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Mitchell, South Dakota
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Social Calendar <*BW-» Attention is the the Stuff th«t toay 27: SCflici Club — 2 p.m. L-aurft ._ .. _^.-,. .* fleyhoidSi hostess; ffiemory is made or. May 28: Utopian Club - Mabel Smith, h 6 s t e s s ; RUby Hoffmari, program. TOPS No< 91 - 1 p.m. YWCA TOPS N6 177 - ?:36 prt. YWCA. OES Past Matrons. Tuesday« May U 6:30 p.m. Jaycetles. chickefl supper, Hitchcock Park. Carol Horstman is bride of M, Peterson at Gregory St. Joseph's Catholic dhurch in Gregory was the scene of the union of Miss Carol H o r s t rt a ft and Michael Peterson May 18, with the Rev. Patrick O'Dowd officiating. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. William Horstman of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Peterson of Sioux City, Iowa. Members of he bridal party were Mary Ann Vaughn, matron of honor; Marilyn Willman and Tony Peterson, bridesmaids, and Mrs. Ronald Horstman, personal attendant. Robert Peterson served his brother as best mart; Jeff Johnson and Bill Horstman were groomsmen. Guests Were seated by Lfifgn Bflone and Roland Horsthlan. Kathy Schaol provided the music and accompanied Terry Johnson, soloist. The couple received guests at the Mary Vale Hall following the ceremony. Assisting were Mrs. Louise Gergen. Florirtda Jernberg, Jane Mclntyre, Kathy Biggar, Ginnie LeMay, Trudy Gergen, Kim Sundquist and Linda Sander. •The bride and bridegroom will be seniors at South Dakota State University, studying towards their pharmacy degrees. They are at home at 807 V4 12th Ave. in Brookings. (Rosebud Photo) Lutheran women to hold eonvo at Sioux Falls g Lutheran Church, will mark the 14lh annual convention of the ALC in South Dakota and the fifth triennial gathering of the ALCW in the state since the present church was created by a merger in 1960. Delegates representing the 251 congregations (113,000 baptized members) in the district are expected for the two-day meeting. Many of the delegates will be housed in college dor mitories. Dr. David Preus, Minneapolis general president of the ALC will deliver a "State of the Church" message. Dr. Margarel Wold, executive director of the national ALCW, will develop the convention theme in her address parents and I have carried on give an intelligent answer I'd | entitled "Toward Wholeness in a running argument for three have to know a lot more than j the Christian Community." months. Will you please try to you've told me..I suggest the] Bishop E. 0. Gilbertson, Sioux see all sides of this question clergyman who is to perform Falls, will preside at the Friday ANN LANDERS- Shack-up is expensive risk Dear Ann Landers: My amiable one? Before I could SIOUX FALLS — ticipated 750 lay and clergy Karen Syers Women'! Editet Phdfii 996-5518 b " — 1'irtv 25. Ip74 |p ally tt*j)ft1>1tc 5 MaiUVlay 2JSJ. 1971 _ . ,_..„ State 4-H conference slated at SDSU BROOKINGS - The state 4-H conference will be held at South Dakota State University June 37, featuring a band and chorus performance as new additions. Registration will begin at 1 p.m. Monday, with a general assembly at 7:30. Chuck Langer, state 4-H Council president, will preside. John Younger, state 4-tt Leader. StJSU will speak. Tuesday's speakers include Dr. Roberi Wagner, associated professor of rural sociology, SDSU and Robert Karolevitz, Mission Hill, author. Sports and recreation activates, a pioneer barn dance and costume party are also planned. A Vietnam POW will speak at the June 5 morning assem- ,bly, and a South Dakota Indian SCOTLAND — Special awards place awards for the state in the afternoon. New officers Were presefited to Scotland Area basketball tourney went to Dave will be elected during the af- Jaycees arid Jaycettes at their Bierle, Scott Fiedler, Dick Icrnoon session. Devid Gnirk An an- . a nUal bantjuet at the VFW Hall, .Thompson, Chuck Asche, Dave