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Muscatine, Iowa
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Friday, November 27, 1931
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MUSCATINE JOURNAL AND NEWS-TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27 Two Bridges on Highway 76 to be Built This Winter Contracts to Be Awarded Soon One Over Iowa River and Other Over Short Creek, Both in Louisa Count}'. Columbus Junction.—Two now highway bridges arc planned to b? constructed this winter on Primary 7G, near Columbus Junction by the Slate Highway commission. While contracts have not been let it is expected that bids will be advertised in a short time so that work may commence soon. One bridge will cross the Iowa river and will consist of two 160 feet spans with 12 two-eye bt.irr. approaches, it will be 20 feet wide. The other one will ho bull', over Shnrt creek with three •;<> fee' spans and will be '.'.\ fe:t ir, -vidth. The bridges will be built to connect with Prim-iry road No. 76, going north on .Second street. No plans are made for the present tiinc fnr the viaduct over the Rock Island tracks but thin may be built later. S. K. C'royli; and a crew ; f men have been here tin- last week mall- ing foundation f. .sts for the above- bridges. Tests an; made ."') f!':t below thci bed of the stream. A^-cd Hcsidcnt Dii's. Mrs. Sarah McC.mahay, aged SP years, died at her home at Cairo fit 1 </cl'>rk Wu'JnoHday morning. She suffered a paralytic stroke somi tirur- agr. nnd li."-.s been f nil- ing since that time. Mr*. M'-Con.'ili'iy had b"-u » resident of the Cairn com.nunity 82 y-M.'.r3, coming there from Ohio. Sf.p mad«; her horn" with her son, Alvin Sellers, and grandsons. Another son, W. S. McCon- nhay, residus ncu.- Cairo. She is also survived by '.jr.jUier.s *ind sisters, v/h-> live at otuart, Icwa. The funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Tl.iirsday afternoon Htthr Evangelical church at Cairo anil burial was rn.-i-!" in the Fulton ccm.tery ut Cairo. OHier >.'e\vs. The ni'.'miy rs of the Columbus high school fonthall team were entertained at ;t duck supper Wid- nesday even 7 n^ at the home of one of the members. lioy Maurer, at the horn:- of his p«r:nts, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. .M-i'iivr. Supt. W. G. Robertson, Coach Ilalph Hihbs and Hfirlfy Devon 1 , bus driver, were nl.'io i:i att r ndfiP-Oe. Evangelist Clifford Perron and tlv.> R»'V. Mr. Naftzijjer, who have been linVling nice tings at the Church of Ood at Cairo several weeks, went Tuesday to Davenport to visit over Thanksgiving 1 . JVo service was hild Sunday evening on account of bad weather but service's will bo held next Sunday. Seven loads nf livestock were shipped out of Columbus Ji nction Wcdnesd ly. Those shippii.r;- were th" Shipping association, one of ho<; s and cine of cattle; R. S. Johnston, three cars of cattle; F. If. Johnston, one of cattle uncl Oscar Cassabaum, one of cattle. The Rock Island has takfn oft the old gas- Irrinc car goin^ east at 9 o'ch-rk in the mtu'tiin;^ and west at "i:2.~> in the afternoon. In its place they have a new and larger j.';as-eli rl rir car with tile engine room of tile far paintrr! reel on til" outside. A trailer is also added nnd the mail will be carried in this part of the train. Township Women Given Lesson in Nutrition Course Pleasant Prairie—The home of Mrs. Carl Kuendel was the scene of a gathering of Fulton township women when the lesson on "Marketing For Good Nutrition," was given by Miss Elizabeth Armstrong, Muscatine county home demonstration agent- The next meeting of the women will be held on Dec. 17, at the home of Mrs. Jarnes Rlessen. The lesson given will be on "Feeding, the Sick.' 1 Those attending the meeting at the Kuendei home were Mrs. James Riessen, Mrs. Harry Berodt, Mrs. Carl Soenke, Mrs. Elmer Ihras, Mrs. August Schlapkohl, Mrn. Otto Koeppe, Mrs. Arthur P.ohlf, Mrs. Carl Keundel, Mrs. Harry Brockman, Miss Melinda Brockman and Mrs. Ben Schroder. Furjii Bureau Meets- The Fulton Township Farm Bureau meeting was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Riessen with Carl Rylander and Miss Elizabeth Armstrong presiding. There was only a small attendance on account of muddy roads. j Officers were elected as fol- J lows: President, Elmer Ihms; sec- I retary and treasurer, Harry Berodt. An Interesting