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Russell UnionTribune (Newspaper) - July 26, 1928, Russell, Iowa Sun Obj Toni or a a a we Union non political paper in the service of the if orc the Community and the state Voi us e i Russell Iowa. Thursday july 26, 1928 number 26state fair program Complete the Complete program of entertainment for he half nillion people to take their annual on Tings this summer at the Iowa state fair and exposition was announced in final j of inti Quot lit re today by the state fair Board. Eight Days parked Wilh Diversi j on and Amu cont t of almost every character Are included in the schedule of events. This year s program i said to lie Iho most and most Complete Corr provided at Lite big exposition. It includes the foiling i to it a hacking live Days of harness and running races for purses Over �20,000. August 25-30 Auto faces two Days of fast dirt track Cla sics with Champion Drivers cd tiered from All parts of the country August 24 and 31. Hippodrome fifteen famous circus and vaudeville Star acts in Thi Illing afternoon and evening prefer Mances before the grand stand. Fireworks Quot a night in Bagdad Quot Oriental fireworks extravaganza with Beautiful settings and pageantry. Continuous music by six Gre at bands orchestras and drum corps playing throughout the grounds Day and night. Iowa National guard review saturday August 25, before grandstand. Creatore and his band a one of the world s to t famous concert bands in three programs daily augmented by noted soloists. I Hay this to five carloads of rid re it 11 o a. n Ino an Ai-, of All kinds. She May the exch a to Rel. 1 Hatcher players Here next week next monday the Hatcher players open in their big tent theatre in rus sell for re weeks run under the auspices of the american legion. The show that is coming this year i not the same show that was Here i t fall. The Hatcher players have to shows on the Road and it happens i1 is year that Russell gets the other slow from the one that played Here a fore. This show played Bussey during the week of 4th and Many from Here f an it. There and Are Strong in their p Aize for it. Remember the dates and in in Russell next week and attend Julia Kennedy Julia Haywood daughter of s. A. And mat Ida Jane Haywood was born May 6th 1855, near Lucas Iowa and departed this life at her Home in rus sell Iowa july 18, 1928 aged 73 years 2 months Quot and 2 Days. She Quot a i United in marriage to b. T. Kennedy september 23, 1875, and to this Union eight children were born two of whom proceeded her in death rail Alco in 1898 and Sena Alline Davit in 1903, her husband passed Sway in june 1928. She is survived by six children who were at her bedside. Mrs. Eunice z Selders of Van Orn Illinois mrs. Laura a. Lynn of Russell Iowa mrs. Maude e. Patterson of Alliance Nebraska mrs. Nancy wis of Russell Iowa Walter l. Of Kan a Good show. Hatcher s shows Are always full of Good clean wholesome so City and Pearl l of Chicago. There fun and High class drama. A Good How and one you want to see time a a again. Remember this show is an tier the auspices of the legion and lie boys deserve your support. They giving you High class entertainment it r1.vn.irn from camping trip to Northern Iowa lakes birthday surprises and family gatherings Over the week end the Chas Allen Home at was the scene of a Happy gathering Ila y 1. ,1. Tin and Ait our and families of Russell Earl society horse shows four nights and fam in of Chariton and his sister with Saddle and harness entries from leading american stable1. Free Camp so acres of wooded land open to campers free of charge immediately adjoining the fair grounds. It taken seriously ill monday and husband mrs. C. Cassity of Des Moines pent the Day with them. It a number of relatives with Well filled baskets went to the Allen Dix in Home sunday in Honor of mrs. How arc Dixon and children of Ottumwa who will leave soon for their new Home in Joliett 111. Or Dixon having la read gone could not be present been in failing health for the past few the following were there to enjoy weeks took seriously ill the first or the rfl9rnoon mrs. Key is and sol1 the week and was removed to the hos-1 find mrs it a Cut a Kon and Pill at Chariton. A message was sent 1,. Verli my and mrs Merle mayors notice notice All the weeds along the streets and alleys must be Cut by the 1st of August. Those not cared for Quick trip from Ohio assessed against the property. A. B. Clinton mar it the band will play the band concert saturday night july 28, will include the overture Quot Joy it or. Clarence Humphrey who has i to his a on in California. As this is being written we have heard no Defi Nate report on his condition the last import