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Two Coflioiid«t6d t WiUftifli«burg. tow The Journal-Tribune tad Willianwburg Shopper, Consolidated Willi.m.butg, IOWA Town and County Official Paper » » » * R. H. HALBASCH, Publisher * * * * Entered at the post office at Williamsburg, Iowa, as Second Class Matter under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Sub. Kates In Advance, Year In Iowa and adjoining Counties $3.00 In Cedar Rapids and Iowa City and around State $3.50 Outside of Iowa .. M-00 Card of Thanks, minimum. .75c WEST PILOT (Myron Heitman is leaving for Ames where he will attend college this year. Mrs. Duane Schwarting spent Tuesday with tizt parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown. Last Wednesday September 12 was Julius Hadenfelt's birthday. Mrs. Hadenfelt had the family home for supper. Th?y were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hadenfelt and family from Ladora; Mr. and Mrs. George McCallister and family, Mrs. Karl Coover and Linda. Later in the evening they served home made ice cream and cake. Rev. and Mrs. Jasman were Wednesday p, m. callers at Ida and Lena Dietrichs. Robert Rosenberger and son Carl of Boulder, Colorado are here visiting relatives. They also visited at Council Bluffs, Des Moines, Fairfield and Ottumwa before coming here. They with Mr. and Mrs. Gust Kruse at Fairfield were Saturday callers in the Clark Heitman home and were overnight guests in the Alvin Hunzelman home at Victor. Sunday a picnic was held in the Marengo Park. Quite a large number attended. They were Mrs. Joe Smith of Marengo; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Guehrn, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Guehrn and family of Marengo; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Guehrn and Adele of Victor; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Guehrn of Amana; Mr. and Mrs. Herman and Diana Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Heitman, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heitman and Randy, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Heitmann and family of Williamsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kinzenbaw of Victor; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hunzelman of Victor; Mr. and Mrs. Bob 'Merringer of Victor; Mr. and Mrs. Gust Kruse o£ Fairfield and Mr. and Mrs. Dian Kruse of Ottumwa; Mr. and Mrs. Willis Davis of Williamsburg; besides Robert Rosenberger and son Carl Rosenberger of Colorado. Sunday September 16 was Mrs. Russell Gorsh's birthday. Guests there Sunday evening were Mrs. Rudolph Hudepohl and Neya, Mr, and 'Mrs. Orlo Collingwood and family, -Mr. and Mrs. Orvilfe Teg- gat and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Carter and family, Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Hudepohl and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Hunzelman and 'Prank Gorsh. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Austin and sons of Rock Island, (Mrs. Austin was the former Mary Ablard) and frfr. and Mrs. Harlan Lortz and family of Cedar Rapids were Sunday p. m. callers at the Truman Lortz home. Nancy Slaymahtr entertained a number of girl friends at a slumber party Friday night. It was in honor, of her birthday which was Tuesday September 18. Her guests were Karen Pine, Karen Steffen, Joann Steffen, Susie Burgy, Susie Durlan, Katherlne O'Donnell, Maria Mabie, and Lauraie Chandler. Mr. and iMrs. 'Russsll Gorsh and family, Mr. and M's. Alfred Gorsh and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Gorsh and family and Frank Gorsh attended a picnic dinner at the Cecil Gorsh home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flidr of Cedar Rapids were Sunday guests in the Otis Schult?; home, Earl Clark who had been at the Schultz home, returned to Cedar Rapids with the Flidrs. A son was born to Rev. and Mrs. Williamson at Marengo memorial Hospital last Wednesday September 12. Thsy have another son. Rev. Williamson is pastor at the Ohio and Immanuel Church in Lincoln township. They live in the Ohio parsonage. Arnold Slaymaker was a Friday caller at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Slaymaker in Marengo. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gorsh and family were at the Russell Gorsh home Tuesday evening and Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Caroll Gorsh and family were there. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Slaymaker were Sunday evening caller at the Andrew Hooker home. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heitman and family. The Hookers son David Ernest was baptised at the morning service at St Paul's E & R church. 