Adams County Free Press Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1920, Page 5

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Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Corning, Iowa Adams county Union Republican wednesday june 23 1920 Corning markets corrected every wednesday hides09 Cornsi 73 ear hens old roosters ducks Bauer eggs is is 5 12 5c 32 cream50 Pat cows 1000 Soo lambs 1200 17w weather report following is the weather report for the past week As shown by the government thermometer at the Home of Jerome Smith observer for this local Ity Mas Llin june 1g 79 60 june 37 71 53 june is 72 51 june 19 70 51 june 20 67 55 june 21 17 51 june 21 77 51 june 22 78 49 was a Trace of rain on the 16th 19th 21st and of of an Inch of rainfall on the 20th improvements w b Ankeny is making some improvements in his residence in the form of new win Dows a Bath room and other necessities v new awnings the Turner store that of f w Hill and the Post office Are All putting tip new awnings this week now if they just had some new sidewalks College Leon Humbert is Home from Ames he has been attending College and will spend the vacation with his parents or and Mobe l Humbert to 3irs 0 b Hawley and daughter departed last thursday evening for Bozeman Mont will spend the summer at the Home of mrs Hawleys brother diet Purdum a daughter mrs c h Bryant has received announcement of the birth of a Little daughter to sir and airs Charles g Jonaway of Detroit the Little one arrived on the 14th oif june or Conaway is a son of a c con away of out City and a brother of mrs Bryant breeders William Trade Down of it Etna went to san Angelo Texas the latter part of last we Etc to attend the special meeting of the american Angora record association june 22d he will also attend the Texas Goat and sheep association meeting at same place on the 24th of this month mrs Kennedy Dan Ken Nedy or and sister Margaret were called to Excelsior Springs 316 last thursday their Mother mrs Dan Kennedy St had fallen Down stairs breaking hip Bone mrs Ken Nedy and husband and daughter miss is Ellie had been at the Springs for three weeks taking treatment 3irs Kennedy Many friends will regret to learn of this Accident going Rev and mrs e a Moore expect to Start next monday on a trip to the Pacific coast they will go to Payette Idaho for a visit with mrs Hall k Wallace a sister of or Moore thence to Portland Ore on business and from there to los an Geles and Beach cat where the parents of or Amoore reside they expect to be absent about a month it will a Fine vacation trip for them picnic the company known As the Christmas Bunch will enjoy a Pic Nic this evening on the Lawn at the Home of or and mrs Nate Church mrs Church has been sick for a Long time and her friends Are delighted to Snow that she has gained sufficiently to be Able to enjoy a gathering this nature the same company had a Happy time at the j e Anderson Home recently except that mrs Church was not Able to attend slue the congregation at the Federated Church last sunday morning were pleased to have the Opportunity of hearing Carlton cum mings in a Fine Solo or is one of the vocal instructors in the new England conservatory of music in Boston one of the greatest institutions of the kind in the world the gentleman and his family arrived in Corning last Friday evening or Cummings left monday morning Lor Howe Nebr where he will visit his parents mrs Cummings and Mas Ter George Are guests at the Home o mrs Cummings parents g Vav Iii dentist Biggar build ing the talk of the town is the wrest match also our cleaning and g the Pant orium c fat once and see the Beautiful Feather hats and Ostrich hats Aso Collar ettes to match in f dress t is also Organ die and lace hats a attend the big picnic at Edgewood Stee mrs Downing will help you Al i ing Iowa july 5 notice my office will be closed from june Jatowt met All coloured hats now sell1 ing at on half Price and Al White hats on third off come Early and get your Choice of these bargains mrs Mayme grouse la a j Parker to Clearmont Nebr last Satur a she went to see her son Mil Ord Parker grocery store of Hilj Law was Given a new coat of Black and red paint this week it makes the building look Fine at jazz orchestra of his City furnished the music for the dance at it Etna last monday even no the boys Are to play a cres on tonight we understand they furnish Fine music for dancing from Hannah Lloyd f Canton 111 is Here visiting in the some of or and mrs Frank Weaver mrs Lloyd is an aunt of airs Weaver she has visited in our City on for Mer occasions and her friends Are glad 0 Welcome her again to s Lyons and lit be grandson Richard Williams also Ler daughters miss Alice Lyons and irs p e Bullock and son Kobert rent to Logan last thursday to visit