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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 21 June 1918

Of- Ft M«a 1511 jr •J. A HOW TO KKBP WELL. 1 J. Alvin Jefferson, M. D. Usually too mueh emphasis is placed 4 npon the starting and stopping points of life, that is the birth and death Wf periods. "More attention should be paid jjppS to the life itself, the journey from the cradle to the grave. For many centuries health' was c* ^vv sidered as a gift from the gods—a gift Which was beyond the control of m*n Since man awoke from darkness to light he has found that health and dis ease depend largely upon his mode of life. Modern medical science teaches as that health is the harmonious 'and painless co-operation of all the organs sad parts of the body. It is governed by natural lairs as truly as the water that Sows dowp hill. Onr bodies are living machines more delicately constructed and adjusted •than ^nyjother machine in existence. The quality of work accomplished by 'all powerfully built machines depend^ 5%^*° a great extent upon the intelligence and skill of the engineer. This is r^tm...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 June 1918

It 5 Boost Pay and read The Bystander Si K* .. JIW *S" Tjr-raplc! »,* XXV No. 1 The above cut is that of Rev. H. A. Perry and his brother, Bev. J. B. Perry, pastor of the A. M. E. Church at West Point, Ga., who are conducting a great revival at Bethel A. M. E. Church, 16th and Filmore streets. Crowds from all parts of the city throng the church and all around it every night to hear Bev. J. B. Perry, who is one of the greatest revivalists ever seen in this part of the middle west. IDS PASSING OF THE FOURTH OFFICERS TRAINING CAMP. By G. Millard Durdcn. And even the best of friends must part." So .said a .member of tlje :'V Fourth Officers Training Camp, which was lately moved to another section of the .country, as he grasped my out -x- atretched.-hand. Truly the men have become friends of mine. Friends whose memory I will .ever cherish. NeVer have I enjoyed the association of young men more than I have theirs. Gentlemen always, they were. I have been with them at work, I have been wit...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 June 1918

I $ j» -i I TK*i BYSTANDER •«l"juBm* nmusHWO co-. •1p 1 pubushkju DCS MOINKS, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR ~-~1?WDAY, JUNE 28 1918 pgbHibad every Friday by tba By •taflder HfofaiM, Iowa. Offlea to Ch«rf»J boilding, coraw S«v«nth jiind llnl brry streets. Phone, w*- TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. On. ywr -T—"5 MX BMBtiUI 2 •onths MM ppnuw 1 Bntered at the postofflco •*c" «ad dui mattsr. AU subscriptions payabla to two. ___——— S«d mow by Po*"®? "Jr money order, «*pre«s or draft, to Tna Bygtauder Company. Advertising ratea for dispiayaas, 16 cents per inch, for each Jmmwm. Three to month* eontract^M cents per inch. Local 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting' seven words a line. For churches and easret sodeties where admissi Is *aaged, one-half of the abov»-me«tioned rates. For pro­ fessional, legal and announcement eards, yearly contracts, etc., *®rB" are gHen on application. All ad vertising is to be paid in advance. We are prepared to do first da** Job work at reasonable pric**- AD...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 June 1918

I 5 Its. CITY LOCALS We wish that every subscriber in the |ity would make a strong effort to pay The collector part if not all of their de linquent subscriptions as we need the noney. When in our city stop at the Des -ioines Hotel, 121 W. 4th St., for good looms, Ever first class meals. Everything lew, clean and neat. Don't forget the fclac'e, 121 4th St., or phone Walnut 1618. ST. PAUL CHURCH NOTES. I The Mite Missionary Convention of •he Chicago Conference met June 26-28 Iritb St. Paul A. M. E. Church, presided by the president, Mrs. Lida Stew |rt B. S., of Evingston. About 38 dele gates were present. A reception was tendered The members of Bethel and of the A. f. E. Z. church played a big part in en ertaining the missionary conference at kt. Paul on Wednesday. Don't forget to go to Bethel Park In July 4th, where hundreds go every tear, where people really enjoy them elves. The mayor is expected to speak. fcOBINTHlAN BAPTIST CHURCH MOTES. Truly the Lord is with pastor, offi |ers a...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 June 1918