being that he was no worse. It a or. And mrs. Byron Blanchard of Chariton or. And mrs. Will Phippen and or. Robert Hammond were vis iting at the Gerald Phippen Homo sunday Alt noon. It Orval Davis left sunday for Nebraska where he will have employment i to. Paul Thompson Wade Clanin Howard Shimp and Herbert Lewi vent to Rouix City saturday to visit Paul Larimer who is in the Hospital hey returned Home sunday evening and reported Paul much improved. But mrs. Richard Werts most delightfully entertained the members of the t. N. T. Club tuesday afternoon. Mes r mos Edith Lewis Artie Worts Dor Othy Clayton of Chariton and Lone Hancock of Ballentine Montana were invited guests. A -.ut. Mrs. Meryl Johnston returned to Quot her Home in Des Moine after a visit with her parents or. And mrs. George Jennings. It miss Ruth Post returned thursday from Ames where she has been attend ing summer school. Her Mother mrs. Fred Post went to Ames and spent a few Days Ith her and accompanied her Homo. It. For Sale yellow transparent apples. $1.00 per Bushel. C. A Bower. Bennett baby or. And mrs. Allen Dixon mrs. Howard Dixon and Chil even and miss Donna Jeffries. But to the world Quot and Quot miserere from u Trovatore Quot popular selections will include a Quot Back in your own backyard Quot Quot hit the de a Quot Quot my Blue Ridge Mountain Home Quot a Quot rain Quot a st. Louis blues Quot and others. Featuring the Quot sidewalks of new York Quot it or. And mrs. Harold Shirer and mrs. Roger Jennings were entertained at the Clyde Simmons Home in Chariton Friday evening. It mrs. E. Gookin and daughter or. And mrs. Carl Caster of Ashta lain Ohio came via Auto to visit the will be Tut by the town and Cost 1 items parents or. And mrs. Joe Lem i. Sunday. They drove from Home a. My. Pleasant in one Day a trip of or. Foo mites. They remained in my pleasant till sunday morning and Ca me on Quot Orussell. It see Phippen for Long distance haul ing. Phone 20, re ii Uil Iowa a it i or. And mrs. Ii. A. Turbot and fam ily went to Mcgregor and other Points tuesday for a vacation. Or. Turbot is a d Ligate to the judicial Conven Tion at Cedar rapids to be held this week. It Lefie Penfield who has been visit ing he Friend Flossie Fenton at Cor Tidence returned Home sunday. It to say they enjoyed the Day could not express the Joyful time had by All. It or. And mrs. Leo Lewis and Twe relatives and friends to the no. Of Gwendolyn of Adair came last week children or. And mrs. Cloi Putman to visit their neice and Cousin mrs. George Mettlin and other relatives. It 40 slathered at the minor Mckinley Home last sunday to celebrate the birthdays of mrs. Mckinley and Oscar Pierce after All the eatables were partaken of they spent the afternoon in taking pictures and social Converse. It Merna Risbeck spent the week end with her aunt mrs. Relph Wright and family. It. Mrs. C. P. Goltry went to Woodburn Quot their Mother mrs. Elwood Davis. And Little son and or. And mrs. Clarence Wilson were dinner guests at the Chas Putman Home sunday. It mrs. Imogene Prather is quite sick with stomach trouble. It the children of mrs. Bessie Kells let Weck to help her n other a. Siu1 mrs. J., Bowman and two child gave her a most delightful Surprise sunday by taking a bounteous dinner with them to her Home and hav ing everything ready when she arrived Home from Church. The Surprise was in Honor of her birthday on the tuesday following. Those present were Glenn Kells and family Tisae Baker and family and Ray Kells and family. It or. And mrs. Lloyd May entertained mrs. Mary May will May and fam ily John May and family Mable Rob and family. L. R. Van Nice and family mrs. Johnston and Esther and George May and family of Des Moines to a sumption dinner sunday at their j Home. It. Or. And mrs. Lyle Davis and fam ily spent thursday at the parental Arthur Allen Home. It. Or. An mrs. Fern Jennings and daughters of Woodburn spent sunday al the Lake the parental Jennings Home. Anderson celebrate her 81st birthday Melroe and mrs Fern Nedder there were other guests present and Man of Vovillia spent sunday with mrs. Anderson prepared most of the j Ute inner alone. J mrs. Tom Reynolds m l a Nii Dren of it Bethlehem spent monday with my. Or. And mrs. Homer Jeffries and err a Reynolds. Family spent sunday with or a Ilici it mrs. Al Van Benthusen at or. And mrs. W. Prather and Margaret and Maebeth remaining for daughter Beatrice were sunday dinner a More extended visit. Ute guests of mrs Henry Hancock. It Jean and Richard Thornton of Des Moines Are visiting their grandparents or. And mrs. John Allen. let Phippen your flags. Phone afternoon. No. 20, Russell it it a i mrs. Eva Lawrence of Des Moines or. And mrs Clarence Wilson