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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 July 1918

$0 #a V' E'Vti I tV 7^ fe4- "iA" *s- l*FStateCapitol Boost Par •fesp and i«M TM "The most enthusiastic session of the National Association of Colored "Women tres held at Shorter A. M. E. churfch, Denver, Colo., July 8-13. Some of the leading women ef the country were present. Weighty and important questions af fecting the state of the country were discussed by such noted women as Mrs. Mary B. Tolbert, Buffalo, N. Y., Mrs. Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee, Ala., Mrs. E. L. Davis, Chicago Miss Hailie Q. Brown, Wilberforce, O., and Miss E. C. Carter, New Bedford, Mass. Nearly all the states of the union were represented by delegates. Mme. C. J. Walker gave an able ad dress on "The Beauty of Hair." Dr. Mary Waring of Chicago gave an ex cellent address in t&e interest of the Bed Cross The meeting was opened by a drill of Bed Cross workers. Mrs. J. B. Bush, Vice. President of the Northwestern Federation and Chair man of Press Department N". A. C. W., presided at the conference on Social...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 July 1918

.• s% T.fftT X'*'? \vv. f! hitato cavitoi bmk nt3i -«ta.~ MR'* **11-iv Boost Pay and read Th* Bystander The most enthusiastic session of the National Association of Colored Women -was held at Shorter A. M. E. church, Denver, Colo., July 8-13. Some of the leading womeji of the country were present. Weighty and important questions af fecting the state of the country were discussed by such noted women as Mrs. Mary B. Tolbert, Buffalo, N. Y., Mrs. Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee, Ala., Mrs. E. L. Davis, Chicago Miss Hallie Q. Brown, Wilberforce, O., and Miss E. C. Carter, New Bedford, Mass. Nearly all the states of the union were represented by delegates. Mme. C. J. Walker gave an able ad dress on "The Beauty of Hair." Dr. Mary Waring of Chicago gave an ex cellent address in the interest of the Red Cross The meeting was openedby a drill of Red Cross workers. Mrs. J. B. Bush, Vice, President of the Northwestern Federation and Chair man of Press Department N". A. C. W., presided at the con...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 July 1918

rjt I t' BYSTANDER rt JsibtmrvBuamnaoo.trmusBMMf p— Moaw, IOWA JOHH 1+ THOMPSON, EP1TOE ^FRIDAY, JUYL If, 1®18 FaMipbad tmy Friday fcf *T **»dsr PuUJa low*. or •t AU subeeriptioM pay»No ia Sand money by poetofllc* «w MM7 order, socprasa or draft, to The eystandar Coopar. Airartiaiai rates far dbyiay ai| II eonta par inch, for eaeh iM^(in Three ts rix months' eontrmcta, 10 tr-** par fm*. Local advertising 10 fnt« p«r line for each insertion, —unllm seven words to a Ha*. Vmt ihiudf^ and iwtt aodatiaa wliii admiisL-n ia Aoied, one-half if dw abov»«-ma«tioned ratea. For p»* faaalonal. legal and announcement cards, yearly contraeta, etc^ tarma Hf gtean on application. AH ad vertising is to be paid in advance. We are prepared to do first claae Job work at reasonable prices- All ad oar wipek is gturtvnteed. 0AM*t af the M. W. U. Graad _^lC Iowa, A.P.4A. NL, a«d ^otamatlonal Grand Cotigresa af fieroinee of Jericho af AfMrirn, and Wee tern Baptiat Association. We will not return rejected man...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 July 1918

