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Anita Record (Newspaper) - June 26, 1919, Anita, Iowa VOLUME CASS JUNE NUMBER 26 DECORATIONS FOR AUTOS FOR JULY In order that we may make the Pa rade on July 4th the success it should you will find on sale at the room occupied by line of auto trimmings and ask that you please see about this as the stock is See either onejpf the following committee I Bill Aldrich called Monday and of iered us a job plowing provided we boarded Ross Wileys pet crow is not mak ing very rapid progress in learning the English Pushing a lawn mower an hour or before breakfast is guaranteed to a harvesthands It is said that Adair intends toclose shop on July 4th and come over to Anita and enjoy a real Free that will not only but please the have been secured for the big celebration in Anita July All the and many who are not will enjoy the always welcome and pleasant merrygoround at the 4th of July celebration in You never came to Anita on a July you didnt have a grand good time and the celebration here this year is to be bigger and better than Frank of the Glair Sweney bar ber will be off duty for a few the result of getting his thumb tangled up in an electric wjbile in The representative of a large paint concern was in Anita and vicinity last orders for prepared paint to be delivered direct from the factory at a special Fish and Miss left Monday for to spend the summer with their daughter and Mil dred and The very latest convenience in wo mens wear is apurse pocket in their The old way of just slipping their roll in loose is out of with the coming of the extremely short which started in the basement of the building occupied by the Atlan tic NewsTelegraph Weenesday morn ing o f last resulted i n great to the and partial destruction of two car loads of print paper that was stored in the Experience has developed the fact that here in ought to move closer to the great potatoproducing center for instance it is first class quality of spuds are being sold at the present time at fifty five cents per hundred There i s a viciously active little that is making his mark on the new potato that ought to be ex If there was any good way getting at without digging up the This little pest amuses himself by carving out tunnels through the first one way and then an until the potato is honeycombed unfltfor Shlke and son have been spending the past two weeks with relatives and friends at Cumberland and During her George has maintained the record of getting home promptly every evening at oclock but as to whether or he stays in after he gets is a question we know nothing about but perhaps George can make his wife be lieve that he v Editor Roy formerly of the Adair now owner and pub lisher of the Iowa Falls met with a serious and what might have proven a fatal accident He was feeding the newspaper press when his hand was caught In the machinery and his arm badly cut and A Moose belt on the it is saved him from being drawn further Into the with more serious Nellie Eneix received a very pressing Invitation from her and family to go with them and enjoy a brief outing at the Lakes but on ao count of the many professional nurse calls that have been made for Sister Eneix during the past few In giving care and attention to the arriv al of 1919model boy and girl babies In Anita and it does not seem be safe for Sister Bnebc to leave even for a few days hence the Kep CHICKEN DINNER The W will serve Chicken Dinner at the Church James McVay was a RECORD caller Reason was a RECORD caller Ernie Burke was a RECORD caller Gordon Stone was a RECORD call er For Bargains Farms and Atlan tic see 20 2t FRED Ross Kohl and wife returned Friday evening from Des where Ross submitted a minor per formed at the Lutheran Misses Edith Frieda a n d Obera Brown and Vesta of spent Thursday in the the guests of Phil Lewis and Hansen were in Omaha closing con tracts for the free attractions to be on tap at the celebration in Anita July Serge Finder please leave at RECORD office and re ceive 26 It Jewel Tea Soper has sold his Lincoln township farm of 160 acres to Long and Budd at Soper purchased this farm less than ten years ago at per Curt Moore marketed eighteen head of hogs Saturday which brought him The great Iowa and Cass county hog is still the big noise and the profitable attraction in the Iowa All kind of busrs and insects are doing their best to make the pres ent growing crops a failure and spec ial effort should be made to retard their work of which can be accamplished in many During the electrical storm Friday lightning struck the dwell ing house on the farm of Kelley of and ripped off a large section of the possibly trying to BUI Ernie son of Stone and of Lincoln arrived home Saturday evening from where has been in army service the past Hearty greeting and glad welcome to the young from rela tives and Miss Myrtle daughter of Wm a former resident of the Anita spending a few