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   Williamsburg Shopper, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1942, Williamsburg, Iowa                                The BWAR BONDS wnllAMSBURGS HOME OWNED THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY NEW SPAPER IN IOWA DECEMBER 1942 13 Henry I Tin Can Drive Dies in Marengoj Project for All Iowa Funeral seizes for who passsed at Henry the Watts n Ma engo Saturday Dec in Williamsburg Tues w 1 The first statewide tin can drive announced Saturday by Herbert general salvage execu tive secretary for and Weitz of state chairman for Double Header Benefit Basketball 29 1 Basketball will come back in Will iamsburg next Tuesday evening when a double header Firemens benefit game will be held at the local at The first bring together two evenly and held QL f j XA AtAli celebrated the Requiem womens salvage appeales1 Wlil the mens choir sing1 every housewife anci womens1 Burial was in1 group to start saving processed tin VSSSS 3rtw Years M has been on V STORE CLOSING NOTICE The business houses of Will iamsburg will ibe closed Thursday evening Christmas They will remain closed all day Christmas Merchants Mra Timm was iborn in Ger L Sentember He came Sis counTry at the age of On November he was united in day ithe people of Iowa will be en joying special dinners which today can be served only in Much wju C0me in tin cans November ioau v 00 w C0me n n cans marriage with Miss Mary Wagner which your country needs to convert 1 Immaculate Conception church jnto war ithe depots will set up throughout the state as soon as com mittees work out details of the nine five sons and four Carl and Walter of Robert of Vic Des Edward passed way May The daughters are Mrs Harriet Omaha Rachel Eastham of El Besides the above named children Timm is survived by eight The wife and mother passed away June Timm resided in Iowa county for more than a half century where until recent years he was engaged in In character he was per fectly honest in his liberal with his a kind andj 4 Keep thoughful v To the bereaved children the old community extends sincerest sympa Previously tin can collections were limited to Des Sioux j Cedar Waterloo and Daven Detraining plants were unable the local floor in many Such stars as Elmer Irish Harold James will be back to give a demonstration how basketball was played in the gay This game will be packed with many thrills and cheers as both teams will be out there battling for JC LJ VV Mary Des Moines IQ handle more extended Helen Davenport and Q processed cans win be col Only processed cans will be col There are four requirements Wash cans remov ing paper 2 Open bottoms as well as Tops and bottoms may be fold eed over or completely removed and Flatten cans by stepping on leaving enough space through flattened sides to see through not cans in a suit CONRAD SCHADT GETS DEGREE AT able container separate from until collection day is added attraction will be the gray and red suits that the uptown has purchased for this Coach Frazier had mot revealed late Tuesday evening what kind of suits his team would The complete squads are UpTown Coach Elmer Erwin New Christmas Eve Services At Immanuel Lutheran Church The children of Immanuels Luth eran school will present a Divine Christmas Eve service in Immanuel s beginning at seven o The Bostehnann will con duct the Altar service which Mattfeld and the will lead their respective IOWA COUNTY MEN LEAVE FOR ARMY The following Iowa county enlist ed reservists Deported at the recep Three Iowa county young people Saturday for active army were listed among the 370 students who received degrees at the Iowa University December They were Conrad son of and Schadt of Will iamsburg who received his master degree in Science Boy of Middle bachelor of sci ence in pharmacy and Dorothy Coats of graduate Awards were conferred by Presi dent Virgil Hancher in the Iowa Union at 10 NOTICE Every automobile or truck that has a gasoline ration must display on their windshield the stifcker in dicating the highest gasoline ration that has been allowed for their auto mobile or This is compulsory under the Rules of the Office of ice No filling station operator may Place gasoline in the tank of any au w wmobile or unless such stick LL UlllCfiJS1 er is correctly All trucks that have been issued gasoline ration must have their tire specfaons made by some one of the ition center Saturday for active army duty Guy Marengo Irvin Marengo Marvin North English Thomas A Victor Joseph Pamell Geo rge Amana Howard Marengo Glenn Marengo Wilbur Marengo Clement Williamsburg El mer High Amana Charles Belle Plaine Robert Williamsburg Van Victor Orville Hometsead Donald go Howard Dean North English Greg ory Belle Plaine Roy West Amana Clarence North English Leighton Williamsfourg Dean Patter Wellman Lynn North English Joseph North English Bernard Vic tor Bernard High Amana Oren South Amana Arnold