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PAGE 4A |SATURDAY,FEBRUARY13,2016HTRNEWS.COM| HERALD TIMES REPORTER NATHAN J. RADDATZ, CFP ® Financial Advisor 980 Maritime Dr, Ste 2 Manitowoc, WI 54220 920.682.1119 nathan.j.raddatz@ampf.com ameripriseadvisors.com/ nathan.j.raddatz Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Member FINRA and SIPC. 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First place was a men’s ring donated by Boelter Jewelers. Pictured, from left, is winner Dan Martell, Kathy Muench of Boelters, and Chapter 731Dance Committee chairman Roy Tegen. COURTESY OF VIETNAM VETERANS O F MANITOWOC COUNTY CHAPTER 7 31 The Manitowoc County Vietnam Veterans of Manitowoc County Chapter 731recently held a raffle. Second place were two Green Bay Packers tickets with a limo ride to the game, donated by Custer Street Towing and Repair and Stardust Limo Service. Pictured is winner Steve Toltzman. COURTESY OF VIETNAM VETERANS OF MANITOWOC COUNTY CHAPTER 731 The Manitowoc County Vietnam Veterans of Manitowoc County Chapter 731 recently held a raffle. Third place was a .45-caliber pistol, donated by Lakeshore Dental. Pictured, from left, is Dan Beaupre, winner Jodi Broehm and Mike Orchekwoski. The students listed below achieved a 3.5 grade point average or above for the second q uarter of the 2015-2016 academic year at Lincoln High School. An asterisk indicates those students that achieved a 4.0 grade point average: Sophomores: *Katherine Ackley, Ryan Albright, McKenna Andrews, Isabella Balma, Alyssa Barker, Briana Beilke, Autumn Bergene, Vanessa Berger, Emily Bernhardt, *Alexis Breunig, Lauren Brewer, Eric Brey, Megan Brockman, Brayden Broecker, Carlye Burk, Emily Burns, Nicholas Canham, Claire Cayemberg, Andrew Chang, Lisa Chang, *Jerry Chanthavong, Olivia Claybrook, William DeRaimon- do, Mackenzie Erdmann, *Christel Ericson, Jacob Fabian, Calvin Filer, Austin Georgenson, *Meagan Geppert, Brittany Gersek, Kadira Goin, Rylee Gollata, Szasha Hack, *Allison Hallfrisch, *Brandon Hang, Yeng Hang, Ella Hecker, Kaitlin Heyduk, Andrew Hubbartt, Nancy Ibarra, Emily Kahlenberg, *Lydia Klatt, David Knox, Grace Kortens, Morgan Kronforst, *Hanna Lackershire, P iper Lancaster, Rebekah Lazzeroni, Brandon Lee, Mai Lee, Phillip Lee, Wanlee Lor, Tyler Luebke, Aaron Lukes, *Morgan Lulloff, *Olivia Lutterman, Marshall Madison, Camie M cCue, Timothy McDougal, Alex Miller, Andrew Minehan, Lydia N eely, *Zackary Nickels, Callie Olson, *Jensen Patrick, Morgan Pehrson, Alex Peters, *Trevor Ploederl, Madalyn Poff, Jocelyn Popp, Jordan Rahlf, Isabella Ramminger, Savannah Rez achek, Kali Rhoden, *Reily Richardson-Bratz, Julie Rohrer, *Angela Ruben, Camryn Ryan, * Celeste Salas, *Katherine Satori, *Ashley Schermetzler, Jordyn Schmidt, Joseph Schultz, * Joseph Simmons, *Emily Sladky, *Will Smith, Abigail Solkowski, *Lindsey Strzyzewski, *Andrew Thao, *Yeejkeeb Thao, *Amanda Thiers, Stephanie Watkins, Jordan Willert, Sia Mee Xiong, Marcus Yanda, Anna Yang, Pa Yang, and Kalysta Zdanowski. Juniors: Christine Barta, Keegan Bartow, Alexander Baumann, Sarah Beilman, Jennifer