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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - December 8, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana I a.  4 review Republican entered As second class matter at the Post office at Williamsport Indiana. Y new series vol. 8, j Well known couple wed at. Lebanon West Lebanon items of much interest Are briefly told in the following wound received attention and then he was taken to his Home. The wound is painful but not dangerous. Or. And mrs. M. A. Judy who had Beed attending the Stock show at Chicago returned Home Friday evening. Or. Sam Erskine meeting them at Sloan. Or. And mrs Harry Evans of Williamsport or. And mrs. Elmer Smith or and mrs. Joe Fleming or. And mrs. William Brenner jr., or. And mrs. Frank Mcbroom or. Clarence w3t Lebanon ind., dec. 8. Owls and family or. And mr9. Ibe a marriage of miss Beryle Engol Simmerman and family or. William French daughter of or. And mrs. Brenner. Is and children of the m. French and Clyde Stewart Sou barrens and or. Astle and family Mickie s smiles Caus business is Good local news Williamsport Indiana. Thursday december 8,1921bios let for three Oravel roads in co. Of or. And mrs. Edward Stewart of Prosser Washington was solemnized nov 23 at rhe Home by Rev. Or Charles. The episcopal ring service was used. The Home was beautifully decorated Graf a and White being the color scimeme in the living room while the dimming Coom was a mass of Pink the table having a Large bouquet of Ophelia roses and tulle for a Center piece. The ceremony was performed before an alter of a latticed screen composed of Huckleberry and sword ferns. Both Bride and Groom have practically Beeai raised in Prosser. Mrs. Stewart is the Only daughter of or. And mrs. French and is a graduate of Prosser High school and has taken work at the University of Washington. Or. Stewart is a son of county clerk arid mrs. Judward la Stewart. He is also a graduate of Prossor High school and of the University of Washington. Enlisting As a private at the beginning of the War he was transferee to the air j i e v Here he won stripes and Lator acted As flying instructor for Many months. After the close of tha War he completed his College work and graduated with honors in the electrical department. At present he holds a responsible position at Schenectady n. Y. Both Bride and Groom Are from Prosser g most respected families. The Young couple left on the Midnight train and after a Short visit with miss Elizabethi Lawrence at Galesburg 111., will journey on to s 3ieectady where they will make their Home. Or. Stewart is a Nephew of mrs. Sam Erskine of West Lebanon and his Mother was miss Morgan formerly of West Lebanon. A very appreciative audience was present at the presbyterian Church sat Umay evening to Hoar the Normandy singers a male quartet which gave the second number on former Benton co. Boys in awful tr4gedx word has been received Here of a Mickie is not Only a a conquer tragedy on a farm in the Woods of Able Optimist but he is constantly Northern Wisconsin in which the a funding the Horn for the Home lives of two former Benton county two and its local publications boys were snuffed out. No details Here Are a few of Hia sayings from of the rash not of Carl Foreman who the latest release shot his brother James and then the season i smile All the time ended his own life Are known but is Becz i Don t never do no worry from meager reports it is Learned ing business might be better n that the lifeless b Quot lis cd the it might be a Hull lot worse. An Brothers were found last thursday we re on the up Grade again Witch by their Mother mrs. Charles fore is Why i always Wear a smile you Man in a barn on the farm a few a try one attended the entertainment Given on saturday evening by the Normandy singers. Mrs. Dewey Benedict and children spent Friday night with her parents or and mrs. A Cavnaugh of this place. Mrs. Hannalee starry who has been visiting her sister at Danville mrs. M. Starry the past week has returned Home accompanied with her Sis ter who will spend a few Days with her or. And mrs. Frank Davies of Michigan has been spending two weeks with their sons Andrew and William and family and friends. They will return Home wednesday. Miles from Kempster. A shot gun gripped