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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 4A The Cedar Sapldg GutUtl Sun.. May 26. 1974 Jefferson Graduation for 459 Tuesday The 1974 graduates of Jeffer- son high school will receive their diplomas in an 8 p.m. cer- emony Tuesday at Kingston sta- dium. Craig H. Currie, superin- tendent of the Cedar Rapids Community school district, will deliver the charge to the classes. Presenting diplomas to the 459 graduates will be school board members Robert Barber, H. Ed- ward Beatty, Lauree Gerber, Norman Upsky, Ronald Moore and Steve Sovern. In case of rain, the ceremony will be held in the Jefferson gymnasium. Named valedictorians for the class were Sharon Cross, Jackie King and Kevin Opheim. Salutatorians are S h e r y 1 Zacek and Diane Wilson. More than one student was chosen for each honor because of the small difference among their grade point averages. Those receiving diplomas are: David Jay Achenbach, Dwayne Bruce Ackman, De- borah Lea Adair, Rebecca Sue Allen, Kick Anthony Almirall, Dean Alan Ament, Joseph Lawrence Amling, Terry Lou Anderson, Tracy Lee Anderson, Jean McKiernan Andrews, Terri Lynn Arnold, Barry Alan Ash, Janis Kaye Astor, Judith Tlo Atwood, Loretta Lee Azinger, Debra Ann Baack, Jonl Louise Baird, Richard F. Baker, Kathryn Marie Eallou, Bruca Edward Barber, Debra Joyce Barber, Karl Photo by Tern Merrvman Valedictorians for Jeffer- inak, Gerald Dale Christcnscn, Jerald Dean, Christcoscn. De- borah Ann Christy. Karon Ann Clark, Vicki Lou Clark. Audrey Lynn Clilton, Paul David Cook Rebecca Joann Cook, William Ray Cook, Anna Marie Cooncy Kathleen Marie Coppess, Julie Kay Coppock, Douglas Vaughn Corporou, Michael Robert Cou- tentos, Deborah Jo Covington, Connie Sue Craig. Robin Diane Crooks, Sharon Kay Cross, Diana Lynn Curfman. Kathleen Louise Danchy, David Early Daniels. Catherine Colleen Dougherty, Mark Anthony Daugherty, Julie Ann Davenport, George Alex David, jr., Theresa Kay David, Edward James Davidson, Ken Alan Da- vidson, Timothy Lee Davis, David Lavem Davisson, Dawn Lynn Dayton, Debra Irene Deason, William Ray Dennis, Clinton Kim Dessenko, Gary Edward Detert, Rick Lee De- Witte, Debra Diann Diamond, Steven Jeffery Dickon, Larry Jay Dierks, Vernon Allen Dochterman, Marvin James Donaldson, jr., Jeffrey Thomas Doonan, Judith Ann Dorland, Mark Tracey Doudney, Theresa Colleen Doyle, Jay Alan Duen- ow, Corinne Marie Duffy, Mark Allen Dukes, Gwen Georgine Dvorak, Helen Marie Dvorak, Teresa Jo Dvorak. Ron Richard Earnest, Eich- ard Alan Ebsen, Stephen Ebscn, Denise Lore Edwards, Debbie Jean Ehresmann, Amy Johanna Eichacker, Ronald James Elgas, Stephen Mark Ellestad, Sandra Kay Elmer, Vicki Lyn Elson, Vicki Ann Engel, Ann Marie Englert, Lynn Marie Fattig, James Deane Fennern, Mary Agnes Fiala, Jodi Rai Fisher, Bard. Steven Edward Barker, Andrew son high school's (graduating Karen Lynn Fisher, Scott Allen this vear are these Fleming, Barbara Ann Folkers, VJI.EVEH H I Pamela Jo Freeman, David Charlotte Kay Barlow, William three, all with near-perfect Linn French, Leon Albert Fritz, Jack Barnes, jr., Bruce Allen averaaes With Carrie Hose Fulton, Paul Rab- Bascom, Dana Kay Baughman, PU1MI ert Funke, SusanKalFye. Craig Alan Beadle, Karen Sue 4.0 being straight A. From Hickia Dean Gail, H. ,Kate-o the top are Kevin Opheim Ruth Arm Becker, Randy Jay r Benesh, Shelly Lynn Benford, of 1200 !Sioux drive .NW, Scott Anthony Gilbert, Robert Alanda LeAnn Bentrim, Bruce 3040. of 1816 James Gilmer, Mary Veronica Neal Benyshek, Douglas Lee y iworia Berggren, Loren Charles Chandler street