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   Sumner Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1922, Sumner, Iowa                              SUMNER GAZETTE I fit VOLUME BEEMEB OCTOBER 1922 WEEK NUMBER DOLLAR DAYS THIS WEEK SUMMER MERCHANTS HAVE OPEKATED TO MAKE 11ARUA1N EVENT WORTH WHILE OCCA SION Friday and Saturday of this week will be Dollar Days in Thrifley shoppers need only read the advertisements in tills weeks Gazette see whnt is In store for thorn in Vh u way of bargain offerings at the various stores about In many Instances prices have been reduced to the very lowest possible which means economy for all who choose to take advantage of the Should this sale Sum ner merchants in ail probability will decide to hold monthly affairs of this Nobody benefits as much as does the customer and It will be to the in terest of all to make the occasion Read the coma down early Dollar IKRECONCILIHLES BOLT BROOK HART Des were passed at a meeting of 200 Iowa Republican here this afternoon de nouncing Smith Repub lican candidate for United States Sen ator and lending support to Clyde Herring Democratic Plans for a state wide campaign were per fected at todays meeting An executive committee of leaders hi the eleven congressional districts of the state was appointed with power to organize precinct committees for the purpose of bringingabout the de feat of Col Powell editor of the Ottumwu was named Brookhart was denounced rn practically every one of the score or more of speeches made at todays meeting as a radical with socialistic Herring was not mentioned by name in the renolution but was referred to as the only candidate for United States Senator who is opposed to so We the Republicans of Iowa speak ing for ourselves but voicing the sen timent of a great majority of those regularly support the Republican and being ourselves in full accord with the platform and other candidates of our parly the resolu tion do challenge the candi dacy of the men whose name appears en Republican ticket aa candidate for Senator of the United He afllliates with avowed enemies of our government who are seeking the overthrow of fundamental national institutions who deny the right of prlvtate property who would take the farmers all title to their lands and vest the same in the stute the resolution Since the date of the June primary It has developed that on the 21st day of February lust he attended a meet Ing In Chicago which was also attend ed by iBerger and Hoan prom liieut by Townley cf the Nonpartisan League and by Foster of the Todays meeting was presided over by former who like many thers of the speakers denied that the movement was a bolt from Republican Carroll charg ed that it was Brookhart who had bolted the TIIK YOUMURRANDT WH1MHNU The following account of the wed ding of Glenn Young anil Miss Marie mentioned in last weeks Gazette Is taken from Use San Fernando Valley of Friday September 22 N On Monday September llth at C o clock in the Presbyterian Church of Long Hell the ited In marriage Glenn Young of San Fernando and Miss Marie A Uramll of Peterson And in this wedlock a happy courtship that ran over a per iod of time possibly several years for Youngspent several weeks in Iowa this summer on busness so he and the citizens of San Fernan do believed And lie put it twice tor on September 10th he slipped away on business and no not even his closest business associates were the wiser until on the evening of the Nth after a honeymoon at when the now and Glenn Young reached our nee arrived in Southern California a couple o woeks to the wedding and was visiting relatives tunl friends in Long keeping in daily touch with the noble son of San They are now at home to their 322 Griswiil Avenue this Mr Young is one of San Fernamlos popular and keenest business nieu He is the capable and genteel manag er of the San Fernando Branch of the ces Companys which position he has held since Sep tember last He came to Pasa dena three years ago from Mis Is the daughter of of Peterson Iowa and is of a family in most high standing and was quite popular among the social CONFERENCE APPOINTS The Upper Iowa Conference in session at Mason City last week transferred who has been in charge of the Sumner pastorate for the past two years to Nielsens new charge IB in a town considerably larger than Sumuer and Is no doubt in the nature or u Mitchell will succeed Nielsen who has been District Superintendent of the Dubuque Dist rict was placed In Grace Church at Will of Dubuque will succeed of goes to Center Schoenmk er Is jn charge of the Waterloo cir cuit Wajter Piper goes to New Albln for another year Soule to Whitten and Soule to AN IOWA PEACH GROWER Thesinger brought to flus office last week some peaches grown by her mother at Strawberry The shipped in fruit had noth ing on this Iowa grown product and it we were always as certain of as good a crop as this one wed start an Iowa peach The fruit was large and well matured and it is understood that the lady picked a nice crop from her TRAVELERS RE TURN HOME ODONNBLL HACK FROM POTRATK AM DAUGHTERS RETURN FROM UEltMANY FiiUier ODonnell pastor of Immaculate Conception re turned to his home here Sunday morn Ing after an extended sojourn which look him to his old home in Ireland UK also to England France and Spain Father ODonnell is averse to talking for publication but bays that he found conditions in alt of these nations in a vory serious and he is not at all optimistic over the at the time of hia On his return trip five cousins were on the same boat with SUMNEK MAN ONE OK LEADERS IN DAIRY PRODUCTS September 140 entries of butter from Illinois Kansas and Canada the contest on which the judg ing wiis done last week found Iowa samples of the popular dairy product to be prominent in the In the class for butter jnndo from whole Uohrsseii Waverly Iowa was first with a score of per Day Iowa came second with Ed Anderson