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January 12, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 5

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Mit /on CyndF Reining I.L.C.C. Three-Piece Swizzle Stix Cyndi is wearing a three- piece outfit called Swizzle Stix. It has wide legged pants, body shirt, and a short vest. This is a soft blue polyester knit. Get into fashion by getting into this outfit Come to McCleary's and just browse around. WcCL \ ear* IN ESTHERVILLE GOING FAST! THE BEAUTIFUL WINTER ISSUE. . . I0WAN MAGAZINE featuring a . . . 4-PAGE SPREAD ON ESTHERVILLE'S WINTER SPORTS FESTIVAL HURRY! SUPPLY IS LIMITED! DAILY NEWS History in the Making The first girls' basketball game in EHS history was played before a packed house Monday night. Both the varsity and junior varsity squads posted decisive victories. Don Seylar. • Photo by Review of '73 Spring Fashions BY BRENDA MARSHALL If the snow, boots, and survival jackets of the season seem to be getting you down, look ahead to new spring fashions you'll be buying. With the new simplicity and revealing bareness, getting out of layers and into airiness and a feminine look — the fashion game has turned-on to 'pretty.' The dress is back. Shirty or flowing; muted or strong colors; and in shorter lengths. Palazzo pants are great and lend themselves easily to be dressed either up or down, in soft, flowing fabrics and finishes with a jersey wrapped head. Pastels, bold clear colors, and the superb combo of black and white tops the charts. Back is the beautiful shoe; chunky, clunky and gutsy no longer apply. The everything shoe for today is the two-toned spectator pump. Heels rise to new lofts—heels up to 5 inches to balance with the platformed sole. To to with the prettier way of dressing comes a lighter, fresh- LeMars Is Goal Of Grapplers BY DENNIS ST. LAWRENCE The Estheryille wrestling team will travel to LeMars tomorrow to participate irf the Le­ Mars Tournament. It is an eight- team tournament including Le­ Mars, Ft. Dodge St. Edmonds, Sheldon, Vermillion, South Sioux City, West Sioux City, Sioux City Heelan, and Estherville. The grapplers are coming off a 39-22 victory over Lakes Conference opponent ^ibley. The Midgets 1 have a 2-5 record and are 2-1 in the conference. Winning for the Midgets against Sibley were Mark Peterson— 105, Jeff Brobst-112, Dennis St. Lawrence— 119, Greg McDonald - 132, Jim Fitzgerald- 145, Ray Hood—155, and Kevin Sawyer at 167. The Midgets will then travel to Spencer Tuesday Jan. 16 to face the Spencer Tigers. The Tigers are one of the top teams in the conference, and should be a good opponent for the Midget wrestlers. Midget Cagers to Spencer BY DENNIS ST. LAWRENCE The Midget basketball team will start a busy weekend tonight by traveling to Spencer, and will then return home to host the Algona Bulldogs Saturday. Wants Original Class Motto A committee consisting of Scott Sunde, Karen Hauck, George Vedder, Kathy Kultala has been working to find a possible senior class motto. The group intended to pick three mottos from a book and have the senior body vote for one; but hopefully the seniors can make up an original one. Anyone with any ideas should contact a committee member. More information will be given as to the actual voting on a motto, class flower and colors after the group has been able to meet and get their ideas together. , The cagers will be taking a 6-4 overall record, and a 4-3 Lakes Conference record into Spencer tonight. The Midgets earned a third place finish in the Fairmont Tournament, in which they were defeated by Fairmont, and came back and defeated Montgomery for third. Estherville is coming off a 56-49 victory over Lakes Conference opponent, Emmetsburg. In the first meeting of the sea­ son, Spencer nipped Estherville 61-58, in a very close and exciting game. Spencer is currently rated in the top 10 basketball teams of the state, and are leading the race in the Lakes Conference. Saturday night the cagers will come back against Algona in a non-conference game. The Junior Varsity squad will start play at 6:45 with the Varsity getting under way at 8:00. Compete In Invitational Lunch Menu MONDAY, JAN. 15 Beef burger on bun, tri-taters, buttered peas, pineapple cake, V2 pint milk. TUESDAY, JAN. 16 Scalloped potatoes and ham, buttered spinach, peanut butter sandwich, bananas in gelatin- whipped topping, V2 pint milk, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17 Beef chop suey, Chinese noodles, buttered green beans, sandwich, sliced pineapple, coconut krunch bar, V2 pint milk. THURSDAY, JAN. 18 Italian spaghetti, school baked French bread, lettuce salad, apple sauce, V2 pint milk. FRIDAY, JAN 19 No Classes! End of semester. Midgets Post Historic Win In the first outing of the year for the girls' basketball team, they routed Spencer 51-22. It was the first interscholastic competition for girls' basketball in Estherville's history. After a close-fought first half the Midgets brought a well-deserved 27-18 lead into the locker room. But the second half was all the Midgets as they used their zone press to allow Spencer only four points in the second half, while the Estherville hoop- sters cashed in on the Tigers' fouls and mistakes to total 24 points in the second half. A packed gymnasium saw Sue Egland lead all scorers with a 23-point effort and Ann Hood followed close behind with 20 points. The Midgets will next face Sheldon on their home court home court