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Washington Democrat (Newspaper) - March 30, 1921, Washington, Iowa Page 8the Washington Democrat wednesday March 30, 1921. Laie your ear washed of fhe White Way garage 37-11 Bain White went to Chicago monday on business. For Chicken coops and caterers Call on Geo. Wstewart. It miss Ophelia Miller was Home from Antes for Over the week end. By of him k Foon for hatching. Mrs. F. It. Scranton. Phone 22-20. 36-t3 Ada Hollingsworth returned to Wyman tuesday to resume a Case there. Come in and get acquainted with our Crank Case sen ice. White a manure. 37 to miss Ethel Guthrie of Muscatine is Here in the interest of the farm Bureau work. Mrs. George Dusenb it t v of West i Firestone and Miller tire and tubes at the White Way garage. 87-11 raise More Corn buy a 999 John Deere planter. Geo. W. Stewart. It mrs. L. L. Neiswanger and mrs. A. B. Neiswanger spent tuesday in Muscatine. W. C. Van Ness of Centerville came in monday to visit at the of l. Ellis Home spot Elal one lot of new Spring hats at Moo and $3.50. Clark amp Enslin. 37-tl senator j l. Brook Hart was Home from Des Moines for an easter visit with his family. Mis Bertha Johnson and daughters Marvel and Lucille of Keota spent monday in town. Hayes Corn planter drops like he Chester visited Mon Lay with mrs. Will Man hands. See it at Leo. Vav Stew Dusenbery. Arts. South Side. It Glenn Rouse was Home from it. Carl Meek was Home from Peoria Vernon for a few Days visit at the f to spend easter with his , or n. Rouse Home. I will file your saws and guarantee them to work right. O. E Brookhart 315 w. Sec. Street of miss Quot Ora Masson came Down from Iowa City for a week end visit with her Mother mrs. D. J. Masson. Rev a Frederick of Des Moines was Here sunday and Preat Hel in the afternoon at the a. M. E. Church. J getting ready for Spring and sum Mer driving get your new tires and tubes at Lytle Brothers garage. 37-tl j or. And mrs. J. Mckeone went to Keokuk tuesday to Ai tend the funeral of mrs. Mckeone s sister miss Joe Doyle. The cheapest they have been in years. Fancy Border White scrim curtain materials at 10c, 12c and 15c. Clark amp Enslin. 37-tl a miss Florence Baird of Ainsworth returned to her school work in Monmouth tuesday after spending her vacation at her Home. Mrs. George Stapp returned to her Home in Cotter monday after visiting her daughter mrs. Frank Hannstein who is in the Hospital. Or. And mrs a. T Brown and mrs h. S. Woodruff of St. Paul went to Keota monday to visit at the George and Guy Brown Homes. The misses Marjorie and Florence Cunningham returned monday to Ames after a Brief visit Home at the am Brose Cunningham Home. Or and mrs. Charles Warner and baby were Here Over last sunday vis ring at the Home of his parents or and mrs. W. H. Warner. Miss Hazel Kracaw appeared in an entertainment Given last evening in the methodist Church at Crawfordsville Given by the w. F. M. A of that town. Miss Fannie Wilson who is Domestic science supervisor in the schools at Fondu Lac win., has i Cen Here for a visit with her Mother mrs. Kila m Wilson miss Ruth Wilson returned monday to her teaching duties at Ames after having been Here for a Short vacation at the Home of her parents. Or. And mrs. F. L. Wilson. Miss Lucile Forgey came in from Des Moines Friday evening and spent the week end with her parents and her sister miss Carol who is having a vacation from her teaching duties at new Hampton Iowa. Miss Grace Vera Mayer of Chapin Iowa arrived saturday evening for a visit with her Uncle and aunt. Miss Lena and kid Mayer and wit ii other relatives miss Mayer is enjoying a week s vacation from her duties As teacher in the High school at Sheffield Iowa. Miss Lydia either county red Cross executive Secretary finished up her work in that office this week. And As no successor has been appointed to take her place tile county rid Cross organization will probably not have a Secretary in the future. Miss Richer has filled the Post very acceptably and had it not been for a Lack of funds in the organizations