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   Jefferson Bee (Newspaper) - May 15, 1945, Jefferson, Iowa                                 Page Two  THE JEFFERSON BlEE. JEFFERSON. IÖWA  Tuesday. May. 15,. 1945  NEWS HIGHLIGHTS IN GREENE COUNTY  usAsma EVisn^ OF THE WKES  bferecttnx Bmnnutr of Crents and PeraaiuU sui4 Social News Picked Up by BEE Bcporten  churdah  Jim Spear, had the misfortune to have part of the thumb of his left hand cut off Friday at the loclcer in the electric saw. It was taken off just below the nail. He went to the  Commencement  The closing activity of the Chur-dan public school was held Thursday evening, when commencement was observed with the following pro-, _ , , ^ . »u < .gram: processional, Gall Schroeder; Jefferson hospital to have the inju^ Uivocntion, the Rev. Joseph S. Davis  Mrs. C. O. Dudley of Jefferson spent Friday night with her daughter. Mrs. Lloyd HosWns and family.  Miss Pauline Zuspann left a week ago Saturday for a vacation from Everett Hawn and the following pro-  taiJen care of. It is doing nicely and he is back at his work.  Brevity Clob Entertains  The members of the Brevity club held their last meeting until fall, Friday afternoon when they entertained their mothers and other guests. It was held at the home of Mrs. Robert LeGore with Mrs. Harold Curtis. Mrs. Lloyd Tucker and Mrs. E. J. Meyers as the assisting hoste.siKes. The program commitee was Mrs. Lloyd Hoskins and Mrs.  ri ppey  her duties at" the bank. She Planned i ^[«^J'^'-'^ Biven to go to Bloomneld ..nd Chicago. Ill, ^^^^ ^  piano solo. "The Rosary  Pledge of Alle-  and Ewing. Mo  Mr. and Mrs. E. Peterson wevo dinner guests a week ago last Sunday of Mrs. Clyde Kemp and children. In the aftenioon they drove to  tive.'i. the Gibson families.  Mrs. Lizzie Gingery returned home' Tliursday evening from Spirit Lake. |  E. Lolir; ' PhylUs  Toyne; travelogue of the east and west, Mrs, Oscar Minor; two guitar .solos. "Naiive Waltz" and "Nearer  "Don't Fence Me In." Darwin Barnes: pageant. "Mothers of Yes-  Where She .^d gone Tuesc^ynwn-iPei^Son^^nS ing to be with her niece and nephews i ' ' strpnm motliPr<; of ves-because of the death of  .'•fter a six week's illne.s5. The funeral and iiurial were held Wed  nesday evening at Spirit Lake. He is survived by four sons and one  rending. "Mothers of Today," Marilyn Dudley: piano duet, Schubert's "Serenade," Mrs. Lloyd Ho.'ikins and Rose Maurine; song, "America," all,  a"nd Be -narirve^i ÌuldaJÌ fu  M^r T noT' nf T.1.P ruv speaker, Mrs, Minor, with a vase.  visit her sister. Mrs. Gretta Hill.  were 18 members and 22 guests present to enjoy the afternoon. The  Miss Ethlynn Kemp spent Saturday night with her friend. Miss Connie Howard.  Mrs, Mary Jones left Wednesday night for lier home in Des Moines, She came Monday to vi,';it iier sisters, Mrs, Marjorie Claus and Mrs. Ray Mattison and families. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Mattison, Mrs, Jones and Mrs, Claus drove to Marathon and attended commencement c,\erciEcs at the high school there. The MattLson's daughter 'Virginia, Mrs. James C. Ellerston, is music instructor there.  DON'T SEED SOYBEANS  mTHOUT  business and pleasure trip. .Mr,  Jacobs went on to Sioux City and „. „ ,, , „ ...  retur/.ed to Lake City Saturday. He , f ;  drove here Sunday for dinner at the »S v n  Hill home and Mrs. Jacobs accom- P^'"' ' E' ""fei-  panied him home that afternoon.; ""^h ^-.O' Dudley,  The.v also Visited Mr. and Mrs. Vates |  |r. R. Adams, O. W. Kimmer, E. C. Harriott, Oscar Minor, H. O. Stream and Lloyd Davis, and Darwin Barnes, Phyllis Toyne, Marilyn Dua-ley. Rose Maurine and Elain Hoskins, Coletta Kemp. Lyndra Harriott and Marcelyn LeGore.  Sgt. Glenn Lorentzen, who ha.s spent three years in Africa, India and other overseas countries is visiting relatives and friends.  David Lohr spent Tuesday evening of la.st week with Gary Fisher.  The members of the Rebekah lodge will hold their mother-daughter gathering May 18 at 2 o'clock at the I.O.O.F. hall. Each member is to bring her daughter as a r;uest.  