in the hands of Carl Evi Stop think Lissen Many s the Man who u fight at the drop of Veteran mfg. Of Lafayette died sunday night George e. Jenks age seventy seven Pioneer paper Box manufacturer and founder of shears the International Trade journal of the paper Box Industry died sunday night at his Home in Lafayette. He was ill More thana year and was a victim of cancer of the liver. Or Jenks was a life Long resident of Lafayette. His father was a Pioneer sheriff and one of the Public schools of Lafayette is named for the family. When a Young Man George e. Jenks was engaged in newspaper work. He returned to Lafayette from st. Paul Minn., in the late eighties and established the Lafayette paper Box company which he disposed of several years ago to a local company. He probably was the most widely known Man in the paper Box Industry in t in United states and was an Vays at the annual conventions of the association of paper Box manufacturers. Recently a delegation of the leading paper Box makers from East and West vis Steft him at his Home Here. Or. Jenks was never married. He is survived by one sister. Mrs. Julia the business men s concert course. B. Rackcliffe of Chicago. Funeral the Young men gave a most Delight-1 services were held at the family jul program which i was varied Home tuesday afternoon at 2 o clock enough to please All tastes. Selec with the Rev. W. A. Graham of the Tione from the opera. The Chimes Central presbyterian Church off Chat of Normandy was a most pleasing ing. Burial was made in Greenbush number. The legion of Bells which cemetery where the ritual of the is familiar to almost everyone was Elk s Lodge was Given. I beautifully rendered by the quartet a accompanied by Chimes. The com Tribune Pany carried an elaborate set of j chides an instrument that has Neve been used in West Lebanon before. The two numbers already Given on changes hands the Benton county tri Buus has been sold to Edward Bechly of wat this entertainment course have been Jujj so pleasing that everyone is looking morning. Or. Forward with pleasure to the re newspaper Man of con Nia Inder of the numbers. Sid Erable experience having started mrs. Walter Phillip has recently a reporter on the returned from a visit with her tin in. He has Een errand family in Chicago. Fred Ribble and wife of Lafayette spent Friday with the former s parents or. And is. Irvin Ribble. Or. N. Denied the fact that he had shot his tii hat Fer his Ole Home to in an brother and afterwards turned the yet won t take his Home town news gun on himself. Both were dead paper Are you that kind of a Guy when found by mrs. Foreman. It a Quot subscribe to your Home Touti pais supposed that ill health and pos per an help keep it neat n pros Sibly financial reverses unbalanced j porous Lopkin Fer it represents Oil the mind of the unfortunate Man town to the outside Worl an you la get your moneys Worth o who committed the rash act. The foremans were Well known in Benton county having resided for years on a farm in Gilbon township where Charles Foreman the father was township assessor. He left the farm and moved to Fowler and at Ong time was candidate for county assessor. Or. Foreman died ten years ago at Kokomo and shortly afterwards the family moved to Kempster. Both of the dead Brothers were unmarried. Carl was 38 years old and James was about 35 years of age Good Reading big Surprise for mrs. William Balser interesting meeting of Parent teachers ass n. The Parent teachers association had a very enthusiastic meeting last Friday p. M. At the school building in Williamsport. Miss Hillyer s pupils gave an interesting entertainment of songs recitations etc., that was much appreciated. Business mat ters were then taken up. A program committee with mrs. John held mrs. F. O. Kelly and mrs. A. G. Broadie As members and a membership and look out committee consisting of mrs. Cantrell mrs. Floyd Graham and mrs. Max lab we a appointed. The program for each meeting will be published the week previous to the meeting. An interesting program is planned for Jan. 6, 1922. There was an attendance of 4.3 at the meeting which is most encouraging. rules t or Christmas mail prepay postage Lully in All . the internal Revenue on All subject to 25 cents or More postage. Address fully and plainly. Place name a and