Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 24, 1973 · Page 18
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18 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Tues., April 24,1973 Mike Elderidge and Charlene Schafer crowned Eaton High king and queen By CHARLENE ADKISSON Eaton High School Highlighting EHS's Junior- Senior Prom was the crowning of Mike Eldridge and Charlene Schafer as king and queen Saturday. The evening's festivities began with a banquet held at the UNC Student Center's Panorama Lounge. Bob Pfenning, an EHS junior, served as master of ceremonies. Entertainment was provided by the junior girls who sang several selections including "Come -Saturday Morning" and an original composition entitled, "Sunken Seniors" Senior memories were also recalled. Following the banquet, the dance was held in the UNC Student Center ballroom. The theme, "Color My World," was carried out using the Seniors' colors, which are the colors of the rainbow. Music was provided by Alpha Centaurus. Student Council Nominations Nomination speech for next year's Student Council officers were given Friday. Nominated for president were Elaine Bates, Ron Buxman, and Bob Pfenning. Anne Miller and Earl Kuchs are seeking the office of vice president. Nominees for secretary are Kenee Bucklen and Carol Barsch. Lori Hoffner and Dick Foose will be running for Student Council treasurer. The candidates will be campaigning during the week of April 23-27. Campaigning will come to a close on Friday when the candidates and their campaign managers will deliver speeches before the student body. Elections will be held directly after the speeches. Cheerleader Iryouts will also be held that -Friday. The student body will select six Heath Junior High lists third quarter roll 275 varsity -cheerleaders and six junior varsity cheerleaders. Howard Fuchs Receives Scholarship Howard Fuchs, an EHS senior, was one of the forty high school seniors who recently received a Boettcher Scholarship. Among Howard's many high school activities are Student Council president, National Honor Society treasurer, E Club, German Club secretary, and captain of the swim team. Howard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fuchs of Eaton. Senior News Seniors received their graduation announcements today. The announcements which were designed by the Heriff Jones Co. were ordered last November. Seniors will, gather at the Eaton Park on Friday, April 27 for a class picnic. The picnic will take the place of the Senior sneak whicli has been held in previous years. DE conference Heath Junior High officials announced 257 students were named lo the school's honor roll for the third quarlcr. Seventh grade students receiving all A's were Kelly Anderson, Marianne Bowers, Dane Brandt, Jane Cooper, Karen Holland, Michael Hubbard, Paula Kropf, Karla Markus, Dawn Murphy, Debra Nelson, Christina Peterson, Jeanetle Reighter, Joyce Satur, Mark Schultz, Donna Slither 1 land, Teresa Tomasi, and Miquel. Vazquez. Seventh grade students named to the roll included Richard A l l n u t t , Bradley Amen, Kathleen Anderson, Mary Archuleta, Rene Bassetl. David Bicnz, Lauren Brand, David Callender, Tracy Church, Judy Cicloha, Nita Cnhea, Daniel Doncreay, William Coy, Clinton Culiey, Jr., Dawn Dean, Rnxanne Dixon, John Dunn and Stacy Emmert. More seventh graders on the roll included I^aura Ewald, Guyberta Falk, Brenda Fester, Thomas Garland, Jacqueline Gentle, Hegina Gerk, Lynne Goetzel, Keli Hansen, Robert Harr, Janelie Holloway, Jeffrey Hubbard, Sharon Hypes, Colette Irvine, Stephen Jamieson, Diana Lynn, Beth Kelley, Sarah Kemme, Gail Ketchum, Steven