Jefferson City Post-Tribune from Jefferson City, Missouri on October 29, 1931 · Page 8
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Jefferson City Post-Tribune from Jefferson City, Missouri · Page 8

Jefferson City, Missouri
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Thursday, October 29, 1931
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Page 8 JEFFERSON CITY POST-TRIBUNE News of the Community STOVER ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Owen Todd, of Florence, spent the week-end in Stover with honiefolks. Misses Gladys Rowland and Millie Jewel Fry, students of the Warrensburg Normal, spent the weekend in Stover with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rowland and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Fry. Irwin and Herbert Wahler Saturday in Jefferson City friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Small and Mrs. H. K. Welpman motored to Savannah, Mo., and returned Thursday. They visited in Parkvillc a few minutes on their return. Mrs. Gray and son Henry left All fishermen reported excellent catches. Lake View Bench, owned by Ernst Hart, was visited by a number of the hunters where they secured boats for fishing, joy-riding, and viewing the great lake. This proved very interesting to the visitors, especially those from a distance, that had not had the opportunity to .see this beautiful body of water in reality. The association provided a tent, 16x24, including some cots for the ... ,· acc'omn;c(inuojj of visitors, white a with nuin }j e j. pitcher their own tents and had their own camping parapha- nalia. On Wednesday evening an old fiddlers contest was held, the first spent TILLIE THE TOILER prize went to Mr. Goodo, of Springfield, which was $5.00. The second prize of $2.50 went to Mr. Butler, of Springfield. Real music was ren- last week on a motor trip to No- 'j dered'at this contest, braska where they will visit rela- { Thursciay wlls designated an "Ladies' Day." A number of ladies Thursday, October 29, 1931' A PAGE OF FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY lives several weeks. Anna Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carley Bowers is quarantined at her home with smallpox. Mancel Gehrs, Oscar Scrivnerand Bert Johnson enjoyed a duck hunt on the Lake of the Ozarks last Tuesday. Syd Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johnson, and Miss Darline Blair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Blair of Versailles, stole a march on their friends last Thursday when they motored to Sedalia and were married by Rev. A. J. Baldwin, pastor of the Sedalia Methodist church. Alter the ceremony they visited friends and relatives in St. James until Sunday when they returned to Versailles. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will make their home in Stover where the groom is employed. Eugene Rowland, who has been employed with the state highway department at Clinton, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rowland. Alfred Shireman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Shireman, was brought home from the John H. Bothwell Memorial hospital Sunday, where lie had undergone an operation for appendicitis several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wofford, of Odessa are visiting Mrs. Wofford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Blackman. Rev. E. P. Guanther of Clay Center, Kansas, arrived in Stover last week where he joined his wife and children, who had been visiting Mrs. Guenther's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fajen. They returned to their home the latter part of the iveek. The Smithton Creamers' is running a cream truck through Stover once a week buying cream for their creamery. Roy Roberts, owner of the building located between the bakery and Welpamn's store is having same repaired by having the floor lowered and the interior redecorated. Mr. Roberts has rented this building to Mr. Pinley of Harriett. Mr. Finley ·will open a restaurant in the building as soon as it is ready. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bockelman and two sons while en route to the Lake of the Ozarks, south of Stover , ^TVWUii Wi k J L V J I L l , -~~.L.., HVIU m_-i C W U 1 C I I I OOitlnl- had the misfortune to have their ] bia and Jefferson City last week to car catch on fire from a defective .see "Colossus" captive whale. the were present and enjoyed the address made )y Congressman W. L. Nelson, who was a guest at Lake Viev; Bench during the hunt. Next door to the association lent, was Mack Moore's dining tent. Mack Moore, proprietor of the "Eat More Ca't'.' 1 of Versailles, was pres- · ent with his able assistants, Oscar ! Ivy, Phillip Adah- and Bill Black- i burn preparing meals a!i hours o f ' the day and night for all those on the "Happy Hunting Grounds." Mack is noted for bis good cooking and was well prepared to take care of all hungry appetites. The association was very glad to welcome so many visitors from a distance, among them being Mr and Mrs. J. P. Coats, of Nevada Robert Payne, of Morirsville, D. C Wilks and Virgil Hensley, of Springfield, and Robert McClannahan of Kansas City. The weather proved to be ideal during the entire period of affording great pleasure for the lovers of out door sport, most all visitors brought their dogs and entered them in the races each night. A number from neighboring towns, Versailles Sedalia, Fortuna° Stover, Barnct, Eldon and Camclen- ton, took part in Hie hunt. Dr. H. M. Ross, president of the association, and George Petty secretary, deserve much credit for the progress made by the association. HARTSBURG Fred Buescher and family and August Wittie motored to Washington, Hermann and Marthasville Friday for a few days visit with relatives. Mr. Charlie Zumwalt is staying at the Buescher home while they rae absent. B. p. Osterloh motored to Boon- vine Thursday to see his brother, Mr. Henry Oscerloh, who is quite ill. He was accompanied home by his mother. Mrs. Mary Osterloh, who for the past week had been at the bedside of her son. Allen Hinshaw and family spent Thursday with their son, Loyd Hinshaw and family in Columbia. James Bryant and family and Mrs. P. L. Tremain were Columbia visitors Thursday. Albert Freeman and wife and Mr. P. L. Tremain were business visitors in Columbia Thursday. Many from here were in Colttm- motor one day last week and was completely destroyed. