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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 30, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOUE-GAZETTE, APIUL 30 テつキテつァ 1936 FIFT'EEN SUPPER. SECRET CHILDREN like Kcllogg's Rice Krispics for supper. They're so crisp they crackle in milk or cream. Nourishing. Easy to digest. Promote sleep. Kcllogg's Rice Krispics are sold hy grocers "everywhere. Ready to serve. A Mother Goose story on the hack of every package. Made Ly Kellogg in Battle Creek. Quality guaranteed. crac RICE IKRISPIES SO CRISP they actually crackle in milk or cream HEAR THE FAMILY CHORUS :"WE WANT M O R E R I T Z J " R .TZ flavor has captured American tastes to the tune of 29,000,000 crackers daily. Rite are not only delicious alone, but they make even the plainest food exciting. Don't miss their marvelous, nut-like satisfaction. Try Ritz, today! eg NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Uneeda Biscuit and Aundudl cテつ」 det ^aetziiti vaziettei Commencement Exercises * * * * * * * * * * Thomas Lutman of Humbolclt to Speak at Osage; Forest City- ans to hear Goetch of I. S. T. C.; Large Class at Dows to Listen to Dean Johnson of Drake U; Exercises at Armstrong May 28 to include Address by Attorney Narey. OSAGE--Osage high school co: mencement exercises will be he May 29. The speaker will be D Thomas Lutman of Humboldt. Th commencement sermon May 24 w be given by the Rev. T. P. Solei Lutheran minister, Osage. Members of the school board a H. E. LaRue, president, Fran Chatman, Gershom Lashbrook, D Guy Horton, Max Katz. Tne "class of 51 to be graduate consists of: Kent Barker, Ted Ba, combe. Paul Brookins. Norma Christiansen, Jack Conklin, Kennel Counsel!, Roy Evans. Robert Klacl George Kingsbury. Joe Klobcrdanz. Lynn Larsor Clarence Mclson, Sigmund Myhr Robert Otto, Robert Roc, Robcr Sheldon, Paul Tecgardin, Leonai Thorsen, Doris Allcs. Margaret An r - a* Ml And a wealth of painstaking effort behind that loaf of bread! Because we who make your Vitamin "D" Bread well know that half-way measures can be not only less healthful but actually harmful to the consumer! That's why Vitamin "D" is ALWAYS fresh . .. ALWAYS made.of highest quality food-stuffs . . . ALWAYS good- tasting and appetite-awakening! Stale, half-baked bread can injure the delicate digestive system of children, and is decidedly harmful to adults as well. derson, Marcella Comiskey, Ros Diaz, Edith .Engebrctson, Rub Fleenor, Leola Frese, Frances GUI derson, Marcella Comisky, Ros fries, Ruth Katz, Kathryn Kitsoi Helen Krapok, Marion Larson, Rut Levors, Adelaide Lindley. Maebcll Lundono, Leona Mandle Jeanne Millard, Mary Miller, Lo raine Norby, Joyce Paulson, Edit} Potter, Frances Rogers, Dorca Shellcdy, Ruth Smith, Lillian Squier, Erma Sullivan, Harric Troge, Mary Viskoci!. Bessie Vull Cecelia Wolf, Monrine Young'. Serving on the faculty arc George H. Sawyer, superintcndcn Leroy Lidstrom, Ruth Graper, 1 Esther Row, Virginia Bartlett, Li cile Dickman, Ruth Dockerty. Her man Halvorson, Lucilc Hook, Hei bcrt Hovelson. DclSttc Mansfield, R T. Mitchell, Mildred Moore, Let Schneider, Lucilc Ruby, Viola Smith and Wendell Wescoatt. Large Class Listed. FOREST CITY--A large clas will be graduated May 29 from Foi est City high school when Dr. E. W Goetca of Iowa State Teacher' college, Cedar Falls, gives the ad dress. The sermon will be given b; the Rev. J. A. M. Hinderlie, loca pastor, on May 24. Diplomas will be awarded ti James Albertson, Harry Barnd, Mil ton Boman, Donald Brown, Charle lantrall, Wilfred Charlson, Ralph Conner, Thomas Donohue, Dclber Fox, William Gavin, Sylvan George Gordon.Hall, Richard Hart, Norman Hauge, Lloyd J. Randall, Clyde Lee James Lovick, Gordon Nelson, Rob ert Osmundson, Lloyd Peterson Gerald Samuelson, Merle Steinmetz