Trieloff, Mary An spelling bee
1954, Rural Spelling Champ Selected •Site Memorial daughter Tobin, Mrs. Francis Rte. 3, Teubert, Stanley MARY ANN TRIELOFF JEFFERSON — Mary Ann Trieloff, Trieloff, daughter of T T r. and Mrs. Walter Trieloff, Rte. 6, Watertown, Watertown, a pupil at Hickory Grove School, took first place in the rural rural Jefferson County spelling contest contest Tuesday, Eva N. Bock, county county superintendent of schools, has announced. Mary Ann will be eligible for the state contest at Madison. Her teacher is Florence Stuelke. Fifty-five pupils from rural, village, village, state graded and parochial schools participated in the contest. Separate bees were held for Fort Atkinson and city of Jefferson pupils, pupils, Second place Tuesday went to Roger Zimmerman, North Milford, School, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Zimmerman, also of Rte. 6, Watertown. Watertown. His teacher is Luanda Wendt. Janice Mueller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mueller, Rte to River company The the has occasions. public similar 10 upheld The that be protect dam to The "several fish annually and But "there than The th-- public providing relatively would "The and the require," ways the other official Watertown, a River View School pupil, was third and Judy Dougherty, Dougherty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dougherty, Sullivan Stale Graded School, was fourth. Their teachers are Alice Sievert and Neal Smith, respectively. Judges were Mrs. Peter Diedrich. Diedrich. Lake Mills, and R. A. Chitwood, Chitwood, Johnson Creek principal. William Rogan, county agriculture agent, was master pronouncer and Mrs. Margaret Laughlin, county supervising teacher, was in charge of arrangements' for the contest.