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   Herald Times Reporter (Newspaper) - April 29, 1977, Manitowoc, Wisconsin                               Washington High School honor roll is announced f. Rivets. WIs, ffl., April Mr. and Mrs. Arnold F. Herzog Sr. WanUh Photo Golden wedding will be observed Mr. and Mrs. Arnold F. Her- zog Sr., 1322 S. Eighth St., Manitowoc, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with a family dinner Saturday at the Manitowoc Eagles Club. Friends are invited to an open house and dancing from 8-12 p.m. at the club. The honorees were married at home May 4, 1927, by Judge John Chloupek. Two of the original attendants, Elsie (Oestrich) Perry and Lester Wuellner, are expected at the anniversary party. Mr. and Mrs. Herzog have five children. Betty Lou Tuschel. Clarks Mills, June Rose Burkart, Arnold F. Her- zog Jr., and Judith Charlene Van, Manitowoc, and-Darlene Marie Roedig, Michigan. They also have 14 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Herzog retired from A.M. Richter and Sons, Manitowoc, in June of 1966, after 33 years of service. He and his wife also operated Herzog Florist for a number of years. Mrs. Herzog worked at Richter's also and at Family Heritage nursing Home, Manitowoc. She is currently a part-time employe of the Cheese Cupboard -n" Nut House, Manitowoc. Her hobbies are sewing, needlecraft and gardening. Her husband is also interested in gardening. Both enjoy good health. The honor roll for the third nine-week period ending March 26 at Washington High School. Two Rivers, has been an- nounced. Students in the ninth grade who earned a 4.0 grade point average were Annette Albrecht, Lori Kaminski, Bruce Montz, Mary Perkins, Gary Reinert, Julie Schmitt, Laurie Svatek, Wayne Wichlacz and Todd Wojta. Other ninth graders named to the honor roll were Barry Avery, Joel Barta, Sandra Bonino, Debra Drenski, Darryl Duvall, Andrew Finlan, Dawn Fredell, Derek Fuerbringer, Jeff Gospodarek, Jeffrey Graff, Nancy Holdorf, Keith Kauf- man, Denise Korinek, Lori LeClair, Jill Leger, Lori Malkowski, Douglas Monka, Ted Richmond, Holly Ruesch, Susan Saduske, Brenda Sauve, Linda Schermetzler, Dawn Skarvan, Tern Sporer, Patricia Timer, Susan Wirnsberger and Marie Zachek. Tenth graders with a 4.0 grade point average were Lauri Barta, Mary Boettgfr, Gail Breider, Barbara Christel, Steven Cotter, John Geigel, Kari Hanson, Lisa Kaner, Greg Hasten, Renee Kuether, Mary Kumbalek, Kathleen Mc- Donough, Kim Nebel, Penny Paiser. James Sauve, Sara Tir- ner and Michael Wojta. Also on the honor roll were the following tenth graders, William Becker, Paula Benz. Lori Brull, David Bunke. Cheryl Christoffel. Nancy Copesky, Laurie Durocher, Sandra Ernst, Tim Frum, Karen Gagnon. Thomas Gagnon. Morris Haase, Bar- bara Kaminski, Carolyn Kauf- man, Kathryn Kirschenlore, Ann Landers Life can take a joyous turn DEAR ANN LANDERS: I wish I had sought your advice years ago. You could have saved me a lot of agony. May I give your readers the benefit of my experience? I married a girl who didn't want sex before marriage. I thought I had a jewel until we went on our honeymoon. Then I learned she didn't want sex AF- TER marriage, either. I did love her dearly and decided to be patient and wait for her to grow up and be a wife, but she never did. When I couldn't stand it any longer (I was then 50) I left. She said she wanted me back and agreed to joint counseling if I would come home. Our counselor was a woman who said my wife's un- dressing in the closet was NOT abnormal and I must be a Peeping Tom to want to see a woman unclothed I was dumb- 60th year of religious fession marked profe Ten Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity celebrated the 60th year of their religious profession Sunday. The Rev. Julian Resch, O.Praem, was mam celebrant at the afternoon concelebrated Mass in St. Mary Chapel at Holy Family Convent, Manitowoc. Concelebrants in- cluded the Rev. Justin Pierce, SDS. of Silver Lake College, the Rev. Andrew Lmsmeyer of New London and the