1 iquent oney. om8) .3 Paul. -w^r I) V» '-,-$! CITY LOCALS hfe wish that every subscriber in the ly would make a strong effort to pay ,e collector part if not all of their de- ST. PAUL A. M. E. NOTES. I The month of June was a busy Loath in this church—the entertaining the W. M. M. Conv. Chicago Conf. [ranch, preparations for the Big Four j]y and the accustomed duties that Lme to a connectional church engrossed he attention of the working part of lie church. The convention was enjoyed by all [ho attended. The deep spiritual fer or and zeal, which general character e3 true church workers, was in evi-, There, were 32 delegates and a rge number of visitors present from rery nook and cranny of the great bicag? Rev. Birt filled his pulpit" at,.....the: noraing and evening services. He brought messages of hope and inspira tion to those present. He told of his Visit to Wilberforce, encouraged par ents to send their children to higher lehools of learning, make sacrifices in prder to send th...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 July 1918

Mjr, 5K.V. tV vg-ri-. & and i**s i, •, WV-! MM $K tost-* 3* -r 4% •fit. ii*. W7W iwiiiiiiii«Miwii»»wiwiwimiwiH»miiiii%iii SP&1KGTEX the underwear wfel^ miOta litde springe in ka fabric which "give and take" with cveiy movement of the pmcrw the shape of die garment despite long wear and hard Washing*. Itfa dirjreir-voMdaadcrwMf, lifht, Mdw or hspry weight, aayookka. "Remember to Buy It— Ym'U Parget Yn HAN It Oa" 4s* fMT HUM RWrntt CO, lUm JOWA. ITrs. Mattie Oliver and mother, Mrs. LaftM*, of St. Joseph Mo., are ivsiting their' brother and SOD, M. D. Lowrie. Mr.'fteo.* Young of Des Moines was a rec*&t visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. *Bdwin biter. While in the city ho was* eiitferf&ined ty Mr. and Mrs. Walter Madison also by the Mutual Aid Glab at the home of Mr. xuid Mrs. Xowrie. Mrs. Viola ^Anderson spent Saturday and Sunday "in Dee Moines visiting Meads. Mrs. Gussie Askew and Miss Smith ef BufAula, Ala., are visiting at the lm» of the former's daughter, Mrs. Watt...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 July 1918

1 -vf SPR1NGTEX it die underwear with* miBbft little ipriogs inks fabric which "give and take" with every movement of the body, and preserve the shape of: the garment despite long wear' and hard Waahiit« lib thtyt«r-«f—iimikmW) light, •wdBuip or hnwy iffigk wywukt. "Ramefriber to Buy It— Yoe'tt PttrtfM Yon Have It O." Twr iMb UTKA MffTIIM CO, Makds Sataa 9mm: JSt Breetvay, Mm Tart IMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMM* *)*K-WC $Jf« AMBfc JOWJL Mfrs. Mattie Oliver and mother, Mrs. Tip^wlii, of St. Joseph Mo., are ivsiting •bsE^ ttaeii' bother and son, M. D. Lowrie. Mr/iJeft.'Young of Des Moines was a i*c*pt visitor at the heme of Mr. and U.Jil Mrs. !Bdwiri Giter... Will® in thecity ife he was' entferttined bf Mr. and Mrs. $k Walter Madison," also by the Mutual •4"! Aid Club at the home of Mr. t\nd Mrs. ^AjUtwrie. llS'- Viola ^Anderson spent Saturday ||g, and Sunday "in &%******•' ^-'h V.- r*v *f»T Jkfrs. Dea Moines visiting lfrs. Gussle Askew and Miss Smith Btifaula, Ala., are Visiting at the home...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 July 1918

2 olored ing in ty, N. esaion hold eg is City, Sep. onary June aven- neet- eat! Bat udi N.Y, *b *+**•'u Boost P»y *r. and re*d TIM Bystander II Uw ed IN ''.••• f," MTM XT A T.T.TT! Q. .. .v.:.' "j .«-••• jtfiHu..*— 4 XXV No. 5 -^A LETTER BOMB. France in June. GRANTLAND BIOS, Lieutenant, 115 Field Artillery, A. E. F. Dear Heart, some aay, when I come back Across the night that blurs our view, When I have found the long lost track That leads again to home—and you— When I have stalked across this stench Of filfth and mud and clotted gore, To see beyond the last lone trench Old dream rise through the mist onco more— We '11 know, beyond these blood-shot scenes That leave their wake of blight and pain Just what an old-time twilight iheans When dusk steals out some friendly lane, And, hand in hand, home bound we drift, Beyond the mangled and the dead, To wa$ch onee more the old moon lift Its silver etchings on ahead—• To meet the darkness without fear Of what tomorrow's fate may bring To r...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 July 1918