Klady, Sophia Kogianes, and Gwen Leinweber. Other seventh graders honored were Karen Majors, Roger Meyers, Randall Mizuno, Scott Moellmer, Roma Muller, Julianne Murphy, Rebecca Murphy, Laura Neece, Dianne Oliver, Linda Pelzer, Connie Peterson, Gary Phelps, Leonard Rangel, Palricia Rember, Barbara Rlioads and Pamela Richan. Also included on the seventh grade honor roll were Vanora Savig, Steven Schwartz, Christopher Shaw, Merrie So Relle, Lisa Spradling, Kenneth Swarth, Linda Teglovic, Gail Thompson, Ronald Thompson, Terrell Torrez, James Tracy, Sylvia Vasquez, Edward Vigil, Bruce Waring, Sherrie Waterman, Debra Woods and Rebecca Woods. Aims enrollment figures up Preliminary Aims College in a 10-day report to the State registration figures for Spring Board for Community Colleges Quarter show significant in- and Occupational Education creases in student enrollments showalotalof2,858sludents. Of said Richard Wright, director this total, 1,729 were part-time of admissions and records. Colorado residents taking 12 or Enrollment figures presented less credit hours and 902 were full-time students taking 12 or more credit hours. College set Eighth graders receiving all A's for the third quarter were Jennifer Brigham, . Carol Carpenter, Carrie Cochrane, Shelly Crutchfield, David Davidson, Kerry Dikkers, Bridget Ecke, Alice Engel, Rick Foos, Jennifer Foulk, Ann Gossman, Julie Hancock, Diane Holland, Yvonne McCue, Carol Miller, Connie Schommer, Kari Seay, Kay Short, Karen Smith, Laura Slander, Nancy Synovec, Rosana Vazquez, and Kennan Vincent. Eighth grade students named to the honor roll included Debra Albert, Margaret Allhoff, Joe Antuna, Dana Aufspurger, Roberta Benson, Paula Boettcher,, Elaine Bornmeier, Janet Boyle, Deborah Campbell, Keunhee Chung, David Clithero, Christopher Cook, Leah Culshall, Lisa Dalhey, Dawne Dayton, Dawn Deacon, Tama Dean, Clifford Deffke, Shelly Drew, Debra Dyer, Kevin Kchkardt, Kerry Evenson and Bonnie Fickenscher. More eighth graders on the honor roll included Jennifer Fox, Thomas Gentry, Kathleen Harrington, Mary Harrison, Marjorie Hinojosa, Terri Hirsch, Richard Holloway, Gregory Holt, Alane Irwin, Matt Jensen, Cindy Jeppson, James Kelsey, Elizabeth Knee, Maridon Lch, Deborah Lewallen, Perry Lewis, Eric Lord, Thomas Lorenson, John McGralh and Mary Marion. Also named lo the roll from the eighth grade were Charles Mnnfort, Sheila Moser, Randall Lynn Scheller, Lulu Martinez, Linda Rickard and Shelby Gardner, of the West High School Distributive Education Club, were among those to attend Colorado Post-Secondary Distributive EducationMarketing-Management Seminar. Each Education page Jim Craig, editor of the students brought back with them a mass of instructional information and methods on how to use it. (Tribune photo by Jim Craig) Board meeting set Wednesday Discussion of the 1973-74 school calendar and of an annexation petition for the Bel Air site is slated for the meeling of the School District Six Board of Education Wednesday. Also included on the agenda for Wednesday's meeting is a discussion of vocational agriculture, a letter from Mrs. Diane Clinton of the Chappelow PTC, approval of financial statements and discussion of the Chicano Needs Assessment; 'The rate of enrollment Ihis , , ,, iviumuri, oiiuHH iviiiyer, nanaan . Judy Bowman, daughter of " uarter indicatl!s that Sprmg Murphy, Lori Mylander, Laura and Dr. and Mrs. Daniel II Quarler should be larger lhan Noe, Ranae Northrup, Lori Fall Quarter for the present Ninth grade students receiving all A's for the Ihird quarter included Edward Block, Michael Fieischmann,- George Goodrich, Julie Guinn, Gwen Hauck, Jene