Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Russel Union Tribune Newspaper Archives Dec 5 1929, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Russell UnionTribune (Newspaper) - December 5, 1929, Russell, Iowa A rold to of a a a bit of news from Here and there How came there Are to Mare Calls for meetings of Tihe of Amer Cial club we believe this is the Thi regular inset no night. A of of and that reminds us that there has never been any report on the Mancial out come of the farm Pes rival. Did we go in the Hole again we had a Man Tell us this week that he had All the business he we a buted word. Quot there in t any such but there Are a lot of merchant a who Are making no Effort to get any More business. Wlaton the advertising n your local to find the me Icban who is appreciative of your business. He tells you about it often. Christmas is almost Here and an Irither year will soon be gone. The scram ble for 1930 calendars Wil soon be the Vogue. �?0�?0�? this Yea ii As you Start your ool Lection take into consideration the purpose of that Calendar. It is a Token of appreciation from your Mer Dhimant. It Kari Ives his advertise Ament. owe it to him to preserve it and display it. A of of the clipped picture placed in a drame is no Good to the is move no week at a. T. Smith store the a. T. Smith hardware store is Buiey this week invoicing and my Vang. It was planned to move on wednesday but on account of t he Remote Long of the new store not quite done the moving say was Post p no a until today thursday plans Are to be open for business by. The last of this week if possible. Ira Johnston chief clerk and p Umb n for the st Are noved his a a behold effects to their new to cat Zicai last wedge Side a. In next weeks paper you will see the big opening announce met and Christmas and of the store. Or. Smith has my die Many a Friend in and a found Hui Iek a to hate to see him leave but who realize his thought is to serve them better from a More Central location. It Drake University ban will tour eur be the Tribune a non political paper in the service of the Home the Community and the state Quot a Rustle for Russell volume v Russell Iowa thursday december 5, 1929 number 45 Robt. Lynn victim of pneumonia re sell and Viii Lily was shocked and Grieve cd is Turco yarn Ning or in it was Leai inc to al or. Rel Art Lynn had itis a away thai morning abut 4c- a to o cock. It i. Lynn had b in sick bul presents Sun dial to old Home Tow Calvin Force civil War vet. And old settler in county builds dial on fire razed lots d st w Elk in the thanksgiving Issue of the Ottumwa courier appeared tie above picture of Quot our Cal Quot and his sum dial. A Brief history of or. Force s life was Given and the article a so told of his building of the Sun a Tail on the vacant lots left Barrm by the fire last Spring. We Are m re than glad to see m -. Force get this due Praise and we wonder if the people of rus Sam to whom vie i As c located the results of his labor really appreciate the amount of work that was entailed. About Mitsun Irrer Zvir. Foce started his work arranging the staff in the ground at a 15-Dcgre-e Ang e and setting it North Are l South by Compass. The arc of the i Rii. Was then a d out and Cal caught the Shadow at the Correct time until each of tie twelve figures were noted. The n the real work began. With broken bits of masonry relics of tile fire Small stones and broken glassware and Marble 2,165 pieces in �11, lie out lined this Larga dial and built in the figures. Not Content with that the whole dial and staff was painted Andi a Fence built around it. In the picture you see or. Of c with his watch in one , pointing to the Shadow on the dial which is striking the Ivor of 3 p. M., Correct Tim according to h is 23 jews Ledi s a Debakey watch. Ical As he is known to everyone in Russell and Vicinity is in his 79th year. of Tinioso years have been spent in , coming h be with his father on election d a november 1867, from Hayden ind., whore Cal was born april 8. 