and Nona McGlnnes, exchange Scotland Jaycees, Jaycettes receive awards at banquet irt Siou* delegates will meet Falls May 3l-June 1 for precedent-setting joint a with J. F. Jeiisseft as master Gassman and DaVe Fischer. : students to Switzerland and of ceremonies. Phyllis Sedlezky received the included Bob Jackson, Others who received awards! Australia will report Thursday " ' ' AAUW elects new officers Mrs. James Sanders, left, AS new president of the American Association of University Women, Mitchell, receives (he gavel from Mrs. Stephen Nemcth at (he final meeting for (he currertt year. The meeting was held at the Student Center at Dakota Wesleyan University May 20. (ftepublic Photo by Dilba) „,„.,,..- i..,,. New officers assumed their, out- at 10 a.m. A sports spectacular duties at the May 20 meeting'president - - con - 0^sYandin7"jlvcettVawa7d for standing young educator; Ken'and arts and crafts session is '/ the Mitchell American Mrs Maxme Wiseman was ventiort of the South Dakotfcl?""W" d flia ine Janssen|G e o r g e , outstanding young planned that afternoon. - A s s o c i a t i n n of University chairman for the nahel District organizations of The j|/ v °t, pa "JL ide ? rtr B rS e d religious leader, Dwight Biel*.' The annual 4-H banquet will .. Women at the Dakota Wesleyan discussion "Education for American Lutheran Church iffiV M ES* &.?„"". outstanding young farmer; EU-'begin at 6 p.m. June 6, with , University Campus Center. -What Members .oh Jhe panel the American Church Women (ALC) and Lutheran (ALCW). The meetings, on the campus Mrs Mary George. New for the Thohion ftd * ene Kocer, outstanding young iArnie Stenseth, director of the 1 The new officers are Mrs. ^re lftottlpson aM! man; Ron Suess, keyman and South Dakota Bicentennial ; James Sanders, president; Mrs. Mrs Donald Royncn Mrs Allen of Ausustana rolleee and at the'* u u n e i Bhb < ?r n eOur Savior's S C ^° e , b lieignuorinK uur adviui » nt-ncirlorll e °;> e> . . . ...i Kert George and Dick Thompson, I Commission as guest speaker. Harry Mulder, first vice Welnfauf ar officers were installed spoke awart j s jNew officers will bo installed, president; Mrs. William Coates, Moran. new year by Doris New j aycce O ffj cers were' 1 and automotive and tractor •. second vice president; Miss Hostes Arnold Halversbn, „,.„. Reyncn, Mrs. Allen vice Welnfauf and Miss Rose Marie and answer it honestly? I the ceremony be the "referee," My boyfriend *>nd I have been not Ann Landers. going together for over a year. We plan to get married when afternoon sessions which will include the presentation of the district treasurer's report and * -A- * . ,.- . .-, , ..... Dear Ann Landers: For 15 : the proposed 1975 district he finds a job he really likes. years 1 have been married to budget before the delegates I am working but I live at home a verv decent guy He has break into caucus sessions of and have, to pay room and enough good qualities'to fill this j the district's seven geographic board. entire page, The problem (I am I want to move out of my almost ashamed to tell you) is parents' house and live with my that his eyes nearly bug out conferences. Bishop Gilbertson will again preside over Saturday morning fiance. We could make it of his head whenever an at- ! sessions, June 1, at Augustana, financially, with my check tractive woman'walks by. She! which will include the business added to his. My folks are doesn't have to be beautiful, so ; of nominating candidates for the against it. They say it is im- long as she has a big front p o s i ti o n of ALC general moral. We say it's sensible. We porch and is broad across the president, election of district just might find out after we beam. That's enough for him. officers, the consideration of a live together awhile that we! Tf i le was starved for sex at number of resolutions, and a ' °l h . e /., W ^ home, that would be another report-by Dr. _Paul Hanson, enough to