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Evening Journal Farm Edition (Newspaper) - April 2, 1948, Washington, Iowa H wit Atli Ikon Iowa Rie Lii journal Fhil a \ a i ii 2, i his in years ago t 0 Dayi 35 make bid for Demon t rack t earn a roof fire that came near Dov Lopini into a destructive Blaze occurred at the Large Home of or. And mrs. Delbert Tsaile on West Washington St Lect. We her pm jetty of Ceres a for Clover and Oats. Three cames feature second Section Oyt a menus Cage meet easter Bunny visits South Prairie pupils top on hogs $ Weather fair and colder tonight. Tartly Cloudy with rising temperatures tomorrow Only three Letterman from last year s Demon track squad were among the 35 aspirants seeking berths on the 1948 team when coach Doh Weber a allow the initial practice March 15. The Letterman were Paul frock sprinter and Low hurdler Jack Zook sprinter and Broad a woman jumper and Bob Kleese 440 Yard j 9 20. Dash Man. Despite the inexperience hopefuls Weber feels that to will have a Strong team. Them have shown Promise of be coming Good trackman he said.1 Joe Sotelo freshman three games Are on tap again tonight for the second Section of the annual is menus Cage tour Ney. Sharon tangles with Tho fades of Iowa City at 7 p. M., independents and Sigourney meet at 8 10, and the Ramblers and finish no the night at funeral at Riverside Riverside mrs. Anna Lear is. Died at 9 a. In. This morning on her farm Southeast of Riverside from a diabetic condition which she had for Over a year. Site was born in Bohemia the daughter of Frank and Mary Hoshek. When one year old she came to America. She was married in 189b to Joseph Lear who died in 1925. Three children. Charles Frank and mrs. Anna Beranek preceded her in death. She is survived by seven children William and Edward at Home Joseph Lone tree mrs. Rose Quinlan Oxford mrs. Mary tron Teresa Fred All of Riverside five grandchildren and one great grandchild. The time of the funeral has not been arranged. It will he he do in St. Mary a Catholic Church Riverside. Burial will be in it. Olivet cemetery Riverside. The Mitchell oilers of Crawfordsville. Defending champs fired off the annual is menus several of i Cage tourney last night dumping. Lone tree 70-44. Joe Martin and Roger Davey sprinter Oiler stars jammed through a to Rob Libe Sophomore Middle distance runner and Dick two ten. 120 Yard High hurdler Are among the most promising according to Weber. The Demon have been outdoor for the past two weeks following a week s session of workouts in the gym. They journey to the University of Iowa fieldhouse april 9 to make their bid for the Little six conference indoor track Crown. Ottumwa High is defending champions. Tai of 40 Points to Pace their squad. Martin led with 23 Points and Davey swished i 7. Little Billy Hesseltine of Lone tree who carried ins Conesville High school team to the state tournament scored 21 Points for last nights losers. In other Battles Wayland sidetracked the flyers 52 to 4 3, and Ainsworth Defeated Wellman 4 3 to 37. Wayland trailed the flyers at half time 2 5-29. Hut pulled ahead on Max both and to use s a Lewis 3 o o 8 Moothart i i 5 13 Ludlow o n i i Gardner 2 it i 4 Burian a 3 a 2 6 Zilmer i 0 9 2 totals i 6 5 15 37 Ainsworth of 43 it of to Pearson i 0 0 a it i Orris 4 5 i 13 i Brown 8 0 i 18 Mcfarland i 0 9 a a it Koehler o la o 6 Whitehead 9 la i la i White 0 0 0 9 Blocker 9 o it it a it totals 17 9 5 43 Ainsworth the demons also plan t0 Par to Points. Doth men col la Points tic Pate in the Twenty eighth an. Mini Gateway classic track Ami a Ltd yid i meet at Clinton on May i. Reason tickets season tickets Are still available for the balance of the games for two dollars. Single admissions can be purchased at the door. In gone tree 44 pc it by Martha Butler Musser-------2 u Columbus Junction. April Petsel Quot Louisa county tuber-1 Rayner unite to promote health program i 5 0 Hesseltine la Krall i of 0 4 n 0 4 0 1 i to 4 i rust and fire when rust once begins it spread or ail c red ens. Uke fire. Totals 20 4 1 4 i Crawfordsville 70 Foft of i i 0 i i Kami i________0 holmes_______0 mitchell______2 totals 29 halftime score 4g. tree 18. 