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Williamsburg Journal-Tribune (Newspaper) - December 6, 1917, Williamsburg, Iowa XXXIV HIKSDA DKCttMKKU u jn lllo family lo Then came Rood dessert Oil and thorp U a Oh 1T1y Thru ilu two iertrudes and the bal v 1 tlio table rose the pronn Oh Kniiert iinil tin prnnd f Jiid yon nol tell us of these children to lidwanlses I will try nnn to a Innpr of limn so I niist do it j J I Wl1 i How CUM wo ever tlirso i was lioarl and Monte aid Thru i ni i ihoni n hands fixcc by reason of coH 11 o chap can onnp n a There are four nnd then ft a I surely When the Leaves Begin to Fall Then the Chaps to Call Ail kinds of those which visit the ds fixcc by reason of coH w escape where a liberal use is made of month ntrr and ryes Ive finished now nil of the close bore on Iptrv Oh 1 to pit Mv trrn yes Hu beside four others wrrr Uhutn I must now is lo make n fir was Amelia dent crnnt mas AND JOHN NASH fOLDEIN how all these iollK lid spend Hie Then when meal was oer and lone o The fathered bint lo hoar Hu Kill And lioy Adard llcr Thnl InumiKls was ronie To of and Indn in nnil lt ninsic WHS Mijoyed more than a fun Naturally conversation wasnt Then was presented we blinv inlls I for rand ii with a handb briilit Two could nol they woru help HHd Jolin Nasli e Fiftieth if Tlicir was Ihn Anniversary of marriuKO and Nasli and I lie int was Htingly observed at tlioir tesant homo in Jt was a notly family IIOIH Imt the rc Tes being nnd in1 dinnpf g the occasion was surh a din jr as a golden wedding All b children were and Hie ng included all the relatives that in Uiia and hanilterl were pro Jut and tlio talk by sood as happy as tho occasion it And of ebony as dark as crrnvd i numlHredlfirnndma received a silken blarl With pearl sold handle bout tho nicest Ami now before 1 dose history I must name oer tlio people who liero in the war especial Ired and Kliner at this A i noon the folks to gather The from the schools arriv ing And then commenced the dinner lo he and it was here he liand gold h ended rnno nnd cold indled nmbreila were prnscntod to worthy feature of the afternoon when a delegation from the called at tlio and prcpont and with a Imml pme sillc in lh a rralhorini of neighbors seieiiaded Ibo isR Oertrrdo one of Hie bandnil onlivoncd time luring nllornoop hv an fcronni of HIP iTilheiiirr it a in arrl wo cnp do no Iietler than p it It was follow was just lifty years ao in dy minUiins occnrrod that made two people Xubh ami Rosa Uaiululph on that date re married in the rather late this times neither one had a sur mise That fifty years would pass in wed ded ties ittd to on this occasion Voulil meet their children and some more that days here and it now my aim ove was in i ueeii prravy To start certainly must Ior without them llhis poem wd had no nice corn and bi To start to onn took a sieat bi wives or Heilstein and then The Amelia and An i Charlie Nash and And hud with wifey There now this list ia thru I ha v c chred all I an I hink lo know the of all Ibis Is rthal this crowd come lo Hero in this ai a Nash was born in Ohio his parents in the home wa over in Inwnship am wlien thj rivil War broke UK yonnir man was amontr the first It enlist lie was a member of Iho Slh and in Iliis ho served hi eounlry for Iliree years his war re cord is a lino one ami no man liviiu1 has hither conception of i ivic dnlieh than lias John Nash was born in in a daimhliMof anr Andiew Handolph she came t township in and shortly Of course there Ihe ran1 wi bi in And other thiius to eniov a dinner this happy the home was found ihen next j ed in Iilot and was con tinned luro until a few years m when the old fann was turned ovei IRIS CONCERT TIHHSDAY on at Citixens ami Xasli are line neopli and are Ihe o h nttU the old valrrau walks with f j stnp as inn and as Hunt any 01 his and the visb is that Ihev may live lo celebrate their Diamond The sale of Owens and A ill be Inld in be ale 1aul mvi the Ior lhis fiiiiction have Ueen in Ihe mails