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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 April 1918

•»-»»r ^#4 Lw ^-S 1 '•$x* 1 1512 &V S mm mi «re v. '. & f*}^P •WW f*}^P f'r' t'-r v.-'- ail \k feft ,V',«V«« "••».* f, fjP' .-r*"* -r "%k. -.*• 4,IU .3 dmmem ft A Nur* THOSE we V,J. The Morgan Drug Company 1 I PUNT NORTHERN POTATOES "What's in a name?"—EVERYTHING! wounds #».J.•.?,»'«.» V'IJ" '•VY "I •.. .• .•«*•*•«*"• Because eating potatoes are cheap just at this time, some people, ore disposed to neglect plant* ing seed potatoes. This it a mistake. Now is the time to, grow your, own-potatoes. Make a full crop throughout the country, because Cheap potatoes means lower values in all foods and you are helping doubly to reduce your living cost HJUT SELECTHD SEES FOI BEST KWLTS 1 It is a mistaken idea that any potatoes ape good enough for seed. Minnesota requires that pota toes be inspected and certified for seed purposes and for that reason we buy seed from Minnesota. Bay it of to g«t iMpMted turf CwtHM Stwfc. I IOWA SEED CO. mat b* cured but not HI "A famous name will never d...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 April 1918

Kliiiii I- V. 1 Us-' *~xh~~ & I- »V -^P^RV-" yT* "ill wounds CDBANOLA SKm WHITOia v- r/we UP nw| "A famous ,1612 Atlantic Avmrnm TOILET HECESSmES FOR COLORED WOMEN COTAHOLA QUDOXE POMADE AMD HAODRESSWG. Anjd me nine 10 Jib mid far* h» mutt. Mt. IW inrf to comb. HWr rp35wd W1 Unck of the ^T* pvV VfftT r/ v. j. V* ",: ., -'-.• PUNT NORTHERN POTATOES Because eating potatoes are cheap just at thi» time, come people, ore disposed to neglect plant lag seed potatoes. PUiT SOICTEl SEE! FOI BEST KSM.1S It is a mistaken idea that any potatoes are good enough for seed. Minnesota requires that pota toes be inspected and certified for seed purposes sad lor that zeason we buy seed from Minnesota. •qriffMtofri lnpnM ax IOWA SEED CO. Of-XII Wtkrnt St DBS MOINES. IOWA "What's in a name?""EVERYTHING! imcurmd bmt not nam*s* name will neosr rffa" "Nothing wttwrfi Kbt wcww" For over eighty years* Palmer's *1Skin Success** Ointment has made a great name for itself, as a cure for 'most forms of skin t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 May 1918

Bystander HO me gome eager .Avirw'V' «»,. c»..u«'** -.,••• HU wALi4L&w.j» Boost Pmy» and read The With The Colors By Gus Durdan, Des Moines, Iowa Son's Diary. There are times in the life of every ptiirson when the dark clouds brew and sefciax to eclipfcS' tlie j6ys of living. So in the life of an army, comes the per iods of unrest, dissention and forebod ings of ill. Everything seems to be growing worse* In the words of the boys, "The bottom is dropping out of things." Why this is, no one knows, but every one feels the sti»g of the con aitions. Everyone is more or less do spondent. The company to which I have been assigned has moved tip into barracks. Here we are surrounded on all sides by white comrades in arms. Of these, come from the far ntfrthwest, from the east, and too many from the very bowels of the south. These latter bring with them all the pent up hatred of their grandsires. At the least provocation, this is belcked forth to the discomfort t)f the black soldiers. Ever...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 May 1918

1* Boost Pay and read The 1 f\k*yrt,+&frr<?'-'Vl ma* *"1fT Bystander •#. XXIV No. 45 With The Colors By Gas Durdan, Des Moines, Iowa Son's Diary. There are times in the life of every Tiorson when the dark clouds brew ami seem to rcli|ir t^e jdys Of Iirin^ 8( in the life of an army, comes the per iods of unrest, dissention and forebod ings of ill. Everything seems to bo growing worse: In the words of the hoys, "The bottom is dropping out of things*1' Why this is, no one knows, but every one feels the stiag of the con ditions. By pry one is more or less de spondent. The company to which I have been assigned has moved tip into barracks. Here we arc surrounded on all sides by white comrades in arms. Of these, some come from the far ndrthweat, some from the east, and too many from the very bowels Qf the south. These latter bring with them all the pent up hatred of their grandsires. At the least provocation, this is belched forth to the discomfort -of the black soldiers. Every occa...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 May 1918

