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M. J. jwunruu iniiiii; in odui.ii uiuuj
Cty Mondny r nil Tuesdny.
Audrey a i lawny wan a uaiso
In Citv visitff Friday
Mrs." N. U. Smith returned l'rldnj
from n visit with friends in Morn
Mrp. Julia Kxon, of MorntnfjHide
was n Homer visitor Thursday.
Mrs. Arthur Harris hjicnt r.evprn
days in Huhli.ird ntteiidintf the dree
The ploy, "Bashful Mr. Bohs," jjivcr
by the Comii iinity Club, was surelj
worth the lime ppent on it, and 1
think we owe Mr. and Mrs. Baker f
vote of thanks for their untlrlnr
work with it. "Wo have not space
to mention ouch actor separately bu;
they all did fine, and were surely ap
Forest Butler and wife of Slou
City visited her sister, Mrs. E. S
Redden and family, Sunday hctweei
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ream, of .On
kota. City, vero visitors hore Sa.tur
Will Ulacki'ter of Dakota Cltywa'
n Homer visitor Sunday.
Tho Misses Mary, Helen and Flor
enco Henz and Miss Marlon Curtii
helped Misa Helen Holster at hci
birthday supper Sunday evening.
Miss Leah Anderson who Is work
ing in Sioux City, came home Satur
day to visit her pnronts, Huns Ander
sen and wife, icturning to Sioux Citj
Harry Mnthurs was an incoming
-prssonKor from Sioux City Sunday.
Albert Bristol was n homo visltoi
between trains Sunday.
Miss Emma Nelson, who is teaching
in tho Jensen district, visited the
week-end with relatives in .So Sioux
City, returning- Sunduy.
frs. Ilnnimir, u sister of Mrs. Or
burn, was in incoming" passenger
from tho noith Sunday.
Mm, Baker of lnman, is hero visit
irir her son, K R. Baker and family.
Miss Grace Purdy has secured em
ployment in Sioux City.
George Mwnco of So Sioux City,
was n Homer visitor Tucsduy.
Mrs. Chas, Whnley is enjoying u
visit from n fiister.
Wm. Spear of So Sioux City was
Homer visltur Tuesday and also n
visitor at the Ben Holsworth home.
Geo. Wilklns of Emerson, was a
Homer vlslto Tuesday.
Harold Allnway of South Sioux
took in tho ph.y Wednesday evening.
LUtlc Charlotte Sides of Dakoto
Cityi spent thu week-end in the Autl
' Mrs. Augusta Ostmoyer and Mlsf
J.etm Ostmoer of Mornlngsido visit
i'il frlonds in Homer Wednosiay.
' Mrr Chas. Whaley Is quite sleV
. Mi.ss Rose Smith was on Incoming
paasenger from the north Monday.
Attorney Stutsvillo of South Sioux
was a Homer visitor Wednesday.
Dr. Nina Smith is on the sick list
but Is Impraving slowly.
Mrs. Mcry David is on the Hick list.
Mrs. H. A. Monroe of South Sioux
City, and Mrs. Mabel McKernan and
her father, Wm. Clapp, of Dakotn
City, were buniness visitors here on
Gus Goodsell has moved with hit
family into tho Chris Chrlstopherson
Will Brady and family moved into
town last week and for the present
are domiciled with Mrs. Brady's par
ents, Will Uroyhll! and wife,
. Mrs. Bert Sheldon of Walthill vis
ited at tho Mis. Rachel Kinnuarhomc
from Thursday till Monday.
Bob Small returned Thursday from
it business trip to Omaha.
Will Growctyck, wife and two daugh
ters motored to Sioux City Saturday.
Miss Bessie Holsworth accompanied
them home Saturday evoninir and re
turned to her duties In the Samari
tan hospital Sunday,
Mrs. Kiln Church, who has bcon
visiting her daughters und thulr fain
llles In Emerson, returned to her
homo here Saturday,
Clin. Holsworth mid wife werodln
Iter guests at tho Frunk Combs home
in South Soix City Sunday.
Mbu Alice Mason celebrated her
nixteenln iilrtluiay inursilay oy a
party of her ichool friends coming to
upend tno evening wun ner.
Mr. and Mrs. G. J, Ryan have mov'
ed Into their home which they re
centlv nurchnsod from J. P. McCor
mlck, and which has been remodeled
Mrs, Albert Carpenter of Wlnnebn
an. was n cuiait in Hie Mrs. Anna Car
penter homo ftaveral days lust week
while Mr. Cajnenter won moving hore.
Jack ileensn was romoyea to ht.
Vincent's hospital? Sioux City, last
Sutitiiluv. ill with nneuinonlu.
