Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 12, 1970 · Page 6
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r Manning School News Published by the Student* of the Manning Community High School Vol. 12 No. in Principal Charles Sretherton of Manning Community High School has released the follow- in * honor roll for the first quarter. I2fh: Peggy Bennett, Marion Clausnitzer, Mary Croghan, Francie Kruse, Twyla Misselhorn, Vickie Musfeldt, Beverly Ohde, Susann Opperman, Marjorie Stangl, Mary Wiesc, Vernon Hansen-x. Dick Hornberger. Rick Venteicher. llth: Ruth Croghan, Georgia Dethlefs, Joy Hockett, Anne Jensen, Kathryn Mueller, Vickie Mundt, Gall Phillips, Donna Sonksen, Carolyn Strosahl, Jennifer Zerwas, Gary Dammann. Doug Hargens, John Heinicke, Roger Musfeldt, Mark Siepker, Kevin Struve-x, Lynn Venteicher. Starre Christensen. 10th: Mary Blum, Carolyn Drier, Mary Felker, Barbara Grau, Peggy Hargens, Karen Hinners, Joni Hinze, Denise Work, Jeanne Potthoff, Sheila Schrum, Donna Sporrer, Teresa Stangl, Karen Stoberl, Janet Venner, Helen Wiese, Nancy erly Baker. Barbara Drees. Wiese, Kim Jahn. Randy Mundt. Paul Schroeder, Eugene Stoelk, James Struve. x-All A's Principal Wayne CurIHe Gwen Fielvveber, Kimala Haubrich. Martha Heinicke. Mary Heinicke, Debra Opperman. Karen Tank. Connie Weems. Jessica Zerwas. prinetpai wayne w,ni« na s , x _ straight As released the first quarter honor roll for Manning Junior High! Manning will begin its basket- School. iball season at Manilla on Nov. 7th: David Crandall. Alan;20. Fara, Kirk Huldeen, Tim Schoo , wgs dism1ssed en Nov . Kienast, Dennis Klinker. Ronald 1Q gl 2 go thal faculty Sporrer Peggy Dentlmger, j members C0llld attend in . serv . I ice meetings. All elementary and junior high teachers at- Malia Hansen. 8th: Jon Hass, Peter Heinicke, Mark Jensen. Richard Mundt. Royce Ranniger, William Voge. Corine Altenhein, Amy Brotherton, Jill Escher, Suzanne Long, Carol M u s f e 1 d t-x, Sharon Reischl, Judy Stoberl, Marlys Stoelk. Carol Struve-x, Linda Willenborg. 7th: Jon Ahrendsen, Jeff Drees, Michael Gawley, Gary Graner, William Johnson, Jan Kasperbauer, Larry Mundt, Randy Renze. Paul Renze, Keith Stribe, Steve Zinke, Bev- tendcd a meeting on English, conducted by a representative of the American Book Co. on Roberts English. Junior and senior high social studies teachers attended a meeting conducted by Mr. Gage of the State Department of Public Instruction. Manning was unable to retain the Coon Valley Conference Championship as Glidden wound up the season with a 7-0 record 6 Tim«l HtraM, Carroll, la. Thurtday, N«v. 12, 1970 after blanking Bayard 40-0. The loss dropped Bayard to third place. Manning took sole possession of second place as they rolled past Manilla 36-12. Exira fell to fourth place when Coon Rapids upset them 20-18. Coon Rapids finished up in fifth place. Manilla shared sixth place with Guthrie Center who romped over winless Scranton 37-12. Coon Valley Conference (Final) W L T 700 5 1 1 4 2 1 4 3 0 Glidden-Ralston Manning Bayard Exira Coon Rapids 3 4 0 Manilla 2 5 0 Guthrie Center 2 5 0 Scranton 0 7 0 INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN FOR FINE FOODS & Colonial Lounge Eating out is double the fun when you bring the family here. They can choose from a wide variety of foods, prepared to please everyone. For Party Reservations Dial 792-9123 Jet. Hwy. 11 » 30 Lake City School News Compiled by Correspondent Vol. 15 NO. 11 Carroll This year the vocal department will be presenting the musical comedy "Bye Bye Birdie" on November 13 and 14 at 8 p.m. in the gym. The vocal sections are being directed by Gary binder while Larry Lutwitze directs the dialogue. The musical revolves around singer Conrad Birdie (played by Dan Weis) who has been drafted. His manager, Albert Peterson (Vern Hansen) is extremely upset but his secretary Rose Alvarez (Donna Sonksen) devises a plan to make Mr. Birdie an even bigger hit. It consists of a new song and also a television appearance which centers around the Macafees (Dick Hornberger, Lola Stammer, Beth Volquartsen, and Mark Jensen). How do Conrad's fans react to him and his new song? How are the Macafees involved? What finally