uon Charlotte Betsworth I.L.C.C. Spring Country Set Outfit Charlotte is wearing a spring Country Set outfit It Is a navy blue and white checked polyester knit. The cuffs, pockets, and wide lapel are navy blue. A navy shell is being worn to accent the blue. Come to McCleary's today and see all of the cute new merchandise for spring. earud IN ESTHERVILLE PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR EMMET COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Elizabeth Dalen, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 5088 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Elizabeth Dalen Deceased: - Your are hereby notified that on the 23rd day of January, 1973, the undersigned was appointed administrator of said estate. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate, shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claims shall thereafter be forever barred. - Dated this 23 day of January, 1973. Joan M. Wycoff Administrator of said Estate EstherviUe, Iowa Anderson & Pelzer Attorneys for said Administrator EstherviUe, Iowa Date of second publication 2 day of February, 1973. Clan. 26, Feb. 2, 1973) Lunch Menu MONDAY, FEB. 5 Hamburger patti on bun, Tri- taters, Tossed salad, Pineapple cake, pint milk. TUESDAY, FEB. 6 Chicken pot pie, Buttered broccoli, l h an apple, Ginger creams, Vi pint milk. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7 Beef vegetable stew, Salad, Peanut butter sandwich, Glorified rtee,Vi pintmUk. THURSDAY, FEB. 8 lallan a pa g h 0 111. French fcVMd, Lettuce salad, Apple », 'ft pint milk. F ., FJUDAY, FEBw • v&Biti 11840, •mpW ^nrkt (ratals* 162 Are Named Learn to s^. XT T • Play Guitar On Honor List „.,, „ . , With Haigh Those obtaining 5 A's for the second quarter are front from Erick Brink, Arlene Berry and Lisa Kinnard. 5 A Club left Lilli Lyons, Nola Moritz. Back from left Craig Brandt, THE PEPPER Edited by Students of Estherville High School Volume 51; No. 14 Page 5 Second Semester Brings Several Different Classes BY JILL ANDERSON Along with the regular classes this semester, new classes have been started. Music literature is a second semester course for juniors and seniors designed for those wanting more knowledge of music. A brief study is made of chords and some composition. It is taught by Mr. Don Debaters Are In Iowa State Tourney The High School Debate Squad will travel to Iowa State University at Ames today and tomorrow. They will compete in various speech and Debate activities. Those going and competing in debate are John Lundy, Lili Lyons, Mike Theisen, Scott Rohlf, Scott Sunde, and Gene Sternborg. Those in various speaking activities are as follows: John Lundy and Scott Rohlf in Impromptu Speaking; Mike Theisen in Original Oratory; and Scott Sunde in Dramatic Interpretation. The next event on the agenda will be an invitational at Spirit Lake Feb. 10. Brown. Play production taught by Miss Karstens will be a study of the • skills needed to produce the play. Members 'of the class work out several types of plays'during the course. Technical drawing is designed for the student planning to use his drafting knowledge in the various occupational fields. Some time will be spent in blue-print reading and some architectural drawing will be covered by Mr. Gordon. Advanced auto mechanics is being taught by Mr. Kurth for students who have successfully completed power mechanics and desires further training in the mechanical field. Shop work will be done on operating automobile engines. Another class being offered to students is Art II, IV, and VI, but before they can take this they must have had knowledge in Art L III, or V. The class is instructed by Mr. Elling. Home making is dealing with food and nutrition this semester. Cooking is also done in this class taught by Mrs. Guenther. Another class instructed by Mr. Gordon is carpentry. Work will be on both small and larger wood projects. Some time will be spent on cabinet making and construction of small buildings. Mr. Kurth teaches electricity. Students