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Jamestown weekly alert. [volume] (Jamestown, Stutsman County, D.T. [N.D.]) 1882-1925, June 01, 1922, Image 5

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THTOTOAT.
Hoop's tor iuMjlcinr.
Mrs.Goorge Thorp left last night
tor
ftergo to «pdnd a tew days.
Ah bight and one-half pound -baby
boy was horn to Rev. and Mrs. W. A.
Kfiier this morning.
t?te p&y c^ah for biitter and eggs,
Railroad Co-operative Store, James
town, North Dakota.
'Mrs. Fred McCartney of Oa.kes was
an arrival In the city last night and
will spend two days with relatives.
Mr.. &nd Mrs. Pierce Blewett-are
it HunterV Hot Springs, Mont.,
wJterje they will spend ta few weeks, i
I. ilnV bushes are. now in full bloom
and add much to the attractiveness
of the shrubbery in numerous yards
of the city.
Mrs. L. A. Hoye of Duluth is in
the city for a few days visiting at th&
home of her sister, Mrs. T. C. Jones
and Mrs. S. Burke.
A daughter was Dorn to Mr. and
Mrs. D. C. Scothorn of Bismarck,
Saturday, May 20. The mother is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. At
wood of Jamestown.
Miss Angelina Schiess, sister of
Mrs. M. O. Ruud, was an arrival last
night from McKenzie, where she has
taught the past year. School has
closed at MCKenbie.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Riedell and son
George are leaving by auto for Farm
ington and Rochester, Minn., and lat
er will go to Spokane, Wash. They
expect to locate in the Bitter Root
Valley County
Mrs. Wito. Tompkins entertained
last evening at her home on south
4th .avenue for Miss Myrtle Bisa,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Biss,
whose marriage to Eugene Seiler of
this city will ta'ke place next month.
There were eighteen guests present
and the bride-to-be received an elec
tric grill and iron. Luhch was served
by the hostess.
The St. Paul Dispatch of Sunday
contains a cut of Miss Grace Matchie,
student at St. Catherine's academy
of that city, and daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Matchie of this city. Miss
Matchie is one of the three, young
women who have prominent parts in
the production of Booth Tarkington's
Monsieur Beaucaire, a comedy itt
three, acts. Miss Matchie. has the
role of Monsieur Beaucaire. The play
will be preseifted Friday evening in
the Jeanne D'Arc auditorium of the
school.
The Jamestown College Glee. Club
concert given in connection with the
opera house show Tuesday evening
was one of the best performances
shown there for sometime. Due to
other attractions the attendance was
small, but the audience were very
appreciative and heartily applauded
all numbers. There were songs by
the glee club led by Professor Ringr
gen berg, with Miss Reefa Tprdoff at
the piano two Scotch songs. by
Maurice Bauer, who with his Jaunty
air and smile
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his hearers from
the start. Two clever recitations
were given by William Westfy, One
a'take off of a SWede at a ball game
being especially .appropriate apd' ett
lertajniriW'^M*. lals? fp
peared in Solo with the cliib joining'
in the chorus, the number being "On
the Road to Mandalay'. The boys
made a decided hit With their songs
so tiill of pep, that the audience was
almost tempted to join with them.
Two performances- were given.
Mrs. Douglas McKay of Park City,
Utah ,is visiting htfr sis^ara.jMrs.
W. Aylmer and Miss Olive Mills.
Christ and Ed KrOll of Gackle, N.
D., were in this city on business to
day. They made the trip yauto.
The sales rno'a of Neal R'nguett-e
heating and pSmiling, shop on west
M'iin street has hr.en redecjr-te«\
At the Rotary IVfncheon Thursday
Alfred Steel was elected delegate
from the Jamestown IWtary Clvb to
attend the national Rotary confer
ence at. Los Ahgeles, June 5. Mr.
and Mrs. Steel will attend.. i'-.r—t
Bismarck Weather bulletin
emmam*
tot
the
first.time in several days showea *nb
rain fall at any North Dakota point,
tip to yesterday morning, for the pre
vious 24 hourp. Warmer -weather
prevails thrueut tM BW{6, fofj
the growth crops.
