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Fairfield Daily Ledger (Newspaper) - August 19, 1940, Fairfield, Iowa The Fairfield la daily Ledger. Monday. August 19. 1940 or Frelen Miller of Bladen Alkirk 73, taken by death dominating treasure Isiah Batavia auf. Of mrs. When Mcreynolds mall tar 73. Away at Hor Hoina one mile West of Bladensburg at 6 30 p. In. 8atiir Day. She had been in poor health for the Paat ten months and seriously ill for the past three weeks she was bom in Apelio county and lived in this Vic Talty her entire life. She was married to lout Miller december 24, 1893. Her husband preceded her in deat i in 1928. Mrs. Miller is survived by on daughter mrs. Vera Clark of Ottumwa and two Brothers. So my Reynolds of Hedrick and h. M. Mcreynolds of Garnett Kansas one daughter and one brother preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held today at 2 00 p. In. In the Miller Home with Rev. John Hast in in charge. The body is now at the Campbell funeral Home at Nauvia. Interment will be in the Agency cemetery. Ohn to Uslina married sunday in Washington in miss Leona Hueston of Olds and John Yoi isling of Washington were United in marriage sunday evening at the first methodist Church in Washington with Rev. R. C. Keagy officiating. Max see served the Groom As Best Man. And the Bride s sober was her attendant. Or. Yousling is connected with the Borden music shop in Washington and comes to Fairfield each week to instruct the accordion. Following the wedding ceremony a Rece Jolon was held at the Home of the Bride s parents in Olds the couple departed for a week trip through Northern Minnesota. Mrs. Yousling has been employed in the offices of her fathers lumber company in Olds and lius served As Relief Telephone operator in that town. Attending the wedding from Fairfield were or. And mrs. Carl Rundquist. Lillie Lewis weds Keith Smutz of Birmingham Rev. And mrs r. A. Kastman and daughters Are enjoying a visit with Rev. Kastman s parents in Michigan. Or. And mrs. Glen Sherman mrs. Charles Hyldy and or. And mrs. George Hareen left saturday noon for a two weeks vacation in Estes Park. Carol Linn Sherman is being cared for by her grandparents. Or. And mrs. L. H. Linn during her parents absence. Charles Berg of Fairfield and brother Henry returned Home wednesday from a visit with their brother at Emporia Kansas. Or. And mrs. Charles Boos mrs. Nellie Mccurdy and Jack Cox of Des Moines have visited relatives Here this week. Mrs. C. F. is spending some time with her daughter. Mrs j. J. Orman and family in Ottumwa. Trick and a Small Pool of water rom honed to make fins Lille this novel View of the famous 400-foot Tower of the inn in Neil inn Dinar of treasure Island in san Franciseo Ray which will open its Gates on May a for an entirely new and Beau Ful edition of the Tohlen Gate internal Lonal Kaspo Kiuon. At Camp Ripley with the 133rd a by f. N. S. In. Miss Lillie Lewis daughter of or. And mrs. Perry Lewis of Libertyville and Keith Smutz of Birmingham were married yesterday at the time of the brides parents. Attendants were miss Kathleen Stansberry of Liberty Ville and Ronald Ash Mead of Ottumwa. Rev. Lathrop pastor of the m e. Church of Libertyville performed the double ring ceremony. Din Ner was served after the event. Guests at the it hiding included or. And mrs. Harley Smutz. Erma Smutz. Or. Rex Topping and Wendall King of Birmingham or. And mrs. Clifford Roehring and Marilyn Jean Jimmie Cummings and Delbert Lewis of Fairfield mass Eliza King. Or. Guy Kiger. Mrs. Nellie King of it. Pleasant mrs. Lillie Lewis and Rev. And mrs. John Lathrop and Jerry of Ubert Yville after aug. 21st they will be at their Lime in Mediapolis Iowa. Camp Ripley Friday. I fitly 10 00 a the Tim it is out in the Field the five Days arc not the Only ones who have had their Quot Blitzkrieg Quot it that fast becoming a go xxx word for the Camp Ripley area night was visited by one of the worst rain storms accompanied by a very High wind far fielders iia a seen for some time. Quite a number of tents Over the area were blown Down while the rain drenched a portion of equipment in most All tents. Several tents were whipped to pieces by the High wind. The men out on the Battle fronts experienced great Duco fort and today Many ii this have sent in their soaked blankrts.rtc., to be i read out in Timpany streets for drying. Training of Tho band and medical detachment at 3 .