or a and every points in the salr a ureal Short I of Owins aml Daniels is a food was eve it comes from UKoldcsi and best herds in this section of owa all Iarmers slioiibl make it a to be aiil ai ihl fiincllon it ill an inspiration lo sec i aMle look and to It value Iheveon bv nvn Ioitnivs in the S Fletcher Toilet Cream It ha Takes but Keeps the skirt and complexion in good Keeps away the Furrows el and one feel quite te Square Iowa On untl altoDcfonibtM Jill proiuisRory noles or romWiils hiivc to he stumper follows Two MMils for eidi AKni r jrne lion All ctMlilieali i iittnriny aid JIOMIS We stiiinps ui hand icr this f West Si do Sijtmn Rlltt CUOSS Julia Kuiinoy Mire and allend sale IF Service Ilau Canics UO llOlc Will bo MI lUOIi WOlk ilns iroiu iieaduuar luis us thai uivssiiu ii millions e ID Knuivo with all Iossiblo ami death to our j dio nl UK inii11 Chapter soon n sli Department uf Military Uoiit I I l J t lili li I divirUlll to We h lo imniase the ol and 1 h Norma 1orkin i nnd son Har old V Mr Tallinn Iliurcli of Wil a and the lliii ntuiiit one lor each ui I bo tnenibers of I lion ho art now in th1 ol their The servico was hem Sunday eveninw in the church and was conducted by Hits Koberl Tipioii it ther of Clifton itobevla w sis oclock Tuesday 1 impressive ami l is easily understood and shows amount of your customer of this we would be glad to have you open an Account wth us and on the first of each month we will send you your checks and Williamsburg Savings Bank diers name was called ami respond ed to by Kirl relativo comtiKfor ward ami pinnliiR the star lo tlio Special music for Iho occasion was furnished hv Miss Irene an tho talk by Kev Tiplon was chavaclerlslic 01 the thronehoul with the cxpres sions of patriotism The honor roll of al church contains five eommissioiusi and two noncommissioned together with ten and is as follows Isl Itoscoe 1st Roy 2d 3d 3d Paniol Staiilev Oriflith Ralph Owen John Rllsworth Lfiisihton Willie Albert TTugh Ivor Tho roixrrftgational church lias reason to feel nroud of its honor TUB SOFT COBN WITH TANKAGE 9S Vvc lold havi noli ID Krancii i lib HiiSe ari eSi needed for the camps at v uiiouih for iiieni ami would have had moro il have scciHud Tho as been very busy lhis week jlelld I i i lui A i i i I I l r V oi church the that who by tho live been oilillp Ot bin mmt are n of tin bride sl liiiiiiiihiii of tin bride V di mv breakfast Ta9 ai the home of tho hrideS ificr ibis the happy young look a Irain for a short i er of and is a native of comiiintiily is reilned in aiid manners and her charming ho to various camps ami canlonmeiits to briiu hrislmas citeer endeiir her to m a sou of and Mrs lo tho many of whom are spend inn cheir lirsi Holiday season awav f KiHler and was reared jm from The Red Cross is lo havo a tree al overy om of camps ami overy man is MI iiml enjoys iilh of town ho is H in and young man i ratine in tho eoro HO illiu vi oiclic So vim who mnnity in which is so well Known ami vill hive the pleasure of Unowlnu on the liutler lo tho happy nMmas that you have he best wishes for Mong and doim something to make tin day brighter for some lonuly hoys in married lifn nio Our local HrHt asked for 70 One third of which was to be to Wo have sinen lioen to double our and our timo for roceivins donations has been extended to Saturday of this Cash donations since last week an as follows Christmas lldna Ogdcn 100 Misses Mary and Alice Soholi Miss Martha 1owoll Willian sbnrg hofiu It regular moetlagj on wocond Kriday or ei month at Uii Masonic HARRIET i AblNB KOTIC1 John and HugbeB and t emphatically forbid all Oliver iiassing on their forty aero tract B Miss Margaret Jonerf 50 tllo The place is Emma Shcotz 100iler a and every propdrtjc rj Ieo will be even though tllft KUlen 1 00 must bo invoked to this Dan Collintfwood 10n sons are advised to bear this in S Miss Rose Fergus Flaunagan Will Sehroeder Alice i00 EUzabetlv Hanis FOE A good JOHN 1
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