'Mrs. Truman Lortz returned Friday from the Elmer Diggs home at Wyoming, la. She says her mother Grandma Durr still is gaining and sets up now about 3 hours at a time. Mr. and Mrs. James Frederick of Cedar Rapids visited in the home of their daughter, Mrs. Lester Fetzer and family Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kleih- meyer were Sunday / evening guests in the Ivor Lortz home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Davis of Williamsburg attended the Viola Zuber, Lavern Davis wedding at the Ohio Church Wednesday evening. Mrs. Cjka was a Sunday caller at the Carl Schultz home. •Mrs. Ivan Smith and girls and Mrs. Russell Schaffner and family were Sunday evening callers in the Carl Schultz home. Sunday dinner guests at the Julius Hadenfelt home were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lindsay and Mrs. Emma Tromenhause of near Marengo. In the p. m.' Mrs. Tracy Voss and Delores and Elizabeth of Belle Plaine were there. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Olmsted and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Wayne McCallister home. In the p. m. Mr. and Johnny Schlesselman and family and Mrs. J. P. Schlesselman were there. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kozlshck and family were Sunday dinner guests at the George. Blythe home. Sammy Roberts who was Injured slightly In an accident Is doing nicely at St. Lukes in Cedar Rapids. His parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roberts visited him there. Gail and Winnie Davis and Fred Smith calkd at the Ralph Davis home last week. Diana Smith is staying with her grand parents, (Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heitman while' her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wallie Smith are taking a vacation trip. (Mr. and 'Mrs. Clarence Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gillipsie and family of Iowa City attended the Wagner reunion in Marengo Park Sunday. At the Albert Kozishek home Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. George Hanson and family. Saturday p. m. callers at the Julius Hadenfelt home were Mrs. Ike Griffin and Mrs. Cecil Collingwood and daughters. Picnic dinner at the Clarence Wandling home in Marengo Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fant, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wetjen, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Heitman, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Heitman and Kurt, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Heitman, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hoppe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Plagmann and family of Norway; Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fant and family of Blairstown. "Mrs. J. P. Schlesselman spent two days last week at the home of her son Everett and family and helped with cooking for extra help. 'Mr. and Mrs. August Steffin and family were dinner guests Sunday at the Clair Faas home in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Lily Steffin also accompanied them. Mrs. Freddie 'Bott is quite ill and in St. (Lukes Hospital at ~2dar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Davis and Danny of Ladora were Sunday p. m. guests at ,the Ralph Davis home. Mrs. Newell Arp called at the Willis Davis home last week.' Robert Kozishek spent last Wednesday with his grandmother, Mrs. James Kozishek. Sheri Dietrich spent Monday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Peirce. Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Gieskieng of Barkesfield, Cal., driving by way of Amirillo and Terline, Texas, enroute to Blairstown, arrived Wednesday p. m. at the Russell Davis home near Williamsburg. 'Friday a. m. they resumed their journey planning to visit in the Ed Gieskieng home near Marengo 'before going on to Blairstown. .Mrs. Davis and Ed Gieskieng are niece and nephew of Mr. Gieskieng. 'He is a native son, the youngest of a famil yof nine children who were born and grew up in Blairstown, only four of. whom survive. They are John and Albert of California; Fred of Washington and Miss Nellie of the old home in Blairstown. Albert who is now retired has been employed for many years as chief elec- trition in the high school system of 'Bakersfield. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moore were Thursday evening visitors at the Russell Davis home. CONROY Sunday callers in -the C. L. Smith home were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burnmeister, (Mrs. Ida Butferfleld and Mrs. Clara Parks of Cedar Rapids- Mr. Smith's condition remains ' the same. Mr. and Mrs. 'Elmer Ahrens and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jule Olson and (Phyllis were Sunday dinner guests in the (Robert Jones home of North 'English. Mr. and Mrs. 'Lloyd Williams visited in the Ray Johnson home of Btfsfcey and with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hayes of Coraton Sunday. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Oelmar Wetjen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wetjen' were Thursday evening callers in the Ed Kinsey home watching slides that were taken toy their son, Tom Kinsey, while he was in service in Europe. Mrs. Dean Hill returned home Monday from the Miller hospital in Williamsburg \vhere she was a surgical patient. Mrs. William Lienen is a surgical patient at the Miller hospital in Williamsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Wetjen and-family were Friday evening callers in the Eldon Wetjen home. Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Peirce and family were Friday evening guests for a weiner roast at the Everette Joseph home. 'Penny Schaver of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend in the Ralph Garringer home. . Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kephart and Vonnie Lee Garringer were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bell of North English. T/Sgt. and'Mrs. H. E. Venson and Debra returned to the air base at Smyrna, Tenn., .after a weeks visit In the Howard Frlck home* Mr. and iMfS. Gene Carter and sons attended a .party Sunday evening for Mrs. Russell Gorsh. Mr. .and <Mrs f James Sauter and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harby were Sunday afternoon callers In the A. *H. (Bruhn home. Miss (Marguerite Smith of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend in the C. L. Smith home. Mr. and .Mrs. Forrest Rotobens of Cedar Rapids spent .the weekend in the home of Mrs. Stella Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas~Bavis of Cedar Rapids spent Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. iFrances Thornton. Saturday evening callers in the C. L. Smith home were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Heaton of Fairfax and Mrs. Magdaline Rose of Norway. MILLERSBURC There will be a car wash held at the Millersburg school on Saturday, Sept. 22. Have your car washed for a dollar. All receipts go to the Athletic -Fund. The Millersburg Garden Club will meet on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at the home of Mrs. Michael Sauter, at 1:-30 o'clock. The roll call will be answered toy some poem mentioning a flower. A party was held on Sept. 11 at the home of Mrs. Bessie Hall. The occasion being the birthday of 'Dean Wayne Hall, whose birthday was on the 8th of September. The afternoon was spent . . | in playing games on the lawfu Refreshments Were served toy the hostess, which consisted 61 birthday cake and Ice cream. The friends who helped mm Jo celebrate were Loran HaHr Ricky Gerard, Loran Alberts, Eddie Sauter, Peggy Gerard, Vlcki Bonn, Junior Tanke, Eddie Hall, Shirley Dunn and Rosena. Dean Wayne received many nice gifts and some money for a gift. They departed for home wishing Dean many more happy birthdays. iMrs. Roy Bell and sister, Mrs. James Ginrich, of (Parnell, were callers Sunday afternoon in the Bessie Hall home. ,Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cheney visited Saturday evening .with the Charles Schaffners. Mrs. Bessie Hall- and Dean Wayne Hall spent most of last week in Iowa City where Dean was under observation for a heart ailment. lEstella Van Horn and brother, Max Van Horn, went Wednesday for a short vacation with a niece in Rockford, 111, and to visit another niece in Chicago. They iplan to ibe gone for a week. ;Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith recently returned from a trip through the Black Hills and Bad Lands and parts of the Dakotas. Mr. and iMrs. Donald Ochs and Mrs. Jessie Gordon were callers in the John Humphrey home on, Wednesday evening. Th'ey had attended the funeral services held for iFred Ochs, who was an uncle to Mr. Ochs. A weiner roast was held by the Methodist 6th grade class on Friday evening in the Montross If Ton Have \ LAUNDRY-DRY CLEANING to be done Phone 83—Brickefs or 82 — Burg Department Store timber, ove? 24 we*6 fcfeient. Refreshments of Weiners, buns, pop and marshmallows were served picnic style. Several from here attended the boys base •• ball tournament held at .Guernsey Saturday. LOCATiWS (Prepared For Last W«ek)". Mr. and Mrs. John Buser and Mr. and .Mrs; Sob Buser took A trip to "Wisconsin, where lh<6y stayed a few days. While In Wisconsin they visited Devils Lake State (Park. They were in Ithe immediate locality where" 14 year old David Anderson of Cedar Rapids, la., met his death after he came in contact with a guy wire which .was connected to a utility pole. While in Wisconsin the couples also visited the many Ifriends that live in that locality. Qn 'Monday night they had dinner at Ithe Herman Greif home. 