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Roland Record (Newspaper) - August 30, 1923, Roland, Iowa ROLAND RECORD A Progressive Newspaper Published in a Progressive Community 29 AUGUST 1923 28 LOCAL GARAGE CHANGES OWNER LESTWE FORGET On the Concrete D Mathison Disposes of Gaxago at This Place and at Story I City to and Meiburn Possession to Be Given September f Two deals were transacted at Story City last one of which affects one of the enter prising business concerns of our and which involves people of acquaintance in this commun The first deal was when Donhowe and his son Ar thur purchased the controlling interest in the Story City Nation al Bank from the formers broth Peter and Meiburn Don the purchasers to assume management of the tember bank Sep The and Meiburn Donhowe purchased the Ford sales and service both at this place and at Story City from Ameil pos session to be given September Both these deals were made for cash and Melpurn Donhowe will retain an interest in the bank and will remain on the board of Donhowe has been interested in the bank from its so there will be no change in the effi cient management of the institu tion and its high character that has marked it in the Mathison has been in the garage business at Story City for the past ten years and three years ago started a branch of his busi September School Watermillions are gettin JTlie factory is now in full blast McCallsburg celebrates tomor row and Story City has its annual festi val and barbecue on September Friday and August 31 and September Humor esque at the Lyric Its a It was a mistake and gerhaps to some it might have looked like a dirty Irish trick tiiat we told you to look for the Paramount Month advertisement last week for it failed to be But it is there this and therell be some good pictures at the Lyric during If its a its OUR CHURCHES BERGEN LUTHERAN CHURCH Paator No Sunday School during the months f July and Service in the English language next Sunday at 11 Ser mon by Tver Iverson of Jew ell Lutheran The South District Ladies Aid will meet next Wednesday at the Jake Twedt Bethany Ladies Aid will meet next Wednesday with Hen ry The choir meets for rehearsal every Monday evening at SCHOOLS OPEN NEXT MONDAY The Roland Fall Festival and the date of which was set for August but which was postponed due the rainfall that day and the night will be held September and1 will be bigger and better than the one planned The Farm Bureau has also1 decided to be with the in putting it over so we are assured with their News help it will be Watch fox Corner Stone Laid at Milford School Last Week With ideal weather and a fine ness here in the building former1 program a large number of peo ly and also now occupied by the interested spectators from Hegland Produce When the township as well as trom Ne Roland and other places Wastun Henderson some time later dispensed with the business in the building owned by Ira were gathered at the site of the new Milford township consolidat The postponed monthly meet the Warren Township Bu reau was held at the home of and Anderson in the west part of the township Friday the Not withstanding the cool evening a large crowd gahered to enjoy the program and the splendid hos pitality of and Ander son and their The Ro land band was present and con to the pro anvtn the way of Also quartet from the same place sang two splendid The address by Attorney Smedal was inspiring and full of good The large attendance from Howard Township was ap preciated as was also the pres ence of those from across the Warren Township Farm Bureau j Miss lone Rice of Ames Wed to Virgil Carpenter i A wedding of much interest to and which is true of is that of Miss lone Rice and Virgil which took place at the home of the brides and 614 Hodge at 10 oclock on August chaplain of Iowa State officiated in the presence of immediate families and several X Following the wedding cere mony a three course breakfast served by Charlene Woods and Marjorie A selection was sung by Cora the piano accompaniment being play ed by Theresa Alice Mc Carthy and Dorothy Beam had charge of the decorations consist ing of white flowers and aspara SALEM LUTHERAN CHURCH No Sunday Sciiool during the months of July and Services next Sunday in the Norwegian language by Benson of McCallsburg at 3 oclock in Bergen Helping Hand will meet next Septemer with Con stance Frederickson at the Frederickson Prayer meetings every Thurs day Registration in High School Is Taking Place Today and To morrow at the School School Opens A Correction AJL u IT f Mathison moved into ed school to witness the laying of it and has since made it the home the corner stone by the Grand of the Ford Sales and Lodge officers of the Ac He has made it a good business of Monday atternoon having used the policy of fair of last dealing with all which has made The corner stone was laid by an impression with his Grand Master the Mr Mathison has now decided