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   Williamsburg Journal-Tribune (Newspaper) - May 29, 1958, Williamsburg, Iowa                                10 PAGES SHOPPER Number 22 L TRIBUTE and Willlamsbnrg Consolidated m MAY 1968 prtep j I Ml Volume at Mondays Primary AIT Dracanf Will in i leniors Present Gills Track Letters The class of 1958 presented a brogram at the annual Class night day night at the high shool which featured the class gifts for the various and music and athletic wards by the respective instruc irs and With President Ron Kesselring the program opened ith a duet by Sharon Roehrkasse Janice Ollinger who sang a nodern version of School Days hieh they had Joyce Meyer and Gary Claypool lead the class and Nancy Blythe and Ken Huedepohl gave toe class Kathleen Maas Sharon Roehrkasse presented icme passing sidelights on school ersonnel which afforded several j At this point Rosemary ODonnell failed each member of the faculty To the front and presented each Jcith some amusing gift with ap fropriate At this point Principal Robert llurphy took charge and he intro luceil the various teachers and loaches who had awards to pre ient as follows Vocal music by Duane juniors Delmar Mickey Robert sophomores Track letters by Robert Murphy gave senior Jim Howard Duane jun Rnh1 E1WOOd Sam Charles Don John sopho by Chapman Vir ginia girls singles Mic key boys singles Mickey Spratt and Don boys Cheerleaders were introduced Janice Starks and Sandra Crans seniors Jeanne Roxlau and Katy Parochial Eighth Grade To Graduate Graduation exercises of St Paul parochial school will be held Thurs day May at at the pas torof Pauls will Work Progressing On Yearian Nursing Home Laying Roof Construction on the new nurs ing home owned by Jack Yearian is progressing and the roof beng Put on the first of the i the area abou building was completed las n e is on the shape o a big with room for 20 beds in the two legs of the V which the feet There charge of the Hancy Dwight Janet Hulse bv Mrs Phvllk T win be RevNorman T v oy Fhylhs pastor of St Johns Luther artm Karen Joyce an church at Marengo oSarDoSrmann SI TherTe 3re 13 in the dass as ii uiga Manlows Larry Dellamuth Phvl Don Sandersfeld bert f Joanne Romona erg Marylene VonT Collett I Karen Lewis soloists Louise Wiebold Kath Larry I Williamsburg Banks Roger Ronald Will Be Clnaorl Virginia ConI Marvin HOWoaturday Afternoons lU1 recent meetin8 of bank offi icials in Benton and Iowa Id Ken Special instrumental and small groups Sandra Janice Sharon Nancy Rose pry Janice Lorelee Ruth Ann MB Maria Jeri fc Norene Barbara Reid Bill py Dee ia Don John Mor Jim Instrumental awards by Robert lower Nancy four years Hy Sandra uce Sharon Roehr Nancy Rosemary it was decided to adopt a new poli cy of closing afternoons when all banks will close at 12 This new plan will go into effect June arid will continue This plan in line with that which has been in for some many oflier ibwa The plan includes both the Farmers Trust Savings bank and the Security bank of Williams Janice Judy letters by Roland Basketball Mpman Dale Marty captain Larry fary Roger Da pa seniors Duane foward Baseball letters by Jerry Frank Marty Gary Dale Ro seniors Howard Fet Meloy Will Attend State Meeting At Okoboji June 812 County of schools Meloy will attend a conference of county superintendents to be held at Vacation West Spirit from June This is under the sponsorship of the state department of public instruct ion and includes all county super intendents in the Main topics to be discussed will be school re standards for Iowa special education and cer tification long and 31 feet wide are four double rooms in each with space for two oc cupants in and two single units in each wing a ca pacity of 20 beds in the building In the space at the base of the there is a large a nurses office and a jan itors supply This part of the building to the north is 48 feet wide Basement under this part of the building will provide space heating a recreation and space for individual lockers for the Exter ior walls are of cement Vacation School Will Open Monday The Union Vacation Church ichool for the and Pilot Grove Methodist churches will get under way next Monday morning at Children who will be in kindergar en this coming those who have been in kindergarten this past and those who were in the second and third grades will meet in the Methodist Chil ren who were in grades hrough will meet in the resbyterian The registration fee is 75 cents or each with a maximum harge of for a The Vacation Church school will start t each morning and close at Monday through Friday from June 2 to June How ard Still willserve as superinten dent of the lowe which will meet in the Methodist church and Stan Watts will be the superintendent of the which will meet Presbyterian 4H Elections To Be Held at Annual Rally Night June 3 Sixteen young Iowa county 4H boys and girls will be seeking eight offices at their June 3 Rally night slated for the Williamsburg grade according to ments coming from county Karen Johnson announce 4H and The