Hutchinson News Friday, Oct. 1, 1971 Page 5A Marching Machine To Dodge Festival Who Will Reign? BUHLER HIGH School's 1971 football homecoming queen candidates arc, from left, Debbie Clark, Charlotte Ediger, Charlotte Herrington, Jan Archer and Diane Pauls. One of the girls will be crowned queen at the Buhler-Inman football game tonight. By SONDRA RANKIN Ashland High School ASHLAND - Ashland's Senior High Marching Blue Jays are scheduled to perform in their first contest of the year Saturday afternoon during t h e annual Boothill Marching Band Festival in Dodge City. Members of the guidon corp will appear for the first tune in their new uniforms made by Mrs. Don German of Ashland. The outfit consists of a blue satin blouse accentuted with one white sleeve, a black skirt and a white satin sash, white patent boots, white gloves, and a blue beret. In giving the guid- on corps their own outfits, enough regulation uniforms were made available for the horn and percussion line which had grown in number since last year. At Buhler High Five Vying for Title Homecoming Queen By LAURA DEVENA and VAL SHUMWAY Buhler High School BUHLER -Buhler High School will crown its 1971 football homecoming queen tonight to kick - off the Buhler- Inman gams. Queen candidates are Jan Archer, Debbie Clark, Charlotte Ediger, Charlotte Herrington and Diane Pauls. Jan Archer Putting herself in the coaches position for tonight's game, Jan Archer advises her team to "do the best they can and to think positive!" Jan is a member of Girls' Glee, Spanish Club, Pep Club and has been a varsity cheerleader for three years. "Taking each day as it comes and enjoying all you can of it," is how she explains her definition of life. Her future plans are to go to Juco then continue on to major in Spanish. She will be escorted by Leon Seifert. Debbie Clark Debbie Clark's definition of life is that a person has only one life to live so she advises people to be happy and do what they really want to do while they're young so they can enjoy it more. Debbie's future plan includes joining the Peace Corps then she plans to attend college. If she were the coach tonight, Debbie would tell her players to "go out on the field and play a good game of football!" Debbie is a member of International Club, Girls' Glee anc FHA. Glen Smith will be Debbie's escort. Charlotte Ediger From being in Pep Club anc being heard varsity cheerleader Charlotte Ediger holds enough spirit that if she were the coach she would tell her team to "beat that team bad!" Char lotte is also a member of FHA International Club and Girls Glee. Going to Juco or K - State anc possibly majoring in home economics are Charlotte's fu ture plans. Her escort is Steve Burkholder. Charlotte Hcrriugton If Charlotte Herrington wer coach for tonight, she would] ell her players to '"go out nd do their best!" She is an ctive member of FHA, Girls' Glee and International Club. Charlotte's future plans in- lude going to Hutch Juco and hen continuing her education y majoring in Math or Physical Education. Her escort s Randy Rempel. Diane Pauls "To make everything you do enjoyable and to have fun every lay because one will never live day over," is how Diane 'auls explains her definition of ife. Diane also adds, "Life is vhat a person himself makes t." If Diane were the coach, she vould tell her team to "get tough' in there and play together as a team and concen- ;rate and think football!" Diane, an active member In Pep Club is the vice - president. Also she is a member of THA, International Club and Girls' Glea. Diane will be escorted by Mike McCoy. A new addition to homecom- activities this year is the display of wagon - sized floats made by each club and organization of BHS. The floats will t>e presented at an assembly today, and will be judged by queen candidates.for a prize of of $5.00. The floats will provide the decorations for the Homecoming Dance to be in the auditorium from 10 to 12 p.m. "Snow," a group from Topeka will provide the music for the dance. YOM Can Help The Young Kansas issue relies on contributions for news of area schools. Any news events from schools in Southwest Kansas will be accepted gratefully. Students, teachers and parents are invited to send news to the Young Kansas in care of The Hutchinsou News. Record Raps To-Yo' Sliding on the Chart By ED KLIMEK The fastest chart gainers in