Belisle, Alyjha Bloedorn, *Lauren Boeckman, Brett Bouc, Jordan Brault, Elizabeth Braun, *Macie Brogan, J ustin Brooks, May Brunner, David Carter, Caezar Casas, Daniel Chang, Lieanna Chang, A nton Chilinski, Tatum Clayton, Gabrielle Damian, Kevin Detrick, *Ryan Dopirak, Jessica Erdman, * Hunter Evenson, Bryce Fischer, *Logan Fogeltanz, Taylor Fote, Jeremy Galien, Megan Gass, Hunter Gosz, Storm Hackmann, King Hang, Vincent Hang, Tanner Harding, Landon Herman-Lauson, Collin Hlinak, Madeline Imhoff, Erick Jansen, M adeline Johnsrud, Dylan Johnston, Holden Kahlenberg, * Emma Kantola, Alisha Kennedy, Lance Kettner, Dylan Klein, Alex Klinesmith, Grace Kolb, Hanna Kotche, *Camille LaLiberte, Stephanie Ledvina, Lindsey Lee, *Brenna Love, Noah Madrid, Derek Maedke, Owen Maurer, Brandon Monday, G avyn Muench, *Shelby Nickels, Lindsay Nolden, Anna Peterman, *Devon Plagemann, Jenna Poff, M cKayla Reese, Seth Reinhard, Kylie Robley, Kalli Roulette, *Natalie Ruben, Samuel Schoepp, Bryanna Schwantes, *Kailey Smidel, Courtney Smythe, Simon Steeber, Jaime T ennant, Austin Tess, Koua Thao, Katelyn Vandenhouten, Lue Vang, Margot Wage, Megan Wech, Connor Wigand, Whitney Wrolson, *Elena Xiong, Tiffany Xiong, Jason Yang, Taylor Zipperer, Kennedy Zittel, and Shelby Zunker. Seniors: Hailey Backus, Natalie Barry, Nathaniel Barry, Brock Bauer, *Mara Bowman, Carley Braun, Bailey Budnik, Michael Burish, *Isaac Carlson, Andrew Cavanaugh, Pa Houa Chang, Kieran Crowley-Oswald, Malachia Dabeck, *Bryce Damman, Dayna Decker, Alyssa DeZeeuw, *Emma Dill, *Mallory Dixon, Ezra Emme, *Trevor Ford, Brandon Gersek, *Sarah Greene, Sofia Guillin, Mark Hacker, *Samantha Hacker, Bryanna Hammond, Alyssa Hang, Tracy Hang, Michael Heck, *Kathryn H enry, Michaela Holt, Camille Jacobson, Lucia Jimenez-Morales, Braxton Keil, Jonathan Klatt, Andrew Klavekoske, *Katie Kocian, *Shannon Koehler, Merit Koepke, Skyler Lalib erte, *Gaoki Lee, *Yifei Lyu, Christina Maser, *Allison McDou- g al, Angela Meyette, Logan Michalek, Tristan Mills, Rachel Minehan, Katelynn Mischler, Miranda Moyle, *Cassidy Mrotek, *Aaron Murphy, Talahsee Neidl, Alexis Neri, Brock Newb- e rg, *Adam Opperman, *Ellie Pecore, Alex Peterson, Elizabeth Pitroski, Noah Pivonka, Rosa P onciano, Rapassa Prinyarux, Salman Qazi, Rachel Quistorf, Emily Rezba, *Devon Rosinsky, * Joshua Samz, Hunter Saubert, Marissa Schisel, Austin Schleis, Hannah Schmitt, Ally Schroeder, Samantha Schuetze, Madeline Sheedlo, Ian Siebold, Zackary Simmons, Matthew Simonar, Lauren Solkowski, Isabel Strazny, Nicholas Strzyzewski, Kaitlin Sukowaty, Natada Suvanpra- korn, Chad Tessmann, Taylor Tice, Morgan Tienor, *Briana Tolksdorf, Chelsea Valleskey, Flock Vang, Hannah VanSteen- burgh, Emily Vaughn, *Emanuel Vazquez Cisneros, Mallory W agner, Evan Wanek, *Nanami Watase, *Cheng Leng Xiong, and *Katelyn Zelinski. The students listed below achieved a 3.0-3.499 grade point a verage: Sophomores: Mohammad Ahmed, Jillian Amasone, Brianna Brachmann, Garrett Braun, Karly Breidung, Kayla Brooks, Adam Carlson, Evan Carpenter, Justin Chang, Lisa Chang, Jonat han Christensen, Anna Copeland, Jacob