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Carroll Hi-Recorder Published by the Students of Carroll High School Vol. 32 Saturday, October 28, 1967 Announce Cast for 'Skin of Our Teeth' The play "The Skin of Our Teeth" by Thornton Wilder will be presented in the C.H.S. auditorium November 27 and 28. The cast was announced this Tiger Talk By Jay Corbett Well, the Tigers have found another quarterback in Mick Everett. After losing Pat Hensel last week, Mick was rushed to the spot — and I might add, he did a real fine job. You may not realize what a job it is to come up with a quarterback on a week's notice, but in the case of the Tigers, Coach Tryon has found talent in the limited time (Mike Booth tells me that he is honestly going to be our next quarterback — as soon as Mick gets put out for the remainder of the season). ATHLETE OF THE WEEK is MICK EVERETT. If you wonder why Mick (who, if you look at him technically, is really our third string quarterback) is the "Athlete of the Week" ask any one of the spectators of the Carroll - Perry game. Mick filled for Pat Hensel at qua- terback and ran the team very well for the time he had to learn the spot. Mick puts on at Mick Everett least two fascinating punt returns a game, and last Friday was no exception. He provided many thrilling moments, especially when he ran 56 yards for a touchdown on a play that was supposed to be run to the inside. Fortunately, Mick saw that the hole, which is right next to the end, was plugged. Breaking to the outside, Mick found plenty of daylight —and 56 well- earned yards. Believe me, Mick is well deserving of the "Athlete of the Week" award. Congratulations, Mick, and don't be surprised if you get it again!! Scott Richardson was at it again — many tackles and a fierce kick-off return. Roger Fuller turned in the most thrilling play of the game when he raced 88 yards with a recovered fumble for his TD. Steve Lane set a new record time of getting the water out to the Tigers during one of their time-outs. A couple of the football boya got thrown into the showers last week. Well, Throck and Alf, you had better start bringing dry clothes to football practice. Have you noticed that Mick Everett hasn't been smiling lately? Well, he says that he received a blow on the mouth in the Perry game, and that's why it is slightly swollen. (That's not what we heard!!!) It has been a disheartening season in some respects and no week by Mr. James Knott, head of the dramatics department. Members of the cast are: Announcer, Jeff Beneke; Sabina, Marty Ware; Mrs. Antrobus, Becky Blake and Barb Peters; Mr. Fitzpatrick, Steve Moore; Telegraph Boy, Bill Maher; Gladys, Paula Baker and Sherry Denney; Henry, Drew Peterson; Mr. Antrobus, Joe White; Fortune Teller, Jo Ellen Severin; Doctor, Tom Jons; Professor, Rick Prenger; Judge, Tim Thomas; Homer, Mick Everett; Broadcast Official, Tom DenAdel; Defeated Candidate, D e v i n Dahn; Mr. Tremayne, Marc Baudler; Hester, Linda Rieman; Ivy, Kathy Johnson; Fred Bailey, Greg Winchester; Miss E. Muse, Linda Jensen; Miss T. Muse, Scarlett Minnich; Miss M. Muse, Sheryl Hanson; Drum Majorettes, Cindy Benenke and Rosemary Hensel; Mammoth, Chuck Youmans; Dinosaur, Kevin Throckmorton. one knows it better than Al Ringleb and Rog Fuller. Al AFS Outing at 4-H Camp By Joyce Henning "Walk together, talk together, all ye people of the earth; for then, and only then, shall ye have peace." On October 21 and 22, the American Field Service became a reality for all who attended the A.F.S. weekend ait the 4-H Camp near Boone. During those two days foreign exchange students from the surrounding areas, their host families, and other A.F.S. Chapter members had the opportunity to eat, play, and converse with one another. Those attending from the Carroll Chapter were Olga Rodriquez, exchange student from Argentina; her host family, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Baker, Paula, and Carol; Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Perry; Mr. Arthur A. Neu; Mrs. Leighton Wederath. Representatives