Mrs. Sar Erlnch was called Jo Sioux
City last week to help canfi or her
rftooverlng: from n operation for ap
Mr?? Carrie Thomson departed the
ij i !
last of the week for Belden, Nob., to
L D n,ckg nm, gons
)ah, and Mllo Micrs, attended the
uncial of the infant babe of Mr.
nd Mrs. Nel.on at Sioux City Sun
'ay. Mrs. Nelson was formerly Etta
licks of thin place.
Beatrice Jones lclurncd Monday
venlng from a week's visit which
he tijicnt at the cwinfr school at
lubbard, and ocr Sunday with
riends in Sioux City.
Tiie Tom Sullivan sale ln3t Satur-
lay was well attended and everything
Vincent Conway, of Elk Point, S
J., was a guest in the J
james auineriano was cauea io
-onca insi rrioay i uio serious in- something a nout it, so wr. xoung the preacher certalnly should be in
ess of his mother, who sulfered a would be able then to toke up the trp,.efi in hn PPOnomlp conditions
troke of paralysis and has been un- work of the churches in the county 'e.res coVmmUJ Md It wK
onscious ev.-r since. I n addition to what he docs have. ?I5 BnC0 ,i w !L I L
Pat Sullivan spent Saturday and! But seriously, this book would havo und so ns a rule but the church
Sunday with friends at Newcastle. I the church do about tho same things IU11 tho preacher should ho much
Mrs. Pat Foley of Newcastle, Neb., I that the agiicuitural ngent does, mor interested in the soul condl
pent a few Jays the last of the wpekl while there is very little discussion tltm t tho community than in nny
n the M Richards home. of the church's affording the gospel Phar.o of community life. The corn-
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Hans Ras- to the community. Mr. Earn would . munity may bo over so prosperous,
nusscn, Februnry 28th, a daughter,
ino JocKson iinsifct nan team uc-
parents. Mr, and Mrs. Horace
Dugan, this week.
Mrs. 11. 'Petzoldt deported last
'eated Emerson hero lust I-ridny af- n library, u homo vith and wlthoutbo tholr curse. Greece had cduca
emoon, scote2(i to It. The girls children, a foreign born and a hired lion nnd' wealth, but It hnd not
'xnect to go to Wynot Prhlaj to piny, help survey of the community. The morals, Rome had savoro lawn nnd
Mrs. Bernlce Garrod nnd little church's service to the community ias0clal and state organizations but
laughter of Woshta, Iowa, and Mario! to Inquire into tho facts in the com- it had no morals nnd both countries
Dugan of Lincoln, Neb., tiro visiting t munity as to "races, age, classes, sex, roUPd from the 'inside out. If any
'heir parents. Mr. and Mrs. Horace cnniuirul conditions, married and un-l .u.. ..... ... .. .
veek for West Point, Neb., to visit innd, and soil. Being a preacher
elutlvcs. - 1 1 wrote "soul" for "soil," but discov-
Master Luke Sundt, who was ill ercd inv mistake. Further, tho
vith diphtheiia, is improving rapid- church is to inquire into the focts
y. The case was n mild one. jtuch as i elate "to the needed organ-
fDan Richardson is moying to the.izntions, classes, antagonisms, and
2: J. Goodfollow farm north of town, "conflicts between groups, c,lose intcr
md Henry Martin is moving froin brde'dlng by inarrioge 0 ' hear Tela
south Sioux City to the Jim Suther- tives, the addition of new groups by
innd farm, und Albert Carpenter to 'exogamy and imagination," and lastly,
ho Mrs. Harriet Demilray farm. I "facts as to the number of church
Sura McCormlck, who teaches near fjoors and their religious preferences."
landolphi anil Anna Waters of Plain-' Now all these, save possibly the
lew, and Madeline Hall of Elk Point last, arc not made with tho view of
wore among the teachers who spent' bringing the people of the communi-
he week-end with home folks. hy to the saving knowledge of Chriht,
Mn J. S. Hand and daughter re- i,'ut with tho view of entering into
urned Saturdav evening from a visit the social service of tfie community
vith relatives In Sioux City. n just such a way ns the Farm Bu-
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Gill, on rCnu in its county organization is
March 7th, a son. I trying to do. Somewhere in the au-
Mic. 1). Mitchell of Sioux City Is th'or's discussion of what the church
.1 guest In the John Cullen home. i ought to do, the author declares the
o church should enter into the matter
llllltlt A Ii II f homo economics. Now what do
v nuil , .rr . vou think of that! The rural pastor
Mrs. K. Christensen in suffircrlng, Hh0UUV have courses in "The Country
from a severe cold. Church m a Community Center," "Ru-
Mrs-'. Martin RasmuBsen ami J.wa , Sociology," "The Principles of
laughterF, Mra. Tom Long, Mr. and Sodomy , Applied to tho Country
Mrs. Mike Huiley and bon John, Mrs. Rurtll Organizationa." and ip "Mural
nnu Crow and Jolih Heeney were 0anlation In general, to that he
n the city Mom lay. jv,0llh, ))0 the better ablo to tell the
Mi. Dan Hnrthett, daughter Mar- , of thecommunityhow, toman-
caret and son Raymond, were SiOux thc,r peftonnl nrul household af
ity (.homers Ihursdoy. f,l8 or a llnst lccturc to the con-
Mr. and Mrs. h. Story are decorot- i.. .. ,,., tu., m.,ri.f in
'ng the Monroo-Wilbur-Lokc house in
:he north pint of town, and will oc-
suny-lt when hhishetl.
