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i—: J4it ion Kathy Reinders E.H.S. Kathy is wearing a white mohair sweater withbright blue elastic waisted knit pants. The shirt worn under the sweater is white with blue and pink flowers to match the pants. The layered look is in, so come to McCleary's to pick out your outfit. BY Sweater — Garland Pants — Red Eye Shirt — Wrangler WcCL IN ESTHERVILLE WWW Lunch Menu MONDAY, DEC. 11 Chili, Carrot sticks, Fruit, Cornbread - honey topping, >/ 2 pint milk. TUESDAY, DEC. 12 Meat Pie, Lettuce salad, Glorified rice, Brownie, l h pint milk. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13 Hamburger patti on bun, Buttered corn, Peach sauce, Ginger creams, '/ 2 Pint milk. THURSDAY, DEC. 14 Italian spaghetti, School baked French bread, Cole slaw, Applesauce, '/2 pint milk. FRIDAY, DEC. 15 Oven fried fish, Tri-taters, Fruit cup, Blueberry muffin, V2 pink milk. Attends Clinic Members of GRA attended a wrestling clinic last Thursday. Coach Brainerd, with the assistance of Greg McDonald and Jim Fitzgerald, explained lo the girls "how to watch a wrestling meet." Coach Brainerd explained the scoring technique by using different moves, such as a takedown, reverse, near pin, pin, and more. Compile Recipes For Cookbook The office education class under the direction of Ms. Mary Jane Green are compiling a cookbook as a duplication project using the ditto machine. The cookbook named "Holiday Helpers" is beingpre- pared by the 16 members of the class. The cookbook is made up of favorite recipes of the faculty of E.H.S. and two recipes from each girl. The book is being divided into six parts. Those parts are Breads, Main Dishes, Desserts and Frostings, Cookies and bars, salads, and Candies and beverages. The 0. E. class hopes to have the cookbook ready sometime this week. The cost of the cookbook is $1. The cookbook will contain 70 to 75 recipes on pages that have been aptly decorated. Madrigal Practicing for their Dec. 21 concert are: seated accompanist, Peggy Higley, row 1 from left Jean Sampson, Kymn Yule, Karen Hauck, Mary Boggess, Kathy Bunge, LuAnn Clague, Julie Henely. Row 2 from left Scott Kolilf, Jeff Fain, Eric Brink, Row 3 from left Doug Rapp, Mark Holmgren, and Robert Beaver. Madrigal is directed by Mr. Don Brown. Midgets to Host Storm Lake Tonite BY DENNIS ST. LAWRENCE The Midget basketball team will host Storm Lake here tonight. The Midgets are coming off a disappointing 63-62 loss to a good Cherokee team. The cagers had balanced scor­ ing against Cherokee with Bob Hartman leading the way with 17 points, followed by Rob Bothwell and Chris Rullestad each with 12, and Brian Guge with 10. The Midgets are 1-3 for the season and 0-3 in Lakes Conference play with their losses be­ ing by points. a combined margin of 9 The leading scorers for the Midgets are Rob Bothwell with 51 points and a 12.7 average; Bob Hartman, 47 points for an 11.7 average; and Brian Guge, Matmen Travel to Algona BY DENNIS ST. LAWRENCE The Estherville High School wrestling team will travel to Algona Saturday to take part in the Algona Wrestling Tournament. Teams included in the tournament are Algona, Cedar Falls, Clear Lake, Estherville, Perry, Storm Lake, and Central of Waterloo. The Midgets have a 0-3 record in dual meets after losing a heartbreaker to Emmetsburg 2620 Tuesday. The grapplersatone time had a 20-8 lead but then lost grip of its lead. Greg McDonald, wrestling at 132 placed second in the Car- New Books In Library Submitted by the Library Club THE NAKED RUNNER by Francis Clifford The story tells how Sam Laker reluctantly agrees to act as temporary unpaid agent for the West while on a business trip to East Germany. An appalling sequence of events turns him from the fatherly English businessman into a ruthless killer as he falls back on his World War II Intelligence experience. Laker, his son, Patrick, and Karen, a wartime comrade whom he still loves, are slowly drawn into a web of suspense and intrigue with a final twist that comments on what men can be driven to do for a cause. WHEN THE LEGENDS DIE by Hal Barland After the Ute Indian boy, Thomas Black Bull, has been betrayed both by his own people and by the white man, he dedicates himself to killing the legends that gave him his distinction and pride—and becomes a man without a dream, with emptiness inside him. The story of how he comes back, how he achieves regeneration and maturity— in large measure through the world of nature to which he returns— is one that is hard to leave and impossible to forget. BRIAN PICCOLO: A SHORT SEASON by Jeannie