Treasury her Good work would no doubt have been continued for another year. River Side Leader. See n. L. Black for rubber Stamps. J and mrs. M. R. Meek. Katherine Striegle and Leona Lutz returned to Keota tuesday after visiting Alphonza Redlinger. Ors la w re Nee of it Vernon was a visitor in Washington last week representing Cornel College. Or. And mrs. Glen Hazen returned to Muscatine monday after a visit with her Mother mrs John Custer. Miss Nellie be Heilem returned yesterday to Iowa City following a Brief stay at the parental Otto Schlegel Home. Mrs Griffin Clark was a passenger for Verdi tuesday to visit at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Austin Sutherland. Howard Anderson who is employed at the h. D. Smith garage spent sunday at the Home of his parents near Crawfordsville mrs. La. S. Woodruff of St. Paul is visiting at the Home of her parents. Or. And mrs. A t. Brown 709 East Jefferson St. Victor Masson is tile new Man at the general delivery window at the Post office taking the place formerly occupied by Don Wylie Rose Wheelan returned to her school work in Davenport tuesday after spending her vacation at the Thomas Wheelan Home. Mrs j. C. Madison returned to her Home in Oskaloosa Atter spending the week end with the misses Myrtle Zella and Bernice Shields. Mrs. R. Woodard returned to her Home Iii Bedford la., tuesday after visiting her daughter mrs. Guy Nevius who has had blood poisoning in her Arm. W. R. Jeffrey who has been ill for number of weeks at his Home on South Marion Avenue has sufficiently improved to be Able to be up for a time each Day. Mrs. T. J. Berdy mrs. Katheryn a null and daughter have returned from their several months spent in Florida. They will reside in the Dusen Bery Home on East main Street. Or. And mrs. A. W. Yard trave removed from Washington to Fairfield where their future Home will be. Or. Yard has been placed in management of the new Benteen store recently opened in Fairfield a position which i is so Well fitted to occupy after his Many years experience in the grocery business. Washington people who have been interested in the accounts of the disappearance of the daughter of Rev. And mrs. Boyd formerly of Washington i it now of Waterloo will be glad o know that the girl has been found. She was with her aunt in Chicago and is now at her own Home again. Mrs. N. Al. Black went to Rock Island Early this week to attend the fiftieth wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Win. Morrison. Mrs. Henry Cmpbell went to the same place and for the same event last week. Mrs. Campbell was present at or. And mrs. Morrison a wedding fifty years ago. Miss Geneva Hunter la Home from Ames for the Spring recess. Miss Josephine Guthrie went to Davenport saturday to visit friends. Miss Helen Cunningham is Home from Rockford for a few Days stay. Mrs. George Dusenbery of West Chester spent the Day in town Friday Rodney Mayhew and Clarence Logan visited at the Clyde Maxwell Home Friday. Mrs. J. E. Ream left for Princeton 111., saturday to visit her Mother mrs. Anna Brood. Mrs j. In Mcglone went to Davenport thursday to visit her daughter. Stella Schilling miss Carol Forgey who teaches in new Hampton is spending her easter vacation at. Home. Rev. And mrs. T. F. Barker and daughter Opal spent saturday in Ainsworth with friends. Miss Kila Woodford and mrs. C. A Woodford spent the week end in Brighton with relatives. Mrs. George Mcfarland of Crawfordsville attended the social at the Baptist Church Friday. Have your differential and transmission filled with grease the next Marie Drish of Brighton visited miss Angeline Burke last saturday. Mrs. D. E. Zimmerman was a passenger for Muscatine saturday. Mrs. C. A. Sprague of Crawfordsville spent the Day in town Friday. Or. And mrs. J. W. Streit of Keota were Washington shoppers Friday. Have a barrel of Toherty Aren delivered for your tractor. White Way garage. 37-tl miss Marcia Debey visited with friends at Galesburg in a few Days last week. Special one lot of new Spring hats at $3.00 and $3.50. Clark amp Enslin. 