Brookfield Linn County Budget Gazette in Brookfield, Missouri
19 Apr 1937

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19 Apr 1937

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Brookfield Linn County Budget Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Brookfield, Missouri Emmig published every monday wednesday and Friday vol. Flu. No. 47. Brookfield Missouri monday april 19, 1937. The fam official program state convention april 22 to 24 budget briefs timely told soc a at a brother offended is harder to be won than a Strong City and their contentions Are like the bars of a Castle. A prov. 18 19. Imitating the race Between the Hare and the Tortoise the Missouri House of representatives will remain at Home this week to enable the Senate to catch up with the legislative National speakers to be Here program. Among the important measures disposed of by the House Are the appropriation Bills old age assistance Mach interest is being Manifest in the activities for the week hundreds of visitors from neighbouring cities have made registration speedier trains on Burlington Servey being made to remove Sharp curves and to Cut Down grades would Cut Down time of the american royals three to four hours present plans will not eliminate any stat ions on the main line a Quot bagasse Broo id Grove the Missouri sunday school Council is sponsoring Missouri s seventy first state convention to be held in the methodist episcopal Church Here thursday Friday and 22, 23 and 24. The theme will be a reaching the t the program arranged is notable because j Macon chronicle Herald j. E. Ausland who has recently moved to Macon and established offices in the Burlington station As Engineer official of the c. B. Amp q. Rail sales tax Gas tax allocation of school j Way spoke at a meeting of the tech funds and unemployment insurance. Nicas research society in Quincy i tuesday night. Or. Ausland is in All motion picture Heaters in Jas j charge of a Survey Twenty Miles East per county have been warned by pros and West of Here. The purpose of which ecu Ting attorney Charles r. Warden j is to make preparations for increase that they must discontinue Bank nights and screen programs holding that such programs were lottery. Ing the Speed of the american royals crack trains Between Chicago and Kansas City to ninety Miles an hour i and to clip the running time from meet our guests the sunday school i thirteen to tem and possibly nine the speakers chosen to address the j people who will be Here thursday i hours. Convention Are considered authorities with a Broad smile and make them in his speech on tuesday or. Aus just what the schedule would Call for Between Quincy and the two Termini of the line. In telling of the work he is doing. Will be hostess to Woodmen Circle by l. Simpson we have never acted often in the role of peacemaker but we witnessed a sight on the main Stem the other Day that almost put us in that cast.1 the peacemaker is usually turned up on and gets the worst of it and that convention is to be held in the Rois probably the reason we stayed in tory Hall on wednesday the background and merely bit our april 21 fingernails. Cooler Heads prevailed however and no damage was done. National speakers to be Here Xii Belling of me wont be is doing. J. _ ? or asians cols o what would you have done had you was made in 1991 near Macon when been in Pla Quot a Quot for a own nth come a Quot the Enny Tell manhandling Rex Baldwin on a Public Street a it. The track was lowered about 15 feet. After this Job was done the Burlington did not continue East and West from Macon with the reduction not Ning program will be open to the Public the streets had a Bath the other. Woodmen Circle members from because the work was not needed but est and we take off our chapeaux j because improvements were More needed elsewhere. The Engineer enumerated some of the improvements including the building of the present depot in Quincy in 1898 and 1900. When new tracks to the City dads for having done at the notary Hall wednesday the dust and wind were making a apr 21 lot a District convention. Condition that was far from pleas a a members of Brookfield Grove no. 3 in their various Fields. The convention this year promises to be one of unusual significance and is not for sunday school workers feel at Home in the Best town in North Missouri. Land cleared up speculation As to what the Burlington intended to do. None of the present stations on the main a the men whom i have seen sue-1 line Are to be eliminated so far. He alone. It is for All who Are interest edly in life a said Charles Kings said. Though rumours have circulated dollars. In the Church and its varied tasks. J Ley a have always been cheerful and to the contrary. Following is the official program for the three Day session thursday morning 9 30�?morning worship. Or. Sears f. Riepma. 