Curran, Kelsey C zaplewski, Autumn Czechanski, Lauryn Davis, Alexander De- Zeeuw, Curtiss Dokey, Andrew Eberhardt, Anna Emme, Samuel Evanhoff, Kyle Glines, Daniel Gonzalez, Callie Greetan, Aleighah Gulseth, Gabriel Guzman, Tanner Hadler, Taylor H ager, Kevin Hang, Nicholas Hodgson, Owen Hurkmans, Azra Javeed, Madelyn Kakuk, Chase K ersten, Darren Kluczinske, Hayley Kurth, Gina Lee, Owen Lettenberger, Hayden Lodel, Xeng Lor, Hannah Lulloff, Nicklas Manis, Olivia Mueller, John Myers, Thayne Neumann, Jayd en Oelke, Alyssa Pleasants, Grahmby Pratt, Christopher Prince, Carlee Ragsdale, Skylar Reese, Clayton Rogers, Arianna Schermetzler, Valon Selimi, Amber Shedivy, Jacob Siebold, Samantha Souphanthavong, Melanie Spaeth, Axten Taddy, Damien Tadych, Katrina Titus, Zoe Valitchka, Stevie Vander- Bloomen, Cora VanEss, Makenzie Vang, Elizabeth Voda, Cassandra Williams, Amy Williquette, Amanda Wolter, Vue Xiong, Samuel Yurk, and Larissa Zeddies. Juniors: Ilyjah Arzate, Ashlen Ayotte, Marissa Backus, Arabella Balzan, Braedon Bandt, Emily Bashaw, Austen Brooks, Jacob Buchner, Brent Budnik, Zachary Burns, Desirae Caldwell, Emma Clapper, Kristoffer Cox, Zackary Dawidowich, Max Diedrich, A ndrew Dishinger, Tyler Duckart, Kathleen Eberhardt, Jordan Eckley, Calvin Elmore, Christo- pher Engelbrecht, Evan Gilbert, Edward Gilmer, Destiny Green, Salina Hang, Xang Hang, John P aul Heili, Fwj Chim Her, Isaac Holschbach, Kayla Jacoby, Beau Jacques, Jamie Jalowiec, Madison Kaminski, Bethany Kiley, Alyssa Kliment, Travis Kratz, KaZoua Kue, Sophia Kue, Ean L agerstrom, Jaden Larsen, Chong Lee, Joshua Leneau, Taylor Logan, Nicholas Meola, McKenna Metzner-Kubichek, Mackenzie Meyer, Dalton Miilu, Nathaniel Mleziva, Nathan Muck, Brett Newberg, Jaris Parnau, Emily Pelot, Aaron Ploederl, Kimberly Ratajczak, Benjamin Reindl, Erin Reinke, Amethyst Reisenbuechler, Ashley Riske, Devri Riske, Lindsey Rivard, Courtney Robinson, Jade Rusch-Vareka, Megan Schley, Dayna Schroeder, Bryn Seidl, Vullnet Selimi, Sadie Sielski, Oceanna Spencer, Kasey Swo- kowski, Jason Thao, Nkaujnt- xawm Thao, Angelique Thomas, Rachel Tompson, Xeng Vang, Ryan Virnoche, Jasmin Walters, Alexander Wideman, Kao Lee Yang and Aaron Zommers. Seniors: Caleb Augustine, E lizabeth Bellin, Alexis Bergner, Wynnafred Bonde, Brandon Braun, Brandon Brooks, Jenny Chang, Jordan Chang, Katlyn Chapman, Robert Chase, Jordan Cisler, Morgan Cornette, Jordyn C ulbertson, Alissa Czechanski, Kali DeBaere, Ashley Delsman, Savana Denis, Anthony Dueno, Trevor Feest, Rayna Figueroa, Joseph Foth, Trevor Gillis, Nick Glish, Gabrielle Hackmann, W illiam Hafemesiter, Pahoua Hang, Moriah Hansen, Rachael Hansen, Jazmine Heinen, Cinthia Hermosillo, Damian Hitsman, Kirill Holschbach, Mason Huebner, Avery Jessel, Crystal Knox, Megan Kronschnabel, Shane Kunesh, David LaTour, Joshua Leonard, Tha Lor, Larz Luchterhand, Sera Luedtke, Delany Martell, Nicholas Martinco, Joaquim Martinez, Keegan Michels, Zachary Myers, Ruth Neff, Makayla Nelson, Bryce N ewberg, Holly Nichols, Baileigh Nordstrom, Cody Olson, Easton Orlopp, Emmah Peterman, Isaac Pethan, Courtney