Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Pella Press: Wednesday, August 10, 1932 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Pella Press (Newspaper) - August 10, 1932, Pella, Iowa                                W Give Me Your not to r bnt to win this crusade to Re store America to Its Own THE PELLA When yon need Publicity bring It to the It Is a good newspaper and believes In the community In which It Is 45 THE PELLA AUGUST PEK YEAK CHAMBER COMMERCE GYSBERT VOS ENJOYS HOLIDAY JADLY HURT FULLY TWO HUNDRED PAKTICI WHILE DRIVING ON FEDERAL THE REAL MENACE Rv Albert PATED IN AFTERNOON PICNIC i FRIDAY EVENING Last Friday afternoon at HIGHWAY WITH A TEAM AND BlGUV WAS STRUCK BY AN AUTOMOBILE TREASURY ssr nrnin contingent arrived many had th causing the team to run assembled on the grounds and were a Vos into the indulging in games of various kinds waiting for the fireworks to uucn Upon the arrival of the main body The driver of the car stopped and the program of the evening called assistance and the driver ot Mens and womens foot team was carried to the home of throwing the ball by the Bogaard and Fred Carpenter boys races and other sports were It was thought for a time indulged in and the women were Vos was suffering from a broken awarded with prizes donated by As soon as the Injured man chants of the The game of be he was taken to his tenball played between the business home and later to the Mahaska coun men and clerks was won by the busty It was found he hao iness men team by a close suffered a severe sprain of the back There was also a game between the and it is thought no serious results New Sharon Night Hawks and the would Pella This was a very Inj Vos had been to the James Ver teresttag The AllStars winPloeg north of and was ning by a score of 10 to During on his way home when the accident this game the crowd was indulging in the driver a picnic a number brought of the was also going east and their food and the Chamber furnishfailed to see the horses and buggy in ed near beer aind ice time to prevent hitting them as the Those who did not bring buggy carried no red light One of the lunch was served by the Welfare horses was badly cut about the legs the funds received were and the buggy completely demolish turned over to the League for relief i One of the spirited events was Driving at night with horse proj an auction sale of merchandise dopelled vehicles is very dangerous unI nated by the merchants of the iesg the vehicle is equipped with I and among other things was a late f ront and back lights as a driver of a i model of the celebrated j on a dark is unable to see donated by that company to j the danger This is what j be the proceeds to go toward caused the Other states local welfare The machine require all vehicles on public high brought Herman being the lucky After Ihe closing of the auction sale President of the George called the gather ing together and made a short talk on tha promotion of a swimming pool in He then introduced who explained the proposed plans now on foot to furnish a suitable pool for Pella He ways to carry lights in order to warn drivers of autos of the but it seems the precaution is not compulsory in but it should I VAN GORP GEORGE VAN GORKUM DIES OF APPOPLEXY STARTS ON DUTIES PROMINENT YOUNG MAN FERS FROM STROKE DIES SHORTLY AFTER SDK GEORGE VAN GORKUM NOW AV ANU FIHATED WITH AWTRY LAN KELMA FURNITURE HOUSE The community was shocked last George Van Gorkum who for over Thursday morning upon learning ton years was connected with the Al the sudden death of Van Gorp sop Oppenheimer furniture depart which occurred at his home at ment at Oskaloosa and lately with i that morning from the effects of a at DCS has jhtroke of About accepted a position with the Awtry the members of thc family were Lankelma Furniture house of this awakened from their slumbers by n and started on his duties last call made by the stricken man and immediately went to his assistance George was born in Pella and after and found him In a dying his school years eTnbarked in the mer Carpenter was called and cnntile He has had exten arrivcd shortly before the patient sive experience in the furniture busi Awtry Lankelma have been I The deceased seemed to be in good fortunate in securing his He health upon retiring the night before has a wide acquaintance throughout and had been working on some this part of the state and will prove screens for a farm house during tho a valuable man to this previous On Wednesday even1 He extends a hearty Invitation to ing he attended the ball game anl his many friends to visit him at this retired at the usual store and assures each and every one The deceased was a member of that they will receive the same cour Rhynsburger Van Gorp Electric j teous treatment with his new em shop and had been connected with ploycra as they have In past dealings the firm for the past twelve years with He was formerly engaged in tho As soon as things can be arranged architecture and contracting Van Gorkum will move his fam During his life he came in conj ily to Pella and once more become tact with a large number of citizens permanent The business men and won for himself a warm friendj of Pella extend to him a hearty wel ship in the hearts of everyone with whom he came in We understand he will occupy the The deceased was 47 0 manse of the Second Reformed months and 27 days of age and church at I leaves to survive him a Roy father and moth and Van one and a