(These go under the headings of "Local Happenings". I believe they
mean in Tama city, as all the other little towns are listed
A bouncing baby boy, tipping the beam at 91/2 pounds, came to gladden
the hearts and brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry PLATT on
Wednesday, Sept. 16.
Mrs. Virgil BARD, of Plainview, Neb., is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John BARD.
Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers WINDERS and baby were guests Sunday at the M.
M. MILLER home at Marshalltown.
Daniel HACH and Will HACH and daughter, of Clutier, spent Wednesday
at the Fred LAMB home.
Mrs. H.L. EICHLING and son, of Ames, are spending the week with Mrs.
ECHILING's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ALBRECHT.
P. McCARTY returned Monday from a two weeks visit at the home of his
brother, James, at Waukon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred LAMB and daughters spent Sunday at Clutier.
Dr. and Mrs. I.C. GARY, of Chicago, spent the week end at the homes
of the Doctor's sisters, Mrs. F. M. INGRAM and Mrs. F.W. INGERSOLL.
A.J. BRACKEN, of Chicago, spent Wednesday in town, a guest at the
home of his cousin, T.J. BRACKEN.
Dr. C. A. DEAN, who was the first teacher on the Tama Indian
reservation, and family stopped for a Sunday visit with Rev. and Mrs.
R. G. SMITH at the Indian Misson. Dr. DEAN now resides at Boulder,
Colo. On Tuesday Rev. and Mrs. SMITH motored to Marshalltown for a
visit with the DEANs at the home of Dr. DEAN's son, David DEAN.
Miss Edith CHYMA returned to her home at Parkersburg, after a visit
here with her parents. She came to attend the county fair.
Mrs. Alice LEVER, of Spokane, Wash., spent Thursday and Friday here,
a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dell BRICKER. She is at present
in Toledo and will visit here again before returning home. She and
her son, Art. LEVER, were residents of Tama some years ago.
Mrs. Emma RICHARDS CRIPPEN, of Mount Vernon, spent Tuesday night in
town, a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer TIMS, and left early
Wednesday morning for Yakima, Wash., where she will visit at the home
of her nephew, Ralph WILLIAMSON, for a few weeks before going on to
Southern California, where she will spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Dell BRICKER spent a few hours in Clutier on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank HANUS, Joe HANUS and F.R. THEDENS returned Sunday
from a two weeks outing at Minneapolis and Lake Chetek, Wis.
Walter M. EATON returned Saturday to his home at Cedar Rapids after a
few days visit at the home of his son, Leonard.
Earl MEAVES, of Rockford, Ill., is visiting Tama relatives and friends.
L. D. STEFFY, of Cedar Rapids, is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Anna SLABOCH, who spent the summer vacation at home, returned
Wednesday to Chicago to resume her studies in voice at the Chicago
Miss Helen PURINTON returned to her home at Des Moines Friday after a
few days visit at the Leonard EATON home.
Rev. Harry N. THROCKMORTON, H.W. ALLEN, Leonard ALLEN, J. A. McKEEN,
and J.C. HEARN attended a Baptist association meeting at Grinnel
Mr. and Mrs. John PITKA left this week by auto for the Pacific coast.
They intend to spend the winter touring in the west. Ivan ELLIOT
had accepted a position as service man to assist Albert KUBICEK at
the KUBICEK & PITKA oil station during Mr. Pitka's absence.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray VAN METER of Tama and Mr. and Mrs. Fred FOWLER, Mr.
and Mrs. W.E. PITKA and son Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Paul MAHER and
daughter Dorothy of Toledo were Sunday dinner guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Leon HAYWARD of south of Tama.
Mrs. Fred HURT, south of town, has returned home from the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles KOVARIK where she became acquainted with her new
niece, Minnie Doris, born to Mr. and Mrs. KOVARIK Sept 6.
Jos. M. MITCHELL, of the local force of the Iowa Railway & Light Co.,
was painfully ill for a few hours Wednesday due to inflammation of
the stomach and bowels. His condition has improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred GOZA spent Sunday at Iowa City, guests of Mr.
GOZA's brother, Charles GOZA, one of the leading druggists of that
John McCARTY is spending the day in Des Moines.
Don't take chances, rid your home of flies. We have the remedy--W.C.
SNYDER, Druggist. "