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Williamsburg Shopper (Newspaper) - October 19, 1939, Williamsburg, Iowa HOME LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY NEWSPAPER IN IOWA Official County and City OCTOBER 1939 3 School Masters Meet Here October 12 The School Masters held a meet ing in the high school in burg on Thursday October The meeting was preceded by a dinner served at the East ide The attendance included the male teaching staffs in the high schools and the grammer grades of the town schools of Iowa The Amana school was not repre Miss County Superin delivered a very compre covering of arranged for a campaign for Tuberculosis Educations by visual This program will be a moving picture liet My People Live and be shown Williamsburg Fri day of this Tompkins gave an talk on A program for Safty Tompkins has al ready established his reputation as a high authority on Safety This was followed by an and the of games The occasion was marked with real and contributions to this value were present were McCurdy Coach and North and Coach Mc Coach and Supt and Miss John McSweeney and Coach Joe Keoppel and Coach v Coach Run and Turner of the Williamsburg ROBERT PARRY HERE OVER SUNDAY Robert for some tune filling a position in special office through which he collects the sale and use tax due from the consumers of Cedar Rapids arid its adjacent came down Saturday even ing and enjoyed the period until Sunday with his Parry is an employee of the sales tax office in Des and as a move to lessen the work in the Des Moines office toe is assigned the task of collecting the sales and use tax originating in Cedar He has his own and the system works as smoothly as a keel through the and at a real saving to the The combined income from the sales and use tax is increasing all the since this use tax becomes a levy every purchased out side of Iowa for use in Col lections on all such at once discourages the mail order buy and directly increases the in come from local The local merchants enjoy a growing sales ac and the system is revealing a constantly mounting The popularity of Parry is Bowing in Cedar Rapids with the increase in the local sales of the and this is why Bob farry is held in such high esteem toy the local Irvin Schooly Home Iowa Agricultural Conservation The Iowa county agricultural con servation is the title of the new set up amend the former AAA which was invalidated by the supreme It is under this later pro vision that all the money that comes to Iowa farmers through acreage allotments and soils the big task that is now being handled in the Williamsburg office the committee of the above named This committee has for its chair man Roy A Denzler and the annual meeting was held in town hall on Wednesday of last The officers elected were as fol lows A Wash ington Carl vice Iowa third Hartford first Greene Ben second Pilot Voting Delegates Harry Truman Tom Green Honey Carl Henry Milford Ben Earl Roy The Clerical Force The clerical force is made up of the following Margaret Helen Bishop Noreen Lois and Annette Fesler all of Marengo and Irene A group of high class skilled in typing and stenography and familiar with all phases of the work is the assurance to the public that the work of the clerical is Miss Alice also of Ma was in the list until a short time ago when she became Myron Misbach of Sumner and her home is on the Misbach farm in She was the senior in the group of and was well In its organization meeting the county committee selected Zentmire and Faltin son as treasurer for the Each of these is a Farmers Savings Bank To Pay 8th Dividend resident receiver the old Williamsburg savings tells us on Oc tober he distribute the 8th 10 per cent dividend on the Farmers bank of and that the checks will be ready this This is a bit of news that will be fully appreciated by the holders of these old Gatens has made a most commendable record in the handling of those old hangover accounts in banks that became in The is pleased to give publicity to this good ia who was a patient J the hospital for nearly three taking treatment Buries sustained when from we car in which he came nome Saturday where he is now from the needed rest re quired from his fractured j inured member is in its second and some time will be before a Permanent is Mrand Maynard Starks Momes business visitors 1 Ai Open House for Li brary A will be served in the townhall on the day between the hours above as an Open House feature of the Williamsburg Library This is a benefit feature for the Williamsburg Community and the community should feel the urge to be present at this This is your and its benefit is for you and and the in terest you take in the library should redound to your Attend this Silver Tea next Fri look over the your commendations or your criticisms will be GUESTS TO NEIGHBORING CHAPTERS Regular meeting of was held in the Masonic hall Friday evening with about eighty in at Guests were present from and Initiation followed the business with a quartette of Jeanette Luella O and Edwards furnishing the At the close of the evening a two course luncheon was served by a committee Irene Edwards as Defeats High 19 to 36 In their first two mile run of the overwhelmed University last years two mile state by a sweeping core of 19 to Williams burgs star took an easy Kent of High was far behind and Jones were bunched closely to gether for the next four On Saturday cross country team will compete in the state two mile and will try to bring more laurels to fine Excellent Rating For Junior Federated Club The Williamsburg Junior Clubs program for the year was ranked excellent in the program judging contest at the Federation of Clubs Convention at Mount Pleasant The Public Welfare of which Mrs Clarence Smith of Williamsburg is a district commit won the Exhibit Prize in the Federation Blue Book The exhibits prepared by the various committeewomen to show the of their years work Fall Planting In Town Hall Parking Hattie Tanner of the Wil secured from he town council the contract to ornament the parking fronting own hall she purchased the order or this from the Snyder Nursery at The order came this accompanied by and Tanner furnish ed as his able assit The planting was made and the pretty parking goes into winter a variety of plants that are already accorded a becoming variety of The planting includes and the Meyer Juni with a fine display of The plants are of mature and the Snyder Bros grew them their own one of the best and most reliable in Later this a planting of tulips will be The investment is a fine and lends an attraction to the town hall that is most More Parity Checks Received Treasurer of the county announces the receipt during the latter part of last week of 343 more parity checks totaling There are yet some applications to be heard from but that will be converted into checks before GOVERNMENT BINS AT EIGHT STATIONS Government shelled storage bins for Iowa county corn are now located at North South Victor and A recently received shipment sup plied much needed additional space other shipments are MISS MARGARET MORRIN VISITING IN ARIZONA Miss Margaret Morrin of the Farmers Trust and Savings Bank left on a vacation trip to where is visit ing at of and John Hill the former Miss Morrin sister of Miss Mar She will be absent two weeks SUNDAY GUESTS OF MRS Quests at the home of Asquith Sunday were her sister Lida Walker and Allan from Des and her Ekstrom and husband oj Rock and an Ida Wheaton from San Cal Ten High Patrons of York Creamery Ten high patrons of York Coop creamery for the month of Septem ber were as follows Fred Webster Fred Boland Fred Gingerich Williams Henry 2976 George Wardenburg Herman Maas of Iowa township was a business v i ft Nuptial Saturday Miss Cornelia daughter of and of became the fride of William son of and William of Middle A mana Saturday with Wil liam Heinze officiating as Following the ceremony a recep tion was held at the Zuber home with 100 guests sharing the The graduate of Amana high attended Coe College where she was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority was active in is associated with the Cleveland Indians baseball Mr and Zuber will make their home in Gallaher Injured in Fall tihe popular depot agent of over at the Masonic Hall and when coming down the he slipped on the third step from the bottom and a badly sprained ankle But is recovering was back at his work and is pleased that he escaped a fractured Every man in town is a friend of if the friends were granted their Gallaher would recover hurt on the instant it CLASS Tihe adult homemaking class will meet Wednesday at in the high Consumer buyers will form ulate standards of buying table and If you wish to identify the fiber of an un known bring it to to be CONROY VISITORS HERE MONDAY Fred Maas of ac companied by her Kam visiting here from were in town and visited at the Albert daughters Bernard Sane cot
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