10 00�?address, a what is the True Cost of crime a Dwight Brantley of Kansas City. 10 30�?address selected theme. 10 50�?special music Solo by War hopeful men who went about their j he said that surveys Are being made business with a smile on their faces i to remove Sharp curves and to Cut and took chalices and changes of their j Down grades and that the work will mortal life like men facing rough and i not be done if the Cost runs As High Ren Neal of the United Brethren j modern Days Calls for the utmost in Church. I Tell gence and courage on the part of 11 00�?address problems to be Pac parents. It is a tremendous challenged in a reaching the r. A. My in the novel a a tree grown Waite st. Louis. Straight a by Percy Marks we Are told 11 25�?address a working with oth a the life Story of Andy Ross from 1 As $50,000.000. When All the surveys Are completed the Cost will be figured and if it runs from $10.000.000 to $20.-000,000. Work would possibly Start in j 1038. It will take the rest of the year bringing up a boy or girl in these to finish the surveys and to determine smooth alike As it came and so found the truth of the old proverb that Good times and bad times and All times pass or or. Paul d. Eddy. 12 00�?adjournment. Thursday afternoon 1 30�?song service. 1 40�?address a the Public school and character or. Arty b. Tsmith Jefferson City. 2 10 separate conferences children a division Church school administration. Quot. Young Peoples division pastors. Adult vision. 4 30�?ad Joum ment. Thursday evening 7 30�?evening worship. Or. Sears f. Riepma. 7 50�?address a a what a the matter continued on Page 3 freight train derailed extra train 6108 was derailed in the West Brookfield Yards Early sunday morning. The train had just headed in from the West and was through the switch and the engine and six cars had passed safely Over when a car climbed the rail Frog and the rear trucks of the fifth car were torn Loose. After travelling a distance of approximately eight car lengths the two cars following were also derailed. One of the cars blocked the main line. In lieu of the wrecker the switch engine and Crew with the Aid of cables pulled the cars off to the South thereby Clearing the main line and allowing traffic on the same. Fortunately the cars that were derailed were empty automobile cars and there was very Little damage done. Saturday wedding miss Bonnie Catherine Coram of new Boston and or. Cleo Fabian a Baker of Brookfield were United in marriage at Linneus saturday evening april 17, 1937, at 5 30 of clock by judge a. 1�. Pratt. The attendants a were or. And mrs. Ernest Crist of Brookfield. Following the wedding the party motored to Marceline where a a wedding supper was partaken of. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Coram of new Boston and the Groom is the son of mrs. Mary head of this City. The newlyweds will make their Home in Kansas City where or. Baker has employment. The budget Gazette along with their Many Linn county friends extends Best wishes and congratulations. Babyhood to manhood and the part his parents played in shaping his character and personality. When he was a Young Man going away to College or. Ross gave Andy this advice a there will be temptations lots of them there Are bound to be. But we done to grow Strong by giving in or by running away. We continued on Page 2 soft Ball season the official entry Blanks by which you can appraise the Powers that be if you desire to participate in the coming soft Ball season Are in today s budget Gazette. We Are informed by Harry Ward that a very Active program has been outlined. The league this year will consist of six teams sponsored As usual by local merchants and games will be played on wednesday Friday and sunday nights. On wednesday nights one scheduled league game and one All Star game will be played. Friday nights two league games and on sunday nights an All Star game. Already Brookfield is firmly entrenched in the estimation of out of town teams and letters have been re tire Cost. New line is Uncertain at the present time it is Uncertain just where the new line will be. There is no doubt however that the tracks would be re located along certain stretches of the main line but so far the greatest distance they would have to be moved is 1600 feet the Engineer said. One station in Missouri would need to be moved possibly a Block if the present Survey stands he said. Missouri curves dangerous a the worst curves and grades Are in Missouri it was stated. At present the crack fliers can take some of the curves at Only forty five mile an hour. The curves axe too dangerous for a Speed the american royals Are expected to make. All other