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Page Fourteen THE DAILY REPUBLIC, Mitchell, S. D., Monday, May 16,1960 Says Republican Farm Policy Slill Set By Benson PIERRE UP) — Congressional aspirant Ray Fitzgerald Jr. says It's clear Agriculture Secretary Ezra Benson is still calling the shots on Republican farm policy. Fitzgerald, former state agriculture secretary who is seeking the Democratic nomination for First District Congress, said the only program the Republicans seem to have is to block the Democrat programs. "One has only to check the record," Fitzgerald said," to find that Secretary Benson himself set the tune in leading the distorted attacks on the Poage-Mc Govern bill, and the Republican politicians quickly fell In line." Saying that farm prices have fallen 34 'per cent since this administration came Into office, Fitzgerald said "farmers have a right to expect much more than a program of negativism. "But while honest people sincerely toil to improve the farm situation, Benson and his backers have only had carping criticism to offer. "In spite of the fact that the President has vetoed five bills to Increase far Income," Fitzgerald said in a press release." the number one economic need of this nation Is to boost farm prices to a decent level so both farm people and the town people in rural America can prosper as they Bhould." Fulton Honor Graduate Upholds Family Tradition Activities For F JC f Academy Graduates Listed FREEMAN — The Baccalaureate service lor Freeman Junior College and Academy will be held Sunday, May 22, at 8 p.m. at Pioneer Hall. Guest speaker for the occasion will be the Rev. Albert M. Gaeddert, Mt. Lake, Minn. He will speak on the subject — "For Such a Time As This." Reuben P. Jeschke, president of Bioux Falls College, will give the address at the commencement exercises Friday, May 27, at 8 p.m. in Pioneer Hall. Valedictorian at Freeman.Acad- emy is Kenneth Graber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Graber; Freeman salutatorlan Is Delia Kehn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kehn, Marion. Class night program will be held Tuesday, May 24. Freeman Academy graduates are Carol Buller, Dolton; Paul Hofer, Bridgewater; Mel Roy Waldner, Carpenter; Gordon Waltner, Hurley; Delia Kehn, Charles Kauffman, John Hofer, Florence Deckert, .Karen Graber, all of Marlon; Kenneth Graber, Orlln Graber, Verona Graber, Ruby Klein- saaser, Carolyn Miller, Duane Pankratz, LeAnne Ratzlaff, PhylU; Schrag, Judy Senner, Loren Tschetter, Sharon Waldner, Naomi Walter, Qu«ntln Kaufman, all of Freeman. Freeman Junior College graduate.? Include Patricia Preheim, Marlon, one • year elementary; Katheryn Graber, Delmer Hofer, Marion; Isabella Herman, Menno; Leron Peters, Henderson, Neb.; Mabel Bertsch, Bridge water; Kathryn Weeldreyer, Chancellor; Ardell Benson, Hurley, and Marlys Rickert, Freeman - two year elementary. For the Associate In Arts Degree, Wesley D. Glanzer, Dolton, and Ida Gross, Bridgewater qual- When Ruth MeVay (second from left) received her diploma at Fulton High School's graduation exercises Tuesday night—she kept alive a family tradition and was the fourth member of the family to be graduated from the school. Ruth, who was valedictorian of the class of 1960, kept alive the tradition of being an honor student. It began In 1938 when her father was valedictorian of his class of eight seniors at Fulton. The next year her mother, the former Lorene Nyhouse of Alexandria,, was graduated with the honor of valedictorian. In 1957, their daughter, Jane, was graduated from Fulton High School and was salutatorian of her class. She Is now enrolled as a junior at Northern State