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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1934
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APRIL 24 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Commencement Exercises * * * * * * Frank Miles AVill Speak at Armstrong Exercises; Large Class to Be Graduated from Clarion High School; Grattlm to Speak to Many Graduates at Eagle Grove Program; Ionia Makes Plans for Commencement. Dr B. E. McCulloch, president; Everett McGrath, Mrs. Blanche White, Bruce Corless, Tolford Thompson. Manned at Ionia. IONIA, April 24.-- Ionia high ARMSTRONG, April 24. --Frank Miles, editor of the Iowa Legionaire, of Dea Moines, will speak at the :ommencement exercises of the Armstrong high school to be h e l d May 21. T h e c ommence- me:i t sermon will be May The class play, "Shirt S1 e e v es," will be give n t w o nights, May 18 and 19- Class day program is May 11. Jumior-Senior banquet at the school- FKANK MILES house May 4. Fauske, Agnes Grace Fevold, Helen lone Fisher. Olive Josephine Gjerstad, Anna Marie Hallagan, Pauline Anna Hansel, LaVonne Hanson, Elna Rose Harbison. Flora Elizabeth Harlan, Pearl Stella Hovland. Clarice Henrietta Johnson, Joyce Opal Johnson, Mary Margaret Jones, Mary Angusta Kocher, Madeline Harriet Landes, Margaret Luella Larson, Verna Lucille Lioeweaver, Chrissie lone McBride, Mildred T. McDermott, Made- AWi'lAXV, ^vf/iJi *·*-· -- - I t school commencement exercises will be held May 31, the speaker has not been selected yet. The commencement sermon May 27 will be given by the Rev. Mr. Halbcrt of Ionia. Members of the school board are i, J. Faber, president: Mrs. A. Wood, Herm Perske, S. Edison and Mrs. Herm Ransom. Members of the high school tac- ulty are Vane A. Pattison, superintendent; Miss Jennie Andrews, principal, and Miss Evelyn Fagan. Diplomas will be awarded to Florence E. Faber, Gcraldine Potter, Leona E. Trusty, Margaret] , . line Mary Mead. Lillian Clarice Moen, · Constance Members of the graduating class are Morma Atwood, Grace Gaarde, Harriet Ersland, Roger Linde, Bernada Burgess, Jeanette Peterson, Sarah Thorson. Gladyce Anvick, Bernard Lorig, Charley Paris, Anna Kloss, Jessie Burkhead, Arthur Flaming, Billy Henaman, Ralph Trees. Lucille Schaeffer, Martha Bunt, Merton Ankrum, Kenneth Hoyt, Lila Ruston, Helen Knudson, Nellie Gur- dette, Zelia Hanson, Clifford McGregor, Ivan Swanson. Members of the faculty are, su- ·pedintendent, W. A. Ortmeyer, Jean Marie Swingle, Ethel Eldridge, J. M. Holcomb, Christie Kreul, Ethel De Varies. Large Class at Clarion. CLARION, April 24. -- Clarion high school commencement exercises will be held May 24. The commencement sermon May 20 will be given by the Rev. H. O. Spelman of Clarion. The valedictorian is Jean Hansen. Members of the school board are Granville Smith, president; Mrs. J. H. Sams, Mrs. M. A. Stark, J. K. Hilton and Dr. G. A. Evans. The high school faculty consists of C. J. Christiansen, superintendent; F. E. Mueller, principal'; Lillian Chapman, Harold Bitting, Josephine Goldsmith, G. A. Hansuld, Golda P. Harper, W. N. Kennedy, Edna Olseth, O. Orr, Inez Patterson, Mary Ann Ripley, J- W. Schar, Frances Schultz, Frances Seidel and Ruth Shackelford. Students to be graduated are: Wilfred Andrews, Nellie Barker, Jacqueline Barrett, Gaylord Berk- cnesr . Iris Boylngton, Chartene- Brooks, Bernice Buck, Conald Butler. · Ruth Carrell, Dorothy Carter, John O. Chapman, Clara Jane Churchill, Margaret Comer, Maurine Comer, Gladys Cox, Leonard Cramer, Carlton Dahlgren, Virginia Dale, Bernice Dishman. Cordel Duitscher, Paul Duitscher, Maxine Fraser, Betty Gardner, Geraldine Grattidge, Jean Hausen, Eona Mae Harson, Agnes Hennksen, Everett Huntington. Ernest Hutchison, Ronald Kennedy Beth LaBarr, Lois LaBarr, Almira Larson, Eugene Lesher, Dean Linfor, Ella Martin, Isabella Mason, LaVoane Mason, Donald , L. Moklebust, Ruth Evelyn Morgan, Maxine Vivian Nelson, Irene Maxine Odland, Elnor Gertrude Olson, Margaret A. Olson, lone E. Pease, Alice Meadora Porter, Edytho Duatie Reynolds, Ethel E. Sanders, Margaret Schroeder. Maurine E. Schwartz, Dorothy Jeanette Shurson, Evelyn M. Spangler, Marie Sylvia Stockdale, Margaret Stomberg, Mary Bernice Stryker, Emma Hean Thorn, Maurine Theressa Thorson, Lucille Ruth Trotter Pearl Genevieve Thorson. Members of the school board are 10 Per Cent Increase in Salaries Is Given to Kanawha Teachers KANAWHA, April 2-1.