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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 Eastern Iowans Are Awarded Degrees from UNI  CEDAR FALLS - East Iowans receiving degrees included:  Anamosa — Meredith Fayram, BA in women’s phys! cal education, teaching; Christine Hackett, BA in elementary education, reading, teaching; Rebecca Tonne, BA, home economics, vocational, teaching.  Arlington — Connie Johnson, BA in women’s physical education, teaching.  Calmar — Daniel Bolgren, BA in science; Claudette Ean, BA in elementary education, special, mental retardation, teaching; Kenneth Ehler, BA in business education, general, teaching; Loren Frana, BA in social science, teaching.  Cascade — Allan Knepper, BA in psychology.  Belle Plaine — Richard Franklin, BA in English, teaching; Jeanie Truelsen, BA in el-emcntary education, lower, teaching.  Blairstown—Frederick Hartz, BA in science.  Brooklyn — Robert Van Ers-volde, BA in biology; Donna Bush, BA in English teaching.  Buckingh am — Susan Jerome, BA in chemistry and science, teaching; Kurt Pritchard, IBA in art, teaching.  Cedar Rapids — Timothy Balvanz, BA in men’s physical education and health, teaching; Robert Banse, BA in accounting; Diana Bock, BA in early childhood education, teaching; Linda Carano, BA in early childhood education, teaching; John Carey, BA in speech; Colleen Cummings, BA in ele-me n t a r y education, lower, teaching;  William Currell, BA in history; Kathryn Edgerly, BA in junior high school education, teaching; Vecca Ernst, BA in elementary education, lower, teaching; Joan Fitzsimmons, BA in elementary education, lower; Lonnie Franks, BA in mathematics; Patricia Garrett, BA in art, teaching; Leo Green, MA in industrial arts; Barbara Hiner, BA in elementary education, upper, teaching;  Kathleen Hogan, BA in mathematics, teaching; Susan Jones, BA in home economics, vocational, teaching; Wendy Kimm, BA in elementary education, lower, teaching; Stephen King, BA in business management; Janelle Lyon, BA in art, teaching; Paula Mahuran, BA in psychology; Diane Marshall, BA in French, teaching; Linda Nelson, BA in social work, sociology; Christine O’Connor, BA in elementary education, special, mental retardation, teaching; Paula Oliphant, BA in social work, sociology; Jane Parker, BA in French, teaching; Barbara Purdy, BA in elc-m e n t a r y education, lower, teaching; Robert Rowe, BA in social work, sociology; Kim Reed, BA in elementary education, upper, teaching; Eileen Samck, BA in elementary education, upper, teaching; Gary! Samek, BA in business man-; agement;  Dennis Schott, BA in men’s physical education land health, teaching; Patricia Scott, BA in history and English, teaching; Marsha Story, BA in English, teaching; Michael Van Cura, BA in sociology; Pamela Vandercook, BA In elementary education, lower, teaching;  Gail Vanous, BA in art, teaching; Sharon Wade, BA in speech; Janet Wegner, BA in home economics in business, clothing and textiles; Steven Young, BA in English, teach-speech; Janet Wegner, BA in speech, teaching; Sharon Leonard, BA in home economics in business, clothing and textiles; Sharon Ryan, BA in accounting.  Center Point Neil Dufoe, BA in geography.  Clutier — Joleen Caslavka, BA in home economics, business, clothing and textiles.  Coralville — Dekorra Barker, BA in Spanish, teaching.  Decorah — William Baker, MA in education, special education; Phyllis Branae, BA in elementary education, reading, teaching, Robert Dow, BA in accounting; Kathleen Drew, BA in mathematics and home economics, teaching; Michael Ger-leman, BA in men's physical  education and health, teaching; Debra II a I verso n, BA in women’s physical education, teaching; Kathleen McConnell, BA in home economics, vocational, teaching; Donna Rice, BA in early childhood education, teaching; Joan Soland, BA in women’s physical education, teaching; Ardys Sorum, BA in home economics, vocational, teaching.  