he Fred Newcomb family they made the trip by Auto class evening of ast week the graduating class of 1918 1 the Corning High school enjoyed a Union at the James Keefe Home Outh of Corning sixteen members if the class were present present had a big time from saturday Mrad mrs de Gauthier and e e leh Nen a toed to Excelsior Springs to hey went to accompany mrs Leiden ome mrs Lehnen has not been enjoying real Good health and had spent everal Days at the Springs the Arety returned Home the Early part f this week Forest from mrs o r Rederick to mends in Corning tells t their fighting Forest firms around hem at the ranch near Glennie Valieh the fire struck their locality n decoration Day and for three Days and nights they fought the flames mends Are glad to know they re All right now a and mrs Rex Odell of Rush Colo Are announcing the Arival of a Little son at their Home on thursday the 17th of june the lit be fellow tipped the Scales at 8 funds he has been christened Bud Eugene mrs Odell was formerly Liss Cora Cooper needless to say he grandparents Here Are feeling mighty Poud to Cornelia Stevenson who has been attending College in Evanston i1l was a guest a few Days t the 1w l Camp Home in our City left tuesday of this week for her Omeia Price Utah Sarah Camp accompanied miss Stevenson and will Pend the summer in Price with her ister mrs Charlotte Stevenson the Ravelero expect to Stop for a Short Ime in Omaha and Denver repairing l hum Cert is looking after some repairs on tie residence of his Mother mrs Marie Humbert on Grove Avenue we understand Ernest expects to move o the property in Corning this fall it will continue to look after his Arm in Jasper township the Resi Dence is receiving a new coat of Saint and is put in Fine condition with mrs Dessie Cook pastor of the Christian Church Las been enjoying a Short vacation the ast few Days she was called to is Moines on a business Mission and torn there went to Wisconsin to visit Ler parents who live near Bloom City irs Cooks son Leland has been t the Home of his grandparents for ome time there was no preaching ervice last sunday at the Christian Hurch on account of the absence of frs Cook sold s Spencer has old his restaurant in Corning to l 3 Woodmansee of Cumberland Possession will be Given the new pro Krietor on july 1st or Woodman be was one of the unfortunate Busi Ness men who was burned out in the in fire at Cumberland last week however his loss was covered by in Urance and he came to this Good own to again engage in business his Amily a wife and daughter will move Here in the near future having Ooms Over the restaurant Jim Junn says or Woodmansee is a Fine Ellow in every sense of the word and we Are glad to have him come to orning or Spencer will probably go up to his farm in Dakota e w Gilles b Gillet of his City received a message monday of this week that his brother e w Gillet had passed away at his Home n Forsyth Mont or Gillet has been ill for a Long time and for Sev eral weeks his condition has been critical or Gillett was for years one of the leading citizens of this Community being engaged in the Mercan Ile business Here As a member of the firm of Gillet Bros Anderson he was one of tie Active members of the ocal m e Church was interested in he masonic Lodge and one of the Best citizens of our Community Many friends in this county regret to earn of his death reception to relatives complimentary to or Millard Homan and his Bride was held at the Home of or and mrs Earl Bassett in Corning last Friday evening a Large number of relatives of or Homan were pres ent during the evening miss Glenn Vray Sang and ice Cream strawberries and Angel food cake were served the newly married couple had arrived in Corning the evening before and found awaiting them at the Tram a Small truck decorated and with a Large placard Reading or Homans private car the couple were seated in this conveyance by their friends and taken to the ice Cream social at the Arthur Leonard Home South of town everybody enjoyed the stunts pulled off for the Benefit of the Bride and Groom to celebrate in Corning july 5th have your clothes ready bring them in now 2b2 the Pant orium buy hardings ice Cream at the res All store miss Cole May foe found at the c w Lee Home second door North mra Kia sons residence she will accept a few More pupils in her music class just nicely started she is Mak ing a specially of instructions to new pupils phone 2s7 big Adams county Corning invites the citizens of Adams and adjoining territory to participate in the festivities of Independence Day by attending a big picnic dinner at Edgewood Lake winners at noon and by taking part in the after Noons program of sports each township is invited to organize and attend in groups All during the War Adams county was organized