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   Williamsburg Journal-Tribune (Newspaper) - March 2, 1922, Williamsburg, Iowa                                VOLUME IOWA MARCH 2 1922 4l Wllliambitrg Mourns the Passing of Bett Known Pioneer Buti Dark was the cloud of sorrow that hung over Williamsburg Saturday morning when the report passed from person to person that the towns best known business had passed away at his home after a brief illness of a few He Was as well as usual during the but on Thursday he went home from the store complaining of a slight indis position no alarming change was noted in his condition until Saturday morning when the heart suddenly ceased its and the end came with a swiftness that shocked the community in which he had been so long The funeral services were held at fche home at two oclock Monday af February Music was furnished by a special and Father of Marys church preached a touching dwelling at length upon the uncertainty of and paying a deserved tribute to the character and worth of the man whose name was never mentioned only in and whose memory must long remain as the expression of the respect and esteem m which he had been ever held by those who knew him in A wealth of floral offerings banked the and the services were attended by a large gathering of the representatives of the town and adjoining WILLIAMSBURG CHORAL UNION The Victor Williamsburg game proved to be a sort of a joke as Will Give Concert at tie Methodist Sunday Mrfrch game Williamsburg went up with their line up shot to pieces and with little hopes of getting The gamu was Victors all the way the final score be The members of the Choral Union of Williamsburg will give a concert ing 42 to j at the Methodist Church Sunday Victor played the cleanest game weovcnng under have ever known them the abLeader the The direction of sirrgers have sence of their rough stuff being putting in a good desil of time It is understood that ready for this concert and it Nowton team a little of thisjw expected to be one of the best sort of stuff out of while the Bank 6f Des did the The Victor boys have a good Wahl easily beAig the star of the He has the faculty of always being where the ball is and he gener which they Will give during the The following is the program to be Doxology Prayer Scripture Reading Hymns A and ally gets Henry Schlesselmansj brothers are also gsod at the art Abide With Mor basket making the baskets for the We believe that Williamsburg can beat Victor on the Williamsburg floor or any floor the size of Williams The Ladora and Victor floors are too small for the SHEETZLOPER A romance of seven years back culminated today when Miss Beatrice Margaret daughter of Sheetz of 514 North Street and Ashley Boyt son of Catherine Loper of 416 South Adams street were united in marriage in Fort Both young All the business houses were closed people are well known here and very for the and A feeling of i the bride being prominent general sorrow was apparent on every The interment was in Marys in muaical having studied for some time for a musical Sh spent about two years in Chicag and the jtell bearers Studying and also was in vaudvill Lewis j The bridegroom is also high Henry Clark Osborn esteemed and a responsibl and Everett all of the Wili Position at the Showers Furnitur I ii in Hamsburg Savings of which the deceased had been president for the pact twelve James Lytle was at Lytle 1861 were and well known pioneers of Iowa At early age the boy was working in The marriage will be a sur priss to their many as onl the immediate t families knew th wedding was to take place today The couple first met in Pleasan where thf bride was taking part in concert about seven years Much and1 prosperity is extende fathers store in Lytle to Mrand by their larg here he acquired that broad and corn number of Oh their returi knowledge which Bur from LyUe City to be found the call for an election fo burg where they eatablhed the the purpose of electing a director am general in the hiatory of the for the Independent Schoo The firm was Kelly A District of The lee and the partnership existed for manf tion called for March and th CHURCH Jott cut that nap next Sun when Lytle became sole polls will be open from 1 oclock to ttay morning be Sunday He wat always fixed figure commercial life of the and amidst constant changes Ate alone binding the past to the present with term of service rarely equaled history of merchan The mans aptitude for together with his unswerv ing rhonesty and tireless disposition This E M directoi and as treasurer being the whUh ex deader His tongue anc thoughts were carefully anc his sympathies were as activeas to render the beat service to the pubj the sympathies that have warm lie gave him a prestege in the busi ness world that stood without a par The name Lytle stood for all that made for stability and this as his indhe ever guarded asset April he was united ed the good heart of his His long daily rounds were as wellorder ed and harmonious as a symphony calmness marked his utterances and his and in the pulsing air of excitement he alone was re yealing that equanimity of tempera in Elizabeth rteht that so becomes the opti arine of and the the manpossessed of an abid home at once established in Wilj ing faith in the final or ultimate To this union were born triumph of right and two children wise counsels were always safe Grand and I guides to in ai of the home together with his were as rightfully the wife and remain to bear formed if bred of the burden of a loss inincapable of t Through the mutations of many expression in any langubge other j he stood firm and like than that of the hearts pensivethe solitary mountain pine upon promptings an dthe tear mist that which eyes had been long accua gathera in the Besides tomed to gaze in he leaves two brothers Lytle of whenhe fell before Deaths South and and silencing we all felt the Lxmg California two sisters presence of a place against the sky as and lonesome as that where the solitary A Bed j pine went down in Another Marjorie whirlwinds wheeling died a few years A half j Peace to his and to the be LCrimea at reaved children and other re i Lytle was engaged in that ponsolation which only in WlUiamsburg for God and j his eulogy indelliblyj Among tibose from out of town in the of those tending the funeral were and trusted him during Cedar this and anything that Might and be wid here of character and Ottumwn and Harry disposition were idle M would ChicagQ to gild refined GuileV Hedrick Ragan and aon Ofdar Will Jamw wd Marengo attempt ong men all that the thoughtful win in and fciher of M out mindful W flmmHUl H the he owed hta bort rtood in striking contort Minnit Mason with thow In wham tttto duty Duett and Like As A Vance Community Vocal Come Let Us A and Vocal Rock of Tantum Community Vocal A The Heavens Are Telling From of Coe Col A Silver Offering will be taken to defray the expense of Chorus and Congre Miss Cathrine CHAUFFEURS LICENSE A state agent from the automobile department was in city the fore part of the week looking after the who have failed to take out a license for the coming A large number of the young of the city are now wearing the badges which proclaim them to be regular The tax is per To the average layman thia BUYS SIREN The City Council met at their rooms Friday evening for the tran saction of such business as would come up before The question of purchasing a new fire siren for the city was discussed and upon motion the council voted to buy a double bell fire siren which will be installed in a short It is the intention of the council to put the siren in the belfry of the city The siren is guaranteed to carry the sound a The council also approved the of ficers elected by the firemen at their meeting the fore part of last The fire company is composed of about thirty nil of whom have signified intention of be ing active A meeting of the company will be held soon to finish the KALONAW1LLIAMSBURG March the Kalona Indepen SILVER WEDDING and John Koester Observe the TwentyFifth Anniversary of Thair The silver anniversary of the mnr rinjje of and John prominent residents of Troy town was observed at their home Sat urday afternoon and Feb ruary The day was a happy and genial blend of winter spring nnd the invited guests assembled numbered more than onehundred They wore family neighbors and old and the spacious homo was becomingly and artistically dec oratod Weddirtj bels reflected their silvern sheen from graceful festoons and with here and there a floral display to lend a new beauty to the The tables were marvels of Wedding cakes in gray frosWngs tow FAREWELL SERMON John Roberts delivered his farewell sermon Sunday evening to a large audience which gathered to hear this eloquent tnlker give his Ias1 sermon in The other Protestant church of the city held no evening services Sunday evening so that members might attend the Druce and Poston occupied the pulpit with Roberts and assisted in the The Choral Union with Lealer Lloyd furnished the music for the Roberts delivered n very fine address which contained a good deal of food for thought for those who heard He is conceded the finest orator which has ever been in Wil and his command of the English language is He left today Thursday for New York Ctiy where he will have charge of a Congregational church of that Roberts SCHOOL NOTES From the Williamsburg Grade School Gives List of Perfect Attendance report