host of The funeral services were held from the home Saturday THE HERWYNER PICNIC PREPARATIONS KE1NG MADE FOR BIG TIME AUGUST 10 AT VAN DUSSELDORP GROVE S August at and from the Sec ond Reformed church at George Menning In terment ut Gracelund SILAS WEBB REACHES IDAHO GREAT JUBILEE KtAUihb 1UAKU also Slid there had been perfected a Webb stepson of Vander j Talk about nerve and las stepson of Vander OSKALOOSA RANK working organization who were now Linden of this decided to join VORfUAJUiMi DrlllR planning the finances and securing th nunPhinestaff of his uncle at blue prints and other information IdahoIndstaVted for that MAHASKA COUNTY STATE BANK lating to the and hoped the 8tate hia blcycie on July Silas people who were able would help libreached hlB destination on Auust eraJly in putting over the I last covering the distance of As darkness came everybody was x 50Q ln 12 an average of feeling fine and expressed themselves 100 a Silas is 16 years of aajiavlng spent a pleasant age and no doubt an Al The outdoor meeting proved be puncner if he is as persistent in yond a doubt that in cooperation that work things can be accomplished for the doy community that the Cham1 ber should be supported by every business institution in the city and by every family in this community for this as long as it is functioning is working to ne was m reaching Ten nrOTllfnAlPT MAM IWICG KcMAUKANl MAN UvEO nr O i nnB n aJrt ATT DISAPPEARANCE At 1 and business element of Of there will be some mistakes but who andwhat organiza tion But Jf you are mttendinar meetings regu you can call attention to any mistakes and prevent them being as well aa present your ideas of community You can not LLOYD OF DUTCH LEAVES FOR PARTS UN KNOWN Lloyd purchased Inn of Thomas Wade some two or three months changed base quite sud denly last Saturday when he packed up a lot of cigarettes and k in the restaurant and left proceed to do foolish but those things worth The two kittenbaU games played last Thursday at the Chamber of Commerce picnic at Koles tourist camp was won by Merchants Maplethorp not only left but he also left unpaid wholesale bills and Tom In the Hiss sudden disappearance Is puz over 2ing his many Cedar Rapids the Clerks by a score of 7 to 5 whllo he has en OIENS FOR BIO 1A RAOE PUT ON BY CITIZENS AND BUSINESS MEN i I The people of Oskaloosa and com munlty donned their holiday nttire In real earnest this morning when It was announced that the Mahaska County j State bank was once more ready to i resume business with the public i through the loyalty of its depositors who signed waivers permitting their deposits to remain Intact with the Institution for three years at Inter Everybody felt so jubilant that the Oskaloosa band was called a pa rade of citizens formed and marched around the business section with every make a People from rural districts came in and joined the It cer tainly was a gala day for The opening of the bank was made possible by the depositors signing believing that a going bank was better than two in the hands of a receiver and a 75 per cent which shows that the people are finally coming to their sober Money not in banks or does more Sun Assails Stone Chairman Stone appears to the New York Sun as feeling pretty chipper since the farm board he heads has succeeded In ridding Itself of most of its stabilization stock of I want to the boys go to the Sun quotes They said could push prices up if it were not for stabilization so nows their Taxpayers will hope that the boys may be able to gratify de clares the That the mar ket for grain may readjust It self in a manner to regain for part of the public the millions that he Stone and his col leagues nave taken from all of the public to buy grain store it and dis tribute It graciously or for BUSINESS HOUSES CLOSE FOR PICNIC POLITICS AT THE KNOXVILLE FAIR A number of the Herwyncrs held a meeting last Saturday evening for the purpose of making preparations to hold the annual Herwyner This is one of the largest attended gatherings held in this people from many states motoring to Pella to be present at the gathering of families whose ancestors were i born in the Province of Henry socalled amateur Many of these old Her will speak to the afternoon wynen citizens still and look crowd in the grand stand forward to this annual gathering August at This anwith great anticipation and nounccment will be of interest to A very Interesting program is gen those who have been making plans to orally and is being per hear fected for the event this Possibly one of the largest picnics Word has just been received by thc which will be held at the Van Dussel of the County Farm Union held here managemcnt that dorp south of this In assembled at the Grundman Krascnei of candidate for on August north of this i lieutenant governor on the Demo Everybody Is Invited to come out While the program was not as excratlc will speak to the grand and spend the and bring their tensive aa In other the time stand crowd August dinners with Those who do not was well filled by Glenn at Those who have care to be bothered by preparing president of the Iowa Farm heard Kraschel say that a their dinner can get a very fine lunch who discussed the various depart great speech Is In store for his Uswhich will be served by the Porter ments of the organization and the vllle Cemetery Aid present conditions of the middle j SecretaryLeen Hackert Informs us west farmers and the The n HA Til AIJ that there will be