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Dec. 26—A Happy New Year.
Miss Clara Kloster who is employ
ed in Minneapolis arrived home on
Saturday and visited until Tuesday
with her mother, Mrs. J. O. Kloster.
Joe Thorvig returned to Minneap
olis Monday after a couple of days
visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Christofferson arrived
from Minneapolis Saturday to spend
Christmas at his parental home here.
John Martinson of Minneapolis
and Miss Alma Martinson of Willmar
spent Xmas at their home here.
Miss Agnes Ronning who is em
ployed in Minneapolis arrived home
Saturday to spend the holidays with
Mrs. M. Bruns who teaches school
near Raymond arrived Saturday to
spend the holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Home.
Miss Eunice Spicer arrived the
latter part of the week from the cit
ies to spend some time at Medayto
Miss Ethel Oman returned from
the cities Saturday where she has
spent some time.
Misses Marcella Jacobson and Ed
ith Gustafson who attend school at
St. Cloud arrived here Saturday to
spend their vacation with their folks.
Win. Peterson went to Willmar on
Saturday to spend Christmas with
his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Albert Peterson.
The Spicer school closed on Fri
day for a two weeks vacation. The
teachers and pupils gave a program
Friday afternoon. Misses Nime
Johnson and Lulu Falkingham, tea
chers of the intermediate and prim
ary rooms, left for their homes at
Willmar to spend their vacations.
J. E. Lindholm and family autoed
to Cokato Sunday for a visit with
her pai-ents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Geo. Gustafson who attends school
at St. Cloud arrived home Sunday
to spend the holidays with his folks.
Miss Anna Claire Findley who tea
ches in the northern part of the state
arrived home the latter part of the
week to spend her vacation with her
Mrs. Susan Peterson departed last
Thursday for Minneapolis where she
will make an extended visit with her
daughter, Mrs. F. W. Boedecker.
Miss Florence Nelson who attends
the McPhail school of Music at Min
neapolis arrived here Thursday to
spend the holidays at her home.
Miss Helen Lunde who attends the
Concordia college at Moorhead arri
ved last week to spend her vacation
at her parentai home here.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Thompson last Thursday,
Miss Marie Knudson who has been
dressmaking at Minneapolis for sev
eral years arrived here last week to
spend a couple of months with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Knudson.
Misses Edna and Harriet Home
arx-ived home the latter part of the
week to spend the holidays with their
folks. The former teaches at Foley
and the latter attends school at St.
Oscar Thorvig who attends the
Augsburg Seminary at Minneapolis
arrived Thursday for a ten days va
cation with his parents here.
Miss Delia Home who teaches at
St. Paul arrived last Thursday to
spend the holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Home.
Mrs. H. T. Olson of Willmar was
a guest at the O. T. Olson home the
latter part of the week.
Toby Johnson left Saturday to
spend Christmas with his relatives
Miss Minnie Gustafson arrived on
Saturday from Pennock to spend her
holiday vacation with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gustafson.
The new bell for the Zion church
arrived last week and was placed on
last Friday. It was given by the
Willing Workers Society.
Conrad Stockvig arrived from
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Willmar Thursday to spend Christ
mas with E. Benjaminson's.
Misses Mayme and Pearl Pederson
and Alice Rosacker who attend school
at Willmar are spending their vaca-,
tion at their homes here.
Miss Sylvia Sorenson from Ren
ville was a guest at the Sam Ander
son home Tuesday.
Mrs. J. Carlin and daughter Gladys
and Mrs. W. Winters and son Gar
field of Willmar visited relatives
here the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Andrews are
rejoicing over the arrival of a baby
girl born to them last Wednesday at
the Sunnyside Hospital at New Lon
Mr. and Mrs.- Malmquist from
Grove City and Mr. and Mrs. Minks
of Minneapolis were guests at the
Sam Anderson home Sunday after
Mrs. J. B. Glarum and children de
parted Tuesday for Minneapolis,
where they will make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bergstrom
and Mr. and Mrs. B. Moster and chil
dren autoed from Minneapolis Sat
urday to spend Christmas'with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sivert Hanson.
Miss Hazel Overson and Joy Ryk
ken left Friday for Willmar after
visiting their grandmother, Mrs.
Rev. T. M. Findley, pastor
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m.
Rev. A. F. Aimer, pastor
No Sunday school.
English services at 3 p. m.
Rev. A. M. Lunde, pastor
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
English services at 7:30 p. m.
The Ladies Aid will serve lunch at
the annex Wednesday, Jan. 3, in the
afternoon arid evening. All are wel
Dec. 26—Misses Clara, Myrtle and
Edith Anderson of Minneapolis are
here spending the holidays with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Swan Ander
Miss Julia Uggen left on Saturday
for Faribault, where she will spend
the holidays with her folks.
