Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 19, 1970 · Page 18
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Manning School News Published by the Students of the Manning Community High School Vol. 12 No. 12 Timet Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, Nov. 19, 1970 Eleven Manning High School musicians will spend Nov. 27 and 28 in Des Moines taking part in the All-Slate Music Festival. Rehearsals will be held those two days prior to an 8 p.m. concert on Saturday evening. Band members who will attend are Twyla Misselhom, who was chosen for the all-state hand, and Jim Stangl, who will play in the all-state orchestra. Chorus members are Mike Mohr, Beth Volquartsen, Michele Mohr, Tim Weible, Kent .Rutz, Lola Stammer, Donna Sonksen, Dick Hornberger and Vernon Hansen. School will be dismissed on Wednesday. Nov. 25. at 2 p.m. for the Thanksgiving weekend. ! The M Club will sponsor a | dance in the gym that evening j from 8:30 until midnight, with j the Penetrations furnishing the I music. ^ The Adult Slimnastics class j will meet on Monday evening, Nov. 23. in the high school gym instead of their regular Thursday meeting. The Manning basketball squad will go to Carroll Public School on Tuesday evening. Nov. 24. The first game begins at 6:30 j p.m. I The Manning Community! Coach Jim Murphy of the Manning Bulldogs has 34 boys working out for basketball. Only one, Don Rowedder, a senior, is a letterman. Last year's team record was 13-8. The Bulldogs will open the season at Manilla on Nov. 20. With only nine practices between the football and basketball season, Coach Murphy looks for the team to improve with each game. Contenders for starting positions are Guards: Don Rowedder, Dan Andersen, Randy Lohmeier, Kent Rutz; Forwards: Mark Siepker, Kevin Pfannkuch, Al Grimm, Curt Stribe, Kevin Struve, Brian Peters; Centers: John Opperman, Ver- Congratulations To The New Stores On The WESTGATE Controlled Climate Shopping" • Heating • Plumbing • Air Conditioning COMPANY Carroll non Hansen and Roger Musfeldt. The complete roster is: Seniors: Al Grimm, Vernon Hansen, Kent Rutz, Don Rowedder. Juniors: Dan Andersen, Randy Lohmeier, Roger Musfeldt, Brian Peters, Mark Siepker, Curt Stribe, Kevin Struve Sophomores: Jeff Kasperbauer, Leon Muhlbauer, John Opperman, Kevin Pfannkuch, Arnold Shipps, Eugene Stoelk, Keith Vetter, Joe Weitl. Freshmen: Jon Ahrendsen, Dan Arp, Joe Blum, Dave Croghan, Jeff Drees, Mike Foley, Mike Gawley, Gary Graner, Jeff Karsten, Jim Karsten, Larry Mundt, Keith Stribe, Dale Reinke, Bob Weiskircher, Dan Williams and Randy Baker. The schedule: Nov. 20, Manilla, There Nov. 24, Carroll Public, There Dec. 1, Atlantic, There Dec. 4, Coon Rapids-x, Here Dec. 8, Kuemper, There Dec. 11, Guthrie Center-x, Here Dec. 15, Audubon, Here Jan. 8, Bayard-x, Here Jan. 9, St. Bernard's (Breda), There Jan. 15, Manilla-x, Here Jan. 22, Exira-x, There Jan. 26, Denison, Here Dec. 29, Scranton-x, Here Feb. 5, Glidden-x, Here Feb. 9, Kuemper, Here Feb. 16, Sac City, There Feb. 20, St. Edmond's (Fort Dodge), There x-Conference Games Good crowds viewed Manning High School's presentation of "Bye Bye Birdie" on Friday and Saturday evenings, Nov. 13 and 14. Dan Weis played the title role of Conrad Birdie. Others starring in the cast were Beth Vol quartsen, Vernon Hansen, Sue Opperman, Donna Sonksen, Dick Hornberger and Lola Stammer. Gary A. Linder was musical direction; Larry Lutwitze, the drama director. Accompanists were Anne Jensen and Dick Hornberger, with Anne Felker assisting. Also in the cast were Judy Mueller, Jim Struve, Kent Rutz, I Brian Peters, Lonnie Jensen, Roger Musfeldt, Dottie Dammann, Mark Jansen, Chris Beck, Randy Saunders, Jim Struve and Twyla Misselhom. Chorus members were Helen W i e s e, Doris Volquartsen, Georgia Detlilefs, Dan Anderson, Mike Mohr, Michele Mohr, Gail Phillips, Debbie Schroeder, Joy Hockett, Paul Hargens, Tim Weible, Peggy Hargens, Jennifer Zerwas, Linda Rohe, Cindy Vehrs, Kevin Struve, Mary Opperman. Conrad's band was Craig and Brad Zubrod and ©avid Edgerton. Mark Sipeker, Craig Moeller, Randy Saunders and Richard Schmidt were