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   Williamsburg Journal-Tribune (Newspaper) - December 22, 1921, Williamsburg, Iowa                                IOWA DECKMBFR 22 1921 8 PACKS 32 Services Will Be Held At The Williamsburg Community Christmas Tree On December at M ANNUALMEETING 6f Fa Bureau at Marengo en Wai Largely The annual meeting of the Farm Boreas which was held at the Court HoUse in was probably the OBITUARY After an illness of nearly two during which time he was conflined to a Frank Don 56 years resident of Sioux City for 18 years and presi dent of the West Hotel died at Josephs hospital late Fri day afternoon of a complication of son most attccesful one ever held by that Donohoe was the Over four hundred of aml Jamc3 Donohue of men and women being in attendance was born Fcb at toe ruary 28 Hc gpont Ws boy faceting was called to order hood days at Holbrook and attended andthe secretary read the miuntes the public When 18 vears of the but meeting which were ap M Dbnohuo and mcved to Iowa City whore he The report by the secretary show the Unvcrsity of Iowa ed the Farm Bureau to be in in good He studied law and in the yeir A SMALL VOTE At the Election for the Granting of the Telephone Company a Ninety people cast their vote at the election Tuesday for the granting of the company a fran chise for a period of twenty Eightyfour of ninety pcipk favored the while six if the voters voted agniiit tlu The old franchise undeV which is now dojug lian i ew yet to but it is the ivloniion of the company to put in a during the In order to finance the CHRISTMAS SANTA CLAUS MISTAKE Presbyterian Saturday evening at CHARACTERS Gayle Schroeder Dorothy Jones Aunt Ruth Poston Dick Robert Stuart Jack Frnzier Elaine Jones Little Dorothy Doris Full COMMUNITY TREE to Be Held In Park on Friday December CHRISTMAS EVENING MUSICAL HUSKING The received his which en1 work they must borrow the He report of the treasurer was titled him practice in given and everything was found in established a law office in Carroll tip top where he remained for more County Zentmire then than a In 1892 he married Mica report which had to da with Minnie Delnney of Carroll and wen the various activties of the to where ie continued to on Resolution then practice law until A few years irfade their after which the later he entered the hotel business at meeting adjourned for Iowa City and in 1903 came to Sinux The dinner was served in the baseCity and opened the West the merit of the Methodist church and first exclusive European hotel in over four hundred sat down to the Sioux In 1904 he was burned banquet The ladies served a out and within a year erected a new fine dinner to the and everyhotel under the same one left in a happy frame of He was elected president of the After dinner the meeting was which office h called to and the elec his Donohue held urttil was past position and are as follows Vice tion Of the officers for the ensuing president of the Northwestern Hotel was All the officers of the Association the Hotel Mens Mutual past year were reelected without and first president of the Iowa Hotel Mens He also was a member of Klks He is survived by his two Sister Mary Victorian of and Marie Sioux Miaa of then adCity ten and Michael dressed those present talking on the of Charles and Farm Bureau Home She of Iowa of Okla is a very good talker and gave a fine homa Crty of Omaha James the of Sioux and James of journed to the church where Los and two Miss fceM their Nqra Donohoe of Iowa City and Hankey then addressed the Mary of New thanking themfor their Funeral services were held lit the irood attendance and giving to the Cathedral of Epiphany at it oclock guests the key to the He spoke Monday McCarty of the Farm and Interment was in Mt congratulated them on the good Calvary showing which they made in the past w CHURCH of the State then addressed the Sunday School Christmas program and told of the activities of Saturday the different organizations through Sunday Following the out the He is a very good No Sunday r and his speech was one of enlight meeting Thursday ment It was hoped that President at Cunningham would be but Mens Tuesday even other duties forced him to stay Dec 27th The meeting then POCKETBOOK LOST ACCIDENT He Truman j anj burnt Truman Jonea had the misfortune Elsewhere in this issue will be to hflve WB faco faad burned an ad for a pocket book which was lost between Conroy and Andy n j rm i i was coming to town and before start Whites lane The ite