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Win, TIGERS! IJVL 2 (L -(flsicoJiclsLtL Win, TIGERS! Win the Win the Manning Garnet Published by the Journalism Dept. of Carroll High School Vol. 21 Carroll, Iowa, Monday, Sept. 9, 1957 No. 1 Manning Game) Fall Activities Under Way at CHS ers Open At Manning The 1957 Carroll High School football season opened August 24 with two practices a day. Eight of the boys reporting were lettermen. The returning lettermen, all of which are seniors are: Larry Crouse. Don Kunecke, Waldo Noland, Marvin Snook, Dennis Snyder. Gerry Wooten, Mike Tan Creti. Norman Wenck and Jon Walgenback. The Tigers, who tied for second place last year in the conference, will play five conference and four non-conference games. Of these; games five will be at home and four on the road. For their open- et the Tigers will meet. Manning September 13, on the Bulldogs' home field. On September 20, Carroll will meet a new foe in Tama. The annual Homecoming will be Friday, October 25, against Ida Grove. The schedule for this year is: Friday, Sept. 13 — Manning, there Friday, Sept. 20, Tama, here Friday, Sept. 27 — Harlan, here Friday, Oct. 4—Perry, here Friday, Oct. 11 — Denison, there Friday, Oct. 18 — Missouri Valley, here Friday, Oct. 25 — Ida Grove, here Friday, Nov. 1 — Sac City, there Wednesday, Nov. 6 — Jefferson, there Host Again to Student Teachers Once again Carroll High School Is host to two student teachers. Miss Carol Hopper and Mr. Robert Sayre. both of Iowa State College, are completing their student teaching here. Miss Hopper is assisting in the English classes, and Mr. Sayre is in the mathematics department. For the first three weeks of their nine-week stay, they will observe the classes, and then they will do some actual teaching. Miss Hopper's first impression of C.H.S. was (quote); "I was glad that the enrollment wasn't too large. I think the school has fine faciMes.-" Mr. Sayre's first impression of our school was (quote): "I feel that the teachers and students are very industrious. I hope to get acquainted with most of the math students." The students of CHS. extend sincere welcome to Miss Hopper and Mr. Sayre and hope that they will enjoy their stay here. WELCOME! Carroll High School gives a hearty welcome to all newcomers among the faculty and students, hoping that everyone will be happy in his work at C .H.S. , 10 Time* Hernid, Carrefl, !ow» Monday, Sept. 9, 1957 <HI-Recorder Staff Artist) CHS News And Views The Audio-Visual Club is interested in obtaining new members for their club. Both boys and girls are welcome to join. If you are interested, see^ Larry Cover, Jim Prince, or Mr. Paulsen. * • * Those peppy slogans put up In the corridors by the Future Homemakers of America are certainly appealing to the future F.H.A members. It won't be long until F.H.A. installation. * * * Have you got your TIGER book covers? * * * The freshmen really have gone up in the world,—with more classes on third floor. » • * Old grads in the building lately include: Lynne Rombough, Danny Balk, John Neil, Mary Lu Hudson, Joyce Ream, Jerry White, Connie Burton, and a large group from the class of '57 at the ACE party. * * * We hope you saw the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission's mobile unit, "Atoms-For-Peace" on September 7, the exhibit sponsored by the local Junior Chamber of Commerce. * • * Everybody admires the new windows now being finished in 204 and other rooms. Nice work! * * • , Student teacher Robert Sayre is a brother of Carl Sayre, who also did his student teaching here and later taught in C.H.S. for several years. Carl Sayre now is an instructor at Iowa State College. Calendar September 9 — FHA Installation of Officers, Room 103. September 13 — Football, Manning, there. September 14 — "The Star- Spangled Banner" was written by Francis Scott Key in 1814. ChorusTunes Up and Elects Listen! The Carroll High School mixed chorus is tuning up. All fifty voices are blending into a promising choir with a busy schedule ahead. The first order of business was the election of officers. The new president, Bertha Anneberg, conducted the remainder of the election. The new officers are as follows: Vice president, David Dicken; robe master, Gene Lockhart; secretary, Linda Fabricious; treasurer, Sharon Kobbe; and librarians, Becky Barels and Louise Nockels. A sneak preview discloses the promise of a memorable year, especially for the seniors who will be making their final appearances. The Christmas program is being varied in some way, an exchange concert is in store, and an operetta is scheduled for next spring. Keep your eyes and ears open because we promise to present our very best in the way of good music. March Band Is Rehearsing