PAGE TW6 Â»4flOTTA MEPOfttML HA8OTA, IOWA WEDNESDAY. MAV .. 'Â»Â«Â· flt.^ __ Entered ab Mxoncl Ja^ mattei, December 20, 1943, at the pot olfice Jt N'aslui . U .Â· "i, undei the Act of March 3, 1879 PUBLISHED EVLRY WFDNtSDAY AT NASHUA. IOWA LEQXABUSCHlNGXMrs. C. D.) I ditor and Publisher NATIONAL D!TORIAL_ ASSOCIATION Ofiui.il 1'jpu ha l o u n ol Na liua and Chickasaw County in so many words. "Good Luck, and May God Bless You." "Ibe Keporier also hope s tnat you will Keep your copy ol the paper along with the rest of your iouvemers of your graduation clays from dear old Nashua High. And that as the years roll along MARUAND-- (Continued from Page 1) been a patient suilerer. He was faithfully cared for by his wife and only sister, wtoo survive him. Also surviving are three daughters and one son: Mrs. Adali O'Bannon and Mrs. Laura Crooks And that as the years roil amins vÂ«-uÂ«uu ~j- Â»~- -~-^ AVTIf it will be one ot your most trea- of Storm Lake; Mrs Emma Gehrt Jured possess.on to keep fresh in of Bradgate and Thomas U Jr.. of your garde" ot memory, those inemls anu acquaintances of your youlhlul days. ^continued lro*n Page 1) e~ Odett i b torbe s ut hom*i ana Mrs L,auretla riT cnnsten- M.H 01 ceuar tam lour granu- tor 1 DUOKUL-- Tills I-.-U' Â«-f Tne Na-Oni i Ro- poitci is ikilit. itnl lo the C! iss ot 19-13 ol N.I h u t l l n ' h mil \ \ i t h it the homo town p i p - 1 extends Congiatulatiotis and Bt-st Wishes to each nuli\ ulu it in the UTSS In thii is_ii(.- o! tin J!.iK.tter i^emberi. 01 UK Ch ^ of 10-18 \ou \\ill find mi s iÂ«;i-, t i o m N tshua bubines men llie^c special mes-, sages lnÂ» e b on i m l u l l j cho-eii | \Mth ou in miiul a"l \\c trust i t h a t \ou \\ill i t nl c ich on*. It i^ the v. 'Mi of the business firm \\nose signature } ou s ee accom- p l i n i n g the m'Si,aae. to reach ou with a \void of greeting, to tell "U sonvth'iig that time r.o, ,,ipoiuuiilj doi'i not allow tha 1 business turn to s iy to each one ol jou peiMn.illj The printed mtssifte ib loi ou Class of 1948 mil Hie Ripoitei hopes jou w i l ncci pt it as such, as though Jim Chenoweih, Mike Juhl Burton White- just to mention a few. had g ^i eel jou b the h md. and ^ ' f A GRADUATES VARIETY FAIR STORE OPAL CANTY . UnKlrcn, one broilier, b. C be:, 01 MuiiieesDoro. 'ienn ui. Jbotbes joined the Masonic onier at Kayette in ISHM, and uu- ited w u n tne Bran lord lodge soon aitei coming to Nashua he c~me to Nashua in 11MM. when he took o\ei the of lice ol Dr. W. B wood, where he continued practice lor lorty years, when he wao obliged to retire Dr. Forbes held in highest esteem the man wtio wa s honest and upright ant! these two qualities are those that diicribe and delineate him amons his friends and acquaintances For the past several year s and foi the last five monthsi that he was bedfast, he has been com petentl cared for m his home by nurse Mrs. Anna Simmons. Funeral services were conducted on Tuesday afternoon at 2.30 at the Chenoweth Funeral home with the Rev F L Hanscom of ficiating Bunal was in Greenwood cemetery with the Masonic older in charge. P E. STUART, M. D. C W CLARK, M D Associated in the Practice of Medicine and Surgery Office First Door West of FlrÂ»t Nashua State Bank Office Hours: 1 to 4, 7 to 8:30 PJn. Sundays, 11:00 a. m. to 12:99 noon OFFICE PHONE -- DIAL 2881 Rolfe. Also 25 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Maitland celebrated their 60th wedding annl versary at Rolfe in June 1946 He accepted Christ as his Sav Â·our In 1934 and was baptized and affiliated with the Nashua Assembly of God Church where he was faithful In attendance as long a s hi s health permitted. Short funeral services were held at the Mclntyre funeral home at Rolfe at 12 30 p m. Monday and at the United Brethem church at GoodeH in charge of Rev. Kenneth Fagleman of Em metsburg Bunal was In the Amsterdam cemetery near Goodell Pall bearers were six grandsons: Jimmy and Baurence Mailland Ralph Crooks. Johnny Peterson Doyle Levosey and Burt Larson Granddaughters Dorothy Maitland and Norma O'Bannon had charge of the flowers assisted by Mrs Sidney Halford of Ventura. Iowa. iMr Maitland lived near Nashua from 1930 and rrtoved Into town m 1939 In the fall of 1945 they moved to Rolfe to be near their son. Thomas, and daughter, Mrs GÂ«hrt Attending from Nashua were Mr and Mrs Ivan Moon. Mrs Florence Chadwick and Mrs Ted Dann FANGMAN(Continued from Page 1) many years and was the 8th grade teacher at the Nashua Public school during the last three years of her teaching. In later years she