Dundee — James Stewart, BA in history.  Dyersville — Ann Griffin, BA in early childhood education, teaching; James Kronlage, BA in art, teaching; David Lueck, BA in history; Mary Petsche, BA in Spanish and English and English as a foreign language, teaching; Bonnie Potter, BA in early childhood education, teaching; Randolph Etscheidt, BA in men’s physical education and mental health, teaching.  Dysart — Richard Boies, BA in men’s physical education, teaching; Donna Bull, BA in .sociology; Teresa Bull, BA in sociology, teaching;  Earlville — Sharon Phillips, BA in women’s physical education, teaching.  Elberon — Jean Vavroch, BA  in elementary education, upper, teaching.  Elgin — Janice Woods, BA in English, teaching.  Elkader — Susan Frick, BA in elementary education, special, mental retardation, teaching.  Fairfax — Steven Shaffer, BA in speech.  Fayette — Susan Lamias, BA in social work, sociology.  Fort Atkinson — Mary OU, BA in English, teaching; Thomas Schmitt, BA in accounting; Gary Wenthold, BA in mathematics, teaching.  Fredericksburg — Carol Lamka, BA in lower elementary education, teaching.  Garrison — Rita Berendes, BA in speech.  Greeley — Gerald Schmidt, BA in accounting; Dennis Schultz, BA in business management and economics; Ann Marie Siegel, BA in junior high school education, teaching.  Guttenberg — Peggy Jo Remit/, BA in elementary education, upper, teaching.  Hawkeye — Willona Graham, BA in history; Linda Granneman, BA in accounting; Janet Parker, BA in women’s physical education, teaching.  Hiawatha — Carla Pisel, BA  >'  Election Summary  By United Press International  Here is a list of the candidates in Tuesday’s major primary election races in Iowa: Governor Republican: Robert Ray. Democrat: William Gannon, Clark Rasmussen, Jim Schaben.  Lt. Governor Republican: Arthur Neu. Democrat: William Palmer, Charles Miller.  Agriculture Secretary Republican: Robert Lo u n s berry. , i Democrat: Francis York.  State Auditor Republican: Lloyd Smith. Democrat: Harold Forret.  State Treasurer Republican:    Maurice Bar-  ingcr.  Democrat: George Erickson, Daniel Ftizgerald.  Secretary of State Republican: Melvin Synhorst. Democrat: Cloyd Robinson.  Attorney General Republican: Richard Turner. Democrat:    Thomas    Miller,  James Reynolds, Richard Hermann.  U. S. Senate  Republican: David Stanley, George Milligan.  Democrat: John Culver.  1st District Congress  Republican: James Leach. Democrat: Ed Mezvinsky.  2nd District Congress  Republican:    Michael Feld,  Tom Riley.  Democrat:    Martin    Jensen,  Harry Sullivan, Michael Blouin, C. J. Adams.  3rd District Congress  Republican: Bart Schwieger, John Williams, Charles Grass-ley, Charlene Conklin, Robert  Case.  Democrat: Hon Masters, Jim Skaine, Stephen Kapp' (Nicholas Johnson.  4th District Congress  Republican: Chuck Dick. Democrat: Neal Smith.  5th District Congress  Republican: Bill Scherlc. Democrat: Thomas llarkin.  6th District Congress  Republican: Wiley Mayne. Democrat: Berkley Bedell.  Political Advertisement  Political Advertisement  Politico! Advertisement  VOTE FOR  EUGENE J.  KOPECKY  FOR  LINN COUNTY  JUNE 4TH  PRIMARY ELECTION  VOTE! VOTE!  Paid for by the Committee To Elect Kopecky Linn County Attorney — Pinkie Primrose and Tom Shea, Co-Chrni.  In elementary education, special, mental retardation, teaching.  Hopkinton June Hunt, BA in elementary education, lower, teaching; Kathleen Smith, BA in art, teaching.  