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Carroll Hi-Recorder Published by the Students of Carroll High School Vol. 32 Saturday, November 18, 1967 No. 12 Carroll High Honor Roll Announced Rehearsals on for Play Bright lights in the auditorium, small groups chaffering and someone on the stage being directed by Mr. Knot), is Die scene at the nightly play ro- hearsels of "The Skin of Our Teeth'' being presented December eleventh and twelfth. Play practice is fun and hard work. Wher. not on stage, the actors and actresses are either trying to do studies, trying to talk above the noise of the others, or trying 1o catch on to what is happening on the si age. It seems that everyone is busy with something, or someone. But if anyone misses a cue or mixes up his part, a great deal, Mr. Knott, our play director, is sure to bring the mistake out in the open. When that happens, world look out!! It is not. exactly sunshine and roses around the place. "We're coming along pretty good, but kids you've got to get the rest of those lines learned . . . Keep doing the good work." Mr. Knott gives pep talks and encouragements to the students to drive them on, and through his help the play lines are learned with ease and gentility. Yes, lines are learned and still there is time found for having fun. So, what seems to be confusion to someone walking into the auditorium on a school night, is really the organized scene of play practice. Hl-UornnilM- I'licil.o student, teach- Practice Teacher . . . Richard Brunncr er. sots up an cxporimiMit. Richard Brunner Practice Teacher During Hie past six weeks Mr. Richard Brunner of Iowa Stale University has boon doing practice teaching at C.H.S. in the science department under the direction of Mr. Firman Grubcr. He plans to complete requirements for a master's degree from I.S.U. this year, with teaching as an objective. Mr. Brunner did his undergraduate work at Crcighton University where he majored in biology. During his high school years at Jefferson Community H i g h School, he was active in drama, choir, and sports. Mr. Brunncr said that he had played (or maybe lost) against the Carroll Tigers many times. Ho was also a member of the newspaper and yearbook staffs. In college he was involved in language and science clubs and in intra-mural sports. Questioned about his teaching experiences at Carroll High, Mr. Brunner stated that he enjoyed it very irwcn. He said that he preferred to teach biology, but also liked teaching general science. He is qualified to teach chemistry also. Mr. Brunner evaluated his stay here as an "enlightening experience." He concluded by saying that there is much ability walking around the halls of C.H.S.; it just has to be directed into the correct areas. Four Earn Straight A's Two senior boys and two freshman girls earned top honors for the first nine weeks period by receiving ?.ll A's. The seniors are Jay K r o g h anc Steve Moore; the freshmen are Kristee Evans and Caroline Tan Creti. Other students meriting honor roll status with A's and B's are the following: Seniors — Karen Beckman Jeff Boneke, Peggy Bruggeman, Tom Jons, Jill Martin Ron Onken, Elaine Platt, Suzanne Poland, Scott Richardson, Alan Sieve, and Dee Stevens Juniors — Paula Baker Becky Blake, Tom DenAdel, Victoria Grundmeier, David Henning, Joyce Henning, Linda Jensen, Frank Knutzen, William Maher, Becky Matthews, Nona Otto, Roy Porterfield, Jo Ellen Severin, Joyce Sporleder Sophomores — Judy Ankenbauer, George Baker, Cindy Beneke, Debbie Blohm, Janet Grundmeier, Renee Hein, Rosemary Hensel, Theresa Hoffman, Barry Kohnke, Kathleen Kuebler, Deborah Landreth, Bonnie Mason, Kathleen Onken, Patricia Poland, LeeAnn Pomeroy, Dennis R o t h e r, Hope Schlorholtz, Michael Smith, Margaret Trede Freshmen — Stuart Bems, Leslie Bruggeman, Sherry Erickson, Deborah Onken, Jean Peters, and Paula Severin. Tiger Talk By JAY CORBETT Miss Young's Idea Attracts Finns Interest The Hi-Recorder staff realized this week, through a letter received by Miss Phyllis Young, business education in- etrudor. that the circulation of their paper, through the courtesy of the Daily Times Herald, is far more extensive than they estimated. Question of TTM IV 1 Hie week QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Which sport, basketball or football, do y»u prefer and why? Greg Winchester — 1 1 i k e basketball better because it b an easier game to understand than football. 1 also like it because there is more action and it is played indoors. Rhonda Nissen — I prefer basketball because I understand it better than football and also because there is more action. Al Ringleb — I feel that there is more to a game of football than to a game of basketball. 