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   Iowa City Press-Citizen (Newspaper) - October 10, 1923, Iowa City, Iowa                               FOUB IOWA CITY PRESS-CITIZEN OCTOBER I GRID PLAYER DIES '11CL1NTON, S. C., Oct. Brown, r.0L: tiiti oa tin JPitabyterian college football died here Man Jay from in- Jcrlei received in practice last nreek. Brown's spinal cord was Injured during a scrimmage, par- Keeping Free From Colds and La Gripr alysis of the lower part of his body resulting. An operation was in tn tiu.'. tt his life. W. H. HILL'S LIFE WORK Colds cause more illness than any other human ailment. Realizing this 50 years ago, W. H. Hill de- termined to develop a quick- 1 acting scientifically correct cold and la grippe remedy. Years of research brought success. Mr. Hill discovered a most remarkable for- mula. He backed it with energy, faith, integrity and a name that meant "satis- faction or money back. Today more than families cne-fifth of America's population use recommend Hill 'sCascara Bromide Quinine. I The formula has never been changed ia I a.quarter century. What Hill's has dona for millions, it can do for you. Demand j red box bearing Mr. Hill's portrait. All druggists, 30 cents. ?100.000 burglar insurance has boon renewed for three years by the First National bank. This, with the burglar proof eQu- pment of the bank, is really unnec- essary but the institution desires to "make assurance doubly sure' for its many patrons. The bank i-as introduced 200 new safe deposit boxes of thoroughly mod- i rn type. Mr. Mervin H. Dey haa been ap- custodian of the safe de- posit adding personal touch of safe-guarding to the material of pel feet safety. AMES HONORS TRICE AMES. la. Oct. 10 v.ere dismissed after 3 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon at Iowa State college that the student body and mc-mbers of the facu'.ty could hcnor the memory o: John (Jack) Trice, negrof ootball star, who decl Monday from injuries sus- tained Saturday at Minneapolis in fip Ames Minnesota game. Fun- eral eseicises were held on the campus. NBGHBORHOOTNEWS WEST BRANCH NEWS V. H. HILL CO. QUININE Time TBe railroads, ths telegraph, telephone, the wire DETROIT, SHCH. j PRESS-CITIZEN want At Burkley Hotel Coming to Iowa City Friday, Oct. 19. Office Hours to Or. J. F. Shallenberger Address letters to who has since 1907 treated Clronic. Nervous and SPECIAL. DISEASES of Men and YTounn Scientifically, also Dlseas- of the Eye. Ear, Nose. Taroat, Lungs. Heart, Blood Skin. Nervous Debility. Liver, Stomach. Intes- tines. Kidneys and Bladder. Consumption In ftn early stage.. Catarrh Ringing In Ears ard Deafness, Paraly- sis. Neuritis. Epilepsy, Sick Headache, Goitre, Eczema, Scrofula. Appendicitis, Gravel. Rheumatism of Joints and muscles. PILES, FISTULA, FISSURE and other Rectal Diseases Treated Without Knife Surgical Cases and Rupture Given Special Attention Over 80 percent ot my patients coma from recom- mendations of those I harecured. CONSULTATION FREE. Oakwood Boulevard CHICAGO. J 17 j. F. Money Won't Buy Loyalty Loyalty, vigilance, alertness and service are four elements which every business man would like to believe are inherent in all of his employes. The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) has abundant evidence to show that such qualities are common to" all but a negligible portion of its employes. This evidence comes in the form of unsolicited letters. As an example we quote one received from Mr. Wm. E. Small, of Fargo, North Dakota, written under date of September 11, in which he says: '1 wish to acknowledge the courtesy of your station attendant, Mr. Grassell, of Grafton. I am used to receiving the best treatment at the hands of your Fargo Service Station men but this young man has the idea of service and accommodation raised to the nth power. "The soil around Grafton is about the slimiest, greasiest, blackest, and most all-'round de- testable stuff in the world to get smeared up with but, notwithstanding this and notwith- standing the fact that I was a total stranger to him and not one of his regular customers, I drove into your station at Grafton after an unusually heavy down-pour of rain last week ypur agent at that point insisted that I remain in my car while he attached the chains over wheels and under fenders literally plastered with Grafton gumbo. When informed that I intended driving through to Grand Forks he not only put pQ the chains but wired them on and made jft expert job of it. When he had finished he was covered from head to foot with mud and slime but refused absolutely to accept a cent for the service rendered. "I know of no other way to square accounts than to report the matter to headquarters. As I drove down to Grand Forks through a sea of mud but clean and comfortable I swore eternal gratitude to my friends, the Standard Oil