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Oxford Mirror, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1936, Oxford Junction, IowaThe Oxford Mirror the a Hook pro Ting co. Published every entered the pm Toffee comford Junction Iowa m mail matter. Chronology continued from Page one june 4 miss Helen ales and Al Bert Souhrada were married. One Hun dred and eighty four votes were cast in the primary election 104 were re publican. Memorial services were held at the cemetery decoration Day. Council votes to Oil town streets. Or. And mrs. We. Thome held open House on their -25th wedding anniversary. Harlan Kiesling and Gladys Demoss were married. June 11 Helen Mohr and Stanle Sobotka were married. Soil bases for farms were mailed. Alfred Trinka won scholarship award Given by Des Moines Register and Tribune. It is possible that Oxford May have a liquor store. Mrs. Albert Souhrada was complimented at a Shower at lost nation. June a. A. Cubbage died. Mar Ion Clausen was offered a contract in big league. Vets receive Bonus Bonds. Foundation work was started on Frank Koranda s new Home. A delegation will attend Board meeting and ask that the cemetery Road be widened. June 25 first band concert of Srsa son Given thursday. Republicans will meet at Anamosa to finish convention work. L. F. Zeller completed 25 years As insurance agent with same com Pany. July 2 Roy Hamdorf had a narrow escape in Auto mishap. Helen Shedek will take charge of Beauty shop at Anamosa. Paul Ingwersen of near Oming died. County political tons were held. L. C. Hodoval sent several oddities to the pc Turin drug its museum at Iowa City july a Walter Koranda at tempt to Kidnap him. About 1800 peo ple attended the dance at the Pavilion the fourth. Mayme Burch Law rence Skoog of a Dir rams mrs. Grace Stuhr was to a cd to hear. The medi Cine show is be be held at school grounds. July 16 funeral was held for Joseph Mizaur u victim of the heat or. And mrs. Emil e. Koranda of Davenport died. Or. And mrs. Fred Mcclure entertained friends on their 25th wedding anniversary. Miss sue Grimwood was taken by death. Mil Ugoline in pop com machine caught fire for Bud Fritz and destroyed the machine. Chas. Wosoba and miss virile Pedago of Roanoke a. Were married. Mrs. Daniel Barnes of Tipton died. September Smith and Raymond Nowachek were married tuesday. Held for John g. Ried of Onslow. Miss Marie Peterson of Wyoming and Harold Graves of Baldwin were married. Lightning caused the barn on the Lorenz Bro Dersen farm near Onslow to Burn. September Shower was Given complimenting mrs. Palmer Vaughn. Lewis Hayden is now a licensed embalmer. Half Century club is organized and the Mirror is a member. Louis Buresh sold his prize team of grandpa invites some of the boys in red Roan geldings to a Man from Shell Rock for october Luke and Oli ver Brunscheen of Wyoming were married. Fred Koch and Joe Hovlik cars come together in crash. E. E. Fillips plans to stage a series of Community sales this Winter j. C. Mcconaughy had a narrow escape when he became unconscious while driving his car. The county superintendent entertained the superintendents of the county. October 8 Albert Rhoads died. Health Protection plan is being worked out for pupils of school. The wedding of Nellivieve Rorah of Marion and Lumir Peckosh was held. Or. Galen Ross who previously has been a dem or. W office Oxford 75. Aai Junction Adt. C. N. Hayden in Advance. Corn papers Are received in county. December 17 postal Telegraph places facilities in operation Here. The Community Christmas program was held saturday. The schools and churches Are All preparing special programs for Christmas. New county farm Bur eau plan is Given. For the to Menaker suggestions news for women readers homemade candies win j stockings and Trees candles and wreaths and homemade candies make december 24-Harry Bunn died at Christmas a festive occasion. We buy december 21, 1916 Steps Are being taken to organize a p. T. A. Miss Myrtle Fields has accepted a position As nurse in the state institution at independence., Jos. Kulhavy or. Attended two big sales of shorthorn cattle in the West Ern part of the state last week. Mrs. John Kenney has gone to Santa Monica calif., where she will spend the Winter with her daughter mrs. T. Bryant. Geo. Leslie local manager of the Iowa electric co., has handed in resignation. His position will be filled by Peter Jansen of Dewitt. Miss Bernice Millsap and i. N. A Cora were married. J. H. Lathrop has patented the Frost King hog Waterer. December 28, 1916 mrs. Mammon is improving from her recent operation but is still a patient at a Cedar rapids Hospital. A marriage License has been issued to Harry h. Harris of Voorhees and Elizabeth Curley of Hale. Mrs. Anna Kotilinek fell and broke her Arm. Ross Huffner of Sigourney who is visiting at the we. Campbell Home badly Cut when he bumped into a Guy wire on one of the electric lion Socrat gave a talk Here boosting Lan Don. One act plays to be Given. Go m. Jackson receiver of the o. J Sav Ings Bank resigned. Adel Luke o Wyoming and dome Hamblin of Del wis. Were married. October Fifield was one Forest fire fighters while in Oregon. The truck driven