1 also like it because it is rough and you have to play harder. Joe White — I prefer basketball because it is a faster and more exciting game. Miss Young was informed by the McGraw-Hill Hook Company that they had learned through an article in the Hi- Recorder, made available to them through a clipping service, that she was wing a musical aeconipaniniont occasionally as a teaching device in presenting various techniques in typing. The letter, written by Don Weaver, manager of (lie product and profession;:! services. went on to say that the McGraw-Hill Company would be happy to have Miss Young submit an evaluation of the procedure to them at the end of the cour.se. Miss Young, several years ago, participated in a work-study .summer program in the New York office of the publishing company. After a full week of serious basketball practice, we find that our bubble-bouncers aren't in as good shape as they thought they were. And with the football season taking nearly half the squad, I'm not sure flint we will have enough for a "B" squad. But you know the spirit of CHS won't let anything like that keep us from winning! The " C o - A t h 1 e t e s of the Week" .are Scott Richardson and Tim Thomas. Scott put on another "All Conference" per- that Scott did a magnificent job lu's first time at running the i formance last week and became j the fourth quarterback of the season. 1 heard the coach say team. And his teammates can tell you how hard he hits — sometimes it seems that Scott tests himself just to see how field, Tim Thomas sure makes up for it! Tim is the hardest working athlete on the squad— whether it be football, basketball, or some other sport (?) that he may be interested in. Tim ranks close behind Scott as one of the hard hitters on the squad — and he puts every pound into it. Now don't let that throw you off — just because he doesn't weigh very much (I still haven't figured out which one I would rather run into). Congratulations, fellas, and remember — it's not how big you are, but how big your heart is! (Now where in the world did that come from?) Scott- Richardson hard Look can hit an opponent, a college prospect in loi ott Richardson. For the smallest guy on the Club Sponsors Fund Projects Hard at work on moneymaking projects is the C.H.S. Key Club. For the past three weeks, members have been selling Christmas candles. The candles are scented and come in various colors. They sell for $1.25. Within the next month they will begin the sale of Carroll High pennants. The pennants are 36 inches long and 12 inches wide. Orange with black lettering and a Tiger head at one end, the pennants v/ill cost 75 cents. The profit netted from these sales will be used to buy Scoreboard rosters for basketball. Whatever . . . became of the miniskirt? That may soon be the question, judging from items such as this currently popping up in fashion collections. A red wool coat on military lines, shown in Paris, features a midi-length hemline. Leonard Koester Purchases Home In Dedham (Times Uf-ruld News Service) DEDHAM — Leonard Koester has purchased the home of Mrs. Alice Heman, former Dedham. resident now living in Waterloo. The Koester family, who now live on a farm northeast of Dedham, plan' to move into their new home in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Haubrich spent Saturday at the Everett McCord home in Colo. Ron Roderick of Denver, Colo., spent from Friday evening until Sunday here with his mother, Mrs. Ann Roderick, traveling in his six-passenger plane to the Carroll airport. Mrs. Roderick accompanied him back to Denver for a week's visit family. with the Roderick Social Security NOTICE The dates of the presentation of The Skin of Our Teeth by the Carroll High dramatics department have been changed from November 27th and 28th to December llth and 12th. Grid Players Honored . . . Some of (he boys on the football .squad arc pictured as they were honored at a banquet last week, At the table in the foreground clockwise, are Don Fisch, Dave Kokenge, Mick Everett, Jay Corbelt, Jim Cornelius; .seated in the background —Ili-Keeortler Photo are David Baumhover, Al Ringleb, Tom DenAdel, Jeff Minnich, Stuart Berns, Dan Rungee, Kevin Throckmorton, John Pringle (manager), Allen Bock, Larry Brower, Dave Henning, Steve Breckler, Greg Beck, and Steve Heuton. European Slides Shown at Halbur (Times Herald News Service) HALBUR — St. Rose Circle was in charge of the St. Augus ine Ladies Guild meeting held Wednesday evening in the par sh hall. The Rev. B. V. Crete man led the prayer to Our La dy of Good Council, after which Mrs. Lawrence Neppl, presi dent, was in charge of the meeting. A reading entitled "Definition of Misery" was given by Mrs Donald Hinners, vice presideni The annual financial r e p o r: was distributed to members: new circle chairman s h e e t j will be given out in December Mrs. Hilbert-Koenig gave a report on the Defensive Drivers course which seven women o the Guild recently attended at Carroll. Sr. M. Imelda -gave a short reading on Thanksgiving Dec. 6 will be church cleaning day by St. Helen Circle, and Dec. 27, general church cleaning by St. Lucy, Agnes and Helen Circles. Mrs. Erickson Concludes Visit (Times Herald Mews Service) LAKE VIEW — Mrs. Mabel Erickson returned to her home in Los Angeles, Calif., Monday after a month's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Hanson at Lake View and other relatives at Odebolt. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith were part of a family group to attend a dinner at Ken-A-Bob's at Storm Lake Sunday. The gathering noted the 89th birthday of Ferry Smith of Schaller. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Galbreath called on Mrs. Elizabeth Tarpey at Denver, Colo., while visiting other relatives in Denver recently. They spent two days at Loveland, Colo., with Mrs. Helen Hadenfelclt. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Holmes of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lubsen of Ames, and Mrs. M. L. Spear and daughter Shelly of Newton were Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. E. E. Scott. Marilyn Flink, Drake student, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harland Flink. Questions Answered on Enrollment in Medicare (The Daily Times Herald has made arrangements with thn DCS Molnes office of the Social Security Administration to answer questions for our readers about social security and medi- care. Send your questions to Charles G. Crawford, Field Representative, Room 293, Federal Building, 310 Walnut Street, DCS Moines, Iowa 50308.) QUESTION: I n o t i c e d a newspaper article lately that stated a person could apply for By Charles Crawford 8 Times Herald, Carroll, la Saturday, Nov. 18, 196 Medicare only in the last thre months of an uneven year, will be age 65 in January 1969 Do I have to wait until Octobet 1969 to apply for Medicare? ANSWER: No. The initial en rollment period is the 3 month Education Week Donations Voted By Auxiliary (Times Herald News Service) DEDHAM — The November meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held Monday evening in the Legion hall with Mrs. Mathilda Meiners presiding. Canteen cards were sent to the unit's sponsored children, according to the child welfare report. Articles for the Veteran's Gift Shop were on display. To observe education week, donations were sent to the local schools. Christma Seals were purchased and sen to the gift shop. Mrs. Meiners reported on th_ county meeting at Glidden am announced that the next meet ing will be in Manning. The local unit's Decembe meeting will feature a Christ mas party with a $1.00 gift ex change, and a potluck lunrf afterwards. The committee i charge will be Mary Beke hermes, Mrs. Clem Klocke Mrs. Frank Meyer, Mrs. EC ward Soppe, Mrs. Ambrose Ir beck, Mrs. DeEtta Nye, an Mrs. Russell Axman. Mrs. Louis Bueltel won th door prize. Lunch was serve by Carol Axman, Mrs. Ronal< Klocke, Mrs. Frank Tigges Mrs. Don Schmitz, and Mrs Andrew Schreck. Tables wer decorated with Thanksgiving centerpieces and fall feathe bouquets. The birthday song honore Mrs. Clem Klocke and Mrs Andrew Schreck. Saturday supper guests in th Norbert Meiners home honor ng their daughter Lisa on her first birthday were Lisa's grandparents Mrs. Mathilda Meiners of Dedham and Mr and Mrs. Virgil Patrick and daughter Barbara of Coon Ra pids; also Daryl, Dick and Emily Meiners. Evening guest for ice cream and cake were Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Meiners and family, Billy and Marjorie Klocke. Social Event for Evening Circle (Time* Herald News Service) MANNING — Twentynine members attended the monthly meeting of Zion Evening Circle at the church. The Rev. Edward F. Heinicke conducted the topic "Attitudes about Money." President Sue Puck con ducted the business session. Genelle Kienast and Mrs. Puck reported on attending a Chris tian growth workshop at Atlantic. Janice Monson reported for the nominating commit tee. Joan Mohr was elected vice president; Cynthia Gen zen, secretary; Darlene Voll stedt, historian, and Carol Kahl and Ola Ress to the executive board. Arlene Mohr, Christian growth chairman, read three "In Everything Give articles: Thanks", "Advent Wreaths" and "Our Lights." Doris Rutz, Frieda Spies and Alta Ahrendsen were seated at the birthday and anniversary table. Janice Monson, Naomi Wiemann and Carol Kahl were hostesses. The December meeting will be a 7 p.m. potluck at the church. Cash gifts are to be brought to be sent for a worthy cause. Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts and children of Burlington, Wis., spent the weekend in the ""-arl Roberts and Ed Steen lomes. Mr. and Mrs. William Joens met their son and daughter-in- aw, Dr. and Mrs. Or land Joens and Jennifer of Marshall- own, at the Redwood Restau- •ant in Jefferson for dinner Sunday. Cathi Stangl, freshman at Northwest Missouri State Col- ege in Maryville, spent the weekend at her home here. Ready For The Oven, . . . silicon Wafers positioned on a dome give it the appearance of a turtle shell. The wafers, each containing more than 20 power transistors, go into a vacuum chamber where a thin deposit of pure gold is added to form a contact area for electrical connections, a step in manufacture of Westinghouse transistors. Rev. McGee is Vets' Day Speaker (Times Herald News Service) LAKE VIEW - The Rev John McGee gave the invocation and main address at the annual Legion Veterans Day dinner at the Municipal Building Saturday night. T h a 1 y a Durst and Marsha Kirkharl played "America The Beautiful" as a piano duet during the dinner. Toni Christian, Karlene