young people will start their campaigns at The candidates and the clubs they represent are as follows UTII3 V mJ crowned queen of the senior prom Friday Her escort On the left are Marilyn Werner and Gary and on the right Jo Ann Steffen and Dale Zuber was Larry Dancing Students Will Give Recital Name Lucille Evans Freshman Counselor At State Teachers Lucille Evans has tieen named Miss Jcrilyn Oliver will present 47 girls chosen as fresh f 1 i mPn 1 fit T i over 100 of her dancing students ors at Iowa state n their third annual recital at the college for the 195859 Williamsburg grade school gym beginning at 8 on Tune and June The how will be the same both nights A Trip to Disney dressmakers have nd is Mothers and een busy for weeks making cos umes for the All costume materials came from New Ted Wernimont of Cedar Rapids as designed three beautiful stage They Tomorrowland and Fantasy It is hoped that by having the show two no one will have to be turned away as they were last Students from the following towns will appear Wil North South Keswick Iowa Mid dle South English and Home Their names appear in the Oliver schools ad elsewhere in this upper in the Elected to SUI Office Information from the State Uni versity of Iowa states that when officers were elected recently for the Student Marketing club in the college of commerce for the fall Frank junior son of and Frank was elected vice president in charge of Buys Angus Cow well York township Angus re cently purchased cow from Norwin Martens Son of known xService Groups Plan for Day Observance Plans are being made by the lo i erans for the of Memorial t y at 10 oclock It the town Veterans especially and the pub Bc in general are invited to par Pate m this Thew will will be conducted ausPices of the and Veterans All veterans are attenda hearsal to be t 8t young Marengo deUver the memorial lsa of Iowa served in he attended in Nancy Lortz Has 1896 Subscription Receipt Also 1908 Nancy Lortz is the proud posses sor of two subscription receipts both of which were issued to her The first one was dated April 22 issued by the Williamsburg then published by and The printed in two emphasized the fact that the publishers were steam job The second receipt was dated when Osborn and Gal lagher were the Journal Wins Track Letter at Kemper Information from Kemper Mili tary school at states that a varsity reserve jun ior track letter has been awarded to John son of and Giblin of WHS Nine Prepare For Summer Play With the close of the school year the Williamsburg high school base ball team will swing into action 01 its summer Raymond who this week is graduating from Central colleg at elected to the Williams burg high school will take over the baseball team for the summer play leading up to the sectional tournament early in July Coach Boyd will hold the opening practice Thursday and the opening game of the recently or ganized seventeam high school eague in Iowa and Wash ngton counties will open June when the Raiders will tra Keystone to meet the Ko All dancing students who wish their relatives and friends to have tickets ahead of time for the recital may buy them at the hall in Tickets will also be sold at the but for your you should buy them before a sophomore is the daughter in Workers Dina Lincoln Loyal Leaders Judy Pilot Pals Kathy York 4Hers Sherry Marengo Busy Bodies Zelda Sum ner Sweethearts and Mary Clare 4H Four girls from this group will be elected by the 4Hcrs to serve as president vice secretarytreasurer and historian of the Iowa county girls 4H The eight boys selected by their lubs to enter the elections are as Theres Room For More Swimmers For 8 Weeks Lessons The Williamsburg quota for the Red Cross American Legion swim ming starting June 16 at the Marengo has been about onethird Those who are seven years old or or have completed th first grade may register with th Merle at the Metho dist The swimming les sons are free but the transportation cost is which pays for the trip each week during the eigh weeks of Preference is given in the order which the swim mers register for Republican Race For Sheriff Tops Interest in County allows Gary Mullin English Champion Feeders David Schaf Fairview Zippers Don Sher H H Herbic Hartford Hillbillies Don Hilton Happy Hustlers Charles Marengo Bachelors Larry Parnell Peppers Da vid Pilot These members were selected to run for county offices from those submitted by the 4H The committees made the Each candidate will have a campaign at Howard She wiTl live the freshman dormitory and will have the responsibility of orienta ting a group new students with the campus and its activities the first few weeks and serve as a gen eral counselor for this group for the rest of the year 41 Eighth Graders Receive Diplomas At Graduation Exercises Tuesday Night the winners men with tyUliamsburg bowling league the past sea Standard and School Patrol Ends Year with Picnic At West End Park The Safety Patrol of the Wil amsburg elementary school met t the West End park on Wednes ay May for a picnic upper and a ball Present ere Garth