S\¥ olon* ting la ty, N. ession hold eg in City, Sep. ionaijr, June aven- meet- Bystander •v p. XXV No. 5 MISS WAT.T.TB Q. $•7 p&fe-iMfrGfcafltal v' Boost Pmrt and read Tho A LBTTBR BOMB. France in June. OBANTLAND BIOS, Lieutenant, 116 Field Artillery, A.E. P. Dear Heart, some day, when I come back Across the night that blurs our view, When I have found the long lost track That leads again to home—and you When I have stalked across this stench Of filfth and mud and clotted gore, To see beyond the last lone trench Old dream rise through the mist once more— We'll know, beyond these blood-shot scenes That leave their wake of blight and pain Just what an old-time twilight iheans When dusk steals out some friendly lane, And, hand in hand, home bound we drift, Beyond the mangled and the dead, To wa$ch once more the old moon Uft Its silver etchings on ahead—' To meet the darkness without fear Of what tomorrow's fate may bring To reach, and find the other near Through spring's eternal w...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 July 1918

I* T/'S BYSTANDER jtenKunmoflo.,PDiuanr MOOnBS, IOWA fOBN THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1*18 VaMished «wy Vriday by Mghiag, fcpildinf, Ike We ara prepared to do first elaas 'jab work at raaaonabla price*. All af oar wwfc ia guaranteed. O W an Davenport. Mrs. D. J. Joanson Uskaioosa JMrs. Corn Moore Centerville Mrs. A. L. Crittenden Omaha, Neb Miss Morel Brown Qttnmwa. Mm. W. B. Thompson MtAeriy, Mo.—Miss Lee Etta Owens Galesburg, 111 Miss B. Anderson Qniney, HI. ..Mrs. Mattie Lfllye Boston, Iowa. ..Miss Gladys Mardis Knoxville, Iowa.—„~Mjrs. H. Bryson Council Bluffs—Miss Agnes Fountain Keokuk, Iowa—Mrs. Georgie Caldwell ChUlieothe, Mo V. E. Williams Sioux City.—- Mrs. M. Askew Clarinda -Mrs. G. N. Nowling Mason City Mr. N. L. Wigington Cedar Rapids Mrs. J. N. Harrison This notice applies to atl writers contributors, ajrents and correspond ents. Sign all articles, write onl} ooon one side of paper, write a plaia hana mum Rj pMiaUaf rwf j. Bi Imhl Ofiot in Chnki corner SmntiT and ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 July 1918

8? I7TS BYSTANDER ^bn ruBUsamo oo., PUBLISH*** MMI MOOTS, IOWA fOHN L. THOMPSON, EDITOR FRIDAY, JULY £6, *918 rubliehed evary Friday bf At IT' «tander PuhUiUaf O—pay, Pw Koines, Iowa. 0«ce to CfeMirinal Iprildliif, conuir Soventh and *al Wry streeta. Phono, nm or suwckiftmm^ tfcs Uiwd at the •I dau nitttar, All subecriptioas payable Sand money by poatoflce •my order, express or draft, We are prepared to do first claaa job work at reasonable pricea. AH mi our work ia guaranteed. of the M. W. U. Gmad Buxton, Iowa ..Miss Gladys Mardis Knoxville, Iowa.—--Mrs. H. Bryson Council Bluffs..~MisB Agnes Fountain Keokuk, Iowa Mrs. Georgie Caldwell Chillicothe, Mo V. E. Williams Sioux City—- Mrs. M. Askew Clarinda —Mrs. G. N. Nowling Mason City Mr. N. L. Wigington Cedar Bapids Mrs. J. N. Harrison This notice applies to all writers contributors, a {rents and correspond ents. Sign all articles, write only noon one side of paper, write a plain hana ituu spell accurately. Do .not send'in names of pe...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 July 1918

