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Koop's for hosiery.
O. B. Christapherson spent yester
day at Kensal on business.
Mrs. M. L. Healy of Minnewaukon
is in the city the guest of Mrs. L.
B. Niemeyer.
Mrs. Chas. Keller and baby who
have been spending several days in
the city returned to Medina yester
day.
Chas. Dailey of Buttzville, N. D„
was a visitor in the city yesterday
and a guest at the Harry Green res
idence.
•Mrs. Alice Tappa, of Deer River,
Minn., is in the city the guest of her
mother Mrs. Martha Genzel of 8 th
avenue north.
on Easter Monday night the
Daughters of Isabella of Bismarck
will give a charity ball, which will
be attended by members of that 6ourt
and the Knights of Columbus of
Mandan and Bismarck.
"The Women's Auxiliary to the A
merican Legion will give a grand
Easter .Ball at the armory on Mon
day evening March 28th. The pro
ceeds will be used in entertaining the
delegates to the state conventionjof
the legibn which meets in James
town this summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Zimmerman and
son are guests of Mr. Zimmerman's
brother Oscar Zimmerman. The
family drove to the city from Bur
ley, Idaho, a distance of 1800 miles
and ape enroute to Alexandria, Minn,
where they expect to locate. Fra*ik
Fellows of Lodi, Wis., was an over
Sunday guest, at the Zimmerman
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Orlady have re
turned from an extended eastern
trip to New York and other Atlantic
coast points. While [in New Yorkj
City they had a thrilling experience'
in a hotel fire at midnight their
hotel filling with fumes and smoke
from a blaze in the kitchen, and the
guests descended in various states
of disabille.. No serious damage re
sulted.
Miss Agnes Haines was the guest
of honor at a china shower last even
ing given by Mrs. Albert Edfast at
'her home, 820 1st avenue south.
Part of the evening was spent in
writing recipes for the bride-to-be.
Miss Haines received a very pretty
assortment of hand painted china
plates. Supper'was served late in
the evening, covers being laid for
seven.
The Misses Sylvia Engeboe and
Anna Brown entertained last even
ing at a surprise party, for Mrs. J.
A. Randall, the occasion being Mrs.
Randall's birthday. The rooms were
beautifully decorated in yellow and
wh,ite, Easter being th^ general key
note thruout the decorations. A two
course luncheon was served .covers
being laid for fifteen. Auction Pin
ochle was the main feature of the
evening. Mrs. Randall was the re
cipient of many beautiful and useful
gifts.
4' .FRIDAY.
Miss Mary Higgins is a patient at
Trinity hospital.
Dr. G. D.^To^d of Medina has en
tered Trinity hospital for treatment.
Miss Lillian Zimpfer of Aberdeen
is the Easter guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Walsh.
Orvin Olson who has been visit
ing Gus Anderson left_for his home
at Pingree today.
G. G. Wise left last night for
Roanoke, Va., called by. the serious
illness of his brother.
P. F. Delmorp of Fargo and Mich
eal Delmore of Adrian were visitors
i in the- city yesterday.
W. V. Wicks left this, morning for
Oakes and will drive home a new
Nash automobile this afternoon.
Mrs. Thos Challoner returned
Tuesday from Santa Monica, Calif,
where she spent the past winter.
My. E. G. Ringnette is among the
first" spring movers. He moved to
day into the Corwin house on Third
Avtenue.
Mrs. Wm Cleland left last uight
for St. Paul to spend Easter ivith
her son Walter Cleland and daugh
ter Mrs. Thomas.
Misses Anna Murphy and Merced
es Muenz, students at St. Catherine's
St. Paul, are arrivals in the city
rfor the Easter vacation.
Mr. aiid Mrs. E. Kent left last
-night for Perry, Iowa, called- by the
serious illness of Mrs. Kent's sjs
ter and Mr. Kent's mother.
Mrs. E. Bekken and daughter,
Mina. Agnes and Verna are in the
city from Fargo to spend Easter at
the Andrew Anderson home,
Mrs. Sheywin who isJ teaching at
Golva in Golden Valley. County, is
spending the Easter -vacation with
her son in the Ringuette flats.,
Mrs. E. L. Hayes of Streeter is in
the city the guest of her sister Mrs.
