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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., June 3, 1974 Eastern lowans Are Awarded Degrees from UNI CEDAU KAIXS East Io- wajis receiving degrees includ- ed: A n a m o s a MereditH Fayram, HA in women's physi- cal education, teaching; Chris- tine Hackett, BA in elementary education, reading, teaeliing; Rebecca Tonne, BA, home eco- nomics, vocational, teaching. Arlington Connie Johnson, BA in women's physical educa- tion, 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; Lorcn Frana, BA in social science, teaching. Cascade Allan Knepper, BA in psychology. Bello Plaine Richard Franklin, BA in English, teach- ing; Jeanie Truclsen, BA in el- c m e n t a r y' education, lower, teaching. llartz, BA in science. Brooklyn Robert Van Ers- velde, BA in biology; Donna Bush, BA in English teaching. Bucking h am Susan Jerome, BA in chemistry and science, teaching; Kurt Prit- chard, BA in art, teaching. Cedar Rapids Timothy Balvanz. BA in men's physical education and health, teaching; Robert Banse, BA in account- ing; 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- ment a r y education, lower, teaeliing; WiUiam Currell, BA in histo- ry; 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 edu- cation, upper, teaching; Kathleen H o g a n, BA mathematics, teaching; Susan Jones, BA in home economics, vocational, teaching; Wendy Kimm, BA in elementary edu- cation, lower, teaching; Stephen King, BA in business manage- ment; Janelle Lyon, BA in art, teaching; Paula Mahuran, BA in psychology; Diane Marshall, BA in French, teaching; Linda Nelson, BA in social work, soci- ology; Christine O'Connor, BA in elementary education, spe- cial, mental retardation, teach- ing; Paula Oliphant, BA in so- cial work, sociology; Jane Parker, BA in French, teach- ing; Barbara Purdy, BA in ele- m e n t a r y education, lower, teaching; Eobert Rowe, BA in social work, sociology; Kim Reed, BA in elementary educa- tion, upper, teaching; Eileen Samek, BA in elementary edu- cation, upper, teaching; Gary Samek, BA in business man- agement; Dennis Kchott, BA in men's physical education imd health, PatiitUt Scott, EA In nistory ami English, Marsha Stary, JiA in English, Leaching; Michael Van Cura, liA in sociology; Pamela Van- dercpok, BA in elementary ed- ucation, lower, teaching; Gail Vanous, BA in art, teaching; Sharon Wade, BA in speech; Janet Wegner, BA in liome economics in business, clothing and textiles; Steven Young, BA in English, teach- speech; Janet Wegner, BA in speech, teaching; Sharon Leon- ard, BA in home economics in business, clothing and textiles; Sharon Ryan, BA in account- ing. Center Point Neil Dufoe, BA in geography. duller Joleen Caslavka, BA in home economics, busi- ness, clothing and textiles. Coralville Deborra Barker, BA in Spanish, teaching. Decorah William Baker, MA in education, special edu- cation; Phyllis Branae, BA in elementary education, reading, teaching; Robert Dow, BA in accounting; Kathleen Drew, BA in mathematics and home eco- nomics, teaching; Michael Ger- leman, BA in men's physical education and health, teaching; in vlviiii-ntury education, elementary education, Michael cation, reading, teaching; Doug-! Wadena Colleen Erickson, Fayettf Susan BA Cathryn teaching. Dundee James Stewart, BA in history. Dycrsvillc Ann Griffin, BA in early childhood educa- tion, teaching; Jnmes Kronlage, HA in act, teaching; David Lucck, BA in history; Mary Pctsche, English BA and in Spanish 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 educa- tion, teaching. Elberon Jean Vavroch, BA in social work, sociology. Fort Atkinson Mary Ott, BA in English, teaching; Thom- as Schmitt, BA in accounting; Gary Wenthold, HA in mathe- matics, teaching. Frederlcksburg Carol Lamka, BA in lower elementa- ry education, teaching. Garrison BA in speech. Rita Bcrcndcs, Greclcy Gerald Schmidt, BA in accounting; Dennis Schultz, BA in business man- agement and economics; Ann Marie Siegel, BA in junior high school education, teaching. Guttenberg Peggy Jo Reinitz, BA in elementary ed- ucation, upper, teaching. Ilawkcyo Willona Gra- ham, 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 Louns berry. I Democrat: Francis York. State Auditor Republican: Lloyd Smith. Democrat: Harold Forret. State Treasurer Republican: Maurice Bar- inger. 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 Her- mann. 