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Warren sheaf. (Warren, Marshall County, Minn.) 1880-current, March 02, 1921, Image 7

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If yon so away on a "visit your
friends will be Interested In know
Ins about it. Call 88The Sheaf
and give us the facts.
See Warren Pharmacy ad.
Robin Hood and Warren Flours for
sale at K. J. Taralseth Co.
Master Joe Baugh has been ill for
'the past week and confined to his bed.
Mrs. Victor Odman is assisting with
the work at the treasurer's office in the
"court house.
Arnold LaRoche will leave this even
ing for a several days' business visit at
ReW Lake Falls.
Katherine McDonald and "The
Gumps", Andy and Min, at the Strand
tonight and Thursday.
The Vega Young Peoples society will
met at the church Sunday evening at
eight o'clock. All are welcome.
Mrs. E. R. Kezar entertained a num
ber of young folks last Wednesday in
honor of Master David's sixth birth
day.
Carl Knutson has been on the sick
list for the past week and unable to
leave his home. His illness is not con
sidered serious.
The 24th anniversary dance of the
local Yeoman lodge was given in the
Strand theatre last Friday night with
a good crowd in attendance.
Mrs. H. M. Blegen Mr. Jack Edgar
Millinery Emporium
Opening March 8th
1 OUR HATS ARE DIFFERENT AND HAVE INDIVID-
-1 I UALITY NOT SEEN ELSEWHERE.
They await your inspection
1 MRS: X). N. NELSON WARREN, MINN.
Is your name in the Strand ad thjs
i week?
Do not miss the special show at the
Strand Monday and Tuesday.
Attorney B. B. Brett, of Stephen, was
a business visitor in Warren on Tues
day.
Fresh cream is being received daily
at Holan's Confectionary for those de
siring it.
Deputy John Bordewich spent Tues
day in the vicinity of Viking serving
notices and legal papers.
Friday night, will be your last chance
to see the Warren high school basket
ball team in action here this season.
Frank Severin returned Monday
night from Noyes, where he had been
doing some relief work for the Great
Northern railway.
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing.
Bring your repairing in at once.
Prompt service. Price reasonable.
Hooper's Gift and Jewelry Shop.
Last Wednesday evening a class of
six new members were initiated into
the mysteries of the rank of Page, in
4he local Knights of Phytias*lodge.
The Queen Esther Society was enter
tained at the home of Mrs. George
Davis Monday night. After the meet
ing a dainty lunch was served by the
hostess.
Mrs. Edgar Seheldahl, of Gilby, N.
D., and her niece. Miss Paluia Olson, of
Grafton, N. D., arrived Saturday even
ing and are visiting at the J. M. Hal
vorson and A. Grindeland homes.
W. R. Strunk. of Minneapolis, re
presenting the Goodrich Rubber Co.",
was doing business in these parts a few
days the past week' and incidentally
visited at the home of Judge Grinde
land
Spring Showing Extraordinaire
now
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
LOUIS B. MAYER
Presents the Super Special
A number of young people wei'e fdo
iightfully entertained'at*a tandem party
last .Wediiesday* night. -After tlie^ride
the membersi of the wer
tain
vly
"TheWoman in his House"
-With All Star Cast
Persons Admitted free to the special show (The Woman in His House) Tuesday, Mar. 8, are as follows:
John Johnson was an Argyle visitor
last Saturday.
Mrs. C. Weblen, of Hallock, was a
visitor in Warren on Tuesday.
Mrs. C. A. Nelson and Mrs. L. A.
Bueche are visitors in Grand Forks to
day.
Ole Anderson, who operates a farm
near Hallock, was a Warren visitor
Tuesday.
If you have a farm for sale, call on
J. T. Owens, at-Hotel Warren. Home
offices at_Clear Lake, Iowa
Miss Alice-Peterson, one of the school
teachers, has been ill this week and
has remained at her home in Crooks-
ton.*
Mrs. Victor Goulet, of"''Argyle! visited
with her parents, Mr. and-Mrs. August
Qstlund, on Monday, returning to
Argyle Tuesday morning. 'f'"*
Order your spring suit early ,'"Easter
is soon here". We take order for
ladies' suits as well as men's suits.
