Alfred Bergin, B. D., Ph. D.The Bethany Church at Lindsborg ever since it was established on the prairies of Central Kansas nearly fifty years ago had been a powerful influence not only in the religious life of Kansas but to a remarkable degree in the social and intellectual advancement of the people of the state.
Mr. McCrea, who is a hardware merchant of Kendrick, and one of the early settlers of the town, dates his residence here from August 1891. A native of Minnesota, he was born February 10. 1862, and is of Scotch-Irish descent, his ancestors having been early settlers of New Brunswick. His parents were both natives of
Richland, Baker County, Oregon Anton Bernhard “Tony” Jorgenson, 90, died at his home in Richland on Jan. 9, 2006. A graveside service was held in Salem on Jan. 11 at City View Cemetery. Pastor Ben Bryson of the Court Street Christian Church officiated the service. Tony was born on Sept. 14, 1915, in Esplee, Minn.,