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Columbus Daily Telegram, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1965, Columbus, Nebraska THE DAILY TELEGRAM FRIDAY, JULY J3, 1HS COLUMBUS, NEB. PAGE School exhibit shows good planning, teaching devices The Platlc County School Ex- hibit being shown at the Platte County Fair grounds during llie week of July 25-29 represents exhibits from 52 Class I teach crs; 11 Class II school rooms; 32 teachers from Class III and 12 parochial teachers. Viola Konz, teacher in Dis- trict I ranked first with an over- all total of 135 points; Rose Ma- rie Woodward, District I, ranked second with 125 points; Vilma Toufar, Class 1 teacher, ranked third'with 108 and Eliz- abeth Illian, District I, ranked fourth with 80 points. Schools were broken down into four categories with 52 teachers in Class 1. Banking first in this group was Vilma Toufar, District with 103 points. Lois Christensen. Dis- trict -63, ranked second wilh 76 points. In third place wilh 73 points was Vclma Ditler, Dis- trict In Class II with 11 teachers entered, Cccile Badje, District ranked first wilh 73 points. In second place was Lucille Pearson, District with 57 points. Ranking third was Elsie Norton, District with 52 points. Thirty-two teachers partici- pated in the Class III exhibit with Viola Konz ranking first with 135 points; Rose Marie -Woodward ranked second with points; and Elizabeth lllian was third with 80 points. Twelve parochial exhibits were judged. John E. Blasig, Immanuel Lutheran, ranked first with 61 points. In second place was Martha Bakenhus, St. John's, with 44 points, and ranking third was Janie Gronon- thal, St. Joseph's, with 41 points. The exhibits showed much good planning and development of excellent leaching devices, ac- cording to Gladys Breidert. Platte County Superintendent of Schools. Classroom exhibits with name of teacher, points earned and amount of premium are as fol- Dist. 1 teacher, Verda Bar- rett points, 14 amount due, S2.27; Bernice Brochlrup, 33, Marcella Brownell, 63, 56.69; Jan Clark, 13, Faye Craig, 10, Joyce Dohman, 23, Elizabeth Folsom, 11, 81 99; Pauline Foreman, 64, S6.78; Dorothy Glaser, 43, Goldie Hagenbuek, 24, Marcella Hauser, 15, Eliz- abeth Illian, 80, Viola Konz, 135, Arlene Kum- metz 56, 56.06; Loreen Laier, SI 99; Marjorie McKattinie, H Mae Menn, 53, Sharon Micck, 23, Fern Minlkcn. 72, Mary Jo Mord 15, Kalherine Nyf- felcr, 56. LaVcrn Peter- son 13, Witma Shaw, 46, FernSipes, 61, Mar- garet Speice, 55, Myrtle Tracy, 52, Leona Walter, 43 89; Myrtle Willey, 15, S2'36; LaDonna Witschi, 9, Neva Woods, 6, Rose Ma- rie Woodward, 125, Flo- rinc Zelasney, 79, Dist. 2, Mescal Bates, 53, S5.79. Disl. 3, Jean Erase, 60, Dist. 5, Sharon Brakenhoff, 29, 62. Dist. 5, Mary Lou Jones, 44, S4.93. Dist. 6, Virginia Taylor, 62, 50. Disl. 7, Cecile Badje, 73, Dist. 7. Karen Seger, 20, S2.81. Dist 9, Elvira Houdersheldl, 55. Dist 10. Janet Parr. 48. S5.34. Dist. II, Vclma Ditter, 73. Dist. 12. Lucy Willman. 39, 52 Dist. 16, Beulah Renken, 32, Dist. 17, Malhilde Wilke, 15, Dist. 18, Florence Simonson, 52. Dist. 20, Mark Eden, 24, S3.17. Dist 22, Verona Hassebrook, 68, Dist. 23, Ruth Durkop, 31. Dist. 24. Olga Gocdckcn. 30. Elsie Norton, 52, Helen Pearson, 19, S2.72. Disl. 25, Marcella Eisenhaucr. 51. Disl. 2C, Agnes Encson, 13. S2.17. Dist. 28, Marcclline Christen- sen, 51, Dist. 29, Sophia Moravec, 25, Disl. 30, Eleanor Felling, 33, 98 Dist. 30, Elizabeth Widhalm, 23. Disf. 31, Patricia Peach, 14, Dist. 32, Lois Arndl, 44, Dist. 35, Norene Kuhr, 21, Disl 39, Marie Curtis, 40, J4.61. Dist. 40, Lillian Wilson, 20, Disl. 42, Marie Drezd, 43, Disl. 43, Mamie Hauk, 35, Dist. 44, Alice Acrni, 33, Dist. 44, Vilma Toufar, 103, Dist. 4C, Esther Mohnsen, 48, Dist. 47, Judy Bruhn, 47, Dist. 58, Angelina Koch, 55} 6isl 60, Mrs. Nienaber, 60, Dist. 61, Hanson, 36, Dist. 63, Lois Christensen, 76, Disl. 64, Agnes Nygren, 40, Disl. 65, Linda Eggli, 22, Disl. 67, Esther Frcy, 14, S2.27; Janet Johnston, 10, l.oland Opliger, 10. Mnri- r'.la Winter, 11, Dist. 72, Carole Hucschen, 41, Dist. 73, Davida Swertzic, 44, Disl 76, Lucille Pearson, 57, Disl. 76, Ellen Sclirciber, 32, Disl 77, Dorothea Brandl, 30, Dist. 78, Clara Luosclien, 24, Dist 80, Mary Ann Kruegcr, 50, Dist. 82, Darleene Allen. 