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Russell UnionTribune (Newspaper) - July 12, 1962, Russell, Iowa ........ ■ -, i --■-••;. ; ■r.'J '.r,■ Mrs. E. B. Lockridge VOLUME 38 "YOUR HOME TOWN NEWSPAPER" Published Weekly by The Union Publishing Co. Entered as Second Class Matter in the Post Office .at Russell, Iowa Febr. 1923 _:___:_ ; _ : _ THURSDAY JULY 12, 1862 NOMEE®, 27 OBITUARY ANSEL J. CONNER No Conceit Saturday Living One's Religion ■-— There will be no concert this (Ansel J. Conner, 56, Northwood Saturday night due to the lack of businessman and funeral home music persons for practice. As director, died from injuries suf- well as, need for more practice, fered in an auto accident south Another practice is scheduled of Hampton Monday afternoon, for next Tuesday evening from Conner, former Worth county 7:30 to 9:00 P.M. sheriff and member of the North- Also a ice .cream social will be wood town council, died about 6 held in the city park at the first p.m. Monday in a Hampton hos- concert by the ¡Russell Community Pital. IMiusic Boosters. Funeral services were at 2 All (Russell Community persons p.m., Saturday at the Methodist who like» to play instruments are church in Northwood with the, urged to help out and play with Rev. R. ¡Roland'iRitter officiating. th e summer band. Burial was in Sunset Rest ceme- Mr. Gary Harms is the music tery in Northwood. instructor. Conner wa s ¡born Nov. 29, 1905 in Albia to William and Harriet Price Conner. He attended Parsons college» in Fairfield and served in the U.S. ¡Marine corps in the Yangtze River campaign in China from Maricfh, 1927 to November, 1929. He was married to Marjory Johnson on ¡Sept. 13, 1942 in the Mjethodist parsonage in Northwood. He was a (member -U-T- T.N.T. CLUB PICNIC Ths T.NjT. Club enjoyed a picnic at Red Haw Park on) July 4. - -- Former Russell Resident Dies Funeral services were held July 5 at ¡Billing®, Mont., for a of the Masonic Lodge and Shrine, former Chariton resident, ¡Mars Veterans of Foreign "Wars and the .Methodist church. He owned and operated Conner Sundries «and Conner Funeral Home in Northwood. Conner served as Worth county sheriff for 10 years before resigning in April, 11959, being elected to six consecutive! terms. He was a member of the Northwood town council for the» past three years and served as local service director of the Rqd Cross for several years. He is survived by his wife Marjory; threq children, Eve, 16 and twins Lynn and Lynnette, age 12. Also surviving are his father ^William Conner of Russell; a stepson, David Johnson of California-plus four brothers, Albert of Huron, S. Dak., Orville and Lawrence of California and ¡Miles of Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Hq was preceeded in death by his mother and brother. -U-T- Legion Elects New Officers Klma Werts Hancock, T5, who died June 30 at her home there. ¡Mrs Hanicock wtas born at Rus-sefl.1 in ¡1886 and was graduated from Hussell high school; She attended Highland Park college in Des Moines and taught school for four years in Iowa following her graduation. She married J. Homer Hancock at Russell in 1908 and, moved to Montana the same month. Mrs Hancock was a telephone operator for 22 years. Three sons are among survivors. -U-T- RUSSELL RANGERS ¡Miss Debbie Turbot, Femadino Beach, Fla. and Miss Mary Clee Turbot of Grand Island, Neb. are visiting 'here» with their grandmother, Mrs iMeryle Turbot and other relatives and friends. Miss s !M(ary Clee Turbot sp^nt the week end with her grandparents, ¡Mir ¡and IMrs Mort Han-nam near Melrose». Cleo Turbot, Debbie Turbot and Mary Lee Werts were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Maryle Turbot. IMiss Linda Comito of Des Mjoines is spending this week with her grandmother, Mrs. Leota Taylor. Mr and Mips George Wright accompanied ¡Mr and Mrs Ralph