Hutchinson are "Yo - Yo" by ;he Osmonds and "Maggie May" by Rod Stewart. "Yo-Yo" makes the second record for the Osmonds on the chart this week. Donny Osmond's "Go Away Little Girl" is placed at number six. Rod Stewart's album "Every Picture Tells a Story" which includes "Maggie May" is one of the top selling L.P's in Hutchinson. Golden hits being played in Hutchinson include: ten years ago - "Big Bad John". . . "Hit the Road Jack"; five years ago: "Last Train to Clarksville" ... "Walk Away Renee"; and one year ago: "We've Only Just Begun" . . . "I'll Be There." This week's top ten songs are: 1. "Smiling Faces Sometimes" — Undisputed Truth 2. "Rain Dance" — Guess Who 3. "Uncle Albert" - Paul and Linda 4. "Superstar" — Carpenters 5. "Maggie May" — Rod Stewart 6. "Night They Drove Dixie Down" — Joan Baez. 7. "Some of Shelly's Blues" — Dirt Band 8. "Story in Your Eyes"— Moody Blues 9. "Go Away Little Girl" Donnic Osmond 10. "Color My World"-Chicago. Instrumental director Craig Harms said, "This Year's Marching Blue Jays have been working exclusively on the new contest performance which incorporates the most beautiful music from the rock opera 'Jesus Christ, Superstar' with marching and maneuvering more difficult than ever before attempted by the Ashland Marching Blue Jays." Under the direction of drum major Janeice Watson, the 61 band members, 12 guidons, and six twirlers, including Robin Nester, Norma Cunningham, Melanie Hensley, Glenda Robinson, Martina Brown, Geene Proctor, and Gwen Krier, will perform a field performance before an audience and a panel of adjudicators for commments and a rating. Members of the guidon corps are Linda Noland, Sondra Rankin, Karla Breit, Renee Duvall, Vicki Milligan, Mary Lee Haydock, Susan McQuade, Nyla Smith, Kris Breit, Pam Butler, Cynthia Seabourn, Sara Seacat, Susan Seacat, and Terrie Tuttle. Marching festivals such as this one are designed to give bands an opportunity to be judged as a marching unit, and to prepare them for other marching performances. Parents' Day * At Lindsborg On Saturday A bright note on the local music scene. . . "Kansas," a rock group hailing from Manhattan, will perform from 8 t,o 11 p.m. at Convention Hall. "Kansas" is hard rock at its hardest. The group best illustrates then' mastery of musical artistry in the simply titled song "Space Poem." One flies, floats, soars, slowly, swiftly as one encounters danger, crescendo, peace, and anticipation. . . HUTCHINSON HIGH School's chapter of Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, VICA, elected officers recently. They are, from left, Sharon Reser, 34 Meadowlark, parliamentarian; Vicky Lutz, 227 West B, historian; Danny Salas, 223 Park, president; Charlie (Carlos) Zizumho, 1514 Landon, vice president; Joyce Harder, 308 East 12th, treasurer; and Sherry Youngberg, 1115 West 17th, secretary. Not pictured is club reporter Emery Macgirvin, 621 West 23rd. This year VICA'g emphasis will T>e on safety. LINDSBORG - Parents' Day is scheduled at Bethany College for tliis Saturday, beginning at 1 p.m. in Pihlblad Memorial Union and concluding with a coffee hour after the evening football game. The Bethany College Parents' Association is headed by Mr. and Mrs. Leon Schupbach of Lincoln, Neb., as president and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Brunk of McPherson, as vice presidents. Terms for their offices expire, and a nominating committee has submitted the names of Mr. and Mrs, Sherman Olson, Leawood, for co- presidents, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tuley, Republic, for vice presidents. Faculty and staff will be on hand to greet the visiting parents from about 1 until 2:45 p.m.' in the foyer of the union. In addition to faculty visits, the afternoon will include guided tours of the campus. At 5:30 p.m. a banquet and the third annual business meeting will include a progress report on parents' projects . and remarks by Dr. Arvin Hahn, president of the college. Parents in attendance will be guests of the college for the football game between Bethany and Sterling College, which kicks off at 7:30 p.m. Half-time entertainment will be provided by the Silver Sabres Drum and Bugle Corps of Salina. A post-game coffee hour honoring parents and their sons or daughters is scheduled for 9:30 p.m: in the .union. , .
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