R, Jones while receiving treatment
sf from Dr. Henderson, .Chiropractor-.
A. L. Newton, Paul Quinmoen
i, and E. M. Helgeson. have returned
from Carrjngtpn wherevthey attended
a council meeting of the Masonic or-
v
\i JSverett G. McGowan, who yecent
-ly lost to~Norval Baptie in the tftroe
mile skating event at Pilaflelpjiia,
*'i !?S, was a member oftl*el920 baseball
team at Valley City.
V' Lester Jtyerling, student at Bt.
Johns university, Cpllqgeville, Mian.,
.will riot return to Jamestown fop the
Easter holidays, but will spend them
,S-A with a school mate at fi^rz, Mi»n.
lyir. and'Mrs. F. Sclipetder of
Minneapolis, who have feepn ttyq
^guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McCurry
(Syeturqed l»ome on No. 2 today. They
have spent'the winter n^ont)is »at
Seattle, Afrs Sphnei^er is a ni^e of
Airs. McCi^rry.
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H, pa«l^pn b«s sold nis residence
ft 209 ^t}i'avei|ue spHth tp Mra. An
drew Pearson, wftq wi|l take pe88P4
Bion the first iwp^k' in^XPRLK'J MT
Mr?.
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leave in about ten days for Alive, Al
berta, to make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spokesfield
bavo as their guests for over Easter
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Huckley of Edge
ley. Their daughter little Doris
Jean, who is with them, is the young
est member of tijie American Legion,
having Joined that organization
when only 2 months old.
Valley City is to haye a tourist
night camp. The matter was taken
up several months ago /-by Mayor
Bonhus and 1 he city council and has
now been settled. The city has a
lease from the. railroad company for
a strip of wooded land on Main
street just west of the bridge and
the city .will have the par.k. put in
good shape.
Six candidates were initiated at
the meeting of the Degree of Honor
held last evening in Forester hall.
At the close of the business session
there was a short sacred concert
which consisted of an anthem by Miss
Dione Hanson and Naomi Babcock,
Mesdames Fitzgerald, Lidstrand and
Holcomb and Messrs Byron and P.
M. Hansen duet by Mrs. Lidstrand
and Miss Babcock and duet by krs.
Fitzgerald and Miss Irene Morrison.
Refreshments were served.
Mrs. Vannie Nelson has returned
from an extended southern and west
ern trip. She left St. Cloud, Minn.,
in December with a party from that
city and they made the trip by auto.
Sometime was spent at Battlesville,
Okla., with Mi*, and Mrs. Mark
Hamilton, two weeks at San Diego
arid 6 at Los Angeles and vicinity.
Mrs. Nelson met quite a number of
former Jamestown people. The par
ty returned via Portland and Seattle
and at Sand Point, Ida., left the car,
returning the remainder of the dis
tance by train.
'Gasoline for sale at filling sta
tion prices from now on you can
buy yonr gas from us exactly as
cheap as at a filling station. H.
Range Auto Co., 3rd Ave. Xo. and
3rd St.
SATURDAY.
Harold Reed of White Bear, Minn.,
is an arrival in the city.
A. D. Grant is an arrival in the
city to spend Easter with Mrs.
Grant.
Mrs. Fred Drawz and Mrs. Dave
Allen and daughter Margaret spent
Thursday and Friday in Fargo.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Helgeson liave
returned from a weeks visit at Miles
City, Mont, and Brandon, Miiin.
Herbert Bamford of Maddock is
spending his Easter vacation in this
city with his sister Mrs. H. W. Gil
lette.
Miss Marion Phillips returned
Friday from Aberdeen where she
visited her sister Florence at the
Young Womans Christian Associa
tion.
Miss Stella Dunsden has returned
from California where she has
spent several weeks. She will re
sume her duties at the Franklin
school next Monday.
Mr- and Mrs. S. E. Taliton enter
tained a number of their friends z.%
a dancing party Thursday evening.
Cards were also enjoyed during the
evening. Lunch was served.
