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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - June 22, 1946, Washington, Iowa
Pitl r Quot i x the evening journal Washington Iowa auth eat Hlub ends tuesday ii. Pat i of Brien Ruth Warrick i ten ears add Odoan 160 wore served Chicken dinner at the country club family night. Have you tried an a ooh boy Root reer brately very refreshing. Geo l m Daniel 89 x u�2jut Hish in Gion top on hogs $ 14.85 weather a partly Cloudy and warmer with Thunder showers tonight. Tomorrow mostly Cloudy and warm with scattered showers. Lana Turner revives Vogue for Sun tans a Midi Alan Hale Edgar Buchanan Audrey Long w a Doctu it amp us 4u$tc to a a Muumuu 0%elet% the Vogue for Sun tanned skin which was at its height a few years ago but which died Down recently is Likely to have a comeback following Lana Turners appearance in my mrs about new picture. A the postman always rings twice Quot opening at a added entertainment a Ocolor rhapsody cartoon a picnic panic Quot movie tone Advent we behind the footlights Quot i screen snapshots person oddity continuous sunday 4 140 on Riverside news Iana Turner j the state theatre sunday. I the alluring miss Turner spent by honorable discharged. E. A. Millree Dies friends Here have received several weeks at Palm Springs a word of the death of Elmer a. Quiring a Tan for her role in the Riverside june 22�?mrs-j Millree who died at the Hospi James m. Cain drama in which Stephen Dautremont of Riverside in West Union following a she plays a californian who attended a miscellaneous shows or illness. J spends a great Deal of time out a for miss Dorothy Reha at the was born near Riverside doors particularly on the Beach. Reha Home in Iowa City. About 75 years ago and was the. To enhance the Tan which miss Reha is to become the1 son of Linus and Catherine beam1 proved pretty terrific in photo Bride of ame Fagerstrom of i Millree. He attended the River graphic tests made before the Teaneck. New Jersey in a Cere-1 Side Public school and grew to picture went into production sex Mony in the Iowa City methodist i manhood Here. J ecu Tive designer Irene created a Church soon. J he took up the newspaper and j striking All White wardrobe for or. And mrs. Adrian Dautrey printing business and while work miss Turner contributed by Charlie fish it is related that George m. Cohan once said he would Rath it i play to an English audience than an american one. When he wa4 asked to Tell the difference Between these two Atid Lenes he re plied a a it a this Way an englishman first laughs out of Courtesy then he laughs when the rest of the audience get the Toke and in laughs again when he gets it himself a a How about the liner Iran tame the question. A who does no to laugh said or Cohan a a he a heard the Story be i the Feller who sits on a stove Box with his Mouth full of scrap ter Backor while his wife is at Home sew in Fer a Livin knows just exactly How to regulate All of out present Day problems. Salt if do r tune ?2, a of recount fails to change outcome in Cedar rapids vote Cedar rapids. Iowa. June 2 2 a up a in an official re count. Of the vote cast for slate repro so native from Linn county in the Republican primary c. J. Knickerbocker Fairfax and Ernest Kosek Cedar rapids were still victors Over incumbent George Farmer of Cedar rapids. In the recount Knickerbocker lost is votes. Kosek three Ani Farmer gained of to make Tho totals even closer. The official vote now is Knickerbocker 3,-396 Kosek 3,380 and Farmer 3,372. In tile first canvass Knickerbocker had 3,406 votes Kosek 3,383 and Farmer 3,356. The error in the Canvas was found in one precinct Lisbon where Knickerbocker had been credited with 61 voiles which were Farmers Kosek had been credited with 48 votes which were knickerbockers and Farmer had been Given 4 5 votes which were Kosek s. Farmer requested the recount. Of new London. The weding took place sunday at the Baptist Church in new London. Reception was held at the Home of the brides parents. Worming pigs for worming pigs sodium Ajo ride is now being recommended. Mont and children of Cedar Raing on the what cheer