Werts to Southeast Iowa over the weekend. Points of interest were, Odessa Lake, near Wapello, Crapo Park in Burlington, Fort Madison, Nauvoo, 111. and Kepkuk. Re turning by way of Kahoka, Mo-stopping to call on the Bill Straits' in Milton and the Walter Werts' in Bloomfield. ¡Mr and Mrs Ira Sims spent last Monday in .Margaret Cooperative Leadership read Judges 4:8-10. "And Barak said unto her, if thou wilt go with me, then I will go; but if thou wilt not go with me, then I will not go" Judges 4:8. Our first impression of Barak is apt to !be that he was a man l ick-;:: ing in courage. There is ar. „ ¿hepr side to the picture, however, and that is Deborah was a rem. .;able woman, highly gifted of for leadership in Israel. B; . .was wise in asking Deborah's just like it is wise* for us to ■ se_i. ;elp from Christian people c\ ...„ugh it means less honor for ourselves* justt likei it meant less honor for Barak to seek this Godly woman's help. Barak was putting his God The Russell Comets won from and ihi s country above his own Utilities .¡wrapt interests. Here is a good les .jn for the whol^m®* the Comets al-our day. lowing 2 walks^^-hits and'struck In our own country for that out 3. We^xoTieced a double, matter in our own world we are Three pitchers shared the mound very conscious of the many devic- for Utilities-Lyman, 'Fisher and ^ es used ¡by the forces of evil to get Roberts. They allowed 3 hits, 1 Not infrequently real lead- 17 walks and struck out 3. Murray ership and statesmanship are connected for a doubly for the sacrificed for very seltish ambi- Utilities. .:• ' t '■ 7-21 (Russell Community Music Boosters Ice. Gream. Social, City ;Park r Girl Scout Caniprait: 8-7 Dillmian "77 :„ 8-27 Russell School Begins 9-3 Rangers 4-H, Richard Pierce 9-15 Russell Homecoming -U-T Russell 11—Utilities 6 tions. This may be happening in our world, our Country and our community and our life and in our JhomQ and in our churches as well. ^ - When this istrue it is the greatest Mrs Everett Hayes and Ronnie , . . . greatest of tenington spept thè weekend bhiders the Lord's work xn the* lives of man- -U-T- Gaxdea Club, July 3 The Legion elected the following officers for the coming year: Commander, Bill Moorei; Adjutant, Victor Phippen; Finance Officer, Bob ¡Morgan; Chaplain, Dale Werts; Sgt. of Arms, Bill Jeffries; Service) Officers, Walter Phippen: Historian Committee, George Wright and Keith Lindeman. -L_U-T- Alan Lockridge spent Sunday night with Leon Cochran. Arnold (MoKinley visited in the Herbert Hoover home Monday am. Mr. and ¡Mrs. Lester Hale and son of Kansas ICity spent the week end at the home of his niece Mrs Harleiy Sims and íamily. IMiss ¡rami Sims is ¡spending a few days at the tome of her grand parexits, ¡Mr an^Mrs Dave Lucas The regular meeting of the Russell Rangers 4-H Club was hefld at the home of Paul McKinley July 2, 1'9©2. Eleven members answered roll call. We decided to hold our tour Sun day, July 15th instead of July 8th. The Cluib voted to donate $5.00 to the Stephen Pim Memorial Fund. Mrs. IMcKinley served a delicious lunch. The nqxt meeting will toe held at the home of Richard Pierce September 3, 1»9©2. Reporter Dennis Gartin -U-T- Curran Reports To Auxiliary The regular monthly meeting of the Legion Auxiliary was held at the homej of MJrs. Mildred Lockridge Tuesday evening July 10th. Ten members and two visitors answered roll call. Diana Curran gave a nice account of her stay at Girls. State. Pat Lindeman conducted the installation of the new officers for the coming year. Cooling refreshments were served by the! hostesses Mildxed Lockridge and Jepn Cooper. in the maternal Ira Sims home. ¡Mr and 'Mrs Larry May and Mr and Mrs Lloyd May were visiting Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Robert Collins neiar Albion. Sunday evening they were supper guests