good speakers remainder of the program was filled U present and that everybody will have State and Na intiu nimPPn a big Come LARGE CROWD ATTEND FARM UNION PICNIC THIS AFTER NOON JOHN DEN BURGER tional Farm Holiday Us purpose and Slckler made a very comprehensive talk on BHOTHER OF THOM the alms of the association but In the raft haMly comprefasud how the alms would benefit the farm The holiday might curtail KNOXVILLE ASKING IOWA C1TV 1 MOVIES of this BUYS VAN VLIET INTEREST IN BEL A deal was consumated last Satur day whereby Dick Den Adel pur VUrttaSe I There mU8t bc 80me tonZmw Swish Vliet in tne uen doming store anu hv rnrmara to Hccure better MIUO PETITION IS SAID TO CONSIST OF WHICH WOULD MEAN SUNDAY SHOW oultry and egg dealers secure a very t cu at farm products far below their actual I ed by the farmers to secure better by a 10 to 8 PELLA BAND GIVEN BIG RECEPTION MAHASKA COUNTY CITIZENS HEAR PELLA BAND AT OSKA LOOSA Wade visited Cedar Rapids the fore part of the week and consulted the parents of the The Maple thorp family are very fine are much perturbed over of their ecnus th holiday will ef r rtapius narm than a big fire In which every took possession of the same on Mon ll burns ls lostWithout money day In circulation no one can anJ Den Adel was one of the mem grow worse and worse until hers of Faassen Den who feet the consumer andplace him In a are completely If you established the Bell a number of j position where he will not be able to money get it Into circulation years During his business ca buy the necessities which are chiefly and help yourself as well as your reer he has made many warm friends farm causing a lower slump Banks may lose money in business as well as By con weeks Knoxvllle papers stat mornlng where he had been tak ed that Knoxvillo citizens were pre g aged 77 paring to ask the city council of that He leaves to survive him a place to call an election for the pur one four Mew poae of deciding as to Sunday movies permitted in that that at that time had been secured poti for CANNING FACTORY like any other but they arc eclentious work and strict attention safe until you lose your head and be to the business he has built up a fine then nothing IH trade which has finally enabled him Roy Livingston and Miss Flor statement prices for their but It an of whom llvc ln Dos Moines 2mo pears to us thatjiolldays will not do one living at Beth AUUU i two sisters of this and Henry De of The funeral services were ed from the Hamilton Funeral 1U today at come We can cheerfully pat the The farmer must realize that he must send men to Congress who will FXTRA MANAGER SELS REPORTS MANAGER SELS The Pella Canning started the iiie uiii1B madhlnery for the eeasons pack of IITT1 C MDI nf thla The JUI 1 I llll UlIUl HEAD FRACTURED The Pella band gave an evening program at Oskaloosa Wednesday evening of last This courtesy has become an annual event and from the large attendance Wednes day is looked forward to with much anticipation by the citi zens of our neighboring Pella has a fine band and it Is drawing immense crowds every Sat urday as well as at the Tuesday evening concerts every other The program at Oskaloosa was made up of several very fine selec Interspersed with popular numbers as enchores and the large that the pack will be fully aa large as children a grindstone was toppled audience heartily applauded each and that of last year and that the quality over in some unknown manner strik every Much credit Is due Of tomatoes is exceptionally the little knocking her to the Director Ramsey for his untiring ing to the perfect weather conditions the stone lighting on her forts in building up a fine musical j during July and up to the present head organization from home talent The prices this year are lower j It wafl for a time that she Many Pella citizens accompanied than in 1031 but those who are rals1 been Sne waa taken into the band to Oskaloosa year as it ing tomatoes this year realize flome ftnd called and tea fine drive and everybody enjoyed more In dollars and cents than last tlent 8omeVhat It iraue wmcn imu imiuiy uimijiuu expand tho money of the to become the sole owner of the up lhc mftrkeU of every country nmanmn nir we can cneeriuiiy PUL me good Dick started at the low wrung ami on the to the American STARTS PACK citizens of Oskaloosa and patrons of his many friends feel that he haa Thefle becn closcd for Hcverui mvn r bank for good judgment earned his new position and all join H of tariffno I uir AND and hope that none of them will ever the Press in extending congratula matter how we figure We must FINK be a party to making a run on their and best wishes for a successful sufflclent Of our surplus to keep financial Institutions through moral our home demand high and until these tomatoes Tuesday of this The factory was all cleaned up In fine machinery oiled up and a small run of tomatoes put up pre paratory to starting a regular force The small daughter of and of employes next Manager Sels states that only 175 were planted this While playing with the other You wo haye aU heard of the aro notntng can hclp tho me fellow who started in the American sweeping out and finally became Among other program numbers oclock pastoral rela Dick Is was the speech of welcome by Mayor tlons committee of Classls Pella has A petition of this size should not only furnish plenty of evidence that an election should be but that after It Is called that there would not be much doubt about