Mike Ronnie Kay Grace oseanne Kathy Billy Danny Tommy Mar ia Nick John Rhys Herbie Kenny Jerome Chuckie Frank Bobby Douglas Fur Jimmie and the patrol Miss Mary Welsh and and Ray Music Parents Will Meet Regular meeting of the Music Parents club will be held Tuesday at 8 at the high school lunch Second Grade Wins PEO Dental Award Miss Shirley Chalupas section of second grade was awarded the dental award at the eighth grade graduation exercises on Tuesday The award was based on the percentage of each grade of the elementary The percentage of dental cards returned in each room is as fol lows Miss Chalupas second Miss Charlotte Crees first Miss Joyce Wosobas third Miss Jose Ann Dohrers firth Miss Mary Welshs third Cecille Fraziers Miss Joyce tittenhouses fourth iliss Ethel Baltons second Miss Janet Jennings fifth Miss Nancy Grovers ourth Miss Gladys Cempers sixth Von Walds fifth Of the 347 dental cards that 150 Acres Corn Planted by 18 Men At Maas Farm On Wednesday and Thursday of last week friends and neighbors of the John and Carl Maas families gathered for a good old fashioned corn planting bee and at the end of one and one half days prepared the ground and planted 150 acres of cornUFive tractor two culti four harrows and five planters were pressed into service and operated by a most efficient crew of There was never an idle moment and the job moved forward with clock like At noon and lunch time the men were fed by an equally efficient crew of cooks from the neighbor hood Thosetaking part in the good neighbor deed were Two Home stead farm department Duane and Lawrence McGavish Vergil Raymond Norman Raymond Sanders Herbert Henry Schac were were given to the students 230 This means that about 66 of the elementary stu dents have had their teeth checked by a dentist and the necessary dental work completed by their Son Born to David Jones A Randy David was born May to and David Jones at the Marengo He weighed 7 pounds Clarence Lloyd John Richard Harlan Arnold Vergil Willard William and Theodore Neighbor women who prepared the meals were Herber Marjorie Mr Theodore Arnol Fortyone eighth graders in the Williamsburg junior high school received their diplomas at the an nual graduation Tuesday night president of the board of presentedthe During the Mel vin in behalf of the presented Miss Shirley Chalupa and Sandra Langlas with a gift for their section of the second grade having the highest percent age return on dental Twentyone out of 24 pupils turned in Keith repre senting the American Legion Auxil presented Flag Code awards as follows George Gregory second Rita Principal Dale Pierce announced that Sandra Nidey had won the perfect attendance He also announced that seven had quali fied for membership in the Nation al Junior Honor society as follows George Rita Bob Dick Gregory Winifred Lvle The program was as follows Iowa county voters will go to the polls in 21 precincts next Monday to nominate candidates in their respective parties for county and township Polls will be open from 8 to 8 Gordon county audi and two assistants have been busy for several days setting up voting machines throughout the county and getting them in readi ness for The race for the Republican lommation for sheriff seems to highlight the primary in Iowa Aspirants are Bill who was appointed sher a few weeks ago to succeed the ate Guy Schroll Howell hav yea Driver Training Is Completed By 51 WHS Students Another group of Williamsbur nigh school students are complel mg their driver training cours this making 51 who taken that instruction this under Ray Although Nissen doesn keep any insofar as hi knows all who have reached the age of 16 have passed their written and behindthewheel tests and ob tained their drivers For the past week or Mr Nissen devotedevery available evening students their final tests of night highway and city driving to Cedar Rapids and Star Emporer Waltz Aura Lee am by junior band Retarded Children Group Will Meet At Haack School The next meeting of the low County Association for Retarde Children will be held on Tuesda at 8 at the Haack A the officers have been reelecte for the next year Mr William North English Paul Schmid Wilhamsburg Bo North and treasur Eldon Von Wi Hester has been chosen a owa Countys representative t he sixth annual convention of th owa Association for Retardec Children which will be held at Ce dar Rapids on June 7 and History of York Cemetery Established In Written by Harrington By Howard Harrington East York cemetery has often een called the Harrington ceme I do not know why unless it because Grandfather Orson Har ington gave part of the It is public Harrington came to York in me of his Myron Har ington came out from New York o visit He became ill and It was his wish to be buried ut There was no cemetery o Grandfather Harrington burled ira on some of bis Then fordus grandfathers and Hughe Groves and randf ather got some of the neigh ors together and decided to form cemetery association March They set up their rules and regu tions as to trustees and Grandfather said he would ve V4 