1943 Wapello Muscatine News Tribune 4.22.1943

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1943 Wapello Muscatine News Tribune 4.22.1943 - 22, 1943 [ ' Theater Party Is Enjoyed By PEO...
22, 1943 [ ' Theater Party Is Enjoyed By PEO Sisterhood Wapello —Members of Chapter ET of the PEO Sisterhood" were guests at a theater parly given by Mary Katherine Powell at the home of Mrs. T. E. Minor for a short business session preceding the movie, -Plans were discussed for the state convention to be held at,'Davenport the-second week in May. Chapter ET is one of the hostess chapters. ' Mrs. Jessie Torode is the delegate- f.rom 'the Wapello chapter and Louise Cling of Mediapolis is one of the guards. Several members of Chapter. ET will attend a tea at Davenport, Sunday afternoon, May 9, for all the hostess chapters: The next regular meeting will be in two weeks at the home of Mrs. Leyda. Mail Carriers Hosts. The Wapello mail carriers, entertained entertained the other Louisa county carriers at a kettledrum dinner Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Emma Williamson. Separate business business meetings of the men and the auxiliary club were held after which a social evening was enjoyed enjoyed playing cards. The Mediapolis carriers will entertain the group next month, Mrs. R. H. Brockway arrived Monday-night from Philadelphia, Pa., for an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. Willia Hawkins Mrs. Brockway had spent severa] months in the east with her husband husband who is in service in the navy. Tri-T Meets. . Chapter G of Tri-T held theii regular meeting Tuesday night a the Red Cross rooms at the courl house. Sixteen" members were present and made 658 bandages for the Red Cross. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs Paul Beik, vice president, in the absence of the president. Reports o£ committees were given and plans were made for a specia meeting May 18 at the home of Mrs. George Oakes and Stella Willets. An assisting committee Mrs. Mildred Deihl, Mrs. A. A Hook, Mrs. Wilson McNeil and VIrs. F. G. Hooki :.was •-.appointed by the. president. Graduation-Event!. The graduating class of.;.. 1943 has .sent invitations'for the commencement commencement exercises to be held at 8:00 p. m. Thursday, April 29, at the high school auditorium. Dr. Stanley B. Niles, "president "of Iowa Wesleyan college, Mt. Pleasant, Pleasant, will be the - commencement speakers Dr. J. R. Fraser, pastor of the Wapello Presbyterian -church, will address the class at the baccalaureate baccalaureate service Sunday evening, April 25th. .On Friday night, April 23, the Senior class play,' "Everybody's Crazy" will be given at the high school auditorium. . . .: Record Class.. This is the largest class in the history of Wapello'high .school, 54 receiving their diplomas April 29, besides three boys in service, John Springer, Eugene Hamilton and Robert Weiser who will not be present. Dorothy Winder is valedictorian of the class salutatorian. and John Hanson Other members maintaining an average o£ 90 or above for the four years of high school work are: Everett Deihl, Alice Huff, Irene Huff, Barbara Hook, Patsy Swafford, Jessie Walker, • Mrs. Seattle, Mrs. returned where her She Mrs. Of died near He governorship Frank out tion in Democrat Since in remained church crusades, when T JSE Golden Dipt tor ^ meats, fiah, poultry,, u precision mixed with lary milk, eggi and dientl—tven tenoning. Golden Dipt make* taitier, easier to costs only half as much homemade mixes. IT'S DEXTRINIZEO. INSTEAD OF

Clipped from The Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune22 Apr 1943, ThuPage 11

The Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune (Muscatine, Iowa)22 Apr 1943, ThuPage 11
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