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams, of Hadskill, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Clark. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hampton, who have been visiting Mrs. Hampton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Amende, residing- south of Stover, returned to their home in Kansas City Sunday. Miss Gladys Johnson, of Versailles, spent the week-end in Stover with friends. Dr. Chas. A. Weist is spending several weeks in Florida visiting his sister and family. Dr. Bay, of Cole Camp, was called to Stover Sunday in the home of Mr. Boltz, Mrs. Boltz's father being ill. Mrs. Mabel Newman and children, of Sagrada, spent several days last here last. and this week in the home o£ Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Clark. Frank Landreth left for his home in Nebraska Wednesday, after spending several weeks here on his farm. Mr. and Mrs. Gaverette Brunjes and children were Cole Camp visi- Mrs. Rosa Bryant spent ,.,,, week-end with her cousin, Mrs. 3=^. Annie Nichols and husband of Me- Baine. Dr. C. C. Farmer, of Centrnlia. was called here Saturday to see Mr. Henry Begemann who for the past year has been very ill. Miss Ora Mae Lee, of Ashland, spent the week-end with her friend, Miss Hazel Tremain. George Walker and family of Chamois .spent the week-end here with Mrs. Walker's brother, Mr. John Nahlor and family. Mr. Jesse Billiard returned to his home in Texas Monday after spending the past two weeks with his mother, Mrs. Mary Bullard, of near Ashland. It has been twenty- years since Mr. Bullard was tors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fajen and daughter, Greta Gale and Miss Lucile Conley, were Sedalia visitors Monday. air. and Mrs. Joe Schannep, of Burns, Kansas, accompanied by Charles Harris, of Stover, spent Thursday at the Bagnell Dam and Camdenton. Alfred Shireman. the twelve-year- old son of Mr. 'and Mrs. Adam Shireman, of Stover, was operated on Thursday at the John H. Bothwell Memorial Hospital in Sedalia, for appendicitis. He is improving nicely. Mrs. Mike Caldwell returned to her home in Tipton Thursday after a week's visit in the Chas Harris home. Miss Gladys Rowland, Bernice Dorman and Mrs. Nanie Philips students in the Warrensburg Normal, spent the week-end in Stover with their respective parents, Justice of Peace Arrested. Carley Bowers, a justice o f the peace of Stover, Mo., was arrested in "' of pox. 4th. His trial will be Menke and family and J. P. Bryant were Jefferson City visitors Saturday. Win. Stahl and family of Colum- biaand Fred Menke and family spent Sunday with Clyde Hickam and family. L. Busch and wife. B. \V. Busch and family. Dr. C. P. Megee and wife. Clem Vogcl and family were Jefferson City visitors Sunday and to see the big whale. Tho Buches also motored to Guthrie Sunday afternoon to see Mrs. L. Busche's brother and niece who are very i.., Mr. Jeff Trammell and daughter,' Miss Zula Mae Trammell. Rev. Ralph Nichols of Columbia who has been called pastor for the Hartsburg Baptist Church the coming year, filled his fourth Saturday and Sunday appointment here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin ,,. Ashland were dinner guests Sunday of their daughter, Mrs. B. W. BBusch and family. August Klemmen and family, Ferd Beggeman and family, A. L. Earner and family, W. F. Rice and wife were Columbia visitors Thursday. Mr. George Walker and family of Chamois, Oscar Buescher and and dinner nd familv Chas Henry Loh - Annual Fox Hunt. i and Mrs - Henry Forbis of Ashland The annual fox hunt of the Mid- · iltter tted services here Sunday and State Fox and Wolf Hunters' As-' S PTM the day with home folks. sociation was held Wednesday,' J. P. Bryant spent Wednesday Thursday and Friday, October 21st. | -nd Thursday with Clyde Hickam TM*»,»£· 23 i I ff 1 ir-'? l e m e e t i n s ; »^ family of near Ashland, was held just off Highway No. 5. twenty-five miles south of Versailles in a beautiful peninsula, formed b\ the beautiful artificial Lake of the Ozarks, and in reality "Hunters Paradise." The peninsula contains somewhere near 2,500 acres of Isnd The camp-site of the meet was near the shore of the lake, making it Unas* Ofsirjiyg to fish. Paul Simms, wife and baby, who hove been making their home i r ith his parents near Wilton, moved to Hartsburg last week. Al-cn Hinshaw, wife and daugh- tf-r. Miss Martha Pearl, spent Sun- tfay with Airs. Hinshaw's brother, Join-. Alexander and family, of Jefferson City, His Guiding Star you e.e My 5XM "VELA-1XI D ME ABOUT res Sj-mfcrtr. Inc., Crest lit BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Ooooooooh! By Martin FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Sour Grapes! 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