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   Williamsburg Journal-Tribune (Newspaper) - August 8, 1935, Williamsburg, Iowa                                VOLUME IOWA AUGUST 1935 14 HELPHOLDENON JULY COWS REVEAL IOWA EXHIBIT Yftrk Farmer Seeks to Win Back The Countys Lost Honor in First Place COUNTY WAS LONG IN LEAD General Cooperation Will Again Place Us in The Front of the Parade For several Iowa Coun tys Exhibit at the State Fair was awarded first Carl Holden ofYork was the artist in the pre paration of this his good wife lent a valuable assis to her this county was re morselessly stricken by the and it was simply impos sible to success under the serious year conditions are very much more favorable act ing on Koiden has an mcyunced that he is again in the EFFECTOF FLIES In Allyn And Martin Doehrmann Herds Tie For First Honor BUTTERFAT SHRINKS Blythe Has High Cow in Holstein Yields of Fat in 29 Days irice for the championship ex hibit for Iowa Local Pride Should Win counties have en tered in this and this notice is for the special purpose iof calling attention to the neces sity for a general support of the effort now being made by Look over your forage the offerings of your get in touch with Holden the Williamsburg tele phone and he will Kladly and willingly give you every advice and We are sure that if the Am an a fonnieand the leading farm r throughout the various will vasnond to this rej finest from the old Iowa will again the leading blazer in this im portant The prizemoney allotted for this contest is to be distributed among the win ing Get farmerandput cottnty in such a safe lead that the judges will not be forced to split Cow Tester John Cray submits his rapoit for the Cow TestinS Association for the month of July which is as follows There were 249 cows in the association or 14 Two hunderd and twentysix of these cows were in milk and they produced 166281 pounds of with pounds of but The average milk pro duction oif each cow was GG7 ipounds and the average fat duction was Twentyfive cows produced be tween 40 and pounds of between and 60 1 between 60 and 70 pounds and 1 between 70 and 80 The price of butterfat 2Gc and 5 heifers ifrehsened dur ing the pure sire was Ten High Herds The ten high herds in the as sociation were as follows Allyn Evans grade lu in miilk averaged 692 ipounds of miilk and pounds of butter This is the first time for the Evans herd to be in high Martin Doehrmans herd of grade Holsteins 10 in averaged OS2 poiunds of milk and pounds of Leo Smiths herd of pure bred 16 in pro duct an average of pounds iof milk and pounds butter Fred Blythes 20 pure bred with three of them dry averaged 975 pounds of milk GALLAHER3 RETURN TO ARIZONA and Maine and their interesting family of jfive left at an early hour Thursday morning on their return to their home at Sonver Maine G alien er is a son of and and had been spending a month between the home here and that of Gallaher at And a won derful vacation visit they enjoy and their five children were as intriguing a of young sters as one might wish to and Dusseldoirf was afflicted with real lonesomcness when the fam ily car turned its prow toward the home down in the Southwest where the homo ranch is rich with growths of and other com mlercial products that make such prodigious growths under one of the finest irrigated sections in And the weather at Somerton is kindly 120 de and this flood of heat is one of the best assets rated irext in importance to the illimitable richness of the The Homecoming JAMES TAYLOR DIES SATURDAY Former Resident of Fitlmore Meets Death When Stepping In Path of Auto MISSION FESTIVAL TO BE HELD AT JOHNS CHURCH Near Homestead Next Sunday York and Williams burg Invited to Attend WAS NATIVE OF COSGROVE Funeral Service Monday Leaves Family SURPRISE PARTY FOR ORLO MEYER SUNDAY A surprise party was given for OirJo Meyer at his home Sun day evening in honor of his The guests met near his home then all drove in surprised A dinner was the guests having brought the feast in wellfilled Those present were Mary and Will Rus bult and and Henry and Hofmaster and Bernice and Irwin Hofmaster and Lewis Lo lita and and Floyd Meyer and Del Jane and Heniry and Ralph Weiss of Deep Ada Hoiden of Van James Keegan and daughter and Clarence Duel of and Carl Dun and fam end Henry and Henry Rusbut and of South and George and Evereitt Timlm awl daughter Charlotte of and Ditto Mumm daugh Miss Louisa and Paul Weber of Wisconsin and and Otto and Farnk Meyer and Miss Velma Colli PERRY JS IMPROVING who to an operation for appendi citis at the University Hospital in Iowa City three weeks ia improving rapidly and her friends will be gted to know that is expected home sometime this 1C grade Holsteins 866 pounds of miilk and ipounds of but Hcitshusens 15 pure bred Holsteints produced an aver age of 910 pounds of miilk