Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 19, 1976 · Page 10
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lowans to Promote Meat in Detroit Published by the Students of Kuemper High School Vol. 23 Carroll, Iowa, Daily Times Herald, March 19, 1976 No. 25 Kuemper Knights - 'All the Way!' By Jim Waters First it was "On to State" and now its "Kuemper all the Way" that you hear around the halls of Kuemper as the Knights slipped past Cedar Rapids Washington 57-53 Wednesday night in Class AAA competition at Des Moines Veterans' Auditorium. But before the Knights can go "all the way" they have to meet the Number One rated Ames High Cyclones who defeated Bettendorf 66-56 in their first round game. "Ames has got to be the favorite," remarked Kuemper head basketball Coach Wayne Chandlee, "but I've seen them play and they 're not untouchable." The Knights will meet the Cyclones at 3:15 this afternoon and if they go "all the way" they'll play at 8:00 p.m. Saturday in the finals. "To quote an old saying," concluded Chandlee, "where there's a will there's a way.'' -Staff I'hoto JUNIOR DAVE Bruner battles for a jump during the opening of State Tournament game. 'Senior-itus' Hits Class of 1976 —Staff Photo SENIOR KEVIN Tessmer holds off Washington pressure with ease. Forty-three, forty-two, forty-one . . . Countdown has begun for those last anxious days of the school year. And while some have been struck with spring fever, awaiting the carefree days of summer, it seems quite evident that the first floor, south wing, has definitely come down with a Question of the Week Alcohol at 18 or "What do you think of changing the drinking age from 18 to 19?" This week the Charger staff asked respective students their opinion on this controversial matter. The following seniors and juniors expressed their opinion. Sr. Maria Eischeid: "I think it's a good idea but I think it's too bad it affects us." Sr. Jane Schrad: "I don't think they should be able to take the privileges away from the ones that are already 18." Jr. Becky Wieland: "I don't think it's right because why did they change it to 18 in the first place?" Sr. Betsy Rupiper: "It's not fair to the people that turn 18 after July 1 because you look forward to being 18 for a long time and then there's nothing to look forward to." Jr. Cathy Heinrichs: "I think it's good because half the people that are 18 are still in school." Mrs. Guv: "It's a good idea because with the drinking age at 18, too many of the.younger high school students have an easy access to alcohol. Also, it puts pressure on thelB- year-old seniors to buy alcohol and lend their I.D.'s to their younger classmates." Sr. Brad Knott: "I don't think it should be raised because the government shouldn't be able to take away the rights already given" to us." Sr. Roxanne Sporrer: "I think it's all right as long as they pass it in such a way so that I can still drink!" Sr. Steve Windschitl: "If they're old enough to take responsibility and fight in wars, they should be able to drink whiskey. If they do change it, it should include the grandfather clause." Sr. Jayne Staley: "I think it's a good idea. The legislature's right, a lot of kids are still in high school and besides, if liquor is really that important to them, it's easy MIKE CAWLEY and Jean Gronstal practice their lines for their upcoming Oklahoma performances. Behind the Scenes of Oklahoma By Maureen Nurse Oklahoma, Kuemper's spring musical is underway and rehearsals have begun. There are a lot of "behind the scenes" people who are very important and are working hard to make the play a success. There are student directors, Jean Gronstal and Julie Schneider. People working on the set design are Mary Jo Baumhover, Jeff Baldus, Margie Schapman, and all the art students. Business managers and program designers are Jean O'Leary (chairman), Anne Frank, and Sharon Schreck, Working on lighting are John Loew, Randy Starman, Ray Reuter, Jim Fay, and Mark Beiter. Taking care of the publicity for Oklahoma are Maureen Nurse and Jayne Staley. All make-up will be done by the drama students. Oklahoma's production staff consists of sound, Mr. Ted Kroegh; lighting, Mr. James Strautman; set, Mr. Dean Kollasch and Mr. Francis Baldus; ushers, Mr. Lou Galetich; business manager, Sr. Mildred Tigges; and choreographer, JoanNagl. ' f ickets.go on sale the week of March 22. All seats on the main floor are reserved. The price for adults is $2.00, high school students, $1.50, and grade school, $1.00. There will be an 8:00 performance on April 9 and 10 and a 2:00 and 8:00 performance, on Sunday, April 11. Everyone is welcome to come so get your tickets now. 19? enough for them to get it anyway even if they do change the law. I think that changing it would be a lot better for everyone in the long run." Sr. Deb Berg: "If they're going to change it, they should require that everybody be 19 in order to drink, instead of having the ones that are 18 by. a certain date being able to drink. It's not fair to the people who just missed the date." Jr. Steve Comstock: "I don't think it should be done because everybody will still drink anyway. Changing it won't make a difference." Jr. Sandy Schmitz: "I think it's a very logical idea because it would eliminate part of the drinking problem on the high school level." Letter to the Editors To the Editors, In four years at Kuemper there have been many athletic contests with the Kuemper student body showing varying degrees of school spirit and good sportsmanship. The Knights' recent trip to Des Moines and the State Tournament has sparked a school spirit and an attitude of good sportsmanship unlike any we have seen in four years of Kuemper. We feel that the student body can be very proud of this. And in closing it is only fair that with school spirit like this we go "all the way."