Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 20, 1974 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Carroll, Iowa
Issue Date:
Saturday, April 20, 1974
Page:
Page 6
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

Carroll Hi-Recorder Vat, 21 Published by the Students of Carroll High School Carroll, Iowa, Daily Times Herald, Saturday. April 20. 1974 No. 30 Congressman Speaks at CHS On Tuesday, April 16. Congressman William Scherle visited Carroll High School, and had an informal discussion with about thirty students that afternoon. The discussion period lasted forty-five minutes. After Scherle was introduced, he stated that the group was free to discuss any topic with him. and that he would try to answer any questions presented to him. He then went on to give the students some brief background Person You Should Know By Marlene White Running to an early newspaper or prom meeting, or trying to make it to singing practice, you might catch a quick glimpse of Vicki Bernholtz, this week's person you should know. Recently Vicki has been selected to go to Girl's State to be held this summer, June 9-15. When asked her reaction to being selected she said, "I feel none of us knows enough about our government or how it works, and I hope to learn more this summer at UNI." But besides being involved in this she writes a weekly column in the Hi-Recorder entitled "A Little Bit of Everything," participates in Mixed Chorus, Girls Glee, Swing Choir II, and is in several small groups for the Swing Show. When she takes time out, her favorite pastime is spending it at their family's cabin, going swimming, or water skiing during the summer or snowmobiling during the winter. When I asked her what changes she would like to see for Carroll High in the future she replied, "A new school or even an addition is badly needed in Carroll. People have really go to face that even if a new school wouldn't affect them directly, it would .definitely better our community. Until we do get better facilities we'll have to rely on our teachers and our desire to learn. If we have these, we have the basics of a great education." information about himself. Scherle described his life in Washington, his family, and his education. Several students then asked Scherle questions. The topics discussed as a result of their questions included college education costs. Watergate, crime rates, legislature and court processes, and the Nixon administration. Faculty members present at the session were Roger Trachsel, Dave Nieland. and George Fair, principal. Vicki Bernholtz Vicki, after her high school education would like to go into special education. She would like to work at Camp Sunnyside during the summer or at some other camp for the handicapped. I think we might all agree that Vicki, like the title of her newspaper column, is into a little bit of everything, and just a nice person you might get to know. A Little Bit of Everything By Vicki Bernholtz After five days of schoolwork and tedious study, you deserve a long, lazy weekend. Now, what to do with that weekend is up to you, but my weekend usually goes like this: Take any ordinary Saturday night as an example. It takes a while to decide which one of my friends can get a car. (Awhile meaning from about after school Friday night until Saturday around 6:30 p.m.) After that decision is made, we have to decide on a departure time. If 7:30 is the time set, that means 8:30, this must always be kept in mind. From then on the night might go something like this: 8:30 — last person picked up 8:31 —now where? 8:32 — decide to beat the drag for a while 9:00 — everyone is hungry 9:01 — where do we eat ? 9:30 — we decide to go to Ants & Worms 9:40 to 10:00 — place order (separate tickets, please) 10:10> — receive order 10:30 — stop for gas, make collection for money 10:31 — come up with a grand total of 11 cents 10:32 — gas station attendant smiles, or tries to 10:35 — on the road again 10:36 — someone yells to stop changing the radio stations 10:40 —now where? 10:50 — we head out to the bowling alley 10:51 — decide that as long as we are there, we will bowl 11:30 — game over, score of 43? 