Iowa kids were recent dinner guests in Patriot a weekly newspaper was the Home of or. Dautremont s married sheer about 1888 to brother and sister in Law. Or. And j miss Myrtle Seaton of that place. Mrs. Clement Dautremont. J shortly after their marriage or. And mrs. Lawrence Hurley they came to Riverside where or. Have purchased the former dr.1 Millree purchased the Riverside Blythe office North of the Post Leader and edited and published office and have moved in. Or that weekly for 12 years Selling Hurley is attending school in a half interest in the business to Iowa City. J William j. Kueneman of Iowa City those from Riverside and i who shortly thereafter became Finity who were in Cedar rapids the sole owner of the paper. To attend the Rev. Kenneth after disposing of the Leader Schnoebelen s first holy mass in Here or. And mrs. Millree moved the immaculate Conception to West Union. Iowa and Pur Church there were miss Anna chased the Fayette county Union Schnoebelen or. And mrs. Linus editing and publishing that paper Yeggy. Or. And mrs. Zeno Knebel about 20 years when he sold out and family or. And mrs. Roy and retired from the newspaper Rummelhart or. And mrs. Wal and printing business ter Michel and daughter. Jean i or. And mrs. Millree had four and mrs. Elizabeth Knebel. I children three sons and one or. And mrs. Frank Procter daughter. One of the sons Reid have purchased tile Louis Tobin j Millree passed away about 18 property in the we est part of Rij years ago and mrs. Millree died Perside and taken Possession i about 1936. Or. And mrs. Carl Luckey of j the living children Are Paul Riverside Are grandparents for Millree of the Star bulletin pub the first time a daughter mar listed at Honolulu Hawaii. Vance Garet Ann having been born in the Millree of Dubuque and Ruth of Washington county Hospital to Arizona. Their son in Law and daughter. J besides the three children he or. And mrs. Clarence Wilson of is survived by 3 grandchildren. Washington. The Mother will be1 or. Millree was a member of remembered Here As miss Eileen the masonic Lodge. Luckey. I funeral services were held John Garfield co stars in the powerful tale of two people whose love is frustrated by the presence of an unwanted husband and the cast also includes Cecil Kellaway Hume Cronyn and Leon Ames. Or. John Pelzer of Iowa City. Tuesday the presbyterian was a visitor Here this week a a Church and burial made beside Mong friends. He was formerly a i his wife in the cemetery at West Riverside dentist before entering i Union. The u. S service and was recent j or. Millree came to Riverside about once a year for a visit with old friends and had planned to be Here on memorial Day but convenient for Loans so to $300 monthly repayment plan. Special plan for Farmers. The Only state licensed Small loan co. In Washington county supervised by the state banking dept. Harry wants to see Yon at Simpson finance go. Upstairs in the journal bldg. Sickness coming. Prevented him from mrs. Roy Warner it guest of relatives visits mrs. Godlove by mrs. Clara Godlove Haskins june 21�?mrs. Roy i Warner of Enumclaw wash., who Lias been visiting relatives j and friends in Ainsworth Iowa j City and Crawfordsville visited from thursday until saturday i evening in Haskins with her i Mother in Law mrs. Clara Godlove and sister in Law Una Gordon. Thursday she Vivian Booth and mrs. Godlove spent the Day in Washington. Vivian with her Friend mrs. Alice Mcgatlin i mrs. Warner and mrs. Godlove with the latter a sister mrs. May Hopengardner. M. T. Coon drove to Davenport thursday where he was transacting business and visiting with relatives returning Home saturday evening. Saturday mrs. Godlove entertained mrs. M. T. Coon Ethel and Vivian Booth at dinner As a Farewell Courtesy for mrs. Roy Warner who will leave for her Home at Enumclaw wash., the 20th. The afternoon was spent visiting. Or. And mrs. In. A. Mathers drove to Ames Friday to get Terry who finished his freshman year at Iowa state College. Ethel Booth finished her school year Friday and Carne saturday morning to spend the Short Vaoa Tion with her sister Vivian. Bert Dennis and family