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The Wahpeton times. [volume] (Wahpeton, Richland County, Dakota [N.D.]) 1879-1919, January 02, 1919, Image 1

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Lilian Robinson was born In La*
Xooift ooanty, N. D, August 8th, 1882,
aM eame to Wabpeton with her par
ents in 1800, and grew to womanhood
here. Lilian was highly gifted as a
•whim end her beautiful voice was a
mm of great pleasure to us all. Jane
10, 191B, she was united in marriage
with Brnest Corcoran, a prosperous
ytmg business man of Colfax. About
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ago she became the
Ntattue from out of town that
iMsaM the last sad rites were Albert
Oseeoran of Ptweott, Wis. H. O. Rob
faMon and Mrs. F. H. Banes of Raqs.
At the time ef the wife's death the
husband was very low with the late-*
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favorable.
"We
extend our sympathy to the be
naved ftaally la their hour ef sorrow.
Wednesday, January 8, the Oclsnou
School win hold "Open House" at 840
p. m. for the especial benefit of the far
mers of the county who win attend
"Farmers' Week." The shops and La
boratoriea win be In operation thus
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It is with deep regret that we an
nounce the death of Lilian Robinson
Corcoran, of Colfax, which occurred
at 8t John's hospital, In Fargo, last
Thursday. Deceased has been an in
valid for nearly a year, but hopes of
her recovery were entertained by her
family until the last All that medical
skill could do was of no avail.
MATT­
of a baby boy, who remained on
earth just one short week and the
abock of his death proved too much
fcr the mother whose health was ten
lag. Complications set in which later
resulted in her death. During her pro
tracted illness she bore her suffering
with cheerful fortitude.
The funeral was held in Moore's cha
pel at Fargo last Saturday and she
burled 8unday morning la ,Cal
esmetery beside her baby.
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Tuesday, Jan.
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giving the cittaeas of the county
•aoe to get better acquainted with
the work of the school. 11K peepte sf
the two towns are cordially iavited to
visit us.
The school is dosed Car the New
Year's holiday.
Pres. Smith spent a few days in
cluding Xmae with Us friends, Mr.
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Mu8icale and Smoker at the
Commerical Club Rooms
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A E S W E E
Program
Wahpeton, North Dakota
Jan. 7-8-9-10
It Is the purpose of this office to put on a week ot business
study, entertainment and good fellowship. This week has been
named, "Fsrmers' Week." Perhaps it should have been named,
"Richland County Week." It is set aside for the promotion of
such matters as will tend towards the development of Richland
County. When Richland County moves forward, then we all
more forward. For that reason we all need to boost This is an
invitation to you, Mr. CiUsen of Richland Counfr, to tike part in
our efforts. Will you be there? Will your wife b£ theto? Will
your sons_and daughters be there? WiU your neighbors be
there? 'Tanners' Week," will be a success right from the start
Many of us are going to do our
Will you?
These Numbers Will be Rendered en Time
TUESDAY, JANUARY
Morning
Farm Bureau Meeting. City Hall.
tog. city
Afternoon
Agent's Office.
Directors' Meeting of Stock Breeders' Association.
County Agent's Office.
Social Evening. Commercial Club Rooms.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8
Kerning
Dr. McMahon, State .Veterinarian. Stock, PavttUon.
The Cow. Drenching dehorning selfHradting
the cud bloat
Stock Breeders' Meeting City Hall.
An Invitation
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WAUFTIOW, RICHLAND OOOWTT, WORTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY.
part this year and every year.
Dr. McMahon, State Veterinarian.
The Horse Colic and Drenching.
Directors' Meeting ot County Fair Association. County
and Mrs. Haaeeek at Morris, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. JBUey and Mr. and Mrs.
Balsey spent Mew Tears 4ay with Mr.
and Mra.
Lt. Bluase test year of the high
school arrived in town from officers'
training camp to take ep his duties as
coach, succeeding the late Mr. Ward
in that position. Lt. Blume has bad
p. m. On Wednesday, Jan. 8, at
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8:00
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4:00
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Stock Pavillion.
2:00
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I |TO THE FARMERS OF RICHLAND COUNTY
THEIR WIVES AND CHILDREN
JANUARY 2, 1918
Halt
During the week beginning January 6th, the farmers of Richland County will gather in
Wahpeton to attend the annual meetings of their various live-stock, insurance, loan,
county fair and other organizations.
The Business Men of Wahpeton, taking advantage of the opportunity afforded to welcome them as guests of the
city, have prepared a few social events for the farmers and their families who shall be in attendance, and take
this means of extending their cordial invitation to meet with them a few evenings during the week.