11:35 — leave bowling alley, develop a case of munchies 11:40 —stop at B&H 11:50 —leave B&H 11:51" — beat the drag one more time, then head home 11:59 — make it home before 12:00, mother faints Well...that's one of my typical Saturday nights. Well worth waiting for, wouldn't you say? The World War II Class By Laurie Jones As the 9:30 bell rings, the juniors and seniors of the World War II class take their places. The instructor, Mr. Edwards, glances at his desk in hopes Mark Wilkins, who is in bachelor survival first period, has left him some freshly baked (or burned) goodies. After a quick head count, and having Sue Comito put away her apple, the "big war" is ready to be fought. The class is structured in a question and answer type session. However it is not strictly this, for class periods are varied by book reports and film strips. The course not only explores the war itself, but the course also looks for the causes of the war and its relationship to the present world. Towards the end of the class, the students are enlightened about the experiences of Mr. Edwards, as a child, living in the midst of days of Kool-Aid without sugar. Roundtahle Reflections Members of the cast of "Bye, Bye, Birdie" would like to thank Mr. Malett and the Pit Orchestra members for their hard work. Congratulations are also extended to the boys' golf team who won the Carroll Golf Invitational Saturday, April 13. Anyone want twins? Just marry into Joni Ocken's family! PICTURED WITH Congressman William Scherle, who visited C.H.S. on Tuesday, are. from left: LuAnn Miller. Scherle. Jeff Jung, and Randy Dvorak. Question of Week What changes could improve the Hi-Recorder? More participation at meetings, more students come and give their ideas. Articles sometimes neglect all people in school and deal with small cliques instead of the entire student bodv. The staff tries to do all they can to have a variety of articles and try to include everyone in school. But if the students don't try to participate this is impossible. EXAMPLE: A lot of times when the question of the week is taken to study hall no one signs i,t or they write unpublishable answers. Remember anyone at Carroll High can write an article nol just members of the staff, and also anyone can be a member of Hi-Recorder. Try to get more people involved in the paper and ask different people to answer the question of the week instead of the same people all the time. Have more articles about the students in the school instead of the same type of articles every week. Make the question of the week more interesting so maybe more people will answer it. The Hi-Recorder needs more people participating in it to make it more interesting. More editorials, and people-stories, not just reporting about events, but about people. I'm not on the staff but I know from the people on the staff that it is a lot of work . if some of the students realized this and contributed some of their effort maybe the Hi-Recorder could reflect more of the student body. Rath-Greving Wedding at St. Lawrence The marriage of Patricia Rath and Frank Greving of Carroll was solemnized at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, April 20. at St. Lawrence Church here, with the Rev. James McAlpin officiating at the double ring rite. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berning of Breda and was given in marriage by her father. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. B.H. Greving of Carroll. Mrs. Duane Greving was matron of honor and Mrs. James Kjosa. bridesmatron. Attending the groom were Duane Greving as best man and Melvin Greving. groomsman. Gary Handles and Mr. Kjosa were ushers. Two hundred guests were entertained at a reception at St. Augustine's auditorium in Hal bur. Mr. and Mrs. Greving will make their home at 1020 Quint Avenue. Carroll. Mr. Greving is associated with his father in Greving Shelling and Trucking of Carroll. Joann E. Wed in TEMPLETON — Joann Eleanor Fuchs and Richard Kotan, both of Omaha, Neb., were married there at 1 p.m. Saturday. April 20. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fuchs of Templeton and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kotan of Omaha. The double ring rite took place in Our Lady of Nebraska Chapel at St. Cecilia's Cathedral, with the Rev. Donald Shane officiating. Attending the couple were her sister. Mrs. George Brincks. and Pete Mortensen Jr. Theresa Stroh was organist and Susan Kruse. "vocal soloist. