Harry Dvoracek obituary

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Harry Dvoracek obituary - Named Officer Of Association PIERRE Ml — Lloyd...
Named Officer Of Association PIERRE Ml — Lloyd Shenk, Watertown, has been named president South Dakota Sheriffs Association. Other sheriffs named by the are Ralph Kreitman, Pierre, president; Eugene Kolbach, treasurer, and Kenneth Miller, secretary. Views On And Math Dakota Colleges Dakota, the survey found, it case of the college adapting itself to the high school so that in sense the pupils are ready, Dr. added he would like to see a standard of work in the high uean Crothers finds high school graduates "not to well prepared," Dr, Psrtlo reports 1 . about two4hirds of the in* coming freshmen at Tech are, reasonably well prepared to! college science and math* ematics courses. | four Institutions report an increased interest in science and mathematics at the college level the last several years. SDSC about 1,800 of the 3,100 undergraduates take science or At the, senior level, approxi' 350 of the 577 seniors are science-mathematics field. Augustana the figures are by registrations per class and by individual student. Thus 410 freshmen there are 557 registrations n the science and ma 1 area, listing each field separately, of 403 juniors»and seniors there are 202 registrations. session? RONALD G. GLANZER bearers were Gerald, Wallace, Wesley, Wesley, Calvin and Robert Hofer and Verlyn Wollman. The youth was born Oct. 12, 1942 to Mr. and Mrs. John D. Glanzer of rural Bridgewater. He attended a grade school in Wolf Creek District 101 and was a sophomore in the Bridgewater Bridgewater High School where he was an active member of the band, vocal music groups and FFA. He was a member of his church choir and Young Peoples Group and was a talented accordionist. accordionist. Besides his parents he is survived survived by a brother, Jo Jae and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, J, A. Johnson of Parkston, Sunday Schools At Forestburg Give Programs By Republic News Service FORESTBURG - Annual Christmas Christmas programs were given by Sunday Sunday schools of the Lutheran and Presbyterian Churches Pec. 2?. At the Lutheran Church the program program was under the direction of the teachers, Mrs Carl Schwemle, Mrs. Lloyd BJJingson, who is the superintendent, Mrs. Russell OU son, jvtrs. MUlard SensHa, Mrs. Boyd SensHa, Mrs, Orville Schefsky, Schefsky, Mrs, Lowell Lindsiey and Mrs. Merlin Nelson. The Rev. Mr. Shay led in prayer, Gifts were exchang ed and sacks of candy were dis, tributed to the children, A movie, with a Christmas theme, was shown ftt the Presbyterian Presbyterian Church program which also include numbers by the Sunday School children. Gifts were exchanged. exchanged. The adult class presented presented their teacher, Mrs, Dee Talley, with a gift. Artesian Rites Conducted For Former Resident ARTESIAN — Funeral services were held at the Methodist, Church Monday afternoon for Charles S, Clyde, 80, who died at a Huron hospital Friday, The Rev. Joel Harris officiated. Burial was in Mt. Pleasant cemetery. cemetery. Pallbearers were Matt Kraft, Garfield Nelson, Ben Cope, Gene Glenn, Marvin Scott and Alvln Hanson. He w a s born March 31, 1877, 1877, the son of George and Mary Clyde at Keokuk County, la. He came to Pakota Territory when a young man and lived at Artesian until September of 1956 when he moved to Huron. He was married to Eva Hoy I Feb. S, 1905 at MHbank. Survivors include his widow; three sons, Robert and Charles, Artesian; Clinton, Mitchell; three daughters, Mrs, HaaeJ StanfieW, Huron; Alma Bennett and M a '' y van kaeehen, teteher; 16 grandchildren; grandchildren; two great«grandchildren and one brother t Srnle Clyde, Fedora, Fedora, He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers, one son and one daughter. Also two grancichUciren, retired because of ill health and moved to Vivian. On June 14, 1905, he was married to Dora Ketelsen of -Plainview, Neb. They were the parents of four daughters and two sons, two daughters daughters preceding their father in death. Survivors are the widow; two daughters Mrs. Nels Haugland of Murdo and Mrs. Carl Pitan of Vivian; two sons, Walter of Murdo and Norman of Saum, Minn.; 19 grandchildren and one great grandchild, grandchild, New Year's Eve Event Planned At Murdo Church By RepuhliP News Service yew's Eve will be observed at the Methodist church here with a watch nighi party. The event will kggta'at nine plo.Qife an<J the evening will PSO- Funeral Held At Tyndall For H. Dvoracek Sr. By Republic News Service TYNDALL — Funeral rites were held at the Tyndall Presbyterian Church Dec. 26 for Harry p. voraeek Sr., 78, who died unexpectedly at his home Dec. 23. The Rev, Harold Stepanek of Brown Valley, Minn., officiated. Burial was in the Tyndall ceme. tery with the Kostel Funeral Homi in charge of arrangements. Mr. pvoracefc was born to Bon Homme County, and lived in this community bis entire Jife, He wag married June §61 1900 to Julia Stepanek. They resided on » farm until 1945 when they retired and moved to town. Besides his-widow, the decease.<J ,e»ves five daughters, Mrs, Joe Eiehurek of Tabor; Mrs. FranH Buresh pf Saratoga, ja.; Mrs. Will* iam Bwresh of. time springs, ja.; Mrs. aulWn Kreuteiger of Witohita. Kan,, and Mrs. Anton Jasa of Wahop, Neb., and, cue son, Ha jr., of Tabor, He also leaves grandchildren a,n<i 15 great children, The Country Parson

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  1. The Daily Republic,
  2. 31 Dec 1957, Tue,
  3. Page 16

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