Teachers College where' she Is majoring in elementary education. Mr. McVay attended State College for two years after his graduation In 1928., Mrs. McVay .attended Drake University and received a B.S. degree with a major in social science. She taught for 11 years. The family is shown above as they looked at Ruth's diploma after the commencement program on Tuesday evening. (Republic Photos by Helgoland) Ify. The following are elementary education majors — Deanna Pankratz, Freeman; Winifred Kaufman, Marian Kaufman, Esther Preheim, Maridn; Lucille Glanzer, Marilyn Glanzer, Bridgewater; Arlene Boese, Bbloomfield, Montana; Marlys Loewen, Battle Creek, la. Four members of the class of 1960 at Fulton High School had attended school together during the first 12 years of their education. They are, left to right, Ruth McVay, Gale Patzlaff. Larry \Vashbura and Dale Patzlaff. "We've had a lot of fun during those 12 years," one of the four said, "but th« most fun has been during our past four years when we were in high school" The seven eighth graders of the Fulton public school shared the spotlight with the seniors during the impressive commencement exercises which were held in the Methodist Church in Fulton. They, like the seniors, received their diplomas at the graduation exercises. Left to right they are Jim Davles, Don Stoltz, Constance Prouty, Tom Melnen, Patricia Prouty, Gary Weinberg and Rodney Phinney, Ex-Dakotan Will Sneak Before SDSC Graduates BROOKINGS UB — George L. Gross, president of the University of Oklahoma, will deliver the com- mencrment address at South D ta State College June 6. The baccalaureate address will be given by the Rev. Paul A. Hanson, Willmar, Minn. 'Both men are graduates of South Dakota State. Cross was born at Woouisock- et and was graduated at SDSC in 1926. He was for four yean head of the botany department at the University of South Dakota. He has been president of the University of Oklahoma since 1944. The Rev. Hanson, a native of Middle River, Minn., was graduated from SDSC in 1943 and has served Lutheran parishes at Firesteel and Lemmon. Bishop To Speak At Graduation At St. Mary's High By Republic News Service SALEM — Twenty four seniors from St. Mary's High School In Salem will receive diplomas at ceremonies Tuesday evening, May 24, at 8 p.m. The Most Rev. Lambert A Hoch, bishop of the Sioux Falls diocese, will be the commencement speaker. This will be the first time the Bishop has attended graduation exercises at St. Mary's.- Baccalaureate service will be held May 22, when the Rev. P.C. Con way, pastor of the church, will give the sermon at the 9 a.m. Mass. Following the Mass the seniors will hold a breakfast at Pleasant Acres. Misses Colleen Mentele heads the class as valedictorian and Carol Jean VanEmmerik,. is the salutatorioui. Other members of the class are Richard Anderson, Richard Blankart?, Carol Caspar, Gerald Hanisch, Maxine Hipschman Paul Hipsch man, Donald Huls, Terrence Kolbeck, Gerald Kerkvliet, Kathleen Kinzley, Bonnie Lanners, Douglas Lunders, Michael McShane, Jean Mechtenberg, Joanne 011 n g e r, Richard Rotert, Darrell Streff, Kathleen Vetter, Bernard Weber, Teresita Weber, Gelalne Westhoff and Carol Wingen. Michael McShane holds an unusual record of a perfect attendance the four years of high school and three years while in grades. List Of SSTC Graduates Include fflany Students From Mitchell Area Investigation Of PoliciesOtLake Lands Asked ONEDA (*l — Rep. George Me Govern (D-SD) said Saturday night he is calling for a congressional investigation into land acquisition policies of the Corps of Engineers. McGovern told the Onida Jaycees that he had received many complaints