by Lumir Vacek was destroyed by fire. The soil conserva Ion committee has set oct. 21st As deadline for Liming. Antone Herda had the first local farm Sale of the season. October pupils list and on school Honor Roll. Harvey Grover and Howard Becker two Oxford township men will enter Corn husking contest. De Tabor writes a letter to the Mirror expressing Hope that All voters consider trend of America in election. Mrs. Leah Juehring and Vic Tatak were married. October will vote at the new fire station Here. Or. And mrs. Ira Wosoba now of lost nation were honoured at a Silver wedding dance Here. Twenty eight students took pan in the immunization move against Anamosa Hospital. Lodges and clubs elect officers. Or. And mrs. De Steele enjoy wild Turkey they shot in the Arkansas ozarks. Ben Behnken an Anamosa Farmer was instantly killed in Auto Accident. For. Ledvina awarded contract to carry u. S. Mail he tween depot and Post office. Stockings our Trees our candles modern Days Candy to fact adj dred Benhart and Harry by incr were f b the. County agent cd by heat. The main streets have been covered with Oil and Rock. Mrs. Girl Hansen of Clarence died. July 23 mrs. Augusta Bronson died at Marshalltown. Virginia she Dek won the Diamond ring Given in the popularity contest by the Medicine show. Mrs. Sadie Strep per died 21 Onslow. Annual picnic Sta Jed by was sic Post groups. July Weber s cafe will suspend business. A Crew of painters from Calamus were awarded the contract to redecorate the school building. Or. J. W. Thompson of Manchester and a Dinc Hall of Columbia to. Were married. Frank Peckosh was name to serve on committee to Lay Corner Stone on new court House. Car burned in Yard at Frank Henak s farm Home. Miss Blossom Moore and Bernard Kail were married. August Muriel Brown and Ger Ald shirk were wed. Mrs. Anna Macek and Frank Dolezal died. Mrs. Harry Burner was complimented at a show or. Forty tons of Alfalfa Hay and two Straw stacks burned on the Carl hut ton farm near Wyoming. August big Horseshoe will be held at Wyoming. The Peterson pro Duce will install a Cooling system. School Board is faced with repair problem or a new Furnace. Or. And mrs. J. L. Peterson moved to Lisbon. Lavurne Carson is now running the Standard station. August mrs. E. J. Snopek taken in death by sudden stroke of apoplexy. Jones county fair is being held at Monticello. Many attended funeral services for mrs. August Ruther at Clarence. Louis Buresh won prizes at Wyoming horse show. August the wedding of Vera Biddick and Palmer Vaughn took place thursday. D. D. Cubbage bought mrs. Kate Rogers House. Lillian and Anna Mizaur bought h. E. Tech House. Stu diphtheria and smallpox. The demo cratic and Republican parties held rallies. Or. And mrs. L. E. Hayden observed their 57th wedding anniversary. November 5 Roosevelt re Clicc cd president. Republican supervisors control Board. Claude Johnson died at Maquoketa. Mrs. Chas. Sly of Chi Cago died. Mrs. Frank Nowaczck was injured in car mishap. Mrs. Thomas Hunwardsen died at gushing Iowa. November Blizek Home threatened by fire. A Shower was Civ in complimenting mrs. Lumir Peck Osh. M. Souhrada will be Yard fore Man at Cedar rapids. John Martensen on county Corn husking contest. Ray mond Harrington opens theatre at lost nation. Armistice Day observed with fitting program under direction of lesion. November Benhart died. Rural electrification gets Federal Proval. Bids Are wanted for the carry ing of mail to and from the depot to the pest office. Lutheran Bazaar was patronized by Many. Red Cross drive county farm Bureau program the third main project in the Dif Ferent divisions of the Jones county farm Bureau program to be conducted in 1937 is entitled agricultural economics projects. Listed under Thi division is included farm management record keeping Market and farm finances. The activities Are listed As follows 1. Continue to co operate with the Cedar Valley farm business association. 2. Urge More Farmers to keep farm records and place their farms on a business basis. 3. Disseminate current economic information gained from state meet Ings to township groups and other bulletin on Iowa farm Outlook in 1937." 4. To make available information on institutions offering farm credit. 5. Timely information at township meetings. Hold special county meet Ings if necessary. 6. Continue to co operate with the farm debt committee and assist debt distressed Farmers. 7. Hold county Wool Pool if farm ers desire. 