Gary and Russell Moen - Memorial High Commencement to Be Held Wed
Memorial High Commencement to Be Held Wednesday Memorial High School's 556 seniors will graduate at commencement exercises Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the Eau Claire State University Arena. Paul G. Bjerke, president of the Eau Claire Board of Education, will give the charge to the class and School Superintendent Homer E. DeLong will award them their diplomas. Adrian 0. Burmeister is the class advisor. The seniors selected "Whatever a Man's Mind Can Conceive, a M a n's Mind Can Achieve" as their class motto. The students selected the blue carnation as their class flower and sky blue and grass green as the class colors. Nancy Hunt will represent nine of the students who will graduate with highest scholastic honors. The others are Marc Hanson, Debra Haugen, Deanna Hoehn, Verne Jacobson, Mary Johnson, Sherry Ness, Linda Novotny, and Layne Stromwall. Caryn Schulz will represent the four students graduating with high scholastic honors. The others are: Deborah Boldon, Trula Madsen, and Peggy Stafne. Thirty - eight other seniors who will graduate with scholastic honors: Lisa Anderson, Jeanne Andre, David Barnes, Krlstine Boetcher, Linda B o h- HR, Dorothy Briggs, Kathleen Brown, John Carr, Cathy Conrow; Laurel Duax, Donna Franson, Elizabeth Gold, Jon-Henkej Christine Hogenson, Randine Jaastad, Patricia Jungerberg, Keith Kensmoe James Koemer, and Terry Kohlhepp; Diane Kopplin, Frederick K r a u s e, Kathryn Marquardt, Julenc Matson, Deborah Nelson, Emily Ohms, Kirk Olson, Anne and Sue Playter, Daniel Poquette, Jill Ramberg, Brent Rice, Beth Rylander, Paul Savicles, Paulelto Scholmann, Mark Stoelting, John Swenson, Wanda Ward, and Jeanelte Yu-. mibc. James Werner, president of the class, and Cheryl B e i 1 k e will receive the American Legion's Good Citizenship Award. Vern Jacobson will receive the Bausch Lomb Science Award. John Carr, Nancy Kubiak, and Carman Wold will receive Perfect Attendance Awards... The following seniors will receive department awards: Terry Kohlhepp, agriculture; Richard Vorpahl, athletics; Jeffrey Kipp, audio-visual aids; Shelley Skinvik, Susan Fugate and Trula Madsen, business education; Linda Bohlig, debate; Nancy Kubiak, distributive education; Teresa Stephens and Marjory Smith, dramatics; and Nancy Hunt and Mary Johnson, English. Donovan Preston and Kath ryn Marquardt, fine arts J u- Icnc Matson, forensjcs; Patricia Lemmage and Randine Jaastad, home economics; Thomas Ke- wan, William Weckworth, and 3rian Fenner, industrial arts; Kathleen Kees and Constance Johnson, journalism; Layne Stromwall, Sherry Ness, Mary Johnson, and Trula Madsen, iDorothy Briggs; Linda Bohlig, Deborah Boldon, Steven Borsheim, Janice B o r- ton, Michael Borton, Eugene Bowe, Beth Boyken, Deborah Bragg, Cheryl Branshaw, and anguages; and Mary Wuebben, library; Mark Stoelting, mathematics; John Staszcuk, Margaret Moss, ^ancy Hunt, James Mayer, and Deanna Hoehn, music; James Mayer, photograph; Mark Me- sang and Patricia Jungerberg, physical education; German Void, radio-TV operator; Mark Stoelting and Mary Johnson, science David Barnes and Sherry Ness, social studies; and William Klevgaard, stagecraft. The National Honor Society students are: Jeanne Andre, jinny Anderson, James Ayres, David Barnes, Cheryl Beilke, Julie Benedict, Jane Bergerson, Dottie Bestul, Kristine Boetcher, Linda Bohlig, Debra Bolden, Dorothy Briggs, Kathleen Brown, John Carr, Cathy C o n- row, Laurie Duax, Elizabeth Gold, Jane Cotter, Debra Hau»en, Paul Hesse, and Deanna