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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - December 3, 1920, Washington, Iowa
Natl Roar want known flirt the by Ming journal 1�ol fled Columna Che evening journal flt Nitro emf tin wow ton or hat inlay get. Orally Lute. Slightly Cahier ton Ile and m. W. Portion hat a Hay. Volume 28 Washington. Iowa Friday Evenin Dix Ember t2u number 249milwaukee twin robbed Winfield tries to prove its claims increased express rates effective today agent Eccl Oscey of the american hallway express company received a to la Grani today from Lim no stating that now rat am to take football coach hah article Effort today on shipment inside the Buta. I the in m Runoff of a pub that is the Burlington Hawkeye carries a communication from Earl a knee i coach of the Winfield High school football team. In which he set Forth j the razors Why he believe Winfield should he re my preference Over Washington for the Southeastern Iowa High achoo football championship. He has i Hie Contention on the fact of Winfield score of 258 Points against 29 scored by opponent while Washington scored 138 Points during the season and 14 Points were scored against the locals by Southeastern Iowa team How about the schedule in Washington the fact that Winfield piled up a Large total against the trams it played Doe not seem to he a very Strong argument. If Washington had played Letts Fremont fort Madison and morning Sun. The Home team would also have made a larger total score hut while Winfield was meeting the teams named Washington was playing such teams As Fairfield Ottumwa Richland and Sigourney representing schools that always figure strongly in High school athletics. Richland for instance Defeated Fremont by practically the same score that Winfield did and Washington heat Richland 28 to 0. Another instance in proof of the fact that we Ashington played a harder schedule and so deserves More credit Winfield beet Burlington 24 to 0 bit beet Burlington 91 to 0 on won from Fairfield 22 i men lie has referred in Hie Hawkeye piece to the washing ton Winfield game claiming that Luck favored Washington in that encounter it could be stated that the Washington team reached Winfield tired out from a Long automobile trip through the mud and were not in their usual condition it Alghi he stated too that Winfield was Able to tie the score Only because the officials pulled what is regarded to Washington As one of the worst a honer so Ever seen on a football Field. No cd a la mgr received a Winfield has expressed its will bigness to defend its title and challenged Washington to a Post season says the article from Winfield in the Burlington paper. Supt we j Landing and coach a. D. Dickinson said today that no Challenge has Ever be it n received at the local school from Winfield the Only communication in regard to the matter came front Parsons College of Fairfield suggesting that if a postseason game is played thai it by put on at Fairfield. There will be no Post season game. The Washington High school boys ate now entering their attention on basketball. Preparing to play a schedule which includes games with All the leading schools in Southeast pm Iowa. New rates do not effect interstate business and Are Only on certain clares of goods shipped by express. The increase in first and second class is about twelve per rent. Mrs jibs pm s bist r. Mrs. Eva Livingston assisted the hostesses in receiving and in the dining room delicious Light refreshments were served by mrs. D. J. Ross. Mrs h w. And mrs r. L Livingston mrs. Frank Wells and mrs Ralph Gibson. Chrysanthemums were the decorations. Concert company Here next tuesday Woodmen elect new of mgr for year la Eft Date iou fortnightly f Lub Muhic to bump. Member changed few Hight. 17 the annual Elbe i Ion of officers of the local Lodge of the modern Woodmen was held yesterday evening. With the following result Gail Cox v. O. De Bambrick. Advisor a f. Mcnamara Bau Fri j. G. Moriarty clerk i. Fairyb escort John Haifley watchman Charles curl sentry w. P. Moriarty a manager for three years p a Flat Ross la authority for the information that flank Macon was a red Cross offer accepted by Board of Templa tement of in blk Mahe inns ule by the red Cross school attention of the one wha purchased tickets for the music course of two candidate for every office and into bars offered by the fortnightly mates that if or. Mar in could fill All two bandits Rifle Nail sack today to t Numi the Young women s missionary society of the second a noted presbyterian Church held a very interesting meeting last evening at the Home of mrs. Fred l. Stewart. Miss Ora Henderson the president presided Over a Brief business session and opened the meeting. Miss Blanche Mcfear Lara had charge of the lesson and conducted a quit on the entire textbook this was followed by a mis tonary pageant. A the Story of Sharif so which was Given under the direction of miss Mcfarlane in a very entertaining Way. Club is called to the fact that the Date for the concluding number has Heen changed from december 17 to december 7, which is next tuesday. The change is made on the receipt of information from the red path Vawter company to the effect that the