�0 a. In. Saturday morning with Hie service company loading into their trucks for the Overland trip thirty minutes later. This will bring the train units into Fairfield about or 9 of clock that evening Accord ing to the special s schedule and the service Section sunday after noon perhaps about 2 00 o clock Mason City generally is the overnight Stop for the service boys coming Back and Albert Lea minn., going to Ripley. A Rumor says 15 of the service company men will accompany the band on the train. Rev. Kutman a Joy i it in Michigan French consulate Freak potato grown by Pete Flem pain a Large Irish potato of Tim isrial proportions was brought to the Ledger office today and is now on display in the window there. The potato with six smaller potatoes growing from it. Was grown by Pete Despain 502 West Jefferson Street. 79afety la Modem be up to Date. County safety coun Cua military service for George Rudolph saturday Ottumwa Viconte Daumale Viconte Jaques do Aumale former French minister at Bogota Colombia is shown As he arrived in new York to assume charge of the French consulate. His title is that of Quot minister plenipotentiary which the first time such a Tytla has been used by a French Diplomat military funeral services were held saturday afternoon for Geo. Rudolph at the Johnson funeral Home in Ottumwa on tuesday while work lne on a Large school building in Ottumwa he fell 12 feet to a Concrete floor and away wednesday evening he is survived by his wife father. John Rudolph of Birmineham two Sisters mrs. Charles Greenfield also of Birmingham. And mrs. He a Jones of Libertyville and a brother. Carl of Cheyenne Wye. He was 49 years old and a world War Veteran. George Kerr had the misfortune to have his Eyebrow Cut by coming in Contact Wotli a steel Fence past while in driving cattle. The wound required one stitch to close it. Or. And mrs. Craig Russell and family of near Grinnell visited and friends Here the past week. Or. And mrs. Walter Morrell attended the funeral of mrs. Frank Glotfelty in in Libertyville on Friday morning. Helen Hoot Nan. Mary . Clifford Mckee and Jack Stout went to Burlington on thursday evening and made the trip on the Large excursion boat there at the Junior a exhibit at fair Field held last week Junior Cowen son of or. And mrs Roy Cowen living North sweat of town took frat pm with his Aberdeen calf in the baby beef division also sixth place was Given to his Hereford calf. The Cowens were former Packwood residents until last Spring when they moved to a farm they purchased Northwest of town. Junior cont Nihl his school year there. He plans to attend High school at Libertyville this year. Prank Mckee left Friday for a two weeks tour his first visit will be at the botanical gardens in St. Louis then through City to los Angeles and attend the fair at san fran Rusco. And will visit in Denver and Many interesting places. Mrs. Lena Jeffrey fell w Hole in the Yard at her Home on tuesday and injured her Arm quite badly. Or. And mrs. Dale Dahlner and children of Des Moines have returned Home after spending their vacation visiting mrs Dah Iner s parents or. And mrs. R. B. Milf ii Imp Tomk Dahlner relate Fra is in Fairfield. In. Dahlner we re Meifu a to As Peart who formerly lived West of Jean Goodman Dai igniter of and mrs. Gale of Oodman been accepted a a i in the by. Joseph Hospital la Kuk starting sept. 1st. Mrs William Burch accompanied by her daughter lira. Dorothy and family of Keo Aai Are a lilting their Daugher and Slater in. Van Dusten Ani fifty at Fairfield rom unit. Prof Malcolm tout of a analog mich., returned Home after n pleasant visit with his Mouier mrs. 8. P. Trout near Dooda. Malcolm is a graduate of the Birmingham High school. The latest report from Robert Albright who had his injured Arm auth stated several Days ago m a Des Moines Hospital is that he ii improving nicely. Olaf Fhil Ost Weston Behner funeral Home i nearing the end the time is Short Rebecca Lodge meets tuesday Hawkeye Rebecca Lodge no. 386 will meet in regular session tuesday evening at 8 o clock at the Woodman Hall. A Good attendance is desired. The a Battle ends today and by night the army will have returned to Camp. Several of the opposing a Gular army units it is said will depart for other pasts but this will not affect the Ripley population the regulars Are All outside the Camp confines. Tomorrow. Saturday