from South Dakotans that they were not properly paid for land taken for Missouri River development. He said his mail told of people having as their only recourse a lengthy and expensive legal action against the government. Me Govern had previously contacted the engineers with these complaints, asking them to review their policies. Now, he told the Jaycees, "it appears we should go beyond that, to Congress, 11 Priests To Mark Golden, Silver Jubilees Soon SIOUX FALLS to — Three South Dakota Catholic priests will observe 100 years of priesthood during the next few weeks, They are Father John H. Dolney Grenville, 50 years; Father Henry Kolbeck, Howard 25 years, and Father Myron Martin, Watertown 25 years. Father Dolney wiU celebrate his anniversary of ordination June 14 He came to the United States from Poland. He has served al Leola, Wetonka Mission, Miller Wessington Mission, Waubay, Lake Andes, Webster and Grenville where he has been since 1932. . Father Kolbeck's celebration has been set for June 16. A native of Saieni, he has served at Farmer and Spencer, being made pastor at Howard in 194S, Father Kolbeck has been presl dent of the South Dakota Catholic High School Athletic Associat i o n for H years. Since 1954 he has been diocesan consultor. No formal celebration has beei planned for the 25th anniversary (May 26) of Father Martin, Water town. He plans to observe the e vent later this summer with his family at Boise, Idaho. Following his prdinatian May 26 1935, he was assigned to Aberdeen Since then he has served at Hur on, Centerville, MeUette, Eden and Mobridge. . The 12 seniors of Fulton High School heard Dean Lee DeBoer of Southern State Teachers College give the commencement address. They were presented their trophies by Elsie Jorgenson, chairman of the board of education. Members of the class, left to right, standing—Shirley Roeder, Gale Patzlaff, Glen Llenemann, Larry Washburn, Dale Patzlaff and Ramona Tuttle. Seated—Gall Gannon, Wauneta Kltto, Ruth McVay, Kay Bender, Karen Holmes and Carol Stoltz. 32 Seniors At IVoonsocket High Set Diplomas By Republic News Service WOONSOCKET — Gradual i o n exercises were held last week for .he 34 seniors of Woonsocket High School. State superintendent of public instruction, M.F. Coddington, was speaker at the high school's commencement exercises May 10 In he city auditorium. The Rev. M. S. Anderson, pastor of the Assembly of God Church in Woonsocket, gave the baccalaureate sermon May 8. Music for the baccalaureate service was provided by .Jean Hogg, a soloist and the girls glee club. For the commencement exercises a boys octet, composed of Gary Campbell, Bryan McCoy, Tom Ball, Wally Gutzmer, Bob Burnlson, David Schroeder and Jerry Jensse n, and a girls quartet composed of Elizabeth Hagen, Sandra Tiede, Jean Hcgg and Mary Carol Moran, sang. Invocation and benediction for ,he baccalaureate was given by ;he Rev. Stuart A. Parvin, mlnis- «r of First Methodist Church and 'or the commencement exercises jy the Rev. Lawrence J. Janus, pastor of St. Wilfrid's Catholic Church. At the commencement exercises Sharon Yegge gave the salutatory and James Beddow the valedictory addresses. Mrs. Edyth Bash a m played the processional and recessional at both services. Robert Schllcht, chairman of the board of education, presented the diplomas to the graduating seniors. Members of the class included: ayle Ballord, Helen Bayslnger, James Beddow, Mark Berg, Kaye Budde, Carl Burkel, Douglas Christopherson, James Flanders, Eliot Funk, Julie Gross, Wayne Gutzmer, Douglas Hagen, Joseph Hefferman. Dale Hegg, John Hendrlck, Carol Howard, Delores Jackson, Patricia Kirsch, Darlene Kolousek, Karen