P'l •••'•3 |$§ .s 5 \i ip, $ is. 'T s* a 1 fST ill gpl ji I* 1$/ life fc'' pi Maffa «r THE BYSTANDER |TITANDflirUBU8HBK2 CO-,PTJBLISHK*ff DBS *«KM, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR "FRIDAY, MAY 3. 1918 pnbiiahad n«T Friday kj tta *J rtudir PridiaUsf Owpy« Mofaaa, Iowa. OOe* to CfeiariMl hoDdtac, torntr S*rmntk TERMS Or Om j«r fatvad at Uw '(•4 dsn mttw Sand money by poatoAe* a*4ae» «ST«S«» or •««. bystander Company. AD •ubKriptfaM payaWt We are prepared to do first cla*» job work at reasonable prices. AB of oar wo** ie guaranteed. O W a This notice applies to all writers contributors, apentg and correspond ents. Sisrn all articles, write onl* unon one side of paper, write a plair hand ami spell accurately. Do noi send in names of persons at partial event. Do not give an euloj.-y o» write yovr personal comment upor classes, all societies, all r*»iigiou* de the event. Simply tell the news ot •v»»nt in a hrief, simple manner anr* Jet the readers of The Bystander comment. Write the news of...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 May 1918

Wa ft? CITY LOCALS For Sale—Seven room house on Six teanth street, near school. Reasonable terms. Address 1026 W. Sixteenth street, city. For Sale or Exchange for a smaller property, a seven room house on Six teenth street, near school. Reasonable terns. Address 1026 W. Sixteenth street, city. ?-V WANTED. We want a good collector, a lady pre ferred, to do general collecting in Des Moines. Liberal wages will be paid. Call in person between 5 and 6 'cloek p. m. at the Bystander Office, 201 W. 7th Street. ST. PAtJI. A. K. E. CHURCH. Rev. Win. Thomas, Cameron, Mo., preaehed at the morning service. The pastor, Rev. Birt, at the evening service. Mrs. Penny, Montgomery, Ala, united with St. Paul. '$• ~\"i All the churfihes of eolor of the city were largely represented at the Com petitive Bally held at the Auditorium Sunday afternoon. The Rev. Dr. H. R. Wilson of Waco, Tex., who was the speaker of the occasion, held the vast congregation spellbound for a few min utes. The large ch'orus, und...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 May 1918

HER SKWWAS ONCE A'S DARK AS YOURS & a kf UsteK Dr. fUED PALIIEll'S SKIN WWTEIER, H*r SHi Mew Filf ItfttMttftM Dr. Fred Palmer's Skin Whltener has proved that pimple* and blemishes can be easily removed, and that dark or brown akin can be made shades lighter* MUf Bsaii M. Terry, of Doyle, Ga. writes—"I hate to do without DR. FRED PALMER'S SKIN WHITEN ERasingle minute. It does my skin so much good. Since using it, my ski* is soft and smooth as velvet." We receive many letters like this daily from people who are trusting to DR. FRED PALMER'S SKIN WHITENER to beautify their com plexion. EffL'FRED PALMER'S SKIN WUITENER SOAP will keep your skis white, soft and beautiful. The price has sot advanced It la 25c «ac$. At your druggist's, or sent of tne price. direct opott receipt MmbiMwwI by JACOBS' PHARMACY CO. ATLANTA JB—AGENTS AGENTS—The COL ORED MAN IS NO BLACKER. A beautiful patriotic picture in colors •hawing the negro troops ready for thefront. It's* picture that will stir the ptlr...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 3 May 1918

"w v'l am mm HER SKMWAS ONCE ft DARK AS YOURS i\W -rV 1 MTRIMC FJUMII *. na iWlTEiHl, tor tti« to ttr ma US M* 1 r«- frVW. Or. fnd f^W Skie WIiIimw blwakhM CM be eaSdjr reiw«W 6A or feroya jadUl ffiM iHf «"4« MinlNiM. Terff, «4 Doyle, ft. wfttes—"I hate to do without DR. VHBO WMJMXM* SKIN WHITEN Eli a single minute, It doe* my skin «o much food. Sinoeusing it, my «ki« li soft and MKWtb as velvet, Wf cecety# many kiteai like this ffUrMSftZ£&£ti"$i3l wmremm to beautify their com jj*ldoa. OIL{PRED PALMER'S SKIN WHITENER SOAP will keep your skia while# soft and beautiluL tit orice has sot advanced It 1» 25c**cfc. At your druigi»t't, or seat dtafttt receipt of the price. MmihUiH4bf -'1 JACOBS' PHARMACY CO. ATLANTA AGENTS—-Tie C01 ORJKO MAN iS KO MjMCKSR. A twamtifui patrktiejJictUfeiUalor» iibo«&QS the aeeroUxw* tvoAyfortiiefront. It's* pivtmr* tbut trill »tir the p»tffcrtie Jbeart cf «werr MegTO. WttioM wifl tie Mdd. fiuufhs 10c. Aeeuta n»k nwt of money. EwryswsFoi'St buy. P«ojA...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 May 1918