Rev. Alfred Pntzl of Green Bay. Celebrating were Sister Vin- centine Theisen and Sister Josita Belger of Silver Lake College, Sister DeLelljs Pntzl, Sister Virgihus McAfee and Sister Rita Forgach of the Ozanam Home, New Berlin, and Sister Domingo Egel, Sister Agatha Siehr, Sister Am- brosine Kloiber, Sister Mat- thias Kraemer and Sister Assisium Olszewska of Holy Family Convent. The sisters were guests of honor at the breakfast with the community at the convent They and their guests were in- vited to a supper following the afternoon service. On Sunday, Holy Family Con- vent will again be the scene of a jubilee when 22 sisters celebrate the 50th anniversary of their profession. Open house at Lakeland Lakeland College, Sheboygan, will conduct an open house from 1 to p.m. Sunday. The open house will include the unveiling of a mural, the land-marking of three buildings, the opening of a museum, an art exhibit, a con- cert by the Swing Choir, a recital by vocalists, a look-in on play rehearsals and a magician. Throughout the af- ternoon there will be guided tours through the buildings and the president's home. Refresh- ments will be served. Bridge played Winners in this week's Lakeview Duplicate Bridge Club game were Bernie Eck and Lorraine Gallenberger, first; Mary Granger and Ther- esa Holub, second; and Frances Garrow and Shirley Gorder, third. N E W SPAPEfifl fi C H i founded. The counselor suggested I not approach my wife sexually for a month. Three sessions later did it. The counselor said to my wife, "Wasn't it wonderful not to be bothered with sex for a whole I decided at that moment to get a divorce. The following year I met and married a wonderful widow who helped me forget the night- mare I had been living for too long. We plan to spend whatever time we have left doing whatever makes us hap- py. My "bride" is an adorable and loving lady and I feel so for- tunate to have found her. Maybe your readers will see themselves in my letter and not waste 25 years, like I did IT'S GREAT TO BE ALIVE DEAR ALIVE- That coun- selor was a real lemon, but I must say you're a pretty slow study. I'm happy your life ,has taken such a joyous turn! Congratulations, DEAR ANN: My parents were divorced when I was ten. I'll be 16 soon and have not seen my father for four years, although he has visiting rights. I think about him a lot. Just before Christmas I asked my teacher if I should write him a letter telling him about my interests She said, "Yes, but don't let your mother know." I wrote a long letter and sent a small picture of myself. I haven't received ail answer. Should I write again and ask if my letter got lost in the Christ- mas rush? HOPEFUL DEAR H.: Your teacher gave you bad advice. If you know where your dad is, he knows where YOU are. Let him be. It's not hard to "build fan- tasies around a daddy who isn't there. Don't let your imagination trick you into thinking he is something he is not, honey. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Your usual sharp eye must be getting dimmed by age You missed a humdinger recently. I was disappointed. I refer to the letter from the woman who was miffed because her son-m-law was still calling her "Hey, you" after four years. She said, "Wouldn't you think the lunkhead would know Why didn't you nail her in your typical Landers style and tell her that "Hey, you" is plen- ty good enough for a mother-in- law who calls him a lunkhead? CANTON CARL DEAR CANT: I got the im- pression that the mother-m-law called him a lunkhead after four years of "Hey, you." In my opinion "Lunkhead" is plenty good enough for a son-in-law like that. Jeff Koeppei, Judith Kopetsky, Karen Kotarek, Laurie Kubec. Diane Kulhanek, Lori Kwasny, Douglas Laurent, Dawn LeClair. Chris Luebke, Betty McNulty, Susan Mott. Larry Mueller. Patrick Nooker, Lisa Pnlzl, Darlene Rhodes, Nancy Samz. Lynn Stiefvater, Chris Taddy. Andrea Taylor, Diane Wachtel. Brenda Wagner, Debra Wirnsberger, Sue Wojta, Greg Wunsch and Maria Zeman. Eleventh grade students with a 4.0 average were Pam Frenz, Sharon