Lindley, Shirley McCord, William McDowall Jr. Jacqueline Meyer, Douglas Moe, Larry Oling e r, Carolyn Paulson, Deanna Peterson, Herbert Scheele, Diane Slaybaugh, Norman Starr, Dean Steichen, Hope Taylor, Gordon Vallen and Sharon Yegge. SPRINGFIELD — Gov. Ralph lerseth will be speaker at the >3rd annual commencement a t Southern State Teachers College May 27, at 10 a.m. when 159 graduates will receive diplomas. Also on the commencement "program will be Regent Robert Dailey Fr., Flandreau. The Rev. Benj, Prickey, Springfield, and Pres. W. W. Ludeman and Dean Warren Vorreyer of the college staff. The college chorus directed by Prof. Warren Erickson will sing. The ex- rclses will be held in the new armory - gymnasium - auditorium and a short ceremony dedicat ing his building will follow immediate- y after the commencement. Diplomas will go to 67 four-year degree graduates as follows: John i. Allen, Flatter Verne D. Altstiel, Viborg; George W. Anderson, Yank- on; Frank A. Ashmore, Jr., Springfield; Richard L. Barta, Wagner; Tom E. Baye, Philip; David E. Bride, Yankton: Charles E. Bryan, White River; Keith J. Burns, Menno; Laddie G. Carda, Lake Andes; Shirley Ann Dawson, Scotland; Pharis Fedde, Burba; Dennis W. Gardner. White Lake; Mabel I. Gretschmann, Springfield; 1 Donald E. Grey, Aberdeen; Larry R. Grlmme, Tyndall; Marlyn E. Hagedorn, Sioux Falls; LeRoy Hardick, Howard. Russell H. Hayward, Avon ; Judith C. Hermann, Scotl and; Evelyn A. Hood, Springfield ; William W. Hood, Springfield; Paul D. Horst, Herrick; Irene I. Iverson, Springfield; Larye R. Johnson, Menno; Delmar J. Klundt, Gregory; Max Kreinbuhl, lona; Karel A. Kulhavy, Wagner; .Verjin N. Kusler, Tripp; Eugene C. LaVelle Jr., Yankton; Arlene yttau, Carter; Warren D. Ludeman, Springfield; James M, Ludens, Springfield; Robert V. McMaster, Bell Fourche, David S. Mendel. Freeman; Daryl W. Miller, Menno; Manuel C. Moran, Pine Ridge; Benjamin J. Moss, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Robert W. Nelson, Brookings; Paul B. Otto, Aurelia. la.; Wayne H. Palsma, Springfield; Joseph F. Pekas, Lester ville; Ralph L. Petrik, Tabor ; Clara E. Polak, Springfield; Ervin C. Ptak, Tabor; Arlene M. Ree , Sioux Falls; Dan W. Rehurek, Tyndall. Dale E. Ring, Winner; Benjamin F. Roll, Pickstown; Cleo A. Sandvick, Springfield; Maynard M. Sayler, Lesterville; Norma J. Schamber, Springfield; Francis Mervin Series, Sioux Falls; Clarence N Shoemaker Jr., Gregory; Donald H. Sieh, Bonesteel; Virginia R Stone, Wagner; Dennis A. Sud beck, Parkston; Shirley A. Sutera Tabor; Ronald G. Thies. Ethan Donald D. Thompson, Elk Point Marvin M. Ttuiringer, Parkston Alvln L. Vander Werff, SUcfcney Marvin G. Walz, Freeman; Jem Williams, Winner; Jerry A. Wing en, Canova; Arlis E. Wolcen, Lyons Norman J. Welfl, Scotland, Two - year teaching dtplo. mas will be awarded to; Rain, la R. Boersma, Springfield ; * Iva Mae DeCook, PlanUfuitwr, Phyllis L. Delaney, Wakonda ; Patrick F. Dowd, Geddes; £. LeRoy Dumruer, Gregory; Alice R. Duko, Rosalind Engel, Avon; Mabel P. Holden, Lake Andes; Dalrene M. Jones, Hudson; Norma M. Kleinhaus, Kimball; Sharon M. Krell, Plankinton; Marilyn J. Miller, Menno; Rita Nelson, Viborg;"Yvonae E. Qberembt, Parkston; Sandra K. R i s t, Sioux Falls; Penelope J. Steffen, Burke; Raymond G. Tate, Valentine, Neb.; Caroline Weis-' ser, Tyndall; Sandra L. Youker, State Center, la. One -year teaching diplomas will go to: Thelma R, Berndt Britton, Tyndall; Beverly A. Buhler, Arm- >ur; Janette E. Erikson, Vivian ; Donna M. Fuerst, Armour; Bonnie . Gillette, Menno; Virginia H. tray, Gregory; Janice M. Kahler, Burke; Malena Kirschermann, Menno; Patricia L. Larsen, Winner; Kathleen