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Open House at State Science
and (J. S. Indian Schools with
reception at Gymnasium.
THE COMMERCIAL CLUB WILL KEEP OPEN HOUSE
day and night throughout the week, with attendants on hand to see to the comfort and convenience
of the city's guests. Rest room, Smoking room, Card room, Billiard room
and other facilities await you.
our Daylight Hours will be Engrossed with Business
Let Us Entertain You During the Evenings
The Business Men of Wahpeton
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Afternoon
County Fair Association Meeting. City Hall.
The Hemp situation in Richland County. City Hall.
Stock Breeders' Bsnquet 81.00 per plate.
Open House—State School of Science. U. S. Indian
3chool.
THURSDAY, JANUARY
Morning
Shorthorn Breeders. City Hall.
Dr. McMahon, State Veterinarian. Stock Pavilion.
Farm Surgery, Sore shoulders and neck, Interfering,
wound treatment, castration.
Afternoon
College.
Richland County Mutual Fire Insurance Co. City Hall.
Holstein Men. City Hail.
Directors Meeting, Federal Farm Loan Association, Coun
ty Agent's Office.
Vaudeville&tOpera House.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 10
Morning
How did Clay COanty, Minnesota, get on the potato map?
City Hall. Mn Paul E. Clement, County Agent
Leader, Minn
What can be done with potatoes in Richland County?
Mr. Jake Eastgate, Larimore, North Dakota.
10:30 Poultry Meeting. City Hall.
What can we do to promote the poultry Industry of
Richland County* Mr. Brick Peterson, Agricultural
Organisation of Association.
Afternoon
Federal Farm Loan Meeting. City Hall.
Angus Meeting, Hereford Meeting, Duroc Meeting. City
7:00 Dance at Armory.
NOTE: 11M Commercial Club Rooms will be open to all guests
during the entire week. The social evening, vaudeville, open
house and dance will be free to all guests. These meetings and
•octal events are of Interest to men and women. Therefore, both
you and yottr wives are cordially invited.
splendid training in athletics and will
make aut excellent coach for the 8. 8.
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Mra. Anna Goettleman met with a
painful accident about two weeks ago
while at Huffton, S. D., nursing flu
patients. A trap door to the basement
had keen left open and In the darkness
For Farmers' Week
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Signed: GEORGE P. WOLFE,
County Agricultural Agent.
she walked Into space tailing a dis
tance of twelve feet. Her escape with
severe bruises only, was nothing
Bhort
of marvelous. She was brought home
and has at this writing recovered suf
ficiently to be able to get about on
crutches. Her niece, Alvina Bradseth
returned from a visit in South Dakota
Sunday and will assist in caring for
her.
On Thursday, Jan. 9, at 8 p. m.
Vaudeville Entertainment at the Opera House
On Friday, Jan. 10, at 8 p. m.
erncui cm rAFBB
Borghild Stubsjoen
If Jesus bad not Come
Lily end Ida fivensoa
Hearken to the Message Sweet ....
Choir
Recitation. .O Jul, Du Store Barneta*
Myrtle Carlson
BsercSse ....... Nu Ringer Yulen tad
Four Children
lighting XmaS Tree'
Solo ... More Love to Thee, O Christ
Buth Smith
The Whole World la a Xmas Tree...
Dance at the Armory.
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Lutheran Church Holds
Christmas Entertainment
Laat Friday evening a Christinas
tree festival was held at the Lutheran
church. The following entertaining
program was given:
Song Audience
Invocation Rev. Dahl
Welcome Seven Children
Becitation Bells of Peace
Kenneth Smith
Sode lile Jesus barn .Olaf Raftevold
God's 8ervice Flag...Clara Mikkelson
Song All Glory, Glory
8lx Girls
Our Thanks We Bring. .Clyde Johnson
Exercise Christ Is Born
Twelve Children
Becitation Julens Engler
Ethel Larson
Bemarks Bet. Dahl
Memory Verse Lillian Baftevold
Bong Christmas Branches
Thirteen Children
Becitation ..Velkommen, Bam—Jesus
The Mother's Xmas Gift. .Lulu Smith
Lighting a Star Seven Boy*
Bong All Himlee Priser
Veronica Patterson
Recitation .... God Bless Us Bveryene
Andrew Raftevold
Bell Song' Three Children
Norwegian Lutheran Church NMes
Service at the Wabpeton Norwegian
Lutheran church, corner ot Michigan
ave and Eighth street next Sunday
forenoon and evening. The evening
services will be conducted in the Eng
lish language.—W. B. DAHL, Pastor.
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