Cliarlcs Conant is able to he up again, after being ill in bed last week. He lives with his daughter, Mrs, Harold Curtis and family.  The Rev, Ad Trost of Jefferson and his son Pfc, Paul Trost visited friends here Saturday, Private Trost ju.st returned home last week He wa,s overseas seven months and was a prisoner of the German government for four months. The Trost family lived here several years ago and Paul worked in Dudley's store,  Mr, and Mrs, E, J, Meyers and I sons and Mi.ss Beverly Trimmer were • Don't risk your land, I.ibor and seed I .supper guests Saturday evcnini.! of ...inoculatc with NITRAGIN. Give ¡Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Harriott in Je£-soybeans more vigor to fight weeds and j fel'son, Mr, and Mr.s. M. .S. Corri ll drought. Get bigger, surer crops and i of Des Moines and Mrs. Lloyd .Ken-consorve soil fertility. NITRAGIN is | net and daughter of Jcffer.ion were good crop insurance for every plant- ¡also present.  ing of legumes. It's the oldest inocu- i Mrs. Floyd Hilliard and baby Lcs-lant, used by farmers for 45 years. Costs ' oi Des Moines tamo oatur-  about 12 cents an acre, taltes a few min-  iday movuing fov an extended visit  utes to use. Get your NITRAGIN today. i « Uh her mother, Mr,-;, Herbert Post  land Mr. Po.st. Fu'st Lieutenant Hilliard is on Okinawa.  Fred Hill came hiime .Saturday jaitcrnoon from lown City, \vh(/e ¡if ihad been since Pcbiiuiry for treat-iinent. He i.s much hetler, but will return lo the hospital in a few wci k.s ^ for further u-eatmcm. ! Mi-s. Wayne Trotter and dau!;liter M'arir left Saturday for ilicir home ;a(. Lake Cily. They liad spent a i wcek with Mr. nnd Mr.s. Jaine.; I Spear. The two ladies ave si>tfi'.s. j.Serucani Trotiri' is with Patton'r  MARTEN SEED  STORE  Veni IMarlcn, Priip. So, Wi«on Ave, Jefferson  thiid arniy  Mr. and Mr.s. George ,Sabu;, avo till- iiarents of a boy bovn yiind:!V ovcning at 7:30, wriyiúnK 11 pounds Mr.s. Sabus and baby are beim; carw.: lor by Mr.s. J, A, KUwavtls in Ihf Edwards jiome,  Mrs. F, W, Winkli-maii of Jeircr-son was agiusl over tlie week end of her son, Aitliiu' Winkleman and family.  clarinet quartet, "Andante" and "Pizzicato Polita," by Duane Thorn-burg, Cecelia Reagan, John Hunt and 'Verlyn 'Wliite; mixed chorus sang "America, My Own" and "Keny Dance," with Richard Sil-baugh as accompanist; Supt. Stan-ger introduced County Supt. R. A. Morris, who then Introduced County Attorney William C. Hansen of Jefferson, who gave an Interesting and helpful talk to the cla.ss of '45 and the large audience of relatives and friends. The girls' glee club .sang "Awake, 'Tis Spring," the Rev. L. C, Schumacher gave tlie benediction and Supt. Stanger introduced Pfc Paul Trost, who just recently returned from overseas, where he '.vas a prisoner of the Germans. Richard Silbaugh, president of the junior class, presented Miss Luellen and Miss Allen, sponsors of the class, with gifts. Mrs. Inlow gave the vocal and instrumental music awards and Miss Lucy Hall gave awards to vhe salutatorian, Shirley Perkins, and the valedictorian, Fi'ances , Davis. Supt, Stanger then presented vhe 23 members of the senior class to the board of education, and the president, Yates Allen, gave them their diplomas. B&H  Mrs. Orville McKinley and Booby of Omaha, Nebr., came Saturday morning to visit their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A Edwards. Tliey left Sunday evening for their home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lawson and sons were also present at the Edwards home Sunday  Mrs. Wilma Kloss and daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Keith Millard and Roberta Kay of Ft. Dodge came Thursday evening to visit their daughter and sister, Mrs. Dale Barnes and family. Mrs. Kloss, 'who has been working at the Lutheran hospital, has been ill, and spent a week in the hospital for treatment  Each of the children of the first and second grades presented their teacher. Miss Martha Haering with a tea towel with his own name on it last week. Miss Haering, who has taught here the last few years, '»vili be married in the near future to T. Sgt. Keith L. Hamilton, who is now a patient at Madigan General iiospital at Tacoma, Wash  Mrs. Harry Curtis of Jefferson came Sunday evening to spend a few^ days with her son, Harold Curtis •tnd family.  