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DOW CITY ITpMS
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'Little Ruth Scott, youngest daugh
ter. of Mr. and Mrs. J., A. Scott( cele
bitted her ninth birthday anniversary
Thursday by inviting a number of her
friends and playmates to the home to
•spend the afternoon. The little folks
attaused themselves with games of a
Various sort and needless to say the
time passed all too rapidly. Mrs.
Boott treated the guests to a most de
licious birthday repast at the conclus
ion of the day. Several handsome gifts
added to the honoree's enjoyment in
the occasion.
yEImer Turnlund came up from Coun
cil .Bluff? Saturday evening to spend
Sunday at the parental, A. P. Turalund
ho.me. John Turnlund, of Cherokee,
was also hefe and spent the day with
the home folks.
"Mr. and Mrs. 'L. B. Poitevin and chil
dreli motored to Defiance Sunday and
enjoyed a visit at the home of her sis
tei*, airs. James McBride, and family.
(Eugene Crandall and wife took their
little eon, 'Richard, to Omaha Thurs
day, where the child had his tonsils
removed. They returned Friday.
:t)ow City defeated Harlan by a score
of 19 to 1. Wilson pitched six innings
without allowing a hit and retired at
that time in order to be in shape for
Denison.. Harlan has defeated punlap,
Portsmouth and other teams by lead
ed scores. Dow City plays Denison
Thursday and Dunlap next Sunday at
Diiltlap.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Walters, son,
Rdger, and daughter, Verna, autoed to
feftbrm Lake, Saturday, where they
made an o^rer
Sunday visit at the home
of Mrs.. Walters' brother, Fred Bruhn.
J. J. Houston went down to Omaha
Wednesday and spent several days tak
Ing medical treatment.
O. S. Carlson, iFrank Binnall, J.
Bonsall and J. A. PitChard motored to
Woodbine Friday .ito look at a farm.
Mr Carlson is looking up a new loca
tion, he having recently sold his farm
in this vicinity. As yet he has not
sfoilhd a desirable place.
"thos., Bert and Lee Ernest, three
brothers Mrs,S. A. Dow, were here
from Missouri valley Wednesday to
attend the funeral of Mr. Dow.
Mrs. Ralph Roy and children came
down from Denison (Saturday for an
aver Sunday visit at the Henry Roy
home and to attend the L. D. S, re
unloh.
Lloyd Brake)
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James Turnlund,
Flcfyd 'Rigsby. Asa Dwine, Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Riddle, Eugene Crandall and
win Geo. Zimmer, Miss Zella Brasel,
Adblph Abart, J. R. Griffin and Edwin
Poitevin were among those from here
represented at the Harlan fair last
wfefek.*
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ii.
Young and wife took their lit­
tle son, 'Russell, to Denison Thursday
to have bis tonsils removed. The
ebild bad been suffering considerably
for a week or so with .tonsillitis.
'0. J. Judd, wife and daughter, Fran
lea were passengers to Omaha Friday
mbfning. Mr. Judd returned that eve
njnfc, his wife and daughter remaining
n(lpl Saturday evening with relatives.
H. Fishel went down to Qm&ha
Ifuttday for a visit at the home of
ftther, A. A. Fishel, returning Sat
iy evening.
ky Field was an arrival Saturday
Turin for a visit with his folks
to attend the L. D. S. reunion, re
ining over .the Sabbath.
K. Coleman, wife and children
Glenn Coleman, son of Mrs. Fred
,eman, have returned from a two
bits' sojourn in„ South Dakota. The
ty Killion family and a number of
ler Charter -Oak people were with
tm on the trip.
Irs. D. Li. Graul and little son were
from Arion Saturday and visited
atAtjie parental, J. G. Graul, home.
$VC. Buss was a caller at the comity
capital Saturday.
jjMrs. Wm. Dwine went over to Ute
Wednesday Renter the hospital again,
wa are sorry to report that she has'
npLbeen getting along so well of late
and- it may be necessary for her to
bite another operation performed.