is supposed to con tam inspections while the usual saturday afternoon Liol Day will be in Force. Next week the last will contain Range work local it a Field work , Etc. With the breaking of Camp on saturday. One can hear any sort of Rumor they wish to listen to none authentic and Many of the wildest nature. But from the authority available there seems to be no doubt but what the Ripley units will return to their Home stations. Rectum schedule for of air Field units now receive Calls for in the japanese he a still there this interesting picture Ihori two members of the British Sef Lorth highlanders and a japanese Soldier on guard along the bund Slang hat China. The Highlander have now gone As the British have withdrawn their armed forces in Shanghai for a service elsewhere men in Camp will Welcome the return of the troops from the Quot front lines in that Tim dinner menu will got out of the Sandwich it , three of those imitation a fillers Quot together with a cup of Coffee and an Apple being the same noon mess the men in the Field have had All week. Tomorrow real dinners begin again. Air activity was enlivened this morning by Hie appearance of nine big u. S. Bombers which i flew Over Camp for a couple of hours. They were twin motored fortresses and gave an idea of real air Progress. A Oliree marriage were issued Over the weekend from the county clerks office of tile issued on saturday one we Iii to Leo g. Smith 23 of it. Plea-.s4nt, and do Rosiy May Frescoln 22. Also of it. . This was witnessed by Donald e. Smith. The second la cent went to the Xmas he Erette Smitti 19, a Airfield and Agnes Beatrice Hootman 20, of Cedar rapids. Tile License was witnessed by mrs. Ellen Smith of Fairfield. On Friday a License was issued to Keith w. Smutz. 20, of Birmingham. And Lillie b. Lewis 18, of Libertyville. This was witnessed by Ellen w. And Harley Smutz. Juanita Willey and Luel Hurst married miss Juanita Wiley daughter of mrs. Clara Grace 309 East Kirkwood. Was married to Luel Hurst of Ash Grove mo., on August 4 at Shelbina. To. The ceremony occurred at the Home of Rev. R h. Simmons at 10 30 a. In. The Bride wore White Satin. At the noon hour a dinner was served by the Bride s aunt mrs. E. H. Simmons. The Groom is the son of or. And mrs. Ray b. Hurst of Ash Grove to. Mrs. Hurst will continue her work at the Woolworth store Here. Charles inns attend anniversary at Algona or. And mrs. Charles Linn 504 West Burlington and son Charles and Marjorie Munson returned last wednesday from Algona where they attended the 50th wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Henry Baler former Fairfield residents. Meguire return from vacation trip or. And mrs. L. S. Mcguire 400 West Hempstead returned saturday evening from a two weeks vacation spent in Duluth Minnesota and eau Claire Wisconsin. Lost our lease everything must got no exchanges no refunds every Sale for Cash fixtures for Sale quitting business a a a until we can find suitable location. This great sales event offers you a Chance to buy Quality merchandise at a saving of 23 to 50 percent on the Dollar. Buy now. Buy now for present and future needs it Wol pay you come see for yourself this is your Chance of a Lite Fine menus hand tailored suits in a Large assortment of styles and fabrics. Every one a masterpiece of the tailors arts famous Kuppen Heimer make the clothing that never fails to satisfy values to $55.00 now Only also Michaels Stern and other Well known makes fancy tweeds Cheviot twists and worsted every garment a Wool menus dress shirts value $3.oo �?�f-47 2 for 12.75 menus leather jackets values to 7 77 men s Wool sweaters values to $5.00 a a headlight overalls or jackets value $1.69 a i of pair limit a menus topcoats of Coj to custom tailored perfect fitting values to $55.00 now so a.77 to i now is the Timeto buy save 14 34�?� do not miss these values menus i of percent All Wool suits broken sizes values to $37.50 slg.77 Kuppenheimer Michaels Stern and other Well known makes. Greatest hat values Ever offered in this Vicinity Knox and Dunlap $7.50 values hats s.77 $5.00 t77 values 9 $4.00 $.77 values j a broken sizes values to $4.00 sw.77 Harry o. Crow it dung and furnishings fwu men a pyjamas Ahmu to $j47 a rib rain Coats Arleed to Mem a to �?�8 �?�77 Wool Salmi to a 77 pair mini a Wool sure Vahamo to �?�14 .77

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