spend the rest of our lives together. story. But he's not. It's elevator Operators, waitresses, sales Minneapolis, director of the ALC division of life and mission Isn't it better to shack up for clerks, anything female. Even lin congregations B time than to get married, find teenagers. I've mentioned to ! Mrs. Imy Natvig, president of out you've made a mistake and him how it embarrasses me the South 'Dakota ALCW, will then get a divorce? How else w h en he gawks and leers, but be in charge of that group's can two people really learn ALL ne keeps on craning his neck j separate meeting Saturday about one another s little an d i die inside. What's the!morning at Our Savior's quirks? What do you say? — - _ . ........ _. .... M. And B. Dear M. and B.: Sorry, but he stops looking at them, he'll shacking up isn't the same as a i so stop i 00 itj n g at you- answer? — Embarrasssed Wife Lutheran. The group will hear a message from National ALCW Dear Wife: Ignore it. When President Mrs. Margaret being married. Moreover, the evidence is on the other side. * * i-nonsense * approach * Bauman. Other ALCW business will include the election of officers following by Mrs. Bauman. i*r*Mf«iwv «» w« -..« -....— .«r i rt iiLf-iiuijaeuat: ajjpiuauil lu .fu A recent survey showed that how to deal with life's mosti^ tn couples who lived together idifficult and most rewarding i Mrs ' before marriage had a higher 'arrangement Ann Landers'! Tne convention will conclude divorce rate than those who booklet, "Marriage — What to following a joint session during didn't play house before the .Expect," will prepare you for-with Dr. Kenneth Priebe, ceremony. -And what's more, DeM , er or for worse. Send your'national director of the ALC's the divorces tended to be Wed requ est to Ann Landers, P. 0. United Mission Appeal, will within the first two years of i ox 3346i Chicago, Illinois 60654, speak; final action will be taken " - . r - — „:, ' . , v -H" t. : installed ay non ouess, aisuici president. They include Barb „!„„ nr6s i r | 0 n< Thuv inninHp Suess, president; Pam Fischer, vice president; Karen Kocer, secretary; Gihny Thompson, treasurer; Diartne Janssen, state director; Cheryl Toering. board of directors dnd Cheryl Hess, corresponding secretary. Dianne Janssen received a gift as past president. Jaycettes receiving special awards for state honors were Phyllis Sedlezky, first runner-up as Outstanding Jaycette and Barb Suess, parlimarnentarian and extension chairman for the state and first runner-up for outstanding district vice president. Dick Thompson, president; John Kelley, internal vice president; Ken George, external vice president; Roger Yaeger, secretary; Charles Kramer, treasurer; Dale Sedlezky, state director and John Hess and Jerry Toering, directors. Dale Sedlezky received a past president's pin, and Eugene Kocer.' was honored as past district vice president. Jaycees winning awards at the state convention included Eugene Kocer, national director for t'he southeast region; Ron Suess, district vice president; Dale Sedlezky, the Sinclair Jaycee awards wereiBeeman award and second presented by Past President Dale Sedlezky. Speak-up winners included John Hess, Ken George, Ron Suess, Gary Suess, Dick Thompson and Dale Sedlezky. Sparkplug awards were presented to Joe Janssen, Eugene Kocer, Ron Suess, John Hess and Dale Sedlezky. First place award for the Scotland chapter; and Dick Thompson, Spoke finalist. Speakers at the banquet were Gail Shelby, Sioux Falls, executive vice president; Allen Unruh, Elkton, state speak-up winner and Art DeWitt, past state president. Governor's Conference on Aging Slated at Sioux Falls SIOUX FALLS — Members and officers of senior citizen centers, legislators, and others interested in affairs of the elderly have been invited to the annual Governor's Conference on Aging Wednesday and Thursday, May 29-30. Sessions are being held at Augustana College, with