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t-M-Mmitowoc (Wfc.) Herald-Times Two Rivers Reporter, Sat,, June 1,1968 671 Seniors to Graduate From Lincoln High School MANTTOWOC -- A total of 671 seniors will receive diplomas Thursday at the traditional outdoor graduation exercises at Lincoln High School Diplomas will be awarded by Vining F. Ihlenfeld, president, Board of Education, after the seniors are presented b y William N. Malinsky, principal, and recommended by Charles E. Jones, s u p e r i n t e n d e n t of «cbools. Student speaker at the commencement ceremony will be Mary Ellen Kollath and title of her address is "Beyond Walk- Invocation, Welcome Invocation will be by tbe Rev. Theodore P. Crusius, pastor of First Reformed United Church of Christ. Mark Davis, class president, will give the welcome. Selections by the Tower Bells er, Martha Jane Dietrich. Robert Drews Dietrich, Barbara Ann Donahue, Thomas John Doolan, Mary Ellen Dorak, Dennis A. Drill, Carolyn M. Ducat. Audrey Ruth Duckart and Thomas E. Duenkel. Dvorachek, Duorak Bernard W. Dvorachek, Paul S. Dworak, Lynette Ann Ebenhoe, Philip R. Eck, Joyce D. Eichmann, Thomas Raymond Eisner, John E. Ellerman, Nicholas R. ELlig, Bonnie Jean Elmer, David DePaul, Elton William A. Engelbrecht, Wayne Charles Engleman, John Richard Erdmann, Thomas C. Everard. James Lee Ewald, Rodney Ralph Ewert and Elaine A. Fehrmann. Gregory Stephen Fell, Suzanne Herrmann, John W. Hessel and Marcia Ann Hetue. Hewitt, Hill Lee Courtland Hewitt. David M. Hill, Dan J. Hoffman, George F. Hoffman, Paul Robert Hoffman, Stephen Lee Holschbach, Vincent Patrick Holschbach, Mary Katherine H o l z i n g e r , Kathleen N Hoyer, Keith Frederick Hutchison, Jeanne M. Hynek, Mary L Jackl, Constance Joanne Jacobson. Pan! E Jacobson, Lynn Marie Jaecks and Lisa E. Jaehnig. Kay Janesky, Diane Linda Jams, Gale M. Jansky. Peggy Ann Jansky, Richard Paul Jan- John Robert Lee, Scott A. Lefky, Catherine Ann Lehman, Clarence John Lehman, Daniel J. Leist Susan Kay Leist. Suzanne Catherine Leist, Tod Lee Leiteritz, Charles Edward Lemberger and David Courtney Leonard. Connie Mary Lettenberger, Cecelia Ann Lewis, Thomas Joseph Litersky. Barbara Ann Lochmann, Bonita Ann Luchsinger, Jerome Paul Luebke. Thomas W. Luedtke, James E. Lukes, Lynette L. Lutterman, Christine Susan Lutz, Diane Lillian Lutze, Ralph Fredrick Lutze, Jane Norris MacEachran, William F. Maciejewski, Dirk Robert Madson, Ronald James Mancoske, Lynn Kaye Manlick, William D. Marshall, Kathleen Ann Martin and Susan Carol Martin. Darleen Ann Mazanet, Lynn Ann Mazanet, Mary Lynn McCulley, David R McDonell, Patrick Corr TucKee, Howard Dennis Meacham, Frank V Meidl, Colleen Ann Meihsner. Barbara Ann Meissner, Patrick E Mertz, Geraldine Mary Metz- gf-r (deceased), Cynthia Ann Meyer. Meyer, sky Diane Christen Jens, Sally I M c thia B. Jergenson. John Dudley Jir- D e n n i s Charles «^«, och Sandra Jean J o h a n e k , James Henry Me er ste h Janet Ann Johansen Brad M.