mall Ebay concert company cannot possibly be Here on the 17th, the Date next week being offered instead of the one originally scheduled. Seats Are not checked off for this concert the admission being general. Ringle admission tickets for this i concert will be fifty cents each the j Price having been reduced from 75 cents. The first concert was at tended by a Large audience and an even larger House is expected next tuesday. The fortnightly club is the offices As Well in he filled himself at the Oyster up it or which can deluded the meeting he was entitled to every office la the Lodge. Nearly a h#<4v�d members attended the meeting it Wax a combined by Sines Aal social gathering and the at Tao dance showed that the members Are or rested in the organization. Several new members were received my ethers Are on the waiting list. Announcements there will the Thomas Sti a pupils recital it on tuesday evening next dec. Tim at eight of clock. The carom pan 1st will be mrs. E. J. A trained nurse for the City schools will soon be realized if plans of the local red Cross organization and the school Board can he successfully carried out. At a Quot meeting of the Board last night it was unanimously voted to a Apt the offer of the red Cross to finance Hie Public health nurse for j a time. And later it is hoped that funds will be available for the Board to carry on the work a a regular part of the school program. For some time there has been a growing sentiment in Washington for a school nurse. Recently the matter was brought before Tho Board in the form of a petition requesting that 8 nurse be added to the school Force however the increased demands of the Pant few months of the funds of the District made it no cd scary for the Board to three mail clerks found Bourd and gagged of Baix no. 8 War had begun Armeler or. A 8 Elton and mias table the matter temporarily. Not trying Tex make any Money out of Opal White Job Eleanor Walker the course in Ilia be Iii it Usu re out Ita a rat. And they find that they us give a Reading Grid also be heard local news a we know you will be surprised when we Tell you about those Dainty handkerchiefs for Only i cents at the fair. Can come out even by last number at the reduced Price. The mall Ebay company comes with the highest possible recommendation. It is composed of three foreign artists including Melle. Germains mall Ebay Mezzo Soprano Victor up Dellere violinist and her offering the songs. The singers taking part will be Mark grit mrs. A e. Bluntly mrs John % Tea in. Marguerite Mac j ugh. John 6. J a Mea. Mrs. T. C. Davis mantel Merton. Jessie Kerr Vera met Reedy Furray Mccreedy Ruth Bridges Madge Stone. Mabel the red Cross then came for methodist episcopal Tho following music will be Given sunday Organ prelude. A from a Mountain top Giggle a a vote Celeste Batiste Anthem. A weary Pilgrim hither come fear offertory a Berceuse in a Delbruck male quartet. A god Speed the rights Fillmore or. Griffith. Or. Mender. Or. Brown. Or. Johnston postlude Quot Vexilla Regis a Whiting in the evening i Organ prelude. A la Cinquain Talney Gabriel Marie Berceuse from Jocelyn i Godard a March in a Scotson Clark Anthem a evening belly with Chimes or. S. B. Jackson offertory. A a prayer Webor offertory duet a abide with me Jerome mrs. Plumly and mrs. Hampshire postlude a festival postlude in 0-� dem arest Token from the Chicago Milwaukee sunday school Quot at 930 at which he Paul passenger train no. 8, time the methodist orchestra will. A a a today. Play. Sermon by the pastor. The i the Quot robbery was perpetrated by Italy and d annul Trio Are now al War no actual fighting reported a yet to Tho reverting journal Minneapolis dec. 8�?one Hundred piece of registered mall were Ward with the offer that the nurse Morni topic a Marks of the lord to bandits who boarded the mall be financed by their organization Jan a a and evpn1ng god s Call to car at a Point near Here held up Tho temporarily anti this suggestion was accepted last night by unanimous consent of the Board. It is the plan to raise the necessary funds largely thru the Sale of red Cross seals. It is the general feeling that this Godlove mrs. Janus Tensity mrs. Temporary solution to the problem a Walker Bill eventually will ensure a school nurse As a permanent institution. Physical education Bas come to be a at the first symptom of a cough or cold Banatte the Bael people always have it in the House and end a cold before it gets deep seated. Sold by Lemmon drug . Man Neumann pianist who Are Mak Ralph Minick log their first tour of America this Abs the Mcclain Marguerite Spring year Man and Ernestine Dean. Half of the violinist is a Paris youth who the of the polls ans be heard in recon fourteen years of age when the War broke out. Too Young to enter the military forces of his country. The coming of the american army with its entertainment program gave him an Opportunity to do i Felt and for Many weeks he played for the enthusiastic doughboy. The school i children will want to see and hear a it will pay you to find out he a quote ,. I n Germaine mall Ebay is also a amp Dout those apples on the to j drench musician who was reared in tracks. Wilson and Chalmers Paris she has the distinction