%mr & 5 IBi j&is:** iw*"* VI MONMOUTH, ILL. Mr. Henry Moore of Detroit, Mich., is here visiting his Bister, Mrs. Laura Maupin, and to see his son, Leonard, who left Tuesday to enlist in the navy cervices at fit. Louis. Mrs. Joe Holden and children of Monroe City, Mo., visited here with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Nora Pitts. Little Jesse King of Kansas City re tamed home after spending several days here with his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Westly Young. Word has been received here that some of our boys, Sam Skinner, Ivan Johnson, Charles Mitchell and James Turner, are safely in France. Mrs. Mattie Baker is home again 'from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The Sabbath school of the St. James A. M. E. church will give a social Fri day: evening at the church. Mrs. Anna Knights was in Galesburg on Sabbath. Mrs. John Weathers and children of Newton, Iowa, are visiting here with ker mother, Mrs. Fannie Renfoe. Mrs. John Taylor of Monroe City, lfo.» visited here with her cousuin, Miss Hattie Collin...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 28 June 1918

f*T« *3, tit. L- ft m-'K~ te$-v gfo m' »$ Vh. Jf sg, *r? 0f7 m* Wi P-f MP ,1.7 *4r*-» &* "1^ f,.-! t4 At •y a sr. &S.} I £pB. Iffl v-vv p&iaee, Wi *htv* pC* w? :w The Sabbath, school of the St. James A. M. E. church will give a social Fri day evening at the church. Mrs. Anna Knights was in Galesburg •n Sabbath. irfirs. John Weathers and children of Newton, Iowa, are visiting hero with her mother, MrB. Fannie Renfoe. Mrs. John Taylor of Monroe City, Mo., visited here with her cousuin, Miss Hattie Collins. Mr. Joe Cesey of Chicago was here Saturday to see his cousin, Mr. Emmet Birdett. Mrs. Eliza Mitchell of St. Louis, Mo., Is here for a few days' visit. Mrs. Ethel Hubbard Vaughn of ^Springfield, 111., is here to see her par ents and brother, Wm. Hubbard, who is quite aick. Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Clarke and chil dren of Galesburg' are spending a few todays here with Wm. Little and family, .k^s Miss Ardella Phillips of St. Louis, 1 'Mo., arrived Sabbath to visit her sister, Mrs...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 July 1918

Boost P«y «nd read Ttio Bystander «•••. £r w. XXV No. 2 Boy Letters from "Over There" Below we are publishing some let ters from First Sgt. E. D. Love, who was formerly stationed at Camp Dodge, Iowa, to Mrs. Jas. Banister and Miss Bessie Ewing, who mothered him while here. These two ladies deserve great credit for what they have done for this young man, as will be evidenced by his letters to them. While many people had different reasons for entertaining many of the young men stationed at Gamp Dodge, yet these two mothers took this young man into their home and'made it a real home for him, and his letters show how much he appre ciated their effort. They both have tried to ''Do Their Bit'' in giving this young man a clean, wholesome home in which he could spend the few hours that were not taken up at Camp Dodge. Sat. A. M., 6:30 o'clock, May 30. My Dearest Mothers: Just a little "farewell" not- to say good-bye again, and to add my very sincere regrets that I was unable to see you agai...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 July 1918

