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Hobart News (Newspaper) - May 26, 1910, Hobart, Indiana The Hobart news vol. 1 Hobart Indiana thursday May 26, 1910 no. 8you la hit the Nao on the head if you come Here for any tools you May need. A hardware store s reputation rests largely on the character of tools sold in tool we sell wakes a Friend for us. Whether you require tools for use in your business or want just a Hammer saw plane Etc. For use around the House if you buy them Here you will be glad you did so when you come to use them. You will also find a Complete line of Gas ranges and general hardware Ata. J. Swanson s main Street Hobart week in the schools end of year s work Margaret Swanson 11, to eighth Grade class eighth Grade and High school class Day and commencement exercises hold attention of pupils and parents. Gar East Gary South Gary Glen Parkland Hobart for Sale lots in All the above sub Divis ions on monthly payments. George and f a i 1? William i Auvil room 544 1st Nat. Bank bldg., Chicago Illinois. Ehrhardt the tailor a new selection offspring summer goods on hand fit and workmanship if guaranteed Odd fellow s building Hobart Indiana if you have a farm to sell or wish to buy Call on Roper Block Hobart ind. Money loaned on farm property at 5 per cent. Also represents the Home insurance co. Of new York the eighth Grade commencement exercises held last Friday evening May 20, in Strattan s opera House were largely attended by parents and friends who gathered to witness what is being done by the children. The class consisted of 4� who successfully passed the examination and have completed the common school course of education and after a couple of months of rest will be ready to Start their second Branch of education the High school course. Quot the horizon widens As we climb Quot As Given by George White in the class motto will become a reality to these Young people As they go on with their studies in our advanced High school. The program was carried out As printed and showed that some ardent and faithful work had been put into it both by teacher and pupils. The j several choruses by the class shoved i great advancement in the line of music and what can be accomplished by the pupils. And 10 show what these Young people Are accomplishing in the line of music two selections were rendered by the Junior orchestra these Young people certainly Are progressing rapidly and doing splendid work for ones of their age. Let the Good work go on. is the list of graduates Hobart. Hazel Stevens Herman harms Margaret Reick Edith Schavey George Hartnup Hari Ystrom Ethel Larson Ralph Snyder William Glynn. Esther a Kucaba Raymond Bloomquist Mamie Barnes Loretta Malone Ona Crockett Raymond Morton Ruth Smith James slurry Charles Smith George h. A Hite Ethel Halsted Everett Newman we. Kostbade Helen Hildebrand Bessie Passow Carl Krausse Edna Scheidt William Graf Eric Hideen Ingeborg Carlson Olga Foreman Emily Rossow Edith Erickson Geraldine Swanson Anna Thyen Martha Moll Minnie Ziegler John Boldt Miller. Ruby Barnes Ruth Fredricksen Oscar p. Mayhack Florence Nelson John Fredricksen East Gary. Myrtle Short William Papka Laura Short Edna Peterson the highest Grade in the township was made by George h. White whose average was 97.9 per cent. The second highest was made by Esther Kucaba whose average was 97.6 per cent. Prof Rani As rendered. Part i. Class March hearts and Flowers Theodore m. Tobani duet Quot a Welcome kind friends Quot Victor hammered Raymond Morton William Glynn class motto Quot the horizon widens As we climb Quot George h. White. The fair it revels. Sullivan class chorus. Quot the Light on Deadman s bar Quot Eben Eugene Rexford Helen Hildebrand. The Shower arranged from ii Trovatore Semi chorus of girls. Quot a Rural moralist Quot a. W. Foley Edna Peterson. Dance of the . D. Wilson Edna. Scheidt Esther Kucaba. Quot Willie on classic fiction&Quot.-. Charles Noel Douglas Raymond Bloomquist. Rain song Ambroise Thomas class chorus. Part ii. Junior orchestra. \ a boys of Hazel b sympathy by Otto Frey violins Geraldine Swanson Carl Krausse piano Edna Scheidt comets James Murray Raymond Morton trombone Everett Newman snare drum William Glynn Quot Apple pie and cheese Quot Eugene Field George Hartnup. old Kentucky Home Stephen Foster class chorus. Quot the Maiden s Ruth Smith. Quinte Tettey sing comrades sing Karl f. Zollner Florence Nelson Ruby Barnes Ruth Fredricksen John Fredricksen Oscar Mayhack Quot the owl critic Quot James t. Fields Edith Schavey. La czarina. Mamie Barnes Ona Crockett. Quot the Street l. Catlin Ruth Fredricksen. Our Festal . Forman girls chorus. Welcome to High school