Mrs. Johti Putt MMr^ain
i' of St. j^mes V'vCtolnoUC 'ehu
Thursday eV6hin&v twenty oightrAt
tending: Part of «he\4liv«*sion wa&
the! game of "'bunco" played at live
tables',! the prises being won by MrB.
dhi
George Hain«r ^Ibo Fanny Cad
e u i
Fred McRae Jias^ returned from
6 weeks trip to lfitaneistft* whdre
he has a numjber o^wdll MlUng'^ftn^
tracts. fie reports t»e. qfrly fishlhg
in*a number of the «nn»Me* taker very:
good. Last fall at the Chicken lun
resort, near Audubpfi -peirtlteis c^ufcttt
black bass ranging^ irQm -3J4 ^to ^Bj
lbs. Thfe best ishihg'ts' in tHe «man
er lakes. v':
Encouraging news has been recelv
ed from Lieut. Alfi^d SBalPtrittn, who
is well known here. "Bart" is sttll
in the Walter Reed hospitaLat Wash
ington, where he has ^heen most of
the time since 1917
not be released from the Ihospital.for^
another year, he hfifc **ltteii Twrs..
Fred Wanner that he may be ^al
lowed% to spend the. summer at her
home ,and if possible will arrive here
within a month.
MINOT NEWS—igrizabeth Solien,
little daughter..Qf M*. and MfS. Mar
vin S^ieh. w»«hoeteBS yesterday, af-
taer seventh birthday. Spring flow
ers were 'Used in» decorjitWii '4 the
rooms anid^llygf mesWssedtheaf
ternoon hbure c^se of which
a birthday loh^L^fent^iring a pretty
birthclay cake was sei'ved.
The cantat4 Biesui®ection and As
cension, by Odiingd,
John Lutheran fchfrefc Iwt. gvenlpg,
bj the choir df, tffe Eldrlm[e and
Jamestown parishes. The chpir of
thirty-#!* voices was directed fcy the
tfstof. Rey. W^l^r Keller, _jkfld
gmhers frosii J«n»estow)ir llidrJW^
•jiiiibitt^', the .pla^q .ior the o&cwion
was jgeherbi\siy aohsted hy the Music
Store on l^est Main Stiyet.
Those in charge pit the poppy sale
Te|ort splendid returns. ,.Numerous
poppies were kioid Wednesday when
the Minneapolis trade special visited
the city and one generous hearted
viMtorHPaid ,|'j5. for
"hiB
wood by Mrs. George Dun
Wr8. W. C. Wescoi^ sold 56 at Ed
munds.. Other towns have not report
ed. Poppies will also bb sold to
morrow at the hall game between
Valley City and Jamestown. A-num
ber of merchants will have special
TOeinOria! windows, with the poppies
featured^ The poppies are sold for
ten cents or. more, two cents of the
t&j going to
thB
Miss Rae Leverich left last night
for her home at Albert Lea, Minne
sota, called by the serious illness of
her father.
George Bitz Of Medina and Mtes
Rika Lang of this city were granted
a marriage license by the county
judge today.
Dr. G. Golseth, who has been at
tending meeting Of the American
Mediical Association at St. Louis, will
return home tonight.
Ninety-four dollars was netted to
the Bismarck Women's Auxiliary to
the American Legion in the, sale of
poppies on Thursday.
George Heinze, editor of the Tower
City Topics, was in the city today,
and to satisfy bis baseball cravings
attended the local league game.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wctch of Min
neapolis were guests cf Mr. Wetch's
sister, Mrs. R. M. Stangler, Friday.
They are enroute to Mihot by auto.
Mrs. A. J. Wen? and baby arrived
last evening from South Dakota to
spend the summer here with Mr.
Wenz, who is a member of the Jim
kotans.
Mrs. Bertha Williams of the
Northwestern Bell Telephone ex
change at Jamestown left today for a
two weeks vacation at Minneapolis
and Duluth.
Friends of Mrs. Jennie Chenery are'
somewhat concerned over the rather
serious cbndition of her health,
which has manifested itself .since the
recent deiith other husband.
MisB Leona Aggbla,,whp has^ been^
attending Chicago.. Evangelicial In
stitute in preparation for the Chine
mission field, arrived home thiia
morning. She expects to sail 'for
China in .September
Mrs H. A. Wasser entertained the
Fortnightly Club at her home 719,
south v®Wth avettUOi Wednesiday ev
eiiing. There were -four tables of
five hundred, ttto hoihors gding to
Mrs. P. SWinei* and Mrs. Charles
Petty. Luhch wis served.