contained quite a sum of Q and belonged to a man who cannot SQ nappencd afford to lose Should anyone find feeen wt this focketbook they would be confrom frcezj a great favor on the maa by returning it to used the A good reward u offered for face NQ 8erjous nfe and will be pmd as soon as fcctg wm bp from dent exceptjng pam Of the TRADED PROPERTY Tom Wetsel has traded his place caller at this office and while jn town a fam wegt of North here wrote a poem which Wetzel and family will will be found on another page of thismove to new home Mavch ftrst Tschopp is one of the they will again pursue the art farmers of this and of Williamsburg is loath la a comer in the farming i to thiB flne famjjy ieave city but we congratulate the residents of County Attorney Clarence Off WM h community on them havi business caller famj Ue was accompanied from by a who was on way to North English for a visit his eon Frank at that place Relnhard of Route in the city Tuesday doing He was a STORES TO CLOSE MONDAY All the business in the city close Monday to observe holi Join Carl Holden and Christmas falls on Sunday thr Albert Barker wero among those who year and as the merchants andclerkf ed the annual meeting of the fee as though they pro entitled to a Bureau at Marengo uttlp Christmsa vacation and also attending Coe give them a chance to recover from Cedar came home on tfe feef and Hiechance to rest evening tn spend the holiday al day at the home of her to Jofcn James Murphy left Mrs Rock and baby of Dav night for Fort They were palled hew by week for a vist wlth j of and money with which to do it and it was neces for them to their franchise run for a longer period of And they came befare the public ask ing for an cxtention of right to the streets and alleys of the city far the erpction of their According to the pre sident of the will put a f the system under ground during the coming A new switchboard will br and the rural lines completely over hauled anil put in first class The old board has been in service for a tfod many years and has served its purpose long and The lines of jhe city have began to deteriorate to some and they have found that it will be cheaper to rebuild the than try to repair it Williamsburg has been getting the finest of service from the company in the past and according to the vote which was cast at the election the re uilt that the large majority BEE AT THOMAS HOME One of the best examples if niunty ronperatisn was s kindly ever in jed lat inn a surprise ve h he Will Thomas home north f The ideal and at wagons began rolling the Eighteen and thirty fuur men were foun hard at while the air ruiiK wiun the merry jct and which reminded one of the old adage Many hands make Hunt meanwhile neighborhood were the ladies if the doing ther full f tht the f the present intentions of the man igcment i carried we know of lown in this part of the state that 2in even equal us i i nur telephone APPRECIATION Council Lewis Dear T Your letter ofthe 25th is at enclosing the exceedingly generous lomition of for The Chris tian Home at Council Iowa on behalf of Congregational and Presbyterian same being an ofTering col cction taken up at their Union Thanksgiving services held at Congregational and for which please accept our sincere Please also extend our linccre thanks to all who contributed sr assisted iii any manner toward chis most acceptable We will same in the Home paper for December a package of which sue will be mailed to you for dis Yamong the We appreciate the deep interest taken in the Orphanage by the mem bers of these three and incerely trust thttt we may ever re main worthy of your continued sym pathy and cooperation in this great work we are striving to do for With kindest regards and wishing you a Christmas and a Happy Slew and again thanking yout Sincerely BASKET BALL Last Wednesday evening the Treshmun boys met tho eighth grade oys on the floor of the Armory in a amo of basket It was it clean ind fair game from start to finish nd each team shawed their skill in hooting with the exception f three who had never bueit on the luor before and were not so skilled n in many At thn end f the first huf the scorn was t5 to 8 in fuvoiof The boys startoi an t again with norc force and won by a score of 33 o 21 We believe though that Mftr rus ODonnell and Edmund Rack will lecome good players and Will James left Tues y evening for California where they will spend the balance of the Jlutler was a Marengo cale the Rueh a Marengo caller P will come out the