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Brookfield Linn County Budget Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Brookfield, Missouri Jai Aux Vlaj 1�, Ivo 1. Linn county budget Gazette Page three putting dad on the spot official program state convention april 22 to 24 news of the High school the vocal department under the direction of miss Helen Ross will present a program of glee clubs choruses quartets trios and sextet on Friday april 30, at 8 of clock in the High school auditorium. Three advanced and three beginning typists will be chosen to attend the Kirksville contests beginning april 23. The eligible advanced typists Are Cunningham Cotter Huffman Miller and Mcgregor the beginning typists Cassidy Allen Blunt and Smith. The pupils of miss snows fifth Grade who were not absent or tardy for the past six weeks Are Ruth Bainer Jerry prime Wilber Welch Betty Stinson Dale Owings Doris Jean Fisher Warren Hoover Shirley Condon Helen Burroughs Maurice Grubble Henrietta Drescher Phillip Johnson Belva re Hensley Maxine Stone Zebedee Woodward James Moore Renee Smith Harold Swain Edward Welch Marilyn Proctor Carol Almond Carol Crandall Jack Campbell Catherine wild Milton Walker and Mary Walker. The pupils of miss snows fifth Grade having perfect spelling records for the last six weeks Are Warren Hoover and Perry prime. The pupils who missed Only one to three words Are Ruth Bainer Shirley Condon Betty Stinson Doris Jean Fisher Helen Burroughs Henrietta Drescher Phillip Johnson Jane Taylor Maxine Stone and May Pickens. A ten word spelling test was Given to the students of mrs. Kaylor a English classes. The words Given Are considered the most difficult words in the English language and the ones most frequently missed. The words were Embarrass harass vilify rarely inoculate innuendo supersede desiccated picnicking and plague. At the senior class meeting held in the shorthand room tuesday Henry Williams read the formal invitation from the Junior class and miss Kranz inviting the senior class and miss Venable to the Junior senior banquet to be held in the High school gymnasium May 3. The girls glee club gave a program in Assembly last wednesday morning. The girls quartet Sang a the Skylark song a a and after this the glee club Sang a Green cathedrals and a june is in my the Brookfield High school spelling team Defeated the Shelby team in a match held at the Degraw theater april to. The Brookfield team was Jeanne Allen Geraldine Beebe Neva Neal Mary Helen Ford Laura Belle Payne John Burch Paul Crookshank Billy Wilson Donald Martin and Warren Kirk. A dissociation so was the hardest word of the match with seven of the Brookfield team and six of the Shelby team going Down on this word. The members of or. Jaquiss physics class had a Field Day wednesday morning when they visited the c. B. So q. Roundhouse the ice Plant and Mcallister a Creamery. The tour was conducted through the Roundhouse by or. Mccue master machinist who demonstrated the various Metal work in tools such a lathes Metal plan ers thread cutters and the Drill press. He also demonstrated the automatic Stoker used in the Large locomotives. From the Roundhouse the class went to the ice Plant where they went through the machinery room and the cold storage department. The morning was climaxed by a trip Artichoke planting through the untiring Energy of Riley Pankey the Linn county Farmers have become Artichoke minded be latter part of the week hundreds of pounds of artichokes were distributed to Farmers in Linn county ten of whom Are giving one half acre and continued from Page i j with us Quot a or. Albert e. Bailey Chi a ago. I 8 20�?music and drama Anthem Forward be our watchword episcopal vested choir. Duet. A shark. Hark my soul a Mes a Dames Fred Fay and w. H. Wilson of i the Christian Church. 9 30�?closing prayer. Friday Momi if Jim a 9 30�?morning worship. Or. Sears f. Liepina. 9 30�?address Quot How does Good character develop a a or. Eugene s. Briggs. Columbia. 10 00�?short address a what contributions to moral and spiritual development can be made by the 4-h clubs or. R. H. Ember son. Columbia. The Home demonstration services miss Amy Kelley Columbia. The Parent teacher association the state health department men s and women a clubs a Geo. E. Howard Brookfield. Discussion led by or. Paul d. Eddy. 11 00�?recognition of achievements. H. W. Becker Kirkwood. 