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Russell Union (Newspaper) - June 11, 1924, Russell, Iowa Quot j Quot a. We make anything in our Job department that is made from saving service life Isact i on under new management a Home paper for the Home volume 4russell, Iowa wed Espa. Lunk 11, 1924. Number 30 lyceum number Given Friday eve Home Talent lyceum course sponsored by the women Community club proved Success last year the Community clubs de Cirod to give a lyceum course composed of Home Talent during Iho a inter months. They curried out this plan a by give info an pore ten lecture play and a minstrel the latter number Beitf liven last Friday evening at the Hig school auditorium. The club has been working for some time to secure a Community House and the proceeds of the lyceum course Are to go into n fund for hint purpose. To Date it is impossible to state the exact amount derived from this source As there Are a few expenses to be paid but it will be near �5200.00. While this is not a very Large amount to use toward the Purchase of a building yet it is pleasing to Luniow the course proved a Success financially and other plans Are being formed to increase the fund until the club can a i it this much needed building. Farm Bureau picnic the annual Lucas county farm Bureau picnic will be held in the John May Grove saturday june 21. A program has been arranged and Allare invited to attend. Mrs. B. Perdue and son went to Derby tuesday morning for a Brief visit with relatives. Mrs. M. E. Lei Over meets with painful accidents some time ago mrs. M. E. Be Ever acc Dently scratch one of her hands which became infected causing her ii Tell Suli . Be costly she fell and injured her spine and for several Days was unable to walk. We Are glad to report that she is slightly improved at this writing however. Or. Smith changes office hours commencing monday Juiia in or. Ii Quot. B. Smith chiropractor of Chari. A will have charge of the Russell i ices and will arrive at 4 30 p. M. On monday wednesday and Friday of each week. The Public wll please remember the above change in office Hovirs and be at that office at that time. Adv. Beniamin t. Kennedy passes away passed away at his Home in Russell last tuesday june 3. Resided Here for Many years Benjamin Tolbert Kennady son of Tolbert and Nancy Kennady was born september 7, 1855 near Knox Ville Lowa and passed away at his Home in Russell Lowa Jane 13, 1924 your of Whon he said with Paul Quot i know whom i have believed and am persuaded that he is Able to keep that which i have committed unto him against that Day Quot funeral services Wero held from the Coal Glen at the ago of g8 years s months and Church thursday afternoon june t. 27 Days. On september 27, 1875 he Kev. Archie Beals officiated assisted was United in Mir Ridge to Julia Hay by cons. Morehead of Columbia to Wood. To this Union eight children a. Isrial was made in the Coal were born two of whom preceded Glen com Story. Those attending him in death Earl Cleo in 1889 and from a distance wore mrs. Eunice first band concert sly in Psi these concerts Are the up ii a v enjoyed by Public boost Fqy yol in Oine band the the following item was crowded out of last wee it s issues or. And mrs. C. S. Price Asa and Ida Price motored to Albia sunday to attend the baccalaureate services at that the x a Kuniai via Guter was one of the graduates. The writer has been director 0 i Resen the Home band for the past three and j j years but for various reasons one take being t he fact that i have no spare Quot sit i time this year to devote a Memi count of conducting two new spa freq pers the leadership has passed to Pei id a others and i am not connected with and i Iii ill a a a a Almont of at least $75 in i ivies i a. Then he must lesions until he can ii ii keep Pace with the other. must l e purchased there Are other sex. S such As Hall rent lights if the director is a Sala Sena Adeline Davis in 1908. He survived by his faithful wife six children Enlis. Eunice z. Solders mrs. Lenora a. Lynn mrs. Maude e. Ult i on mrs. Nancy Walter l. Yuul Peai i. Kennady eight grandchildren three great grandchildren mu1 one sister mrs. Adeline Umbenhower of Des Moines Iowa. Other relatives and a Host of friends also mourn his departure. At the age of sixteen years he accepted Christ As his Saviour and United with the Antioch Christian Union Church. Later he joined the Coal Glen Church and upon a moving to Russell transferred his membership to the m. E. Church of this place. His life was Ever a living Testi Ziony to the Christ whom he so dearly loved and so Faith fully served. He faced his Home going with Joy in i heart and a triumphant Faith in the Sav is solders and son Harold and daughter . Darlene Anderson of Van Orin ills. Mrs. Maude Patterson of Alliance Nebr. Or. And mrs. Pearl Kennady of Kansas City kans. Mrs. Adeline Umbenhower and mrs. M. C. Hood of Des Moines Iowa or. And. Mrs. Earl Jones and daughter Helen of Tedrick Low a or. And mrs. Casper Smith and son Lorville and to Len Davis of Batavia Iowa. Card of thanks mrs. Elsie Grey wont to Waterloo saturday evening to visit at the Home of her son Trace and family and to get Aciu whited with the new grand daughter. Myand mrs. W. J. Phippen and