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   Pella Press (Newspaper) - July 27, 1932, Pella, Iowa                                Give Me Your not to win but to win this crusade to Re store America to Its Own Roosevc Historical Dept THE PELLA When you need Publicity bring It to the It to a good newspaper and believes In the community In which It Is 43 THE PELLA JIUA PER YEAR REV HENRY JACOBS TENDERS RESIGNATION IIEVEKBND JACOBS ANNOUNCES HIS INTENTION OF ACCEPTING THE CALL FROM MICHIGAN TO THE RESCUE By Albert Reid Last Sabbath Henry PEOPLE AND CITY AlTIIOKITIKS of the ficcond Reformed an DID NOT LIKE THE TASTE OK from the pulpit of his charge CITY WATER LAST Till USDAV that he had accepted the call from j NOHOW thc Reformed church at much to the surprise and During these exceptionally hot days gret of many of his one is at a loss to find ways of Fremont is a thriving town about keeping but not so with Wilbur 50 miles north of Grand the Paul Van Pete George home of the famous Gerber canning Gaass and John These at present having 500 on the boys know how to beat Old payroll and running 24 hours a did last Thursday Tnis plant furnishes employment to holding a caucus the boys decided 10 over 200 people the year It is I establish a municipal swimmin pool traveling men state that Fremont and they hied themselves to the city jg about the only town in Michigan water tank and proceeded to climb where there is no The Gcr that 125 feet and investigate the ber besides regular canning of slbllltles of the cool and refreshing fruits and has recently put waters of the city They di on the market Gerbers strained vege vested themselves of their overalls table juices and Gerbers Baby and proceeded down the ladder into The church ia a smaller church than the tank and found that it was cool the second Reformed church of and inviting if not perfectly but has considerable possibilities for a It happened that a neighbor had substantial Several Re1 witnessed their feat and immediately formed church families have telephoned the police what was tak to Fremont from other places re ing place and Paul started out like centiy and are planning to affiliate he was after a boose arriving witn tne Besides it at the tank on short order and found claimed that there is a vast number the lads having a sporty as of uncnurched people living in a wide they called He Immediately got radlus about the offering a1 them down to terre firma and pro good field for some real missionary ceeded to see that they were properly The leaders in the church are dressed for public reception and took enthusiastic about the future of the them to They were released Revcrond Jacobs has ably filled the tell him why they had used the town charge of the Second church in Pella well for a swimming I The city water superintendent have oined the church I Hushed all the mains and emptied the tank of Its contents and those who j During the past five years a new were flnnicky about their water suproof has been laid at a cost of ply were once more I and all furnaces have been renewed On Saturday morning the boys were and forced ventilation given their hearing and stated that cently the church has been redec rumors to the they had orated Inside and the outside wood1 only been In the tank one time and work has been repainted The church that they had not said many things at present has all bills paid and no reported on the The mayor debt The church missionary Miss assessed the boys for their swim Leona Vander Is home at in order to pay for the expense of loss Present on furlough expecting to re of pimping and extra turn to her field of labors in China and that they remain on their home next year MARION COUNTY FREE FAIR lAIK TO FEATlRE MAMMOTH NKIHT SHOW THIS YEAR SAYS I SECRETARY TRABERT I I secretary of the Marion county has announced Ithnt nil plans arc completed for n mammoth program of big city attrac i lions to furnish the entertainment each starting Tuesday 1 August and finishing Saturday i night August 20 Contracts wore recently with Michaels Circus for th THE OPENING OF THE KITTEN BALL OPENS SEASON WITH BIG ATTENDANCE In spite of rain just a few minutes before the start of the first game In tllc opening of the new lighted ball i which will a lirge crowd of about lo consist of wire was on hand to see their favor trapeze singing He team competing for honors in tho dancing musical and in new Kittenball League under a new fact every type of attraction