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IESDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 1922
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will be |hrn proper consider*.
tion when source ii known.
Miss 'BHa rHanson off Superior was
Slam and Henry J?aqa1n of Eckles
business visitors'* hi^Bemidji
Monday. i ^!Hamline
Guy Moulton of St.' Francis, who
at Fede#at"Dam, visited
friends.jn Bemidji for the week end.
Polar Pie. Ask for It. 2-14tl
Mr. and Mrs. John Doran motored
to Bagley Monday where they trans
acted business and called on frineds.
Charles Gould, -little son of Mr
and Mrs. A. N. Cfould, is spending a
week at the farm home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Michaelson, Becida.
FOR A PRACTICAL NURSE, Call
Mrs. J. Reynolds, of Storm Lake,
Iowa, is looking -after his farm in
terests and visiting friends and rela
tives at Becida for a few days.
i Mr. dnd Mrs. Chas. Barclay of
Grant Valley motored to Bemidji
Friday afternoon and attended the
funeral services held for the late An
Polar Pie. Ask for it 2-14U
il&TS. Fred Pefra, who was- taken
suddenly ill with a'severe attack of
heart trouble Saturday morning and
was under a doctor's care, is very
Mr. and Mrs E. F. Paulson and
Mr. and Mrs. Erick Paulson, who
have attended camp-meeting at Er
skine for a fewn-^days, returned to
their hoiries^lft "Sorset ^Monday.
Cook .With Gai
Miss Flora Magnan arrived in Be
midji Friday with a party of tour
ists, from her home at Fort Riple^,
and is the gtrest'of her grandparents^
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Petra, and uncles*
Leon, Edward and Edmond Jewett,
and' their families.
$60,000 to'loan on farms, baas
Land company. l-18tf
Mrs. M. Corrigan and children are
expected to arrive Jhis week froin
Proctor, Minn., where they have pass
ed the winter months. Her daugh
ter, Mary Jane, will remain at Proc
tor, wfcere she is taking vioKn les
sons this summer. Mrs, J. O'Mara,
sister of Mrs. Corrigan, will accom
pany them to Bemidji for a visit.
iMrs. M. G. Slocum returned re
cently from Merriam Park, StP4ul
ta*her home at 1237 Dewey avenue,
after an absence of 1$ months.LMrs
Slocum was the guest of her daugh
ter in Minneapolis during a part of
the time spent away from Bemidji
and was also an inmate of three san
at$riums in'the Twin Cities,, having
been in ill health for a number of
Polar Pie. Ask-lot It. 2-14U
Mr. and Mr*,, Ernesl Willet of
Grant.-Valley 'brought their 12-year-
old daughter Lillian to Bemidjr Sat
urday afternoon,..where she. Under
went an operation at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Petra, 1005 Missis
sippi avenue,! under the care of Drs.
Smith and Marcum. A trained nurse
was also in attendance. Mr. Willet
returned to his home Sunday, his
Wife remaining to care for their
daughter, who is reported .to. vbe
^feg^along very nifcely. j^'"
Miss Dagny Thorsen of Superior
is the guest of Mjp,. and 'Mrs. Anton
Strand, Fifth ward.
A seven-pound son' was boijn Sat*
urday to Mr. and Mrs, Nason Chand
ler, Twenty-sixth street and Irvine
Cook With Gas
Mrs. C. d. Ward and children left
Friday night for Hallock, Minn.,
called there by the serious illness of
her father. Mr. Ward left Saturday
night for there also.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Erwig motor
ed Sunday to the farm home of Mr.
and Mrs. George Mayers, Grant Val
ley, where they were 2 o'clock dinner
guests, returning to Bemidji late in
Mr. and Mrs. Axe) Lyon and
daughter Irene left yesterday for
Two Harbors where they expect to
make their home. Mr. Lyon made
the trip by auto and Mrs. Lyon and
daughter went lay train.
A. J. Doran, Harry. Hasselton and'
vitation byL. W. Galloway who gave
stag dinner iir^thejr honor.* Bra
F, R. Repettcr Cafes Lake -Was a
nother of the invited guests.
i m 'ml
i. Miss Martha Halvorson of Gon
vick, Miss Gena Bjernes of Oklee,
and Miss Tfelletfc^of Gemmell are
guests a$ thfe-hdirrte of Miss Lillian
French, 1323 Minnesota avenue,
while attending summer school.