Miss Evelyn Kroona arrived home
on Friday from St. Peter where she
is a student at the G. A. C. to spend
the holidays with her folks, Mr. and
Mrs. O. W. Kroona.
Miss Edna Shosten is spending her
vacation at the home of her father.
Misses Marie Botnen and Hilda
Gynild left on Saturday for Willmar
where they will spend the holidays
with their folks.
Rudolph and Adolph Kroona at
tended the Julotta services at the
Bethel Lutheran church in Willmar
on Christmas morning.
Miss Bertha Slattedahl left on Sat
urday for Minneapolis where she will
spend her Christmas vacation with
her brother. She will alsro visit at
Chisago City with Mr. and Mrs. E T.
Miss Myrtle Harrison of Minne
apolis arrived home on Saturday to
spend Christmas with her folks.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Thulin of Minr
neapolis spent Christmas with the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Erickson and
son spent/Christmas with relatives at
Grove City and Litchfield*.
Perry Anderson returned home on
Tuesday from Dickens, la., where he
spent a couple of weeks with rela
tives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Kroona enter
tained the following at a six o'clock
dinner on Christmas eve: Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Anderson and Clarence
Anderson of Atwater, Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Okerman and son of Willmar
and the C. E. Kroona family of this
Wi take this means of expressing* our sincere
thanks and appreciation for the liberal and
valued patronage given us in the past year.
We hope that we have given you service and
value that 'will warrant a continuation of same
for the coming year. We extend to you our
best wishes for a most
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
Miss Anna Pierson of Willmar
spent Christmas with "Miss Mary An
derson. I *r
Lester Peterson who spent the last
year working for McKusick, Arrived
from Iowa last week for a visit with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Pe
Misses Gladys and Lucille Johnson
who attend school at Minneapolis,
are spending the week here with their
.mother, Mrs. C. G. Johnson.
Miss Mildred Peterson who teach
es at Minot, N. D., is home for her
Mr. and Mrs. Dalbak and daugh
ter of Willmar were visitors here on
Mi*, and Mrs. August Lundquist
and son Wilton of Willmar visited
here on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kroona, Adolph
and Harold Kroona, and Mr.-and Mrs.
R. S. Kroona spent Christmas Day
with Mr. and Mrs. A. H: Okerman
Mr. and Mrs.' James Lawler, enter
tained relatives f*n£ Xmas dinner, Mr.
and Mrs! r'peter Thulin^ entertained^
for Xmas dinner and, Mr. and Mrs:
O. W, Kroona entertained friends for
a Xmas dinner.
Mrs. Martin Johnson and children
who spent several weeks here with
relatives and friends returned to
their home at Devils Lake, N. D., the
first of the week.
Miss Ella Jacobson of Minneapolis
is here to spend Xmas with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Jacobson.
Mr. and Mrs. Swan Anderson and
daughters spent Christmas Day at
Willmar with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holm and
children spent Christmas with their
folks at Willmar.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Kroona and
family spent Tuesday at Willmar.
Ruben Brown of Litchfield' spent
Christmas with his folks here.
Miss Ellen Nordstrom spent Xmas
with her folks at Willmar.
You do not need a dictionary nor a high school or college
education to solve this puzzle. Just a general knowledge of
common everyday things. In fact a young bright boy or girl is
likely to win over the college professor in this game. So look
sharp. To the one who can find the largest number of things
wrong in the above picture we will give a prize of $3.00^
Make out a list. You might win with little effort, It will
cost you nothing to join this club. But we have decided that if
you send us one new subscription with your answer arid you
should win, we will give you a cash prize of $10.00.
We will even go you better than that. If with your winning
list you send in more hew subscriptions we will make the prize
much more worth while. See our list of prizes attached to this
RULES OF THE GAME
1 Anyone not an employe of the Willmar Tribune or a member
an employe's family, may submit an answer. It is open to everyone and
costs nothing to join the club.
2. Answers must be handed in to the Willmar Tribune office or mail
ed on or before Wednesday,,Jan. 1, 1923.
3. All lists should be written on one side of the paper only and each
sheet numbered. The name and address of the contestant should be plainly
written at the head of the lists. If you write about subscriptions or any other
matter in your letter use a separate sheet for that purpose.
Copyrighted 1922, Eben E. Lawson, Willmar, Minn. 4^1 4 1
First Prize $3.00 $10.00 $15.00
Second Prize 2.50 6.00 12.00
Third Prize 2.00 4.00 8.00
Fourth Prize .. 1.50 3.00 6.00
Fifth Prize V:.. 1.00 2.00 4.00
Sixth Prize .. '.X\"J. ,v.'.V. .50 f.00 2.00
.Mr. and Mrs. Levi Lund spent X
mas with their folks at Litchfield.