main lines have Zephyr trains flashing Over them. None has been put in service Between Chicago and Kansas City because of the curves or. Ausland said. If and when the Shorter schedule is put into effect the american royals would make their greatest Speed in the reduced time in Missouri because most of the right of Way on this Side of the River is in much better condition for faster service. The american royals Are among the finest trains operated by the Burlington. And now clip the 262 Miles to Chicago in about five and one half. Hours and to Kansas City in Apper Cei Ved for games from Soh we ins the swifts and the Hottentots the coloured Champion softball team of the world. This team has a reputation that entitles them to this claim and they have a babe Ruth on this team that last year smacked out 78 Home runs. With the Advent of warm weather. Even j. Alexander is showing signs of activity and we know this presages a successful season. The season will be formally opened on Friday May 14. The schedule and the team sponsors and other information will be published in wednesdays paper. Mately seven hours. R. R. Newlon local division freight and passenger agent in answer to a question said it could not be stated at this time ant and so when the natives got up i hostess. The other morning and came to their1 prominent women on the program xxx Gnu 1wu. A Hen new daily tasks and the streets were free include mrs. Ferguson a were Laid. Or. Ausland went into de from dirt and debris. Solny and Lonal do Ector and state manager Tail concerning the new interlocking clean the citizens silently gave thanks. I prances Ferguson National rep system at Galesburg improvements at As yet some of the dirt that was nent Tiv and ? a Lacrosse and other Points on the sys Cessa Rily thrown up on the sidewalks Man Cook Metner of Nav tem in Illinois which Cost millions of and passageways has not been removed by the store owners and shop keepers some of whom Are not As diligent As the City dads in trying to keep the town spotless. Explains other changes changes in equipment including the construction of streamlined trains and the flashing zephyrs were explained in detail. In telling of the location of a better line in Missouri so the trains can be seeded up to ninety Miles an hour and the time Cut to ten hours or less. Or. Ausland said a we who Are working on this project Are enthused about it. After years of working with 2 or 3 degree curves j sweeper s can. And sharper we Are at last working with curves of i degree and less the radius of which is a mile or More with one rail elevated feet for ninety Miles an hour trains. A the streamlined train has brought us the kind of a Railroad we have always dreamed about something to warm the heart of every Engineer. When making the changes in Grade we do not make a drop but put in from 1000 to 2000 feet of a vertical curve for each i per cent of dealing with the Cost of the proposed changes or. Ausland said a but. After a Good line has been i town. He says you have to go to Hla Smith president Trenton Fot mul constructed and put into oper by of ready a mrs. Corda Black auditor Graham action it must be paid for by addition j App a be of Nome Burg. A town Mise to to Toner de it jul in a1 Revenue. The business that our Able a Jay or we dependence and. Mrs. Pauline Reick traffic representatives get can not be autos pictures shows and Springview outer Sentinel. Plenty of activities of a social . A a _ very few Idle men and something do i a a _ ing. This live wire has accumulated senator Narry Truman very Little of this world s goods but on station we of tonight you like to have him around it makes some practical joker or some night owl who had one too Many deposited a five foot Snake in the Middle of main Street and never did come Back to claim it. It attracted a great Deal of attention from the passersby and finally it went to rest in the Street we met two natives of very divergent views yesterday. One was bemoaning the fact that the old Home town was not what it used to be and was slowly going to the Bow wows he is a rather elderly gent who has not been out of Linn county since the st. Louis worlds fair. Never spends a cent except for food and fodder and when he passes on his passing will not cause any flags to hang at half Mast. The other gent is a Little Young Tohal legislative committee and state president All of st. Louis. Mrs. Louise Loomis st. Joseph District president is in charge of plans for the convention and will preside Over the sessions. Mrs. Alice Clements is chairman of the local committee on arrangements assisted by mrs. Mae Crandall and mrs. Adelia Stevenson. The convention program will include exemplification of the ritualistic work a business session talks by National