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   Williamsburg Journal-Tribune (Newspaper) - August 10, 1922, Williamsburg, Iowa                                LUME IOWA AUGUST 10 1922 lOOLWILL OPEN August for the Years Tttachers Have Been Secured for all Departments i The public schools ll August 28 for the ming The buildings 8 PAGES SAVED FROM DROWNING Last Sunday Bob Hughes was over at the Iowa river in company with a number of other Williamsburg They were in bathing along with a number of other people from various A girl who was in the river was seen to be sinking and immediately a call for help was Howling placed in condition fven saw the girl going down lor the last time and with a great effort reached her bringing her to the bank where first aid was given finally regaining The girl is a reisdent of She was not able to and in the receiving of the he Hollowing teachers have been ired jfttt the coming year t T Iowa Jewell new member of the ficulty comes here highly re Sinnott of Randolia Speaking and BS Sinnorbtf is also a new member the She has made a in her profession Tavlor of Iowa City of the Latin de he Miss Taylor WHITE Died at Her Home in Los Sunday July some manner got in the deep water which nearly resulted in the losing of her Bob received the con Word was received in Williams burg Sunday morning that White had passed away at her home in Los White had been in ill health for some time past but of late her con dition grew gradually worse and the end came peacefully Sunday morn Laura Goodman was the daughter of and Henry Goodman and was born in English township about his heroic act gratulations of his many friends on47 years Here she grew to young womanhood obtaining her education in the schools at that About twenty two years ago she was united in marriage to HILA MORGAN SHOW The Itila show been showing in Williamsburg this week JAMEs WILLIAMS Williamsburg Mourns the Passing of A Well Known Resident James a well known and highly respected resident of Williamsburg died in Chicago on July 1922 his death was the result of a cancer of the stomach from which he had suffered for several In the hope of ob taining relief from his ailment he went to Chicago where he underwent a surgical but the malady had progressed so far that the relief measure failed and death soon fol various fairs in that state and fron The body was brought to the I there will go to Texas home at Williamsburg on Tuesday GOING TO THE FAIRS DEMOCRATS HOLD MEETING D Efficiency and Economy Slogan of Fat of Taking Out All Twelve Head of Angus Cattle on the Show Circuit fu 11 I The Democratic party of Iowa I county held a meeting at Williams tut Leahy started out the burg on last Saturday afternoon1 part last week with twelve of his for the purpose of electing officers Angus cattle which he will show in for County organization the different fairs of McCabe of Marongo Iowa uis lirst showing was at Columbus was unanimously chosen as County from there he will go to Chairman Henry Willenbrock Pleasant and from their to the State Fair at Des After the state fair he will leave for Okla where he will show at the To this union were born two children and Catherine both living ind the funeral services were held al the Presbyterian church Wodne Poston ficiated and a large gathering of pv relatives and old neighbors was present to pay the last tribute of l went down to the Leahy farm before Leahy and he us the bunch which be hones 12 A PIONEER Of Iowa County Died at her Home South of Homestead Wednesday Morning at Sophie Zahn died at her home south of Homestead Wednesday morning at at the age of 91 years 4 months and 20 Zahn was born in Anover coming to this country in 1867 settling on a farm south of Homestead at which place she has continued to make her was the mother of five chil four girlsand one boy two She Ol tilininK in in The 1 respect to one whose upright life and as usual the shows are of the family resided at different and Christian attributes hid Highest order playing to full houses moving to California about deared him to the entire community which has since he interment was in Qak each Hila houses s not with the later moving fifteen years air this but in her stead i lccn the jirfSjii i ncr sieau be a valuahk addition has sent her three nieces who are tlje Marie Itory I The inenjibers of ffeel fortunate in doe the Bingham of West aSain return to i tne will have chprge of the musical department of beat Ilie bunch were six bulls year old Illackhird A massive that shows line of brcedi His back is a j stars in the the two children Treasurer and secre All the voting precincts in the county had representatives in at candidate for State Representative and all of I candidates for County offices were having preceding