The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 8, 1971 · Page 66
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 66

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Friday, October 8, 1971
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Parents Satur At Sterling STERLING — Parents' Day at Sterling College will be., on Saturday, Oct. 9; beginning, with registration in the Student Union at 9:30- a.m. and* concludr ing with the football game at 7:30 p.m. Parents may register in the Student Union from 9-30 to 11:30 a.m. During this time there will be guided tours of the campus buildings starting at the Union. From 9:30: to 11 a.m. there will be informal receptions in the residence halls, and at 11 and 11:30 a.m. guided bus tours of the community. The noon lunch will be served from 11:45 to 12:45 p.m. in the cafeteria. William McCreery, president of the college, and Joe Strandberg, academic dean, will greet parents at a convocation in Spencer Hall at 1:30 p.m. Participating students will provide entertainment. A parent-faculty reception in the west dining room of the Student Union is another highlight of. the day from 2:4t to 4:15 p.m. Dinner in the cafeteria is at 5:30 p.m. At 7:30 parents and their children are guests of Sterling College for the football game between the Sterling Warriors and the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes from Salina. The Sterling Col, Jege Band will present a half- i time show. Select New [Dragonaires Sixteen Hutchinson Communl- College students have been osen as members of the ragonaires, the school's select loral group; Members are: Diana Campbell, St. John; Cathy Krehbiel, Pretty Prairie; in Haflich, Sabetha; Donna ering, Moundridge; Sharon ffeidrich, Beloit; Janice Met- 'alf, Ulysses; Gary Graber, ribune. i Mark Geffert, Haven; Robert finks, Stafford; Kent Holcomb, |Ievna; Michael Brown, Turon; Moore, Kirk Woodard, bffrey Love, Royce Flickinger, David Rhoads, Hutchinson. FRESHMAN- home economics students are instructed in the use of microfilm viewer by librarian, Mrs. Elva George at Chaparral High School, between Anthony and Harper. Name Commended Merit Students The names of 35,000 high school students, including several from Hutchinson and Hutchinson area, have earned letters of commendation in National Merit Scholarship Tests.. .„... They- constitute two per cent of the nation's 1972 graduating class and rank just below 15,000 semi-finalists, announced earlier by National Merit Names of the commended students will be furnished* to colleges,, but the students will not be fat the- running for National Merit Scholarships. Letters of commendation were received by these Hutchinson At Chaparral New Equipment For Library • ': - ' '' •• •/ By RICHARD BISHOP Chaparral High School ANTHONY-HARPER — As the library of Chaparral High School expands during its second year, several machines have been added for the students and faculties use; Some of the new equipment includes cassette recorders, filmstrip viewers and microfilm readers. The cassette players were added as the library is ordering* more on cassettes than on records as cassettes will last longer and store easier. This year filmstrips will be checked out to the students and viewers are available in the library study area. Filmstrips will be identified in the card catalog by a red stripe across the upper part of the card. The microfilm readers were here last year,, but several new rolls of microfilm have been purchased for the school year. A. photocopier has been added to save students from taking notes. Instead, a student is allowed to run off one page of class material free on the copier. Buy now at Pre-Tbriff prices. Layoujay for Christmas. Zoles finniversor y Spectacular Up-to-the-minute values in 17-jeujd watches on fashionable chains your choice Start a chain reaction by being first with the newest look in pendant watches. 1 Herearejust2of many styles from which to choose. Luckylish • dangle. My, how youVc changed Uy»w»ynowtorChi:ls(ni»«,Or,cliM|«fc FrttSmlleBullonwhtnyouoEtniZakl: .Ov Cu»tonCh«t«orZjJ«IUv 0 lvlnj.Chu»«. (vj; Zale'a Jewelers, IS. Adams, Hutchinson Plan. Any additional pages or non- class materials, will cost the student the nominal fee of five cents a page. Teachers are not allowed to run off tests on the copier due to the high cost to the school district in maintaining the copier. THE CHAPARRAL Paisano yearbook signing party was held after the Valley Center football game recently. Although most of the participants were soaked as the game was played during driving rain and 4ft degree temperatures, the party was a great success. Most of the student body and teachers showed' up to receive their