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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. NOVEMBER 15. 1923
Big Musical Comedy Coming Union Evangelistic Meeting i Mrs. A. J. White Dies
' George B Wlntz, producer of "Shu' Tho Union evangelistic meetings Hose A Lytic was horn March 0,
fie Along" and "Listen Irene" will sue. wl.loh opened last Monday beginning I3"- In Hoone County, Imlhiun. When
mil "Venus" k musical corned v, one of Inutile llapllst church lire starting with small child she moved with her pui
thebggest hits showing In this state' " splendid Intetost The church N outs to Linn county, Iowa and at the
this- season, at the Auditorium. Sun tilled each night and the evangelist nge of It oars moved to Jewell county,
duy. Dec '-'nil. The oste consists if Mrs Wilcox has been preaching deeply ( Kansas, win-to, she with married to
Ufl'v P'onlf hiuU No lorchestra. Thevi intei esfliiK and pointed gospel ser. . Adonlium .luds-.n Whlto In the year
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art-oniy pniying in wuMiin, i.iut'uin,
Hasting". McCouk and Red (.'loud in
th s state.
American Legion Post 238
Wednesday evening lied Cloud Post
i!'!3 met and elected the follow ingoftle
ers for the ensuing year
Commander Nadore Johnson.
Vice Commander It V. Nioho'.son.
Adjutant A It McArthur.
Finance Olllei'i Harry Yost
Chaphiiii II S Foe.
Coin's Filing fc-quad Fied Mender
s m and Kveivtt Mroup
Bugleis Elton Pope an I Paul Pol
nioky. The Inavale Barbecue
Altho the loads were very muddy
Monday morning a large number of
people were seen headed for Inavale
and by noon a large crowd at that vlll
age'to take pirt in the festivities of
Hev Henry gave a short Interesting
tilk after which the American Legion
tiring squad tired tho salute in hohor
of iti dead and Faul l'olnicky sounded
I ll.n l 1. ,,. ,.,.., t i. ., .1 r.f t,.n
I ill iMU mi. 'ii. luinii'u i.i :. ... j.
siiiduichts, picUlis and ootVeo Viiinsli
ed very readily whtiiNhe hungiy ones
got up to the set ving line.
l'he afternoon was spent in athktie
contests mid event was biought to a
i close by a dance in the evening All
those pi csent seemed to have it good
i ii i
jThe Armistice Day Service
Sunday evening was windy, wet and
disagreeable. Tho stoi in reduced the
attendance at the Union service, tho
Congregational church being about
half tilled. The exercises were how
ever, of very high order A double
quartette led by C. L. Cotting, sang
with excellent etroct. Rev. II. K.
Tweedy was in charge and Rev I. W.
Edson read the 7'2d Pstilm and offered
Ilev C. (J. Nelson, first on the list of
speakers, gave a concise history of
events leading up to the organization
of the League of Nations, and the
World Court, and presented an nrray
of facts, challenging mid conclusive,
that proved to be of very Informing
nature, and of deep interest to every
Ilev. B. S. Daugherty hud as subjeot:
"The attitude of the Religious forces
of the Nation toward the World Court,"
and presented the facts set out by The
Federal Council of Churches in Ameri
ca, together with conclusions he had
reached, which were convincing and
revealed tho duty of tho United Slates
in no uncertain way.
Rev. H. Q. Wilcox was given "The
attitude of the "Politics" of the Nut-
lun toward the World Court," but ills
lemurks were directed generally to the
i duty of the citizenship of the nation,
and the politicians escaped with but Dori3( the mUe (iaURi,ter of Mr. ami
casual mention, his emphasis being tip'MrSi Freu Hc,ig0( was C10SD to take
on the duty of the ordinary clti.en to U)e mmbera from the box and 05G055
;. sou.reot maueis u.ai me m.no.uy hi .oml to b(J the ,uck Uckct muj wns
the Senate should not count for rb' b M w A Sherwood. Dis-
' much us at picsent. Tho obligat on of i , . . . ....
