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79—No. 123 Can-oil, Iowa, Monday, May 21, I'M*-Ton Pages Delivered by Carrier Boy to lh« HpnM Euch Evening 23 Cent! Ptt WW* Coon Rapids Woman Dies Of Injuries Today's youth must be "wary aggressive." That was the advice Riven Carroll high school seniors last night the Rev. Fr. Arthur S. PoeckeH, of St. Lawrence church. Fr. spoke at annual baccalaureate exercises In the high auditorium. Asserting that "the enemies of beset you on every side." Catholic priest warned the to "put on the armor of for defense and use the weapons of God for attack." "If you depend on your edu­ cation alone, you will fail, for false prtnelplen prevail," the sjicukcr declared. He said they inspire and guide men who arc successful and are the first enemies which have to be met nnd conquered. "The ordinary man will halt and doubt and yield. The home, the church and the school have given him theories. He sees facts. They arc eloquent. They are enough to deceive even the fleet. They will deceive anyone whose view of life is partial, who discounts the. laws of Coil who liven merely for time. i * * * "YOU are not mere Hpecks of dust upon the chariot of time; you are not grains of sand lost in an illimitable universe, you arc not mere mechanical robots, nor isj your human nature a mangy, j measly thing to be pitied, despised : and reviled," he asserted. j He observed "that all (he j evil in the world, all the evil principles In the world can- j not east you down, unless you cast down yourself." "X »ok forward." Father t'oeekea urged the class, "and move forward forward with courage and intelligence intelligence to meet ,'md solve the problems problems which will face you and your fellowman. Have confidence, be loyal to your convictions, that your actions spring from one motive, motive, the advancement of the common common good." Fr. I'oeckes delivered the main address at the school exercises. The program began at 8 p. rn.. , with processional, "Pomp and Circumstance" Circumstance" (Klgar), played by Miss Velrna Radcbaugh, music In­ structor. Madrigal group sang "God So Loved the World" i Stuin<-rj. aft< r which invocation was pronounced by the Iti'v. Robert. M. Peters, pastor pastor of the Methodist church. Marilyn Collison sarg "Tie- Lord's Prayer" (Malottci. and the girls' glen ejuh, "Hear My Prayer" Prayer" (Mendelssohn). Following the address, the hoys' glee elub tang "Like a. Mighty Eagle" f ,Spoh r-Luvaas). Benediction Benediction was pronounced by the Rev. .John K. WlK-atley. pastor of the Presbyterian church. The reces­ sional, "March of the Priests from A t h a I i a" I .Mi -mM.'-sohni was played by Miss Radebaugh. * * * TO STl'DKNTS who v.-ill receive receive their diplomas, the clergyman clergyman .said; "View it as an entrance into the city of the King, who 'will bind thee by such vows a- is a shame. ;i man not bound by, yet thee which no man (merely a- man ) can keep.' " "Remember your real jfreat- ness as well as your real sphere of Influence, is to be lound, mil so much in sludics in learning, and In social work, Iml within yourselves, in the high cliaraeler of your manliness manliness and womanliness." 7' IK - graduates- were told that true education does not. halt at intellectual training. "The mere sharpening of wits, the hare training of the inleJIet'l, the naked acquisition of science, while they increase th- power for good, likewise the power for evil, I"r. Pneelus . . . See Page U • ••••••• Rites Tomorrow For Mr., Mrs. Henry Heuton Couple Foumd Dead In Home Early Sunday Coroner's Jury Returns Murder and Suicide Verdict at Inquest Funeral services for Mr. and Henry N. Heuton, whom Tom J. Finegan said were dead at their home here yesterday, will be held at p. m., Tuesday at the Methodist church. Sheriff Finegan reported ""the of the aged couple were between 8 and 9 a. m., yesterday by their son, Roy, a farmer living near here. ' * * * SHERIFF Finegan said Mrs. throat had been slashed. was found lying in bed. Mr. TO GET DEGREE . . . Norma Jean Wills of < 'airoli is one of 414 persons scheduled to receive receive degrees »1 Hie (J7th an­ nua) commencement of Drake university, Des Moines, May 81. Miss Wills, who lias IMMMI active Carolyn Bolger Honor Pupil of Rural Schools Grade Average 91; Presented Presented At Promotional Exercises Saturday Carolyn Bolger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bolger of near Glldden, was named honor pupil of the 1948 Carroll county eighth grade graduating class at the rural rural school commencement exercises at Carroll high school auditorium Saturday. A pupil of Union No. I school, Carolyn posted an average of 04 to lead the 42 eighth grade pupils in final averages, Mrs. Mary Moore, county superintendent, disclosed. disclosed. Arab Rejection K Of Cease-Fire Order Is Seen British Tell Arab Plan To Ask U. N. For 36-Hour Extension BULLETINS LONDON, ENGLAND l.-l 'i— The Sritish For-ign office reported reported tonight an Arab plan to seek a 36-hour extension of a United Nations ceasefire order expir-ng at noon, (EST). The Rev. Fr. Arthur S. Poeekes LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y. i/P> — \ liigh Arab representative said .oday the Arab countries would not agree to an unconditional unconditional eease-fin in Palestine. The J-ws have announced they would stop fighting if the Arabs would. Expect 500 at Mount Carmel Dinner May 27 '. Between 400 and 500 persons Truck Backs Up, Runs Over Mrs. Petty, 48 Housekeeper, Mother Of 7, Working- in Guthrie County Farm Field Mrs. Grace Petty, 48, of Coon Rapids, died at 10 a. m. today at St. Anthony hospital where she had been taken Saturday night with serious injuries as the result of being run over by a truck. Mrs. Petty, mother of icvcn children, worked as a housekeeper housekeeper on the Tom Mlkkelsen farm eight and a half miles south of Coon Rapids in Guthrie Guthrie county. * * * THE accident occurred about p. m. Saturday, Mrs. Louis McCurdy, McCurdy, Coon Rapids, a distant relative relative of Mrs. Potty's, told The Daily Times Herald. Mrs. McCurdy said that Mr Mlkkelsen was burning brush in a field and that the fire got too close to the truck. Mr. Mlkkelsen backed the truck up suddenly and backed over Mrs. Petty, the Coon Rapids woman said. The attending physician reported reported that Mrs. Petty received Internal Internal chest injuries, back injuries and a broken leg. * * * FUNERAL services will be held at Cumberland, la., hospital officials officials here said. The Rolland, Peacock Peacock and Baxter funeral home of Atlantic is in charge. In addition to the seven children, children, one of whom is married, Mrs. Petty is survived by threo brothers and two sisters. Her husband husband 'hid several years ago. Shr had lived near Coon Rapids for over a year.

Clipped from Carrol Daily Times Herald24 May 1948, MonPage 1

Carrol Daily Times Herald (Carroll, Iowa)24 May 1948, MonPage 1
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