there being Sunday pictures in the old town People of Knoxvillo seem to feel like hundreds of other towns in that they must protect their business and young people from go ing to larger towns every Sunday for called pastor to thc First entertainment and eventually to do expects to arrive in Pella the their shopping on week Pella and will be Inseems to feel that these things are INSTALLATION OF THE PASTOR CHURCH The Anthony Haverkamp rc owner of the one of those few Dave living northeast while of this was seriously hurt Tues KLEIN PICNIC the Klein Tops Nationals CharlM Chuck despite a recent bat the National was discovered she had suffered of the She is bad condition with her a home talent play and orchesarrttnged the program for the even itra The late afternoon was The George filled In with two klttenball games paHtor of the Reformed church of and president of will preside and take care of the liturgical part of the Presi dent Doctor Wesselink will preach the Installation the Gerrlt Menning will address the pas tor and George Mennenga to address the other outdoor i It was a fine one which The Klein picnic will be held at everybody Many business tourist part one mile east of on houses were closed in the afternoon August Bring your and proprietors help joined In the Free coffee at dinner and supper Some day mankind will rise In In Burrectlon against the rule of etl Thirteen American presidents have quette that forbids one from drap been United States Ing his napkin over his Those who have raised tomatoes this year have profited many times over that of a similar number of acres of oats or which should e an Incentive for every farmer In his community to cooperate with he factory in producing products for the plant in the 1st Chr Reformed Picnic The First Christian Reformed church picnic is being held at the Ver Meer one and a half miles east of Despite the fact that the Farm Union picnic is on In full there Is a large crowd in A consisting of addresses and was carried out after which a big picnic dinner was indulged Alter a fine feed the younger people the afternoon In outdoor sports while the older ones enjoyed a neigh borly visit The only thing to mar the event was a light shower during the fore Af F CONCERT CHANGED WnVWIl The concert that was to be given by the Oakaloosa band in exchange on Tuesday evening of this week has been changed to Tuesday August Everybody should turn out and give this band a royal wel JEGjARDON In our writeup of the QllesKorf wedding last week Utau Kerfs name Kopt We to cor toe error will not THE On Cash Basis Starting August we adopt ed a cash basis on all Shell both at our uptown and South Pella service A cash service will enable us to give super SHELL OIL STATIONS Sale Uncanceled of Washington bicentennial will more than pay the coata of the it ia because ao many ot them go into ttie books of collectors instead of through the regular postal Uncle Sam la the only publisher in tbo countjy who profile by poor ac cording to the Loa Angelea The pig crop Cor fall and winter marketing ia estimated at about I par cent lean tnan kurt better than keeping business and young people In our own o o SRCOND REP CHURCH 4 Sunday Morning Evening Goulooze will conduct he services both morning and even The unciersifned has purchased the interest of Van Vliet in The Bell Clothing House also known at Den Adel and has assumed all the firm indebtedness and taken ooer all the accounts AU accounts or indebtedness owinf to the firm should be paid to the We Wish to take this opportunity to thank the public for the pleasant business relations we hove en joyed and the many valued friendships made in the It is our and We Will do our best to merit their continuance in the I expect to continue the business on the basis of sincere and friendly furnishing guaranteed merchandise at honest and am looking forward to meeting all tho old friends and making many new at the tame location as the store on the corner of Main and Franklin Den GENE KUYPER TENNIS CHAMP WINS FROM ANTHONY TYSSEL INO IN FINAL SINGLES AT OSKALOOSA DISTRICT TOUR NAMENT Mev millionaire promi nent in American dlc1 Friday from the effects of injuries luffered in an automobile accident Memorial He was the inventor of the double action fcxee Gene Pellas steady net outmanueuvored Anthony Tys a through sets of play in the final Singles match of tho Oakaloosa district tennis tournament at the Fenway courts last Friday afternoon and returned home in pos session of the first annual Oskaloosa district court The aet scores were 62 and Both Kuyper and Tysseling play ed cautious seldom going to the not as they sent soft drives from the back It was Kuy pers ability to return all shots in a steady manner and to pull Tyauel Ing out of position and then send the ball into free territory which brought him an easy Tyssellng Off Form On the other hand Tyesellng waa far below his form of last Wednes day when be defeated the hard driv ing Bill of in three straight Tysaellngs Inability to master his serve brought his down fall on occasions and he lost numerous games on double The Pella netoters enjoyed a mo nopoly on the district ainglee tourna ment with three Dutch entries golr to the werepr aentod to the winner and Senator in Kitchen Hattie Boa ator ftrow home from light to batch ot M TO tave help 8en Huey etyled KingfUh of   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 155 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication