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Or. and Mrs. M. Coon son. Louis,
iiicl Miss Helen ScTiouton. nil of Den
ison, were cullers at the \V. X. Sciiou
ler lioine Friday.
Mrs. Jim DausUenbiiush returned to
lier home in IJes .Moines Tuesday, al
ler spending a few days here. She had
heen called here on account of
Hue illness of her daughter, Mrs. Will
AInix (ilee. of Dell Kapids. S. 1).
was a eallor one ilay last week at the
home of his fatIter-in-law. lolin Hep
lord. He was 011 his way iu Chicago
with a shipment of cattle.
Miss Huliy Rolls was oil the sick
list, several days last week.
Mi. and Airs. Robert Hopkins, of
Tcnnarit, arrived last Wednesday for
a visit with relatives, returning home
Saturday. Mrs. Hopkins will he re
membered as Miss Kva Iioluiui.
Miss Vera Paul arrived home from
»es_ Moines Wednesday, where she is
a student, at the Des Moines college,
10 spend Thanksgiving with her par
outs, Mr. anil Mrs. II. W. Paul. Miss
Paul is a Kenior at the above named
'J oin and Ed Ahart were business
visitors 111 Denison Monday.
Mrs. Jolm Fritz was down from Den
ison Friday visiting her sister-in-law.
Mrs. George Fritz.
Uncle Dan Howorth came up from
Dunlap Friday to visit his brother, Kd
muml llowortli.
Mrs. Charley Horn and two chil
dren cuino up trom Omaha Thursday
evening tor woek end visit, with lier
mother, Airs. Alarm Gibson.
Mrs. Olhe Vulcott arrived Saturday
evening trom Wagner. S. 1)., to help
care for lier mother-in-law. Airs. Mag
gie Talcott, who has been ill for tiio
past throe weeks.
Mrs. Jake Harwell, oi Defiance,
spent Thanksgiving with lier:parents.
Air. and Aire. Jake lteeser.
Mr. and Mrs. K(] Uetnuiu, of ben
iscn, spent Sunday at the Milo Kelly
Harry Chadwick left Sunday for
Tanner, X. 1)., where lie will remain
until spring.
Mrs. Marry Creos, of Atalissa, la.,
Mrs Ktta Floyd, of Fairbault, Minn..
Mrs. Louise Uuckman, of West Liber
ty, la., who had been here to attend
the funeral of their sister, Mrs. Amy
Bonsall, returned 011 Friday morning
to their homes. Mrs. Phoebe McAn
nieh, another sister who came l'rom
Tonkawa, Okla., will remain a week
or two for a visit with relatives here
11 nd elsewhere.
Mrs. John Miller was down from
Denison Saturday soliciting funds for
the new L. 1) S. church in course of
construction in Denison. She was en
couraged by receiveing a hearty re
Mr. and Airs. Zibe Nurse were up
from Durilap to spend Thanksgiving
with their grantlaprents. Mr. and Airs.
S Miller.
i\1 ns ll('3Sio Alexander departed
Sunday for Omaha, where phe'will en
ter the Van Sant Business college.
We are pleased to report tli&t Mrs.
Oscar Fienhold is again able to be
about, the house after several days'
Thomas Mc.Malion came liome from
Denison Sunday atternoon to visit his
•uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Misses Gladys Welsh and Joy Hcnip
lull accompanied, by Claude Welsh
were over irom Muck Grove last
Thursday evening-to attend the dance.
The .voting ladies were guests of Miss
Irene Smith.
.YJr. and Mrs. W. E. Dow went to
California .) unction Thursday to eat
Thanksgiving dinner with their niece
and her husband.'
The Tom Ahart family was in Dun
lap last Thursday to attend the dedi
catory services ol St. Joseph's paroch
ial school,
Mrs. Creedon came up Irom Iowa
City last week to attend the tuneral of
her brother, John Slattery. She 1s re
claming for a visit with the rest of
the family betore returning home.
Mrs. Ed Ahart and Miss itilsie went
lo Oma)ia Friday morning to do some
Cut Glass.
I shopping and visit friends. They m
turned lionio Saturday.
Clark l'.est returned Thursday from
Iiis trip to Witonka. S. 1).. to which
pla'-e lie had accompanied ,loe Best's
car of household goods. This was his
first trip through that, part of Dakota
and he was favorably impressed with
the. looks of the country.
Mrs. (Veil Mahoney, who had been
called hero on account of the illness
and death of her mother. Mrs. Amy
Bonsall. returned on Sunday to her
home at Castana.
Sears McHenry was down from
Denison Sunday to visit his cousin,
Alott McHenry.
Air, and Mrs. .liin Clark are the
•proud parents of a son bom Sunday
Nov. 2Sth.