carried away the prize in the class for butter made from His score was John Iowa was second to Anderson on a per centage of TRIUMPH FOR THE UNMARRIED DEFKAT THE MARRIED MEN IN SUNDAYS BY SCORE OF KlftHT TO SEVEN It wasnt until the lost half of the ninth inning that the single liuVs wove able to defeat the married men in Sundays ball Then they came to bat in their half of the the scorn was seven to six in favor of the but with two men on bases a double to right field ended tho game and brought homo the bacon for tho single The game was Interesting und full amusement and for those who looktd Wall and Olds were the battery Ior the single moil while Ilurmonco and Wllharm took curd of that work for the married Hits and coupled with a lot ol ragged playing on both sides brought In most of the but every once In a a good brand of base ball WHB The gamo was played for ho en tire gate receipts and tho married men are rather up against U now for a method of squaring It with their they having anticipated using the gate money for thin Potratz and daughters Tulley and rcfturned Sunday morning from a trpi to Germany thai lias extended over a period of almost four In that country they visited tho Province of Charlotten a suburb of Berlin Silesia Bast Prussia and The latter place is the old homeof Potratz and it was here naturally Hi at he had his most enjoyable Each stop was made with of whom Potratz has numerous ii tho old The two young ladies went to Kolberg a fashionable watering place of Germany where they rented an aparlmeni and remained for a Before the tourists left East Prussia the rainy season had started and for a period of ten with hardly day in between it Potratz says that the people of Germany are very dissatisfied and that the financial outlook is not at all The value of the German money has depreciated to such an ex tent that wealthy people have been made some of Potratzs rel atives are suffering this Six or seven pounds of butter can be pur chased with an American dollar and other cmmodities sell Potratz took especial note of the land enroute both this country and iii and he says that he failed to see any that appeared to him as fertile and as beautiful as the vicinity around Friends are glad to have these good people back and they give it as their assurance that they are glad to be back TWO WEDDINGS OFJHE WEEK MARGARET PARROTT AND ROB ERT 1UTHKE NISHBOEHM NUPTIALS TESTER DAY AFTERNOON Word has been received here of the nmrruge of Miss Margaret daughter of and Par rott and Robert Bathke son of and Bathke of Dertolt last Particulars will be published in our next SOME REAL TUBERS Henry Keding brought to this of fice last week some potatoes that are the finest seen this They are now on display in the Gazette One of them weighs one and onehalf pounds and the other one and three They are smooth and well shaped and we wouldntmind having a few bushel of Yesterday afternoon at nt the Evangelical Parsonage occur red the marriage of Miss Matha Boelrrh and Arnold Rev Granner performing the cere mony The bridal couple were ac companied by and Edwin The bride is the youngest daughter cf Mrs Kate popular with her many friends a young lady well fitted to assume the responsibilities of home The groom is the son of and who resides on the Dickman He also has many friends in the vicinity and is known to be a young man of integrity and Jn the spring the young people will make their home on a The Gazette joins many friends In extending hearty congratulations and best METHODIST CHURCH NOTES W Mitchell of Montlcello is the new pastor for the coming lie will ocupy the pulpit next Brother Mitchell is a good Love And now as I write this last note for the press of Sumner I feel a deep and lasting gratitude to the congre gation and to the entire We have just closed from every stand point the best year in the history of the church and the splendid coopera tion the membership and constituency have given me I assure you is not I feel very deeply the parting of the I shall continue be interested in this congregation in Sumner and in all of her I also wish to thank the Sumner Gaz ette for its very fine help and kind I feel our relation together has been mutual and now goodbye and the blessing of God be with you Yours very SUMNER SCHOOL WINS HONORS IIFTH GRADE OF THE LOCAL IN ST1TUTION STANDS HIGH Iff NATIONAL HEALTH CRUSADE Word has just been received that the Fifth Grade the Sumner Public Schools has won national honor for superior work in health education carried on during the school year One of the pennants given by the National Tuberculosis Asso ciation has been awarded to them Ior health crusade Miss Lucille Farrand was the teacher of this grade and her untiring efforts with the nhll dren helped no doubt to bring them the This is the third national pennant won by schools of Bremer The others were rural Washigton Township 2 Dayton Township having won honors in SEItYED FOUR YEARS IN ARMY THAT SAVED THE UNION There are thousands of the boys enjoying or enduring the 56th annual national encampment at Des nioinea this No one of them made a good record when Abraham Lincoln called for volunteers to preserve the Union But none of them made a better record than Comrade A Munger of who recently celebrated his 82nd Like many other comrades ho not feel strong en ough to attend the reunion at Des Molnes this Comrade Munger enlisted in 18G1 in the Slh Cav alry and served four or until the war was won for Uncle in If any of our comrades made u better record then Comrade Munger wo dont know Comrade Mungor was with his regi ment in all its skirmishes and battles during those four long yours The principal battles in which he was engaged with his regiment were Harpers An Gettysburg Rappaliannock tind the Wilderness nnd CHpepper Court Wo join Comrade Hungers many friends in wishing him good comfort and blessings during n serene evening of allof which lie has so richly