Company, for all time to come. You are giving us real service up here in the Red River Valley and I, for one, appreciate it." It was loyalty to the Company's ideals of serv- ice that caused this service station attendant to go far out of his way to render Mr. Small an extraordinary degree of service in an extra- ordinary situation and he made another friend for the Company. Such loyalty cannot be bought it must be earned. Skillful management is one thing shrewd buying is another scientific manufacturing processes constitute still another but the the employes is what has made the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) achieve- in to the thirty million people of the Middle West. Standard Oil Company (Indiana) 910So.Michigan 3407 Miss Mary Mott of Mankato. Minnesota, arrived last week for a visit ith old friends ia this j vicinity and to attend the Friend's yearly meeting. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Pownall and daughter Dorothy and Miss Ber- tha Armstrong called on Center- dale friends Friday evening-. Rev. and Mrs. Geo. H. Furniss of Davenport were here for a few days the past week. He was call- ed here to preach the sermon at the mnera! of Mrs. Clarence Lodge. Rev. Fuiniss was greatly beiovt-u as 01 me teriau church here a number of >ears ago and the number of his friends in this community is -very large. Miss Mary Tetter of Cedar Rapids a weekend visitor zit the parental home. Mr. and Mrs. J T Butler, Mrs. O. A. Tailor and son Tommy were callers at the Evans home at North Liberty Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs Su'ney Coziue of iew attended the funeral ser- vices for the late Mrs. Clarence here Friday r.fternoon. Miss Eleanor Carran visited her parents here Saturday and Sun- day. News came Saturday evening that tiie exceedingly .popular Meth- odist pastor. Rev. W. G. Rowley had not been returned to West Branch for the next year: this came as a decided blow as the people in general had felt quite that their unanimous in- sistence for hiS rcappoinjrnent j here would be effective with the annual conference. Rev. and Mrs. Rowley and two children Bobby and Betty have been with us for four years and will be sincerely missed in the community. Rev. Rowley is at this time president of the community club anil was ac- tive in a'l lines of civic improve- ment and a greatly beloved min- ister. However, his admiring friends are trying to forget the disappointment in their pleasure at the recognition of his ability in this promotion to a strong and important charge of the Vinton dis- trict, and are preparing to welcome Rev Hogan and family, who are as- signed to West Branch. Rev. Hogan comes highly recommended as a fine young minister. Mr. and Mrs. I. W Cook of Oska- loosa were here Monday to attend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Eliza beth Branson. Mrs. F. E. Corbin and children isited relatives in Cedar Rapids Saturday and Sunday and attended he M E. conference at Marion. Lin Branson of Burlington came p Saturday to make arrangement or the burial services of his mo- her, Mrs. Elizabeth Branson, who .ied In Chicago. Mrs. Helen Urbanlc of Solon Is spending some time here caring for her mother, Mrs. Antirew Hunter, who is quite ill. Miss Marietta Hunter visited In Iowa City for several days the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Albln of West Liberty spent Sunday witi relatives here. At the Sunday evening service at the Friends church, Rev. W. H. Wilson gave a talk in connection with the set of slides showing views of the negro school which are provided at the Southland by this denomination. Lewis Albin and Miss Ann Albln Rapids Monday. Little Callie Mae Bumgardner is getting along as well as possible. Philip Myers and Glenn Hoffman were Rock Island visitors Sunday. A family dinner party was en- icyed Sunday at the Frank Albin home in celebration oL-the birthday anniversary o f their youngest daughter. Doris. Two candle deck- ed birthday cakes adorned the table at noon and the Jittle lady received a number of pretty gifts. The yearly meeting of the Friends society will be held next week at their meeting house on Second street. The east side store building has been leased for the week and will be fitted up for serv- ing meals to the many visitors from a distance, as well as the local -people who will attend the services. A large company of dele- gates are expected. Mr. and Mrs. William Sanger and family of West Liberty were Sunday visitors at the home of bis brother, George Sanger. Miss Shafer was shoppiEg in Ce- dar Rapids Saturday. Miss Laura Xichalaus was a Sun- day visitor at her home. v Quite a number of rooters from here attended the Icqrk City-West Branch football game at Iowa City Saturday when the local eleven went down in defeat before the stronger -school. The West Branch team was