stage crew for the production; Starre Christen:n, Mary Kasperbauer, Vicki Mundt and Vicki Waterbury, in charge of make-up. Art work was done by Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffmann and students of Art I and II. Francine Kruse and Bev Ohde were in charge of advertising; Frances Struve was stage manager and prompter. Other acknowledgements were given to Don's Radio and TV; United Telephone Co.; Gary Around The Rotunda Delay in Reapportionment |^| of Legislature is Not Likely By Harrison Weber Elegant Third eye is a dazzling 87-carat blue sapphire centering a headband of pearls. The head adornment is an elegant and updated version of current trend toward Indian-style jewelry. Taylor for carpentry; Jean Hudson, programs; Ruth Mork, tickets, and Francine Kruse, program cover design. At the close of Saturday's performance, gifts were presented to Mr. Linder and Mr. Lutwitze and remembrances to leading members of the cast and the stage manager. The Manning M-Club held a meeting during homeroom on November 6. The chief purpose of the meeting was to go over the groups that are to take tickets and sweep floors during he basketball season. Also, appropriate dress was discussed concerning the M-CIub dance to be held on Nov. 25. After little discussion, it was decided that the students would merely be advised to use their own good judgment. "Why not become involved in Adult Education?" 1. Congratulations to the cast and producers of "Bye Bye Birdie." 2. The next ACT test will be given Feburary 20. The registration dates are from November 23 to Jaunary 18. 3. Seniors in the process of seeking financial aid for 1971-72 should be in the process of filling out a P.C.S. or F.F.S. 4. November 30 is the atentative deadline for returning the adult education survey. —Gary Cloud. DES MOINES — With annual sessions some people have been talking about holding off on reapportioning the General Assembly until the second session, in 1972; but that doesn't appear possible. The constitutional amendment ratified in 1968 stipulates that the Legislature shall reapportion itself by Sept. 1, 1971. If the General Assembly fails to do so, then the Supreme Court shall "cause" it to be reapportioned. Since present Mats art based on I960 census figures, there are bound to be some dramatic changes in the overall makeup of the two houses. These changes art expected to reflect the continuing shift in population from rural to urban areas. For example, preliminary census figures indicate there has been a 26 per cent population increase in Story County, 19 per cent in Scott, 17 in Linn, 30 in Warren, and 34 per cent in Johnson County. On the other hand, a number of rural counties have experienced a significant decrease in population, 21 per cent in Ringgold County, 15 in Adams, 14 in Franklin and 11 per cent in Kossuth, to mention a few The change won't be as dra matic as when the lawmakers reduced the size of the Legislature from 185 to 150 members, but it will be a noticeable change. Senator Bass Van Gilst, D- Oskaloosa, plans to introduce legislation to provide a statewide senior citizen identification card to enable older Iowans to more easily cash social security checks and to receive discounts where available and other benefits provided to senior citizens by many communities. A member of the state commission on aging, Van Gilst will also file a bill which would prohibit insurance companies from cancelling automobile insurance because of age. Lawrence Carsttnsen, Iowa's "Citizens' Aide," is moving his office. The sitate's first ombudsman has been located in the governor's office; now he is moving to an old parsonage (at 515 East 12th Street) near the capitol. 