moving picture wa a shown and the meeting was closed with a social time and refreshments. Other A>ws. Mrs. Minnie Kelley and Mrs. Evulyn Bentley entertained' members of the Pleasant Prairie Presbyterian Ladies' Aid society at the church parlors Tuesday afternoon. Ten members were present. The time was spent with quilting. The next meeting will be held in two weeks witn Mrs. Emma Baker nnd -Mrs. Lettie Baker as hos- tessej Otto Koeppe and Fritz Gruemmer of Stockton were business callers here Tuesday. R. Y. P. League Holds Meeting "Thanksgiving'.' Theme o f Program at Sweetland Church. Letts Lone Tree Lone Tree-- Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Porter, who 'vcently drove thru to California. are located In Orange this winter instead i>f Loup; Beach, where they had spent several winters. Mr. an t | Mis. Loo Walker visited with Mrs. Walker's grandmother. Mrs. J. J. Rayner, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jack Sherburne was :i!so a caller there Mrs. Rnyner has been seriously ill for the past week. School was dismissed Wednesday afternoon fo : - the Thanksiving vacation, Hie teachers going to their various homes. The rural schools of Fremont township will iir>M their declamatory contest in the Lone Tree high school building next Tuesd.iv evening. Mr. and Mrs.. Charles G. Kmeger were Thanksgiving clny iruests of their daughter. Mrs. Kllsworlh Wnterhousp md family, at Columbus Jun.-tion. Mr. and Mrs.. Caleb Waltz, have returru\i to their home in Albert Lea. Minn., at'tvr a visit with relatives near Lone Tree and Conesville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forbes and Opal wore Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Forbes. Mrs. Joe Aubrecht and daughter Dorothy nnd Miss Verda Aubrecht attended the funeral services for Jacob Mentzer n[ Hill s Tuesday afternoon. Members of the American Leg- Ion auxiliary -ill meet at the home of Mrs.. C. M. Cantrell ' ues- day evening at 7:30. Eai-h member is asked to bring 10 cents, to be sent to disabled "soldiers. Hostess for the evening will be Mrs. C. M. Cantrell. Mrs7 E. C. Wolford and Mrs. L. G. Kiibourne ilr. and Mrs. William P. Ashton, Lavon and James spent Thanksgiving at the home of 11 rs. Ashton's father and sisters at Woodbine. Mrs. Cyril Rife will entertain the Esferines club at her home Friday afternoon. Dec. -l. The Rev. R. L. Brown, pastor of the Methodist church, conducted union T7ianks3ivinc services at the Reformed church Thursdav morning- at 10 o'clock. A barrel of canned foods was sent to the Methodist hospital at Des Moines thi s week, by the congregation here. The new Italian liner, "Rex." may prove to be the fastest afloat. Letts. — .Seven doctors atteml- I ed the funeral services for Dr. I Hiffley. at Gramlview Thursday: i Or. King of Letts, Dr. and Mrs. [Chittum of Wapello, Dr. Ditto of ! Oakville, D... Kabrick of Grancl- I view, Drs. Bcvcri' ;c. Howe and 'Phillips of Muscatlne. Others attending from this community jwere: Mr;. Charles Dickinson, Mr. j and Mr.s. Earl Dickerson, Ernst Lieberknecht and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Allen. Charlie Dickinson and family drove to Muscatine Thursday to attend the football game. Miss Hone stayed in Muscatine to attend the Boys' and Girls' conference. . Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shreurs and baby boy of Muscatine and Mr. and M r s. Ray Schafer and children were entertained at the Henry Schafer home Thanksgiving- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shellabarger, Mr. and Mrs. Olsen and daughter Helen of Peoria and the Columbus Junction football squad ate Thanksgiving dinner at the U. B. church on their way to Muscatine for the game in the afternoon. L. M. Hildebrand refereed the fotoball game in Muscatine Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ed Knott and her baby are with her parents in Muscatine. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mull spent Thursday in Muscatine at the home of Mr. Mull's aunt. The women of the U. B. church served 175 at their annual Thanksgiving dinnep Thursday noon. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. C. Turkington entertained at a Thanksgiving pot luck dinner Thursday evening. The following guests were present: Mr. and MfS. J. B. Garrett, Mrs. Laura Buster, Mr.s. Matilda Letts, Miss Adelia Letts, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Turkington, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hildebrand, J. M. Hildebrand, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Armentrout of Buffalo and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Me. Comtek of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eland of Des Moines drove to Letts Wednesday to the home of Mr. Eland's In-other, Dr. T. L. Eland. On Thursday the two families drove to Mt. Pleasant to visit their sister. Miss Hazel Zimmerman of Iowa Wesleyan college attended the football game at Fairfield Thursday and then came to Letts for the i rest of the week. I Mr. and Mj-s. H. D. Frame, Mrs. Ralph Lowe and Dean drove to Chicago for the week-end. The Frames are visiting Mrs. Frame's sister, Miss Evelyn Peterson. Mrs. Lowe is visiting her sister, Miss Nellie Shellabarger. The Rev. J. W. Gruber drove to Mucatine Friday to take some of the young people to the Conference. From there he went to Iowa City to bring his son Maurice of the University dental college home for the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Curtis entertained the following guests Thursday: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson of Davenport, Mrs. Har- liet Curtis, Fred Curtis, Mrs. Mae Dunham, Ernest Curtis and daughter, Marie, all of Columbus Junction, and Miss Genevieve Mc- Gtiire of Muscatine. Mrs. Ed McCormick of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Armentrout of Buffalo are visiting several days with Mrs. Emma Linn and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Garrett and Mrs. Buster. Mr. and Mrs. Harold McCormac entertained Mrs. McCormac's brother, Albert Owen of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCormac and daughter, Grace, Thursday. Iowa City — James Campbell, 15, negro, was held here Friday in connection with the slaying of i Annabelle Gross, 34, another ne- jgro. Authorities said Campbell admitted he shot Miss Gross as the aftermath of a quarrel several New Era—"Thanksgiving" was the theme,of the program presented at the meeting of the Rural Young People's league In the Sweetland Methodist church Wednesday evening. A large number of young people attended the meeting. The program given was as follows: Opening hymn, "America, the Beautiful"; scripture reading, Ephesians 5:17-20, president; "Thanksgiving"' song service in charge of Miss Ina Fae Paul and Miss Ruth Stortz; five-minute talk, "Duty of Thanksgiving," Lester Bill; quarter number, "Count Your Blessings," New Era Double-H quartet composed of Miss Ida Mae Hetzler, Corrine Hetzler, Vernon Hailing and Fred Hailing; five-minuta talk, "Wnat Should Be Included in Our Gratitude (all things)", Miss Ruth Stortz; duet number, Mis 9 Margaret Lang and Miss Lois Hahn; five-minute talk, "When Should We Be Thankful ("always for all things)," Earl Cawiezell; vocal solo, "God of the Earth, the Sun, the Sea," Miss Jean Lemkau; address, "The Joy of Youth," the Rev. J. A. Worrell; offertory solo, "Home Field" Miss Rita Day accompanied by Miss Maude Pace at the piano; announcement of the Older Boys and Older Girls conference, Miss Harriet Baker; closing prayer, the Rev. J. A. Worrell. A number of games and contests were conducted by the Sweetland young people who xvere in charge of the social hour which followed the program. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the recreation period. The meeting closed with the forming of the Friendship Circle and singing "Blest Be the lie That Binds." The next meeting will be held on Dec. 30 at the Pleasant Prairie Presbyterian church. Other News. The New Era Y. P. S. players will present their play "The Path Across the Hill" in the New Era community building Thursday evening, Dec. 3, and at the Park Avenue Methodist church in Muscatine on Friday evening, Dec. 4. Rehearsal for the production will be held in the community building on Tuesday evening, Dec. 1. The basketball season will open at New Era with the first practice in the community building schjfc'uled for Monday evening. Those from New Era who have registered for the Older Boys and Older Girls conference to be held in Muscatine on Friday and Saturday are: Miss Dorothy Sauer, Miss Ida Mae Hetzler, Miss Corrine Hetzlea, Miss Margaret Kretach- mar, and Roger Kretschmar. Sessions are held during both days and the banquet for Muscatine county delegates will be. served in the Baptise church basement on Friday evening-. Tipton Tipton.