and pounds The Bigbee Jer seys ranked Their out of milk was 544 pounds av erage with pounds butter Wallaces herd of 18 grade Jerseyis averaged 512 ipounds of and pounds of Griffiths herd produced 597 pounds of milk and pounds The Iowa County Home 23 grade averaged 688 pounds of milk and pounds The Eight High Cows The eight high producing cows in July as shown by the testing associations report Fred Blythes a pure bred producing in 2100 pounds of milk and pounds of butterfat in 29 Walter Wheelers grade Hol 1604 pounds of milk and ipounds of but Orval FITS Goldie 1476 pounds iof milk and pounds butter Fred Blythe with his 20 was iirv fourth produc ing 1783 pounds of milk and pounds Leo Smiths pure bred Jer produced 1116 pounds milk and pounds of butter AHyn Evans grade Jersey produced 800 pounds of milk and pounds Leo Smiths Jersey 1060 pounds of milk and pounds of Leo Smiths bred Jer produced 1070 pounds of milk and pounds of T GRAND VISITORS HERE MONDAY John Rylander nml his trood a both of were in town Monday morning and stopped in the office to have a short visit with A few years Rylnmler was n momibor of the Town and T hiti legislator he and al tbouTh in opposite poli tfn we loved eneh other His friend is fin uncle to to flip father of Herbert is a respected mem Tffr of the Leorand I enrand is the old home of Marvin the former good of the Williams burn Hich Both knew both were his good character and teaching He is now superintendent the schools Is father of a and the community will not suffer an in terruption of his ROBERT LEWIS WINS SCHOOL HONOR LIFETIME YANKEE POINT RESIDENT DIES MONDAY Johns Lutheran church at Homestead will conduct a Mis sion iFcstival Sunday morning and August to which the York Town ship and churches have been invited to Haitis Lutheran church of Wil James residing on a ilianvsburg will attend the Festi small acreage on a short jval for the afternoon services distance cast of Homestead metbut will conduct its regular Sun WILUAMSBURG INVITES PUBLIC August and Elabor ate Plans Effected For Their Entertainment BOTH DAY AND AT NIGHT with instant death at Sat urday He was a pedes trian on the saw a car coming toward stepped aside to avoid being a car from the opposite direction struck him death was in day morning services as The program is as follows Morning the Pastor Bruch of Ottnmwa will deliver a sermon in The afternoon services will be gin at The Brauer of Keystone will de Son of and Formerly of Gets Lake Forest Scholarship Eugene Welch Preceded in Death j By Wife And Two Children Daughter Survives Eugene of Vajikco The body was turned over to j liver the first sermon in the M 11 funeral homo and The Bruch will follow here many friends of the family i him with an address delivered in j called throughout Sunday to pay their respects to one who had I spent many years in The fiineial services were held NORTH ENGLISH MAN in St Josephs Parneil j KILLED IN ACCIDENT Sunday with Father lifetime Fillmore Town From Grand Rapids Press Robert graduate of Central High school this bus been awarded a scholarship at Lake Forest n ciedu cational institution near August at The scholarship award will pay at the Yankee Point about onehalf a years expenses Methodist Fipisropal the at the college and is coveted Bra dv of the in dm The by rinp passed away nt his j discoitrse on the certainty of the coming of ns well ns the Monday August r f0nowing a long Funeral services were held Monday When Truckload Thresh ers Overturned Suffered Fractured Skull a most of th wcrc North English Methodist I T uncertainty of the manner of its The interment was in Jo sophs cemetery and the pall John Pat I It is presented to high school i graduates who qualify in schol i to their Lewis ranked hshcst in scholarship in Cen senior class of 205 nrd president of the schools chapter of National Honor soc He was chosen the sen Interment was in the I Griff John Ed had most service Yankee Point One Miss of the home and two Keith ami Orville and n host of other relatives Tin wife and two other children preceded hinr in The son of Daniel and Jane Eugene Welch was born Kay Bickford of North English passed away in the Surourney hospital Monday afternoon as the result of an automobile accident near North English wherein he suffered a fractured He was thrown from the rear of a truck when the driver control and the truck overturned on a The all of a son of and whom were returning from James On were he was united in mar The funeral was held in the riagc to Margaret Donohoe at Christian church at North Eng and the home was made ijsh Wednesday afternoon at 2 and Frank The deceased was born in Johnson County September given 1807 in tn Centr in the class Qn March 1C 18n0i His activities included serving jn to j as editorinchief of NcUip and the two matlo in To this union were born two ngcd and aged The deceased