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They’ll Do It Every l ime
Byrnes Named To Head New War Bor’;
Eighth Graders I Get Diplomas
By-Paul Mallon .Af
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J HEAVENSI ^ THAT CHILD' "THAT FACE ACAIN I WHV DON’T THEY PUT THAT LITTLE 0RAN6U TAN IN SOME ^ SORT OF AN } *( institution ?J
Pvt. Keith f). Anderson, and Mrs. Anderson and son. Donald Eugene, nave moved to an apartment in Ratliff, Ky. from Elizabethtown, Ky. a here they lived the past two weeks. Rater ff, Ky. is about two miles from Fort Knox where Pvt Anderson Is sta
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Honor Students Announced at Exercises
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r KOM ISE lib t it lite for the Rumi plan was advertised as a tax "abate-
mt nt” and “forgiveness** at least to th** extent of 7a percent.
Mort Lo the point, it is a Lx increase It will increase th*- taxes of
nearly every*.ne making over $30 a w* * k by at lea t 12 . percent next yea.
son Will Succeed Byrnes
Clara Ellen FJrtfeon of Salem was th* top honor student in the i ural eighth grad* class, it was announced at th*- rural eighth glade graduation exercises he Id at the high school au ai tori urn here Thursday afternoon.
Dori. Lee of Center was ,* cond and Roc* i F.nke of Canaan third, Other home pupil were Kenenth Calhoun, Baltimore Donald Smith, Center, Joyce Hirschy. JefTerson, Helen Scott, and George White, Tippecanoe.
Idaniel Win'*-: played th** proces
sional. the audience sang America, Rf v M C. Carstenxen gave the invocation, the pledge of allegiance was giv»*n, Manly Hulujuist played a piano solo. Ruth. Ann Cottrell and Ramona Sodini gave a lyre duet R« v. Georg** G. Hunt gave th* address, "Courage of Tomorrow." Donald Gtssel played a flute solo, Marshall Carroll a clarinet solo and after ’he prev-ntatioti of the honor letters and the diplomas by Miss E, Mae Grau, county superintendent. the audience sang God Bless
Irving O. Van Kyoe who bs a dental e* hnirian stationed at San Diego. *nl f„ has recently graduated and Is now a First Class Pharmacist’s Mate. H* has recently sent’his mother, Mrs. Edith Van Syoc a very novel gift. He sent a small portable electric and bater v radio with recordings of his own ;o ce.
Mrs Van Syoc had received “A Letter on a Re* Ord” made by the U. S. O flub prior to this last gift. One side of (he record is the recording of a song which he sings to his mother, and the other side is a spoken message, or a-cf his recent graduation. His address of his recent graduation. Tis address is Balboa Park. San Diego, Calif.
STICKS OUT HER TONGUE TO WHOM SHE THINKS IT MAV CONCERN-ON THE SUS; ITES PROVO C A' ON
Most Stores To Close Half Day
Robt. Williams Is WarVictim
Third Winfield Boy Killed In South Pacific
< OM MI NC KMENT ( A LEND AR
Friday. May 21- 8 OO p. rn —Com-mencement Play, "Letters to Lucerne-’
Saturday May 22 9 30 a rn Trustee Meeting.
11 OO a. rn.—ClcrFng Chapel
12 30 p. rn —Blue Key Luncheon at Yellow Lantern Tea Room 7:00 p. m —Alumni Banquet at Methodist Church
6 30 p. rn.- Phi Delta Theta Dinner and Formal Dance Sunday, May 23— 1:00 a m -Baccalaureate Service at Chapel 1:30 p. rn —Independent Men Banquet at Yellow Lantern Tea Room
Monday, May 31—8:00 a. rn.—Alpha Xi Delta Breakfast at Brazelton Hotel
Phi Mu Breakfast at Saunders Park
Pi Beta Phi Breakfast at Methodist Church
Zeta Tau Aloha Breakfast at Yellow Lantern Tea Ro m PhiUa Breakfast at Saunders park 10:30 a. rn Commencement at Chapel.
MILLIONS OF AMERICANS TO WEAR RED POPPIES
The Iowa Wesleyan Players close one of their busiest seasons tonight with the presentation of "Letters to Lucerne”, a three act drama under the direction of Dr. Waldo Braden. Featured between acts will be a male chorus selected from the aviation students of the 82nd College Training Detachment stationed at the college.
This event is the first of the 1943 Commencement activities.
PARK SERVICES WILL
BEGIN THIS WEEK
Chicago, 111. —- Ben Roth, of Henry county, was on the Wednesday market at the Chicago Stock Yards this week with a consignment of 25 steers straight at $16 OO per cwt