iM. $ WW 1^1"^ Boosl Pay1" and read Th® Bystander -V IA l&V |&?,V \ix- JL XXV No. 2 and'made State C*pltol BIdg HtstM Letters from Boy Below we are publishing some let ters from First Sgt. £. D. Love, who was formerly stationed at Camp Dodge, Iowa, to Mrs. Jas. Banister and Miss Bessie Ewing, who mothered him while here. These two ladies deserve great credit for what they have done for this young mam, as will be evidenced by his letters to them. While many people had different reasons for entertaining many of the young men stationed at Gamp Dodge, yet these two mothers took this young man into their home it a teal home for him, and his letters show how much he appre ciated their effort. They both have tried to "Do Their Bit" in giving this young man a clean, wholesome home in which he could spend the few hours that were not taken up at Camp Dodge. Sat. A, M., 6:30 o'clock, May 30. My Dearest Mothers: Just a little farewell'' not- to say good-bye again, and to add my very sin...

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

tfl '$10 ti* T/TTr—-• BYSTANDER A.- .• •tl Ac fig ^D*M PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS DBS MOIN»S, IOWA JOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR I l#T^™DAY' juyl 6t 1918 Published every Friday bj tke By •tender Publishing Company, DM Moines, Iowa. Offloe in Chemical building* corner 8tvnth and Mul berry streets. Rww, alamt W. OF SUBSCRIPTION. OM YEAR FL-W RH MANTHA -J* NTBA JO Entered at tha poatoAea aa aad elass matter. All subscriptions payable In va&ee. Band money by poetoiBca ndirn money order, express or draft, to Xia Bystander Company. Advertising rataa for dlaplay ads, tS centc par Inch, for each luaaiUon. Three ta aix months' contracts, 10 ctnta par inch. Local advertising 10 cents par line for each insertion, counting seven words to a line. 1V*r churche and -mat societiea where admissln ia imgtd, one-half of t2«e abov.*-me«tioned rates. For pro fessional, legal and announcement cards, yearly contract*, etc., tenna are gtrsn on application. All ad y«tojsing is to be p*id in advance. We are p...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 July 1918

i, Hfe T'TTT« BYSTANDER 'I,, i'lWlit I I •tl PUBLISHtHQ CO., PUBLISHER* DBS MODUS, IOWA ,. JOHN Lb THOMPSON, EDITOR y, vJf FRIDAY, JUYL 5. 1918 Published «my Friday by tke By stnnder Publishing Company, DM Moines, Iowa. OfiM in Chemical .. building, coram Seventh sad Mul berry streets. Phone, riwt 999. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DM jmr F1*®® MH Mentha .71 itfcs Catered at the end class matter. All lubscriptioaa payable in ad vance. Bend money by poetofllce order, Money order, express or draft, to The Bystander Company. ^Advertising rate* for display ada, SB1 cents per inch, far each Ins si Hon. Three te six months' contracts, 10 e4nta par Inch. Local advertising 10 cents per line for each insertion, counting seven words to a line. For church** and «tore« societiea where admissi is dkaiged, one-half of tSie abov.*-me»lioned rates. For pro fessional, legal and announcement cards, yearly contracts, etc., terms are ftrnu on application. All ad j^rtl»ins is to be p*id in advarce, We ire prep...

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

CITY LOCALS We wish that_every subscriber in, the city would make a strong effort to pay the collector part if not all. of their de linquent subscriptions as we need the money. When in our city stop at the Des Moines Hotel, 121 W. 4th St., for good rooms, first class meals. Everything w, clean and neat. Don't forget the place, 121 4th St., or phone Walnut 36i8. v." Mrs. Jennie Couch of 1351 Fremont is visiting her siftter in Kansas City. Mrs. Wade H. McCree, who has been ill, is better. The city board has called many of our boys to form the quota of Polk county to go to Camp Dodge July 16th. Miss Harriett Alexander has been ap pointed head of the Junior Bed Cross •work at Franklin play grounds. Mrs. Maude Knight of Perry, Iowa, •was in the city this week attending to business. For neatly furnished rooms, strangers and soldiers' wives look me over. Mrs. S. Cooper, 1312 Center St. It is denitely known that the entire 366th Infantry, stationed at Camp Dodge, have all reached the other ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 July 1918