her Those surviving are Roth residing in LoUie at home and Henry Shaffer of Zahn had in failing health for some time past due to the mlirniities old The end came peace ully closing book of life real pioneers of the cJiini g their assistance to the meet everylhing And he several candidates for offices the loots of these annuals we u ailed upon for short talks and a hunch Leahy every one of them un competitors in the show Wervingly and unqualifiedly ex presed and pledged that were they ejected Ibis fall to the different of Hcis to which they aspire they would conduct their office in an ellicient and economic ing in raight as a square hi body well with a wonderful heart as gentle as a lamb The funeral will be held Friday it PRICKS HOG SALE Vifarietta Long Chinas at his farm ich Science i ber 13i at which time he w teach Dave Frick will hold a sale of his I Poland Chinas at his farm Septem No particulars of the funeral have I lie was the son of Daniel and een received hut burilal will Williams and while infant was par be in Los the returning Miss Bingham Long along with the the same high standard of the school will bekept In the Grade schood Miss Martha Powell J jwill again have charge of eighth Lortz will have charge of the severijli Rita will teach the chil dren of sixth Majjgarate Cash will teach the fifth grade Ednapgden will again have charge will have charge of the for sale a large number of his fine M hogs MrFrick is one of the great Poland China breders of this part of the country and his stock has always been in great His herd ROBERTS HERE Roberts came in the fore part of the week from New York City where he has been for the past several months in charge of a church in that Roberts baptized in the Church of Engl when he was two years old his ents moved to Tyddun Aber gele and within the sound o A FLYER HERE Martin Hardware has arrangements with the Auto Washing Machine to have an airplane here the judges take a second look August The machine 1 they do not pin the first prize towl slnl the purpose of ad Another bull which one could help but admire not was of the Erica He shows long line of teaoows of Been elected as teacher of the Second sgrade Atnney Wood of Sigourney has ibeetf secured for the first grade r This gives the Grade school as Imo a crops of teachers as can be found in any school in the state The ate all experienced inthe work which they have in and starting of the new term 1 introduce several new they feai in the IS GROWING i the champion Duroc e National Swine show at st year is growing like a jHe nlow weighs in the of 950 pounds and is lifflesh He stands about 45 and is still growing property of Hanson Young Ravin is being 1 in the state fair Hanson will taks is a fme looking hog and it Wht that he will equal his J sire when he has fuljy CHURCH morning The Oneness Union Services at Pres DRUSE EGATIONAL CHURCH ng to the eyers and family and Bill returned from their TW to points in northern During their s boys devoted all of to fishing and the stories brinir back are and your time to course Fritz caught the but he had to have pull it in so the honors among by of Parnell was a caller the fore part of Reese Doris of Port a arrived Monday for and friends in Hogan expect their new home in iwt of town within the v i itooerts came boar is one of the comers on the back for a visit with his many Poland China field He stands friends in the being g ran d I Vacation bcforc up his for in a If you are in the market for good nu auuiui 0 11 the sea he grew to An aristrocrat of On June he was united 7i W Stands on a set m marriage to Anne Parry of s ils a deers Colwn an Colwyn Bay and the home t established in his native land where i V it was continued was t not fclt his to continued until 1887 when I at service in thc church He has been there on and the 1887 with a family of parents came to an extent that he had the Truly he was u will take the first in every hogs do not fail to attend so congregation were nearby farm where it v held this t0 I Sisted that he should remni their 11 SL The reverend gentleman is tinued for many years when tin lamily moved to IX A ago the parents returned fcw The four other animals were of vertising the Automatic washing The first person presenting a clipping of the ad in the paper this week who buys a machine will be given one free ride and be entitled to a discount of five dollars on the Everyone purchasing a machine up until thc arrival of the machine will be entitled to a free ride or a dicount on the Bills will be dropped from the machine and anyone presenting one f these to thc firm will be allowed a discount of five dollars I services also held at Lutheran Inierment will hu 111 near the vvm Ui LOCALS PLAY MARENGO Th game next ball team will plny