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SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 30, 1922
Mrs. David'Rose and two children
are visiting friends in." Dulftth this
Mrs*. Gus* Sftiith of*?PiftWobd
the guest of Ms.
Mr. and Mrs. Hirt moved last Fri
day into the new home,they complet
ed recently on their farm, in Rock*
wood township. ^/r,-
F. A. Anderson of Rockwood, who
was employed during the-threshing
season at" Sasseltori, N. D.r -^ent
from there to Iowa last*weelr to"
corn. Qualey store. .y-
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Item* for tMs iota** wilt be ikdly t*tfvejfcy Mrs. Harr
jr, talepfcone 1144 'Readers It to UMrfr sM|i"tsa to
themselves to see tKat iUo of local Interest or* reported.
Every ttentwlil b* given proper coaiideralion when the soorco
Bemidji this week.
?W Eidehs ifi
T?'', f" .'4''.'.-.-~i-...- -t,
Clifford Fhibbs returiie'd' recently
from Chicagb where he has been em
ployed for some time.
Mr. Sp'angler and daughter," Miss
Ethel, who are em$oye4- #fe--Mk"^
ation at their1'
Miss Bessie" Keefi^sne^^ igj^slntas
Day with her- pa$etWMi?*%^ffl&'
Albert Keehr at JJo^^bbd^etBrnk
ing to Bemidji^ ^^^^e^Sfl^to
resume her dutie^?^^]||^!^aig
Billy^ -the littlfcr son^ifftf-Mti, and
Mrs. George De|j^' was rquite "sert
iously ill Thursday:-venihg*at"-file
home of' hsi" grand parehtsi-Mr.- and
l&rs. J. M. Barnett.- A physician ^as
summoned and the-little fellow is im
nd' family^ leave
soon for Rome, N. y.^rwhere Mr.
Laurion has accepted a position with
a box company. He is ^'former ent.
ployee of the box factory here* mak
ing his home in Nymore for. a num
ber of years. r'"'-'&- -Z-
Mrs. Florence Guibbrd ,and Mrs.
Mabel Schummer*. ol'-^ejiMdji, \and-,
-._'- ,-r T'oi "!t
Christmas exercises given at Rock
wood last Friday ..evening by Miss
Hypatia Rouse and pupU?.
lade tc order. Ai Hendrifeks, ^ilor.
["he Charles Rice farm in Rpcjc
\dt has been selected for a camp
site i by loggers, who will manufac
ture ties and-bolts to be marketed
in Bemidji this winter.: A-well .has
ijeeh dug, a Hunk house is being exec-
ted and MrV Rice has engaged^ cobk
Miss Ethe- Spangle"r" of| tf ^Va^^' 'Luke's
were among those who attended thel^
MOST OP OUR CU#fOMBRS Uit
Little Miss .Helen Stewart is re
ported .to-be: ill and under the doc
tor's care at her home, lOttT:Be_
midji avemie. :M i$-& "v.-1"'---
*Jedrge^Wv^Resftbae is transact
ingbusiness in Ferris today and will
return' fcoine^ lotti^jt ^bv$peiid
Mrs. R. E. Richardson returned to
her home in Bemidjji-Thursday morn
ing" from B^^wlftrAfeMie "visited
relatives since- Monday^ ,&^._
AMttdi Larson, rand- s^n, ^pneth
returned to their home in St.'Paul
after being Christmas guests at the
home 61 hisrimb'ther-in4aw,
GalhbUri Grier of Tenstrike" passed
through'Bemidji on the morning
train for Ft^^ayne,^Ihd.riivhere fce?
will ehrpli as a student at' a college.
He' will remainSvitti an aunt/while
^is^M^rgcrer P^rsonj Wko. jfcb,
been eniploy^d ir
left this'morning for MintfeapOp
where she will
Bemidji *S#cte Teachers cbllege lefV
shewill falce a s^crowrial7
the epUggia^ BiiSmess' Institute.
Dr EV' Two and mother, Mrs.
Fannie. S\ Two, Ipft this= pph by
sutd" for Minneapolis where they will
TO 5AVE DO ^YOU- WAN!
MONEY? Walk "up a'^iiht? of
oVer Gill "Bros.'JiimBil J8*fe^yor1
clothes repaired and a"
*he guest bit
Mrs: WayheLep!ey3mt other friends"
while Recovering from a nervous,
breakdowiw ^Her condition-: was much?
improved by^ her "rest here.
to District No. 15 several
flf^f^f, jftft&FSkfcV?*., ^z'^" vn-
~Sion'ltr Norra&ntRit lay fdr'
Fargo to vltdt friends to* tf^fewf days
bfefore r^*4biffn|r "to feaai^e 4 his
studies at the Uni*'wity of Minne
sota- He has ieeri a holiday guest
Richard, Duxfeury,"who has been
the holiday guest bT his parents Mr
bnd Mrs. P. R. Duxbury, returned
today to Minneapolis to. be in readi
ness to resume his studies,at the U
of Minnesota next week.