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 Fold, Tom Riley. Democrat: Martin Jensen, Harry Sullivan, Michael Blouin, C. J. Adams. 3rd District Congress Republican: Bart Schwieger, John Williams, Charles Grass- ley, Charleno Conklin, Robert Case. Democrat: Ron Masters, Jim Skaine, Stephen Nicholas Johnson. 4th District Congress Republican: Chuck Dick. Democrat: Neal Smith. 5th District Congress Republican: Bill Scherle. Democrat: Thomas Harkin. 6th District Congress Republican: Wiley Mayne. Democrat: Berkley Bedell. Political Advertisement Political Advertisement Political Advertisement VOTE FOR EUGENE J. KOPECKY FOR LINN COUNTY ATTORNEY DEMOCRAT QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE FAIR CAPABLE EFFICIENT COURTEOUS UNDERSTANDING JUNE 4TH PRIMARY ELECTION VOTE! VOTE! Gene Sally Kopecky and their children Chris, Elizabeth, Kathy Jonathan 3A in industrial arts, teaching; Mark Suiter, BA in science. Kcola Ronald Nebcl, BA n industrial arts, teaching; )arlene Peifcr, BA in clemcn- ary education, lower, teaching; Cynthia Statlcr, BA in home economics, voeational, teaching. Keystone Robert Good, 2A in biology; Susan Smith, 3A in elementary education, ower, teaching. Ladora Keith Dietrich, BA n mathematics, teaching. Lamont Teresa Ncnnig, 3A in home economics, voca- ional, teaching. Lansing Shirley Dyb, BA n elementary education, spe- mental retardation, leadi- ng. Lost Nation Judith McAn- drcw, BA in lower elementary education, teaching. Lowden Cheryl Eichel- >erger, BA, in elementary edu- cation, special, mental retarda- .ion and emotionally malad- usled, teaching. Luzerne James Vileta, BA n history, leaching. Manchester Linda Cole- conomics in business, food and utrition; Mary Donlea, BA in I jen's physical education, leadi- ng; Charles Driscoll, MA in ducation, secondary principal; amcs Hall, BA in sociology; anet Hall, BA in social work, ocial psychology; Jill Mason, 1A in home economics in busi- tess, clothing and textiles and lousing and inlerior design; 'atricia Nosck, MA in art; iancy Roberts, MA in spcceh 'athology; Cheryl Steward, BA rncntary education; Lance Yeo- man, BA in industrial teaching. BA in arts, Wohdc, I teaching bi o To g y Elizabeth BA in music, piano, n English, teaching. Iowa City Dale Lacinn, Mt. Vcrnon Julie Gunn, BA in elementary education, lower, leaching; Dean BA in physics. North English Roscann in art, teaching. North Liberty Kcnnctli :jrjnk, HA in business manago- Oelwein Robert Cbristen- scn, BA in art, teaching; Diane Cingdon, MA in elementary ed- ucation, lower, teaching; Lois Warnke, BA in elementary ed- ucation, lower, teaching. Olin Kirk Meyer, BA in son, BA in Spanish, teaching; Nancy File, BA in junior high school education, teaching; Shirley Nodurf t, BA in business education, secretarial, teaching; Carla Hossow, BA in art, 'leaching; Christine Seibert, BA n art, teaching; James Stefl, 3A in speech, teaching; Dennis Thole, BA in history, teaching; Mary Werner, BA in business management; Duane Vermazen, BA m social science, teaching. Marengro frank Cooney, 3A in men's physical education, Caching; Steve HeUer, BA in Diology; Richard Landuyt, BA n art, teaching; Stephanie Pexa, BA in junior high school education, teaching; Dennis Hathjen, BA in business man- agement. Marion James Davis, BA In business management; John Parks, BA in geology; Patricia Schabo, BA in history, teach- ing. Gregory Von larketing. Onslow Sproecken, BA teaching. Ossian Belvina Schwine us, BA in women's physi- cal education, leaching. Oxford Kathcrine Brack, BA in English, teaching. Oxford Junction Richard Benhart, BA in business man- ;cmcnt; Ronald Benhart, BA in industrial arts. Ilidgcway Patricia Puffer, BA in home economics, busi- ness, food and nutrition. Riverside James Gcrot, BA in industrial arts, leaching; Michael Latta, BA in account- ing; Shirley Luers, BA in Span- ish, teaching; Marie Strabala, BA in home economics, voca- tional, teaching. Ryan Michael Sauscr, BA in business management. Sigourney Jerald Kas- lengren, BA in political science; Steven Shirk, BA in industrial arts, teaching; Nancy Voltmer, BA in English, teaching. Toddville Forrest Lofton, BA in industrial arts, teaching. Toledo Marcia Bro, BA in speech, teaching; Gary Hruby, BA in marketing; Darlt-ne Ncit- BA in lower elementary education, teaching; Lou Ann Schafer, BA in art, teaching. Traer Kathryn Brady, BA 

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