of the Students' A.F.S. Chapter were Jo Ellen and Paula Severin, Becky Blake, Sherry Denney, Frank Knutzen, Joyce Henning, Drew Peterson, and Steve Moore. The weekend started with registration from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., after which everyone hiked over to Hickory Lodge for the opening session. Then the A.F.S. students, host parents, and brothers and sisters went their separate ways to attend various discussion groups led by personnel from the A.F.S. International. Following dinner, there was another meeting for adults to explain a new extension of the A.F.S. program. In the meantime, in another lodge, students joined in the great international pasitime, dancing, to music by the The Stitch 'N Tyme from West Des Moines. Sunday morning bright (?) and early, the campers began climbing out of their warm —Hi Recorder Photos Vocalists Audition ... Today members of the quartet (top photo) are auditioning at Lewis-Central for membership in an All-State Chorus. From left: Frank Knutzen, accompanist; Joe White, Becky Blake, Andrew Peterson, and Barb Petersen. In the quartet (lower photo) are Frank Knutzen, accompanist, and Roger Hansen (right), director, and from left; Jo Ellen Severin, Steve Moore, and Paula Baker. Kenny Kieck was absent when the picture was taken. 8 Students Audition for All State Chorus Climaxing several weeks of hard practice, today eight C.H.S. students audition for All- State Chorus. These eight students compose two mixed quartets. Becky Blake, soprano, Barb Petersen, alto, Joe White, tenor, and Andrew Peterson, baritone constitute one quarter. Members of Ringleb will remain off the turf for ait least six weeks, so I guess that will take care of him also for this fall. As you undoubtedly know by now — Al had an appendectomy last Friday. Rog, with a knee injury, is one of the best all-around athletes Carroll High has had, and Al is not only a fine pass receiver on the football field but a good basketball player, as he proved last year. I would like to finish with a famous quote from Smoky the Bear: "Remember, not only can you prevent forest fires, but forest fires can prevent you!!" sleeping bags and heading for breakfast. Two worship services were held, and then the group once more divided up to attend various meetings. Sunday afternoon everyone finished packing their belong- i n g s, exchanging addresses, and saying good-byes. From the comments overheard, there was a general agreement that this beautiful fall weekend had been well spent. Band Festival November 4 The Carroll County Band Festival has been set for November 4, 1967. Each year the Band Department and the Vocal Music Department alternate in hosting a county-wide music event. The conductor for the concert band is Mr. Don Ma- coullier from Drake University, and Mr. Jack Oatts from Jefferson High School will direct the stage band. Participating schools from this county are Coon Rapids, Kuemper, Manning, Glidden- Ralston, and Carroll High. These bands will rehearse during the day and then give a concert for the public that evening. The combined concert bands will present such numbers as "West Side Story," "Street of Athens," "Pilgrims Chorus," and "Washington Post March." Selections by the stage band will include "What Kind of Fool Am I?" and "I Love Paris." Carroll High students in the stage band are Marc Baudler and Jay Corbett, trumpet; Frank Knutzen, piano; and Steve Moore, trombone. the other quartet are Paula Baker, soprano, Jo Ellen Severin, alto, Kenny Kieck, tenor, and Steve Moore, baritone. Both quartets will be accompanied by Frank Knutzen. Two changes have been made this year concerning this event. All-State personnel will be selected individually, instead of selecting the whole quartet, as has been done before. The other change is that Carroll High has been switched to the Southwest District from the Northwest District. Auditions this year will be held ait Lewis- Central High School, east of Council Bluffs. Daily Record Sheriff's Office Traffic Accident A car