1851. T hey settled at Oldi Zer it later moving to rus sem where is has since resided with the exception of hut n Lew years. He was a meander of the old Wayne Lodge 1. O. 0. F., when it United with the Russell Lodge Andi he has been for 53 Yea s a staunch supp ter of Odd fellow ship. Or. And mrs. Force were charter members of the Rebecca Lodge of Russell. Cal is also one of the few Remi ining veterans of the civil War one of four in Russell. Few Days and on a Quot. Com plete a Quot Shiv last Wedney Day ii Lii g a barn unhappy five Loseto Younker team wind odes damage in Inoh Roe count mayor of Riero a so pc Eumes to heart attack with thanksgiving Over people throughout Tihe w old begin thinking in terms of what to do Quot next vacation members of the Drake University band have their minds All up. The Drake band As in has already been announced will make a concert tour of Euncie in the summer of 1930, beginning on july 7 from Des Moines. They will visit six european countries. But their tour will not be limited to members of the band or even College students it was announced this week by Irving h. Gross i in manager of the band. The Nijiu amp Iciano Hope it to recruit t he largest party of tourists which has Ever left the state of Iowa and to have this party a amp company them to Krough Cut Europe. To it e tour Wim be available to any Ine who wishes to make the trip. The Price which it the most reasonable that has Ever been offered for a similar tour will be $461 for six weeks including Railroad fare from Des Moines to Montreal aired return All expenses from Montreal to Europe Thuong h Tihe six countries and return. A Nuto Iber of reservations have already been received. Inasmuch As the passion play will be presented in Oberammergau next sum Mer the Drake band officials believe that their party will be rec cd one in size. Early reservations will insure the Best space on the ship. Tiie tour will visit France swi Zerl cd Germany Belgium Holland and England. Whee attending a thanks ving party last thurs x evening win. , mayor of Melrose for the past two terms was suddenly stricken with a heart attack which proved fatal. Or. Of Birney was about 65 years of ag3 an Las lived in and near Melrose for More than forty a ears. He held the office of Justice of the peace at Melrose sev3ral years being elected mayor. He is survived by his wife Treasa Carney. Funeral services were held thus iday Imi orning at 9 o clock in st. Patrick s o lurch. Rev. W. J. My or it celebrated the requiem High mass. The members of the Dity Alderman served As pall Brar ers. The knights of co Umbus of which he was a men Iber marched in t he funeral procession. Many Beautiful Flowers were in evidence showing the High esteem in which he was held by fellow Low Simen. Burial was made in the cemetery. It Iowa Patent basketball doubleheader Lovilia High school High school Albia independents s Happy five Russell h. S. Gym. Friday december 6th7 30 p. Adm. 150-250 m. E. Church Notts Ivan Cameron Thorn the Bible is read More today than Ever before. It is the Only Book of its time that r Mains untouched by t he rust of Ages. On t he c a tray its Power has kept increasing with the years. N. Other Book Ihas Ever been attacked with much persistency in Book has so triumphed Over All assaults. Geologists ransacked the bowels of the Earth and astronomers swept the starry heaven Tifi and arguments to Dispi Uve it but without Avail. It is a stupendous Miracle in itself. When tempted to doubt t6e Bible sit Down and try to. Think what the world would be without it. Keep the Bible and t he Bible will keep you. The lilies a d is being entertained this week at the Church by mrs. Joe Dean. The Junior league on thursday afternoon at the chose of Sci of. Prayer meeting thursday evening at 7 30 o clock. Next sunday is Bible sunday. Church is Hool at 10 o clock. Preparations a e already made for the Observance of Christunas by the school. The or gram will to o Risemas eve at 7 30. Morning worship at 11 o clock. Lel Worth league at 6of o Cicciu follow d by the evening worship at 7 30. The b ble contains knowledge Wisdom holiness Vand love. Each time Mou read it the words that Jive helped so Many will seem new in tin in Juwer to conf it As they b King you your word of Cicer. The Young married folks the out Loci class held their social at the m. E. Parsonage tuesday evening nov. 26th. ? were Twenty nine present and Ever Juno Thio roughly on Joyed. Tie evening. The com mites in charge Woi i mrs. Stirling Martin mrs. Richard Werts and miss catch Eiline Rench. Very interesting were played and at the close delicious of fruit salad cake and a Cocoa were be , no a due looking Forward to an ther Gat ering of such Fellowship. It a notice we have Winter gasoline that Mahrs your oar Start easy run smoothly and take less choking. Try a Russell Oil co. It notice the presbyterian ladies Aid will hold its pre Christ Nijiu Bazaar at the Church basement on Des Moines la., dec. 4.