was a man good performed the right as he was gifted to discern f nfTilv f TVII fl wvit tu uiatti it of Sigma classical He wore born to j was active in taking is extended to the j he lead in two plays and parti relatives and friends the Hudson of A lifelong resident of this Iowa County vicinity Bick ford was born on the family homestead May He was MISSIONARY SOCIETY ENJOYS PICNIC MEYER IN ROCHESTER Meyer left the last of the week for where his infected eye is being treated in the Mayo PURKEY BREAKS FOOT ON JUMPING DITCH While performing his duties Monday that of walk ing the pipe Cecil Purkoy jumped across a ditch near Old Mians Creek and caught his foot inthe root of a twisting and breaking He was treated and the xray showing three smiall bones in the Wil liainusburg hospital and it will be necessary for him to go about with the aid of crutchee for sev eral in others and was this member of Sock and Buskin ami j Delatheman dramatic honor socj He was a moimber of Biolo fiy Lewis exipocts to leave fov Lake Forest Setptcnuber 1 AND MARCUS VISIT 10 and will specialize in English and He is a son of and Lewis Lewis Williamsburg friends of the Lewifes will be pleased to read the record of the son nf the parents so well in MISS BAXTER BECOMES BRIDE OF MICHIGAN MAN Miss Elizabeth Baxter of What Cheer was married to Leland son of and Al vcn Conton of Mount Wednesday morning at the Methodist church in What j The Bloom quist I The bride is the daughter of i and John her father being a nephew of Eel Jones and Mary Git I Baxter and his family have visited his relatives Wil liamsburg a number of MISS CARNES OF PARNELL TO VACATION AT LAKES CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR PICNIC IN IOWA CITY Members of the Christian En deavor who attended the Young Peoples conference in FairfieMi snd whose societies belong to the Iowa City Presbytery were invit ed to attend a picnic held in the Iowa City park Thursday eve August at Betty jjean Beth Ev elyn Odena Kath ryn Pierson Breuch and DicTc Zentnrire attended from none of the Williams burg members Mas Betty James of Parneil left Saturday for Okoboji where she will be the house guest of Miss Helen Anderson for two Oin August 12 Miss Carnes will Owen Roberts the Roosevelt Alumni Re ied him as a union in Des NOTICE In observance of Fun Day the undersigned banks will be open only until oclock August Farmers Trust and Savings Security Savings AUBREY JONES HONORS HELEN MCCABE Aubrey Jones entertained Thursday afternoon at a shower for Miss Helen who is soon to become a The chosen colors of the yellow and were carried out by the bouquets of summer flowers which graced the The guests hemmed tea towels ifor the prospective bride during the afternoon after which Glenn frothier oif Mfe Mcr cirmed the large number iof beautiful gifts to his sister to be Eefreshnnents were served towards the close of thai The ladies present besides the of honor were Jnros Miss Amn Evan Margaret John Will iFYed Harry Henry Louise Frank Willis Brown of Cedar Rap Herman fEarl Jones and Le Vera and Roy and Miss Treva RUSBULTS ARE PARENTS OF A DAUGHTER and Marcus Evans and Doris of and son and and Leland Evans of Oak arrived in Wil liamsburg Thursday to stay until Saturday visiting at the home of Evans Sam Bo iand and with Evans and other The family were residents of Wil Hamsburg a good many years living on a farm and it was with great pleasure that all their friends and relatives welcomed them back in town even for a short Evans was the former Jennie a niece of Charles WHITE A GRANDFATHER Birth Announcement From Loi Angeles of Keen Interest to Iowa County TWO DEPOT INTERESTS ROCK SURFACE DRIVES Harris Son And Hughes Lumber Company Fortified Against Mud Saturday Harris elevator firm and Hughes Lumber had Dane Construction surfacing the dump a heavy surfacing of crushed rock on all the driveways and approaches their The improve ments worth is and to have drives and approaches well fortified against the ience of a mud embargo should furnish no small degree of satis Another commendable activity in the direction of the ushering in of a jgenera The trustees of Oak Hill Cemetery had the Dane to deliver a full carload of crushed rock on the and irregular ities in the drives through the This meant an approx Born to and Lester of Los a 7 2 The baby was born on July 28th at the Hollywood Mother and son doinig Wasserburger visited friends and relatives last summer in Iowa County with her and all will be pleased hear of this addition to her Iowa County extends sincerest LLOYD GRANGER INJURED IN CEDAR RAPIDS Mumm was called Cedar Rapids Sunday evening to the bedside of her Lloyd who was in and Herbert Rusbult j jured that afternoon when Jiert the parents of a nine and motorcycle fell over on PshfeMt of secretary The Methodist Womans Home Missionary Society enjoyed a supper