Prepared By School Cooks Miss Noreen Connell, Carroll High's instructor in homemaking, is continuing the custom of planning attractive meals for all who enjoy the noon lunch at school. In this she is aided by a trio of extra good cooks, Mrs. J. D. Beisch, Mrs. Norbert Kaspersen, and Mrs. Richard Gregerson, who started on the very first day of school to serve delicious foods. Menus for September 9 to 13 will be as follows: Monday: Hamburgers on warm buttered buns, tomato and onion rings, potato chips, bread and butter, cookies and milk. Tuesday: Creamed ham potato casserole, carrot sticks, bread and butter, plums, peanut crispie bars, and milk. Wednesday: Pork sausage casserole topped with apple rings, cabbage slaw, bread and butter, cake, and milk. Thursday: Mashed potatoes with hamburger gravy, vegetable, bread and butter, cantaloupe wedges, j and milk. Friday: Grilled cheese sandwiches, fruit and vegetable salad, bread and butter, peanut butter cake, and milk. Miss Fuller New Phys Ed Teacher On returning to school we found a new girls' physical education instructor, Miss Marilyn Fuller. For the> past two years Miss Fuller, a graduate of Iowa State Teachers College, has been teaching in Iowa Falls Junior High, High school and Junior College. This summer she traveled to Pennsylvania and took a short trip to Colorado, spending the rest of her vacation on a farm south of Corning. Miss Fuller states that among the P. E. units we will probably study are field hockey, basketball, volleyball, and a dance Each unit will last from four to six weeks. The students of Carroll High would like to take this opportunity to welcome Miss Fuller to our school. We sincerely hope she will enjoy teaching in Carroll. May Continue Cards to Remind Iowa Drivers By HARRISON WEBER i (Iowa Dally Press Assn. Writer) DES MOINES — There is a strong possibility that motorists will continue to get post card reminders to renew their drivers licenses. Last week the state public safety department announced it was discontinuing the practice as an economy measure. But, it is understood that several-outside agencies are interested in seeing the project continued. One hitch is that these agencies would probably insist on some type of advertisement on the' cards. Safety officials aren't expected to raise strenuous objections, how ever, since they would still have the cards and be able to take the $20,000 a year required to mail CHS Classes Elect Officers Have you been hearing sounds recently early in the morning 7*1 Well, it's Carroll High 's marching band rehearsing. All members were whole-heartedly practicing two weeks before school began at eight every morning. The band is getting ready for its football shows again this year. Thursday morning C.H.S. stu->™ ehy " eB ^ in « J^JS fifi dents met in their respective j £f ch °? 88 The band is, also looking forward to the Band Festival which Former Student Teacher Married Miss Carol Hopper, presently doing her student teaching in our English department, last weekend attended a wedding of interest to the students and faculty of Carroll High since it was that of Miss Mary Alice Fike. student teacher last fall. Miss Hopper gives this account: "This past weekend I had the great pleasure of attending the wedding of Miss Mary Alice Fike of Chicago, Illinois. At • a ceremony held at the Trinity Methodist Church in Beverly Hills, she became the wife of Keith Erick- Family Gatherings And Other Events In Westside Homes (limM Herald »w» Service) WESTSIDE - A family gathering was held Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lawler, honoring Kathleen Lawler, who left Tuesday for Northwest Missouri State College, Maryville, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Brotherson spent Tuesday in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wilhelm attended a birthday party Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vollstedt and family of Gray. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kuhl and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kuhl, Manilla: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kuhl and Rolland and Mr. and Mrs. Virtus Vollstedt and family, Manning; and Mr. and Mrs. John Pratt and daughter, Ames. Guests in the home of Clarence Pruter Sunday in observance of Mr. Pruter's birthday were Mrs. Julius Pruter. Mr. and Mrs. Walt eluded in the conference have been invited to take part in the activities. New Study Governor Herschel C. Lovelesfi is expected very shortly to nam«^ a 20 member committee to look; into Iowa's economic and social problems. Later on, this committee; will probably be expanded greatly? with sub-committees appointed Ufc delve into problems concerning ag-j rlculture, industry a*nd the like. !