will study the theory of electricity, perform experiments, and also practical wiring of circuits will be performed. Journalism is a class which deals with The Pepper. Students compose articles and help compile the news articles for the newspaper. Miss Patrick is the instructor for the class. Cherokee Girls Roll On 63-56 BY JEFF HEYER In the girls' varsity contest last Friday night against Cherokee, critical turnovers proved to be fatal for the then undefeated Estherville team. The Midgetettes took it on the chin from Cherokee by the score of 63-56. Despite another fine performance by Ann Hood, including 10 points in the lass few minutes, the girls' spirits were dampened because of the 33 points scored by Hydeman of the Cherokee team. Ann Hood finished the night with 36 points, bringing her total for the last two games up to 73 points. The girls' varsity record is now 2-1 while Cherokee remains 3-0. The junior varsity girls fared much better as they kept their perfect record intact by whipping the Cherokee squad 54-18. This victory resembled the defeat over Sibley because of the low point .total that the defense held the opponent to. The J.V. team has outscored the opposition in the last two games 105-35. High scorer for the team against Cherokee was Racheal Peterson with ;23. Not far behind with 20 points was Laura Goecke. BY KATHY KRUSE Six high school students have gained membership in the exclusive 5A club as a result of last quarter's work. Named to the second quarter honor roll were 162 high school students. Leading the way were the seniors with 72 named on the honor list. Juniors compiled a list of 35 and the sophomores had 55 names on the honor roll lists. Earning 5A's for the second quarter were seniors Arlene Gerry and Craig Brandt; junior Eric Brink and sophomores Lisa Kinnard, Lilli Lyons, and Nola Moritz. Students earning 4 A's include: Seniors — Lisa Arends, Delia Bergeson, Debbie Brashear, Sue Broadie, Carl Ensel, Karen Hauck, Peggy Higley, Mark Holmgren, Janine Kruse, Karen Sabby, and Scott Sunde; Juniors — Ann Hood, Jeff Schultz, and Chris Vaubel; Sophomores—Rick Bose, Vicki Hartman, Holly Hill, Nancy Long, Mic Reynolds, and Kevin Swanson. The following EHS students averaged a B or better in subjects and deportment and thus earned places on the honor roll. Seniors — Pat Accord, Jill Anderson, Debbie Anderson, Shirley Barnott, Bob Beaver, Debbie Bland, Sharon Boeker, Bruce Brown, Kathy Bunge, LuAnn Clague, Jim Coon, Dennis Dammen, Debbie Dahl, Janet Domino, Ramona Doyle, Joe Fenton, Mary Jean Fitzgibbons, Guy Foster, Tim Greene, Randy Guerdet, Barry Hansel, Marlene Hanson, Denise Haukoos, Nancy Hendricksen, Dan Herbrandson, Jeff Heyer, Jodi Jensen, Debbie Johnson, Tom Kirchner, Rich Knox, Kathy Linster, Dana Lund, Bev Lynch, Bccki Maloney, Brenda Marshall, Adrienne Mooney, Bill Moore, Colleen Natterstad, Steve Nauss, Julie Paulson, Scott Rohlf, Jean Sampson, Susie Shriner, Mike Steil, Dennis St. Lawrence, Chris Stroup, Debbie Swanson, Debbie Thiel, Roger Thornburg, Betty Timmlns, Mike Torreson, George Vedder, Sara Vincent, Peggy Weir, Jeff Weir, John Wittneben, Susan Woods, Linda Wuerch, Susan Yates, Kymm Yule. Juniors on the honor roll are Mary Bogrtess, Kelly Bosworth, Dean Brnuer, Miry Burch, Jane Coon, Carolyn Croudy, Tammy Dahl, Gail Endovson, Jane Fuss, Brian Guge. Mark Guge, Beth Haan, Ruth Hively, Mary Kenney, Kathy Kruse, Cindy Lamb, Kathie Lenz, David Lester, Mary Lund, Bob Merril, Renee Peterson, Marsha Ruby, Kerry Sampson, Shari Sawyer, Sue Sharp, Mary Ann Sternborg, Teresa Stevens, Carol Stroup, Kathy Van De Walle, Robert Wahlman, and Chris Williamson. Sophomores on the honor roll are Susan Allen, John Ball, Jodi Bandow, Patty Beaver, Doug Brashear, Brent Dykes, Joan Eckard, Carol Fitzgerald, Terri Fitzpatrick, Laura Goecke, Lori Hackett, Sheryl Hanson, Deb Hauber, Julie Heyer, Patty Hoien, Debbie Hubers, Pat Jasper, Bob Jensen, Kathy Jostand, Janet Kirchner, Susan Kroenke, Sharon Lepird, Paul Lindholm, John Lunde, Terry