of ad7 having once Sung a duet with mme a nun oui. J Poincare wife of the French Presl mrs. De Piefer and baby Leon Dent. She is said to have an Excel Ned and mrs. Nick Flander of Keota j Lent voice. Spent yesterday with de Flooder. Herman Neumann is Well known j for his concert work in England. A we meet All Competition France Belgium and Holland. Has Quality considered. Royal mar phone 36. A mothers in flour at per Cital for Tho. Tint fit e to on of the on the Roar in will to a a Para i quartet Tref to Lara Eagle Opal White Mabel go Arne and Harry Thomas. Court will adjourn today or tomorrow Rev. A m. Bowers. D. D. Pastor miss Mary Hunter organist or. J. A Johnston. Director of music. A Sam Tate presbyterian a congregational prayer meeting will be held at 11 00 of clock which All Are expected to attend. An offer clerks and rifled the mall poaches. The three clerks in charge of the car were found bound and gagged. The he adits made Good their escape. Part Otlyn will he taken at this meeting meeting for recognized at an essential re a _. ,. School training and the work is be for Grely lug carried m with splendid �uc�a61 clock in Many localities where the school next mrs. Ami Jubar i2th, the advantages Are not to be compared Reir a. Of. Malcolm will preach. With those of Washington. S sack at Johnson grocery. Phone id. A or. And mrs j. A Hlll hour deliver. Leave next monday for los Angels where they will spend the Winter a health is wealth. Be Strong enjoying the California climate. Land vigorous. Let Nitro phosphate bring the Pink judge c. A. Dewey will open a i term of court in Jasper county next monday and will adjourn the november term Berk either this after j noon or tomorrow. A divorce was granted yesterday1 to Bessie m. My Namer from Harry Mcnamer. The parties arc from the Wellman Community. Miscellaneous i tunes is occupy i log the attention of the court today. I notice to housewives we Are offering genuine red top flour at $2.95 per sack half sacks a $1.50. Red top bears this guarantee printed on each sack a if not satisfactory after three baking return and Money it will pay you to investigate. James amp son Ernst end grocery. Phone 219. For Sale Buick hot blast heating stove dining chairs Library table Bod and Springs linoleum All new. 530 Green. 49tf first United presbyterian Sabbath school at 9 45 a. In. Morning worship at 11 00 of clock Christian Endeavor meeting at 8 00 p. Rn., evening worship at 7 00 of clock. Special music for the Day has been arranged As follows in the morning Organ prelude a Melody info state of War exi8tb a knee la i to the Levering journal Trieste dec. 8.�?a state of War Between Daly and do Annunsio at flume began at Midnight. He actual fighting turn Fec Ali reported in Folk. Feat Mem to blockade the City. Glad by the attendance and interest at our services. Sunday school is at 9 30 morning worship at 10 55 b. Y. P. U. At <6 00 the evening service at 7 00 and prayer meeting at 7 30 on wednesday evening. W. A. Phillips la the next prayer meeting Leader. We mean to make you feel at read Home when you worship with us v a Ellnor Law Pru top hbv8pp a a miss Florence Crone left this morning for Des Moines to spend a few Days before going to her school. A wanted girl for Liht your checks. Gain weight and be House work. Phone 498. I Happy. Sold at Lemmons drug a strict guarantee a a stand frames make very glow of youth to j Rcpt a blk Christmas presents. Naira Ray a. Acc a store under we meet All Competition a Jet. Quality considered. Royal mar Ket. Phone 36. The Home of or. And mrs. Howard Mccleary on East main Street was the scene of another enjoyable Bridge club party last night. A delightful luncheon was served at the close of the evening preceded by the customary sessions of Bridge. The guests numbered about fifty. From the system of fifty cent assessments levied upon the husbands at each evening party the club has been Able to undertake a number of charitable enterprises. Last night it was voted to contribute a substantial sum toward Paul Maceachron a work in China and the organization is already donating to worthy local cases. These undertakings give the club a purpose outside of its social activities and the interest in this phase of the work is increasing. Following the luncheon last night there was music dancing and general conversation in any portions desired by the individual members of the company. Out of town guests present were mrs. A has. K. Needham of Grinnell Charles Winter of Springfield. Illinois and miss Genevieve Barrett of Peoria Illinois who is a guest of her sister mrs. J. J. Foley. A we have mum fancy mixed Chi ext Mas Cand at 2h cents per poll my. Johnson a grocery. A mrs. I. F. Rum in return d to her Home in Chariton this morning following a visit at the Home of her daughter mrs. 8. N. Sorrell. A ladies done to forget that the men enjoy a reliable watch. See the hallmark watch at Westphaln a the jeweler. West kids Square. 24913 a Huy a Nark of pin Huff flour at in or sack Johnson s grocery. We deliver. A we meet All Competition Quality considered. Royal Market. Phone 36. Mrs. It. It. Ihulse returned to her Home in Keota last evening following a visit with her parents or. And mrs. S. B. Sands. A Christmas Post cards and booklets. Batter buy Mem now at the fair. A Lyda Hollam. Chiropractor. Phone 589 Black. Southwest Corner Square Over Farmers Union. 