Thursday in the church social rooms following their regular monthly Bean was devotional Miss Mary singing Tell It Again during part of the IThe program leader was Miss Mac who as vice presi dent took charge of the entire meeting the absence of the Maude Look at Yourself The Looking Glass was the topic which was portraying of the work of the officers and department sec A Good Program Been Ar ranged For The Evenings Entertainment August is Wil liamisburgs Fun and the various committees in charge of the arrangements have perfected all the plans necessary for the furnishing of a real treat to all who Free luncheon will be served at noon and in coffee and The Town Park will hold every feature of the except j ing the dance in the evening which will held in the arm j Old and young will be en jtertained Curtis a j member of the State Highway i will deliver an ad dress in the afternoon on Farm I to Market McKinnon was a member of the Iowa legis lature from Henry and ibis knowledge of the needs of Iowa as to the proper road poli 1cics to be adopted is a knowledge both from1 observation and painstaing work on the com jmittee on and his ad 1 dress on Farm to Market Roads will carry a distinctly pertinent message to every whether of city or Many concessions have been secured for the etitertain menl of the and the en tire afternoon and evening will replete with features that will edify and i FOR HELEN MCCABE Miss Gencvicve McCarty and j Louis Lubbert honored Miss Helen McCabe Monday evening at n miscellaneous shower which was held at Lylas Tea Bridge was with j Creswell and low ttf I Mary Refreshments were served after which Miss McCabe opened her which were i beautiful and The guests present were George Mary Mary Dorothy Margaret Dorothy Ann Marie and Marguerite Nellie Mc Bertilla Miss Stella jHuberta Charles William Bert OBrien of Pat McCune and Miss Clare fiprabt of Holbrook and M3ss Mary McCabe of FRANK LENOCH MOURNS SISTER imcate tonnage of 100 tons of FIVE FROM WILLIAMSBURG ATTEND MEET James John Stel la and Leslie Oli ver attended the county meeting of the society held an the Christian in North English Friday afternoon at A twocharacter spoken The was delivered by Judge Summers and his wife of The Judge Summers alto delivered a lecture on Pro Stella Thomas and her Leslie Oliver also entertained with a Whis pering during the course of the Griffith of Millers burg was elected county for next year Will threequarters pound daughter j She had riding and in born late Wednesday evening at jgetting off failed to put the PlcVei of the University Hospital at new arrival lifts the Rus forace The machine fell pin ning Grangers ankle be neath She was taken to bult family to The com Lues hospital where Xray pic vice president and James Oliver of treasur Griffith was also elected delegate to the state convention to be held inWaterloo in the Anna widow of Dvorak died at the home of and William Werba in Cedar Rapids Tuesday her seventythird Death followed a prolonged She was born near leaves two laughters and three also two brothers and six one of them being Frank iFuneral services will be held in Turner chapel at 2 LEAVES AGAIN FOR Edrnfurwl Rock who arrived in Williamis burg July 25 to spend his vnca tiom at the panantal Frank Bock homo departed Texas again August Edmund al eo visited with his sister in Chi during this He holds a splendid position in Branch mianrager for Squibb The office was in deed glad to be eaUed upon by ithis yoning man as all Wil Thursday and burial will be made in the Dupont cemetery southwest of SURPRISE FOR THEOPHIL MYERS August old neigh bors of Theophil Myers surprised them by bringing basket dinners and reaching there at the Myers now living northeast of moving there last Before that they lived on the Powell farm northwest of Those present were and Elmer Dorothy Alice and Herbert Clarence and Eardley Floyd James and Orrin and Jack Lienen and and Thomas Jones and and Ed Ed and Freeman Clark and Ed Jones and and MARTHA KUCH RETURNS TO LONG BEACH HOME Miss Martha Kuch of Long who has been visit ing in Williamsburg since Satur July at the home of her j Miss Mary left MlonHaty tor hier home taking with her two pas Miss Kuch came through frum California on the going di luectly to where JFhe purchased an automobile and thence drove back to her old homo For the six years she has been a commercial teacher hi Long teachma j typing and has indeed proved adept and successful iri that r y A 4 III munity offeis the young couple tures were taken disclosing a near with Hardy of Harry Rathjen and Eliz its heartiest i broken right abeth Claris Carroll Jacobi and her month were over Wednesday and visited friends in town when the mother was in to have the young daugh ters picture and the daughter is as pretty as ever looked at a   

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