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 - Name Pages, Messengers For State Legislators...
Name Pages, Messengers For State Legislators PIERRE UR — South Dakota state legislators have enough headaches with legislation, So they've taken pains to make sure they won't be footsore as well. Any legislative session is a busy time, with the press of clock and calendar as constant factors. Errands must be run, messages carried and bills compiled in a more - or - less orderly fashion for the consider- i ation of the lawmakers. j Those duties are handled by a flock of fresh - faced, eager youngsters from all parts of South Dakota — the legislative messengers and pages. Here's who they are this year: SENATE The messengers are Larry Atkinson, Pollock, first 15 days; David J. Larson, Kennebec, second 15 days, and Roy A. Getting, Yankton, third 15 days. The pages for the first 15 days are Faye Thompson, Erwin; Craig Volk, Mitchell: Fred Venners, Plankinton, and Karen Alger, Highmore. Second 15 days:,Mary L. Peterson, Forestburg'; Kathleen Smet, third 15 days. The pages for the first 15 days are pebra Haines, White JLake; Jean Flahaven, Aberdeen; Jean Claire Hamblin, Belle Fourche; Deborah Stengel, Milbank; Kay Jorgenson, Witten; Carol Ebert, Onida, and Kent Brugger,, Centerville. Second 15 fays: Deanne Schamens, Hazel; Julie Kiner, Mitchell; Barbara Bittner, 'Tripp: Pam Brecht, Highmore; Lori Scully, Wentworth; Merna {Webster, Sioux Falls; and James i Kimball, Rapid City. ! Third 15 days: Cheryl Wiles, Watertown; Penny Rogers, [Warner; Louise Gerken, Gregory; Pam Neuharth, Pierre; Bonnie Hirning, Rapid City; Lisa Anderson, Bryant, and Jane Dwyer, Wakonda. SF College Band Tour Scheduled SIOUX FALLS — The Sioux Falls College concert baud, by Prof. Roger L. ,Fort Pierre; Melanie M. Sunne, •Faulkton; Mary E. Nefzger, | Ellsworth, and Barbara Steng- land, Buffalo. HOUSE The messengers are Michael Mehlhaff. Eureka, first 15 days: Bill Cope, Yankton. second 15 'days, and David Bell, De DIRECTS DECLAM By Republic News Service CARTHAGE — Mrs. John Raesly, teachers aide. 15 in charge of the grade school de- clam contest work Mrs. Carl Miller is assisting.

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  1. The Daily Republic,
  2. 24 Jan 1969, Fri,
  3. Page 12

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