latter part of the over to attend Oliver of was a meeting of the farm bureau at visitor The Community Christmas tree which was put up in the park by the Ad Club has been wired up and at nichl presents a very beautiful ap j Friday will be held at the tree at at which time all the children will be given n The will clce during the services M all may be Thisis he first time that burg hns had n communHy tree and it is the intention of the Ad Club to have one nit eh The cutting down and moving of the pre rnlid sunn engiieerniu problem for u ho did the bill they very successful in the moving The next one will be greatly from the fact the know how to go at it Over 75 electric lights of 40 can diepower been placed on he and at the top a candle power light shines like a star at The globes are colored in the Christmas He sure rind bring the children to the tree Friday They will enjoy it as much as you And do not forget that Santa Claus will he there Ui give the presents to the Hande By the Community at the Presbyterian Sunday Even December PROGRAM A and B Hymns Community Chorus Evans See What Love Hath the Fath Community Chorus Selected Miss Margueretta Roberts Sweet Bye and Bye Prothcroe i 4 Male Chorus Hallelujah Chorus Com m u n Oho rus Solo Miss Jones A and 1 Hymns CormminMy Chorus hit Our King Club Solo Peterson I Thine Kyes Chorus 1 Brown The Heavens Are Telling Haydor Silver offering will be taken to dcfrjiy cost rf Conductor MHS Catherine Pianist GOLDENWEDDING Anniversary of and Ofden Celebrated Wednesday at Their Fifty years ago Wednesday Willinmaburg and y Al Dnvls weru in Selected wedding tho young couple went to housekeeping on a farm five miles of Williamsburg wbieV they continued to make 1892 when they re farm nnd moved to to spend the evening of tneir lives in They celebrated their 50th an with a family dinner Wed nesday evening at which there were Dex ciovcn including Ogden and three children of Harry Iarmiehael and son of Miss Glenn Ogdin of Des nnd Miss Ed in Ogden of tht Maine 1 Kveryone should be dawn town the stores will bo open for you to wait in until the services r wJinH to see ail lluihildren in this communi ty and lie will have a for each every ine of They assembled early with well laden baskets and served a most de licious oyster dinner and supper with all the accompaniments of perfect Evening witnessed more than lOOO of corn in the cribs to the credit of ihe tired but happy work After chores many returned their families and a most en joyable evening was spent in cards aiii At inidniMrlit a dainty luncheon supplemented iiHiri was served and all de parted with theheartiest thanks of iiid Thomas for a very happy They also defy anyone to find u and say if you want u thing done right leave it to the Oak Grove Threshing Com pany and their neighbors in a radius of five miles in any Thomas landlord ol ocasion J for and ihc of flowers and i from friends old and This is the firstffamily gathering in mnny years and the reunion will be the looks of the large crowd of the The December Social of the Mith i n hurch Social Weclnes The members of thf December The rooms Legion have practically j were Kay wJi Christmas red and the furnish inns of their and afternoon was gayly an now Koinrr in fu shoppers which have been in Wil liamsburg during the hvo weok the question of whether this com Xmas mumty is bothered by the socalled Santa Glaus and Red Rid hard times is For everyone by Primary seems to be carrying home great big Sabbath bundles of Christmas presents for all 11 00 Public Mrs members of tho and we will be safe in saying that very few poo Musical program by Com pie in this community will be overmunity Chorus at Presbyterian by Santa Claus Christmas CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH showed his hearty appreciation and cooperation by payingfor all of the oysters The following men were present at the bee Glenn Howell Fred Leo Kenneth Bird Gro ver Everettc Robert Mar Clark Gus Har ry Albert Peter Michael Felix Frank Clarke Julu George George Aubrey Everett Dan Slay Herman Clarke Henry Peter Har1 WIN AT SHOW Anton Heitshusen and Clarence Durr had some of their the chicken show in Cedar Rapids last and us usual thp boys got in on the Heitshusen had some of his Rhode Island Reds there and won the following places with them Third cock Fifth First shape and color spe Third and fourth old Second and young Purr won tho following on his White Wyandottoa cock Fourth Tho cock bird which Durr won irst on has never been