Mcand Mrs.. C. W. Vandei'sluis
retrned this morning from the Twin
Cities where they visited friends-
tt*^D Smith midjv:were. yesterday of Mr
and famfly. Mrs. Tt?p wil make h#r Petrie'^sister, Mrs. Frank Slough.
dadgHter an ^S^4^0&L^. v^r. Pefrie will join his family
business matters. Jher-has accepted
the position- as teacher Hfthcjtchbf
there, to: fill the vacaiic^rcausedoby
the resigiiation of
JHias Miller, wfcb
was compelled to ui her^ork
because of the i^^*^ffio^h%
M**-. C.iN, h^&n ^to^S.inahr^'Thr
^#yfto viiit Qftr di^hteiv
Roy ..^Prafton and"
fiends for two weeks. She 'was- ac-
coApamed by Ker son, Capt. ciar-
gW^ t^Mi^eapolis- VThursday
^^nd^om^ere VWgo to n.
ger and better things for[ ffi'^ 0i$v^toe&
sAlthqugh coiifronliiax^th }^Sfij?t(lties' morevor^liess
frequent during the* past yieajr, -we express pur sincere
appreciation for your^ai^onage^and nrind^ful coopera-
tion. This has helped much.an^
.to extend every effort to merit your future good will
and business relationship.
^Accept herewith our good wishes for
A HAPPY f^m YEM
a few days- They stopped for a short
visit with his mother and sisters at
St. Cloud en^routl^ojtvB
L. v.. Peters trill return on the
train this evening from Cannon Falls
where he was- a Christmas guest -at
the homey of his parents. He is the
guest of "friends toady in' Wadena,
stopping? there en route home.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W.*Rbea- enter^
tained -tt o'clock dmiier Thursday
'evening at their home, 1010 Beltra
mi av^nttei'Prof, and Mrs. J. W.
^evfehlngjaiiaVthe ^wilU^spendthis Ne
_n-.*.A._ ._ i
Year's with parents, Mr. and-war Mrs
I O.., Petriel at Rockwopd. They
expeefc^to return to Pine River Tues
/Mrs. Julia" Olson is expected to
"fceniidji soon for an ex
tended visit with her son, H. I. Olson
ahd ft^liily," 423'JPtfUrth street,. fjtom
^^SlKi4*hjer former home, where she
Irar beeirt the^guestr her daughter
Mrs.' ^Clkra. -ThUrnaii. Mrs Olson"-
has:- sp'enVthie fpast/year' in Pprtlahd
Oregori, and expects to return therg
after spending the winter months
With Relatives in Minnesota anrl
[}-^NOTICE OP ANNUAL
Annual s^cWipid^rs' meeting
!pf' the J^orth Central Minnesota
iaiffiefa#^spitat Association will
Jbe fiieild M'Ihe"Hospital in the City
sfifcer Miss Lydia
Wolfe of Milwaukee, also Mr. and
'lave' ^en^gubstsyover^^^ Christmas at
the farrh 'home of: hbr parents,, Mr
^hd TWr^M.HPhibDs/ Rbckwbod, lblt
-thi morning for Crosby and Gre^
^gle' ^re '-.^ii|ey "wiH Viait relatives
ri^xt^ek|i returning the'latter part
of the "we'elc.tp' 'Caledonia where Mr.
IFarif is .manual training teacher in
the pultfic schools^ %\i
Mn $nd? Mrs. Robert^Shaw and
little son,, Bobby, returned to-Bemidji
^ThuKday frojn FunWipy^where they
his relativea^'over Christmas.
'A^r^visiting at the home of her
mother^ Mrsr^tfary.MacGregor and
RobertnRussell and fa
milyj^sincc. hursday^they- left this
their home at Henning,
Mrs^tJlyde" Petrie and daughters,
Mary ahd Iris of Pine River, who
are s^Je^dingueste th week-end in Be
&th, 1923, for the
purpose of "electing a Board of Di
rectors and the transaction of such
other business r^as may come before
THE BEMIDJI'DAILY PIONEER
Service's will be heid in the Battles
building, room 24, over the J.
Penney Co. store at 11 o'clock. Sun
day school-at 9.45.
Morning*" worship at 10:30. Past
or's subject: "A'Ncw Year Ideal
Sunday school at 12 noon.
Epworth League at 7 p. m.
Watch night service beginning a
Pastor' subject "Direct
G. H. Zentz, pastor.
Low mass at 8 o'clock.
High mass at 10 o'clock.
Sunday school followed by bene
diction of the Blessed Sacrement at'
Baptisms at 2.
Vespers apd benediction at 7:304
English services'Sunday at 10:30V
Biblestudy class'at 9:30.
Sunday school at 12 noon.
Services New Year's Day in the.
Norwegian language at 10:30.
The annual business meetipg of.
the congregation willbe held Tues^
day evening,, January 2nd^ at 7:30.
'L. J. Jerdee, pastor.
Message for the New Year, will be|
given Sunday morning.at the PresT
byterian church at 11 o'clock. Sun
day evening the sermon will be on
the theme "Gold, Frankincense and,
Sunday school will meet at 18 a.
m. and Christian Endeavor at 7 p.
m. All are most cordially welcome..
Lester P. Warford, pastor.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock,
Services at 11 o'clock.
Youtag Peoples' meetings Friday^
evening, January 5th, at the home
of B. M. Merseth.
New Year's at 7:30 p. m. y-
Service at 11 a. m. New Year's'
H. E. Bode, pastor.
Sunday school at 10:30.
Morning worship at 11:30.
Subject: ."The Naming of the Spii-4
Young Peoples' meeting at 7:00.
Evening services at 8.'- Subject:
"The One Essential."
Prayer meetings oh Thursday eve
nings' at 8 o'clock.
Everyone is-invited..-to.all these
'"George W. Kehoe, past-r.
i ST PAUL'S EVANGELICAL
-The ^services for Sunday, Decem
ber SlstV'will be in the English, lang
uage. There will be no meeting of
theiY-.P. L. in the evening.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Morning worship at 11
On Monday, January 1st, there
will be services in the German lang
uage- There will also be a congre
gational meeting in the afternoon
at 2 o'clock. All members are urg
ed to attend this meeting.
H. W- Radloff,. pastor.
There will be no Sunday school at
the Bethel Lutheran church Sunday
mbrning, but Swedish services will
be conducted at 11 o'clock. In the
evening, under the auspices of the
Men's Society, a watch night service,
will be held, beginning at 10 p. m.
It-will consist of a program and de
votional,, service. Everyone is wel-.
come at these services.
New Year's night services will be
To iour many friend* who
.have helped o generously
in mkkinr oar firt year* in
the hoted buine in Be
midji a success.
In closing our books* for the
year it gives uspleasur* to
know that we have gained
publicjconfidence by our ef
fort's maintain clean,
modern rooms where weary
traveler* may-feel at
It is our desire to merit
your-patronage in the com
ing year, -by serving your
conducted in the church at 8 o'clock.
Friday evening the annual business
meeting-of the church will be held
vat 8 o'clock.
iT. B. Nordale, pastor.
TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN
(Beltramia at Thirteenth)
Schedule for.the New Year -peribdl)
English services in the morning-at
16f:30 o'clock. Sermon-o Luke 2,
Sunday school^at 9:0. Subject'
"The Wise Men "i-of the East." s
Berea Bible chxp,$ir adults V#7
o'clock. EhglisK^SpfB^ter Eve serv
ices at 8 d'QlocK^..sThe pastor^^
preach on ^mehtajtfons ^3,' 22-3
"Sylvester. Tfl&ught^." Song by the
.chadren'* chwsus:4J The Hour Of
New Year'services in the German
language, on Monday morning at
10:30 a.''JM. Sermon on Luke 2, 21:417
SEE IT AT THE
"How Fair the Trials and Tempta^
tipns of the New Year."
Choir rehearsals on Thursday eve
ning. Childrens' Bible study on Sat
urday morning at 10 o'clock. Come!
Hoar Christ and Him crucified
E. Frenk, pastor.
A^ti-WL HOLD REGULAR
~j_ -MEETING TUESDAY NIGHT
The regular busines#nieeitog of
hall and all members are urged to
MRS. SMITH ENTERTAINS
Mrs- E. H. Smith very pleasantly
entertained the past officers of thetime
Order of Eastern Star from 3:30
t^ntil 6"b'clock yesterday at her home
Beltrami avenue. The home was
Willie Collier's big atage hit-noJ panit in pictures With\ Douglas MacLean
yftfadge Bellamy i
The yel|ji pf a Mirthquake
SPECIAL COMEDY IN TWO PARTS
i~-'s \\M i0i J!. iW
Bigger and better than '.'Rivers End."
when those horses hit the hurles in a whirlwind steeple
chase. Thrills with every spill! You'll be off your seat
.?riding all the way!
The gasps of an Earthquake
pretffilyr deeoriit*' in- the Chrisftnas
color scheme. Conversation, was en- ^|f*fl
joyed by the "gilfesfs whilet they ^orkn & $
-ed on.fancy ,w^rk tbeyi brough^w|
them-and afternoon -luncheon -was
served bm the hostess.
The regula^^buemessmeeting^af*! n^ &t, _/\
the Order of Eastern Star jj^U^.ii f$
held Tuesday evening at' 8 p'4bckfyi?v\^|
at the Masdhic .hall. Installation,iof
the newly-elected officers
a large attendance."
The hunter become the hunted, an
officer of the Royal1.
ing, fighting for his'life
Guided to a eecret vally in the froz-
en'-. North ^b'y.. a hot-blooded French
panadian beauty, -with, a secret, of
^That's the,start of this greatest of
:*a!l Cul'wood ..dramas- Portrayed by
a cast of st'r.rs. Directed by the man
who made "Humors'ed.ue.""
AL SO SHOWIN G
When Sam, who never rode a horse before, is mistaken
for a famous equestrianand his girl makes him ride a
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An important meeting of the: fa*-?
gree of Honor will he hBid 'TJuVes-j
day evening at the C.-flallr'TMe
committees are.urged to meet at this
to- plan for the installation'
meeting, which will take .place pn
January 16. Jij&
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