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Carroll Hi-Recorder Published by the Students of Carroll High School VW. 21 No. 29 Junior-Senior Prom April 26 Bill Haley and the Comets won't be there, but their song, "Rock Around the Clock" will live on at the Carroll High Junior-Senior prom, to be held on Friday, April 26. The junior class chose "Rock Around the Clock" as the theme of the prom, which will be held at a new location this year, the Carroll Elks Club. The prom banquet will be in the downstairs dining room at the Elks, and the dance will be in the upstairs ballroom. Both rooms will be decorated in the style of a 1950's prom. The prom servers will aslo be dressed in 50's fashions. Music at the prom will be provided by "Spider and the Crabs " Prom servers are: Tami Marquardt, Mark Poland, Dirk Lloyd, Jane Bernholtz, Tim Gaffney, Susan Jones, Julie Teague, Delane Hutcheson, Lee Tenold and Becky Blincow. Highlights of the prom banquet include a skit by the servers, Steve Sundermann Question of the Week By Kevin Deen Where do you do your homework? I thought this question would be rather hard to get any decent answers to but as I proceeded it began to look as if I might have thought wrong. The first person I confronted was Robin Wright, and after the usual 15 minute spazz fit that everyone encounters when they try to ask her something, she said that she doesn't have much, but that was just because she was a brain and doesn't need to study. (I think from now until the 26th she'll have other things on her mind besides studying and homework). The next person I went to see was Steve Fiscus, and to my surprise I found him in the hospital. He was in shock to actually see someone from the outside world but finally came to and gave me this answer: "I usually try to get around it , if I can, but when I do have to do it I try and get it over with so fast that it doesn't turn our right any way." After leaving Steve to his terribly exciting and colorful hospital room I called Janet Haynes, and I think she was just waiting for someone to ask her because before I got through asking her she had the answer ready: "In the bath tub," she abruptly answered. Curious to find out why anyone would choose the tub for studying I asked why and her simple reply was, "Oh, just because there isn't anything else to do in there." (Am I m'ista'ken or are you supposed to do something other than homework while you're in the tub? Another person I tried to find was Tony Vanderheiden, I found him alright, or rather I heard him, he was cheerfully blowing on his horn when I tried to get him to anwer my question, and after he gave me a few answers that I didn't think would be printed in the paper, he said, "In the back seat of a car, whenever I find the time that is." Well now that you know how a few other people study perhaps you'd like to trade in your old way for one of these. The days of the traditional way of sitting in a desk with a one lightbulb lamp glaring at your paper might vanish forever. Broadway Scenes The Student Senate of Carroll High School recently sponsored their second assembly of the year. This one was entitled "Broadway Scenes" As the name suggests the assembly dealt with a variety of hits on and off Broadway. The scenes were performed by two college students from Lawrence, Kansas. The show began with songs and dialogues from "Your A Good Man, Charlie Brown". The students portrayed the unforgettable Charlie Brown and Lucy. "The Telephone" was a sketch about the agony caused by the invention of the telephone when one has an emergency and doesn't know the number. The stage then became alive with several songs from the Broadway hit, "Annie Get Your Gun". "Thieves Carnival" a popular French play depicted part of the play when one of the thieves becomes fond of a young girl. "Broadway Scenes" ended with several selections from the musical, "Jesus Christ Superstar". Tiger Talk By Jerry Fleshner The Carroll High track team initiated the 1974 season with a roaring start by winning their first meet. It was a tri-angular meet against Lake City and Sac City played at Lake City. The Tigers racked up a total of 69 points, while Lake City finished second with 58 points and Sac City was a close third with 56 points. The Tigers took eight first place medals in the shot put, 440 yard dash, long jump, 120 yard high hurdles, discus throw, and the 440,880, and the mile relay teams. Pete Marz should be commended for his fine effort at the meet. Pete Marz took first place in three events, the shot put; discus and the high hurdles. He also took second place in the low hurdles. Because of this victory the Tiger squad has to be considered a contender for the Midwest conference title later this spring. There was