Morris Jeannie Morris has written an inspiring story of a Chicago Bear running back—Brian Piccolo— whose career was cut short, at age 26, by cancer. The background is football. The focus is a man whose record as a human being far exceeds any possible "record" in football. This is one of the fastest moving books in the library. * You rule.'' can't quit. It's a league — Brian Piccolo NOTE: We have a rack for paperback books and a new shipment is expected soon. Discussions Speech classes under the instruction of Ms. Sharon Karstens have started a unit of discussion. In this unit of discussion the classes will be discussing things that interest the class. roll Kuemper tournament as the Midgets finished seventh. Rick Johnson placed third at 138, while Mike Ryan, 105, PatClark- in, 112, Dennis St. Lawrence, 119, Dave Brobst, 126, and Jim Fitzgerald at 145 all finished fourth. The probable lineup for Saturday's tournament will be K. Sifrit, 98, M. Ryan, 105, P. Clarken, 112, D. St. Lawrence, 119, D. Brobst, 126, G. McDonald, 132, R. Johnson, 138, J. Fitzgerald, 145, R. Hood, 155, K. Sawyer, 167, C. Miner, 185, and Chuck Tostenson at heavyweight. Saturday's wrestling will startat 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 12, the wrestlers will host the Spirit Lake Indians in a dual meet with the J. V. getting under way at 6:45 and the Varsity at 8:00. Brit. Lit. Main Topic is Tales of King Arthur A variety of adventorous talcs of King Arthur and his experiences are presently being studied by the British Literature class. Studied are the following: Le Morte D'Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory, an early adaptation of the King Arthur tales and T. II. White's "The Once and Future King," a present day adaptation in a fairy tale style. The musical "Camelot" was based on this book. Finally the students are required to read children's stories about King Arthur to give them the tales' basic plot lines. 46 points for an 11.5 average. The Storm Lake Tornadoes are down somewhat from theii past dominance in the conference according to Estherville's coach, Mr. Hess. Storm Lake has a 2-2 record with wins over Sibley and Emmetsburg, and losses to Spencer and Carroll Kuemper. They are currently 2-1 in Lakes Conference play and are in third place. Tonight's game which begins at 8:00 will be the last home game for the Midgets until Jan. 5 when they meet Emmetsburg. Helween home events the cagers will play Sheldon, Spirit Lake, and participate in the Fairmont Invitational Tournament. E-Teens Get Into Christmas Spirit Dec. 11 On Monday, Nov. 27, the E- Teens sent Christmas cookies to servicemen. The girls met in the high school cafeteria and packaged a variety of cookies to be sent to the person of her choice. The cookies were packed in coffee cans to prevent breakage. Those participating were Kathy Bunge, Mary Sternberg, Gail Eide, Hence Peterson, Mary Burch, Joni Saul, and Sara Sprague. Ms. Becki Wheeler officiated. The E-Teens have planned a Christmas party for children on Dec. 11, in the cafeteria at 6:15. Gifts will be presented to the children by Santa Claus, games played, and they will have refreshments. THE PEPPER Edited by Students of Estherville High School Volume 51; No. 10 ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FRL, DEC 8, 1972 Page 5 Christmas Concert Dec. 21 BY DOUG RAPP The Estherville High School Vocal Music Department will present their annual Christmas concert Thursday, Dec. 21. The concert will be held at Roosevelt Auditorium. Groups performing under the direction of Mr. Don Brown will be the Varsity Chorus, the varsity Madrigal, the Sophomores Girls' Chorus, and the Sophomore Madrigal. Soloist Kim Yule will perform with the Varsity Chorus in "Pastores A' Belen." The Varsity Chorus, composed of 51 students, will sing "Angels Hovered 'Round," "O Come Let Us Sing Unto The Lord," "O Magnum Mysterium," and "White Christmas." The chorus will also sing "The Angels to the Shepherds," "Sleep, Little Tiny King," "Prayer on Christmas Eve," and "Here lehem." We Are In Beth- The Varsity Madrigal, composed of 17 students will sing three numbers. They include " 'Twas the Night Before Christmas," "Caroling, Caroling," and "We Wish You the Merriest." The Sophomore Madrigal will sing "Because All Men Are Brothers" accompanied by guitarists Lili Lyons, Cindy Frick and Dave Olson. Also included in the sophomore madrigal program will be "Zither Carol," "Do You Hear What 1 Hear," and "Scenes of Christmas." Three songs will be performed by the sophomore girls' chorus. They are "SingAllelulia," "Adoration