a Idrees of sender on All . Pack articles carefully and wrap securely. Do not Seal with Christmas seals or stickers As that will subject parcel to letter postage. If you desire to Send a letter with the parcel place it in an envelop pre Pard first class rate and attach to outside of parcel. Parcels can be marked Quot to not open until editor of papers in Watseka and Mil Ford. 111., having disposed of his interests in the latter paper before i coming of Fowler. Or. Eddy and g. Seiple. Who had a Light control of the Quot a attack of typhoid fever succeeded Puj. A Jug a Puj. In heading off a Long seige of the Ujj disease and is Able to be at his work extend representative Wood not opponent of new again Little miss Jane Judy jumped from mrs. Judy s Arm one Day last week in front of John Galyean s striking her head on the Concrete. She was seemingly not injured beyond a bad bump. Or. And mrs. Frank Mcbroom mrs. Ralph Flesher or. And mrs. Allan Hipshire mrs. John Goodrick of the barrens was shopping in oud Burg saturday or. And mrs. Ned Brown of old town were City callers saturday. Miss Grace Siddens who is employed in the Treasury department at Washington d. C., returned to her Home thursday for a month s visit with her parents or. And mrs d. Siddens and other relatives and friends., John Livingston was watching the men working on the new Davies Oil co. Garage on North Street wednesday morning. A scantling fell striking or. Livingston just Over the de visit with her parents in Ohio. The Eddys have made friends in Fowler who will be sorry to see them leave. Have you seen Amorita. The dancing doll at Dennis s store she wriggle twists and moves every thing but her feet. Keeps perfect time to any record played of the phonograph amuses the children and can be used As an ornament. The Dennis hat shop Williamsport. 9tl Indianapolis ind., dec. 7.�?"representative will r. Wood of Lafayette is not a candidate for the sen a Surprise dinner was held at the Home of or. And mrs. William bal ser of Libarty township sunday in Honor of mrs. Balser s sixty first birthday. At the noon hour a Lovely dinner was served to about forty people. Those present were Walter Balser and family Zack Balser and family Harley Hill and family Jasyn Gaskill and family or. And mrs. John Balser and son William or. And mrs. Roy Balser and son Roy Glen or. And mrs. Herbert Balser and daughter Francis or. And mrs. Andy Myers and son John or. And mrs. John Creamer or. And mrs. Harrison Blackwell and baby and miss Susan Balser. At a late hour All returned to their Homes wishing mrs. Balder Many More such birthdays. Professional Engineer must be registered after december 1, 1921, it will the unlawful for any person to practice or offer to practice professional engineering or land surveying in the state of Indiana unless duly registered under the provisions of the la enacted by the last legislature. Professional engineering May include architectural civil structural mechanical electric mining and chemical engineering and All special lines which affect Public life health and property. Certain forms of practice Are exempted but a proper understanding of the exceptions Are necessary. A leg Worth More than a husband a belgian woman who lost her husband in a Railroad Accident received from the company $2,000 by Way of compensation. Shortly afterwards she read of a traveller getting twice As much for the loss of a leg. She went to the company and protested that the difference was unfair. Quot Madam Quot said the official Quot the two awards Are perfectly fair. Four thousand dollars won t provide the Man with a new leg but for $i,000 you can easily get a new Man 89 wills his body to Rush the will of Morris Heilborn filed in the probate court provided that ato ship Quot Harry s. New United a his body be turned Over to the Rush states senator said Here monday. A medi j3,l College to determine the Story has been in circulation that representative Woods was considering entering the senatorial contest. Or. Wood has been representative in Congress since 1904. Cause of a mystery him pain he suffered before his death at the age of 89 last wednesday. After providing that $3,000 be divided among his heirs and heirs at Law the representative Wood has told will directs that any remaining be me repeatedly he is not a candidate that he thinks. I am entitled to re nomination Quot senator new said in discussing his prospects at the primary next Spring. Corsage bouquets and Bouton Neirs in individual gift boxes with tinted Parchment paper just in from d. B. Fisk of Chicago. Makes in Given to miss Jane Adams of Hull House As an expression of his admiration for iier. Quot Auto parts Quot proved to be White mule Kokomo ind., dec. 7.