Margaret Swanson 11 presentation of diplomas. Co. Supt. F. F. Heigh Way Farewell . N. Anderson class chorus. Miss Ethel Crockett h. T. H. S., 10, pianist. Commencement night How much it Means to us and yet what a very Small part of our lives it is after All to finish and graduate from the eighth Grade. There Are certain Days that stand pre eminent in the history of nations Days Ever to be remembered with Pride and there Are certain Days in the lives of individuals which can never be forgotten. Surely one of these is the graduation Day. We have but one life to Lead and we All want it to be a Success. As we climb upward we wish to reach the goal upon which our Hopes Are entered. Class of 1910, there Are two ways before you. You have reached the crossroad of your life and the Only hindrances in your path Are the terrible rocks of ignorance. The Road to the right Long and weary As it seems to you leads up Over these rocks and if you could Only see beyond straight up to your heart s desire the other Road to the left leads past these rocks it seems much easier and More pleasant but look beyond it leads around the Mountain and Down Down into the Valley of failure. In the name of the Hobart township High school i extend to each and every one of you a welcoming hand and Point to you the members of the class of 1910, the Road that leads to the right Success. We extend to you a most Heartfelt Welcome to our ranks. Have you the courage to not Only attempt but to finish this journey and the perseverance to win Here s our hand. Will you accept our country s defenders tribute will be paid Hobart Post g. A. Plans program for proper Observance of memorial Day Graves to be strewn with Flowers. Personal mention Short items about people we know or. Friedrich entertained his father and Mother from Dyer saturday. Alta Halstead and mrs. Geo. Roper were in Crown Point wednesday. Ernest James and wife of Aetna were in Hobart several Days last week. Or. Cunningham of Valparaiso was calling professionally in Hobart Friday. The property known As the Harriet Ann James place on Cleveland Avenue has been sold to Fred Ewigleben. Edward Reissig returned Friday from Indianapolis where he had been As a Delegate to Odd Fellows convention. The commencement exercises of the Valpo High school will take place on thursday evening june 2. Or. A. E. Winship of Boston will deliver the address. When she wants a portrait of him or he one of her i make them the kind that pleases. Telephone today for an appointment. The Haase studio. The ladies Aid of the German lutheran Church will give an ice Cream social at their schoolhouse on saturday evening. May 28. Cordial invitation is extended to All. Or. Holbrook from the Moody Institute will continue to fill the pulpit at the congregational Church morning and evening until the return of the pastor Rev. A. A. Brown. It is understood that prof. G. H. Thompson has been retained As superintendent of the Hobart schools for another year. Prof Thompson has been connected with our schools since 1895. Or. C. Mackey master of Mcclelland Lodge f. Amp a. M., attended the annual session of the grand Lodge in Indianapolis this week. The doctor was a member of the committee on grievances and appeals. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Makutchan roller bearing co. For the purpose of electing a president vice president and five directors has been called for monday june 27, at the company s offices in Chicago. Prof. Walter a. Zaugg will succeed to the principalship of the Hobart schools taking the place of prof. C. H. Barts resigned. Zaugg is an up to Date and thoroughly efficient instructor and thought highly of by the pupils and the people of Hobart generally and his promotion to the position of principal will be Universal satisfaction. Gary Saloon men have declared War on Quot Blind pigs Quot Quot free lunches Quot and Quot can Rushing Quot a movement that the Saloon keepers declare will Benefit the Community As Well As themselves. An att Ertist will be made to have ordinances preventing Quot free lunches Quot and Quot can Rushing Quot presented at an Early meeting of the Council. High school class Day. The class Day exercises of the High school were held at Strattan s opera House monday evening and Well attended. The stage was profusely festooned with the class colors pennants Etc. The class of fifteen acquitted themselves with credit Margaret Boldt presented a pleasing Salu Latoy cd it a tinted on eighth Page made the pig squeal. The spell is now broken and Blind pigs have no More sympathy from the people of Gary. Several weeks ago it was thought a jury could not be found to convict a Blind pig