Kaes, Thomas Keirnes, Kristy Kogianes, Joan MacWherter, Cheryl Meek, Vivian Swart, Wade Webster, Carla Weil and Sue Welichko. Ninth grade students named to the honor roll included Sheila Apple, Tom Archuletta, Denise Augspurger, Bonnie Benson, Ricky Cecil, Barbara Cohea, Scott Crawford, Marrianne Dalbey, Mark Doughman, Robert Eaton, Susan Ewald, Alice Flores, Judy Glenn, Martha Gossman, Rodney Harr, Laura Harris, Tracey Henderson, Gregory Henkel and Connie Hoffman: More ninth graders named to the honor roll were Carla Kersbergen, Jennie Ketchum, Carol Koch, Kathy LaFollette, Rudy Madrid, Joan Majors, Susan Martin, Kelly Meakins, Harry Middlemas, Darlene Miller, Kaye Monfort, Susan Murphy, Charles Mylander, Carol Nelson, Gregg Nickell Overbeck. Art winners announced, on display through May 11 Bowman, Greeley, included in the has been cast of acat| emic year, Wright said. "Claimable FTE (full-time M c P h e r s o n C o l l e g e ' s production of "Dark of the equivalency) as of the tenth day Oliver, Robert Orosz, Glenn Proulx, Karen Putnam, Suzanna Radnoti, Debra Rapp, Scott Richards, Meredith Rilcy, Karen Rosen, Marlene Rosin, Moon " of Spring Quarter was 471, as Miss Bowman is a freshman opposed to 476 Winter Quarter." carol Schmidt, Tammy Schup- The traditional pattern of D ach, Debra Shaw, Tamara enrollment at Aims College in shutt, Cynthia Sorenson and the past has tended to follow the L 0 ri Slanton. pattern of Winter Quarter being the highest, followed by Fall, Spring and Summer. Wright said this condition has held true witii the exception of the school years 67-68 and 69-70. Winter Quarter figures for the same period showed Aims witli 941 full-time and 1,371 part- at the college in McPherson, Kan. Graduates May 12 Jim Gustafson, son of Mrs. Gene Wood, 1851 25th Ave., Greeley, will graduate from New Mexico Military Institute, Rnswell, N.M., on May 12. Gustafson will attend the University of Colorado next fall. Named lo Dean's List Two area students have been named lo the Dean's List at Adams State College, Alamosa, for the recently-completed winter quarter. Named were Erick Brown, a junior from Greeley who compiled a 3.81 average out of a possible 4.0 and Elizabeth Dority, who also compiled a 3.81 average. Roads Scholarships contest May 19 Students from Aims College and Greeley Central will be among students from around the stale trying for lop honors in the 1973 "Road Scholars" regional contest May 19 in Denver. The conlcsl, sponsored by the Chrysler Corporation, is designed to give auto mechanics students a chance lo use their skills competitively. In the conlcst, each school will enter a Iwo-man team which will try In find a series of Other eighth graders on the honor roll were Michael Tidquist, Eric Trainer, Timothy Triplelt, Cory Truitt, Phyllis Trzeciak, Nancy Vatl and Denise Wallace. Included on the ninth grade honor roll were Cynthia Pepin, Samuel Plunkett, Linda Rangel, Susan Raub, Fleta Rauh, William Reese, Clayton Richard, Marnee Rousar, Scott Koyer, Gundar Savig, Mark Schlager, Sherry Schupbach, Carolyn Sherrow, Lorraine Smith, Karyl Springer, Tamicia Stewart, Timothy Stone, Sally. Tackabury, Carol Wehde, Guy Wells, Pamela Wesley, Mary Willman, Jimmie Wolfrum and Christine Yates. Weld students to be honored time students. These figures were an equivalent of 476 FTE. Northeastern Junior College, Miss Leffler holds a college Wright said updated figures Sterling, will honor ten area would be available May 28, with students Wednesday at its final enrollment figures for annual scholarship recognition Spring Quarter available June banquet. A raku pot by Scott Lorenz of Valley