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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 11, 1957
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Pair Held For Robbery VINTON <J&-Two Cedar Rapids men accused of robbing a Blairs- fown garage operator, were being held Wednesday for action of the Benton County District Court on charges of robbery with aggravation. Sheriff Edward Thompson filed the.charges Tuesday against Robert Leroy James, 23 and Robert Lee Huston, Jr., 24. The two waived preliminary hearing before Justice of the Peace Fay Hite and were bound over to the District Court. They were accused of taking $385 from Lloyd Shaull, 39, in the office of his garage at Blairstown Sunday night. They were apprehended Monday in Des Moines and returned here. Both were held in jail in default of $5,000 bond each. APPROVE SCHOOL ISSUE GARNER UPh-A $375,000 bond issue for a new elementary grade school building for the Garner Community School District was approved by voters Tuesday 556 to 70. Manning Spot I He Vol. 3 Published by and for the «tudent* of the Manning Public School No. 1 Meet These NewTeachers Coach Donald Buhr Meet "Coach" Donald Buhr who attended Upper Iowa " University to get his Bachelor of Science Degree. He came here from Sumner. Ia., to coach basketball, baseball and is the assistant football coach. If you should see a blue-eyed, brown-haired teacher who is five feet, ten inches tall and weighs one hundred sixty pounds, you'll know it is Coach Buhr. He has a wife, Caroline, and a son, Steven, who is 14 months old. The subjects he is teaching are: . Physical education, both boys and} girls, and general science. j When asked what he liked or j disliked about Manning he replied, j "I feel that Manning has been very friendly and that everyone Staff Editor—Janice Jensen. Assistant Editor—Rae Lynne Wycoff. Business Manager — Marcia Martens. Reporters — Ruth O h d e, Jack Hansen, Leanne Ehlers, Judy Kuhl, Priscilla Hiatt, Delores Ahrendsen, Darlene Eckholdt, Barbara Vollmer, Linda Meggers. DEADLINE SEPT. 30, 1957 for Payment for the Second Half of 1956 Taxes Penalty Starts October 1st !. C. C. SULLIVAN County Treasurer* has been quite helpful In my getting started." We want to welcome him to Manning High School. — Linda Meggers. Lawrence Nothwehr Hey kids, have you seen the tall, blonde addition to the faculty? His name is Lawrence Nothwehr, the new vocational agriculture instructor at Manning High. Mr. Nothwehr was born Sept. 8, 1935, at Delaware, la., and attended high school at College Springs, Ia. He recently received his Bachelor of Science degree from Iowa State College where he has devoted a great deal of the past four years of his life. So — we conclude that his teaching experience adds up to about two weeks. Further interrogation revealed other items of interest such as the following: He has a lovely wife by the name of Shirley Ann and a daughter, age one, named Lorri Anne. During his leisure hours, sleeping and eating rank high as favorite pastimes. However, he also enjoys playing with his daughter. Most phases of athletics, as well as working with dairy cattle and farm mechanics are of major interest to him. By the way, he absolutely detests mowing his lawn. Working with young people and trying to stay "ahead" of them is the enjoyable part of teaching, according to Mr. Nothwehr. We at Manning High would like to extend a hearty welcome to you, Mr. Nothwehr.—Judy Kuhl. POWERFUL Gasoline contains nearly three times the energy of TNT, six times that of nitroglycerine and more than seven times as much as dynamite. Interviews With Seniors I would like to introduce to you two new members of the junior class. Vivian Adamson Vivian Adamson was born in Dunlap fifteen years ago and has dark hair and a sincere amiable personality. Las year she attended Schleswig High School, where she was "active in band, Glee Club and the Dramatics Club. She took part in a one-act play given by the Dramatics Club in a declamatory contest. • The play received a division one rating in the district contest. Favorites of Vivian are: Food, shrimp; pastime, dancing; sport, swimming; actor, Sal Mineo; and song, Honeycomb. Because she plans to go to college, Vivian is taking the College Preparatory course. By the way, she likes Manning High very much! Carmen Wiefenbach Carmen Wiefenbach is 17 years old, has blue eyes and long wavy hair. She has lived in Mapleton most of her life and attended school there last year. This year Carmen is taking home economics, bookkeeping, American history and English III. She enjoys watching baseball games and loves to dance. She also likes being a car hop at the Dairy Mart. "Beginning school in Ma n- ning," Carmen said, "was easy because the kids are helpful and friendly." Now that you've met Carmen and Vivian I'm sure youMl join me in welcoming them to MHS.— Delores Ahrendsen. Visit Families At Sioux Falls, S. D. (Times Hernld News Service) AUBURN—Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Heim and family and Mrs. E. A. Heim were weekend visitors in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Schulte and Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Baker and family at Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kluyer and children, Diane, Janet arid Larry of Lake Park were guests several days last week in the home of her Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa W»dn#«d«y, s*pt. 11, 1957 YOU BUY FOR LESS AT COAST-TO-COAST IN CARROLL Save Now at These Special Low Prices GET CORN BUCKS, TOO! — and Shop Ceast-to- Coast first. Our complete stock assures you of finding what you want— when you , want it. PAINT and SAVE - NOW! 