEAGUE Name of Team Points Baddlng Construction (i WEDNESDAY EAGER BEAVERS LEAGUE | WOOD CHOPPERS LEAGUE Imp Supply Z.. Cafe "ZI Acken Builders Pullirese Seed and I Kiilstuff ... i Kanne Lumber nnd Itoselle Ball I'ark Swedes Market and Buds Tavern Moore8 Super Market l'n list Blue Ribbon .— Vniiileiheldens - Oldsmoblle and Cadillac TKAM UK ADIOIIS— Team HlRli Three Games: Baddlng Const ruction Kanne Lumber Co Moores Super Market 'ream High Single Game: Moores Super Market ... Itoselle Ball Park Baddlng Construction INDIVIIMAI. I.KADKKS— Individual High Three Games: Leonard Sharp W It. Baddlng .. — SHO V. Deen - - 825 Individual High Single Game: R. Baddlng. Bill llarkett 201 Leonard Sharp 217 Leonard sharp. L> le Bernhulu 212 6 « 5 5 •I 4 3 3 3 2 1 21)20 2587 2578 <t'2'j 901 Points 10 .._ 9 ZZZZ. s 7 K 3 1 1 TUESDAY BLOCK BUSTER LEAGUE I NITE HAWKS LEAGUE During and After Bowling Enjoy Life with fliGff t *FE Distributed by Heath Distributing Co. Carroll, Iowa Name »f Team Paul and Waynes Seveh -l'n Miller Hlcb Life Wrestle Score I lamms Beer — .luci'gens Produce - Tavlors Plasterers K of C Storz Brer Schllt/ers Moorman Feeds lire wry* TI.AM I.KADKKS— Team High Three Games Miller High Life Paul and Wavnes K of C Team High Single flame: Miller High Life Paul and Wavnes K of C IMII\ HUM. I.I:\DI:KS_ Individual High Three Games .Jim Wli' Kollle Will Vein Tlefenthaler Individual High Single Game: ,11m Will Richard Baumliover John Jannlngs Points , Nam* of Team ,.10 Millers High Life 0 Hamms Beer s 'West Lawn Grocery 7 i Pa vis Skelly li i Salt-way Store (i Moose Lodge fi • i »rom« 5 i Breda Auto .1 p.m's Sinclair .. - . 3 i Javcees •• 1 Pabst Blue Ribbon o .lilt Clennei s ITLA.YI i.I:\DKKS— I Team High Three Games: Oi'iimn Poll's Sinclair Millers High Life Team High SlngU (Voin.'i Pon's Sinclair PfOITlH , INDIVini Al. I.KADKKS- 1 Individual High Three Games: .1 spleker Wall Mem p. Farre11 Indi\ liludl ,1. Spleker I.. Kungce P. Farrell .. 24 H1 23li."> 2340 KH7 S.'VJ S-J.-i Game: Points 9 8 8 a 8 - 7 (> 5 -. -1 -I 4 1 27(19 2(132 252li Name of Team Carroll Lumber Co Pauline's Cafe Carroll Bowl - _ Budwelser — Srhlltzer's Andv Balk's Commercial Savings Bank Corner Inn Carroll Plastics — Carroll Co. State Bank TKAM LKADKKS— Team High Three Games: Carroll Bowl — 2122 Carroll Lumber Co 2M <i Schlltzer's _ - 2039 Team High Single Game: Schlltzer's - • 2*?') Carroll Bowl 7-U Carroll Lumber Co 733 INDIVIDUAL I.KADKKS— Individual High Three Games: Donna Welbourn 542 Hollls Wilt - 5<i Lois Rungee - - Individual High Single Game: Donna Welbourn -- *03 Phvllls Luke 1*R Mae Kuneeke - • > M '' Niimo of Team Points Kanne Lumber Co - l'> llannasch Grocery 1;> St. Mary's Parish 9 Spurgeoh's 9 Wllke Drug « - Kddie Quinn — — »'s Pepsi-Cola - > Casino Cafe - 4 ("louse Cartage _. — 4 Farner-Bocken - - — j* Pabst Blue Ribbon 2 Hl-Way Cafe -. ~- 1 TKAM I .KADKHS— Team High Three Games: Kanne Lumber Co Kildle Quinn .- — Casino Cafe Team High Single Gome: F.ddle Quinn Casino Cafe Kanne Lumber — IMJIVinrAI. T.F .AnKHS— Individual High Three Games: Howerter, Mahoney, Wilkenson. Mount. Fogcrty. Webb, Davitt. CLUB 30 house of PIZZA ONLY FRESH PIZZA SERVED STEAKS BAR-B-Q RIBS CHICKEN SEA FOODS For Your Bowling Parties Reserve the Amber Room ..2128 .2*131 . 19S9 ... 7fi7 ... 74f> .. 