A. Moser, Fairfax; .Deoris L. Rokusek, Scotland; Diane Vitek, Tyndall; Velma Wright, Scot- and. A total of 60 graduates of vocational trade courses will receive dl plomas as follows: auto mechanics —Robert T. Christensen, Montrose; Donald E. Deming, Roswell; Ervin )eVries, Worthlngton; Jerry E. Duncan, Mitchell; Fred A. Ecof- ey, Oglala; Stewart W. Flynn, Ha war den, la.; Stanley H. Gartamaker, Montrose; Donald W. Gorman, Platte; Ordell B. Gustad, Volin; John R. Hamling, Mission; Dale L, Hofwolt, Fresno; Edward Jessop, Preshp; Warren D. Ludeman, Springfield; Virgil C. McKtt. rick, Howard; Robert E. Manfull, Gibbon, Neb. Melvin E. Painter, Montrose ; Roger W. Paulson, Mission; Harold C. Picotte, Marty; Cornelius feunissen, Alvord, Iowa; Bobby J. Vendt, Belle Fourche; Melvin D. White Bull, Wanbalse; Clayton Wright, O'Kreek. ' Radio TV — Leonard S. Cook, Sioux Falls; Robert W. Nelson, Brookings; Charles C. Wanned, Sioux City, la, Secretarial -Patricia K. Kirsch, Burke; Wlnw J. Kramer, Tripp; Kay Mowry, Presho; Janice JS. Schramm, Utioa; Mary J. Sroizer, Her. rick; Janice I. Srstka, Platte; Patty L. Stevens, Menno; Nor* ma Stluka, Lake Andes; Mary Ann Vander-Veen, Avon, Body repair — Gary G. Bettelyoun, Wagner; Jerome H. Ekberg, Buffalo; Jrven C. Lovelett, Cheyenne Agency; Lloyd J. Rodenbur, Huron. Drafting -"Thomas Conroy, Jr., Pine Ridge; Theodore W. DeLeon, Provo; Donald D. Dwyer, Wakonda; Stephen H. Evans, Lake Andes; Marvin M. Gales, White Lake; Duane H. Grosz, Mitchell; William B. Hemenway, Presho; Charles R. Homer, Hudson'.Donald R. Knox, O'Kreek; Melvin R. Lee, Volga; Douglas G. Mehlhalf, Scotland; Clifford R. McConniel, Canton; Carl J. Moore, Vivian; Sidney T. Witt, Provo. Wood trades . Edwin J. Auch, Menno; Carroll Bakkene, Canton; Lowell William Brown, Mobrldg« : Fritz W. Eagleshield, Little Eagle; Guy Gilbert, Mobridge; Thomas J. Mullin, Salem; Gordon Q. Quasch- nlck, Herrick.; Darnell L. Wilhelm, Edgemont. Avon Graduation Program Slated Tuesday Night By Republic News Service AVON — Kenneth Raschke, assistant to the president of the University of South Dakota will give the commencement address at Avon High School graduation exercises Tuesday evening. The Rev. Peter Welns will give the invocation and benediction; there will be musical selections by the school band and awards will be presented by Supt. E. G. Boxa. Chester Betz, president of the school board, will present the diplomas. Baccalaureate services were held at the school auditorium Sunday evening. The Rev. Ray Willemssen delivered the sermon. The invocation and benediction was given by the Rev. Fred Blngaman. A Musical selection was presented by .the girls chorus and a vocal number by Charlena Hayward. The processional and recession a 1 were played by Jean Pritzkau, Kae Jurrens is valedictorian of the graduating class and Muriel Juell the salutatorian. Other graduates are: , Russell Bartunek, Vella Gramkow, Jone Haenfler, Charlene Hayward, Jane Hill, Alvin Jonkers , Robert Lukkes, Lyle Mensch, Donna Mudder, Jerry Mudder, Karen Nelson, Richard Voigt, Richard Nelson, Karen Odens, Glenda Oof- log, Jane Pickering, Arlys Raabe, Mary Jane Sattler, Ward Scherer. Larry Schuh, Myron Schuh, Ronnie Steckler, Harold TJeerdsma,' Marjorie Van Gerpen, Norman Volgt, Deleilia Weber, Donaldson Wicke ens and Sheila Wittmeier. Alpena High Senior Class Night Features Presentation Of Awards By Republic News Service ALPENA — The senior class of Alpena High School presented its Class Night'program the evening of May 9 with Loren Siefken as matter of ceremonies. Kaye Thompson read the class history; Marlene Nelson the pro - phecy; Gloretta Colwell the will and Shirley Jurgens the