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Le Grand Reporter (Newspaper) - July 4, 1930, Le Grand, Iowa A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF LE GRAND AND VICINITY VOL XXI LE GRAND MARSHALL COUNTY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 4 1930 NO 35 ANOTHER BUS LINE Fort Dodge Des Southern Will Toledo and tami W Dr C V Gilliland of University of Southern and Dr Henry Edwin McGrew pastor Friends church conduct the Gazette was granted last 3 the Fort Dodge Des Southern Railway com- of a bus route from Boone to Waterloo via Tama Toledo and several LeGrand was in- list of towns the bus but no passengers can b e from Tama Montour f what benefit these new as yet paving is finished be- Toledo and Waterloo 59 Tuesday at the Burbank hospital Mrs Robert J of own elect women one of saints of c loved and beloved by all who knew her to her tri- umph and reward and coronation News and Personals L who has been confined to her bed for a improved Mr and Mrs Edward Anderson of Des Moines spent Sunday at the Theodore Mahle home Mrs Mae Draper and son of Marshalltown visited over the Adair home Bruce Rogers and family of at the home of arid Mrs James Rogers V Miss Bessie Specht of shall town i visited Sunday at the home of Mr Mrs Prof and Mrs Thomas and of state sity callers at the B H home Mr Ralph Hoover and family of are ing at the Walter Weitzell and Thompson homes The Ladies Aid will serve the chicken sandwich supper at the Aid rooms Saturday ing July 5 from until all are served Price -in skies of She had but one all that would not her that she never desired to that was her Lord arid Savior Christ one organization to gave and talent and He tried to SMILE looked And never held a He strove to see And forged straight to the topi people said a big A thing him their a grin But naught could make him stop He tried when odds were thick Through thick and thin he'd bravely STICK And end he'd turn the In spite of fortune's toss He wasn't never Each difficulty must He set his course and never Now hundreds call him BOSS He tried to SMILE in storm and gale He closed his ears to fail And buckled down THE TRAIL And faced they He share of Arid yet no matter what the trial He'd try to That's won the game Edward Hungerford Friends Church Rtv Taylor Guthrie 0 W Edna 10 Bible School son Supt Junior son Supt 11 a m Worship Christian Freedom 7 Service 8 The Strength of a Nation Wednesday 8 p m Prayer meeting A cordial welcome FARM EXHIBITS AT Champion Farm Women to Be Picked and Honored by State Fair Officials Hide holy O thou Christ of God Sink O Night among thy Let the cool gray shadows fall Dying brothers fighting demons drop thy curtains over Not wholly lost O Father it this evil world of burs Upward through its blood and ashes Spring afresh the Eden flowers From its smoking hell of battle and pity send their prayer v And still thy white winged angels hover dimly in our that the of Christ and missionary at White gave one Mr and Mrs Ralph Mills Mr and Mrs Andrew Sunday arid and Ernest were at the home of Mr and Duncan and family Rosa B daughter Miss Anna Laura White to Japan she is most piece of work among and ior College Women of Japan This daughter was cabled for when her was taken seriously Providence and n prayer we are up a few and was aboard the Empress of Canada the fastest ship crossing the Pacific homeward bound Landing in Vancouver B C she made exceptionally fine con- arrived at the side of lier mother one day before she passed away They had a blessed day of fellowship with each other Mrs White ing conscious until about twenty minutes before her death Another daughter Mrs riet B Macy of Murdo 5 arrived a week or so ago A son John H White has been with his mother during her illness Her life to a most unusual de- Gibspn were guests at tie f Calif that the Misses Wyona and Miss who here Monday morning June 23 arrived at Whittier the following Sunday evening at home oi and Rosedale R L Pemberton of was shaking hands with friends here one day this week dentally we learned that R L has landed the job of judging hogs at the Los Angeles fair in ber judges state fair at Lincoln Sept 1 and 2 he and his wife will drive but from there Mrs Ethel Miner of Tecumseh Nebr was a LeGrand visitor last Saturday She is the daughter of Caleb and granddaughter of George Worley early residents of the Butlerville community She was looking up points of ily history and had been in other places prior to ing here She went to from LeGrand A surprise party was given last Friday evening L E elow home by the friends of Miss Homecoming Committees At of- the ing