j Grand Lodgl assisted by Masons to look for a larger For from Nevada Besides the ritualistic ceremonies by the lodge there were addresses by County Superintendent Kellogg of Dean Curtiss of Iowa State who is also a native of Milford township and by Swi pastor of the Memorial Lu theran church at In the corner stone was placed a metal casket which contained the school pictures of the teachers and pupils of a the buildings now Former Roland Man Launches housirig the copies of the line in Hardin Come The color scheme was pink it does us all good and the present he wiir content him self with taking a which he has well earned by a close ap all these plication to business The new owners of the Story City and Roland Ford Agencies will conduct them in the manner which has proven so successful for the former their slo gan A Ford for Every Family and Every Ford a Family into Business The fore part of last week Ivor i Evening Journal and Ames Tri containing the account of the death of President Iverson left for both a half dollar and a dollar of where he purchased a half interest in the leading paper of the city some few weeks ago and will take charge of his new bus inessy He is an aggressive news paperwan and with his love for the game and his ability we vouch to say that he a splen did We are in receipt of a copy of the called the Hutchinson which is a sev en twelve page Iverson will assume the du ties of city editor and advertising the coinage of 1922 and possibly other A history of Milford township schools from back in the early organization of the township was prepared James Sowers of Nevada and was also included in the contents of the casket placed in the corner stone to get together in these During the business session some discussion was had regard ing the next meeting but nothing definite was so watch for The next Farm Bureau meeting will be Achieve ment or about that On this day there will be exhibits and demonstrations by the boys and girls who have been demonstrating at the State and we also hope to have Miss Josephine Arnquist with us at that Miss Arnquist has been in Europe during the vaca tion months with the champion girls team of the United States and she will have some very in teresting things to about her The people of the Warren Bu reau wish to thank and Nels and Otis Anderson for their kind hopital ty and the ue of their splendid Clarence Ole Twedt and Jonas Jorstad for their aid in serving the lunch the band and quartet for their fine music which did so much to make the evening a success Tett for his efficient lighting of the grounds with his Western Light plant and Smedal for his address Iver Norem Quits the Shoe Re pair Bustactos Iver who has been the local shoe repair man since the death of Orthun last has dispensed with his having applied i for the job of school janitor and at the last meeting of board was elected for this Nor em was janitor schools year before last and a few years previous to that and proved a most efficient man for the work so the school board deem them selves very fortunate in being able to employ Norem again this His on the other will miss him in his where he also did his most efficient Work on the new strucl ture is now well under way and it is hoped to have it completed and ready for ocexipancy when school opens again next Stout Locates at Dunkerton and Earl Stout and son arrived here Friday from Cedar Falls where Stout has been teaching at the Iowa State Teachers College during the sum mer They left the fore part of the week for where he will be Superintendent of schools the This is a town of about 400 inhabitants and has one of the finest school buildingVin the state for the size of the It is a large new building constructed last year at approximately Stout was formerly sitperintend ent of schools at McCallsburg and last year was stationed at Albu New Roy Grove was a visitor at DCS Moines over the week and Paul Thompson and children of Forest City visit ed over the week end at the par cntnl Henry Thompson The bride is the only daughter of and now of but formerly of this where Rice was a practicing She is a graduate of Grinnell and was at one time a student at Iowa State She is a member of the Ames chapter of the Pi Beta Phi soror The groom is a sonof Carpenter of He is a member of the Sigma Nu In the issue of the Record last week in the write up of the death of we failed tp name Rasmusson as a brother of the bereaved widow and through a typographical er or it was given as instead of And Five Is a High Average Lake Blade Roland Consolidated Schools will open next Monday morning and all students are expected to be there bright and early at nine oclock to commence a new school The school board has had workmen on hand getting the building cleaned up and neces sary repairs so all that is left to do is to get your books and study and make it your most profitable JU The board has succeeded in se curing a full corpsy of