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Brookfield Linn County Budget Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Brookfield, Missouri Page four Linn cot ferry budget Gaza to to a monday april 19, 1937. Women to be Here for Woodmen Circle convention wednesday social activities the members of the double eight social club met at the Home of mrs. Charles Sensenich on North state Street thursday afternoon. The meet i ing was opened by the president mrs r. C. Sheldon. Song a what a Gath a ering a Bible Reading by mrs. George close followed by the lords prayer in unison. Roll Call a useful household mrs. Prank Peavler and miss Harriet Sensenich were guests and mrs. Emma Campbell and mrs. Walter Wilson were present As new members. The a mystery Box was awarded to mrs. Sensenich and the favor in a contest i to mrs. Sheldon. Needlework was the diversion of the afternoon. Refresh a ments were served by the hostess assisted by her daughter miss Harriet. The next meeting will be with mrs. R. C. Sheldon at the Home of her daughter mrs. Floyd mount on Brunswick Avenue May 6. And family Mist Emzetta French All of Kansas City of is Delong of Marceline or. And mrs. Jas. Lacy miss Frieda Mccollum or. And mrs. W. M. Robinson or. And mrs. William Stevens or. And mrs. John Stevens mrs. Garnet Alexander. Or. And mrs. W. J. Manley and map Lily. To visit Home in Norway Chris Dreyer Well known Man about town left sunday night on train no. 56 for a month s visit to his native Heath in Norway. After a Short visit in Chicago he will take the Erie to new York City. There he will be met by l. J. Dreyer of Detroit who will accompany him overseas. They will visit an aunt and other friends for a week in new York City before sail ing. From new York they will sail to Bergen Norway which is where Chris and Captain Marcus Dreyer enlisted during the War. Captain Marcus has visited in Brookfield and is Well remembered Here. From Bergen Chris will go to Tromson Norway where he will see his Mother and other relatives whom he has not seen for the past fourteen years. Tromson is the most Northern town in the world. On the return trip he will visit another brother Captain Frederick c. Dreyer and family in Southampton England. It will require some forty Days to make the round trip and he expects to return to Brookfield about August i. He has promised the budget Gazette some interesting travel letters for publication. Ask Yow grocer for Wilson a Best flour. A Quot to mrs. Katie Ferguson st. Louis. To. National director of the Woodmen Circle state manager of Missouri. The m. M. M. Class of the Metho a miss Frances Ferguson dist episcopal Church and teacher st. Louis to. Mrs. L. W. Rice. Enjoyed a 6 30 Cov i National representative and Dis ered dish dinner at the Home of miss or jct manager of Woodman Circle. Marjorie Koon on Brookfield Avenue a a Friday evening. The meeting was opened with song. A the old rugged scripture Reading by miss be tha Sparks and. Comment and. Prayer i by miss Ethel Shupe. After the Reg ular business session games and con-1 Teste were enjoyed. Miss Dorothy a Watts of Memphis Tennessee was a guest. There were seventeen members present. A a or. And mrs. Rex Wickizer entertained the couples club with a seven o clock dinner at their Home on Missouri Avenue Friday evening. The club favors for High scores were awarded to mrs. William lines and Prentice Barnes the latter of Chillicothe. Mrs Lillian m. Cook st. Louis. To. Member of the National legislative committee of the Woodmen Circle. Mrs. Hedwig Beihl st. Joseph to. State Secretary of the Woodmen Circle personal news or and mrs. Ruel Jones and daughter. Betty left this afternoon for Winchester Indiana being called there because of the illness of or. Jones father m j. Mcqueen of Jefferson City a pent the week end Here he was accompanied Home by w s. Johnson. Mrs. O. I. Markham and Small son of Pittsburg Kansas spent the past few Days Here with her Mother mrs. F. T. Sanford. Or. Markham motored Jere sunday and accompanied them Home. Or. And mrs. Elza Detwiler Melvin Heckman and miss Edith Mae Mendenhall spent yesterday in Kansas City. Mrs. Ina Burgess her daughter. Mrs. Walt Clark