poem. The program was concluded with ;he presentation of the Key of Knowledge to Judy Keleher, president of the junior class. Awards were presented after the program. They were the following: Declamation medals, to Shirley Jurgens, Judy Keleher and Loren Siefken by Mrs. Jerome Hendrick. Librarian medals to Shirley Jurgens, Betty Brass, Gloria Colwell, *Marlene Nelson, Carol Ann Eddy, Janet Bauer, De- Yankton School Chief To Address AHS Graduates By Republic News Service ARMOUR — L.H. Baumann, superintendent of schools at Yankton, will be the speaker at commencement exercises at Armour High School May 17. The invocation and benedict ion will be pronounced by the Rev. John Chappie. Been Wunder will give the valedictory and Francis Forsell i h e salutatory. A class of 32 high school seniors and graduates of the eighth grade will receive diplomas. Baccalaureate services were held the evening of May 15. The Rev. T.O. Dokter of St. Peter's Lutheran Church gave the message. The dragon is the national synv bol of the Himalayan kingdom of Bbutaa. lane Myers and Judy Keleher by Mrs. Hendrick. Four - year band awards to Kaye Thompaon, Shirley Jurgens and Carol Ann Eddy by Mrs. Kenneth 'eterson. Typing awards to Joyce Waller, Janice Higgins, Linda Garbe, Darwin Ochsner, Myrna Baruth, Larry Baruth, Kay Mees, Lois Heuer and iharon Johnson, by Supt. Otto Kaul. Asserts GOP Speakers All Against Farmers MILLER W) — Democratic ex egptive secretary Jack Weiland has criticized Republicans "for importing-out-of-state speakers into South Dakota to make personal attacks on Rep. George McGovern." Weiland referred to David Mol- throp of Falls Church, Va., who has called Me Govern a spokesman of labor bosses in talks over the state. Weiland said Molthrop's sponsorship has been cloaked in secrecy "but since he has pointedly made a vicious attack on Me Govern in each appearance, his purpose in being here Is apparent." Weiland said "All speakers imported by the Republicans so far have one thing in common. They are all pro-Benson, pro-big business and pro-Karl Mundt. They represent the crowd that has fought for Benson's policies and against the farmers." Mo Govern % is seeking to unseat Republican Senator Mundt in the general election. Valedictorian and salutatorian awards to Carol Ann Eddy and Shirley Jurgens respectively by Supt. Kaul. Yearbook co-editor and busl- neas manager awards to Carol Ann Eddy, Shirley Jurgens and WyAnn Christensen, by Daniel Lipp. Miss Jurgens also received an award as editor of. the Echo from Supt. Kaul. DAR award, presented to Carol Ann Eddy by Supt. Kaul. Commander Ray Scherschl igt presented American Legion awards ;o Norma Heuer and Roy Webster, CLEAN-UP WEEK By Republic News Service ALPENA — The week of May 22 - 28 has been designated as Clean-up Week at Alpena. Plans for the week were made at the monthly meeting of the Alpena Commercial Club at the local cafe. William Heuer presided. Rules On library Board Expenses PIERRE tfl — The county com mission cannot overrule the board of library trustees on paying ex penses incurred as maintenance Atty. Gen. Parnell Donohue has ad vised. State's Atty. Frederic Cozad o Martin had posed the question telling that the Bennett County commissioners bad ordered the au ditor not to pay a claim for in surance on books and equipment Donohue said that as long as th expenses are strictly for mainten anoe, and that would include in surance, the commission can't overrule claims when there is sufficient money in tne library fund, Trained Persons Nust Be Ready To Serve- -Reiiel SALEM—"These are times when men and women, trained and experienced la government, need to make themselves available