Petitions are being circulated for
the nomination of George L. Hemp
stead for member at large of the city
board of education, and for Dr. T.
L. DePuy member from the fli'st
ward. Dr. DePuy was appointed by
the board to fill the vacancy caused
by the resignation of JaTcob Salting
several months ago.
Little Miss Jennie Lidstrand cele
brated her seventh birthday yester
day by entertaining seven of her
little friends at her home, 221 Sec
ond avenue south. The little folks
amused themselves with games and
lunch was served by Mrs. Lidstrand.
The table was decorated with a
birthday cake and Easter bunnies.
The members of the' high school
girls basketball team and their
coach Miss Overgaard were guests of
Miss Nellie Hayes last evening. The
party attended the first performance
at the opera house and then went
to the Hayes residence, 5i4 6th
street. west for refreshments. The
guests were Misses Overgaard, Eu
nice Murphy, Selma Harper, Blanche
Ringuette, Gladys Stoddart, Gladys
'Bethke, Helen Biss, Joyce Barney
and Frances Draper.
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Gasoline for sale at filling sta
tion prices from no\y on you can
buy your gas from us c.vactly as
cheap as at a filling station. I». H.
Range Auto Co., 3rd, Ave. No. and
3rd St.
MONDAY.
Miss Fannie Newberry has return
ed from a week's visit at Carrington.
Miss Norma Lindalil returned last
night from a weeks trip to Minneap
olis.
Miss Margaret Connelly was an
over Sunday,visitor with her parents
at Eckelson..
Mrs. M. S. Peterson of Devils
Lake is in the city Visiting her sister
Mrs. Alice York.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mraz of St.
Paul were Easter guests of the John
G. Bensch family.
Mp. R. J. podfrey of Osage,' Iowa
was an over Sunday guest at the D.
A-^ucKnam hon^e.
Mrs. E. Snedcor ^f Brooklyn, N.
Y., is in the city visiting her daugh
ter Mrs.rT. L. «DePuy and faiqily.
Mr. and Mrs, Q. J. Nygaard of
Woodworth were weeft end guests ,at
the Wm. Farley hoipe. Miss Sybil
FaTley who {,9$cfyc8 at Sydney was
also an over Surdity puest. i
fhe Misses JVfyrtle Ifm*t and Lor
etta Wilke gave' a party in honor
of the Megsrs, H?rp{d Acjcerfaan and
Lionel MarqufpBp wjio spent "the^Easr
ter holidays in WjmL|le4°n.
Mt. and MrP- 'Tbotpas Mulrepdy
and son. Merrill of Ifuron, 13. D. and
M. J. Mulrepdy David Spmueis
(Sf'Wajidaji wpre Epster g^esty ^t the
Mrs. C. E. »|u|rea4y hoflje,
Mrs. G. H. ^Jiepard received word
thia inning of tfce dtifth. pf -her
Law had been ill for some time and
was at the homo of her daughter
Mrs. Johif Cooke. Mrs. Sliepard will
leave tonight for Fort Wayne. The
deceased spent last summer in
Jamestown.
Mrs. George F. Blewett returned
to the city Saturday evening from
Washington, D. C. where she spent
the past four months with her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Burns.
Miss Ethel McGruer of Tower City
is substituting in the junior high
school this week for Miss Murphy.
While in the city Miss McGruer is
the guest of her sister Mrs. R. H.
Smith of the Knauf block.
Miss Hazel Farley was hostess at
a delightful Easter party Saturday
evening,at her, home 623 4th avenue
south, her guests being twenty-two
high school friends. A merry even
ing was Bpent until 11:30 when
lunch was served cafeteria style.
Niel Severn of the Jamestown Mo
tor Co., drove a handsome new 4
passenger "Special Six" Studebaker
auto i'ram Fargo last week, purchas
ed by J. E. Campbell. Beauty o£ de
sign, high power compactness, and
extra carrying compartment in rear
are features of this auto-
W. C. Wescom is now manager of
the Salzer Lumber Company at Ed
munds, succeeding Leroy Fish, who
was transferred to Dickey. Mr. Wes
com and family have resided in
Jamestown for four years, Mr. Wes
com being connected with the North
ern Real Property Co. The family
will move to Edmunds the first of
April.
