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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - June 3, 1920, Washington, Iowa
Malye Arr Warta know it Tim the evening journal re Wal fled cd Lanai. The evening journal knit Tolate lit on. Ivoti hts strewed re Apraw w. Portion to a no Fri on i Fol Day. Not in Urb plut to or in pm Prater. Volume 28washington. Iowa thi enday a vexing Ink 3,1920 it m Rah on polish army victorious fiftieth class is graduated from and profit by the last and by the audience alike. Dipl imm an Pic tiled the Mentor double quartet Tang a tin morn a number which a very Well Hung and Well received. Inocal news a hit to cell a i 1 a Quot were Edna to in in Ernan Hhill of Fullil versa Chadwick. Mocq Lnla a i w. Shenefelt went to Fairfield the in morning to drive a Stude Baker car Home this afternoon j Verna Luis Macon Marion George Jay bunty. Theodore Allen and Willard Washington visitor today. I Hunter. Supt c. J. Smith awarded the diplomas a the close of a Brief talk. In which be referred to the unusual advantages which the 1920 Daif have enjoyed in the Way of building and equipment Over those again last night the people of of previous classes and urged them Washington expressed their interest to make the highest possible be of j a l. F. Shaffer and Daub and Pride in the schools of the com-1 the educational privileges which had Ter Marjorie roae went to Eldon j health Survey Trinity Sud in the product of the been theirs and heed the Call of the j this morning to spend the Day. Fifty. Full k finish us al fill pm school rot ii. Smith gives a Hhd ass o. K. Murk of Iowa City is a. A or. And . A w. Chrissinger went to Marshalltown this morning to attend the graduating exp a cases there tomorrow night their granddaughter miss Reba True being a member of the graduating clans. Nurse to address Parent teachers meeting tuesday local news three generations High school grads �?1gifts for the Bride silverware or Jewell y. Jewelry store. Cut Glass. Mish of , will explain Nind Fok Nurmi c on pfc Tai with schools schools by crowding the High school times for larger service auditorium to witness the gradual j the membership of the class lion of fifty four boys and girls. Hie made up of follows fiftieth class that the Washington High school has sent out into the world. As Niwaye the Totime Cement scene was inspiring to those who Are interested to the youth of tile Community and thru them in the future of Washington. The graduating cd aaa were seated on the stage the girls in simple White a middy costumes trimmed with Black ties and they presented a very wholesome appearance. No one noticed specially How the boys were dressed. The stage had Heel handsomely decorated in the class colors Orange and White the work having been directed by Owen Hayes and the re j suit was very pleasing. The Cia a motto Quot Tho not at the top we re1 climbing Quot wan lettered across the front of the platform. Him Aud of car Man ions to the program Rev. Arthur ii. Oaten of la presbyterian Church said the invocation. Followed by a vocal Solo. The but Ina has by Doris Chalmers of the graduating Clave g a tweet Weil trained vote Solo Deir Jarw i he audis Mes a the address of Welcome by the Sai Uta Terlan Mary Helen Luttig. Was an eloquent expression of the Apprecia-1 Loci of the clans for the support Given the schools by the people of the District. Edna Grace Tinion rms he valedictory address was a thought-1 fully prepared setting Forth of the condition of the times and suggestions As to How they can Best be Copal with doth addresses were Welt delivered. The valedictory and Salut Atory appear in full elsewhere in this paper. A vocal Trio. Quot in old Madrid Quot by Doris Chalmers Twilia Mcginnis and Loia Macon was another splendid feature of the musical part of the program. Irne Pierce also Mentor played All the accompaniments. Theodore Lucie Mildred Anderson. Gerald Donald Applegate Donald r. Allen Theodore Cedric realty by Btl Mildred Lara then Elsie s. Birse hat Emma Pushy. Jay Leland Urruty Dorothy Clare lurch. Viola Frances Chadwick versa m. Clark glad is mat in Chalmers. Doth running Ham. Virginia Catharine Conger. Wills june Glassburner Elsie e. Cotes. William i Cidie George. Marion s homed ten. Margaret Susanne his. F Wuu in Hunter. Willard t Jones Tunnah father Jones. A Mph f Jugon inter left by Kraut i in reset Attila top Eastern Fred e. Long Mary Helen Long. Mah i Isabelle Macon lots Eleanor Maut he. Lucie Mildred mini k. Mary Agatha Myall Besa Evelyn Mintier. Robert Glenn . To my o. Neser gah Rolth Mart Norman Ethel a Olds c. Vane of Joughlin Legory of. Pali Ronelta Wanietta Pierce. Irene Kathryn Rickey Harvey Randall Ullinger. Alphonsa c. M. Bavin Vera Beatrice Shulty Golda Mae but Pion. Ruby a Stewart. Myrtle Margaret Swift Dorothea Gertrude s pens Richard Lytle Thomas. Helen Leona Timmerman Edna Grace Thompson Stanley Hubert we y in ack Villa Wauneta Wagner Marguerite Elnora Waldin. C. Phil whee Edward f. Class officers a president. Wills Wauneta Way Mack vice president Cedric Allen Secretary miss Ishel Kellman the nurse from Des Moines who is making a of the county