keeper but Gus Veloni who was arrested last week was convicted and fined $100 and costs. The jury that convicted him included one Saloon keeper. Urge Peterson to run. A dispatch from Crown Point says Quot a prominent Lake county Democrat who has just returned from a secret visit to Indianapolis says that Strong influence will be brought to Bear upon judge John b. Peterson of Crown Point to take the democratic nomination for Congress from the tenth District. Louis Rhodes and family were in town saturday. Mrs. D. C. Frank and sons were in Chicago tuesday. Andy Wall of Chicago spent sunday with his parents. Fred Frank is numbered among the sick this week. Edward Kruse was out from Chicago sunday visiting his father we. Kinase. Miss Elsie White of Chicago is visiting this week with miss Ethel Halsted. John g. Earle of Chicago and we. Earle of East Gary were in town tuesday on business. Mrs. C. Goodenow who has been quite ill for some time is Able to be up again. Miss Amanda Quady of Chicago is visiting her cousins Here the misses Passow. Fred and Martin Hoff of a Chicago spent sunday with their brother. Rev. We. Hoff. Or. Madell of Chicago and or. West of Gary visited friends Here saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Mat Lennertz of Merrillville spent sunday at the Steve tree residence. Miss Kathrine tree and brother Edward of Chicago spent sunday with their parents. Miss Edith Hartnup and brother Frank spent sunday in Chicago visiting friends. Harry and Delos Chase who Are working in Chicago spent unday Here with their parents. Chas. Gruel lost one of his work horses sunday. The animal broke its leg and had to be shot. A number of our school boys and girls started to work at the whip factory monday morning. The Valpo standards dubbed the maroons of Chicago last sunday by a score of 23 to 0. Sidoo mrs. Cyrus Irving and son of Hammond Are visiting her parents w. P. Crockett and family this week. Miss Mai a Sleezer of Tolleston is visiting some of her former schoolmates in Hobart this week. The dance advertised at Strattan s opera House for saturday evening was called off on account of the storm. Prof. Zaugg and wife returned monday from a few Days visit with our former m. E. Pastor Rev. Kuonen and family at Rensselear ind. The following received the first communion at St. Bridget s Catholic Church sunday Geraldine Swanson Louisa Thyne Leonard tree Leo Lennertz John Boldt and James Murray. The Quot Aurora Quot the High school annual for 1910, is at hand. The Book is an artistic piece of printing embellished with numerous cuts of teachers and graduates and Clever sketches original with the pupils. Altogether the number is the largest and handsomest yet issued. Prof. Zaugg and wife left yesterday for his Home in Eastern Ohio where he will spend a few weeks upon the farm and then attend College at Wooster Ohio taking up special work. They will return to Hobart in the fall and or. Zaugg will take up his work As principal of the Hobart schools. Hobart Post no. 411, g. A. R., will properly observe decoration Day pay ing respectful tribute to deceased comrades in arms who have answered the final summons and Are Laid at rest in the local cemetery. Memorial services will be held this year at the Catholic Church on sunday evening. May 29. Rev. Father Hoff will preach the memorial Sermon. Everybody invited to attend. For monday May 30, 1910, decoration Day the Post has arranged the following program. Procession will form at 10 o clock a. M., Comer main and fourth streets in the following order 1. Citizens on foot. 2. School children. 3. Children with wreaths. 4. Old soldiers. The procession will move on main to front Street on front Street to cemetery Whei a the usual decorating ceremonies will be gone through with. After decorating the Graves the procession will Reform and move on front Street to Center Street and on Center to fourth and on fourth to Odd Fellows Hall where the following program will be carried out 1. Saluting the dead. 2. Reading governor s proclamation 3. Prayer by chaplain. 4. Music by glee club. 5. Reading Lincoln s address. 6. Address by atty. F. T. Fetterer. 7. Music. 