The Grand Forks Y. W. C. A. will
hold a Mother-Daughter banquet
Thursday of this week and it is ex
pected nearly 200 mothers and
daughters will be in attendance. The
banquet is to be the climax of tlie Y
membership drive. Women not hav
ing daughters are urged to borrow
one, following the custom of the
men in the father-son banquets.
Jack Hancock formerly connected
with the Grand Forks Herald will
leave this week for Savannah, Go.,
•where' he will take charge of the
preliminary arrangements for the
auto p.olo contest to be staged in
that city on Southern Memorial Day
April 26th. He will spend the next
seven months touring the United
States and Canada as publicity pro
moter for the aiito poloists.
TUESDAY.
J. D. McGoff oil Buchanan, X. D.
left Monday night for Clear "Water,
Nebraska where he will make his
future home.
George Kloitly has purchased the
E. B. Murphy residence 115 East
Pacific street, and will take possess
ion on April 1.
Charles Blakeslee and A1 Larson,
of Fargo were in the city yesterday
to attend the funeral of the late C.
P. Ingmundson.
Mrs. Andrew Fleutsch and daugh
ter of Spiritwood have
from Tampa, Idaho, where they spent
the past winter.
Little Miss Pearl Gulbranson cele
brated her 6th birthday anniversary
at her home on Easter Sunday. She
was hostess to fifteen of her little
playmates. The time was spent in
playing games and a sumptuous
birthday lunch was.served.
Rev. Hugh Burleson, formerly
Episcopal bishop of South Dakota,
has recently received a.n appoint
ment as acting bishop of New York.
Rev. Burleson is a brother of Ilev.
Edward Burleson formerly rector of
Grace Episcopal church at James
town and now of Idaho-
Plans are under way for a big
April Fool's party for. the Masons
and their families to be held at the
Masonic temple, Friday night, April
1st. The members of the order are
to be given their choice of coming in
costumes and masks or in ordinary
dress. It is expected, however, that
the larger number will choose to
come dressed in the spirit of the day.
G. M. Springer is chairman of the
entertainment committee
A most pleasant surprise and fare-
The Easter Ball, given by the Wo
men's Auxiliary to the American Le,
gion at armory hair Monday evening
was one of the prettiest dances of
the season: The armory was quite
changed in appearance when a false
The Railroad Cooperative store
has purchased a second G. M. C. de
livery truck from the P. H:.. Range
Auto Company, the new machine
having been delivered Monday. The
Zimmerman Company has also or
dered another G. M. C. truck but
delivery lias aot
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A E S O W N W E E K Y A E
WEDNESDAY
Phillip Range is confined to his
bed with threatened attack of
pneumonia.
Miss Ethel Atwood left today for
a visit with friends at Valley City
and Fargo.
Mrs. O. A. Smith has returned
from Madelia and Mankato, Minn.,
where she has spent the past four
months.
Mrs. Marie Carnagan who has
been ill for the past three weeks at
the homo of Mrs. Wm. Hall was tak
en to Trinity hospital this morning
for further treatment.
Mandan Pioneer: W. P. Thurston,
former publisher of the Center Re
publican, and who has been farming
in that section since retiring from
the printing business, is closing out
his business interests and will move
to Melstone, Mont., where he will
again engage in the newspaper bus
iness with J. C. Schleppegrell, form
er owner of the Hazen Star.
Mr. White announces t.hci third
talk on the Holy Spirit for the Pray
er Meeting tonight in the Methodist
Church at 7:30 o'clock. The spec
ial topic tonight is, "The Holy Spirit
in Regeneration." Fine spirit and
good attendance characterises the
mid-week service. Th« public is
cordially invited. Opportunity will
be given to tell how their conver
sion took place.
P. H. Range states: There are now
eight G. M. C. trucks in constant
active service in Jamestown and the
county, for which territory the P. H.
