Muscatine County, Iowa
Muscatine Journal & News-Tribune
Centennial Edition
31 May 1940

Section 8 - Page 26-28

Submitted by Lynn McCleary
Page 26

Wilton High School
Individual Photos

Mary Jane Atkinson Leonard Gleaves Robert B. McClean
Helen Bacon Gertrude Grunder Arlene Owens
Kenneth Barkalow Doris Keller Kenneth Pasvogel
Thelma Jean Bowman Clarice Laucamp Nellie Rorick
Ethelyn Covell Elda Mae Latchaw Glenn C. Sanford
Arlene Darting Miriam Lauser James Sheetz
Marjorie Dickinson Lois M. Lenker Janet Smith
Harry E. Einfeldt, Jr. Ruby Lincoln Jean Smith
Doris Ford Howard L. Maurer Gertrude Stoll

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Arrangements were perfected last evening at the regular meeting Iowa Lodge No. 10, A. O. U. W. for the 23rd anniversary celebration in Armory hall. Grand Master Tilton will be here and J. W. Geiger will be another speaker. Muscatine Journal, Jan 14, 1898.

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Henry Jayne has been admitted to the bar by the district court of the county. He has already a good practical knowledge of law from his long experience in the district court clerk’s office. Jan. 16, 1871.

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We are sorry to learn that according to a Hindoo astronomer, a blazing meteor will pass by the earth, during the present year and In the short space of twenty-four minutes destroy all vegetation and kill millions of people. Muscatine Journal February 3, 1872.

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Submitted by Phyllis Hazen
Page 27

St. Mary’s High School
1940 Photos of Graduates

Darrell Becky William Nau June Rininsland
Jean Begey Harold Kurriger Bernard Steinke
Robert Byrne    

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1940 Class of Atalissa
Photos of Graduates

Doris BurnsRonald MartinBernice Smith

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Page 28

Lone Tree High School Graduates of 1940

Garold Brinkmeyer Robert Eden Geraldyne Holdeman
Claire Cooney Carole Edwards Kathleen Larew
Marion Carpenter John L. Ford Gerald Ruppert
Dorigen Doerres Carol Green Russell Wright
Marilynn Eden    

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60 Years Ago – And Now
Photo of old wash-machine and new Speed Queen wringer washer

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