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 - Jo Oav/'ess Honors 4-H'ers Dairy Congress...
Jo Oav/'ess Honors 4-H'ers Dairy Congress Winner ELIZABETH — Three top awards presented to a Scales Mound coed at Wisconsin State College, Platteville, highlighted the Jo Daviess County 4-H Achievement Night held Saturday at Elizabeth High School before about 225 persons. Marjorie Colin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Colin, was named one of the state's 14 delegates to the National 4-H Dairy Conference in Chicago. She also received the Key Club award for achievement and was presented the gold watch for being the top agricultural club member last year. She is currently a college sophomore. Three other Key Club awards were presented, giving Jo Daviess County the largest number it has ever received. Those cited were the Beall twins of Apple, River, Lorna and Wilma, and| Martha Heer of Elizabeth. Similar Careers The Bealls have followed similar 4-H careers through nine years, excelling in clothing and room improvement projects and school and community activities. Wilma is now a freshman at the University of Illinois and Lorna a freshman at Illinois State Normal. The daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Beall, they are members of the Canyon City Girls 4-H. Miss Heer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heer, has been a leader in the Rush Creek Rockets 4-H. A 4-H member for eight years, she is now attending Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa. On Saturday she was also presented with a gold watch for being the outstanding home economics club member in the county during the past year. Roger Redington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Redington, Galena, received the alumni recognition award. He is now stationed with the Peace Corps in Venezuela. Clubs of the Year The Warren Happy Homemakers were named the home economics Club of the Year and the Albion Hustlers the agricul-* ture Club of the Year. I Those winning stale outstanding awards among 525 members in the county were: the Beall twins, Nancy Bruun, Jane Buford, Martha Heer, Elizabeth PeverJy and Judy Timpe. I Others were: James BerJage, Marjorie Colin, Robert Eden, James Ehrler, John Fitzgerald, Allan Frederick, Robert Hatfield, Sharon Hatfield, Sunny Hatfield, Keith Hesselbacher, Danny Reusch, Richard Reusch, Judith Timpe, Roger Timpe and Ruth Ann Upmann. Records Award Special 4-H club record awards went to Ruth Ann Upmann, Allan Frederick and Dick Reusch. "I Dare You" book awards were given to Nancy Bruun, Louise Brokaw, Mary Ellyn Groezinger, Carol Gable, Danny Fransen, Sunny Hatfield, Dan Reusch and Roger Timpe. Delegates to the junior leadership conference were Danny Fransen, Roger Timple and the Beall twins. Other awards included: Slate prolect honors In home economics — Wilma Rcall. Kiiren Snitt- ler, Margaret Buforcl. Elizabeth Pevorlv. June Buforcl. Ann Olden- burg, Patsy Williams, Kathv Red- iiiRton. Carol Miller. Beverly Koch, Mary Jean Breed, Sharon Hatfield Diane Stadel, Carol Timpe. Shlrlcv Reddlnuton. Beverly Wachter Martha Heer, Cathy Pierce. Anita Tucker. Nancy Bruun, Joyce Wachter Unda Tucker. Judy Timpe, Nancy Bonnet, Judy Zeal, Mary Ellyn Groezlnger. Mary Zeal. Jane Me- Lnmnrrnh. Eldlne Wolfe, Lorna Beall. Norma Jean GroezlnRer. Jean £eal. Elaine Wolfe. Sunny Hatfield, Louise Brokaw, Cindy Lloyd, Charlone Woker, Cherlc Blrkbeck, Mnri- Ivn Haves. Nancy Williams. Diane Dlchl. State proicct honors In agrtcul. lure — James BcrlaRC. John Blair James Cahlll, John Cahlll 1 arrv Colin, Lee Colin. Marlorle Colin Lnrry Coppernoll. Penny Copper- noil. Robert Eden, James Ehrler Molvln Ehrler, Bctsv Fcllcnzer, David Kollenzer, Rodney Fellcnzcr John Fitzgerald. Danny Fransen Allan Wayne Frederick. Richard Oroezlncer, Robert Bruce Hatfield Sharon J. Hntflold, Sunny Lvnn Hatfield. Keith Hesselbacher. Kenneth Mornnrdt. Danny Reusch, Richard Roiiscli. Richard Stadel. Judith Tractor At Elizabeth Is Damaged By Fire ELIZABETH — Fire caused | minor damage Tuesday to a tractor on the Alvin Schemchorn farm, west of Elizabeth. : . n • -.. Elizabeth firemen responded' At Pearl City to the call and used hand extinguishers to subdue the blaze. Timpe, Mary Lvnn Tippett, Ronald "lippett, Ruth Ann Upmann, Jove* Wachter. NIBCO dairy production awards— Marlorle Colin, Dick Reusch, Dan Reusch. Sandra Cording. Danny Fransen, John Blair. Jerry Roberts. James BerlaRe. Judith Timpe. Achievement for 11 years—GeorRe Ehrler, Robert Furlons, Richard Reusch: achievement for 10 years- Maureen Fellenzer. Robert Hatfield Keith Hesselbacher. David Lanee Lewis Wachter. Roger Timpe, federation president, served as master of ceremonies and gave recognition to parents, leaders and friends of 4-H. Those leaders cited for 10 years or more of work were: Mrs. Vincent Timpe, Mrs. Leo Haug, Mrs. Leon Spencer, Miss Elda Goodmiller, Clifford Colin, Melvin Birkbeck, Thomas Yung- 'hluth and Everett Read. Freeport (III.) Journal Standard Wed^ Nov. 6, 1963 Pg. 7 j iVeterans Day Red Cross Sefs 1964 Blood At 765 Pints GALENA—Mrs. Geneva Marx of the Jo Daviess County chapter of the American Red Cross has announced that a quota of 765 pints of blood has been set as the county quota for Jo Daviess citizens in 1964. This figure was secured from the Badger Blood Bank Bloodmobile in Janesville, Wis., which also provides this county witli blood supplies. The visits of the bloodmobilc to Galena will hope to secure 110 pints on Feb. 2 and Aug. 4, 1964; 100 pints from East Dubuque on April 28 and Nov. 10; 90 pints at Warren on March 24; 90 pints from Stockton on April 7; 90 pints from Hanover on July 21; and 75 pints from Elizabeth on Sept. 30, 1964. Galena failed to meet its 1963 quota and each of the other communities in the county also failed to come up to the assessed requirements. Since next year's bloodmobile visits have been announced in advance, the Jo Daviess County chapter of the American Red Cross hopes that persons desiring to donate may have plenty of time to plan according to the announced visits. Mother-To-Be Is Honored At Rock City ROCK CITY - Mrs. Don "iene, the former Mary Jo ,amm, was honored at a pink and blue baby shower Friday evening in the home of the Merrill Fienes. Mrs. Sterle Dexter and Mrs. Basyl Molosz were the hostes- PEARL CITY — Members of the American Legion and Auxiliary and their families will have a joint observance of Vetf crans Day Monday, beginning '" The auxiliary will have a brief business meeting following the meal. Mrs. Eugene Block, chairman, will have veterans' crafts on display for sale. Members may bring shaving cream, instant coffee, gum, toothpaste, candy and cigarettes for veterans. The auxiliary states that the veterans also need old eye glasses, cancelled stamps, carpet rags, scrap books and crossword puzzles pasted on cardboard with the answers on the back. Entertainment for the evening will consist of showing slides of Holland by Mrs. Henry Offen- hciser who visited her daughter there last summer. Bride-Elect, Fiance Honored Af Shower fn Orangeville ORANGEV1LLE A mis- ses. cellaneous bridal shower was held Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milo F. Friedrichs in Monroe, Wis., honoring Miss Carol Kloepping of Orangeville. Cards were played during the evening and refreshments served. Miss Kloepping and her fiance, David Kuebli, opened their gifts. Miss Kloepping and Mr. Kuebli of Monroe, will exchange nuptial vows Saturday, Nov. 30, at 2:30 p.m. in the Orangeville Methodist Church. She is employed by Sunny's Beauty Salon in Freeport and Mr. Kuebli is employed by the Buri Electric Co. in Monroe. The Orangeville Woman's Club will meet in the American Legion Hall Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Games were played, The program will be presented with by Miss Susan Leininger of Free- prizes presented to the honoree. An ice box torte was served port, who will tell of her trip as a representative of the with coffee, nuts and mints to'Americans Abroad program of 16 guests. the American Field Service. Mrs. William Ochsner and her

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 06 Nov 1963, Wed,
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