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Anita Tribune (Newspaper) - August 12, 1948, Anita, Iowa THE ONLY PAPER PUBUSHED ri ANITA AND FOR I V i THURSDAY AUGUST 1 NUMBER 33 in at farmer living south fleafWiy surprised children and their ftsket following families and Walter rt and and and all of Anita Mrt and Krouth and from Bower of Font BIRTHDAY it pleasantly Friday when his wife group of friends in to t celebrate and Arnold high score at pinochle Oitutt Church Duties of accepted the Anita Congregational oteuplel the Pulpit on the Miss Edith Titus or daughter ot and Charts united in marriage ot Ifred Uhl nienn alto of at at the parsonage in Anita The Bdwin Wiebel performed the and Robert Warner The bride wore ft medium blue dress and the Open Monday as The Pasteurizing known the Anita Dairy under the ownership of Arlo Chrlatensen and Claude both World War n will be opened Saturday August The new project for this community wttl be opened in a new 16 x 16 build ing on the corner of and Chest hut and will be equipped with all up to date They plan to pasteurize all milk and cream to be purchased from local 1 raw mjlk producers and milk will be delived from house to house once daily and It will be on the market at the the local The new project to being promoted Fnneijal for Leslie Sch southof Adair waa at the I Long Funeral Sunday afternoon at 2 with the pastor the Methodist the Harold in was furnished by Carl Moore and Joe Vetter with Eric Osen at the They sang The Hour of Trial and It is WellWith My Caskets bearers were of the Arthur Frank Karassl Ivan and Le Roy The floral offering were in charge of Pete Wane and Arthur mlHr tret be early which voted un and two children r W and a boy will move future some t W and Oct from all milk born diseases found in raw This pasteurising milk Is sactloned by the local health author ities well of left FORMER RESIDENT OP ANITA VISITED HERE RECENTLY Dan Umbenhauer of a former resident of Anita many was calling on the merchants In Anita Dan as he is known Funeral services were held at Crowi Dvangellcai Luthenw Miprch in Wednesday nbbn at for Charles P J who away at his home da Monday Tne Bdwta pastor was in ot Burial waa in Bvergreea Charles Jensen wait bom la 1874 and to suite waa a dark j Shelby Iowa with his The reception was at the home of iwhen he five He grew and Mrs Arid A three to xoung manhood In that community tier ice cream was unCted in marriage to coffee were served for Bensen near Bxlra in They to 16 fanned on several in Audoboa and Guthrie counties before moving The young will make their a fc home at present at home ot ftm moved to Jensen a member of the Holy Cross Evangel ical He hi annrlved by his three Grace Mortarty of Esther and Carol ofOmaha two sons Elwood feweo of Massena and Axel Jensen of Anita One daughter died at the age of He leaves eight grandcKldreii and four also Petrea Denlsoh of SearcfiCws County For A r Tdbtfculotia With the xraying of approximatetr 50 at a to be and George Pratt ot Wap lowafppent Monday with his aged mother Alia Pratt and Bister Jessie and had been In Iowa attendinc the funeral of her uncle GAY GRANT GALS Held Ellen Barley Miller and her entertained 50 of the Grant their and to a Mother and Daughter Tea and Local Achievement Day at the Hasrnltssen home in the afternoon of Leslie a life long resi dent of Adair and Cass counties Buff ered a heart attack Thursday whfe doing the Chores about the home and passed away that He was born in Cass on 1877 grew to young manhood fn same On July he was united ia marriage to Miss Edith Mills of held August at M at Oien Ganelle Rlehtor and the demonstration Carol team gave to the few that remember him was associated with his father In j late in clotB is 83 years ftnd Jfieji bad made it mm ttoter and working in the department trip to California tne giove compftny of that he has represented many and Gail of Iowa spent the week end in with Welses mother Battle weet They also came to visit with at their theJr Jack Mitchell and husband and family from the who are visiting at the home of and Glen Hamd and their er Mrs Leland RoTInd Leefa and Leland of Manhattan their tickets for the Barber and WH way and attend Deem at the Deem Colorado Springs the home Sunday even being here ten days care tor ner but lived at After a short ing trip they returned to the farm near Adair where they bare their home ever He survived by his a brother Frank wenke south of two Laura Garside of and near He preceded In death b his parents and Schwenke and one brother Arthur Mrs Arne Ibsen and two children abort visit with and sister uncle and Mr anl Glen They enroute to New York mother and other mond Hvolbol ftnd son Allen both are house guests at the Jens Rasnutssen are sens now living in Ibsen will be remembered by Anita people who formerly made her home in their dempnitntlon fer the were presented to the Howard Glsslbl and j j receiving gifts wert Martin mother came from the greatest diiteaoe Tom Burba with moat artUsles in her purse Ralph Richter with most buttons on her The club also ered their MoCrory and Gilbert Wehrman with AWARDS Three canned founda tion of ft balanced Doris Kline Red Three for a vegetable plate Nancy Wehrman and GaneUe both Three different meat Gan elle Blue 4 Canned fruit Juice and Jelly from same trait Miller Fruit and Jam from fruk Ellen Rasmuseen and for tuberculosis cases in Case County will be concludeo Ruth public health who in recent has beett visiting and suggeatlng W personi known to have been expoeed to tuberculosis to have skin terti and If to detenainrii whether or not they might hate tracted the heir gratitude with the she She Practically everyone I visited exhibited willingness to It is this kind ot visit Roes Prank of Anita re week where she had been spend taking medical and Arthur Petersen and 0n Robert vacation Tuesday for Garry Johnson and Rex Miller and ftnd ftnd children son and Pau iaturaay morngg western ftna Texas to Kent are a vac t mother and other spending ft few days at 6 Carrie of Anita returned fronr spending sev eral Weeks with her daughter Ben Kirkham and family neftr Nor THE The HappyGoLucky Club met oh at the home of Otto Akers with 8 members and 6 Lincoln Harold Stoger and Olen The club had their the broderlng tea Enid Blue Dorta Kline and Jacquelyn Birk 0 Tomatoes Shirley Eden Blue Doris Kline and Dorothy McCnJry Whole Cereal Bread Shir ley Eden and Dorothy McCrory White Bread Enid Lou ment which mateUrWlead the conquest The the nurse win be given only to those whose skin tests were positive and were re commended by their Foll owing the the fflms will be taken to the state health department to be developed and Find willbe mailed to the family phy sicians and the peopleftre to secure their reports from The which is the 7th to be held in this Is sponsored by the county medical society and the county tuberculosis association in cooperation with the Iowa Tubereuc Association and the Iowa State Department ot Locftl Christ mas Seal funds are meeting a portion of the Nancy Blue Doris Kline Yeast Blue Manna and Dorothy McCrory Quick Loaf Nancy Wehr Shirley Blue Carol BBNTON n CLUB MufQns Carol Dorothy Ann Smith Millar V Red Dorte wai and ntayhu e for the Bon oroueriuB were Won Gaylon Olen Brrold and Stoger won the Jean Peterson was at an aU day meeting ot the Beaton William Baler care demonstration on canning and The of the rent of Jars and othe eaaalnc equipment were also At noon the The meHlng and v Barbar Tris Jaowetym Nadtoe the local aehlerement
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