Boost Ply ItolBid* t3«1W IwpiJ tf Wiifl V* '•».' it 1 and read The Bystander With The Colors By Gas Durdan, Des Moines, Iowa Son's Diary, ~:.^-'f-.. SON'S DIARY. Can a man be a Christian and be a good soldier? This question has puz zled many men and will continue to puzzle many more, so long as men are called Christians in so far as they live up to the creeds of the existing churches. If only those are to be called Christians, I aw convinced that there is no place in the army for Christianity but if a Christian is a man whose ac tions are instinct with humility, un selfishness, love and self sacrificing, only the Christian can develop^ into a good soldier. No longer is the good soldier the one who drills tlie best, bullies the men around, and whose only claim to leader ship is his vocabulary of "juss" words. Equally so has the time of the Chris tian, wlio knows himself to be a Chris tian because he has lived up to the doc trine of his church, passed. Just as the wty has broken down ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 May 1918

.1/ $? f* »r lif iJfSfl lis ^trCapftol Bid* ItlstV u^V ifei^Vkf*? il£&Vuk Boost Ply and read The Bystander I XXIV No. 46 With The Colors Just as the ws^r has broken down many of the conventions of society, so •will it break down many of the church rituals and ceremonies. In the army there can be no serving of God after the old theory, The whole system of military training tends to break down the existing theories of religion. In a crowded tent, suraounded by so many disinterested men, how can a man as sert his religion according to the old theories?. The religion of the soldier must be practical. It must consist of more than the repetition of morning prayers, communion, and sermons. The soldiers must be assured of something more than going to heaven when they die. Do not so misunderstand me as to think that the soldiers are near the quick sands of infidelity. They are far above these. Their feet are firmly planted upon the solid rocks of. love and service. There are no persons i...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 May 1918

IS |?r 1 HWWWM "I'M uww»w*pi THE BYSTANDER MBMOMH, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, MAY 10 1918 Published etwy Friday fcf bwii OSat in TERMS or or dafti ta Hm ptf^b is Advertising rate* for display cents per inch, for tin* t» nx months' contracts, IS per inch. Local adweitisliig 10 eeda per line for exb insertion, eoaiitfig mwb words to a fine, and eeeret societies when is Aefii'ili one-half of tLe abov. ^meataoned rates. For pro fessional, legal and announcement cards, yearly contracts, etc-, terns are given on application. All ad vertising is to be paid in advance. We are prepared to dc first clas* Job sroxfc at reasonable prv*» AO of ear is guaranteed. OAri.i «f the M. W. U. Grand V"j»* sf Iowa, A. F. A A. e®d dunsstlaud Grand Clinton Maeen, Ho. Neb. Otlnmwa Mofcetiy, 1 Gilwlwiy, DL Quincy, III Congress Heroines of Jericho of America, and Western Baptist Association. We will not return rejected mann seript, unless accompanied by P®** age stamps. Communications most be writte...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 May 1918

CITY LOCALS For Sale—Seven room house on Six enth street, near school. Reasonable nns. Address 1026 W. Sixteenth treet, city. *, For Sale or Exchange for a smaller roperty, a seven room house on Six enth street, near school. Seasonable rms. Address 1026 W. Sixteenth reet, city. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—One ix-room house, electricity, gas and ater, one block irom .Clark street ar corner lot. Price, $2,250.00. Will ke one-third in trade of real estate a good auto. Terms for balance. 320 Ascension street, or phone Drake 808 J. The Asbury Church will hold their egular Sunday services at North. Star asonic lodge hall. Mr. E. T. Banks has been quite sick, ut is much better and able to be out gain. We received word that Mrs. Mary inley of Minnesota, who formerly ved here, .is very sick. Miss Bush of Knoxville is stopping this-city indefinitely at the home of r. and Mrs. Sheats, 1503 Capitol Ave. The Home Makers League will meet uesday, May 14th, at the home of Mrs. hornton Adams', 922 23rd St....