28, Alvina Siefken, 44, Mildred Schrieber. 30, Lulu Uyan, 23, Ann Kolm, 27, Joyce Shilling, 39, Leona Micek Wilma Floyd, 41, Dorothy Hespc, 24, Immanuel Lutheran, John E. Blasig. 61, II. W. Rieken- berg, 30, Mrs. Stcinert, 6, Mrs. K. Kohlmeicr Miss K. Mceskc, 44, S5.98; Mrs. Karen Kniger Karen Meeske, 39, St. Anthony, Ursula Guszak, 5, Christ Lutheran, Connie Jen- sen, 21, St. John's, Martha Bakenhus, 44, jN. G. Hoppmann, 17. SI. Joseph's, Janie Gronenthal, 41, Marilyn Schlaulman, 35, Arthur Duncan, dancer on Welk show, will be here BABY DOLL Moslem morals ruled out the use of swim suits for this year's Miss Malaysia contest, held in Kuala Lumpur, the local chamber of commerce acted quickly to save the day by ordering baby doll outfits for the contestants. The winner was Patricia Augustus, center, a 19-year-old dental nurse. Alice Woon, left, was second with Clara De Run third. Patricia will represent her country in the Miss Universe contest. Nobody missed the swim suits. Arthur Duncan, popular sing- er and dancer on the Lawrence Welk Show, who appears on the grandstand program at the Platte County Fair next Thurs- day night, is pretty much of a self made man. Native of Pasadena, Calif., Arthur got into "show business" as a member of a dance quartet which put on a May Day rou- tine at McKinley Junior High School in Pasadena. He was (hen 13. While a newsboy earlier, he had picked up a lot of street corner song routines. Finally he was enrolled in Pasadena City College. While at college, a relative who was in the music business arranged occasional bookings for him. These proved so rewarding lhat Arthur left college. There followed many local Invited to present pnper before meeting OMAHA (UPI) Invited present a paper before th e Audiovisual Conference on Medical and Allied Sciences July 19 and 20 in Chicago is Mrs. Reba Benschoter. She is an assistant professor in medical teaching aids, de- partment of neurology and psy- chiatry, at the University of Nebraska College of Medicine. Mrs. Benschoter's paper is eulilled "Two Way Closed Circuit TV at the Nebraska Psychiatric and national television a including the Bob Jimmy Durante, Bob Eddie Cantor, Red Skelton and Jerry' Lewis shows. What was first intended to be an Australian tour turned out to be many years of traveling all over the world, playing in hundreds of houses all across Europe, as well as Egypt, Leb- anon and Turkey. Upon his return to the United States early this .year, Duncan was invited to make several ap- pearances as a guest on the Lawrence Welk Show. Now he is considered a regular in the Champagne Music family. Phyllis Diller plans divorce PEORIA, 111. enne Phyllis Diller, who refers lo her husband as "Fang" in her night club act, said Thurs- day she plan's to file for di- vorce. "We've been married 25 years, but in the last year or so we've had an unpleasant Miss Diller said here, where she is appearing at (he "Heart of Illinois" fair. "My grounds will be just plain old" in compat ability." The couple eloped 25 years ago in Kentucky and has five children, ranging in age from 15 to 24. Miss Diller said she would seek custody of the chil- dren. ______________' ARTHUR DUNCAN, who Thursday nJsht tfwfair, needs no introduction to mort residents of rhli teen him wid at a performer on Law- rence Welk This ovtstawtina young performer If eauilly at home in dance routines and numbers. Temperatures across nation By United Press International High Low Pep. Atlanta, PC 86 68 Boston, Cy 81 61 Charleslon, S.C.. Cy 85 70 Des Moines, C S6 73 El Paso, C Indianapolis, PC Los Angeles, Cy Miami Beach, C New Orleans, C York, Cv 94 