happens to Mr. Birdie? Interested? Well, come to the performances on November 13 and 14. You'll enjoy them! Sally Burley has been designated October student-of-the- month at the high school here. She is student council secretary, and president of the Speech and Drama Club. She is a four-year member of Speech and Drama Club, Eagles Echoes Staff. Y-teens, Pep Club, vocal music, marching and concert bands. She is a member of the dance band, and all-state quartets. Last year she was a member of the prom steering committee; has been a prom server; and has participated in plays. Sally is a senior, and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Burley. Nila Bristol was crowned Harvest Festival Queen at the annual FFA dance Saturday night of last week. Her attendants were Nancy Walters, Jolene Redenius, and Roxanne Green. David Engstrom, FFA president, officiated at the coronation. All four girls received necklaces. Miss Bristol received a trophy. Co-chairmen of the dance were Doug Hucka and David Kruse. It's Our 65" BIRTHDAY TO HELP US CELEBRATE WE INVITE YOU TO OUR Coffee and Do-Nuts Free Gifts For Everyone Each Afternoon Monday thru Saturday Nov. 16 to 21 1 to 3 p.m. REGISTER FOR RCA Portable TV $65.00 Savings Account RCA AM-FM Radio The West Central District representative assembly held their fall meeting Saturday, Nov. 7, at the Presbyterian education building in Lake City. Presiding officer was president- elect James Motl of Fort Dodge. Seventy representatives were present from various schools in Calhoun, Carroll, Boone Buena Vista, Crawford, Audubon, Greene, Shelby, Sac, Webster, Pocahontas, and Guthrie counties. Business of the all day meeting was to draw up and revise resolutions to be pre sented at the delegate assembly, ISEA, in Des Moines in February. Jim Fowler, For Dodge, announced his candi dacy for member of the ISEA board. Women of the enure! served the noon meal. Coming events include a spe cial dinner to be served to members of the 1970 footbal squad, coaches and official by parents of the boys, whicl will be Sunday night at the Lak< City Country Club; Nov. 19 th< Y-teen annual world fellowshi] banquet; Nov. 19 the annua state school board convention at Veterans Auditorium in De Moines, to be attended by Supt Vendell Johnson and all schoo lembers . High school principal, Alia Offer Good GIFTS for new accounts (or additions to your present Savings Accounts) Four full weeks Monday, Nov. 16 thru Sat. Dec. 12 2 Piece Snack and Candy Set For all persons who start a new savings account of $200 or more — or add $200 or more to a present account, we have your choice of two fine gifts— • An electric hostess tray • A two piece snack and candy set (Offer good on Passbook Savings Accounts or Time Certificates). Electric Hostess Tray THESE ACCOUNTS PAY THE HIGHEST INTEREST RATES ALLOWED BY LAW: UllHllB^B^MBHHBHHBBBMVHVMHMI 4J% Savings 5% 90 Day C. D.'s 5J% 1 year C. D.'s 5|% 2 year C. D.'s (Compounded daily) (Compounded quarterly) (Compounded quarterly) (Compounded quarterly) SECURITY SAVINGS BANK Scranton, Iowa ALL DEPOSITS INSURED TO $20/000 BY FDIC (65 years of SECURITY) If you can't come in send this coupon with your deposit and we will mail your gift. Please send me; Hostess Tray ( ) Snack Set ( ) Name Address S%% CD TYPE OF 51/2% CD DEPOSIT % Savings J FUNNY tUSINtSS •y fceftt fttlkft yons, has issued senior and unior high honor rolls for the rst quarter ending Oct. 30. "AA" (Double A) Honor Roll, t least 4 A's and no grade be- ow B: 7th grade — Janeen Christenen, Brian McCrary_.__ 8th grade — Randy Belling- ausen, Debbie Carlson, Debbie iraigmile. Freshman —• Stuart McCrary. Juniors — Rhonda Rickey. Seniors — Leslie Bruggeman, iarol Campbell. "A" Honor Roll, at least 3 k 's and no grade below B: 7th grade — Mark Craigmile, 'eri Green, Mark Mclntire, .ori Samuelson. 8th grade — Cindy Becke, ay Yunek. Freshmen — Roxanne Hiler, Vfark Johnson. Sophomores — Kimberly Fitz- terald, Dan Harms, Connie ohnson. Juniors — Melissa Adams. Seniors —- Susan Steig. "B" Honor Roll, at least 3 B's, no grade below C: 7th grade — Kris Ausborn, Rhonda Ausborn, Chuck Baunan, Cindy Carroll, Jane Chrisensen, Kim Crabtree, Jim Con*ad, Diane Green, Brenda light, Danny Hucka, Scott Hucka, Mark Huffman, Mark #ons, Jean McCaulley, Geri 3wens, Marty Richardson, Sherry Rickey, Shelley Savage, Debbie Schulte, Charles Wirtz, David Zirnbeck. 