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   Anita Tribune (Newspaper) - March 12, 1953, Anita, Iowa                                Atlantic Bookbindina 7th Walnut 115S IOWAN magazine recently a count on its 130 California subscriptions and announced Long Beach was in 4th not 1st Los Angeles had four times as many Pasedena and San Di fio were tied for second and third olaces According to the Tribunes VOLUME count Long Beach still leads by a Wide Here in Anita we send out a separate bundle to Long All the rest of the state is tied up together into one big HARRY GATE of Los writes us that he is celebrating a birthday March 12rHe says he expects to be in Anita for Memorial day this year and recalls the good time he had here last You cant beat those ladies of the Congre ational he when it comes to serving a Now the of the Tribune have tucked away quite a few swell feeds at quite a number of churches in and weve come to the conclusion that church women in general are good cooks 1 CASS COUNTYS FASTEST GROWING NEWSPAPER IN ITS MOST PROGRESSIVE TOWN CASS J MARCH 1953 11 FINISHES BASIC WERE ALL IN FAVOR of a con test between these ladies of the various to see just who is the best We suggest a commit tee be appointed and plans and we volunteer to come and help eat up the dishes after the judge has spooned up a we wouldnt think of being the for we want to live here for a good long time yet Lets import an anonservice yjnous judge from some Johnson Dies Here at 70 Edward Wesley who had lived in this vicinity almost all of his died Friday March at his home in as a result of heart Although he had been in failing health for the past his serious con dition developed Johnson was born June in Pottawattamie the son of the late John and Lucie Jane Storer He came to Cass county with his parents while still a and lived in this vic inity for the rest of his life For the past 35 years he lived in Surviving are two Herve of and Ray of Atlantic one with whom he and ENTER SERVICE LAST WEEK three He entered the distant Service Notes TO GO BACK TO Harry He writes that he went to the Iowa pic nic held in Los Angeles late last but the day was cold and HOME ON FURLOUGH three an the He was a member of dist church and the Odd Fellows for Stangl He worked on the Rock Is land for many years and retired from that position in From 1943 to 1947 he carried mail from the local postoffice to the but after 1947 his condition er permitted Funeral services were held Mon Slater Rites Sunday LONGTIME ANITA RESIDENT DIES HERE LAST WEEK who has lived in and near Anita for the past 60 died at his home here last Thurs March at in the eve following an illness of several He would have been 90 years old next Theodore Slater wlas born August in Cedar the son of the late Samuel and Mary Jane He was the old est of six His mother died when he was 11 years and the family was separated for a time until his father remarried and Leroy son of Mabrought them together iel of near enlist In 1887 he came to Coon Rapids j from Adair county and left Tuesday ed and left last week service in a covered wagon and began farm of last He graduated here in in the armed He has been in that vicJinty i Rex son of and of sena tin A VTPk Uf AINU UUWJN T MAIN STREET Anna Mary at The couple lived near Coon Rapids for two years and then moved south east of Anita where they lived for 16 One was born to this Upon re DOUBLEHEADER BALL GAME NETS FOR UNIFORMS A doubleheader basketball game they moved to held Tuesday night at the Anita has been Slaters hotae since high school gym matching youth that Slater died against experience in a benefit game On Slater not many former Anita folks Fredric Brownsberger day afternoon at the Anita for the football uniform which married Elizabeth Fuchs of Met and John last Sunday morning to dist church at 2 oclock by the GREATER ANITA CLUB brought in The champion who and formerly spend a tenday furlough here with Milton burial was MAKER SPRING PLANS girlS basketbail team beat the fac Slater was a member the and a few his and Ed Brownm the Marne ulty 42 to 36 m a game that was Anita Methodist church for over 54 He has just been grad Pall bearers were Drexel hard way according years and served as a member of Chris Riesgaard Gay Kanplang were made KATHRYNDeCAMPofWestBur uated from Field Wire school at n Stly sent us a clipping Camp and will re jim McCosh Merle Burlington HawkEye Ga port at Kansas next Tues and Dennis Flowers were stog the smalltown