6-Algona (la.) Upper Det Moinw Tuesday, June 20, 1967 171 Are Named To Final Honor Roll, Algona Hi A total of 171 junior and senior high school students were listed on the second semester honor roll released by Algona High School last week. From the top four grade levels, 105 students maintained "B w or better averages, and the junior high portion contained 23 eighth graders and 66 seventh graders with honor roll status. Fourteen students completed the school year with straight "A" averages. They were seniors Kathy Morz and Steve Waller; juniors Virginia Deal, Linda Martin, Linda Ross and Tom Jones; sophomores Rosemary Pendergast and Linda Schlapla; and freshmen Julie Chrischilles, Steven Schultzand Neil Anderson. From junior high the straight "A" students were Marjorie Dailey and Carol Smith, eighth grade; and Jeri Nlelson, seventh grade. Seniors - Bill Boldridge, Tom Claude, Chris Conn, Craig Espe, Dennis Georg, David Gerber, Daryl Jolinson, Roger Johnson, Merlyn Metzger, Dennis Miller, Larry Munger, Don Riedinger, Bruce Ritchie, James Schutter, Clint Young, Diane Allen, Darla Carr, Connie Darbyshire, Sandy Harmes, Donna Kenyon, Barb Knudsen, VaLora Kueck, Marilyn Paetz, Dianne Reefer, Susan Rentz, Connie Schultz, Carol Sloniker. Juniors - Jeff Allen, Steve Anderson, John Frederick, Jim Jorgenson, Delmar Mains, Dale Pedersen, Greg Perkins, Gregg Powell, Randal Riedinger, Dave Roeber, Robert Sigsbee, Dean Teeter, Tim Will, Wendy Gardner, Debbie Kelley, Bev Knudsen, Debbie Laws, Phyllis Moulton, Janice Roeber, Nancy Schmidt, Judy Scobba. Sophomores - Phil Bode, Sergio Febles, Max Laird, Dean Lowman, Kevin Lynch, Richard Post, Dave Riley, Mark Snyder, Todd Treganza, Linda Allen, La Vonne Bass, Kathy Buchanan, Evelyn Haack, Pat Hopkins, Debra Huber, Miriam Kautsch, Kathy McBride, Judy Sigsbee, Kathy Skow, Peggy Zittritsch. Freshmen - Robbie Claude, Terry Dailey, Pat Elbert, Gary Hagen, Tom Laing, Ryan Lynch, Bruce Marshall, Steve Merryman, Mark Olson, Tim Schultz, Gerry Whittemore, Steve Willrett, Theresa Beaumont, Lynn Buchanan, Marilyn Dau, Becky Devlne, Connie Gilmore, Christine Groen, Sharon Hix, lone Metzger, Marcy Moen, Doreen Mowers, Susan Pergande, Jane Sabln, Kathy Taylor, Pam Werts. 8th Grade - David Charles, Robert Knudsen, Ronald Medin, Steve Schutter, Jim Sigsbee, Jon Sjogren, Bob Stillman, Roger Walker, Vicki Anderson, Sherry Bulten, Lori Calhoun, Christy Carson, Linda Darbyshire, Susan Divis, Lynn Erickson, Nancy Haag, Gail Kirkland, Linda Marshall, Debra Schultz, Patty Werts, Maria Wittkopf. 7th Grade - Doug Allen, Tom Burt, Ricci Frambach, Mike Huff, Doug Schenck, Daryl Schlapia, Tom Skogstrom, Randy Smith, Gilbert Wildin, Mark Will, Mike Moulton, Lore Albright, Nancy Allen, Sandy Allen, Debra Bulten, Sharlene Carlson, Jamie Christie, Diane Danielson, Mary Devine, Judith Dutton, Sandra Faulstich, Elena Franco, Martha Gilbert, Barbara Harris, Linda Hauser, Bonnie Helmers, Susan Johnson, Nancy Kolp, Patrice Lierley, Ellen Metzger, Becky Meyer, Diane Moen, Christal Paetz, Lisa Peter, Diane Poppen, Vicki Ricklefs, Jacque Roethler, Anne Schutter, Kristi Sheakley, Kathy Spencer, Jacque Taylor, Bonnie Willrett. Refa Alderdyce Of Swea Area Recent Bride SWEA-EAGLE - Reta Alderdyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker, and Lowell Farland, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Farland, were married Saturday, June 10, at 11 a.m. at the Estherville Lutheran Church. Pastor Roy M. Hendrickson officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Parker Larimer, Jr., sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Mrs. Dale Farland was maid of honor. The bride wore a three-piece suit in oyster white, with brown and beige accessories. She carried a nosegay of yellow roses and carnations. Best man was Dale Farland, brother of the groom, and another brother, Reid Farland, served as groomsman. Following the ceremony, the wedding party and guests enjoyed dinner at a cafe at Estherville. Mrs. Farland has taught the past 4 years in the Estherville schools and Mr. Farland taught industrial arts the last semester in Ceylon. The couple took a wedding trip to Canada, and after 2 weeks, will be at home in Ceylon, where he will be teaching again this coming year. List Results Of Extension Letters Here A series of 18 newsletters was sent once each week recently to approximately 100 young homemakers in Kossuth county. These were started in January, 1967 and KDUCED FOR A UNITED TIME ONLTI JUMBO 24x46-in. CANNON TOWELS To Mix and Match Reguhriy NCEach Bath towels large enough for the beach ! Mix and match the stripes and solids in Mandarin orange,celestial blue, shocking pink and fern green. You'll need lots of towels for summer so hurry in ! • MifcMii CIHOI « .* HiU Towels 0 fir I Milcbiif CIMOI j ff Wish Clilfcj 4 to } | No Payment Due 'til August on Charge Purchases Made Now! completed in May. Names were obtained from the home economics committee members, club groups, church and newspaper files. 100 letters were sent and 40 Questionnaires were returned. Here are the results: Age - 50% were in 20 to 25 year age group, 25% were in the 25 to 30 age group. Place of Residence - Half of the women lived on farms, the other 50% lived in towns, two- thirds of which lived in rented homes, the others owners. Education - Only one had not completed high school and 45% had trained beyond high school, 5% had four or more years of college training. Employment- 5% had full time jobs, 75% were full time homemakers with many preschool children. Home Making Training - All mentioned receiving much of their homemaking training at home, half received much from 4-H club work and half from homemaking classes in school. Other Extension Programs 70% said they did not take part in other cooperative extension service programs with 50% reporting that they did not know about this means of receiving adult education. All of the women asked that the letters be continued next year. Plans for next year include newsletters for particular audiences. These include a bride's letter, young homemakers, women employed outside the home and one for graduate home economists. The general newsletter that has been written for homemakers of Kossuth county by home economics committee women of Kossuth county and Margaret Pratt, Extension Home Economist, will be changed to include Palo Alto county, too. If you would like to receive one of these newsletters, send your name to the Extension Office in Kossuth county at 1306 N. Main or call 295-2120. ESEA Report State Supt. Paul F. Johnston this week reported that 482 projects are now in operation in Iowa under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). He said 451 of the state's 455 high school districts are using Title I funds allotted to them in individual or cooperative projects. Included are projects serving handicapped, delinquent, and neglected children in state institutions as well as those serving children attending public or non-public schools. 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