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to Pages In This Issue and Willicmsburg Shopper, consolidated. LUTHERAN PARISH :': SCHOOL. THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1968 Number 23 Vacation Schools Now in Session; List Instructors Vacation schools opened in all four Willaimsburg churches Monday. One will continue for two weeks, while the other three are for one week only. •. St. Paul's Lutheran church has 127 enrolled, and mee'.s from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Theme is "Tell the Good News." Four years olds through those entering third grade this fall are meeting at the Lutheran school. Those entering fourth grade through eighth grade are meeting in vhe church basement. Wallace Fromm is the superintendent and he is being assisted by Mrs. Edwin Lorenz, Susan Kleinmeyer, Pat Robinson, Diane Kleinmeyer, Jerylin Soedt, Mrs. John Gerard, Linda Davies, Helen Doehrmann, Carolyn Hirshbrunner, Mrs. Hertha Stohlmann, Mrs. Leo Fas- Kathryn Heishman, 16, of Amana Killed Sunday Crash Co. C Paving Job Will Be Finished Wednesday; Move Barring delay by accident or weather, the Fred A. Carlson Co. paving crew expected to close the gap on paving County C sometime Twenty-seven eighth graders received their diplomas Friday night at (he graduation exercises of elatheran interparish school, held at Immanuel Lutheran church in York twp. Rev. Erwin M Meyer or of the Our Redeemer Lutheran church in Cedar Falls, was the speaker. Members of the class t top row (left to right): L. Fastenau, principal; Gary Drefke, eighth grade teacher; John Kahler ne Joseph, Sandra Mohr, Kathy Walters, Cynthia Wardenburg, Julie Schaefcr. Second row: Barbara lepohl, Pamela Folkmann, Bruce Heitshusen, Tom Heitshusen, Kenneth Von Ahsen, Jerry Enoch- la Third row: Debra Wille, Susan Folkmann, Donna Baack, Susan Meyer, Sandra Meyer, Annette Mich, Steven Glandorf, Larry Aurich. Fourth row: Lauren Hawkins, Douglas Maas, Dale Trimpe i Sandersfeld, Lowell Kleinmeyer, Richard Uhl uaun, Jeff Schulz. ' ne Martinson Is igli Jump Winner Saturday Meet |jaie Martinson experienced a i of a lifetime Saturday when e m the high jump in the deration girls track meet held kAltoona. She was presented with |Towm she cleared the bar at 4 111 inches. After she had won t event at this height, the bar s raised and she cleared 5 feet i John Cutting entered six ! girls in different events, but e of them placed. |Tte state meet held the week be; MS sponsored by the Girls Me Union. The Saturday. meet under the Amateur Athletic Program ---- ___......... .*•***, j!i»»j, *^\*\f A; oo , ,. tenau, Mrs. Clarence Doefarmann, ra V° ns Mrs. George Petershagen, Cindy *""" Wednesday. Paving reached a point a quarter mile north of the IWV junction last Wednesday. Thursday was a holiday and Friday's rain delayed ope- Swim Lessons Will Be Given at Marengo Pool; Sign Up Now Youngsters interested in taking swimming lessons at the Marengo pool may register at any time at the Bricker store. Lessons w^ll start Monday, June 17. These lessons are given under the Red Cross water safety program. Each youngster pays a transporta.ion fee of $2 only. , Wardenburg, Rebecca Newkirk, Carolyn Hopp, Susan Eckhart, Carol Stangland, Nancy Madoerin, and Mike Kleinmeyer. Mrs. John Schulz is secretary. St. Paul's United Methodist Vacation school opened Monday for one week, with classes in session from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for all ages from kindergarten through the sixth grade. Enrollment was 51 boys and girls. Teachers have attended the After finishing Co. C, it will take two days to move to the new material base in Parnell. The Carlson firm also has the contract to pave County A east of Parnell for a distance of 3.444 miles. I- IS | Newton district training sessions, ; held at North English, and have jhad several meetings for making 1 and completing plans. Staff includes: Mrs. Arlyn Wade, superintendent; Mrs. J. M. Steffcn- ] son, registrar; kindergarten, Mrs. | Charles Hooper; first grade, Sue i Bachman. Jan Melinda Murphy Is Representing WHS Annual Girls State Miss Melinda Murphy,' Williamsburg high school senior, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murphy, went to Cedar Falls Monday where she is participating 'ihis week in the annual Hawkeye Girls State at the University of Northern Iowa. She is sponsored by the local Two Boys Attending i Hawkeye Boys State At Des Moines