day to entrain for to in charge Riesgaard the real backbone of the American go overseas for duty in the Far M Ali Music was me real uativu y We agree so thoroughly with what the article said that we are printing it elsewhere in the After the Ashes cant go around furnished by Florence Esther and Neva to the statement of a faculty memthe official board He also served Playing for the teachers were manyyears as a memfeer of the FatEvergreen Cemetery Association will be announced next and Andy Miller was and the town counciL Closing hours for Saturdays and The boys varsity team played Tuesdays after the free movie seaAnita who had a large printed elsewhere in this students by a large selves without seeming to be trying to toot their own isnt There are good and bad weekly pa and what the Tribune is or is not hasnt anything to do with the fact high Notice Those from out of town attend Next week the Tribune plans to ing the services included and been its monthly listing of Anita Ray Johnson and Gayle of At you have a and Glen Johnson or friend in the of and Clifford service who is not correctly listed Johnson of Storm made management of that list at Jocal theater of A motion was made that the eco sensational They write Thiq He had enjoyfd exceptionally good health until In Jan fQ uary he entered Omaha Methodist son opens were decided and turneout but were beaten by the hospital fjr observation turning he gradually grew less but was able to be about in his home for a His con attended the dition became critical last Thurs Dale Carlson of Linn and 200 ATTEND Over 200 people held Tuesday evening at the Anita Metho dist is but it i up unless everyone pitches in make sensational attention This list rens about the real stuff most Americans and and Hans lives are made FOLKS ALWAYS GRIPE at the legislature when it is in for it never seems to get through the pile of work ahead of and it never works The 55th General Assembly is taking a beat and Lamont Stone merce and application sub cosj not being ing from a lot of people and groups over the state who feel it isnt put appeared for a num over me sinte wnu ber s witn his mnvisil teUE Ralph Petersen of ting first things Now that countries he has visited its theyre hoping the His story this MASSENA GIRLS COUNTY legislators will comb the butter Q and deals CHOICE FORSCHOLARSHIP and oleo out of their hair and tacKie Evangeline region of Nova such things as the school arid is illustrated with color ed ONE OF THE MOST important issues right now is the one of ed ucational If the assem Surviving with his widow are two Maude McCor mick and Nettie McCormick of Mechanicsville two Char les of Iowa City and Earner of Lis bon five step one step and a number of nieces and and Gerald Fatka talked on the RALPH BREHMER HURT Preceding hirn in death were the ve and Roger of David problem of school consolidation afIN HAY MOW FALJj flrst nis Beu Lowe of Iowa and Mrs ter the business and Coach Ral fa Breh south of lah Lantz whb died in 1930 and Cecil Lowe of and Hurley McDamel spoke on the acjured his back terday molning four Max and Milton tivities of the state basketball when he JeU from his hay mow puneral conducted while doing his He was taSunday afternoon at 2 oclock at ken to Atlantic Memorial hospital the Anita Methodist church and bur by the fire department emeriai Was in Evergreen Pall gency According a neighbearers were Eric Harry High REVISIT FOR ANNUAL TALK m g an Reynolds and and Russell Bnin Mar Lindberg of Stuart Rex Madesen CaseyMrs Nels CHADW1CK AND OSEN sunuu John Van Atlantic and ELECTED TO ANITA SCHOOL BOARD MONDAY bor he was in considerable pain but Les Wil school election for many Osen and Chadwick Miss Charlotte Foy and Miss Patwere elected to the two vacancies In the largestvotei cast here in the wte conscious and did not seem to and Gilbert have any and Lester King were in charge of Sid Larsen fur bly acts on proposals before certain channels now reserved for educational television will be given to Otherwisethis summer they Jack go by default to corrimercial groups anxious to gobble them up and pro vide more of the same in tele vision Roger Eddy returned home nished vocal accompanied by PaTkmsonT inthe AnitTschool Osen Sunday from the Omaha Methodist Eric have been chosen Cass countys two received 170 votes and Chadhospital where she had been a pa Those from out of town attend The public is A nommscholarshi candidates for the Farm wick Dell the third cantient