�?attorneys for a. H cites factory manager for the Apperson Brothers Automo Lovely gift for sister to place on her dressing table. The Dennis hat shop. Williamsport. 9tl. Have Vic lived another lot of pretty doll Bour Donaire lamps. A usual gifts. Price each 50c and 60c. Bile company claimed a Frame up9tl. Theory today following the discovery of two quits of whisky addressed to him by express from Detroit. The package was labelled Quot Auto j. W. Jeroloman Deputy with gangs governor attachment gifts. Dennis hat shop Williams Revenue collected arrested crites on port. 9tl. A charge of violating the prohibition a a i Laws. Crites declared he knew for Sale pure Linen hand embroidered handkerchiefs individually boxed in one Fordson tractor i Xmas boxes. Suitable for Xmas and extra rims for wheels. Over a hauled Atid in Fine condition. Left Eye cutting a deep Gash about Roy Bowen tissue paper. Holly paper ill Bon nothing of the whisky an Inch and a half Long. He was tak-1 phone 1071 Hoopeston 111. Zene and Cord and seals for your in to or. Heald s office where the 9t3d. A. Xmas pkg s at Hatton s. 8tl. Try us for All kinds of Job work. Mrs. M. Mcdonald was a hostess to the Methuselah club Friday afternoon. A business metting was conducted by the president mrs. Ned Mccabe. New officers were elected As follows president mrs. Ele Stansbury vice president mrs. Frances Stevens on secy and treasurer mrs. Jason Bowlus. Following the business session mrs. Mcdonald served a two course most appetizing luncheon. Mrs. Jennie Little has issued invitations for two parties at her Home this week. The first was held tuesday afternoon from 2 30 to 5 00. The second will be Friday at the same hour. Mrs. Little s social is a Quot Good Bye Quot party As she leaves Williamsport in a few Days to go to Ohio for the Winter. Mrs. Rupert Gregory is hostess to the Twenty one club today at her Home on Lincoln Street. The girls missionary Guild met with Rev. And mrs. Hoot wednesday night for their december meeting. Each girl brought a Box of Home made Candy and two handkerchiefs. These Are to be sent to miss Bessie Sparks at Kitty ton tenn.,As Christmas remembrances from our society Here. Miss Sparks was a Pupil and a convert of miss Viola held when she was a missionary in that reality. Miss Sparks is now a country school teacher with 41 pupils under her control. She very much appreciates the donation of our girls which will Gladen the hearts of some who thir Wise would be forgotten. The revival services at the u. B. Church at Independence Are growing in interest a special feature is the song service under the directory of professor Burnett of Attica. The meetings will continue until tuesday. The Oberman brokerage company closed its business in Attica saturday. They Are shipping the remaining Stock to Danville i. The elevator at tab has been sold to the Sawyer Grain company. An unusually Fine rally Day program was rendered by the u. B. Sunday school at Independence during the morning hour sunday. It was a pageant representing a military Camp. Forty eight per sort participated in the entertainment and the filled auditorium gave Many expressions of appreciation. Mrs. A Rose Smith has returned Home after several weeks visit with her sister mrs. Bella Smith at Winona Minn. Wallace Lincoln suffered a paralytic stroke a few Days ago. He was in the Yard at his Home when he was stricken. The stroke was quite severe. Mrs. J. B. Dennis returned from a visit with her Mother in North Platte neb. The Mother is critically ill in the Hospital at that place. Or. And mrs. J. H. Stephenson of Williamsport were the guests sunday of l. P. Nelson and b. H. Davis and their families. They were accompanied by mrs. Frances Broadie who spent the Day with her sister mrs. We. Wait. Gordon Hess acted As chauffeur for the Hoosier state Rev. Dan sailors and wife of Cayuga ind., spent