Camp Larry Zimpleman and ClilT, Romberg, Williamsburg high school ; seniors, left Sunday for Camp Dodge where taey are spending this week at.endnig the annual! Loyalty ,o country, to church, to' gra7e", U Mrs.'''Max oawuma.r Hawkeye Boys State, sponsored by, school and civic organizations was! grade Mrs Clin'on Libby the American Legion i the theme used by Rev. L. H. Au- Mrs. D e a n Garringerfourth . - , They are among 832 boys from I rich, pasotr of St. Paul's Lutheran grade, Mrs. Marion Grant Peggy P romlnent , speakers all points m the state. Boys State church, in his memorial address Evans and Debbie Grant- fifth and ^ e( * including Gov. and Muscatine Golfers Are Memorial Day Best Ball Winners Welk-Petors of Muscatine, proved to be the winning combination in the annual Best Ball tournament played at the Sport Hill Country club Memorial day. Their score was 65. Fifty-nine golfers participated in the tournament. Other prize winners in the championship flight were: J.D.-George Tammer, 68; Miller-Mohr, Mitchcll- Wilga, and Hoover-Stephens, lied for third, 69. There were four prizes in the flight. First flight (four prizes)—Pul- lum-Padlin. 71; Hinkey-Kcrres. 72; unit of the American Legion Aux-1 Riggenbach-Nankies, 73; Snolo- Four Injured South Of Fairfax Sunday; Involving 3 Cars has been called "democracy in action," designated to give them practical training in citizenship >and government. The bays set up Thursday forenoon. Evans and Debbie Grant; fifth and I sixth grade, Mrs. Kendall DeWitt; Patriotism is anotherword to use; nursery, Carol Kahler and Linda in place of loyalty, he said, which Gibson. Helpers include JoAnn Colis defined as love for one's countrv. .. . _. . , *.-• v*\,4i*ii,u uo iu v ^ iuj. um. a v,uuuuv. a ] mythical fiity-lirst state and ( ]t indudes respecl for eustoms an ' d °: ers y ' i traditions, attachment to the land, i and respect ior the laws. Quoting jfrom the Bible he said: "Blessed is the nation whose God is the county and state offices. There are about 60 teachers and professional men on ihe staff. Main speaker will be frov. Harold (Lord" Hughes. Highlight of t.ie week will lingwood, Linda Menary. Becky Bachman, Linda Caddell, Marvc'l McCallister, Debbie Menary, Linda Grant, Carol Shaull, Carol Golden, iliary. There are 304 attending Girls Staie, studying their city, country and state governments through a mythical political system. The girls will hear several during the Harold Hughes. Receives Degree in Accounting at UNI; Position in Colorado be a trip to the state house Friday. Larry Bean, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bean jr., graduated with honor? from the University of (Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls Fri- Patriotism is another word to use i vaca.ion school opened Monday (day j'se;';ing- in McElroy auditor! and Nancy Dubisfaar. Mrs. Rosa Grant and Mrs. Albert Mason have charge of the refreshments. Solbrig. and Olson, tied, 74. Second flight (four prizes)—Har- ko-Eggcrs, 73; Johnson-Brown Good-Gilhart, 75; M o 1 1 e r-Kirk, Iburg-Schultc, 76. Third flight (four prizes)—Ncl- son-Stahl, 77; Rochrkasse-Danc, Crawford-Stewart, 78; WiUe- Dougherty. Henderson-Ambrose, 79. Fourth flight (three prizes)— Boeiim-Boehm. Brock-N o w o t n y, Lindemayer-Milling, 83. Fifth flight (two prizes)—Drib- liss, 85; Fetzer-Jamcs. 90; Miller- Danskin. 90. As the result of a three-car accident on Highway 149 souta of Fairfax Sunday afternoon, Kathrvn Heishman, 16, of Amana was, dead on arrival at Mercy hospital in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Clinton J. Heishman, 40, driver of the • car in which her daughter was riding, was in serious condition .in University hospitals in Iowa City Monday morning with internal and chest injuries. Mrs. i jHeishman and another daughter, Sandra K., '14, were transferred to the University hospitals after treatment at Mercy hospital in Cedar Rapids. Sandra Heishman was in fair condition | Monday with chest and head injur- ' ies. . •' . Driver of one of the other cars, jor, and has signed a contract to [waiter M. Ryan, 52, of Belle Plaine, teach in Marion high school next | was m fair con dition Monday morn- Lynne, Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Larson, received a B.A. degree at. the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls Friday. She was an English ma- fall. She will be employed in the Farmers Trust & Savings bank this summer. |ornado Donations I to Red Cross ; of the urgency, those in . nje of the local tornado fund ™ to send money received to amounting to $95. This was to W. Earl Hall of Mason .chairman of the Red Cross TO disaster fund. This amount Fundamental Church Vacation School Will Open Monday Vacation Bible school begins .P a t»° tic . he concluded. j said, by observing the laws, by be; ing informed about the issues, to j serve one's country in the military ; forces, if need be. Those who re' fuse to serve their country, those who burn their draft cards are not Monday at Fundamental Gospel \..