The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 12, 1977 · Page 11
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The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota · Page 11

Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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Thursday, May 12, 1977
Page 11
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299 seniors in graduating class Graduation for 2W Formic n;o«-, »*-..!-_. «_ ... _ _ . for 299 Fergus Falls High School seniors has been approved providing they complete r e q u i r e m e n t s satisfactorily. Commencement is scheduled for Thursday, Juce In the list that follows honor students are identified by plus signs (+). ' *"* Scott Michael Ackerman James Brian Adelsman +Ma]id Ahmadi Rahmatabad Bradley Scott Anderson Cheryl Dee Anderson David Dohney Anderson Dwight Leland Anderson Jerome Daniel Anderson Karen Marie Anderson Laura K. Anderson Mitchell Adelbert Anderson Todd Leonard Anderson Karen Lynn Andrews Richard William Araskog Julie Ann Arends Brian Lee Armstrong Jeffrey Lee Aschnewitz Mary Elizabeth Atkinson Pamela Kay Aune Bradley Craig Bakke Bruce Walter Bakke +Karen Beth Balken Kristi Sharilyn Baliien Roxanne Eleanore Barker Therese Marie Barton Michael Vincent Beeler Michele Renae Berg +Paul Kenneth Berg Deborah-Ruth Beske Curtis Dean Biegler +Teresa dare Bird Andrew Arthur B!om Steven John Blondeau Eric Olai Boe Coileen Kay Boese David Lee Boese John Wesley Bogen John Darwin Borchert Kim Bruce Borck +Bruce Gale Bratton ·fRobert Paul Brensike Darla Renee Brower Darwin Ronald Brown Lori Jill Bruns Tamie Kay Bankowske Jesse Orland Burley Lester D. Carlson -f Kathleen Margaret Clambey -rCynthia Jo Collins DuWayne Robert Cookman Mary Clare Corliss Diana Marlene Crail Dewey Vincent Darval Shaunalee Rose Darval -t-Patricia Eileen Davidson +Denise Ann Detjen +Mark Robert Deutschman Roger Eugene Dewey Paul Arthur Dimke Timothy Dean Doepke Mark W. Drechsel Paul Vernon J. Drechsel Kristi Rae Duenow +Kathylee Jane Duncan Philip Van Ebersvffler ' Patrick Grover Eckert +Mark Arthur Eckhardt Barbara Ann Eggen Penny Ann Eggen Jeffrey Gordon Eisenhuth Paul Aaron EUingson Frederic Harold Evenson Norman A. Everson Thomas E. Fischer Gregory Wayne Freitag Gary Dean Friedrich Margaret Mary Fritz ^Barbara Sue Funk Tamara Lynn Gatz James Robert Gibson Frank Steven Giorgini Philip Jerome Glawe +Charles James Gnahn +Michelle Renee Good Brian James Graff Laurie Beth Grage Connie Marie Grant +Carol Louise Grimm Cylinda Lou Grothe Julie Anne Grundei +Dale Carl Gundberg Patrick Lawrence Haarstad Rick Edward Halvorson' Lynn Jeffrey Hanneman Joyce Lynn Hanson Sandra Kay Hanson Thomas Lee Hanson Wendy Jo Hanson Jerry Holland Hanslad Tammy Jo Harig David Robert Harlow Michael Allen Haroldson Michael Kent Hailing Candace llene Haugen Judith Ann Haugen +Carrie Ann Hefte -William Scott Heglund Michael Eugene Heiden Mark Edward Heine +Judit)i Nell Heiserman Rhonda Norma Henderson Mary Jo (Haus) Hoff +Sandra Kay Holt Mark Bradley Holte Brelt K. Kopponen Sherlock J. Houge, Jr. Pamela Jo Hovland James Albert Iversen -f-Ramona Harriet Jacobs ·fTi/nothy James Jennen Steven Allen Jensen +Donna Marie Johnson +Janet E. Johnson Mardell A. Johnson -fRobert Clarence Johnson +Robert Price Johnson Tamara Ann Johnson Brenda Marie Jurgens Stephanie Jean Reiser Tracy M. Kelly Romayne Lucille Kilde Steven Todd Kjer Martin L. Knodle +Deborah Ann Knopp +Annelte Kay Knudsen Bradley Dean Knutson Carmen Renee Koester Randy Arthur Kohlhase Kay Lynette Kollar Bruce L. Kolle Brenda Kay Kosel Glenn R. Kube Gail Ann Lacher Michael Dean Lankow Cynthia Lynn Larson Daniel Aldrieh Larson Rebecca Ann Larson +Candy Lea Ledbetter +Donna Rae Lee Lucy Diane Leitch Alan Micheal Lien Dennis Wayne Lien Michael Eugene LUIeinoen Timothy Tal UUquist Tamarae Rae Lindstrom Joseph Michael Lorsung Lance Alan Lundquist Brian Kevin McArthur +Brian G. McGuire Jane Marie McManus +Anita Sue Mann .