Martens, Marsheila Mooney, Kathleen Nielsen, Christie Olson, Dave Olson, Wayne Olson, Annette Petersen, Rachel Peterson, Judy Reinking, Sue Richards, Dave Schock, Dale Seyler, Rick Slingerland, Mike Stafford, Sharon Steil, Gene Stern borg, Barb Stevens, Cheryl Syverson, Cindy Tholkes, Sandy Twlto, Kris Vincent, andTheresa Williamson. Speech Contest Will Be Held Feb. 24 Lawrence Milk Performs At Winter Band Concert BY MARY BURCH Last Sunday the Estherville High School Band, directed by Ben Haigh, held its Winter Band Concert in the high school gym. Both the concert and the stage bands performed f6r the audience. In the first of three segments, the concert band played "Chorale," by Vaclav Nelhybel, "Prelude and Fugue," by J. S. Bach, "He Can Do It," by S. Nes- Midgets to Meet Tornadoes Tonight at Storm Lake BY JEFF HEYER "The kids put forth a real outstanding effort," stated coach Hess after the tough game against Cherokee last Friday night. The Estherville squad lost to the Cherokee team by the score of 67-64. One of the main factors contributing to the loss was the way Cherokee team outrebounded the locals. Cherokee had 80 shots at the basket while Estherville put up only 54. "They outrebound ed us quite badly because of their size and strength," was the statement by Hess. Bob Hartman played one of his better games of the season as he collected 19 points to take scoring honors. Terry Poulos poured in 16 points as a result of his constant driving to the bucket Sweeping the boards for the Midgets was Rob Bothwell who collected 18 rebounds which was close to a career high for the 6' 3" senior. This total is pretty good considering Cherokee la the best rebounding team in the conference. The leading scor er for Cherokee was DUDE Phipps with 17 points. In the last quarter Estherville had difficulty finding the basket as they dropped in only 2 out of 14 field goals. But they were kept in the game with their hot free - throw shooting, connecting on 12' of 14 of the charity shots. Critical turnovers proved costly as Cherokee scored six straight points within a 30-second span. Thus, a slim one-point lead with 3:50 remaining turned into a sure victory for the Braves. Estherville's conference record is now 5-5 with an upcoming game against a Storm Lake team that sports a 6-4 record. The Midgets had an easy going victory against this team in their first encounter. This time the Tornadoes will have the home court advantage. Storm Lake appears to be playing much better ball, according to Mr. Hess. The game will take place at Storm Lake tonight at the Buena Vista gymnasium. Ho Lo Co to Meet Deadline Ho Lo Co staff, which meets every Monday at the High School, faces its first deadline March 12, 1973. This deadline consists of the first 40 pages. Seniors are urged to get their pictures taken by the middle of February. If they are not taken by then, they will not be put in the Ho Lo Co. Any girl who has black and white pictures of the Senior girls party would you please take them to be put in the Ho Lo Co. Plans of Art II, IV Art n, as a continuation of Art L will be working with drawing techniques and two dimensional drawing. Mr. Art IV is a continuation of Art DI and will be doing individual projects. tico, and "Hail to the Fleet," by R. Maltby. In the latter, the drum soloist was Kerry Sampson. The stage band's first selection was "I Don't Know How to Love Him," by Webber, from the Rock Opera "Jesus Christ Superstar." The next two songs were "Scarborough Fair" and "Dialogue- Part L" by Robert Lamm. The soloists on the latter were Brent Dykes on trombone and Cindy Frick and Debbie Johnson on trumpet. John Halverson played a drum solo in the stage band's last selection, "A Lot of Livin' to Do," by Charles Strouse. "Sounds of Sonny and Cher," arranged by Holcombe, was the next song of the concert band. Adrienne Mooney on alto sax, Dave Olson on trumpet, and Ramona Doyle on flute were the next soloists in "Let It Be," by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Then Mr. Haigh