teachers for the coming year and those in the grades are as follows First Neva da Second Miss Marion Nevada third Miss Viola Roland fourth Miss Clara Hawar den fifth Miss Florence Roland sixth Miss Harriet Forest City sev enth Herman Hol Roland eighth Miss Mary Of five have taught here in previous Miss Grindem having taught here last in 192122 and Miss Miss Grove and Miss Nevin taught here last These are all good teachers and we are fortunate in securing them again this The only while we do not know come to us very highly recommended and we feel certain that they will serve us The high sjchool teachers are all new with the exception of who has two years previous been our most efficient and able He will this year be iuperintendent of schools and Pick out twenty young men as you meet them and not more than five out of the lot are making an effort to save The indi cations are that the poor houses of the future will have to be ten stories high with folding beds in every Creamery Has Sign Painted The Roland Farmers Creamery is a memuer 01 j painted On the the wedding the driving through may know what make their home at helping and the ideas of citizenship it was his purpose to leave with the We wish also to thank any others who helped to make the evening the success it was and hope that many more of these meetings may be held in the township and that the boys and girls of the township and school will appreciate the effprts that are being made to help them to be citizens that the community will be proud NOTICE Bids will be received by the undersigned for the output of biitterinilk at creamery for the month of Bids must be in by Friday August at six The board of directors reserves the right to reject any or all Teachers Institute The annual institute for th teachers of Story county will be held in Monday am 17 nnd THE HOME TOWN PAPER The newspaper starts in When you are born Relates about your excellence And tells about your t follows you to nd prints the honor roll f your name is foxvnd t tells of your graduation And speaks of the excellence Of your magnificent essay t tells of your progress During your college career And then dilates much about 0 choice of your it gives anice notice About your marriage And praises theblushing bride Till her kinfolk dont know in due course of t tells about the bouncing baby That happens in the Thereby beginning its life work All over and over The newspaper does all this And does also much ft tells of the progress Madei from time to time And boosts when others knock Simply because it craves The good things about It gives free publicity Worth thousands of dollars To its own home town And asks no favors from There are scads of things That all good newspapers do For which they cannot be That is why every citizen Should do liis darndest To support the newspaper In every possible The old home town paper Is a community asset That is always under valued In the way of dollars and The following list is the names f the farmers who have for the nonth of July received cream hecks for over fifty but er fat being 43 om Wicks Lewis Ellingson acob Risdal Irvine Christian Waugh Peterson Silas Strum Severt Sjurson John ver Cole Odne Howen Henry Cole ver Gjerde Hougen the board as well as the patrons of the school feel that they have secured a very good man in this position and assure him of their support and Miss Van now Sten taught the fourth grade last year so we are acquainted with her as a grade The following are the high school teachers and the subjects to be taught by them Latin and History Arn old mathematics Allen Kan manual agricul physics and economics Miss Theresa Eng lish ol general commercial geography Miss Doris do mestic Miss Sheldahl and Mikelson are Olaf graduates of the class of Miss Stoy and Gor ton come to us from the State Teachers Cedar Miss Alma Lovstuen of Decor who taught our parochial de partment last will again have charge of this Bethesda Church of Jewell Calls New Pastor Isabclle Olson Eli Johnson Haaland Richard Anderson Jacobson John Berwick Joe Henry Opstwedt Andrew Pederson The charge that has been for he past years so well served by Wick at the Beth sda church at Jewell now seeks a new Wick having resigned the effect to take place November Wick has accepted the Lutheran pastorate at Eau one of the largest congregations of the Norwegian Lutheran Mannes of son and Mamies of this and who is very well known in this has been called to the vacant at a iness meeting of the congregation Tuesday evening of last Card of Thanksi We wish to thank the kind friends and neighbors for the beautiful flowers and sympathy Jacobson extended to us during the sad be Helgoland reavement for our beloved daugh Hcnry Birkeland tor and We also Clarence Woster wish to thank the Pastor for his Jacob Twedt comforting words and the singers Amenson for their beautiful Ole Ivan Christopherson and
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