.loe St.epanek was in Omaha Sunday
to spend the day with his wife, who is
in the Methodist hospital convalesc
ing from an operation. Me found her
doing so nicely that it is thought she
may be able to be brought, home in an
other week. Her friends will bo de
lighted to learn the gocid news of her
rapid recovery.
Elder C. J. Hunt, of Independence,
Mo., was calling on friends in town
Miss Wave Cross is enjoying a two
weeks' vacation from her school
duties in Grove township No. 1 in
Shelby county anil is spending the
time hero with lier mother.
Morris and Hudson McHenry were
Denison visitors Monday.
L. C. Hatch spent Thanksgiving in
Council Bluffs and Omaha.
Miss Lisle Goldsworthy, who teach
es in the Manning schools spent the
Thanksgiving vacation with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs.'J. T. Goldsowrth.v.
Charley Miller went lo Sioux to
spend Thanksgiving at the home of
Orville McElwain. He returned
home by way of Moorhead. where he
spent a day with friends.
Miss Kate Binnall, of Woodbine, is
visiting relatives west of town.
Mrs. Mamie Mulvihill was up from
Omnlia •Spending her Thanksgiving
vacation with lier parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Bell. She returned 10 Oma
ha Sunday afternoon.
Airs. M. M. Xtaniey was down from
Arion Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Martin Goddard spent two or
three days the last of the week visit
ing at the parental. William Hover
home, in Denison.
Airs. Mamie Clark and daughter,
Frances, went over to Harlan Friday
to spend a few days with relatives.
Mrs. Edith Baker was down from
Sioux City to eat Thanksgiving din
ner at the parental, J. F. Iludd home.
Mr. Guuard Yotingdahl was down
from Lake City a couple of days last
week visiting at the T. Munse.v home.
Leslie liolcomh lias pulled in his
grading outifit and has closed his
season's work.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown spent
Weduesday in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bjiss and Miss
Hilda Turnlund autoed to Denison
Mrs Bert Lyman and children and
Mrs. Marie Cheeseboro were down
from Carroll to spend Thanksgiving
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Andrew and Itobert Sharp, sons of
Mr. aiid Airs. James Sharp, are down
with the measles.
Miss Clara Williamson has com
pleted her twelve weeks' Normal
course at the Denison college and has
returned home. Miss Williamson is
litting herself to be a teacher.
Miss Xora Finnegan, of Omaha, was
a Thanksgiving day guest of [un
friend, Mrs. Fred Colby.
John and Earl Balir accompanied by
their sister, Miss Minnie, attended
the Thanksgiving ball in Charter Oal
Thursday evening.
Dr. L. M. Coon is building a fine big
corncrib on his farm northwest of
Aliss Vera Williamson spent Satur
day in Schleswig with friends.
Mr. and Airs. Willie Meyers and
three little folks wore down from
Boyer Sunday visiting Air. and Mrs.
Fred Clirisitansen.
Miss Jennie Itae returned to Omaha
Sunday afternoon after a ten days'
slay here helping care for her aunt.
Mrs. Maggie Talcott.
Fay Gilliland is back from an ex
tended sojourn in Council Bluffs and
personal use we have gathered the best
has a^ain entered school lure. The
hid got hurl while away and thus was
detained much longer than lie had ex
Airs. Ella Hivin ami daughter. Mrs.
.1. H. Peaisall, drove to Ihick Grove
Sunday to spend tho day with relit
.Mrs. U. X. Cliamberlin and daugh
ters were down from Denison Sunday
(•ailing on friends. Miss Trcrina is
home, from her school work at Iowa
City for a holiday visit.
Prof. C. W. Manning and wife went
to Omaha Friday 10 complete arrange
ments for sending their eldest daugh
ter, Miss Li-tha, there, to take a busi
ness course. They returned home Sat
urday afternoon.
Airs. S. M. llejilogle Ijas returned to
her home in Bed Oak, after spending
a few days here at the George Talcott
Wr regret to report the illness of
Airs. Frank Green.
Loren and Leslie Alexander wore
up from Duiilap Saturday visiting
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen
ry Ilo.v.
Chester Bonsall and son. Teddy,
who were over from Little Sioux tp at
tend the funeral of the former's moth
er, returned home Saturday.
Mrs. George Fritz was in Denison
Saturday shopping and visiting rela
The meeting of he Woman's For
eign Missionary society, which was to
have been held this week, Wednesday,
with Mrs. Earl Morrison, lias been
posponr.il to Dec. lf, when, a joint
meeting with the Wonman's Home
Missionary society will be held. Din
ner will be served at 12:30, after
wlrtc-li the study of the lesson chapter
two of the new book "The King's
Highway" will be taken up.
Fred Logsdou arrived Wednesday
from Marshalltown to spend several
days with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Harvey Hamrick and Misses
Elizabeth Lueck and Mae Houston
were shopping in Denison Saturday.
