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Williamsburg Journal-Tribune (Newspaper) - October 5, 1916, Williamsburg, Iowa VOLUME Wttliamsburci IOWA OCTOBER 8 19 School Children Have Started on the Road to Pros perity at Citizens Savings Bank BY TAKING OF j THE HELP OF THE CHECK STORES UNDER THE Trade Discount Plan YOU SHOULD ALL TRADE AT THESE CHECK STORES AND SAYE THE CHECKS FOR YOUB DEPOSIT THEM Df THE CITIZENS SAV DTGS BANK AND TVATCH THEM GROW DfTO SPECIAL OFFER SPECIAL OFFER TO ALL SCHOOL CHILDREN THESE HECKS AND FOR ALL THAT SHOULD START THE CITI CHURCH Sabbath Sunday School at HV u IV ni i J J At this time we hope to take up the study of the Graded Lesson All the teachers and scholars should be pres ent to begin the new work together Preaching at and Morning Divine evening from the Epworth League service at n F Midweek services on Thursday at Something The officers the Olficial tho offic ers and teachers of the Sunday he officers and members of the Bp worth the Ladies Aid and the Missionary Society and Choir are cordially invited to T THE IRESBYTERIAN There will be divine services in the resbyteriaj church next Sunday The marriage of Henry Schultz and Miss Floretta Bratt was solemniz and Miss Floretta Bratt was solemniz f Willlnmsburg and Miss Lucile ed at the home of the groom in of was solemnized tOWnShil On Wmltlnarlnv QDntnrnVnt 1 fit tllO linmft nf tho llHiltto Tho marriage of Luther Evans and Miss Luclle morning and The subject of he morning sermon will THE SUPREME he subject of the evening sermon will THE GRACE OF GOD JAN Bible at Christian Endeavor at ed by Gladys Stephens and Edna township on at five oclock beautiful ring ceremony and tho Ellicker The bride was dressed in a beauti ful gown of white silk crepe and was attended by her Miss Carrie who was gowned in blue silk There were about 120 relatives and The ceremony was performed under a beautiful decorated with white clematis and and this color scheme was carried out in the decor ations for the dining Following the ceremony and con gratulations a bountiful wedding feast was and to this the full est measure of justice was The long line of presents attested the popularity of the bride and The happy young couple left on the MARTS CHURCH Mass at and every Benediction of the Blessed ment follows the last FATHER TO SAVE ZENS SAVINGS WILL GIVE I or 1st Prize for 2nd Prize ISOc for 3rd Prize v FOB THE LARGEST AMOUNT X DEPOSITED Df MONEY AND J CHECKS BY OCTOBER J 8 APPLIES TO ACCOUNTS X JUST STARTING AS WELL AS ONES ALREADY DONT THINK THAT THE CHILD WHO HAS AN AC COUNT STARTEDHAS THE ADVANTAGE AT BE X CAUSE EVERY ONE IS GIVEN A FAIR DEAL AND THIS OF FSH ONLY APPLIES FOR j MONEY ACTUALLY DEPOSIT ED ON OR BEFORE THK ABOVE REMEMBER H THIS OFFER IS GOOD ONLY p UNTIL OCTOBER AND CLOSES AT I M WE HAVE A LIMITED BER OF COMPLIMENTARY CHECKS ON HAM FOR NEW FIRST COME ij FIRST BETTER JET X YOUR CHILD STARTED NOW J AND TAKK ADVANTAGE OF THE 80o COMPLIMENTARY ALSO RKMKMBEH WHEN ft YOUR ACCOUNT REACHES ONE DOLLAR WE GIVE YOU If A BANK AND WHEN IT X REACHES THREE DOLLARS YOU CAN STILL RECEIVE ft Special Prize AT DHUG JN AND SEE CONGREGATIONAL All services of this church will be held in the high school auditorium while our new building is in course of Sunday School at Preaching services at followed by communion Evening service at ROBERT WOMENS GUILD All ladies wishing to donate or more quarts of jelly or preserves to he sent to the Orphans Home at Ottumwa should leave same at Pugh Hughes store before Please remember the date and that your will be most gratefully A Last at the last hour before going to prespiwe resorted toMbe tbtepndne for the facts in the Heltshu senMaas Mistakes are like ly to creep and the meanest one in this instance was the giving of the wrong name to tho pretty bride we called her Miss Anna when her name is The bride was dres In silk trimmed In earl and silk overlace she was at ended by her Miss Amanda Maas and by Miss Martha Ister of the The maids were mndsomely gowned in charteuse crepe e The groom was attended by John Maas and William Helt ClIC evening train for a short visit with friends at Center and atfer their return they will be at home to their friends oa the farm in Pilot The bride Is a daughter of Mrs Mary of Genoa and was reared in this community she Is an exemplary young woman and her friends are numbered by the score her tastes are refined and her con ception of home and its obligations are such as will insure the fullest measure of groom is a native of Pilot town ship and is widely known and res pected he Is and In all his dealings his word Is as good as his His friends are number ed by his acquaintances and his standing In the community is of the very The JournalTribune extends to and Schultz Its sincerest RALLY AND PROMOTION DAY AT PRESBYTERIAN Rally and Promotion Day has been quite an event in the Presbyterian Sunday School for the pest six This is made so because he school is graded and the classes are promo ted and graduate as they do in public The program was varied this year from what it has been the classes having been differently ar ranged in the advanced The Primary Department furnished the greater part of the short program that was Inasmuch as they were quite program ofttie the Primary Department gave twentylive dozen eggs to the Chil drens Association of This was done very cheer fully and it is more than likely that these good fresji eggs from Williams burg will be as cheerfully received by the Ottumwa children In this MISSION AT ST Opens Oct nnd lies One Willian sburg holds its regular meetinga on the second Friday each month at at the Masonic GRACE ALINE A Mission will be opened at St Marys church on October and will continue for one week The exercises will be in charge of Father Benedict of