SW, 3.951, Betzer, Gary Lynn Bishop Ro- and sharon Cross of 2419 maula Dean BlanniK, Dean Warren Blanchard, Steven Second street SW, 3.957. I Stephen Craig _Haferbecker, Everette Boardman, Dave Jerry Bonsall, Teresa Carol Booth, Roberta Mae Bosler, Keith Ray Bosteder, Richard Russell Bou- zek. Randy Dean Bowers, Richard Lee Bowman, Debra Lynn Boyd, Bradley Dean Boyer, Terry Kevin Brandon, Debra Sue Brandt, Richard Wayne Briggs, Beth Ann Bronsema, Stephanie Haa Buck, Larry An- Goracy, Cathy Marie Graham, Laurie Ann Graham, Gregg Alan Greaser, Dennis Wynn Grisson, Patricia Jean Groat, Judith Marie Hahn, Denise drew Buehler, Charlene Marie Buelow, Kathy Lynn Buker, Bradley Stuart Burgess, Hex Roy Burns, Traci Lee Butcher, Rebecca D. Butler, Cindy L. Campbell. Greta Leanne Carl, Cynthia Lynn Carlisle, Ronald Warren Carney, Wendy Kay Carpenter, James Frank Cerveny, Jeffrey Alan Chapin, Patti Kay Cher- Armed Forces Easf lowans Gef Awards' 15 Persons Enlisf in Army Richard Luse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fran Luse, 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marion, was promoted to dental technician third class by the navy in Orlando, Fla. Army Private 'First Class Roger Switzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Switzer, Atkins, given a safety award while serving in Germany. He re- ceived the award for safe driv- ing. Army Spec. 4 David Landt, son of Mrs. LaVonne Mabb, Postville, was awarded a letter of commendation while serving in Erlangen, Germany. He earned the commendation as a driver. Air Force Second Lt. Neil Ka- cena, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Kacena, received his pilot wings at Columbus ah- force base, Miss. He will be stationed atj Luke ah" force base, Ariz. The following are home on leave: Navy HM3 Jennifer McCord and RM2 Laurie Tucker, daugh- ters of Mr. and Mrs. George McCord, 1142 Twenty-eighth street SE. Miss McCord is enroute to Portsmith, Va., and Miss Tucker to Puerto Rico. Navy 'FR David Grissom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gris- som, 221 Thirteenth street NW, is home for 14 days from San Francisco. Navy SR Steven Van Hoe, son of Marilyn Van Hoe, 1417 Thirty-eighth street SE, is home for 14 days from Great Lakes, 111. Marine Pvt. Greg Abernathy, son of Mrs. Gilbert Bell, 1626 First street SW, and Gerald Abernathy, Garwin, was home for 10 days from San Diego, Calif., enroute to Twentynine Palms, Calif. The following enlisted in the army: Sylvia Mally, 1328 Third street NW; Patricia Wallin, 1631 Park Towne court NE; Alan Jones, 319% Third street SE; Randy Chavez, 1437 Thirtieth street SE; Carolyn Colson, 468 Twentieth street, Marion; Randy Roney, 111 Tenth street NE; Randy Hovey, 1000 West Tenth street Marion; Marietta Dudley, Cen- tral City; Herbert Carson, Ana- mosa; David Fielstol, Greeley; Michael Meese, Strawberry Point; Thomas Rose, Hopkin- Kelley, Rhonda Jean Kelsey." ton, Paul Petersen, Manchester, and Russell Ford, Marion. Marie Hamilton, Rodney Ron- ald Hangartner, LeHoy Edward Hanson, Francis Joseph Han- zelka, Debra Ann Harper, Jac- queline Sue Harris, Judith Ann Hartson. David Wayne Haughenbury, Connie Hauskins, Deborah Jean Hauskins, Jeffrey Lynn Hawk, Gregory Frank Hayslett, San- dra Lee Heaton, Peggy Ann Hedlund, Duane Robert Heldt, Bart H. Hemesath, Jeffrey Lee Hendricks, Kathy Kay Heh- drickson, Deborah Lynn Hen- nings, Debra Lee Hensch, Sharon Kay Hess, Steven Ray Heyer, GaiUynn Jeannette Hill, Lynn Hillmer, Cheryl Jean Hiner, Donald Harold Hittenmiller. Mark Lee Hixson, Gail Lynn Donald Stanley How- ard, jr., William