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IN A LINE OR TWO
- Mrs. Joe Nelson called Tuesday morning on Mrs. Gussie Cody, who is quite
- Harold Bogner is carrying his arm in a sling the result of hurting it while pitching hay.
- Mrs. Edd Peterson of Glenwood, Minn, visited Monday with her sister, Mrs. Hanna Overstrom.
- Mrs. Hanna Overstrom and Mrs. Edna Overstrom attended the Olson reunion at Saunders Grove, Mt. Pleasant, today.
- E.E. Tallman has bought the Schillerstrom 40 acres just south of the school house and will move as soon as he can get possession. The Switzer family have it leased until next March.
- Miss Arminta Rose and brother Seth of Marion County spent the week end at
the Thos. Litton home.
- Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Litton and daughter spent Sunday at the Mary Church home. Ray Church and family of Bonaparte were callers in the afternoon.
- Mr. and Mrs. Bunker and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Miller and daughter of near Salem spent Sunday at the home of their aunt, Mrs. E.B. Litton.
- The funeral of Mrs. Frank Hammons, who passed away at her home Friday morning was conducted by Guy Hunting at the Hickory Church Sunday morning. The body was laid to rest in the cemetery near by.
- Misses Amy and Mary Barton were Saturday evening callers at the Jefferson County Hospital to visit Irene Hudson who is a patient there.
- Mrs. Hattie Hollingworth, who has been staying at the Ed. Brokken home since the death of her sister, returned to her home Saturday, bringing her little niece Katherin with her.
- The Pleasant Hill School began Monday with Madelon Church as teacher.
- George Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Metcalf, Thos. Litton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kessel of Fairfield, Miss Arminta and Seth Rose of Marion County were entertained at the Frank Smith home Sunday.
- Mr. and Mrs. James Smith have returned from a visit at Melrose, Iowa, with
Mrs. Smith's parents.
- Mrs. Howard Swailes and baby Shirley Ann are visiting at the parental Zihlman home before going to their new home at Osceola, Iowa, where Howard is employed as signal maintainer.
- Mrs. Sophia Trabert is visiting at the home of her son Lawrence Trabert and
family at Donnelson.
- Rev. H.E. Butler of Fairfield conducted services at the New Sweden Methodist Church last Sunday evening.
Friends of Verne Ridgeway are congratulating him upon his
marriage to Edith Marie Schoultz, the ceremony taking place last Friday,
They expect to make their home in Fairfield where the groom is working at the Louden plant.
GOODALE CAR WRECKED
Mrs. H.F. Goodale was in an auto accident Monday while
driving from Iowa City to Lockridge. She had gone there to spend Sunday and was
driving a light Ford truck.
A traveling man, driving a Chevrolet, and Mrs. Goodale collided at a cross roads, and in addition to demolishing the Ford, Mrs. Goodale was quite badly shaken up and bruised to the extent that she required medical attention.
GARAGE CHANGES HANDS
Clark & Norton have disposed of their interests in the
garage business and J.N. Fink and A.F. Johnson have formed partnership and will
operate the business in the big building which is owned by Johnson.
Mr. Fink has been employed in Fairfield in the past, and is a competent mechanic. He has a wife and baby, and intends to make his home in Lockridge.
Clark & Norton are moving their furniture and other equipment across the street to the "tin" shed, where they will conduct a furniture store and undertaking business, in addition to acting as selling agents for the Chevrolet car.
The October term of district court will convene Monday,
October 1, with Judge Wells of Chariton presiding. The following petit jurors
have been drawn and will report on October 8:
A.F. Arnold, Lockridge; C.A. Allard, Fairfield; Edna M. Banes, Fairfield; Clarence Cummings, Fairfield; Mrs. Carl Carlson, Center township, C.C. Coe, prairie township; Ira E. Davis, Packwood; A.E. Dickey, Blackhawk township; Fred Eggenberger, Lockridge; Elaine Emry, Blackhawk township.
Rev. Eshelman, Lockridge; Rev. Gall, Round Prairie township, L.F. Hildebrand, Lockridge; Clara Lenore Huglin, Fairfield, Albert Hook, Penn township; C.W. Hintz, Packwood; Nellie B. Hunt, Fairfield; Seth Hoskins, Penn township; C.E. Jones, Penn township; Oral Killion, Center township.
Fred Kann, Fairfield; C.A. Longerbone, Abingdon; J.E. Long, Des Moines township; Elmer R. Larson, Buchanan township; Vincent Mineart, Penn township; Harold McNeil, Batavia; Frank Nelson, Lockridge; Vincent Pfieffer, Penn township; Herbert Pollock, Des Moines township; Charles Peters, Brokville.
Clarence Peterson, Walnut township; H.W. Rupp, Lockridge; Charles Stalts, Center township; O.C. Spalding, Penn township; Henry Stortz, Center township; Ira Saunders, Walnut township; Henry Wolfe, Walnut township; Roy Whitham, Center township; John Whitmore, Battavia.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE
State of Iowa, Jefferson County - SS. Notice is hereby given,
That on the 24th day of September, A.D., 1928, at 11 o'clock a.m., at the front door of the Court House, at Fairfield, Iowa, and county aforesaid, will be sold at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described real property, levied upon and taken by virtue of a Special Execution issued from the office of the Clerk of the District Court, within and for the County of Jefferson, State of Iowa, in favor of J.E. Hull, and against the property of Mary J. Damm, et al.
To-wit: 36 3/4 acres or less off of the South part of the East half of the Northeast Quarter of Section No. Thirty-one (31), in Township No. Seventy-two (72), North of Range No. Eight (8) West, and bounded on the North by the line of the right of way of the C.B. & Q.R.R. Co.
Or as much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said writ and all accruing costs.
CHAS. G. BUTCHER,
Sheriff of Jefferson County, Iowa.
Dated at the Sheriff's Office Fairfield, Iowa, August 27, 1928.
Gilles & Daugherty,
Submitted by C.J.L, Jan 2006
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