CITY LOCALS We wish that every subscriber in, the city would make a strong effort to the collector part if not all of their de- inquent noney. Mrs. Jennie Couch of 1351 Fremont is [visiting her sifcter in Kansas City. Mrs. Wade H. McCree, who has been [jl], is better. The city board has called many ol' lour boys to form the quota of Polk •county to go to Camp Dodge July 16th. Miss Harriett Alexander lias been ap pointed head of the Junior 1 Cross rork at Franklin play grounds. Mrs. Maude Knight of Perry, Iowa, Iwas in the city this week attending to {business. For neatly furnished rooms, strangers land soldiers' wives look me over. Mrs. |S. Cooper, 1312 Center St. It is denitely known that the entire 366th Infantry, stationed at Camp )odge, have all reached the other side Isafely. Mrs. I. N. Daniels of Evingston, 111., •delegate to the Mite Missionary Con Ivention, was the guest of Mrs. R. N. lyde last week. The members of the M. C. T. Club vith their husbands and friends en boy ed ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 July 1918

VT^ Mr. IrV, r*. j. SPIiNGTEX tstfce wuUtwcar mn Uric wttck Mfiw and take" ww Bwr«acA( of cb« preserve the shape of 3* dwpitf long ww "Remember to Boy It— Yertt P«f« Ym Hm it (V? At j—r /W*r VtKA OB1TM CO, fefcars |lil|M||tll|iIWiWliM»WW Xa «t» Grant #f St. Pud, tewrijr of this city, spent ike week is the city, ntaraug to 8t Paul 8ttnr day. Mr. ttl Mm W. WflUuu eater faiwl at dinner Friday evening, Jmw 2S, Km, Btta Great of 8t. Paal aad Mm i. tL Shores, Mr. C. B. W»tkia«, Wmvhipfal Mas ter of Dtocatar Ledge No. 14, A. F. A A. M-, aad Mr. M. Askew, geaior Grand WsrdM of the Iowa Masonic Grand Ledg* wfH depart Monday, July 8, for CivM^'nafli, Iowa, to attead the aa- gdward Askew has been in bjr the doctor that be must* go Sv-'awaJ for fcia health. Mr. Askew will *,i Ampewtao&n for Idlewild, Mich., a ma p. aur rmori. While there he will build a 'MS eottajpe oae of his lota that he pur chased several years ago. Mr. Askew f»ihas resided ia Bioua City 22 years. He it ewas a lovely hom...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 5 July 1918

& 1 p/. i. 1 ». ... •. ,» -',• "iV-T•. M\sV* Sh TP SPRINOTEX is the underwear with million little springs in Its Uric which "give and take" with every movement of the bodyf,|pd preserve the shape of lb garment despite long weai® and hard washings. lib the year-around u» derwev, light,! Z2ui»— or btsvjr welgltt, MyduukkS-fe Remember to Buy It— 'l| P«r|M Yea Have It Ob' Jv Jktk I^nt Aii/ff irifu KMTTIM CO, Makaro Braeftnar, Mi* Yarti SX&UX CITY. IOWA. Mrs. Btta Grant of St. Paul, Minn., fenaerly of this city, spent the week in the city, returning to St. Paul Satur day. jS:! Mr^*aad' Mrs. W. Williams enter tained at dinner Friday evening, June 28, Mrs. Btta Grant of St. Paul and lfra. J. p. Shores. Mr. 0. B. Watkins, Worshipful Mas ter efDeeatur Lodge No. 14, A. P. ft A. M., and Mr. M. Askew, Senior Grand Wardea of the Iowa Masonic Grand Lodge* will depart Monday, July 8, for Couacil'Bluffa, Iowa, to attend the an nual session. Mr. Edward Askew has been in formed by the doctor ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 July 1918