.,.., l , , , , mlayimr her customary generosity,
, the ct .en was mide clear and unms. i', , , , ... ..
iu tuujiciiy ni.-b uul i.uv.11 tuuunimmn
and the Service as a whole was ex -
ceedlngly interesilmr. It Is matter of
regret that the state of the weather
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hindered a full audience.
li'iuru wjni u luiiiiiH " siisvii .....v.. j
Quito a number of tho Legion loysjt wou,(l b(J ,u.OAU,ni,iUoiis to wsumo,
weie present, adding greatly to the In- could continue for the next twelve
terest of the occasion. months to come.
mens It Is very evident ttiat her mes
sges ure gilpplug the hearts of the
people from night to night as she so
earncsilv nu' ably piesi-nts tho truth.
And such line singing us there is
each evening Is worth going many
ml!- to hear. The laro chorus of
lied Cloud's splendid singois led by
Mr. Hush ulfurds n prlvelogo that Is
not often enjoved In any other meet
lug like the one now in progress
are solos ai-d nuets and chorus specials J
that are as Hue as aiy singing on a
lyeoum or Chautauqua program
Rev. Mr. Daugheitv with his skilled,
well trained voice affoids a rare Unit
to the congregation on each evening
Ami betides with mi experienced hand
he gets the lust there Is in song from
the people who are in the audience.
Tills evening Mrs (Sallally is on tho
program to render one of hei will
choseu specials and Mis Hush is re
covered sulllelently to preside with her
able manner ut the psano which Is a
plesisur" to all.
These meetings will be held at the
liirf.tlfchnrch this week and on Sun
day night will he held at the Mctho
dist i lunch owing to the larger audi
torium. The music committee has
secured a new sung book 'Hymns of
l'talsu' one ol tho m st recent, song
books published by the Hope Pub Co ,
and there will be plenty ol these to go
iiiouiid among the big ctuwd in M
Sunday iiighi so come on. tunc up, and
Bvcijbody around the country
should ciowd into the Methodist
ciuiicii on Minniiy liigm 10 njoy a
real gospel heat and each night thou
after bo light on l..inl to help make a
gietit gospel campaign in lied ( l'oud
There is iinqualilidely uot,hiuir wh'eh
our town and country need so much as
tho gospel of ilgbteousiiess and right
living and a real evangelistic meeting
along these lues And so it Is deslr
able that there should be a generous
spirit of coopeiiition and interest man
ifested in tho r.viingelistlc meetings
now in progress in lied Cloud
dust here vsc take occasion in behalf
of tli6 pastors to (hunk the ptess of
our city for their cordial mid ready co.
operation helping to make the cam
pill K u of the church a success
H. (5. Wilcox, Pahtok
iKrmv ifstivitifs rinm.'
LLGION I-fc&miTlES CLOSh
ON SATURDAY NIGHT
The Local American Legion
No. 238 three day Armistice clebra-
tion came to a close on Saturday
evenintr and besides nffordinir no
tttlc merriment, substantially added
to the Post's building fund. '
The parlor suite, as previously ad-
vert'sed, was given away absolutely
free by the business men, in the sale
pavilion, at 8:.'J0, with Messrs E.
Preston, W. G. Hamilton, Fred Hen
derson and Dr. R. S. JIartin n charge
Duplicate numbers were placed in a
large box, the eleventh one to be
drawn to designate the winner.
!tne may iirocccitcu io piesem, me suae
to the Legion to he sold at aucfon.
Ted Harris presiding as auctioneer
pi'OVCd Cqual to tllC OCCllsioil illld US
'. - icsult of his efforts the Legion's
building fund, in this one instance,
w strengthened to the extent of
!$i:ia.00 and the fest vitiea came to a
I . f ,,,. ,,.,,,.1,
, Font' children were hum of this
union: Samuel Mulvin and Man-ellus
Kdwaid twins, the fonuer djing in ii -fnucy,
and Flounce (Since, mm Mi,
Frank AuiaoU, mid Mrtiy Bl abeth
who u.o died when quite young.