Independence — Mary K. Bagge, BA in social work, sociology, home economics; Cathryn Barth, BA In home economics in business, food and nutrition; Mary Donlea, BA in men’s physical education, leaching; Charles Driscoll, MA in education, secondary principal; James Hall, BA in sociology; Janet Hall, BA in social work, social psychology; Jill Mason, BA in home economics in business, clothing and textiles and housing and interior design; Patricia Nosek, MA in art; Nancy Roberts, MA in speech pathology; Cheryl Steward, BA in English, teaching.  Iowa City — Dale Lacina, BA in industrial arts, teaching; Mark Suiter, BA in science.  Keota — Ronald Nobel, BA in industrial arts, teaching; Darlene Peifer, BA in elementary education, lower, teaching; Cynthia Statler, BA in home economics, vocational, teaching.  Keystone — Robert Good, BA in biology; Susan Smith, BA in elementary education, lower, teaching.  Ladora — Keith Dietrich, BA in mathematics, teaching.  Lamont — Teresa Nennig, BA in home economics, vocational, teaching.  Lansing — Shirley Dyb, BA in elementary education, special, mental retardation, teaching.  Lost Nation — Judith McAn-drew, BA in lower elementary education, teaching.  Lowden — Cheryl Eichel-berger, BA, in elementary education, special, mental retardation and emotionally maladjusted, teaching.  Luzerne — James Vileta, BA in history, teaching.  Manchester — Linda Colson, BA in Spanish, teaching; Nancy File, BA in junior high school education, teaching; Shirley Nodurft, BA in business education, secretarial, teaching; Karla Rossow, BA in art, teaching; Christine Seibert, BA in art, teaching; James Stefl, BA in speech, teaching; Dennis Thole, BA in history, teaching; Mary Werner, BA in business management; Duane Vermazen, BA in social science, teaching.^  Marengo — Frank Cooney, BA in men’s physical education, teaching; Steve Heller, BA in biology; Richard Landuyt, BA in art, teaching; Stephanie Pexa, BA in junior high school education, teaching; Dennis Rathjen, BA in business management.  Marion — James Davis, BA in business management; John Parks, BA in geology; Patricia Schabo, BA in history, teaching.  Political Advertisement  Monticello — Michael De Sousa, BA in speech, teaching; Marilyn Marie nsen, BA in music, flute, teaching; Debra Schlimmer, BA in early childhood education, teaching; Beverly Schneiter, BA in speech, teaching; Patrick Soh wen-dinger, BA in elementary education, upper, teaching; Janice Sedlacek, MA in education, elementary education; Lance Yeoman, BA in industrial arts, teaching.  Mt. Vernon - - Julie Gunn, BA in elementary education, lower, teaching; Dean Tcsar, BA in physics.  North English — Roseann Agnew, BA in art, teaching.  North Liberty — Kenneth Cook, BA in business management.  Oelwein — Robert Christensen, BA in art, teaching; Diane Kingdon, BA in elementary education, lower, teaching; Lois Warnke, BA in elementary education, lower, teaching.  Olin — Kirk Meyer, BA in marketing.  Onslow - Gregory Von Spreecken, BA in history, teaching.  Ossian — Belvina Schwine fus, BA in women’s physical education, teaching.  Oxford — Katherine Brack, BA in English, teaching.  Oxford Junction — Richard Bcnhart, BA in business management; Ronald Benhart, BA in industrial arts.  Ridgeway — Patricia Puffer, BA in home economics, business, food and nutrition.  Riverside — James Gerot, BA in industrial arts, teaching; Michael Latta, BA in accounting; Shirley Luers, BA in Spanish, teaching; Marie Strabala, BA in home economics, vocational, teaching.  Ryan — Michael Sauser, BA in business management.  Sigourney — Jerald Kas-tengren, BA in political science; Steven Shirk, BA in industrial arts, teaching; Nancy Voltmcr, BA in English, teaching.  