necoslighting system snry to make the best night show The first game was between the 1 program ever offered by the Marion Oil station and Star Oil This j county Even the Pony and game was very exciting for the spec I Monkey circus will be on hand to tailors and the two teams put up a 1 lighten the hearts of the kiddies as fine game considering the condition I well as the grown folks This of the grounds caused by Ihe as year two complete changes of pro t was very muddy and sippery This gram will hold forth during the above game was hard fought and belonged five A new program will open to anyone unlil Ihe The Shell i Tuesday night and will entertain for won by a 13 to 9 j two or three then this program The next game on the program was I will give way to another program of between the Knotholers and Sams feature acts which will hold the Jockeys Without a doubt this was I boards for the balance of the engage a game that was an outstanding event There will also be a feature of the As the game pro program of day time attractions ceeded the ground conditions became which will hold forth each afternoon It was easily seen that these starting August 17 and finishing two teams were out for The August a bunch of I Feeling that they have contracted showed lots of ginger and proved a j the best program In the Marion hard nut to crack for any of the county fair is desirous of having teams in the Their hitting 1 every family in the county and fielding was up to a high stan they have reduced the several times sensational admission to the grandstand to 25 catches were pulled off in the field I cents except on days of auto As save I a special inducement to the people of The Jockeys also have a well bal the season tickets to the anced and some very nice grandstand show will be sold which playing was demonstrated by mem will permit thepurchasers to see the bors of lnc tcam the gnme a greater price fiml beforc cluge tne Henson wil icason will the conn be the Thj AC DENTAL FA iS DEA IS OF LL HE premises for two weeks unless accom panied by their The boys have evidently concluded LARGE CROWD ENJOYS KITTENBALL GAME Two games of Kittenball was en joyed by a large crowd on Monday evening when the Knotholers and Rolscreen tangled in a league The Knotholera took the lead at the start but it was not long until thetr opponents let them know that they While the writer does not always WHILE BIDING ON IUJNBOAKD were In the fighting This was BLOOD FOLLOWING their lot is hard and sometimes try that it might be better and cheaper Ing like that of the but Rev to use the old bath tub at home in erend Jacobs has done a wonderful the work since he cast his lot In The greatest miracle is that none of and we regret to learn of his decision of them were drowned In their escapj to leave for other fields He has been had finished his threshing and the screen The next and last game OF AUTOMOBILE AIIIE VAN the first game for the Rolscreen aa HAAFTEN JUMPED OFF RE they have just but when CKIVING INJURIES WHICH they have played a few days they will PROVED FATAL a hard aggregation to The score at the end of the seventh Last Thursday Arle Van Haaften Inning AN OPERATION FOR APPENDIX TAKES LIFE OF MARION VAN UER HEIDEN Marion Vander ade as the tank Is conlcle shape and progressive In his work and like crew was moving to another job and night shows at even A contei tys most is to be The sides being crowned Queen of th Immediately following this game will receive a cash three innings was played by two girls Ladies between the ages of fifteen teams that have been and thirtyfive wishing to enter This game showed that the girls contest should register with thc secwere as well adapted to play thla retary as soon as All contesgame as the as they showed hit tants will receive a liberal commlsting ability as well as fielding anu sion on all season grandstand tlckctn base running and with a little more practice will be able to pay among Henry Field to Speuk Fair the best girl teams in the Henry Republican candidate gcore was 2 to the Hour inC Iowa politics rne last 6ame of the evening was the Marion county free between Amsterdam and the Pella August fair officials supposed to be two of tne best teams in the The I In a letter written from Shenanlarge crowd who was waiting for this wno WHS doah nome Qf lne trounced M at iiuiuo ui amateur polltl game was tuned up to their highest was Knotholers 11 and Rol operated on for appendix troubles at wno