Le Grand Reporter, July 4, 1930

Le Grand Reporter

July 04, 1930

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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 FRANCjgGRANTEP Fort Dodge, Des Moitws Southern Will Opwie tO'WaterlbfliVia Toledo and tami W. W.Ralph, Dr. C. V. Gilliland of University of Southern. Cali- and Dr. Henry Edwin McGrew, pastor Friends church, conduct the ser- Gazette. A-ffranchise: was granted last 3 the; Fort Dodge, Des Southern Railway com- the..operation 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 fcamed ;from Tama, Montour and: f Jiist what benefit these new as yet. problemat- paving.. is' finished be- Toledo and Waterloo Primary- 59. Tuesday at; the Burbank hospital; Mrs. Robert J. of -God's own elect. women, one; of ;saints of c Owensmouth, loved and beloved; by all 'who knew her, passed-from thisearth- her..labors to her tri- umph and "reward and coronation -Local News and Personals.. Mj-s. J: L. who has been confined to her bed for a is.much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Anderson of Des Moines, spent Sunday at the Theodore Mahle home. .Mrs. Mae Draper and son Jun- iorj, of Marshalltown, visited 'over the Adair home.' Bruce Rogers" and family, of at the home of Mri: arid Mrs'. James Rogers." V _ Miss Bessie .Specht, of Mar- shall town i'" visited Sunday at the home of herparerits, Mr; a'nd Mrs. Prof, and Mrs; ;Thomas and of the- .state univer- sity, were-Sunday "callers at the B. H. Bea'ne home. Mr. Ralph Hoover and family, of are visit- ing at the Walter Weitzell and Kerhal Thompson homes. '.The Ladies Aid will serve the usualhot chicken sandwich supper at the Aid rooms Saturday even- ing July 5, from until all are served. Price, 25c. -in 'the: skies of She had. but one all coMuihing love: that would not let- her that she never desired to andf: that; was her Lord arid Savior Jesusi Christ; one organization to which: ;gave her-jtjirie- and; talent and He tried to SMILE, when'things looked And never held a He strove to see And forged straight to the topi people said; a big A PULL'S :the thing that-.helped him win! He'heard their a "grin, But naught could make him stop. He tried when "odds" were; thick; Through thick and thin, he'd bravely STICK, And m.the 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 thirigs-as they came! He had'his share of "frefcand Arid yet no matter what the trial He'd try to irieetit'witha That's -HOW-he won the game... Edward Hungerford. Friends Church. Rtv. Taylor Guthrie, PatUr 0. W. John- Edna John- 10 Bible School, son, Supt. :11 Junior son, Supt. 11 a. m. Worship. Theme: "Christian Freedom." 7 C.E. Service. 8. "The Strength of a Nation." Wednesday 8 p. m. Prayer meeting. A cordial welcome. FARM EXHIBITS AT lOWHTATEFAIR Champion Farm Women to Be Picked and Honored by State Fair Officials; "Hide your.faces, holy angels! O thou Christ of God, forgive! Sink, O Night, among thy mountains! Let the cool, gray shadows fall; Dying brothers, fighting demons, drop thy curtains over all! 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 ier: liprd.: -She missionary at White gave one Mr. "and Mrs. Ralph Mills, Mr. and; Mrs. Andrew "Vandefvelde Sunday. Dr! arid and.. Ernest -Mills were at the home of Mr. and Duncan and family, Rosa B eebout ancl .daughter; Miss Anna Laura White, 'to Japan; she is most piece of work among and Jun- ior .College Women of Japan. This daughter was.; cabled for when, her mbtiier "was taken seriously :ili andmihe Providence otrGod and )n answer.tb prayer, we are up in_ 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 bed- side of lier mother one day before she passed away. They had a blessed day of. fellowship with each other, Mrs.; White remain- ing conscious until' about twenty minutes before her death. Another daughter, Mrs. Har- riet B. Macy; of Murdo, 5. -Dak., arrived a week or so ago. A son, John H. White, of-Escondido, has been with his mother during her illness. Her life to. a" most unusual de- Gibspn .were Sunday: guests at tie ;f Calif., cbritains tlieijiews that the Misses; Wyona and Miss who -left here Monday .morning, June 23, arrived at Whittier, the following Sunday evening at the: home; oi Mr.: and Rosedale., R. L. Pemberton, of was shaking hands with friends here one day this .week. Inci- dentally we learned that R. L. has landed the job of "judging hogs at the Los Angeles fair in Septem- ber. .He: judges -the IsTebraska state fair at Lincoln, Sept. 1 and 2, -land 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 fam- ily history and had been in var- ious other places prior ;.to reach- ing here. She went to 3V- See Southern Cross. Max Radloff-says he is sure he saw the "Southern Cross" pass over his farm about Thurs- day He states it crossed just about over big tri-motored plane with the letters, "UN-USTJ" 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 demon- 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 partici- pating in the event were Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Tostenson, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hastings of Long Beach, Calif., Mr. andvMrs. Ber- tram Sawyer and family of San Diego, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nard Russell and family, Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Thompson and fam- 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 fam- 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 na- ture's painting. There is a beau- tiful 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 plan- ings, also a couple of little "nig- gerheads" with planed surfaces showing the reverse of the glacial action. The specimens were picked up in the south quarry. It is all very interesting. ;