News: Bethel (11 May 1910)
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Surnames: Bluem, Ruff, Foote, Oleson, Humphrey, Jennings, Phillips, Eighme, McCrilis

----Source: Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Wednesday, May 11, 1910 | Page 12


John Phillips is away at work at his trade, stone masoning.

There will probably be no currants or gooseberries this year.

There is a lively demand for masons in the country about here now.

Henry Jennings and daughter were Marshfield visitors one day
last week.

Prof. Stone and his "boys" are already planting quite a large piece
of ground to potatoes.

There is a much larger area of land sowed to oats than usual, this year, in this neighborhood.

Prof. pattie returned last week from the Madison Sanitarium, with his health greatly improved.

Therefore being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ. 1 Cor. 5:.l.

C. E. Waterbury is here attending to matters about his farm, which is occupied by Ben. Eighme.

There is still chance for hope that the prospect for fruit on the later kinds of apple trees is not all destroyed yet.

The farmers are taking all possible advantage of this fair weather to do their spring seeding, and the work is all advancing very rapidly.

"The Sisters' Bible Study" society met last Tuesday at Mrs. John McCrilis and did some sewing for her, in consideration of her growing blindness.

J. C. Frazer, last week, completed the foundation of a barn for Mr. Robinson of the town of Wood. This week he is to begin a job of masonry in Vesper.


The stumps on the earlier clearings are disappearing quite rapidly through the agency of dynamite. The Academy folks have cleared a considerable piece of ground in that way this Spring.

The Bethel Cemetery Association are doing all in their power to improve
the cemetery grounds. We hope those who have friends buried there will not forget us. We are now trying to raise means to properly fence it.

(Last Week's Items.)

One of Mr. Bluem's boys is quite ill.

The Academy people are still selling fruit trees.

Miss Barbara Ruff of Grand Rapids, attended church here last Sabbath.

Myrtle Jennings accidentally fell and injured her right arm quite badly a few days ago, Frank Foote, whose foot was injured by a log rolling on it a short time ago, is gaining slowly.

The Victor Co. safes came out of the San Francisco fire victoriously.  Enquire of S. E. Pearl, Bethel, Wis.

Dr. Amy R. Humphrey of the Madison sanitarium and Eld. C. McReynolds are among the visitors at Bethel.

There were many strangers in the church last Sabbath. Several from the Mill Creek (S. D. A.) church were in attendance.

The measles has invaded the student dormitories in the Academy, but every precaution is being taken to prevent the spread of the disease, most all of the cases are on the mend.

Miss Mabel Cutler has been obliged to go to the sanitarium for treatments for a cough which stubbornly refused to release its grip on her. Her severe work in the Tract Society office no doubt is having its influence on her health.

Eld. O. A, Oleson, who has been in the foreign missionary work for a number of years, occupied the sacred desk after the Sabbath school, last Sabbath. He also gave a very lively discourse on Sunday evening.  His theme all the way through was
the nearness of our second Savior's second coming, and the necessity for a thorough and speedy preparation for that event.



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