lrounced Senator Smith rooting as the visitors were ac the Mahaska county at Os w Brookhart ln thc June companled by a true bunch of was be last passed away last Umt he comc the Independcnts had their flr Juiy irom perounius Knnxvlne to vlcw exnlbtts at the ing squad on the lines to protect their the especially in the center M Bruins and Bernte will Arle concluded to ride the short tween the Shell Oil and Postofflce In s of the tank Is very feeding eave behind htm the regrets of many tance on the running board of the this game was found some hard rollowea closely aiier wUn the crowds nnd deliver a so all during the game there s outside the church as well as They started to pass the thresh glng by both teams erat agea monuis ana addresg was aome very interesting water to a 10inch main that connects friends with the water mains of the Superintendent Schrelner has pad locked the place and it Is safe to say that there will be no more swimming from our er while going out of fleld The hell teths hla aeDfLrture trom our ci wiinc KUJUK i r rtto family and in doing so the young man start which thy maintained throughI He leaves to survive him a wdow fUAMDCD Tsoclal as w eTl as church clr thought they were going to hit the out the but were pressed sevand three children father and tHAMDUl road and eral times and the game progressed Mr and Martin to them mail box on the side of DEATH OF PEARL BENJAMINENGLISH INTERDENOMINATIONAL BIBLE CONFERENCE AT CEDAR JULY 31 A telegram was received by IT Viersen Tuesday morning from Dan announcing the death of his Pearl BenjamlnEnglsh which occurred sometime Monday night resulting from an operation in the hospital in that The news of the death of Eng umiiiK many Pella Pearl Cedar Falls Bible conference begin miles northeast of this place at ning July and closing oclock and from the Second Reformed church of this city at oclock Among the speakers engaged are Monday Reverend Jacobs of The remains were laid to they have friends ui deal cf i The deceased had been employed iu Mahaska county hospital that night trouble beforc the close of the sea the at until I where medical aid was rendered but I recently when he moved with his fam the contact with the obstacle caused j Errors were responsible for many X to Pella and was engaged with ins concussion of the brain and the palscores to their opponents The post tient died at oclock Friday team proved that they also haU had a hitting team and are going to He leaves to survive him a cause lots of trouble to opposing father In thc cement business I The funeral services were con ducted street ictcd at the home on Washington towards KoolH tourist camp f July at Kcnenil together and d from thc Baptist church at starting at oclock in th 13 years of and pHchW ofnciiiT Stlrllns Cedar is evident from his Mary Thc scorc at Ule of tnc 0 at Oakwood was Shell Oil Postofflce 11 host of Tne funera services were conduct leresling and helpful program at the ed from the home three and a half both sides urging their favorites to The Braafhart with the as PIPNIP sistance of Chief and the IlVnV auaoBt perfect fielding of the Indo pendents brought them a victory of 8 AT KOOL8 to who was on the VE PLANS BEING mound for the Amsterdam MADE FOR BUSINESS MENS pltched a good but did not PICNIC have the support of his team which was mostly responsible for thc On Aulnist the Pella bus amount of scores obtained by their men and their families will trek for a No admissions are charged to these games and everyone is welcome 10 comc mlt nml There will D be games played on Wed the array of speakers and teachers to her tnat PIana nave becl macle for aP An the aft at which time the houses are requested to close on that as she is better remembered was the daughter of Benjamin and Suifday August Lottie ViersenBenjamin She haa thc made Danville her home since Rev puxt0n her father being engaged in the must Ellgland Hald to be one of the six their last rest in Graceland cemcterj PELLA GOLFERS Among those attending the funeral chnmlicr services from out of town were ComlIUrcu members unl week and Kd Blum and Maxine and of S John and Kdward VandT and id Fridays of each A collection was taken up Friday their will up IhiTr evening to defray the expense of troubles in their old lunch bag and lighting the grounds anda verymce frlfnds of the Chamber together with cal business in that one of the pIatfOrm men in that country north of this oldest music houses In that part