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Russell UnionTribune (Newspaper) - July 12, 1962, Russell, Iowa E. B. 38 "YOUR HOME TOWN Weekly by The Union Publishing Co. Entered as Second Class Matter in the Post Office .at Iowa 1923 JULY 12, 1862 27 OBITUARY ANSEL J. Conceit One's will be no concert J. 56, Northwood Saturday night due to the lack of businessman and funeral home music persons for As died from injuries well need for more in an auto accident south Another practice is scheduled of Hampton Monday for next Tuesday evening former Worth county 7:30 to 9:00 P.M. sheriff and member of the Also a ice social will be wood town died about 6 held in the city park at the first p.m. Monday in a Hampton concert by the Community services were at 2 All Community persons Saturday at the Methodist who to play instruments are church in Northwood with urged to help out and play with Rev. R. summer Burial was in Sunset Rest Mr. Gary Harms is the music tery in Nov. 29, 1905 in Albia to William and Harriet Price He attended Parsons in Fairfield and served in the U.S. corps in the Yangtze River campaign in China from 1927 to 1929. was married to Marjory Johnson on 13, 1942 in the parsonage in He was a CLUB Club enjoyed a picnic at Red Haw Park July 4. Russell Resident services were held July 5 at for a of the Masonic Lodge and former Chariton of Foreign and the He owned and operated Conner Sundries Conner Funeral Home in served as Worth county sheriff for 10 years before resigning in 11959, being elected to six He was a member of the Northwood town council for past three years and served as local service director of the Rqd Cross for several is survived by his wife 16 and twins Lynn and age 12. Also surviving are his father Conner of a David Johnson of four Albert of S. Orville and Lawrence of California and of Sioux S. was preceeded in death by his mother and Elects New Werts who died June 30 at her home born at in and was graduated from Hussell high She attended Highland Park college in Des Moines and taught school for four years in Iowa following her married J. Homer Hancock at Russell in 1908 moved to Montana the same Mrs Hancock was a telephone operator for 22 sons are among Debbie Fla. and Miss Mary Clee Turbot of Grand Neb. are visiting with their Mrs Turbot and other relatives and Clee Turbot the week end with her Mort near Debbie Turbot and Mary Lee Werts were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Maryle Linda Comito of Des is spending this week with her Mrs. Leota and Mips George Wright accompanied and Mrs Ralph Werts to Southeast Iowa over the Points of interest Odessa near Crapo Park in Fort 111. and Re turning by way of to call on the in Milton and the Walter in and Mrs Ira Sims spent last Monday Leadership read Judges 4:8-10. Barak said unto if thou wilt go with then I will but if thou wilt not go with then I will not Judges 4:8. first impression of Barak is apt to that he was a man l ing in There is side to the and that is Deborah was a highly gifted of for leadership in wise in asking Deborah's just like it is for us to from Christian people it means less honor for justt it meant less honor for Barak to seek this Godly woman's Barak was putting his God The Russell Comets won from and country above his own Here is a good les for the the Comets 2 our own country for that out 3. a matter in our own world we are Three pitchers shared the mound very conscious of the many for and es used the forces of evil to get They allowed 3 1 Not infrequently real 17 walks and struck out 3. and statesmanship are connected for a doubly for the sacrificed for very ambi- ' t Community Ice. City School 4-H, Richard Pierce 9-15 Russell 11Utilities 6 This may be happening our Country and and our life and in and in our churches as - When this it is the greatest Mrs Everett Hayes and Ronnie tenington work xn lives of July 3 Legion elected the following officers for the coming Victor Finance Bob Dale Sgt. of Walter Historian George Wright and Keith Lockridge spent Sunday night with Leon visited in the Herbert Hoover home Monday and Lester Hale and son of Kansas ICity spent the week end at the home of his niece Mrs Sims and Sims is a few days at the tome of her grand Dave regular meeting of the Russell Rangers 4-H Club was at the home of Paul McKinley July 2, 1'92. Eleven members answered roll decided to hold our tour Sun July 15th instead of July 8th. voted to donate to the Stephen Pim Memorial served a delicious meeting will toe held at the home of Richard Pierce September 3, 192. Dennis Gartin Reports To regular monthly meeting of the Legion Auxiliary was held at the of Mildred Lockridge Tuesday evening July 10th. Ten members and two visitors answered roll Curran gave a nice account of her stay at Lindeman conducted the installation of the new officers for the coming refreshments were served by hostesses Lockridge and the maternal Ira Sims and Larry May and Mr and Mrs Lloyd May were visiting Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Robert Collins Sunday evening they were supper guests of and Mirs Ray and family in Si V. Sneddeker and granddaughter Cathy Crane of near Nebr. are visiting in the home of her sister Mrs Alta Threlkeld and brother Glenn Johnston and and Fred of have been visiting with aunt and Mildred Lockridge and Joy with other relatives in this Mildred and Joy accompanied them to for the and Mirs Ellsworth and family visited north of Williamson with his Mr and Mrs Chester and Mrs Albert Jeanette and Don and daughter and Carmen Dorsey were dinner Sunday of Mr and Jack Curtis in and Mrs Cecil Hawkins took their granddaughters Barbara and Cecilia Hawkins into their Mir and Mrs Donald Collins Sunday evening after a two weeks Their parents and Charles Hawkins are ait the Baptist Clear Lake and Leonard Douglas and Randy and Paul spent the weekend at Lake Randy remained at Camp Wapello for Senior Patrol Leaders j It is the of every Christian to show that in Christ there is a better We thank Thee our Heavenly Father for the many blessings Thou hast given We thank Thee especially for the joy of salvation in Jesus Help us to serve Thee and to live in full conservation to thy in Jesus For The He who cannot obey cannot G. J. Ver and Mrs Clanin and his mother Ethel Clanin visited Sunday in Clearfield in the Carl Black home and in the home of Harry Mrs Ethel Clanin remained for a Wright has completed his summer work at Simpson in Indianola and will spend the of the summer with his parents Mr and Dave Wright and with his sister and family Mr and Mrs Arlen Huighes in IMt and Mrs Davei Jack and Miss Gloria Randell from Chariton spent the 4th of July in Ayr .at the Arlen Hughes Wright morning for his work at where he is now and Mrs Calvin Allard and Jimmy visited Mr and L. C. Allard Saturday July 7. Linda returned home with Lowell of 111. was a Tuesday morning caller in the home of his Earl Garden on this very hot were 10 every one enjoyed the relaxing Cora pro and Treasurer's call had to do with the gladiola we Not many names were but the the a close of TREEiS of State day's bit of we with the following For wood and veneer for making furniture and other construction filling ditches and burning for lunch wag cooling and and her arrangement of lilies was ' Scout Troop 138 -met thei home of Karen Cummins July 9 at 1:00 two leaders and one visitors practiced tying of and were 25th the troop Girl Scouts had a camp out at Harvey Hulls were present except Sue Ellis Joyce Atwell These attended eamp at cooked supper and breakfast the worked badge and went
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