Arne Syse, Garland Thompson Robert Thurston, Ellsworth Under wood, Hazel Anderson, Clara Ar thur, Harriette Aspenson, Edith 'ooley, Emma Furst, Marjorie Ga Drielson. Rachel Gamble, Vclma Gavin Gertrude Hanson, Marjorie Hinder ie, Mincva McChesnec, Anna Narve^ son, Ramona Nelson, Mildred Nor em, Ruth Nyhus, Ruth Rasmussen Ina Mae Smith, Virginia Steinberger, Emma Swain, Viola Benson. Members of the school board are A. F. Segerstrom, president, John A DIson, Harry Larson, K. J. Hanson Harmon Lundberg, O. V. Branstad secretary. The members o? the faculty are George D. Eaton, superintendent "'redric Bohning, principal, high school; Walter Barnard, Olan G. Ruble. H. Paul Sweany, Ruth Raffety ~sabel Sayre, Odette Bahl, Jessie rritzche, Evangeline G r o o t e r s Hugh J. Croft, Ruth J. Elliott. Will Hear Dean Johnson. DOWS--Dows high school wi! lold commencement exercises May 28. The speaker will be Dean Wilard Johnson of Drake university, Des Moines. The commencement sermon May 4 will be given by the Rev. Mr. ^edmayne, Methodist minister, Dows. Members of the school board are VI Bailey, Jr., president; Dr. G. E. chnug, C. F. Peterson, N. C. Hal- erson, Dr. L. E. Oleson. The fac- Ity consists of Hugh S. Logan, テつキuperintendent; Miss Bernadine urge, Luther Seimers, Miss Laura Jannetter, Miss Leona Thomas, ugh Clark, Miss Lillian Nelson, Hss Virginia Hansen, Margha Kabele, Miss Doris Wilson, Miss iary Smith, Miss Pearls Madison, 'iss Dorothy Misbach, Miss Erma ampbell, Miss Faye Quasdorf. Students to be graduated are arion Akers, Marjorie Glade, Milo haffer, Valois Anderson, Ellen uldberg, Maxine Welch, Alta Ber- Ison, Inez Hackbarth, Elizabeth 'elzien, Maynard Bertilson, Lester ansen, Leverne Baxter. Avon Ingebretson. Glendola Beh:ns, Bernadine Korth, Ruby Carens, Gertrude Kroll. Elpha June Carter, Kathryn ossman, James Charlson, 'Fae ler, Doris Christensen, Doris Park- Hubert Colles, Corinne Quasdorf. Thurman De Nio, Kathryn Rollene, Carolyn Drury, Hazel Sanders, Doris Firkins, Margaret Schnug. The senior class play will be given Ma y 19. Attorney Narey to Talk. VITAMIN D ARMSTRONG--Atty. H. E. Narey of Spirit Lake will address the graduating class of Armstrong high school at exercises to be held May 2S. Father Eischeid, pastor of the Armstrong Catholic church, has been selected to give the sermon to the class oo May 24. W. A. Ortraeyer, the superintendent, has held this position for 15 years. He and all teachers have been re-elected for the next school year. The faculty includes Rosemary Black, Christie'Kreul, Dclpha Meythaler, Irene Swenson, A. R. Kammerer and Gerald Niemcyer. i Members of the school board are j B. V. Hoi-swell, president; Dr. G. H. West, C. J. Houseman, L. H. Locker and Dr. A. Whitlow Students to be graduated arc Edna Baker, Arthur Boland, Marjorie Braland, Delbert Burgess, Maxine Erickson, Lowell Fischer, Cathryn Hansen. Myrle Hansen, Irene Inniter, LaVonne Johnson, James Knipe, Robert Knudson. George Larson, Leon Looft, Daisy Mardick, Lorine Olson, Sidney Peterson, Lyle Saxton, Hulda Wolder. 8th to Win Honor. HUMBOLDT, (/T)--When James Sulek of Humboldt won the recent humerous division of the state readers finals at Jefferson, he was the eighth student from Htimboldl to v'in the honor. Dcnton Snydcr, student here two years ago won the state and national meets. Sulek is eligible to enter this year's national tournament 205 North Federal DIAMOND BROS. 205 North Federal SPECIALS-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PURE LARD Wi "' !0t Me " Purchase 2lbs.23c|BACON Sugar Cured 1-lb. pkg. 25c Stew, pound. . . ROAST, p o u n d . . . CHOPS, pound . . . STEAK, p o u n d . . . BACON SQUARES, Ib. 15c 5-Pound Box BACON 88C Barbecued RIBS, Ib.. . Sliced PORK LIVER, pound.. . 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