sunday night with or. And mrs. Harling Taylor of five Points Clyde and Audrey Taylor of five Points entertained sunday evening Joe and Emelin Griffith Earl and Ray Meadows of Jud Yville and Carl ear heart of tab. Clifford Taylor of five Points who Quot has been sick with inflammatory rheumatism for the past six weeks is but Little improved. Word has been received Here of the arrival of a 9 Pound boy at the Home of or. And mrs. Stanley amp wit Zer of Danville. The new babe been named Frank Eugene for his Grandfather Fowler. Sirs. Switzer was miss Grace Powler of state line before her marriage and a teacher in the Mound township schools. As the season Rolls around for the primary Elef rings candidates Are beginning to germinate and take Root. One of these is William t. Crow who is expecting to again be candidate for sheriff of Warren county. The Indiana abstract ers association held their sixteenth annual convention at Indianapolis on tuesday and wednesday 6f this week. Or and mrs. John held of Williamsport were in attendance. Or. Held is president of this association. At regular commissioners meeting monday co. Farm contract let the Warren county commissioner met in regular monthly session on monday. The allowance of Bills for the month of november was one of the chief items of business. The contract for county farm supplies for the months of december january and february was let to Ray Barwick of Jud Yville. The matter of most interest transacted by the Board monday was the letting of the contracts for three gravel roads in Warren county. The Young gravel Load in Prairie township 2% Miles in length was let to Elmer Shelburn for $19,944. The contract for the Weet Pine Road 1% Miles in length was let to Snider and Hill of Greenfield for $21,973. That of the Hamblen Road in Liberty township Ivy Miles Long was let to Ira Griffith of Benton county for $11,657. There were fifteen different bidders on these three roads. Local b. B. Team triumphs Over Oxford the local Independent Basket Ball team again proved their Metal by beating the fast Oxford commercials by a score of 26-12 in a Good game wednesday night. Clean playing featured the game throughout. Irish Sexton was the individual Star of the local team making four Field baskets while shorty Hankins of the Boswell commercials was the fear for i Oxford with three Field goals to his credit. Sam nary Williamsport f. F Sexton Farmer g. Stewart Yelton j. Stewart c. G. G. Oxford Sanders Hankins Hilt Smith Atkinson substitutes Bush for j. Stewart. Field goals Williamsport Sexton 4 Farmer 3 j. Stewart 3 Yelton 2 Bush 1. Oxford Hankins 3 Hill 2 Fiva throws Hankins. Sex seance my v can up squad to Active in Lay Fay Otte for 5 Day stay see it for compensation. Sex service men Ai e reminded of tie visit at Lafayette today on five succeeding Days of the Federal cleanup squad which will take up All adjustment claims growing out of disc ability. The squad vill be located during its stay in the City on the second floor of the y. M. A. To secure action bring with you your discharge papers and any correspondence you May have regarding your claim for compensation. Five counties will be covered by the squad in its visit there and men from each i it re required to come on the Day specified for their comity. Assignments for counties Are As Fallows Tippecanoe dec. 8 and 10, Montgomery dec. 9. Warren and Benton dec. 12. Fountain a dec. 13. A Correct Ioir in an account last week of the i Torce proceedings of mrs. Thomas Livingston is. Thomas Livingston we said the couple were first married ten years ago when in fact they were married fifteen years ago. We had been misinformed on this Point and gladly make the correction As the error has caused some Embar fas ment to the innocent parties. Chicken dinner a Bazaar a the ladies auxiliary of the Wil have a Christmas Bazaar and Chicken dinner and supper at the Hiiro room West Side of court Bouse on saturday dec. 10. 8t3. Service a at the cafeteria dinner and supper served by the presbyterian ladies opposite the Coart House on saturday december 10, there will be waiters to serve those who do not wish to serve themselves by the cafeteria plan. 9tl. Commit bulb cigars in Xmas boxes at Hatton s. 8tl. A. Hic h of is

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