Jean Balgeman Shey graduates from 8th grade
if, illness. afternoon. The following Kossuth county students were Issued eighth grade diplomas following examinations taken • recently, according ot reports filed in the office of County Superintendent A. E. Lauritzen: "Hebron Harold Abbas, No. 4; Lawretice Badje and Carl Badje, No. 1; Eldean Moettcehr, No, 3; Beryl fiichhdrnj No. 3; Eldon Goeke, No. 4; Shirley Southern, No. 1; Beverly Simmons, No. 5; Ellsworth tfnderbakke, Nb. 2. Eagle James Anderson, No. 2. Prairie Rosalyn Arndorfer, James Arend, Francis Dorr, Harold Eischen, Leroy Grandgenett, Noreen Lallier, Charles Lickteig, Marilyn Rahm, Madonna Ripperger, Chas. Trunnelle, all of No. 4. Plum Creek Louis Byson, No. 5; Joan Bleich, No. 4; Billy Kuhn, No. 4; Kent Francis Culbertson, Hariatt Eim ers, Jafiaes ' . , Marion Rusch, Ldrrattie Gade, Arlene Struecker, Marilyn Rusch, Dorothy Scheller, Eugene Means, Harlan Pompe. ' LtiVerfte Heririan Pergande, Myron Hinz, Clifford Hansen, Mary Ann Pergande, Henrietta Koester, Delorei Hinz. Wesley Nancy Daughan, Ruth Goetz, Eugene Dorbier, Joyce Hildman, Mary Ann Hau'ptly, Robert Lickteig, Shirley Lickteig, James Meurer, Wally Olson, Wm. Studer, Marvin Studer, John Seller, Viola Kellner, Mai-ion Kleinpeter, Lucille Koppen, Joyce Kollasch, Donald Welsh,,Mary Youngwirth, Leonard Studer. tiotts Creek Victor Dreyer, Doris Meyer, Maxine Opheim, Eugene Fuerste- Seely, No. 4. Cresco Laura Barr, No. 4; Billy Gouge, No. 4; Joan Mertz, No.5; Lavonne Sabin, No. 3. ' German Antfen Boeckholtz, No. 7; Amanda Bruns, No. 8; Marlyn Franzen, No. 8; Arlene Helmers, No. 7; Lloyd KraUse, No. 8; Joseph Kline No. 4; Sharon Jasperson, No. 6; Melvln Ricklefs, No. 4; Doris Rei- sius, No. 1; Stanley Stecker, No. 4; Phyllis Ulman, No. 7; Clara Everding, No. 6. Wesley Arthur Beenken, No. 5; Paul Gebken, No. 4; Annelise Gebken, No. 4; Richard Hansen, No. 3; Lyle Huff, No. 8; iRobert Giddings, No. 5; Donna Jean Smith, No. 4; Bernard Schrauth, No. 7; Betty Ann Tjaden, No. 1. Garfield Jean Balgeman, No. 5; Mario Fisher, No. 1; Gladys Traub, No. 8. ' Lincoln Betty Bosnia, No. 1; Frances Christ, No. 7; Geraldine Ketz- wick, No. 1; Cornelia Murra and Clara Murra, No. 6; Boyd Pannkuk, No. 1; Jean Wessels, No. 5; Dennis Wertjes, No. 7. Whlttemore , Orville Besch, No. 8; Peter Movick, No. 7; Dorothy Patton, No. 4. Irvington Edythe Beukema, No. 1; Geraldine Colwell, No. 9; Richard McGinnis, No. 9; Dick-Weber, No. 9; Betty Wermerson, No. 1. Portland Darlene Elmers, No. 7; Donald Elmers, No. 7; Dale Moore, No. 1; Joan McWhorter, *No. 8; Louise Presthus, No. 3; Darrel Peterson, No. 8; Marilyn Trunkhill, No. 6; Kenneth Steven,-No. 3. Fenton Jackie Ehrhardt, No. 5; Phyllis Mitchell, No. 7. Buffalo Marian Eden, No. 7; Alvin Eden, No. 7; Billy Fritz, No. 7; Cletus Zwiefel, No. 7. Lotts Creek Dwlght Frombach, No. 7; Shirley Lee, No. 7; Helen Reding, No. 8; Roger Will, No. 8. Springfield,. v .,.; '•'- Claire-Flynn,<No. ii^' , '••:"< '. •'.•'•:•', -'Swea •' ,.'••;•• Owen Guerdet, No. 3; Eldon Isaacson, No. 5; Phyllis Kluger, No. 2. Sherman / Harry Huff, No. 7; Richard and Robert Nielsen, No. 5; Elton Wood, No. 3. Union Gerald Haas, No. 7. LuVerne Denise Carroll, No. 7; Shirley Nail, No. 2; James Stahl, No. 4; Oscar Tindall, No. 2; Gladys "Yeoman, No. 2. • Burt Rose Schmidt, No. 4; Betty Person, No. 4. The list of eighth grade graduates from Parochial schools in the county follows: Fenton Mary Bierstedt, Ruth Fauerby, MAKE YOUR FROM YOUR Ma Brown's BAKED Mash baked beans. suit taste. Moisten spreading consistency. slices of, Ma Brown's desired a relish spread salad dressing and and catsup may be REGARD'S BAKED See our fine assortment for your picnic sandwiches. daily—baked in our own StTN-RA HOT DOG SAUCE, 8-oz. bottle SUPERB CIDER VINEGAR, f^boHle PANTRY PRIDE BUTT. VANILLA, 8-oz. BR'OOKEMA CHOCOLATE PUDDING, pkg. . CREAM OF WHEAT, pkg. . QUAKER OATS, 3 Ib. pkg.