205wd-fr-tf a admission 40 cents children under 12 free St the first number of the lecture course at the Bethel presbyterian Church dec. 8th. Trio. A hear my prayer a miss Hamilton mrs. Livingston mrs. Mccrory offertory organa a andantino wheel Don Anthem a a Zion heard and was glad Griggs Organ postlude. A Allegro in a Flat read in the evening Organ prelude a song of adoration Stoughton Anthem a in his holy Temple Gabriel Anthem a blessed is the people Tenney Organ postlude a festival March Best minister Rev. J. A Wishart director of music. Carolyn Hamilton. Organist a. Beiter. Remember the Bazaar tomorrow saturday at the Church. It opens at 10 00 of clock. M. R. Regan pastor. A ladies wrist watches. 15 arid 17 jewels. Of course they Are Gruen Stephen the jeweler. 247t5 a or. Richard Hughes who will give an illustrated travelogue is an orator. The pictures were taken while he wan in France and he tells a graphic Story of the country. Bethel presbyterian Church dec. 8th. A inspect the Box stationery at the fair. It is attractive and inexpensive. A mrs. M. A Dicken went to Williamsburg this morning to visit her daughter mrs. L. J. Hogan. A mrs. A. Derbyshire went to Des Moines last evening where she will make her Home. A you will find Ben Wooster at Eberling Sbarber shop. 247t3 a the new York apples on the q. Tracks Are the kind that keep. Specially priced at $1.50 and $1.60 per by. Wilson and Chalmers. Mrs. W. A. Gibson and mrs. R. A Warfel entertained delightfully yesterday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Gibson. Till affair Watts very informal Aud yaks at a glided by pus Ujj Odred Tedius. A the Bazaar of the Baptist ladies will be held in the basement of the Church dec. 4th. A we meet All Competition Quality considered. Royal Market. Phone 36. A the Battle Fields of France to the subject of the travelogue to be Given Ai the Bethel a presbyterian Church on wednesday dec. 8th. The pictures Jere by or us Sibea reformed presbyterian Sabbath school 10 00. Public warship 11 00. Prayer meeting wednesday evening 7 30. W. G. Robb pastor. County churches presbyterian Sabbath school at 9 45 sunday morning morning worship at 11 go a in. The subject of the Sermon will he a a gazing evening service at 7 00 with Sermon by the pastor a Small men and big the musical program at our Church sunday will include an Anthem by the choir vocal Solo and cello Solo. Midweek meeting wednesday evening at 7 30. Arthur it. Oates pastor. New Haven preaching service sunday morning and evening in beginning of revival meeting. Subjects a announced As follows sunday morning a the alternative of sunday evening Quot you ought to monday evening a the great tuesday evening a a the bravest act on wednesday evening a the greatest further announcements will by made from evening to evening during the meeting. A Hearty Welcome awaits you at All of these services. C. E. Riddington evangelist second United presbyterian the Sabbath school meets for worship and the study of the lesson promptly at 9 45. After the study period Rodney Mayhew will give a report of the older boys conference held recently at Dee Moines. At la the Church will he open to Public worship at which the pastor will preach. Instead or the regular meeting of the Christian Endeavor society at 6 00 the Young people will have charge of the congregational service at 7 00. The general theme will be a America for Christ and will include a Home missions study conducted by the Paster with the use of the stereo Ticon. The slides Are sent out by the new world movement As part of the a Duc Atlon al Campaign of the Church. They should he particularly interesting because they involve several local people who have been or still Are Home missionaries. The mid week prayer service is held every wednesday night at 7 30 o clock. The Leader for the next meeting is w. A. Carson and the subject a practical l. Mount Ford pastor. Bethel Presby Teri an Northeast of Washington sunday school at 10 00 a. In. Preaching services at 11 00 o Loek. C. M. Diefenbach pastor. West Chester United presbyterian Sabbath school at 10 00 a. Rn., Public worship at 11 00 with Sermon by the pastor on the theme a twice in the evening at 7 30 of clock the pastor will preach on the theme a the open books a Rev. A. J. Mcconnell pastor. _ Baptist the pastor will preach both morning and evening and the choir will Render special music at both services. The orchestra will play As usual amp Ike Sis Jig. Turn me a mrs. Mattie belial accompanied by her Niece mrs. Anna Swick went to West Chester this morning to visit mrs. Swick is of Garden City mo., and will return to her Home in a few Days. A get your Winter apples now. We have a Carload of new York ones on the q. Tracks. Phone 647. Wilson and Chalmers. A yesterday we delivered goods to Kinross and Marengo. Today we Are delivering goods to Keota and Over near Sigourney. Theres a reason. Mcnamara a. A better buy those Christmas boxes for your gifts now while our a flu lists Xuy ill if
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