12 0 21 44 to it 15 12 la 70 Crawfordsville a it sunday will lie Here before you know it find you la be stewing and fretting about your sunday dessert. Save your nerves save your time Anc hop Dairy for hand packet that the whole will enjoy. Out at the a quart of ice Cream family 2. A the Villosis association has voted co a Stock operation with county farm Bur Moyer a eau women in promoting a health i la Rew program. Plans include employment of a county nurse and the association will pay $200 toward that expense. Officers re elected Are f. N. Reppe Letts president the Rev. J of. W. Dougherty morning Sun i Davey a Ivice president mrs. Mabel Bailey. Hamilton a a i Letts Secretary mrs. Kenneth Martin to Mechesney Wapello treasurer i Beenblossom 3 mrs. H. J. Austin Letts Seal Sale chairman mrs. Mary Fraser Wapello publicity chairman miss Ada Smith Wapello educational chairman Ernest Lieber Knecht. Letts rehabilitation chairman or. J. H. Chittum. Wapello medical representative Alice Hunt. Wapello advisor. Town and township directors in this Vicinity include mrs. Sheldon Hawkins. Mrs. Bert Oepping. Mrs. Mary Girard. Miss Helen Cotter i representatives from organizations Here include or. E. W. Mc-1 Williams or. J. W. Pence and b. It. Shearer. The Columbus Community club Braz will sponsor a dinner and entertainment for the athletic teams coaches and superintendents at j Wyman Cotter Grandview. Letts j Conesville and Columbus Junction Roth at Columbus High school building monday evening april 5. I the dinner will he served at 6 p. Rn., followed by a continuous movie in the auditorium and an j athletic show in the gymnasium. Boxing matches will he Between i Church Dart-1 totals 24 4 3 52 halftime score flyers 29, Way half Lime score Wellman 16. Officials Hal Williams Phillip i knee n. Seniors Down faculty $2-4$ Tim Washington High seniors downed the faculty basketball team inst night 52-45 in a Laird fou Glit game in the High school gym. Earll paced the seniors attack dropping in six Field goals and two Charity tosses for 14 Points. He was followed by Murphy with five Field goals and two free throws for 12 Points. Bowman and Weber paced the faculty a determined Hill for Victory dropping in 14 Points. Bowman was ousted on personal fouls Iii the second half of the game. In the preliminary contest the 194 9 varsity squad turned Hack Tho Washington independents 45-29. Box score seniors by Ruth Gideon Bethel March 31 a the pupils. Of South Prairie school enjoyed making their easter nests out in the Yard where the a a Bunny found them. Or. And mrs. Martin Kron will operate the Elmer Kolosiek farm this year. Howard Applegate got a new one Row Corn picker. J or. And mrs. B. Ehrenfelt j of Kalona spent easter at the Ray Sniffe Nerger Home. De Cady helped Don Brown with work monday. Ruth and Mae Gideon called at the Glen Conard Home in Washington saturday afternoon. The1 commis had just returned from i Brownsville Texas. They had visited their Citrus Groves in Tex j As. They gave us some oranges and Grapefruit they had picked before returning Home. Charley Blocker is having Lime j put on his Fields this week. Mrs. Charles Wulf had a new electric stove installed last week. Ray Niffenegger plans to contour one of his fences across his a pm. J congratulations to or. And i mrs. Thomas Walker who were i recently married. They