for the fourth period finding February iA Ule I at different timca has received some dents will play a return game with C I vnrv w the Independents on the home The teams have won a game a piece and this will be the eatables no stint or shortage in any portion to detract from the Koester hospitality that was on in fullest deciding The Kalona boys are flow whilc ovor throueh an one of the finest bunch which has all flowed the notes of merriment and i ever played in They that graced the delightful are clean fast on The observance was appropriate opened with a religious ceremony and surt of their In the two games which the teams have they have both shown up in in charge of the good The Kalona bunch will pastor of Pauls Lutheran bring a big bunch of rooters with The honored couple in the and it is their intention to win role of Dricle ancl she richly the Coach Gittrns has had his men out to put them through their gowned in silver and he as trim and sprightly as he was on that very flattering offers for his but owing to circumstances could not accept When the New York offer came he decided to accept and so1 resigned from the pastorate of the local It is with the sincerest regret that the people of this city face this worthy man leave their but all wish him much success in his new Of him we can truthfully say that he is a a scholar and a Much credit must be given to little Claudie who repre paces regularly and they are now in happy day a quarter of a century ago gented the north part of Fillmore the pink of If you wish to when he took the ftnal steP that open township from the Consolidated see a real game do not overlook this ed for both the rich field ot domestic gchool of ParnHll on her chance as it will be the best game to happiness and be played here this CLEANUP DAY The Battle Song of at the The talk by the Grcif was Farm Bureau meeting given in the a scholarly and fitting tribute to the j church at North The time and occasion His text was from Psalm and his words made a j piece shows her good training from Pupils Neither Absent Nor Eighth Wynette Lorainc Leonard Ella Rota Rita Lucilc Harrington Grctchen Hendrix Doris Elmer Jeanette Alice Arthur Mil icont Adclla Harold Mc Jerome Bornice Ia Maurinc Annbcrt Eldon Stella Frances Winnifred renncttc Seventh Grade Lowell Elizabeth Lena Fran ces Rnssel Eldred Dorothy Williarc Jones Dorothy Irene Alfred Alice Wayne Leslie Henry Sixth Harold Dan iel Vincent James Violet Winston Evan Merwyn Harold Flava Lorine Thehna Elmer Sher Eldon Dean Dorothy Netha Wallace Fifth Grade Kathryn Clyde Arnold Kenneth Dorothy Lloyd Cecilia Ray mond Howard Glen Carl Verh Emerson Harold Eugene Leland manner in which she delivered her Lucilc Ruth Pos As the spring months approach the review of the evidence showing how her throttghts invariable fully the Lord blessed the marriage turn to cleaning up of the This of and Koester by the be entails m good deal of work to clean stowal of both earthly and spiritual up the accumulation which hao gath and fortifying the couple ered during the In a good that Christian fortitude that enabled DEATH OF license for the man wh for car his sun he was out toxme of is a regular The resicloud as well as the days of dents of the city gather up all their shinei always satisfied with their BTedricVand place it barrells or never giving way to faintheartedneas place it on the road so that men or despair but ever and always mark haul ed by that cheerful optisism that so 3 uswell becomes the Christian spirit and Christian Fore Soults called to Oska loosa Tuesday by the news of the appears that is farms hear a through a fence the gun was the shot en e death being I bereaved vmjmtrnwif acibot We are studying the the toad it would irook about the most important The trig incubator at the Anton Sunday morning sermon What is Morris of Cd it would add greatly to the of the city in the The cost ninga and enriched them with ties would be very in the view of and memories that must shine like burnished jewels in the crown of that marriage to which they ever proved so faithful and The splendid dinner followed the HATCHING CHICKS Church Social the thank offering with an address by THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HARRY Sunday mornfngs service should all you to the worship to in life may hav but God greater part than the Think it Without the guiding ind what would life meant You should hear this In the evening this nite with the musical program Jnkm at the Ve will look for DEATH OF EVAN Word has been received in Wil The evening to floated into the night He all wnen were again alone ii the incubator for forth after time after they began to delightful left for their respec On February twenty second the