Mrs. Lizzie Gingery was ;-,urprLsed Sunday when her children and «randchildren came in to have dinner with her on Mother's day. Those coming were Mr.'and Mrs, Paul ■Scultz and family, Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Carey and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Gingery and children  Mr, and Mrs, Joliii Quiglev entertained the following at their home for Sunday dinner: the honored gtie.st was their grandson. Junior Wright, machinist's mate first class, •>vho has been at Midwav, Pearl Harbor and other places, and is now enjoying a leave; Mr. and Mra Ward Wright and family and ' teaciier from Kanewha; Mr. and •Mrs. Kenneth Fitz and daughter Clarion: Mi.ss Barbara Fitz, Iowa City: Mr, and Mrs, Darrell Johnston and Kon,s, Cooper: Floyd Flack, Mv and Mr,s, Corlis Quigley and Leo Mr.;, Ernest Beebe and son. Oscar Wimht. Buddy Toms. Mr. and Mrs Uaroki Flack and daughter.  .■\I;-s. Clyde Kemp received wor ia.s: week from her hu.sband. Private Kemp, that he is now on Okinawa  Deniii.s .\reyers celebrated his .si.xtl biri'nclay Tluir,sday, May lo, and had a ¡lariy that aftenioon. Game weie iilayed and Dennis opened hi after which his mother, Mr; K. .1. ^^eyers. .served rlierrv angi !oo(i rake and ice cream. Those present were Jerry Wiiite, David ^onr. Leo John Monohan. Duaii" Cl.ak, Billy Kemi). Dennis Huiiziker, Bobby Ciebhart, Ronnie Minnehan arai Byrou Morrison,  I'lee .ArolluKll.st Chureii -Mabel E. Mes.sinBer. Pastor ■■Come and let its return unto .'-e Lord.^^ Ho.sea G;l.  Fniyer inieiing Tliursdav at 0 pm -Mi.s.sionary meeting Friday at 2-30 |).m. at the par.s(inago.  .Sunday .school at 10 a. ni. M(}rnin" worship at 11 a. m. Song and praise .-ervice at 8 ¡j. ,n., followed by the preaching.  Mrs. Jessie Boyce of Kansas City, Mc. was a week end guest at the home of Mrs. Maggie Heater. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Nelle Rimer of Sacramento California who was called to Kansas City a few weeks ago by the death of her mother, Mrs. Hettie Osbom, They spent a few days with their cousin, Mrs. Nellie Burk and family at Jamaica before coming to Rip-pey.  Capt. and Mrs. Marvin Llnd arrived Thursday from Lake Placid New York, for a two weeks visit in the parental Grover Rittgers home and with his parents at Gowrle  Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Lower and daughter, Sharon, left Thursday after a few days visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lauver Tliey remaiiied over the ■week end with relatives in Ames returning to their home in Mollne Illinois the first of the week. ,  Floyd Rice rettu-ned home Thurs-r day from the Jefferson hospital where he was a patient several days following an appendectomy  Mrs. C. E. Wells of Des Moines came Friday and remained over the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Amos Wilson.  Ens. Mildred Lankenau of the navy nurse corps left Friday for Bainbridge Maryland after a three weeks leave and visit in the parental Albert Lankenau home. Ens, Lankenau is instructor of the nurses classes at the naval base hospital and was recently transferred there from Corpus Christi, Texas.  Mrs. Doris Wood Tnd young son, Denny accompanied by her father, Harry Ford and Bob Ford arrived iicre Thursday evening from San Jose, California, for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Wood and son will visit in the parental C. B. Woods home in Jeffer.son and other relatives in the county. Mr. Ford will come to sec his father, Allen Ford and other relatives and friends and to look after the residence property which has been unoccupied since tliey left for tlie west three j-ears ago".  Forest Reynold, aviator machinist of the na\'>' accompanied by his wife came from Traverse City Michigan for a few days furlough and visited relative^ in Yale and Guthrie Center and friends in this locality.  