wa s the bookkeper m her father's hardware store in Nashua, and at the time of her death had a class 01 thirty-two piano pupils. Louise Fangman was a faithfu* worker in her church, where she will be greatly missed. Her life was spent In service to her community and her family She took care of her mother who passed dwty in 1S24, ncr fatncr who HC- ceded her m death m 1937, and her brother. Leo. who died in 1942. She was also preceded In death by a brother, Lawrence, who was killed in France In 1918 She Is survived by one brother Norbert Fangman of Nashua, three sisters, Mrs. Smith Gogg 01 Nashua, Sister Mary Lawrence of Sioux City. Iowa, and Sister Mary Helene of' Dubque. and a number of nieces and nephews A solemn requiem high mass will be held on Wednesday at 9.30 ajn. at St Michael's Catho- nc church with the Rev Father Louis Flynn as the celebrant, assisted by Father Stirm of New* Hrmpton and Father Terring ot Jesup Bunal will be m St Michael's Catholic church cemetery at Nashua LOCAL ITEMS Maurice Waite returned to his home Thursday after being a pa tient at the hospital at "*?Â£Â· City and at the Convalescent home m New Hampton fo r sevwd weeks, suffering from a broken leg The cast was removed from the leg the first of the week. Clarence Bahlman, who nves near Plamfield. Is suffering.from serious injuries to hi s right hana. caused when his hand was ac- ddently crushed between a sledge hammer and a post which was b*!ng driven into the ground. Mr. and Mrs- William Cargih were called to Ceylon, Minnesota wher e funeral services were held on Tuesday afternoon for Tom Cargill. 40. brother of the Nashua nun. who died at the hosP ltal in St Paul on Saturday Mr and Mrs Cargill went to Arnolds Park, where they joined Mrs. Car gill's son. W Hmschaw, and al. motored to Cejlon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lmd quist are guests m Nashua in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs J P. Lindquist, enroute to Washington D C. were they will again make their home They have been luing m Panama, where Linu quisi was working with Government Surplus Mrs Opal Canty, accompanied by Mrs Jule Schultz and Mrs Ralph Dean, spent Monday afternoon in Waterloo. / Mrs. Schultz visited in the home of Mlrs- Marjon Greene, the former Marie Bauman of Nashua. Mrs. M. B. Norman is spending the week at the home of her dau- 5htei, Mrs. Charle s Emerson, In Dubuque. who is ill. Mrs. Alma Wedemeyer is as sisting at the Mrs. Mu'a Nafus home. Miss Rena I^ind. who tas been at the Nafus home several months, returned to her home at Cedar Falls. Fred Fee. who ha s been jntendent of the Ionia school. Is ^Ioyed aÂ» C^cter Fall-? F A Welch of DeÂ« Moines, is taking his place in the Ionia school for the remainder of the year. . Mathilda PODD* Held spent Sunday afth e of Mr. 'A. Tegeler. who has ing in the home ol h l Mrs. Guy Carpenkr ,,, vllle, returned to h)s home shua on Saturday lunw Mrs. Ida KingslÂ«-, bee n makmg her ' IRA!)! DIAL Â· This age of jet planes leaves us older folks a bit bewildered. It's up to you, graduates of 1948, to keep up with the s*ift pace of today. It means alertness, study, quick changes of pace . . . adaptability. But whatever the future may hold, we're putting all our bets on you. We know you'll "take it in your stride," and to all of you, HAPPY LANDING' i \\Y S..IK it Yoin P.nty Ouleis) BORDEN'S ICE CREAM Lunches -- Candy -- Cigars --Cigarettes-PURITY BAKERY M. L STOCKDALE, Proprietor NOTICE! I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election for Treasurer 01 Chickasaw County, subject to the wish of tfie voters in the June 7, Republican Primary. Gerald J. Bailey 4321 W. P. PELZ, M. D. E.C, WAGNER, M.D. X-RAY LABORATORY PHYSICIANS SURGEONS Ransom WILL APPRECIATE Your Vote for Supervisor JUNE 7 (Second Term) (943 GRAD "All tbr, world'* Â· And all the men and women Â«iÂ«rely plajor*. They have their exit* and their entrance*} And one man In hi* time play* many part*. . . ." American Security Loan Buy Bonds Now First Nashua State Bank DEPOSITS UP TO $5,000.00 INSURED IN FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. Congratulations to the GRADUATES of N. H. S.--1948 Cedar Lawn Dairy Gerald P. Fisher Home Cafe COME IN ... Where Friends and Neighbors Meet For Good Food and Drink MULKINS WASSERFORTS DeKalh Hybrid Corn A PEW GOOD EARLY VARIETIES IN GOOD GRADES ON HAND! Also Some 404-A | ALL THOSE HAVING CORN ORDERED PLEASE CALL FOR IT! . EMIL SCHLUTER AT SCHLUTER IMPLEMENT CO. 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