Jefferson Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1923, Jefferson, Iowa of R. H. PER MAY 10, 1923 28 18 JEFFERSON HIGH IS WINNER IN TRACK EVENTS High of Cooper Carries Away Second Honors with Rippey Low BUT EVERYONE A GOOD WOMAN'S CLUB FOR Set Aside Two Thousand lars as Initial Movement Toward Takes Third Smiley and Berry High crowd that gathered at county field and track meet at the fair this last was not as large us could have seated but where it was small in it was made up for In and every event staged as per with away the big the high hurdles Wilson of Jefferson won first Smiley of Jefferson and Baker of Franklin tied for and Adkins of Franklin took - the third Franklin school is located at Time 11 3-5 the 100 yard dash of Jef terson was Meyers of Jefferson Fey or Scranton third and of Franklin 4th. Time 10 Shultz of Jefferson was first In the shot heaving the cannon bail a distance of 38 2 of Rippey took Berry of Jefferson third and Zeller of of Jefferson was In the 220 yard making the in 24 2-5 of Scranton Berry of and Schalk of Franklin took Lisk of Franklin nti 4-.'> seconds to take away the bacon in 440 yard The Schultz boys oC took second and and Schalk of Franklin was satisfied with tlm low 120 yard hurdles Smiley of Jefferson wont unUer the wire a and took 16 seconds flat to do U. of Baker and Copton of Franklin taking third and fourth in the half mile the carnation finishing in 2:15 4-5. Lisk of Franklin took second and Frease and Fielding of Scranton took the third and fourth with carrying the took first In the mile clipping it off in 5:18 2-.-). ot Franklin was and and both of took third and took the pole vault blue rib and went into the air 9 feet 5 Inches to a close while of Scranton was third and Frease ot Scranton was also went into first posi tlon in the high he and Fey of Scranton holding a long drawn argument in having the raised into position for He cleared the stick at 5 feet 5 Fey took Berry of Jefferson third and Baker of Franklin of Franklin was tiie strong arm man when it came to heaving the He slipped it over by whipping it for 83 feet and o inches with Schultz of a close second with 83^eet of Jefferson took third has developed that the women of are going to be largely responsible for the and it has all the appearance now of being a sure what the Herald is talking about is a Community Woman's Club for several been planning and working toward the erection of a Community house and have set of their fund for the purpose of getting the good work a of the club a committee on reported on fourteen which were and that in itself means the ladles are going to start and they will start it Community house is one of of Tile ladles could rent it to the Commercial to the American and to arious that would be glad to have a permanent and with the amount ot cash they it should be an easy matter for the to sell stock to other as well an CLUB WAS OPENED FRIDAY Hundred aod Forty-five and Guests Participate in FORT DODGE ORCHESTRA FURNISH Ralph Bennett was Chairman the Serving FOR THE HERALD Saw and Trimmer and Complete Mat Service Furnished of to Corn Held Monday but No Special Work Up For Consideration Went county board of lield their regular monthly meeting last but as was no special work to be done hurried through with the payment of bills and adjourned until next May 14. the Monday meeting they will let the contract on the Federal Aid No. 193, primary road No. 17. is the road leading from the north end ot the north of to the Calhoun county The work this season will consist ot grading and though the be graveled to meet the Greene county board is to bo congratulated on the large number ot miles of year-round roads in the and as soon as the work can Greene county will be known all over the United States as having the largest number of miles of good Claims Laid In the T. Taylor's Hen Laid the Egg and F. H. Asserts It Was Laid As ition ot chose fourth of Jefferson look first in the broad covering a distance of 1;> feet and 1 K. Schultz ot was Fey of Scranton thiru und oi half mile relay was won by 1:40 Scranton Franklin third and mile relay went to Franklin a big they having a relay team that had been coached to make They made the mile in 3:51 1-5. came in second and Scranton took the total of 1.52 Jefferson took more than half ot coming out with 78i. was the low mark men and took but 7 of the possible 152 Franklin of Cooper won more than twice as many points as though some of the contests were so close that figures are the only thing that will tell the day was and the kept up the Robertson Proud of His New Robertson has the famous from the stables of C. G. Good in his and is as proud as a boy with his first pair of Arthur is 3 years weighs a and la one of the finest horses in uot only according to the belief of but Mr. Good has nothing ljut of praise to speak tor the 1!. cashier of the Farlin Savings bank was in the Herald office yesterday and is authority for the statement that is the original home of mammoth T. Taylor of Farlin has a Buff Orpington hen which tor several weeks has been wanting to break so ort April 18 that hen an egg measures inches by 71 That does not mean that the egg is but it measured the oval way the big figure und the round way ilio smaller The monster egg weighed 51 X-Ray was taken but one and if the egg is in an when it Taylor expects a chicken that will weigh 11 pounds at Tuesday of the society gave a hanguet at St. Joseph's hall Tuesday evening in honor ot the members of the cast ot the play given last Thursday and Friday A