Mrs. Harry liieber was Un arrival
in the city this morning from Wahpe
ton and will be the guest.of Mr,, an.d
Mrs. Gus liieber oyer Sunday. {She is
enroute to M&ndatt 'to attend the,
statfe meeting of the -P. E. 0. Sister-:
^odid, going as delegate from the
Wahpetdn society, of which she is
e s i e n
Mrs. Catherine Brooks has been
the guest of Mrs. R. E. Drury for
several days the past week. She was
enroute from Albia, Iowa, to her
home ifh Miles Olty.. Whiljs in St.
5aifl She 'speht two dayjB With 'her
4)rotlSeVR. E. \Druty,. who W receiv
ing medical tr&tmelft at the N. P.
hospital at that Place.
ivboSt Sixteen *Wembere of the
jamest^WttiCouirt^'Ciub'eipeCt to
compete' with,. Valley City %t the
Dotrort. Mitjn., links (tomorrow, sey
er41 igJ&iOg by a,tft6,„ahdjpth"ers
2«=
flower. One
hundred poppies Were sold at Spirit'
while"
disabled soldiers in
Mihnesd^ hospitals, who made the
flowers two-cents to the state auxil
iary, two cents for hospitalization
work of which Mrs. A- L. Knauf of
this city is chairman, and the remain
der to the local auxiliary. There
will be no tag day.
SXTURDAt.
Mrs. L. D. Lynch and son Gerald
have gone tc LaMoure to spend the
week end v ith friferids,
Mrs. Alfonso Steinbach, who un-,
derwent an operation today at Trin
ity hospital is rejported as doing
nicely.
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»y.
train.- President and Mrs. Harry
-int of the local golfers were accoin
panted by Mr^ivnd Mrs. Fred Conklin
/piamarck, i)y auto to Detroit to-
''Floyd Rathfnan, son of i Mr. and
MrK^FfMt, RatKaian of this
w
fclty,
.coach of the CoOperstown high school
had'OhaMerj^f the .track team.- wKfch
mSae a5gooa 'shdwlnk at ".the recent
state meet at' Grand FOrks.-. This is
the first year
that
Cooperstown has
been entered* in tho tracks n\eetr and
'frfro Of 'the boys won third place 4h
twd imj)0rtant,evcjit8,
V
Rajr Fay was sentenced to ten days
the, county jall and t« Jat a fine of
tea dollars ind.cutB by Police Mag
fittaie Wieficke this movhtng after
Fay had. .pied., guilty) to the charge
filed a^ittBt him. The-a^yerlty of the
teutencer tt explaiQ«.d bjr the tact that
Fay has bee^i before the police mag
iiwe^on Bwtflir ttfifts
(since the grst
ol
April./
.,.
^Rev. 'ft ^j. fltruta ind famiijr will
motor to Bismarck Monday to attend
"the nurses graduation exercises of
the ..class of 1922 of thevBismarck
Shr|lli'ge)li(!al ihhlipltil Moaday hlght
Ww^rAlice Luclck and Miss Mabel iter
graduates,. Bishop Heinmiller, p.
qf Cleveland, Ohio will be the prin
cipal speaker of the occasion. Mr.
Strutz who is the Secretary of the
Trustee board of :*he Bismarck hos
pital will .alift, attend the ani\ual
too«tlug oh Wediiesaiy, Mtfy
:31st. .v"v- '.
Mr aifd Mrs. V, J. Wi%art left by
autb -tod»y «r Peut ^here they,
will Bpend several days and on, their
r§turh will be accOtmpjM»led hone by
tteiri
11 DO IU!VVIUV«t^U fAUfiip MJ
'ha8r
P$nt At. ^ft- ^iliherlnee?
follQWiog the ^erclse".
Mrs. liulu! CHttiiifle-Wisnease, wife
of Jttev* J. C. Wifnaee of Kathryn
and former Jdmettown pastor, will
assist with a concert to be given at
Minot, June 2. The Minot News has'
the following: The Schumann club
cdnslders,'Itself fvery fortunate in se
curing Lulu Glimiiie-Wisnaes to assist
in the concert on June 2. Mrs Glim-'
me-Wi8na6s: is a pianist endowed with,
an abundance of- taient and is par
ticularly qualified for her work by
her temp£ramekt, disposition and
thoro training. From early child-
hood Mrs. Glimme-Wisnaes showed
such marked ability for music that'
her development and study was care
fully supervised. Her studies and
success have justified the many
glowing predictions for her.
MONDAY.