has j been invited to address the meeting a to. It of Parent teacher association a % r a j whih a a by a to next to a ??4 i a. A Ltd a a a Ltd a Ltd in a Ltd oui daughter. Mildred. Rent huh Khon old Orlum. An interesting note in regard to Smith a this year s High school commence t morn has been called to the pattern a miss Ada Meeker returned it on of the Virginia co last evening after a visit at the Niu Hgt none of Tbs it it Home of her Cousin miss Opal Meek-1&Quot a a representative of the third Gen to ration in a line of waa Hington High school graduates. A a new York woman says her grandmother the late ., _ Quot i have used parisian Sage Only two W. Morton then Alice Rogers a. Weeks but my hair has wonderfully was graduated in 1873. And her Warsaw army turns on russians Mother . John Cunningham . Morton a daughter in 1892. Beresh is taken after hard fight increased in Beauty seems much heavier us is entirely free from i pm Mon pharmacy Hells it with Money Back guarantee. A Advt. Cherokee this morning to visit relative. This will be the regular business meeting of the association when matters of interest to the schools and their pupils and patrons May be discussed the health feature is re a miss Cleo tally of Ramona Kansas passed thru Here this morning on her Way to Keota to visit her sister . Roy Clead. J Garden As quite important and for visit relatives. Mrs. Branchflower a new k of c. Emblem rings and that reason Mina Kellman who is sex i bras formally Julia Brannon. A or. And . Glover b. Ferrell a toed to Crawfordsville last evening and went from there to Burlington where they will take the boat to Mer Sophis. Tenn. They will spend their honeymoon in Tennessee Georgia and Mississippi. Gas rate in Cedar rapids is reduced and hurls foe Back in Cen Ter of front More troops Reagh Peschen Cedar. Rapid la., june 2.�? the Cedar rapids Gas company is wondering just where it to headed French and italians Are in disputed for and when it will land there. A few Days ago the company want before the City Council and asked for an increase in rates on account of or. And . J. Roy Branch-1 the Advance in the Price of All the Flower of Jackson mich., Are Here to materials that go into the manufacture of the product. No specified buttons bide. At Bmith to jewelry. West a Cut Glass sherbets at special prices this week at Smith s jewelry Blore. I �?8. A. Berg ant of Davenport spent yesterday in Washington on Busine. Per fenced i such matters has been invited to address the parents at the june meeting. Of amount was asked the company saying it was its will that the City Eurn Rev. And . David Thompson line its books to ascertain the amount Des Moines went to Fairfield required to obtain a reasonable Ratkis morning to visit with the lat Rev. Thompson officiated at the Belville Ferrell wedding Las evening. This evening miss Kellman will _ Peak to the p e o. Society on pub i no oth a mr., Lafe Coop. Ile health work. Next tuesday afternoon she will address the child j study department of the fortnightly club at the Home of . D. H. A or and . J p. Thomas Mclaughlin. She May address oth want to Rochester miou., this morn a organisations before finishing her ing on Bual Beau. Work in Washington county. In speaking of her work this b t. Rickey and daughter morning miss Kellman said a a . Mary went to Muscatine friends a few Days to visit Quot in conjuration examinations mad Aith the child by the Nurs a Norwood Jones has returned from Grinnell where he attends College and will spend the vacation with his parents or. And . John a. Jones. Turn on the investment. The company informed the Council at the time that it would be forced to close its Plant unless it received an Advance. Now comes the Council and introduces an ordinance to Cut the Price of Gas from 21.05 a thousand to 90 cents the pre War figure. Shortly after the War broke out the company obtained an increase of a Mise Theodosia Spencer. Or. La cent8 a thousand for its product and . Gun Mims path returned Wilt the understanding it would a a afield today after attending Vert to the old Price six months of a 22.00 athletic Cut uaioaaura.i71 Ltd ,v1n� the Belville Ferrell wedding last Ev-21.4. Klein rioting Koith Latch a training in Funda a Ning. Mental Laws of health. It awakens . Dick Willis and Slater in a Keener interest in health matters. A we jew. Wept so Aims lots that Quot top name Eft Ala and a in it Biu or a tug to attend a Shower glow i Strate to hum How to p form to for . Witul at the Home of . I beat advantage the various kinds of Mildred Norris. Or. And . A. J. Booth went to Havre this morning to visit relatives. Notice meeting of Farmers Union at Woodman Hall at 2 30 june 6. The 92t3 . R. M. Davis and . Health chores. So that the child May desire the fullest knowledge of How to become physically and mentally one Hundred per cent fit. If the boy knows that eating vegetables and cereals drinking milk. Etc., will make his Muscles larger and stronger he is More Apt to learn to like them. A girls vanity la a powerful weapon with her. Quot from the Day the child is born a miss Deana Ander sop Aud liar Din Wimer of Fairfield Rutt