The Kenyon High School cagers made a clean sweep of the Wanamingo series after overcoming a first-half deficit to win 42 to 39. Wanamingo has lost two games this season, both to Kenyon. The game was broadcast on KDHL radio.
Saturday evening, during a coronation ceremony conducted by Mayor Arthur Finseth, Miss Audrey Nesseth was selected as Kenyon’s Fire Queen for 1948. Queen Audrey left Wed. morning by plane, furnished by Kenyon Aircraft Service, for St. Paul. As she boarded the plane, the queen’s father, Albin Kindseth, told her, “Don’t forget to write.” Her first official Winter Carnival experience was a dinner at the St. Paul Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ronningen of Pine Island announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith Ann Ronnigen, to Jerome Houglum of Kenyon. Miss Ronningen is a Wanamingo High School graduate and is employed at the Wanamingo Bank. Her fiancé is a Kenyon High School graduate and employed at the Coast-to-Coast store in Kenyon.
Albion Rodde, an employee of the Kenyon Farmers Elevator for seventeen years, was named manager of the Elevator Department. He succeeds the late Edwin J. Hegvik. Rodde has been the acting manager during Mr. Hegvik’s illness.
Mr. and Mrs. David Derscheid of rural Kenyon are the winners of Kenyon’s First Baby of 1973 Contest. Baby Boy Derscheid arrived at the Rice County District One Hospital weighing in at seven pounds eleven ounces. He will join his three and half-year-old sister Lynnette at the Derscheid home.
Sherri Hildebrandt was selected as the winner of the senior division in the Rice County 4-H Radio Speaking Contest broadcast over KDHL radio. She now advances to the district contest in February.
Debra Aase was named to the Rochester State Junior College honor roll. Miss Aase received a letter from James A. Miner, coordinator of the Medical Secretarial Program, congratulating her on her academic average and perfect attendance.