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   Williamsburg Journal-Tribune (Newspaper) - May 10, 1917, Williamsburg, Iowa                                70LUME IOWA MAY 8 50 AT Iatlur Glenn Mourns Loss it Word from Ottumwa Tuowd morniag of tho death of Law rence tho d mother of Hev j pastor of Marys Callioli Tho funeral was held nt l oclock this morning and a mimhcr from here d Ihe last services for the venerable Willuimiburg and vicinity join with Marys in extending con dolences tn t1G holovcfl pastor in his Cathar jiolrl clmrdi Obitu OK icll called upon to m mm of one of her old nridonts Jlay when Hock answ red tho last The funeral services will lie Morrow morning at Josephs ary next TIII OV AN OLD Margaret Donohoc died at flic homo of her on May at aged SS Tlio funeral will ho hold at Hoi Friday morning and inler mcnt will bo made the Obituary FIRST AT MAllYS A class of six boys and eight mado its flrst Communion at Marys church Sunday morning at tlin eight oclock Tho girls wore dressed in and wore wreaths and and the march of the class to the front row of pews was a pretty The sermon by Father Glenn was especially befitting the since it contained the history of the found ing of the Eucharistic to gether with the scriptural warrants the belief that has prevailed in the church for the past nineteen hun dred The class was well instructed dur ing the past several months and the namos of the first communicants are follows Mervin Edmund Robert Newman John Gal Gladys Veronica Emma Grace Moynl Harriet Loretta McMan and Harriet SIX KFjrUERS OF THE IIYGTEtflST FOR A Six of the important numbers of the Hygienist Magazine contain leading articles on Acid High Blood Pressure and other practical subjects sent post paid to any for 25 stamps or The Hygienist Publishing Build IllKSIlYTIlMAX CIU HCH Jhero will b0 the regular services bunday morning at oclock and at oclock in Jio of will lie with us and will conduct the serv ices both morning and School al Christian Kmleavor at Ill HCH At High school on next Sabbalh reaching at and At tlio morning1 thers Day will be observed with ap propriate Sunday School at 10 no Junior Lcauue Miss flertruilo Kpworth al Miss Kim Midweek prayer meeting at MAUYS CliriUIH Mass at ami 10 HO every lienedictiou of the Blessed Sacra ment follows thelast FATHER KLKCTS the regular business meeting of Hie Epworth held Monday May at the home of Miss Florence the following oliicors were elected for the ensuing year Lewis Vice Elma 2nd Vice liertha rd Vice lib Vice Francis Forrest Ethel Financial Forrest Mervin Florence holds Its regular meetings on the second Friday o each month at at the Masonic HARRIET EASTERN STAR Regular meeting of the Friday evening at S social lour Bring largo small and two HARRIET AUNB All persons are hereby notified not to throw trash or old junk on the public highways of Troy Vny violation of this order will be mulshed to the full extent of the By order of TROY Qapitai Surplus This bank invites new business in all departments of banking and gives the same careful attention to new comers as it does to its other OFFICERS Vice Assistant Assistant Assistant DIRECTORS BENJ TJ PERRY HERMAN Northeast Corner Public ItOX SOCIAL AM IICTUJIK Mnnd Io Open Scnson WIIU A Itiu Snriiil band will he on duly Saturday evenings during this summer UK usuiil iiul have already hired I heir leader and trainer for tho Thin expense bo hfsddeH many others to which Ihe hoys are put and to this end Ihe Hooster Club invite lie cilixens of huiK to urn out and give ho hand a good Ktronj starter lit their pic ture show and box supper whieh will lie held at the Trojan Opera House nexl Tuesday The enter tainment will ho cluss nud tho admission will lie in and Uulics boxes admitted to show Ireo IViut forget the May at the 1ieture show will start promptly at SKMOI CLASS Tuci Dcliirlitlul lOiciiimis Kor Com iiiiitrriiuiil casi of char synopsiH of CKOSS Locnl Io Tiilio Ip Morfliy ut Al a social mr ting held at the home of lliiisy Scliusr recently was decided to orgauixe a local branch of the Hed Cross This means that the women of are to do Iholr share of the providing of comforts and necessities for the sol diers whenever and wherever the need is Jones