meals, banquet and housing at nominal cost. Gov. Richard F. Kneip will Bride-to-be feted at Letcher LETCHER — Miss Janet Kay Schulte of Mitchell was honored at a bridal shower May 19 at he St. Scholastica's Catholic Church parlors. Her sister Miss Judy Schulte presided at the guest book. deliver the keynote address at a luncheon the opening day. Thereafter all of the registrants will meet in 12 separate -groups to discuss special concerns of older Americans. Reports on their conclusions will be heard near the end of the second day's sessions. Speaker at the evening banquet will be Dr. Arthur S. Flemming, Commissioner Office of Aging, from' Washington, D.C. The second day will start with breakfast at the new Sioux Falls Senior Citizens Center. Back at the college, the registrants will meet in plenary session for a report by the state office of aging staff. James V. Anderson, administrator, state office on aging and director of the conference, will preside. The Thursday luncheon speaker will be Dr. Rulon Camping season begins June 10 for SD 4-H'ers ,. Ivan Bartels, treasurer.! derson and Mrs. Gary Dllges. Mrs. Stephen Ncmeth has just j The group will resume its completed her year as meetings in September. Jaycce officers were and automotive and tractor •. second vice president; MISS i-iosiesses were Mrs. ' Ron Suess district ia w a r d s will be presented Grace Turpin, secretary; and i Halversoh, Mrs. Carolyn An• - • ' ' A graduation ceremony is also *'" T "" "—•-'- ' ' J --"" "" A ll " r - al< " ™ lB6e scheduled. The conference ends Friday, June 7 at 9 a.m. Four-H'ers will be housed in Binnewies Hall. A registration fee of $23 is required. Pre- rcgistration forms are available from county extension offices. Hints From Heloise Icy Solution for Burning Hands By HELOISE CRUSE BROOKINGS — Warm days Dear Heloise: school \.--. na " n plans into of all ages. the To many youngsters, summertime is camp time. To South Woe was me I How my hands did burn when I canned peppers and relish! I tried washing my hands with all sorts of things including vinegar, but nothing Dakota 4-H'ers summer camp|g ave me anv relief. means a choice of dates and locations. Camping may be a three-day event at Camp Lakodia near Madison, a five-day stay at Camp Bob Marshall near Custer, or an experience at Camp Richmond near Aber-' deen. The camping season will begin June 10 at Lakodia and Bob Marshall, says Rich Howard, state 4-H agent at South Dakota State University. Activities planned for the sessions include arts and crafts, group singing, folk dancing, campfire and flag ceremonies, as well as numerous forms of recreation. A successful camping experience offers a variety of benefits, says Howard. Youngsters are given a chance to work and iive with others in a natural setting, thereby increasing their awareness of the world around them. The chance to be in an My daughter happened in one day with a large bag of crushed ice when 1 was canning hot peppers. Handling the ice and putting it in smaller bags cooled my hands and they quit burning in no time. I wonder why I never thought of using ice years ago! Sure hope your readers will try this hint when they can relish and hot peppers. Irene Catherall * * * Dear Heloise: In order to keep packages of gravy mixes, powdered drinks, yeast, etc., in one place in my cupboards, I put them in. a plastic -napkin holder. Now they aren't scattered all over the shelves and I don't have to hunt them up each time I want them. Dear Heloise: Carol Corb outdoor environment aids 4-H'ers i Wny doll ' t you buy a nylon in gaining and understanding I net factory and give each of and appreciation of nature, he lls wives a yar d O r two, or ex P Ialns - maybe three? We'd sure appreciate it since I am guessing you own slock . For additional information on those marriages. Those are the facts, ma'am. * + * Dear Ann Landers; Please be the referee. Freddy's parents have been divorced for