loehn; Kristine Hogensen, Nancy Hunt, Randine Jaastad, Verne Jacobson, Constance and Mary Johnson, Patrica Jiungerberg, Robert Kamke, Kevin Kassera, Kathleen Kees, K e n d r a Keoppel, Terry Kohlhepp, Diane Kopplin, Julie Losby, Trula Madsen, Kathryn Marquardt, Julie. Matson, Judy M. McMahan, Jeanne Mickelson, Linda Morissette, and Sherry Ness; Linda Novotny, Helen Paulus, Anne and Sue Playter Daniel Poquette, Jill Ramberg, Wili a m Riley, Beth Rylander, >aul Savides, Caryn Schulz, John Skoug, Peggy Stafne, Mark Stoelting, Layne Stromwall, Elise Thoma; Mary Tollefson, Richard Vorpahl, Kim Walker, Wanda Ward, James Werner, and Jeanette Yumibe. The graduating seniors are: Cynthia Allen, Donna A m i- son, Rebecca Andersen, Cecilia Anderson, Ginny Lou Daniel Anderson, Anderson, Kristine Richard Brinton, Dean B r o- berg, Karen Brooner, Judy Brott, Jacquelin Brown, Kathleen Brown, Thomas Brownell, Vicki Brummond, Linda Buchholz, Patricia Bucklew, Jerilyn Buckli, James Buckwheat, Danny Burdick, Robert Burns, and Debra Burr; Debra Bushendorf, Harold Bushendorf, Orvella B y s t o 1, Curtis Campeau, Janet Carey, Susan Carey, John Carr, James Chaput, Donald Childs, Carol Christenson, Arne Christiansen, Charles Christopher, B r e n d a Christopherson, Ann 'Christy, and Darrell Christy; Cynthia Cicoria, James Coach, Pamela Colby, Cathy Conrow, David Converse, Gregory Cooper, Steven Crandell, Nancy Curtis, Michael D a h 1, Patsy Dahlby, Thomas Davey, Paul Davis, Dennis Dawson, Joyce Dawson, and Dana Day; Priscilla Day, Susan Dedrickson, Kathleen Denning, L o u i s Desprez, Connie Dickerson, Sandra Dittner, Penny Dixon, Beverly Dodge, Robert Drew, Kayleen Drung, Edith Druschel, Laurel Duax, Diana Duffenbach, Gail Durst, and Karen Easterson; William Edgar, David Eickstaedt, Jeffrey Ekblad, Vicki Darrel Hibbard. Lynn H i tabard, Gregory Hicks, Joan Higgins, William Higley, Deanna Hoehn, Christine Hogensori, Thomas Holbrook, Jan Holdorf, Naomi Holman, Shelly Holmen, Irving Holum, Gregory House, Sharalyn Hovershohn, and Nancy Hunt; Robert Hutchinson, Allen Hys e n, Richard Irwin, Randine Vote Registration Deadline June 17 The deadline for registering to vote in the special referendum election June 17 is Wednesday at' 5 p.m. in the election's office located in the basement of city hall, it was reported today by Donald Johnson, elections clerk. New voters must register in person. Registered voters who have moved must also report their change of address. They may do this by calling the election office at 2-8331 ext. 34; Johnson said that persons who will be 21 by June 17 and a resident of Wisconsin for six months are eligible to register. He added the election office will be open until 8 p.m. today and from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday. It will be open Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Anderson, Lisa Anderson, Michele Anderson, Steven Anderson, Susan Anderson, Jeanne Andre, Brenda Anttila, Charles Arnstad, and Nancy Aspenson; Linda Ausman, Patricia Austrian, James Ayrcs, Mark Babler, Carla Barnes, David Barnes, Sharon Barney, David" Barrett, Michael Bartholomew, Patrick Bartholomew, Susan Bartholomew, John Bast, Richard Bates, Carolyn Bauer, and James Bauer; Dale Baumgarten, Timothy Bearson, Gary G. Becker, Gary L. Becker, Lynn Behnke, Cheryl Beilke, Richard Belden, James Bellesbach, Julie Benedict, Allen Bennett, James Berg, Ladonna Berg, William Berg, Jane Bergerson, and Dottie Bestul; Kristin Bjurstrom, James Black, Patricia Blaisclell, Kev- ing Boehm, Kristine Boetcher, Emerson, Janice Engstrom, Denise