Carrie Dahlberg, Degrand Honored Carrie Dnhlberg Election of Mrs. Carrie D.ihl- iK'rg, 93, of 1401 Sheridan Rd. as queen mother i*i Escanaba’s Ci 11 - tennial Celebration, and of Julea J DeGrand, 81. of fiOti 1st A\ t' . S.. as patriarch, was announced this noon bv Harold Cloutier, Centennial Centennial director. Selections were made by F,.- canaba organizati<,ns in a voting Navy Sky Riders From Pensacola Jump At 2:30 P.M. (Continued From Page 1) other and they do this several times, braiding a smoke in their descent of HO seconds and two miles before opening their parachutes. Jules De ii and t , Centennial point basi« contest conducted al Headquarters on a which scored for place o! residence, residence, numbei oi children and years over 65 Mrs. Dahlberg got 1.410 votes and DeGrand 1419 They will serve with the Ce itennial Oueen, to be announced at 7:30 p. m. Sunday at the Karas Memorial Shell in Ludington Park, in Centennial Centennial events as honored dignitaries dignitaries ol the celebration. Mrs. Dahlberg. a lifelong resident resident of Escanaba. was president of the Chapel Ladies’ Aid of Bethany Lutheran Church when she w as 80. Jules DeGrand retired in 1945 after an active career as an auto ni bile .¡lid oil dealer and real estate operator.