three years. We plan to marry this summer. I think Freddy's dad should be invited to the wedding. He says it would make his younger brothers and sisters very uncomfortable. They have not seen their dad in a long while and my fiance thinks it might be a traumatic experience for them if he showed up at the wedding. The kids range from 10 to 15 years of age. I think it's time they accepted the realities of life. Their dad lives in this town and they can't duck him forever. What do you say? — Danbury, Conn. Dear Dan: Never mind about me. What does Freddy's mother say? Is there a new wife? Would she be welcome? Was it a scandalous divorce or an enclosing 50 cents in coin'and ion the 1975 district budget and a long, stamped, self-addressed other remaining convention envelope. {business will be completed. Mrs. Bill Irving was in charge Garfield, regional HEW director of the program. Miss Ann Parce from Denver. Toastmistress will sang several vocal selections be Mrs. Peg Lament, Aberdeen using her own guitar ac- member of the advisory council compartment. Tracy Larimer of °" a f in f /ra4n , d H"" *«« s South Huron gave a reading. The Dakota Mother of the Year. Misses Carol and Judy Sehulte Topics for group discussions assisted their sister in opening are: medication and drugs the gifts; Tracy Larimer Huron, Brenda Peterson O f transportation, physical O f problems (hearing, vision, Forest'burg and Teresa Stach of speech) , education senior Letcher, also assisted with the citizens, income maintenance, AJCL uci, B revenue sharing, legislation, gifts. Hostesses were Mesdames tension office. American Legion Auxiliary honors Gold Star Mother LETCHER - Mrs. Selina Kane, Gold Star Mother, was honored at the regular meeting o f the American Legion Auxiliary May 20. In charge of [he program honoring her were Mrs. Ted Nelson Jr. and Mrs. Donald Moe. Delegates were named to the state convention at Huron. They, are: Mrs. Marvin Godber, Mrs. Robert Ruml and Mrs. Albert for"""*^ration" "& m South ~ SomV Urn. ago I read In yourltockel Alternate, are Mrs Dakota State University s .column about the lady who ™nm Druse Mrs DICK summer art workshop has been hates to fry bacon, so she fries M £{|L% lro im ,dec dad to visit ths extended to May 31. a whole pound at a time and;, J™ jroin^decided towtt the The workshop, which will be held June 9-15, is geared toward Registration for workshop extended BROOKINGS — The deadline in some by now. Mrs. Amy Love Aw come on now ... I don't own any stock! And this might be even a better surprise for you gal — I have never yet gotten a free yard of nylon net! Dear Heloise: love Heloise would find them as helpful as we did, Since they are made of plastic they will hold dentures in Water, or in denture cleaners, arid can be used over and oVer without leaking. E.R. * * * Dear Heloise: We had stationery with our old address printed at the top and rather than discard (heaven forbid!), or cross the old address out and write in the new one, we found that mailing labels covered the old address nicely. Nancy C. Zito * * * THIS COLUMN is written for you. . .the housewife and homemaker. If you have a hint or a problem write to Heloisa in care of THE DAILY REPUBLIC. Because of the tremendous volume of mail, Heloise is unable to answer all individual letters. She will, however, answer your questions in her column whenever possible. nuts it in the freezer „ i Veterans Hospital in Sioux Falls high school students age 15 and she keep it from getting broken If she fries it crisp how does> , June ,™ d the . members will above. The students will receive I up? instruction and practice in raku , , preventive health care, (a form of . _. nutrition, Indian affairs, andll'.'hography and acrylic lake cookies again. It was announced that When I buy bacon I buy one practice for the flower boys and lr°Titu 0SS ! er L UL cille 0y SS housing and home maintenance, j Ralph 'Weston, Vernon