Miss Eslhet Voting, teacher in the
Bemidji public schools, who has been
visiting friends in Bemidji following
the close of the school year, left Sun
day morning for her home at Nee
nah, Wis, to spend her summer vaca
Mrs. John Beecrpft and son Rob
ert, and daughter Kathleen are ex
pected-to r#iv tom6*rew~ their
home t|l^ewatnvM*nn.,^and will be
guests of her sister, Mrs. N. E. Giv
en, and family^ 707 Minnesota ave
nue, for a time.
Polar Pie. Ask tot it. 2-14tf
H. R. Shepherdson, Mrs. Marshall
Kennedy, and sons Billy and Marshall
Jr., motored to Bemidji yesterday
foom ^yBSMfc^i Minneapolisjaj^
are guests of Rev, and ,Mrs. L. P.
Warford and family.* They are fath
er and sister of. Mrs. Warford.
Mrs. Mitchell LaDoux of Hibfeing,
who spent' two weeks in Grand Rap
ids while en route to Bemidji, as the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Frank
Johnston and family, arrived here
Friday for an extended visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Leon Jewett and fam
ily, Tenth street and Mississippi ave
Cook With Gas
The BEMIDJI BOO &
t-T-r BELTRAM I AVENU E
Miss Esther Sanden of B^ltra.mi,
Minn., arrived in Bemidji Monday
to attend the summer term at th
State Teachers eojlqge.
,M^. and Mra. A J. Naylpr and
family motored tp, Minneapolis and
returned yesterday accompanied by
their son, Bert -Navlor, a student at
Mr. ancf Mr% A. B. Palmer fat
last night ior jfcnneapolir^o attend
ithei graduation of their son Howard
fijom the civil/engineering course of
the* University .of Minnesota, Wed
nesday. Thursday the family, with
a friend, will start on a ten days' mo
tor trip through Iowa, stopping at
FIRST LUTHERAN LADIES TO
HOLD MEETING WEDNESDAY
The Ladies Aid of' the| First Scan
dinavian chur&h^wU meet Wednesday
afternoon at 2:30 in the church base
ment. DtfW$#J, Mrs..C He*
sing, chairman, assisted by Mesdames
Anna Oftos, Hanson, J. Adams and
ngson, will entertain.
Miasi Minnie Turpet of Fertile was
among the students who registered
at the State Teachers college Monday
for the summer term.s I
Miss Vena Flikke of Shelly, Minn.,
arrived In Bemidji on the noon train
yesterday and will attend the sum
mer term of school at the teachers
Leonard French left the latter part
Of the week for Spokane^ ya$i.,
where he will be associated in the
lumber business with his uncle, An
gus Mcintosh, i
Mrs, T. Villemin left Monday for
Minneapolis where she will visit her
sister for aji^w days an.djrom her,e
go to Wiscon^p trQ visit relatives for
about a month.
Mrs. W.'H. Rice, 520 Irvine ave
nue, was taken suddenly ill yester
day requiring the attendance of a
doctor, but was reported to be im
proved this morning.
Cook With Gas
.Miss Ruth Peggar of Loman,
Minn-, and Miss Laurel Smith of
Laurel, Minn., are the guests of
Mrs. Dick^an Arnum while attend
ing summer school here.
A 10% -pound boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Krog last evening at
the home of Nurse Smith, 720 Bel
trami avenue. Mother and baby are
reported to be getting along nicely.
Dr. B. Borreson went to Gas* Lake WJffd ,m Bemidji Monday morning
Sunday evening in response W^r^j^^
grandparents,"Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Baihij^At^hejr,,summer home at Tur
Superintendent Sandberg of the
Crookston schools arrived in Bemidji
Monday and will be a member of the
faculty at the State Teachers college
during the summer term, he teaching
Mr. and Mrs. L- Isted i*nd little
son Morris and daughter Marion mo
tored Monday to Kelliher where Mr.
Isted transacted business for a few
hours. They returned to Bemidji in
the late afternoon.
Mrs. Herbert Wood and daughter
are guests of Mrs. Earl Hazen find
family, 71,4 Irvine avenue, for a few
drfjite. They-*are/en route-to. their
home at Brainerd from Baudette
where they have visited friends.