The Womans Society for Christian Service will meet Thtn-sday afternoon. May 17 for regular work. Those having plants or bulbs may bring them for an exchange. The committee in charge of the lunch .Agnes Swartzendruver, Mable Pouch Clara Lofstedt and Rose Stoufer  Mrs. Neva Oberkamper came last week for a visit with her daughter Mrs. Ir-.vin Correy and family. Mrs, Oberkamper recently came to Des Mones called by the illness and death of her fatlier. She plans to visit relatives in the Cooper loc ality arfd in Des Moines before re,-.turntiSg-4o her home in San Franii cisco, Cahfornia.  MSs.'i Cirol Swartzendruver of Oskaloosa came for a week end visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Charles Sv.-artzendruver. She re nuTrd Sunday evening.  ?»Tr.s. Lottie Lanedon of De, Moines rrturned Friday afternooi ••iter a .short vi.sit in the Chas Koboldt home. She came to attend the commencement exerci-ses of 111" Riiipev liish .school which was i-.eld Thursday evening.  Mr. and Mrs. Halsey Munson and family and his mother, Mrs. Minnie Munson, spent Mothers day with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and' family in Jefferson.  Mesdames Hulda McClure and Helen Temple were joint hostesses at a bridge party at the Temple home Wednesday evening. Cards were played at three tables with Mis. Edith Anschutz winning high score. The traveling prize went to Mrs. Ruth Owen. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses.  Staff Sgt. Fred Roathe was pleasantly surprised Thursday evening with a birthday dinner given at the parental J. M. Cain home. A lovely cake had been made by Mrs. H. E. MMnson for the occasion. Table decorations were pink and white. A shower of birthday cards from friends in Mar>-land was presented to Sgt. Roathe following the dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Munson, Mr. iuid Mrs. Russell Radeto-ugh. Sgt. and Mrs Roathe and son, Rodney Keith, and Mr. and Mrs. j. M. McCain, Sgt and Mrs, Roathe and son arrived Wednesday morning for a fwo week visit from Aberdeen pro\-ing grounds in Maryland where Sgt,. Roathe is stationed. Tlieir son. Ixiverne, remained in Maryli>r.d where he is attending high school:. Annual Commpnccmcnt of K,.H.S. May 10, 1&45 A large c,rowd w;vs present at the annual commencement eserciscs of the Rippey high school Thursday evening at t.he high school g>'m-nasium. when eighteen seniors received diplomas as graduates. The members of the class wore customary caps arid gowns and were seated on the rostrum which was decorated with spring flowers and class colors of purple and gold.  The class processional was played by Mrs. Bonnie Anderson, music instructor of the school. The in-voc.ition was given by Rev. J. H, Krcnmyre after which the Girl's Glee club sang "Homing." Miss Mary Pries, president of the class, introduced the speaker, Prof. F. D. Moats, who gave the class address, ■The Kind of a World the U. S. Can Help Build." Supt. Theo. R. Speed ijresented the class and diplomas were presented by Oscar Burk. president of the school board. The program was concluded by a number by the senior girls Sextette and benediction by Rev. J. H. Kren-myre. The class roll includes Ray-old ■Parley, Bonnie Fouch, Mary mond Andrews, Esther Fagen, Har-Fries, Vernon Fi'itz, 'Veryle Fritz, Merle Jenkins, LcJane Johnson, Dorothy Kenan, Ruth Kaboldt, Harold Mowrer, Iva McCain, Ber-nice McCombs, J, D. McDowell. Dale Morse, Dorothy Rice, Mary Ruth Roberts, Five members of this cia.?s are now serving in the United Stales navy. Jack Ridnour, Vernon McDowell, Myron Linn, Earl Malizia, Ronald Munson.  We Will be Hakhifig  On Orders  throughout june and have taken several orders now fok september chicks  OUR WHITE ROCKS will moke you fhte very best kind of a meat bird. We are being strongly urged to raise more poultry td supplement the dwindling nieat supply. June is an ideal month from several standpoints for brooding chicks this year your brooding equipment can be utalized to a great advantage by starting on additional flock with it. Move those that don't require heat any more and put in another bunch of our WHITE ROCKS. Everyone who has taken them this vear has been hiighly pleased with the way they are doing. '  Make Better Management your policy this year. Don't market birds in poor condition.  