also a Freshman meet which the Tigers also won. Mike Heuton placed the young team by winning three events. The Carroll girls' team also won their triangular meet against Perry and Kuemper. The Carroll team scored 61 points while breaking 13 records. The Tigerettes broke records in shot put, high-jump, the 440 yard dash, the 880 yard relay, the distance medley relay, 100-meter low hurdles, the 880 yard run, 440-meter shuttle relay, the 220-yard dash and low hurdles, the mile run, the 440 yard relay, and also in the mile relay. New Multiple Choice Quiz Perhaps you remember the last multiple choice quiz you took in the Hi-Recorder. If you didn't score very well on it, here is your chance to make up for it. Choose the best answer for each of these questions. 1. You are walking through a grocery store, and you stop to admire the giant pyramid display of pork and bean cans. Then you accidently knock it over. You (a) turn to the person behind you and scream, "Way to go, nincompoop!" (b) go to the store .manager and explain that you suffer from a strange phobia which your doctors Science Field Trips Prove Inspirational By Dan Pomeroy In the past weeks field trips have been the center of attention in the CHS Science Department. Three weeks ago the two classes of Advanced Biology trekked off to Ames and the Iowa State Veterinary Department. We left at 7:30 a.m. and arrived at the Veterinary Clinics. We then toured both of these clinics and dispersed to various places for lunch. In tne afternoon we reassembled and rode out to the Veterinary Medical Research Institute for a final tour. We arrived back in Carroll at about 4:30 p.m. Many thanks are due to Dr. Blohm who helped to arrange the trip for us, the Veterinary Department members who toured us and answered all our questions, and to our faithful bus driver, Cal Edwards, who transported us to, around, and from Ames. On April 5th the Physics class took a field trip to Des Moines, Leaving at 12:45 p.m. we toured the Des Moines Center for Science and Industry. Here the center point of interest was the Foucault pendulum which proves the Earth's rotation. We then proceeded to the Veteran's Memorial Auditorium to view the hundreds of science exhibits at the 16th Annual Hawkeye State Science Fair. Mr. Harold Yoesel, our instructor, served as a judge in the Physics division. We arrived back in Carroll at about 10:30 p.m. If I had to pick one word to describe these field trips it would be. inspirational. One student walked away from the biology field trip assured she was going to apply for the Veterinary Clinic, after graduation. Several of the Physics students were so inspired by the many projects made by high school students at the Science Fair they pledged to themselves to enter some type of project in next year's Fair. Indeed, field trips are very unique educational tools. They are not only educational but also enjoyable and inspirational in the same process. have linked to cans of pork and beans, (c) tell the people around you, who are staring at you, that you are doing an experiment dealing with dented cans, (d) run. 2. You are desperate for a date to the prom, which is three days away. You (a) take over as chairman of prom arrangements and mysteriously lose track of all decorations, food and the band, (b) organize a raffle, with a 1974 Corvette as the prize, and in order to collect the prize, the winner must have you as a date, (c) go to the library and check out "I Was A Teen-Age Prom Site Arsonist". 3. You have just lost fifty dollars in a card game. As you are going home, you remember that your mother gave you the money to make a payment on the new car. You (a) go home and tell your mother that someone stole the car, then say, "Oh well, it was a dumb car anyway." (b) go home and say, "Mom, if you had your choice of any way to lose fifty dollars, how would you do it?", and hope she gets the hint, (c) go back to the card game and explain that you never knew you were playing for money, (d) go to Des Moines and look up Wolfgang Thrundt, and check out his Chevrolets. 4. You discover that you are reading question number four of a multiple choice test which is neither funny or worthwhile. You (a) tell yourself that you fell for this whole thing last time, (b) scream, (c) decide to find out why they keep putting these stupid things in the paper, (d) run. and Bill Evans as guest speakers, and Dan Pomeroy as master of ceremonips (This article doesn't tell very much about the prom. The junior class hopes everyone is curious enough to come and see it all for themselves, April 26, at the Elks!) Lunch Menus Tuesday, April 16 - Chicken fried steak, com, carrot sticks, bread and butter, cherry topped cake, milk, Wednesday, April 17 - Orange juice, beef stew with vegetables, cheese slices, pear half, bread and butter, brownie, milk. Thursday, April 18 - Orange grapefruit juice, pizzaburgers, potato sticks, fruited jello, sandwich cookie, milk. Friday, April 19 - Tuna lettuce salad, cheese slices, peas, cinnamon rolls, peaches, milk. To Wed ... A June 15 wedding is being planned by Debra Kemming, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kemming, and Jon Hagge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Hagge, all of Cedar Falls. Miss Kemming is employed by the Cedar Falls Utilities. Her fiance is a student at the University of Northern Iowa and employed at the Hy-Vee Store in Cedar Falls. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Hagge and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hamann, all of Carroll. Fortnightly Club Holds Luncheon WESTSIDE - On April 3, the Fortnightly Club had a noon luncheon at the Elks Lounge in Carroll. There 11 members present. Following the luncheon, a short business meeting was held. After the meeting, they toured the Villa Motel and Carroll telephone office. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Willis Peterson's on May 1. The monthly meeting of the West side Cemetery Association was held April 2. Hostesses were Anna Rickers, Mrs. Freda Boege, and Arlene Voege. Nineteen Nineteen members and one guest were present. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Lena Gottsch. The hostesses for the May meeting will be Mrs. Carolyn Jensen and Lorna Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jans of Westside went to Velmond, Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Bart Saylor and Maria. Enroute they stopped in Pocahontas to pick up their son. Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wenzel and Sylvia of Westside spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Nixon in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Al Dentlinger of Westside spent the weeken with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Welte, Lisa and Chad, at Louisville, Nebraska. On their return home they were evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lally and Cheryl of Arion. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eagge of Westside attended the wedding of Mrs. Hagge's sister, Diane Mahnke and Steve Botos at Missouri Valley. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Meredith and Mrs. Raymond Rickers went to Des Moines. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Petersen, and Helena Peterson attended the wedding and reception of Debra Nelson and Ronald Schwaller at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Ute. Helena Peterson returned Wednesday after spending the week in the Howard Gayer Rome in Alton. KC Award Presented to Johnny Soyer Johnny Soyer of Sioux Falls, S.D., formerly of Carroll, received the Frank Owens Award at a banquet following ceremonies April 7 at the Knights of Columbus hall in Sioux Falls at which Rep. Frank Denholm (D-S.D.) was speaker. The award is given in memory of Frank Owens and has been an annual presentation by the Knights since his death in 1948. Soyer has been a member of the Knights of Columbus since October, 1951, was crowned king of the 1973 Mardi Gras and currently serves as trustee for the organization. He is a member of Christ the King parish, where he is head usher and in the choir at the church and a member of the parish council. He also belongs to O'Gorman High School's Booster Club and the Elks. Soyer is employed as a dispatcher for Cengas and plays with the Phil James Combo. He is on the board of, directors of Musicians Local 114. He and his wife have three children. 4-H Health Clinic Set for Apr. 23 The annual Carroll County Girls' 4-H Health Clinic will be held Tuesday, April 23, in the Des Moines Area Community College School of Nursing, southeast of SL Anthony Regional Hospital at 7:30 p.m. All girls participating are requested to'register by 7 p.m. All Carroll County girls enrolled in 4-H are eligible to attend. A complete physical examination will be given, including a vision test and dental examination. Medical examinations will be given by doctors of the Carroll Medical Society assisted by student nurses. Mrs. Roland Lickteig, Mrs. Patrick Rush and Mrs. Doris Snyder will give the vision test. Dr. Robert Langenfeld and Dr. L. B. Westendorf will give the dental check. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, April 13, 1974 June Wedding . . . Announcement of the engagement and forthcoming marriage of Linda Brown and James Birch is made by her parents, Mrs. Evelyn Brown and Orval Brown, both of Perry. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll H. Birch of Carroll. The wedding will take place at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Perry, June 22. Miss Brown is employed by General Electric in Carroll and her fiance, by Garst and Thomas at Coon Rapids. Mrs. Spafford Hosts Daughter AUBURN — Mrs. John Snyder and sons of Minnetonka, Minn, have been guests of her mother, Mrs. Zillah Spafford. Mrs. Ai Walrod and Mrs. C. E. Brown were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walrod and Penny at Sioux City. Walter Oestreich of Auburn and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kent of Lake City were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ttepsen, Sioux City on Friday Mrs. Mabel Schug and Gayleen were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mrs. Edith Clark at Newell. AUXILIARY MEETINli Maurice Dunn Unit No. 7, American Legion Auxiliary, will meet at the Legion hall Tuesday, April 16, at 8 p.m. There will be entertainment After the general meeting. Mrs. John Beyerink Jr., president, urges all Auxiliary members to attend. To Become Bride . . .Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Long of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter Christy to Clyde Neumayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Neumayer of Breda. The couple plans to be married July 27 at St. Lawrence Church. Wilsons to Attend IPA Convention The Daily Times Herald will be represented by Mr. and Mrs. James W. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Wilson and James B. Wilson, at the annual convention of the Iowa Press Association at the Hotel Fort Des Moines in Des Moines, April 18-19-20. Featured speakers include Prof. Walter Brovald, of the University of Minnesota, who will tell of "99 ways to make your newspaper newsier." William Ansley, advertising director of the Elk City, Okla., Daily News will also address the convention. A highlight of the meeting will be the presentation of Master Editor-Publisher awards, at the convention's annual banquet. Leo Mores, Harlan publisher and a former winner of the award, will make the presentation. John D. Field, Hamburg Reporter, is president of the newspaper group which includes 40 daily and 342 weekly and semi-weekly newspapers. Manning Picks 4 Boys Staters MANNING — Four young men from the Manning High School have been selected to represent Manning at Boys State. Selections made by the various organizations are: American Legion - Lynn Mork: Chamber of Commerce - Tom Handlos; Rotary - Peter Croghan; and the Jaycees Allen Stribe. First alternate is Craig Rothfolk and second alternate is Mark Rowedder. These young men, all members of the junior class, will participate in a week of study of government at Camp Dodge in Des Moines. Election of officers for the V.F.W. post 3517 of Manning was held on April 2. Members elected to fill the slate of officers are commander - Leo Willenborg; senior vice commander - Calvin Stammer; junior vice commander - Allen Ehlers; quartermaster - John Miller advocate - Richard Crandall; chaplain - Jack Borkowski; surfteon - Duane Wegner; and three year trustee - Louie Boell. 0 * INVITATIONS * NAPKINS. BOOKS * THANK YOU NOTES A complete win pleiM mij Brife, 7* the prieea an noton*. STONE'S 110 W. 6th— Carroll Calendar MONDAY- Holy Spirit Women's Guild Xi Gamma Pi, Mrs. Doran Brogden Carroll Woman's Bowling Assn., 8 p.m., Red Carpet Newman Study Club, Mrs. D. J. Casey Rainbow Girls Q.B.C. Club, Mrs. Darwin Petersen TUESDAY Legion Auxiliary Epsilon Chi, Villa Gay Nine T's, Mrs. David! Schroeder Community Club, Mrs. Ed Lenz A. B. Club, Mrs. R. J. Clark Golden Circle bridge Spela Kort, Mrs. James Kanne Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Patrick Lehman Players 8, Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Leo Berning F.N.W. Euchre Club, Mrs. Margaret Sapp Town and Country UIUD, Mrs. Christina Taphorn WEDNESDAY U.M.W. Circles: I and II, Methodist Church; III, Mrs. Robert Winjum; IV, Mrs. H. B. Carroll; V, Mrs. Edward Hanneman Variety Club, Mrs. Gerald Tigges Dealers 9, Mrs. Eugene Havermann Crazy 8's, Mrs. David McCoy High Bidders, Mrs. L. B. Westendorf H. G. Club, Mrs. Theodore Potthoff Chit-Chat Club, Mrs. Larry Baumhover Q.N.O. Club, Mrs. Martin Greteman Golden Circle euchre Church Circle Sees Easter Art Ruth Circle of the Methodist Church met at the home of Mable Weems on April 5, with 13 members present. Alice Moore opened the meeting with a reading "Living Water." The dish cloths have been received and will be sold at 40 cents each. The circle received an invitation to view a display of quilts and methods used in the work at the First United Methodist Church in Carroll on April 19. May Opperman showed slides "Easter in the Arts" showing paintings of Jesus' entry into Jerusalem until the resurrection. The next meeting May 13 will be