8. Benediction. James Guyer commander. Gettysburg the Roll of Honor. J the news has been unable to secure a Complete list of the Soldier dead i buried in Hobart cemetery but publishes below the partial list secured. The Graves of these and All other soldiers will be strewn with Flowers monday next by Hobart Post g. A. The list. C. J. Williams co. A 43rd ind. Vol. Samuel Hopkins go. A Serg. In 1st Reg. 111. Vol. John j. Cheney co. A 2nd Battery vol. Relief corps. We. H. Rifenburg co. A Serg. Co. A .9th ind. Vol. Infantry. James Briggs capt. Co. A 44th ind. Infantry. We. W. Barney co. A 28th Iowa vol. Infantry. Mcroberts co. A 27th mass. Infantry. J. H. Ostrander co. A 1st Mich. Artil. Daniel m. Van Loon co. A 9th ind. Vol. John h. Fairbank co. A 108th n. Y. Infantry. Swan a Charleston co. A 9th ind. Infantry. A. Castle co. A 9th ind. Nifty. Elmore Mundell co. A 2nd ind. Art. John h. Green co. A 155 ind. Vol. Infantry. Herman Schilbach co. A 34th regt. Ohio vol. Infantry. John Schnabel co. Of 38th ind. Vol. Edward p. Chase co. A 155 ind. Vol. Infantry. Elijah Shearer co. A 5th ind. Bat Abraham mereness co. A 38th ind. Infantry. Napoleon Mcpherson. Two hot games for Valpo. Next sunday and monday the Valpo standards and the South Whitley teams will pull off two hot games on the Valpo grounds. The South Whitley s Are a fast Bunch and the standards Are in excellent shape and doing fast work so these games Promise to be exciting. Manager Glenn Crisman says these will be the warmest Ever. Probably a Large delegation from Here jul see these games. The swell est of the swell. That s what they Are All saying or going to say of Cal Fleming s new billiard and Pool room in the Odell building. It s pretty As a picture in its new furnishings and decorations. A handsome and ornamental steel ceiling put on by Paul Newman and artistic Wall decorations done by de Spencer these together with the new furniture installed by or. Fleming completely transform the Interior of this building. The Wall decorations Start at the base with a 5-foot Green Burlap Dado then the Quot oat meal Quot paper for Side Walls embellished with artistic panels and Borders making an extremely attractive combination and a credit to or. Spencer s skill in decoration. Linoleum will cover the floor and everything will be As tidy and Quot nifty Quot As one could wish to see. Cal will have the place open to the Public tomorrow Friday when All will have an Opportunity to note the changes wrought. This will give or. Fleming an Ideal place for the retail wholesale and Man facture of cigars in which line he has an extensive business also a handsome poolroom in connection. R f keep Dainty hands Dainty sweeping dusting scrubbing and in fact about All kinds of housework have anything but a Good effect upon the hands even if actual soreness does not result. Hand disfigurement can easily be prevented by wearing a pair of our durable rubber gloves these gloves Are soft pliable elastic and thin enough not to impart the sense of touch. Cost but 50 cents a pair. E. F. Scheddell your druggist 9 i w a Complete line of up to Date gasoline and Oil Stop for prices and particulars Call or address Paul Newman general hardware and sporting goods Hobart Indiana we. Crockett and family were out from Chica to several Days this week visiting i. Rents and attending the graduating exercises. Hobart Indiana established 1884capital Stock. $10,000.00 w. H. Gardner president Walter g. Black cashier transacts a general banking business 3lo interest paid on time Deposit Hobart bakery All kinds of fancy cakes and cookies ail the week and especially on saturday All Boivie made Best Quality and great variety Siegfried Baumer proprietor main Street Hobart Indiana building activity at Gary. Millions of dollars actual millions Are being spent in Gary at present for buildings and millions More will be spent. The amount of Money that is to be thrown into building construction in Gary outside of construction work at the Indiana steel Mills and other giant plants will reach nearly four million dollars. Gary s Progress at present is nothing Short of phenomenal nothing can Stop it. Business with architects contractors and the building trades is enormous and the Prospect for its future increase is flattering. Pete Henning former Crown Point Pitcher now playing with the Logan Square team has been offered a place on the Philadelphia american league team at a big salary and will probably accept. It m. W. Of a. Dance. The last dance of the season Given by Hobart Camp no. 5202, will be held in i. 0. O. F. Hall Hobart saturday evening. May 28th. Music by Sterling orchestra. Admission 75 cents ladies free. A general invitation is extended. We. Tyler Louis tree b. Johnson 6t2 committee. Decoration Day notice. Court Hobart no. 3, i. O. F. Of a., will hold their memorial services on sunday May 29. The Parade consisting of foresters headed by the band and Flower girls will leave Odd Fellows Hall at 1 p. Sharp and will March to the Hobart cemetery where the usual ceremonies will be held. 6t3 farm seeds Timothy hungarian Millet Best grades Kelly s seed store. 4tf

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