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Williamsburg Shopper (Newspaper) - August 17, 1939, Williamsburg, Iowa HOME OWNED Ill The Williamsburg Shopper OME OWNED THP IOWA per COMMUNITY CLUB NOTICE Regular meeting of the Com munity will be held at the Stake Monday August at All members are urged to be FSA LOANS AVAILABLE IN IOWA COUNTY Iowa county has been assured of its part in the Rural Rehabilitation phase of the Farm Security Admin program for the year end ing June Funds have been made available for this years lend ing Rehabilitation loans are made to farm and share croppers who need operating capital in order to farm but who lack sufficient to bor row from the usual credit Every loan made is accompanied by assistance in farm and home manage Emphasis is placed on the farm operated on a which will yield a good living from the farm in addition to en ough to repay the loan and provide for permanent The Ad ministration is interested in helping worthy farm families who cannot get help The service of the Farm Security Administration is available to eligible and the office at Marengo is ready to take applications for loans are secured by the chattels purchased with money borrowed and may be re paid in not longer than five years at five percent interest Applications may be placed with Security office in the Court House at with the Bureau Office in the Marengo post office or with any of the county Lortz or WILLIAM ROTH HERE ON VISIT William his daughter and and Stud of West and their two children arrived last week and left Monday on the return trip to after a most en visit with his Geo Trimpe and numerous relatives down in the second and third gen William Roth was born in Ger came to South away back in the and all at once he felt that this section of Iowa was becoming too densely he and one of his young loaded their wagons and never halted until they landed at West They were among the first and as the country de William was among the off men in his country land was cattle ranges reached almost to the Wyoming and the Roth holdings were totaled He was a frequent visitor here in these and finer type than Roth ever made his home in He has sons and daugh ters and and further down the He is in his 84th hardy as a Sioux but kind as was his good He and Trimpe visited over in the old German settlement around Old Johns every man and woman in the settlement were delighted to see him and feel his kindly It is now 60 years since he moved to and his string of is a long There are Roths in Cedar and Adolph Roth of Luzerne is a son of the late Dave a brother of He surely enjoyed this he promises to return in the early summer of the coming well be all here to give him a hearty Havner of Des Moines was a visitor in Williamsburg Fri day looking after his interests at the Journal NUPTIALS FRIDAY Miss Alice and Mr Myron Misbach were quietly wed at the rectory of Patricks chuTch Friday Augu t w TJ attendants were Thomas Hartm and Leo Schu macher brother and sister of the bride and and Andrew Hocker intimate friends of the bride and The bride and groom were attired in matched dark green with black shoes and The attend ants wore dark dresses and The bride is the youngest daugh ter of and Thomas Hartm living south of She was graduated from the Marengo High School and for the past four years has been employed in the Soils Conservation She was em ployed at the State Agriculture of fice in Des Monies for about two years and the balance of the time she has been with the Iowa county Soils Conservation now lo in She is a womanly young gifted with a lovable disposition and her friends are The groom is the youngest son of and Misbach of Sum ner He was graduated from the Williamsburg High School and for the past few years has been assisting with the extensive farm work at He comes of an out standing is equipped with a moral culture that is and his outstanding as a young citizen is accorded the highest possible rat The newlyweds left immediately after the ceremony on a trip to the Worlds Fair in New York City they will also visit with friends and rel atives in several of the eastern states and upon their return they will reside for the present with the par ents on the old home farm in to and and may the happiest amenities be always their BOY SCOUT APPEAL Williamsburg has been without a registered boy scout troop for a short The members of the local scout committee are interested in the movement and they are con cerned over the lack of interest in scouting which has prevailed among parents having sons of eligible Scouting is too valuable a scource of character and citizenship training to pass unnoticed and It provides a varied program of study and It affords an opportunity for boys to learn and practice the principles of cooperation in the com munity in which they Scouting offers to boys a healthy program of activity mor ally and If pursued the lines of scouting lead to self social and tne assumption of A scout troop is necessary