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Brookfield Linn County Budget Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Brookfield, Missouri Vol. Xxxv. No. 75. Brookfield Missouri monday june 23, 1930. State col0 i soc Quot. 1 Quot Quot Quot Quot a newspaper. Iwo drowned near or. And mrs. Jackson lose lives while in bathing the unfortunate couple leave two sons whose Ages Are seven and nine years or. And mrs. Oscar Jackson aged about thirty or thirty five years As they were bathing in a swimming resort known As a the rocks a West of Linneus which consists of a deep Hole in the drainage ditch that was made by the blasting through the rocks at this place in the construction of the ditch on the farm of Greely Moore prominent land owner of Linneus were acc Dently drowned sunday afternoon about seven of clock. A Linneus citizen stated Over Long distance Telephone today that to Fere was a Large Tep off in the water that leads to the deep Hole which was from Twenty to Twenty five feet in depth and i constitutes a very popular swimming j resort for the residents of Linneus. He. I stated that or. Jackson had evidently stepped of into the deep water and called for help mrs. Jackson went to his assistance. Which resulted in the drowning of both of them. Or. Jackson a body was not taken from the water until about eleven of clock last night and the body of mrs. Jackson was not found until seven of clock this morning. The Jacksons had come to Linneus about two months ago from the Small town of Downing near Kirksville Missouri. They leave two sons whose Ages Are seven and nine years. The steady Stream of automobiles carrying rescuing parties to the scene were in evidence All night Long where almost everyone in the locality turned out to lend their assistance in helping secure the bodies from the water. Both bodies Are now at the Thorne undertaking Parlours of Linneus awaiting the arrival of relatives. Obituary Katherine Fosher was born july la 1889, at the old Fosher Homestead about nine Miles North of Brookfield the daughter of Jacob l. And Elizabeth Fosher both deceased where she grew to womanhood. She was United in marriage to George w. Wright of Brookfield Missouri dec. 28, 1921, where she continued to reside until about two weeks ago when she went to Colorado Springs Colorado for the purpose of regaining her health which had been in poor condition for some time. Failing to regain her health she passed away in that City at 9 of clock thursday evening and was brought to her Home 418 Mcgowan Street saturday morning june 21, where the funeral took place at 2 30 of clock sunday afternoon conducted by Rev. W. Conin of the first Christian Church and interment was made in Grantsville cemetery under the direction of Hunter amp Rollins undertakers. She leaves to mourn her departure two Sisters mrs. V. Q. Johnson and mrs. Sumner Blackburn and one brother Ray Fosher All of Brookfield and Vicinity. Died George Benway died at his Home in Oklahoma City saturday june 14, of heart trouble. He had worked All Day at the Fred Jones motor company in that City and retired that night when he soon suffered a sinking spell from which he did not recover. Or. Benway was Well and favourably known in Brookfield where he was born and grew to manhood. He enlisted and served overseas in the world War for eighteen months. He removed with his parents or. And mrs. Dave Ballow. And family to Oklahoma City a number of years ago where he has since made his Home. George Benway was a likeable Young Man and had Many friends in Brookfield. He leaves to mourn his departure his Mother mrs. Dave Ballow four Brothers Charles Fred Willie and Earnest and one sister mrs. De Ballow of Oklahoma. He was forty years of age. Baseball salad by l. S. Simpson we feel Safe that Macon ended the season in last place in the Missouri state league. Brookfield wound up her career when yesterdays game was transferred to this place and the locals in a comedy of hits and errors won by the lop sided score of 20 to 7. We leave it to the Macon papers to explain Why they do not support a Ball club and if yesterdays game was a Sample of what they have been witnessing in the name of baseball we know. Thirty eight a hits and nine errors which the local fans witnessed in addition to a preliminary game Between the Brown juniors and Callao and which the former won 13 to i made it a rather hectic Day and the saturday night Bath useless. Baroni had a soft spot and like any smart Pitcher took advantage of it Andriot Only did he pitch but contributed two singled and a double Iri i his five trips did Kome Classy base j running and contributed his usual excellent Fielding and what More could you ask of a left hander on a torrid Day such As yesterday. After Blackwell had contributed his share of the comedy for Macon Earl Wilkerson local favorite ascended the Mound and was greeted with cheers jeers and what have you also base hits and errors by the Home club and the visitors. He batted 500, had no Fielding chances and was in no danger at any time his ancient Nemesis Harry Ward got a Lucky break when he lost control momentarily and parked one where the ponies were grazing across the track but those things happen. Head had a Good Day getting two triples one of which should have been a Home run and fielded three hard chances. Both the Ward boys and Facto came across with stolen bases. The score r h e Macon 30002200 0�? 