Range auto Co., holds the G. M. C.
agency, and during the two years
they have been in daily use there has
not been $25.00 worth of repair ex
pense on any one machine. Among
the G. M. C. enthusiasts are the
Jamestown Ice Co., J. J. Greenstein
draying, Railroad Co-operative, store,
Zimmerman, all of Jamestown, and
Chris Schaeffer of Edmunds."
One hundred and twenty conver
sions and 240 re-affirmations of
faith were the results of the three
weeks union Methodist revival ser
vice conducted at the First Meth
odist church of Fargo by L. J. Mill
er, evanglist. The revival closed
Suday evening. Severity members
were taken into the Broadway
church and 65 ijito the First Meth
odist. "The Unpardonable Sin"
was the topic for the closing ser
mon. Dr. Miller left for Fort Worth,
Texas, where he will conduct a sim
ilar revival. Rev. Miller conducted
services in the Jamestown M. E.
church about a year ago.
RESTAURANT MAN CASHES
CHECK TAKEN 1KOM PAPER
Seattle, Wash., March 24.—Police
of this city are searching for a man,
who, according to complaint at po
lice headquarters, presented a new
paper's pictured reproduction of a
state soldier bonus warrant for $405
at a Chinese restaurant and received
returned the cash for it.
W. H. Klett, war veteran, re
ceived the first bonus warrant is
sued here last week and the check
was reproduced in a Seattle news
paper. The clipping pasted on a
sheet of plain paper was cashed by
the restaurateur who learned he had
been defrauded when he included
the clipping with a bank deposit to
day, police said.
Mr. Klett was a former Medina
resident, and brother of Mrs. Chas.
Kellar.
REED-HAINES
WEDDING MONDAY
QUIET CEREMONY
With the simplest of appointments
the wedding of Miss Agnes Haines,
only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
A. Haines and Harold Reed only son
of Mr. and Mrs. J- A. Reed, both
families for many years residents of
Jamestown, took place Monday a. m.
at
well party was given at the H. Paul-j Mrs. J. Lloyd of Minneapolis.
son residence on 8th ave. south Sat
urday evening, the affair being for
Mr. and Mrs. Paulson, who leave
the first of the month for Alix, Alta.,
to make their home. They will re
side o nthe Lone Spruce ranch. Mrs.
Paulson received an aluminum tea
perculator from the guests. Cards
were played at several tables and
lunch was served at' midnight.
ceilinE of festooned-streamers, pur-,
pie and white, completely covered cated at that city for sometime being
the ball room and a large crowd of
dancers, legionaires ,their ladies and
their guests greatly enjoyed the par
ty. Music was by Loram's Elite or
chestra, who featured the singing
thru a megaphone the orchestra's
baritone Urban Muenz, as he saunt
ered among the dancers. Frappe
was served by a group of girls.
yet been made.
G. Mi C. salesmen point to the fact
that these two companies have or
dered second trucks after haying
tested, out the (first trucks thru a
period of several montlis as showing
that they will stand up under tha
hardest usage and' give satisfaction
under the most trying conditions. It
also shows that business conditions
are improving in Jamestown, malting
tfie purchase of additional trucks
nepefeary.
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ial rates—JameB -RJver Valley Mu
tual 'Fire an4 Lightning Insurance
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10:30 o'clock at St. James Cath-
olic priesthouse. Father Geraghty
read the service in the presence of
the two families, the only out of
town guest being Mr. Reed's sister
The bride wore her traveling suit
of midnight blue trill with hat and
accessories to match. Her flowers
were a corsage of red roses. Miss
Helen Reed sister of the bridegroom
attended the bride and wore black
charmeuse and carried pink roses.
Walter H. Hall was best, man.
A wedding dinner was served at
the Haines residence. 317 7th ave.
south,, covers being laid for the two
families. The color scheme for the
table decorations was pink and white.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed left on train
No'. 2 for White Bear, Minn., where
they will reside, going to housekeep
ing at once. Mr. Itecd has been lo-
in the garage business' with his fath
er' J. A. Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed are both James
town young people and well known
here, having attended the James
town public schools. Mrs. Reed
graduated from the Fargo Business
college in 1913 and since that time
has been connected with the office
of'Dr.s Movius and Wood. For sev
eral years, Mr. Iteed was in the meat
business y/ith his father leaving the
work several months ago. "Sox" is
a world war Veteran.