Glaser, Laura Hanson, Sharon Hills, Kathy Kosobucki, Gary Montz, Susan Perkins, Sandy Pnbek, Debra St. Pierre and Karl Zander. Other eleventh grade students on the honor roll were Terry Barta, Wanda Berg, Gail Brefczynski, William Breider, Patricia Ciha, Cheryl Coenen, Barbara Debauche, David Dimaria, Brian Elliott, Deridre Farrell, Mary Finley, Peter Fruin, Victoria Hoffman, Michael Kleckner, 'Kimberlyn Korinek, Karen Krueger, Laura LeClair, Diane Lesperance, Michael Martell, Mary Nikolai, Robert Otto. Diane Parizek, Joseph Richards, James Schroeder, Gary Shavlik, Lynn Vanderbloemen, Dennis Vogel and Dale Wichlacz. Twelfth graders with a 4.0 grade point average were Julie Ahrdnt, Laura Buth, Kim Dax, Russell Dobesh, Susan Fronk, Cynthia Gauthier, Kathleen Gilbert, Kim Handl, Wendy Recital Sunday at Conservatory Students of Holy Family Con- servatory, Manitowoc, will present a concert at 2 p.m. Sun- day in the conservatory auditorium. The concert will open with the Advanced Ensemble per- forming Vivaldi's "Violin Con- certo in E" for solo violin and strings. Seth Hensel will per- form as soloist Members of ihe ensemble in- clude Joan Hawley, Lisa An- derson, Michael Lee, Terri Seefeldt and Linda Lewis, violins; Bonnie Budmk and Wendy Schwartz, viola, Jane Holmes and Ann Bertler. cello; Kelly Wester, bass; and Patricia Schultz. piano Other students appearing in the program are Ann Bertler, David Bohm, Jill Brefczynski, Jim Breuer, Tom Breuer, Lin- da Dickert, Christie Felsmg, Joan Hawley, Jane Holmes, Mary Frances Kaufman, Nan- cy Kramer, Jan Krische, Rose Marie Lewis. Paul Massman, Nick Miller, Kim Nelson, Gwen Neuser, Mary Paul: Ben Paschke, Wendy Schack. Julie Scheuer, Karen Schmitt, Jacque Schneider. John Schuet- ze. Patricia Schultz, Sally Sobel, Cirdy Stehula, Deanna Van Gary Van Dreel, Mary Wilfert and Jim Wind. Reunion meeting The graduating class of 1957 from Washington High School. Two Rivers, will conduct a 20- year reunion meeting at 7-p m Tuesday at Bob's Bar. Two Rivers. Did you know that my opponent voted for the right to strike by school teachers? Alan Lasee knows! And, it concerns him for many reasons. Let's take the rising cost of government, for example. 65 percent of our property taxes go towards education. Doesn't my opponent know that strikes will result in even greater educational costs and as a result increase our taxes even more? Paid tor "Friahdt for Van DrMl. TrMurcr, ROUM 1. Wl 5411S. VOTE MAY 3 LASEE State Senator 'Elect the working man who works for Henrickson, Dale Hershfield. Kathryn Holschbach, Kathryn Kahlenberg, Kjell Kahlenberg, Joy Kumbalek. James Kupsh, Mike Malkowski. James Mueller, Lynne Williams and Laura Zander. Twelfth grade students on the honor roll were Jane Ahearn, Julie Ahearn, Man- Allie, Bruce Arneman, Linda Batch- elder, Virginia Behnnann, Susan Boulanger, Tyler Bow- ring, Catherine Ciha, Cynthia Ciha, Ruth Coenen, Deborah Durocher, Kay Ertman, Joseph Geigel, Mark Goedjen, Kurt Hansen, Kay Hirvela, Gail Horner, Katherine Jacobson, Mike Jacquart, Gene Jarvela, Mary T. Klein, Susan Koeppel, Debra Kopetsky, Edward Kout- nik, Lori Kuether, Jim Kulhanek, Kristine Kvithyll, Beverly Mueller, Susan Nuss, Mark Pare, Lynn Post, Nancy Rogala, Diane Rudebeck, Kathy Schroeder, Annette Sperry, Jill Steinbrecher, Vicki Stiefvater, Linda Strathmann, Tim Tess, Sandra Thiel, Sharon Truttmann, Charles Wood and Allan Zachek. BOWLING AWARDS The Manitowoc County Health Care Center Bowling League awards event, sponsored by the Junior Ser- vice League of Manitowoc County, Inc., took place Monday at the Manitowoc Elks Club. Mary Lou Barrock, left, league chairma'n, photo presents awards to others from left, Lucille Bieker and Norbert Lemke, firsts; Joann Radey and Adam seconds. Dessert and coffee were served at the event. Judy Polster, league member, was co-chairman. Why Grow Old? Try different ways of removal By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Q.. I have hairs between my eyes, on my upper lip and on my chin. I tweezed the hairs on rny