Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 17, 1957 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 17, 1957
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The Mount Carmel Echoes Vol. 9 Published by the Students of Mt. Carmel Hlflh School Carroll, Iowa, Tuesday, S«pt, 17, 1957 No. 1 TIIHM Herald, Carroll, la. "j Tuesday, Sept. 17, 1M7 / A Look at Last Year's Graduates As the starts we graduates year. We new school year naturally miss the of the previous find that some of them have traveled elsewhere, James Bruch is now at the Immaculate- Conception Seminary, in Missouri. Milo Tiefenthaler is attending St. John University in Minnesota. • Robert Reiff is enrolled as a freshman at Crelghton University, Nebraska. Kenneth Janning is working for the Witt Flooring Co. *»of Davenport. Paul Baumhover is working for Carroll Wholesale Lumber Co. James Grote is working for W. Neumeyer. lone Vonnahme and Emily Pudenz are working at St. Anthony Hospital. Anne Marie Berger is working at the Hi-Way Cafe Margaret Becker is at home with her mother. On the Mount Frpsh Comment On High School Shirley Vanderheiden — I like the subjects in the freshman year, they are harder, but more interesting. Jerrine Brinker — High school is different in the changing of: classes and in the activities, i There are so ma.ny things one can learn and like to do. Rita Wiederin - 1 like high school because we have a variety of subjects. Janet Goecke — I like t h e friendly relations with the other students. Alice Grote — 1 have enjoyed my first two weeks of hiyh school ; very much. Janice Fossing — 1 found my: first days in high school very interesting. I like the changing of: rooms and books at eaih period, i Lois .fanning — 1 like rjest the friendly spirit between all of the students and teachers. I like the three-minute "break" between classes. Ronald Julirh — We «o straight through the day without any re- \ cess, but the time goes very last, i Elmer Schettler — One of the | nice things about high school is; | that every forty minutes we can : get up and stretch our cramped. legs and gel a drink. Marvin Hurgerieh—Hi^h school' is not at all monotonous, because we move from one room to another. I am glad to have the chance to go to high school. Dennis Ludwig — I find the subjects in high school interest-; ing. There are only five of them and I can put more lime on my studies and do better work. Norman Schettler — 1 like the , separate study periods thai are. quiet. We can get much of our On August 26, Our Lady of Mount Carmel school opened with a high mass in' honor of the Holy Spirit, celebrated by the Rev. 0. W. Koester, superintendent of the school. Fifty-five had registered in the high school and 130 in the grade school. Sr. M. Alphonsine was the j work done during thai time, only new teacher in high school,) Jane Fieskes — In high school and Sr. M. Josella was the new I one feels grown up and develop- teacher in the first and second: e d. I like the way high school grade. ATOMS OVER BRUSSELS ... The 360-foot-hlgh Atnmium, sketched above, will be the dominant theme-structure at the 1958 Brussels World's Fair. Equivalent to a 30-story skyscraper, it will represent the atomic structure of an elemental iron crystal enlarged 160 billion times. The Atomium consists of nine gigantic steel spheres, each 59 feet In diameter, Interconnected by a. scries of 95-foot tubular passageways. The structure, with an overall weight of 1,400 tons, will rest on a base sphere with additional support from a trio of rigid steel pylons buttressing the threo lower spheres. students communicate and g e t, self-confident. along together. It makes one feel j welcome. The way the faculty ; DISCOVERED VACCINE lets us on our own makes us feel; Two French scientists of Pasteur Institute, Calmette and' Guerin, discovered BCG, anti-tuberculosis vaccine in |he early the decades of the twentieth