FAIRMONT 32% Mash Maker Concentrate per 100 lbs._______________________  ^ THE  ^3.90  ^4.55  FAIRMONT CREAMERY CO.  FAIRMONT Condensed Buttermilk for Poultry, per 10Ò lbs.____________  U.S.A.*  Hatchery division  I'uriiiture I'olisli  For rcniovint; that dull, foggy ap-l)eainnce that furniture may acquire and lo conceal fine crack.s or checks in the liiM-h, use a simple homemade iiirnitine poli.ih of two parts boiled lin.seod oil and one part tur-lientiiic. It is suggested tliat the nii.x-tine be applied witli a soft cloth, liulj the c.\ce:-s polish off with a dry cloth and keep rubbing with the iir.iiii of the wood until the surface is entirely dry and will not show a (¡riser mark,  NATIONAL  VICTORY  PORTABLE MILKERS  Concrete Houses  Concrete houses will be Riven another chtincc. Between 1810 and 1920 Grosvenor Atterbury built about 30 hou.ses, in lar/;e prccast concrete units, at F(jrcst Hills Gardens, New Voik. 'i'hey were lire, weather and vermin iiroof, otlicr characteristics were ali .i very satisfactory, but slow hardening concroto made them too co.stly.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS  I0n,%!(0'v OSTROP.4TniC CilSIC I>T. J. K. Johnaon. Jr„ D.O.  106 W. Lt.icolnway, Jefferson, low»  DH. I. S. nVZARD  I'rsrtlce limited to eye, ear, noie, •hront and kIhbr fittine, Jefferson  Provide fecdiiif; creeps for i)i.n,s when two weeks old and feed BOW-KEY Piji and Sow feed Authorized Bow-Key Dealer  E. A. Milllgatt & Son  Lohrvillc Farnhiiniville  Tom Hunt, Mgr. Floyd Bennett, M^a-.  Adaza, Chas. Pack, Mgr.  DH!<. I.IMnunO * laMIIVHO Phraleliin» an* Hurceoaa  Jefferson. Iowa Offlcea at S05 Weal Lilncolnwar  J. JONGKWAARn, MJl JEAN JOMilSWAAnD, M.D. rkyalelaBa and Surceana  Offlcu 201 WeHl Ulncolnway PhonoB 171 and 172  BBNJ. O. HAMILTON. Jr., U.D. DIaeaaea ot Cklldrca  Internai medicine and conaultatlona. 'Jftlce In Freeman BIdif., Jefferson  M. II. iiiii.vKiia, M.n.  1U5 South Wilson Ave. OrriiM! l'iinnu 68 Kubiaunoo I-Uono iQU  The National Victory Milker Is the out.standlng Nimpllfied mllUiT of war time! It offers many advantaRefi of convcnUncc, simplicity and «•fflclcney. You uill be amazed at how simple It Is to operate, how easy to clean.  Th valvr 11 llit hrart of any milbtt The Sani-ital v»|vf (pal-«nifd) I> moit lanilary and hat unlimited capacity, Eaiieil lo ketp clean. Enable« the operator to iee at all timet bow the cow 11 milk-inj.  Look At These Additional Advantages!  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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolf anti Norma spent Sunday in the home of Mr.s, \Vo!f',s parents Mr. and Mrs. Will Calvert near Dana.  i.Ii,s.s Gladys Zabilka took aprox-miately 17 members of her Tooting Ma'.s to Bagley Friday evening where they were on the program at the mothef and daughter banquet which was sponsored by the Bagley Methodi.st church.  Doris Ure plans to leave the first of the week for Portland, Ore where she will join her brother and si.ster and be employed.  Maxine Rensch returned recently from California where she had spent few weeks. Prior to that she was employed at the Penney Store in Jefferson,  Mr, and Mr.?, Ted Pittman and Darrell were gue.sts Sunday in the home of Mrs. Pittman's parents Mr, and Mrs, E, A. Rumle ai Perry  Mrs. Harvey Lawton, Lois and Gerald spent Mothers day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stephenson at Jeffeison .  The I, U. W. G. bridge club is scheduled to meet Wednesday, May IG, in the home of Mrs. Wendell Jones at Jamaica.  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Booth of Bag-ley ,cpent Thursday evening in the' Lmmctt McNabb home,  Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tate and three children have moved to Jefferson Mr, Tate will continue to be in the trucking bu.sine.ss.  