earned by doing faith fully ho duties and the work of a lifetime extended over more than four score Re1 I FARM BUREAU DRIVE On Thursday October 12 concert statewide effort will be made to enlarge the membership of the Farm Preparations to that end have been quietly going for ward for some and it is hoped that when the day everybody will be ready to do ther It will be the annual Invitation on which all farmers not members of the organization will be given a cor dial Snvitatln to climb into the band There are about two hundred thous and farmers in on the basis of ten acres to the A little more than half of them belong to the Farm An excellent show and tes timonial to tire worth find efficiency of the Bureau But it can be made still better with a little There is still a big field for missionary and if every man who believes in the need of organiz ed effort for the followers of agri culture will say a good word and of fer the hand of fellowship on that special day the results will speak for JOINT POLITICAL DEBATE An interesting political event will be held at Cedar Oc tober 10 when Brookhart and Clyde Herring senatorial op will hold a joint crowds will probably hear them Cedar Falls is on that day holding A big free Jubilee in connection with the Rook Island dedication exercises in commemoration of their seventieth On the program will be several trade displays boxing matches pavement dances free eats jubilee radio concert aesthetic danc ing and many other diversions all of will be SUMMERLIKE OCTOBER WEATH ER The weather for the first few days of October has been all that anybody could ask Days are summer like and nights are We have slipped along into fall this far with out a killing frost and the weather seems almost too good to true with coal famines and other things threat ening JOHNS EVANGELICAL CHURCH Sunday services in English lan The Ladies Aid Society will give a tea next Wednesday afternoon at the church Aprons and fancy work will be offered for Every body is J and Elmer Sorg of Inde pendence spent Sunday at the home of his Paul and GREAT LECTURE THIS EVENING CHARLES HOWARD PLATTENBURG WILL COME HERE TO ADDRESS BUTTEKMAKEKS AND LOCAL PEOPLE A rare treat is in store for those people who attend the lecture at the Cass Opera House to be given this evening by Charles Howard Platteu burg Plattenburg has a reputation for of the Lyceums finest His lectures are full of yet contain much that is humorous and he keeps hia hearers interested from the beginning to the Plattenburg has been secured to address the Buttermakers Sec retaries as the closing event of their stay in but his audience will not be confined to these people A general Invitation is extended to the public and it is hoped that people from the town and from the country will respond quite generally to the There will be no admis So do not forget that your presence is desired at the Cass Opera House this evening and that you will prob ably be repaid many times for the time that it takes you to 1922 NATIONAL DAIRY EXPO SI TION OPENS NEXT WEEK One thousand head of pure bred 350 to 500 head of grade dairy two miles of modern factory machinery and barn a 000 Healthland show for mothers and children standardbred chick a farm homOj photograph display junior dairy cattle breeders from all over the country and a score of breed association meetings will challenge the interest of visitors to the import of the dairy industry when the 1922 National Dairy Exposition opens its gates next week in the Twin This great educational factor riculture has made two consecutive visits to the giving this re gion the benefits of 16 years contin ued success in showing the American public the value of dairy products and their effect on the health and strength of nation It is improbable that the show will soon return to the Con sequently the fanner who has not completed plans to thinking he will have a chance next year Is likely to miss its money value to him in his own farming Why miss it when it is in your ront yard is the eptome opinion of expressed by members of Preus Minnesota committee which for a year has been making arrange ments for the expected attend There are five men coming from over seas traveling miles to the Twin Cities and return to view this great exposition and see Americas dairy industry on review so they can return home with ideas and scientific information to start their work for the 1923 Worlds Dairy Con If it is worth while for these men to spend each to attend the why is It not wise for any Northwest farmer and his family to take advantage of reduced railroad rates spend a small fraction of what it is costing the foreign and see the exposition at their front gate is the frequent expession heard In Northwest meetings of Special trains will carry the largest delegations at a one and a third fare for the round This excursion rate applies from distant certificate Is not required to take ad vantage of One and onehalf fare ate applies from distant Delegations coming in axitomoblles from 50 to 100 miles with distinctive markings will be met at the limits of the Twin Cities by mounted police es corts and conducted through the down town districts without Interruption at Free parking facilities un der police protection will be provided jit the State Fair REIDYDAVIDSON COMPANY PLAY ERS The ReidyDavldson Company has been holding forth at the Cass Opera House since Monday night are being greeted each evening by cap acity Their engagement was closed in Sumner last evening and they will go from here to West This is a newly organized company with some of the talent from the Cass Parker Rachford Shows of the sum mer The company is composed oi ladles and gentemen who are ox cellent artists and their success in Sumner has been gratifying to the many friends of the principals of the Their productions are among the best were ever giv en   

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