—In order that the poor folk in this community may be properly clothed, fed and sheltered during the coming winter, it will be necessary that tha good- fellows contribute liberally to the annual United Charities drive which will be made during the first week of December. Owing to the fact that the fundg of the charities have been lost in a closed bank more help will be needed than ever before to carry on the good work. Mrs. May Panjee Youtz, he id of the division of child stud; and parent education of the lov.-a Child Welfare Research station of the State University of Iowa, will clicuss "The Newer Understanding of Child Behaviour" at the next meeting of the Tipton Woman's club on Thursday, Dec. 3. It is hoped that a Parent-Teacher association may be organized in Tipton as a result of the meeting. Miss Olivette Pehrson, instructor in home economics in the Tipton schools, announces that beginning next Monday, hot lunches will be served to all students who desire them. A choice of three dishes will be served at eacn msal, it is planned at a cost of 5 cents per single dish. However, tickets for 24 dishes, may be purchased for 51. The serving of hot lunches at the school building has been tried in previous years with great success. Judge H. C. Ring of Cedar Rapids is presiding over the Cedar county district court today f jr the hearing of several cases resulting- from the recent cow-war in this county. No court was h;>ld on Thanksgiving- day and all county offices were closed. Iowa Railway and Light ! Expect20flat l Asks Right to Build Dam Annual Banquet: Grandview News ! Grandview. — The recent cold !sna P has made skating 1 and sliding Tipton—The dam across the Cedar river in Cedar county, which has been a topic of discussion hi this county's history since the survey of Cedar Bluff, more than 75 years ago, appears to be approaching reality. The Iowa Railway and Light corporation of Cedar Rapids has made application to the state executive council of Des Moincs for a permit to construct a dam across the Cedar river, nine miles southwest of Tipton and one mile north of the village of Rochester. Hearing on the application is scheduled to be held before the executive council at 10 o'clock Monday morning, Dec. 7. The dam as proposed is to be constructed of concrete with a permanent crest at a height of 25 feet above normal tail water at the dam site. Elects Officers for Ensuing Year Tipton.—Mrs. Howard Ross was elected president of the Cedar County Disarmament council, which held its second meeting in the Tiptou public library building. Other officers are as follows: Mrs. W. M. Furnish, vice president; D. J. Kelly, secretary; Dr. P. M. Hoffman, treasurer; the executive committee includes M r - C. H. Mather. Rev. J. W. Reed and Mrs. Marion C. Hamiel. December 27 the Tipton Ministerial alliance will sponsor a couu- ty-wide mass meeting. Miss Ida Winder of the Iowa branch of the National Council for Prevention of War will address the meeting, giving some of her experiences while at Lending the League of Nations meeting last year. * • — * | Moscow Moscow—The schools of Moscow township will be closed until Monday. The Rev. Mr. Moore of Wilton called in this community Wednesday. George Shroeder Harvey Duffe and George Smith were Muscatine visitors Wednesday. Mr., and Mrs.. Fred Wilson and son, Mrs. John Killlon and son of Davenport spent Thanksgiving day with their parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Perry Slater. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Miller and children Verl, Jr., Vern, Dale, Richarfl an <l Shirley were entertained by the latter's mother, Mrs. Callie Shaw, at a turkey dinner in Muscatine, Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Proctor and daughter of Wilton moved into the John Camp residence Wednesday. Fred Bailey of Manly, Lester Keller of Colfax, and William Lea.- of West Liberty spent Thanksgiving with their families here. Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Lincoln attended to business in Summit, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Camp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Proctor and daughter and Miss Florence Wilhelm spent Thataksgiv- ing day with the former's daughter, Mrs. Pete Sateros and family, in Wilton. Mr. and Mrs. William Parvin of Des Moines spent Wednesday evening and Thursday at the home of Mrs. Belle Christ. Mr. an d Mrs. William Hillman and sons spent Thursday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Walton, near Wilton. Mrs. Alvin Roberts and daughter spent Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen near Atalissa. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith and children Charlotte, Morris, Kermit, Virginia and Janite were entertained at the J. J. Haskins home in Wilton, Thursday at a Thanksgiving dinner. Township Contest Monday Evening Lone Tree —. The Lincoln township declamatory contest will be held next Monday evening at 7:45 p. m. in the assembly room of the Lone Tree high school. A small admission charge will be made. There are three entries in the dramatic division and five In the humorou s class, as follows: Dramatic: Bobby Shaftoe, Leor- rand Wissink: A Question of Loyalty, Evelyn Wiese; Aunt Pollys George Washington. Alice Zinkula. Singing by Lincoln school No. 4; dialog, Dreadful Boys. Lincoln school No. 8; Tricycle Taxi Duet, Lincoln school No. 7. Humorous: Caleb's Courtship, Margaret Cannon: Mrs. Harrigan on Nelghborliness, Vlesta Frus; In the Telephone Booth, Wayne Hahn; Sister in the Medicine | Chest, Viola Schuessler: Mrs. [ Meeker' s Dinner, Pearl Ball. | Other News. I Miss Delia Buell, who attends college at Ames, Is home for the Thanksgiving vacation. Miss Viola Baker, a student nurse at University hospital, spent Thursday at her home here. Mrs. Anton Fisher has been quite ill with the flue for several days but is improving now. Mr. and Mrs.. V. L. Holdernan and Bobby K. were Thanksgiving dinner guest s of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Musser. Ainsworth | ; — . - V Ainsworth. — Mr. and Mrs. Richard Speas left Wednesday evening to spend several days at the home of the latter's parents. Miss Maxine Welliver came over from Mt. Pleasant and was a guest over Thanksgiving at the Wilson Welliver home. Mrs. Mat tie Gloeckler of Mt. Pleasant has been visiting at the home of her brother. C. R. Stearns. The Rob McFarland family, who have been living in Quincy, but have rented a house In Brighton, were guests at the Earl Gesling home for several days. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Spessard entertained the following at dinner Thursday: Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Spessard of Milton and Kenneth Orndorf of Batavia. Sweetland News ! I Sweetland — The Sweetland Ladies' Aid served lunch at the John Gray sale Tuesday and approximately S17 was cleared. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gray and daughter, Dorothy, who formerly lived on the Gray farm, have moved to Muscatine, and the farm has been rented by Vernon Shepard. A charivari supper which honored Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierman, was held at the Sweetland Vallev school Monday evening and a large crowd %vas in attendance in spite of bad weather and roads. The Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Polk and daughter, Merna of Cedar, la., visited at the W. C. Knight home Monday night. They left Tuesday night. Mr. Hoag ac- vvhere they planned to visit over Thanksgiving with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weicrhaus- er of Muscatine, and Mrs. Albert Lake and son, Albert. Jr.-, were shopping in Davenport, Monday. Sixty-five young people were in attendance when the Rural Young People's league was entertained in the Sweetland church Wednesday evening. An appropriate Thanksgiving program was given and refreshments were served. Mrs. Charles Shepard spent Thanksgiving in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Haifleigh. Mr. and Mrs. August Gettert, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Doerfer and son, Richard visited in the John Teufel home, Muscatine, Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoag and son Paul have moved to their new home near Lockwood, Mo. Their household goods were shipped Tuesday morning, Mr. Hoag accompanying the car. Mrs. Hoag and Paul left for their new home via auto, Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierman were Sunday dinner guests in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Mortimer. Mrs. Myrtle Jenkins, teacher 'of Sweetland Center school, announce that the following