-fSteven Lee Manning Craig Walter Marousek Steven Larry Marquard Steven Merle Marts Jon P. Metster +Daryl Earl Meftert Steven Craig Menze +Gregory Mark Mesker Laurie Jean Messer Betty Jean Meyer +Mary Jean Mikkelson Myron Eugene Mjelde Thomas S. Mobraten +Jayne Helen Moling H-Sarah Geneva MoUerud John Edward Molter Mary Ann Mortenson Melchelle Ann Moss Diane Patricia Mundahl Lynne Ann Nelsse Bryan R. Nelson Jodeen Fay Nelson +Nancy Jean Nelson Steven Michael Ness ·l-Tamara Kay Ness Kirk Allen Neuleib John William Nirschl Michael Roy Norby Dale LeRoy Norgren Kari Lynn Olson Keith Charles Olson Valerie Joy Olson Timothy James Onken Brett Burdean Oslund ·Blark Alan Otnes Annette Overland +Kristen Ann Owen +Scott James Palmer +Stephanie Pawlyszyn Lorrie Kay Pearson · Darcy Joy.Pederson -fRienard Lee Pemberton, Jr. ·(-Patricia A. Peterson Ronda Kay Peterson David Howard Phillips Steven Ralph Phillips Jane Marie Piekarski Karen Lynn Pikop Mitchell Steven Preston Victoria Rose Presuhn Natalie Jo Quaal Douglas K, Quam Brian Keith Raad John Edward Raaen -t-Robin Diane Rasmussen Donavan Lee Rasmusson Mark Carven Ristenen Jeffrey Wilson Roberts Robert Ernest Rogers Karen Marie Romslo ·fSara Cecilia Rosas Lawrence Paul Rosquist William Kenley Rudd Brian Keith Rude Randy Clay Rude Tammy R. (Rude) Shelton Christine Marie Rudnick +Amy Louise Ryan -KJane Marie Sabbe Seyed Abbas Sakak Scott William Sampson Jon Eric Sander Bruce James Sauer Bonita Beth Saunders Steven Thomas Sawyer Gregory Lee Schiller Pamela Jo Schlueter Charles AUyn Schmidt -(-Sandra Lynn Schoening Barbara Ann Schreiber Luke A. Schroder John Henry Schroeder Carolyn Kaye Scott Kay Minnette Schultz Karen Ann (Burris) Schulz EUzabeth Jo Searles +Carrie Lynn Seeba Dawn Marie Severson Colleen Elizabeth Shaw Judy Lucille Sheldon Paul David Shjerve Cindy Jean Shol Alan Craig Sholts Diane Kay Shonblom -f-Todd Howard Sjolie Timothy John Smedstad David Jay Smith Anthony Scott Stavig Mary Kris Steen +Wayne Roger Stein +Jody Carol Stemsrud Bruce Allen Stenstrom Patricia Jo (Stenstrom) Kugler +Nancy Jo Stich -fSteven Lynn Stoa Debra Jo Stock Gary Frank Stout feigns Falls ((to.) Journal Thurs,Mayl2,1977 ]] Totie Fields has corrective eye surgery STANFORD, Calif. ( A P ) - Comedienne Totie Fields was resting comfortably Tuesday after surgery to counter un- paired vision in her let! eye, according to the Stanford Uni- versity Medical Center. The 47-year-old entertainer underwent a vitreclomy - re- moval of some of the trans- parent substance that fills the inside of the eyeball. Dr. Chris- tian Zweng said the operation, performed Monday, was neces^ sary because of a hemorrhage. He said the eye problem is another complication of diabe- tes, the illness that forced am- putation of one of Miss Field's legs a year ago. She was ex- pected to remain in Ihe hospital for two weeks. HAVE YOU T R I E D O U R GOLDEN PANCAKES Delicious, moult], watering, specially mixed batter done to a golden brown and lopped with buller and syrup. Or how about our special Blueberry pancakes -- made v^ilh r e a l b l u e b e r r i e s Hungry for pancakes? Here's Ihe place. ouucsrw Family Restaurant 41»West Lincoln Fergus Falls Cynthia Ann Strauch +Susan Kay Swartz Vicki Lea Swedberg -i-Lisa Lynn Swenson Leslie A. Tenneson -fSandra M. Tenneson -l-Amy Joyce Thorn Rebecca Ellen Thorn Margaret B. Thorson -(-Cindy Fay Tollefson -t-Dawn Marie Tommerdahl Kim Renae Toso Timothy Scott Trosvig Curtis Owen Tungseth Tamara Jill Tweet