the guest of the Univer- s_ity for the Varsity game in the afternoon, and have also been in- vited to attend the Michigan game. Miss Hazel Erb of Centerdale was a visitor in West Branch Sat- urday. Charles Stratton has been ill dur- ing the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albin, Mrs. Frank Albin and Miss Ann Albin attended the high school and Var- sity games at Iowa City Saturday. Mrs. Elizabeth. Branson died last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Satterthwait in Chicago. She was a resident of this place many years ago r.nd her body was brought here for burial, with the final services at 10 o'clock Monday at the Friends church. Three child- ren survive her Mrs. Chas. Satter- Chicago, Lindly Branson of Burlington and Dr. Leon L. Branson of Oklahoma. Mrs. F. K. Michener and daugh- ter of Cedar Rapids attended the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Clar- ence Lodge, Friday. Mrs. Lillie Ellyson has been quite ill the past few days. Mrs. Matt Ware visited with rel- atives ia Cedar Rapids last week and attended some of the Metho- dist conference sessions at Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith and four children of Iowa City spent Sunday visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sid- well. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morris were business visitors in West Liberty Saturday. The Plat store has changed hands, the former proprieter, Will Tetter, plans to go to. Washington state soon. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Vincent, John and Israel Cookson drove to Mus- Saturday. The West Branch shipping as- sociation loaded six cars of hogs last week for Chicago. MANY are the eyes that are turned to gaze with, keen ad- miration on the well developed, healthy girl no matter where she may the rapidly moving thoroughfare or gliding gracefully over the dance floor. All eyes turn because we all ap- preciate the girl with, the figure so firm and girl with radiantly red cheeks, cheeks that carry a touch of roses from na- ture's own girl with, the Sparkling eyes, keen and sharp girl with, buoyancy and the swing of youth. Not necessarily an out-of-doors girl. Just a girl with, ever creasing blood cells. Just a girl filled with, the vim and vigor of youth. S. S. S., Since 1826, has stood for increased blood cells. S. S. S. means restored dled energy. Take S. S. S. and watch the bloom of youth return to your cheeks. Watch that flabby, ill nourished flesh fade away before flesh that is firm and plump.v Red blood cells will do it and S. S. S. will build them. It contains only pure vegetable In- gredients. S. S. S. is sold at all good drug stores. The large size bottle ia more economi cal. Feel, ke Yourself Again Lao Sueppel and wife were Iowa City visitors Friday afternoon. Meio Schuoebeleu was a Lmamess visitor in Iowa City Friday. The Fred Sims and Clarence Wlntlock families spent Sunday at the sorghum mills along the Iowa river which are operated by Wm. Mincer a brother of Mrs. Whit- lock's. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Green and family. Mrs. Margaret Green, Matt Green and family, Jake Lantz ami family, Will Mincer and family and the Misses Florence and June Steele Robert Green and wife and Henry Green and family joined the crowd in tho afternoon. They all enjoyed a rousing good time. The Misses Florence and June Steel returned home Sunday morn- ing after a week's visit in Musca- line with relatives. RIVERSIDE NEWS Miss Anna Smith of Iowa City visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bulger last week. H. W. Kron and wife of Big We'ls, Texas, spent Thursday and Friday here with relatives and friends Mrs. Milton Korous of Cedar "Rapids visited at the parental A. V. Korous home last Thursday. Miss Blanche Droll of Iowa City came Thursday evening for a visit vrith relatives. "Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Swift and children of Fayette, Iowa, are here visiting at the parental John Quinn home and with other relatives. Stewart Tansey and daughter. Mrs. Effie Swank of Crawfordsville. spent Thursday at the Floyd Steele home. He is an uncle of Mrs. Steele. Mr. and Mrs Ed Ford and daugh- ter. Miss Daisy, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alt of Sharon motored to Mol- ine Saturday to visit the former's daughter, Mrs Blanche Miller. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Waltman of Muscatine were visitors at the par- ental Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sims and T. L. Waltman homes Sunday. AI. was a business visitor in Towa. City Satuidny Mr. and Mrs. Joe Libenguth spent Friday in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Schnoebelen and family of Cedar Rapids visited nt the parental Mr. and Mrs. John Mottet home Thursday. E. church basement Friday evening for the pi-rpose of getting acquaint- ed with tho Rev. and Mrs. Fitz- Bimmocs. A very pleasant evening was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs Frank Eagle and family of near Richmond Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Catherine I.intz. Mrs. Moran Libenguth was an Iowa City visitor Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tobjn and (laughter. Miss Velma, spent Fri- day. in Iowa City. Mrs. Ed Donovan and daughter Elizabeth of Iowa City visited her ?ister, Mrs. Frances Zinkula. Fri- day. Mrs. Lou Knebel of Lone Tree visited relatives in Riverside Fri- day. Mr. and Mis. Frank Fitzgibbons moved their household goods to Muscatine Sunday where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Seaton are moving their goods from Letts and will occupy the residence vacated by the Fitz- gibbons family. Jack will work for John Soukup at the rendering works. Miss Mabel Newton of Iowa City an over Sunday visitor with friends in Riverside. Mr. and Mrs. John Shradel and family spent in Iowa City. Mrs. Emina Hawthorn of Lone Tree visited at the home of Mrs. L. K. Stemen Friday. Miss Xeva Steel of Iowa City spent over Sunday at the parental Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Steele home. Mrs. Frances Zinkula and family moved from the Scott residence in the west end of town to the Tener residence the past week. Mrs. A. V. Korous and daughter Miss Bessie left Sunday afternoon for their new home in Cedar Rapids. Ray Page left Sunday evening for Iowa City to commence work at the Stach Electric shop. Mr. Leo Sueppel and daughter, Vivian, and Mrs. Cather- ine Lintz visited at the home Of the latter's daughter, Mrs. Charley Casper, near Washington Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfie Younkin and son Omar and Miss Carrie Iden spent Sunday afternoon in Iowa City. Mrs. Younkin and Miss Iden visited Mrs. Rebecka Younkin and Mr. Younkin and Omar attended the baseball game. Mrs. Rebecca Yotmkin of Iowa City passed avray at her home on South Clinton street Monday morn- ing. The remains wilKbe brought to Riverside for burial. The fun- eral services will be held Wednes- day afternoon Banns of the marriage of Nor- bert Dautremont and Miss Cather- ine Mottet were announced Sunday morning at St. Mary's church. Their mr.rriage will occur Thurs- day morning, October 25th. Mrs. W. E. Page and son Ray vrent to Cedar Rapids Friday af- ternoon to visit relatives, returning Saturday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Winters and family spent Saturday after- noon in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. William Hotz and family of West Liberty were visit- ors at the parental. Mr. and Mrs. John Liska home Sunday. John Rummelhart was a busi- ness caller in Iowa City Saturday afternoon. Miss Velma Rath went to Iowa City Monday where she will work at the Perkins hospital. The Misses Velma Younkin and Emma Shradel spent Saturday in Iowa City. Fiaiik and grand- children visited with Mrs. Violet Kephart in Iowa City Saturday. John Youukin and sons Krerfttt and Allan were Iowa City Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Isaclore Hose.il and family of near Haskins visited At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Quinn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Dayton and sons Roy and Stanley of Washing- ton were visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs. W. E. Page Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McNamara and sons William and Leo of Rowley, Iowa, visited at the parental Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Brown home this week. I Fred Hunzinger of Fairfield came, Friday to vist at the John Hun- j Hunzinger and the children return- ed with him to Fairfield where they will reside, Mr. ami Mrs. Clalr Swift and famih- visited with Mrs. Alice Rose iu Iowa City Sunday. The Misses Ernestine Jones Cleo Smith spent Saturday in Iowa City. Norbert Beaten and Richard Reha attended the football game at Iowa City Saturday.' The Zelma Reha and Iiene Muller of Iowa Cify visited at their homes here Sunday. The Misses Gertrude Klefer, Imiida Deatsch. Muriel Krebs and Herman Krebs attended the foot- ball game at Kalona Sunday after- noon. x Herman Kroes of Fort Madison is here visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Francis of Iowa City visited at the parental Mr. and Mrs. S. Bauer home Sun- day. Miss Margaret Cunningham Of Washington came Monday morning to visit her mother, Mrs. Nellie Cunningham. 