Pleasants, Nicole Posnanski, Kimberly Pribyl, Benjamin Prince, Mitchell R ens, Breanna Ruffolo, Brittany Runion, Victoria Sanchez, Jeffrey Schnell, Bailey Seidl, Nathaniel Snyder, Jeremy Sonnenburg, Kern Stelzer, Kilson Tackett, Arthur Thao, Benjamin Thompson, Mercedes Torres, Brianna Vanne, Sydney Verbauwhede, Tehya Vigue, Alex Vraney, Gather Weber, Julia Wetzel, Elaina Yang and Ko Yang. Lincoln High School honor roll Saturday, Feb. 13 Today’s Highlight in History: On Feb. 13, 1861, Abraham Lincoln was officially declared winner of the 1860 presidential election as electors cast their ballots. On this date I n 1542 , the fifth wife of England’s King Henry V III, Catherine Howard, was executed for adultery. In 1914 , the American Society of Composers, Aut hors and Publishers, also k nown as ASCAP, was f ounded in New York. In 1920 , the League of Nations recognized the perpetual neutrality of Switzerland. In 1935 , a jury in Flemington, New Jersey, found Bruno Richard Hauptmann guilty of first- degree murder in the kidnap-slaying of Charles A. L indbergh Jr., the son of Charles and Anne Lind- b ergh. (Hauptmann was later executed.) In 1960 , France exploded its first atomic bomb in t he Sahara Desert. I n 1975 , a late-night ar- s on fire set by a disgruntled custodian broke out on the 11th floor of the north tower of New York’s World Trade Center; the blaze spread to six floors, but caused no direct casualties. In 1980 , the 13th Winter Olympics opened in Lake Placid, New York. I n 1988 , the 15th Winter Olympics opened in Cal- g ary, Alberta, Canada. In 1991 , during Operation Desert Storm, allied warplanes destroyed an u nderground shelter in B aghdad that had been i dentified as a military command center; Iraqi of- ficials said 500 civilians were killed. In 1996 , the rock musical “Rent,” by Jonathan Larson, opened off-Broadway. Ten years ago: Auditors reported that millions of dollars in Hurricane K atrina disaster aid had been squandered, paying f or such items as a $450 tattoo and $375-dollar-a- day beachfront condos. Five years ago: Lady A ntebellum was the big w inner at the Grammys w ith five awards, including record and song of the year for the band’s yearning crossover ballad “Need You Now,” but rockers Arcade Fire won the biggest prize, album of the year, for their highly acclaimed “The Suburbs.” One year ago: Calling cyberspace the new “Wild W est,” President Barack Obama told the private s ector during a White House cybersecurity summit at Stanford University that it needed to do m ore to stop cyberattacks a imed at the U.S. every d ay. Today’s Birthdays: Singer-musician Peter Tork (The Monkees) is 74. Actress Stockard Channing is 72. Talk show host Jerry Springer is 72. Singer Peter Gabriel is 66. Singer Robbie Williams is 42. Singer-songwriter Feist is 40. Actress Mena S uvari is 37. Michael Joseph Jackson Jr. (also k nown as Prince Michael Jackson I) is 19. Thought for Today: “An explanation of cause i s not a justification by r eason.” — C.S. Lewis, E nglish author (18981963). Today in history

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