Ladies Aid Society of UM Church entertained in the re short all featured Washingtons and in spite of the duwgreeable weather a very pop out of the shells like pop corn in has kinds and for the contmued well doing which 6e has hatched for the Mvr and as well also a number of hU which the bope that a 1 present may be are the Rhode Island I Dn Heitshusens chicken business increased to proportions Manv costly and committee in charge consisted of MR Fred 888i8ted Qwen Mi Mw of Oscar Weldin and Fourth Wandessa Fergus Car Elaine Mefrin Marietta Clara Luclla Burrln Gladys Milo Oliver Third Eunice Alice Clifford Dorothy Kathryn Snritfc Margaret Aura Willard Madeline Robert Kenneth Esther Mae Virginia Jeanette Melba Lkdene he hardly able to handle bring to have him transform egga into He has sold and and with friends and TOU n sermon oh Sunday I ucceeeding year his mul known on ounaay i jneUUed the r te this have jrMided for BO many twentyone when the moved tothe splen did half section of lanfl purchased Murchiaon To Koester were three 80ns all residing Koester a native of Iowa at Home John and thousand egg machine this year contemplating putting in woman Ush iB tnia land He much larger machine for the coming inseparably linked to the associations came to thi8 country when but a iad of her childhood and Her renor ha1 rich and influentiai m considered one of the are numbered by the tivea to hig he had no beat authorities on chickens in the wnile her friends and neighbors are reiatives to greet his and his consisted of a willing TV Ul It VJWWii tit UMV wrosburg of the death of Evan and his services are always in numerous as the days she has only Williams which took place at He has culled practically passed amongst She Is a lovely ness iearn new new meth in flock ofany consequence in and her disposition makes ods and B new February Williams the and by doing so saves the friendships and grapples them to mirahiv in Hn as an old resident of chicken raiser a good deal of money bosom with hooks of VH WltJ j 4 4lit On his fine farm northeast he to thl splendid and aa a parent he laving made his home in California and The nonlayers are elim or time No particulars inated from the flock and sold the f his death has been ROYAL ARCH MASONS Regular Friday torch Work in the Mark er Eyles of Cedar huttdian of the Grand Chapter will Koeatcr was born in he bigcity of When mirably succeeded in all and his standing today is among the most progressive of Iowa Countys citi He is an ideal a 1 of the city he has as fine an equip makmg the trip in company ig conscientious ment for the rawing of ehfckww as with an older neighbor who His neighbors love can be found in ftto part of the Ianded at Home and an he Md good wife we fated among best in the conn home w an Iowa ty of borne tbeir place bears i the boy found a good THB SI3SEL CASE I here hi diligent and obserr Motion for new trW has been ing irtudent of farming and evidence of industry and few there are who can present to assist in the conferring jjjed office of the Clerk of the on February he claim a larger portion of f 11 AU are urged to aJwtys Blmw date for hearing to to Jowa towroWp tuccew jn hai not fixed by ewomonjt Tha formed ehurcft 6wi of a the fafr MriM WilUanwburg bwinew caller and young at pur miy mark courw of a lam In YorM to wwtt Cleo GeraW Gladys Ervis Gilbert Lucile 2Jot ert Eldred Carl Firjt Grade Junior Helen Eric Robert John Kathryn Gehevieve Edward Lester r John Carroll Vir ginia Dorothy Inna Doris Sherlock Stanley Wit Woodrow Charles William The was not so this laot six weeks as the This is especially true in the lower grades where there has been A great deal of absence on account Nothing very serious has been the matter but sore throats and eyes have kept a great number nrt for a few TJie report of upper especially the sixth and eighth is The Wa grade has the best report they have had this The returns for the Normal Train ing examinations were received tMs and we are glad to report every student passed in all the AH of the grades were good wine of them very Lona Yates re ceived 100 in Wanda Oli ver received 100 in both spelling and the grades in grammar and moat of the grades in civics were very Miss the school has finished the examination of the children of the public aad is now inspecting the children of the local parochial After com peting her of these she will be ready to work in rural Our basket ball teanis won a cou ple of easy victories last Friday eve ning when both our boys and girb team won from Conroy Our bad a walk away this pjayed at her old pwftton of She a tower of strength to The heroine of the roy was to view the from the on Ptgefvw   

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