^Victor Keehner is assisting in the
Ei ifc. Butterworth bakery during the
LiJ). S. reunion while Mr. Butterworth
ttjjllaving charge of the dining tent
aad friilt stand at the park.
.JCyril Saunders, of Manilla, was vis
ttj&g 'DoW City friends Sunday.
vi'itiss Marie Coleman accompanied
mripTaunt, Mrs. Cora Wilson,' to Coun
c$foluff» 'Friday, where they remained
oimf the week end. Mrs. Wilson,
l(48e home is at that place, also came
with Marie for a more extended
\t.
Jftigh Butterworth, of David City,
$$)., was in town Saturday visiting
6f 4tne parental) Clair Butterworth,
limine. He experts to take a vacation
from his duties as traveling salesman
the Cudahy Packing company at
CMaaha in the near future and will
jQlji his wife and1 two children w^io
Mfcte been spending the greater part
oi'the summer with relatives in Twin
Idaho, they, also having taken
dUnping quarters at Yellowstone
i^rk, besides visiting other places of
interest in the west.
Blden Edwards and wife, of Leeds,
arrived Saturday evening for a visit
at ^the home of his father, John Ed
wards, Sr., and with other relatives.
^S4ei is having a fifteen day vacation
fpoin his duties as telegraph operator.
Mr. and Mrs. Vanderwall, of Denl
sbfr, were in Dow City Sunday spend
inl the day witb friends.
Miss Mae Killion was a passenger
Aram Dunlap Saturday evening for an
iwer Sunday visit at the parental, J.
H.VKillion, home.
:^Zjira,
the little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Victor-Keehner, bad the misfor
tfctte to fall from the amphitheater at
thfe hasebnll park ^Sunday afternoon,
(•tying from the topmost atep. Tbe
gW escaped by only belng bruised
ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM DOW CITY
and the accident is considered a very
lucky one as it might easily have prov
en of a serious nature
Carl Hansen, wife and baby, were
down from Denison Sunday visiting
at the parental, Clau'B Hansen, home.
Mr9. F. C. Buss delightfully enter
tained at a family dinner Saturday eve
ning at 8 o'clock as a compliment to
Grandma Buss. The occasion wa|s
greatly appreciated by all present, but
by none more than the honored guest.
Mrs. Thos. Rule has been very sick
with a siege of the flu as well as bay
ing an attack of mumps at the same
time. We are glad to report her as
improving at present.
E. R. Adle, wife and little daughter
were down from 'Denison Sunday vis
iting at the home of her sister, Mrs.
G. M. Goddard, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Rood and little
son were visiting with relatives in
Woodbine Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Shumate returned' Saturday af
ternoon from a pleasant visit with
Dunlap relatives.
Mrs. James Spence and sons, Morris
and Vernon, and the letter's wife came
down trom Denison Friday to remain
during the L. D. S. reunion. Mr. Spence
was down Sunday and spent the day.
Mrs. Clyde Cochran was a passen
ger from Denison Saturday afternoon
for a visit at the Chas. Smitix home,
returning Sunday.
Walter Homan was in Omaha and
spent Sunday with his two children
who are at the home of their grand
mother, Mrs. Rose Akofer.
Miss Rosa Hinz, of Manning, and
Miss Mary Elders, of Nickels, were
arrivals (Friday evening for &n over
Sunday visit with Misses Ruth Swasey
and llva Fishel..
Robert Skillman, the little son of
Mrs. Martin "Wieland, was the victim
of an accident Saturday, when he fell
from a load of hay and dislocated his
shoulder. The lad was brought to
SF. C. Buss, wife and children, accom
panied by her sister, Miss Hilda Turn- town and taken, to a physician for at
lund, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Buss,
W. C. Rolls and daughter. Ruby, and
Miss Lola Fishel, left Sunday overland
for (Des Moines to spend a few days at
the. state fair.
tention and at this time is reported to
be getting along nicely.
Dobert Johnson and wife went to
Council Bluffs Sunday to attend the
funeral of his grandmother.
