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May 27, 1970

Fond Du Lac Commonwealth Reporter from Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin · Page 17

Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin
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Wednesday, May 27, 1970
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Pag* 24 Fond du Lac (Wisconsin) Commonwealth Reporter, Wednesday, May 27, 1970 AFS Student Named HORICON -- A 17-year-old from Western Australia will be Horicon's 1970-7i A.F.S. student. Peter Arthur Beatty, who lives in Dinninup, is expected to arrive in Horicon in August to make his home with the Donald A. Raatz family at Minnesota Junction. Peter will be the second A.F.S.'er to make his home with the Raatz. The family hosted Reynaldo Borgatello of Rosario, Argentina, for the 1967-68 school year. The young man who speaks English and French has two brothers, John, 20, and Kenneth, 14. He will be a "brother" to David Raatz, 17, who will be a senior at Horicon High School next year, and Donald Raatz Jr., who graduated with Reynaldo in 1968 and is presently attending United Electronics School at Des Moines, Iowa. Among Peter's hobb'.es are football, tennis, surfing and swimming. He also plays guitar and piano. His parents farm. Area Road Projects Included Schedule Bid Opening MADISON - The State Division of Highways will open bids June 4 on 4S highway construction a n d maintenance projects in 31 counties. It is expected to be the largest single bid opening ever held in Wisconsin. Among the projects to be contracted are 4.028 miles of giading, base course and concrete pavement on Highway 57 between Kiel and New Holstein m Calumet County. The project will remove a dangerous curve a f a railroad overhead and Fast Driver Forfeits $57 JUNEAU -- A forfeiture ofjB. Francis, Oconomowoc. Karl ; $57 for driving too fast for con-jM. Eberle, 22, Milwaukee, and ditions was made by GeorgeneiThomas H. Hoch, 19, Beaver M. Mulder, Brandon, when her Dam, each entered pleas of lease was heard before Judge guilty to speeding and were | Clarence G. Traeger in Dodge fined $20 and costs. |County Court Branch 2, Tues- Harold H. Schmuhl. 6 7 , jday. Watertown, pled guilty to illegal ' A plea of guilty to a similar;passing and was fined $30 and icharge resulted in a fine of:costs. A forfeiture of $32 was :S40 and costs for Jack A. Bell, paid by David R, Horst, 19, 38, Waupun. Inattentive driving!Rubicon, for operating a vehicle was the charge for which with mufflers . James F. Pagel. 16, Water- _ town, forfeited $37. Frederick; * ---E. Schellinger, 47. Hartford,! £ o j s Lange Earns forfeited $37 for operating over I Ithe center of the road. | Stout State Degree EXTENSION OF SEWERS and water facilities on West Wisconsin Avenue 420 feet west of Plymouth Street in New Holstein is nearing completion. Part of the 1970 street improvement contracts totaling S92.130.90, underground installa- tions are being laid to conform to the future grade set for Wisconsin Avenue. No hills will be cut down now. The crew will next move to extend sewer and water facilities 305 feet east on East Wisconsin Avenue; (Commonwealth Reporter Photo) Failure to yieid from an ; CAMPBtLLSPORT -- Lois arterial resulted in a forfeiture I Lange, daughter of Mr. and of $37 for Viola L. Key, Route! \ ,, _ B , 2, Watertown. Garnie R . ! M r s H a r v e y L a n g e , I Morton, 33, Kenosha, forfeited 'Campbellsport, was among the ! $37 for a stop sign violation. j graduates at ceremonies held ·· A forfeiture of S35 was made|at Stout State U n i v e r s i t y , by Irving L. Muentner, 71,|Menomonie last weekend, iBrownsville, for an illegal left; Misg L majored , fa iturn. · j · j Speeding resulted in for- economics ed , ucatl ° n a « d was ° -- _ . . _ treasurer of the H o m e Economics Club. resulted in forfeitures of $32 each for Gregory J. Cross, 18, Horicon, and Joyce · relocate a portion of the highway. i In Dod^e County, a project ·consists of a ISO-foot, two-span, continuous T-bcam structure to carry Highway 67 over the Rock address at Wayland Academy, .. , River between Mayville and Beaver Dam, and speak at a HORICON -^Underclassmen T h P r P s a Thp project w , ] 1 d i n n e r meeting of the Kettle Class Heads Are Elected Steiger Speaks at Wayland Cong. William A. Steiger at the Winneconne Com-| deliver the commencementimunity School at 11:15; and! at Horicon High School have mc , nrie r e r n o v i n g the o l d elected officers for the 1970-71. j^^p school year. A W a s h j n g f o n county project Heading the senior class n e x t l w ) ) 1 inc | ude 3.0^4 miles of year will be Mark Sullivan., R r a d e i ba?e course a n d b l f