12 00�?closing prayer. Rev. M. Nilsson Brookfield. Friday afternoon 1 30�?separate conferences 4-h clubs or. R. H. Emberson. Children a division. Young Peoples division. Adult division. Church school administration a. Larger schools. B. Smaller schools. Vacation and week Day Church schools or. Paul d. Eddy. 3 30�?re-assemble. Election of officers. 3 50�?address a the great Ameri i can beatitudes or. A. Waite. 4 15�?adjournment. Friday evening 7 30�?song service. 7 40�?address a How pictures or. Albert e. Bailey. 8 10�?special music presbyterian choir. 8 25�?religious drama a Simon the Christian Church. 9 30�?closing prayer Rev. James e. Jones Brookfield. I m a new woman thanks to pursing Yum pursing contains cements of proven value such As organic Copper and Iron which quickly Aid nature in building Rich red corpuscles. When this happens the appetite improves. Nervousness disappears. Energy and a length usually return. You feel like a new person. Get pursing from your druggist. W clean and Whiten Teeth with Calyx the oxygen tooth powder which penetrates to the hidden crevices Between the Teeth. Pleasant refreshing protects the Gums and is economical to use. Try Calyx at our expense what Calyx will do for your Teeth is easily demonstrated by you in your own Home st our expense. Simply fill in the Coupon with your name and address and mail it to us. You will receive absolutely free a test can of Calyx tooth powder the powder mors and More people Are using every Day. Free trial Coupon Mckesson amp Robbins inc., Fairfield Conn. Send me a to Day trial of Calyx tooth powder at no expense me. I will try it. Nom address. To the Creamery where r. D. Crystal one who 15 Eivins one ful1 a a to the gave each member an ice Cream bar. Planting of artichokes for the coming season. This plan is financed by the chamber of Commerce and in turn the Farmers j at Harvest time will return to them two bushels of seed for every one furnished and this seed will in turn be placed again with the Farmers for further crops of artichokes. The following banners have already been Given the seed for this purpose Bernard Carey William Schaefer Fred passing of a Good woman Alice Marie Harrison passed away at the Home of her daughter mrs. Florence Donovan this City saturday morning april 17, 1937. She was born at Chattem Canada december 12, 1854, and came to Brookfield with her parents when but la years of age and resided in the third Ward of Brookfield continuously for 71 years. When a girl she United with the methodist episcopal Church and for Many years taught in the Sabbath school. She is survived by her daughter mrs. Donovan of Brookfield two grandchildren Clifford Donovan of Donovan Iowa and mrs. Lois Mace of Brookfield one sister mrs. Elsie Crystal of Fairmont West Virginia and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was conducted from the methodist episcopal Church at two of clock yesterday afternoon by the Rev. J. E. Jones and interment made in Rose Hill cemetery. The immediate family friends and neighbors who knew her All through the years of her individualism pay tribute to her for the patience she manifested. Physical disability necessitated Many sacrifices but Alice Harrison never complained about it and chose to think of her blessings the Devotion of her daughter and her family and the comforts they provided for her the faithfulness of More Distant relatives and friends and of that greatest of blessings Christ a comforting Promise a if i go and prepare a place for you i will come again and receive you unto myself that where i am there be May be a Good Christian woman has Laid Down her life in this world to take it up. In the next. 50c package tooth powder 25c tooth Brush both for 49c Hainsworth drug company phone 3 printing is important Why keep your store Modem if you printing Isnit up to Date printing is just As important. Budget Gazette pub. Co. Phone 39. Of notice of final settlement notice is hereby Given to All creditors and others interested in the estate of Samuel k. Lambert deceased. That we Ruth Lambert serf ass and Dorothy Kennedy administrator fixes of said estate intend to make final settlement thereof at the next term of 1 Fitch h. A. Cowan Fred Liechte l. I the probate court of Linn county i c. Riddell c. A. Black Glenn Dowell