and state officers and a school of instruction. The evening program will be open to the Public. District officers who will fill the stations for the ritualistic meeting Are mrs. Loomis president miss Ferguson vice president mrs. Hedwig Beihl Secretary mrs. Louise Henze treasurer mrs. Mildred Nehring and mrs. Josephine Slubowski auditors mrs. Elizabeth to amp us attendant mrs. Etta Whorlow. Musician or. Ben Taal Captain mrs. Minora Meadows Junior counsellor and Bernice Naumann reporter All of by. Joseph., j mrs. Marie Cunningham assistant or. Has occasion to travel some and attendant and Hilda is is always glad to get Bac to the Oldi a strict Chaplin Kaimis cloy. Held just by Good engineering smooth track fast comfortable air conditioned trains but just As much by courteous Well dressed trainmen and hostesses. Zephyr trains now have hostesses whom we think of As having originated with the air lines. Officially they j. D. Reddick president of the research society presided. Members asked Many questions of the engineers concerning train service and other Railroad engineering work. Or. Ausland incidentally does not spend All his time when not surveying lines in pouring Over maps. He is interested in literary work and recently sold a War Story to the saturday evening Post. Which will be published in november. You feel a Little better off than you senator Harry s., Truman s address would feel normally. In a a music Hal of the municipal i auditorium at Kansas City tonight Well. The bicycles Are gone and wil1 broadcast Over the Kansas City there no stage exhibition except a ters Acbo station a a Daf. The the one that Stev Ekins made of the broadcast will Start at 8 30 of clock writer when they were Given away. We Brookfield time. Brookfield masons conferred degrees a District convocation of the Central association Royal Arch masons was held Friday april 16, 1937, at Carrollton Missouri with George Wash mrs. Thomas Butler compliments school Friend being the tallest boy in the crowd according to Steve did the drawing and two Young folks were made Happy. Drexel Forkner son of or. And mrs. Ernest Forkner. Drew the boys bicycle and Betty Hamilton daughter of or. And mrs. Ernest Hamilton Drew the girl There were Many disappointed youngsters in the crowd but their grief was More than Over balanced by the Joy of the two winners. Senator Truman who is one of the strongest supporters of president free Auto one of the biggest contests Ever held in this Section of the state will As with luncheon thursday afternoon a not by Alhambra Calif Post advocate mrs. Thomas g. Butler entertained Rinehart Powell Ralph Rinehart and miss Vera Powell were United in the holy Bonds of Matrimony last saturday at Macon. The marriage was performed by the Rev. Alfred Munyon of the Christian Church of that place. They will make their Home in Laclede where the Groom is employed by Paul Johnson. The budget Gazette joins with their Many friends in wishing them a Happy married life. For Sale misses Gray coat suit silk and Cotton dresses like new. Cheap Small adze. Also quilt tops at 551 South main. C47 Eleanor Howe a homemakers Exchange every tuesday and thursday at 10 45 a. In. Over station Knox st. Louis. C48 ask your grocer for Wilson s Best flour. To miss Smith to Jefferson City miss Marion Smith left for Jefferson City sunday where she assumes her new duties As stenographer to mrs. W. W. Henderson executive director of the Missouri state children a Bureau. Miss Smith is a graduate of the Brookfield High school and Chillicothe business College and will make Good in her new position As do All Brookfield boys and girls when they leave Home. She is the eldest daughter of or. And mrs. James p. Smith. Theater. Your Choice of a Ford or operation of Twenty Brookfield merchants whose names appear in this Issue. It is such an easy manner in which to win a car that undoubtedly her Home. 1823 South Stoneman ave in ton chapter no. 24. The services Hue. Complimenting her school wend j a a torn Btte is furnished began at 4 30 p. In and continued from Brookfield mo., mrs. Ben r mme fortunate h the c0 through the evening. There was a Woodlief. Business meeting and open forum and other guests of mrs. Butler were then a banquet held in the gymnasium mrs. Lida l. Bake and miss Mattie of the Carrollton High school after Litts of Long Beach. Which a concert program was Given. Corsages of Jonquil and Fern this Wal prove tho�tt��?o�ve�?