chin, but used a depilatory on the others. This made my face burn and break out in a rash. What shall I do about these hairs? A. You can tweeze the hairs between your eyes. The most t important thing to remember is NOT to use anything that makes your skin burn or break out in a rash. You can try bleaching the hairs on your lip with peroxide. Apply it several times a week and let it dry before rinsing it off. Cosmetic wax is another approach and, of course, there is always the permanent way electrolysis. Q. I am fifteen years old and have a pretty nice figure, but a double chin rums my ap- pearaifte. My mother says she has always had a double chm. Could this be inherited? I am constantly being teased about it. A. Do not forget one thing people do not bother to tease those they do not like. The teasing is all in your favor! If others considered the chin a real handicap, they would not mention it to you but might whisper behind your back. The general contour or musculature of the body, neck and face can be inherited. For instance, such characteristics as dark circles, straieht un and down ankles, and overly wide hips are often passed down from mother to daughter for generations. You may indeed have inherited a tendency toward this problem. The most important thing to think about is your posture, because you should not have a troublesome chin at your age. Do you duck your chin into your neck? The chin should be held parallel to the floor and vou should push toward the ceiling with the top of your head. This will straighten your bpine in the neck area. Be aware of your posture and check it many times a day. A good exercise for double chins is to lewer your head backward as far as com- fortable. While in this position, chew in an exaggerated way, opening and closing your mouth widely. Lincoln class of "63 to The Class of lif63' Lincoln High School, Manitowoc, will have its 15th reunion meeting at 8 p m. Wednesday in the Com- munity Service Room of the Savings Bank. unable to attend are asked cal1 Pnil Rohrer, Two Rivers. antl Mrs- Ed Hynek, The spice, thyme, is good in clam chowder, Creole sauces and f is'1 or seafood dishes. BEES CAN COMMUNICATE.1 TO DO SO, THEY USE AN ELABORATE SYSTEM OF SJ6N LAN6UA6E IN FACT, SCIENTISTS HAVE EVEN DISCERNED DIFFERENT ,-fi 6IANT WARRIOR WASPS Of ASIA MEASURE 2 INCHES IN LENGTH AND LIVE IN UNDERGROUND HIVES OF S FEET IN DIAMETER JIM BEAM and white Creme deMenthe buzz upa "BUMBLE BEAM POUR20Z JIM BEAM AND I OZ. WHITE DE MENTHE AND SERVE Beam- Serving the United Tastes of America. KENTUCKY STRAICH1 BOURBON VVHISKIY HO FHOOI DISTILL! R AW BUI II f D BY JAMtSB BtAM DISTILLING CO CURMON1 BFAM hv DEPT. STORE Downtown Two Rivers OPEN SUNDAY 1 to 5 p.m. Monday 12 noon to 9 p.m. Tues. to Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Gleem II TOOTHPASTE 7 Oz. Family Size Reg. Disc. SALE Gillette's Earth Born SHAMPOOS Assort. Flavor Reg. Disc. 99' 8oz size SALE Small Yellow ONION SETS (Sweet Spanish Variety) Reg.59'lb. SALE Ib. Your choice GE Inside Frosted or Soft White LIGHT BULBS 40-60- 75 or 100 Watt sizes Your choice I Mtf. LOWEST PRICES BIGGEST SELECTION ON NONE-BRAND MERCHANDISE! NEW! Micro eye RADAR DETECTOR Monitors both "K" Brand Radars at same time. No license needed. Plugs m cigarette lighter. Avoid unnecessary Fines, Points Higher in- Reg. M 09.95 SALE 88 FescolOPak 20 Gal, Heavy Wgt. Lawn Garbage PLASTIC BAGS Reg. Disc. SALE 67 Pkg. 100% Cotton "T" SHIRTS Slight Irregular (32 to SAVE Entire Stock! WRANGLER .r LEVI'S KNIT TOPS All new Spring, Summer colors patterns Sizes S-M-LG (Large Selection) SALE Reg.'6.98 to S12.00 to SEE EVANS HUGE SELECTION OF SUMMER CLOTHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY. BUY NOW WHILE ALL SIZES ARE IN STOCK! Save LADIES STRIPED KNIT TOPS collar Sizes S-M-Lg. 50% Nylon 50% Polyester Reg. (No. 36253) SALE Short Sleeve Style 49 Just arrived! "NATURALBEAUTY" Wisconsin Grown HARDY VEGETABLES FLOWERS BEDDING PLANTS (Only Hardy Varieties In Stock Now) SALE   

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