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The Saint-Joseph parish school will hold the official graduation ceremony on Sunday, June 12. Eight students have successfully completed grade 10 and will graduate with honors. Fourteen eighth grade students took the county exams and all passed with good grades. The tenth year graduates are: Edward Ernst, Allen Freese, Frank Gerlich, Michael Remakel, Frances Remakel, Hilda Sieverding, Genevieve Rolling, Alverda Scheckel.
The remains of the cape. George Schaub and Private Tasso Schoop of Bellevue, and Soldiers Bernard Portz of Springbrook, John Laughlin of Zwingle and James Clancy of Cascade, who died overseas during the war, arrived here on the late train on Friday evening and were greeted at the depot by members of the American Legion in uniform and a great help from our citizens. The bodies of Schaub, Schoop and Portz were immediately transported to their parents’ homes and the other men were dispatched to their former homes on the narrow gauge on Saturday morning. The two Bellevue boys died a day apart.
Weed control takes up about 30 percent of all the time a farmer spends growing plants, according to experts from the United States Department of Agriculture, who recently conducted a weed survey.
According to a government report, the rate of influenza cases for a group eating from hand-washed plates and utensils was 324 cases per 1,000 inmates, compared with a rate of 108 per 1,000 inmates in this group eating food. dishes washed by dishwashers.
The annual Chamber of Commerce excursion will take place on Friday according to the word received by George Beeler. The usual trip will be made to Dubuque with the boat back to Bellevue in time for a moonlit excursion.
Maquoketa Golf Club came to Bellevue on Sunday and beat the local club by something like 100 strokes. Local men say they couldn’t stay away from tough Sunday and they also say visitors to Timber City are excellent golfers and hard to beat.
The wedding banns between Wilford Till and Miss Hilda Sieverding were first published on Sunday at St Joseph’s Church.
Cedar Rapids-Raymond Simon, 15, who was injured on May 22 by a local police officer, died on Saturday. The boy was shot dead as he fled instead of obeying the officer’s order to stop.
Ber White yesterday shipped a shipment of clam shells to Muscatine.
Why do adults as well as children cross street corners? Few steps are spared, and you would think it would be easier to walk on a smooth sidewalk than to walk through the grass and flower beds.
Fred Schaub’s new addition to his garage is almost complete and he’s installing new machines. He also installed a new gasoline pump and now sells three grades of Standard gasoline.
The Iowa Highway Commission has issued a tender for the construction of the overhead crossing on Route 52 at the southern edge of Bellevue. Bids on the $ 250,000 project will open on June 24. The overhead considered to be one of the toughest engineering jobs to be found in the state will be 823 feet long and 24 feet wide.
Leader Miss Margaret Campbell is taking a vacation from her arduous duties and planning to leave for Tulsa tonight, for a visit with her sister. During his absence, we ask our readers to telephone their news directly to this office.
Louis Jess, who returned home on leave with his parents, received notice Tuesday morning from naval officials in Washington that his leave had been canceled, asking him to immediately return to San Diego to work on the USS Saratoga.
The half-dozen nimrods who rushed on a fishing getaway to the north of the country returned last Saturday with humble and varied stories. Those who made the trip were Charles Cheney, Reverend Laurence Nelson, John Hachmann, Ben Janssen, Omer Efferding and HW Anderson.
The 48 stars and 13 stripes of our American flag today are indisputable proof that a united continent is possible – that groups of people with different philosophies, different races with varying interests can become a peaceful and united nation.
Gifts for Father’s Day: suspenders 49 cents, dress shirts, 98 cents, ties, 98 cents, Pfeiffer’s Federated Stores.
A dismantled F-84 fighter jet was transported via Bellevue on Wednesday morning on a fleet of six Air Force trucks en route from Dayton, O. to the new Waterloo Air Force Base.
Uncle Vaughn Gayman and his radio quiz program Flavorkist from station WKBB will appear in person tomorrow afternoon at the Big D Market. All customers and friends are welcome to attend.
Uncle Sam Says: Secure Your Future – Buy US Savings Bonds with Payroll Savings. What is good for you is good for the country.
Some of the boys, about half a dozen of them, erected an actual air raid shelter north of Bellevue for their engines. It is a concrete block structure that is made in the right style. Some of the guys who use adobe are Art, Dr. Tilton, Jack Hachmann, Ray Leonard and others I believe.
With Tom Roling putting on a brilliant pitcher’s performance in Sunday’s game at Clinton, the Bellevue Beavers shut out the Clinton Foods 3-0 to tie for third place in the Illowa league race. It was Clinton’s first loss of the season.
Don’t forget the movies in Legion theaters tonight. Views of the Korean combat front will be displayed. The general public is invited to attend.
Five Bellevue girls are among the nine finalists in the Miss Maquoketa contest sponsored by the Maquoketa Jaycees. The girl who will represent Maquoketa will be chosen on Friday. Rose Marie DeGear, Carol Deppe, Cleo Gerlach, Carol Ann Koppes and Judy Tebbe are the Bellevue girls in the competition.
Phyllis Achen has been appointed assistant director of Playground Don Even.
Funeral services were held Monday for the five victims of a two-car collision that occurred 4 1/2 miles west of Bellevue on Friday morning. Ms Melvin Hoff, her son Terry, 12, and daughter Lenta, 3, were buried in the Presbyterian church of Gerald Kintzle, 31, and his wife, Una Marlene, 24.
Egelhof Funeral Home-101 Franklin St. Call Kenneth Leppert, Bellevue Phone 2.
Bob Ernst and Evelyn Manderscheid have announced the sale of their insurance business to Mr. Ernst. It will continue the same businesses it served.
Plans for the annual Bellevue Heritage Days celebration are well advanced. Several changes have been made to this year’s program. Most notable will be the river boat rides that will be available. The Julie N Dubuque will be present all day for river excursions.
An escapee from a Washington state prison was apprehended here early Wednesday morning after a night of work by state, county and local officials. Everett Osborne, 28, was captured around 5:40 a.m. south of Pleasant Creek Park after he escaped a net at a house in Bellevue. Bellevue Police Chief Eldon Wohlers received a call after midnight from the FBI indicating that the escapee may be on his way to visit relatives in Bellevue. Chief Wohlers drove past Bellevue’s house and found a car with Oregon license plates parked there.
Due to a severe outbreak of rabies, nearly 20 people in the Saint-Donat and LaMotte regions have been vaccinated against rabies so far this year. The first case was reported in February and involved a rabid skunk at Joe Gleason Farm. Until last year, people infected with rabies were forced to undergo up to 23 painful injections, resulting in serious side effects. Now, a serum is given in five doses, usually delivered to the arm, which cause virtually no discomfort. Although no cases of rabies in humans have been reported since 1951, the recent epidemic in animals indicates a clear danger.
Plans for a second medical clinic in Bellevue died Monday evening. Bellevue City Council unanimously voted to deny an application by Medical Associates of Maquoketa to rezone vacant land in south Bellevue from residential R-1 to commercial C-1. Doctors had purchased land at 502 S. Third Street, across from the west side of Sarge O’Neill Park.
Bellevue City Council voted four to no on a Monday night to offer Marvin Goetz of Bellevue $ 50,000 for the vacant building he owns at the northwest corner of Court and Second streets.
City attorney Mark Lawson has informed cable owner Mitch Friedman that his company is not on the terms of Bellevue’s non-exclusive cable franchise. That was almost a month ago, and the 60-day franchise agreement countdown is ticking.