introduced the guest conductor for the afternoon— Lawrence Milk, played by Scott Sunde. The band, under the direction of Milk, played "Lawrence Milk Plays Guy Lombago," by DeCamp and Houston. During the selection, the audience was entertained by the Lemmon Sisters, John Lundy, Bruce Brown, Scott Rohlf, and Jeff Fain; the Pom Pom Girls; two New Year's Eve drunks, Tammy Dahl and Valerie Roehler; the Lone Ranger, Join Lundy; two graduates, Doug Rapp and Tim Jacobsen; and a little old lady, Carol Whir ley. For its last number, the band played "Granite Rock," by Dr. Frank Bencriacutto. BY SUE SHARP District Speech Contest is creeping up on the many eager participants. By now they have chosen their categories and are working fast and hard to reach the upcoming date, Feb. 24. We are expecting many Tsthis year from experienced upperclassmen. The participants and their categories are as follows: Randy Guerdet and Arlene Berry, Original Oratory; Julie Fitzgibbons, Jane Coon, and Sue Sharp, Dramatic Acting; Ann Hood, Humorous Acting. In Interpretive Prose will be Spanish Club Seeks Trip To Mexico A new extra-curricular activity, the Spanish Club, has been formed by students taking Spanish. Its major goal is to take a trip to Mexico this summer. According to Mr. Bilsland, the group is now investigating the possibility of going to Mexico by air. This would include a trip to the surrounding area. The trip would take place in early August. These students have proved their ernest desires by raising money. They have done this by having a chili supper, selling hot dogs, and by sponsoring the Fifties Dance. New money making ideas are being discussed. They were helped last quarter by Spanish student teacher, Marc Haack. They have already raised$350and everyone assured this reporter that contributions were welcome! The Spanish Club itself has no officers and is guided by John Bilsland. It consists of eleven upperclassmen and nine sophomores. Karen Petersen, Mary Burch and Tammy Dahl. Scott Rohlf and Scott Sunde will perform both extemporaneous speaking and radio news. The sophomores competing in speech contest have a new experience coming to them. They are in the following categories; Interpretive Poetry, Judy Reinking, Debra Pospisil, and Lilli Lyons. In Story Telling is Kathy Burt. Becki Greene will compete in Improvisational Story Telling. Judy Reinking is entered in Expository Address, After Dinner Speaking contestants are Becki Greene and Debra Pospisil. In Original Oratory is Rachel Petersen. Coaching upper class contestants are Maureen Donovan and Sharon Karstens. Coach for sophomore contestants is Janice Mitchell. BY BERTIE FOSTER Mini courses are something new and exciting at Estherville High School and one of the new mini courses offered is guitar lessons under the direction of Mr. Haigh. Anyone interested, preferably those not participating in any musical activities in school, is encouraged to enroll in this course. The course is designed to expand the students' knowledge of music within a period of nine weeks by attending lessons one or two times a week in the band- room on a free mods or before or after school. Mr. Haigh explains that there has been a sudden movement of music among the younger set and he hopes that through his instruction the desire of the younger people with music can be satisfied. Those presently enrolled in the program pre: Jim Spencer, Sara Sprague, Gail Eide, Joni Saul, Becky Stoffei, Haiti" Guerdet, Elizabeth Kennedy, Dave Zitter- ich, Perry Mann, Bob Boicourt, Tom Grems, Sheila Fitzgibbons, Jeffrey Stevens, Steve Gudgell, Marci Juergens, Carol Carlson, Bruce Brown, Carol Whlrley, Becki Maloney, Lu Ann Clague, Kathy Bunge, Vickie Lenz, Cindy Lamb, Randy Peterson, Tim Jacobson, Connie Myhre, Gail Enderson, Bill Haigh, and Bertie Foster. Mr. Haigh is still enrolling interested students so if you are one contact Mr. Haigh for information and a time for your lesson. Two Champs Emerge from Lakes Tourney Two Estherville wrestlers emerged as Lakes Conference