High School in Gilcrest won best of show honors in the sixth annual Welco League Art Exhibit currently on display at University High School in Greeley. Honorable mention of show went to Brian Bauer of University High for a ceramic pot. The art works will be on display on the University of Northern Colorado campus through May 11. Entries were received from nine Welco schools. Schools, winners, and their works are: BE11THOUD HIGH 1. Mike Wilson, portrait, pencil; 2. Debi Keep, earthenware vase; 3. Kay Kinch, watercolor; 4. Debbie Bering, walercolor and ink; 5. Becky Fuchs, earthenware pitcher; 6. Pam Matthews, earthenware tea pot; 7. Lois Kitten, earthenware vase; 8. Debi Keep, earthenware vase; 9. Debi Keep, earthenware bottle; 10. Mike Wilson, portrait wash; FORT LUPTON HIGH 1. Jim Carsten, blue bowl; 2. John Schneider, print; 3. Vicky Pehr, clay sculpture; 4. Gary Watada, print; 5. Jimmie Sena, print; 6. Sam Vonfcldt, print; 7. Sam Vonfeldt, print; 8. Charles Martinez, p r i n t ; 9. Manvel Ibarra, p r i n t ; 10. David Towndrow, print; HIGHLAND HIGH t. Casey Hubbard, batik; 2. Laurie Mabie, conte' drawing; 3. Lori Barnhart, silver ring; 4. Wayne Mauldin, silver ring; 5. Wayne Mauldin, silver pendant; (i. Laurie Mabie, oil painting; 7. Laurie Mabie, wash drawing; 8. Laurie Mabie, wash drawing; 9. Roxanna Loeffier, thrown clay pot; PLATTE VALLEY HIGH 1. Linda Peterson, water- color; 2. Patty Hatch, ink; 3. Danny Carpio, acrylic; 4. Larry Conell, yarn weaving; 5. John Gonzalez, crayon; 6. Becky O'Brien, slitchery; 7. Chris Johnson, slilchery; 8. Jack Malick, tissue collage; 9. Eddie Schwartz, ink. ROOSEVELT HIGH I. Diane Nazaionus, batik: 2. Cherie Hoffman, macrame; 3. Omai Hcrrcra, batik; 4. Omai Herrera,batik; 5. Oralia Lopez, pottery; 6. Becky Seele, woodcut print; 7. Cherie Hoffman, woodcut print. VALLKV HIGH 1. Lee Molina, reduclion print; 2. Scotl Lorenz, raku plaque; 3. Scott Lorenz, pitcher and glass set; 4. Joey Martinez, pencil drawing; 5. Hue Evitt, batik with watercolor;' 6. BJI1 Nichols, oil pastels; 7. Richard Kline, ceramic pot; 8. Terri Ullrich, ceramic pot. WELD CENTRAL HIGH 1. Nick Duran, ceramic bear; 5. Maplewood to honor teachers The annual committee scholarship; Miss Cozzens a freshman honor scholarship, Miss Stroberg an achievement scholarship, Miss Whittmer an achievement scholarship and the Centennial Turf scholarship, Erickson an activity agriculture scholarship, Miss Kissler and Miss Stugart an achievement scholarship and Becker a BEST OF SHOW - Scott Lorenz, Valley High School in Gilcrest, won best of show in the Welco League Art Exhibit for his raku pot. Winning entries from nine schools will be on display at University High School in Greeley through May 11. (UNC photo by Bob Waters) 2. Karen Thomason, macrame wall hanging; 3. Kathy Bullard, macrame planters; 4. Sharon Linnebur, macrame bottle; 5. Sharon Linnebur, stilchery. 6. Rhinda Alberts, oil; 7. Alice Workman,batik; 8. Alice Workman, oil; 9. Robert Hettinger, lempcra painting; 10. Margo Starks, macrame purse. WINDSOR HIGH 1. I'atly Gesick, hand-woven rug: 2. Janice Jamison, watercolor; 3. Janice Jamison, pencil d r a w i n g ; 4. Janice Jamison, monoprint; 5. Becky Hinckle, pastel; 6. Becky Ilinckle, hooking; 7. Betty Reitz, macrame; 8. Paula Lind, watercolor; 9. Paula Lind, watercolor; 10. Louise Walker, waterculor. UNIVERSITY HIGH j 1. Laura Richardson, lenf- pera; 2. Mike Baumgartner, block print; 3. Bob Roukema, acrylic; 4. Stan Schumacher, m a c r a m e ; 5. Jan Hurlock, block print; 6. Laura Richardson, oil p a i n t i n g ; 7. Paul Owens, block print; 8. Ed McC'loskey, marble sculpture; 9. Joanie