* 6th District Much attention is being given to the race developing in the sixth district for the Republican nomination for congress. ; State Rep. Curtis Riehm, Garner, and State Senator Jacob Grim* ! stead, Lake Mills, have Already them and apply the money morej ™S3% Zi VZt^l™^ directly on traffic safety. fu"!" 1 * 1 ? are IT e «r t0 Jom . ' , . . . I them. They are Robert Waggoner, Acting safety commissioner Rus-j who rece ntly resigned as adminis- sell I. Brown said if no legal prob-. TRATIVE ASSISTANT T0 TJ. s . senator lems crop up, he can see no reason | Tom Martin of Iowa and stat9 why such a program cant be s en . John A. Walker, Williams, worked out. I , Brown said the general reaction I A s,xth districl meeting was held to the department's dropping the at 5 r f b ° odge „ in * h J ch card program has been that it's a j Waggoner. Walker and Riehm good economy move. j were present. "A person still carries a free re- 1 minder in his pocket," Brown said.; Women's Relief CorDS The license renewal date is print- 1 T, Tf RBIIBT V ,orp» ed on the face of each drivers li -jOt Manning M6 6TS cense. Democrat Meeting The meeting of the Democratic Midwest Conference scheduled for Kansas City, Kan., (cq) has been set up one day to Oct. 17-18. State Democratic chairman Jake More is head of the Midwest Conference this year. In Routine Session (Time* Herald New* Service) MANNING - The Women's Relief Corps met at the home of Mrs. Adda Brandhorst Thursday evening with 15 present. A routine business meeting was ' conducted. ,.„„„ •. T , i Contribution was made to the More said governors Loveless \ i„„,„ /->,.; i -i nu-u • 7 Uowa). Docking (Kansas). Wil -j S ^fl*? 1 "'^11 **** liams (Michigan), Freeman (Minnesota), Blair (Missouri) and Gary (Oklahoma) will all appear on the program. son of Perry, Iowa. •The church was decorated with! ^ iU "' Manning; Mr and Mrs white gladiola and chrysanthe- 1 Le f'?, Pr » ter - De ? Moines; Mr mums. Decorating the aisle were I ?, nd Mrs. Gordon Josbn and fam whi^e taffeta bows with greens and ! ily - Holbein; Mr. and Mrs. Ed-<nedy almost got the Democratic The group also discussed making' bed pads and other equipment for veteran's hospitals. A thank you note was read from Mrs. Mayme .,_ . . . .. . Gleason of Carroll for courtesies Everyone who is a potential. extended t0 her LUhch was serv . candidateforipresident will also be ed by Mrs Joe Horbach Mrs> recognized. More stated. Bess Ramsey and Mrs , Ida Wiese . The state chairman said that The distrjct convention of the Sen. John Kennedy has already in- c ^ wiU be held 0ct 3 t „ formed him that he intends to be t0 / Mrs Joe steen is de , tfl present when the 800 to L000 Dem-, and Mrs „ Brandhorst, the. ocrat leaders get together. Ken '' alternate. classes to elect officers Seniors elected for president, Dave Dicken: vice president, Mike Tan Creti; secretary. Mary Kate Miller: treasurer, Norman Wenck; student council representatives, Larry Crouse and Mike Tan Creti. Officers for the Juniors is to be held in Carroll September 28. This is to be a festival for all Western Iowa bands. Band members will also be going to Sioux City on the 5th of October. Sioux City is going to be are: I having their festival at this time, President, Gene Lockhart (re-i too. elected); vice president, Mikei All band members sincerely Hensel; secretary, Sandra Hensel; \ hope that the student body will treasurer, Kay Murray; student! support them again this year, council representatives. SallylThey also hope they will be able Farner and Richard Kaspersen. jto do satisfactory work and end Sophomores chose: President, the season properly. — Betty Jan White; vice president, T i m! Lauridsen. White; secretary, Deanna Grund The elephant is the largest of living land animals. meier; treasurer, Larry Cover; student council representatives, Donna Rae Berndt and Roger Kas-i persen. First motor-driven elevator was Freshmen officers are: Presi-1 exhibited at the New York World's dent, Mark Tan Creti; vice presi- • Fair in 1853. dnt, Mark Tan Creti; vice presi-! dent, Jim Wilson; secretary, Bill'; About 20 miles wide, Eason; treasurer, Lynn Dunn; student council representatives, David Haynes and Leonard Snyder, i Entomology is the science which Our best wishes to all these new) deals with insects: etymology is officers. ' the science of words. he Strait of Dover is the narrowest part of the English Channel. gladiola. Cousins of the groom were candle-lighters. "The bride's three attendants were attired similarly in dresses of light turquoise blue taffeta. Their matching satin pillboxes had short veils attached. They carried bouquets of white glamellias^ The honor attendant was the groom's sister, Mrs. Gill. The bridesmaids were Miss