8. Continue the county planning committee and further develop a county program. Special emphasis shall be riven to proper use of land Las a permanent basis for profitable agriculture. Peanut Brittle creams and chocolates made in our own kitchens. Successful Candy making is a thrill. Never be stirred after the sugar has dissolved because stirring starts crystallization which causes graininess. After the solution is cooled it should be Well beaten. The product will be smooth and palatable. Many festive Holiday candies a be made with fondant. Blanched Pistachio nuts and candied cherries May be rolled into Vanilla fondant. After the Roll is cold it May be dipped into chocolate and sliced. Large dried prunes Are delicious when stuffed with a fondant to which fruit or nuts and Flavouring have been added. They car be decorated with candied cherries and nuts in Holiday designs. Grapes washed and dried May be dipped in melted fondant of different colors. Peanut butter fudge is made by add ing Peanut butter instead of butter to the fudge just As it is taken from the heat. Chopped figs dates raisins can died or dried fruits added just before the fudge is turned into the pan mryc. A delicious fruit fudge. Poles while sliding. Four inches of Snow fell saturday. C. C. Starbuck died at his Home at Marion. Mrs. Mae Bailey married Jarres Stowers of Racine wis., at May Ioakem. Phillip Stine died. December 27, 1906 e. D. Chassell were married. Oxford Junction won the High school debate held at Wyoming last week. The Small son of or. And mrs. Frank Blizek died saturday. Frank Dlouhy sold his cottage to j Viniss Julia Zamist esl. Miss Lawler of Ireland last week for an indefinite stay with her sister. Two shows each show night 1 at and special new year s show fri., sat., sun., Jan. 1-2-3 swing time with Fred Astaire Ginger Rogers news o tues. Wed., Jan. 5 g Charlie Chan at the race track with Warner Oland also comedy 1 o 1 wednesday in Bank night o i Sal Sim. 20c i Bank c. N. Hayden mortician phone 81-22 Oxford jct the Wool Market is Strong with some possibility of it advancing in the next few months operetta is Henry von is being made. November Given. Or. And mrs. Sprecken and or. And mrs. Fred von Sprecken celebrated their wedding anniversaries by holding a dance. Work of rocking the primary Road was completed. December Rehmke was killed in crash on Stanwood Railroad crossing Skinner Sells store to Cecil Poorbaugh. Oxford entered the county one act play contest but Wyoming came out As the Winner. Ruth Carpen Ter of Hale married George of Wyoming. December Pearl Wright of Olin and Wilbur Barnhart were mar ried. Vince Willimack died at lost nation. Iowa Highway signs numbered 117 Are being replaced with signs bearing no. 64. S. B. Walker of Cala Register at school Friday and saturday. Announcement made of the marriage in May of Raymond Harrington of Wyoming and Edna Ledvina. T. C. Barrett died at Cascade. September new heating unit will replace old boiler in school. Schmo children were Given free ice "22t. Barriers Creamery. Dette Caster will be employed at the Creamery. The High school classes organized. Oxford Ball team Vor. Both county fair games. September Hundred attended the picnic of mount Ida District. Mrs. Harrington honoured at a Shower. Runs made funeral arrangements with or. And mrs. H. L. Soenksen of Waterloo visited Christmas with the former s Mother mrs. Peter Soenksen and family exit Candle drippings Candle Wax on table Linen will or a evidence the Day after Christmas. A Dull edged knife or a spoon is the first weapon in removal. As much Wax As possible should be scraped off. The second step in melting out the remainder of the Wax. Lay the cloth right Side Down on a piece of clean White blotting paper. Press Over the spot on the wrong Side with a warm Iron. Continue pressing Over clean spots on the blotting paper until no the Greasy looking stain which will remain in the cloth can be sponged out with a cloth dampened with a grease solvent. The spot should be Laid Over an absorbent surface and sponged from the outside Edge of the spot to Ward the Center. If after these three Steps there is still a spot rub on a Little lard and then sponge it off with cleaning fluid. Executor s and executrix s notice no. 5143 Public notice is hereby Given that the undersigned have this Day been appointed and commissioned by the District court of Jones county in the state of Iowa executrix and executor of the estate of Frank t. Benhart deceased and All persons having claims against said estate Are hereby notified to file them with the clerk of said court clearly stated and duly sworn to and within Legal time preparatory to their being allowed or proved and persons owing said estate Are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned and avoid costs. Dated at Anamosa Iowa this 22nd Day of december a. D. 1936. Otto Shedek executor Francis Shedek executrix. James l. Cave att y for estate. I0-4t Shimanek Shimanek at Law Oxford Junction Iowa estates settled wills drawn the buying Power of the net income of Farmers As a group is the highest in 17 years the United states Bureau of agricultural economics observes. Buresh garage and general repairing electric weld1n6 Zeller insurance Agency Safe Insun Pouch at u a f. A Glijer notary or. G. H. Cress dentist office a. M. To 5 p. James l. Cave attorn icy at Law estates practice in All car Qutb office to a i Strong Bank m i the i must employ at once a living of in Small town or on finn. Permanent work. Must fied with earning month at first address Box 7346. Care of this to Tower. Name add i j Monticello state new year s Day for top Optat witly 193fi Bra puff its tank bark to Nib i Pim Tolje thu menus rcintmir5 iss my in Star that Pemsl tag. Annc a Tali to fit Gurji Afati 1937 Mill be of Biddick lumber co. R Oxford Jet Fotiuk Iowa
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