Wanda Joan Tysdal Blake Charles Veitenheimer Lucinda Rae Wagar Denise Marie Wahl Keith Fredrick Walker Pamela Mae Walkup Daniel Jocob Walvatne Michael Joseph Wegscbeiii +Lisa Anne Wenstrom Faith Michelle Wick Judith Sharon Widness Mark D. Wienbar Elizabeth Caroline Williams Gregory Michael Wollan Carol Lynette Youngdalc Thomas Allen Zurn STUMP REMOVAL Rid Your Yard of Ugly Stumps Tree Trimming, Topping, Removals, Tree Moving CARR'S 367-2033 OTTERTAIL and BATTLE LAKE Congress nears vote on budget WASHINGTON (AP) - With House and Senate negotiators in agreement on a defense budget, Congress iSj preparing to vote on a financial blueprint that foresees spending of a record $460.9 billion for next fiscal year. Members of a House-Senate conference committee, ending three days of bargaining and .intermittent deadlock, agreed Wednesday on the proposal which calls for defense spend- ing of $111 billion and a deficit of $64.6 billion. Wheat harvest may near record By DON KENDALL AP Farm Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - Good weather this spring pumped so much new life into the 19T7 win- ter wheat crop that the harvest probably will be substantially better than many forecasters predicted last winter. Tie Agriculture Department said Tuesday that this year's harvest, based on May 1 com- putations, will be almost 1.48 billion bushels, down 6 per cent from 1976 production bat 3 per cent more than the department initially predicted last Decem- ber. An estimate of 1977 spring- planted wheat production will be announced in July, but offi- cials think that if farmers get good weather an output of around 500 million bushels is possible. So, if things go right, total wheat production this year could be close to 'two billion bushels, not far below the record harvest of 2,1 billion bushels in IJ76, and add further to Use growing U.S. wheat stockpile. Last year's record wheat corp included about 1.57 billion bushels of winter wheat and 581 million of spring wheat. The winter wheat crop in Kansas, the leading producer, was estimated as of May I at 384 million bushels, compared with 339 million in 1976 and just a shade less than the all time record of 384.8 million bushels harvested in 1973, according to USDA records. Officials said the 1977 aver- age yield per harvested acre nationally is estimated at 30,9 bushels, compared with 31.6 bushels an acre last year and 32.1 in 1975. The department's Crop Re- porting Board said the winter wheat crop perked up "as a re- salt of substantially improved moisture conditions, prin- cipally during March and April, and by May 1 mostly was in good condition except in drought areas of California and the Pacific Northwest." As a result of the recent large crops, the U.S. wheat reserve stockpile has grown and by June 1 is expected to exceed 1.1 billion bushels, the most since the early 1960"s. A year ago it was 664 million. Consequently, wheat prices have dropped sharply and averaged $2.41 a bushel as of April 15on (he farm, compared with $3.50 a year ago, according to USDA. The report Tuesday also showed that as of May 1: --Orange production is esti-' mated at 251.6 million boxes, down one million boxes from the April estimate, but still 5 per cent more than last season. --Peach output in the nine Southern states is forecast at 643.5 million pounds, up 23 per cent from last year and the most in the region since 1969. --Spring potato output, esti- mated at 22.7 million hun- dredireight, is up 6 per cent from prospects in April but still 8 per cent down from 24.8 mil- lion produced in 1976. --Stocks of hay on farms are eslimated at 19.6 million tons, down 23 per cent from 25.6 mil- lion on May 1,1976. MUFFLERS TAILPIPES) gg W e'll install one ot the most reasonable S^~ ; j \ i rale... speedily. 