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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1922
Fred Schofield, of Hensler was a
visitor in town Tuesday.
If GhaB. Tauer of Underwood was a
visitor in town Tuesday.
Fred Pfister, who went to Bismarck
lastN week .for treatment, returned
Monday.
Roy Wahl, who is employed with
the Sop Bridge CreW i^ home for the
holidays.
The dance Christmas night was well
attended and those- there reported a
good time.
Fred Breckel of McClusky was a
visitor here Wednesday and Thursday
of this week.
Williams & Tellefson are moving
this week into the office rooms in the
Holtan building.
Rupert Schulz left Saturday for
Parkston, S. D„ where he will visit
with relatives for a time.
Roderick Wakefield, of Arnegard,
is here visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Macomber.
Mr. and.' Mrs- Kieekle, of Bismarck
spent the week-end1at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. G. M. Wallbrecht.
Mrs. Thomas St. Germain, and little
daughter' arrived home this morning
from the Bismarck hospital.
Mi§&Doloris Brummuhd, who is at
tending business college at Bismarck,
was home over the holidays.
M, Miss Ida/ Schmidt will sing two num
bers at the Band! Concert New Year's
night. Don't forget the date.
The Mala Quartette will entertain
at the coming Band Concert.
Buy
your ticket early. January 1, 1923.
Hear the Saxophone duet at the
Liberty Thtatre Monday evening, Jan
uary 1, 1923.. See program in this
issue.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Mehlhaff and. little
children drove to. Bismarck Monday
where they took the train for Parks
ton, S. D., where -they will make a
three weeks visit with relatives of the
doctor.
mm
Mrs. Emma Starbuck, of Bismarck,
as here to spend Christmas with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brum
mund.
L.
Marvin Thorstenson returned' from
Grand Forks Saturday where he is at
tending the University, to spend the
Holidays.
Miss Louise Bauer of Gatrison,
arrived here Saturday for a few day's
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Chris Hill.
Miss Selma Peterson and Miss Ida
Schmidt were the dinner guests
Christmas day of Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Sampsel.
Alfred Albertson, who is employed at
the Thos. Thompson Hdwe. Co., spent
Christmas Day with his parents at
Baldwin.
A. E. Thompson left Tuesday for
Milan, Minn., having been called there
by the serious illness of his sister,
Mrs. J. Volden.
Harvey Smith, of Sanger was a
^visitor in town Saturday. He was also
calling on the Ed. Furst family in the
Conkling community.
Harris RobihBon left Friday of last
week for Oslo, Minn., where he spent
hristmas with hiB father. He return
ed Wednesday evenings
Ernest Klein arrived from the State
University at Grand Forks Saturday,
to spend the Holidays with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Klein.
Walter Schweizer and Miss Pauline
Wolitarsky were visitors at Max Wed
nesday between trains at the home of
Mr. and! Mrs. Tim Stafsleln.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ald^rin iand
baby son, of Fort Clark were visitors
over Christmas Day with Mrs.Alderin's
Mother, Mrs. Chris- Carlson.
Benny Johnson and John Anderson
returned' Thursday of last week from
the Hot Springs in Montana where
they had been for a couple of weeks.
Miss Elten 'Holtan visited over
Christmas at the home of her parents,
Mr. and1 Mrs. Ole Holtan. Miss Holtan
is employed at Webb's Bros., at Bis
marck-
Hearty appreciation and very best
WISHES for a HappyNew Year!
Thompson Hardware Co.
New Years tales are often told.
May the tales you'll tell of 1923 be
ever
better than any you've ver heard or
told before
mags
Ole
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A court room full of people Sunday
evening enjoyed the reading of tlje
Christmas Carol by Gustaf Lindel. Mr.
Lindel has an exceptional ability for
this gift and his interpretation of the
reading was impressve and enter
taining for those who heard it-
James audi Miss Mabel Whitlock
spent from Saturday evening to Mon
day morning visiting friends at Bis
marck- On* their return home Christ
mas morning they were accompanied
by their brother, Roy, and Ernest
Happel, who spent the day visiting
here.
Miss Esther Nelson, who is employ
edT"at Webb Bros., at Bismarck was
here over Christmas visiting at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Chris. Nelson. Her sister, Miss Rose,
who is teaching school near Sun
Prairie, Mont., is also home for the
lolidays.
Last week the paper
TH8 WASHBURN LEADER, WASHBURN, NORTH DAKOTA
H. Stefferud is moving this
week into- his new home in the west
end of town.
Born.to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Yackey,
at Shelby,
JA.,
Christmas Day, a baby
boy. Friends here of Mr. and Mrs.
Yackey will be pleased to hear of this
glad news.
Miss Anna, Heffron, who formerly
taught here in the public school, but
who teaches at Buchanan this year, is
here visiting at .the home of Miss
Sadie Ferguson.
Miss Spara Christenson who is em
ployed at the Central Power Co-, is
spending her Christmas vacation at
the home of her parents at Price,
across the river.
Gustaf Lindell, who has been here
visiting at the home of his parents
for a few days, returned Tuesday eve
ning to Grand Forks where he will re
sume his studies at the University.
Mrs. O. C. Peterson entertained
Sunday evening with a six o'clock din
ner, Mr. "and Mrs. M. Holtan ,and
family, Mr- and Mrs. A. E. Thompson,
Rev. and Mrs. Harold Hansen and
Miss Ida Schmidt.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Olson and twd
children went to Garrison Christmas
Day where they spent tjie day with
relatives of Mrs. Olson'. Mr. Olson
returned the same day, but Mrs. Olson
remained over for a short visit.