7 16 4 Brookfield 3 3 3 7 1 1 0 2 x�?20 22 5 in the kids game Johnny Johnson and Blackie Mendenhall had Complete control of the situation at All times and the boys from Over the Hills were simply outclasses. Many substitutions were made during the game to not overdo the youngsters and give them All a Chance. Who a who on the american legion tournament team Johnnie Johnson the son of or. And mrs. De Johnson was born in st. Louis Missouri september 17, 1914. He is the dependable and always smiling right hander for the legion team and also assists his mates with a 333 batting average. He is 5 feet 7 inches tall weighs 118 pounds and bats and thrown right handed. He is a member of the boy scout troop of the Park Baptist Church of this City. He is a Sophomore in High school. Eddie Hoffman one of the Best pitchers in the league and a Lusty hitter he has been languishing in the cellar with the Degrass who recently have hit a winning Streak and Eddie is now set for some new Marks. He specializes in Long clouts Over the barbed wire entanglements. He is the son of or. And mrs. De Hoffman was born november 3, 1914, at new Cambria to. He is 5 feet 3 it inches tall and weighs 120 pounds. He is a Sophomore in High school and belongs to the scout troop of the presbyterian Church. Funeral of the late Rebecca Cawyer personal news Rebecca Anderson daughter of Robert and Mary Anderson was born at or near pin Village Indiana january 30, 1842, and died in Brookfield Missouri june 20, 1930. Having lived a consistent and godly life at the Ripe age of nearly eighty nine years she passed to the life beyond. She United with the methodist episcopal Church in her Home town of pin Village Indiana at the age of thirteen years. A few years later she experienced a remarkable conversion and deepening religious experience which ripened her religious life during the accumulating a Quot she was married to Jonathan can Oyer october 14, 1866. To this Union three children were born. Viz or. C c. Canoyer now of Brookfield a daughter who died in infancy and or. F. M. Canoyer also of Brookfield. % the husband arid father preceded her in death september �?T5, 1900. Soori after his decease she with her two sons came to Brookfield where in the Home of her son or. Candy or she has since resided. In this Home she has received the most delicately affectionate and tender a re possible to be Given a Mother. She has remarked that no daughter could have Given More Loving and consecrated service to her than has her Dutiful daughter in Law mrs. Canoyer. Kenneth Pankey and Jerry of Donnell left on train no. 56 saturday Quot i night for Detroit Michigan where graced the Church she blessed the j they will spend a few Days and will Community she sweetened the Atmos also visit in Chicago. Phere of the Home in which she quietly slept away into morning of the wakening Day. We offer a tribute to her unselfish Devotion which embraced All who came within her orbit of life. Her Home was1 or. And mrs. S. P. Everly and daughter miss Mary Elizabeth of Kansas City Are visiting mrs. J. L. Mendenhall and other Brookfield friends. Mrs. W l. Matthews has returned a Haven of rest and Refuge her heart from a visit with or. Matthews in an Ocean of love her Creed a strict Centerville Iowa. Adherence to duty and a True exemplification of deeds Well done and a life consecrated to the god whom she loved. \ a j she also leaves one grandson. Clar Mary Jane Reynolds has returned from a visit with Helen Hamilton in Rothville. A 7 or. And mrs. Ralph Lane of los Angeles California who Are visiting a Brookfield Nan accidentally killed while working on Highway near Hamilton remains will be brought Here for Baria a number of mine accidents ence s. Canoyer and a legion of the former a parents or. And mrs. B. Friends along with the two sons and r Lane spent the week end in Kan their wives who mourn her departure. The funeral was conducted sunday at 2 30 Sas City. Mrs. M. R. Ridgway mrs. G. R. Of clock from the methodist Kelley w e Carter and mrs. Church by the Rev. Charles h Law j Claude Smith will. Motor to Marshall assisted by or. J. English who each 1 a to Uris tues attend a con paid a Loving tribute to the life of mention of the w. M. Us this Sweet character. Special vocal Jse or. And mrs. Mostofa Val and mrs. Sections. A abide with me and a the blessed lights of Home c. Mccrary at the pipe Organ were Given by mrs. George p. Carpenter and miss Grace Edgmon. Interment was made in the Rose Hill cemetery under the direction of undertaker m. Y. Rusk. Those attending the funeral services from