69 .02 90 64 79 60 85 74 .07 90 73 1.92 75 6fi -01 New bill is introduced LINCOLN new bill and two resolutions were intro- duced in the legislature Thurs- day. Action on them was de- ferred. Hie bill, submitted by Sen. Terry Carpenler of Scottsblulf at the request of the governor, would establish six "health service" regions. Each region would be gov- erned by a board of five mem- bers. Together [hey would cover the entire state. The bill, LB927, permits the boards to levy a tax to meet the "health needs of the people in the region." Carpenler said they would act as sifting units for federal and state funds. He said they would coordinate construction of medi- cal facilities to best meet the needs of an area. The resolutions propose the George W. Norris Home and furnishings in McCook be de- clared a national monument and that an 18-month interim study be conducted into slate cash funds and tlieir use. Pravda charges CIA finances sabotage organization in Russia MOSCOW (UPI) The Com- munist party newspaper Pravda charged today that the U. S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) finances an anti-Commu- nist organization which advo- cates "sabotage and destruc- tion" within Russia. Pravda leveled the accusation about the time a three judge Soviet court convened to delib- erate the fate of Gerald Brooke 27. a British schoolteacher ar- rested on charges he acted as an agent for the organization. Brooke, a college instructor who visited Russia as a tourist, pleaded guilty at the opening of his "show trial" Thursday. He faced a maximum possi- ble sentence of six years in pri- son. The charges lodged against him constituted an official So- viet admission of the existence of an anti Communist under- ground in Hussia. The organ- ization was identified as the Popular Labor Alliance a Russian emigre organization based in Western Europe. "On the dollars of the CIA which the USA annually pays to leaders of the NTS this scum cooks up dirty brochures which preach sabotage and destruc- tion on Ihc territory of the So- viet Pravda said. The government charged Brooke wilh smuggling propa- ganda into the country and at- tempting to make contact with Soviet citizens. It also charged that British diplomatic person- nel were implicated in the NTS plot. The British Embassy de- nied it. Mixed motions about seeing her father LOS ANGELES (UPD-When Cecilia Pfaff, 19, marries Ma- rine Lance Cpl. William A. Hays, 21, Saturday in St. James Episcopal Church in South Pas- adena, she'll have mixed emo- tions about seeing her father. Father is Superior Judge Rog- er Alton Pfaff--a specialist in divorces. Columbus Business and Professional Men Are Saluting the PLATTE COUNTY a hearty Welcome to the Platte County Our Sincere from your 4-H CLUB and FFA MEMBERS! Sincere best wishes to all of you, and a to the many fine people who will make the 25th Annual Platte County Fair one of the best ever! Authorized Dealer Hotpoint Appliances Ports and Service Visit Our Booths at the Fair! "To Sell Is To wert with a "Journey to the Fair" Businessmen, professional men and retailers will want to get in on this special tour of the 25th Annual Platte County Fair. Ken Torcion, chairman of this year's fair, and other fair officials will be on hand lo greet you and show you around the exhibits, displays and booths. This is your chance to see the progress and achievements that have been made in the agricultural field during the past year. The success of Platte Coun- ty and this community is rooted in the advancements made by the agricultural industry. Show them your appreciation make plans now to join in this "journey to the fair." Retailers Journey to the Fair Thursday, July 29, 10 A. M. PLAN NOW! Plan to be at City Hall at Thursday for the "Journey To The Transportation will be available and trie caravan will leave ot SHARP! Sponsored by the Columbus Chamber of Commerce RETAIL BUREAU
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