the Passion Ist and the sermons and instructions win be in keeping with the ability of this well known The last Mission at Marys was given by Father Benedict this we three years and his rettirn now will be hailed with de light by the members of tho ISUl 111 41VI September at homo of the brides parents in The Marengo at seven oclock Thursday was used September The ceremony was performed by tho pastor of the Presbyter inn Only Immediate relatives of tho bride and groom were present and the rooms were becomingly decor ated for the The bride was handsomely gowned In blue marquisette and was mint Following the ceremony a bountiful wedding supper was and the happy couple took tho evening train for a short trip to eastern They arrived in Wllliamsburg Wed nesday morning nnd will soon bo at home to their many friends in the new Parry residence on the North The bride Is a well known younm woman of Marongo and for several years has been one of the faithful teachers of the county schools she i refined in tastes and disposition and numbers her friends by the The Kroom Is a splendid young man of a son of f and his career from boyhoo1 has always been a delight to his friends sober ke and free from all hnbits that mar the bloom of manli ness or that lower his worth among his To the happy young couple the sin cerest congratulations are and the wish Is general that their married life may be long and The marriage of William of and Miss Mary of was solemnized at Josephs Parnell Tuesday October Father Guinan officiated and the church held a large number of tho relatives and friends of tho two The brido was dressed in a blue suit and was attended by her Miss Agnes The olilce of best man was filled by John broth er of the The ceremony was followed by the serving of the wedding feast at the home of the brides parcntn and here was gathered a large number of in vited guests the feast was In keeping with the occasion and a merrier time was never The great array of presents bespoke the popularity of tho bride and groom and evidenced the esteem In which they are The bride is a native of Fillmore the eldest lau of James Cooney and her home has al ways been in this community popu lovable and ahe numbers her friends on every and her great fund of what Is generally rated as commonsense admirably fits her as mistress of the home to which she The groom is a native of Johnson County and is a splendid young one whose entire life gives every pro mise of a future crowned with and OBrien took the train at Parnell for a visit to Chicago and other eastern places and after their return they will be at homo on tho fine arm in Johnson BOOST YOUR OWN TOWN Why talk ones self hoarse on the beauties and ad VY J1 Oi vj WJlfijJJ TflfQ flfil JillOW there s no better country on earth than around Williams and no better town of its size in wuuams blst tS best the best in fact the best every thing of any town m the best county in know We all help the Lets give the glad hand to the the toe lets give our energy to the up building of OUR OWN prosperity rather than to some did you tell your friends from Kentucky from or from somewhere about KILDARE the perfume MADE IN FLETCHERS DRU6 STORE West Side Square Iowa OAK HILL CEMETERY On account of the rain there wan nothing done last week In the matter of cleaning Oak Hill The plan now Is to have the work done next Tuesday and all interested frn requested to come bring the necessary and try and finish the work by early Real Estate Deals Whenever you sell or rent let the business pass through this We give nil such matters our personal at the same as if it was our own With over twentyfive years experience in this we are confident you will be Farmers Savings Bank West Side IOWA Trade at Check Stores SAVE CHECKS Farm Loans for iarch 1917 We are now in a position to take applications for choice real estate loans to be closed on March The rate will be five per cent with a cash commission of one per Prepay ment or multiples on the first interest pay date or on the first day of any month thereafter prior to Interest pay able annually A V MEETING OK THE TAXPAYERS LEAGUE vlll be held at the opera at Saturday October at 2 oclock A Inrge delegation of farmers from Marengo and vicinity will bo present to talk over tax mat tors with their Willlamslmrg neigh Come in and llnd out what nmkuH your taxes so high and what certain Interests purpose to do to raise them still Kvery fnrm r should attend this DO FAIL TO HORSES FOR Since I have purchased a truck for the delivery of I will sell two teams of together with two sets of hiirness these are good horses ami are well broke to work will drive in 2 or i horso I will sell the horses and at right JOHN SHIUVER LAND Largest Estate In Jonii County Rcatlr for final The last piece of land in the Michael bhnver estate was sold at auction oa Tuesday the tract was near Muren and was the last of the 1300 acres of Iowa County The several farms comprising this estato sold for a total of the moneysand credits totaled more than thus bringing the entire value of the estate to nearly halt a million the largest In the pro bate history of Iowa of was the referee In tho real estate and of Is the law yer who had charge of the legal worc in connection with tho Shrlver fstnta In tho probate THE NEW THINGS AT HALL The sivellest lino of rondytowenr skirls over shown In Mllllnmsbiirfft jtlnlils nnd plain colors In silk anil Announcements Our Christmas Savings Club met with such universal approval and success last we will continue the same this Jbis is toe only bank in the city having a Christmas Savings Join our Club and have plenty of monty pext Christmas lor your in later We are Bank of Better Citizens Savings Bank Open Wadaeidiy tirf Saturday Evenings
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