The Muscatine Journal from Muscatine, Iowa on October 20, 1931 · 10
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Tuesday, October 20, 1931
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1 10 MUSCATINE JOURNAL AND NEWS-TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20 Muc M Maii in Cedar County Corni Husking' Contest Several Experts Already Entered Contest to Start Promptly at 10 O'clock on Morning of Oct. 26. i y Tipton- Several corohuskers with big: cornnusJODB have already entered to records the Ce- conteat aar couy w.---7- .t farm, und to be neia - . ,Y. i, ; one mile northeast of JaW Slanwood, . live miies iwuiw- . , 1 rr 9R : On JlODOaVt - The contest will start pro; at 10- a. nv, when Henry Behrec. official starter. wiU - the shot which will start imptly Von fire the ; boards-arrv H- bombardment .Harrv . Voelker. est Stanwooo, t;. spe Branch, have app-- complete arrangements have been made IT, - o urn crowd wh iae which . -i n ttrts trie IS expeciea w " The contest will continue m A mimitM. for when one nour ana the corn will be weighed and . -Am. nr XCeSS hi de- busks-J OUCUcna ui" . ... .ij Con- and corn ! leu - testants re required to gjc all Gleaners corn on i ... it nrtV vn?nti ana piCK Will loiiow " nas all UP- ail corn vua-i. , : . missed on the two rows and thrown ears wnicn nvc over the wagon. For each pound . of corn left in the fleld. three pounds will be deducted from .wm ln the wagon. Each busker ! 'will be permitted to leave five ounces of husks on each 100 pounds of corn. If more than -Ave ounce are left, deductions shall be made at the rale of one, cent for each additional ounce. In excess of live and up to . ten ounces, three per cent for each adlit!onal ounce, in'ludm? tne tenth ounce, stall be made. Dinner will be served at the farm, and th announcement or the winner of the contest will be made immediately after the, din-, , ner hour. s - Presents Program at Sweetland Church Sweetland. A group, of voice pupils of Mrs. Nellie Robertson ' presented a program at the Sweetland church Sunday evening at 7:30, Instead of the Ep-' worth league service. Following . Is the program: : "Guide Me O "Thou Great Jehovah," Miss Caroline -Lie bbe; -I ' Love Life." Louis Yarck; "For- ever," Miss Wllma Schmer: "Roll On, Thou Deep Blue Sea." Raymond Pilgrim; "Just to Be Glad.-Miss Laura Duncan; -"Remember Thy Creator." Carl Llebbe; -Blest Redeemer, Miss Georgia Davidson: "Sunshine in Rainbow Valley,- Frederick Lange; 'Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes." Mrs. Helen Hermann and Mrs. Lord; "E'en as a Flower" and The Morning Is Calling," Miss Mary Raub: 'The Holy City." Miss Rita Day, and "The Beautiful Garden," J H. Teufel. ' Mrs. Robertson played the - piano accompaniments for her pupils. 1 - The offertory was a clarinet duet played by Gordon Day and Erne3t Holtz, with piano accompaniment by Miss Rita Day. As a closing number, Mrs. Robertson sang "Bow Down Thine Ear," with Miss Georgia Davidson accompanying her at ; the piano. Sons of David Class Elects. The Sons of David class of the Sweetland Sunday school held '- annual election of officers during the Sunday school hour I Sunday morning, with the following results: President. Albert Hetzler; vice president. Gordon Day; secretary and treasurer. Edgar Hetzler. The past presidents Lester Bill, ' gave a short talk in which he ' thanked the class for their co-, operation during the past year. The new president, Albert Hets-ler, also spoken to the-class, asking that they ' continue to stand by him as they have in other years.. Reception for Sweetland Pastor. The people of the Sweetland community will -give a reception for Rev. and Mrs. James" Worrell and family In the social rooms of - the church, this evening. This . was originally announced for Friday evening, but because of con-: - flicting with other things, it was changed to Tuesday night. -A short program will be given and refreshments consisting of pie and coffee wi'l be served. " I Settlement News . . Wilton Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lang : and daughters. Margaret and Beu-lah. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hahn and children, Donald. Marjorie, Betty 'and Lois, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hahn and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sy-wasink and daughters, Elizabeth, Helen and Merle, were Sunday - - guests at the Harry Hahn home. This was a surprise to honor of Harry Hahn who celebrated his , birthday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hetzler and children. Kenneth. Harriet and Gladys, spent Sunday with the Rev. and Mrs. Phillip Hahn" and family. Lois Lang waa unable to perform her duties as teacher at Champion Hyi school Monday on account of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis of Jolier, TIL. and Mrs. Anna Bude- iier or ko isiana were enter-. tained at dinner Sunday at the Arthur Budelier home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roof of Davenport and Mrs. Robert Budelier Of Wilton WCTW aft crnwin callers at the Arthur -Budelier borne Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Budelier. Edwin Chamberlain and Mrs. Ann Budelier spent Sunday eve- Experiment Plot to ' Be Husked Oct 27 Tipton. The Iowa township Farm Bureau corn yield plot will be husked on Oct. 27 and the corn variety and fertilizer plot wit be husked on Oct. 28. The corn yield plot is located at the Howard Dickinson farm in Iowa township. Eleven different farmers have entered corn In this contest, also two different kinds of hybrid corn are entered. The corn variety and fertilizer plot demonstration will be held at the Forrest ' Rhoad farm In Linn township.: -In this plot there are four different varieties of hybrid corn planted and seven ' different plots where different" fertllirer analysis have been used. W. F. Watkins, farm crops - extension specialist, wll be present on the above dates and win assist in checking up the yields in the above plots. Wilton Youth Is 1 Given a Surprise : on His Birthday Wilton Master Bernard Duffe was surprised by twelve boy friends who came to his home Saturday afternoon to help him celebrate his eleventh birthday anniversary. Games were played until late in the afternoon when a birthday lunch was served, Bernard waa well remembered with srifts by his guests who were Earl and H&rlan Belnke, Irwin Maurer, Kenneth ; Atkinson, Burdette Crock. Leo and George Napoulos, Bobby and j Dick Seber, . George Dunker. Alloysis Koederer, Ken neth Kiser and Clarence Duff e. ' Four-II Club Girls Meet, i: The Merry Maids Four-H , club of Wilton township held the reg ular monthly meeting Saturday afternoon at the home of Ima Schlapkohl. j The business session was followed by the lesson on Planning and Re-arranging My Own Room.? Ima Schlapkohl was chosen to represent the club in the county . chorus. The club will give the program at the Farm Bureau meeting In November instead "of October as had been previously announced. ' Other Pews. Dr. and Mrs. Henry, Hell had as dinner guests at their home Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Morey and son Gregory. Jr., Miss Mollie KlUen of Big Rock and Mrs. Bryson Sauer of Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Heab- ner and son Harold and their guests. Mrs. Anna Kirschoffer, Alfred Kirschoffer and Mrs. Freda Frakes, motored to Marengo Sun day for a: visit at the B. A. Agee and B. B. Davis homes. : - The Ladies Aid society of the Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon at the vestry, Mrs. A. C. Baumgartner, Mrs. , Mark Collier. Mrs. Herbert Herr, Mrs. Alice Weatherly will be the hostesses. , Miss Verna Finck of Durant spent the week-end at thehore of her sister, Mrs. Frank Johnson. C A. Kiser of Mason City spent Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Fred Daut and son, S. M. Kiser and families. - - - i ' John Bloom ofthe state univer sity spent Sunday att he home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Wildasin. . ' Mrs. Harry Dilley and daughter of ML Vernon spent Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Emma Rynearson. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Birchard and little son Donald spent the weekend with relatives at Kellogg. Mr. and Mrs. Trank Johnson. and little son. Francis and Miss Verna , Fink' visited at the H. F. Johnson home at Iowa City Sun day. , i Raymond Heabner of Mason City, was a guest tt the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. G-'W-Heabner Sunday! i .(.