MiSftjAyigt Cameron, who has been
the guest o*her. aister, Mrs- J. Falls,
and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Cameron,- at their iarm home, .since
completing! her,$erm of teaching at
Park Rajaiids, Jten days ago, left yes^
terdays*, Caibk4t0n o visit Dr. and
Mrs. Kahala. for a few days.
Miss Margaret McGhee, who spent
a few days .Bern^y as the guest of
her mother, Mrs. Given McGhee, and
other relalfives,'following the close Of
her school term of teaching at Auro
ra, Minn., returned Saturday to the
latter place where she will teach sec
ond grade in the summer school
Mr. and Mrs. N L. Hakkerup and
family, and Misses Anna and Amelia
Hakkerup, motored Sunday to the
Lake Julia sanatorium where they
visited Misfc Edith Berglund, former
ly of Bemidji, wfcods receiving spe
cial care there. Her many friends
here will be pleased to learn that she
is greatly improved.
J. Wright of Little Falls arrived
in Bemidji on the 6 o'clock train
last evening and returned fl,gain on.
the 11 o'clock train. He was called
here by the death of his brother,
Robert, Weight, who passed away
here yesterday. The remains will be
shipped tonight to Little Falls for
interment and funeral services will
be held there tomorrow.
R. W. Koehn returned last eve
ning from Walker where he was
called Sunday evcgrujte by the critical
illness?^ his topher-in-law, Ei
Allen^ who undejnt a minor op
'atioffHnere SatflWay evening.
.ww^fvpry jtea^foUowing^ the ope:
tion but was slightly improved' whj
MfrrKoelvv left and the doctor
W Ba'd a ^ance." He was ill! in
Bemidji hospital for several mont
H. Koors motored to Mwr
neapolis. the latter part of the week
and returned to Bemidji Saturday
night, accompanied by her son Johh,
who has been a student of Hamline
university the past year, and her two
nephews of Minneapolis who will vis
it in Bemidji during their summer
vacation. Harvey Washburn also re
turned with them and will visit his
mother, Mrs. Joe McTaggart, during
his summer vacat^n.
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
DIAMOND POINT PARK
The following 'registrations were
made at Diamond Point on June 12:
Irvi .Gann, Watertown, Wis. R. L.
Phelps, Minneapolis,, and L, J, Dillon
and family, Minneapolis.
LUTHERAN FREE LADIES1^''
HOLD MEETING TOMORROW
The Ladies' Aid of the Lutheran
Free.,church of Nyniore W1n
t^J^om.e of Mrs7
day afternoon atJ^O, All are jpr
cjjally ipvited to attend.
METHODIST LADIES' AID
HOLDS MEETING TOMORROW
The dining room division of the
Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church
will meet Wednesday afternoon at
the home of the chairman, Mrs. Dick
Van Arnum, 914 America avenue,
and all members are requested to be
present. PRESBYTERIAN CHOIR TO
HOLD MEETING TOMORROW
The members of the Presbyterian
choir will meet Wednesday night at
the home of Mr, and Mrs. N. E. Giv
en, 707 Bemidji avenue. Following
the rehearsal, which will be held in
the early evening, a social time will
be enjoyed. It.is. urged that all mem
bers be pise6e.mV
i i i
(Alfred Bjorgo,, of Be^nidji, and
Mabel ThorsSii ovBagteyJwere
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS TO
MEET WEDNESDAY NTGHT
The Knights of Colurtjbus will hold
regular meeting Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock in the fc. C. hall
and all members*ar^LSwlUfistedrto be
present as preparations will be made
at this meeting for the* play which"
the Order expects to stage the latter
part of the month.
tained seven of tier litt fri9tid*-and
neighbors yesterday at htf^home^
P23 Beltrami avenue, fronr 4 until
3 o'clock, in honor of her fifth iiffjfc
anniversary. At 6 o'clock a birfhda^
supper was seryed by Mrs. HarnwelJ,
Out-of-doQ* games .jwexe enjoyed
throughout the afternoon. Miss Jean
received a number of birthday re
^embrances from her friends. "j
MOOSEHEART LEGIW TO
l" MEET WEDNESDAY NIGHT
gion will hold a short .business ses
sion, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock
at the Moose hall, which will be fol-^
lowed by a social hour and refresh
ments, to which the Moose, Legloni
naires and Junior Moose ,and their
wives' and husbands are* tnvited. It
is desired that there be a large at
y,if iMfraffiffi i
MEET Af 'OPSAfoL HOME
The Ladies' Aid of the Presby
terian church wift hold *ils tegular
meeting Wednesday afternoon at the
summer h'qme of Mrs, (._$. Opsahl,
Lavinia^ who will be assisted by Mrs.
