May 22, 1920 Press-Citizen
US N. NEWS 5-22x North The ladies 1 -aid society was -very pleasantly entertained on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. C. Brooks. Edward Dnbrava and cousin, Bert Barron, of St Edward, Neb., came Monday to attend the William Dubrava Dubrava funeral, which took place from borne of his mother, Mrs. iBtaos Du brava, on Wednesday morning at l'Â« o'clock. Rev. E. C- Brooks of the Â·Methodist church conducted the services, services, and the burial was in Tiffin cemetery, Mrs. Cora Anthony and Miss Irma Springmfre autoed to Iowa City on Thursday. On thefr return here they were gueste of Mrs. Sarah Anthony. Â·Miss Estter Hogan spent last Thursday and Friday in Cosgrove, where she took the eighth grade examinations. examinations. While there she was the guest of aer cousin, CoHsolai*- McCabe. McCabe. f Ernest Burgess spent Tuesday night at the home of his sister, Harry Bawalt Miss Hattie Colony of Iowa City whose marriage is to be a near ture event, was the guest of honor Saturday evening at a miscellaneous shower-given at the home of her sin, Pearl Colony. Many beautifu presents were received by Miss Col ony. All wished her a bright and happy wedded Jife. Mrs. Millie Charfaon is having a new barn bunt on her farm spuUieas of here. (Lewis Stone and carpenters from Iowa City are doing the work. Mr. and Mta. Edward Pate 'and daughter Ruth of Lone Tree were visitors Sunday at the John Summer- le. A. E. Reeve . .. . and children, Dorothy and Chester, spent Tuesday Mr8 ^t eTett Brown. , Mrs. R- D. Connelly was an Iowa I dty shopper on Saturday. Mrs. Grace Bridenstme will remain indefinite visit among jeta- i tives before her departure to her home in Rochester, Minn, Mre. Anne Reynolds was tfte vic- j Urn of a painful fall at her farm Â· of here. At this writing she frianric /improved, and win visit wtth friends here before her return to hef home in Iowa City. William Fay of Iowa City was on Wednesday looking after the loading of several car loads of nay he purofettsed from James Meade. Ellas Brant and p. J. Murphy passengers to Iowa City on Monday, where they will serve on the jury this week.