a with at The Williamsburg team has been winning every game anrfnr this year and in line for winning a good many A i I ball fans will accompany theVani to help the him a card mm a card and U i I i 13 ft mi purer drop j well pleased with the and finds to Williamsburg where a thosawil1 press in a short time and ready for SPORTS DAY ment in his choosen Meyer Cohen left iirst of the new hoim was and here they live in that peace and contentment ii c ose touch and communion with thc old friends and neighbors that firs M WIU rrvant J week for Louis where he went arrival from on a buying trip for his big The American Legion of Marengo arge markets are putting on two days of sports on B markets Wednesday and Thursday August 16 and The boys will put on motorcycle auto races ball Polo game and various other events which will be of interest to the The Legion has planned for two big days and it is the intention to give the people a good entertainment on the above The program will be Cohen is visiting the various large markets of the country doing his buying for the fall Miss Rita Hanson returned to her home Friday after a three weeks visit in Des Moines with her brother Hanson and his family and also with college She ac live In the passing of Williams the community lost a man and citizen of which was justly Here was a character that at one forced love respect and este every hand and reflected the characteristics rugged race from which he s mild and gentle he held at the fair grounds at Mar SOME THRESHING means the Herman Heitshusen finished his threshing onhis farm the latter part of last week and reports that out of twelve loads of timothy he got 53 sacks of This nv about 130 bushels of seed from twelve The threshing was done with a Woods Individual threshing machine with a Pordson tractor furnishing the These threshing machines have a 21 inch cyclinder and the whole job was completed in six and onehalf hours which makes a record both in yield and in Cody of Esterville is companies Miss Lillian Smith a or 6 Was as the former Grinnell girl who with he heather througl the of the county was a Williams burg business urg business caller Mr Stimmel is a breeder of the Spotted Poland China hogs and has a large fine herd of the animals on his He is taking about fourteen of them to the State Stimmel will I a sale of his hogs during the coming winter at which time he will sell about fifty head of and Kinsinger and daugh ter of were Williamsburg callers yesterday Mr Kinsinger is one of the substantial farmers of that From here they went to Cedar Rapids where they spent the Miss Elizabeth Jones of Tama came m Saturday night for a visit with her grandfather Lewis Jones and other Miss Elizabeth w the daughter of and James Jones former residents of this She is engaged as a school teacher and during the past year has been a student in the teachew college at Cedar mother spent a week end with tli Hanson in Des Moines enroute t their home in Douglas and Elmer Pugh am children and Sarah Pugh wer Cedar Rapids visitors the latter par of last week visiting at the home o the latters son and Mr Pugh and The Cook family recently returned from Cali forma where they have been for thc past eleven They could no withstand the call of good old Iowa so they hied themselves Mr Cook has purchased an interest the Calder Van Storage Compbllv of Cedar Rapids at which place they expect to locate and Swartz Thoma and family of are spending a few days at the home of the ladies John of The Thomas family are on their way to California where they will look over the country and if it is suitable will locate They have a daughter living there and will visit with her family for some Thomas was greatly im pressed with the state of and said it was finest looking state through which they have passed so Ed Jones is again at work in the postoffice aftcr an enforced vaca tion of several months due to sick Thc many friends of Jones are glad to see his smiling face at the window once and Postmaster McSwiggan will also be relieved of a good deal of the work of the Wayne McMontgomery has been acting during the absence of Jones and he ful filled the position in an efficient and obliging Enoch Enochson was among the many who attended the Republican state convention held at Des Moines last Enoch reports a large number at the convention and ev erything going along smoothly and no dissention in the ranks of the ice en cm on a typical son of strongly of the prung was as the dew ugh his roug s the of Poetic temperament while hii The is heart t eyes would grow softer upon viewing justice sense of and beauti in the an epic sacrifice l him mindful of his father and his lacked obligations ever as a and educational Si the family must redound with fullv d Uie same