to the life of scouting in this community To have a troop it is required that not less than eight boys duly regis ter Parents of boys who have reach ed the age of twelve are asked to Sow their interest in the preser Sn of scouting here by seeing sons are a The scoutmaster any receive troop set the committee E the application of boys foi and to remain scouts f morning York left eany 3 where York on visiting AUGUST 1939 WILLIAMSBURG SCHOOLS OPEN FOURTH The schools Williamsburg are marked to begin their activities on The last vacancy was filled this and the list of teachers is as follows Manl Glen and Douglas His Francis Coach and Science Music Virginia English Frances Home Magdeline Physical William High Margaret High Ruth High Nell 5th Grade Iowa irade Viola Center 3rd 3rade Ethel 46 2nd Sarah 1st WEDDING FOR MIDAUTUMN From the Iowa City Press Citizen we note that William Coast of Iowa announced the engage ment and approaching marriage of her Louise to Perry of Columbus son of Perry of The announcement was made at a family dinner Sunday at the home of those present being Perry and her Evelyn Thomas of Attorney Miss Miss Mary Ellen and the The announcement was of high social importance in Iowa and was followed by a series of other social engagements in honor of the coming marked for a date in Miss Coast is a graduate of from which she received her bachel or of arts and master of arts She is affiliated with Phi Gamma Delta social and has been successfully engaged in social first at later at Ottumwa and and at present is director of social welfare at Fair Atty Perry received his bachelor if arts and juris doctor degrees from the University of where he is a member of Phi Gamma Delta social He is now engaged in the practice of law at Columbus and is county attorney for Louisa Perry is a native of Williams is an outstanding young has already attained an envious position as an and his long list of Williamsburg friends extend sincerest DELEGATES STATE LEGION AUXILIARY Gatens and Leroy Osborn were dele to annual conven tion of the American Legion auxil iary department of held in Burlington August Miss Katherine of Ma rengo was an honored guest at the The was well and the Burlington Auxiliary were lavish in the treatment accorded to the JUNIOR FEDERATED CLUB The members of the Junior Feder ated Club on the loosing give the winners a Monday August 21 beginning at 8 oclock in the town All members are invited to attend IOWA DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY August Johnss Iowa will cele brate its Diamond The organization of Johns date to 1864 when Pastor then at Iowa founded the congregation with less than a dozen Johns was the only Lutheran in Iowa County at the Since then Immanuel Congre York and Trinity gations of Johns were Pauls of Williamsburg and Zions of Oxford also were indirectly founded by Today there are eight Lutheran congregations in Iowa affiliated with the Synod of and other Otto Beer s the present pastor of Johns Johns Christian also looks back on a history of sev Schuer first resident pastor of founded the school and was its teacher for fifteen From 1880 to 1916 Hild was its At present Reh mer is instructing the upper and Edward Merz teaches the primary A 24page booklet briefly relating he history of Johns in word and picture has been prepared and may 2 had at the time of the your copy while the supply Program August 1939 German Service at pastor of Johns 1915 will preach the serman English service at The President of the Iowa District East of The Miss ouri will be the English School Service at 8 The Herman who was a member of Johns before and while attending Seminary at will deliver the The Male the Mixed and the School Choir will render ap Weather the services will be held under the spacious shade trees on Johns Dinner and supper will be served by the ladies On August Johns Young Peoples Society will give an evening of Music and a play Solomon and other numbers will fill out pro gram which will begin at 8 oclock Pastor EDWIN AND RAYMOND SINN PILOTS YOUNGEST STOCKMEN It was in early a year that 500 head of choice feeding Here fords were shipped to Edwin and Raymond two young farmers of picked off a choice carload of these cattle and made their first venture as cattle The boys fed their purchase until Sunday of this week the cattle were shipped to The load averaged 1237 pounds and sold well up in the top brackets on Mondays Local cattle men rated the Sinn cattle as an extra well finished of smoth as and all so near ly alike that a single choice could be selected from the Congratulations to Edwin and Ray mond Pilots coming cattle and seasoned feeders declare that this from the Sinn boys takes the prize for uniformity in LEO SMITH HAD HIGH SCORING JERSEY In the scoring of the Jersey Senior and Grand at the All Iowa Fair at Cedar Rapids Mon day the junior champion was Sybils Design shown by Leo Smith and Clair Werner of
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