H.i.L. Rasmussen. Everyone is re
quested to bring well rfiHed Junch
baskets as a picnic supper' will be
served. Plans are bcirig*made for
autos to convey the mempfers to the
At a quiet home wedding at 3
o'clock yesterday,,in the presence of
a few intimate friends and immedi
ate relatives, at the farm home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams, North
ern, occurred, the marriage of their
daughter^ Miss Julie, to Kenneth
tfh/sy were attended by Miss,
Sskie Williams, sister of the bride,
The bride vtdk DecWingly attired
jU *o% -o mf&fyej*.
aXd^wofe a corsage,houquet of w^Ue,
'roses. The bridesmaid wore a Hue
organdie gown. After the congratu
lations of the guests a wedding
luncheon was served.
They will take a ten days' wedding
trip to Glenwood, Minn., after which
they will reside on a farm" ftl' the
town of Northern.
They have been residents of Be
midji for many years and their large
circle of frtends extend their best
wishes for a prosperous and happy
lile *jifc jakttJfci.sat-
We wis to thank all our friends
who assisted'dss kindly during the
illness of our husband and father,
Knute K.' Lybeck,' *hd also those who
gave floral tributes and assisted dur
ing the funeral services.
Mrs. K. K. Lybeck
Nels K. Lybeck
K. K. Roe and family.
JHE PIONEER ^Wfogl,
r~i'Woyoi my Droinei)rn iwer, as
well as myself hav# -been **fchtenic
sufferers from gas in stomach, indi
gestion pain in right side near ap
pendix and liver trouble for many
years My sfster tried Mayr'a Won
derful Remedy with such good re
sults that we all took a course of it
and, it helped in each case. Last
Sunday we had a family reunion in
celebration of our recovery and
what we all did eat."
It is a simple, harmless prepara
tion that removes the catarrhal
ed in marriage Monday, June 12, in
the parsonage of the First Lutheran
church, Rev. L.? J. Jerdee officiating
C. M. Ascham and Helenv Bjorgo
witnessed the ceremoriy^The newly
weds will make Bemidji their home.
Ship and ocean, mother
and spn, lover and girl!
Struggle and storm from
'Frisco to Southern Isles!
All the romance that life
can know, in this tingling
tale of the sea!
ZENITH NOVELTY FOUR
CASS LAKE ARMORY
SATURDAY, JUNE 17
Come and dance a prffre
Fox Trot to a real snappy
W C. ANDERSON
Beltrami .County Representative
716 14th St. Phone 392-
intestinal tract and
allays the inflammation which causes
practically all stomach, liver and in
testinal ailments, including: appen
dicitis. One dose will convince or
money refunded. At All Druggists,
A Paramount Picture
i i, 'a,
IS OU BUSlf^S^
AND WE WOrtK 6TH
NIGHT AND DAY
Seven passenger Enclosed
Dodges and Dodge Tour
ing carsa motor for ev-
BEMIDJI CORAL GO.
CUT FLOWERS ANC
GIVEN TO MAIL OKDEstS
112 Beltrami Am.
Old Moose Hall
THURSDAY, JUNE 15
ZENITH NOVELTY FOUR
Dance Orchestra Supreme
EE rEverybody Welcome
Always the Same'
Beautiful Summery Hats Will Be On
Display, Suitable for
Golfing The Trip to Town
Garden Flops for the Old-Fashioned
Smart Knox Sailors
Every Well Dressed Woman
WEARS A HAT
ON ALL THE ABOVE NAMED OCCASIONS
COME TO OUR OPENING THURSDAY
Office, First Floor
213 Third St.
Office Phone 131 Reg. 310
Bring ut ycror atatm M*
ton ragi-no bnttoni, bands
or wooleo eloth aeoepttd.
IHE PIONEER WANT ADS
A perfected blend, always maintained in
every can of Nash's Delicious Coffee constant
care during every process of its manufacture^
air-cleaning"hot roasted.crispy freshness.
RESULT: a clear, smooth, satisfying cup of fragrant coffee,
that makes friends wherever served. You'll love the deli
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