weeks with relatives the families of James Furman and Miss Pur man has just returned from where she spent six years in active service as a who recently purchased the Galiher stock of has sold the stock and business to Luke Alex Chris Fagan and Earl of Casey who are now in Miller comes Into possession of a 200acre farm south of as a result of the Rose of Stark North was awarded the champion ship of that state in the boys and gardening club project last On onethird of an she grew and sold of vege Cora Fickle Ball has been ap pointed Administratrix of the estate of her the late who died recently at his home in after a brief Earl of this city is attorney lor Richter has sold his 100acre form east of Anita to Ernie Burke and at per This farm is known a s the Decker place and was owned for a number of years by Lillie May It was purchased a lew years ago by Riohter at per The question of consolidated schools Is being agitated In Wlota and Frank lin and the system is being looked upon quite especi ally by a number of who were opposed to It a few years A committee of composed of XJlaus Stults and Beebe recently visited the town of Lewis and made a thorough investigation of the and are more than ever impressed with the sensible Idea that a consolidated school system is inuch and results will be far better than the pres ent district Lewis and Oass township given it a fair and the people are satisfied with the efficiency and proficiency of the sys I Tl The Hay Tool Season Will Soon Be Here Come in and Supply Your We handle the New Deere and the Dain Hay John Deere and McCormick Dain and McCormick Hay Buy As the crop is heavy all over the country there is liable to be a I Dont If you are sure you are going to want any of the above get them at Galiher John Tlmmons was transacting business in Anita The eightysixth birthday of Grand ma mother of of this was cele brated In an appropriate manner on Jvine at her home In by relatives and Aldrich has purchased the Vernon 80acre farm situated six miles southwest of in Frank Hn at per acre the Aldrich residence property on west Marfh street being transferred in the deal to Vernon at This eighty acres was purchased by Vernon six years ago at per Bill Aldrichs farm now con sists of all In one and Is priced to anyone who wants at r Graham shipped a car load of bones last The bone indus try of the country is assuming large and the demand for large quantities of bones is The Anita School is well represented at the State University at Iowa by members of the corps of teachers of the past They are Misses Flor ence Mayme Pratt and Leta all of whom are taking the teachers special training We learn that a former resident of whose home for a number of years has been at Har South will return to the old home town and make her home with who is soon to return from Mount whereshehas been visiting relatives and friends for several J u T V1111 comfort and prosperity in the evening of iroit SALE Citizens Savings Under Supervision and Control of the State of Surplus and Stock Holders CMhler KATHRYN LYDIA Auiiiut LEB KiMUer PtM DEATH OF FORMER ANITA LADY Friends and former neighbors in the old home town and community will learn with regret of the death of which occurred at her home in June after an illness ex tending over a period of Blakesley s maiden aame was Marian Gardner born in and came to Anita with her husband in where they lived until their re moval to a number of years The beloved wife and mother is survived by the husband and four children Lat Bayard all of Payette and Beatrice of Baker The following beautiful tribute to the life of is taken from the Payette of June 19th The wife of one of Payettes best knowa and most lov ed passed away at the home on First Avenue during the early hours of June It profits little to use superlative sen tences in an obituary People who have known the have no need of them and those who have not known will pay scant atten tion to And there is noth ing but words by which to express feeling and and there is little danger of going beyond the truth in anything we may in praise of The things that are and and of good those things she thought and sought to put them into She not only Hoped that God was love And Creations final She believed in the same sense that a traveler believes in the bouy ancy of water to carry the great Her interests ranged but they looked for no wealth or except that of people beingremade into the likeness of Jesus This one thing she did sought to make the Kingdom of God a reality in this present Never in her life was she found ranged with the forces of but always with the forces of ft is as true of her as it was of Abraham God could re veal His utmost purpose to and she ordered her household Her husband and four chil who remain among sorely are sustained by the perfect assurance that whatever there is of future reward for the faithful of is already become her From our mortal point of there is