--The Kanawha school board completed its election of teachers for next year. A. S. Thoreson was re-elected superintendent for the third time. The high school teachers arc F. C. Frisbee. Miss Imogens Anderson, JMis.s Esther Rasmussen. Miss Marvel Eralcy and Miss Mildred Davis. Junior high school teachers are Miss Eva Hclmke and Miss Madeline Struck. Grade teachers arc Miss Irene Mocn, Miss Edith Kalvig, Miss Luva Bjornson and Miss Marian Brisbine. Miss Mildred Da"is of Ames. Mis: ter, Leona E. Trusty, Margaret | Miss Mi ] dra] Da ,,j s of Ames, Miss Watts, Robert Turnball, all of Ionia, Ma( j e]me gtruck of Clinton and Miss ashua. ^ . _ _ : -- V%_:..T.: -- -* ·**-,,*.«« rv:-, *,*·« , and Ray Usher, Nashua. Mrs. Kempf, 73, Will Be Buried in Riceville CRESCO, April 24. -- Mrs. Adam Kempf, 73, of Saratoga, 15 miles west of Cresco, died Sunday night. She is survived by her husband and five grpwn children. Funeral services will be held at the home Wednesday at 2 o'clock, with burial at Riceville. The Rev. Mr. Bodcnham, mission pastor of near Riceville, will Marian Erisbine of Mason City are new to the Kanawha school system The re-elected teachers will receive a 10 per cent increase in salaries. Ralph Yepson and William Deiblcr, janitors, were rchired. Fires Put Out. GARNER, April 24.--A smal building belonging to Ness Gardner in which he had furniture stored was burned Sunday with about S30C loss. The steam boiler in the Game bakery became overheated and th floor in the building was burnei some before it was extinguished bj firemen. [ o w a Will Participate in Gathering Membership Cards, Dues. INDIANAPOLIS, April 24. -Aerial routes arc set and Iowa will jarticipate in the nation wide aerial roundup of membership cards and dues of the American Legion on May 1, H. L. Plummer, assistant national adjutant at national headquarters of the Legion announced here. It is estimated that 50 planes will converge on Indianapolis about 2 o'clock the afternoon of May 1. Thi is two days in advance of the sched uled May meeting of the nationa executive committee on May 3 anc 4. This allows a day in which to have the membership cards countec in order that a report may be mad to this governing body of the Le gion. Last year when the first na tion-wide aerial roundup was held 50 000 cards and dues were collect ed. It is estimated that 100,000 %vil be added to the rolls in this sccom event. Stop at DCS Moines. The package of cards and due or the department of Iowa will be 'icked up by a plane from Port- and Ore., at DCS Moines. There will be four main, or ar- crial, flights covering the United States in addition to the individual i mes. The main ones are: I 1. Plane leaving Los Angeles, passing through Winslow, Ariz., Al- juqucrque, N. Mcx.: Kansas City o Indianapolis. 2. Plane leaving New York, contacting New Jersey at Newark, through Philadelphia and Columbus, Ohio, to Indianapolis. 3.--Plane leaving New Orleans, through Jackson, -Miss.; Memphis and Louisville to Indianapolis. Will Hear Hayes. 