Mrs. Sophrone Bell is entertaining
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Crandall, of
Woodbine, who came Friday evening
to remain'during the L. D. S. reunion.
.Nathalie McChesney, daughter of
Mr. and- Mrs."Cha&. McChesney, of
Glen Ellen, 111., who are visiting here
at the Chas. Smith home, is suffering
with an attack of mumps.
TJtow City friends of Foster Spence,
of Harlan, had the pleasure of extend
ing him greetings Sunday! he having
but recently returned from overseas
service. Foster enlisted in the army:
about* two years ago, being connected
with the signal department.
John Carey and little son returned
Monday from -a couple of months' so
journ with his brothers in Nebraska.
Ward Keairnes, Ed Laubacher, Enos
Cross,. C. L. Rudd, Wilber Berf-y and
Leon Cramer constitute a party who
motored to Little Sioux Saturday on a
fishing expedition, returning Sunday.
M. A. Rigsby is assisting in the W.
C. Rolls meat market for a few days
while Mr. Rolls Is away attending the
state fair.
Leslie tLogsdon was up from Wood
bine 'Sunday visiting his sister, Ber
tha,, he having accompanied the latter
here from a short visit at that place.
Mrs. 8on Toohey and children and
her sister, Miss Helen McHenry, who
came here from Sioux Falls, S. D., and
spent a few days with their relatives,
the Henry Bell family, have taken
their departure for Los Angeles, Calif.,
where they plan on spending & y£ar
If the place proves suitable to them
the^ will make it their permanent
home.
Miss Ora Butterworth came up from
Logan Sunday to spend the week at
the home of her father, J. L. Butter
worth. and to be in attendance at the
L. D. S. reunion.
Saturday afternoon. Miss Anna
Dwine played hostess to the J. B. G.'s
with a goodly number present. There
were also several invited friends in
attendance, among whom were Mrs.
Carl Kirk and Mrs. Leslie Hein, of
Dunlap Miss Rose Hinz, of Manning,
and Miss Mary Elders, of Nickels.
The afternoon passed in a most de
lightful social manner and a general
good time was had. A very toothsome
luncheon was served to which all did
ample justice.
Mrs. George Johnstone, daughter,
Mary, and son, Joseph, took their de
parture on Saturday night on their re
turn trip to their home in Chicago.
The latter was stricken with appendi
citis last week, which necessitated
their returning sooner than they had
expected. T'- Isitors oame to Dow
City about jr. ago with her aunt,
Mrs. Sol Miller, snd her cousin, Mrs.
Moiitz 'Dethlefsen, on their return
from a visit in Chicago and had plan
ned on remaining until the first of Sep
tember, when Mr. Johnstone was to
join them.
A. A. Birkhofer went down to Oma
ha Monday morning. His daughter,
Marie, and son, .Robert, joined him
there that afternoon and the lad had
an operation performed for the remov
al of his tomsls.
Mrs. George Davis and son, Robert,
were up from Omaha spending the
Sabbath day at the Henry Bell home.
Lars Peterson returned' Saturday
from a several weeks sojourn In Har
lan.
B. M. McElwain and wife and their
daughter, Pearl, motored to Omaha on
Monday morning where they spent the
day amonjg the big stores.
Word was received here the latter
part of the week of the recent birth of
a baby son to Mr. and Mrs. Ross Shel
don, of Los Angeles, CalL Mrs. Shel
don will be remembered as Miss Alta
Mackey. The family moved from Dow
City some two years ago."
Mrs. W. iB, McDonald and cousin,
Mrs. Rose Smith, of Maxwell, who was
visiting here, were in Denison Thurs
day, where they attended the funeral
of Mrs. Scott Wheeler, who was the
neighbor of Mrs. Smith at Maxwell,
the remains having been brought to
Denison for burial.