�?with l a wrap in throes of Winter and the annual a. Vest of ice a bout to a Gin Samiuel e. Kurtz of Sac City last week Rece ved his final Patent papers on a new motor driven ice cutting machine he has invented. Annun ment of this Pali it and six others Given Lowans last week made by sir free to n and s eclair Patent and Trade Park attorneys of Des Moines. Kurtz received recognition for even new and Crig Ihal. Ideas in his latent Ich comprise a f on which a Notor rests. A rotary saw b Ade attached to the motor an be adjusted to any depth up to fifteen inches Dej ending on the thickness of the ice to be Cut. On unusual feature is that the saw takes place of the Fly wheel if the motor giving Csider Nelv Lii Ore Spie ice and Power to the Cut ing opera Lions it is said. Harry Dix n of Pella received two a tents on new systems of installations of rolling screens now m co minivan use. O ther patents by Lowans includes in automatic 3neiuir.ntic control apparatus for water Gas ants by Edward l. Pis Chi r of a in Capo to a compound clutch by Harry a. Knox also of a saturday aft a Quot noon december ii. Davenport and a journal Oiler for a cafeteria supper will be served Railroad trucks by Chris Servais of j beginning at 5 o clock. Everybody Sioux City. I invited. 45-2t. The Lester a n Nic farm North East of two. 0n sturday i condition grew rapidly worse and on Satu Day morning he passed away in spite of what Loving j and. And Midi of skin c a Quot a Dot r him. A Quick attack f he flu go in inn Jedi into Toub e ,0nia was the cause of h s death. Tho Fol owing obituary was read at the funeral services which were held from to Quot ruse l b in list Church Moni Byj afternoon at 2 30. Clock. The Reid gains w re i rest in the rusts i be meter Robert a. Lynn sen of John and a Rah , n Seward county of a Chraska june 24. 1877, and away at his Hong in ru.5ssu, la Kov. 30, 1929 at the age of 52 Yeara 5 months and 6 Days. He lived Joni uie farm with his parents unto 22 Yucai s of age we in he came i i Iowa where h has since reside i. In Early years he the Carpenter Trade in in his father and i his occupation was follow id f r u c i eater part his life on Ai gust 6, of 02, to was United in to ii Quot a a. Kennedy and to the s Nuin was born one daughter mrs. Jharold it Riner of Russell la. A one cd a family of n be child in of win i Only there re Iriaine three and two having him in death Quot so Lis Mother in he car 1915. He leaves to Nourn their loss his wife Dau Ehtor and three grandchildren or Quot , la., Ana d father to s sters mrs. O Ive c. Of Fuji is ail m is Annet tie and one 1thor Hoke by g. Of , nor. It Sci if Vii tax her relatives and i i. Nj.-. Y during the a ministry of Rev. E. J. Carlson he was converted and n feb. 22, 1920 was baptized in o t e Menil e Shi i of the Russell a air list Church. All of his relations hips to i e Church have b in Mark act by utmost Neis and loyalty and f r the past five years he has served in the capacity of Draco n. Or. A in in iced a Man of a a t.-. Ling charac or a living husband and of Lher a splendid work ran a True Friend a steadfast Christian and will be greatly in the i. Ome the Church and the Community. A tin attending the Fuzier al f oni a ? were mrs. Loren , Rbert and Onas Hughes John Odell Arrettie and Harvey g. of Seward nor. Mrs. Eunice of Van Orin 111 w. E. Sheets and wife Harold Sel dept and wife of Blue Island 111. Pearl Kennedy ind if of Chicago Iii w. L. Kennedy of Kansas City my a mrp. Adaline Umbenhower of Des Moines la. Arthur us Bentoi Iwer and Wafe arc ii Shar and wife Orval Shore mrs. Dolly Wright and mrs. Grace Keller of Chariton. It card of thanks we wish to extend our thanks and appreciate n to the friends and n for their kindness and sympathy during the illness and death of our beloved i and father. Also for the Beautiful Floral Olver Wiigs. Mrs. Nora Lynn. Or. And mrs. Ria old Horner Cli Ildren. It mrs. It. W. I Evor returned Home monday from a t to weeks visit in up. Ria Iii and Canton Iii. Visiting by ther and wife and a. Sister. It evangelical Church notes j. Ivan Lafavre. Minister the Happy five m t the Youn Ker s store basketball team from Des moine.