daughter Orra left sunday afternoon on a pleasure trip to Liike Okoboji. Mrs. W. J. Marshall receives serious the band in any manner whatsoever Ned. Ii Bev which is nearly always this season. However i am very the there is Emu a interested in having a b ind in Joe j our Little City and i wish this Organ. Of ii Tom e a Success they should fixation Success. I would like at this h Ive Ilia by of financial assistance time to Call your attention to a few in a ii hem in conducting their or facts concerning not Only the rus-1 a animation. A band Ian in towns sell band but the majority of bands like Oul own usually does not rein towns the size of ours and even chive enough Money during a sea places like Chariton. Everyone in son to p a interest on the investment the Community enjoys the music and of his it instrument. Should we Over unless the band plays constantly for look these focus acid allow our band about two hours there is much to go unassisted and expect them to l i Neville erects Hugh signs Lineville Tribune an attractive sign was Hung on the East Side of the sip Iare one Day last week. The sign is of heavy Canvas and extends almost across the Street. On the North Side is painted in Throe foot letters Quot Welcome to Janeville the Gateway to on the South Side reads Quot Welcome to Lineville the Gateway to the erection of these signs shows the Pride that Lineville business men take in their town and shows them to be real boosters. The Many friends of mrs. W. J. Marshall will regret to learn that she was severely injured last wed nos Day evening. It was reported to this office that she had attended the band concept and i turning Home she tripped on the Steps at the residence and fell injuring one ankle to such an extent she has been unable to walk since that time. We Hope she will soon recover and entirely overcome the injury. Or. And mrs. E. H. Havens and son Edwin of Des Mones visited the fore part of last week with their cousins Susan and William Day. Comment regal Ding such fact. Then whenever there is a Holiday gathering or other feature the band is expected to be present smilingly and Render plenty of music. Very Well but what compensation do they receive during the Winter rehearsals it is Oft remarked that the band ought not be permitted to make such Quot noises Quot As it is not always pleasing to the ear. Yet when summer comes the efforts of the band through the Winter months Are thoroughly enjoyed if they play enough at each concert. Regarding a band s expenses each member of a band is expected to Purchase his own instrument which usually rep water Means More berries Community c. Notes the Community club will hold the last meeting of the year at the Home of mrs. Thomas Jeffries on saturday afternoon june 14 at 2 30 o clock. There will by a social hour and games and luncheon will be enjoyed. Each member is requested to bring their own dishes and a Good attendance is desired. Wanted Good residence property in Russell to rent permanently. Inquire at the Union office. Adv. T mrs. Walter Mckinley mrs. Richard Martin and mrs. Charles Kells left thursday for Belle Plaine where they will attend the Des Moines Loranel convention of the Quot by Omelis a by Jety i a Tco to it we wish to extend our thanks and appreciation to Tho neighbors and friends for their kindness Anu sympathy during the illness and death of our beloved husband and father also for the Beautiful Floral offerings. Mrs. Julia Kennedy and children. Kenneth Boyd Richard Moore and the misses Lefie Penfield Ruth Post veda Robb Beryle Goltry Ruth Hardy Marie Post it Icylo downard and Velva Irvine students of Parsons College at Fairfield have returned Here to spend Tho summer vacation with Home folks. Or. And mrs. J. H. Drake have returned from a visit with Rel lives in Melcher. Remain unit Iid it cannot be done. There would have been no concerts Here last summer had there been no band tax fund As there were not enough players in Russell Hist year to form a hand without securing players from other towns. The tax Money derived from the tax was greatly appreciated by the band but or. And fairs l. G. Co Poland and it was consumed by securing players j son visited Over Tho week end with from other towns purchasing Nimsic relatives in Chai Itou Etc. We need our band in Russell Anil we also have a band As Good if Nof l Etter than is usually found in lev a like ours so let us give this i l Ai Iza Tion our support and make some arrangement to increase their is this year. Or. And i irs. Paul Blue and son of Dos Moines returned i Oliie sunday night after a visit in this City with her parents i or. And George Thompson. Mrs. Of Union Force tha proprietor of thei Russell uni Ort is surely Tillit cd to a hero Nieda. To recently printed the annual for Tho Russell High school the Book being about the size of the one got out by the senior class at chair ton. That it was printed at Home shows courage on Tho Pai t of the Printer. Not Only that but loyalty of the class in patronizing Home institutions. The annual was full of class spirit and plenty of literary pith. There were numerous Chariton Leader. Mrs. Hansel Linville and daughter returned Home monday after a Brief visit at the j. To Braden Home in Chariton. With a Light