8th grade — Don Berns, Vivian Clark, Dan Conrad, Kent Eilders, Kim Finley, Jane Goins, Diane Heath, Jim Hyland, Cheryl Johnson, Jillene Kunce* Kevin McCaulley, Larry McCaulley, David Mclntire, Ron Owen, Curtis Peterson, Barbara Rockdaschel, Jan Turner, Jean Van Ahn. Freshmen — Charlotte Anderson, Doug Aug, Lynn Boyd Nancy Daisy, Gary DeLong Debbie Dooley, Patti Gemberling, Colleen Gidel, Lyle Gor den, Roxanne Green, Dow Her Joan Pierce, Gary Redenius Christi Savage, Jolene Wiederin Sally Williams. Sophomores — Tim Becke Jeff Brillhart, Debbie Burley Russell Campbell, Pam Carroll Sue Christensen, Leon Doty Debbie Dowling, Dawn Eng strom, Michelle Fell, Cind; Harms, Craig Her, Kristi Kutz Jane McCaulley, Warren Me Crarn, Jolene Redenius, Kim 35 Juniors at Costume Party Remsburg, Karen Schrad, Rich Souder, Norene Toyne, Starla Van Ahn, Jim Von Ahn. Juniors — LaDean Ahrens, Jharlene Anderson, Mary Lou Ausborn, Steve Bawden, Connie Jetts, Jana Bradley, Sheila Jruggeman, Janet Conrad, Ed DeBries, Joe Dewey, Dave Doty, Neil Fell, Mike Finck, Jim Gemberling, Kathy Hart, Colleen Higgins, Richard Hiler, Doug Hucka, Ted Janssen, Kris Karstens, Nancy Korleski, Cheryl McMeekin, Mark Mapel, Steve O'Connor, Debbie Prill, Mark Remsburg, Bob Savage, Pat Sporleder, Susan Stephenson, Nancy Walters, Scott Williams, Joel Yunek. Seniors — Charyl Anderson, Ann Awtry, Bill Baker, Warren Birchard, Shirley Carlson, Carolyn DeLong, Michele De- Sart, BUI DeVries, Ray Dial, Kathy Ferguson, Dana Finck, Roger Gidel, Craig Heath, Dean Hoover, Elaine Johnson, Kirk Johnson, Randy Larson, Debbie Loeck, Toni McCrary, Pati Mapel, Randy Moad, Sheldon Peterson, Paul Reinhottz, Faez Shabrokh, Jan Streeter, Bob Subbert. N«v»i ARCADIA - Thirty five juniors of Ehlers and Gerken Unit 694 had a Halloween Costume party at the Arcadia Fire Hall social room Thursday evening. In charge of the decorations contests and games were the high school girls whioh included Denise Badding, Carol Belling- ihausen, Marleme Berger, Diane Bruggeman, Nancy Venteicher, Jolene Berger, Sharon and Debbie Vonnahm and Deantia Staiert. Winners in the costumes wer« Jodi Beyerink and Peggy Wolterman. Various other prizes were awarded. Lunoh was served after the close of the evening's entertainment. Leaders of the Junior group are Mrs. Warren Anderson, Mrs. Joe Sohroeder and Mrs, Leonard Venteicher. Prior to the party, the Juniors held their annual house to house canvass to collect coins for Halloween for their annual Christmas project for Woodward State Hospital and School. The next Junior meeting has been changed to Nov. 10 after school. DOAN PROMOTED Mr. and Mrs. Bill Doan of Carroll have received word that their son SKSN Gary R. Doan, who is serving with the Navy in Japan, has been promoted to SK 3, effective NOV. 1. His complete address is SK 3 Gary R. Doan; B629131; N.S.D. Box 11, Code 1014; FPO Seattle, Washington 98762. Alfred Nobel, creator of the Nobel Peace Prize, realized his fortune from the invention of dynamite. STONE'S 110 W, 6th — Carroll WKCTIWS 50 IBS. NIT WT. Cooper This is our bag not meat or meat substitutes Some feed companies spill over into other area* — such as raising meat animals, or more recently, making meat substitutes. Neither of these endeavors is illegal, but both put the feed manufacturer into direct competition with his customers at the supermarket. That's why we at The O. A. Cooper Company have stuck to the business of making quality feed. We believe there's something unfair about making money selling feed on the one hand, then competing against these same customers by producing real meat or meat substitutes. Evidently, many farmers, feeders and ranchers agree, because sales of Cooper Feed have increased steadily. THE 0. A. COOPER CO. MILLS AT: HUM»OLDT • BiATRICI COZAOI SO. SIOUX CITY, Nf MAtKA HOME QfftCI: HUMSOLDT, NEfMAIKA M>?« Iht U A (OOm ( UMPANf COOPER FEED S*H GHECN STAMPS WITH EVEKV BAC BUELT HATCHERY !•*•

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