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 10 May 1918

.v- 1 But today your dollfr buy* 400% more telephone eerv« loe than ten year* ago. CUBAINULA The great HAIR M8r..-V f§y"'V- Acents Wanted L--Sv*\ S't/Vk V' EMMM -.1 1tX'i IMMMWtWl What Yoir Dollar B«agkt 10 Yaart Ago— aad What it Biya Haw The cost of most of th® necessities of life* Including m^tiriiii« used in giving telephone service, has been going up for some time. .. The price of the principal items used in telephone re pairs and extensions has gone up about 75 per cent dur ing the last two years. And today your dollar buys 40% lese of all living com modities than ten years ago. IOWA TELEPHONE COMPANY Save Food Bar War Sarin** St««a»a aad Lik«rtr Bond* r»i id A Wni A Will Bring A Wealth Of hair to your HEAq fc CUBANOLA "BLUE BONNETS"—Jl *W& A box will convert Nappy* Hair live growing Wealth of Long Straight Beau tiful HAIR." Try a box and be convinced. 25c at all good drug •tores or .tend 25c in stamps. MEDICINE CO., ATLANTA,* GA. Nm* Fabric t*Uh Nob Fsahttt*. Bin* BouMt* B...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 May 1918

fiUito Boost Pay and read The Bystander CapHol With The Colors By Gas Durdan, Des Moines, Iowa Son's Diary* There are in Newport News a certain class of people who when the word Stevedore is mentioned, open their mouths in astonishment and, when at length they speak, exhaust the dietion arv in trying to condemn the unfortun ate soldiers at Camp Hill. The resi dents seem to, possess the opinion that those of their ow$ social set are far above the social status of all the boys at Camp Hill. Sonje of these same crit ics arc but of a number of others who need just unlock their family closets, and therein will be found any number of skeletons: The other night, a friend of mine and myself were invited to a full dress evening dance. There are, in camp, two young men of good families, well edu cated, and perfect gentlemen. My friend and I took it upon ourselves to invite these young men to the affair. We may have done wrong in doing this, but certainly this was not so frievously wrong as to...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 May 1918

J#* and THE BYSTANDER im«mffmaaiiGoo.,n)BUiBW nSIKM)tal,IOVA JOHM L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FftlDAY, MAY 17. 1918 hMfalad «w| Friday If If- Iowa. OSes is TBBH8 «r Oae yit* -i—— -fUi .71 •t Utt Afi mbwxipttoM payable in «4 EDITORIALS HEAD OF U. B. F. HEBE. pfiTlie grjod Master, I*r. C. J. William*, fr ot the Cham. United Brothers of Friendship, %#•made Ms official visit to oar local lodge, the Wilson Lodge, last -week, spending three days here. He was the guest of Wilson on Arthur street. Hejhad three strenuous days and nights, every 0ua«t« of Ids valuable time being taken up in work and re^itionn. The first day he, in company with Hon. Geo. H. Woodson, visited the State Capitol and attended to the business at the insur anee department. Friday afternoon met the ladies and at night the broth ers bdd a wonderftil meeting. Satur day John L. Thompson drove him with Mr*. L»w out to Camp Dodge to meet Capt. Love and other friends. At night a ge»era| wept ion was given, at ihich time be organized...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 May 1918

CITY LOCALS For ^ale—Seven rooqi house on Six teenth street, near school. Reasonable terms. Address 1026 W. Sixteenth street, city. For Sale or Exchange for a smaller property, a seven room house on'Six teenth street near school. Reasonable terms. Address 1026 W. Sixteenth street, city. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—One six-room Sunday school met at the usual hour, jiupt. Woods reviewed the lesson. The K. S. Bazaar was held at the rifik Tues |ay evening. It was a fine affair. Class Jo. 5, taught by Mrs. Morris, had the lanner booth. It is hopgd that the ba laar idea will become an annual affair ^itli the Sunday school. The C. E. L. was led by the S. S. ommittee, Bros. J. L. Edwards and C. Woods in charge. The discussions k're to the point. The enlisted men pnt much enthusiasm to the program, this Sunday subject, "Education the Doorway to Service." Press commit ee, Mrs. Birt, chairman. Dr. Wm. H. Lowry, a leading educator, formerly of Institute W. Va., practicing dentist and rustee of St. Pau...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 17 May 1918