Grable, batik. '^, Fashion show ; set Wednesday The department of textiles' and clothing in the College of Home Economics at Colorado State University will present its' annualspring fashion show 7:30. . p.m. Wednesday in the north' ballroom of the Student Center:; 1 ; 'Students enrolled in various clothing construction and textile design classes will model their garments for the public, according to Frances Johnson, assistant professor of textiles and clothing and. chairwoman of the event. ' Honored will be Janet Leffler, Marlene Cozzens and Doris Stroherg of Eaton, Janice Whittmer and Ronald Erickson of Grover, Jeanne Kissler and Cindy Stugart of Kersey, Phillip Becker and Rex Craven of La i..^ uniiviui c C ,, . . , , . Teachers Appreciation Banquet Salle and Jean Engel of Nunn. college comm.ttee scholarship, has been set for 0:30 p.m., May The banquet recognizes 7 at the Maplewood Elemen- scholarship donors and V , , P"-TM""" rjU -" 1L " -.-nuiH.^thpmnnhnnnrlnnitvto Craven holds an achievement tary School gymnasium. provides mem an opportunity to The banquet, sponsored by become acquainted, school parents of Maplewood children, officials say. will feature a reading of "The Apple Tree" performed by the Readers' Theatre group from the University of Northern Colorado under the direction of scholarship and Miss Engel a sophomore honor scholarship. Greeley students attend conference Nine Greeley high school students attended the Colorado and Cheryl Becky Leonard. . . , , All parents of Maplewood ? adership Coherence of the children -- """«-i '" »- I ' u ( u r c "°memakcrs of Future America. The conference, in Fort arc invited to this adults only dinner. Parents are asked to bring a main course dish (o serve len Collins April 12and 13, drew 920 persons. Food should be students from Colorado. They malfunctions hidden in a car. brought (o the cafeteria by f, heard Miss Laura Johnson, a The first team lo find all the p.m., according lo Ihe co- sturgis, S.D., high school chairmen of Ihe evenl, Jeanne student who Is national FHA Ballard and Carol Cnlslmll. recreation leader and Dr. Earl Deadline for reservations is Reum, activities director for April 27. Reservations can be the Denver Public Schools, made by calling Jnlcnc Meek, 353-4031, Phyllis Murphy, 353- Attending the conference 3324, Susan Riley, 352-8172 or from "rccley Central were Gail malfunctions and get the car in perfect running order will win Ihe conlcsl. Winners of Ihe 113 regional contests Iravel lo Boslon in June lo compete for more thnn $90,000 in scholarships, prizes and trophies. Bonnie Hnlgh, 353-1399. Campbell, Shiron 1 Shape, Renac Timothy Staudinger. They were accompanied by Mrs. Ralph Merrill, chapter advisor, and Mrs. John Campbell, mother advisor for the northern district. Grceley West students at the conference were Anita Johnson, Kim Rickard, Carol Wolfe, Peggy Dahmcr and Kathy Crisp. They were accompanied by Mrs. Pete D'Amato, chapter advisor, and Mrs. Loroy Johnson and Mrs. Bill Richard, chapter mothers. HKST IN SCHOOL -- Lnura Richardson, University High School, won best in school honors for her tempera painting seen here. Entry was part of the sixth annual Welco League Art Exhibit and nil winning entries arc on display through May 11 at University High. (UNC plioto by Bob Waters) t HONORABLE MENTION OF SHOW - Brian Bauer, £ University High School, won honornhlc mention of show for his » ceramic pot in the Welco Unguc Art Exhibit, on display *, through May 11 at University High. Entries were received from 1* nine Welco schools. (UNC photo by Bob Waters) \' i

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