Davis Hoy, Michael Jerald Hruby, Joyce Ann Huelsman, Joyce Lyn- nette Hunt, Paul M. Hunt, Ran- dall Sherman Hunt, David Kol- da Huston, Cassim John Alan Uten, Peggy Lee Jacob- sen, Peggy Lynn Jacobsen. Rebecca Sue Jagerson, James J. Jandl, don Loren Jelinek, Peggy Rose Johnson, Susan Kay Johnson, Joel Anthony Jones, Kimber Ann Jones, Ste- ven Richard Jones, DeVonne Gail Josifek, Ninette Naomi June, William Russell Kahler, Loren Dennis Kalina, Christie Ann Kamaus, Cynthia Marilyn Jon Kevin Klein. LaRetta Esther Ktith. Gary Allaa Kohl, Veriiou Eugene Kohl, Douglas Ray Kohoutck, Jeanne Elaine Kopeeky, Gregg Alien Koss, Cynthia Joan Kottman, Samia Koudsi, Jack Lloyd Kramer. .Linda Lea Krolm, Debra Ann Krugcr. Barbara Joyce Kuenzi, Gary Robert KupJcr, Kathleen Marie Latlcr, Douglas Wayne Lagerquist, Sally Jo Lagerquist, Deborah Lynn Lamb, James Allen Lnnduyt. Franklin Greg Lane, Vickie Louise Lane, Janes Creath Lash, Thresa Ann LeClere, Edward Wayne Leh- man, Douglas Brian Leonhardt. Brian James Lesmeister, Douglas A. Lester, Lanette Lynn Lewis, Sherry Anne Lin- deman, Stephen William Lind- sey, Cynthia Luanne Linscheid, Audrey Lou Loeschen, Barbara Ann Lodge, Bradley Jay Lo- wery, Kurt Robert Lubbock, Richard Duane Lueders, Pa- tricia Joy Lumlcy. Marcia Jean Madlock, Philip Clair Maher, Cynthia Lou Ma- kinstDr, Steven J. Malloy, Rob- ert Carl Manson, Vicki Lynn Manta, Rodney M. Martens, Thomas E. Martens, Eugene Patrick Maudsley, Patrick Jo- seph Mclnerney, Donald Dee McKinney, Lori Jo MeLellan, Scolt Loy MeMillcn. David Allen Mefferd, David A. Mciner, Susan Ann Melver, Jillcnc Sue Marklin, Daniel William Merrifield, Richard Edward Mcrrilt. Douglas S. Meyer, Martin Thomas I.lcyc-r, Ronald Ralph Meyer, Roberta Kay Michel, Clara Dorothy Miller, Leo Joseph Miller. ..Vicki Ann Miller, Virginia Ann Miller, John Gail Mitchell, LuAnn Lynn Molitor, Peggy Lee Moneypenny, Rhonda Faye Moody, Brian Lee Moore, Susan Marie Morris, Michael James Nortland, Debra Kay Moss, Tony Michael Moyer, John Frederick Mueller, Mark Steven Mueller, George Leon- ard Mulholland, Deena Marie Murdock. Colleen Ann Murray, Susan Ann Naaktgeboren, Donald Douglas Nance, Jeffrey :Lynn Neal, Audrey Louise Nelson, Robert Allen Netolicky, Pa- tricia Colleen Newcomb, Grace M. Noel, Debra Lynn Norden, Gary Wayne Novak, Edith May Numedahl, Linda Leah Nye, Christie Lynn Olive, Kevin Lee Opheim, Carolyn A. Oster. Dennis James Panosh, Peggy Ann Cooper Panosh, Robert Douglas Pennington, Diane Marie Perkins, James Paul Perry, Ramona Gayle Peters, Mark Stanley Pfaltzgraff, Deb- ra Jean Phelps, James D. Po- pelka, David Wayne Trignitz, Christina Mary Procok, Janet Leigh Punke, Pamela Kay Pur- ington. Roger Craig Kelsey, Linda Lee Kesselring, Jackie Lynn King, Rebecca Jean Kintzel, Shoemaker, Richard Alan Shoemaker, Cathy Lyou ShuU, Stephanie Jo Sielkcn. James Stuart Skalbcrg, Susan Leslie Skalsky, Herbert K. Skarbek, Terry Paul Smejkal, Diana Lee Smith. Jeanne Aim Smith, Julie Pauline Smith, Sterling M. Smith, Regina Leigh Sue 11, Denise Ann Snyder, Jerry Lee Sclem, Sandra Kaye Sorenson, Mose Sparks, Debra Ann Speer, Donald James Spilman, Sara Lynn Steele, Kathy Marie Stejskal, Linda Suzanne Ste- vens, Wayne Ellis Stewart, Guy L. Stoecker, Deborah Ann Strehle. Cynthia Louise Strong, Theresa Anne Sturgeon, Mary Rao Sturtz, Mark J. Suma, Jeryl Lynn Sumner, Gary Lee S v e s t k a, Sueann Svestka, Walter Read Swain, Tony Hay Sykora, Sandra Kay Taylor, Dennis Lee Tebbe, Jodie Lynn Tefer, Debra Sue Templer, Mary Thoman, Janet Ellen Thompson, Julie Louise Thompson, Sandra Ehrman Thompson. Wendy Sue