new, If 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 Dee Koines Hotel, 121 W. 4th fet., for good rooms, firs* class meals. Everything clean and neat. Don't forget the place, 121 4th St., or phone Walnut 3618. For neatly furnished rooms, stringers and soldiers' wives look me over. Mrs, 8. Cooper, 1312 Center St. ST. PAUL A. K. E. Bev. H. Boyd of Waterloo, Iowa, was visitor at the parsonage last week. Mrs. J. Alvin Jefferson and Miss eGorgia Blackburn were joint hostesses to the members and friends of St. Paul at a breakfast at the home of Mrs, Jefferson on last Friday, for the bene fit of the new St. Paul. The Big Four Bally will terminate the first Sunday in August. Let all members and friends rally to their cap tains. Miss Hallie Q. Brown, Wilberforce, 0., one of the first elocutionists of the race, and one of the most usefu...

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 July 1918

LOCALS I 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 When in our city stop at the Des Ifoines Hotel, 121 W. 4th St., for good rooms, first class meals. Everything „ew, clean and neat. Don't forget the place, 121 4th St., or phone Walnut 3618. For neatly furnished rooms, strAngers and soldiers' wives look me over. Mrs a Cooper, 1312 Center St. 8T. PAUX. A. M. B. Rev. H. Boyd of Waterloo, Iowa, was a visitor at the parsonage last week. Mrs. J. Alvin Jefferson and Miss eGorgia Blackburn were joint hostesses to the members and friends of St. Paul at a breakfast at the home of Mrs. Jefferson on last Friday, for the bene [Jfit of the new St, Paul. The Big Four Bally will terminate the first Sunday in August. Let all members and friends rally to their cap tains. Miss Hallre Q. Brown, Wilberforce, 0., one of the first elocutionists of the race, and one of the most useful and prom...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 July 1918

IWf 4 il 1-» ||4' ^1 I &t 4*1 ,V® mrnmmmm body. «m frame the dupe o# Ac nnisent despite long wcv and CriwiAifi bhdwjrw-uitMaateimr.Mt, •Mdiem or Iwavy ws%ht, ssy«»« Hke. "Ramember to Boy It— Tm'I Fettfrt Yn Hmlt On iTICA P^y CO, Mates Wllt»lli*Wll»IW»W'i|HIW» \v Bob OALEBBUBG, ZLUNOI& J. Thompson, editor of the By slander, was in the city Sunday and Monday. Sunday evening he gave a short talk at A. M. E. church. He had t| qnite a number of new. subscribers. |g! Quarterly meeting will be held at A. M. E. church Sunday, August 4. O. A. B. will give a picnic at High land Park Wednesday, August 24. Progressive Club will give ap ienic at Highland park August 1st. A lawn fete will be given at the home of Mrs. Shoots Friday, August Benefit of the Morning Choir. A reception will be given at A. M. & church for the 20 boys who leave for camp August 1. Citizens are cor dially invited. rM. nnd Mrs. M. B. Drury, formerly of thia city, Mr. and Mrs. Dickerson of Bock Island, motored to...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 July 1918

