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Golf trophy winners Trophy winners at the end-of-season golf tournament are: Hanson. Seated are: Georgia Braun. Florence Bethke, Lee Van (standing) Mary Mistek, Mime Simonick, Jean Green, Nona EttaandNancyNykanen End-of SeasonTournament The Women&apos;s Golf Association held its annual end-of-the-season tournament Tuesday September 11. At the meeting following the tournament trophys were awarded and officers elected. Evelyn Tuomala was the winner of a drawing for a handmade afkan. Elaine Hallet seemed to express the feeling of the group when she said, "Outside of me I can't think of anyone I would rather see win it". "Evelyn, (who is employed by the Golf Corporation) has often gone out of her way to be helpful and we appreciate it," she added. Officers which were elected for the coming year are: Georgia Braun, president, Jo Lepisto, vice president; Betty Nelson, secretary; and Betty Pascee, treasurer. Nancy Nykanen was the 1973 Flight Champ with a score of 87, • Nona Hanson was second with a score of 93, and Elaine Halleff third with a score of 95. First Flight winner was Lee Van Etta with a 99, and Jean Green the first runner-up with a score of 104. Second flight winners were Florence Bethke and Millie Simonick both with a 110, with Florence winning the play-off. Third flight winners were Georgia Braun, 120; and Mary Mistek, 126. The winners of the Round Robin were announced. Florence Bethke won $10 for being the most improved golfer of the season. Other winners were: Elaine Hallett and Lee Van ERa, $7.50 each (they tied for second place); Vicky Montgomery, $6.00; and Sadie Jokela and Betty Nelson each $4.00 as they tied for 4th place. In the Round Robin each golfer competed against herself and the winners were the ones who had improved their score the most over the year. New committees were appointed for the coming year and are as follows: Sports Cam mittee , Betty Johnson, Floredce Bethke, Sadie Jokela and Lil Johnson Ways and Means Committee Elaine Hallett, Gerrie Hedge and Doris Adamic Two-Ball Foursome Committee Lee Van Etta and Jean Green Special Events Committee Marguerite Orth, Nona Hanson, Molly Klun and Ruth Mahl Publicity Committee Doris Adamic and Elaine Hallett Club-House Committee Dorothy Hitchcock, Vicky Montgomery and Mary Porthan Rules Committee Millie Simonick Calling Committee Mary Mistek, Elaine Hallett, Dorothy Hitchcock and Vicky Montgomery Ruth Mahl read the following poem, which she composed. It's almost time for golfers To put the clubs away. September's here, and brought along A bluer sky, a shorter day-- Have you thanked Him for the season past, Found no cause for dismay? After snow and winter's over, He will send another May. Winter Change Over Specials Our winters are difficult enough without having car problems, too. For e safe and trouble free winter, bring your mr to Bob's Downtown Standard iin for expert serv a g and rare. Cooling System 1. Visual check of entire cooling system including belts, hoses, pulley's and pulley alignment. 2. Pressure test cap, radiator and engine for leaks. 3. Check thermostat w-ther- mometer. 4. Flush if needed. 5. Add antifreeze to -50 degrees protection if necessary. 6. Clean radiator fins of clirt and debris. '6 9 Parts and antifreeze extra. i iii Oil Change 1. Drain and refill crankcase w-5 qts. 10W30 or 5W30 oil. 2. Change oil filter 3. Chassis lube. Electronic Tune-Up L Check engine compression.. 2. Renew and adjust spark plugs. 3. Test battery and clean terminals. 4. Renew and adjust points and condenser. 5. Check Dist. cap and rotor 6. Set ignition timing and check coil. 7. Free up manifold heat control valve. 8. Adjust idle mixture and idle speed. 9. Adjust belt tension. $8 9s 8cyl) plus parts. '6 9s (6cyl.) plusparts. Interior of each ear is vaeumed and all windows cleaned inside and out! Bob's Downtown 2 E. Chapman Standard 365-98O0 El3, Echo, Ely, Mn. 55731, Wed., Sept. 19,1973 Fred Cherne semifinalist Fred Cherne, Memorial senior high student, has been named Semifinalist in the 1974 National Merit Scholarship Program. Fred, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cherne will compete for about 3,100 Merit Scholarships to be awarded in the spring. In the eighteen annual competitions completed to date, 34,450 students have won Merit Scholarships valued at more than $95.5 million. Accordin to Edward C. Smith. oresident of National Merit Scholarship Cor.poration <NMSC!, "The ap.proximately 15,000 Semifinalists are representative of the nation's most academically talented young people, and they bring honor not only to themselves, but also to their families, their teachers, and their communities." "From this group will come many future leaders in business, industry, and the professions," he said. "The future success of these young people will, however, depend upon their ability to become productive at the high intellectual levels that they are capable of attaining." The Semifinalists were the highest scorers in each state on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Text  National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT NMSQT) administered last October to over one million students in about 17,000 