out of town were or. And mrs. William Bundy and son William miliary called had Learned the Beautiful Art of growing old sweetly and like a ripened sheaf she is now garnered into the Harvest of eternity. She Missouri chickens on tour last week Burlington train no. 70 had a car of White leghorn that were shipped from the Vicinity of Salt Lake City Utah via Denver Rio Grande to Denver and to Monroe City Missouri via Burlington. This was just a Small part of several thousand White leghorn that were shipped As baby Chicks this Spring from the Wayne Shinn hatcheries at Laplata Missouri. It was quite a round about Way to get the new York Market supplied but the method seems to be a profitable one. As soon As the Chicks arrived in Utah they were turned Loose and the Prairies of that Region furnished them ample food. They Are great rustlers and wanderers and it Wasny to Long before they weighed about one and one half pounds. A a shorty Burns Veteran poultry Man bought this one car containing about 8200 chickens and acted As caretaker for them from Salt Lake City to Monroe City. He stated that he bought 5000 pounds j l. Coit motored to Moberly sunday with mrs j return by Way of Macon where a the met mrs. F. M. Veal who was Enro Ute Home from Kirksville where she has spent the past few weeks on account of the illness of mrs. Thomas veil who is improving. Mrs. James c. Belcher and daughter loan of Kirksville Are guests of mrs. M. L. Stephens and family. Mrs. Eliza lord has returned from st. Catharine where she visited her daughter mrs. A. Crandall. Misses Bessie and Lennie Evans of Trenton and their Uncle John Evans of Galesburg were Brookfield visitors sunday. Miss Kathaleen Boyd has returned from a visit with her grandparents or. And mrs. Edward Plum in st. Louis. I or. And mrs. W. J. Malone and As such shipments go but he stated 1 Dau a term Mary have gone to Beatrice Nebraska for a visit with the daughter and sister mrs. Leroy Leonard. Mother Canoyer As she was sofa of Bucklin or. And mrs. G. Car Nahan of Chillicothe and or. And mrs. Byron Burch of Linneus. Thus we conclude the simple annals of a life deserving an ample obituary. That it would be a very profitable one for every one connected with the Industry. There were eighteen cars shipped from that same Region at the same time All of them being White leghorn and All of them were Missouri products to Start with. The Henderson produce company will take these chickens and feed them in the Monroe City Plant and then mrs. Anna Doran who has been a guest of or. And mrs. Dan Doran returned saturday to her Home in Hannibal. She was accompanied by miss Ethel Doran who will spend a few Days there. Mrs. Charles Eastman returned to Kansas City saturday after a few Days stay with. Brookfield friends. Mrs. J. V. Welsh and sons. Billy. Percy King son of mrs. Dave Newman of South of st. Catharine. Missouri was acc Dently killed while working on a steam shovel on the Highway near Shoal Creek Between Hamilton and Kingston Missouri this morning Between 7 and 9 of clock. Mrs. Virgil Green of 533 South Monroe Street a sister of or. King received a Telegram from Hamilton this morning to that effect. It it appears that a Pulley on the steam shovel gave Way which caused a part of the machinery to strike him on the head which resulted in the fatal Accident. The body is being held at Hamilton awaiting the action of the claim adjuster for the construction company but will be shipped to Brookfield possibly tonight. Or. King was about thirty seven years of age and married and leaves two children. Mrs. King was formerly mrs. Peachy Couch of Linneus Missouri who is a daughter of Linn county a former sheriff Edward Powell of that City. No funeral arrangements have been made. Ship them on Over the Burlington to i an Ltd went to Kansas City sat Zearing Illinois and on to the East urday for a Short visit with relatives. Era Market. They estimate that by the Battery system of feeding they will gain approximately 40 per cent in weight. It is quite a tribute to the Industry in Missouri that they Are hatched in Missouri and sold at a profit to a far Western state returned to Missouri fattened and sold at a profit to the far Eastern Market. There Are ten Large poultry plants Hughes acc Dently injured a. B. A ibo one Hughes Burlington employee was quite severely injured saturday night As he was entering East Quincy Burlington Yards on his run. He was leaning out of the Gangway of the engine to look for signals and was struck by a Long pole that supports the a Tell tales governing the lower Quincy Bay Bridge. He was knocked unconscious and was taken to st. Mary a Hospital at Quincy where his condition for a time was thought to be critical but we Are advised today that he will return to his Home and that he is getting along nicely. Or. And mrs. Lavon Moore and daughter of Kirksville Are guests of Brookfield relatives. Miss Kathryn Carlon of Kansas City spent sunday Here with her Brothers w. J. And John t. Carlon. Or. And