Executive and program com- held at the Reporter office evening several discussed the chief item of the definite en- gagement of a to provide amusement for the iles during the two-day It proposed to re- unions of teachers and pupils of the old-time which gamed fame and reputation at LeGrand during the years gone by and the these in pld Public Adair A Beane LeGrand bert G Herbert Friends Edna Beane A- Mote M Gaunt Mrs Delia Keen Christian Church Rev Sarah M Piper Pastor Sequel of Desert The news dispatches last day carried the of body found in a desert and the supposition -is that it was the Rev Thomas The body of an elderly man dead some time was found in the WEDDING BELLS Neat little announcement cards were received in LeGrand this week carrying the following in- Dr and Mrs Ernest Manning Mills announce the marriage of their to Mr Saturday the of June Chicago The wedding at the The bride is well known n she has spent the she host of admiring friends She is a graduate of the LeGrand high school arid later took a com- course in Penn college For the past seven years she Has held a responsible position in the offices state highway com- mission at Ames groom is a graduate the engineering of Iowa State college in the class of 1923 and for several years has been in the employ of the Byllesby En- and Management com- pany Chicago The newly wedded couple are on their honeymoon through Church School Maude Gaunt Supt Morning Worship at 11 o'clock This is the day for quarterly Com- service Christian p m Cloris Ludwig Joys and Dangers From Delia Richards p m Evening Service Prayer Circle Wednesday at regular church business meeting at A welcome to all The Mission Circle met at the church the June meeting Thursday The in charge of the Grade Roll tendent Mrs Roy There was a good attendance and after the program refreshments were served by a committee Trinity Lutheran Church Dillon Rev E Pastor Thirty seven different ty farm bureau organizations will join this summer in ing a joint exposition of all the leading farm improvement now being carried on out the state as a feature at the 1930 Iowa State Fair August 20 to 29 Each of the ties participating will have a tion of its although the position as a whole will be under the joint sponsorship of the state fair board the Iowa farm bureau federation and Iowa State Col- lege The men's farm bureaus will present exhibits showing results of projects in swine disease con- trol increasing potato yields weed eradication corn giving best yields multiple hitches of horses spil im- provement and swine sanitation The women's farm bureaus will series of thirty different exhibits at the fair and each county will present a special gram in which results of project has been such a blessing and inspiration to all who knew her and even now memory rests upon ns as a holy benediction She was sick such a short time about six weeks in all and her end came just as she so often wished it might quietly and quickly It will be remembered Mrs White celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary on December last Mrs White was a most ardent and en- member of the Women's Missionary society of mouth Community church After careful consideration it was decided that friends would willingly go to Whittier where many relatives and friends live for the memorial services which will be held at the White and Emerson funeral parlors at June 6 Rev Lauretta Bigelow who left day for Iowa City where she will be in the hospital for several weeks The time was spent with music and games on the lawn un- til a late hour when light re- were served About thirty-five young people spent an enjoyable evening Oliver Rosdale informs us that he had a visitor Sunday It was none other than Miss Dorthea Francis of New York who is hiking across the continent and not accepting any auto rides He says she is a very interesting and tells a story of the trials and vicissitudes of the country trip She has been on the way about three months ing started on her hike April 1 She expects to be on the way for another three months She ate dinner with the Rosdale desert Buckeye thirty miles west of Phoenix Ariz June 26 Officials said the description lied in some respects that of Rev Thomas Howard Minnesota minister missing since June 7 The body was a negro minister who were inspecting homestead They said the position indicated the man had gone to sleep beside a camp fire and rolled into it No papers were found in his clothes Howard wandered from the home of relatives in Tucson Arix believing he might find his old Minnesota friends a little way out on the they said Buckeye is 