of ne wijj deiiver a series of addresses Illinois and formerly owned by on tne Me9aage Of thc Minor Pro OF PR01V1INFNT a brother The mother nav pneta for the men of and ULtnin 1 Ing passed away some three or four geverai inspirational sermons years i William who is considered i There were no particulars regardone of the foremost Bible teachers of ing the death of English only tnls COUntry will give a series of JAMES REMPE DIED AT that the funeral services were to be Btudiea in One of the and MERCY HOSPITAL AT O8KA conducted Thursday morning of this also gome adddresses i LOOSA SUNDAY MORNING The remains will be Interred wlulam editor of the in the cemetery in that beside the useful paper James one of the those of her young and one of the prominent women of the vicinity of and and John and of ULH Mines Joe Pella golfers defeated Grinnoll at Martin Vandir Hulden and nl committees lo pruvllle for Coach low medalist with an The results Perrlng Grinnell lefeatcd Vandun Oever 2 and Boland Pella defeated Phclpn 2 and Ramsey Grinnell defeated Van have been aml others interested wish to thank entertain who donated to help make these games a success The lights are well arranged and the fields can see to field a ground ball and flies as well as the We urge our people to turn out to wife and of Har Bankets will be enabled to pur these and encourage the dif I Pella golfers defeated Grinnell at Martin Vander Ilnlden and and Coach that place last Friday by a score of Walter Dan Dingeman and lllul ictcr Hcerema looking of shot the and of after formcr ttnd Dcn Adel lowest medal score of the day with and of New Sliar Vander Ploeg thc IFIfiHTON WOMAN an 82 Bi McKarlin was GrlnneHs on Vander Hutden and Ray cftre uko lhcir ITvllulll vulth nn wife and of Har muidlnil to nur Red Alley and of leaders in work for and with young died at Mercy hospital at Kamsey lunnneiij c STARS DFFFAT KNOXVILLE talSSmS to his Poypula last Sunday morning at denberg Pel a 2 and OlnlXJ IVllUAflLLLi he wm nave several forum oclock after an illness of short I Ossle Snyder Orlnne KITTENBALL SCHEDULE chase light lunches at the picnic ferent teams who arc striving to grounds Uie proceeds to go toward furnish you amusement during the the Community Welfare Ice early evening hour during the cream and cold drinks will be served mer These games cost you free to the I In addition to the entertainment provided by the above named commlt wlth pastors Otho Grinnell Aged 45 9 months Winter 1 and a i Kittenball jmu winuii wm uc defeated acUvitteH just and in in next now to order that thc fans may know their attond tnia picnic by keeplnb the datu tViA iiran vl V r SL in IlUUlp WIvJi uctDWUt p t m tfctfcuiiu fjj The Star Oil and Knoxvllle kittentholow Mt New pasand 13 Keith Bennett Grinnell tied with dates we are publishing the weekly of AujfU8t 5 open Bring your coolest ball teams played to a goodsized tor of one the large and successful The deceased was one of the leading Baer 1 and Schedule of starting Friday garme0ntB and wear the best smile crowd Tuesday evening IBi a Otis women of the neighborhood In which vandermeulen Pella defeated night of this i you can sUr Up for Its going to be a ference battle which resuitea in a one8ecretary of American she lived and enjoyed a large friendMorriBon 2 and July 29Stamps Knotreal community affair and grouches sided acore of 14 to This Her death Is keenly felt by all McFaplln GrinnelI defeatcd Wfl taHii hf i f jejd Beoretary of the AmerlcanKuro inose wno Knew twc nUie C ffc6 and others who will she leaves to survive her a in fho TnHipa won addresses on special one son and brothers and sis n 1 president of the has ters and a host of loving py a mure ui m been persuaded to give his effective The funeral services were conducts 1 address on The Christian from the home Tuesday afternoon at i I Une in a IhOUSand I Special attention has been given to oclock and from the Ebenezer musical features this Kinchurch at Leighton at m of will be the song terment at Evergreen and Klndlg wlll be one of he pianists this She and Klndlg wlll have charge of the work or boys and Zartmann has lad them with him In three other con Vivian Trlpp Outland will be present again this year for loth vocal and instrumental and The Iowa State Teachers College Or give a musical program on ot aged 54 and on Thursday night there weu and One and one Jean U allowedA initte Olympic Village near when thoutaiMf o foreign and athletefare homed and ready