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BEMIDJ I NEWS NOTE
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Miss Thoren Qualey of Frohn vis
ited/fttends in Bemidji Friday.
160,000 to loan or tarms. Deals
Land Co. d71tf
1 Mrs. Fred Barker ot Wilton was a
between train shopper in Bemidji
Loans and insurance. Northern
Land Co. Phone 29. 813tl
Mrs. James Martin of Bemidji, ar
rived Monday morning for a brief
visit with Mrs. Ray Spencer.
SPOT CASH' paid tor Liberty Bonds
and liberty Bond receipts:
Hooley, Markham. *tf
Mrs. O. F. I^ovgren of Wilton was
in Bemidji Friday making arrange
ments to move here.
If you want to sell 6i excnange your
property, write me, John J. Black,
Minn St. Chippewa Falls, Wis.
Mrs. A. 6. Hoganson, who is at the
BSt. Anth^nj:^ hospital, having under
fgpne ahf"operation for appendicitis,
is getting Mong^nicely,
Mrs. B. A. Henshaw, Mrs. David
HenBhaw and Miss Helen Henshaw
of Wilton were, the between train
guests of Bemidjjr friends Friday.
Mrs. A. II. lldlahder returned yes
terday morning from Madison, S. D.,
where she has been visiting for the
past ten days.
B. M. Stanton returned Monday
evening from Bemidji, where he had
been attending to business matters.
-i-Thief River Falls Times.
C. H. Burnham was called to Mas
op City, Iowa, last night oh account
of the death of his father. He ex
pects to be gone about a week.
One genuine mlnature photograph
of a Mack Sennett Bathing Beauty,
will be given to every person attend
ing the Grand theatre Saturday eve
ning, November 1st. ldlll
Mrs. F. A. Craven of Turtle River
was called to Forest City, Iowa on ac
count of the illness of the children of
her daughter, Mrs. J. N. Skrioseth,
who have scarlet fever. She expects
to remain there fore a month.
""One genuine minature photograph
of a Mack Sennett Bathing Beauty,
will be given to every person lttten#f
ing the Grand theatre Saturday Eve
ning, November 1st. ldlll
The Woman's Study club will meet
Monday afternoon in the library at
2::30. The program will be the De
cember 1, number.
An old fashioned Hallowe'en party
was given at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Gibbons last evening.
Thirty children were jjresent, all in
costumes appropriate for the occa
sion. Luncheon was served at 9
The guests were: Bertine Gennes,
John Lucas, Ralph Johnson, Wilfred
Nelson, Victor Hannah, Wilmer Han
nah, Catherine Gilmore. Elsie Golz,
Naomi Moloki, Rosella Rafferty, Lil
lian McKee, Pluma Kenfleld, Henry
Simons, Everett Welsh, Roberta
Johnson, Donna Morse, Lorraine Gib
son, Richard Gibson, Margaret Mc
Quaig, Irene Lahr, Mary Welsh, El
len Dilly, Isabelle Baer, Effie Row,
Maxine Nelson, Robert Cohen, Dora
Jordan, Irene Rude, Helen Rude,
Freddie Webster, Neal Webster, Jen
nie Rude, and Pearl Campoeu.
SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 1, 1919
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
Mrs. J. S. Vankirk was very
pleasantly surprised yesterday after
noon by a group of friends and
neighbors. She was presented with
many useful gifts.
The afternoon was spent in music
and conversation and refreshments
GIRLS' HALLOWE'EN PARTY.
Miss Florence Bagley entertained
about twelve girl friends at her home
last night at a Hallowe'en party.
The evening was spent in games and
refreshments,.were served. The rooms,
were decorated appropriately for the'
Miss Ruby Lee entertained about
twenty guests at a Hallowe'en party
at her home last evening. The rooms
were decorated for the occasion and
a pleasant eevn^ng was spent in
dancing and gainj^^lenycheon was
A Hallowe'en, party was given at'
the home of Mrs. Joseph Blondo. The.
guests Were: Edith Ericson, Venice
Blondo, .Gladys Mosher, Gladys Bar
nell, Dorothy Zeigler, Bidon Lines,
Blanche Labia, Jessie Lafleur, Cat he
line Downs, Lucille Goldberg, Mable
Tanner, Silvina Kootnar and Frances
Blondo. A very pleasant evening
was spent and refreshments were
The Salvation Army post, in
charge of Captain Orchard, gave a
Hallowe'en social in Nymore last
evening, which was a great success.