Catherine anil Ailtleno r.varts, Will'
I....U !.. 1I.... ...! rp. .,...1
unilt oun enjoyed a visit from
its hrothe and fomily of Lyons
P; U.- Konze visited Sunday with
,,-.Jn.ri.mnrb011, .i o. . '
v in V i x7 .i great need of men for salvation
Nellie Hayes, and Margaret Howard h0 ho is , schooi( if he does not
pent .Saturthy in Sioux City. t, lo np,)recinte the terrific
Mr. and Mrs. I rank Deroin of Sioux f t f , iui' that It leads men's
City, visited tho weok-eml with the 80Uls n3 cntlvcs to hHI. we. would
lormers nurenis. Air. ami Airs, urns
uiir ii.... wuu ui oiuux V.U) tl c uuc , ,io. If tho pastor is
i,5,,im,.,,rUiRht ih0ni? ih,."i bW tod up on such things as these any
"E :eWRc!d,e:ig,v,i;ftnedlh &Jm be able to tell what he will
week end in S'oux City with relatives.'1
Jay in the E. Christonsen home. I
Alice llartiittt and Knthcrtnu Ev- '" w "'""' -. "
.ins of Waynj, vIMted the week-end ,)0 KOcroHy found so, but tho co.u
.vith their poieny , munity would not want tho pastor
Bom, to Mr. and Mr? Joe HefTer- ' u,e,r midst it would devolve yp
ian, March 5th, a daughter. on him to begin to tell what thoy
Josenh Chrihtenson was home from glit to do, and how thoy ought to
Wakeliold between trains Sunduy. farm, and spend tholr money in
Alice find N Vincent Howard, Misx tholr homo. It would not b long
Cronin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walsh,, till they thought ho wiih meddling
John Horty, sr and Dan Hell"ernan out of his sphere. Tho people would
Wmi ' S'"ux Citv Monday. bo right Tho community would
lho rrniik Simmons ramily moved think ho ought bo abls to toll them
to Nacora last week. I Uio way to heaven, but not the way
M.ii . ?uw Andreson and to to furin. Even the agricultural
u 1!M m' V'' nrov,,-,nBontB and mpm-lment station farm-
rSv C ler.nlwIin'HT- " wnnot toll a lot of the folks
toStitaynL dy'l ffi. ""V " ,wo
,K. Christensen has ncen ulte il!u Roodd ml or being "book arm-
the past two weeks, but is now on ?'" hon What would be said ot
tho road to recovery, i tno church which, through its
Mr, Hawkins, of Leeds. Iowa, visit. imstop' wouI" Mndortnko tho thing
ed the week-end at tho Will Shenhnn wneM luo l,ft8,or "d nt havo oven
home. , tho "book farming" knowledge?
The Ladles of St. Mary's parish of '''ho preacher could bj taught that,
Hubbard, will give a dunce and so- mil thu folks ot n rural onimuulty
ejnl on St. Patrick's night, Friday, know thoy do not have a church and
March 17th. Every ono Is cordlollv pastor to load thorn In Hint sort nf
invited to tatend
The Herald, 51.60 per year
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"Arri:it n hading a hook
Wi.tten for flic Herald ,
Kv 1W. I, IL 1.mvo
After reading u book from the cir-
culating library now in the county
agricultural agent's office, entitled
"The Rural Church Serving the Com-
munity,' by Edwin L.Earp, prof es-
wr of sociology in the Drv Thcolog-
cal Seminary, I am go ng right off
and tnko such a course in agriculture
as will .it me to be n farm agent.