| Donald M ^ Ch £ istine D \ ane aid Wayne Powell, James Henry Pozorski, Ron Wallace Prausa, Barbara Prescott, Charles Edward Pribek, Mary J. Prickett and Joyaone S. Priem. Robert Valentine Provot III, Melissa L. Prucha, Robert Lear Puestow, Nancy Ann Radandt, Allan Leroy Raether, Leatrice Anne Rappel, Richard W. Rasmussen, Diane F. Ratajczak, Sara Ann Rathsack, Steven Angelo Rathsack, Francis T. Rau- ens Jr.; Judith M. Rayford, Jeanne Margaret Redstrom, Joyce Tari Rehme, Thomas J. Rehrauer, Daniel H. Reindl, Betty L. Reindl and Mary H. Reindl. Sharen Anne Reindl, Paulette Jane Reiser, Charlene S. Reno, Leon Reno, Carol A. Resch, Rhonda A. Reseburg, Larry M. Retzlaff, -Glen F. Rezachek, Randall William Rienks, Robert P. Riggs, Karen Ann Ringmeier. Kenneth Wayne Risch, Paul T. Risch, John A. Roberts, Susan Marie Robinson, Betty Grace Rodewald, Gary L. Rodewald, Charles R. Rohrer and Barbara Seal, William G. Sepnafski, Mari Ellen Sepnieski, J u d i t h Ann Severson, Daniel Paul Shallue, Barbara Carol Shea, John Peter Shimek, Judith Marie Shunek, Suzanne Marie Shimek, Joanne Rose Shimon, Phyllis A. Sickinger, Wayne Rogert Siebold, Mary Ruth Sielski and Cecelia Elizabeth Simon. Simon, Sinor Christine Simon, Michael L. Sinor, Nancy H. Sipiorski, John Charles Sitkawitz, Kenneth T. Sitkiewitz, David H. Skarda, Susan A. Sloggett, Mary M. Smag- hk, Keith M. Smith, Sandra Ann Smith, Vern William Soeldner, Karin Jane Sorge, John R. Spaeth, Eugene H. Specht, Susan Cole Spindter, Katharine Mary Stangel, Diane Carol Stannard and Ellen Jane Stecker. Thomas Lee Steinberg, John Edward Steinbrecker, David Lee Stever, Darlene Adeline Stock, Dennis H. Stock, Larry Gustav Stock, Timothy P. Stock, Darrell Thomas Stoehr, James Paul Strauss, Kristine Ann Strauss, Charles Paul Strebel, James He- Ann Ronsman. Roorbach, Harriett E. Philip Van de Grift, William R. Van De Hey, Dennis D. Vetter, Wendy Joy Voechting, Thomas Arthur Vogel, Linda F. Vraney, Ann Marie Waak, Dave H. Wagner, Michael S. Wagner, Richard F. Wagner, Patricia Anne Marie Wall, Patrick J. Walsh, Dennis Richard Walske, Randolph Victor Walters, Marilyn M. Warrens, Albert Edward Weber, Candace Joy Weber and Gary R. Weber. Kay C. Weber, G r e g o r y Rosinsky Roorbach. Marie Rosinsky, Nancy nry Struck, Mary Susan Strzyzewski, Maureen Ann Stuckman, Tsutomu Sugiyama, Jeffrey Al- A_ n len Susdorf, Faye Ann Svacina, William Phillip Swethk, Jeffrey will open the program Mary Bell Foss. Nancy J. Fox, Richard, rn an . William Frailing, Dale J. Fran- Ann Mane Kautzer. JoAnn M Wisniewski, Michael L o a 1 · Wood, Edward L. Yohanek Jr.; Jacob W. Young, Michael J. Zabler, Christine R. Zarn. Mary Jo Ziarnik, Patrick A. Ziarnik, Mary T. Zich, Ann Hale Ziebell, Barbara Lynn Ziemer, ChrisHne Anne Zierhut, Bernard Carl Ziesmer, Mary Ann Zietlow, Kaye Ellen Zimmerman, Christine M. Zoerb, Ann M. Zych and Thomas S. Zych. Charles Wegner, Weekes, Sharon Sandra M. Ann Weina, Dennis Edward Weller, Thomas Danie) Wenstadt, Francis Theodore Wergin Jr., Angeline R. Wheeler, Daniel L. Wilhelm, Michael J. Wilhelm, H o w a r d Campbell Williams, Cynthia Ann Williquette, Patrick Lee Willis and Robert Paul Winter. Bonnie Jean Wirth, Mary Lou The Rio Grande River bubbles