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Area school news PAGE 3 The Harlan (Iowa) Tribune Thurs. Morning, April 17, 1969--Phone 755-3111 Contests, prom • Sh Iby in e news NOTICE By SARA MILLER "Clef Dwellers" for T-C students The Midland Clef Dwellers Let April 17 for the student a group of guy and gal an companying combo, are d studen.t body selected the finest voices and in- campus. director and an assistant founded the Clef Dwellers in and immediate popularity and a half of success, the Clef invited by the USO- National ) make a holiday tour through the area, entertaining servicemen show met with favor among Bahama Islands, invitation came for the 1967-68 hi-week venture to the sang for several thousand ball of Nebraska's host Class 'C' contest By CINDY GOETTSCH The State Class C music contest zt school April 11-12. Students from Nisha Valley, elby, Underwood, Treynor, r, Farragut, South Page, ew Market, Carson, Elk Horn, The music parents lunch room. Supt. Dale contest manager. HONOR ROLL BY BECKY BUCK the third nine week honor Charlotte Thiessen 4.00; Pierce, Debbie Petersen, :Marsh, Karl Maeland, ahr, Marcia Kries, Luleta .en Gr )ss, Susan Erickson, Patty Bero. Sievers, Willa Rieck 4.00; Davis 4.00; John Chandler, 4.00; Jim .Blare, Susie An- Shari Walter 4.00; Martha Pat Petersen, 4.00; Marty r, Wayne Jolmk, Mary Lou ,1 Andersen. Warnke, Rita Mueller sen, 4.00; Vicky Kuhr, Steve Kixmiller, 4.00; Rich ; Brenda Glissmann, Janella Governor Norbert T. Tiemann. A brightly costamed group, the Clef Dwellers sing bright and light show tanes, ballads, and popular folk tunes. Harvey A. Tayh)r, regional executive, United Service Organization, Inc., had this to say about the Clef Dwellers, "... The training and quality of your group musically speaking was second only to the general appearance, behavior, and outstanding stage presence which each member of the group displayed. Really, I have never been so impressed." ANNOUNCEMENTS ARRIVE The senior annotmcements arrived April 15. SHEI,BY -- Forty-five groups, including vocal solos, instrumental and piano solos, participated from Shelby at the small groups music contest at Walnut, April 11 and 12. The ratings were: "I" -- Pat Peterson, flute solo, Dennis Linn, French horn solo, Jill Linn, French horn solo, and French horn duet, quartet, brass sextet, saxophone quartdt, saxophone sextet, woodwind misc. group, woodwind trio (b), B fiat clarinet quartet, and woodwind quartet. II ratings -- French horn trio, flute quartets (a) and (b), flute duets (a) and (b), woodwind trio (a) and brass choir. These are the ratings of the instrumental groups under the direction of John Orwig. Vocal ratings are as follows: I ratings -- girl's high voice solos, Irene Cogdill and Lorrie Anderson, girl's medium voice solos, Nancy Flemming, Deanna Young and Marlene Young, girl's low voice solo, Pat Peterson, bariton voice solos, Ken Balster and Bill Luxford, girl's trio, madrigal and chamber choir. II ratings -- girl's high voice solos, Karen Dahl and Joan Dittmer, girl's medium voice solo, Sheryl Schnack, baritone voice solos, Garvin Babbitt, Bob Robinson, and Bob Burger, girl's sextet and girl's quartet. The vocal department is instructed by Harold Chader. Piano solos receiving I ratings were Sylvia Ploen and Pat Peterson. Carol Hockett received a II rating. The pianists are directed by Mrs Bruce Potter of Harlan. Altogether, the groups brought back twenty- four I's, sixteen II's, and four III's. GRADES VISIT DAIRY POP CONCERT HELD The annual Pop Concert was held April 18 at Tri-Center. The program consisted of selections from the concert band, mixed chorus, swing group, solos and other musical small groups. The concert was sponsored by the music association. Drake and Gary Blum. FFA BANQUET The Walnut FFA Chapter held it's annual banquet at the Colonial Motor Inn. There were approximately 100 members, parents and guests. Allen Hansen gave a review of the chapter activities for the year. Guest speaker was Ron Bradly, State FFA Secretary. Don Hansen presented the production awards. Paul Mueller received the Corn Production award, Beef Production went to Rich Bees, Livestock Farming award to Dave Koll, Farm Management to Roger Pierce, and Swine Production and Record Keeping award went to Wayne Johnk. Steve Koll recited the FFA Creed and the FFA Brass Band provided entertainment. Bob Matthies then presented four awards. Randy