Kay Bannister of Ames, Iowa, and Mrs. Ann Sproul Jensen, also of Ames, Iowa. "The bride entered the church with her father. She wore a gown of white silk taffeta which extended into a short train. The gown was exquisitely styled with short sleeves and a shallow scoop neck and had pearls and embroidery about the neck and hem. Her shoulder-length veil fell from a pearl coronet, and she carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums. "The ceremony was held at 4:30 in the afternoon, and a receiving line was formed downstairs following. The reception was held at South Shore Country Club at 6 o'clock. A dinner was set for 150 guests in the ballroom. Punch was served previous to the dinner. During the dinner a four-piece orchestra play ward Erps and Linda, Mr. and j Mrs. Ronald Pruter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Snyder, August Rohwer, Edna and Irene Rohwer and Gus Moelck. Mrs. Otto Vetter entertained the Pleasant Hour Club in her home Thursday afternoon. At cards, Mrs. Ed Martins received high score and Mrs. Herman Vetter, second high. In two weeks, Mrs. Emma Campbell will entertain. bid for vice president at the last' The Bus y Thimbles of the Pres- 'byterian Church met Thursday national convention. More said that other possible! afternoon for quilting. Mrs. Her- presidential candidates who will j bert Stribe gave devotions and probably be present include Ken-! Prayer. Lunch was served by Mrs. William Hagedorn and Mrs. Joe Steen. tucky governor Happy Chandler, New York governor Averell Harriman and Sen. Estes Kefauver of! The N. D. Pinochle Club mei at Tennessee who was the choice for I the home of Mrs. Harry Petersen i vice president a year ago. (Tuesday. Sept. 3. Guests outside; | More said they would all be j the club were Mrs. Matt Wagner* i given a place on the convention j and Mrs. Fred Jensen. Mrs." Mr. and Mrs. David Kerwin j agenda. Another probable candi and children, Rhonda and Jerry of: date is Michigan Governor G. Bakersfield, Calif., arrived t Tues- 1 Mennen Williams who will have day morning at the home of Mr.! more time on the program since Teachers Enjoyed Variety of Vacation Experiences North, south, east and west the instructors went this summer, getting a well-deserved rest after teaching school for nine months. We have asked each of the instructors about their summers and here is the information we gleaned: Mr. Forney — "There was nothing unique about my summer experience as I spent it laboring over a hot desk. But it was interesting since my work is always and picnicking". Hurricane flags were hoisted from Miss Connell — "I was a camp the Post Office. counselor for the Girl Scouts this summer. It was lots of fun living in a tent, but I've decided that 1 like living in houses even better." Miss Carney — "I stayed in Carroll this summer—resting." Mr. Paulsen — "I spent the summer working for a road construction company. The work was interesting but long." Mr. Bottolfson — "I discovered "Merchants boarded up their windows in the downtown area as well as along the sea wall. Some home owners used plywood sections or sheets of metal especially designed to cover their windows, and other people were nail- ence and mathematics teachers sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Interesting Experience "It was an interesting experience in two ways. First, because it afforded an opportunity to live with fifty-two other high school chemistry teachers assembled from and Mrs. Vernon Jensen and Gordon. Robert Kruse left Wednesday for his home in Los Angeles. Wednesday evening he planned to visit overnight in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mulligan of Omaha and on Thursday evening, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brandhorst and family of Denver. He planned to leave Denver Friday for California. Mrs. Brandhorst and Mrs. Mulligans are aunts of Mr. Kruse. Mrs. Hilda Kahl was hostess to the Bridge Club Saturday in her home. At cards, Mrs. Frank Schelldorf held high score and ed. There was dancing between I L C Thiedeman, second interesting. We did manage a| tnat a cnild can catch pneumonia week at West Okoboji which was very enjoyable." Mr. McElhinney — "My job as a Park Ranger at Grand Teton National Park gave me an opportunity to meet many interesting during the summer as well as in the winter, and I have a hospital bill to prove it." Mr. Hansen — "Probably the most satisfying part of my sum mer was the voice lesson program people and i 'to Wjoy"*new"%xperT-! wn ' cn ... ra h for e 'S nt weeks. I was| a hurricane. We felt ences. I had opportunities toi more Pleased with the size, and 1 learn some fundamentals in!better still, many students showed mountain climbing, piloting an