century. BUSY DAYS AT MT. CARMEL . . . Here pictured by the camera are some of the opening activities at Our Lady of Mount Carmel High school. At left, reading down: Officers of the Marianist unit of CSMC pose. They are (seated) Wayne Gross, president: Marcella Reiff, secretary: (standing) Gerald Baumhover, treasurer; Eugene Wiederin. vice-president. Juniors in the next picture selecting class rings are' Louise Janning, Marie Broich and Donald Bruch. Pietured next is the Echoes staff—Leonard Baumhover, co-editor; Roger Pudenz, sports editor; William Schumacher, circulation and general manager, and Robert Lenz, editor. Below Is a choir practice for 40 Hours. Rear row: Ronald Goecke, Donald Loeffelholz, William Schumacher; center row: Anita Baumhover, Mary Grote, Mary Jane Wiederin; front row: Marcia Wittry, Betty Vanderheiden. At right, from top: freshmen are shown in their initiation attire of green horns and green ties. Standing: Marvin Huegerich, Elmer Schettler, Dennis Ludwig, Norman Schettler, Ronald Julich, Jane Fieskes, Janine Brinker; seated: Shirley Vanderheiden, Lois Janning, Janice Fossing, Janet Goecke, Alice Grote, Rita Wiederin. Sophomores on the committee for the Freshman Welcome Party are next. Standing: Eugene and Lome Baumhover, LuJean Fossing, Donna Koren, Judy Schapman; seated: Eileen Wiederin, Kathleen Pudenz. In the lower picture students of the new Consumer Education class are discussing problems. Standing: Kenneth Nieland, Nell Stork, Alfred Pudenz; seated: Roger Pudenz, Leonard Baumhover. (Mt. Carmel Echoes Staff Photos.) On September 4, the juniors se-, lected their class rings. j On September 6, the Marianists I unit of the CSMC held its first 1 1 meeting of the year. The officers j were installed as follows: Wayne :| Gross, president; Eugene Wieder­ in, vice president; Marcella Reiff, •secretary; and Gerald Baumhover, treasurer. j One of the big events is Forty Hours devotion which started Sep- j tember 15 and concludes today. It opened with a high mass at 9:30 Sunday and closed with a solemn | high mass, procession and bene-; diction Tuesday morning at ten; o'clock. The choir made very spe- j cial preparation for the occasion.! SPECIAL VALUES in Warm School Clothes for Boys and Girls! Editorial Varied Accomplishments 4 By Mount Carmel Alumni As in other years, the publish- j a farm northwest of Carroll. Mr. ers of the Mount Carmel Echoes | and Mrs. Ed Danzer (Joan Schet- review the accomplishments of | tier, '54) are parents of a daugh- Forty hours is a time of special j devotion to the B1 e s s e d Sacrament. It is a time to make ?epar-'i ation for the sins of man all over \ the world and to give God the j adoration due to Him* The Bless-! ed Sacrament is exposed for ourj adoration, and so there should al<1 ways be someone in the church j during the day. Many graces and plenary indulgences can be gained by making ; 1 | visits and attending the services • ! Mary Maher of Carroll. Donald j durin * this timc | Schettler. '55, employed with the) The inspiring sermons are al- I Janning Brothers, was recently j ways interesting and remind us j married to Edna Langel of Tern-, all of our duty to God. Everyone! | pleton. Alfred Loeffelholz, *50, will ; be advanced to deaconship on September 21. He is studying at should take time out to think of his spiritual welfare and to get the most good out of the Forty St. Bernard's Seminary, Dubuque, ! Hours to help us all towards our la eternal salvation. our alumni. This group of boys and girls have a variety of accomplishments. Among them are the following: Mr. and Mrs. William Baumhover, '54 (Margaret Mary Reiff, '55> became the parents of a son. They are living on After making his final vows in 1 ter and are farming southeast of! the congregation of- Holy Cross on A "hyroerit« is like a pin— points ona way and heads the* We point with pride to our better claim service. With us — we