Amick, Bill Irving, Jim Evers, Maynard Enfield, Dick Mcln- tyre, Leo Hoffman, Fred Irving, Dick Blindauer, Ed Blindauer, Homer Parce, Karl Walters, Ross Peterson, Donald Gere, ! Monte Moody, Donald Vermeulen, Maurice Putnam, Dave Swank, Lyle Edwards, Clare Leamy, Albert VanLaecken, Lyle Pence, Louis Stach, Dennis Amick, Bonnie Larimer and i Harry Taylor. Miss Schulle will wed Gary Stach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stach of Letcher, in Mitchell, June 21. *v-*- tuiaixu ii ucu * MM j »vi*«-u»» * **MJ w i«»-,-. , - «ii u ceramics), or two pounds at a time. Since g"; 1 ? for Memorial Day will be rylic pain- there's just my husband and me;hold May 24 at 1:30 in the In cnnk for and we don't have ischoolliouse. Auxiliary members Class of 1924 holds reunion SPENCER — The Class of 1924, Spencer High School, held their 50th reunion at the D.G. Field home. Nine of the 18 members were present. Those who attended included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peppmuller, Chula Vista, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Webster, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lindekugel, Denver, Colo. ; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bartho^w, Huron; Mr. and Mrs. George (Agnes Kruescher) Purbaugh, Phoenix, Ariz.; Florence TiHey, Siednschlow, Bowman, N.D.; Orlo Peppmuller, Mitchell; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer (Neva" Lin Lynette Stekl, S. Beraldi united in Letcher church Nuptial vows were repeated by Miss Lynette Stekl and Salvatore Beraldi at the United Church of Christ in Letcher May 10, with the Rev. D-onald Davis officiating. church basement, with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kahle as dining room host and hostess. Others assisting included Carmen Mathis, Randy Kingsbury, Mrs. Hpmer Parents of the couple are Mr. Parce, Mrs. Archie Anderson, and Mrs. Duane. Stekl of Mrs. Ervin Tastad,- Mrs. . Letcher and Mr. and Mrs. Alvatore Beralki of Somerville, Mass. The wedding party included Colleen Stekl, maid of honor; T a m r a Walters, Sandra Maunu, DeeAnne Boe and Marie Beraldi, bridesmaids; Donald Garrety, best man; Allan H u b 1 o u , Steve dekugel) Kuhlman and Mr. and M*jfabeilq, Mike Materess and Mrs. DeVere Field, Spencer. Mrs. R. J. Knuison, Pipestone, Minn., one of the class 1 teachers, was an honored guest. The class was the first to graduate from the present Skip Kristi Shawn Kahle, Stekl, Bly groomsmen; flower girl; and Vickie Mirabello. personal attendants and Jimmy Stekl, ringbearer. Wesley and Allen Stekl were candlelighters. Wedding music was provided by Margo school building. They attended; ^01^° soloist and Christy the annual alumni banquet j,j c ciane. pianist. |oUowia| their weeting. | A reception was beW to LaVern Larson and Mrs. Ruth Kelly. A supper followed at the Moose Lodge in Mitchell, with Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Ettswold as hosts. Mrs. Myron Runestad and Mrs. Donald Davis helped. The bride, a graduate of Letcher High Scohol, attended Dakota State College. The bridegroom is a graduate of Somerville High School and Dakota State College, They will reside in Boston this summer. A rehearsal dinner was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Duane Stekl at the Letcher Legion Hall. Assisting were Mrs. Roger Kahle, Mrs. Arvin Kingsbury, Mrs. Ruth Kelly an.d Mrs. Ivan GaeUe. - Poppy gi named at Canova CANOVA — Wanda Koe.psell was named Miss Poppy at the Junior Auxiliary meeting of the Canova American Legion Auxiliary. Lisa Miller will be Little Miss Poppy, New officers were elected, with Kathy Koepsell as the new president. Others chosen were Beth Charles, vice president; Ronda Koepsell, secretary; Denise Eich, treasurer; Lea Gassman, chaplain; Lisa Miller, sergenant at arms; and Marilyn Eich, reporter. HONOR GRADUATE FEDORA — Relatives and friends of Mrs. Ernest Hubbart enjoyed a dinner at the Park Hotel