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Russell Union (Newspaper) - May 13, 1920, Russell, Iowa Quot to to Quot so v vol. 34 Russell Lucas county. Iowa thursday May 13, 1920 no. 23wall paper paint i want to just say a few words this week about Wall paper and paint. Anticipating that the demand for these articles would begin Early i have already received two shipments of new Stock for the season and will be Able to Supply All Early needs. I will make this suggestion to All who can do so it Wili be Well to have their work done As Early As possible for it will be hard to get work done after the season fairly opens and there will be no Economy in waiting. My Stock on hand will be said out at present prices but every indication is that prices will be higher As the season advances. 1 believe it will be to your advantage to get into tie game Early. And remember always that Quot it pays to Trade at Mettlin 5&Quot a. Iowa. Al Llull Llull Linini a Jill la Inilla a ill ill Llull id school entertainment Quot sleeping Beauty Quot the fairy play Given by the pupils of miss Pyle s and miss Cook s rooms was greeted by a full House Friday eve ing at the High school auditorium. The play was exceptionally Well presented and showed ear full training and Long hours of patient work by both teachers Anc pupils. The costumes of al the characters wore made especially for the play �71 were realized from the proceeds. Marriage licenses. Ucil Ncik have been issued by clerk Verner Seth Martin 28 and Marv Goben 14, both of Lucas we. Aitken 22, of tipperary and May Eudee 18, of Olmitz Geo. J. Mettlin 23 and Cora Linville 18, of Russell. Old soldiers get increase in pension the old soldiers Are feeling pretty Good Over the passing of the new pension Law which provides a minimum of �50 a per month to soldiers and a �30 a month to Soldier s widows. The increase was made to provide for the increase in the Cost of living and it will be mighty Welcome to the old veterans and widows. Entertained mrs. Waldo plotts entertain Ltd several Young Quot oils to a six o clock dim a a evening a those present were Eva and Mary Baker Tuby and Hazel Kuiler Mildred White and Icyle Hull. They All reported that they had a delicious dinner. Class of j6 to graduate the graduating class of 1920 is one of the largest clauses thai has graduated from the Russell High school in several years we give the names of the graduates As follows Alta Lynn Celeste free v Hazel Dixon Orra Pii Ippen Arlene Thompson Marie Davis Dorothy Smith Mildred White v Wretha Teater Kenneth. Lafavre Herbert Johnston. Keith Jennies Howard Thompson Lyall Sands Hollie Carpenter Clifford Lewis the baccalaureate Sermon will. Be a sunday night May 16, at the j Christian Church. Rev. T. B. I Davis will deliver the address. On account of the inability to secure a speaker for Friday Nighti the Date of the commencement exercises Lias been changed to wednesday night May 19, at them e. Church. F. A. Welsh the state inspector of Public schools a from Des Moines will deliver the address. Consolidation meeting the country school districts held a meeting in the High school auditorium saturday evening to talk consolidation. Some of the school districts of Washington. Cedar Benton and Lincoln townships were represented. A a very enthusiastic meeting was held being addressed by county up. Myrtle Dungan of Chariton Aud the county superintendent Mcgee of Indianola. A secret vote of the men present resulted in a 6 to 1 vots in favor of consolidation. Petitions will be circulated at once. If All the country districts come in that want in it will be one m the largest consolidated school a districts in the state. Ali Mimsi la Council proceedings Russell Iowa May 4, 6. Y. P. U. Rally Well attended the b. Y. P. A rally at the Baptist Church saturday and sunday was a great Success. A Large number attended from other town3, the number present from the different towns were Corydon eight Chariton fourteen Des Moines Oue and Humeston unit seven Quot there was a pageant Given in the main part of the Church saturday night by Corydon and Russell. After the pageant there was a social in the Church basement. 1920 refreshments were served and an Council of the town of Russell Iowa met in regular May session. Members present mayor Werts clerk plotts Council men Jaffres Smith plotts Wright and Johnston. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Motion made and carried that the following Bills be allowed and ordered paid Chas. Shirer. Dragging $6 00 George , , a a Eiken Berry amp tolls. Sand and Cement. $204 �0 a. J. Woodman roofing town Lall e. W. Gaddis printing b. F. Wilson. Blanks Lucas co Concrete pipe he fester hauling garbage there being no further business Council upon motion adjourned. W. L. Werts h. H. Plotts mayor clerk those who Are careful about their Money Are also careful about their time. They know the value of both. And they know that time is not Money unless profitably employed and a portion of one s earnings is saved. \ when saving is started Thrift accompanies Industry always an invincible pair. 4 per cent interest paid on savings citizens state Bank Russell Iowa. a $166.95 $1.70 $2 00 $155,52 $25,90 Quot Tajo table evening was had by All present. 