'Hermari Greisf is'the son of Rev. Greif who was a former minister at St. Paul'* Lutheran church in Williamsburg. (While they were there Herman Greif "a son waa cele; brating his fourth birthday. Saturday and Sunday the couples visited the home of Elmer Perk- ° v , erto J Uri landmarks in ing Holy (Hill, v, Milwaukee, wis. *?** {*» c °uples sloped at of the Mounds and r IHU « Which features old an u, N01 couples report they ft 8 ' « enjoyable time and had, Vei pleasant trip. ° a v « day a „ 6 < P«#le attending afternoon MORE TRAVEL wolf YOU NEED MORE PROTECTION yowl IOWA FARM MUTUAL AifoWiFirnProtMtw VOKMtTAH.SeAU.Olia Dean© Cranston WUlbunsburgr, iow» IOWA FARM MUTUAL , ' • ,- - INSURANCE COMPANY IOWA DAIRY INDUCTS COMMISSION • IOWA DAIRY PROMOTION tSSOCUIIOK 331 liuuronet E«tt>o»9« tl<(..D<i MoUti •• Winborns Timely Topics Volume 9 September 20, 1956 Number 38 ECHOES FROM THE ACRES Like many of the rest of us, Joe Allovus would raither "take a beating" than to go shopping with his wife in a large department store; but he bears it patiently as a "necessary evil." While Jenny flits from counter to counter and from coats to dresses, he finds a chair and waits for time to pass. It was on one of these occasions that Joe noticed a young man looking even more uncomfortable than he did, wandering around as if in a daze. ',1 wonder who can give me some information around here," he said to Joe. ' "You just ask the floor-walker. He's coming this way now, "c^un- seled Joe. And then to be helpful, he haikd the floor-walker for the young man. "I'm in a. jam," said the young man. "My wife sent me here to buy a casserole or a camisole, but I can't remember which." "That's very simple," said the floor-walker. "Just tell me what kind of chicken you want to put into it." Yes, it's tha,t simple. And it's simple to get, the right feed at Winborns. They have five different cattle feeds, eleven pig and hog feeds, ten chicken feeds; and " if this isntt a big enough selection, you can get one tailor-made to fit your need. Can it be that because the Lori} created the eauth's surface three- fourths water and one fourth land he meant us to spend thret times ROTO-FLO Egg Washer and Sanitizer Now you can wa*h egg» quickly and ea»ily! Gather eggs in same basket in in which .they are washed." ROTO- FLO washes unsightly eggs in 5 to 7 minutes, Simply, set -special basket with eggs in ROTO-FLO, plug -in, and in few minutes remove basket of sparkling-clean eggs! Whether you are a large or small producer of teggs ROTO- FLO meets your need effectively and economically. Initial investment surprisingly low. Pays for itself in short time. Write or call for d:scriptive folder, Needed on every Farm! Sold and Recommended by WINBORNS . Here's What You Want, A Quality Cattle Feed At Low Cost Winborns 37% Cattle Supplement sells for the low price of . $86.00 per ton, $92.00 with the 10 mllllfrram level of .Stilbestrol added. This is not a "sweetened fiber" feed; it's highly concentrated and digestible. Clothiers claim that in some towns t \vo -pair pants do not sell very well in summer. Two pairs are evidently too warm. i —W— Do You Wont Pullets? 'Winborns can put you in touch with those who raised extra Ames In-Cross pullats , to sell, — W — GET OUK BIO ON NEW COKN 1 . OATS, »qd SO¥ BEANS. We ftiill have several hundred bnohels. of old CM or shelled corn to nr/ «•» W ^" "I "met my wife at a dance." "Gee, that was romantic." as much time fishing as plowing. ' ^"^ *&?£?X kids. — W-r MR V raiit A purchased the following bill ot goods last Saturday, September 300 Ibs. Regular 40%. 200 Ibs. Middlings 1 Ib. of lawn grass seed, and returned £4 used bags. ,Mr. 35's ticteet number was D66933. If he reminds Winborn of having read this description, he will receive ivee a choice of a hand feed scoop or a hog pan. •m $2.00 per ton Discount from Regular Board Price for Rest of September Offered on V Winborw Sweetwied Pig Starter BAKERS COCOA Lb. Box WYLERS LEMONADE NIX 2 For 19s ALL FLAVORS KOOL AID 3 For lOc Popcorn PEAS 3 MINUTE WHITE OR YELLOW VALLEY PRIME 303 CANS 2 Ib. m 37c 2 FOR 27c Krey BEEF STEW Cake Mix PILLSBURY WHITE, YELLOW CHOCOLATE LB. CAN PKG. 29c 100% Pure GROUND BEEF 3 Lbs. For $1.00 Armour Star DRIED BEEF Vi Lb- Pkg. 29c RINDLESS Longhorn Cheese • 39c 29c 79c ARMOUR STAR Minced Ham FRYING Chickens ,To 2V 4 Lb. Avg., Each KELLOGG'S V Atllll 1 Y * ACK FREE RULER PLASTIC SARANWRAP COPPER GLO COPPER CLEANER - COMSTOCK APPLE PIE NIX » o, a., HEINZ KETCHUP CAMPBELLS c, 14 Oz. Bottle TOMATO SOUP I 1DDWB ' LIBBY'S *«,,**», 33c 32c 25c 29c 23c lOc 25c KRAFT DINNER WATERMELONS A MEAL IN 7 MINUTES RED RIPE MUSCATINE 10-88 U». Avf., Each I TO. 2?C 25c YELLOW GLOBE Onions Ib. 5c FUDGE FINGER Sandwich Coofefe* *• 33c SHINA DISH Liquid Pint Can PEANUT BUTTER Slwdd ' 2 Lb. Jar Libby't Frozen Package 35c 75c N, B. C. RITE CRACKERS Pound Package LUX 26 c nboOL 6V Y Jf WT^j 4 81