driven by Sharon A. Reising, 25, Manilla, went out of control while attempting to pass a truck driven by Amos E. Hughes, 66, Kanawa, and slid into a ditch on Highway 71 about three-quarter mile south of Carroll on Friday at 3 p.m. Damages were not extensive and no injuries were reported. Police Dept. Traffic Accidents— A three-car chain reaction collision was reported at the in 1 - tersection of Highway 30 and Grant Road at 9:40 p.m. Friday. A oar driven by Melvin J. Hoffman, 21, Carroll, was in collision with the rear of a car driven by Deanna M. Soppe, 20, Dediham, and that vehicle was pushed into the back of a car. driven by James L. Juergens, 18, Carroll. Damage to the Soppe and Juergens cars was not extensive. No injuries were reported. Two ckrs northbound on Court Street and turning west at the same time were in collision at the intersection of Court and Seventh Streets on Friday at 11 p.m. The cars were .driven by John N. Stougard, 20, Scranton, and Eugene F. Huegerich, 18, Carroll. The right front of the Huegerich car. and the left side of the Stougard car were damaged. No injuries were reported. Cars driven by Madonna M. Schreck, 33, and Jerome G. Arnold, both of Carroll, were in collision on Main Street near the intersection with Sixth Street here at 6:55 p.m. Friday. The Schreck car was backing from a parking place and the left rear was in collision with the right side of tlhe Arnold car. No injuries were reported. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Mrs. Daniel J. Wiehn, Carroll Mrs. Gerald Brincks, Carroll Donald E. Ewing, Bayard Karen C. Heller, Carroll Mrs. Agusta Goembel, Audu- TimM Htratd, Carroll, ta. Saturday, Oct. 28, 1967 27.00; mixed good and choice, 900-1,150 Ibs, 25.75-26.50; good, 25.00-25.75; standard and low good, 23.50-25.00. Slaughter heifers, high choice and prime, 9751,025 Ibs, 26.25-26.50; choice, 8001,025 Ibs, 25.00-26.00; mixed good and choice, 24.50 - 25.25; good, 23.75 - 24.75. Cows, commercial, 14.00-16.00; utility, 15.00-16.75; canner and cutter, 14.00-16.50. Bulls, utility and commercial, 19.50-22.50. Sheep — W o o 1 e d slaughter lambs, choice and prime, 90-115 Ibs, 24.00-25.00; mixed good and choice, 80-100 Ibs, 22.50-24.00. Wooled slaughter ewes, cull to good 4.00-7.00. Weather Elsewhere By The Associated Press High Low Pr. Albany, clear 57 39 .... Albuquerque, clear 66 37 .... Atlanta, cloudy 65 39 .... Bismarck, cloudy .... 29 18 ... .20 .39 .09 .18 .01 .03 Boise, cloudy 53 45 Boston, cloudy 54 48 Buffalo, cloudy 51 37 Chicago, cloudy 40 36 Cincinnati, cloudy ..53 36 Cleveland, cloudy .... 52 39 Denver, clear 66 36 Des Moines, clear .... 38 23 Detroit, cloudy 47 33 Fairbanks, snow 31 23 Fort Worth, clear .... 70 43 Helena, rain 56 38 Honolulu, cloudy 87 77 Indianapolis, cloudy 51 37 .04 Jacksonville, clear .. 79 52 .... Juneau, rain 46 44 Kansas City, clear .53 33 Ifivestigntc Poison Deaths of 7 Children ARCADIA, Fla. (AP) - The father of seven children killed by insecticide poisoning said in a sworn statement Friday he took out $1,000 double indemnity life insurance policies on each child the night before the tragedy. But the insurance agent said the policies did not take effect because the father couldn't afford the first week's premium, slightly under $4, according to Asst. State Atty. John Treadwell. Treadwell said James Richardson, 32, made his sworn statement during an investigation into the deaths of Richardson's seven children. Insurance agent Gerald P. Purvis said Richardson tried Tuesday night to borrow the premium from him but was refused. Treadwell said a determination on whether the poisoning of the children—ages 2 to 8—was accidental must wait until pa- .34 .05 .01 Los Angeles, cloudy 77 64 .27 .03 Louisville, cloudy .... 57 37 Memphis, clear ........ 65 36 .... Miami, cloudy .......... 85 M M Milwaukee, cloudy .. 41 33 .03 Montreal, cloudy ...... 54 44 .04 Mpls.-St.P., clear .... 35 19 .... New Orleans, clear 81 56 .... New York, cloudy .... 