attended easter services at Bethel. Alice Walker or. And mrs. I Bill Brown and son of Des Moines mrs. Mary Kellerstrass j who is visiting at the Brown i Home spent tile weekend at Dell i walkers and attended easter services at Bethel. Charles Wulf was the first to get his Oats in around Here. Ernest Gideon called at Tho Don Brown Home monday. Boh and Tern Niffenegger Are recovering from the measles. All the pupils or or rain Prairie school have had in measles. Ruth Gideon called at the Emil Peiffer Home monday evening. Mrs. Charles wet of has her baby Chicks. Mrs. Raymond Hammon has been ill with the flu. The Warren de user family a i rated the House on the Davis farm. The rennet to Reeves family moved in. Carol Ann and Richard will be new pupils at the South Prairie school. Or. And mrs. Earlu Klein spent easter at the parental Allen Williams Home at Milton. Mrs. Ervin Wulf and daughter spent sunday afternoon at the parental Fred Donaldson Home. Or. And mrs. Hail Bunning and son John spent sunday at the William Wulf Home. Or. And mrs. Mac Davis and family spent easter of hit Lloyd Al a Bdl Home in Davenport. Or. Anil mrs Charley Horah and Norma spent easter at the Albert novy Home in Riverside. Or. And mrs. Ernest Green and daughters spent easter at the Charley Kolosiek Home. A new Telephone was installed in the Earlu Klein Home. Tear of television first television transmission aver wire circuit from Washington to new York City and by radio from Whippany n. Y., to new York City was demonstrated in 1927. Pickles grow sir Pickle growing and packing rep events a 150 million Dollar Industry. Light ships water u. S. Lightship Are being installed with a a a still that provides drinking water from Salt water the stills made of Monel blows off one gallon of brine for every gallon of fresh water it turns out. Sek a a Ute Zac the plainly marked Price display room give Assurance you la be asked to pay no More any Given service than other a lies Are paying. I will you he next 33.-500 people were killed in the United states by automobile accidents in 194 6. There were 1,150,-000 non fatal injuries from the same cause. We will insure you against injury to yourself damage to your automobile Legal liability if you Hurt somebody or damage somebody a property. Think it Over. Yard amp my far Lane e ra8fran.ce Agency across Street South from hotel Washington a a w9. Phone = Jones funeral Home e Quot a flyers 4h Foft Bishop-------3 it Rester 4---3 0 keeper 4__ 2 i Fin ice to 2 Chorpening---0 Vanvranken 0 flynn________2 of 0 totals 2<i Wayland pc Schantz 0 Eichelberger i resell ley_____3 mast_________3 Boshart i wyse________8 m. Roth______5 3 .%2 it 2 0 i 0 i 0 of 0 la to 6 6 0 0 4 0 43 Earll i Murphy 5 Kelley 2 wiley___________5 Putman i zook____________0 red linger i ask ea___________2 liters___________0 Denison 2 paton___________0 total a 23 t a i f to i i o 1 i i i 2 i 4 i i i i i 0 a it a i 9 9 i o Lull 4 0 9 9 la o a a Gill la 0 6 8 52 of to Foft of to faculty Bowman Alderman Weber White _ Hall Thayer j Eddie Griffin and Joe Columbus Junction Kelly Long and Jim a Phev Cedar rap. Ids Dick Bishop and Dean Dari-1lan<l 25 ing Cedar rapids the new italian j sensation called the giant and j Lime Ricci from Alabama. Wellman .�?~17 Fig it of to Swartzen Riiber 12 3 i 0 5 14 2 3 8 0 i 14 1 0 2 2 i 00 2 1 0 5 totals 21 3 11 4 5 score at half seniors 21. Faculty 16. Final score seniors 52, faculty 4 5. 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All we ask is for you to come in and give us a Chance to show what we have and give us a Chance to explain what we know about it. Our Stock is getting better More goods coming in most every Day. Yours for service Jim White manager in

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