mwwwy li. if JterH •""k'f*- fe* & ji*.J "1, mm Rk WW* 8PKJNGTEX it the underwear with milHan little spring* in it* fabric which "ib and take" with w«|y movement of the body, and preserve the shape of the garment despite long wear and hard waitings. It is the year-aroumfuiidtrwcar, light, •Mdiam or heavy weight, yon like. "Remember to Buy It-r Yee'll PMfM Yea Have It Oa" A* 1W DmmUr BTICA KNOTHM CO, Maktrs Ms Rssai: SSt Bnitiii, New Ysrk Olnlmen •f *V a tM 01 \. J* fvr ?&«k' 4 iS'i I CULLE8BUBG, ILLINOIS. J. L. Thompson, editor of the By stander, was in the city Sunday and Monday. Sunday evening he gave short talk at A. M. E. church. He had quite a number of new. subscribers. Quarterly meeting will be held at A. M. E. church Sunday, August 4, O. A. B. will give a picnic at High land Park Wednesday, August 24 Progressive Club will give ap icnic at Highland park August 1st. lawn fete will be given at the home of Mrs. I. Shoots Friday, August & Benefit of the Morning Choir. ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 August 1918

*1 jfc.'J: i£- &£>• V' fv* Boost Pay and read The Bystander XXV No. 6 V%w SRarr^r^^ %i HEADQUARTERS BRITISH AMD CANADIAN- RECRUITING MISSION. 511 Fifth Ave, Hew York, July 26,1918 Editor of Bystander: We are sub mitting an article which should prove of great interest to your many readers. Unheralded, yet glorious, is the part which has been played by the colored race in this great world war. Par too little has been written of their part and only when the official records of the Allied nations have been perused sometime in the future'will it be known and realised how completely the senti ment of loyalty of the colored race in a good cause has swept away tii$e honored distinctions, erased deep-seated prejudices, spruned geographical dis tance and even over-ridden all selfish interests at -this crucial time. Count less numbers of dark skinned patriots have taken their places upon the .battle fields of Mesopotamia, the Balkans Africa and the other fighting fronts, displaying the ...

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

i" ,rif state qapuoi sif.-... Boost Pay and read The .Bystander CapUol Bid^ Htotj*1c XXV No. 6 HEADQUARTERS BRITISH AND CANADIAN RECRUITING} MISSION. 511 Fifth Ave, New York, July 26, 1918 Editor of Bystander: We are sub mitting an article which should prove of great interest to your many readers. Unheralded, yet glorious, is the part "which has been played by the colored race in this great world war. Far too little has been written of their part and only when the official records of the Allied nations have been perused sometime in the futureVill it be known and realised how completely the senti ment of loyalty of the colored race in a good cause has swept away tir^e honored distinctions, erased deep-seated prejudices, spruned geographical dis tance and even over-ridden all selfish interests at «this crucial time. Count less numbers of dark skinned patriots have taken their places upon the battle fields of Mesopotamia, the Balkans, Africa and the other fighting fronts, displaying th...

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

•r. luf y- ?1 «"fT. Pf-f Mr ¥i BYSTANDER ««i jtamumsoo., IOWA .'-15, JOHN Lb THOMPSON, EDITOR TODAY, AUGUST 2. JM8 %555h5T Mrf—, low*. OOem fa Oh liflillnr cmmt AuiA end ansret sodetiee wkeaa Si, Is *n*ed, ena4*lf Of «o abo»,«-mentlened ntn. For faaaSonal, legal and cuds, jrmrt/ eontracta, etc* nra jlm on application. All nd vwrtising ia to be paid in advance. Wo are prepared, to do first do— Job work at reasonable prices. AB of «tr work Is KonaatNi of fbo M. W. U. Grand Darenport—~~—Mrs. D. J. (Mkiioosa. —Birs. Com CeatervQle. Mrs. A. L. Crittenden Umaha, Nek—~—Miss Murel Brown OttolwinL.,- Li*'1* Friday brtk* ir SiNitk an# or •ntarad at tfca AH MbMiptim pnyaMa 8mtd money im t*f poatofflct Honey order, gprtii or draft, to Tl» ^jafamdv Company. Advertising rata* tm dhfl^rM^ ewti per inch, for mA Inasraon. Throe to she month*' contract*, IV ft« per tech. Local adrsrtiaing 10 cents p«r line for «adi insertion, eeimUug sera word* to lino. Per Vi* «f Iowa, A.F. 41 ML, and .—- Grand Pm o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 August 1918