Mr. and Mrs, Prank Squires and family sp<.'nt Sunday in the homo of Mr, Squire.s, mother Mrs. Mai^y Squires.  Mr. and Mrs. Wiibtir Zollar of ,!;■'•'• >> :-. -i-.tpt Sunday uui")',= in the home of Mr. uuvl Mrs. Ben Byni.s.  Mrs. George Brown and thre daughters of Des Moines .spent the greater part of last week in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs Pi-ed Molle.  Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rich, JacVtie and Mary Lou of Des Moines spen Sunday in the pai'eiital Wm. Rich home and with other relatives in this community.  Commencement excerclses were held Thur,sday evening May 10, for the seniors of tlu; Oooper high school with Dean M, D, Heiser of Ames the ,speaker of the evening Marcolla Byrns was named a.s val edictorian and Betty Jean Snow uri'ii !is .'.iUiilorian, On Friday cx hibits were held and a ba,sket dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour with many of the parents attending After the noon hour a program was held where the basketball award were given out by Mr, Härtung nnd the mu.sical awai'd,s by Miss Zabilka, A point system was put into effect a few years ago and students rccelve one point for every public appt rance in a group and two points for every .solo. When a student has right points they arc awarded a beginnen; letter and upon earning fifteen points Is awarded an advanced music letter. The advanced letter is given only to high school pupils while grade school youngsters are given a certificate of merit If they have received a beginners letter prevlou.sly. Tho,so receiving beginners letters this year were: Madon  na Taylor, Audrey Taylor, Pauline Hostetler, Betty Meinecke, Charles Tipton, Maxine Taylor, Mary Stof-er, and Bonnie Schilling, Beginners certificate of merit were: Dick Law-erence, Ronald Tasler, Bob Monthei, Dean McDowell, Virginia Squires, Dean McDowell, DaiTell Pittman, Marvin Larson, Eugene Garrity, Donna Jean McNabb, Dwight and Corrine Anderson, Don McDowell, Marvin Kuebler, Dolores Shank, Ramona Becker, Pat Stofer, Edith Rensch, Diane Peer and Arlis Sto-ler. Atìvànced letters went to Eleanor .-Byms, Harold Van Sickle, Betty Schilling, Janet Whltecotton, Helen Crews, Betty Snowgren, Doris Ure, Beverly Hutchinson, Freda Mooney, joy Andersen, Jerry Pittman and Delane Day, Advanced certificate of merit went to Donna Jean Savage, Bertha Tolsdorf, Hazel Byrns, Betty Crews and Virginia Lawerence. Much credit is due Miss Zabilka for her fine bunch of musical youngsters.  Friends of Mrs. Roy Gatlin will be glad to leam that she is convalescing nicely from her recent op eration and will soon be able to eturn home.  The W. S. C. S. met Thursday May 10, at the church with Mrs. Joe Johnson. Mrs. Francis Härtung and Elsie Wiggins serving as hostesses. Eighteen members answered roll call with a tribute to mother. Mrs. Lester Lawerence led the devotion and Mrs. Fred Quail served as le.sson leader. One of the circles hold a food sale by bringing articles of food for women in the other circles to buy. Special music was sung by Mrs. Lawerence and Mrs. Prank G Umore and Janet Whltecotton and Mrs. Nadine Friess read a poem all In honor of mothers. Following the program a social hour was en-Joyed with choice refreshments being served at the tea hour by the hostesses.  Mr, and Mrs. Ora Pittman received word last week from their son S 2c Harold Deane Pittman that he is now in the Hawaiian Islands.  John Siemens of Ames spent Friday and Saturday in the home of his sister Mrs. Carl Hebner and family.  Mr. and Mrs. Lawerence HiU'st, guests Sunday In the home of Mr, Larry and Mar.sha Ann were dinner and Mrs. Robert Molle and daugh-Jlm Molle home at Jefferson.  Mr. and Mrs. Burt Siemens Frank and Roger of Goldfield spent Sunday in the home of their daughter and sister Mrs. Carl Hebner This wa,s the Siemens, frst opportunity to make the aqualntance of their new grand son little Larry Hebner.  Mr. and Mrs. S. Z. Scott of Paton were callers Sunday evening In the Chas. Carver home.  