inboard motorboat and in the operation of a fire truck and other firefighting equipment. Lived in Tent "Our family spent the summer living in a tent and enjoyed it. For recreation we swam, went boating, hiked approximately 100 miles, attended numerous lectures about geology, animals, birds, history, etc.. went square dancing Staff Editor* — Dave Darling, Ann Wilson. Exchange Editor — Kathleen Olesen. Sports Editors — Rob Bums, Jim Wilson. Cartoonists — Dave Dicken, Judy Hartzell, Lucile Sullivan, Roxanne Weaver. Reporters — James Lhotka, Deanna Grundmeier, Sara Robb. Pat Olerich, Judee Autry, Donna Lhotka, Kathy Winnike, Betty Lauridsen, Sandy Hensel, Kay Murray, Larry Crouse, Gayle Ann Gruber, Beftha Anneberg, Jerry Semmens, Sharon Kobbe. Ifyaik^a.;«*' Joan Davie. Cor* uu» Wiim, fine prospects in learning to use their singing voice properly. In years to come these people will be of valuable assistance to their school in participation in the fine arts program." > Vacation in West "My family and I had a very nice vacation through the West at the end of the summer. It was highlighted by a short stay with relatives in Las Vegas, Nev." Miss Copeland —; "Attending the Monterrey Institute of Technology at Monterrey, Mexico, was both enjoyable and profitable. I also enjoyed the side trips with my sister's family to Horsetail Falls, Saltillo and San Antonio, Tex." Mr. Collinge — "I took a full semester's work toward an M. A. degree at Iowa State Teacher's College, where I'll be able to finish this course within two summers." Mr. Bruns -- "I played ball out of Mason City all summer .in the Southern Minnesota Baseball League." Mrs. Fister — "An interesting event during my two weeks, in Galveston, Tex., this summer was the preparation for "Hurricane Bertha" if she arrived. Bulletins were issued every few hours on the direction and strength of the storm. Beach patrol* directed BwimoiMs to leavs the beaches. ing boards over windows up until j widely separated parts of the 6:00 p.m., at which time it was United States and thus exchange determined that the storm was di-| ideas, techniques and gripes. And minishing in strength and would j second, because it not only afford- strike Louisiana instead of Texas.! ed an excellent opportunity to Unusual Experience ; travel in New England but also "There had been a great deal! permitted us to live among the of excitement in the air and we j people and become better ac- felt we had experienced some- j quainted with their customs." thing unusual for lowans, without 1 Mr. Coyan«— "During the last actual exposure to the dangers of i three months I was employed in a hurricane. We felt that we j the 'Land of the Shining M o u n- were fortunate." tains,' better known as Glacier Miss Young, — "I spent six National Park. The work as a weeks in New York City attend-; park ranger is interesting because ing Columbia University. As a' of its diversified activities in the part of the course I took, I was protective field, and my contact also required to have a full-time' with road tourists and stranded office position in the city. I work- j tourists was a continual enjoyed as a secretary in the manu-1 ment. Some people can get them- facturing department of the Mc- j selves in unique predicaments. Craw-Hill BorJk Company." j Never a dull moment." Mr. Rogosch — "My summer i Mr. Jungst — "1 had a very was spent in various ways: I profitable summer at the Univer- 1 Going to South Dakota forisity of Wyoming where I studied graduate work. i the trends in the teaching of high 2. Teaching at the high mathematics with fifty-one courses. The couple left from the Country Club on their wedding trip through the Carolinas. When they return, they will reside in Peoria, Illinois, where Mr. Erickson is employed." Ace Dance Is Affair to Remember Thanks to Mr. Paulsen and the Audio-Visual Club for handling the sound equipment and to Mr. Bottolfson for taping the music, the Ace dance Saturday night, August 31, really started the dances off with a bang. It really seemed good to see the familiar seniors again, besides all the other students. Everyone was busy writing in other students' Aces between attempts to read the new Ace. The Ace staff along with Mrs. Anderson should really be congratulated for their wonderful work to produce such a complete history of the year of 1956 and 1957. 