large crowd was a good feed put and a pleasant evening was enjoyed by wiio attended the the Optometrist B. Allen went to Des Tuesday to attend Ihe convention of Iowa which was largely He is staying over for the Shrine ceremonial this at a number of novices will cross in a T. Cook of who is financing one ot tiie ball clubs in the league of that has served a writ ot injunction against also of that for using the word men Honing the Cook that it is OF H. S. pay your annual dues of 50c to Hender Percy Lyon or Howard members of the Jefferson held their ball and banquet last Friday evening and 245 ot the members and their guests were present to take part in the is outgoing witli the to act in the of and every one ot them were there to fill the Mrs. Ralph Bennett was chairman of the serving committee and most of the assisting gentlemen will concede that she has the ability to get a maximum amount of work even from those whose ambitions do nol have a leaning in that dance was a success in every and which had been engaged to furnish the liar was at its lias been done in way of improvement on the club house and it has been enlarged to meet increased demands for more The club has gone to an expense ot approximately to get started in a satisfactory manner for 1923, and they expect to have a banner new officers Charles vice J. J. Henry The directors are H. J. O. W. George Johns and L. D. Herald has started on ils improvement campaign and and installed a casting box will care for any advertisement that is complete mat service has been added and no matter what line of business a prospective advertiser may be this office can furnish them with made right in a saw and trimmer lias also been added and that the Herald office the only one equipped in such a manner that all kinds of advertising can care of at moment's And all of this service is free to the is a part ot the service which will bft given from this and as more improvements will be as the promulgators of sheet refuse to take a back representative will call upon the local merchants each when it is possible to do and if the sentative does not get there as soon ' as you want call 1, either BAND IN INITIAL REHEARSAL TUESDAY Men to Take Part With Only Twenty-Four Hour Notice MUSIC TO BE ORDERED AND HERE NEXT the Making of One of the Best Amateur Bands in the Grand Old the Bank While Their Reported Are w w Played to Fair Houses Two which in Joseph's haii fast Thursday and uraw at each and was a success from every eventa were also high there being musical and black face specialties Everyone of the actors had been drilled and of course Laura who was director of is to be as well as those who took part in the as well as the intermission play was given under the auspices of the Rosary which organization is desirous ot thanking the as well as those who helped to make it a Young Here 74 years old next and Sarah 72 years old on her wedding were married Monday afternoon at the home of groom's Waller of this A. 10. Slothower I ceremony and two ot the of Mr. Young were witnesses to Ihe gladsome Club Rotary club held its regular weekly meeting Tuesday evening and a good attendance is No special work was done at the it being the second meeting called under the new tornier of the left yesterday in his for Wall where he and the son Ben and the will spend a tew days to spend the outing in STAR membership drive is still going The State Division will give a fine large flag to the chapter having the largest gain in diir ing tiie regular meeling for month will be held on May 24, as the regular date falis on Memorial will be a food and poppy sale May 2(j. Further will be given of Victory 1: of Patriarchs been fr ond Tuesday night in thi the first Tuesday night Next meeting 5th. The ladies meel tile same meeting loom month to ill w lb the Shoe to to come back Junction Trimmed Boxholm Last was a good game all tlie way through last when the lads came over to Grand Junction to cross but the locals slipped it over die visitors by a score ot 4 to 0. Holms and McGregor were on the firing line for the Junction and Lindell andi Stork worked the horse hide tor the Grand Junction whipped the last Pilot Mound bunch into submission a week ago Sunday and are going to get so chesty that Jefferson will be compelled to gn over and put the brakes on The makings of a fast squad is available in Jefferson and all that is necessary is to it Military From boys ot Iowa who took advantage ot the summer military training work are more than pleased with the education they as well as the enjoyment they The quota for Greene county this year is eighteen young and applications be made early to L. E. Smith or Bon Hamilton a short notice to rs of the hand was for a meeting of tlie men Tuesday and 21 of them answered the call to come lo band rehearsal oii that was hidd ill the lionse and there of musicians and of they ore on music and it was necessary to rehearse the same pieces of music several But it proved beyond any lhat talent galore is iii Jefferson and iii weeks it ig safe to say that a band will be under full and by Ihe of June will be giving concerts that will bring the multitudes out to hear as well as merchants and professional are going to hack the organization financially and residents ot Greene county are going to back them so there will be no such thing as failure to be rehearsal Tuesday a 24-hour notice had been given and many of the band boys had made appointments tor the but the junior bunch was almost to a music is being purchased and the band will start out at their rehearsal