Solon — Elaine Brumwell, BA in early childhood education, teaching; Cindy Menefce, BA in social work, sociology; Anna Studt, BA in mathematics, teaching.  Spillville — Emily Klimesh, BA in women’s physical education; Jerry Kelley, BA in sociology; Phyllis Mercer, BA in lower elementary education, teaching; Charlene Randall, BA in elementary education, upper, teaching; Robert Zeller, BA history, teaching.  Story City — Sonja Lee, BA in lower elementary education, teaching.  Swisher — Margaret Reyman, BA in home economics, business, housing and interior design; Randall Reyman, BA in music, trumpet.  Tama — William Barket, BA in political science; Patricia Clark. BA in elementary edu-  Polilical Advertisement  cation, reading, teaching; Douglas Konicek, BA in art, teaching; Susan Kupka, BA in music, voice, teaching; Paula Navara, BA in biology.  Tipton — Marlyn Freese, BA in biology; Don Ford, BA in men’s physical, education and health, teaching; Kathie Hartig, BA in elementary education, lower, teaching; Todd Hummel, BA in biology; Elizabeth Wehde, BA in music, piano, teaching.  Toddville - Forrest Lofton, BA in industrial arts, teaching.  Toledo — Marcia Bro, BA in speech, teaching; Gary Hruby, BA in marketing; Darlene Neit-zel, BA in lower elementary education, teaching; Leu Ann Schafer, BA in art, teaching.  Traer — Kathryn Brady, BA in elementary education, lower, teaching; Constance Claussen, BA in elementary education, special, mental retardation, teaching; Ramona Hall, BA in office administration; Robert Himschoot, BA in business management and accounting; Craig Wignall, BA in elementary education, upper, teaching.  Van Horne — Scotta Kelly, BA in Spanish and English as a foreign language, teaching; Kathryn Miller, BA in home economics in business, clothing and textiles.  Wadena — Colleen Erickson, BA in home economics, vocational, teaching; Susan Johnson, BA in English.  Walford Jane Sankot, BA In elementary education, lower teaching.  Walker - Mary Tictgc BA in mathematics, teaching.  Waukon — Rebecca Kerndt BA in elementary education, upper teaching; Cathy Peake BA in elementary education lower, teaching.  Wellman — Daniel Eash BA in physics and mathematics; Dennis Miller BA in chemistry; Linda Potsander BA in clem e n t a r y education, lower, teaching; Willis Sevcrt BA in music, baritone horn, teaching.  West Union — Janice Crandall BA in elementary education, lower, teaching; Rebecca Radcmaker, BA in women’s physical education, teaching; Richard Swale MA in art.  Williamsburg — Susan Eckhart, BA in elementary education, lower, teaching; John Moeller BA in business management.  Winthrop — Richard Higgins jr., BA in business management.  Wyoming — Karen Bruns-cheen, BA in music, trumpet, teaching; Grog Towers, BA in elementary education, upper, teaching.  ' Political Advertisement  Political Advertisement  ELECT  Loren L. Capron  Democrat  LINN  COUNTY  SUPERVISOR  June 4th Primary Election  A Constant and Concerned Participant of County Government  Paid for by th* Commie*# to El*<t lor*n Capron. Anna Sopor, Chairp*rion  Political Advertisement  Politicot Advertisement  SENATOR  HODGE  MILLIGAN  REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE UNITED STATES SENATE 74  VOTE JUNE 4  t’did tor by Milligan for U.S. Senate Committee, Stephen W. Roberts, Chairman.  Des Moines, Herbert Pike, Whiting, Co-Chairman, Jane Eastln, Davenport, Co-Chairman.  550 39th Street Des Moines, Iowa 50312  » J  ATTORNEY  Gene & Sally Kopecky and their children Chris, Elizabeth, Kathy & Jonathan  DEMOCRAT QUALIFIED  BY  EXPERIENCE  FAIR  CAPABLE  EFFICIENT  COURTEOUS  UNDERSTANDING   

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