&' BnM PsyteSK!^ and read Tha Bystander W: & mt- m. ^v.sTf"'-' &" S A' r«aiadM*&BW« £?$&P fcrikw- y-pm'ZtfW PROGRAM, WBSTBBN BAPTIST CONVENTION ~v .v in session with Calvary Baptist Church, Monmouth, 111., Bev. C. Lindell, pastor, Monday, J™1!' 15thL to Friday, July 19th, 1918: ^5. v. 1 OFFICERS. '-k Bev. T, L. Griffith, D. D., President, Topeka, Kans. Bev. 8. Bates, Vice-President, Des Moines, Iowa. f".C Bev. E. A. Wilson, D. D., Secretary, Muskogee, Okla. £ew J. Goins, D. D., Cor Sec., Kan sas City, Mo. Bev, Geo. MacNeale, D. D., Treas.. Kansas City, Kans. Bev. C. G. "Fishback, D. D., Sec. of Foreign Missions, Cleveland, Ohio. Bev. D. A. Holmes, D. D., Auditor, Kansas City, Kans. Bev. T. J. Can, D. D., Statistician, St. Paul, Minn. Prof. C. W. Bodgers, Field Secretary, Des Moines, Iowa. Officers Women's Auxiliary, The Woman's Missionary and Educational Convention: Mrs. C. E. Hiclcfe, President, Chieago, 111. Mrs. F. B. Watson, Vice-President, Kansas City, Kans....

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 July 1918

Sri VP Lit -m y®i§L«lP Baod Pay and ived The Bystander XXV No. PROOBAM, WESTERN BAPTIST CONVENTION in session with Calvary Baptist Church, Monmouth, 111., Bev. C. Lindell, pastor, Monday, July 15th, to Friday, July 19th, 1918: "OFFICEBS.' Bev. T. L. Griffith, P. D., President, Topeka, Kans. Bev. 8. Bates, Vice-President, Des Moines, Iowa. Bev. E. A. Wilson, D. D., Secretary, Muskogee, Okla. ^lev.r J. Goins, D. D., Cor Sec., Kan sas City, Mo. Bev. Geo. MacNeale, D. D., Treas.. Kansas City, Kans. Bev. C. G. Fishback, D. D., Sec. of Foreign Missions, Cleveland, Ohio. Bev. D. A. Holmes, D. D., Auditor, Kansas City, Kans. Bev. T. J. Carr, D. D., Statistician, St. Paul, Minn. Prof. C. W. Bodgers, Field Secretary, Des Moines, Iowa. Officers Woiiaen's Auxiliary,''"The Woman's Missionary and Educational Convention: l- Mrs. C. E. Hickfe, President, Chicago, 111. Mrs. F. B. Watson, Vice-President, Kansas City, Kans. Mrs. S. Hazel, Secretary, Galesburg, 111. Mrs. Ida B. Frazier, Cor. Sec., Wich...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 July 1918

Ty iSVi-s ••&• 5^-f Ifc/ fc-= rtmusHwe co, DtSMOZMS, Wti JOHN THOMPSON. EDITOR FRIDAY, JUYL 12- 1918 «mj Friday by the By puUbtfa* Company, DM Hciim, Ion. Offlca fan ChamlcaJ buildiii*, comor Seventh and^Mul Pkooe, aim* TBUU) OF SUBBCBIFTIOM. OM jms- We are prepared to do first class Job work at reasonable pri*** AO atf oar w*r|c is guaranteed. OflUi.i nf tha M. W. U. Grand Chiilicothe, Mo -V. E. Williams 8ioajt City-..- ...Mrs. M. Askew Clarinda Mrs. G. N. Nowling Vhj» notice apples to *l» e««nfcribntors, a jrerfts »nd correspond •nts. Sign all articles. «rrite onh inon one side of paper, write a plat» hana ai*M spe'l accurately. Do no •end in names of persons at nartie event. Do not give *n enlopv write your personal comment we !._ p. ing .71 Aitertd st the 4hi matter. All eubaeriptioas payable in ad* A "Vaw money by poetofflca inoMy order, upnu or draft, to Tka «ky«tandor Company. Advertising rata* for dbfky M®. Sft coats par inch, for aaeh lioalfflfi Throo ta six months' con...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 July 1918