since Her condition ing the services included and charge is Bureau Their nataes received 56 The is Cecil Engler of and have been sent toDesMoines where names of Claude Smither and Jack MrS MelVJn STnyder and family of is spending a few they will be considered with appliLong were written for one vote INFANT HAS PNEUMONIA Lenore Hem of Sac cants throughout the state of The total vote cast was Connie Sue infant daughter Kopp and Carol Two candidates from this Chadwick has been a director of and Henry is a Jean ot Odebolt Mr and Vm which includes eleven will for the past three and Patient at the Atlantic Memorial his cent Kelly and family and and be Osen is a newcomer to the where is suffering from pneu For the past two years Cass counThey will each serve a threeyear ty girls have been well enough Mabels Fan Letter has quite a few WEVE ALWAYS GRIPED ABOUT is the poor quality of radio programs and now of television yesterday she received a fan Housewives insist morn jetter from tbe publisher of the Oak ing programs are an insult to their Rjdger Qak and youngsters rnake M A cynical remarks about the cowboys who are perpetually shooting and Anita Tribune galloping and dying amid xne of the television Dear Miss if it is wise My AT OFFICE and Herman Eilts and John of Carl Hansen of Cumber PATIENT AT HOSPITAL Ivan Pruss and Richard twoyearold son and John Pruss of rVATAtll of Mr and MrTLoweU is Neb Mrs Maude McCor a patient at the Atlantic Memorial mick of Tom Seaton A short the refrigerator motor hospital of West and Fuchs and John David and Miss Carmen of Des years ago Miss Dorothy Rock of PIKE the Tribunes linotype ma Griswold received it and this spring fpW admirers wiu enter the teaching Last OF DEJACK year Miss Marian Young of Atlantic received it and is now enrolled at started a fire Sunday afternopn in Iowa State Teachers tne backroom of Jack LaRues CONDITION IMPROVED ceWtpH thp offices which might have developed Mrs Do who has been in scSarshrcandidles wSe Ms into serious fire tt Dr LaRue had the Mercy hospital inCouncil Bluffs EVANGELISTIC SERVICES Sf county womens it about for about three weeks with a heart THIS WEEK IN ADAIR iiDei chairman Bill county Damaee was confined to the refri is reported Evangelistic services are being Don McKay Louise schools chairman Lester IS ly could put us way has been an avid Trib out ahead as a state with worthwhile reader since she left the old home omce onmoimay Its alwiays easier to and more since man Mrs Georgia county ned Tuesday gripe than to write to a your antics have been Bet She tells hie now that our ty Jane county extension Pie in the long of current subscription ends on March home government they Lest we miss a single check for renewal is IP THE 55TH ASSEMBLY makes Tell your proprietors that we note Jackass of it is only be a marked upswing in mterestmE FOR MINSTREL SHOW cause we let If weshower it reading since they have taken ovec RED CROSS DRIVE NOW ON THIS AREA with are it will do wrat the people want it As a matter of fact mosflegislators honestly do want to do what the Don McKay dates has week from March to March is announced as follows 16 18 considerable smoke damym AND CHRISTENSEN odist age made it necessary to close the BOTH REPORTED IMPROVED The meetings are on Monday for The The cpndition of both and conducted by Lawrence Christensen was who was pastor in Anita for ported improved about two years some ten years Chirstensen suffered a heart ag0j and who is now pastor of the attack Friday and the emergency Greenfield Methodist unit was Her condition The drive has opened in that but are being made to s gee a limited canvass the according to visitors Christensen has been in the hospital in Iowa City for several weeks for treatment Pete Christensen of Casey cahie Sunday from Los Angeles to and Minnie Brady CONCEBT TOMORROW nnr winter We intended to keep a 24 The time for all is The public is reminded of the free came Sunda from Los Angeles to from all and us youi glipped Anyway it seems m tne band concert tomorrow visit for about a if part of the pressure doesni Wgh itudenits are from until 9 oclock by the Yesterday 7om come from go settle down to the business sible for making contact for the adAnita band at the school Charlie and Arlo EARLYvTHIS FALL we printed welcoming lowing the concert a dance will be Christensen went to Iowa City to this column the statement of 7he Ashes held from 9 to   

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