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LARGE NUMBER TO GRADUATE IN EXERCISES TO BE HELD ON .TUNE 4 Mt. Carroll III., May 17.—Frances 3hlmer Junior college will observe tit eighty-first commencement on June 4 when Ihtrly-ono academy seniors and twenty-five college ophomores will receive diplomas. Seniors graduates include: Laura Allen, Peorla; Elizabeth Boldenweck, Wlnnclka; Mary Colemnn, Chicago; Marjorio Cooper, Onss- away, West Virginia; Mary Bea Dickey, Cicero; Helen Eikcr, I/eon, Iowa; Mary Jnne Fowcll, Highland Park; Betty Fergus, Van Wcrt, Ohio; Elizabeth Folz, Chicago; Wlnnlfrcd Hanby, Carroll, Iowa; Mary Henry, Chicago; Betty Hens?,cy, Oconomowoc, Wls.; Mildred Hoffman, Chicago; Ruth Hoyle, McNabb, 111.; Oayle Hubbarcl, Berwyn; Anna Jane (Jerry) Isclln, Chicago; Jean Keck, Chicago; Betty Lemon and Dorothy Lemon, Pratt, Kansas; Jeanne Lepine, Chicago; Adelaide Lewis, St. Joseph, Jcanrwtta Mershon, Nathaniel Miles Jr.; Luverta Neuschwanger, Dorothy Ncllson, Buzntta Petty, Erma Robbe, Isabella Robbc; Rob ert Rummel, Grace Sack, Walter Sack, William Schaut, Marie Belplc, Ronald Smith, Kathryn Stakcmlllcr, Florence Stegcr, Helen Swlngley, Veneta Swltzer, John Teeter, Eugene Wedding, ROM Williams, Wayne Williams, Robert Williamson, List Grade School Class Thirty-five eighth grade «tu- Mich.; Minn.; Jen n Mary Lilllc, Olive Peorla; Marjorio McNab, Piano, 111.; Gwendolyn Mershon, Koithsburg; Margaret Miller, Montlccllo, Iowa; Jean Ramage, Evanston; Edith Turner, Poorla; Jean Watt, Hins- dalo; Nancy Wheeler, Peorla; Ruth Wilson, Chicago, College sophomores are: Winnifred Beck, Benton, Wls.; Louise Black, Perry, Iowa; Irene Brown, Spring Valley; Helen Campbell, Mt. Carroll; Helen Card, Eaton Rapids, Mich,; Leonora Carpenter, Iron Mountain, Mich.; Martha Jane Fields, South Bend, Ind.; Ruby Fritz, Mt. Carroll; Martha Jane Hoffman, Clinton, Iowa; Lucille Keim, Mt. Carroll; Marian Kclley, Amarlllo, Texas; Judie • Lambie, Amarlllo, Texas; Florence Larsen, Mt. Carroll; Irma Lower, Lanark; Florence Mattoon, Chicago; Vivian Mercer, Corning, Iowa; Dorothy Morthland, Hammond Ind.; Harriet Owen, Mt. Carroll; Betty Plnkncy, Oak Park; Florence Schneider Mt, Carroll; Arlo Schnepf, Alvord, Iowa; Gladys Weldman, Mt. Carroll; Virginia Wilcox, Morris; Katharine Wulflng, Chicago; Helen Young, Morris. High School Graduate* 35 Mt. Carroll high school will graduate a class of thirty-five this spring. Students who will receive diplomas are: Luelia Appcl, Floyd Boyer, Claude Buxton, Ray Coady, Ruby Craig, j John Dorrer, Georgia Downing, Alleen Frank, William Gray, 1\(Tn »«t tin /*3imnr.1*... TTU 1- _1 vr-t — - Nettle Nichols ho* announced the following pupll/j who will receive diplomas: Helen Davis, Ethel DIttsworth Vivian Downing, Vivian Edmonds Fern Emmert, Eva May Fickes, Claire Hawk, Gaylc McGrath, Jollta Mertz, Charlotte Miller, Srnma Mummert, Vcrl Musser, Dorothy Obcrhelrn, Frances Poffenberger, Betty Rhodes, Frances Roskc, Gladys Schall, Vera Schamberger, Iva Ma* Seipln, Charlotte Sprecher, Virginia Wachtel, Kathlyn Elscnhour, Edwin Crouse, Sheldon DeNIcr, Lee Derrcr, Wilbur Dlvllbiss, Robert Grove, Allan Hartman, Robert Hartman, Lyle Irwln Guy Ncuschwanger, Bill Rhodes, James Schaitt, Carder Wilcox, and Leonard Guenzler, Martha Guenzler, Ethel Knim, Stanton Kenslnger, APPLE RIVER MEMORIAL DAY PLANS ARE NEAR COMPLETION Apple River, ill., May 17—Me- Rochcstor, mortal day exercises will be held In Mackemer, the forenoon, at' Apple River this year, similar to last year's procedure. A program consisting of musical numbers and speaking will take place at the opera house at 10 o'clock In the morning. At the conclusion of the exercises at the opera house, the customary observance of Memorial day will take place at the cemeteries, The services at the cemeteries will bo conducted by the Albert-Shelby post of the American Legion. The following committees have boon appointed to assist In carrying out the observance of the day. Speaker—Dr. C. A. Brink, chairman; D. H. Wilson, I. T. Hume. Finance—G. J. Ople, chairman; F. W. Craig, Fred Brant. Music—Jean Murphy, chairman; Mrs. Charles Price, Mrs. D. H. Wilson. Ferns—G. J. Opie, chairman; Louis Haeker, Joseph' T. Craig. Flowers and decorations—Mrs. Elizabeth Llchtenberger, chairman; Mrs. Florence Hoffman, Mrs. Robert Troy, Mrs. Robert Cashman, Mrs. E. J. White, Mrs. J. T. Hume, Mrs. J. T. Craig, Mrs. Harve Anschutz, Mrs. Charles Mullen, Mrs. Frank Wlnans, Miss Lucille Holland, Mrs. Olive Lathlean, Mrs. Garfield Bon- Jour, Mrs. C. A. Brink, Mrs. James Russell. Automobiles—Stlegner and Russell, McFaclden and Tyson, Leo W. Charlton. School children and others desiring to contribute flowers for decorating purposes are asked to leave them at the opera house not later than 8 o'clock on the morning, of May 30th. i Larson, in to $12 the toll. the and was was the organization at Friday provide Aid This owner says:

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  2. 17 May 1934, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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    Mt. Carroll graduations

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