The fall term of school1 opens in
Dow City next Monday, September 1st
and wiH begin by the old time, which
according to "government time, will be
at ten o'clock in the morning and two
o'clock in the afternoon. The corps of
teachers for the ensuing year follows:
Grades—first, Miss Agnes Goddard,
second, Mrs. Anna Williams, third,
Miss Mildred Wiggins, fourth, Miss
Mabel Cole, fifth,: Miss Ellen Goddard,
sixth. Miss Hilda Turnlund, seventh,
Miss Caroline Shirk, eighth, Miss Lil
lian Donaldson High iSchool—History
and Mathematics, Mies Bernice Hun
sicker, English and Latin, Miss Mar
garet Ryan. Domestic Science, Miss
Martha Weiss, General Science, Miss
Marie Helsley, Music and Drawing,
Miss Irma Chamberlain, Superintend
ent, P. A. Long. It is the understand
ing that iSupt. Long will also serve as
agricultural and manual training in
structor. At the present writing, the
position of assistant primary teacher
remains vacant, but the board expects
to have the same filled within a short
time.
Mrs. Grave Weaver and two chil
dren have returned to their home at
Lincoln following a pleasant visit wfth
relatives, the families of Horatio Win
grove and Frank and Geo. Binnall.
Mrs. May Rudd came up from Coun
cil Bluffs the first of the week tor a
visit with relatives and friends and to
attend the I.. D. S. reunion. Mrs Rudd
recently returned from an exisndod
V\
Mrs. Rose Smitji and son, Everett,
left the first of the week for their
home at Maxwell, following a ten
days' vi^lt at the home of her uncle
and atfnt. Mr. aiff 'Mrs. G. W. Otfigley.
Mrs. Harry Bramley and daughters,
Mae and Evelyn, were shopping in
Omaha Monday as weVe also Homer
and Fern Johnson.
Mrs. Byron Clow of Oniaha. was a
pleasant Sabbath guest at the John
Ahart home.
Herman Lazerus .and wife accom
panied by her mother, Mrs^. Reuben.
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THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 27, 1919
visit with her on. Ross Ruvl and Vacation from her work in Omaha,
family in Hooper, AVash. 'Prior to her coming to Dow City.-she
Mrs.
arren Ettleman and children visited with• relatives and friends at
who have been spending several I garlham, Newton and De»Moines, go
weeks at the home of her father, W. hng from here to Woodbine Thursday
V. Butler at Pierson were visiti«K wi«hiWhere she made a visit with her
relatives in Dow City Saturday. Mr.
Ettioinan has securtd a house in Den
ison at which mnoe the family will
make their home,
Jesse Justice arrived Saturday from
Wendt, S. Dak., for a visit at the home
of his sister Mrs. F. W. Pearsoll cad
also with other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. MoBride accom
panied by his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
MrSi- Oilver McBride, were up from
Logan Sunday visiting at the G. M.
Brake home.
Ralph Binnall returned Saturday
from a several weeks' sojourn at tbe
home of his uncle, Clem Langley. at
Enders' Lake, iNebr. iHs cousin, Miss
Alice Langley of that place came back
with him and will attend school here
the coming year, making her home
with the Frank Binnall family.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take this' means of ex
pressing. our gratitude to all friends
and neighbors who offered assistance
during our late bereavement. Your
deeds of kindness shown at this time
will never be forgotten.
.,•••• Mrs S. A. Dow,
t,.v»
•Miss Golda Dow.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson,
w:
E. Dow.
The News of the Week, as Gathered'and Put in Readable
Shape by Our Regular Correspondent
of Omaha and his mother and sister,
Mrs. Louis Cohen and Mrs. Rose Lev
in, of Texas, left Monday overland for
Des Moines to attend the state fair.
Rudolph, the ten year old son of Ru
dolph iSwitzer, is suffiering with a
broken leg, the result of his having
been thrown from a colt which he was
riding.
J. M. Baker and wife came up from
Missouri Valley the first of the week
to attend the reunion of the L. D. S.,
and also to visit with friends and old
acquaintances.
Morris Hefferman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Hefferman, came home last
week from a training camp. He has
re-enlisted for a period of one year
and is here on a furlough. Morris en
listed from Dow City in the early
spring of 1918, having been abroad a
little better than a year. He went
from here with James Turnlund, Asa
Dwine and Floyd Rigsby who returned
home a week 'before him.