Gunnar Swedberg, the tailor.
Miss Anna Moen of Fertile, who
formerly was employed at the Pioneer
JLaud company's office is baclx for a few
days helping with the work there.
A win Friday night for the Warren
high school basket ball team will as
sure the team a trip to Crookston to the
district tournament. Get out and back
the team. __..
Mrs. H. M. Swansou,expects to leave
Thursday for Nashwauk, Minn., where
she wil'visit her daughter ~Eda, who is
teaching schoo'l there, and then go on
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Burt Pear
son, at Virginia.
Ladies! Mrs. Florence D. Nelson,
the NuBone corsetiere, will be in War
ren Saturday, March 5, for three days.
Those" wishing appointments please
leave your name with Mrs. A. Nilses
tuen or phone 1S2.
Miss Grace Iversou, of* Thief River
Falls, who has been coming to Warren
every Saturday to give vocal lessons,
has discontinued her weekly trips lie
cause of the dwindling number of stu
dents interested in the .work.
Lloyd and Ralph Lundgren, Clifford
Johnson, Viva and Inez Swandby,
Louis Halvorson, Ann Cassidy. and
Maurice Taralseth were among those
who accompanied the 8th grade basket,
ball team to Argyle last Saturday.
Mrs. Ole Strom was. painfully in
jured last Monday when one of her
fingers was caught .m the wheel of an,
electric, washing inacliine and quite
badly, crushed. Medical," aid was bb:
tained and the 4ing Js\ doing ljiieejly
Mis Audrey-party Swandbyeaenter- her
homo where cardis were played and a
delightful lunch was served. Arthw
j$ergo, of Montevideo, -cousin of'Miss
^Swandby, was a guesi ai rhe Swandby
home. He left for Ids home the follow
ing day.
Judge Grindeland is away on a tour
to Washington, D. ~C, having arrived
there on Saturday of last week, and
will be gone about a month visiting
various cities in the East. He intends
to be present at the inauguration of
Presideut Harding on March 4th. Any
onp having business before the court
may confer with Judge Watts, of
Crookston, or Stenographer Br^ggans
at Warren.
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Mrs. David Johnson Mr. Hugh Ferguson
"Not. a Million Dollar bdss-^But a Loss"
Mr. and Mrs. O. Jenson, of Oslo, were
in Warren on Tuesday. ._!
Robin Hood and Warren Flours for]
sale at K. J. Taralseth Co.
.Miss Beda Carlson spent Sunday i
visiting at her home in Radium.
A .S. Rokke of Newfolden was a
visitor in Warren last Saturday.
Harold Lloyd in "Haunted Spooks"
at the Strand Friday and Saturday.
"Mrs. I. M. Myrbo and baby girl re
turned to their home in Viking Monday
night.
T. Hellickson of Grand Forks ar
*rived Monday night to visit with friends
in Warren.
C. W. Zitzloff returned Saturday
from Salo, where he had spent the
winter months.
See Harold Lloyd, one of the worlds
greatest comedians, at the Strand, Fri
day and Saturday.
Everything new in colors and trim
ings, with more patterns arriving.
Anderson Millinery.
Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Dishington re
turned from Minneapolis Friday where
they had spent the past week.
Mr. E. E. Swenson, of Grand .Forks,
visited at the home of Judge Grinde
landfa few days the past week.
On March 1st E. L. Tornell will put
on sale a limited number of Columbia
Blue Label records at only 59 cents
each.
Mrs. Charles Olson, of Big "River,
Sask., arrived last Saturday for a^short
visit at the Iver Winberg home. Sh
left Monday evening for Thief River
Falls wliere she will visit.
Mrs. E. E. Swenson and Igolf
Grindeland went to Thief River Falls
on Tuesday evening, where they in
tended to attend a concert given by a
local organization of that place.-
W. B: Hershey, of Strathcona. was in
Warren today to see about the ship
ment of some cattle hennas purchased
from Andrew Hansen. He acquired
,three cows and three calves of pure
bred Shorthorn stock from the local
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pederson of Hal
lock attended the Juvenile band con
Jcert in Warren last night. They were
tjntertained at the home of Mr. and
.Mrs. E.W Dahlof. Mrs. Pederson is
a sister of Mr.'Dahlof. Mr. Pederson!
is the. director of the band at Hallock.
