Holly Springs High School - Holly High Lights Yearbook (Holly Springs, IA)

 - Class of 1948

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The History of Holly Springs The history of Holly Springs is a very quaint one but yet quite common compared to that of other communitites. Many changes have been made since the original location of the town. The first signs of a community were further west than that of the present settlement. First was a store built in 1885 by a man named Bushey-a small distance east of the present john Gallagher residence. Later it was moved further west to the corner near Lewis Sulsberger. Next an Indian agent named Price, who was formerly from Holly Springs, Mississippi, bought the store. From here the town got the name of Willow Springs later it was changed to Holly Springs. A few years later George Laper bought the store from Price, and after hav- ing possession for awhile, it was bought by Batman, and again it was bought from Batman by Wengert who moved the store to the present site of Holly Springs, on the north side of the highway. In later years the store was sold to the Rose Bros. who built a new brick building and then in 1946 sold it to Bruce Haddock when they moved from the community. The settlement grew larger and finally a school was built, and in about 1914 it was decided that all of the small country schools should be consolidated in to one larger one in town. These four of five school houses were moved to the school grounds and were used while the new school building was being built. Many additions were made as the year went by including a new gymnasiiun and auditorium. This was a government project, and was completed in 1941, This has added a great deal to the town and has served for many hours of entertainment and recreation. Up to the year of approximately 1926 all of the roads were unproved or graveled. A new concrete highway was constructed which helps to make up the state highway known as the "Denison," There are now two churches in Holly Springs and they are: Christian Church which was erected in 1894, and is located in the south part of town. The Open Bible Church was built in 1945, and is located on the site of an old black- smith shop many years ago. The telephone system was introduced approximately 45 years ago-and it was located in one of the farm homes, this was later moved to town, and has been operated here since. Holly Springs, now has many new buildings and business houses. A new building across the highway--a repair shop was built in 1945. A new business house has been erected in 1947, which is an implement, and electrical appliance shop. And also a new locker plant has been introduced and proved to be very successful. All these and other places make up the business part of town. At present the population is approximately fifty-one. Many of the members of the town have left, but others have filled their places. Other things have been added. A large bus line runs through Holly Springs six times a day. This proves to be helpful to everyone. Holly Springs is not large in size but everyone is proud of it and the history behind it and what it means. O S



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Hot Lunch Prog ram Our hot lunches started November 19, 1945. Mrs. Grace Unkel and Mrs. Clem Rose, known to us as Eva, left us-when they bought a home in Missouri in April of 1947. Mrs. Grace Unkel still keeps up with the good work. Mrs. Rose's place was taken by Verta Mae Hanner. When they first started serving us our noon lunches they had noth- ing to cook on but an old fashioned cook and oil stove, The water was heated in teakettles. The floors were in bad condition and there were no tables. Recently they have purchased an electric refrigerator, electric stove, a deep freeze, and a water heater. A cement floor has replaced the wooden floors in the eating room about six tables and benches have been built by our very capable janitor, Oliver Weber, The usual pattern for the lunches are: Sandwiches fbutter, meat, or cheese, Hot dish Cookies or fruit Beverage lmilk or fruit juice, We sincerely hope these hot lunches will be as successful in the years to come as they are now. Even though we seemingly crab on our off days we would all hate to go back to our cold sack lunches again. X

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