following her graduation from Dakota Slate College, Madison. Those who attended included Ernest Hubbart, Mr. and .Mrs. Don Hubbart and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hubbart and family, Adeline Knutson of Rapid City; Mr. and Mrs. Tim Braunell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knutson and Mr. and M«. Al Knutson, ting. | to cook for and we don't haveischoolhouse. Auxiliary members Steve Mayes, assistant'b a c o n every morning, i j will also fix wreaths the same professor of art and workshop'separate four slices (two'afternoon at the Legion Hall, coordinator, said parents are Apiece) and put them .--->-,. .,, .....,„ in Mrs. Arvid Ettswold and Mrs. taken from the kiln, thrown in tak " e ' water," 11 extinguished During the week the students will have six hours of classes! June bride Mr. and Mrs. Philip Brilcs of Sisseton, former Mitchell residents announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janis to Douglas Hamm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hamm of Sisseton. Both are graduates of Sisseton High School. Miss Briles is a graduate of Dakota Wesleyan University and the Methodist School of Nursing in Mitchell. Her fiance attended the Northe Dakota State School of Science at Wahpeton. He is employed with (he EI s a g e r Plumbing and Heating Company of Aberdeen- A June 15 wedding is planned at the Grace Lutheran Church of Sissetoo. he packaes ou Lar vBunf rock Mrs. Neson « reo and deSt! then Norccn Peterson and Margie Pnuhers (he bacon fresh Virginia Moe was the only no b « co » is wa ' tedR P|l( ,, ffl Btln the P ° PPy P ° StCr . , Mr '- H - Pulal Contcst _ Edie a ' ear " el °' se: ' FRIDAY CLUB MEET lu , Arthur Cadieux all of SDSU's Recently my husband was ALPENA - Mrs. Ethel Art Department hospitalized and discovered the Bander was welcomed as a new In the evenings thev will hear cardboard denture containers member of the Friday Club at a gallery talk" on either the furnished often leaked. the May 17 meeting in the home Harvey Dunn collection of i While lying in bed he thought of Mrs. Oscar Hasz. Mrs. Hasz paintings, or on the Bicentennial 1 of using empty margarine and Mrs. Ben Huether Exhibition, The talk will be Containers. i conducted the program. Mrs. given by Joe Stuart, director Relatives of patients could ; Otto Winter gave a quiz. She of the South Dakota Memorial wash them out or bring in extra 'will host the next meeting June Art Center. containers and I'm sure they 21. Fred Btince, head of SDSU's --------------------------- ..................... ------------- " Art Department, will talk on 1 career opportunities in art, and Clare Denton, associate professor of speech, will present a film and lecture on filmmaking at SDSU. Interested ;jersons should send their names, addresses, year in school (fall 1974) sex and age to Mayes along with a $15 deposit. Students will be housed in campus dormitories, \ •»**•*•«*«%• *»•* i'HOTO and the cost of this will be f KllnjinfllflD FINISHING extra. AT THIS "MONEY SAVINGj SPECIAL! Corsica women elect officers CORSICA — The Crafty Crew Club members elected officers at their May meeting. Mrs. Mel Overweg is the new president; Mrs, Andy DeLange, vice president; Mrs. Kenneth Hoeksira, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Arnold Mulder, historian and Mrs. Marvin Vander Pol, reporter. Mrs. Vander Pol an r ' *'rs. Herbert Bultje gave the KODACOLOR 80*12 EXPOSURE ROLLS JUMBO $ "149 . | OR IL. PROCESSED WITH PRJNT5 QNtY.. HAPPY MEMORIES PRESERVED FOREVER AT 1/2 THE PRICE (20 EXPOSURE ROUS only $2.49) 35MM 20 EXPOSURE SHOES PROCESSED., .$1.39 8MM MOVIE FILM PROCESSED $1.39 ANY BUCK « WHITE KOU PROCESSED.. .44* THIS AD MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER FOB SPfCIAl OFFfg. NO LIMIT ON NUMBER OF ROUS, USE ANY ENVClOPi. BUSH T LACR il SSE FILM -SEW °" . IA CROSSE; WISCONSIN 54601

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