3. Playing in Fort Dodge with Karl King's Band." Mrs. Fltzpatrick — "Accompanying Rita Morrissey as her chaperon when she represented Carroll in the Miss Iowa contest at Clear Lake was the most interesting and unique experience I had this summer." Mrs. Anderson — "For the Andersons, the summer followed the other math teachers from twenty- seven states and one foreign country. Our instructors were leading educators in the field of mathematics and mathematicians from industry. Need Great "Dr. Colvin, head of Numerical Analysis at Boeing Aircraft, informed us that the need for properly trained mathematicians in in- same pattern as several of thejdustry is very great. According to last few years; summer school for me at the University of Minnesota with the boys at their grandmother's in Sibley. Then in July we took a short trip to Wisconsin and Lake Superior, returning to Carroll late in August." Mr. Gruber "I spent the summer at an institute for high school chemistry teachers at the University of New Hampshire. This was one of- the many summer institutes for high school sc4- him, to be properly trained one must have at least a master's degree in mathematics and, in addition, a knowledge of chemistry, physics, English, history, government, economics, philosophy, psychology anrj one foreign language; "On weekends my family and I enjoyed sight-seeing trips through Rocky Mountain National Park, Denver, Cheyenne, Snowy Range and other points of interest in the West." Toastmasters Will Resume Meetings Toastmasters Club will resume meetings Tuesday after the summer recess with a social hour at Hotel Burke from 6 to 8:30 p.m. to be followed by dinner, a business meeting and program. Chairman of the business meeting will be Robert S. Morrow, Invocation will be offered by Louis Drees Sr. Top- icmaster will be Ed Buchmann and toastmaster Frank Eulberg. Speakers on the opening night program will be, Bill Burgess, Paul Brutsch, Pr, ! J.,Lawrence Cochran, and Paul Crouse. General evaluator will be Ernest Grenier; individual evaluators John Gronslal, Dr. Rex Heese, Alfred Klocke and Martin Maher; grammarian Mr. Morrow; and timer Dr. John V. Sullivan. high. Refreshments were served by the hostess. JAYCEES TO MEET Norman Nelson of. Council Bluffs, state Jayce$ vice president, will be the speaker at a meeting of Carroll Jaycees Wednesday night in the Chamber of Commerce rtjpm. Winter * meeting hours will be,: resumed with this meeting which will be ceiled et 8 pan. Passick Family Meets for Reunion (Time* Herald .New* Service) MANNING — The annual Passick family reunion was held Sept. 1 at the Memorial Hall in Vail. Family members present for the picnic and entertainment were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Passick, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mack and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Passick and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Fassick and family, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Dethlef Passick, Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Passick and daughter, Earlham; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lass, John Stoolman, Clinton; Mr. and Mrs. John Passick, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mohr and Theon, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kuhl and family, Mrs. Theodore Kuhl, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kluver and family, Mr. and Mrs. August Wad- rick and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Passick, Mapleton; Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Passick, Sac City; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Burrows and Eleanor, Sumner; Mrs. John Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Petersen. LaPorte City; E. O. Schumann and Gary, Westside; Mr. and Mrs. William Adams and family, Vail; Mrs. Minnie Petersen, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Petersen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Petersen and family, Westside; Mrs, C. A. Beerman, Eddie and Bonnie, Omaha; Mrs. Darrell Tenicke and family, Jerry Tetiicke, Valley, Neb.; Mrs. Maynard Ohl and family, Dow City; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wiese,. Arion; Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Vollstedt, Carl and Barbara, RoseSpleker. Mr. and Mrs. C F. Schumann, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arp„ August Passick, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Arp and family, Mr. and Mrs, Norman Arp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knueven and family, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hagedorn, Mr. and Mrs Harold Hodne and Randy, Mabel Arp, Manning. Officers, elected for next year are: Charles Schumann, Buffalo Center, president; Henry Kluver, Mapleton, vice president; and Mrs, Joe Knueven, Manning, sec ret ary.treasuriv. he is a participant in the confer ence. All Democratic senators and congressmen from the 13 states in- Harry Schade scored high atj cards; Mfs. Ott Hagedorn, sec-- ond; and Mrs. Labert Stahl. low.' 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