mrs. L. D. Wampler sons. Robert and Hobert spent sunday in Hale auth or. And mrs. M. D. Wampler. Rev. Carl a. Mcintire and family. And mrs. Addie Mcintire left today on the West Hannibal division of the Burlington. The Revenue from these j Jor Higginsville for a Short stay with of feed at the starting Point and had plants to the railroads is assuming it friends from there they go to mar to buy More in st. Joseph on the third Large proportions and All employees i chq11 wis Smih to not Peri the a stat Day out. The average weight of each Are instructed to give the very Best convention of the w. M. U. Chicken was one and one half pounds,1 which made the shipment a Little Light service possible in the handling of these shipments. Fast games for Brookfield de. L. Johnson president of the Missouri state league stated this morning that Brookfield was due for some of the fastest games in the near future that have been placed Here this season. Moberly will come to Brookfield next sunday with a Strong team after having Defeated both Hannibal and Trenton. The Brookfield team always Strong will be up to its usual Standard and a hot game is expected. We assure the Brookfield fans that next sundays game will be equal if not better than the game played Here Between Brookfield and Chillicothe sunday june 8. Car shelled Corn no. 2 yellow on track 88c Bushel by the Load. Farmers Exchange. 35-76 the Brookfield Hospital a budget Gazette reporter visited the Brookfield Hospital yesterday at the request of miss Frances Reinisch who has leased this Hospital and took Over the management on june 2, and will manage the Hospital independently of the present Board. Miss Reinisch comes to Brookfield Well recommended having been connected with the st. Joseph Hospital at Kansas City for Many years. She brings with her miss Margaret Brede who will act As surgical nurse and who has also had a wide experience in her line of nursing. Mrs. Florence Lisher and miss Margaret Brammel nurses of the former administration will be retained. The Hospital has recently had Many improvements including repainting and redecorating throughout and miss Reinisch is very enthusiastic As Well As very hopeful of making a Sun Cess out of the Enterprise. Accommodations for 15 to 18 patients Are provided the rooms All appeared to be Light and cheerful and the five patients we found there All seemed to be Well cared for and doing nicely. Modern times demand More Hospital facilities and with the increased Auto traffic regardless of the safety programs being put on All Over the nation More accidents just happen and the Hospital requirements naturally become greater in demand. Married miss Viola James an employee of the Brookfield Brown shoe factory and daughter of Aubra James of this City was married to or. Frederick Leonard of Macon saturday night at 9 of clock by the Rev. Carl a. Mcintire at his Home on North main Street. All the employees of the Brown shoe factory and the Many friends of mrs. Leonard extend to the Happy couple Hearty congratulations. Hunter and Rollins funeral directors. All Calls answered promptly and efficient service rendered at reasonable prices. Lady assistant. Store phone 126. Residence phones 222 or 719j. Of country club pitch party the second country club pitch party for the men members of the club will be Given at the club House tuesday evening june 24. Plenty of Good cold drinks and electric fans will keep the party Cool at this entertainment. All men members Are urged to be on hand by eight of clock As the playing will Start promptly at that hour. A dutch lunch will be one of the features of the evening. Sunday at the country club sundays program mat the country club began with a seven of clock breakfast to the Golf players which was enjoyed by a Large number. The Day or. And mrs. John Roan prosperous Farmers of near new Boston were Here on business today. Or. And mrs. Fred Congdon Enro Ute from los Angeles. California to new York City stopped in Brookfield for a few Days visit with or. And mrs. John t. Carlon. Or. And mrs. George w. Prather of Browning were guests of or. And mrs. Joseph t. Nevins sunday. Misses Nina Mae Lee and Madeline Peterson of Kansas City spent the week end Here the guests of or. And mrs. J. J. Lee. Or. And mrs. Cecil Swank of Wymore. Nebraska spent the week end Here visiting at the Homes of or. And mrs. T. F. Swank or. And mrs. A. Chenoweth and other relatives. Misses Lolita and Eva Johnson of for rent seven room House modern on Pav j swimmers All Day Long and Many fish a Street with garage and Beautiful Ermen were Angling for Bass and other Shade also 4-room House close in tribes Peculiar to the Waters of the with Gas water electric lights and j country club Lake. Garage. Phone 694. 