of 'Mr and Mirs Ray Mc-Neecei and family in Marshallown. IMrs Si V. Sneddeker and granddaughter Cathy Crane of near Ogallala, Nebr. are visiting in the home of her sister Mrs Alta Threlkeld and brother Glenn Johnston and family. ¡Mr. and IMrs. Fred Kolden, of Minneapolis, ¡Minnesota, have been visiting with the ( ir aunt and uncle-- Mildred Lockridge and Joy White, .and with other relatives in this arena. Mildred and Joy accompanied them to Knox-ville for the Fourth. ¡Mr and Mirs Ellsworth ¡Miller and family visited north of Williamson with his parents, Mr and Mrs Chester Miller, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Albert Cochran, Jeanette and Leon, .Mrs Don Rejlph and daughter and Carmen Dorsey were dinner giiqsts Sunday of Mr and iMrs Jack Curtis in 'Elmer, Mo. Mir and Mrs Cecil Hawkins took their granddaughters Barbara and Cecilia Hawkins into their grandparents, Mir and Mrs Donald Collins Sunday evening after a two weeks visit. Their parents 'Rev and ¡Mrs Charles Hawkins are ait the Baptist Clear Lake Camp. IMr and IMrs Leonard Dickinson, Douglas and Randy and Paul .McKinley spent the weekend at Lake Wapello. Randy remained at Camp Wapello for Senior Patrol Leaders ¡Training. kind, j It is the responseability of every Christian to show that in Christ there is a better way. Prayer: We thank Thee our Heavenly Father for the many blessings Thou hast given us. We thank Thee especially for the joy of salvation in Jesus Christ. Help us Lord, to serve Thee and to live in full conservation to thy will, in Jesus Name. Amen. Thought For The Day: He who cannot obey cannot command. 'Rev. G. J. Ver Ste^g -U-T- IMr and Mrs Wade* Clanin and his mother IMrs Ethel Clanin visited Sunday in Clearfield in the Carl Black home and in the home of IMrs Harry Black. Mrs Ethel Clanin remained for a visit. Charles Wright has completed his summer work at Simpson in Indianola and will spend the re,st of the summer with his parents Mr and IMrs Dave Wright and with his sister and family Mr and Mrs Arlen Huighes in IMt Ayr. Mr and Mrs Davei Wright, Charles, Jack and Miss Gloria Randell from Chariton spent , the 4th of July in (Mft Ayr .at the Arlen Hughes home. Jack Wright letft ¡Monday morning for his work at Miarshal'ltown where he is now located. Mr and Mrs Calvin Allard and Jimmy visited Mr and ¡Mrs L. C. Allard Saturday July 7. Linda returned home with them. Mr Lowell Blue, of Peoria, 111. was a Tuesday morning caller in the home of his cousin, Earl Blue. the Garden Cluib, on this very hot day. Ther e were 10 members, present, ¡and every one enjoyed the relaxing • -time " r to¿efibér. Cora Mqttlin served; ^sts::Sec. pro tem, and gavé thé Treasurer's report Roll call had to do with the gladiola we lifcéd best. Not many names were given, but the "pinks" rated.first place, with, the "white" a close . second. Uses of TREEiS of óur State wa s the day's topic;.-..After á ! bit of thinking, we cámé r üp with the following uses: For shade, beauty, wood and veneer for making furniture and other construction work, filling ditches and burning for fuel. Belle's lunch wag cooling and refreshing; and her arrangement of lilies was be¡autiful. ; ' :'.:::ij-T--- Girl Scout Troop 138 Troop -138- -met 'át thei home of Karen Cummins July 9 at 1:00 FQVE. Six members, two leaders and one visitors attended. We practiced tying knots. Refreshments of jello,cookies and lemonade, were served. ¡Reporter Kare¡n, Cummins June 25th the troop 1 138 Girl Scouts had a camp out at Harvey Hulls cabin. All were present except ¡Debbie Printy, Sue Ellis 'and Joyce Atwell These threje attended eamp at Ottumwa. We cooked dinner,. supper and breakfast at: the cabin. , ^e.itfso worked on_a."Rock.and Minerals" badge and went .canoeing. , • f-'®^rter,.-Ksa;¡efx Cvjinniins
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