4,' ,J « VAN'S MUFFLER SHOP « WE ST LINCOLN - PHONE 737-JW8 A vote on the resolution was set tentatively for Friday in the Senate. In the House, where prospects for passage appear! less certain, the test was sched--, uled for nest Tuesday. of; Defense spending, the issue that divided the conference committee, appeared for a time to threaten the whole congres- sional budget process. The $111 billion figure is Jl.l billion more than the House had voted, J600 million less than the Senate sought, J900 million less than President Carter requested in February and }1.8 billion under a later semi- official estimate by his Office of Management and Budget. Defense spending for the cur- rent fiscal year is set at J100.1 billion, out of a total budget of #17.4 billion. Anticipating charges that proposal would cut into the na- tion's military muscle, the committee defended its decision in its report to both the House and Senate. The report said Jill billion for defense would mean a par- tial slowdown in foreign mili- tary sales and would require the Defense Department to spend funris ieft over from ear- lier years and to absorb part of coming pay increases. The fig- ure also anticipates inflation below a d m i n i s t r a t i o n estimates. Liberal House Democrats, who hold the key to success of budget resolutions in that chamber, contributed to the de- feat of the first resolution drafted this year and said they would vote against future pro- posals unless defense spending were kept relatively low. But budget committee chair- man Robert N. Giaimo, D- Conn., noting that lawmakers like the new budget system, · which gives Congress a bigger role in setting spending levels, expressed optimism that the new resolution would win ap- proval. Defeat of the compromise resolution would halt work on spending bills and could con- ceivably endanger the contin- uation of the congressional budget system, The nonbinding resolution serves as a guideline for spending bills. In the fall, Congress will adopt a second resolution, setting mandatory ceilings. HANSON'S WHEEL HORSE J taw n fc garden tractors SALES s SERVICE Morton Hanson, Owner 820 EAST VERNON Phone No. 739-1191 SYTTE1E MAI Tuesday, May 1 7 BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN CHURCH Comer of Mill and Junias Norwegian Worship Service 2: M p.m. with Pa stor Otto Braille mm MAI CHER Scrvingislrom3:30P.M.to7:»P.M. TICKETS ARE: Adults .............................. J3.00 Children ( 12 and under) ..... ·. ........ J1.50 Tickets on sale at Roy Olson Music and at the church office. Also available at the door. MENU Him, Meatballs, Turkey, Baked Potatoes, Corn, Jelb, Pickles, Cole Slaw, Baked Beans, Lefsa, Flatbrod, Rommegrod, Sweet Soup, Norwegian Baking, Coffee and Free Nursery Available \\ IflUfkpffi Seiier l.ilkcr l. GRADUATION GIFT SPECIAL! FAMOUS LANE LOVE CHESTS AT BI6 SAVINGS...YOUR CHOICE Now is your chance to save on a Lane Love Chest. Treasure by treasure, tinder lock and key, you stasfi away things that someday you'll be staling. They'll stay fresh as new in your Lane's marvelous cedar fragrance. See it today. $89 Top to bottom: 3940-77Walnutveneers; select haidwood solids' 48" x 16" x 21/ ? "h. 3941-01 Oak veneers; select haidwood solids- IB" x 16" x 2iy ; "h. ' 3942-06 Pine veneers; select hardwood solids- '"" x 16" x 2iy 2 "h. UPHOLSTERED TOP LOVE CHESTS All Love Chests. upMslertd with imported Belgium Gios Point fabrics. 4149-06.,. $ 189 Plus -- Many more in stock from SHOP HERE... r-*-^ which to choose at Special Prices! GET YOUR PARK-0-SHOP/ ';;;'.·-.''// TOKENS DOWNTOWN FERGUS Of) LOTS OF PARKING FURNITURE

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