J. M. Southey prominent farmer
iving north of Washburn was a visitor
in Town Friday. Mr. Southey stated
that he did fairly well with Marquis
wheat this year. He also has a small
herd of cattle he is caring for.
J. E. Heck left Wednesday of last
week for Rio Hondo, Tex., where he
will look after his farming Interests.
Mr, Heck will put in a cotton crop
this year on his farm. He expects to
be gone three or four months.
Mrs. Susanna Hultberg and family
of Bismarck, stopped in Washburn
Saturday for a short visit, while on
their way to Turtle- Lake where they
spent Christmas with relatives. Mrs.
Hultberg is a sister of Mrs. William
Flinspach.
1
stated! that
John Wolitarsky had Joined the navy.
This was incorrect as he. has joined
the Araiy Instead of the Navy. The
last letter from him stated' that he
was ready toembark and would either
be stationed! on the Hawaiian or
Philipine Islands.
Word was received by Dr. and Mrs.
Forbes Saturday that a son had been
born to Mr. and Mrs. Cowell at
Cooperstown. Mrs. Cowell was for
merly Miss Grace Forbes. The doctor
is rejoicing over the arrival of the
grandson, as it is the first son or
grandson born into the family.
The Christmas programs given by
the different churches this year were
greatly enjoyed •by the members arid
friends of the church. In all the ex
ercises the children did splendid, and
it proved that much work had been
done by the teachers of the Sunday
schools in preparing the programs.
Mr. and Mts. Carl jKnutson of Bis
marck Visited ove* Christmas with Mr.
Knutqon's. brbtiier Knute. WJjile here
they received'word of the critical ill-,
ess of thefr'brother, Emanuel, who is
in 6 government hospital at Minnea
polis.'. Knute. left V, Saturday eve&ng
for. the Cities, to be lyith bis .brother.
charming
=B?rf. Roy^Ekstrom of Fes^
senden, arrived here Saturday fo spend
Christmas with Mr. Ekstronfs parent's,
Mr.' and Mrs. Alfred EScptrom: This la
Rpy-V firet iriflit since lie waft
bliA:r«attv^ ind manjr
friends, here, were glad to meet his
New Daddy Nov
-THE KAISER
Here is Princess Henriette at
Play on the grounds of her new
daddy s exiled retreat at Doom,
Holland. She is the youneest
ggjfter of the former kaiser's new
WASHBURN LOSES TO MERCER
A pick-up team of fellows went to
Mercer Tuesday evening where they
played the fast little Mercer team- The
boys who, went from here did not
compose
v
the regular team, as only
two had done much playing this year.
The rest were good players, but they
lacked the practice to put. them into
Shape.
On the other hand Mercer was
strength by having some of their
star players home from the University
for the Holidays. The result was
that Washburn was defeated by a
score of 16 to 22.
The first half ended with Washburn
in the lead by 2 points the half was
12 to 14. In the last half however,
Mercer went into the lead. In the last
four minutes the scqre stood 16 to 16,
but the little Sackman fellow, dropped
in three baskets in as many- minutes
and ran the score up to 22. Peterson
for Washburn ran up a good score of
8 points, and Raugu-t almost as well
with 6, the other 2 points were made
when Reiser pitched a basket- Wilson
and Westmiller were the other two
players for Washburn, and regardless
of the fact tfyat they have not been
playing they both put up a nice game.
The Hneup-follows:
WASHBURN
Field goals: Peterson 4, Raugust 3,
Reiser 1, Nelson 2, Schindler 2, Sack
man 4,Ovre 2. Free throws, Sackman2
ROBINS CHRISTMA8 CALLERS
Mild, sunny days, is what the
weather man has been sending out for
the past week. With very little snow
on the ground, and each day some of
that melting, it does not seem like it
is the middle of winter. For the past
week the weather has been warm
enough for one to go about without a
heavy coat. It is a relief from the se
vere cold weather that came the first
of December. To prove that the
weather is warm, there were a pair of
robins seen the first of the week here
in town. Where they came from and
where they were going is not known,
hut they Were welcome here as holi
day visitors. May they remain dur
ing the rest of the winter without
getting cold feet-.
cironcH
WATCH NIGHT 8ERVICE
•. SUNDAY EVENING
There will be a "Watch Night" Ser
vice Sunday evening at the Court
Room.
The program will begin after the
conclusion of the. regular service and
will continue to the close of the years
A cordi&I' Invitation is extended, to
the ifeople of the community to at?
tend!
LUTHERAN CHURCH NOTE8
Regular English Services Sunday at
11:00 A. M.
Sutiday School a^t 10:00 A. M.
TheConflrmiition clasfiTneets at the
Sunday School and- Cateohetioal ^n-
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Schindler
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Raugust
Wilson
Westmiller
Reiser
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In extending to Vou the greetings of the Season may
we add our sincere wish that the New Year will bring in
Abundance, Health and Prosperity.
First National Bank
Holtan Mere. Go.
Today we are happy in the thought
of the confidence of our friends, their
faith in us as merchants and as in­
dividuals.
We extend to all our sincere wishes
for a Happy New Year Day.
A. Schulz & Sons
You have been GOOD TO US—may
Fate be GOOD TO YOU in A£L THE
YEARS TO COME!
PAGE FIVB
May your cup of cheerfulness in the
New Year be filled to overflowing. May
it be the best you've ever lived.
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