721 Hamms BEER Refreshingly, Yours -sr -1' Helene Stanzvk .. Katie Buelt Shlrlev Kokenge Individual High Helene Stanzvk .. Katie Buelt ' Helene Stanzvk ... Single Game: 512 48S 47(1 202 IBS 172 THURSDAY CLASSIC BOWLING LEAGUE j PINSPLITTER LEAGUE 9fi2 933 922 HI" 55i; 55 I 232 223 219 High single Game: 5fi9 5(17 545 2lfi 212 211 Name of Team I Budwelser - llannasch Motors Noekels Clothiers i Carroll Men. and Welding ; Missouri Valley Men. Co. Brown Derby i Kramers Shoe Shop Farner and Bocken Breda Srhlltzers Robin Hood Flour- Spoilers TV Huffman Ambulance TKAM LKAIIKHS— Team High Three Games Budwelser Kramers Shoe Shop ... • Noekels Clothiers Team High Single Game: Budwelser Farner ami Bocken Kramers Shoe Shop INDIVIDUAL I.KADKHS— Individual High Three Games Jim Wilt - • Dr. Morrison -- Kddie Iloehl Individual High Single Game; Frank Noekels Lew Vovles Karl llamers Points 10 .... 9 9 ..... 8 ..... 7 5 5 5 .... 3 3 3 ... 2 2liS0 2li()3 : 9fi5 940 929, Name of Team Carroll Bowl Als Corner Auburn Lockers Bachman anil Teague Drewrys Beer .. Corner Inn - Schmidts Beer Paulines Cafe . TKAM I.KADKKS— Team High Three Games: Bachman and Teague Auburn Lockers - Als Corner • .... Team High Single Game: Bachman and Teague Auburn Lockers Als Corner INDIVIDUAL I.KADKHS— Individual High Three Games: Points 8 8 8 8 .... 7 5 ... I) .... U 2721 2597 .. 2555 934 912 873 From the Land of Sky Blue Waters Distributed by Farner-Bocken Co. «02 (il Ml 588 24(5 22(5 Tim merman I.a miners Otto 555 535 517 TAKE TIME OUT MM fora or Enjoy Smooth-Tax Ice Cream your Favorite Way LANGE'S Doiry Products Phon» 2221 Carroll Creamery Co. Pepsi-Cola 'Refreshes without filling Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. Carroll, Iowa KINGS AND QUEENS LEAGUE — FRIDAY ; In.liv Idual niuh single Game , I.. Timmerman . it. oiio ; -- ..,„, •D. McCnuley ~ ™ZI1 188 20 1 2oo Bowl Your Best . . . . . then Buy for Less at Complete TV RADIO ANTENNA SERVICE Dealer for Sylvania, Motorola & RCA and Zenith TV's Phone 9363 ELMER FRIEDMAN, Owner scamper down the west sidelines Passes Attempted for the winners initial score. Passes Completed Twice in Fourth Passes Intercepted Ry The second play of the fourth Yards Gained Passing period saw the culmination of the ; Total Yards Gained second Dowling drive to paydirt. i \ ds. Gained K. and P The Maroons opened the march on j Punts tne Dowling 415. A 15-yard penalty, i Punt Average ! one of the five picked up by the | Punts Blocked By Knights, put the ball on the 31. | Fumbles Dave Keller picked up five and Fumbles Lost Bernic Howerter nailed Chuck Penalties Tiano on an 18-yard pass play, j Yds. Lost Penalties Another five-yard penalty and Score By Quarters: Keller's drive over the right side Kt'EMPF.R of the line gave the Maroons a ' DOWLING 0 0 6 13-20 12-0 lead. The point after touch- 1 KUEMPER. ENDS: Goetzinncr. down was good a> Mahoney faked : Henkenius. TACKLES: Brow n a placement and threw to Tom champion. Eich, Irlbeck, Clev? Thomsen in the end zone. . ) an d. GUARDS: J. Schleisman. ! The final TD by the victors Collison, Buddin. Bock. CENTER: came with 27 seconds to go. Dowl- i T. Schleisman. BACKS: Gehlins, inrt covered 60 yards in seven Macke. Gute. Wenck. F. Dolezal. pays with a bi^ chunk of yardage Bromcrt. coming with the Knights were pe- j DOWLING. ENDS: BHtrame. nahzed 30 yards on one play. Fif- Dunn, Klidzejs. Thomsen, Muzzio. teen of the yards came from TACKLES: Pierce, Talenco. Ilar, roughing the passer and another, kin> DcCarlo. Dubes. Poindexler. 115 for interferring with the receiv- j GUARDS: Acri. Proctor, Tovrea. er Wilkenson made his second i Thomson. CENTERS: Faber. Mur- ; venture into the end zone when he p i, y , Toma. BACKS: Keller, Tiano caught a 25-yard pass from How- - - erter. Mahoney repeated his tactics for the extra point, this time throwing to Alex Klidzejs. : The Knights carried the battle £ X i TO GetS 18 th to Dowling in the tust half. Dowl-1 ing gained 40 yards on the ground i Cf r _j n U 4. xA/jk -N n c during the first two quarters and;*-' 1 '^'y 111 will UO lost the same amount. The Ma- : ^__ n cc n roons did complete three of three i ^OOll DOWS, JJ"U passes the latter two coming within one yard of the double stripe' C00N KAPIDS - Exna's de- as the half ended. i feildill g Valley Contereiue i Contained oil Ground I Raiders stretched their winning I Dowling's rugged line, w h i c h stl * 0i,k t0 IU - longest m the stale outweighed the knights in the vi- • class 11 ranks - vviUl a lopsided cinity of 24 pounds per man, e f. j 55-0 triumph over Coon Hapids here fectivcly curtailed any aspirations i Friday night. Kuemper had on the ground. An-| Giftod Je "'>' Payne scored three chored by their fine tackles. Er- 1 touchdowns. Harold Lauridsen acme Talcrico and Mike Pierce, the counted for a pair. Kent Poulson Red and Gold could pick up only . ,aUied tuo more alld Joll » Gault 13 yards and lost 12 tor a net of; 5 *' 01 ' 1 ^ one for the Audubon coiin- six for the evening. The Knights | ^ c, »b- managed to complete two pusses I hard driving Payne also actor 46 yards for their only first counted for six extra points on downs of the game. The latter one ; plunges through the line, to Steve Macke was complete on I Coach Howard Justice used re- the Dowling 19 after the Knights serves liberally in the second half had recovered a fumble on the and twice Coon Rapids got to Ex- fowling 48. This was Kucmper's'. ira's 20 yard line against the sec!<Tily drive and died on the Ma- °» d and third stringers but could- I roon 13. i n't negotiate the final distance to 1 Coach Frank Sovich signalled; paydirt^ _ _ _ _ out the Knight defense as showing! great improvement. Jim Goetzing- %j C«.^«. L~ m : or. Vern Henkenius. Larry Brown "OtlSOn JTOrS TOT i and Dale Wenck. went all the way C rt< - : n 3ft 1 ") I nee (for the Knights with several oth- aOC m 30 ''* uoss ; er Knights being relieved for LEMARS - The Sac City Indians short periods. Tom Champion and: we re no match for LeMars here the Schleismans. Tom and .Inek i tr_:j-.. -•-<• the Schleismans, Tom and Jack received praise with Tom, in addi tion to a solid defensive game performed the center duties flaw iessly in spite of the poor condition of the field. I-nday night as the host team rolled to a 38-12 triumph. The victors scored twice in the first period, once in the second, and then added three more touchdowns in the third quarter v...,.., a in mi- mini quailCT. The Knights will play their fir:;t Gary Hanson scored for the Inhume game of the year next Sat- 1 dians on a 20 yard dash in the urday night when they entertain second period. He tallied again for the Manning Bulldogs in an 8:30 the visitors in the third period when contest. First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Lost Rushing Net Yards Rushing he ran a punt back 70 yards K D 1 2 10 1 Never brag to your relatives that IK 93 you've worked yourself up to fi- 12 43 1 nancial security, if you want it to 6 50 las'. Niinw of Ti'iun Murtliins Atom* - — |-.\l>liii'crs Um-kels . .... Siillolltes -« Siiaccrs — TKAM I.KAUI'.HS— TCMMI HIKII 'l'hici' Curies: Mai I luiis Alums V % Alums K\pincers HIMUCIS ;plniers Ti'iim II iKh NiiiKle ii a nil.': (lillth ... 4 ... 3 ... n . 3 ... 1 ... O .. 17Kii 17111 17-Ki filT •vjo (ill) INDIVIDUAL I.KADKHS— Individual High Three Games: t.urrv Mulcrt -•• «i« l'.d floeslng — got) Willi Mcln - - — 80-1 W< mien-- l.nls liunKPC •- 'I.™ Heine Auen 42^ Individual IHKII Single (Jjiiiie: Men — l.nrrv Mulert 22<> l.arr'y Milled - Women Heine Alien - I s '' Aripne Huffman . — 170 IT'S HERE! The ORIGINAL Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer LIC Distributing, Lidderdale, Iowa Where There 'i Life There 'i BUD Enjoy BUDWEISER King of Beers IKE AUEN DIST. CO. Carroll, low* I I I S M I I I I I HANNASCH MOTOR CO. 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