Brown received Salesmanship, Leadership went to Milton Boll. The Parliamentary Procedure Team received award pins. HONOR SECRETARIAL WEEK The two first grade sections toured April 11, the Allen Havick dairy farm. The children toured the milking parlor, cooler room, feeding lot and loafing shed. They were served Kool-Aid and cookies after the bus ride and tour. PROM HELD The Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom was held Saturday evening, April 19, in the school gymnasium. A banquet was served by the junior mothers while refreshments were provided at the dance by the senior mothers. Following the entertainment by the Highwaymen, the businessmen served an early breakfast. COMING EVENTS April 26 -- Conference Girls' track meet at ISD April 29 -- Lewis Central Relays (Girls) May 5  Squaw Relays at Missouri Valley. Notice 5/69 subscribers Check the date on your subscription -- it is stamped right after your name on page one. If it says 5/69 that means your paper expires this month and will be stop. ped on May 1, 1969, unless renewed The Secretarial Practice Class is having a promptly. tea today for all the secretaries in the town, in honor of National Secretarial Week. 0000000000000000000000000000000 :. FERTILIZ R l • e Dry or Liquids e e : --* .. ., , : Call Cox Grain : O Q • • MORE Tanks Co,K ! •   I • "m MORE " ' " " Q . 0 • appncaTors • • €: (. IF . IF . • " i • • • MORE 6 Ton Spreaders Q qL/l r • s, •  For GOOD Semce • II. A Good B&e- Cheap? D e NEW Equipment • , g • , • • :".]-m 7'/.burm - • iT S • . €OX FERTILIZER • Obey'he be.a* p/ace 0 ' an act £n _._o • TENNANT, IOWA : ' $1-25 .O t Phr. -- Shelby 544-2952 -- Harlan 744-3757 or 744-227$ 0 ! , zss-3. |ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o Announce honor roll for Irwin high school BY NANCY SHANNON IRWIN -- The third quarter honor roll has been announced with 57 students qualifying. They are: seniors -- Sharon Erb, Wanda Olson, Connie Petersen, Claudia Shannon, Wendele Maysent, Connie Darling, Iorna Monson, Tim Muller, Steve Hodne. Cindy Adams, Vicki Greet, John Holloway, Mary Mickelson, Lana Monsen, Randy Nelson, Nadine Nielsen, Nancy Shannon and Marlys Petersen. JUNIORS -- Steve Barratt, Jerry Holloway, Cindy Dunn, Alfred Plumb, Becky Brue, Susan Dent, Dile Feser, Raymond Flies and David IJnn. Sophomores -- Carole Hocine, Roger Juhl, Randy Birks, Myron Klein, Susan Blair, and Betty Dent. Freshmen -- Carles Baughman, Karen Brae, Susan Heilesen, Scott Maysent, Roger Barratt, Bruce Adams, Mary Heller and Diana Sehwieso. EIGHTH -- Joni Jensen. Debbie Nelson, Kathy Carter, Diana Erb, Susan Kloewer, Terry Marcussen, Kathy Knudson, Marlene Ostebee. and Linda Rasmussen. Seventh -- Yvonne Rieman, Lanette Thompson, Gall Barratt, Carmel Anderson, Michelle Baughman, Janice Shannon and Ann Heller. SMALL GROUP CONTEST Instrumental and vocal music small groups attended Small Group Contest April 11 and 12 at Walnut. There were 38 entries and from these, both groups brought home a total of 17 I ratings, 16 II's, and five III's. Four I's were received on instrumental solos by Becky Brae, Ann M::rcussen, Susan Dent, and Roger Juhl. Twelve I's were received on various small groups, 10 II's and three III ratings. Of the 10 entries in vocal music, five I's were received by Nadine Nielsen, Karen Brae, Tim Muller and Fred Oliver on solos and one by a boys' quartet. Four II's from two solos, a sextet and a trio were received. One III completed the ratings. Piano solos nmnberina three brought home 2 II's and a III. Solos were played by Susan Blair, Annis Hansen and Ann Marcussen. Both departments will be practicing for large group contest now. This they will attend at Whiting May 3. COMING EVENTS April 21 -- PTA "Open House" at 8 p.m. at high school. April 22  Girls track (Nishna Valley). April 24 -- Big Red Relays at Missouri Valley t boys) April 25  Spring concert 8 p.m. April 25 & 26 -- Drake Relays. IRWIN SCHOOL LUNCHES Monday -- Weiner winks, sweet potatoes, peaches, carrots and raisin bars. Tuesday -- Hamburger gravy, whipped potatoes, tomatoes, celery and wheat roll. Wednesday -- Scalloped chicken, leKuce salad, buttered corn and pineapple upside-down cake. Thursday -- Meat bals, whipped potatoes, fruited jello, peas, and butterscotch bars. Friday --Macaroni and cheese, creamed corn, peachestlain cake and peanut butter sandwich. 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