Word has been received that Roy
Prytz, former manager of the women's
department at the.Peoples.Trading com
pany,,store, will soon -return from!
Faribauir and take up his former posi
tion? 'He lias been, away for about a
year aiid has recently beeii
Mr. and-Mrs. R. B. Taruleth have
been hosts at a series of three dinner
parties at their home during the past
week and including this evening. On
Wednesday and Friday of last week
they entertained twelve of their friends
each evening at dinner. Tonight the
clerks of the K. J. Taralseth company
will be dinner guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Taralseth.
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Every Piece Guaranteed Fresh or Money Refunded
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WARREN PHARMAGYs^TMiOaSReMble Rexall Store?
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engaged at
Faribault. i:1
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Mrs, A. Grindeland ..entei'tklned: a'i
number of out of town relatives'. and
the John Halvorson family at her liouie
\t a tf o'clock dinner last evening. Miss I
Palma Olson o,f Graft6n', a niece of
Mrs. (irindela'ild. Mix E: O. Schelda!
of Gilby. X. I)., and Mrs. Arueson of!
Iowa were (he out of town guests af.
the Grindeland home.
Robin Hood and Warren Flours for
sale at K. J. Taralseth Co.
A hard time dance will be given at
the K. P. and Masonic hall next Friday
evening.
Mrs. E. E. Swenson, of Grand Forks,
arrived last week and is visiting at
the home of Judge Grindeland.
Prices on grain cleaners are the same!
as last year. "Sizes we carry are from
30 inches to 48 inches wide.Lundgren
Wittensten & Co.
One marriage license was issued by
A. C. Swandby, clerk of court, during
the past week. The license was issued
to Frank B. Sewill and Myrtle M^Dan
ielson.
ENJOYABLE PARTY GIVEN.
Wearing costumes ranging from Red
Cross nurses to citynewsboys, including
gypsies. Indian maidens and fictitious
characters, the GirlV Community club
held one.of the most enjoyable parties
of the season in the spacious rooms of
the Lundgren home last Wednesday
evening. Miss Ebba Lundgren was
hostess to the club members and Miss
Delia Lindberg and Miss Edith,.Allen
were in charge of the refreshments.
Miss Florence Hanson was in charge of
the entertainment for the evening.
A two-course lunch was served on the
table which was decorated with place
cards indicative of George Washington's
birthday, red carnations and red.-white
and blue candles. The dining room
was festooned with red, white and blue
streamers and made a very charming
setting for the lunch. Miss Luella
Bratrud was toastmistress and called
on the various members at- the table.
A flash light picture was taken of the
group of girls Defore the party ended.
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Mrs. A. L. Robinson
Notice to Cream Sellers
BUTTERFAT HIGHER.
Beginning Thursday, March 3rd, we
will pay 52c for butterfat We will
pay cash for every can of cream de
livered to us. Cream tested and paid
for the day it is received. Remember,
we also buy poultry and we are in the
market for all we can get at any time.
WARREN CREAMERY,
\_ Warren, Minn.
NOTICE.
The handling of a bank' account gives you a training
business matters that may prove very helpful some day
i&sides, as.,a iueans of keeping a check On household'-aiid otheii,
expenditures,-providing automatic receipts for bills paid,' etc,, it^is
the proper way of: handling your affairs. .We render a, special service
to ladies'arid ^lK4t\v)u aeewW,fc,
All outstanding Marshall County
Warrants on Federail Aid Project No.
81, numbers 10962, 10964, 10965, 10966,
10967, 10968, 10970, 10971, 10972, 11297,
11298, 11299, and 11300 will be paid
upon presentation at the County Audi
tor's office at Warren, Marshall Coun
ty, Minn.
F. BAKKE,
County Treasurer.
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HOTEL WARREN
FRIDAY, MARCH 11th.
MARCH
RECORDS
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