visited sunday afternoon at the Glenn Dunkin Home near Crawfordsville mrs. Dennis is a sister of or Dunkin. Wilma Dennis was helping mrs John Skubal monday. We had a heavy rain and wind storm monday evening around p. M. No damage was done except for a few limbs of Trees broken. The Telephone system a disrupted some. We must have gotten a Side swipe of the storm at Ainsworth. Seems like we always have a rain storm in june. The Farmers will do no work in the Fields for a few Days. The men have quite a joke on Dan Edwards. One Day last week he climbed upon the roof of Hie garage for purpose then could no get Down so m. T. Coon got some rope and threw up to him to let him Down. Or. And mrs. D. H. Peters and boys and mrs. George Ebner of Crawfordsville spent Friday evening at mrs. Godlove a to visit with mrs. Roy Warner. A new England conscience ices no to keep you from doing anything it just keep s you from enjoying it. Childhood a worst disappointment is to crawl under a big tent to see a circus and uis cover that he is on the inside of a revival needing. He coaids understand guide a this Castle has stood for three Hundred years. Not a Stone has been touched. Nothing Lias been altered repaired nor tourist Quot they must have the same kind of landlord we i done to some Fellows go movies i done to. While others play f i done to. And then there Are some who like women for company and sometimes they even kiss Mem i done to. I suppose most of you folks think i done to have any fun at All i done to. To the Olf or mrs. M. Stone of Chicago visit in Joe Wittmer Home visited until monday with Rev. Were served by the hostess and mrs. E. S. Mullett. Mrs. Mrs. I. F. Kraemer and son Mullen is a sister of mrs. Leli Tommy of Davenport and Lier Man. I Mother mrs. Alfred Hoffman of Maxine Zihlman and Mary Ruth Muscatine left thursday after h it i Nie left the last of the week spending several Days at their for Glendale calif., to vist or. And Home Here. Mrs. Woodrow Miller and other mrs. Oscar Knappe of beards town 111., came monday for a mrs. Otis Bontrager Mary and visit with mrs. Fannie broiler j Anna Conrad of St. Johns. Mich., a it to makes her Home with her i them All to Chicago sunday for a came Friday to visit their brother daughter mrs. Lloyd Reighard two Day visit. Or. And mrs. Joe Offutt of Chicago accompanied them Here monday to visit and mrs. Wittmer. Cancer the crab. June 22-july 2 2 for those born in june the Pearl or the alexandrite is the birthstone and Rose is the Flower. They Are energetic venturesome fearless and proud. Pure in thought and purpose. Generally cheerful. Quiet and Happy dispositions. Decide and act quickly. Faithful and intuitive. By mrs. Ezra Wittmer Wayland june 21�?mr. And mrs. Maurice Stone of Chicago and reiative9. Spent the past week with or. And mrs. Joe Wittmer. Joe Sutter took or. And mrs. Harold Petersen Daniel Conrad and family and an 1 family. Other relatives. Or. Bontrager will 1 an l mrs. H. L. Gordon re a join them Here this weekend for turned monday from Globe ariz.,j an Over sunday visit before they where they have been with their return Home. I daughter mrs. Noel Carter the past couple months. I or. And mrs. Lester Fry Are j i announcing the approaching marriage of their daughter Lettie Fry of Chicago to Charles Moore by mrs. Edna s. Crile i also of Chicago. The wedding will Brighton june 22�?mr. And take place june 30 at the Presby mrs. George Howard jr., and Terian Church son Terry have returned from a or. And mrs. Linn Grove and visit at Princeton mo., with his i two sons left thursday for their parents. Or. And mrs. George Home at Iowa Falls after a visit general Plant first Learned about Golf in Scotland. His Host took him out on the links foe a demonstration and placing the Hall on the tee took a mighty swing. The club hit the turf with a mighty thud sending chunks of Earth flying. The Ball remained on the tee. Again the Host took a Nasty slice at the Hall and again it did not Budge. Hie general watched the exhibition quietly. After the sixth try he turned to his perspiring Host and commented a there seen re to he a fair amount of exercise