Erickson, Jane Erickson, 1 Douglas Farmer, Stephen) Fashing, Brian Fenner, Steven' Field, Michele Fisher, Vicki Fistler, Emily Fjelstad, and Rhonda Fleming; Paul Fletty, Glenda Flick, Carol Flynn, Cheryl Fordahl, David Foster, Mark F o s t e r, Roma Fouser, Sharon Fouser, Patricia Francis, Dennis Franko, Donna Franson, Debra Friedman, Gary Froseth, Vicki Lee Froseth, and Karla F r o y- stad; Susan Fugate, Margaret Gabriel, Patrick Carton, Diane Gee, Joan Gerber, Kathleen Gibson, Larry Gibson, Gregory Gilbertson, Steven G i n g r a s, Elizabeth Gold, Michael Gonstead, Jane Cotter, Linda Green, Charles Gregerson, and Martha Griff en; Jeffrey Grip, Thomas Gruen, Debra Gunderson, Steven Haddeman, Lynn Hagedorn, Colin Hagen, Barbara Hagman, Richard Hahn, Lana Hallquist, Mar- ieth Halverson, Michael Hamilton, Carol Hamm, Rodney Hamman, Anita Hanson, and Kim Hanson; Kristine Hanson, Marc Hanson, Richard Hanson, Roger Hanson, Susan Hanson, Kathryn Harry, Patricia Harding, T i m- othy Hasty, Debra H a u g e n, Donald Heintz, James Heinske, Jogging Proxmire Rejects Police Aid WASHINGTON (AP) - ^M,i Tiv = n - tnn Nancv Lokken William Prnvmirp D-Wi<5 jq blVMlgStOn, IN 8 n C y OJOKKCH, William rroxmire, JJ-VYIS.., .«._.,. T rio^Ko^o T nmnt? Jaastad, Vicki Jackson, Verne Jacobson, Lynette Jaeger, Kenneth Jaworek, Jane Jenson,: Loren Jenson, Charles Jentlie,! Barbara Johnson, Constance Johnson, David Johnson, and Edith Johnson; Gay lord Johnson, Judith Johnson, Lee Johnson, Mary Johnson, Neil Johnson, Paul Johnson, Sheila Johnson, Steven Johnson, Linda Johnston, Louree Joseph, Dennis Jump, Patricia Jungerberg, Rebecca' Jungerberg, Rebecca Kaehler, and Robert Kamke; .'Susan Kappus, Kevin Kassera, Mary Kaulfuss, Kathleen Kees, William Keeton, Keith Kens-. moS, Kendra Keopp'el, Thomas Kewan, Dean Kilde; Roger King, Jeffrey Kipp, Steven Kittelson, William Klevgaard, Linda Kneeland, and Paul Kniidsen; James Koerner, John Kohlhepp, Terry Kohlhepp, James Kopp, Dianne KoppJin, David Kragness, Linda Krall, Frederick Krause, William K r a u s e, Anne Krueger, Vicki Krueger, Nancy; Kubiak, Gregory Lampman, Joan Lange, and David Larson; . .!-._' t.'"y Jane Eajffcotif Nfeil L;a r s o n', Richard Larson, Stephen Larson, Larry Lee, Marjorie Lee, Sharon Lee, Susan Legge, Leora Leland (Svihovec), Patricia Lemmage, Douglas L i d- dell, Linda Liddell, Thomas Lind, Cathryn. Litchfield, and Stephen Litchfield; • Roger Livingston, Ronald Rodney Edgar Hesse; Hemmer, llenrioks, Jon and Henke, Paul (Advtrtlsemtnl) quite willing to wait for the Green Light. The 53 - year - old lawmaker jogs 4.6 miles to his Capitol office each morning, passing about 25 intersections. He jogs in place, waiting, if he run's into a red light. ' But police started holding up traffic for him at the intersection at the foot of the Capitol grounds. Last week, according to a police report, a driver made a few uncomplimentary remarks about the parentage of the police officer who halted his car to let Proxmire throrgh—and ticketed. When told about the incident, Proxmire asked police to discontinue the practice — which Cynthia Long, Barbara Lorentz, Martha Lorenz, Barbara Lorinser, Julia Losby, Linda Lovelien, Alan Lowry, John Luer, James Luhm, James Lundholm, Trula .Madsen, and George Malek; . • Peggy Marcott, Kathryn Marquardt, David Martin, Ste- Bunche Given Teacher Award LOS ANGELES (AP) - When Dr. Ralph Bunche was a college teacher he used to urge students to shake off their apathy. Now that many have done that thoroughly, he says, he's glad it's not his job to restrain