5 HARTOSH—WILLIAMS
Jamestown College students and
others will Be interested in the re
cent marriage of Otto Bartosh and
Aliss Gladys. Williams of Glenfield
N. Dak. Bartosh is a former stu
.dent at the college and served in the
world war being -a member of the
Million Dollar Band. He recently
returned from Palm Beach, Fla., and
met his bride at Minneapolis where
they were married on March 16jSi.
Mr. Bartosh is one of the popular
young farmers of Kensal vicinity
and has bean identified with the
tiancl sipce Us organization and has
been with it this winter while/in the
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In the Latest
Spring riodels
at Lower Prices
Any man can wear Kuppenheimer
good clothes confident that his
selection reflects good taste and
right style.
—rwith the understanding that
service is not merely a promise,
but a fact.
—safe in the knowledge that the
purchase is a real investment in
good appearance, and in econorriy
as well.
Prices are lower. The result of the
combined effort on the part of the
House of Kuppenheimer and our
selves, which means that prices
here are down to where they
should be, and that value-giving is
a feature here this Spring.
$30 $35 $40 $45
south. The bride lias taught in Mc
Kinley and Glenfield schools for the
last three years. Mr. and Mrs. Bar
tosh will reside on the Anton Bar
tosh farm in Lyon township, Stuts
man County.
BKUDAHL—JE.VSEX
The wedding of Edwin J. Bredalil
of Kensal and Miss May Jensen of
Los Angeles took place in the lat
ter city on March 22nd. Mr. Bre
dalil is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cur
tis Bredahl, old time residents of
Kensal and viciinity and is owner of
a garage in that town. He is also an
officer of the John Florhaug Post of
the American Legion. Mr. and Mrs.
Bredahl will be at home at Kensal
after April 15th.
KOTCH I.\X—CHBISTKHSO.V
On March 24th at Wimbledon at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kot
chian occurred the wedding of their
daughter Sarah Mae, and Dr. A. E.
Christerson. Rev A. M. Hewson per
formed the Ceremony at 6:30 a. m.
in the presence of the immediate
family. Dr. and Mrs. Christerson
left for a- wedding trip, after which
they will be at home at 'Wimbledon.
MCALLISTER—CLANCY
The wedding of Miss Elizabeth
Clancy and Chas. McAllister took
place at the Sacred Heart church at
Sanborn on Easter Monday, Father
Kleidon celebrating the nuptial mass.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Clancy, old time resi
dents of Sanborn vicinity. Mr. Mc
Allister is a resident of Cascade,
la., where he and his bride will make
their home.
DEATH OF MRS. PULLMAN
Pasadena, Cal., March 30.—Mrs.
Hattie Sanger PuHman, widow of
George M. Pullman, inventor of the
Pullman car, died, at a local hotel,
where she had been passing the win
ter, after a short lilness. She was
79 years old.
With Mrs. Pullman when death
came were her son-in-law and daugh-.
ter, Former Gov. and Mrs. Frank O.
Lowden, of Illinois, and their chil
dren. Mr. Lowden said the body
would be1 shipped to Illinois for
burial.
COPIES OF XEW LAWS WILL
BE AVAILABLE APRIL 30.
Bismarck, N. D, Mar. 29.—Print
ed copies of the session^ laws of the
1921 legislature will be available a
bout April 20,' it was said today
at the. office of the Secretary of
Styte, -,
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PERFORATED AUTO TAGS! ",
St. Paul, Minn.jWvMaych 29.
GOOD CLOTHES
JAMESTOWN &CARRIN6T0N, N. D.
bill before the Minnesota legislature
would require automobiles to have
perforated license tags, so traffic of
ficers could get their numbers more
readily at night.
FUNERAL SERVICES
FOR C. P. INGMUNDSON
Under the auspices of the Knights
Templar the last rites for the late C.