Rohed Home this morning after attending the wedding of miss Cecil Belville and Glover Ferrell. They came by Auto. Irn tar the War. The ordinance has been passed to its second Reading Aud a hard fight to prevent its final Paa coh thy club a Panos John Hal cock and daughter Betty parents dream of la place be will or. Hulth delivers address Quot we usually measure Success Lucie Mildred Mauthe Richard Lytle Stephens class and went to Keota this morning to visit the Dudley Crone Home. A Hart Schaffner a Marx suits that sold up to 265.00 now $49.36. Klein Kio thing to. A miss Junia Chalmers returned Home last awning after a visit with her Slater miss Martha at Cedar Byj vapor. Miss Jeanette Lem Ley. Women can not vote the Dollar but that is a mighty poor besides those listed Here As mein a a Menn h. For la Mytr Ber. Of that a diploma of or a i to an int Worth much nowadays has been issued to Claretta 1 or. U. B. Smith president of Iowa Odessa Allen a Young woman form West yen College in opening his add orly of Washington who finished dress to the graduating class. A we her course Here five years ago Lack must measure Success by some other eng Only one credit necessary for Standard Quot he continued. Quot anyone graduation and has since made in can get dollars but it takes some that credit at the Kansas state girl thing More to make a real Success of Cutura comenge. Manhattan Kau Ute . that pro Krain last night was Clos in naming what believes to lie Ith Cia Hie requisites for Success. Or. Smith Siahs f to ung not nth said that the first step in that direction is obedience to the civil moral. Physical and spiritual Laws. The second step is to learn Mastery of. The will so that one May control his a attorney general Havner in mind his habits and his temper. I iou est ruling the third step is that of service. I 4 to june 2.�?"iowa emphasizing the need for lives1 wait a r in not vote at the coming of service the speaker said that a jun1 primaries Quot declare a collation after nation rotted has because i in in if at ton from the office of actor of the selfishness of those who were Iphy it Ltd a or in h. M. Havner. Received hold among men of his future Power his intellectual attainment. If the first years of his life Are Given Over to making him a Strong rugged animal s realization of these dreams be More assured than in any other area allies comm is Ion May leave Shah with reds the report. I Prince Eitel Frederick is tiring of the automobile business and is becoming interested in american Tuovi miss Lela Anastas went to Cedar rapids this morning to visit her j Fen As a Money making Field says i Berlin report. A 160,1x81 in House to to i p at Waterloo Waterloo june 2.�?the Sunnyside country club Waterloo s new Golf club will erect a club House costing approximately $50,000. Contracts for the building were awarded today and work will be started at once. The clubhouse will be one i of the most Complete in Iowa. A 18-Inch Golf course is now being constructed. The club purchased a 160 acre tract of land several months ago. The new club has 175 members. The municipal Golf course at Byrnes Park is being enlarged. A 9-Hole course has been maintained in the past while an 18-Hole course is now being constructed. Oil John b. Thrift or. Its leaders. He told the graduates that a larger Field of usefulness is open to them than Ever appeared before a High school class in Washington. He likened the commencement t Hay by county auditor cd. Buick Quot they Are permitted under the new Law to vote at Tho general election in november however Quot he added a this was the Ron traction that i official decided it was advisable to get u decree from the i highest Legal authority among the Ata i robbers stripped a Home occasion to the launching of a ship auditor Buick had placed on the on which much preparatory work a but As Many women were an has been done before it is thrust out noun eng their intention to go to on the Broad Ocean to fulfil the Hie polls next month the local purpose intended. In closing his address or. Smith urged the citizens of the Community to stand by the graduates and those who Are coming on in the lower grails of the school and help push them All out into lives of helpful service. The address was n forceful Appeal delivered in or. Smith s very interesting manner enlivened numerous witticisms and incidents of a trip to Europe which he took while pastor of the waa Hington methodist Church a few years ago. The address Wilt heard with interest Kansas City june 2�?the Homo of Georgo a. Sold 8536 South Benton was robbed yesterday afternoon while . Sold visited a by neighbor in the next Block. Returning after an hours absence . Sold found the House stripped of clothing. Silverware and miscellaneous articles valued at about $3,600 and ten Gallons of whiskey. Carried mail half Century retires fort Madison. La. June 2 a after serving As Rural mall Carrier for half a Century Thomas Henry Hart the oldest employee in the United states postal service in the state of Iowa has handed resignation to postmaster n. C. Roberts of this City. Hart is 82 years old. Though still robust Aud healthy the