3577 witnessed More Golf players on than at any Day during the Kasas City int the Elk end Here season while the Beach was lined with with Home folks. Piano new Kimball used Kimball Knabe and others. Cash or terms. Can be seen at Brookfield. White Mahaffey music co., Cameron to. 35-76 think of moving think of reams. A not a scratch in Van phone 66. Of mrs. W. Clements received a message fron her son Walter Hughes and wife of Maywood Illinois announcing the birth of a son sunday june 22, 1930. M. Y. Rusk undertaker distinctive funeral service conducted with kindness and dignity. Lady assistant. Office phone 54. Residence 109w. Of for rent modern 5-room apartment located at 211 East Park Street. Phone 1013. 35-77 summer equipment sea covets and awnings for All cars. Triangle tire so accessory co. 35-78 none better just phone we Call. Its clean that Sall. Bonds. Phone 790. 7 35-76 return from Auto trip mrs. Ida Hurlbut miss Cora Frakes miss Arline Bain and mrs. Mary Frakes returned sunday from a delightful motor trip through the East. The principal Point of interest visited club meeting postponed owing to another meeting at Laclede with miss Martin on thursday june by these people was West Point new 26. Our meeting will follow on Fri i York where they visited mrs. Hurl Day june 27, at the Rural Home of i Butts song Eugene who is a Cadet at miss Caroline Freiberg. Members Are the government military school there urged to be present. Visitors Are made having entered this school through a Welcome. Mrs. D. H. Beason Laclede competitive examination july i 1929, Missouri. By appointment from congressman _ Ralph c. Lozier of this congressional District. They found the Young Cadet much enthused Over his work and enjoying the Best of health. They went by the Northern route and they returned by Way of new York City Philadelphia and Washington. D. C., where they took in the most noted Points of historical interest in those cities. The party reports the trip successful with no accidents occurring. Job printing a better class of Job printing priced As Low As is consistent with High Grade workmanship. Budget Gazette publishing co. Phone 39. Say you Gazette. Saw it in the budget food Sale division 4 of the methodist episcopal Church will hold a food Sale in implement co., saturday june 28. 35-77 Brookfield boy graduates for Sale the William Jewell College bulletin a used 7-foot Binder up in Good says of Nathan r. Correll of Brook shape. Lane amp Cagle implement co. Field who is graduating from that in a Stit ution that he was on the foot a satisfied customer Ball squad four years and was a Mentis our Best recommendation. Tip Topi Ber of the International relations cleaners. Phone 260. Of i club and the student Volunteer. Fireman Cassidy injured r. T. Cassidy popular fireman on the Brookfield division of the Burlington Railroad and father of Clyde Cassidy. Was acc Dently injured by being caught Between Transfer trains in the Kansas City freight Yards Friday eve ing about 6 15 of clock. He suffered severe head wounds and was immediately sent to the research Hospital of that City where he had his wounds dressed and was brought to his Home in Brookfield saturday evening where he has since been getting along nicely. Highway Accident or. And mrs. A. Chenoweth or Rural route no. 3, received word sunday afternoon that their son Hadley Chenoweth who was working on a Highway West of Des Moines Iowa while driving his truck it turned Over with him breaking his right leg. He is now in the Iowa lutheran Hospital in Des Moines. Bridgeman injured a a Russ Byers of the Bridge and building department suffered a painful Accident by a piece of steel striking him in the face while on duty one Day last week. He is Able to be out on the Street but his wound is still painful. Dean suffers sprained ankle conductor d. S. Dean suffered a sprained ankle while alighting from his train at Easton Missouri sunday afternoon which will necessitate his being off duty for a few Days. Winnig an Man honoured or. J. A. Thrasher of Winigan who visited the Pacific Northwest and Canada in 1929 on the Missouri a show you tour has been chosen honorary sponsor for this tour in 1930. The 1930 tour will be exactly the same As the one or. Thrasher made in 1929. It will cover nine states of the Northwest and four Canadian provinces. Among the cities visited will be st. Paul and Minneapolis Minnesota Butte Montana Spokane Seattle and Longview Washington Portland Oregon and Victoria Vancouver Regina and Winnipeg Canada. Three National Parks will also be visited mount ranter National Park in Washington and Banff and Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies. Reservations for this tour already received by the Missouri muralist indicate that two special trains will be required to accommodate the missourians who go. One train will Start from Kansas City and the other from st. Louis August 3. De Claybrook Reitter mrs. E. Hunter Advisee that the condition of de Claybrook who suffered a paralytic stroke at his Home in Chillicothe last week showed improvement. His Many Linn county friends Are hoping for his Complete recovery. Budget Gazette want ads bring results
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