was appointed loader in this work and for this place none could be more admirably Jones has had several years of active experiece as a trained nurse and her nbilily nnd knowledge along that lino are The lirst need of tho organization is a suitable room in whieh to keep thir supplies and where the wonun to do their and the call is now made for one who will donate tho use of a room on the lodge room or other suitable for this pur Kvoryono interested in this work is invited to enlist patriotism is not wholly a matter of shot and it moans instant service wherever work is needed to lie done for Uncle See Jones and get your name on the roll as a Rod Cross and Douolioe and and Donohoe visited at the Burns home near Cosgrove Sun and Parnell were in town on Sunday Marearet Sprntt and Miss Vida McCuire are on tho sick of visiting with his friends in this John the Standard Oil man of was in town rinnohoe nnd and Marengo visitors on Oeorire was trannactinc business In Cedar for a few dnvs Ihe first of the Ponohon lost a valuable hoisc with spinal disease last There will he a grand ball held in j tho nnTuesday May under tlic auspices of Tie There will be uood music furnished i by an excellent and all are invited to are given th acters and a hriet ol i hi plays Io lie presented by he Senior Class of the Wutcli for luptlior auiiuuuciiiKMUs Cast of Temple John liiytlie Juller idoyil Williams Captain Sharps Clifford iioehe i on Kvaus John lirovvn Mism Jack Temple ilailys Sluphuns JJtvrnihy Marge Iierce lrank Kuller Melen Moimett lirowu Lillian u Temples Ildegram is a comedy in which there is an itbunilance of liui without any taint of or any ekmeut of of Ieiu As noticed by Sir Waller what u tangled web we when lirst we practice to de ceive Temple is a little jealous of her husbands and not al together credulous as tu his explana tions of them on one occa this exemplary thinking that would not believe 111 accounts Ior h t ruclnd fioni home by telling a lie about A comic tangle and the exposition of it the which sparkles from the word to the and keeps the audience n a continuous ripple of To specify the details of tin comedy would be to name the colors on a liulierllys it is enough to say that the husband in Tem ples Telegram comes home and tells ills wife the truth but she wont believe She threatens to leave him and go home to not so much he lias stayed out all but because he has imagined that she would be fool enough to bo taken in by Unit Ferris Wheel So the poor fellow 1 JOS LHOS THEN Til ION Finally he calls in his best friend to help him out and the two fairly revel in His friend is an Ananias of the thirty second So the plot rolls on complication follow a complica tion right up to the uud of Ibo third Jut when the comedy seems to bo switching into an entirely old ait nation the plot is given an unexpect ed switch The best of it all is that nearly all tho uituallonu and char arrrational and and tho without straining in the least to appear in witty near ly all the There is a dull moment in the entire and from the time the curtain until it makes the final drop the fun is fast and dismi the audi ence with pleasing memories of an evening well TIII LiTi Thursday May Cast of Canuichnel Allyn At the Latona Friday and Saturday May ii and 12 Kvaus Kvans Albert OTiouiieH Marguerite Doherty Genvievo Duffy lladys Jumes Ruth Crow Iris I Iris Lcasure Margaret Cash Sarah Joints I iiarnard ICd mi llalverson Crechcii Williams Sarah Junes I Millmini Margaret Cash and Mary Pickford In the Big Paramount 1oature Poor Little Peppina lOe aiicl 45o Ned John Carrisford Lawyer Harrow Sara Miss Menchin CarmUhael Lottie Lavinici Nora Jessie Lilly Knnengarde Amelia Dorothy Maxio Ulanche Trio Little princess is a d ful little drama for children written by Frances Hodgson the author of the childrens Little Lord Tho play telU f iiliilj iiril l tin Littlt who comes to Miss Mcnchins fashionable hoardini Mjiool a iruilic iiupll since her father has in an enormous The first act her union Hie other little girls in the dressed in still the most kindly and unspoiled little miss ol them all She pretends she is a prin cess and by tho lirelight improvises a fairy story for tho rest of tlio lit tle Tho act ends with