for a chance to serve their state and nation," declared Dr. Ben Reifel •hen he spoke before McC o o Is ounty Republicans last week. Reifel, Aberdeen, is a candl- ate for Republican nomin a t i o n rom the First District of South Jakota. In MoCook County he ad- ressed party members, precinct men and women, candidates and ffice holders. Up to the tune Reifel became a candidate for nomination he was director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Area Office, Aberdeen. He had only three and one-half years to go to reach retirement. Under his supervision he had 1,« 00 employes in South Dak o t a, s T orth Dakota and Nebraska. He told his McCook County audience that in his capacity as area irector he frequently worked with eighth graders and to Carol Ann !ddy and Delayne Tebay. All - around .student awards were given to WyAnn Christensen and Vincent Wagner by Supt. Kaul. Pep Club certificates went to Lois Dethlefs, Myrna Baruth and Eileen Brass. Cheerleader awards were pre - sented by Coach Ray Frederick to Donna Grace, Kay 'Berg, Karen Uttecht, DeAnn Christensen, Wy Ann Christensen, Doreen Tebay and Carol Smith. The coach also presented athletic awards to Roger Baruth, James Burnett, DeLayne Tebay, Loren Siefken, Wayne Garbe, George Frye, Vernon Sohaffer, Dale Ar hart, Larry Neuharth, Larry Bar uth, Ronald Schroeder, Darwin Ochsner, Freddie Hindman, Jerry Burnett, Larry Mogck, Joe Burnet and Stanley Kopfmann, governors, senators and congressmen of these three states. He ap- •eared before Congressional and egislatdve committees of the same tates. A graduate of South Dakota State College, he received his doctorate in economics and government from Harvard University in 1952. He concluded his address with, 'My state, my country and her people have given me the oppor- unity to move on from a log cabin out there on a prairie farm to receive a meaningful education. I have used that education in help- ng to serve others. I am delighted that friends again are opening up another door of service. If the people who hold it in their hands sive me that chance I shall want ;o go on doing whatever is human^ and sensibly possible to oeep our state and nation the land of exciting opportunity it has jeen for me.' 1 LWV Proposes Mundt-McGovern Debates In State PIERRE W) — The State Coun cil of the League of Women Voter invited Sen. Karl Mundt (R-SD and Rep. George McGovern (D-SD to stage three debates over th state/in October. State president Mrs. Hal Rubld of Rapid City said the LWV offe is part of the group's nonpartisa program to provide facilities t make candidates and issues mor familiar to the public. The group said Mo Govern, wh Is opposing Mundt's bid for re-e lection, has agreed to debate wit Mundt in the Huron arena on Tuesday in October. Mundt has not been able to se a date yet, the group said. The group hopes to set up tw other such meetings between th two in other parts of the state th same month. The Brookings LWV set up sue a program with Mo Govern an former Goy. Joe Foss when the were both running for Congress -j 1958. SBA Branch In Madison by Fall Likely-Mundt MADISON UP) - Outlook is verj good, according to Sen. Karl Mundt, for establishment of a Small Business Administration branch office by September. Mundt said after conferences la Washington that "SBA officials report utilization of temporary offices by South Dakotans indicates a a branch office is more than justified in the state." At present the SBA regional in Minneapolis assigns a field representative to visit Sioux Falls, Rapid City and Aberdeen at certain times each month. The Country Person "Helpful criticism could be fine medicine for ui U we ^wallow."