.Tim Turnlund, Nelsou Butterworth
and Alex Rubin attended the football
game in Denison Thursday.
Bev. and Mrs. A. B. Adams entrr
taiued the Al. K. church choir last
Friday evening in honor of Miss Bes
sie Alexander, who will leave for
Onialm. After choir practice and a
social hour lunch was served. The con
gregation as well as the choir regret
to have Miss Bessie depart. She lias
been choir leader for some time and
lias been a success.
The Baptist bazaar will be held
next week, Saturday, and will be a
most excellent place to purchase all
kinds of pretty and useful things for
Christinas. They will have fancy bags,
aprons, caps, handkerchiefs, towels,
etc., and other needle work that one
is usually too busy to make at home.
A doll booth is also being arranged
for as well as a fish pond. Supper will
be served also. Remember the date
Dec. 11. The place will be announced
next week
Airs. Cliirs Wilbeek gave a party
Sunday evening in honor of her hus
band's forty-second birthday: Quite a
company was present and spent a
most enjoyable time. All enjoyed the
fine birthday supper. At a late hour
the guests departed wishing Mr. Wil
beek many happy returns of the day.
C. L. Budd was a business visitor
in Omaha Friday.
All three of Clark Best's children
were sick last week, -"3
Miss Ilia Lamb spent her vacation
with relatives at Council Bluffs and
Sioux City.
Atr. and Mrs. Jake Iteeser enjoyed a
visit Thanksgiving Day from their
daughter, Aliss Flo. of Manilla.
Ed Larsen visited Friday at the
George Fritz home.
The Odd Fellows are putting a coat
of paint on their buildiug occupied by
the drug stjre and lodge rooms.
Aliss Nannie Cary came from Tipton
last week to attend the funeral of her
aunt, Mrs. Amy Bonsall.
Boy Uandel was an Omaha visitor
Ernest Kummer and a -party con
sisting of Air. aud Mrs. Naulte Aeher
liardt and Nick Kuiniiier met with ail
accident Sunday evening when,
traveling along the Lincoln Highway
•west of town. Ernest was at the wheel
and seems to have momentarily lost 1
control of the car. But in that moment
have assembled a large stock of
We wish to give you every attention in our power and we urge the early selection of your gifts,
ance of gifts of moderate cost, in fact more than ever before.
The Denison Review, Wednesday, December 1,1915
ihe damage was done. The car ran
over the embaiikement. throwing all
the occupants out. Xick Kummer was
very hardly shaken up and bruised,
the others being injured less. All are
rejoicing that it was no worse. The
ar was not badly damaged.
Mrs. Fred Colby entertained her
friends, Misses Josephine and Eve
Smith, of Orfialm. on Thanksgiving
\V. E. Fisliel entertained at a Stag
dinner last Friday evening ten or a
dozen gentlemen being present. The
chief article at the feast was a huge
portion of the venison his son, llerh.
had recently brought home from his
hunting trip.
Air. and Mrs. Hugh Butterworth at
tended the football game in Denison
Mr. and Mrs. Art Uandel. Elsie and
Fred were down al the farm near
Dunlap Sunday.
Misses Helta Coryell and Bernice
Hunsicker went to Omaha Friday
morning on a shopping expedition.
The condition of Aunt Maggie Tal
cott remains unchanged, except
gradually growing weaker.
Four members of the ohl Dow City
Dramatic company namely: Mrs. L. 10.
McBiide, Messers O. J. .ludd. L. C.
Hatch and Lloyd Brake put on a tal
loid drama The Deserter," last Wed
nesday night after the picture show.
The large audience thoroughly en
joyed it. There seems to be no inclina
tion 011 tlie part of our home people to
out-grow our iiome talent plays.
Miss Clara Williamson went to Den
ison Monday to visit her. aunt.
John Smith returned Wednesday
from the farm at Clark. S.
He looks
as it "baching" agreed with him.
Airs. R. J. McCullough and daugh
ter, Miss Alfrecda, of Denison, spent
Thanksgiving day at the Tom McCul
lough home- here.
Dr. and Airs. J. A. Brill gave a' sur
prise party for their guest. Leo Oster.
last Tuesday evening. The young
folks had a delightful time.
Word conies from Vales Center.
Kans., that A. II. Budd is improved, a
fact that many friends will be pleased
to note.
Airs. A. E. Alleman is convalescing
nicely following her recent, operation
for tlie removal of a cancer, and is
expected to bb brought home in an
other week.
Hazel and Floyd Retman, of Den
son, visited at the home of their un
cle and aunt. Air. and Airs. Milo Kelly,
a few'days the last of the w^ek.