an extra tinge of sadness that the Death Angel came for her this Twentyseven days and with her whold have reached the fiftieth anniversary of their weddingday but Gods plans are not ours by and she passed on just a few days in advance of the celebration of the event and loving memory will take the place of personal presence when the day ar The funeral held at the home on Sunday were brief and as she had The roses of Junetime never lent themselves more lavishly to express than when they garlanded her and her burial The family are that it was so beautifully Cliff Way and wife are the proud parents of a baby J ohn is again quite ill at his home in this Theres a new member of the The Corner Drug Store a son having been born June to and Clyde and this being the first time anything of the kind has happened in fam he may be excused for an inclina tion and disposition to step high and pompouslike and look with genuine pity on some of the fellows who could nt have their order filled for a baby no matter how great the effort might be in that The mother and the boy are coming along just fine and with continued good results from cold packs and hot Clyde will soon be himself Bidlake and of Aurora spent Sunday In the city with their relatives the families of and Good They were on their way home from Falls where they spent a few weeks with and expect to stop over at fora few days Bidlake owns a large tract of land near Auro a small portion of which he uses for dairy and even on a lim ited the revenus from his dairy industry averages per Land In that state is not as high in price as It is here in but along some linos It is equally SURPRISED THE YOUNG LADY It has been declared that one of ther is to surprise a woman who does not forget her birthday but the declaration does not always hold as was evidenced last when Young a n d Pratt and Mc planned and gotby with a most pleasant and successful surprise on the good wife and and Aunt Fannie is still trying to ure out just how they did Accepting the invitation to accom pany and Carter to At the principal obstacle in the way of carrying out the original plans was removed and on her return at to find her home in possession of a company of relatives and ready with the glad hand to offer con and to express be s t wishes for many happy returns of the mystery of an insistent joy overrough and uncertain began to brighten up a bit and every thing was just as clear as the mud which the auto party had encountered on their way Dug and Lena and Flora did not prepare a but a full feed of food of which the following is the menu in the either running or fast asleep and a bale of Humming with old shoes Fried Setting Bride and Groom on a raft in the mid dle of the Adam and Eve in the with their eyes Dandelion Tight Boot corns Potato Murphy in a Seal Skin Cold Hot Wet Tutty Flap Lady Fin No The guests were Messrs and Mesdames Forshay Fish Carter George Pratt McDermott Myers The company enjoyed a pleasant evening with Sister guest of Wilson has been quite ill the past ti May Duthie and her return home to Denver this Miss Prather spent Sunday at Griswold with her uncle and Ballentine and Miss Mildred Walker has been ser iously the result of an operation for removal of tonsils and Saunders and Saunders and May Duthie visit ed the Brink family In Corning this Numerous items of interest are on the leftover galley this on account of much space being occupied by good old McEwen and of were in the city last on business in connection with the final settlement of the dstate of tha late Ballentine and of Atlan attended the Band Concert la Anita Tuesday and had the pleasure of a brief visit with friends and former Good reports continue to come front the Atlantic as to the condi tion of who is re covering from a serious dent to a triple operation performed three weeks who purchased tha Chapin farm of 100 acres in Lin coln township two years ago at per sold it this week to Welton at per and Wefton states that this is one of the really good Cass county farms that is permanently off the as it U his intention to keep Don son of arid former resi dents of this is spending tha week with relatives the families ot Burt Willison and Ira Tha young man has but recently from and is especially pleas ed to be at home after a peroid of very exciting experiences Ivan Welch is the proud father baby girl and his good fortune seems tp have caused him to forget thing even to doing the necessary chores about the place milking tha and performing other duties which should not be neglected but new baby in the home is always to results that are Wagner sold to Henry s on this week the 180aore tract ot ture land situated northeast ot at per Wagner pur chased this land 25 years at per and It has been used ously for having never bad ft plow stuck Into There are no provements on the except fences and a deep water 9 supply 000 head
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