were guests of or. And mrs. Clio Putman Saf i Day night and sunday and visited the Otto Brown Fox farm sunday mrs. Bert Scott and children return for her Home tuesday after spen de Home tuesday from a visit with i Ding several Days in Russell with her relatives and friends in Kansas cite a a Friend mrs. Ben be Enstall. A to it. The members of the a. R. C. Club Uncle Johnnie p Lotts recently re attended the matinee tuesday actor Cei ved a message of the death of his noon then enjoyed a picnic supper at sister in inv. M s Ouie j of Stronghurst Illinois. Mrs. Gilland was a resident of Russell some year. 1 Aso. Or. And mrs. Arthur pole and fam i v or. A id mrs. Neil Loynachan and family and mrs. R. A Hills and son and Miles Sanders arrived Home thurs Day from a weeks Outing at Lake Okoboji. Or. And mrs. Warren Hanks of Osceola spent sunday at the Par Quai a. A. Hanks Home. It or. Ami mrs. Ralph Wright enter Allied i. And i r.1 it a a 1,1 daughter Helen and or. Lloyd Davis and family sunday. It Rev. Miller held services al the Christian Church monday and tues Day evenings having baptismal services both evenings. It or. Orin Randall of darn Outh c i me tuesday evening for a visit at the parental Gene Randall Home. It miss Nellie Hanks of st. Louis is spending her vacation at the parental w. A. Hanks Home. It or. And mrs. Carson Cobb or. And mrs. Arthur Pyle or and mrs. R. A. Hills and or and mrs Neil Loynachan enjoyed a picnic at the Chariton Lake a inlay. It mrs. Kenton Cuie in from the coun by Friday to visit with her daughter mis. Fon Ash a and family. It a Thclma Kells visited in the coun a re the first of the week with Margaret Mckinley. It Guy Baker hauled a car Load of attic to Melrose for Dan Curran on monday. It. I. Lou Johnston and mrs. Lloyd May were Chariton shoppers mon Tay afternoon. It miss Ethel Saunders a teacher in the High school returned to her Home tuesday evening from a vist Here with mrs. Fred Stacy. It or. And mrs. Joe Dixon of Ottumwa visited the latter s aunt mrs. Ben sunday. It mrs. Artie Brewer returned Homo sunday evening from Indianola where she had been visiting relatives for the past two . It. Are also eight grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren beside other relatives a friends who morn her departure. She spent the greater part of her life on a farm near Columbia Iowa Vith the exception of three Vears in Kan As. In the Spring of .1920 she moved Vith her husband to Russell she was converted in Early life and United with the Antioch Christian Union Church later transferring her membership to the methodist Church at Coal Glen and afterwards to Russell. Her life was characterized by an unselfish untiring Devotion to Home and family and any service that she. Was Able to perform for others was lovingly and willingly rendered. Truly it might be said of her Quot so Quot look eth Well to the ways of her houss j hold and cat eth not the bread of Idle . Iler children arise and tall her. Blessed. Funeral services were held from the Coal Glen Church Friday afternoon july 20th. Rev. A. E. Beals officiated. Burial was made in Coal Glen cemetery. Those attending from a distance were mrs. Eunice Selders of Van Orn. 111. Mrs. Darlene sheets of Blue Island 111. Mrs. Maude Patterson of Alliance Nebr or. L. Kennedy of Kansas City or. P. S. Kennedy of Chicago 111, mrs. Filena Hood of Desmo Ines mrs. Adline Umbenhour and or. And mrs. A Umbenhour of Char Iton. It card of thanks. It read turbot s air on put a go we wish to extend our thanks and appreciation to the neighbors and friends for their kindness and sympathy during the illness and death of our beloved Mother mrs. Julia Kennedy. Also for the Beautiful Floral of eve Ings. The children it the Mises Irma and Marie Johnson of la Grange spent the week end in Russell with their aunt mrs. Mart goo Kin. It or ind mrs Guy Parker and child i were sunday dinner guests at the Clint i Teico Home it Lefie Penfield visited friends in Des Moines last week it i Quot my mrs Greenlee returned Home Friday from their but messers Parker and Latham have finished the basement and have the partition Walls Laid for the House they arc erecting for mrs. Parker this will make quite an improvement in town. Elizabeth and Ruth Eloise Bower visited several Days last week in Char it on with their Uncle Doc. Marshall. It Phyllis and Hetty Jennings of or. And mrs. Guy Baker and fam-1 Woodburn who have been visiting at ily were entertained at the al Dyer the Home of their aunt mrs. Walter Home sunday evening. It. Yes Phippen Sim hauls Stock. Phone l i or 4j, Iowa. Larimer returned Home wednesday a ening. It. Read turbot s and on pay of 3

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