LUTHERAN EBENEZER CHURCH
Rev. H. Tillman, pastor
Services Sunday afternoon at 3
JOHN AUSTIN MASTERS
John A. Masters passed away on
Dec. 20, at the age of 70 years, fl.1
months and 20 days. The deceased
wa%born in St. Paul on Dec. 29, '51,
and in 1871 he moved to Harrison
twp. On Feb. 7, 1876, he .was mar
ried to Clara Adeline Foot, and to
this union, was born nine children,
.one child died in infancy. Together
with his wife be is mourned' by the
following children: Mrs. S. M. Dahl
of Harrison, Claud A. Masters of
Kenmare, N. D., S. A. Masters at
home, Mrs. Gustaf Engberg of Ken
niare, N. D., Mrs. W. M. Stevens of
Spicer, Mrs. Steve Woods of Aber
deen, S. D., Millard Masters at home
THE TRIBUNE'S NEW PUZZLE CONTEST
What's Wrong With This Picture?
Are you a good observer? Have you good eyes and quick wits?
Here's your chance to try them out and
WIN A CASH PRIZE OF SlOO
Contest Closes January 1, 1923.
No result to be announced until after January 10, 1923.
Take a pencil and make a note of each thing that does not look right to you in the picture. This is not
a guessing contest nor a game of chance, but a test of your skill as an observer. Thd Willmar Tribun wishes to
make it worth your while to send in your answer. In order to extend the circulation ofthe WillmarTribune
we will give substantial prizes that will be worth striving for.
LIST OF PRIZES
The Size of Prize is Governed by Number of Subscript! ons Which Accompany Your Answer
and Sybil Masters at home. *«*.
All the children were home for the
funeral, also a sister, Mrs. John
Thomas, and a brother, Chas. E. Mas
ters of Aberdeen, S. D.
Mr. Masters was baptized in the
Episcopal church in St. Paul.
The deceased was a member of
the Modern Woodmen for 26 years.
School Dist. No. 80 at Priam held
their annual Christmas program land
Christmas tree on Friday, Dec. 22hd.
A very nice program was given which
reflected credit on both the teachers
and the pupils. Many presents were,
distributed and just before closing/
the members of the Community Club
presented their president, Mr. W.
MacKenzie, with a handsome rocker.
Mr. MacKenzie was taken entirely by
surprise and thanked the Club for
thieir kindness and assured them that
the gift and the thot that prompted
the giving were much appreciated.
4. Make short notations of each thing you can find that is not right in the
picture, and number each such notation 1, 2, S, etc. Por instance, as follows:
1. Too few stars on flag.
2. No hoops on barrel.
3. Jim's tie upside down.
4. Barn door too low, etc.
To not write long explanatory sentences. Make notations brief. The judges
5. Contestant having largest list of "things wrong" wins first prize. Next
highest second, etc. Should two club members tie for first place the sum of
the first and second prizes will be divided between them pro rata according to
their class. The next highest gets third, etc. If three should happen to tie
for a prize, the same rule will apply.
6. In making the awards the lists will be considered solely on their mer
its. The judges will have at .their disposal the puzzle-maker's master list of
"things wrong" which will be their authority and which will govern their de
cisions. Irrelevant answers will not be considered.
7. Candidates may co-operate in solving the puzzle but only one prize will
go to the members of any one household. When two or more persons have
worked together on the puzzle only one will be allowed a prize.
8. All answers will receive the same consideration regardless of whether
subscriptions were sent in or not
9. The judges will be three reliable and well known residents of this com
munity who are fully qualified for the task. Their decision will be final and
each contestant agrees to abide by their awards.
The annual meeting of the stoci*^^-srjz
holders of the Kandiyohi County Na-Ji'^
tional Farm Loan^AssociationATOluf" $
be held in the court room at the couxt§l£
house at Willmar, Mini?. ,on 'fries'day^
Jan. 9, 1923, at 1Q o'clock a. to
elect directors and other businefcsS
The directors, will meet the same^
day at 2 p. m. to elect officers. TheJ
present directors will meet Monday,|&i
Jan. 8th, at 2 p. m., in their office^
in the courthouse to vote on applica-4^
tions and go over the books and ac-t^
Willmar, Dec. 26th, 1922. -4
William Olson, Sec.-Treas.
Six SUbs. Seven Subs. Eight Sube.
$35.00 $45.00 $60.00 $75.00 $100.00
BIDS FOR PUTTING UP ICE
Sealed bids for putting up the ice*v
for the Kandiyohi Central Creamery,
Ass'n will be received up to Friday,
January 12th, 1923, at 10 o'clock a.'
m. The board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
C. J. NELSON, Sec'y.