Frank Joyce went to Omaha Friday
to meet his family, which was coming
l'rom Friend. Neb., to take up their
residence here. They are nicely locat
ed in Mrs. Wood's rooms over the
We are informed that for the pre
sent Miss Lola Fisliel- will take the
place made vacant by the resignation
of E. G. Wiggins as assistant cashier
in the Bank of Dow City. Miss Fisliel
lias been stenographer there for some
time, and with her splendid business
education, will be able to handle to
tlie bank affairs in a most satisfac
tory manner.
T0111 Clinton's baby is sick again.
Miss Leila Baber was a visitor at
Carroll with relatives from Friday un
til Sunday.'
Will Seemann. visited his brother,
Lute, ill Denison between trains. Sun
Morris Wilder returned to Oinalui
Sunday after a visit with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. N. U. Wilder.
Airs. Claus. Hanson and Airs. T. E.
Baber w«'re shopping in Dunlap
Mr. and Mrs. John Ke i'ord were
over from Buck Grove Sunday and
It is a grave inistaKc for mothers to neg
lect UiL-ir aclius ami pains and snfTer
sileucc-—this only leads to chronic sick
new and oltcli shortens life.
If your work is tiring: if your nerves
ewitable -if you fee! languid, weary or
depressed, you should know'that Scott's
emulsion overcomes just such conditions.
it possesses in concentrated lonn the
very elements to invigorate the blood,
strengthen the tissues, nourish the nerves
aurl build strength.
Scol.'s is strengthening thousands 0/
mot1."rs—and wi
11 help you. No alcohol.
le.w-.iitleM. V. I.
We wish you to know what we have been doing to facilitate your
Christmas buying. We have prepared a superb collection of
Diamonds, Pearls and Precious Stones
Sterling Silverware
We want you to see all our holiday jewelry before the more busy days of late December.
Cqme in and Listen to the "Edison Diamond Disc" Phonograph—Real Music, No Needles to Change.
Headquarters for Eastman Kodaks
took dinner at the Tom Miinsey home.
They were accompanied by their rela
tive .Melvin Tillett. of Manilla.
Mr. and Mrs. John Turnlund and
family ate Thanksgiving dinner with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Turn
Dr. .). A. Brill and wife. Miss Esther
Marty and Leo Oster attended the
footbg.ll game in Dunlap Thursday.
The J. P. P. club met last Friday af
ternoon with Mrs. Rudolph Ahart. The
ladies spfnt a most enjoyable after
noon. A fine lunch was served at the
afternoon's close.
We are in receipt of the announce
ment of the wedding of .Miss Sylvia
Mae Leslie to Mr. Oscar Ziegenbein.
which took place at Orchard, Neb..
Tuesday Nov. 2 '. Aliss Leslie is the
youngest daughter of Air. and Airs.
Jessie N. Leslie, former residents
here and has many friends who will
be pleased to learn of this event. The
young couple will make their home
near Orchard.
Mrs. O. J. Judd and daughter, Ha
zel, went to Council Bluffs Friday,
and we have obtained countless exclusive things in
Jeweler and Optometrist
Sign of the Big Clock. Denison, Iowa
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where they visited Mr. and Airs. Char
ley Antisdel until Saturday evening.
Mr. Velie Sowles autoed over from
Alanilla Wednesday to visit his daugh
ter. Mrs. Eugene Baber. Mrs. Baber
and the baby accompanied liini hack to
Alanilla, where they visited until Sun
Mrs. Walter Cole and daughter.
Aliss .Mamie, were in Denison Satur
day shopping.
Miss Jennie Cramer enjoyed a visit
the past week from Aliss Flossie
Cramer, of Dunlap.
Ed Johnson and wife returned
home Monday from Council Bluffs
where the former had undergone an
operation for appendicitis two weeks
ago. Mr. Johnson is convalescing
Clain Rudil is here from Davenport
to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Rudil.
Clara Alae Alunsey returned Satur
day from a visit with relatives in
The Will Rockwell family moved to
Denison Saturday, where they \yill re­
Look Who
Germania Opera House
Saturday, December..
The Greatest Musical Comedy Success on
the Road To-Day.
both for the dining table and
You will find here as usual an abund-
side. Mr. Rockwell will engage in the
dray business.
Mr. St rangier, who recently came
from Omaha to work for J. A. Scott in
the blacksmith shop, moved his family
here the first of th«« week aud I hoy
are occupying the rooms recently va
cated by the Petcoff shoe shop.
Dr. A. J. Konimacher. of Missouri
Valley, and .Miss Rhea Cuinmings, of
Denison, were Sunday guests at the
Hugh Butterworth home.
W. A. Starkcy and family were
Thanksgiving day guests at the Geo.
Smith home in Woodbine.
Vernon. Spence, of Deloit. was visit
ing rel atives here Friday.
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