and son Bobby All of Kansas City Are visiting at the Homes of or. And mrs. Dan Burkholder and mrs. Lewis etcher. Mrs. Elmer Gordon has returned from Kansas City after visiting at the Home of her sister mrs. Robert Stewart. The it. Rev. Monsignor James Mccormick of the diocese of Sidney. Australia who is passing through America on his Way to visit relatives in Europe was a guest of very Rev. D. P. Mulcahy Friday evening. Monsignor Mccormick and Rev. Mulcahy were classmates thirty five years ago in Rome. Misses Marie Flynn. Betty Pfiester Rachel Olin and Marion Barrett were sunday guests of mrs. Florence Lasher. Mrs. G. E Mims of Montgomery City is visiting at the Homes of mrs. J. A Lowe and mrs. Ruby Herzog. Mrs Henry Ward. Mrs. Charles Carr and mrs. J. E. Kimber spent Friday in st. Louis. Or and mrs. H. F. Rogers spent the week end in Kansas City guests of the formers brother. Leo Yocum a my family. Or and mrs. B. F. White visited friends in Hale yesterday. Ford b. Ogden is in Hannibal where he is assisting in establishing a new a in to bread route. Miss Mary Opal slender of Jefferson City spent the week end at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. W. H. Stender mrs. Florence Lis her left last night for st Louis where she will spend the week. Misses Virginia Burns and Mary june Western students at the state teachers College Kirksville spent the week end Here with Home Folk. Rep. D. A. Peery of Jefferson City who is spending a few Days at his Home in Linneus was a Brookfield visitor saturday or. And mrs Virgil Brown of Jefferson City spent the week end Here with Home Folk. Miss Virginia Bain student at Central College Fayette a pent the weekend Here with her parents or. And in. C. I. Bain. Robert Crook Shank student at the state teachers College Kirksville was in week end guest at the Home of his parents or. And in. L v. Crook Shank. Or and mrs Al Boyle of Quincy Werr in Brookfield saturday on Busi Willlam Wood have returned to st. Junior Haney Louis after spend mad Amah foe Gary Bruce web spend the week Here at the Home of the former s parents. Or. And mis. J. F. Haney. Miss Jane Findley who is teaching at the Lucerne school spent the weekend with her parents or. And mrs. John Findley. N Frank Northcott of Sumner was a business visitor Here saturday. I and mrs. Vane c. Thurlo spent sunday in Browning at the Home of the former smother mrs. John Thurlo. Who has been a patient in a Kirksville Hospital for the past three weeks and is now recuperating at her Home. Mrs. D. R. Mcgrath of st. Louis spent sunday Here with her father c. W. Green. Albert Clemente went to Chicago last night where he will spend a few Days on business. Mrs. E. J. O Daniel mrs. J. P. Smith and miss june Pryor accompanied miss Marion Smith to Jefferson City yesterday where miss Marion has employment. H. S. Johnson of Jefferson City spent the week end Here with Home j Folk. Arch Fulton of Salisbury a com pained by his two sons spent sunday in Brookfield. Or. Fulton was formerly in the newspaper business Here. Mrs. G. S. Payne left today on a business trip to Omaha Nebraska. Miss Orithya Johnson who is at j tending the Kansas City Art Institute i spent the week end Here with her Par j ends or. And mrs. W. S. Johnson. Mrs. W. H. Sternberg of mount pleasant Iowa. Is visiting at the Home of her sister mrs. Charles Tooey. Or. And mrs. Walter Sternberg were guests Here Over the week end. John d. Johnson of Boonville is visiting his parents or. And mrs. s. Johnson. Or and mrs. G. N. Blossom and daughter. Miss Daisy spent the weekend at the Home of or. And mrs. Stacy Wells at Springfield Missouri. They were accompanied by miss Helen Ross who visited her parents at Willard Missouri. The Brookfield chapter of the Delphian society was entertained at the Home of mrs. R. T. Mcelhiney on East Park Avenue Friday afternoon. The regular routine of business was transacted. After which the following program was Given response to Roll Calls a hindu paper a Bombay India a prepared by mrs. C. D. Carr and read by mrs. Mary Llewellyn. Paper Quot Prince of Wales Island a mrs. C. L. Leonard. Refreshments were served by the i hostess. A dinner was served at the Home j of