of the Magi," and "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year." A trio composed of Jean Sampson, Kim Yule and Kathy Bun­ ge will sing "Twelve Days After Christmas." Accompanist for the Varsity Chorus is Peggy Higley. Accompanists for sophomores chorus are Marshiela Mooney, Cheryl Severson, Sue Kroenecke, and Mic Reynolds. There will be no charge, but a free will offering will be taken. Gov't. Studies Varied Subjects Government students are currently studying: Independent Regulatory Commissions, Independent Financial Agencies, the National Court System, and the American Empire. Classes consist of chapter quizes, and groupdiscussion. Requirement for the semester is a report on a current problem facing the United States. You CanH Fight It BY SCOTT SUNDE Gloria Steinem, Women's Lib., and Girls' basketball! Freedom to the fairer sex! Out of the kitchens and into the streets! Women of the world, unite! You have nothing to lose but your aprons! The "movement," as some ladies call it, has hit E.H.S. Now I have nothing against a few harmless maxims, but I think girls are really starting to believe this bunk, that they arc equal to any man! What's happened to Estherville, once known as the chauvanism center of the corn belt? They say that behind every successful man there's a strong woman. Oh, yeah, think of the great things men have done without a woman to guide them: Who was sneaky enough to steal the whole Western Hemisphere from the Indian? Men. And who had enough ascetic talent to replace that drab blue water with colorful sludge and cut down on the overpopulated fish world at the same time? Men. Why shouldn't women be happy? They have a perfectly balanced relationship with us males. Men get all the jobs, credit, and power while women are gifted with all the dirty work. Because of this rash of radicalism, I joined a new organization: United Chauvanists Against Liberation of Females, or UCALOF. Our motto is, "Women's Lib. is a pretty broad subject." Really a bunch of cards, aren't we? I thought so until I received this poison pen letter: Dear Ucalofite pig, You stink! Drop dead! I hope you grow a cable car in your head and the conductoress rings the bell every five minutes! Not only can we superior women do anything you porkers can, butyou dummies couldn't even come close to being able to do ordinary housework! ALL POWER TO BODY HAIR, Lucy the Liberated Already enrolled in the new chef cooking course, I decided that I could use it to counter such slander, and to put allthose in league with the hairy knees and fuzzy ankles in the place where those weirdos belong. Enrolled incognito I had no trouble until my first test. My instructor gave me a steely eyed glance and said, "You, what's your name?" From the back of my throat I gulped, "Me?Boy-ar-di. Yes Chef Boy-ar-di's the name, gourmet- ing's the game." "OK, Boy-ar-di, let's see you measure a cup of brown sugar." Cracking my knuckles and in my best Charles Boycr voice I answered, "Oui." Scooping up a cup of brown sugar I plopped it into the bowl. I savored it in front of my teacher's eyes and said, "Feast your eyes on that, mon ami. It is the piece-de-resistance!" "You big phony. That's not the way you measure brown sugar." I guess my proctor was hardly excited by finding a new cooking talent in her midst. "I'll have you know that's called the Estonian method in the trade." "I'll have you know that that's called the failing method in my trade. You get an "F", Chef Whatcha-call-it." In the true spirit of enlightened brotherhood, or maybe it's sisterhood, I ripped off my tee- shirt and burnt it in effigy. I guess if you can't beat them you might as well join them. (Besides I was tired of acting like Charles Boyer, it's tough being a sex symbol.) Ait Senior art student Mike Steil is hard at work completing his advanced art project. Mike is under the direction of Mr. Bill Filing.— Photos this page—Steve Timmons GRA Officers Heading GRA program at Mary Kay Kenney, Vice-Pres, EHS are: Mrs. Vern Ostrem, sponsor; Jodi Bandow, sec-treas.; , and Sue Broadie, Pres. R. V. /. Des Moines, Iowa DIRECTORS and FOUNDERS Vincent E. Bobenhouse Des Moines William A. Castles Dallas Center Noreen Goodspeed Manuel M. Kiess George Twait OTHER FOUNDERS Harold B. Swisher George A. Stang Alex Lindblom Bert H. Laoen George L. Kesler Oliver S. Carlson Charles W. Farmer Robert D. Davidson Ernest C. Johnson Daryl Burns Joseph Harper John W. Mahan Raynold Hagedorn Doyle Kelso Vernon Wittenburg Kenneth Gethmann Harvey Bogenrief Larry A. 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