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, April 20, 1974 Miss Behrens and Paul Reiling Wed Bride-elect . . . Mr. and Mrs. Arby Neppel of Carroll annci nee the engagement of their daughter, Ruth Ann, to Daniel J. Lally, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lally of Vail. Vows will be spoken Aug. 24 at Holy Angels Church, Roselle. Miss Neppel is employed at the Commercial Savings Bank and her fiance farms. Fuchs Omaha ROSELLE — Exchanging nuptial vows April 20 in Holy Angels Church here were Nancy Behrens. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Behrens of Carroll, and Paul Reiling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Reiling of Lake View. The Rev. Richard Macke officiated. Honor attendants were the couple's sister and brother, Mrs. Jamc;s Kill and Jerry Reiling. Mrs. Jerry Reiling was bridcsmatron and Daryl Behrens, the bride's brother, groomsman. Joan Grote and Nancy Reiling were Flower girls. Gary Behrens was lector at the 1 p.m. double ring wedding. Mass servers were Ardan Bohrens and'Dwight Reiling; Allan and Jayne Reiling and Brian Behrens carried offertory gifts. Ushers were John Behrens and Steve Reiling. Music was provided by Sr. Louise Ann Meyer, organist, the senior choir and guitarists Barb and Gail Eischeid. The bride's parents gave her in marriage before an altar graced with matching bouquets of yellow snapdragons and white daisies bowed with olive sauu i luuuu. She wore a long-sleeved gown of nylon organ/a trimmed with lace and pearls. Chantilly lace edged the A-line dress and train that fell from the Sabrina neckline. Her bouffant illusion veil was secured by a headpiece trimmed with seed pearl clusters. Yellow miniature roses accented her crescent bouquet of white Marguerite daisies. White lace and olive ribbon enhanced her attendants' dresses of frostie lemon double knit polyester. They carried clutch bouquets of white daisies amid clouds of yellow statice. Three hundred guests were entertained at a reception in the parish hall from 2 until 4 p.m. The bride graduated from Kuemper High School in 1973 and the groom, from Lake View-Auburn High School in 1972. Before her marriage she was employed by Farmland Foods, Inc. The groom is employed at Lake View by Neil Richardson Implement. They will live on Route 1. Lake View, after a week's trip to the Ozarks. Tiger Heinrichs-Blum Talk Vows Repeated By Jerry Fleshner The annual Carroll Relays were held Tuesday the sixteenth at the Carroll Athletic field. There were fourteen teams competing in two classes with seven teams in each class. In the Class A meet the Tigers took second place behind Fort Dodge St. Edmond. Fort Dodge lead for most of the meet while Carroll started off poorly but came up later in the evening to take over second. After the final race StEdmonds had66 points while Carroll had 57''2 points. Coming in third was Jefferson with 46. Two bright spots for Carroll were the 440 relay and shuttle hurdle teams. First place was earned in a tight race in the 440 relay by runners Ted Nam, Mike Cattermole, Jeff Petersen and Rick Beyer. Shuttle Hurdlers Pete Marz, Lonny Lehrkamp, Steve Harnack and Dave Olson took first place with a time of 1:01.8. This time broke the Carroll relays records and just missed breaking the school record by two seconds. Deb Richardson was crowned as the Relays Queen. Last Tuesday the girls golf team dropped their first meet of the season to Audubon. Previously they were 3-0 and now they still hold an impressive 3-1 record. Lunch Menu Monday, April 22 — Ravioli, cheese slices. coleslaw, applesauce, bread and butter, peanut butter bar, milk. Tuesday. April 23 — Orange Juice, hot dogs, corn, apricots, bread and butter, chocolate chip oatmeal cookie, milk. Wednesday, April 24 - Turkey and gravy. mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, bread and butter, peaches, milk. Thursday, April 25 - Orange Juice, maidrites, potato sticks, green beans, frosted fruit bar. milk. Friday, April 26 — Orange Juice, submarine sandwich, tri-taters, strawberry shortcake, milk. TOURISTS GO RAFTING MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica (AP) — Rafting is one of the most popular visitor attractions in Jamaica. The first rafting site in Port Antonio was such a success that another site was opened on the North Coast, at Martha Brae near Falmouth, a 30-minute drive east of Montego Bay. The one-hour trip on a 30-foot bamboo raft is under the supervision of the Jamaica Tourist Board and the rafts are piloted by skilled, licensed