beaton at any how nnd he has hud him in some of ho largest poultry shows in tho Bolh of these young1 men ire experts in the chcken business md have been raising fine stock for a of a former we American known resident of Willarnsbin completed of South vi llub rooms this wnnV nl Vi inc oi g now mi Tanner assisted by Will place in which place which they have not had in Catherine Joe the Karl Charles Rom f liVfvhilfircT maryied and every which to hold thing prosperous in his coaniTy Which Hintr U M berg and Ed NOTICE ONE AND ALL SANTA AND RED RIDING HOOD Dun Toomey and son Cyrial of lo wa City were Willinmsburg callers on Dan returned Friday has met our a long time is the from California inhere he has been some time He rLs One of the prettiest sights which xe in a time large variety of flowers which for GOOD SHOW A Juvenile will In given at tin Saturday December at Cast of Characters Santa Claus John Gittins Brown is an ardent lover of their in and every year during the Congregationnl winter days may be found some plant of some kind A number Hood Luella Jamessembled under the Williamsburg Sav Tne Neal who blooming in her ouen residing in Cedar Rapids forii i the past year have moved to a lonehalf miles west of Fairfax which of the businessmen as Grandmother Olwen Williams ings Bank Monday evening and sack Red Hiding Hood Eleanor Lewis ed over a thousand sacks of candy the Giant Killer Lewis and peanuts so that Man Williams Glaus arrives on the when scene DL Frederic Qittins evening at the Community Christmas Hansel Clifford Kasek tree he will have plenty of candy for Francis Rock came home the fore part o fthe week to spend her Santa vacation with the home She Friday has been attending school at Sinsina Miss Osborn came home Tuesday evening from Coe taking advant Cedar to spend the holiday Grutel Roberts the Babes in the Holden and Dorothy Young America is Stanley of the skating these days and the vacation at the home of her Dano Ralph Jonea two ponds near the city are filled and Darwin with the The cold weather Bruno of Pilot Mary Cathoi lc past few days has put the was a Williamsburg business caller crine Marian strength to the ice to enable the We acknowledge a Miriam Rster Mae Edwards skaters to enjoy pleasant call from the and Carol Henry residing east of Jano Jonos and son Daviil Durr and Newton town was Williamsburg culler Tucs New arived here The Elizabeth Nich luy IIemy llus a farm of 140 Wednesday night for a visit with her Anna Lorna Helen acrcs which he llas brought up to a relatives in Gittins and Joyce stato f We ack This is a two scene play and all will a friendly call from the hi Anyone wishing to see his cantata will be most state a friendly call from the Mike KellV business callur in Conroy the fore part of tho week pursuing his duties a subscription Sam has taken the dute of solicitor for the Cedar Rapids Itepub January 14th for his sale of which he will hold in his new barn at the west edge of James Gaffney spent a few You will not forget the Christmas hlla btt secured as the auc days the fore part of the week at the exereaes on Saturday eVening at liunttr He will sell 00 head of his home lu her and THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HARRY Pastor and you should not for et the Special Christmas services on Sunday morning at 11 On Sunday evening the Choral Union will pretiitji Sacred Concert This will be a union service with thu Can hogs at this in of died at and wen home Friday at the iige of 90 among who attended the an 0 and i York was nual of the Farm Bureau em cf thu early pioneers of the held at Marengo and wa3 wukly You to 100k fpr yOU Wa will Tho show which was given at the Latona lait Thursday evening was1 ope of the finest which visHed a good many n Terwnero Gallnphur went to Con He Jones was operated We acknowledge a pleasant at he locnl hnipital Monday for the gentleman fe fr roy on along very nicely and it will not be long before and Williams were Boke icft Wednesday for hu wn be around Marengo callers going ovev Muscatine to attend the funeral of O J J The show waj a good clean and hls brothfir he actors were of the Shows Misses Beulah Iva Walker and I ouise who Lewis Howes was called to aftendirsr One are spend to attend meeting of tha Fuvm Frank Grimes left Monday this kind should u larger today by the serious Jlness of their rhristmns vicHtion at their nipht for her home house one his brother at that place venectvp hirrp in Hi   

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