u , president; Don Zarling, vice; surfacing on president; Chris Zuhlke, secre- , * tary; Jim Bartelt, treasurer; ; County Trunk Highway G from and Debbie Gietzel. Steve Ma-Germantown north to Highway cheel, David Placeman and:60. Mike Schnorr, student council. Bjds w j ,, a , FO be opened f o r ·Debbie Hanefeld, rural Bura Wmneba g 0 County pro j ect nett, was elected president of: ... . " ,, the junior class. On the s |are! consisrm * of a concrete fioor with Debbie are John UIrich,| o v e r l a y on Highway 116 bridge vice president; Beth Splinter, jover the Wolf River in Winne- secretary; Dwight P 1 a u t. z , -conne. treasurer; and John Mueller., Sue Albert, Mary Bogda a n d : Fined $300 K r i s B e h n k e . s t u d e n t c o u n r . i l . , J U N E A U _ A 21-vear-old : Officers of next year's sopho- " Moraine Metropolitan Association during this week's recess of the House of Representatives. Cong. Steiger will address the Kettle Moraine Metropolitan Association at the Moraine Supper Club, West Bend, at 8 p.m. today. The commencement speech at Beaver Dam will be delivered at 10 a.m. Saturday. Other items on S t e i g e r ' s agenda this week include public Friday afternoon he will join \ Mayor Roman Hauser of Nee-j nah, State Sen. William Dra-i heim, Assemblyman D a v i d ! Martin and other officials of the Neenah area at a meeting on tax relief for the elderly in the Neenah High School auditorium. He will deliver the com-j mencement address at Brillion j High School at 8 p.m. Friday; and at 1 p.m. Saturday, he will take part in the Memorial Day ceremony at Boltonville. - , .. , more class will be Julie Schultz,! C 1 y m a n woman was f m e d president; Bill Snyder, vice! a n d cost s wh en she appeared; president; Chris S f e n s a as Jbefore Judge Clarence G. secretary; Kim Hunt, treas-j Traeger in Dodge County Court; i off ice hours at the post office in Sheboygan from 10:30 a.m. \ j u n t i l noon on Thursday; a i |speaking engagement with t h e j Sheboygan Kiwanis C 1 u b| Lutheran Hospital, Beaver Dam Thursday noon at the Fountain Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Park Motor Inn; and a meeting with Sheboygan North High School students who have been Stanley Wolter of Mayville, May 25. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. working on an anti-pollution Larry W. Haiti of Beaver Dam, uier; and Tammy Berk, Bud Gadow, Peter Loomans and R'oxanne Shute, student council. ^Freshman class officers will be elected in the fall. Branch 2 Monday on a charge! of procuring fermented malt! Kolell entered a plea of guilty. project Thursday afternoon. At 6 p.m. Thursday evening, Steiger will address those in attendance at the 22nd annual Human Rights Awards Dinner OPEN MEMORIAL DAY 9 A.M. to 12 NOON FEATURING 1DUNDYS. '·" O E T T F R **» B E T T E R F O O D S HORMEICURE81 BONELESS HAMS $139 I IB. DUBUQUE CANNED HAMS 5 -Lb. $459 Tin *f OSCAR MAYER WIENERS May 26. St. Joseph's Hospital, West Bend Son to Mr. and Mrs. Robert at the Jewish C o m m u n i t yjSeiner, West Bend, May 21. beverages for minors. Mary A. ;center in Milwaukee. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Friday morning, Steiger will Gerhardt Fisher, West Bend, May 21. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pietz, West Bend, May 21. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Mark Shaw, Kewaskum, May 22. Son to Mr. and Mrs. John Gonzalez, West Bend, May 22. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirst, Kewaskum, May 25. ADD Stork Club 2nd area syl Waupun Memorial Hospital Son to Mr. and Mrs. Forrest JKleinhans, Campbellsport, May M mm, mJ JOtlTJL/ml^l ON SOUTH PARK AVE. BETWEEN 9th and 10th STREETS COOK-OUT TIME! Choice Tender Swiss Or Round Steak EXYRA LEAN FRESH f*fl| Ground Chuck Dtl MEYER SOFT fiAl Summer Sausage.. ib. 03 HOMEMADE "fAf Lean Brats .. n,. 19 Ripon Forfeits Forfeitures of $47 each were paid by Michael Q. Williams, 29, of 552 Fenton St., Ripon, for an improper right turn involving an accident; and David A. Stobb, 16, Route 1, Ripon, for careless driving. Raymond E. Walker, 57, Route 2, Ripon, forfeited $37 for speeding; and Martha W . James, Route 1, Ripon. forfeited $32 for a stop sign violation. A new kind of glass cleaner. NEW! SHATTERPROOF PLASTIC BOTTLE LAMINATED PLASTIC TOPS ·CHROME'STAINLESS STEEL It Works! The air today is not only dirtier .. . it's filled with oils, oxides, sulphurs and other things that make window cleaning a pretty tough chore. That'swhyyou need newpurpleSPARKLE Glass Cleaner. SPARKLE is specially formulated for today's hard-to-clean dirt. SPARKLE contains glycols, which means no after-streaking. 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