-, at the High so howl gym thanksgiving n get and suf be id defeat at tiie hands of the More experienced players. The via s just Couch t get Quot hot Quot too Iii Uch Turkey and trimmings Evi do nov. However Tihe Happy boys. It played the visitors on the floor but they could not make Thein shots effective. At half time the so re Sitock 17 to 1 in favor of time Capitol City Boris Rich Willits having a successfully a Mycle a free the Paw for t he Micals. In the second Iha f the locals made several bask to in rapid succession but they Sonn cooled off and the final score was 36-13. The Happy five expect to meet this team twice mon Lihzis seas on once in Des Moines and Here again and we predict the score will be much different. On Friday night dec. 6th, the Happy five will meet the Albia independents Here in a b g double header Progi in the Russell High school playing the l Vilia High school in a come o lit and see two god games for the Price of one. The Happy five i l probably have some new faces in its lineup and a g of evening s Entwit Miniri it is assured. It two Moie Majestic Radis and one is went out to Russell this last week from the a. T. Smith hardware. We. Hanks and Matthew Mackey each getting a Majestic and Guy Baker choosing a Stewart Waymier. It buy your w enter gasoline of the Russell Oil c. Easy st Ting Premium Gas at the regular Price. in Honorof fourth birthday last wednesday when the wind was so Sib Rong in this Vicinity we again were Only getting 0. Small portion of a storm. South of Melrose it developed into a Young Tornado razing Hay stacks and acre after acre of Corn was Laid Flat. Several stacks of Hay on the Patsy Murphy farm were blown Over and several Farmers reported that it almost blew the boxes from the wagons in which they were husking Corn. The Corn is quite Good do in that Way but the wind blowing it Down and the sunday Snow covering it Over will be quite a . S. Juniors to give class play truck is wrecked on Blue grass near the Rose Russell High school ? Start off next thursday night when the Junior class will present its play Quot Apple Blossom the title leads one to think of Spring and Balmy weat her. Tho ugh the weather at present is everything but Balmy it is Alwar s comfortable in the big High. auditorium. Perhaps the scene enacted by Thos group of students a will make us forget at least the severe inroad being made on the Coal pile. The caste of characters appears elsewhere in this paper As Well As Fiche synopsis. This caste under the direction of mrs. Helen Wilson s capable instruction has shown great pro Anise and a splendid entertainment is assured. Some can specialities have been prepared under the of miss Catharine French to be presented Between acts. Music will be furnished by the High school orchestra. �?-u-1 by crowds attend Sale of Murray Stock toe of Guy Baker s 0ievrolet trucks turned Tutle last saturday Aifiti noon on the Blue grass Roa or. Gardner of he fuestion who is in charge of the Sale of the w. P. Near Melrose while conveying hogs a Ock of goods at Melrose was in our office pm actg another and in the Union Tribune telling of mrs. E. Cobb entertained in Hon of or Lillo. Cran daughter. Iveliss Margaret Jean Harlan saturday afternoon the occasion being her 4th birthday. Invitations were sent out e. Quite a number of her Little friends and the afternoon was spent in playing various games. Margaret Jean received a null Iber of pretty gifts from her Little friends which she prizes most highly. During the after con a. Few pictures were taken and refreshments served. Those p resent were Margaret lec , Margaret Ixa Iise Willits. Bessie and Mary Lynn Betty and Lorene Lodge Mary Lou and Vir Mia May Jean Mettlin Hester it Ann la Ivanchan and Betty . All departed wishing Margaret Jean Many More Happy birth Phiys it a it Russell boy is attend ing 4-h club Congress to Market. While going Down Tho big Hill the heavily loaded truck gained a Good Speed. The brakes did not hold sufficiently and the truck turned Over on its top into a five fuel grader Dii Tah when the Driver Paul , attempted to m3 be the turn at the foot of the Bill. The cab rack and Radiator were compile try demolished but escaped with on v a few bruises. The hogs were also uninjured in the crash. Or. went to Des Moines monday where he purchased a new cab and other repairs and the truck will be in service again in the near future. Melrose juniors presented Quot of Kay Quot the Juni or class of the Melrose High school presented an interesting play sunday evening in the school Hall. Each character is to be complimented on his inter Sre tation of the mystery Story. The members of the casts were Kathleen Dinneen Marie Callei Ian Mary Wolfe Thos. Moran Paul Carmody. Malie Vogel Ann Coughlin Patri Cus Carbury William Barry Michael Carbin Irene Luttrell Eugene Hannam Walter Bellman. The girls give club rendered the chorus Quot amaryllis Quot by Paul Ambrose and the boys glee club Sang Quot a merry life Quot by Luigi Denza. As specialities Between acts. Patricue Carbin accompanies. Thi savings at that Pilace. This