3j-tl mrs. De Bambrick and daughter Evelyn went to Davenport saturday to spend the Day. Willard Hunter who attends Cor Nell College is spending his easter i vacation with his parents. Elsie Bratten and Dorothy Libe who i attend Parsons College Are Home for j their easter vacation. Ralph Zeck and Archie Benson went to Columbus Junction saturday to at tend a cattle Sale there. Miss Edna Klein is Home from it. Vernon where she attends Cornell j. W. Nebergall went to Verdi Friday on business. I i Elizabeth Flander spent the week end at her Home in Keota. J your car make it look Uke new. White Way garage. 37-tl i Daisy Mcfarland was a passenger for Ainsworth thursday to visit relatives. Mrs. Jane Hopkins went to Keota Friday to visit her son or. M. Mcgraw. Miss Abigail Bishop went to Davenport thursday to attend the teachers meeting. Mrs. Carl Jungbluth and daughter Helen were passengers for Muscatine Friday to spend the Day. Miss Blanche Sutherland spent the week end at her Home in Brighton. Virginia Clark went to Keota wednesday to visit her sister mrs. Flave Hagist. Mrs. George Stewart was a passenger for Keota to visit her daughter mrs. Isaac Marr. Mrs. Glen Taylor went to Des Moines thursday to visit her sister mrs. F. M. Wall. Mrs. Marguerite Miller went to East pleasant Plains thursday to visit her parents or. And mrs. Martin Fritz. Mass Onieta Palmer who attends Monmouth College is spending her Spring vacation with her parents mrs. Fred Palmer. Miss Dale Ebner went to Ainsworth Friday to gait relatives. Louise Livingston who attends Monmouth College is spending her vacation at Home. H. J. Montgomery went to Ames thursday to attend the vocational teachers meeting. Mrs. J. A. Harwood returned last week from her Winters stay in Florida. She reports a most delightful Winter. Martha and Ruth Mcginnis arrived Home thursday morning from morning Sun where they have been visiting at the Home of their brother Geo. Mcginnis. For stencils see n. L. Black. �<3�3�33�3�3rr���33�3rr5�3�3�3�33�33�33�3�3��3�3r��33��3�33�3��3k3�3���3�3�3�3��3�3l3�3kr�33��3�3�3�3�3�3�3m�3�> j music or nor a at a . I music and pictures hip to Lawn. While Way garage. College for the Spring vacation. 37-tl j Howard Ayers was in town monday mrs Blanche grecian and baby vis and he looked much better than we if cd last week at the Home of her Par expected to see him considering such ends. Or and mrs. Alf Anderson at or. And mrs. Cleon Noffsinger and Keota. Son Lloyd Albert of South English mrs. Clarence Shanafelt of Seymour were Washington visitors last week. Iowa. Has been Here visiting with her a Fine nine Pound son was born to Mother mrs. Sue Lytle and with other or. And mrs. William Earl mender at county Hospital wednesday of mrs. C. Johnson and daughter Mil Ter noon. Dred of Ottumwa passed thru Here j miss Marie Jacoby passed thru Here saturday on their Way to Crawford on her Way to w Yman saturday after program to it Fox themm music and pictures attending Tho teachers meeting Ville to visit relatives. Ref arid mrs. C. F. Hoffman s. K. Davenport. Lea cos and daughter Nannie and mrs. Mrs c. H. Chopping left for her Lulu Randolph were visitors in Wash Home in St. Louis Friday after a visit Ingfong last week from Keota. With Sadie Anderson who lives five mrs. Henry Campbell went to Rock Miles East of town. Of today and thursday a go and get it the biggest smashing hit picture Dom has Ever offered Worth travelling Miles to see Island saturday to visit her son William Taylor and to attend the Golden Wedd Rig anniversary of or. And mrs. We. Morrison. Everett Griffith who attends the state University of Illinois at Champaign came Home the latter part of last week for a visit at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Arthur grrr nth. Or. And mrs. R. C. Lemley and daughter Lucille were in Richland a Short time Friday. They have recently traded their store at pleasant Plain for a farm near Chillicothe Iowa and have moved onto the Richland Clarion. Patrons of the Riverside Public schools recently handed a petition to the school Board of that Little