and cooperated by township units on every drive lets All meet once More and renew old acquaintances see old friends and enjoy a real old fashioned july fourth picnic Edgewood Lake is one of the most Beautiful places in southwestern Iowa come and enjoy yourself music All Day by Corning band free Coffee will be furnished for All program july 5 1920 forms in Park band accompaniment floats arranged for toy ladies at Lake including minstrels and music and four minute speeches to Haight Prehn Parcaut h s Ora tors and citizens dinner games at fair grounds two game for one admission sports at Lake races prizes firemen Flag race special prizes boys foot races under 11 yrss300 boy foot races under 13 yrs 300 foot races under 16 yrs 300 foot races under 21 yrs300 free for All 300 aliens backwards 300 Knapsack 600 real fat men v 300 girls foot race under 10 yrs 300 girls foot race tinder 12 yrs 300 girls foot race under 16 yes 300 girls foot race Over 16 yrs Soo red headed girls 300 thread the Needle boy and girl 300 Best biscuit eaters 300 kid boxing bout in 300 girls boxing bout 300 kids Battle Royal Clown boxing bout diving for dollars in chinning Contesti ladies Nail driving300 tug of War East Side county is West Sidebo cigars 700 500lb kid Pony race 500 ponies must be in Parade great water carnival swimming 50 yes boys under 11 years 300 swimming 50 yes boys under 14 yrs 300 swimming 100 yes boys under 20 yrs 300 swimming 100 yes boys Over 20 yrs 300 free for All across lake500 for 100 yes on Back arms folded 300 for 40 yes carrying lighted Candle 300 for barrel race 300 for Tab race 300 free for Baloon race 300 free for for Dis Tance 300 free for and fancy diving 800 whale Hunt teams of 600 also water base Ball Riding the bucking barrel walking the Trail of the Slippery rail playground base Ball and other games provided for on land two 0000 Ball games at the fair grounds for those who no not care to take part in the sport program two Ball games will be played at the fair grounds at 2 p m admission two games 50c also free band concert free movies speaking and vocal music during the evening Corning citizens Are asked to please decorate their houses also ail Are re Quested to decorate their cars to my w h Scott and children James Elbert and Virginia of s d left tuesday for a sit in it Ayr before going to their Home they had spent five weeks with sirs Scotts father Tipton Lucas and other relatives and friends in this Vicinity Friday evening Rev and mrs w c Miles entertained the Young people of the Federated Church at the parsonage there was a goodly number of the Young people present and a pleasant time was spent playing games and doing various stunts Light refreshments were served visited and mrs Henry Garner came Home monday from an Over sunday visit with rela Tives in Shenandoah and red Oak they were guests of or garners Sis Ter mrs Totten in Shenandoah and at the Home of their daughter mrs Frante Alexander in red oaf of and mrs Alexander expect to move to Clarinda where Frank has a position with a poultry firm or Latimer dentist Biggar build ing buy handing ice Cream at the Rex All store we can clean and press Tours be fore july 4th bring them Early the Pant orium before trying to celebrate the fourth of july bring your Radiator to us for repairs we fix them right Corning Auto Radiator repair shop in Leonard went i to Creston tuesday he is taking treatment at a Hospital there for a new Days Lawn Marguerite Magrath entertained the Young Folk of Jie Junior daughters of Isabella order wednesday evening of last week at the pleasant Home of her parents or and mrs John Magrath at a Lawn party about eighteen were present a Happy evening was the verdict of All ice Cream and cake were enjoyed in Shenandoah miss Genevieve Widner was Over from Shenandoah for an Over sunday visit with her parents or and sirs f m Widner miss Genevieve is attending summer school in Shenandoah she expects to teach in Lincoln township this fall miss Dorothy Widner who graduated at grinned College was Home sunday Sha went to Shenandoah monday with miss Genevieve miss Dorothy will probably teach in the Shenandoah schools next year wanted to hire a horse or a horse and buggy for two or three months if Lotf have same write Box 191 Corn ing Iowa youll enjoy the fourth better it your clothes Are clean bring them now to the Ipanto Riim one of our readers informs us there is an stray Pony at his place the owner May secure same by calling at this office proving property and pay ing for this notice Call 77 when you need printed matter to our new and permanent Loca Tion first door South of the Biggar co we will be pleased to meet you in our new Home make it yours when in town co ways furniture undertaking

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