on Jan. 20, BY SCOTT SUNDE EHS debaters and speakers will travel to Spencer for an invitational speech contest there tomorrow. Estherville will have teams entered in all divisions of debate, extemporaneous speaking, humorous impromptu and original oratory. Entered in reading of prose and poetry are Julie Fitzgibbons, Sue Sharp and Shiela Fitzgibbons. Mike Thiesen will be entered in the original oratory contest In humorous impromptu speaking are Scott Sunde, Scott Rohlf, Mike Thiesen, and Lilli Lyons. Debating in the Varsity Class will be Gene Sternborg, John Lundy and Laura Goecke. Entered in the championship division are Lilli Lyons, Scott Rohlf, Mike Thiesen, and Scott Sunde. Last Saturday and Friday the two - man switch-side team of Mike Thiesen and Scott Sunde posted a three and two effort at Worthington. Thiesen took two Grants Mailed January 18 Applications for an Iowa Tuition Grant for academic year 1973-74 must be mailed by Jan. 18, 1973. Parents' Confidential Statement must also be mailed by Jan. 18, 1973. Seniors interested may receive information from Mr. 01- sen in the guidance office. third places in his rounds of original oratory and Sunde managed a second and third in his two rounds of men's extemporaneous competition. This year's topic is: That all governmental financial support for all public elementary and secondary education in the United States should be provided exclusively by the federal government. Scholarships Available For Students Iowa Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO, is sponsoring the 19th Annual Scholarship Award Program. The contest is open to seniors in accredited high schools in Iowa who will graduate at the end of the 1972-73 school year. The test will cover the book "The Labor Movement in the United States" by John J. Flagler, which will be given to the library of participating schools, on the basis of one book for each four students. The examination will consist of two parts taken directly from the book mentioned above. Part I is composed of 50 questions, 12 Multiple Choice, 18 True or False, and 20 matching questions. Part II will be an essay of not less than 500 nor more than 750 words. Tests will be given in each school during the Jan. 29-Feb. 2 period. For additional information see Mr. Olsen. or make up. The face is scrubbed and polished to perfection. The eye is softer and white once again accents the brow bone with lots of light and shine; the brow is at least one shade lighter than your hair. Lips are riper red. Nail colors seem to bo taken from the candy counter with bon bon blues, limes, violets, licorice and peppermint pinks. Hair—is short. A new freedom is found with the short hair. Long, straight draggy hair is old hat. Short gives a whole now proportion to the face and ranges from the ultra-short, to the two-inch brush-back, to the new Garbo cut. All are definitely well clearing the shoulders with pure bounce and curl. The look is certainly pretty and modern. The entire clean clear-cut look with the small head should be a great way to start the new year off to a great start! Calendar JANUARY CALENDAR 12-Spencer BB (there); Emmetsburg 8th BB (here) 4:10. 13— Aigona BB (here); LeMars Tournament W (there). 15—Spirit Lake 9th BB (here) 4:30. 16—Spencer wrestling (there) 19—No Classes 2nd quarter ends. Sibley BB here; Cherokee wrestling (there). 20- Girls BB Sibley (there) 22—Third quarter begins 23-Spencer 9th BB (here) 4:10 25— Iowa Great Lakes Reading Council McKinley 7:00. 26-Cherokee BB (there); Girls BB Cherokee (here) 27— Lakes Conference Wrestling Tournament, Cherokee. 28-High School Winter Band Concert. THE PEPPER Edited by Students of Estherville High School Volume 51; No. 12 ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FRL, JAN. 12, 1973 P°g e 5 65 Students Enrolled in Voc-Ag under Dennis Epley BY ARLENE BERRY Sixty-five students are enrolled in Vocational Agriculture (Voc Ag) this year. The five classes that meet one hour a day are instructed by Mr. Dennis Epley. Two freshman classes (approximately 25 of the 65 students) are transported from the junior high to the high school for in­ struction. The freshman year is spent mainly studying animals. However, nine weeks are spent in the shop. Sophomores taking Voc Ag study crops primarily, but are in the shop nine weeks. Juniors and seniors have a choice of semester courses to take. They are farm business management, horticulture, and farm power machinery. Nine Speech Contest Next Semester BY ARLENE BERRY Next semester, EHS students are participating in individual speech contests, sponsored by the Iowa High School Speech Association. Coaching the students are Sharon Karstens and Maureen Dona von, junior and senior coaches, and Janice Mitchell, who is helping the sophomores again this year. Because of the variety of events to choose from and enter, each individual has a chance to pick the one that best suits his individual talents and creativity. Mid-February the speech'con- testants will gotto the District contest. Each individual can be eligible to go on to State contest. To do this, he must receive a "I" rating at the District meet. The judging will constitute an outlook on how each student best portrays his talent in each event. If a student effectively prepares, as the event allows, choosing an event corresponding with his or her individual personality, he can best achieve a good selection to help him in the contests. Areas which students may enter are book reviewing, after dinner speaking, story telling, oratorical declamation, dramatic acting, humorous acting, interpretive prose, interpretive poetry, original oratory, extemporaneous speaking, radio news speaking, expository address, and improvisational story telling. Each student may enter up to three individual speech events. Anyone interested in participating in individual speech contest should contact Ms. Karstens, Ms. Donavon, or Ms. Mitchell for more information. A 9- week mini course is being offered to all sophomores who are interested in and need help in preparing for speech contest. Jan. 20 is the date set for District large group speech contest. This year, Jeff Fain and Mary Lund will compete in duet- acting. Also, "Dandelion Wine" by Ray Bradbury will be the readers' theatre selection. This week, four juniors will travel to Spencer to participate in the Spencer Invitational Speech Tournament. They are Sue Sharp, Julie Fitzgibbons, Shiela Fitzgibbons, and Jane Coon. All will be entered in interpretive prose and poetry. Ms. Donavon will be assisting Ms. Karstens until the end of January. She arrived Jan. 3 and is spending an interim in Estherville Senior High. Ms. Donavon attends the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul, Minn. Test Schedule The College Admission Testing Program will be giving the following tests for seniors: Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and Achievements Tests (ACH). The test dates, tests to be given, and the registration closing dates are as follows: March 3- SAT and ACH, closing date for registration Jan. 25; April 7 SAT only, closing date for registration March 1; May 5, ACH only, closing for registration, March 24; July 14, SAT and ACH, closing date for registration June 7, . . For additional information see Mr. Olsen, high school guidance counselor. weeks are again devoted to work in the shop. All classes participate in field trips. Shop work includes repairing machines and building projects such as rock carriers and feed bunks. Future Farmers of America (FFA) is the organization connected with Voc Ag. This year there are 50 members. Mr. Epley is advisor. Leadership activities include 12 speech contests that involve many FFA members. Recently, a basketball party was held and plans are now being made for a summer trip. FFA members have helped with community service activities including a rest stop on Labor Day for travelers. They also are going to build playground equipment and tend to the corn plot near the Good Samaritan. Selling apples has been one money-making project for FFA members. Mr. Epley attended Waverly High School and then Iowa State University at Ames for four years. He did student teaching at Prairie Community School in Gowrie, Iowa. Besides teaching students at EHS, Mr. Epley has 12 adult education classes in the evening during the winter. These classes deal with current farm problems. Anyone interested in these classes may contact Mr. Epley. Announcements are also made on the radio and in the paper as to times. Students are invited to visit the Voc Ag room on any free mods. The schedule of open mods can be found in the cafeteria. Teaching here has been different than my student teaching. There's much more challenge in being responsible for an entire program, but what's lite without a challenge?" Mr. Epley said. Semester Tests To Be Given January 17, 18 Semester tests for the Estherville senior high school will be held Jan. 17 and 18. All students are required to write semester tests if one is given for their respective courses. Semester tests count as one- fifth of a student's semester grade. All obligations must be taken care of with the office, the teacher, and the library before semester tests will be given. Students are required to spend at least one hour on each test with a maximum of one and one- half hours allowed. Students are asked not to be in the building if they are not taking tests. School lunch will be served from 11:45 to 12:15 only on the two test days. If students plan to Semester Tests Coming Hard at work preparing for semester tests are Joni Saul, Becky Stoffel and Steve Timmons. Tests are scheduled for next Wednesday and Thursday. There will be no school Friday as teachers use it for a work day to close the semester.- Photo by Steve Timmons eat at the school on those days they are asked to sign to do so in the office. There will be no school Friday, Jan. 19. This will be a teacher work day to close the semester. Test Schedule WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17 8:3010:00- Geometry, Gym Algebra L W -3 Power Mechanics, Cafe Brit. Lit, Library Business Law, Gym Spanish in, Gym 10:0011:30- Homemaking n, W -3 Voc Ag II, Voc Ag U.S. History, Gym Sociology, Cafe Personal Typing, C -5 12:302:00- Biology, Gym Algebra m, Library Economics, E -2 Metals and Welding, Coop Homemaking HI, Cafe 2:003:30- Woodworking, Cafe Personal Typing, C -5 German I, C -2 Spanish n, C -7 Speech, Library Voc Ag III, Voc Ag Bookkeeping, Gym THURSDAY, JAN. 18 8:3010:00- English 10, Gym Basic Commun., Gym American Lit., Cafe, W -3 German II, E-l Personal Typing, C -5 Advanced Comp., Gym 10:0011:30- World History, Gym Government, Gym Applied Math, Library Senior Math, W -3 Typing II, C -5 Geography, Cafe 12:302:00— General Business, Gym Chemistry, Gym Bus. English, Library Physics, Cafe Typing n, C-5 Geography, Cafe

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