City asking that they make no change in the Force of teachers in the schools there next year. Or. And mrs. W. A Warner have received a few More particulars concerning the death of their daughter. Mrs. W. H. Engle at Pasadena Calif. Mrs. Engle received a very severe Burn on her hand or Arm and blood Poison set in causing her death. Mrs. George Mcdaniel and children Alice and Merritt went to Fairfield saturday to visit mrs. Mcdaniel smother mrs. A Miller. Miss Mildred Mauthe came in from Cedar Falls last week and is spending a few Days vacation from her work at at the Sta a teachers College with her parents or. And mrs. Fred Mauthe. Mrs. A. Or. Clow and children returned the latter part of last week from Corydon where they had been visiting at the Home of her parents. Or. Clow made a trip to Corydon and accompanied them Home. Mrs. A r. Bell and baby who have been up eroding the past several months at the Home of her Mother mrs. E. J. Stewart and with other relatives left last week for their Home at Fillmore Saskatchewan Canada. A Long and hard sick spell he has suffered. He certainly had a hard tussle but since his operation which occurred at the Washington county Hospital about three weeks ago he has made rapid strides toward recovery and is fast gaining his usual strength. Wellman Advance. F riday Eileen Percy in the fast and furious fun play a a the blushing Bride a a sure fire gloom dispelled also showing a Young Buffalo in the Western thriller a the Law of the Border a saturday May Allison in the thriller extraordinary a the marriage of we. Ashe a guaranteed attraction also showing a without a wife High class comedy and topics of the Day j we re moving today and hereafter you la find us on the West Side of the Square in the room formerly occupied by the Belknap music store. Our Telephone is the same number 500. Come in and see us in the new quarters. Ming next week Wallace Reid Nazimova Shirley Mason amp Eugene of Brien and the big massive All Star metro special a love Honor and obey pictures wedded to the photoplay by Geo i. Bickford at tile or an a a a cd cd ec3c4cmcseartcictctc�ic<eaeagkktemgacktc8gagktc8etgmi i _ Kitchen i _ cabinets ? the Hest servant in your House a pc Sellers v la plainly piano House West Side Square when your Ford gets Spring fever when the engine Bucks and refuses to pull in last Falls style and she die it at just the wrong moment and starts a knot King when a bit of Power is required then its time to have the Spring fever cured at header new Ford and old Ford can be made to give excellent service if you simply let our repair men give it a Little attention and care Hight now is the Best time to have hat overhauling done so that you will be ready to go when the impulse comes. Mender service is the kind that Means no worry on the Road we say we Are Ford experts because we know Ford troubles from a to z. Drive in today Aud talk it Over of. E. Henefer Ford by pair sen ice garage in rear of White Way admission to and 25c matinee daily 2 30 night shows 7 30-9 00 saturday Only a a soldering embers of Graham Washington a fun Center they crowded in on us. Last night for first show on a once to every it will be shown again tonight thursday amp Friday William Christy Cabanne s powerful human document a the stealer so Woven by the hand of a master into a picture with a heart and soul. The picture illustrates How a supposed Man of god got his orders from hell. A Page from life. A Joe Martin the Only Baboon actor on the screen. Its a scream. Starring Frank Keenan he is known As America s greatest character actor a a you la play with me alright but you won t Deal from the Bottom of the comedy a it takes a monday Only Eva Novak in a the smart set tuesday a the flame of hell Gate this is a Kitchen Comfort any woman can enjoy prize Quot your Kitchen and you save hours of time and Miles Steps it becomes a True convenience to do your work in the Kitchen. The Sellers is easy to buy talk it Over with us. Sell of f t y f t of t t a i t a a i j t amp

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