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Ixcau Tax and Your Recappable Tire PHARIS "CUSHION" ; RAYON TUBELESS TIRES M" $14.95 Plui Fed. ixclta Tax and Your ; Racappabl* Tire - t CLOSE-OUT! WINCHESTER 2-CBLL FLASHLIGHT J«t Spot. Aluminum, Enamol Trim* $1.19 Value 77c SAVi - SAVE Random Observations School started August 26. Vacation ended—for most. „ It appears that a rest did the old building good — new lights here and there, refinished desks, etc. How soon before all the new textbooks we got will be mutilated like the old? Sure do miss the presence of upper-classmen. It really seems strange that we, last year's juniors, are top dog around here now. New faces everywhere: Freshmen, freshmen, freshmen!! Where did they all come from, and where will we put there all! Three minutes doesn't give one much time to decide if one's next class is upstairs or in the basement does it, underclassmen? Then enthusiastic athletes are working out even harder this year due to the addition of a mechanical blocking sled to the athletic facilities. We. think Coach Beach should be given Carpenter-cngineer-de- signer of the Month Award for his car-spring two by four contraption. What about it football boys? All things uttered about Sr. English sound like they will come true. What a relief! We don't have to listen to boys glee (?) club this year—at least not yet anyway. It's to bad the library isn't open and the detention hall shut!! Won't last year's bulletin boards even get cleaned off? Oh well, anyway we have new newspapers and magazines to look at. At least there will be something to do in study hall.—Jack Hansen. Opinions on MHS Comet What would you suggest we add to the annual this year?, What did you like or dislike about last year's Comet? Julia Johnson —> I think you should have more snapshots of all the kids. Don't put the Jr, High pictures in the annual. I liked the pictures before the classes and the end picture, Carl Saunders — More sports, football clippings and pictures. I liked the pictures of all the Kings and Queens of the dances. Pam Groleluschen — I think they ought to bring back the class prophecy and have more pictures of,the social events. I didn't like them bringing the Jr. High into a high school annual. Kenny Puck — Dedicate more pages to the underclassmen. I dislike the Jr. High being in there.' Sandra Dammann — 1 think the class will and prophecy should be put back in as it was in previous issues. I especially liked the pictures introducing t h e various classes and organizations. > Larry Rowedder — I thought! that this year's annual was very \ good. I think that there should be; more pages on special activities,; especially the dances and athletics.—Ruth Ohde. rWYo/t/t 1561 MI. 1561 M.. TOSS UP . . .For vacation-bent residents of Kinsley, Kan., It's a toss up as to whether they take a trip to New York to see the sights of Manhattan or go west to look at the Golden Gate. As the sign shows they are halfway between the two cities. The sign, located on U.S. Highway 50, gives tourists an idea of just how big the country is. Steam locomotive In background was a gift to the town from the Santa Fe Railroad. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wright accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoneboom and family of Lake View to Minnesota over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Wright visited relatives at Balaton and the Schoneboom family, visited Mr. andMrs. Curtis Nielson and family at Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brinker and their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Halstrom of Waverly were entertained Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Blair at Lytton. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Staples of McGregor and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Bevins of Wellsburg visited Auburn friends Sunday afternoon and evening. The Staples family are former Auburn residents.. How Teachers Spent Summer Miss Klisart—Went to Europe. Mr. Plambeck — Vacationed in Minnesota. Wisconsin, Lake Okoboji and around Manning. Mr. Nothwehr — Worked around Manning most of the summer. Mr. Mast — Went to summer school for eight weeks and spent a week in Milwaukee. Mr. Wilcox — Spent most of my vacation in Manning. I missed my mother's home cooking, so I went to Waterloo to visit her. One day; 1 helped Dick Bowers make hay. 1 lasted three hours, and it nearly killed me! Mr. Munster — Attended Colorado State College at Greeley, Colorado. Miss Karsten — Spent the summer at my home irt Manning. Mr. Beach — Attended Iowa! State Teachers College in Cedar j ! Falls. ! j Mr. Laverty — Went to summer i j school at Drake University in Des' Moines. j Mr. Buhr — Operated a soft ice j cream shop.—Leanne Ehlers". \ Hot Lunch Menu Sept. 16 to 20th Monday—Beefburger pie, peach cottage cheese salad, chocolate chip squares, white bread and butter, milk, coffee. Tuesday — Pork sandwiches, waldorf salad, rice custard, corn bread, extra milk, coffee. Wednesday — Wieners on buns, cscalloped corn, sliced tomatoes, chocolate pudding, milk, coffee. Thursday — Creamed chicken over biscuits, buttered peas, carrot sticks, cake with whipped cream pineapple topping, whole wheat bread, butter, milk, coffee. Friday — Fishsticks, tarter sauce, potato chips, buttered carrots with parsley, pear sauce, bread, butter, milk, coffee. About 73 per cent of all American families own automobiles. 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