™™*t& f^,',,** ™Z church day, Ju 9 a.m., and ends at 2:30. The stu spe . Pri ' lous CX-SCrVlCC Organizations and auxiliaries paid tribute to at St. .Mary's Catholic church with ;um. He received his bachelor's de- , Local News- . .... Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Smith of Spanaway, Wash., arc the parents an enrollment of 95. Three Francis-We witha maior in accountinE Spanaway, Wash., arc the parents can Sisters from Mt. St. Clare at'fl ^ has a PosiUon wHhHaskeI of their first child a S °" b 2 rn I 3y Clinton are in charge: Sister Pat.'Sri i( T» CPA ir m n r±Lt 30 and weighing 7 pounds. Mrs. charge rick, grades 6-7-8; Sister Maureen, grades 3-4-5; Sister Rita Ann, kin- dergai\en-l-2. Those in the first 'Sells, a CPA firm, in Colorado Springs, Colo., and will begin work in July. Those attending were Mrs. Lar- communion class are: Terry Dillin,| ry Beani Mr . and Mrs G ' g Ai-ir»nlo D«t-» T}»lnM C7 nU...n_*C u .„ .y * .. -—,- v .. o ^ Angela Petz, Don Rourke, Brian Mark Schwarting, McDonough, it will be forwarded MI as it is received. Contribu- * may be made to Aljce An «s at the town hall, secretary of tWamsburg Community club ! "^the ftind raising. ^WJinTers trarmbesr Prizes A *»- consisting of 2 werereceiv- Mrs. Vincent Heitman, Terry Stockman, Ev- Runner. up i n at the Uni- contest to be Plaine was were dents are to bring -a sack lunch for the noon meal. Teachers for the week are: Nursery department, Jolene Gorsh and irown; kindergarten, Phyllis primary, Betty Dietrich; young juniors, Janet Brown and Sharon Adamson; older juniors, Dolores Dietrich, and youth, Florence Dietrich. Kathy Bahr is handcraft director and music is directed by Esther Dietrich. •Rev. Norman Adamson is the vacation school director. All children three years old through ninth grade are welcome. The closing program will be held Friday evening, June 14, at 7:30. those who had served their eoun- Dick Munson, Steve Williams, Lynn •ry. The band "America the Beautiful" and "The Williamsburg high school played two selections Truman Boland, com- i manders of the V.F.W. and American Legion posts, respectively, were in charge of the program, held in the down town park. The service concluded with a salute to the dead by the firing squad, and taps followed by the echo. A large crowd attended the service, with sunshine and mild temperature prevailing. Parade to the park was led by lhe color guard composed of members of both ex-service Ahlburg, Darlene Finnegan. The First United Presbyterian school opened with 42 enrolled. Theme is "God's World." Staff includes: Mrs. Cris Evans, Mrs. George Loupee, Susan Lcrtz, kindergarten, 17 enrolled; Mrs. Myron Heitman, Margaret Watkins, primary, 12 enrolled; Mrs. Stuart Blythe, Mrs, Robert Watkins, junior, 12 enrolled. Dolores Dietrich Is Home from School; Is Visiting Roommate Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dietrich re- home Friday from Omaha, David E. West, 33, Of Parnell Dies at Sigourney Hospital Requiem Mass was offered Monday morning jizations, thefirmg squad the \Vil. iNebr brj 'hamsburg high scnool band mem-| d Dietrich and her bers of the ex-service auxilianes.j iwmmat ' Karen Frei who had and Girl Scouts. i Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts. ub Scouts an ir cous. i been attending Grace Bible insti . in connection with her ritual . ol t tu , e at Omaha . overnight guests Rcli et corps i, . Mis.. re r Women's aflt Joseph's church : Stella Hanson also took note of the ^Vfred PaWll bv°Re% D C Bro^e for llact that it was 100 years ago when! P a Mr a, David 'Eugene' West 33 \4o! General John Logan, .commander died Saturday morning at Kcokuk County hospital, Sigourney, after J3Q several mon.hs illness. Casket- jMemoiidl daj-May M, bearers were Stanley Kolosick., Arlyn Wade, Bill Doughtery, Gene i Cobb, Richard Miller and