pupils have a perfect attendance record for the past month: Ruby Martz, Gerald Christian, Robert Anderson Verla Hartsock, Frank, Evelyn Paul, and Arlene Bermel, Betty and James Van Camp, Earl Davis, Kenneth Chatfield, Sally Henderson, and Carol Martin. In the Rainbow school, taught bv Mrs. Hazel Walter-Satterthwaite, the following pupils were perfect in attendance: Alice Martin, Robert, David, and Doris McClean, j Mercer County Young People | to Meet Next Friday Eve| ning at Aledo Church. j Aledo — "The Challenge of ! Jesus to Youth'' will be the general theme of the program to be I given at the annual banquet for j Mercer county Young People on j Friday evening, Dec. 4, at the : First Methodist church it has been announced by Miss Emily Swartout, secretary of the Mercer County Religious Education, spon- ^ors of the event. I Approximately 200 young- peo- j pie of the county are expected to j attend the banquet which will be I served at 7 o'clock by members of | the Ton-Ka-Wa Bible class of the i Methodist church. ! This banquet and program is an annual event and in the past sef- I eral years has been one of the big i events of the year for members of i Sunday schools of the county. Re- iservations must be made through Miss Swartout by Dec. 1. The program will open with music by the Norwood orchestra -nd | the Rev. R. M. Means -,vill lead i group singing. Rev. C. R. Booth, ipastor of the Aledo Methodist ] church will lead in prayer and this | will be followed by a talk on the | subject "Jesus' Challenge to a i Christian Business" by Fred Bah- j ringer. "Jesus' Challenge to a Happy Life" will be the subject of a talk I by Chester Chandler of Seaton, i and the Junior choir of the Aledo Presbyterian church will give a selection. Miss Irene Maher of Viola will talk on the subject "Jesus' Challenge to Individual Development" ; and Rev. J. R. Kesterson of Viola will speak on "Jesus' Challenge to Worship.'' Willard Roth of Seaton, president of the county organization -,vill make a short talk and the evening will be closed with an hour of recreation. '• Grandview. — The funeral serv-1 ;ices for Dr. D. J. Higley were con.'5ren'"during"thei7"vacation. ducted at the community church Lawrence Martin and family of I Thursday afternoon with" Rev. O. I Davenport and Mrs. Vinnie Gra_ ; G. Lewis in charge. Mrs. Elmer (ham were recent guests at the ; Carter and Mrs. Herbert Gipplel Harry Martin home. I sang, "Nearer My God to Thee," j Dan Gast has \vir«?J his now ;and "Rock of Ages." [building and expects to begin bus' The pallbearers were Walter jiness soon. '. Shellabarger, Elba Dickerson, El-1 \Vednesdav for Chicago to sp«nd ;mer Carter, Clarence Bridges, Dan! Mr. ar.d" Mrs. A. L. Holiday left jGast and Howard Cocklin. The j Thanksgiving with their daugh- ! flower attendants were Mrs. Dean>ter. Mrs. Ruth McGrew. Buster and Mis sRoxye Buster. | Mr. and Mrs. Charles Young cn- The business houses were closed; tertaiaed Sir. and Mrs. George idren during their vacation. I Other News. Mr. and Mrs. George Burge and Young and daughter, OOrpha of Grandview and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Young and family of Muses. | son Milton of Muscatine spent! tine at Thanksgiving dinner. (Thanksgiving at the R. F. Gast' Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Clark. Mr. j home. land Mrs. S. T. Clark. Harold Clark I Miss Marian Vlbber of the j and Miss Leola Clark, all of Oska- Bloomfield schools is spending her loosa, attended the funeral of Dr. Thanksgiving vacation at her home j D. J. Higley here Thursday af ter- here. Harold Beilke went to Waterloo Wednesday and brought his little daughter home with him for visit. noon. Miss Mildred Thompson at th« Story City schools is spending her The condition of Dr. L. G. Woodruff, who is quite ill at the home of his siste r , Mrs. W. B. Huff, does a -Thanksgiving vacation at her home jhere. She, with her parents, spent not improve. Drs. Beveridge and Howe of Muscatine and M. Hunter of Wa- Thanksgiving with her sister. Mrs. Kenneth Buster and family near EVERYMONTH DOUBLED UP WITHGRAMPS Blessed relief! That is what women call LydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It eases cruel cramps and headaches caused by Monthly Pains. Public Card Party Held at Blue Grass Blue Grass — The monthly public card party which was held at the Community Hall Wednesday