; For four ears after their marriage
j they lived in Smith County, Kansas
1 they then moved to Webster county,
Nebiiisl.a whole they
lived until 1!)J1
"hen they moved to Colotado to he
near their chililieii
She died Nov. f, 1 i2. t at the hospital
l Uux'uui. Uulo . following
ation She hail been a great sutVeier
ciuswd by deciy of the bone for jjio
lust ten mouths
When a oung woman she iimttd
with the Ciiristliin church of which
she remained u member until liei
doatii She was a tine loving comp in
i in, a devoted mother and a consistent
Dining her last Illness, tho nicked
with pain, she was kind, patient and
eonslttwrato to all whoso privilege or
duty it was te care for her. Her many
fi lends In 1 1 ;i to in, Colo , unite with
her former fi lends of Webster county
wheie she llveii so iniinv years in ex
tending sympathy to the beieuved
Hei icmiiius wo io laid to rest In tho
llaxiinn cotneterv, Ilev. Nickey of the
llrethiru chinch conducting the fun
urul set vice. Those who came tiotu a
'distance were: Mrs Maiy A. Piittu
son t ItiiVL'tiwood, Mo , Mr and Mis,
II Ii Hi ubiiker and daughter Veia of
McCo.'k. Not r . Win. filtiMiu or Co!o.
rndii s-prings, Mr. and .Mis Bdward
, White of Atwond, Kansas and their
sou La Vet lie of Ft Fltz-iminons and
'.Mis C i: White of (Soring, Nebr.
FAIl.il HUKKAl' XOTtiS
(Ily II. U. Fail ch, County Agent)
Members of the Webster county
champion high school judging team
and tho Nebraska champion team
weic guests of the Guide Rock Com
munity Club on Tuesday evening.
The Guide Rock high school team
which won the county championship
at the Webster County Agricultural
Hoc ety were introduced. They weie:
John Yung, Marion Duffy and Clif-
j ford Howard. The Nebraska team
( CiqM Means Ue,, c,oud. A,fr0(,
Sommerfclt, Illue Hill and Karl Por-
tinier. Guide Rock. The neonle of
ni,,o 1ntr unit pnrrnniinifv' iii linpk
of the team.
Carl Jones, assistant stale club
leader was present and presented the
Nebraska team with six loving cups
and the gold watches recently won at
.the Inter-State contest at Sioux City.
Eric Ohmstcde ard Allen Vaugjhn,
first and second winners in Webster
'county ton litter weie present.
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q I J. nose ooy.s uucu won iuymik tui.-,
given by the Hank of Guide UocK lor
tiie heaviest litter of pigs at 180
days old. It is inspiu'ng to find
hankers like Mr. Auld who look for
enough ahead to appreciate the far
reaching influence of boys and girls
clubs of the community. Money that
has been contributed towards stait
ing the hoys and girls of our county
in p'g, calf and other organizations,
will be returned with good inteiest.
(The joungstcrs if they have learned
I nothing else, have acquired a know
ledge of credit that will he most valu
able to them in ycvt to co
Kvery hank in the county might
find t advantageous to invest in tho
boys and gills. Tho dividends aio
Miss Nellie Kalley went to Hustings,
Wednesday where she had her tonsils
It's What You Think and Say
It's wlpjf ynu think and say, my friend,
That makes the sort of towuj
Tlie people find wheti they move In
Or travel up and down.
It's jour opinions oft expressed
That tell the rest of us
If the town i good or if it's bad
Or if it's just a muss.
You see we get ; our slant on things,
We ll'teii to yotn Ule.
And o it's s.ut f up m vti
To boost and not to wall
You have your put to pl.iy. my friend.
Like all the rest of folks.
A forward look, a forw.itd stride,
An achievement, not a hoax.
We all can push togther and
Then the p'ace will glow
To be the kind of tow u we need
And tho world arouu I will know.
Tout we hiivc di m mil useful part
In planting potent koo I:
In keeping drones and kuo.de ers out;.
In b.ining gi.ift and gn-ed.
This "Mi is ours but wo must koep
It w oi thy, ii , "".'I an uppal
To alt wljo seek tin) s rt of plao
Th.it promotes the common-weal.
Special Notice to Members
Garfield Community Church
The Finance Hoard will present tho
annual budot to the congregation lor
Us couecton, cilticlsm and approv.il
at the moMi'iig setvlee Sunday and ih
peciiiily i I'lestull to be piosent.
I gueil Finn lice lloind,
Frank Alios. C'luiiinniu
Dr.ES. V. Nicholson
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