- Mrs. Harve Wiley of Agency. Is a guest att he home of Mr. and Mrs. T, H. Armstrong. Mrs. Thomas McSaireen and Mrs. Will McSwIggen will be hostesses at a ;card party to be spon sored by the Rural Sewinar society Thursady afternoon at the . old Masonic hall. Five hundred and euchre will be played and the games will be called at 2 o'clock! The public; is invited. Mrs. Anna Kirschoffer. son Al fred and daughter, Mrs. Freda Frakes returned to their home at Kansas City Sunday evening after a week's visit at the G. W. Heabner home. ; Mrs: J. C. Wycoff of Arencv is visiting at the home of her daugh ter, jurs. jari (Armstrong; ; Mr. and ; Mrs. Orlo Howe and family of Tipton and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Herring: of Mechanics- ville spent Sunday evening at the G. W. Heabner home. t , i m Bloomington Btomlneton Mr. and "Vfr Grant Bond of Muscatine . were Sunday evening: callers at the r - , . UIUl Jinnn EOIHe. .'Miss GeraJdine Poatr nnf the week-end at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank - Paul of Sweetland called at the M. N. Goddard home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Johnson and family spent Sundav mt th iwn. of Tene Carlson In Illinois and at- tenaea the morning services of the Swan Lake M. E. church. Mr. and Mrs. . Harrv MistinV and famUy were AtaMssa dinner W1 A . . ' 5u i mo , uome or A'f ana Mrs. Grant McConnaha Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and son called in the afternoon. William Pantel and Miss Ttmjn Goddard of Muscatine and M. N. Goddard iwere dinner guests at th Ed. Goddard home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Freera of Muscatine called at the ' Hoopea home Sunday afternoon. i celebrating Miss Gertrude Bude- Church Society - Elects Officers Slontpelier Ladles Aid Holds All Day Sleeting . in Church Parlors. Montpeller All members and two visitors were present when the Montpeller Ladies' Aid society held an all day meeting at the church Thursday, with a potluck dinner served at noon. The annual election of officers was held. d quilt was finished and further arrangements were made for. the bazaar and thicken supper to be held at Schroeders hall at Montpeller, Thursday evening, OcL 29. v Another meeting will be held at the church Thursday afternoon., OcL 22 to complete the plans. Otflcers elected were as follows:. President. Mrs. S. J. Pulse: vice presidenL Mrs. Antone ! Braun; secretary. Mrs. William Bonnsacx; treasurer, Mrs.. Clyde Nettleton.- . Other News. I-- Mrs. James Bloom and son Hugh have returned home from a week's motor trip, where they visiter! relatives at Lake Park. Min nesota, and in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hill or Davenport visited Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Har ry -SneU. "C - Mr. and Mrs."; Mason Hope and daughter AJma have returned from a' motor' ttiplto Unionsville, Mo., where they' visited with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles a naiey visited over Sunday at the home of their soa Wilbur and wife at Muscatine; Mr. and -Mrs. Arthur uietz ana daughter, Elizabeth and baby Ar- . .m.f. -.rJolt&H QnnHav - eve- wur . iuiv , j ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry SneU. . George Fuller and Roy Jake-Tan Tnt Sundav with Oscar, Bohnsack. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bohnsack at bunDury. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Nettleton ni rfiunrhter Evelvn and George Franklin called on relatives at Muscatine Saturday nighL xfia. Frieda Mevers of Chicago, wa a. sunDer euest at the home of her aunL.MrS. Anna i Kemper and family, Saturday nighL r.ui schroeder of Sibley arrived for a short stay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .Edward Schroeder and Mrs. William Schroeder. vfr nd Mrs. Fred Schroeder and children and William Spauld-ing motored to Galesburg, I1L. Sunday to visit relatives. aim. Spaulding will accompany them home after a several weeks' vacation there. ' ! Mr. and Mrs. E - E. Paul and Doris and Lawrence were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kinnen, jr. . W.l and Mrs. William Waln- cott hf Indianapolis. Ind.. motor ed here and are visiting with Mr. Walnscott's brother, Lee and fam ily near Blue Grass.. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brown spent Saturday night at Muscatine. Mr. and Mrs. Ravmond Drumm. daughter Doris and Bobby Smith, of Muscatine spent Sunday eve ning at the home oi Mr. ana Airs. Fred RinnerL Jr. Rose Bush Blooming Twice in One Season High Prairie. A rosebush has produced a dozen or more f unsized blossoms on the E. E. EI-chelberger lawn since the fall rains. The bush is a common red variety and bloomed normally in June. It is thought tx heavy rains following the extremely dry summer were responsible for the second burst of bloom-Honored at Brthday Dinner. 