acre and a right of Hughe Groves he would give Yt acre making it an acre in all The lots were to ha J2 fe 43 WM npt however iwW the law ww to the trustees recorded in book 24 of deeds page 546 and 547 in Ha In 1845 weeds and brush had grown up so bad that one could not get into some We had a cleanup Funds were solicit ed ot build a We had first meeting our and elected Then we solicited funds lor gravel for the Be cause the law reads trustees of the township may leeve a tax for cemeteries Instead of must we have apt been able to secure There very few relatives of the old pioneers left to help pay for Nevertheless we have the whole thanks to Russell Austin and Eugene first aviator to land a plane on a ship and take off rom a is buried in our ceme eryTjje government wanted biro at but his mother said We some of you will visit m pf aweet and Robert Gower Wayne Dick Triple The Green Cathe Bob Maxine Colling Joan Barbara Rox Johnny Joann Soedt Sydra Kathy Class John Some Parting Bob Choral Germ Gregory Misbach Shirley Looking Winnie New Clarinet Helen Class Daryl Class The Traveler Cheryl Choral It Couldnt Be solos by Gary Kruse am Christine Class Larry Roehr Count Your Bob Beilstein George Wanda Merlyn James Eunice Diet Sandra Rita Choral An Easy Going solo by Lyle God of Our Whisper ing eighth grade Class colors were blue and white class Honor Waits at Labors class white Class officers Dick McCarty president vice resident Rita secre Bob treasurer WHS Band Will Take Part in Festival At Rapids Saturday Williamsburg high school under the direction of Robert will be one of about 60 aking part in the annual East Central Iowa band festival to be eld at Cedar Rapids The bands will parade at JO tarting at the Memorial Sach band will be led by Us band ueen riding in a con Williamsburg q u lected Monday is Janice The massed bands will present a oncert Saturday night at Kings on Plans For Peewee Baseball Started Plans are being set in motion for carrying out a full scale sched ule of pee wee baseball games this A meeting of those inter ested in the project will be held Sunday afternoon at at West End when managers will be umpires named and the schedule set In case of bad the meeting will be the basement of the town Cards have been handed out in school to all boys of eligible age and those who have not yet turned in their cards are urged to do so at once so it can be determined how many teams will 27 First Graders See Sights At Maas Farm Thursday The 27 first grade pupils of the Williamsburg community school and their Miss Charlotte had a very enjoyable time at the Willard Maas farm Thurs This is the home of one of the Dupils of the Sydne Vincent mother of David another member of the took numerous pictures during the field The first highlight of the trip was he school bus ride to the farm with Clarence Ollinger as Upon arriving at the they had heir Everyone had taken his own sack Maas gathered and washed eggs while the children Then each child guessed how many eggs she had Prizes of eggs were given the children who came closest to guessing the right In the Maas show id the children how the corn was beginning to They saw a gppher caught in a trap which sydnes brother had set that morn It was explained to the chil dren why gophers are As hey were leaving the Maas taught the children the proper way to climb over a fence of and Charles Benny Voukel of Another race is for the county ttorney nominee John Wilkin on and Louis both of Ma There are two races for the Re ublican nominations for supervi ar Williams Ervin W antl Henry Will Thomas Candidates for all offices are as ollows Governor William Murray R Nicholas R Mason Loveless D Ot Lieutenant Governor Jack Miller R Sioux Mooty R Grundy Alan Vest R Sac Corbin Crawford D Edward McManus D Secretary of State Synhorst R Orange Edith Johnson D Des Auditor of State Akers R Rex Weddle D Treasurer of State Abraramson R Secretary of Agriculture Spry R Neel Hill D Webster Ernest Olson D Attorney General Erbe R William Welch D Logan Don Wilson D West Des Commerce Commission 2 John Hamilton Cruickshank R Sioux Lloyd Smith R Forest Dean Reed R Des Herbert Reed R Ropes R Tallman R Tallman R Guthrie Cent George Cutler D Sioux Harold Hughes D Ida Barnard Martin D Des Congressman Schwengel R Thomas Dailey D State Representative Coffman R North Eng Bert Hanson D Williams Republican County County on Clerk of Court Engel County Slay County John Wil Louis County Charles Burns Supervisor Ervin Supervisor Will Thomas Democrat Supervisor G County Schu After looking at the the and the they played a ressup Going on a laying dressup is always a avorite with But the big est thrill of all was when each ad a ride on the Just before starting laas treated the children to ice ream It was a day of ex erience and fun which will be long Wins Athletic Sweater Information from Central states that Katby daughter of and Wilbur is one of three women who sweater fop wqpjejjg we ac pojnts a ft first graders had a vejy special FrWay Maas   

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