North English Robert Ed Von Roy Roy Mark Dough Duff Vincent Fraziers Team Bob Bill Gus ODon Harold Jim John Paul Irish The second game will bring to gether 2 evenly maltched the Reds captained by Bill Wallace and ihe Whites managed by Bud These squads will be made up of alumni and high school so as to provide a close well played The boys on these respective Following is the program The Processional An Altar service by the upper Grades People Who in Darw Sat Three part Catechization The Kingdom m Song Come and the Confirmation class Two part Catechization The in Song Arise and Shine and Unto Us a Child is Born Messiah Catechization Continued Song Zions Re joice by Hendel Three part Lower grades Responsive singing Little chil dren can you tell Recitation We come before you friends and strangers 4th grade teams are The lineup for the Worth team As each happy Christ will be Orville Bud Elmer Tom Engelbert Paul Orlen Im Donald Driscoll and Leo The Wallace lineup will be Merle Bill Jim Glen Wes Burton Keith Bob Walt Harris and Bob The proceeds of this game will go for rain coats for the firemen so come out and spend an evening full of laughs and do your share to sup port a worthy Admission is 10 and 15 and 25 and advanced sale of tickets now on at Chandler and Drake Barber Shop and Lewis and Sears Clothing FARMERS ASKED TO INCREASE 1943 CORN ACREAGE Song mas All Discussion toy teacher and pupils Frist Christmas Service Recitation By the Hills of Bethlehem 2nd grade Song From Hevn above to earth I come 2nd grade Recitation what mean those holy voices 3rd grade Song Silent night Holy night All Recitation Christmas Gifts 1st Song Let me learn of Jesus 1st grade Song See tthere in the manger All Recitation Praise God the Lord 4th grade boys Song Medley Praise God whom all blessings flow Beautiful Savior Let us all with gladsome voice Roy chairman of the RETURN CHRISTMAS i AAA ivialrOC fVlO Iowa county AAA makes the follow ing announcement Iowa county farmers are asked to ITllUll IVLcirGllEV JLifW twinmv Donald Homestead increase 1943 their corn Lyle North English Theodore acres more than in On a per i j j 1 1 Trl Q T Middle Amana Herbert Conroy Alfred mctut oy some one 01 xne uonroy lthat have been apAmana Donald North Pointed by the War Price and Ra Board 481 not later than 1943 And cars I0t Wait until the to these insnppHnne made as you mav Se able to Set done W B G last minute rush lce by his and Rationing Board English Glenn Williams bung Donald Wellman John Williamsburg Noel Marengo Gene Marengo High Amana Edward Parnell Floyd Marengo and Irwin WINBORN BUYS FARM centage basis that will mean that each will be able to increase their 1943 corn acreage approxi mately while participating in the AAA They will be re quired to plant 90 of their allot ment in order to receive their max imum SEAL CONTRIBUTIONS The local chairman of the Tuber culosis Chrisitmas Seal sale reports CHRISTMAS SEALS are LUU11 Individual war crop goals will be I worked out by the producer with his township committee when planning his and flax are the two war crops that will be grown in j Iowa although the Iowa Protect Your Home from Tuberculosis Bangle Day was held in the pub lic schools Friday with a response tnat there who have as y e their Seal Con T h e Committee re quests that they do so this week if The Tait and Wagner Iowa although the Iowa in the grade school Cedar Rapids Monday rei c t USDA War Board together v chool Bangie up ported completion of a deal wherebyj with the County AAA Committee wn an amal eventwrn Winborn Wii lamsburg busij h requested that sweet corn WedneBday December VV JiiUwi j iXctv i tU Llici u o vv vvw JLI Keil stationed at nss man bought the Gardeman es1 also inciuded as a war How WasliinatnTi farm of 200 acres near Newhall is no definite assurance Iowa Mrs accompanied Keil L K the hoicie of and and wit1 other relatives in Williamsiburg Mon recently promoted to three sons of and are in the Major at Keil with the Medi day to Major L jcli tate farm of 200 acres near Newhall ofi for an George tenant of the 200 acres for several will move to a farm of his Winborn will gain possession March He expects to hire a man to operate the farm for Albert Stohlmann spent the week end in Moline where she vis Moline Public also included as a war HOWI Jhe re3ponfie to date has been there is no definite assurance so come on you re that the latter crop will be classified as CHARLES HARRIS INITIATED IN SOCIAL FRATERNITY Charles son of and Harris student at the Uni versity of Iowa was initiated into the Alpha Eta Chapter a social frater nity of the Sigma Chi at Iowa City very satisfsictory so come on you re maining 150 persons and help beat the county Remember Your contributions are deducted from your income that this is a real charity worthy of your support at Holy Miss Tresa Humphrey San Texas Saturday will spendl several   

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