Mrs. Robert Moorhead and two chil
dren* of Omaha, were arrivals Wed
nesday for a week's visit with the J.
W. and F. C, Howorth families.
Miss Bessie Alexander of Omaha,
spent several days last week with Dow
City friends and was a guest at the
home of Mrs. Ida Talcott while here.
., .1 She has been enjoying a two weeks
friends, Misses Rath Glassburner and
Eva Johns. Her' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Alexander, are absent from
their home here," having been away
the gr4ater part of the summer. Mrs
Alexander is visitihg in California,
while her husband is away with race
horses.
W. C. Rolls and- 0. A. Cooper have
purchased interests in the concession
rightsjfor the county fair, which were
recently sold at bids on the streets of
Arlon. The former bought the rights
of the pop corn and peanut stand and
the lattery purchased the bowery.
P. *W. O'Meara and little son,. Morris
have returned to their home In Iowa
City after a few days' visit with his
brothers, Clarence and John O'Meara
and bis sister, Miss Mary O'Meara.
Adolph Ahart has purchased the
Otto Knief residence property in north
Denison, of which he is to have pos
session January 1st. Mr. and Mrs.
Ahart gave up farming in this vicinity
several months ago, being compelled
to retire from the farm owing to poor
health. Since leaving Dow City they
have been with 'her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Losch in Denison most of the
timfe.
Mrs. 'F. M.1 Cole and daughter, Mabel
returned home the early part of the
past week frpm Dell Rapids, S. Dak.,
where they had been enjoying a visit
at the homeg of their two daughters
and slaters, Mi's.' "R: Rollins and
Mrs. IFrank Mitchell": Little Marion
Rollins came with fthem to spend a
week. Mrs. 'Cole 'had been in Dell
Rapids since June,
a package
before the
a package
during the
a package
THE FLAVOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICE!
(wiiile
Mabel, who
:has be&n teaching in a provisional
sphool near Lake View, the greater,
part of the summer, joined her mother,
three weeks before' their rturn home.
Miss 'Blanche Coie^who has been at­
war
war
NOW
1ST
tending a six weeks' session of school
at the State Teachers' College at Ce
dar Falls] came home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arden Bell and little
daughter, Catherine, and Mr. and Mrs.
James Henry and children, were in
Arion one day last week, where they
attended a birthday reception, given
as a courtesy to Mrs. Catherine Henry
who passed her 81st milestone on life's
pathway. The affair took'place fct the
home of her daughter, Mrs. James
Butler.
R. H. Fishel arrived home recently
from the navy, having received his fin
al discharge. Bob enlisted in the serv
ice of his country some two years
ago. In the recent past he had been
stationed at Newport, R. I., whree he
assisted in training recruits. His
numerous friends are glad to have
him back home again.
On Tuesday evening of the past
week a bowery party was given at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Brink.
The affair had been planned by Misses
Josephine Stepanek and Marie Birk
hofer, complimentary to Jerry Brink.
A large number participated in the
pleasures of the event, which was en
joyed to the fullest degree by each
one, but none more than the guest of
honor. Tempting refreshments verf
fittingly cldsed the evening and at a
late hour the company of. friends dis
persed.
Geo. Ahart, wife and little daughter,
Margaret Regina, motored to Harlan
Wednesday where they visited the
fair.
Mrs. O. iS. Carlson and little son
left on Tuesday evening of the past
week for Chicago where they are
spending a week or two visiting her
feister. Mrs. Carlson also went at this
time to see the physician with whom
she has been doctoring, since the time
she suffered witb lock-jaw, some two
years ago. We are sorry to report
that she has not yet regained her
health. Mrs. A. B. Carlson and daugh
ter, Marian, are caring for the house
during their absence.
Mrs. Romanan Wight came up from
Council Bluffs the early part of the
past week for a visit at the home of
her son, A. J. Wight and family, and
to attend the L. D. S. reunion here.