1 PITY I OP AI LI I, I We wish that every subscriber in the eity would make a strong effort to pay ihe collector part if not all of their de linquent subscriptions as we need the aoney. When in our city stop at the Des Joines Hotel, I2l W. 4th St., for good rooms, first class meals. Everything new, clean and neat. Don't forget the place, I2l 4th St., or phone Walnut 5618. For neatly furnished rooms, strangers and soldiers' wives look me over. Mrs. 3 Cooper, 1312 Center St. _____ CORINTHIAN BAPTIST NOTES. The pastor will preach tomorrow norning from the theme, Working for Jesus." Let all come out and hear this jiscourse. Atty. J. B. Bush, who has nade a tour through the southwest to jthe National S. S. and B. Y. P. U. con ress at Galveston, Texas, will give a Summary of his .trip at the evening hour. The largest congregation^ for a long time occupied their places at the com munion of the Lord's Supper last Sun flay evening. The birthday party to b% given by fche Herald Committee on t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 July 1918

|4!' i&. put 1/1 fj*" ic C.'j, MmGrmren P4 Mam. msmh 'I MMNGTEXuthe which #"v 1512 Aflcutflc Ammm of Des Moines. 1KjjJSW-k BOOKING, IOWA. 11m Willing Workers Club met at the iltat of Mrs. Eva R&per on Sunday laftenooa. Quite a large number at- Ho. Ada McCraven of Des Moines is vkitiag her sinter, Mrs. Eva Roper. Oh Wednesday evening there were itwrt twelve friends gathered on the iIbwm aft the home of Mr. Oscar Boper m4 brought their baskets filled with ploaty to eat, in honor of the Mrs. Ada 'M Ikde sprint* in fes "five and take" «Mf noreneot of dw3i|p /, and preserve tb« shape of Ae pi 'ly* jfipfi* lobs lliiii)iw inwiruntoiiiirtlkK wAm or hnrf weight. as yew like. **R«member to Buy It—!, F^y^rooH^it,yy mm liTTMQ Cft, Makers 99 tuslmj, Hot YaA MMIIIMIMMMIMilMMM Pearl Thomas bf Albia enter- tihind Mrs. Ada McCraven and Mrs. X/' jKra Boper to' a six o'clock dinner Hat­ ha. Paris Taylor Home again from Misers hospital, where she under a severe operation. A large number of the ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 12 July 1918

3? i®sr^ J&> ml IW~: m. S5& —&>• mm '%"f *V ,(-i- iY* Afl 5 HOOKING, IOWA. Tke Willing Workers Club met at the kaae of Mrs. Eva Baper on Sunday •ftmoon. Quite a large number at traded. Mrs. Ada McCraven of Des Moines ia visiting her sister, Mrs. Eva Boper. On Wednesday evening there were abont twelve friends gathered cn the lawn at the home of Mr. Oscar Boper awl brought their baskets filled with plenty to eat, in honor of the Mrs. Ada ••Medmvcn of Des Moines. Mm. Pearl Thomas bf Albia enter tained Mrs. Ada McCraven and Mrs. lira Boper to' a six o'clock dinner Sat urday. Mm. Paris Taylor :s nome again from :tfce Miners hospital, where she under wmmt severe operation. A large number of the Hocking peo ple spent their 4th of July in Buxton '•ani JEteman. Two the Hocking boys were called Jke the colors in the July 15th call. They Mr. Joe Edmonds and Mr. Boy Virgia Burns entertained Mrs. Ms MKSaven and .Mti, Eva Boper to. 1 o'eloek luncheon Wednesday. TWWilUqe Workers ...

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