Bahrenfus, Ed Drilling III and Steve Broich presented a vocal number. Mrs. Orville Meyers was hostess chairman for the dinner. Tables were decorated with small flags and the veterans' poppy. Rise Ann Morran of San Francisco arrived Friday to visit in the Walter Bogue home, Mrs. Verne Krejci of Ellendale, Minn., recently visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs Verne Silver, for several days. The birthday of Johnnie Galbreath was noted Thursday evening when he and Mrs. Galbreath and Mr. and Mrs. Les ter Glass had dinner at the Derby Restaurant in Carroll. Later in the evening they attended the Sharp Florist Christmas program and demonstration at which Mrs. Galbreath was recognized and presented with a corsage as being a part- time helper at Sharp Florist. Dr, and Mrs. Frank Weimer of Massena were dinner guests of Mrs. S. T. Manuel Sunday and also visitors in the Jim Scott home. Mr. and Mrs. B. I: Severson attended the wedding of Karen Andersen and David Axon at ;he United Presbyterian Church in Goldfield Friday evening. before, the month of, and the 3 months following your 65th birthday. The article you mention was apparently referring to persons who had failed to enroll during their initial period. They have another chance to enroll during the last' 3 months of the next odd numbered year following the end of their initial enrollment period. QUESTION: I would like some information on collection from Medicare for my doctor bills. I have been told that as soon as I pay $50 in doctor bills I can get this amount refunded from Medicare. Is this correct? ANSWER: No, this is not correct. The $50 refers to the deductible under the medical insurance part of Medicare. This means you must pay the first $50 of your doctor bills each year. Medicare will pay 80 per cent of the reasonable charges on your doctor bills after the first $50 each year. QUESTION: I am a widow and receive social security benefits for myself and three small children. I plan to remarry soon and the man I plan to marry would like to adopt my children. It is my understanding the remarriage will terminate my benefits but would like to know what effect it will have on the children's benefits. ANSWER: As you stated, your remarriage will terminate your benefits. It will not, however, terminate the benefits your children receive. This would be true even if your husband adopts the children. Adoption by a stepparent does not terminate childrens benefits. QUESTION: I would like fo contact the social security office for information but I work full time and cannot go in on weekdays. I cannot meet with the representative who comes to my area either. Are you ever open on Saturday? ANSWER: No, we are not open on Saturday but we are open until 8:00 p.m. on Monday evenings in Des Moines. If it is difficult for you to contact us during the day you could call at the office on Monday evening. Rotarians Hear 'Carousel' Music (Times Herald News Service* MANNING - Manning Rotarians met for their weekly iinner session at Saunders Steak House on Tuesday eve- g. Guests were Bronwen Morris, AFS student from New Zealand, and Kelly Pratt, chairman of the student AFS Committee. A program of numbers from the high school musical "Carousel" was presented. In the business session, there was discussion of erecting Rotary road signs east and west of Manning, putting a nativity scene on the school lawn ^ur- ng the Christmas season, and meeting on Nov. 14 at the school cafetorium for lunch in a belated observance of National Education Week. Eugene Zerwas, who has resigned from Rotary, was re)laced as a member of the >oard of directors by 0. R. Fink. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rix .pent the weekend in Des VToines with Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Baley and family and Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Himley and tolette. 4-H Club News Activities of Carroll Area Boys, Girls Clubs Nine new members were present for the regular meeting of he Halbur Happy Lassies Girls' 4-H Club Monday, Nov. 16, in the school auditorium. They are Iris Sibenaller, £athy Risselman, Cindy Halbur, ^arol and Connie Sondgeoth, Su- ian Eischeid, Deborah Wittrock, Doris Buelt and Marilyn Ei- cheid. Roll call was answered by 27 members on "How I Can Be a ood Citizen." Drawing for Christmas exchange was held. t was decided that the Decem- ier meeting would be the an- ual Christmas potluck. Talks were given by'Marilyn Riesberg on "Attitudes on Parade," Jean Naberhaus on "Sleeping Beauty" and Sandra Sibbel on "On With the Shampoo." Door prizes were won by Donna Rone, Debbie Eischeid and Mrs. Edward Eischeid. Shari Eischeid, reporter. The regular meeting of the Mount Merry Makers 4-H Club was held Oct. 17 at the Ray Reiff home with Cindy Reiff as hostess. Roll call was answered with "What I Did This Summer." Mary Jo Wittry spoke on "Citizenship." Cindy Reiff demonstrated "How to Remove Stains from Fabrics." After the meeting, members played bunco and lunch was served by the hostess and her reporter. mother. Patty Grote,

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