Tables were spread with many
good things to eat and coffee was
served those who attended and
brought lunches. Games, such as
putting the tail on the donkey and
"Boston Beans" were enjoyed. The
social closed, at a late hour and every
one said what a wonderful time they
A .Hallowe'en party was given at
the home of Mr. and Mrs.. L. G,
Crothers last evening. The guests
were: Evelyn Kirk, Peat^ Mc
Laughlin, Myrtle Rain, "Margaret
Donovan, Lucile Cota, Ruby Ed
wards, Helene Bowers, Mildred Ar
vall, Verna Barker, Donald Powers of:
Minneapolis, Frederick Stevens,
Richard Cota, Joe^shner, Harvey
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A ^"very eljoyabfe'"evening was
spent in games and dancing and
luncheon was served.
The Hallowe'en masquerade dance,
which given last night by Mrs. Tom
Smart at the armory, was well at
tended. The hall was very appro
priately decorated with streamers,
and an abundance of black cats and
witches and dancing continued until
a late hour.
The prizes were awarded as fol
lows: Mrs. Ted Maloy, who wore an
Indian suit, first prize. Mrs. Gamble,
who Was dressed as a witch, received
second prize. W. N. Olson, who also
appeared as an Indian, third prize.
Clayton Johnson very cleverly
dressed as a colored gentleman, and
to all outward appearances seemed
genuine, was awarded the fourth
Lunch was served by Mrs. Ray
Schumaker, Mrs. R. E. Richardson,
and Mrs. H. S. Annette.
The judges were: Mrs. Earle
Barker, ~^rs. E. Smith, Mrs. F. S.
Arnold, Miss Dora Hazen and Miss
NOTHING LIKE IT
Mr. NeighborleighYour son is
fond of music, is he not?
Mr. LongsufferHe is not.
plays the ukelele.
Mrs. G. F. Whittemore of Ashton,
Idaho, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
George Walker, 1019 Park avenue.
Mr. Whittemore is the one who built
the Methodist church in this city.
Mrs. Osmund Johnson left Thurs
day night for Minneapolis, as her
mother and brother are leaving there
today for California to spend the
winter. They will make the trip by
auto. Mrs. Johnson expects to be
gone about a week.
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From the play by
and J. E. Harold
ko Is this man?
4hv i$ihe*tfie most
(WLtkan all-star cast
Children 10 Cento
Adults 2 5 Cents
ENTERTAINMENT AND DANCE.
At armory hall Nov. 3rd Luas
famous Hawaiian string orchestra.
Hawaiian and popular Fox trots,,
waltzes, one, two and .three steps.:
tickets per couple $1.00 (plus tax)
Extra ladies 26 cents each. 3dll3
John and James Harris ^enter
tained' several, of their bby friends
last evening at their* nbme, at 407
Bake boulevard. rTbJgriB#iti were:
Reginald Backhuret, ^Thomas Berg,
Rufus Rowe, Robert Hanke, George
Backhurst, Robert Graham, Dick
Gibson, Lyle French, Benjamin
.(|he,ihome was decorated with ap-.
propriate Hallowe'en decorations.
Tne~evening was spent in games and
refreshments were served.
ADDITION ro HIGH COST8.
NealI understand if the sun
were made of solid coal it would
burn out in less than 5,000 years.
NixonYes and just think what
we'd have to pay for sunlight!
MAJORITY HAD DEPARTED.
"Do you know what it is to go bs
fore an audience?"
"No. I spoke before an audienc*
oiice, but most of it went befort I
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"Did you go up Mount Washing-
"Oh, yes we stayed overnight at
"I suppose you lived high."
"Yes, we had a tip-top supper."
"Anyhow," said Farmer Corntos
sel, "Bill Hohenzollern was proud
xsA independent to the last."
"How do you know?"
"He turned in an' chopped his
nw winter's wood ruther than be
Vsse around by the hired man."
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