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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 13, 1976 Page 7 - Section 1 Paul Channing Turner David Charles Warne ttonor Student James W. Wilson Connie L. Wood Dewaine Louis Zade CLASS DAY HI GH SCHOOL LITTLE THEATER l: 00 P. M., THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1976 MANKA TO HI GH SC HOOL USD #278 CLASS OF "1976 " of Ceremoni es Class President llass Will of the Universe lass Prophesy Tadhi Lea Silsby Thomas Kent Marr Senior Girls Ensemble Gary David Blankenau President Vice President Secretary - - Treasurer-- Student Counci 1 Sponsors Superintendent Tadhi Lea Silsby Terri Lee Berneking Debra Gail Hesket Tamara Renee Esslinger ........ Barbara June Smith Duane Snyder --- Don Anderson M. D. Boyles Council Report- Gary David Blankenau Student Council President iany iftorians wards and Recognition Senior Class Senior Class Principal and Faculty FLOWER: - -Carnation COLORS:---Red, White, and Blue MOTTO: .... "Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail. " Author Unknown LEDI C TORI AN --- LUTA TORI AN .... CORLENE RUTH LANGE BARBARA JUNE SMITH POEM:---"My will shall shape my future Whether I fail or succeed shall be No man's doing but my own, I am the force; I can clear any obstacle before me, Or I can be lost in the maze, My choice; M,y responsibility; Win or Lose Only I hold the key to my destiny. " by Elaine Maxwell llonor Honor Pepsters year of 1975-76 announced. be an Honor Pep a must have earned awarded for attend- making hoops and performing skits, and of the services that helped with )ions for the Bi- Talent Show and for Fun Day, and serving Banquet. list of those in Honor seniors - Terri Ber- Barb Buster, Tamara Dabble Jansen, Jonas, Corlene Lange, McCammon, Tadhi Barb Smith, and Con- underclasswomen - Cindy Peterson, San- Diana Hesket, Bey Kennedy, Mari- ANgela Pierce, Lange, Patti Love) Senior TailoriNg Class, EssllNger, Corlenv LaNge, left to right: Debbie Jensen, Tadhi Stlsby, Barbara Smith Tammy McCammon, Debbie and Terri Berneking. Hesket, Patti Jonas, Tammy HOME EC STYLE SHOW coats, Juniors in a fashion for "Now Fashions in Ancient Places" was the theme of the annual Home Economics style show at the Mankato High School on May 6. Students entered into a mythological setting from an entrance de- picting the ruins of Rome. Fashions that have been completed during the classes this year were modeled by each student, and some home projects were also shown.The scenes included two of the Freshman Clothing Class, Juniors with the children's garments, Seniors in tailored themselves and the Prom scene. Narrators for the program were Corlene Lange, Tamara Esslinger, Terri Berneking . and Jerry Harder. The stag~ scenery was put up by the Foods" classes and Lori Blankenau was the "artist in exhibition" for the Roman scene. At the organ were Lori Dunstan and Roxan Hurd who furnished background music. Mrs. Rachel Dodd, Home Economics teacher, and the students wish to thank every- one for their attendance. and Denise Warne. mhs Art Students Paint Fireplugs Mrs. Anderson and a couple of students, Barb Buster and Dab Snider, have the bicentennial spirit. Satur- day, May 1, they painted eight fire hydrants on Commercial Street in the bicentennial col- ors - red, white and blue. "V-'-'--- WOMEN HONORED FOR PLAY ON K. U. ATHLETIC TEAMS Lawrence - Members of the University of Kansas' 10 women's intercollegiate ath- letic teams were honoreddur- ing a reception and banquet on Sunday, April 25, in the Ball- room of the Kansas Union, Kaia Stroup, K. U. dean of women, and Marian E. Wash- ington, director of women's athletics at K. U., presided over the program, which fea- tured a talk by former U. S. Olympic speed skater Barbara Lockhart, assistant dean for administrative services for the College of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance at Temple University. Following the talk, coach- es of the K. U. wome#s bas- ketball, field hockey, golf, gymnastics, softball, swim- ming, tennis, cross country, track and volleyball teams introduced team members and recounted briefly the season's accomplishments. Recognized for her partic- ipation in women's athletics at K.U. during 1975-76 was Carrie Weltmer, Mankato, junior is track. Carrie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Weltmer. New thriller ride. NEW THRILLER RIDE AT JEWELL OLD SETTLERS Hey Kids! A new thrill ride is coming to town when the Ottaway Amusement Corn- patty opens its 3 day stand at the Old Settlers Celebration in Jewell from J une 19 through June 19. The Sizzler ride is a ride which will turn youevery direction but inside out all at the same time. The Sizzler ride, manufactured by the Wisdom Mfg. Co. fColorado, was first carried on the Otta- way Amusement Company in 1975. For )76 the Sizzler is back as one of the top attrac- tions on the midway. The Sizzler ride, although slightly resembling the popular Scrambler ride, is a real unique experience inride enjoyment. You'll feel like an astronaut returning from out- er space when you have your first ride on the thrilling Sizzler ride on the Ottaway Amusement Co. midway. Re2 member the Sizzler ride is just one of many rides for both the small fry and adults. Don't miss a ride on the Sizzler, when the Ottaway Amusement uper Regardless of Our Costs... Out They Go! All four by Helen of Troy... What Prices! $35 "Rizianne" Venicelon Skin Capless ..................... $3.95 $35 'Tomboy" (Blow Cut) Elura ................................ $5.95 $25 "Lynda" Kanekalon ..... $5.00 $25 "Luci" Silkalon (Curly) $6.50 Top Merchandise - Most Recently Unpacked. Balance of entire 8rocks H.O.T. and Gabor, 50% or more off. Sale positively ends Saturday, May 29. (Plenty for all.) JAMESTOWN (Distributors) Prelude COMMENCEMENT HI GH SCHOOL GYMNASI UM SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1976 8:00 P, M. Sylvia Meye r *Processional Sylvia Meyer "Pomp and Circumstance" *Invocation Connie L. Wood Senior Class Welcome Tadhi Lee Silsby Class President Appreciation Terri Lee Berneking Class Vice President "Medley" Senior Girls Ensemble Patriotic Melodies Sermonette Stanford E. Murrell Pastor, Christian Church Presentation of Honor Awards-M. D. Boyles Superintendent "I Hold the Key"- Barbara June Smith Salutatorian "Sunrise, Sunset"-- Senior Mixed Ensemble from "Fiddler on the Roof" "Be Diverse and Create a Distinct Trail" Corlene Rugh Lange Valedictorian Presentation of Class M.D. Boyles Superintendent Presentation of Diplomas .... Board of Education G. W. Berneking, President of Board *Benediction Tamara Renee Esslinger Class Treasurer *Recessional --- "Mahogany" Postilude .................. Barbara Lanae Barbara Lange * Audience Standing Co. opens its June 17 to 19 date at the Old Settlers Cele- bration in Jewell. BURR OAK STUDENT PRE-REGISTERS AT KANSAS WESLEYAN Salina - Doug Lenz, a sen- Brock Barron given highest piano rating Brock Barton, daughter of Dr. ior at Burr Oak High School, and Mrs. John Barren, received completed we-registration on the highest rating possible at the Tuesday, May 5, at Kansas National Piano Teachers' Guild held last Friday. Wesleyan in preparation for To receive the highly superior the fall semester 1976. rating she played Beethoven's Mr. Lenz, Box 158, Burr No. 5 in C minor and Ravers Oak, plans to major in biology Sonatina 1st and 2nd movements. and chemistry. Brock also received the dlstinc- In addition to completing tion of being placed in the Judges Brock has been playing since Critics Circle. enrollment, Mr. Lenz met with Her judge and critic was Jo she was 8 years old. ~e has faculty members and admini- Morgan Stimson who has competed in the State level the strators to learn about Was- majored in both piano and organ, past 2 years. She playsthe or- leyan's programs. During the Brock will play Saturday at gan, also. Needless to sayher day, a group of about 2"0par- Kearney State College, where eats also met with Wesleyan students receiving hishly grandmother is very proud of President Daniel Bratton, superior or superior ratings her. Her mother istheformer continue to state competition in Charlotte Frahm. Academic Vice President Or- the fall. I am enjoying my children ville Voth, and Dean of Stu- dents Dan Flanagan to learn about the "Wesleyan Expe- rience." Another pre-registration day for new students is sched- uled for June 15. Only those students formally accepted for admission to Kansas Wesleyan are allowed to pre-register. Mr. Lenz received the Wesleyan Search for Excel- lence award in 1976 and, as a recipient, is receiving a four- year scholarship to attend Kansas Wesleyan. .L 2; L Z Mike Dempsey, who is at- tending Fort Hays State Col- lege, was here last week vis- Ring at the home of his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dempsey. Brock is a student of Mrs. Gall Baily of Bertrand. Brock has been accepted as a student at Rocky Ridge Music Center near Estes Park, Colo. This is a private music center and she will be there 7 1/2 weeks this sum- mer. She will study piano, theory and have a minimum of 3 hours practice daily. Brock is 15 years old and will be a junior in high school in the fall. Editor' s note: Blanche Nelson of Lexington, Nebr., sent this picture ofhergrand- daughter, Brock Elaine Bar- ron, with the following letter: Dear Mary, I am enclosing an article about my granddaughter that I thought would be of some in- terest to my friends at home. and grandchildren here inNe- braska but miss all of my friends and "home" in Man- kato. We have had non-stop .- rain for several days but to- ~ day the sun is ~hintng and all ;: looks fresh and tx, autiful. We '~ all enjoy reading the Record ~: and look forward to it every week. I hope this finds you and"~ your family well and happy. One has to stay "young# just ~- to barely keep up with all the : grandchildren are doing- col- lege, student councils, drill ~ teams, recitals, sports, etc. They are all a joy to me...::" Sincerely, Blanche Nelson. ~'.. 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