represent YOU, the customer, first. Talk over your insurance prob lem with us. There's no obligation. » For the answer to your insurance questions feel free to call me ft thf Dolezal Insurance Agency Dial 4140, Carroll. Lawrence Janning, '53, was drafted to the armed services during the summer. Tames Baumhover, '53, was married to Marie Christianson of Vail. James is farming his mothers • farm. Marvin Schettler, '56, is, just recently employed with the Janning brothers for the Witt Flporing Company. Louis Wittry, -'55, is now driving a stock'truck for Paul Schapman of Mt: Carmel L e o if' Wernimpnt, '55, is attending Iowa State pollege. Mr. and Mrs. Mer« lin Kr'ausa. (Mary Lou Schettler), '53, now living north -A Lidderdale, are parents. of a daughter. Virgil Baumhover, '51, is now sta-1 John Adams was the first U. S. turned in Korea and married to ambassador to England. August 16 in the' Sacred Heart Church, Notje Dame, Ind., Paul Rosonke, C.S,C., '52, spent two weeks with his mother here at Mount Carmel. Rose Zita Rosonke '56, joined the convent of the Victory Noll Missionary Sisters at Huntington. Ind. Phyllis Bruch, 55, and Nprma Jean Wiederin, '55, joined the Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual Adoration at LaCrosse, in August. Sophs Sponsor Welcome Party The Freshman Welcome Party was held' 1 Friday, Sept. 6, at 2:001 p<m. It came as a complete .surprise to the rest of the high school students, when the sophomores started the activities by dressing the freshmen up as WASHABLE COLORFUL JEANS Fully Flanne Lined Washable 9 -oz. denim boxer style jeans, warmly lined with fast color sanforized flannel, two front pockets. Size 6 months to 8 years. FAMOUS TUMBL-TOGS CORDUROY SLACKS 'green horns" and making them We shall be glad to heMr more i parade before the upper classmen, from our alumni.and to publish it J Then they were taken to the! in Mount Carmel Echoes. Let us; gym where they had to perform hear from you, simple but probably embarrassing stunts. This was followed by danc-1 ing and serving of a light lunch. TH* SCHOOL FASHION STARS ARE AT DUFFY'S^ Uttit eirlt' L .at .r In arbwn or . Red S5.W * TWOS TrrfEf MORI KIDS ARE GOING BACK-TO-SCHOOL IN DUFFY'S SHOES DUFFY'S BOOTERY 1 v4 ' i-^i /('iiWik.»*L»i Consumer Education New Study This Year; A new subject taught at MtJ' Carmel this year is consumer education. It is taught by Sr. M. i Raphaelita to the senior boys. It I will be a great help to us in the future because in it we learn how \ to get the most out of out earnings so that we live well and still save some. This subject teaches us to have our needs before we satisfy our wants. j Wonderful washable fine wale corduroys that come out of your machine just as smooth and nice as they were when they were new. Boxer style and styles with self belt and zipper in both boys and girls sizes 6 months to 8 years. BOXIR STYLE CORDUROY SLACKS $1.98 MLF SILT ANO ZIPPIK STYLS $2.98 GIRLS SLIM PANTS IN FINE WALE CORDUROY FLANNEL AND KNIT SHIRTS TEA 'S FLAVOR j The flavor of tea comes from; curling and the essential oil in 1 the leaves. Its stimulating quality! comes from a small percentage of • thein, which is chemically the, same as the.caffeine in coffee. j Staff Robert Lens **- Editor, r Leonard Baafyheter — Coeditor. Roger Parian* — Sports Editor. •" v. ••• • ' ' ..• William Sehttmacher — Manager. ,,/ Reporters — Neil Stork, Kenneth Nieland, Roger Pudent, Eugene Wiederin and- William 3chumacher. Fine wale sanforized corduroy "Slim Pants" for girls 7 to 14. Tapered legs, self belt, side pockets. $049 ^ Mm Warm cotlon flannel shirts in gay plai-ds, Ivy stripes. Continental type collar, wash and wear, .sanforized fabrics. Also combed cotton jersey knits in Ivy stripes. Combed Cotton Knit Tee Shirts s.i. $1.00 Reinforced collar. Sizes 6 months to 8 years. WATERS 5th St. Dept. Store ft 111

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