News: Romadka Road (03 Jun 1971)
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Surnames: Shaw, Van den Berg, Hanuszczak, Schuelke, Knutson, Ganther, Anderson, Faber, White, Crothers, Nelson, Thiede, Bartsch
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 03 Jun 1971
Last winter's deep snows have benefited the gardeners and the flower lovers. Seldom have tulips, flowering trees and shrubs been so beautiful. There are compensations. Now that the white stuff on the garden is just fallen apple blossoms.
Graduation exercises were held at Granton High School on Thursday evening, May 27. Valedictorian was Dan Shaw and Salutatorian, Ron Van den Berg, who presented speeches. Receiving the "I Dar Yor" award for leadership was Rick Bartsch. David Shaw, Lubo Hanuszczak, Clarence Schuelke, and Allen Knutson were other graduates from this area.
Many graduation parties for friends and relatives were held at the home of the graduates following the ceremonies, and on Sunday, May 30.
Misses Margo Ganther, Elaine Anderson, and Bonnie Faber are students at Eau Claire University who have returned home following the close of the school year.
David White and Bruce Crothers completed their school year at River Falls University and returned home on Wednesday evening.
Mr. Steve Nelson of River Falls spent party of the evening, May 20, at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Jack Crothers. Earlier in the day he met with students and faculty members at Granton, where he will teach science and wrestling next year.
Graves were beautifully decorated and flags place on veteran's graves at the cemeteries. A Memorial Day program was presented at Granton on Monday a.m.
Vacation Bible School began at Zion Lutheran Church on Tuesday morning, June 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Garry Thiede and son of Neenah, visited from Friday until Tuesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Anderson.
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