Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 31, 1970 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

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Clubs Elect Officers —Charger Photo SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS are: (sitting) Jane Mosher — Treasurer; Mary Strautman — Secretary; (standing) Kev Cawley — Vice-president; Monica Balk- President. Science Club Kuemper's newest organize tion, the Science Club, has elected its first set of officers. They are: President — Monica Balk; vice-president — Kevin Cawley; secretary — Jane Mosher; and treasurer — Mary Strautman. Monica is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Balk of Carroll. She participates in camera club, is senior class treasurer, teaches pre-school religion, and is in the Swinging Singers ensemble. She has also partici- The Art Club has elected officers for the 1970-71 school year. Esther Tigges is president; Jan Friedman is vice- president; and Karen Lohman is secretary-treasurer. Esther is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tigges of Holy Spirit. She is reporter and headliner for the Charger, and also was in freshman and sophomore chorus. The president must organize all art programs, assign committees to prepare the stage for drama productions and decorate the gym for dances. When asked why she took art she stated, "I enjoy "I hope to make the Monogram Club an important part of school affairs." These words were spoken by Richard Golwitzer the newly elected president of the Monogram Club. pated in the Kuemper science fair and has been listed among the top ten in her class for three years. Monica stated, "I think it is good that we have a Science Club where we can accomplish different things and can interest more people in science and its related branches." Kevin is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Cawley of Carroll. Kevin was a homeroom representative in his freshman year and vice-president of his class his junior year. In his sopho­ more year he won a $200 scholarship at the Hawkeye Science Fair and won the Timothy Ragaller Science award his junior year. He has exhibited projects at both the Kuemper and Hawkeye fairs since he was a freshman and received superior ratings at both of the fairs. Mary Strautman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Strautman of Carroll. Mary, a senior, is editor of the Charger, and participates in drama. She has entered Kuemper and Hawkeye Science fairs since she was a freshman. She has been awarded numerous prizes for her achievements, including first place in oral seminar competition her sophomore and junior years and also a navy cruise to San Diego, from the Hawkeye Science fair. From the Iowa Junior Academy of Science she received a trip to West Point Military Academy in New York. Mary has also been in the top ten of her class for three years. Jane Mosher is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mosher of Carroll. She is active in band and is secretary-treasurer of the Camera Club. Jane has participated in the Kuemper Science fair for three years, receiving a first last year. She commented, "We would like to be able to get the Science Club firmly established this year." Art Club art and I wanted to learn how to use the various medias correctly and it also relaxes me." Esther, with the aid of the Art II students, will endeavor to display student art work (in school and downtown), participate in group projects, view art films and possibly plan a student art trip. Jan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Friedman of St. Lawrence. Jan is CYO Diocesan spiritual chairman, vice- president of St. Lawrence CYO and CSMC, president of her Girl Scout Troop and involved in Monogram Club The other officers are Dale Tigges — vice-president; Randy Bierl — secretary; and Jim Von Bon — treasurer. Richard, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Golwitzer has been —Charger Photo MONOGRAM OFFICERS are from left to right: Dale Tigges—Vice-president; Jim Von Bon—Treasurer; Randy Bierl—Secretary and Richard Golwitzer— President- Camera Club, Lance and band. Jan took art because she enjoys it and someday hopes to become an art teacher. Karen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marcelius Lohman of Lidderdale. She is vice-president of Camera Club, was in chorus freshman, sophomore, and junior years, and is in the special ensemble her senior year. She also is president of the Lidderdale CYO and is on the liturgy team. Karen took art because she enjoys art and says ''it's a way to express how I feel." involved in many other activities throughout his three years in high school, including chorus, Charger, baseball, basketball, football, track and wrestling. Dale, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tigges of Lidderdale, is president of this year's senior class. He has served as a class president of a freshman homeroom and homeroom representative. He has been active in Monogram Club for two years and has participated in basketball, football, track and wrestling. Randy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bierl, has been active in CSMC, student council, Monogram Club, baseball, basketball, football and golf. He commented that although being a secretary wasn't his bag, he would work at it. Jim, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Von Bon of Dedham has participated in Monogram Club, speech, band, basketball football and track. ? O R r By Kev Cawley An interesting activity is now being conducted in our girl's physical education classes. It's called Modern Dance. Modem dance is free style dance for the purpose of self expression. Including ballet and the ballet positions, the course also involves the mterpretation of music and transforming it into dance expression, as explained by Miss Homan. The classes will also include different ways of expressing sadness, joy, tragedy and freedom through the use of different dance styles on the floor, standing and elevated in the air. At the end of the dance series, each girl is required to do a duet at least 2 minutes in length. One girl found great delight in this type of dance as she commented, "Modern Dance is very enjoyable and requires no partner to dance with." Paige Enjoys Photography Francisco. After the war, he attended photography school at New Haven, Conn., for six months. In 1947, Paige and Paige Studio opened in Carroll. He taught five years in Omaha, Neb., at North High School which at that time enrolled 2,200 students. This is one of the reasons why he takes such great interest in the students of today. Mr. Paige, a lover of music, enjoys recording pop musk and playing this during student sittings. "Our life is the student's,'* states Mr. Paige, "for we try to do the best we can, but if we fail we're here to try again." Look right here. Cock your head a little to the left. Little more. O.K. . . . Hold it! . . . Good! For most Seniors who have already taken their graduation pictures, this sounds very familiar. Students have been discussing the clever techniques of Paige and" Paige Studio. All credit is due to Mr. Paige, photographer, and his outstanding assistant, Mrs. Paige, who have been scheduling and photographing pictures since Kuemper's founding. Mr. Paige became interested in photography during World War II while stationed in San —Charger Photo SENIOR PAM RENZE prepares herself for today's All-State competition at Drake University. Pianist Qualifies for All State Finals Competition Senior. Pam Renze has qualified for the final All-State piano accompanist competition which is being held today at Drake University. She was the only one of three contestants chosen from this district to enter competition with pianists from five other music districts in Iowa. Two of the six competitors will be chosen to accompany the All-State Choir in Des Moines on November 27 and 28. "I find this to be a great learning experience. I'm proud to be able to represent Kuemper at the competition," commented Pam. Pam has taken piano lessons for ten years. She was in State Fair competition on the Bill Riley program in eighth grade. This year marks Pam's fourth year in accompanying the Kuemper choirs. She also heads the Roselle CYO youth mass committee. Aside from lettering in music, Pam also plays the organ. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Renze of Roselle. Roundtable Reflections Quote of the Week from Scott Thein: "I thought the game was great and the players showed all the hustle I've ever seen." Juniors are grateful to their history and English teachers for those discussions which brought their classes to life.

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