Ross,' Knipfer. Interment English cemetery. Born at North English, Dec. 4,1 1934, his parents were Milo and j Qf Ke ,, ers f or ™ , va n Sunda> , in was in berth , * ™ « my Lynette Jos eph, who Sunday at St. Paul's * y Amy is the 1934, his parents were Milo an w j hs of Genevieve Griffin West. He attend- •^f in ^ sburg Mrs . Daryle Blythe < Wi 1 " a " D1 J " . - isburg ed Parnell . elementary, Yank)e < Wi 1 " a "f? Dm1 r English high school. After gradual- ing he was employed at the Fail- store before farming with his father until he became ill. Hie married Sue Barker on Oct. 31, 1959 at Immaculate Catholic church in Cedar Rapids. He was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic church, Parnell, and was interested in sports, history, and his fellow man. Survivors are his widow and three sons, Mike, 7, Keith, 6, and Matt, 3, and his parents. Mrs Victor Mrs. Duf- 'held ' Onna % oNerved Thursday forenoon with towi » IP* •* M °' d «* "H" ***** to '' of Wars and the fy's 'mother, Mrs. Max Stanerson of Marengo served as proxy sponsor. The honoree's mother is the former Karen Stanerson. Attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Joseph; Mr. and Mrs. Daryle Blythe; Mr. and Mrs. , of Iowa City; Mr. Stanerson and Kel|cy Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Staner- son of Marengo; the Howard Latch- ams; Mrs. Ellen Olson; Mrs. Evelyn Heisel, Fern Olson and Mrs. Mildred Sampson all of Grinnell. * * * Illinois Young People Spend Night in Church A group of eight United Presbyterian young people from the church of Newton, 111. and their pastor Rev. Charles Sweitzer and three sponsors spent Monday night sleeping in sleeping bags in the basement of the local church. The group had been engaged in a work camp experience on the Indian reservation at Cherry Creek, S. Dak. and were returning to Illinois. Rev. Sweitzer is a brother Ralph Sweitzer. Mr and Mrs. Carl Mayer and Candis of Redwood Falls, Minn., came Sunday and will visit until Thursday in the home of their son, the Garwood Mayers. Mr. Mayer is a member of the Williamsburg faculty. of Frei of Frei of Telford, Pa. Dolores accompanied the Pennsylvanians when they left Bean, jr., Leslie and Don, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bean, Mr. and Mrs. Max Cronbaugh and Donnie, Mrs. Helen Cronbaugh, Mrs. John Haas, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Disterhoft and Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Haas, Kim and Tarn. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bean were hosts at a reception in the Max Cronbaugh home and others present besides these mentioned above were John Haas, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Hinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Cronbaugh, Rick and Pam, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Cronbaugh, ing in the intensive care , unit of Mercy hospital \vith a cut on the i head and broken ribs. Mrs. Ryan was released after treatment at the hospital. The driver of the third car, John B. Farmer, 38, of 3642 Red Bud road, NE, Cedar Rapids, was not injured. The highway patrol said the southbound Heishman car went out of control when its driver tried to slop for the southbound Farmer car, which was stopped to make a left turn onto county road two, three-quarters of a mile south of Fairfax. The Heishman car struck the rear of the Farmer car before sliding into the northbound lane, where it was struck broadside by the Ryan car, the highway patrol said. Smith is the former Eileen Glandorf daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Glandorf. Alt. and Mrs. Francis Tomasck of Grinnell and Miss Ermal Evans of Denver, Colo., spent Memorial day here and called on Mildred, Jeanette and Ivor James and oth- j er friends. They joined Dr. and' Mrs. Arthur Long of Des Moines] for a six o'clock dinner at the Colony Village before returning to their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Caffelt and family of Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. R. G Naughton of Cedar Rapids spent Memorial day in Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Sailer home. Family members observing the Curt and Lori, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thursday birthday of Marvin Blinkensop and Mr. and Mrs I Bricker were the Marv Brickers of Grace Mahan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mahan, received her B. A. degree at the University of .Vorthern Iowa at Cedar Falls Friday. She has signed a contract to teach upper elementary grades in the Cedar Rapids system, at the Madison school. George Blinkensop. Republican Women to Hear Vice Chairman At Tuesday Dessert The state Republican vice chairman, Mrs. Pat Pardun will be speaker at the Iowa county Republican women's meeting Tuesday, June 11. Mrs. Pardun of Brandon will be with the group for the 1-30 the public. Saturday to spend a week with her M £, Pa ' rlun roommate. W. J. Coffman Will Not Be Candidate for State Legislature After serving six terms in the Iowa legislature, W. J. (Bill) Coff- is an outstanding speaker and has been active in the Republican party a number of years, said Mrs. Robert Wallace, program chairman for the county group. Mrs. Wallace urged members to remember that this will be a guest day meeting. man of North English has an-j Community Theatre to Meet Mon. Night 7:30 nounced that he will not be a candidate for reelection. "Since this is the^syear of the 'drop-outs'," he said, "I am going to add another name to the list. I am not withdrawing because of being afraid of defeat as I have had opposition every time I ran. It is because of my health and my insurance business that I am forced to do this." Prior to his serving in the legislature, he was Iowa county clerk of court for two terms, a member of the North English council for four terms and mayor one term. Father Columba Kelly Visits Parents Father Columba Kelly OSB arrived last Monday by plane from St. Meinrad Archabbey at St. Meinrad, Ind., and has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ifelly, the past week. He left Tuesday for Ft. Wayne, Ind., and Clevelnad, O., where he will attend committee meetings of the National Catholic Music Educators association. He was elected chairman of the 1 iturgical commission at the NCMEA convention which he attended in Houston, Tex., hi April. Beginning June 15 he will be teaching at St. Joseph's college in Rensslear, Ind., which is connected with De Paul university of Chicago, and in September will be back at St. Meinrad teaching in the college and seminary. A meeting of the Community Theatre group will be held Monday evening at 7:30 in Messer auditorium and it is urged that all interested persons attend even though they did not attend the previous organizational meeting. Special speaker for the evening will be Mrs. John Schuppert of Iowa City who will talk on the Iowa City Community theatre. Also present wilj be,Mrs. Carol Beals representing the University theatre. DeputTsheriff Will Attend Police Academy Camp Dodge 4 Weeks Jim Walters, Iowa county deputy sheriff, has been accepted for the first class of the Iowa Law Enforcement academy at Camp Dodge. The class will start June 24 and continue for four weeks, said William Spurrier, Iowa county sheriff. Softball Team Has Games Friday, Sunday The Williamsburg softball team has two games on schedule this weekend. It will be Williamsburg vs. Marengo No. 2 Friday night at 8:30. Here will be a doubleheader Sunday night, with York vs. Victor at 7 o'clock, and Williamsburg vs. Marengo No. 1 at 8:30. I Fairfield and the Harlan Glan- I dorf's of Cedar Rapids who with Mrs. Bricker all went out for sup- pe.r On Friday night the Brickers were invited for a birthday supper at the Rodney Oakes home in Cedar Rapids. Miss Helen Dohcrty of Joliet, 111. was the guest of honor at a dinner Friday evening at the Middle America restaurant. Others sharing the courtesy were classmates of Miss Dohety: Mrs- J. V. Driscoll, Miss Rosetta Gaffney, Miss Alma Edwards, Mrs. Carl Kuch, and Mrs. George Petershagen. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Doty entertained their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Perrin with a turkey dinner in their home Tuesday evening in honor of their 41st wedding anniversary. Mrs. Oscar Glandorf and Mrs. j Carl Kuch joined Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Mader on a trip la Birmingham, Mich., May 24. Mrs. Glandorf remained in Flint, Mich., for a visit with the Gerald Brohn's. The Maders and Mrs. Kuch stopped in Valparaiso and Fort Wayne, Ind., enroute home arriving last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. "White and Margaret Ann took Mrs. Steve Carpenter, Sheila and Cindy of Mt. Prospect, 111., to the Starved Bock park in Illinois on Thursday where they met Mr. Carpenter and had a picnic, Mrs. Carpenter and girls were returning home after attending the graduation of her sister Margaret Ann White. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Durr of Sandy, Ore., arrived heer two weeks ago Monday and are staying with his sister, Mrs. Tom Ramsell in Marengo. They are also visiting their daughter, the John Finnegan family and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Ray Scales and Don Jackson of Hillside, 111., attended the graduation of Grace Mahan from the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls Friday evening and then spent Saturday and Sunday in the home of Mrs. Arnold Schmidt and family. On Sunday Mrs. Schmidt took the Illinois guests and her family to the Nickerson Farm for dinner and also visited the Colony House. Don Schmidt returned home Monday from the University of Northern Iowa to spend the summer al home. Bill Lillis, Al Mews Receive Degrees at Creighton, Wartburg Among the graduates at Creighton university in Omaha, Neb., Monday was William J. Lillis, son of Mrs. James Lillis, who received his law degree. While attending Creighton he was a member of Phi Alpha Delta, professional legal fraternity; Young Democrats, and the Student Bar association. Al Mews jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert M«ws, was graduated from Wartburg college at Waverly at the anual commencement held Friday, May 24. He received a B.A. degree in biology and physical education. He plans to teach but has not signed a contract at this time. Judy Doschadis to * Have Employment at Lake Ozarfc Resort Judy Doschadis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Doschadis, left Friday for the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri, where she will be employed as waitress and maid during the summer at Swydon's Seascape, a summer resort. The resort is not unfamiliar to Judy, the Doschadis family having vacationed there a number of times. Miss Betty Lower, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lower of Parnell, received her bachelor of science in business degree from Mt. Mercy college in Cedar Rapids. She has signed a contract to teach at Shellsburg next fall. i Begin Construction Ralph Silva House Work is in progres-s on a new home located on West Welsh st. just north of the tennis courts. It is being built for Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Silva and son. It will be 26 by .42. feet, three bedrooms, with attached garage. Mr. Silva is employed by Mayberry Electric. Gerald T, Caraey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Carney, received an associate degree in applied science at Iowa;State university at Ames Saturday, May 25. He majored In electronics technology. He will be employed as a systems programmer in the data processing department at Iowa State university;. Sport Hill Swimming Pool Opens Memorial Day, Well Patronixed The Sport Hill Country club swimming pool opened its season Thursday with Nancy Engel, life•guard on duty. As many as 20 children were in the pool during the afternoon,. Tberq was bright sunshine and moderate temperature to 9pen. the pool season. Memorial Service for Mrs. Jessie L. Foster Mrs L. T. Walker of Houston, Tex., Mr, and Mrs. James R- Ellsaesser of Great Falls, Mont., Rober. Foster, Peter, Polly and Jennie of Falls Church, Va., and Everett Foster of Charles City will arrive Saturday and spend through .Monday in WiUiamsbui>g. A memorial service will be held at Oak Hill cemetery at 10 a.m., Monday, June 1ft in memory of their mother, Mrs. Jessie L. Foster. Mrs. Foster died on Nov. 30 at Bakersfield, Calif., at the age of 93, Cremation services were held Dec. 2 at Greenlawn Chapel there. Mrs. Foster was born Sept. 20, 1874. Rev. J. M. Steffenson will conduct the Memorial service with Jones Funeral home to charge. Mrs; Walker and Mrs. EUsaesser will be rembered as, Geraldine and Evelyn Foster. Friends of the Foster family ^re invited to. the George Meyer home on Saturday to greet the outof-staters. Attends Daughter's Graduation At University of Northern Iowa Mrs. Leo Mahan and Dean and Mrs. Mary Schmidt and Renee went to Cedar Falls Friday to attend Baccalaureate and Commencement and to see Mrs. Mahan's daughter Grace receive her degree from Northern Iowa University. Also attending were Mrs Ray Scales and Don Jackson of Hillsside, 111. The Illinois folk were overnight guests in the Leo MBhan and Clarence Reynolds homes and the Edward Mahans were Thursday evening guests