from springs high up in the San Juan mountains of southwestern Colorado. Moriches and Gravel Gregory stepfien Fell, Suzanne Johnson, Catherine Lynn John-«;"",, -";·£" ^«",, r""; Rozmarynowski, Suzanne Renee wiwam wuiup weuuc, jettrey Mary Ferguson, Linda J. Feyer- is0 n. Nancy L. Jones, J e r r y MilW iRudin, Nancy May Rue, Francis James Swokowski, Alan Joseph sen, Joseph Anton Fictum, Su-Michael Jorgenson. Robert H.i Miller Modra i Gregory Rusboldt, W i 11 i a m Sz ^ mc 5" k and patri «a Ann san Mane Fidler, Bradley Owen Jost, Mary Jo Rabat, Cherie, TarmiPlin^ Mai Miller T aw Rusch, Bonny May Ruzek Rich- Tad yc fl - , Field, David Lee Fischer, Janet Ann Kaderabek, Richard Marvm re Se J M£ Sandra T^d GeraldRydzewJkt Richard ^ a Louise Taylor, John Gus-l wavers are mary r UK* ^ aue ff ye ^jf^* An ° Fischer Kaminski. Marv Ley Kami?. ^Wet Rardolnh 41vir^ Modra'!J^es Saindon, Steven Edward] ta , ve Tegen Sandra Lynne Terp|j| GoSrM^vHoMnger GaU deceas ed)- Mary J. Fitzmaur- Linda Joyce Karbon, Joseph E. fence j MiUe? MarkB^Sdev Salewsky. Richard F r e d r i c k '(deceased), Lois Lynn Tess, Mi-' ^iSSr and ^f^^gS^L^ ^"V^ J ° ^ ^"P S£. a£d£?A $$le* R%- Sampe^Robert Lester Sampe J Jf James The *' David W "" Chnstme Zoerb March. "Stars ^ LJl 6 ^ 6 '! 00 "^^!^ TTM 0 ^ Andrew Kauf -|dol D h Alvin Modra. P e t e r j. | Jacqueline Marie Satori, Sue ren and Stripes Forever'' by Sousa will be played by the Lincoln High School Band conducted by Conrad Daellenbach, followed oy W-047E YOUR PLUMBING HXWRES Plumbing fixtures ore made to be seen not heard. From a tiny part replacement to major plumbing repairs, call our experts. All work done at fair prices Countywide service. Theis, David War- Thomley, Louise Alice presentation of colors and "The Star Spangled Banner." The traditional processional of graduates, the girls wearing for- rnals and the boys in suits, wil be directed by William B. Jones Music by the band includes ·'Coronation March" from "The Prophet" by Myerbeer; "Sol diers Chorus" from "Faust" by Gounod; and ' ' T r i u m p h a l March" from "Aida" by Verdi. Vocal Solo Vocal solo, "The Impossible Dream," will be sung by Bar bara Knipski with David Leonard as accompanist Salu*e to tbe flag will be led by three class officers, Vern Soeldner vice president, Cynthia Ann Meyer, senior secretary: and Susan S p i n d 1 e r , senior treasurer. Senior members of the Mixed Chorus will sing "Alma Mater I n strumental accompaniment will be by Albert Weber, Peter Callahan, Charles Rohrer, Jonathan Olson and Larry Stock. Sounding taps at the end oi the ceremony will be Michael Doleysh. Class flower is the yellow rose; class colors, navy blue and lime green; and class motto. "Peace through knowledge and understanding." Class advisers are Miss Jane Kober and Claude Zoch. Graduates Listed Members of the 1968 graduating class are: Marty Abramson, George W. Adelman, Janet M Ahlswede. Sharyn K. Ahlswede, Beth Ann Alecksen. Charles W Allger, James Howard Alpert. Ann Elizabeth Alvord.- Francine D Anderson. Marv Jane T. Ander- phen C. 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