Stock of goods Selling in manner at this time of year is a real Chance for Christmas shoppers or. Gardner states that the Sale is going Fine. Even Day is a big Cne and people Are taking full and Vii naga of the Low prices and Liberal Dis founts. It Quot age old chuckles the e average length of life has increased big ten years since 1901, the a improvement has been achieved mainly among the younger Ages. The witches Are not burned now a Days to Stop plagues but , Var Cin actions and new methods of living Are employed too a Quer the Many perils. People Are learning the effect of fresh air and Sunshine t he proper exercise and sleep As Well As a Well Banc de diet becoming physically Strong and mentally a vake at a Good old age. The person who desires to live to a Happie old age be Quoter forgets that his mind is a big Factor in controlling his physical troubles and does not let his mind bring about harm which will shorten r. W ods in Parsons College ech trial class. It notice the Baptist ladies Aid will hold a. Pre Christmas food Exchange at the woo or Man store on saturday dec. 7th. The special music Given last sunday Liy the male quartet from Joihn Fletcher College at Trinity it. Carnival dui , seemed very . The Young Nion cart Only know How to express Christian Feitli and Joy in s no. Their personalities i reflect their High no lives of life. The wii Iliin s missionary society will not saturday afternoon of this week at the Home of . Ivan Iva Favro. This a very Impo i ant meeting. All my urged Quot to to . Sunday services Are to be at the regular hours. Chicago 111., dec. d. May. Of Russell la., arrived in Chicago today to join with the More than 1000 boy ii Midi girl 4-h club delegates from 44 states and Canada who Are Here to attend the eighth National boys and girls 4-h club Congress held during the International live Stock exposition this week. James Trade a splendid record in club work and won a prize trip for excelling in baby beef work. All these Beys and girls Are look ing Forward with excited Enebue ism to their first visit to the agric Law al Capitol of the world seeing the Blue bloods of the International exposition and in the educational program the week. These champions of Rural youth will be entertained at lunch on and banquets where they will have an Opportunity to hear men and wove a of National this the annual show window of 4-h club Dom presents to the Public this year an even More impressive or of of its value than car before. In Ier thai All of their 750,000 fellow club , their Parenti and friends May the benefits of t he club Congress the visiting Ruib men Bors will broadcast for one hour each noon Over the co Lumora. Arnii pm enmity net work and the National broadcast company chains of associated radio stations. The National 4-h club Congress is supervised by the Extension if aders of the state agricultural colleges and the u. S. Depart mint of agriculture with the cooperation of the National committee on boys and girls club work. Apple Blossom time presented by Junior class of Russell High school thursday evening december 12, 1929 caste of characters Bob Ballard an unwilling visitor at the Crossroads Charlie Lawrence his go getter downard Spud Mcclesky direct from Sunshine Alleya Idison Wells Mickey Maloire also fromn Sunshine Alley Clair Sellei s Cal Pickens the Village Constable Glenn Johnston bet Ann Stewart a human Moore Nouchy Prescott a pretty neighbor Lucille Pierce it Loretta Harris the prettiest girl in the Village. Rohama Adams Polly Biddle caretaker. Of Tad Forrest s Hall Malvina Kurtz whose ambition is to have a Beau. Thelma Kells mrs. Shirer the haughty sister in Law of Quot Tad Fornest Annabel Spriggens the Village old Goltry time the present. The month of May. Place room in the Home of Tad Forrest at the Crossroads. N. Falls for one minute during act Iii to denote a lapse of half an Lour. Specialities Between acts music by Hiu h school orchestra direct r of play Helen Wilson director of specialities Catharine French 8 o clock adm. 25c-35c
  • russel-union-tribune page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • russel-union-tribune page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • russel-union-tribune page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • russel-union-tribune page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

Search all Russell, Iowa newspaper archives

Explore other publications from Russell, Iowa

All newspaper archives for December 5, 1929

Browse
Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.