3ht tody oAo teUj- her husband about the charms of Kodotpho ash! What o Tomorrow Alright Night's air, a good sleep and an Iff Tablet to make your days better. v_ Nature's Remedy (M? Tableto) exerts a beneficial influence on the digestive and eliminative Stomach, Liver and Bowels. an Nt action is so different you will de- lightfully surprised. "Isod for over to years SOLON NEWS The Misses Florence, Helen and Opal Kent planned a surprise par- ty in honor of their brother-in-law Elmer De Vault's birthday last Thursday. Mrs. De Vault .served a sumptuous luncheon Dancing and games were played during the evening. Many gifts were present- ed to Mr. De Vault. Those present besides the above named included: Masine and Dorothy Williams, Pau- and oLtus Randall, Marie No- votny, Trecia Brock, Alma Lorence, Helen Maxine Randall and Mrs. Sam Kent. OXFORP_NEWS Mr. Joe Winters and family were Wftlford vialtors Sunday. The condition of Mr. John Kelley who it rery ill remains about the eame. Mr. Joe Shupitar, jr., of Iowa City, visited Sunday with his parent! in Oxford. Mr. Frank Novak residing couth of town, accompanied three loads of cattle to Chicago Saturday. Miss Elsie Novak who spent last with her sister Mrs. Serovy near Walford returned to her home Sunday evening. Mrs. Either Hardy and children, Mrs. Mahannah and son of ''North English spent Sunday at the John Cellman and Wm. Hardy homes. Mr. Joe Winters and family were Cedar Rapids visitors Satur- day. Miss Margaret Tranter and Ev- elyn Kehne spent the week end nt the John Shay home near Tiffin. They also attended a shower at the Ernest Drake home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Drake who were married at Iowa City last Mr. James Henderson and sister, Miss Irma returned Saturday from a visit in Missouri with their uncle, Mr. Charles Hewitt and family. Mr. Lute Saxton and family at- tended the football game at Iowa City Saturday. Miss Edith Bartholomew of Iowa City spent the week end in Oxford with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Cook return- ed Sunday from a short visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Henry Dee near Brooklyn. Mr. John DeGood and family and Mr. John Kahlcr and family spent Sunday at the Fred Kabler home near Marengo. Mrs. Frank Novak and sons vis- ited at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Milo Serovy near Walford, Sunday. Mr, Everett Cook and Miss So- phia Kahler spent Sunday at the Henry Dee home near Brooklyn. Miss Mabel Douglas is to her home with a siege ap- pendicitis. Mr. Adolph Kadera and family of North Liberty spent Sunday at the Murray Yenter home. Mr .and Mrs. Wm. Hardy were Iowa City visitors Saturday. Mrs. Wes Gegenheimer and Miss Irma Gegenlheimer of Iowa City visited Sunday at the Tiros. Trant- er home in Oxford. Mrs. Mary Lewjp and Mr. and Mrs. Boland of Williamsburg visit- ed at the C. H. Rapp home in Oxford Saturday. Mrs. Riddle returned Sati from a week's visit with daughter, Mis. John Pieliner. daughter, Mrs. Emily 'Jelley has been visiting here and a dar Rapids, returned to her in fiouth Dakota Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Newkii Iowa City were Saturday ev visitors In Oxford. WELLMAN NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schac loft Friday morning for Califi to spend a year visiting at home of John Schachner an look the country over. They icnted their farm here. So mai our Wellman folks are in Los geles and some of the cities ne that it will be like -going to olil home town. Fo-rnpy BP" Jr and F Sunday in Iowa on business and spent Monda Marengo. Bert England and .his goi Keota spe_nt Saturday here on ness. Carrol Durian, John Wherle, fnavely and Maxine attended football game at low a City Saturday. C. M. Booth left for Edmo? Alberta, Canada, last week to his sister, Mrs. Jesse Hilton, expects to spend at least t weeks there. Mrs. Nick Snyder was calle Rochester, Minnesota, becaus the illness of her sister, Mrs. I man, who just underwent a set operation. Mrs Jake Hicks has gone California to visit several of relatives. She will spend mos her time at Los Angeles. Mrs. Jack Kelley of Washln spent a week here with her ter, Mrs Fred Schroder. Mrs. Lyman Bradford of Chi! came Friday morning to visit aunt, Mrs Bynia Wilson who Isl Mrs. Bradford made her home her aunt when she was a s girJ. Miss Louise Braden has honor of making the S. TJ. I. j glee club, winning over eigh other applicants for the vacz among the sopranos. The Uni sity Glee club is an organizatlo high musical merit. Harley Rugg came down J Waterloo Thursday evening spend a few days with his part Mr. and Mrs. Fay Rugg, and brothers and two sisters, Arthur Jones Will "v? low. Simple Guide >er Food Selection Grape-Nuts with cream or good milk contains every element necessary for perfect nutrition. Grape-Nuts is partially pre-digested by 20 hours' baking. It is easily assimilated by child or adult. Flavor- Grape-Nuts, made of wheat and barley, is sweet with natural sugar self-developed from the grain in the making. It has a delightful, nut-like flavor. Grape-Nuts is real kind you can de- pend upon for strength and energy. 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