in the game but i fail to see the use of the and Joanne of Gary iud., spent Al weeks vacation with Joannes m grandparents. Or. And frs. C. A Schantz. J or. And mrs. Alan Shumaker Jand son of Ottumwa spent the weekend with ins grandparents or. Aud mrs. J. M. Rich. Or. And mrs. Gordon Rhum Are in Iowa City where lie is working on his masters degree. Wesley Pritchard Eldred Berk-1 Howard sr., and Are staying at at the parental s. M. Grove Home Shire and Vincent Krabill Are also the Home of her Mother mrs. Lee and at the Home of his sister attending the summer session at Stacy. Mrs. Jere Elmore and family at s. U. I. J among those Here from a Dis pleasant Plain. Or. And mrs. Carl Nuss of Bur Nance for whoopee Day wednes a will. Pickard and or. And mrs. Lington visited sunday in the a Day were or. And mrs. Forest Harold Hayes Ami family attended Vid Wittmer and k. V. Stevens j Johnston and daughter Eloise of he marriage of Raymond pick Homes. They came especially to it Madison and or. And mrs. Aid. Jr., son of or. And mrs. Ray see the new Nephew Randy wit Lawrence Hunter of Iowa City. I Nind Pickard sr., of Woolson to timer As or Nuss is a brother of irony Krew met monday eve j Ramona woodsman daughter of Vid Wittmer and k. V. Stephens eng at top Honie of mrs. Monte or. And mrs. Clarence woodsman or. And mrs. W. J. Holub or. J Beauchamp for a Bridge party. I a a and mrs. Robert Holub Sandra mrs. Don Bailey and daughter sue and Jerry Lee of Des Moines Sally of Ottumwa Are spending spent saturday night and sunday be wee with apr parents or. With or. And mrs. James e. To an mrs. La. C. Tracy. Or. And mrs. Alvin Smith of it Collins colo., came tuesday birthstone rings $7,501 to $29.50 fed. Tax included for men for women. The proper birthstone for every til in a wide selection of Beautiful modern mount incurs. Ii word Kaffl sifts Lemmon s jewelry Betty Wyse and Ruth Eigsti left monday by train for a ten Day visit with or. And mrs. Dean Meyer at Greystone Park n. J. Or. Ami mrs. C. E. Rhum for a visit with his brother. Earl Smith and family Southeast of Brighton Ami with Brighton and Richland relatives and friends. Need conservation help Small nonfarm owners present the toughest problem now facing foresters working to preserve the nation s Woodlands. O. I a o this is or. Smiths list visit to spent saturday and sunday with111&Quot a., Iowa since moving to Colorado their daughter mrs. Walter1�?� Sou Terig and husband at Luzern. Or. And mrs. Eugene Currier and children and mrs. Currier s Mother mrs. Margaret Wittrig left monday for a few Days Outing in Wisconsin. Mrs. E. J. Stutzman and Gerald of Davenport attended the alumni banquet Friday evening and Visi Ted relatives Here Over the week end. Or. And mrs. Glen Rich left tuesday for Pasadena calif1 years ago. I mrs. Charles Bonnett and daughter Marilyn returned tuesday from a few Days visit with their daughter and sister. Mrs. Everette Schadt and or. Schnidt. Or. And mrs. Charles Long jr., and son Jon left wednesday for a few Days visit at Des Moines Enro Ute to their Home at Seattle. Wash., after a visit with his father Dias. Long sr., and mrs. Long and other relatives. The pleasant Valley club met Pat of Brien at Fox sunday Benefit auction Sale St. James school Lawn tuesday june 25 a 7 45 p. M. Beef a a pork a Loo lbs. Or bore chickens Dresser and alive hams lard butter whipping Cream Biggs cake canned goods Aelix Bugar nylons bed Linen and Many other articles. Proceeds St. James new school Urruty amp Brown auctioneers. Lunched Miick clerk Lucy Dempsey cashier where they expect to make their tues Lay afternoon at the Home of Home. J mrs. A. C. Bleess. Meeting was or. And mrs. Clarence Lehman in charge of the president. Mrs. Of Goshen. Ind., came Friday and fran k Gevock. Refreshments a make it a million Quot go to College Trade or business school free when he a not chasing Crooks. Pat of Briens casting looks and this one intended for Beautiful Ruth Warwick shows Pat at his wolfish Best in Columbia pictures sock Advent Tiala thriller perilous Holiday a opening at the Fox theatre sunday. 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