beautiful beyond Ol llv dMars on a ma Proud and hauirhtvmd any tlme with l WCLk aftcr with a look in their eyes that showed ll there were conscious of their benutv to have the machine Six cows were also in the loti UK far t which These were taken from the CC t wi tako UP Passengers at the farm from the herd on consists j Leahy had a hard time trying to pick out the best because theyare all so that it would be hard to have a favorite among Leahy informed us that he did did not feel that they were ready for the show as We could hard y see where an improvement could be Their hair was as smooth aiiiuuifl and glossy as the feathers of a blackbird in the Their sleek sales and well rounded bodies pre a picture no artist paint And when they were led around the yard they walked like a duchess on Mr Leahy ha been in Anges busi ness for the past thirty years and in all of this time he has been striving to improve the breed of In this he has been very Today he is one of the best authorities in thc country and h s services are always in demand as a judge at live stock y farm consists of about It js modern in every with large cattle barns and buddings to accommodate the large herd of cattle which of farm is and to deal of like the rate of five dollars per trip The machine will he here all day will piloted by an experienced are on the under Leahys son f the Will r f for the fine He a life n and when these two do to There men cattle they They go at it a their work in a scientific ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Miss Gladys Stephens uf Cedar Kapids to Lloyd Williams of Williams The date of the wedding has been set for August Miss Stephens is the daughter of Mr and John of Cedar She is well known in this vicinity being a former resident of this Williams is the son of Mr and Howell Williams is the Junior member of the firm of H Williams Ho is well and favorably known in this A BIG YIELD win the CATTLE SALE hundred head of cattle will be sold at the stockyards Williams burg on August 12 the sale to be held rain or The lot Hcrcford n d V hT aU1C 11VC ship Pod from Central and will be sold to the highest and best bid der on the above If you nro looking for cattle this will be a good opportunity you to aecurc JOHNNY PLEADi NOT GUILTY Last week we carried a regard to an accident which Pened to john Heitshusen and were to say mat John was driving the cir when the accident happened He now comes foreward and says that he was merely an innocent ith had with the driving of news story passenge nothin to do FAIR BOARD MEETS mein f the Fair ar met in the basement of the burg Savings bank Wednesday ornoon and discussed the business of The oats crop at the Fred Warden burg farm averaged 79 bushels perl This is the largest yield of which we heard this If anyone can beat it we would be glad to hear from Bid Hall of North English was among thc many callers in the city the latter part of jast Cole and children have re turned to their home in Millersburg after spending a few days with rela and Linr family of at the home of and Mrs John found outstandig to colcctnt question of holding a two B two ANOTHER BALL GAME that with informs us will stage another to the credit o te ere and advantage of the state Williams was of a deenlv religious and he wo e i s in heart rt thh church until iMt merged with the Mrst Presbyterian church of Wil lamsburg in this body he was al ways an active worker and his reli gious thoughts principles and urgings were never lacking in the worldly affairs in which he was in His death leaves a lone ome place against the religious and sky and the old community to flhe sorrowing wife and nildren its tenderest condolences lines Some time ago Mi J 1IIUCI1 10 iat and according to the son in the hours the hum of could be heard in the amonK The could not cow man with his good wife in the midst of his on the farm where the Blackbirds and Ericas lure hold and of the town this veteran he again and James Grimes and family of Parnell spent Sunday at the home of and The buildings occupied by the Williamsburg Savings bank and Mocks Furniture store have been painted during the past which idcU much to the looks of the build and Sam Roberts and his Laura Richards left the fore part of the week for Missouri where they will spent some time visiting with relatives and Sam is enjoying a two weeks vacation from the duties at the Martin hardware Ed Gittins returned yesterday from Langford where he has been for the past two weeks visiting at the hoine of his Ed re ports a good trip and crops in that vicinity looking Dave Frick and son and father John Frick and Thomas were in the city Wednesday They were on their way to the big hoK sale of Coopers at   

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