— Jim Busche, Jim Knight, Dean Wittry, Craig Schroeder. Jim Waters Staff \ By Paul Holley I Iowa Dally Preii Auoclallonl DES MOINES — Detroit shoppers next week will not only see the butcher at the meat counter but also the Iowa meat producer. The producers will be in Detroit as part of the Fine Iowa Meats promotion — a cooperative effort between the Iowa Beef Council, the Iowa Pork Producers, Swift & Co. and Farmer Jack food store. "The basic underlying tone of Fine Iowa Meats is quality," said Doug Snyder, assistant director of the Iowa development commission's agricultural development and promotion division. Snyder said Swift expects to sell a million pounds of beef and pork through 85 Detroit area supermarkets during the three-day promotion. The promotion, coordinated by the development commission, has proven to be a big success in most places it has appeared during the last four years, Snyder said. Fine bad case of Senior-itus. The third quarter ends the week of March 22, and seniors are finding themselves taking their last steps through "those old high school days." Before long, that green sweater will be hung up for the last time; there'll be no more mashed potatoes on Tuesdays; no more trips to 207; no more green library passes; and no more quick "hellos" between classes. The time has come "for closing books and long last looks." Senior-itus is clearly reflected in those frequent giggles from behind locker doors, in sly smiles due to some mischievous deed never before attempted in the history of Kuemper High School, and maybe even in A touch of sentimental value. Hoot XI Acts Auditioned On March 15, at 7:30 p.m., 22 acts of singing, dancing, skits of satire .and comedy were judged for the Hoot XI to be held on Sunday, March 26. The acts were judged by three faculty members and two KSMC members. Father Thomas Topf, Kuemper Spiritual Director and head of the KSMC, commented. "From the applications the acts will be especially interesting and entertaining this year."" He summed up this year's Hoot saying, "I think the Hoot will be better than ever." Co-Editors: Lori Beckman, Dave Donovan Reporters: Jim Waters, Sheila Heisterkamp, Kris Daeges, Maureen Nurse, Annette Eischeid, Joyce Harman Photographers: Mary Jo Baumhover, Tony. Martin Cartoonist: Jeff Baldus Advisor: Mr. Robert Galligan Iowa Meats is aimed at large metropolitan areas outside the Midwest. "We did some research on the coasts," Snyder said, "and found that Iowa is identified with quality meats like Idaho is identified with potatoes." For that reason, the meats are not usually specially priced during the promotion. The producers are on hand to answer consumers' questions which, according to Snyder, deal with meat quality and preparation rather than price. About 10 producers and their wives are expected to make next week's trip at their own expense. On the trip they will meet with representatives of the retail stores and the packing house at a dinner and the consumers at the food stores. "The promotion is a real educational process for everyone involved," said Snyder. "The producer gets to find out how effective merchandising can be while the packer and retailer are in Tlmei Herald, Carrel), la. Friday, March 19, 1976 10 a position to move products in a highly competitive market." "The best thing about Fine Iowa Meats is that it's an inexpensive, unique promotion that works.'' Two more Fine Iowa Meats promotions are set for stores in Portland, Ore. and Houston, Tex. later this spring and several others are in the talking stages, according to Snyder. Presently about.six promotions are conducted each year on a seasonal basis because of the availability of producers. Bowling Results NITEKAPPERS LEAGUE Weldner Service 82 • Carroll Roofing Co., Inc 7B Kanne Mobil 71 Hicks Well Co 69>/j Renze Hybrids 67 H R Cleaners , 59 Case Power & Equipment 55 Heisterkamp Furn.-Glldden —52 Haps Tavern 4Wi Templeton Ernies 43 Whaley Chevrolet 42 Wandel Studio 40 Seldl Electric 39 Templeton Co-op 10 High Ind. Single Game— Darrell Mueggenberg 208 Ray Relfl 192 Floyd Johnson 192 Pat Shearon 192 Pat Shearon 190 High Ind. Three Games- Pat Shearon 549 Cecil Hupp 544 Ed HelsterKamp 544 GlbGordln 531 High Team Single Game- Haps Tavern »29 Hicks Well Co 915 Renze Hybrids 914 High Team Three Games— Weldner Service 2651 Carroll Roofing Co., Inc 2609 Renze Hybrids 2*08 Don'the ffuelish. 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