raft captains. Sharla Heinrichs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heinrichs of Maple River, became the bride of Dwight Bluml. son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bluml of Carroll, at St. Francis Church in Maple River on Saturday. April 20. Altar bouquets of white gladioli and pink carnations set the color theme for the double ring ceremony, performed at 1 p.m. by the Rev. Richard Birdsall. Geri Lynn Tigges. organist, played the nuptial music. Bob Casey was lector; mass servers were Steve Heinrichs and Rick Kasperbauer. Sisters of the bride were her attendants, including Sara Heinrichs as maid of honor. Mrs. Jim Riesberg of Breda. Mrs. Ron Langel of Templeton and Mrs. Ron Smouse of Springfield, Mo. Flower girl was the groom's sister. Dawn Bluml. who carried pink and white flowers in her basket. Attending the groom were Duane Bluml and Scott Heinrichs, brothers of the couple, Allan Quandt and Joe Espenhover. Sam Heinrichs and Dean Bluml, also brothers, served as ushers. For her spring wedding the bride chose a gown of white dacron sheer and Cluny lace, fashioned with a high ruffled neckline, basque bodice, bishop sleeves and A-line skirt that swept to an aisle-wide train. A lace Camelot cap that matched her dress secured her shoulder veil of lace-edged illusion. Her bouquet was a cascade of white daisy pompons and pink pixie carnations aroid a cloud of baby's breath. She was given in marriage by her father. Similar to the bride's dress were those of candy pink dacron organza worn by her attendants. White picture hats trimmed with candy pink ribbon completed their ensembles. Each carried a cluster of white carnations and pink baby's breath. The reception for 325 guests was held from 2 until 4 p.m. at the Legion hall in Breda. Mr. and Mrs. Bluml are Kuemper High School graduates and the groom also attended Briar Cliff college. The bride is employed by- General Electric at Carroll and Mr. Bluml. by Arcadia Limestone at Arcadia. They will live at 715'a North Adams Street. Carroll. Calendar SATURDAY— Golden Circle MONDAY— Holy Spirit Women's Guild County Legion Auxiliary. Glidden Round Table, 6:30 p.m.. Elk's Club Girl Scout Leaders annual meeting Rebekah Lodge Challengers, Mrs. Glennie Prince W.B.C. Club, Mrs. Darwin Bunger Q.B.C. Club, Mrs. Darwin Petersen Tuesday- Chapter EB, P.E.O., Mrs. A. J.Hjelle Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. Norman Bluml Double Four, Mrs. Zita Hulsebus J.L.C., Mrs. Delbert Montgomery Golden Circle bridge Pla-Mor, Mrs. 0. H. Juergens A.B.C. Club, Mrs. William Anderson F.F.F. Club, Mrs. Ruth Vanderheiden Honorettes, Mrs. David McHugh Jollyettes, Mrs. James Neil B.F.F. Club, Mrs. Merle Vetter E.S. P. Club, Mrs. G. W. Harnack Newcomers coffee, 9:30 a.m.. Court House. WEDNESDAY— Friends of Library Artist's Tea, 2 p.m.. Elk's Club Little Flower Study Club, Mrs. Robert Pudenz Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Albert Janssen Toastmistress, Derby UPW Circles: Morning, Mrs. John Grey; Afternoon, Church; Evening, Mrs. Robert. Woodhouse. G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Clarence Brinker Golden Circle euchre Variety Club, Mrs. uerald Tigges The bride's father gave her in marriage. Her empire gown of ala-mode and lace was styled with a Victorian collar, sheer yoke and Camelot sleeves. Lace appliques and a wide hemline ruffle enhanced the A-line skirt and cgee bark train. Her veil fell in tiers from a headpiece of floral Venice lace and satin ribbons. A detachable white orchid was featured in her bouquet of white carnations and yellow roses. The empire style dress of blue chiffon worn by Mrs. Brincks had a lace bib front. Victorian collar and bishop sleeves. She wore a flower headpiece and carried white carnations and yellow spider mums tied with blue and yellow ribbon. The church altar was decorated with blue carnations and white spider mums. Following the wedding. 125 guests were entertained at a reception from 2 until 4:30 at 1920 South 44th Street. Omaha. Mrs. Kotan received her education at Kuemper High School. Carroll, and is employed by Sieg Nebraska Company. The groom was educated at St. Cecilia's Cathedral and is an engineer with Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Omaha. After a week's honeymoon at Orlando. Fla., their address will be 1345 South 76th Street. No. 5. Omaha Neb.. 68124. Pickhinke-Welch Nuptials inOmaha Chirst the King Catholic Church in Omaha, Neb., was the setting for the April 20 wedding of Janet Marie Pickhinke and Gordon Joseph Welch, both of Omaha. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton E. Pickhinke of Carroll; the groom is a son of Judge Lawrence F. Welch of Duchesne, Utah. The Rev. William Hettinger officiated at the 1 p.m. double ring ceremony that was followed by a reception for 100 guests at the Radisson Blackstone Hotel in Omaha. Diane K. Pickhinke of Omaha was her sister's maid of honor and another sister. Mrs. Jerome Collison. also of Omaha, bridesmatron. Attending the groom were his brother. Larry E. Welch, as best man and Thomas Kutilek, both of Omaha. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Guests were ushered by Jerome Collison and John Fitzpatrick. both of Omaha. Organist was Mrs. Evelyn Letter. The bride chose an ivory silk organza gown featuring a crescent waistline. Re-embroidered Alencon lace MissWiederien Weds Dan Nees The wedding of Donna Wiederien and Dan Nees took place in Holy Spirit Church here at 12:30 p.m. Saturday. April 20. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wiederien and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nees. all of rural Carroll. Officiating at the double ring rite was the Rt. Rev. Msgr. LeoLenz, V.F. Mrs. Don Nepple was her sister's maid of honor. Also attending the bride were another sister, Mrs. Ron Clausen, and the groom's sister. Joan Nees. Tom Snyder was best man; groomsmen were Mr. Nepple and the groom's brother, Tom Nees. Flower Slides Shown at Club MANNING — Lois Struve showed slides of flowers at the Friendly Neighbors Club meeting at the home of Florence Karstens April 11. Roll, call was answered by the members with "If I were Queen for a Day I'd..." Lola Ahrendsen reminded members of the bloodmobile at the American Legion on April 22.Later the women played quiz games. The next meeting will be on May 16 at the home of Rachael Steinke. The Busy Thimble of the Presbyterian church met April 14 in the church basement, with fourteen members present. Minnie Jensen gave a reading on Easter. Ushers were the couple's brothers. Bill Wiederien and Steve Nees. Mr. Wiederien gave his daughter in marriage. Her empire-style gown of white Chantilace was designed with an A-line skirt swept to a chapel train, and bishop sleeves with pointed cuffs. A double veil of pearl-trimmed scalloped illusion drifted from a forward headpiece of lace and illusion petals. She carried blue roses, white carnations and baby's breath as a cascade bouquet. A-line dresses of powder blue double knit were worn by her attendants. Square white collars framed the V-necklines. Their bouquets featured white carnations surrounded by blue flowers. Mums and carnations in white and blue decorated the altar. Nuptial music was provided by Gail Reicks and Marilyn Brincks, organists; Kris Meyer, Linda Knobbe, Donna Seidl, Joyce Staiert, Laurie Seidl and Jackie Tigges, vocalists. After a reception for 300 guests at the Red Carpet Lounge, held from 2 until 4 p.m.. the. couple left for a week's trip to Colorado and Kansas. They will live on Route 2, Carroll. The bride and groom are 1971 and 1973 graduates, respectively, of Kuemper High School. Mrs. Nees has worked at Carroll Typewriter Service and will be employed at General Electric. Her husband is an employee of Rotert Construction, Halbur. Mrs. Gordon Welch fashioned the cape-collar and motifs of the same lace accented the skirt that swept into a chapel train. A profile headpiece held her double illusion mantilla trimmed in matching lace. Her attendants wore long-sleeved gowns in light aqua, designed with raised inverted "V" waists and modified cowl necklines. The former Miss Pickhinke graduated from Kuemper High School in 1963 and received a B.A. degree from St. XavierCollege.Chicago, in 1967. She is a staff artist in p'ablic relations with Northwestern Bell Telephone Company in Omaha. Mr. Welch attended Creighton University and the University of Omaha and is employed by Crccker Claims Service also of Omaha. They will live at 4126 North 60th Street, Omaha. 68104, aft^r a two-week southern trip. * INVITATIONS * NAPKINS, BOOKS * THANK YOU NOTES A complete vifl pint* mrj Brifc, 7* the prices we i STONE'S HOW. 6th—Carroll

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page