or. And mrs. J. W. Stevens yester j Day in Honor of e. A Dorman who was celebrating his seventy eighth birthday anniversary. Those present were or. And mrs. E. H. Dorman of Prairie Grove Arkansas h. L. Davis j "iiiiniinnnnniininmmntiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiimiiiitiiiiiifiiiiufiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiuiiifiiiiieiiiniiiihhiihim1 buy in Brookfield a a. A at a a 4 a \ a a w. 4 a. Quot so a a a i \ where your Quarter goes farther free free free a Beautiful new 1937 Model Ford or Chevrolet furnished through the co operation of # Wheatcraft motor co. Trotter Chevrolet co. A Brookfield Missouri a will be Given away free by these progressive Brookfield merchants these co operative merchants give you valuable automobile coupons with every 25c Purchase or amount paid on your Bill. A Trade with these Brookfield merchants your Quarter goes farther with them Degraw now and tuesday Simone Simon James Stewart in the sweetest love Story of our time a seventh heaven with Gregory Jean Ratoff Hersholt feature shown at 2 30-7 35-9 50 Complete shows at 2 00-7 00-9 15 also Mcnamee news Peter Van Stedem orchestra eighty seventh birthday no House would be Large enough to hold All of the friends of a. M. Kinney. Yet a goodly number of them gathered at his Home on memorial drive Friday night and surprised him the occasion being his eighty seventh birthday. Pitch was enjoyed and High honors went to Quot Pike a which was fitting and to Thomas Breen. Refreshments were served and enjoyed by those present. Greeting cards from members of the Woodmen of the world and a pipe and tobacco from employees of the Post office were appreciated by the Veteran. A Basket of fruit from the Banning family was Well received also. Pike As he is better known among his legion of friends retired on pension As Rural Carrier in 1920. After 21 years service. The budget Gazette with his Many friends wishes him Many More Happy birthdays. William t. Richardson William t. Richardson passed away at st Joseph Missouri at an Early hour this morning. April 19, 1937. The remains were brought to Brookfield and taken to the Hill Chapel. Or. Richardson was a brother of mrs. G. W. Attest or Alt West Dayton Street. Rugs carpets and drapes cleaned Spring House cleaning be Complete without our service in thoroughly cleaning and renovating rugs carpets and drapes. Adds new life and Beauty to faded dust dimmed material and freshens up your Home for Spring. Rave your fur coat and Winter garments cleaned and stored. Payne a gleaners phone 19 Brookfield a dominant store the Vogue shop phone 62 / Payne a Royal cleaners pick up and delivery service 211 n. Main phone 19 Walker a shoe store a we always show the new styles first 219 n. Main phone 282 h. M. Fletcher hardware a a Brookfield a leading hardware store 114 s. Main phone 272 j. H. Fuoss amp son jewellers a gifts that last 213 n. Main phone 185 service that can to be equated Pankey Oil co. A nothing better South main st. Al winked plumbing amp heating 20 s. Main phone 26 see the new Cooperator the Only air conditioned refrigerator Consumers Public service co. Joe a cafe Joe Long prop. 24-hour sender 117 n. Main phone 80 see Patrick elec. Co. For Frigidaire electric refrigerators 203 n. Main 224 s. Main Sovereign service a fit for a King see w. J. Manley Pankey Oil co. A West on Highway 36�? h. Tooey mercantile co. Headquarters for the Best in menus clothing and furnishings. We give and redeem Christmas trading Stamps Hainsworth drug co. Your nearest druggist a because we deliver quickest 103 s. Main phone 3 Hill furniture amp undertaking co. 117 s. Main phone 89 Deardorff a grocery amp meat Market a High Grade foods 216 n. Main phone 25 gambles store Agency a Quality merchandise at mail order prices Ellis bros., owners phone 174 read the Home news first Linn county budget Gazette phone 39 j. C. Penney co. Us n. Main phone 219 Dorothy Green North Missouri Beauty shop lumber co. Phone 120 building material for appointment South main phone 430 ii automobile to be Given away absolutely free at the Fox Degraw theatre saturday june 26. So

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