next Tuesday full Harry who for some years has been associated as director ot twirled the bamboo Tuesday says he was working pro and a permanent director will be At any the band is coming tine and after can be proud Jefferson gets as good a Commercial club and ball club as they have a they have nothing to worry about but the income tax tor the next year or to urda ulule Ihe il 0(1 Tiie r. it he rid Ihe men w tli iif the robb left the the Herald has not been advised to how many of the will be in Des Moines this afternoon evening to take in the Shrine but several ot the boys will be there with lard their Made the liy Sal ( arly no a ish will well mis is all in. slept all and was late alarm was were pill on the nt ilio rime are but rs being as for At barber shop nothing of value was is In ill S. Wiggins some while from the itself change which had been left ii was as well as they were kind leave lyins robbe for a G. gro up with some several At the Geo they took ionie more the C. J. White hardware store they cleaned up about worth of and blew up sate to gel the The door of the safe was blown off and officials are led to believe it was at the work who pulled the The door of Ihe open but nothing liad Ik and the bank had not or not it will get a line on the wli work is IS HONORED T A Pi AV IM HY VISITING ROBBERS SAYS CARROLL wer they In c where ciga fiends vent to the and restaurant change garage wan en en 1 done Wins In Won from Nebraska and Young Played Sensational Sunday when and Mrs. Art who were visiting the Richard Smith family at Coon were ready to come Smith presented them with a quart of They placed the jar in their drove home and when they arrived they had almost a Week and May 14th and admission 10c and 30c. for the The most picture and it is ill This is produced with ot home you can't make like a lumber steep think his car wagon going rides wn and Pony to Raise State Coliego of Amos tennis and the boys from Iowa came home son of Mrs. Margarel Young of is a member of the college team and according to reports from natch of the afternoon was the battle between Russell of Nebraska and Young of Russell won not staged a come-back and won thi finals sets and and one Nebraska home is in Ihei to win a noted it w ill 1)1 Day ing of several actively colors tl length of the Wong and Kenneth in TOLL OF THE For every joy tiie sea casts it takes a ot twice that Joy in Upon old proverb of China is built the drama of first motion picture in NATURAL Attraction Tiie new Leather Pushers in two liach story They are clean dog and pony show billed glve a ili Jeff erson Tuesday or the scene bui of day was of sudi volume thal the coni pany noi to raise their troni bere to Grand ei men rs or Ih i mei Mei id a 111. Coni Legi A. Sidewalks of the ity have been 3 going on at te May 1(1, one day 10c and Hoot Gibson LOADED If you care for real is one that two reel i Friday and May 18 and 1admission 10c big special of ness lOc The mammoth production i from the famous ovel by Sir Willi Richard til Phyllis Haver ami ion tiie ( of Hal it pos carrier ca if ng out w. It of and work e old and who V m I II id 1 b F Sin lalie e mm n ICI as latir rk lin County Residents Contend Carroll County Broke Sabbath and Ruined HEAVY TRUCKS OVER GRAVELLED County Has Employed Aid to Who is Right or claims have Carroll on her and has heavy Carroll up gravelled lor a a report l die r has been -i great deal of graveling in on the anil have been purchasing in They have driving over a of Sac and Sar county residents are up in arms be cause the almost beyond roads are an that carry heavy Sunday the little town of Auburn put the ban on the Carroll hich when 14,00 Oily at were reluctant lo see their torn almost to atoms by the heavy and gave instruct ions to the drivers they must from the were lo Carroll is see why a from that comity isn't entitled lo the use of tile ami if reports arc to be relied are to settle the matter in lint the road was being ill last CLASS PLAY DRAWS FULL Junior High Auditorium standing room only crowd greeted members of Junior class in their played al the auditorium of the high school Wednesday and every member took his or her pari like a of glish and Public was in of and as well as the is to be upon success of who so fortunate as to get or even room in which lo are busy today complimenting and congratulating of cast with whom come in Senior class of will be given on the of not at tin's Girl route work a cit district put oil e (I Play to Be Given at Franklin High May 21-27} he senior cm a will bi Franklin day and given by Ihe at South Side Mi professional men North Side a ai men to a game of b next e ning at 0 pay your Perry Lyon of th for ill you lili of 11 tile 1 beg gai or 7 The of ing at and expect not only n and vicinity lo fans from other cor The small for general seat lias di vince 1 1 be the high f ail ist s il 1 U high e price I nui if plica lue 1 Sii in Carter did not infirm her she was going linone but she went hist and later word was received she had been on thai day io ot Thi was il hy the of is ef and Carter m this fur past year has b. eii ill the by die and all of will her a must successful is our ni die of wiio an- ir. tlie ill and is well and most favorably die wesi iif young will make lumie ill ami Herald joins Willi many of the ill wishing diem a and 111.. uf are Some County Was Well Represented 111.- ask th I Uli die itii a uf T 11 uf ' ile hugs die fur ' U. also uf duHi I e euli tu A c 1. was in y. ars i Img - - - ATTENTION OF H. 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