them. Bunche, undersecretary of the United Nations, was in Los An- phen Martin, Patricia Marline, Susan Martinson, Julerie Matson, Edward Mattes, Michael Mattis'on, Patrick Mattson, Jeffrey Matz, Steven Matz, Diane May, Daniel Mayer, and James Mayer; Linda Mayer, Karen McElwaine, William McLeod, Judy M. McMahan, Judy A. McMahon, Jeffrey McRoberts, Terry Melland, Sanford Melville, Debra Menard, Mark Mesang, Virginia Meyer, Jeanne Mickelson, Richard Miley, Joyce Milledge, and. Sherry Miner; . Patricia Mittelstadt, Gary Moen, Russell Moen, Reynolds Mooney, Takao Mori, L.i n d a Morissette, 'Gregory Morley, Timothy Mosel, Patricia.Moser, Margaret Moss, Gregory Mueller, Sonja Mueller, Edwin Muelling, Arvid Munson, and Daniel Myers; Philip Nauss, Deborah Nelson, Jayne Nelson, Marl'ene"Nelson, Sherry Ness, Lydia Noll, James Norby, Robert Norrish, Linda Novotny, Marjorie Nowak, Debra Oberle, Emily Oms, Debra Olsen, Douglas Olson, and Kirk'Olson; Michele Olson, Richard Olson, Steven Olson,' John Onstad, Brian Ostenso, Nancy Otter- dahl, Richard Ottum, Gary Overdahl, Sharon Paape, Kathy Pabst, Emidio Paiva, Elizabeth Panzer, Marjory Parker, Gregory Parr, and Paul Parr; Julie Paulson, Helen Paulus, Thomas Pederseri, Gary Pelloquin, Darlene Perkovich, Darrell Perkovich, Rhonda Perkovich, Susan Persiko, Joan Petersen, Carol Peterson, Lynn Pet-erson, Nancy Peterson, Robert Peterson, Marcia Phillips, and Barbara Pieper; Anne Playter, Sue Playter, Thprqas Poppe, Daniel P o- quette, Linda Potter,.Ann Powers, Donovan Preston,- Judithj| Price, Trudy Price, Maryi! Prince, David Quick, Steve n, Radtke, John Raedel, Jill Ramberg, and Dennis Rasniussen;! BonnieReidel, Robert Reninger, Ann ReseJd, James Res- he hadn't asked for in the firstfgeles Sunday to accept an pl aco , (award from the Teacher Re- jmembrance Day Foundation. School Unrest Hit SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Daniel P. Moynihan, presidential urban affairs adviser, says campus unrest has reached the point where "professors speak of going into exile." Speaking at the University of Notre Dame commencement Sunday, Moynihan said there is "great despair among academic intellectuals." He said students are brighter and more sophisticated today than when he taught political science at Howard University in the 1930s. THE DAILY TELEGRAM Published every evening except Sunday at Eau Claire, Wit. 54701. Entered as 2nd Class mailer at the post office. Eau Claire, under the act of Congress of March 1, 1877. By mall in Wisconsin within 150 miles 01 Eai Claire, year 114.00; i months J7.50, by carrier In Ear CUire, week 50c- sel, Peggy Retallick, Donna Rhodes, Brent Rice, Scott Rice, William Riley, Kathleen Risler, Mark Robertson, Beth R o g n e, Michael Rohlfs, Peggy R o m- melmeyer, and David Roos; Kathie Rude, Karen Running, Kathryn Ruth, Beth Rylander, Jacalyn Ryser, Judy S a 11 e r, Alan Sandau, Robert Sather, Paul Savides, Debbie Schaaf, Dixie Schaaf, Robert Schaefer, Margerie Schaller, Ricka Schanen, and Peggy Scheidecker; Cynthia Schiefelbein, Roth Schleck, Paulette Schtomann, Deborah Schmidt, Michael Schmidt, Sandra Schmidt, Ralph Schuch, Joyce Schuenemann, Michael Schultz, Caryn Schulz, Sally Sengstock, Brenda Severson, Lynne Severson, Susan Severson, and Robert Seyller; Sharon Seymour, David Sherman,-' Donna Simonson, Kathy Sinz, Carolyn Sippel, Sandra Sires, Shelley Skinvik, John Skoug, Joy Smiskey, " Bradley Smith, Carol Smith, Erlinda Smith, Frederick Smith, K i m Smith, and Marjory Smith; Naomi Smith, David Smyth, Dana. 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