57 48 .... Calendar Nov. 1 — Final day of the three-day North Central Visitation Nov. 2 — Art Program, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3 — Sac City, football, there; End of the First Nine Weeks Period Nov. 4 — County Band Festival, here; County Band Concert, 8:00 p.m. N OV . 7 _ American Education Week, Open House, 7:30 p.m. K v . 10 _ Odebolt-Arthur, oolball, there Nov. 11 — A.F.S, Social Event NCA Team to Evaluate CHS Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, October 30-31 and November 1, the personnel of the Carroll Community High School will be host to the members of a North Central Association Evaluation Committee. Although C.H.S. has been a member of the Association for over 50 years, a recent ruling of the organization requires each member school to be evaluated every seven years. College instructors, representatives of the state department of instruction, superintendents, classroom teachers will make up the eighteen member evaluation team. Committee members will spend Monday afternoon in getting orientated and organized. Following a conference with Superintendent Allen S t r o h and Principal George Fair, they will be guests at a dinner with the School Board members, administration, faculty, and community evaluators. Tuesday morning the visitation will get underway. Each committee member will visit the classes assigned to him. At this time he will hold conferences with both teachers and students, as well as observing classroom procedures. Classroom visits will be concluded Wednesday morning. In the afternoon written reports derived from individual observations will be submitted for committee evaluations. Following the dismissal of school, the visitation personnel will .hold a conference with administrators, and members of the School Board. The" committee at this time will give oral reports covering their evaluations and also make recommendations for improving instruction and facilities. bon Alois Wemimont, Carroll Dismissals- Miss LuAnn Neumayer, Carroll Miss Monica Sue Meischeid, Carroll Ora L. Marsh, Carroll Arthur Greve, Wall Lake Dale H. Patterson, Glidden Paul Reed, Churdan Elmer Snook, Carroll Mrs. Joseph Klemish, Brayton Craig D. Pudenz, Carroll Mrs. William Troutman, Coon Rapids Mrs. Maynard A. Leib, Guthrie Center Mrs. Harold Brauckman and baby, Glidden Births- Mr, and Mrs. Arden V. Hinners, Arcadia, a daughter, Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jackson, Glidden, a son, Friday Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Andersen, Coon Rapids, a daughter, Friday CRAWFORD COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Denison Admissions, Oct. 26— Mrs. Robert Weber, Dunlap Mrs. Leonard Reis, Denison Mrs. Glenn Harvey, Denison Mrs. Keith Carey, Topeka, Kansas Frank Franzkowiak, Schaller Okla. City, clear 64 39 .... Omaha, clear 37 20 .... Philadelphia, cloudy 63 39 .... Phoenix, clear 88 55 ... Pittsburgh, cloudy .. 57 33 .01 Ptlnd, Me., cloudy .. 53 40 .18 Ptlnd, Ore.; rain 60 46 1.00 Rapid City, cloudy .. 48 32 .... Richmond, cloudy .. 70 39 .... St. Louis, cloudy 48 34 .... Salt Lk. City, cloudy 63 39 .... San Diego, cloudy .. 70 63 .... San Fran., cloudy .... 69 58 .... Seattle, clear 60 48 1.05 Tampa, cloudy 80 63 .... Washington, cloudy 67 40 .... Winnipeg, cloudy 29 20 .... (M—Missing) thology reports are finished sometime next week. At issue, Treadwell said, is whether the children took parathion by eating it or by absorbing it through the skin. The insecticide kills either way. "This is going to be a long investigation before we get at the truth," Treadwell said. "At the moment we're hurting for hard evidence." The children were stricken Wednesday after eating from tin plates a lunch of grits, beans, rice and pork prepared by their parents Tuesday night. Also under investigation was the discovery Thursday by sheriff's deputies of an open two- pound sack of parathion in a shed near the converted hotel called "the Quarters" where the Richardsons lived in a small apartment. Deaths, Funerals SAMUEL J. SMITH COON RAPIDS — Samuel J. Smith, 84, died unexpectedly at his home