Cherry crop in Prospect and a comparatively dry season the demand for fresh Juicy Straw will be greater than Over. The Strawberry grower who is prepared to water his crop this year will realize proportionately greater returns than in former years. Four out of five seasons the Strawberry bed in Iowa needs water and the horticultural Extension department Iowa state College estimates that the use of water this year will double of treble the crop. Mrs. Gladys Purdem and son of Des Moines returned Home thursday after a Brief visit with her grandparents or. And mrs. Sam Mckinley. Mrs. Burton Harding left last Friday morning for an extended visit in Ronayne Montana with her parents or. And mrs. A. L. Mccu Lineu misses frit cos and Vera Cassity of Garnett kans arrived tuesday morning Foi n visit with their aunt Maude Rickey misses play Ali hand Doris Pepper of Nodaway who have been visiting with their Uncle j. A. Goltry and family in Kenosha wis., arrived tuesday morning for a visit with their uncles c. F., Sam and Fred Goltry of this place. Miss Salile Smith who has with her been mrs. Maude Patterson of Alliance Nebr., vrho was summoned Here by the death of her father b. T. Kennady returned Home tuesday morning. Mrs. Everett Davis i turned the first of last week from a few Days visit with relatives in Rome. Mrs. Eliza Mckinley entertained miss Sallie Smith of mijo misses Maude Rickey and Ciao turbot and mrs. Mary Stech at dinner in. Her Home sunday. A u we Senju Pablo time is be posted by those present. Or. And jars Pearl Kennady of Dames Dell Lemley Margaret Kansas City kans., returned to their stir y and Amanda Branhan were Home tuesday morning after having Cem y seat visitors tuesday. Been Sumii ironed hero by the death of his father b. T. Kennady. Mrs. A. Jenkins and granddaughter Francos Spencer left last wednesday for a visit with relatives in st. Joseph to. J. W. Mcgee transacted in Chariton monday. Business Ali. And mrs. Fred Willits who re con returned from a tour of the Sellini and West Wero visiting Russelll i of and friends tuesday. Aji of Grace and Gladys Kimler a the members of Tho c. L. Club i were entertained thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Howard Smith. A pleasant time is reported by those present. If i i kill Irose came i monday for Jar. And mrs. J. H. Huston and son t the Home of their Uncle Cin i Marvin and Jar. And mrs. Earl Cook Oldes Moines visited Tho first of last week at the Home of the formers brother r. T. Huston. A Harry Gage and daughter Elizabeth of Lincoln Nebr arrive Oil visiting with her Frond maudea., ,., i monday evening for a v sit at the a Rickey returned to her Home in i a of her no How Ira Johnston. Milo monday morning. Mabel Mcvey Whu is employed in Charlton came Down saturday evening for a Brief visit with relatives and friends. Harriett Goltry of Tarkio to. Arrived last saturday to spend the Sunior with her father or. C. Goltry. To regret to reported plotts numbered with the sick this week. Or. And mrs. John Murray went to Chariton wednesday afternoon to visit the latter s Sisters. Mesdames g. J. And h. W. Gittinger. Margaret Blanchard of Chariton is visiting at the Homo of her Gran Jia rents or. And mrs. G. S. Jennings i a a 1 Lew sons will u ii Vannice Weilt to Des Moines in evening Cor a few Days Vish Bis son Oren and Fani ily. Jars. William Sells of Indi Aiwohi returned Home thursday morning after a Brief visit with her brother t. Vannice. Wrlatha Teater who has been attending the state Normal College sit Cedar Falls returned Home saturday Lel t monday for a Lys visit in Creston with Bei a a rank and de after which she 1 to Denver col�., for a visit edit Ives. Ili to a l Ali mrs. J. B. Robb of Chariton was calling on Russell friends Friday evening. Born to or. And mrs Trace Crey of Waterloo on saturday Juno 7th, a daughter. Go Marshall of Albia came up by evening for a visit with his a ii Arents or. And mrs. Cal King Quot Ert Ewald was a Des Moines to tuesday. Or. And i. Earl Cox and children returned sunday from a two weeks visit in Knoxville at the parental a. R. Trickett Homo. Goodwin who has been Seiuli i Quot a a few Days with his grand Imit ii Quot mrs. Ellen Goodwin return i i l Lis Home in Chariton monday. A. J. Mettlin Atte Nulod Tho Lala sonic grand Lodge in Dos i Loines last thursday. Phyllis Ford entertained her Friend Alice Kobb of Chari Tim last Friday Mildred White returned saturday morning from a visit with friends in Cedar Falls. Celeste Freo spent sunday ii Char Iton with friends Enro Uto to Ames for a visit with friends at that place. Bornico Shire has accepted a to i sit ion in Tho schools at Oskaloosa for the coming sol tool year. Mrs. Fred Goltry went to to dues saturday to Wattem Rifae Drake University to Radii Tiomi fer cases her daughter Wilda being a one of the graduates. They returned to their Home West of Russell today. I a. Visit m m. Neve was a last wednesday evening. Mrs k. C. went to Millerton Williamson tues dry to Alt end the funeral of h. E. I Laver. Air i. Sarah pan who has been visiting at Tho Homo of her daughter mrs. M. G. Long and family depart Erl Friday morning for a visit with laughter mrs. Otto Knapp if

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