ifv CITY LOCALS J|Furnislied ce August 21-31. Liet every church and irtor be represented. Church letter nks can be obtained by dropping me m. ST. PATJI. A. It E. CHURCH. ev. J. Francis Robinson, field secrc of the Nat.. Baptist Assn., and one (the speakers selected by the govern nt to present the aims or" the wa, cached for Rev. Birt Sunday morn- The presence, of the Holy Spirit, manifested. All' rejoiced to hear lis man of God. •At the evening services Miss Eliza feth Carter, New Bedford, Mass., and kiss Georgia Nugent Louisville, Ky., •ere the speakers. They both spoke |ong the lines of general uplift and ade a very favorable impression, he visit of these women should serve an inspiration to our boys and giTls ho are striving to make a mark in fe. Mrs. S. Joe Brown was chairman the meeting. The choir rendered ap opriatc music. Hiss Hallie Q. Brown, one of the old lards in the A. M. E. church, and an focntionist of long standing will ap in this church en concert oft the th of Augus...

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

!®jpW^Si8S8SWSi¥9i( is Vv tan 4i F'ffr- *^S"i V.v*' BEDFORD NEWS. ^gUSpacxai to tha Bystander.) F. 0f laMt Week. Mrs. John Hower entertained at a three course dinner Mrs. Martha Wright of Omaha, Nebr., Mrs. Mary Knight of Sioux City, Iowa, Mrs. Thomas Jones and Mrs, Laura Jones, Mrs* Gert Canon $V Clarinda, Mrs. J. A. Ashford of Bed y' 2 ford. Also the Misses Celia May Green vf» of Sioux City, Alice Jones of Clarinda, $%{ Marjorie Cason of Clarinda and Faye *, Ashford of Bedford. The Clarinda, Omaha and Sioux City people motored V\ over in a seven passenger touring car. Mr. William Bailey of Buxton, Iowa, spent the week at the home of Mr. ,1 Oreene Lucas. Mrs. J. A. Ashford and daughter Faye and son Raye and Mrs. Daniel Keene motored to Clarinda, Iowa, Sunday and spent the day attending church. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson of Grav v," ity, Iowa, entertained at dinner Mr. and Mrs. John Howe of Bedford. Also the Howe children and Mr, Frank P. John son of Des Moines. A two course din ner...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 August 1918

*t frt S if, & a* .'J.'JY.A- '. ',V"'HI.A"\'VYIFHT'". *"••?._' :V '^.'{T IJ-V+P-.O BEDFORD NEWS. .fl'JSpecial to the By*ta»4er.). Last Week. Mrs. John Hower entertained at a three course dinner Mrs. Martha Wright of Omaha, Nebr., Mrs. Mary Knight of Sioux City, Iowa, Mrs. Thomas Jones and Mrs. Laura Jones, Mrs. Geft Cason of Clarinda, Mrs. J. A. Ashford of Bed ford. Also the Misses Celia May Green of Sioux City, Alice Jones of Clarinda, Marjorie Cason of Clarinda and Faye Ashford of Bedford. The Clarinda, Omaha and Sioux City people motor"ed over in a seven passenger touring car. wc» iu 00 vcu passenger touring •^v Mr. William Bailey of Buxton, Iowa, spent the week at the home of Mr. Greene Lucas. Mrs. J. A. Ashford and daughter Faye and son Baye and Mrs. Daniel Keene motored to Clarinda, Iowa, Sunday and spent the day attending church. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson of Grav ity, Iowa, entertained at dinner Mr. and Mrs. John Howe of Bedford. Also the Howe children and Mr. Frank P. J...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
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