"BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR CIVIL WAR VETERANS
T.F. BRADFORD W.R.C. will celebrate the birthdays of Civil War
Veterans J.C. WINTERS, Thomas EVERETT, Albert FIFE, L..H. STODDARD,
Henry A. DEE, and F.B. SANBORN at Odd Fellows hall on Friday
afternoon, Sept. 18, at 2:00 o'clovk. The hostesses will be Mesdames
Ethel KENSINGER, Mary BLYTHE, Alwilda SCHALLER, Fern COLEMAN, Mabel
HOLLAND, Maye BEAL and Silver JACKSON. A short program will be
given. The public is cordially invited."
"MRS. STUMP VERY ILL
Mrs. W. STUMP, whose maiden name was Ann FIALA, is critically ill at
her home at Madison, So. Dak. Her father, Jacob FIALA, returned home
Wednesday after spending a week with her."
"Miss Harriet STANNARD spent Sunday with friends at Waterloo."
"BERLIN SHOEMAKER RECEIVES THE THIRD MASONIC DEGREE
Hiram of Tyre Lodge, No. 233, A.F.& A.M., met Wednesday evening and
raised Berlin Shoemaker to the sublime degree of a Master Mason.
There was a fairly large attendance of the members of the order and
following the exemplification of the secret work luncheon was served."
"Miss Ella BRACKEN will go to Grinnell Friday to matriculate at
Grinnell college, having finished the Tama high school course in
Orlyn P.P. EHLERS, 26, Dinsdale, and Velva WILLER, 18, Reinbeck.
Herbert C. CLAUSSEN, 25, Reinbeck, and Amelia BUEMANN, 18, Traer."
Tama has something to be proud of in a residence improvement. Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. MacMARTIN are remodelling their home on State street,
the improvement consisting of cutting a wall and building French
doors which open the house directly into the fine garden which Mrs.
MacMARTIN recently made. It is one of those improvements which
beautify a town, and it may lead to other similar improvements."
"Mr. and Mrs. Ed HARRISON and daughter Myrtle spent Sunday with
relatives at Gilman."
"FOUR CANDIDATES GIVEN EASTERN STAR DEGREE
A covered dish supper at the Masonic hall Tuesday evening preceded a
meeting of Tama chapter, No.424, Order of the Eastern Star, nearly
100 of the members of the order being in attendance to enjoy the
excellent meal and the program that followed.
The initiatory degree was conferred on Mesdames Clair CORY, R. E.
BERRY, Irvin McCARTY and Margaret McCORTNEY. In the course of the
evening addresses were delivered by Judge WILLETT, Fred GOZA, and a
visiting member of the order from Belle Plaine."