in Coon Rapids Saturday morning, Oct. 28. Arrangements are being completed at the Mason Funeral Home. Mr. Smith was in the insurance business in Coon Rapids and for about 13 years has been a justice of the peace here. He is survived by his wife, a son, two daughters, six grandchildren and hwo great-grandchildren. MRS. ROSIE KIDNEY GLIDDEN — Services were held in the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home here at 2 p.m. Friday for Mrs. Rosie Mae Kidney, 79, of Glidden, who died Oct. 25 at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. Officiating was the Rev. Way- Ion E. Taylor. Mrs. Don Hansen was organist. Mrs. Helen Knight, soloist, sang "Shadows". Pallbearers were Eldred Reever, Delton Schulze, Bruce McLaughlin Jr., Roy Hartwigsen, Earl Hartwigsen and John Wright. Burial was in Westlawn Cemetery. * Ag Program (Continued From Page 1) Mrs. Lester Bohlander, Denison Mrs. Louis Cass, Denison Dismissal, Oct. 26— Mrs. Clarence Neppl, Denison Birth, Oct. 26- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weber, Dunlap, a son Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $2.40 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1.00 ; 69 over what steps should be taken to obtain the desired prices for the livestock feed grain crops. Gross said stronger federal controls on crop production are needed. "The voluntary acreage diversion program has an inherent weakness—when the price starts going up, farmers begin dropping out of the program," said the Farmers Union spokesman. "A voluntary program will never succeed." Pfingsten said farmers will receive subpar prices for their commodities until they "decide to solve their own problems" by forming strong collective baring groups. "As long as the taxpayers are financing the farm program," he added, "the taxpayers are going to operate it. And 95 per cent of the taxpayers are consumers who want cheap food." Thatcher said the Farm Bureau believes the government should eliminate the acreage allotment and diversion payment program, substituting a long- term land retirement plan, expanded Food for Peace exports and government-guaranteed bank loans on commodities. Gross said the decline in prices resulting from record crop production this year will be a severe blow. "The farmer is in real trouble," said Gross, "but the full impact hasn't hit yet because we're still living off the income from last year's crop." Lars Hodne's Injuries Fatal HARLAN (AP)-Lars Hodne, 81, of Harlan, died Saturday of injuries suffered in a traffic accident last Monday which also killed his wife, who was 78. The Hodne car hit the rear of a combine on U.S 59 about 13 miles north of here. The combine driver, Henry Ewoldt, 31, of Denison, escaped serious injury. Orders Guard to Grambling GRAMBLING, La. (AP) — Gov. John J. McKeithen ordered 500 National Guardsmen to the Grambling College campus today to block any uproar'by rebellious students. McKeithen's action, at the request of college officials, came in the wake of a snowballing student protest against "academic mediocrity." "They don't need any National Guard," said Willie Zanders, the 20-year-old senior heading the protest "This is a peaceful movement called because the academic policies of Grambling are overshadowed by athletic policies." Korean Minister Honored at Dinner (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — The Rev. Jeung Saw Ryu, whose home is in Korea, was guest of honor at a fellowship dinner at the Methodist Church Sunday evening. The Rev. Mr. Ryu spent a number of months in Manning seven years ago as an assistant pastor, when he lived with the Rev. Lester Moore and family. He has been studying in the United States and is en route to his home in Korea after spending a week visiting friends in Iowa. Following the dinner, he showed slides of his homeland, and also pictures taken during his tenure in Manning. Also during the program, the youth of the church presented a skit, and there was community singing led by Mrs. Beverly Mitchell. Oats Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) - The summary of trading this week at the Chicago stockyards: Hogs—Butchers, 1-2, 190-225 lbs,7 18.25-19.00;? 