160 miles west of Tucson Efforts to been futile consin Minnesota the tas They will make their home in Chicago There wilL be ho services on next Sunday All members are invited to the annual Missions Day of Redeemer congregation Marshalltown Services will be held in Riverview Park Pastors Schliepsiek and Boehm will be work will be discussed Among the subjects which will be department will be home furnishing household agement on the farm nutrition child care tional programs for rural ities standards in cooked ihas also announced selecting the champion farm women of Iowa in connection with this position In With the Des Moines State College and other groups nominations of farm women parts of Iowa are sought District winners are to be selected and these ners will be brought to to be honored by state officials Nomination blanks may be ob- tained by writing to the State Fair Board the speakers Marshalltown The ladies of the congregation will find Howard have altho posses have combed the desert near Tucson Earl Howard recently re- turned to Wheaton Minn where he publishes a after giving up the search Mrs Leroy Richards of loo who came to Marshalltown the first of the week and visited at the Chas Brisbois home is spending a few days at the home of her mother-in-law Mrs Rosa Richards Notice The advertising com- for the Homecoming is getting out a special letterhead announcing the particulars and all those who write letters are re- quested to secure a few Leave orders at Reporter office 2 In Memoriam In memory of our daughter Maxine Mahle who died July the Theodore Mahle and Family clock of life is wound but once And no man hat the power To tell just when the band will stop At late or early hour Now is the only time you Live love toil with a will Place no faith in tomorrow For the clock may then trill Miss Zella O'Neal made ness trip to Ames Tuesday ing going on from there to Greenfield to spend a few days with her friend Miss Emma Soderberg Miss Mildred Gaunt who has been working at the Kresge store in Marshalltown since last Octo- ber is enjoying a week's tion at her home preparatory to a month's work at the Deaconess hospital when she will enter for three years of as a nurse The Pussy Willow Garden club will meet Monday evening July 7 at 7 o'clock at the borne of Chas serve a free lunch at noon to all present On July 10th-the local Ladies Aid will entertain the town Ladies Aid at the home of Mrs Alfred Harem Harem and Mrs F Gummer t will be the joint hostesses Chapel L T Sunday School at 10 ence Hartwell Supt Church Service at 11 o'clock evening p m A cordial welcome to all See Southern Cross Max he is sure he saw the Southern Cross pass over his farm about day He states it crossed just about over big plane with the letters plainly visible on the underside of the plane If it really was the noted airplane it is evident it had missed its course for it was to have followed the mail plane route over Iowa which would have taken it over Iowa City and Des Moines Beane Mr Sullivan a designer of the Midwest Nursery company will be present to give a stration on arranging flowers Will everyone please bring garden flowers which they wish arranged and containers for same Picnic at Boone A very enjoyable picnic dinner was held at the Ledges State Park at Boone Sunday Those pating in the event were Mr and Mrs M T Tostenson Mr and Mrs Lester Hastings of Long Beach Calif Mr tram Sawyer and family of San Diego Calif Mr and Mrs nard Russell and family Mr and Mrs K E Thompson and ily Mr and Mrs John Haynes and family Edna and Vernon Thompson Iver Iverson Mr and Mrs Chas Dunham and family Mr and Mrs Will Dunham Lewis and Everett Dunham and Abel Sawyer all of LeGrand Mr and Mrs T M Sawyer and ily and Mrs Crissie Arnold of Fort Dodge Nature's Painting In the past few weeks the Re- porter has recorded several inter- esting items chief among which was the finding of the elk antler in Davidson creek Note these candidates for the new museum While at the quarries not long since in search of fossils the writer picked up a curiosity On the broken surface of a large slab there appears a specimen of painting There is a beau- array of figures closely re- sembling a forest of ferns or trees Just what it is and how it was formed is what is bothering most people who have seen it Step over and inquire about it Another specimen on exhibition is a small slab with glacial ings also a couple of little with planed surfaces showing the reverse of the glacial action The specimens were picked up in the south quarry It is all very interesting
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