Mrs. Fern iWiley and two daughters.
Miriam aud Phyllis, departed Wednes
day noon for their home in Eagle
Grove, following a week's visit at the
The
home of her niotherjin-law, Mrs. S. E.
Wiley and with the Fred Wiley fam
ily. They had come to Dow City for
the purpose of attending the wedding
!of Miss Fancheon Wiley and Dr. Bin
nall.
Mott McHenry and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. James O'Meara and Herbert Wil
son and wife were down from Denison
Wednesday to attend the funeral of
8. A. 'Dow.
The Baptist parsonage which has
been undergoing repairs as well as be
ing remodelled, is now completed and
presents a most pleasing appearance.
An Unprecedented Offer of Bargains in New
TIRES
SfBBERT-REIMERS
REMEMBER, this
Size
30x3
30x314
32X3!/2
31x4
32x4
33x4
34x4
33X4!/2
34X4I/2
36X414
35x5
37x5
.$11.50.
15.00.
17.00.
23-00.
24.00.
24.50.
25.00.
33.50.
34.50.
:33.50.
41.00.
43.55.
j»y•
COv, one of Denison'a most reli-
tble automobile firm", has seen and Qratped an opportun ty to
oive the people of Crawford county an unusual advantage in the
purchase of good
tires-GUARANTEED
tires*
entire stock of tires consists of nothing
but genuine "firsts" and guaranteed 5,000 mile service. They
are TREADWBLL tires and LASTWELL
tube#—complete
and
built for service.
LOOK AT THESE PRICES! COME AND LOOK AT THE
TIRES- THE PRICE8 HEOE QUOTED INCLUDE THE WAR
TAX—YOU DON'T HAVE TO BOTHER ABOUT IT.
WAR TAX PAID
-Rib
Non Skid
$13.15 ..
16.00
19.50
2o.00
27.00
27.50
28-50
36.00
37.50
39.50 ..
46.03 ..
49.00 ..
WE ADVISE YOU TO AVOID DELAY AS THIS SPECIAL
SALE WILL BL£ LIMITED TO TWENTY-THREE DAYS, AND
SOME OF THE SIZES ARE IN LIMITED QUANTITY.
Here is an opportunity for auto owners of
Crawford county to make advantageous pur-\
cha'es of tires for their future needs, at prices
unequaled for guaranteed tires. We area well
known and reliable Denison firm, not an un
known agency dropping in'to exploit the com
munity. We have stumbled upon this rare
chance to help cut tire expense for local au
tomobile users, and it is now up to you.
23 DAYS LEFT
GUARANTEED 5000 MILES
within 23'days
a matter of economy.
We *Kave purchased a surplus factory stock of $13,000
and are now throwing them on the market in Crawford County.
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SECTION 2—PAGE THREE
Rev. G. A, Barker and family moved
into their home last week, having oc
cupied the F. M. Cole resulenoe the
greater part of the summer.
The Woman's Home Missionary So
ciety met in regular monthly session
on Wednesday afternoon in the Ep
worth League room of the church and
a good attendance is reported. Mis»
Mildred Wiggins had charge of the
lesson, the subject of which was "Our
Hospitals." The local society has re
ceived a call for a pledge of |50 to
ward the new Bidwell Deaconess chap
el, which is to be erected to the mem-
E N I E S A A
It's no longer necessary to go into the de
tails describing the practical merits of the
Ford car—everybody knows all about "'1 he
Universal Car." How it goes and comes day
after day and year after year at an operat
ing expense so small that it's wonderful.
This advertisement is to urge prospective
buyers to "place orders without delay. Buy
a Ford car when you can get one. We'll
take good care of your order—get your Ford
to you as soon as possible—and give the best
in "after-service" wiien required. $550 f. o.
b. Detroit.
I N O N I W A
Geo. Newcom
Proprietor .....
GARAGE
DENI30N. IOWA
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Tube
$2.50
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at the prices quoted above. Better get a'set for the future—it's
The Sibbert Reimers Company
[Denison, Iowa jilfil
wortli'of tires,
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