state of Missouri to be held at Lin Lawrence Dowell and or. C. W. Cleve n�15 on the tenth Day of May 1937. Ruth Lambert Serfass Dorothy Kennedy adm Nistra tries. Land. Herbert Cleveland is planting an entire acre. It will be interesting to note the results that will be obtained As the artichokes in other communities have proven a life Saver to the Farmers during the lean years and it is Good for forage for the live Stock when pasturage has been meager and scarce. There is very Little Cost to the raising of this product and it is very prolific. We feel that with the efforts of or. Pankey who is chairman of the com Mittee and the other members that their work will not have been in vain. I re of Mary 1 found a wonderful new Way to get rid of to Grey in my hair a m-53 stomach Gas on a of of adj sri a quickly to Olevea Gas bloating clean out both upper Ani lower bowels allows you to eat aug sleep Good. Quick thorough action yet entirely gentle and Safe. A d l e r i k a walkup drug co. Brother of r. L. Hoxie Dies George Hoxie died at his Home near Hale Friday afternoon. The funeral services were held at the methodist episcopal Church at Hale sunday afternoon at i of clock and the remains brought and interred in Rose Hill cemetery. To mourn his passing the following survive the wife and three daughters mks. Alfred Wright and mrs. Lawrence Penington of near Hale and mrs. George Dilsworth of Tulsa Oklahoma one brother r. L. Hoxie of this City and one sister mrs. Emma Harrison of Selma California. Mother of mrs. Burke Dies Friday evening at the Home of her daughter mrs. Walter Glenn in Brunswick mrs. Margaret Dearing departed this life. The funeral was held in Brunswick at 2 of clock sunday afternoon and was conducted by the Rev c. G. Hardgrove. Pastor of the local Park Baptist Church. She is survived by two daughters mrs. Fred a. Burke. Of this City and mrs. Glenn of Brunswick and two sons. William Dearing of Salt Lake City and Clyde Dearing of Brunswick. Its a Letterhead that tells the Story of a business finn. Wha is your Story. Budget Gazette pub. Co. Phone 39. T1 relative of Daniel Boone by Mary Jane Golden Lewis Golden son of or. And mrs. Paul Golden and a sixth Grade student of tile Brookfield High school is reported to be very proud to know that there is a possibility of his being a Distant relative of Daniel Boone. According to family tradition his great great great great grandmother who name was Hays came to Kentucky from North Carolina with Boones first expedition and aided in moulding bullets with other women while the men fought or fired the rifles during one of the attacks by the indians on the people gathered in Boones Cabin. Several years ago j. Lancaster a relative of Lewis found that according to the Waits a life of Daniel Only one woman accompanied the first Boone party to Missouri. This woman the Waits stated was the wife of William Hays and the daughter of Daniel Boone. The similarity of names and the Story of the Indian fight led or. Lancaster to believe that his great grandmother probably w As the same woman j a j As that mentioned in the Waits Book. The letter that was received by Lewis grandmother from or. Lancaster telling of the history of their ancestors is Lewis proof of his being a descendant of Daniel Boone. 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Munton remedy corf. Dept. I Scranton a. Erosion control Calls for a new �?ospecialist1 erosion control work of the soil conservation service in Many parts of the country has been carried on largely by groups of specialists working together agronomists agricultural engineers soils scientists Plant specialists and others. The widespread and increasing interest in soil conservation however Calls for a new a a specialist trained in All phases of erosion control technique. Boil conservation courses in colleges and universities and educational work in Goc Camps aim to develop these specialists. Farms Bank liquidating trustees have authorised the Sale of too farms in Linn Chariton Macon Ray and Livingston counties a various size and locations. Long time loan on substantial Down payment. Terms if Able to make j regular payments. Write Sise to j it cation and Type farm amount i you can pay Down and terms a desired and i will Send do scrip j Tiona. I r. E. 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