lor the Sbe DEATH OF MISS LYNN PLATT Miss Lynn who has been 111 the home of her Bert Nesblt 2 and McFarlin Grinnell Shlnn 2 and Lawton Grinnell defeated De m llolscrcens Shell OH m August Oilers will not be Winter Pella 3 and and Wormhoudt Pella Grinnell tied 0 to Lankelma Pella defeated Galla gher Grinnell 2 and Smorenberg Pella defeated West 3 and Boat Pella and Merritt Grinnell tied 1 and Rysdan Pella defeated Lonergan 2 and McFarlin Grinnell n I Jockeys Booknau August Stamps Rolscreen p Shell Oilers SHELL STATION BEING DRESSED UP n o voca an nsrume v 4 milea aoutheaat of or class and private voice Jg welks passed Stutn Cnlleira OrlnU fyerr rne iowa Biaie ueacners away at oclock Thursday after ProfeBSor will Jul 21 a lmgering Workmen have been busily engaged In redecorating the Shell Oil station August Star at the intersection of Washington Oilers street and managed by A The new color scheme of These games will be played on the the Dutch Shell corporation will be athletic field with an Illuminated orange yellow and French the fleld You will be comfortable and body of the trimmings of yellow cool unless you get unduly excited trimmed In The body gray has defeated oyer the we might add also been adopted by the company as a that you bring a little change along distinguished color of all Shell service The deceased waa well and popu win oe a prograni py larly known throughout the entlrs Concert having3taught in various schools throughout this community ity Ministers mhMkn She waa a work byIowawhen she was taken attorSne came to Pella and waa staying1 with her sister and Bert Van who showed her every care and consideration unttl death stepped in and relieved her of ber She leaves to survive ber two Bis Bert Van living ter part of last week from admiring where he purchased a new Tbg funeral services were conduct stock of shoes for hte new from nome goutheast of town which will open about the second Saturday afternoon at and Vander Zyl Pella defeated Edge you as collections wlll bo taken stations to enable the traveling public 3 and I to defray the cost of balls and to quickly find the legitimate filling Langerak Pella defeated The boys will furnish All leased stations or prl Chlld 2 and ment and you ought to defray the exvate conducted stations will retain Molsberry Grinnell defeated Dyk Watch for schedule games the old colors of yellow and red with stra 2 and land s Brock Grinnell defeated Constanfrom this time tine 3 and Hayes Grinnell defeated Van HAIR CUTS Vliet 1 and iinm vwiw Randall Pella defeated Ping 3 and Richardson Grinnell Waechter 2 and I and standings of teams In the Presa out the Verrips haa taken over the South Pella station anc Lawrence Klein will be the attendant In charge The very best service In oils and tendant service Is prom ised to CLEANERS DEFEAT During the month of an the money taken In at Sunnyslde defeated Beauty Shop for Hair CuU goes to WILL OPEN SHOE STORE ABOUT MIDDLE OF week in August in the room formerly the Baptist church of city occupied by the Van Bees Reverend Nordlund on Main street Interment In Oakwood Pothoven Informs us that be cemetery beside tne remains of her will carry a complete line of to father and who passed along Judge Hamilton Grinnell defeat ed FulU 8 and President Nollen Grinnell defeat ed Carpenter 8 and Grant Pella defeated Sangster 2 and De Winter Pella defeated Hamilton 8 and Van Reea Pella defeated Walker 3 and Vlrden Grinnell defeated Ulrlch 8 and Ohensman Pella defeated Star buck B and the Pella Welfare League to help OAUO lAflfFYC 11 TO care for needy families this j 0 11 Iv Women and children remember this and help the Welfare League in PELLA WELFARE O SECOND REP CHITKCH Henry Pastor O Thursday of week Knoxville The Cleaners took th Jockeys into camp last Wednesday evening at the Ver Meer eas of this city by a score of 11 to The game was a red hot one from the both teams being out tr The Jockeys errors were ro sponsible for several scores to thel The Cleaners took ad Whole Council vantage of every play which netted them enough scores to The p Cleaners IB a new organ meet the publics several yean M i i nave name of tne will play a return game with Pella on Both messages by Reverend terial in any of the I local All those interested will be in the nature of special end wUlj are invited to out well around Roosevelt Ends Cruise Democratic prwidential Franklin vaMtlon crujtc   

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