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Melton and Kay of Linden spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Knodel  Mrs. Luclnda Burnell was honored at a dinner .Sunday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Ummell near Bagley where her children gathered to spend the day with her.  Mr. and i.^'s. Darrell Johnston and sons attended a family dinner Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs, John Quigley at Churdan.  Mr. and Mrs. Jim Field and family of Paton .spent Sunday in the homo of Mrs, Libble Pine and Maxine,  •Mr, and Mrs, Roy Peer went to Atlanti;: Friday evening to spend the week end In the home of Roy's mother Mrs. W, M. Peer.  Mrs. Mary Niedermycr of Jefferson spent the latter part' of the The annual mothers guest day for week in the Emmett McNabb home, bo held Tuesday May 15, in the the Franklin Happy Hustlers Is to home oi Virginia Lawerence.  XOTICK  •:XT OF  or AI'I'OI.VT.M n.\ IH;dtoìi  St.ito of Iowa, CJreone County, H.s—  Notlco l.s liei-eliy slven that tho unrtorsiK'UPd liii,s been duly al)i)olntoil and tiualillpd ¡ih Kxeeutor of the f,stato of ("a,'jsie Commons, deciiased, lati' of Oreeiie county. All i)cr,sona liidi l)tcd to ,>;aid estate arc rctiuestod to make Immcdlatu jiaymoiii, and those liaviiiK claim,s iiB.ilnst the saiiH! will i)ro,S(!nt them, duly auth-ciillealed, to the underHiKueil lor allowance, and ilio in the office of the Clerk of the District Clourt,  n. H. MAl,ONHY, Wm. C, Han,son, Attorney Dated May 1, 1945 L, G, Grant,  Clerk District Court B-lD-2  No Alphabet i  The Chinese have no alphabet!?"'ist«i^ though attempts have been made recently to create one.  More Comfort Wearing  FALSE TEETH  Here la a pleasant way to overcoms loose phito discomfort. FASTEETH, an Improved powder, sprinkled on upper and lower plates holds tliem firmer bo that they feel more comfortable. No Kummy, gooey, pasty tasto or feeling. If3 alkaline .(non-acid). Does not sour. Checks "plote odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH today at any drug store.  A LOCAL MAN FELT LIKE SWOLLEN BALLOON; FULL OF STOMACH GAS  Recently, a Jefferson man stated that he used to feel like a swollen balloon after every meal. He would bloat full of gas and spit up acidulous liquids for hours after eating. Was terribly constipated. This man is one of the hundreds In this vicinity who now praise SYS-TONE. He states he was amazed at the results when he took this medicine. Now he eats what he wants without gas or bloating, and bowels are regular for the first time In years. He feels like a new man.  SYS-TONE contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go oil suflering. Get SYS-TONE. Shuey Drug Store. 4  ELECTRICIAN  ■^ÀÌl Electric Repair and New Wptk Expertly Done, CAll 676  Walter P. Noel  401 W. Madison Jefferson, Iowa  BHBtf  TractorRepair  MACHINE WORK  WE BUILD MANURE LOADERS Electric ond Acetylene Welding All Our Work Must Be Satisfactory  CLOPTON  MACHINE SHOP  Across from Thermogray HB-6tf PHONE 422  NIGHT PHONE 78  Funk's 'G' Wins Again  For tho eighth year in the past ten Funk's "G" Hybrid Corn has won the Illinois Official 10-Acrc Yield Contest sponsored by Illinois Crop Improvement Assn. and the University of Illinois Collcjic of Agriculture. The winner produced 182.0,5 bushels ppr acre. The next four winners also used Funk's "G."  More and Mòre Farmers ore PlanHng  JiifUiáá.  A Winning Hybrid for Greene County  in the 1944 Greene County lO-acre contest Funk's "G" hybrids won three of the top five placcs.  Arthur F.Brown, Jef-ferson, Otto Hirsch, Chur-flan and Brandon Cox, Grand Junction, all were awarded 2 bushels of Funk's "G" seed by the Funk Bros. Seed Co. for producing over 100 bu. per acre in the contest, an award which is offered to any Funk's "G" customer participating in a county or state 10-acre official contest con-ilucted by disinterested parties.  If you haven't yet used this outstanding seed corn wo urge you to do so. We have a few bushels available this spring— some of it early corn for late planting. See us soon.  Barton Haupert  — FOR CHAMPIONSHIP FUNK'S "G" — Phone 15F151 3 Miles East of Jefferson, No. 30   

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