yearbooks and to sign their friends' book. The party was well organized with little or no confusion being evident. This Is the first year the Paisano has been published since the old Harper High and Anthony High combined to form Chaparral. This yearbook won awards for layout designs from the High Plains Yearbook Institute at Fort Hays State College in the division for class 4-A schools. Page 7A The Hutchinson News Friday, Oct. 8,; 1971 Youths 'I GREAT BEND - Seventy-fivei Barton County Community College students are participating in a program titled "I Care" which matches a college student with a young child of the community. Susan Walls, Great Bend sophomore, is chairman of the program. John Heimer, professor of sociology at the college, is guiding the program. Heimer explained the "I Care" program as a type of Big Brother program where. as a junior college student is paired with a child in the community between the ages of 8 and 18 and spends from one to six hours per week with that child doing a variety of things. f •; "We hope to provide the child with a positive and meaningful relationship with someone outside of his own family," Heimer said. "And also give our stndents experience with children." . College students assisting in the program are, for the^ most part, .students in sociology and psychology classes at the college. The program is patterned after a similar program started: through the Garden City Community College by Mrs; Joyce Boone, instructor of sociology at Garden City; Children! are selected for the program through referral from the Juvenile Court, the County Welfare Department, schools, and other county agencies. Heimer particularly emphasized the contributions to the program of Juvenile Court Judge William J. Laughlih and G, 0. Robinson, president of the college. i A kic'koff party for the college's students and; the children was held at the Recreation; Center here; High School students: Carolyn Auslander, 512 East 14th; Stevt Brumbaugh, 3009 Cornell; Kathy Caldwell, 1 Eastwood; Mike Pu> ger, 10 East 30th; William Git. chell, 504 West 23rd; Jay Hinkel, 43 Circle Drive; Kristy MyerSi 25 West 8th; and Michael Openshaw, 4 Countryside. Commended students from other areas are: Buhler High School, Tom A. Gibson, 925 Cessna; Linday K. Neufeld and Bruce D. Regier, Buhler; Nickerson High School, Laura Cunningham, 14 Datrodt D r i v «, South Hutchinson,; Newton High School, Greg Howard, Bruce Vogt, Joan Wenger. The semi-finalists announced earlier are: George Novcross, 116 East 6th, Hutchinson High School; G. Bruce Hancks, Bazine; Jean MV Ingersoll, Claflin; Douglas 0. Mills, Coldwater; Neil Li Depew, Garden City; Thomas H. Ctnizon, Richard L. Huslig, Mark A. Staples, Great Bend; Brian; K. Etter, Martha G. Livers, Hays; Gregory M. Karst, Kenneth A. Schwartz^ Mark A. Tarlton, Hoisington; Deborah K. Mehl, Holyrood; Steven J. Rupp, Lakin; Chris* topher Yarnell, Liberal; Kim A. Hodgson, Little River; Gary L. Norton, Minrieola; .Wynn M. Gbering, Moundridge; Bradley J. Krehbiel, Jonathan J. Rich, David E. Shelly, Allan W. Un- rub, Newton;. Ronald J. Karliir, Nickerson; C.-J. Martin, Ulysses: ByEDSTUCKY Hutchinson High School The American Yearbook Company held its annual yearbook conference and: workshop for this; area in the Hutchinson High School auditorium last Tuesday. i. Attending, the conference were over 200 yearbook staff mem hers representing S h a r o n, Kiowa, Halstead, Sedgwick, Haven, Haviland, Moundridge, Andale, Cheney, Pratt,, Hesston, El Dorado, Canton, Newton, Hutchinson, Andover, Medicine Lodge and: Little River high schools: Along, with; this group were yearbook advisors and the staff of the Hutchinson Community College yearbook. Conducting th»e conference were two representatives from the Topeka branch of the yearbook company, who explained the various fundamentals of yearbook planning and production to the students. Using this information, the youths were asked to solve several hypothetical: yearbook layout problems, the final of which was collected- for future graoV |ing: Those students receiving •the highest' grades- on this prob- ilemA will be awarded special certificates by the yearbook company.: ' v ; Displayed 1 at the meeting were recent yearbooks of high schools from across the nation, giving staff members a variety of new ideas to take home and incorpo* rate in their own respective publications. STERLING CHEERLEADERS-Members of this head cheerleader; Sue Harrison, sophomore; Dian* year's varsity cheerleading squad it Sterling High Ludwick, Junior; Melissa Bourgaln. sophomore; and SehMl are, from left, Debfcy FouaWn, Jnnfer a* DeH StevcM, fntor.

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