at the home of Alice Moore. Members of the Elizabeth Circle of the Methodist church met April 4 at the home of Marge Miller. Roll call was answered with "A Family Easter Custom or Poem". Marilyn Esher presented the lesson "Easter and Lenten Season." Guest Day at the general meeting will be on April 14 with the Manilla and Gray women invited. The next meeting will be at Diane Campbell's with Sharon Kelderman in charge of the lesson. Chapter IS PEO met at the home of Joan Hornberger on April 4. One new member was initiated. Wava Lorenzen presented the program "Easter in the Arts." There were two guests present, Mrs. Marjorie Barclay of Brooklyn, Iowa and Mrs. Gretchen Dinsdale of Palmer, Neb. The evening closed with lunch ser-ed by the hostess. YOUR LUXURIOUS NEW NOW-SAT. APRIL 13 EVIS.CONT.MOM7i00 Young love takes the helm and DAD FLIPS OUT! WWLT DISNEY & PRODUCTIONS TECHNICOLOR O 1973 Watt Disney Productions CI967 Walt Dune* Productions SUNDAY THRU TUES EVIS. AT 7,00 1 9:00 SUN. MAT. 2:00 P.M. JOHN HOUSIMAN •EST SUPPORTING ACTO* IN Two Showers Are Given for Future Bride Joyce Heithoff, who will marry Phil Simons on May 18, was honored at two bridal showers this weeek. About 22 guests attended a Wednesday evening party at the home of Mrs. Glenn Heithoff. Other hostesses were Mrs. Gene Heithoff, Mrs. Tom Boes, Mrs. Keith Dorpinghaus and Mrs. Delbert Morenz. Miss Heithoff's former co-workers at Deluxe Cleaners and Launderers gave a shbwer for her Tuesday -evening at Mrs. Douglas Maxon's home. There were ten guests. Pink and white, the bride- elect's colors, were used in decorations at both parties. Parents of the future bride and groom are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Heithoff and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simons. Capt. Brus and Unit Cited U.S. Air Force Capt. Robert A. Brus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold H. Brus, Manning, is a member of the Air Training Command's outstanding information office for 1973. Capt. Brus is information officer at Randolph AFB, Tex., for the 12th Flying Training Wing. The capt. and his fellow workers were cited for their excellence in carrying out the command's information program objectives while supporting the over-all Air Force mission. Capt. Brus, a 1962 graduate of Manning High School, received a B.A. degree in journalism in 1966 from Drake Univeristy, Des Moines, where he was commissioned through the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps program. His wife, Judy, is the daughter of Mrs. Hazel Bandow of Manilla. Hays Wins Officer Award John D. Hays, formerly of Carroll, a patrolman with the Grand Island police department, received the Outstanding Student Award during graduation ceremonies at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Academy on April 5. Hays was one of 31 students graduating from the 19th basic training session of the academy. The award is based on high grades, good personal habits and personality, personal and professional conduct and attitude. He is married to the former Eilene Kock, also of Carroll. LOSE 10-20-JO POUNDS! Easy To Lose Lbs. Fast With New Vitamin'['Diet HOLLYWOOD (Special i- New scientific discoveries have produced a Vitamin E diet that quickly works wonders on overweight people, and reportedly is gaining great popularity across the country with glowing reports of easy weight loss "while still eating almost as much as you want." Those who follow the simple Vitamin E diet report an average loss of at (east a pound a day and even more without exercise or starvation. Nutritionists' files are bulging with happy testimonials from formerly overweight people who are now trim and slim again. Best of all, you can still eat almost as much as you want of the "forbidden foods" like steak chicken, fish, sauces, gravies bacon & eggs and still lose weight. Chewable icandv-likei vitamin E tablets, as'used in the diet plan, contain a new scientific combination of ingredients that quickly curbs and controls the appetite while also giving the wonderous benefits of Vitamin E which is so essential to good health The usc.of the new Vitamin k Diet tablets and foods prescribed in the plan will through natural action, act to help your body use up excess fat. According to recent clinical test, a person who is deficient in Vitamin E or Protein "will double the speed of fat utilization" with the use of vitamin E. E-DIET AVAILABLE To get a copy of this highly successful diet and E Tablets sendI $5.00 for 10 day supply <or $7.00 for 20 day supply or $10.00 for 30 dav suppl? to Vita-K Diet. Dept. JT* ,526 Burbank Blvd.. North Ho lywood.Cal. 91601 (Unconditional money-back guarantee if not satisfiedi.

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