4-H Club News Activities of Carroll Area Boys, Girls Clubs Johnson Receives a Commendation Lee Johnson of Carroll was commended this week for his accomplishment of being a leader in Fire & Casualty sales production for the month of October, according to an announcement by E. B. Lull, vice president and division manager at Federated Mutual Insurance Co., Owatonna, Minn. Johnson has also been commended for his achievement in all lines of business and personal insurance. Jupiter, with an equatorial diameter of 89,329 miles, is the largest of the planets of the solar system. DEDHAM — The regular meeting of the Dedham Rough Riders met November 12 at the Dedham Legion Hall. Roll call was answered by 17 members. Business was discussed to plan the 1971 program. Tom Seidl gave a report on "Meatless meat in our refreshments." New members are Dean Kloeke, Kevin Tigges and Tim Seidl. Hostesses were Mrs. Harold Pomeroy and Mrs. Edward Tigges. DEDHAM — The Dedham Go- Getters 4-H Club met at the Dedham Legion Hall on Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m. Roll call was "a courtesy tip I have observed." Election of officers was held Each girl competing for an office gave a speech. Officers elected included president Janet Starman; vice president — Laurie Seidl; secretary • Julie Jennings; treasurer • Betty Heithoff; reporter — Joni Seidl; historian — Karen Heithoff; photographer — Diane Heithoff, and recreation chairman — Pat Heithoff. Christmas caroling and a Christmas party were discussed and planned for the December meeting. New members include Rhonda Ankenbauer, Beverly Irlmeier and Mary Jo Heman. Lunch was served by Mrs. Edward Tigges and Mary Lyn. The Mt. Carmel Go -Getters 4-H Club met on Tuesday evening, Nov. 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the County Extension Office meeting room with the club as host. John Odendahl gave a talk on "The meatless meat in our refreshments." Kenny Bromert discussed the buying, weighing and identifying of beef calves. Plans were made for a Christmas party which is to be a family potluck supper on Dec. 8 at the Mt. Carmel hall. CONGRATULATIONS to the businesses of WESTGATE MALL on their GRAND OPENING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21 From a member of the AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS The November meeting of the Mt. Carmel Merry Makers was held on Thursday, Nov. 12, at the Mt. Carmel hall with Joyce Walker and Joleen Vonnahme as club hostesses. Roll call was "A meat cut." Plans were made for a Christmas party, when the club will have a supper on Dec. 1. Plans were also made for a family potluck supper to be held with the boys 4-H Club on Dec. 8. New officers were installed which included Janet Loneman as president; Elaine Julich, vice-president; Joan Nees, secretary-treasurer; Kayleen Snyder, historian; and Pam Wieland, reporter. Talks were given by Elaine Julich on "Facts About Beef." Janet Loneman gave a talk on "Ways to Cook Meat" and Sandra Wittry gave a talk on "Facts About Pork." Bingo was played under the direction of Joyce Walker and Joleen Vonnahme. There have been complaints, mainly by Democrats, that the office of ombudsman should be completely divorced from the governor's office. However, the office was set up by a grant from the federal government directly to the governor's office. House and Senate Democrats will caucus in Des Moines Monday (Nov. 23) to elect their leaders for the upcoming session. In the Senate, it appears that the 12 Democrats will elect Sen. Lee Gaudineer, Des Moines, as the minority leader. However, lately Senators Minnette Doderer, Iowa City and James Schaben, Dunlap, have been mentioned as possible candidates. In the House side, candidates include . Rep. Dale Cochran, Eagle Grove; Joseph Johnston, Iowa City and Ed Skinner, Altoona with Skinner believed to have the edge. The legislative committee that is recommending the air and water pollution commissions, and some other allied agencies, be combined, wants to transfer the fertilizer and pesticide trust fund accounts from the department of agriculture to cover the activities of the chemical technology review board. It would amount to over $500,000 a year and could spark quite a legislative controversy. BEST WISHES Denison Dry Wall Co. offers its best wishes to the businesses of Westgate Mall on their grand opening and hopes the event will be the start of many years of successful business operations for all of them. Harold Kierscht DENISON DRY WALL CO. Denison

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