Thompson, Clay- ton T. Tilton, Jennifer Jo Tish, William B. Tomkins, Joseph Edward Townsend, Linda Marie Townsend, Pamela Sue fTrask. Michael Lynn Trosky, Deborah Sue Tschopp. Diane Lynn UlhoH, Jeffrey Paul Vandercock. Mary Beth Van Etten. Dixie Kay Van- Gampleare, James Dean Van Charles J. Seda, chairman of the Combined Federal Cam- paign Committee has appointed Trudie Stambaugh chairwoman of the 1074 Linn Orsdale. Kimberly Ann Van Steen- huysc, Carol Lynn VanWocrt, Catherine Ann VanWocrt. Paul Allen Viktora, Gary Joseph Vitlengl, Gail I. Wade, Rcnce Marie Wagner, Bradley Rich- ard Walderbach, Stuart James Walker, Wayne Oliver Walk- ner, Linda K. Wall, Terry Lee Wallace, Kevin Scott Wasson, Colette Jean Waychoff, Kerry Mohr Weaver. Michelle Lynn Welsh, Dawn Rene Wentzel, Robin Irene Wesbrook, Rosanne Ruth Wes- ton, Rebecca Jane Wethcrill, Vaude Dennis Wilford, Mark Allen Williams, Melo Dec Wil- liams, Robert Everett Williams, Kathy Lynn Williamson, Susan Kay Williamson, Debra Lynne Wilson, Diane Louise Wilson, Rhonda Floy Wilson, Randy Alan Wise, Michael D. Wise- hart. Steven John Witmer, Dee Dee Zane Wong, Jeff L. Wood- ward, Susan Gayle Young, Sheryl Ann Zacek, Julie May Zamastil, Debra Rae Zitek. Federal Drive Post to Woman Trudie County Combined 1'ederal cam- Stambaugh paign. She is chief, administra- tive services division, DCASO (Defense Contract Administra- tion Services office) in Cedar Rapids. ____________- Scda said, "Tnidie Stain- baugh was chairman for (lie DCASO employe campaign last year. She demonstrated her ability as a leader and an ef- fective organizer. Her division reported over IW% of their previous year's performance. She will do an outstanding job among the federal I employes tliis year." Trudie is a 19G3 graduate of Iowa Valley Community high school and the Personnel Train- ing institute at Omaha in 19G4. Sho has been a DCASO em- ploye since 19G4. She resides in Walford with her husband, George, and a daughter, Con- nie Jo. Seda said, "CFC is the once- a-year solicitation of federal employes for all the voluntary health, welfare and group serv- ice agencies in the community. CKC combines in one single campaign all the agencies in the United Way campaign, the national health agencies, includ- ing heart and cancer; and the international service agencies, including Project Hope. It is much more effective than the multiplicity of single campaigns which used to be conducted, al- most on a continuous basis, among federal employes before The CFC campaign will be conducted in cooperation with the United Way Campaign this year, from Oct. 1 through Nov. 1. Randall Hay Halston, Michael Jee Ramsey, Diane Christine Jay, Linda Kay Reardon, Carla Jane Reck, James Edward lehak, Kim Lea Rich, Randy Lee Richmond, William Vance Richmond, Susan Ann Riley, Scotta Lynne Ritchie, Linda Marie Ritenour, Lcanne Rae Robertson, John Vernon Ro- carek, Mark Alan Rodemeyer. Ronald C. Roethlisberger, Jeftery Jack Rowray, Jill Elene Russell, Mary Thomas Salyars, Sidney J. Sampson, Pamela Hoy Sandersteld, Glen Anthony Sasek, Suzanne G. Sasek, Scott Alan Schamberger, Patricia Jane Scheel, James Russell Schlottelt, Rodney Lee Schlot- felt, Ang elette Kay Carol Schneider, Mary 'Jo Schneider. Sandra Kay Schreiber, Mar- garet A. Schuler, Steven Mi- chael Schulte, Janet Ruth Scott, Katliy Lynn Scott, Michael Vaughn Scovel, Robin L. Sea- ton, Jeffrey Alan Seber, Jean Marie Selinger, Teri Irene Sheible. Larry Eugene Shelley, Mark Henry Shelton, Gayle Ann Calhoun Cited Essence Of a Free Government In 1835, Sen. John C. 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