evening was well attended. Five hundred was played at 21 tables. Those receiving high score and awarded 'prizes: ars as follows Bud J. Drumm, 5,180; Mrs. John Daurer, 5,070; Mrs. Walter Kautz 5,010; T. J Hall, 4,980; Mrs. Harry Ehrecko, 4,970; Louis Kraklow', 4,560; Mrs. R. B. Shellabarger, 4,470; Mrs. Louis Kraklow, 4,390; T. J. Brus, 4,380; Mrs Chris Kautz, 4,250; R. C. Johnson, Henry Boock, 4,040; Fred H. Baer, 3,950; Carsten Frank, 3,940; Ira Benshoof, 3,930; Mrs. Mary Kock, 3,870; Mrs. T. J. Brus, 3,850; Jesse Daniels, 3,820; Mrs. Gustavo Schroeder, 3,760. The next public card party -will be on Dec. 19. Lunch was served by the Phi Omega girls. Other News. Mrs. J. F. Kautz entertained the Ladies' auxiliary at her home Wednesday afternoon with 15 present. Quilting was the work of the afternoon. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. E. R Schroeder. Mrs. Battle Healy, teacher, of the primary room of the Blue Grass school, Is spending the Thanksgiving vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Healy at Moscow. Thanksgiving guests at tne home of Mrs. Nellie Houvenagle Thursday included Mr. and Mrs Marshall De Schriver of Moline' 111., Miss Theda Houvenagle of Davenport and Willis Houvenagle Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Robinson and daughter Betty were entertained at a Thanksgiving dinner at the . home of the former's mother, Mrs. L. s. Robinson. Herbert, Wayne, Marvin Hetzler, Judith and Wayne Drumm, AnnaBelle Swanson, and Maynard Jakeman. Kenneth Bieber, student at Iowa State college at Ames is spending- his Thanksgiving holiday at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bieber WATERSPAR VARNISH FOR ALL PURPOSES HAHN PAINT AND VARNISH CO. PHONE 404 Mrs. Lina Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Wilfong were Thanksgiving dinner guests of the for- pello attended the Higley funeral j mer's son. Harry Martin and fam here Thursday afternoon. Morning Sun Morning Sun—The Woman's and Young Ladies' Missionary society of the Reformed Presbyterian church will hold their Thanksgiving services next Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Mary Armstrong and Mrs. L. M. Samson. Miss Anna Kennedy of Burlington came Wednesday for & visit with Miss Juliet Cannon. Miss Hazel Selzer and Miss Dorothy McClenaleon, teachers in Davenport schools, returned home Wednesday for a week-end vacation. Miss Mary Dlckson, superintendent of the children's department in the University hospital at Iowa City, returned "to her work this week after a visit with mother, Mrs. Sara Dickson. The Thomas A. Ochlltree' 1 junior club No. 10 will hold a regular business meeting at Masonic hall Saturday, at 2 p. m. The club sent to the children's hospital at Iowa City for their Thanksgiving; twenty-eight scrap books, and 46 toys. F. M. Brown called on O. C. Cooper at the Burlington hospital Tuesday evening, where he la a patient suffering from a crushed vertebra caused by a 20 foot fall Saturday, while repairing the electric light line. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barrack, Miss Edna Hupp and Miss Esther Ball motored to Burlington Tuesday evening to see Walter Hines, who is a patient at the Burlington hospital. Miss Marian Honeyman, who Is taking nurse's training at the Bur. lington hospital, came home Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving. Miss Mary Willson was hostess at the family Thanksgiving dinner Wednesday. Those attending were Mrs. Lois Honeyman, Marian, John, James, and • Donald Honeyman, J. Z. Willson and son Leslie Willson. E. J. Pollock, superintendent of Norwood schools in Lucas county, arrived home Wednesday evening for the Thanksgiving vacation. Hubbard, Neb. — Daniel C. Hefferman, SO, Dakota county state representative and former lowan died here Thursday. He was born in Manchester, la., in July. 1851. and lived there during his youth. BOWELS need watching Let Dr. CaldweU help whenever your child is feverish, or upset; or has caught cold. His simple prescription will make that bilious, headachy, cross boy or girl comfortable, happy, well in just a few hours. It soon restores the bowels to healthy resularily. It helps "break-up" a cold oy keeping tnc bowels free from all that sickening mucus waste. You /mre a famous doctor's word for this laxative. 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