•4r fa* hv "Ly J5*?. J*, MAOON, MISSOURI. Tlie baccalaureate sermon to the pu pils of Dumas school was delivered Sunday evening at the M. E. church by Rev. A. B. Pox, the graduates being Miss Idella Johnsoiyand Tommy Hub bard. The closing of school exercises will "be Thursday evening at the Vine Stand Broadway Baptist church. Miss Edith Harris returned Sunday last from Springfield, 111., where she has been attending school. pother's Day exercises were con ducted Sunday morning at 11 o'clock ^at the Vine Stand Broadway church. 'The program consisted of recitations "and a song by the little folks, followed @$~J"*by" readings and solos by other mem £*^r bcrs of the church. iA". The patriotic program wnich was ren dered by the third year preparatory of 'western College was very successful. Mr. and Mrs. Clift McElroy and Miss Alma McElroy attended the funeral of -Mrs. Earl Baxtor of Shelbina, Mo. Miss Bervada Pickett has returned from her homo in Shelbina, where she was called to the bed...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 May 1918

vI A W A»Xf .. JSm§ •-is**#!"- 4 Boost Pay and read The Bystander 'o t* s- XXIV No. 48 KINO FOB SUPERVISOR. Mr. Geo. M. King, whose cut is above, is a candidate for member of the Board of Supervisor of Pes Moines township (West Des Moines). Mr. King is a Des Moines boy, born in this city 50 years ago, and was educated here. He is a civil engineer and a contractor, was a member of the city eouncil from 1902 to 1904, also was city engineer for four years, which experience has well fitted him for a member of the board. He is without doubt a true friend of the Col ored people, an active Republican work er, and solicits your vote at the pri maries. iWOTE FOR BERG FOR SHERIFF. The above cut is that of Fred Berg, the present bailiff of the Municipal Court, who is a candidate for Sheriff of Polk County, subject to the Republican primaries. Fred has made a good Mu nicipal bailiff, and his friends say beat the Two Johns by voting for Fred Berg. He is a Polk county boy and active Republican wo...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 May 1918

there I THE BYSTANDER mmp— fPiuaraw co. rrornmw DCS MOINES, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY. HAY 24 Cntcred at the 1018 JSP# Pa Wished «v«ry Friday bf By itankr PoUidusf Ceaapany, Dm Yoinea, Iom. Oi« In Ctajtel hoildisf, conwr Siwtk a4 Mw bttif rtrnto. Pho—. TERMS OF SUBBCMFHOH. Om year fl m§ Mix PSiaad daas oattir. All BbKriptM ]7M EDITORIALS WOMEN'8 FEDERATION. pi}' K«it week ©or Capital City will itoaae many of the leading Colored Club women of Iowa, f©T they will be here to attead tbe 17tb annual semioj of the Iowa State ?wWritioi of Col ored Women's Oofas. WMie we wn« times think that there are too many womra 'i elabc aad seriously consider tbe adrinbilitj of diseooraging tbe or ganizing of more new tlubi. We do really think that ia some eosassoaities are too maay clubs, but after all, if they teaeh work and follow their motto, which is Sowing Seeds of Ktjadnee," "Life as We Climb," then there get is real needs of tbe eiubs. If some worthy object, some intelleetnal advance...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 24 May 1918

CITY LOCALS Mr. Elmo Hanger of Granttown, W. 'a. is here visiting his brother, Mr. L. Hanger, at 1716 E. Maple St. The T7. B. F. Lodge and the 8. M. T. ill meet in a joint meeting Monday evening, May 27. All rged to be present. Mrs. Love of Kansas members are Miss Hazel Buckner on Buchanan St., who has been ill for two weeks, is uch improved at this writing. City, er of Capt. Love, spent several days vis iting her son. Sunday she visited the cantonment, leaving Tuesday morning for home. Mrs. Emerald Mash left last Satur day morning for Chicago to visit her sister, Mrs. Garnet McGee, who is a graduate nurse from Providence Hos pital in that city. The meeting of the Home Makers League will be postponed until a week from Tuesday, June 4th, by order of the president, Mrs. Manning. The place of meeting will be announced later. Announcement of the marriage of Miss Queenie Collier to Mr. Carl Brown of Marshalltown, Iowa, Monday, May 13. Mr. Brown is well known in Iowa and the Bystander wis...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
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