the dis closure to Miss Menehin that Saras father has died and left his daugh ter penniless and this female Squoera at once sees Sara as a beggar on her ordering her into an old black frock much too short for and sending nor to a garret where horror cil horrors to little or there are rats The last act takes place in the house of a friend next who dis covers in the daughter of whose fortune ho so ho thought at unfortunately in but which had boon recovered after Miss Menehin is deliciously discomforted and tho final curtain descends while is surrounded by laughing LINCOLN son rOnvmot motcred to Victor Will Youiu and Arthur Koehn tiling for Henry Koohn and Low Hlnrichs wore Victor callers and Fred Durr called at the Ott Mumm home Friday evening to see their nephew who is sick with You can enjoy all the out cloov pleasures you can crowd into the season and still retain a smooth skin and clear complexion if you use Fletchers Toilet Preparation Select to suit your fancy Toilet Greaseless or Vanishing Cold Face Ask for no We have made these goods for years from the best and most harmless materials and we guarantee them to If not satisfactory you can havo the money Long experience and a steady trade is proof to us that they are by your We shall be pleased to fill your order in any way it may FLETOHERS M STORE West Side Square Iowa I x x Farmers Savings We pay 4 per cent for deposits for three months or com pounded every three i i T i X X X X X Capita Surplus Side i A Ladies Hold Meetini il Conurogtilioiial Tlie Iowa County branch of Ihe hold Iholr annual convention yesterday lie Congregational church and three sessions were well at tended and were marked by much en Tho morning session was opened by Ihe County Mary of ud the lime was Tilled with reading of reports and oilier business of lhc The afternoon session wati opened by devotional exercises by Hastings and prayer by of A number of exceptionally good papers nad and county superintendent of Sunday gave an enthusiastic talk on her hraiiili uf I The by Miss Dorothy Roberts and Miss Powell wore heartily enjoyed by all and pastor of the local gave a glowing ac count of the progress of prohibition throughout the country Georgia Norden of spoke concern ing the young peoples branch of this great The devotional exercises for the eve ning in tin absonce of was led by Kate of and the beautiful nolo by Mrs 11 Evans ho ad dress by State Mrs Ida TV Wise Smith is an oxcniitlonally easy and fluent speaker and her listened with the keenest enjoyment to hnr ad dross she Is thoroughly in earnest iinil intensely cnthuniaritic concerning tho work already done and vet to bo ilono hv tho The music furnished by the Choral Tnion was a featuro of tho Those from out of town attending tho convention Alta Mae Con Mrs Annto Mhhlft Ver maco Mary Miss qata Marv all of and Annie Men Mae Mina of nnd Mrs Ida Wise of Cedar of a sister of John was also present and In tho after noon addresnod tbo ladies on some of tio Ioiiditions exIntiiiK in her native Hito nnd made an earnest fo fliH women ofTowa for dp most ac rnd IsrPTessive wcrk in the tem perance from our observation there is no other wor KO generally and soundly abused Its true meaning is or a feeling of and even of Tim power ind roar of a on tho sea at Ihe scene Israel be held when liivmud His law for the up of tho fountains of the urua tho lime of and are truly Hut fo spink ni an awfully My an awful Kind an awfully cross or an fat is the heiiiist of and non Tlie reform in to this word In the Thai littlu word ilt tried to tho limit of by the instills heaped upon from only in tho sense of droii it is miidc to serve for or II is positively funny io sec funny pressed into such as Isnt funny that the having es caped the gallows iumld have been killed in a railroad Isat it funny that so many iMnibcrs o that family commit When will people stop being funny in times of or inlo lie i in tlio II IS VlMH VKV IN Achievements Written ry Jones is the cor respondent of this and you know his is filled with note and comment that is diftcreut from anything else that comes from tho Capital of tlio IlibllslttHl a year Write today for a fretbample to Bond   

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