In addition to that I am going to &ec
if I cannot get a .scholarfchip for my
friend Young, that he enn take a full
theological and Miciologicol training,
und then have him ordained a preach-
i-r, for according to that book a
preacher is not prepared for nny
work in nirol districts without an
nifricultural trninintr. and while an
agricultural o&ent could get on pret-
ty well without mucn theology, he
might unci it convenient to Know
.have the chi.ich jnake a geographi-Jnut
cal, n newspaper, a community events, niornis witn it, tnolr prosperity will
vinijUK"! i-uimiutia, .. ..v ..-
t naiTicu, inquire inwinoiMB
tho reirlon .is to rainfall, lav of the
g ft. th,8 nrt-ea(i of preaching the
, m.1o' '
,r tho lnInHtor 0f the church
. ,.i , Mi..n cnmtliinrr nf thn
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i like to know when( where and how he
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, m suhrc ,,B ,8 not Roin to pet it
Sun-'when he ls t.,i,K charge of "Rural
the ,.(Socinl cervic,. Pan... And that
also Is n thing tho author would have
'" . '0 """""" " ",?,' " " .?
Thoy- know they have the pastor
to lend them in christian and spirit
ual thlngi, but to tho authorof this
loursu thu rural nnstor oucrht
F. Van Zelm
o wcitem ewpapfrulo
book tho work of lending and in
struction In Godliness is little serv
ice to the community.
I know thcro is a lot of social
service work that goe;i under the
name of religion and religious work,
but it is not. Wo can but praise
iha social nervlco for It fills a great
,nert j,, tho world, but It does not
an( rannot n itself regenerate men
;im, mnke thcm rBhtoous aa God
w ,, ,mvo thenl bcby cmnBis
, ,, coniUMolls oniy, they
. , crCatures " You
ar ' "", "1U f, 5n": , UJZ
ran ralsc . 8 ",nu . ot .u ?'
.vo' rcf jw Um il l1 eilucnto him.
u"t u"lt w111 ot n"lkc a Godly man
f him. All you have to do to
demonstrate this Is to oprn your
eyes and see what many a high,
refined and educated man Is. All
the crooks arc" not thugs. .Inn?
Adams' work in Chicago is going to
iin with her. for It Is not rpciiwr.it-
ae men nnd making them Godly
mon though it does elevate their
Hving standards. Tho church nnd
If tho people do not have right
community or state neglects its mor-
VhIs In nle wbleat senso It too. will
rot, and if It neglects religion In its
strictest boiiso, under the judgment
or God it shall bo cast Into hell,
for that' it the declaration of tho
If the church can hold up Its end
of tho work In the community and
ni'tfach fllu and redemption, declare
tho wrnth of God toward sin and
His mercy toward the nenitsnt. it
will have all it can do together with
tho social Borvlco which is hers dls
tlnctly as n church. Jesus knew
there would bo a lot of folks who
would think that the church's
prsnphing and teaching would be
"foolishness" for Ho said there
would bo, but He sent men td preach
Just the samo.
I know thero are lot of things
which might be improved in the
church as It manifests itself In the
world, hut men are men even
though they are in the church, and
ono of these Is that some men
should remember what is tho object
and the sphero of labor for the
church, and thou stick to their job.
iMos.t churches and pastoi-B in a ru
ral community will ba ready to do
what, they can to help In the matter
of collective buying and selling, but
thers are a lot of thorn who nre not
rendy to make a Grain Growefs
incorporated, out ,of their church
or to givo their timo to tha "Great
er Production ot llaw Materials."
Christ, and not more corn, is the
theme of the church and its busi
ness. There are a lot of other
such things this man would have
tho church undertake, but we hnve
nlready written too long. The
church and the Farm bureau and
tho Farmers' union do not have the
eanio work to do nnd do not con
flict, nnd nelthor can do tho work
of the other.
Every church should work In
harmony with tho community il
servos, seeking to direct th0 com
munity oconomlca into righteous
waya- rat It or than administer the
economics. The church is to preach
tho Gospol, not to direct agricultur
al enterprises, even though depend
ent upon. them.
The following marriage licenses
were issued by County Judge Mc
Klnley during tho past week:
Mnmo and Address. Age.
Charles A. Belcher, Sioux City ...37
Vivian J. Gorman, Sioux City ....27
Neil O. Kennedy, Sioux City 18
Jane Jenkins, Sioux City 18
Hurley E. Woods, Hawarden, la... 21
Anna M McKlen, Sioux City 18
$100 Rwrd, $100
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enced by comtltuuona! condition!. It
tharafor requires conatttutlonal treat
ment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINES
Is taken Internally and nets through the
Blood on tha Mucous Surfaces of the Bye
tern. HAUL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
dottroys the foundation of the disease.
Fives the patient strength by Improving
tho general health and assists nature la
doing its work, lico.00 for any case of
Catarrh' .that HALL'S CATARRH
MKDICINB falls to cure.
Druggists 7Sc. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
For Sal o
Fifty hushfls of sweet clover seed,
at .6,U) per bushel.
f, Hubbard, Neb.
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j on the
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IN SOUTH SIOUX CITY, ONE BLOCK WEST OF END OF CAR
I E. J. GARLOCK, Salesman
SIOUX CITY, IOWA
Old Phone. 426 New Phone, 2067
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