schools nationwide. These students, who constitute about one-half of one percent of the graduating secondary school seniors in the United States, will complete high school and enter college in 1974. NMSC identifies the Semifinalists to all regionally accredited U.S. colleges and universities. Many Semifinalists find this recognition useful in seeking financial aid from sources other than the Merit Program and in the process of gaining admission to college, Semifinalists must quality as Finalists to advance in the Semifinalists must fulfill requirements that endorsement of their schools, confirming their high NMSQT scores on a second examination, and by evidence of their academic and other percent or more of the Semifinalists are Finalists, and each Finalist will receive a Certificate recognition of distinguished performance in the corn Every Finalist will be considered for one of the Merit $1000 Scholarships that are allocated on a according to each state's percentage of the total graduating class. A selection committee college admissions officers and secondary counselors judges all information about eact combination--his high school academic record, leadership qualities, extracurricular activities, as scores. The winners of these one-time awards of $10 financed by sponsors and NMSC will receive a next fall, after they enroll as Many of the Finalist will also be considered for four-year Merit Scholarships supported by some 450 foundations, professional associations, colleges, unionS and individuals. Winners of renewable Merit Scholarship up to $1,500 per year which can amount to $6,000 over college years. MNSC will release the names of the Merit Scholarship 1974 through the news media in three public winners of standard four-year Merit Scholarships primarily by corporations and businesses will be April 11; the winners of one-time National Merit will be named on April 25; and the college-sponsored four.year Merit Scholarship winners on May 2. competition for Merit Scholarships. To become Finalists, the Women of the Moose Receive Award At the recent meeting of the Ely Women of the Moose Chapter No. 339, Millie Simonick, Jr. Graduate Regent, announced she had received notice that the chapter will receive the Award of Achievement. Millie will now be eligible to receive her Green Cap. The next regular meeting will be held on Monday, Sept. 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Moose Lodge Rooms. Highlight of this meeting will be the enrollment of new member, Dorothy McClellan and the presentation of a special style show with Effie Poshak in charge. The following will be on the lunch committee for this according to Virgina Ivancich, chrm; Julia Velcheff, Warner, Eleanore Johnson, Marion Buchite and Mayme Kotchevar, Laura Lekatz and Virginia the lunch for the Sept. 10 meeting. Money from the September' monthly project will go weather rain coats for Mooseheart. New Golf Officers notes from Newly elected officers of the Women's Golf Association are Betty Pascoe, Treasurer: Georgia Braun, President: Jo Lepisto, Vice President; and Betty Nelson, Secretary. MP&L'S tips for wise use and care of your Electric Range I ,o. o A ss I J Here are a few hints to help you get the most out of your eleclri¢ range, ] I ij ., one of your most used appliances. These simple Ups can help you  conseve energy and save you money. J I , I .fl FUT-SorrOMED COOKI.G COMING FROM THE URFACE , I J UNIT WIL.L BE gFERREI j lREc'n.y NTO THE IfrENglL J I I I J SF. UDS OR NO COVER LENGTHEN I I RrR  COVR. I I .:.. I I (_' __.____------': , I "-- os pt.cO c I  o c.oOl , I l. Wh" ..... , h" GI4 __...,._ "1"0 F,NISt4 / I KTUF, P-- u.-.,- LoW 5P '" Cfi CF.. HEA' TO Nt.',/ q"; AS 0 I I I .... =_._' , I u   I I I  )o us yOUR ON I I -N TOO MUCH WmER TO HET THE Zl'fCHF.N,,.rr I I cuss SOl-OVs, v  ^ asr u.cao,c I I rooo VALUEs ARE WASTED WAY TO ROT t II WHEN YOU DISPOSE I 0 o  w^. I I "''"""""'-'- mmmmel I ef r trlc rmlR, r  elw ttltam, 11 ml a l, ew ,,,m,.o..m ,un ttmm t. t C CeW m I I governor WENDELL Gov. Wendell directed Edward Commissioner of initiate action cently enacted Sales Practices Act, to the sale in Minnesota that are vart of the Corporation Hudson, Wisconsin, St. Croix River. Caldor calved preliminary the first phase from the City of $14 million sists of two 12-story and 32 luxury terrace units, the built into the river. Driscoll will sue a show cause Caldor Corp. and its counterpart, Cardel ring the further requested the from the Subdivided Practices Act suspended. The is empowered to revoke the exem a city of the first state or local regulation. In his letter to Anderson stated: "It is clear to me Caldor ment violates intent of the Scenic Rivers Act the federal Lower River Act of 1972 St. Croix River Act Minnesota purpose of the Sales Practices Act Minnesotans of a residential unit be constructed Wisconsin National Park paring a master Lower St. Croix that will guide this 52 miles River. This plan effect by January, assured that the • prohibit planned by Caldor at Hudson." . • Former E/y/re Mrs. Mildred Carrolton, TX died Friday Surviving are Scott, Dallas ters, Mrs. Lakes, 'and Stubler, Ely; Mattson, in Mrs. Mn. 12 Mrs. II for 13 years Oklahoma and Service will in the Lyre