200-215 Ibs, 19.25-19.35; 1-3, 210-240 Ibs. 17.75- Fred Ennengas Visit at Auburn 18.50; 17.75; 1-3, 2-3. 240-270 270-300 Ibs, Ibs, 17.0016.50- 17.00. Sows, 1-3, 350-400 Ibs, 16.25-16.50; 1-3, 400-450 Ibs, 15.75-16.25; 2-3, 450-500 Ibs, 15.00 15.75; 2-3, 500-550 Ibs, 14.5015.25; 2-3 550-600 Ibs, 13.50-14.50. Boars, 13.50-14.25. Cattle — Slaughter steers, prime 1,200 - 1,400 Ibs, 28.0028.50; high choice and prime, 1,150-1,350 Ibs, 27.50-28.00; choice 1,150 - 1,350 Ibs, 26.50 - 27.50; choice, 1,000 - 1,150 Ibs, 26.25- (times Herald Newt Service) AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ennenga, Reading, Minn., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Menck. All were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell O'Tool and family at Carnarvon. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Heim and family, Sioux Falls, S. D. were Saturday night and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Heim. Mrs. Heim and children had spent a few days in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Oswald at Breda. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Willert, Spencer, were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mrs. Selma Buttolph. He accompanied Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Bennett and Peggy Jo to Manning from Corning, where the Bennetts called on the Moore family. Mr. and Mrs. Delton Gruhn entertained friends and relatives Thursday evening in observance of Mr. Gruhn's birthday. Games were played, prizes awarded and a late lunch served. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Genzen entertained at dinner Sunday for the 89th birthday of her mother, Mrs. Anna Hinz. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Genzen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Vollstedt and family. Evening guests included Mr. and Mrs. Max Gruhn and Mrs. Charles Segebart and children of Manilla. Helma Kruse was hostess to the Friendship Club Wednesday afternoon. Emma Ranniger won high at cards; Christine Tesch, second; Ella Steen, third, and Lillian Mohr, high bid. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Otto and Mike of Spencer spent the weekend in the H. C. Otto home. Additional guests Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Louie Otto of Manilla and Mrs. Norma Jean Hagedorn and children. | - Eight Candidates for L. C. Council (Times Herald News Service) LAKE CITY — More candidates have filed for the city election at Lake City Nov. 7. For councilmen, eight men are seeking election including Leland Campbell, Gail Boyd, Guy Moulds, andVern Mathews; also incumbents, Wayne Johnson, Evert Baumann, Gordon Mcllrath, and A. L. Redenius. Mayor Austin Farley, who is seeking re-election, is opposed by L. W. Sievert and Frank Bristol. Ed Van Ann, who was elected to his first term as councilman- at-large in 1965, will continue in office under the regulations of a recent ordinance setting up a new system of city government. Mrs. Laura Leathers was reelected president of Old Union Aid at its annual meeting Oct. 12 at the community building. Also chosen were Mrs. Lela Carroll, vice president; Mrs. Mardelle Campbell, secretary; and Mrs. John Kohnke, treasurer. Frank Alcox, sexton at Cottonwood Cemetery, was present to discuss with the women the necessity and possible cost of graveling the roads, and paths of the cemetery. A public chicken-noodle dinner preceded the meeting, attended by about 100. Margaret Smith Soselle—Age 82 - Friends may call at the ~ Sharp Funeral Home atfer 7:00 P. M. Saturday. - Rosary: Saturday 8:15 P.M. I Sunday 3:00 P. M., 8:00 P. M. and 8:45 P. M. '_ Requiem Mass: ~~~. . Monday at 9:30 A. M. at Holy Angels Church, ~ " Rose lie. .. . Officiating: Fr. Richard Macke. Interment: Holy Angels Cemetery, Roselle. SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 27 Years i

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