'Mrs. C. W. Harbaugh and B.H. Hitchcock, whose birthday anni versaries fall on the same day. were honored at a dinner at the Harbaugh home Sunday. Table decorations were in keeping with the occasion, . a large birthday cake forming the centerpiece. Guests included all - memeers of the Harbaugh and Hithck families, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. KnlghL Muscatine, and Mrs. Ed Will. ! , ; Other News. I Mr. and Mrs. M. R- Walts were hosts at dinner Sunday to a large group of relatives, which Included Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Altekruse and son. Edwin, Mrs. - Mattie Mc- Cleary, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ei- chelberger, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Eichelberger and children,- Mr. and Mrs. L Vf Eichelberger and children, and 'Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Eichelberger and daughter Helen. Morris Legler, whose arm was burned severely while taking the radiator cap off a hot tractor about two weeks ago, has almost completely recovered. The steam from the radiator went up his coverall sleeve, ; burning the arm from wrist to elbow. WASH TUBES 7fF ML THE AttMV. WASH w CAPTURE AT THE HANDS OF THE EN RA6CP SNEE71AN HOUSEWIVES. i , I'd 'V c 1 c Prisoners in Louisa County Jail Cutting Brush on Roads Wapello The Louisa county board of supervisors met In regular session Monday. Routine business and allowing of btlla and claims were In order. Many claims were slashed i and some not allowed, in an effort to reduce expenses. - 1 . Sheriff George Oakes announces that prisoners at the county Jail have been put to hard labor, cutting brush along the county roads. M. L. Milligan has been placed in charge of the men. Last fall the prisoners were put to work cutting brush and trees along the trunk roads and : all trees suitable for fire wood were utilized for fuel at county buildings or was given- to the' indigent of the county. 42 New Cases a Court DockeL Forty-two new cases will be included In, the docket for the October term" of district court which will convene Monday, OcL 26. Many of them are suits filed by L. A. Andrews, : receiver of various defunct banks of the county,- on notes. Only one divorce, that' of Frank GIpple versus Florence Glpple, on the charge of cruel and inhuman treatment is slated for this term. J. K. Latta. Morning Sun. is printing the dockeL Road Work Moving FasL The twenty-five miles of grav Fulton Industrial Four-H Club Girls Meet Saturday Stockton The Fulton Industrial Girls Four-H club met at the home of Louisa Brockmann Saturday, afternoon in regular session. Roll call was answered by current events. A business meeting was then held and Miss Lillian Puis leader of the club, tendered her regulation. Her successor has not: yet been named, th Brockmann was chosen to represent the club to sing in the county chorus at the annual Four-H banquet to be held Nov. 21. The club will hold a Hallowe'en party at the home of Louisa Brockmann, Friday evening OcL .30. given by. the losing' team in. the attendance contesL Margaret Puis being captain of the team. EI verna Rlessen was named as candidate for county officer at the anntial election. Tne new county club rules were read by the leader, Miss Lillian Puis. x The following program -was then given: A demonstration on "How to Make Waste Paper Baskets," by Louisa Brockmann x discussion on, -How. Can We improve Our Room?--and a health talk on "Sprains,- by Miss Lillian Puht,- The next meeting will be held at the home of Eunice Be rod t, Nov. 14. -',.. Atalissa Atalissa. Mr. and Mrs. Laur-ance McCarty are the parents of a 7 1-2 pound daughter, born Friday. . j Mr. and Mrs. Bert .Smith and family of Davenport were Sunday guests of Mrs. Mlna McDonald. - j Harry Doyle, who has spent the past two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Doyle, left for his home at Rembrandt, la., Saturday. Mrs. Fred Oepping, Mrs. Myrtle LaFrance and Mrs. Martha De-vore spent Saturday with- Mrs. Lill Devore at Muscatine, who is quite ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. August Miller. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James t Lowenberg Sunday evening were Leslie Plerson. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Nagle and daughter Irene, of Davenport, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. HohnkL . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dohnke and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ellsworth spent Sunday at Van Meter. Ia visiting relatives. Miss Doris Blair of j Davenport spent the week end i with her mother, Mrs. Laura Blair. Mr. and Mrs. Clarenct Schmidt and family spent Sunday at the Clyde Carey home near Muscatine. , i j Mrs. James Morgan and daughter came Saturday to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Coas. . Mr. and Mrs. Vera Werthmann and son Harold left j for their home Sunday, after spending' the past week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coulter.! ; Emmett Coss trucked a load of hogs to Davenport on .Monday for Otis Arnold. j ! Mr. and Mrs. Maurice ' Toyne spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carles Toyne. Subscribe for the Journal. I A LOWE DEFIES fclTb VXEAvjeM WAIF WAY ACROSS. eling of county ."trunk roads kt some time ago is progressing rapidly and is expected to be completed before the snow flies. P. P. Hinote nas a fleet of 25 trucks hauling on the county trunk road known as the Wbpello-WlnSeld road. Leo Plumb has completed the mile project near the county farm and has 25 trucks working on the Cottor-Wyman project. Ray Patterson has a fleet of trucks hauling on the project in Wapello and Morning Sun project south of the five mile lane on state highway 76. Grading Work Completed. , R. J. Ryan, contractor in charge of the grading of the new route of state highway No. 61 through Wapello connecting with No. 2 west of Grandview, has completed the project with the exception of a short - stretch in the bottom north of Wapello and with favorable weather wiU complete this before the last of the week. The bridge over the Iowa river is completed and that over the county ditch south of Wapello . Is ready for the : pouring of . the cement. Snyder and Johnson who have the contract for .constructing . five bridges north of town will . complete the project in thirty days If the weather permits. Moscow Methodist Official Board Holds Meeting Moscow The official board of the Moscow Methodist church met Monday . evening for a business meeting. , Members of the board are: Frank Leimkuehler, Frank Wilhelme, Charles McCoy, Selma McCoy, Mrs. Martin Jensen. Millard Johnson, George Smith, Mary Birkhofer, and Eva Marolf. the Rev. Mr. Moore also attended. Entertains Relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith entertained relatives at their home Sunday at a three course dinner at 12 o'clock, the invited were Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Haskins and daughter Betty. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nlcolaus, and Harold Grander, Wilton, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Foley and Walter Zee-man. Other News. Herman Teufel of Davenport, spent the week-end at the home of his mother, Mrs. John TeufeL Mrs. Augusta Banhagel and daughter -Tena visited Sunday at the Ben Schmidt home In Atalissa. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tharp spent Sunday , with their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William. Thompson. N Stockton i Stockton Misses ElVerna and Evelvn Rlessen and Lillian and Margaret Puis attended the Scott County Farm Bureau "Jubilee". held at Moonlight Garden. Miss Hermina Strackbein. of Big Rock, spent v the week-end with Miss Elverna Rlessen. Mrs. Elmer Lhms entertained the Farm Bureau women at an all day session Thursday. Miss Eliza beth Armstrong, county demon stratlon agent, had charge of the lesson. Mrs. W. C. Reese and Miss Bonlta ThleL of Davenport, have returned from a visit with rela tives in Chicago. They accom panied Mrs. Gail ThieL who had been visiting at the Reese home William Huettmann. of Mont- peller, is critically ill with typhoid fever at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huettmann. A slight improvement waa noticed Monday. ' Miss Magella Crull spent Satur day with Mrs. Matilda Makoben in Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klsten-macher, of BennetL - and Mrs. Laura Kook and Mrs. Leona Guerink and sons, of DuranL were visitors at the home of Mrs. Margaret Lange Sunday. Misses ElVerna and Evelyn Rlessen and their house guesL Miss Hermine. joined a group oi friends at a wiener roast at Edge-water beach Saturday evening. Gua Klstenmacher, of Bismarck. N. D-, Is visiting relatives and old friends here and at BennetL Muscatine, and Pleasant Prairie. Mr. Klstenmacher was a former resident of this community, having left for the west mors than SO years ago. . Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and two grandsons, of Davenport, were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sells Sunday. Fanners in this locality are husking and cribbing corn. It Is a better yield than was expected and of a very good quality. A Terrible J0Vii I GOTTA (TAKEOFF THESE I ; . i BOOTS AtdTHM6S V V OR OL NEVER I ffl Me starts out frasew enough WTO SWM TUE LAKE FUT TECrtMS Mrs. Lester Wide Painfully Burned Grand view Woman Suffers Severe Injury While Gen-; . crating Gas Store. .1 r Grandview Mrs. Lester Wielc was painfully burned on her fact and arms Saturday morning. She had generated her gas stove and left it a few minutes and on returning- lit it and It flamed up with the above result. She is resting comfortably now. Celebrate Wedding Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. J. LX McCill celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary Sunday. A basket dinner was served at noon. The following relatives and friends who helped celebrate the occasion were: Mrs. Sam McGOl and son. Reuben, D. F. Stineman. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McGOl and sons, Russell and Robert, Mr. and Mrs.' Ralph Frye and Gwendolyn. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGlTL Harky. Marjorie and Keith, Mr. and Mrs Carroll McGill and Bernadlnc, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wide anc LyndaL Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stineman and Charlotte and Warren. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stineman and sons, Donald. Bobbie and Max. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kemp and son, NeaL and Miss Fannie Kuder. all of in or near Grandview; Miss Pearl Boulton. of Louisa Center; Mrs. Ralph Hardman, of Ellis, CL, : and Mrs. Glen Irwin and daughter, Tina, of New Boston, m. Other News. H. P. Gray, of Mechanicsville, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. C P. Wagner. Miss Carol Bonnechsen. of Cedar Rapids, spent th week-end at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kemp were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oran Kemp. Farm Women Given ; Nutrition Lesson Pleasant Prairie. "Home Canning for Good Nutrition" waa Cm subject of the lesson and demonstration which was given at the home of Mrs. Elmer Xhms by Miss Elizabeth Armstrong. Muscatine county borne demonstration agent. This Is the first lesson of the second year nutrition to be given to 'Fulton township women. Tomatoes, spinach and chicken were canned. Bulletins were distributed giving tables and rules to be followed to Insure successful canning. The next lesson. "Marketing for Good Nutrition." will be given by Miss Armstrong at the home of Mrs. Karl KuencL Nov. 19. Those present at the meeting were Mrs. James Rlessen, Mss Elizabeth Armstrong, Mrs. Carl KuendeL Mrs. Elmer Ihms. Mrs. August Schlapkohl. Mrs. Leroy Broders. Mrs. -George Finck, Mrs. Carl Soenke. Mrs. Harry Be rod t. Mrs. x Moeiier. Other News. The following women went to Muscatine Friday evening, where they attended a meeting of the White Shrine: Mrs. Ora Cawie- zelL Mrs. Nellie Frank. Mrs. Em ma Baker. Mrs. Lettle Baker, Mrs. Margaret Dose. Mrs. Dorothy Angel anl Mrs. Millie Schro der. The regular meetlnr dav of the Pleasant Prairie Ladles Aid so ciety has been changed from Thursiay to Tuesday during- the fall and, winter months. The next meeting of the society will be ucu xt instead or OcL 29, as was previously announced. Wellman Mrs. Mildred Wherle and Mrs. Icie Dahlstrum entertained at a card party Friday afternoon for the benefit of the Royal Neighbors at the home of Mrs. Wherle. Friday night was booster and guest night for the members of the L O. O. F. and Rebekah lodges of Wellman. One bun- At fin rin 4 a aotd. t&ka NT i SIATVan BJDSKS-T tb DM Ck 111 mini 111 mU s . Ta&rsnr U A IK lot IT . f 1 ... OXV Chiiek rew Predicament! . ; Wellman (Mds VTMACriKE HIS PlSMAY, AFTER PEMOVtrGr HrS CLOTHbT, f - " U WHEN VC SES A BOATLOAD Of WOMDJ CCMIK& AFTER f -. POKT tET WW4 CrET AWAY, . x4t ( C" J uCoU y mvs. faster! ry -.. West Branch Woman Dies in Hospital Wast Branch Mrs. Forrest Krouth. 23. of West Branch, died at the University hospital. Iowa City, early Monday morning, fol lowing' as operation for gau trouble. Sunday evening. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson of Cedar Bluff. Surviving' are her husband and two sons. Junior, aged 11. and Cut, aged 5 months. Funeral services win be held at West Branch Wednesday afternoon. Entertains Forty j : on. His Birthday Pleasant Prairie. Donald Bent- ley celebrated his seventh birthday anniversary Saturday - afternoon at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. SenUey.wben he entertained 40 boys and girts. A baseball game between the SL . Louis Cardinals" and the -Philadelphia Athletics" was the main feature of the day and true to form the "Cardinalr" were victorious. ) A program of races was held by the boys, winners of which follow: Older boys' running race, Harland Hetzler: small boys running race, Gerald Hetzler; three-legged race. tToyd Petersen and Kenneth Berry. . A i series of guessing contests entertained the girls of the party. Hazel WunderUch won the corn guessing contest and -Grace Petersen won the "Take a look contesL A kitchen utensil ' contest wa won by Grace Petersen. Hauowe en decorations raw aa air of mystery to the party, which was brought to a close with a birthday luncheon. Those present were: Grace Petersen. Lor raine Do ran. Irene Flex. Lorraine Raub. Farene Egel. - Nelda EgeL Beverly Moorhead. Helen Do ran. Anna Marie Hetzler, Odet-ta Grimm. Marguerite- Van' Hoot-eghem. Hazel WunderUch, Florence Flck. Norma Hetzler, Catherine Ahlf. Phyllis Do ran. Marvel Grimm, Doris PauL CelesUa. Petersen. Walter Els. XKiane Egel Floyd Petersen, Gordon Marts, Weldon Marts, Gerald Hetzler. Harland WunderUch. Wesley Raub, Bernard Moorhead, Kenneth Berry, Orval Flck. Calvin Moorhead. Robert Ahlf. Clifford Doran, Arthur Raub. . Harland Hetzler. Edmon Paul, Earl Petersen. Oliver Benlley and Donald Bentley. Mrs. Benlley was assisted by airs. rwy tgeu dred and fifty members and guests were presenL A program and dance was enjoyed. - wm t mm , -j . , , , , , I 4V ' 1 " - t A Co Colds are common because people are careless. Prompt use of cspinn will always check a cold. Or relieve your cold at any stage. Ana genuine aspirin can't hurt you. Tcke two tablets of Bayer Aspirin at the first Indication of a cotdV ; end that's usually the end of it. If every symptom hasn't disappeared In a few hours, repeat. Bayer Aspirin does not depress the heart. Take enough to give complete relief. . And if your throat Is sore, dissolve three tablets in wafer ; and gargle away all soreness. In every package of genuine ' Bayer Aspirin are proven directions for colds, headaches, ' sore throat, neuralgia, neuritis. Millions who used to suffer from these things have found winter comfort in aspirin. BAYERASPIRIN Veterans Given Culinary Treat Legion Auxiliary at Riverside Visit ML Pleasant I io petal With Good Things, . Riverslle The members of the Ladies auxiliary to th American Legion served the ex-service, men. who are patients in the hospital at ML FieaaanL a real meal last Friday evening. The meal included 30 fried chickens. 30 dozen buns, five pounds of butter, six gallons of potato salad. Six quarts of pickles. IS pumpkin ptes, and 30 glasses of jelly and preserves. The following members went to ML Pleasant: Mrs. R. S, MiUer, Mrs. Allan Frost, n. J. P. Quinn, Mrs. Eva Thompson. Mrs. H. E. Doud. Mrs. E. J. KareL Mrs. Frank Safourek. Mrs. Al Walton. Mrs. C W. Ingram. Mrs. M. J. Wilkinson, Mrs. Ed Bushek. Mim Rose DautremonL Mrs.-EUzabcth Steele, Mrs. Leona Kucera, Mrs. William Kucera, Mrs. C A. Swift. Mrs. Harry Walton and Jam T1-ward Codlove. Other News. The following Riverside people will serve as petit lurors for lm November term of the district court beginning Nov. J: c. F. Lorack. Mary Salladay, Clem DautremonL John VomachQ and R. C Rummelhart. Mr. and Mrs. John Dautremoet entertained the following relatives and friends Sunday: Mrs. Helm Flanagan and daughter. Margie, and William KennefecL all of SL Paul. Minn : Miss Grace Dautre-mont and Claude DautremonL sf Iowa City; Mrs. Joe Barnett and children, Charles and Mary, of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Flanagan and daughter will remain in Riverside until this evening when they wlil leave for a visit with friends in. Marengo and Des Moines. , Mr. and Mrs. Malln, of Portland. Ora, and Mrs. Edna Gar denough, of Llvermore, Xa, are visiting at the Ott home. Members of SL Mary's basket ball team entertained a good crowd at a card party and box so daL The proceeds will b used to buy suits for the team. The Rev. B. Jacobsmeier assist ed with the mission services, at SL Mary's church Sunday eve ning. ' Mr and Mrs. Gem Molt el spen t Sunday at the Trad Frank borne, Africa contains two-fifths of . the potential water power of the world, according to a recent ur Ty. - By Crane i c cing a 1 xiarvey Buaeuera home uer i dnaaay. v

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