Veteran mail Carrier has decided thut he will spend the remaining years of Bis life on his farm near Here Aud therefore has relinquished his Job to a younger Man or. Hart entered the United states employ in 1870. He was Given the Rural route Between Den Mark and Burlington. Twenty one years later in 1891, he was transferred from this route to the fort Madison Denmark stretch in 1895 it. Hart decided that he would take a vacation but when this was refused he tendered his resignation and left the service for almost a year returning to the fort Madl son Denmark route in 1896. He remained As a Carrier on this route until the outbreak of the Spanish american War when he enlisted. On a returning from the service he received his first route again and Rode Between Burlington and Denmark. When the Rural free delivery system was inaugurated in 1900, or Hart was assigned to route number one Jand he remained on that route until his time of retirement. Or. Hart is succeeded in the service by Thomas w. Lingenfelter who served with the fifth Field signal battalion during the late War. Vulcanized explodes had fire result at Pocahontas As result Pocahontas june 2.�?As the result of the explosion of a Vulcan zing outfit at the Neidig ship in this place a bad fire resulted and the Stock of harness and tires contained in the building was destroyed. Unfortunately some repairs were being made at the water Plant and there was up pressure on at the time of the fire. The chemical engine held the Blaze fairly Well in Check and prevented it spreading to the neighbouring building. The loss is estimated at about $2,000, and is partially insured. War Gnu Poland june 8.�?polish traps Lave taken the intensive Between Borisov and to brisk on the Center of the front which in Nuder attack Felt in the kites urn bolshevik and occupied Ila line of the Ber. Is tin River according Lonu null Cal sent Emit issued at army Headquarters Here. The spirit by a poles in the fighting has a blocked the enemy staff s offensive plan the statement adds. A the great bolshevism offensive Wyton was Bertin May 14 with Sarong forces bet when the Duns Aud Priepot River has Lee completely stopped a says an oficial communication. A the Princl it al it tao11 the soviet army were directed on one Sidy along the Polotsky me Boh in mod odor 11 no Ruth Road. Sad on the other can weird of the Benes inn in the direction of min of. The objective of the attacks a cold Ink to Jiuu i it no a Pluton of rile mod v Sij Oak rain Road May so. Foe retreats in ukr Puiia. To the i Amine the attacks of the Bull City army in tire direction of the Krysty Nowka la Potrecz Railroad lasting severs i Days were repelled and the enemy compelled to beat a Retreat. Quot in the Region a Squadron of the first lancers heroically charged a buttery in of Erat Lon. The Squadron lost two officers and to men. A at Wolod Brkl a charge of one of our squadrons threw Hack the enemy cavalry inflicting heavy losses. Influenced by these attacks a Brigas be of cavalry of the Budenny army came Over to us with its horses. A in the fighting now going on Between the or teat or and the dui Ejier All anus Merit Praise. A detachment of infantry composed of 40 men de felled itself Ugi inst 1,000 cavalry inflicting severe losses. At Pliskow a Post which refused to surrender was killed to the last Ina. A your aviators also distinguished themselves collaborating with Tho infantry in helping to capture an armoured counterattacks against the bolshevism line May 30 in the i Essen Lex Section were successful it m declared Aud several Hundred prisoners and a number of machine guns were captured. Mouth of to brisk polish raids have resulted in the Tuk lug of prisoners Aud of War material. Reach duchy of teaches. Vienna Austria june .1, italian Ami frn tire enforcements have arrived in the duchy of Tese heu where poles and czechs have been engaging in disorders due to the feeling which exists relative to a determination of the future status of that Region reports received Here state the but elite Coram i is in for teach in Lias ordered the local administration removed from Karl la to Tualau. A Prague dispatch says advices received time state that the Council of ambassador in Paris has intimated that Tho allies plebiscite commission might leave Escuen if unto word incidents Tler a continue. Monarch turns on British the nationalist movement is now labelled bolshevism and is extending rapidly eastward. It is reported that the persian Shah is at the head of a nationalist Auti British movement sup ported by the russian bolshevik i of russian invention is an instrument for orchestras that com Bines the resonance of the drum with i the tone tango of the Bass viol. Belgium has revived old plans to build a Tunnel from Antwerp to the Rhine crossing the River Meuse Aud watermarks in paper have Bee used from the earliest times. John Tate Papert Naker of Stevenage in 1494 used an eight Peta Jed Flower for his Watermark. Aerial touring Aud navigation will be discussed from every Angle it an International aviation Congress at Atlantic City a j., neat month
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