4. Plane leaving Portland, Oregon, through Boise, Salt Lake City, Cheyenne, Omaha and Des Moines to Indianapolis. In each of these main flights there will be a Legion messenger in charge of the cards and dues that will be picked up from various departments along the line of flight. The evening of May 1 the pilots, messengers, other Legion officials and.prominent figures in the world of aviation, will assemble at a banquet to be held in celebration of the roundup, and to be addressed by Edward A. Hayes, national commander. He will reveal, according to Mr. Plummer, important progress that is being made by aviation com panies in contributions to the national defense of America. Hope Chest, Wedding Pictures Are Lost by Bride in House Fire WEST UNION, April 24.--A bride f two weeks, Mrs. Clifford Anderson lost her wedding gown, her hope chest and the photographic film of pictures of the wedding party, which she had not removed to her own lome because it was not yet fin- shed, in the fire which destroyed the house occupied by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Bowen. north of Jonnan. Mra. Bowen's nose was turned and eyebrows singed in get- :ing out her incubators and saving Lhe eggs. Until a better shelter is provided, the -Bowens are Jiving in a small tent for sleeping quarters and using the well house as a kitchen. FIVE a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Welter, a. eight pound boy; Mr, and Mrs. ienry Wolf, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Samcst Sheets, a boy; Mr. and Mr». Slmer Johnson, a girl. 8 Births, Including One Set of Twins, at Wesley WESLEY. April 24.--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cain are parents ol twin boys born to them Sunday morning, ach baby weighed six anc a half pounds. They have been named Robert Richard and Ricnarc Robert. They are at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hild mann. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dirk sen are parents of a girl, Beverlj Ann; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Klocke DR. H. K. JONES DENTIST SPECIAL X-RAY $5.00 (Complete Upper and Lower Exposures and Diagnosis) FOR ONLY EXTRACTIONS Sl.OO Make Appointments Now DR.H.K.JONES 15Vi N. FEDERAL PHONE 325 ' McClelland, John McGrath, Thomas McGratb, Gilbert Miller, Leon Morris, Gareth Mosher, Dorothy Mulhern, Virginia Munn, Arthur Nagle, Kay Nagle. Estella Nichols, Maurine Orcutt, David Pardun, June penfield, Violet Pohlman, Merle Poulson, Ruth Reeder, Rosalie Rohrbach. Eleanor Rohrer, Lois Schmidt, Melvine Shake, Wayne Sharp, Le- Rov Smith, Harriet Stanberry, George Strever, Jeanne Strom, Joe Tollman, June Tesdahl, George Tillman Helen Tranbarger, Margaret Turk, Beryl Walterick, Donald Weyker, Royal Whitman, ^elora Wilson. Graffito Will Speak. EAGLE GROVE, April 24.-- Dr. Stephen Grafflin of White Plains, N. Y will give the commencement address at Eagle Grove high school graduation exercises May 28. The Rev. Albert Kilbourne of Eagle Grove will give the commencement sermon Sunday, May 27. C L McDowell is the superintendent and C. H. Beem is principal of the high school. The senior class is composed of Elmo J. Arne, Everett James Bradford Gerald M. Bromley, Lewis Lloyd Christensen, William Kreign Cowan Maynard Charles Culmer, Frederick E. Evans,. Robert Louis Fisher, Scott Fisher, Harold Eugene Grandgeorge, Howard Jackson Groves, Harold B. Halvorson. Gerald Everett Hansen, George Robert Haskin, Aldis Ray Hendrickson Gaylord C. O. Hill, Burton Harold Hookel, Spencer Roy Hotz, Erling H. Kloster, Kenneth Ray Knudson Francis J. Kopecky, Jack Glendon Langmade, Wallace H. Long. Jack F. Lukehart, Lawrence Vireil McVicker, Frederick Eugene Nerby Edward Cranston Newburn, Glenn O. L. Osraan, Thomas Edward Pederson, Billie S. Prehm, Dale L. Reichert, Robert E. Roper, Malvia I. Sathre, Ansle T. Severtson, Melvin G. Shurson. Donald Orville Sill, James H. Spangler, William J. Sullivan, Archie Maynard Thorson, James Myers Torp George Thomas Vilmain, Roger Ellis Wilcox, Alva L. Wright, William Young-, Jr. Mildred P. Agard, Katherine Olena Arne, Mary Morford Barnes. Dorothy Benedict, Marabel A Brinzanik, Mary Margaret Christensen. 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