P. Ingmundson were held Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Masonic
temple, a large number of knights in
uniform and many friends being in
attendance to pay their last sincere
tribute to the departed. The Elks
attended in a body. Messrs. Alfred
Steel and G. M. Springer presided at
the ceremonies and a solo was ren
dered by Mrs. Ben Orlady, with Mrs.
Don Nierling at the piano. The as
sembly sang "Jesus Lover of My
Soul."
The platform was banked with
flowers in set pieces, bouquets and
baskets, and among the larger pieces
were those of the B. P. O. Elks, U.
C. T., Knights Templar and M. W.
A.
The pall bearers were Knights J.
S. Carr, Wm. Hall, A. .Olson,
McKinley Coclcrill, Chas. Boajdman
and Chas. Weber. Burial was at
Highland Home cemetery.
Those from out of town for the
last rites were a brother and sister
of the deceased Roy Ingmundson and
Mrs. F. T. Aslakson, Minneapolis
and an old time friend, J. 'P. Des
mond, and wife of Devils Lake.
Many telegrams of sympathy have
been received by the family from
friends in this state also from Mon
tana and Minnesota.
NOTICIC Ol'' CITY ULUCTIOX
Notice is hereby given, by direction
of the city council, that (he annual
city election of the city of Jamestown,
Xorth Dakota, will be held on the 4th
day of April, 1921, for the election of
one Park Commissioner, and one Al
derman from each of the four wardu:
The following' polling places have
been duly designated:
First district of the First Ward at
the Armory,
Second district of the X^trst 'Ward at
the basement of the Court House.
First district of the Hecond Ward ui.
the city council room, City Hall.
Second district of the Second Ward
at the basement of the Franklin School.
Third Ward at the Third Ward
School House.
First district of the fourth War^.at
the Wolfer Garage.
Second district of the Fourth Ward
at the Range Garage.
The polls will, be open from eight
o'clock, A. M. to five o'clock. P. 11.
The following nominations have
been duly certified:
For'Park Commissioner ........
F. "Henderson
For Alderman First Ward
I. W. Siltman and Jj. C./,L'Slooro
For Alderman Second Ward
Jas. C. Murphy and iMiilip .slaaoii
For Alderman Third, Ward
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1920. The Jica:: (J
S W. B. Still
For Alderman Fourth Ward .....
W a s
K. Eater,
Auditor
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F. L. HUFFMAN, ONE OF
OLDEST EMPLOYEES OF
P0ST0FFICE, PASSES
Friend L. Huffman, one of James
town's well known citizens and for
the past fifteen years employed at
the Jamestown post office, passed
away about 8:0 Saturday a. m. fol
lowing an illness of about three
weeks. Mr. Huffman had an attack
of rheumatism lasting about two
weeks some two weeks prior but had
recovered and was hack at work
when taken with a second attack.
Mr. Huffman was fifty-four years
of age, having been born in Ring
gold county, Iowa, March 2, 1867.
He came to Jamestown fifteen years
ago and was employed as a mail
carrier until about six months ago
when he was transferred to the
money order department.
He was married to Miss Maggie
Gleason on Thanksgiving Day, 1890,
his first wife dying about twelve
years ago. Mrs. Anna Hauser and
Mr. Iluffmen were married October
2 3rd, 1911.
lu addition to his widow, the de
ceased leaves nine children Mrs.
Ernefet Blackmore and Mrs. John
Greltenburg of Jamestown, Capt. V.
J. Huffman of the Salvation Army at
Bismarck, Mrs. J. J. Nygaard, Mrs
J. G. Gaustad. Ethel, Florence, Fred
and Ernest Hauser all of Jamestown,
and four grandchildren. His mother,
Mrs. S. E. Huffman, who is 76 years
of age, also survives, as does one
brother, Herbert T. Huffman of
Clearfield, Iowa.
Mr. Huffman was a member of the
Workmen, Odd Fellows and Wood
men lodges.
TO
N.D.UNDOWNP
I wish to communicate with
every person who hps made
commutation proof on any land^|||
within 40 miles of the Northern^.A
Pacilic Railway in North Da-.£l
kota.
This
Yqu
Means Money to
M. C. FREERKS
ATTORNEY
League Hotel Building
Jameitown.- vNprlfe
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