�7o n the Temple program started at 7 45 the places at the luncheon table Eyer stage Ltd at the Carrollton Temple with w. R. Quot Bich was entered with a bouquet with every Twenty five cent Pur Painter giving the address of Welcome of Jonquil Jonquil and Pussy Willows j Chast it or on your following this was the introduction decorated the rooms. By you receive a ticket which goes of the grand High priest and other the guests spent the afternoon in j Inu the huge at the Degraw grand chapter officers. At 8 15 the formally in reminiscing. Theater and a ticket will be drawn Royal Arch degree was conferred by and the car Given away absolutely Linn chapter no. 41 of Brookfield coming coming coming on saturday june 26. Under the direction of George c. Mar the annual graduation Rush at the there is a wide variety of Merchan quis grand lecturer r. A. My a of mis Gres studio has started. Last week Dise and merchants represented in the Souri. Shooting of the individual members we Uke this Means of caning the personnel of the degree team of the Large Brookfield class began. Your attention to the fact that if you the Eastern Sar will observe the from Brookfield was As follows h. P., tuesday Twenty one members of the j Are not now a subscriber to the Eastern Star meeting official visit of the District Deputy grand Matron mrs. Bernice Kelley with a covered dish dinner tomorrow evening at six of clock in the masonic Temple. The regular chapter meeting will begin at eight of clock and will consist of the Complete routine of ceremonies in Honor of mrs. Kelley who is from Linneus. There will be a number of guests from Bucklin Marceline and Linneus. New Stock of Wall paper Hie demand has been so great that our Stock of Wall paper has been completely exhausted and we have just received a Large shipment of new designs these Are the latest in design and pattern and you should Call and see them before purchasing. North Missouri lumber co. C47 for rent Small improved Grain farm. Chaa. Ii. Jones. And Stock 047 scribe w. W. Cowan c. H., a w. And Many other out of town classes Kukkuck p. S., John Bayhouse r. Are awaiting their turn during the a. C., Perle Ferguson third veil Geo. I next four weeks. May 9 is mothers a. W. Kurfiss King f. Mccue Bucklin class have an appointment j budget Cazette a subscription will entitle you to several chances on this Beautiful car also. If you Are one of the few that Are in arrears and feel so inclined at this time to bring your subscription up to Date it will be a very pleasing manner in which to participate in this free contest. The merchants in the other various lines All of which Supply some need of yours Are of operating to make this one of the biggest and Best contests Ever staged. Mcnish second veil w. W. Kukkuck first veil Leroy Crane chaplain r. L. Wheeler and lecturer r. L. Wheeler. For Sale Beautiful red mahogany dining room suite Cedar lined drawers mahogany Chiff Onier Dresser and other household furniture. Porcelain lined 100-Pound White Mountain refrigerator. 423 pleasant Street. Leaving town this week. Day. Everyone wishing gift portraits of Mother for them most have sittings made this month in the next ten Days. Phone t72 for appointment c your credit is Good repair and improve your properties credit is available. No Down payment one to five years to pay. T. R. Walsh lumber co. C48 Clarkson Beauty shop Beautiful ringlet permanents $1.00. On our comfortable new All automatic machines. Machine less permanent guaranteed $2.50 and up. Genuine Frederick wave $4 95 All better permanents at reduced prices. Phone 113. Ct9 for Sale straight Timothy Hay threshed Timothy Hay baled. Walby bros., Meadville. next time try a want and. Ask your grocer for qua on a Best floor. U for Sale Dodge Victory six five passenger Coupe. Near new tires extra clean wire wheels and trunk. Cash $135. See at 423 pleasant Street. for Sale Reid a yellow Dent seed Corn tested 98, dubbed and shelled $3.00 Bushel. Gus Straub seven Miles Southeast at Day in Brookfield Brunswick senator Harry Truman ii. Roosevelt a Federal Coart plan will speak on that subject tonight. Arriving at Kansas City from Washington he said the president is certain to win in the plan to increase the number of members on the supreme court Bench and that a majority of the senators were pledged to the plan. There is no question about the House of representatives which is said to be overwhelmingly with the pro Sid Ait in support of his court plan. Col. W. A. Scanlon one of Linn county a most Loyal supporters of the president and a number of other local democrats will journey to Kansas City to hear or. Truman. Apology to editor Butts we take this Means of offering apologies to editor Butts of the Marceline news. We read in his Good paper of the opening of the Marceline poet office and it was so interesting that we published it in its entirety and neglected to give his paper credit. We take this Means of giving him credit it was a Good article. Somebody a birthday somebody is going to have a Bird watch this saturday. A

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