9 the regular Church services , As usual sunday morn aug. In the afternoon there was a meeting of All the Voung people and plans for the of Quot the b. Y. P. U. Were discussed. P. Y. P. A. Meeting and regular Church services in the evening. We were favored at All these aah go Quot if cd a Saiwai Lilia in la or Roderick Grant of Chariton. Miss scythe Wright also Sang a very pretty Solo a the sunday evening service. As sugar advances and by the Way we have a Little at All times All canned fruits especially those of a heavy syrup pack Are advancing accordingly. All our canned fruits were Bot and Are being sold on the basis at which they were Bot last fall so you can figure for yourself the difference Between last fall prices and present Market and see your saving by buying from us. Buy your fruit by the Case Alii ready canned judging from pres a ent conditions it s a Good buy As it is going to be hard to get your fruit canned. Genuine Oyster Shell and egg grit. Buy your Chick feed of us and save Money both Chick and scratch size no grit no moldy and Mutty feed to kill your Chicks this is All new feed. United evangelical Church announcements there will be preaching services at Beulah sunday at 11 a. M. And at mount Carmel at 8 p. M. Sunday school at Beulah mount Carmel. And Trinity at 10 a. M. It was necessary to postpone the missionary meeting last Yeek so the meeting will be held thursday at 2 30 p. M. At the parsonage the april lesson will be studied. We Welcome All to on services w. A Mckinley pastor it. Turbot Quot everything Good to eat Quot phone 59 i b. Y. P. U. Notice does religion pay is it Worth while to be a Christian if you Aren t quite sure come to the b. Y. A meeting at the Baptist Church sunday evening at 7 00 o clock and we will Endeavor to show you that it is Worth while to be Christian. If you Are sure it pays to be a Christian com6 anyway for you will be interested in the meeting. Everybody invited. Everybody Welcome. Come a where has Harry Keller formerly publisher of the Russell Union got to we notice in Bis paper published at Gilmo re City that they had no mail for two Day due to a mail clerk being sick or something. Do you suppose they have heard of the presidential Eleo Tion which will be held this year or does Harry know he baseball season has opened better come Back to civilization we d Melrose record Baptist Church notes. The budget meeting announced for sunday has been postponed. All the sunday services As usual except the evening Church service on account of Union baccalaureate. Members and friends of the Church Are urged to make a special Effort to be present at the sunday morning service. Subject Quot love s supreme but Don t fail to be present for sunday school at 10 o clock and b. Y. P. To. At 7 o clock prayer meeting thursday evening at 8 o clock. Emil j. , pastor thigh school notes percent of punctuality and attendance thigh school notes percent of punctuality and attendance 8d Grade. .99 3 .98 8 .98 5 .98 .97 7 .97 5 .90 3 11th Grade. .95 5 memorial Bay local happenings John Allen went to Omaha sunday of business. Miss Mae Jenkins was an Albia visitor saturday. Guinea eggs for Sale $1.00 for 18.�?beatrice Prather. A w. Plotts was a business visitor in Burlington Friday. A miss Ethel Price visited a few Days this week with her parents at Albia. Mrs. C. D. Smith and daughter Dorothy were Chariton visitors saturday. A misses Eye Louden and Mildred Deming were Chariton visitors to Nav. A Homer Parson went to Albia saturday to visit at the Charley Price Home up. F. Spragne went to Osceola tuesday to attend the Bankers convention. Two houses for rent. For Sale work horse two sucking pigs John Dixon. A mrs. W. T. Curtis and grandson Robert Curtis were Chariton visitors Friday. A mrs. C. V. Mason returned to her Home monday after a Short visit at the Ray Allen Home in Letts a a mrs. J. A Merrill returned to her Home in Chariton saturday after a Short visit with mrs. Ella eastus. A mrs. Harold Boyd returned to her Home in Ottumwa saturday after a Short visit with mrs. Spill Man Boyd. A mrs. I. E. Raines went to Woodburn monday to visit her parents. Her sister mrs. C. F. Alline of Ottumwa who has been visiting mrs. Raines went with her to Woodburn. A mrs Norman Mader of Ottumwa who has been visiting mrs. Stanton Cooper went to Chariton Friday to visit friends in that City. The Oose Vatice of Memoria 1 Jav he refill be sunday May 30th. The different committees and a Complete program will be published next week. A Clay Allen went to Chicago sunday. re announcement i have bought the meat Market of Fred Goltry and am now supplied with a full line of fresh and cured meats and groceries. My Oleo is always fresh and is kept on ice. Drink red Crown Coffee and live forever. Cookies always fresh. Bring me your hides. It a Iii Iii a it in Mitizi xae Opportunity knocks at your door when you have accumulated a Bank account even though it be Small. A Small beginning often leads to a big ending. First build the Bank account Aud you will sure find the Opportunity to use it to your advantage Russell state Bank Russell Iowa. Capital and surplus $60,000.00
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