Champions at the Lakes Conference Tournament held in Cherokee last week. Pat Clarken, wrestling at 112 pounds, and Jim Fitzgerald, wrestling at 145 pounds, with their wins in the final rounds, helped to aid Estherville to gain a sixth place finish as a team. Clarken defeated all three of his opponents, the last of which was At Kinnetz, to gain the title of champion. Fitzgerald pinned all three of his opponents on his way to the title. When Jim was asked his feelings before he left for Cherokee and the difference of these feelings upon his return, he said "When I went, I thought 1 could, and when I came back I knew I did." These two wrestlers are the first two champions that Coac .- es Brainard and Clark have nad this year. With the season nearing an end, the tension is mounting to see if any more wrestlers will give their coaches more champions in the sectional tourney to be held on Feb. 9 and 10. Bowling This Quarter Sophomores Prepare for Occupations Sophomore guidance classes are studying a unit on Work and Mental Health under the guidance of Mr. Banning. As part of a program to help the students as they prepare for their future. If students keep the idea of mental health in mind, it will save them from a job that will be repetitious and cause them to become bored or unsatisfied. The purposes in sophomore guidance classes are to help students plan their careers by learning as much as possible about themselves and occupations that fit their interests and abilities. BY SUE BROADIE With the start of the second semester, bowling has again arrived. The popular sport is available to both the boys' and girls' gym classes and to GRA. This year's program will be the same as in past years. Trophies are presented to top averages, high game, high series, and most improved, just to mention a few. Then at the end of the semester (sometime around Skip Day- According to Mr. Kjar, approximately 400 students qualified for skip day. Students that qualified may take their skip day during this nine weeks or they can accumulate them and take them at once. Mr. Kjar wishes to stress that before taking your skip day, inform the office ahead of time or you will be counted as skipping school. A list of the students who qualified for skip day will be posted this week. Study Nutrition Home Ec. four students are now in a nutrition unit in Mrs. Guenther's Home Ec IV classes. All the nutrition unit will be worked at the student's own speed and they are able to choose from any capsule that interests them. A test is to be taken after each semi-unit, in order to test them on the materials they have studied. Some of the units are on the techniques of cooking, enabling them to try their hand at making different thugs. Easter) the rivalry between the boys under Mr. Clark and the girls under Mrs. Ostrem comes to a head. This is the annual Bowl-Off where the top ten girls meet the top ten boys of each class. The girls won last year! GRA is set up a little differently this year. Open-school bowling is offered with trophies going to the first place and the runner-up teams. Registration is for any three-man teams that wish to participate on Thursday nights from 4:00 to 4:30. The price is the same as school bowling— 55 cents a line. Everyone is invited to register with either Mrs. Ostrem, Mr. Clark, or Sue Broadie, president of GRA. Members to Attend VICA Week Feb. 14 VICA is the topic of the Cooperative Industrial Education class. VICA Week starts in Des Moines on Sunday, Feb. 11 and ends Saturday the 17. Seven or eight members are planning to attend. They will leave Wednesday, Feb. 14. The members will tour legislative building and take Representative Edelen and Senator Bergman out to dinner. They will also be meeting other students and talk with them. Among other topics the members discussed obtaining an appropriate speaker for the banquet in April in Eatherville and the May Field Trip to Minneapolis. No final decisions have as yet bean i A>«.
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