Miss Florence Baenen has return
ed from a tWo week vacation trip
to Minneapolis.
H. .Hamilton, local manager of
the N. W. Bell Telephone Co., left
today for Grand Forks.
Mrs. George Johns left today for.
Bismarck where she will spend Dec
oration day with Mrs. Charles Wills.
Mrs. A. R. Clausen, who has been
visiting with her sister at Rochester
Minnesota, for several weeks has re
turned home.
Mrs. Jos. Clemens has gone to
Rochester, Minnesota, to join Mr.
Cletaiens, Who is receiving treatment
at the Mayo hospital.
Fred Beyer of Montpelier brought
his son Lawrence to Trinity hospital
this morning where he underwent an
operation for appendicitis.
Rev. C. L. Wallace has left for
Park River, N. D., to deliver the
Memorial day address at the cere
monies held at Park River.
The Royal Neighbors surprised
Mrs. Frank Hewes at her home 6th
avenue south, Saturday evening. The
evening was spent in playing games
and refreshments were served.
Miss Ruth Whipps of Wahpeton
was an over Sunday guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Newberry, leaving
this morning for Mandan to attend
the annual meeting of the P. E. O.
Sisterhood. ,jw
Joe Burkhart is laid up at Trinity Tfh
hospital with his right leg broken
above the ankle, as result of an auto
accident last evening1, his car over^
turning on the asylum road. The
injury occurred while attempting to
lift the overturned machine batck
on to the road.
Miss Rae Leverich of this city, who
left Friday last for Albert Lea, Min
nesota, called by the serious condi
tion of her-father, found that death
had occurred on her arrival Satur
day night. No information as to the
circumstances of the sudden death
of Mr. Leverich has been received.
P. E. Knudson, \jjho has been man
ager of the Eckelson Farmers Eleva
tor for several years, has purphased
the Oriska Farmers Elevator at Oris
ka, and will take possession of the
property in about a month. Mrs.
Khudsoti was formerly Miss Lillie
Clamp of this city, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. J: Clamp.
"Ahd Hofne' C^m -Ted", was the
cl#6s pl&y given this year by the sen
ior class of the Williston luigh school,
in. Which considerable talent was evi
denced, as was also the excellent
jtniirting by the director Miss Vera
Mae Wadeson. Miss Wadeson is the
daughter of Mrs. J. M. Wadeson of
this city'and has taught in Willis
ton the padt year.
Quite a numuer or the candidates
for graduation in June from the Val
ley City State Teachers College have
•been elected. tP. positions for next
year,«among them C. E. Pickles, Who
will be superintendent of the Med
ina, schools, and Miss Sybil Farley of
this city has been elected to the Car
rington schools. Miss Blanche Hous
er of Napolepn, sister of Dutch Hous
er, university coach, will also teach
in the Medina schools, as well aa
Miss Hel?n Wysocki.
Mesdanles Roy Aylmer, H. T. Grav
es, fe.- G. 'DePuy and Ben Qrlady left
thiB
morning on No. 1 for Mandan to
iitiend the annual meeting of therP.
Bi O. Sisterhood, which will hold a
thijbe day session in that city. Mrs.
Orlady will participate in the pro
gram. The guests will be entertain
ed-et a b&nquejt tonight and Tuesday
evening, at a musicale. Luncheons
will be served each noon of the three
days. VThe'P.' E. O. is a fraternal and
social Sorority having as it main pur-
ose the Assistance of worthy girls to
higher ectu'c&titin. There are eleven
chapters, A «t Valley City B. Dick
inson C, Beach D, Grand Forks »E,
Fargo F. Biunarck, G, Minot H.
Mandan .'t, tSllendale J, Wahpeton
and K, 'Jamestown.
^Reii ahd White Hearts and hpey
suckje were effectively used for dec
orations at the pretty pre-nupMal
h'ottor glireh Saturday afternoon for
Miss Marie Oyergaard, physical di
rector of the' Jamestown public
schools.: The hpnor was given at the
home of Miss Irene Gore in the Ma
iin apartments,'.tin the DeNault build
iqg and the hOStesses in addition to
MiiSs Gbre Were the Misses Alice-Pecr
son. Marion.J'aJrless, Laura Murphy
Alice •Creignton,. At|alaide Badger,,
Yeropica Ke^l^y, Eva Arnot Lulu
Par80hjB, Molly,, Basing, Esther Fow-
and
Christine Finlayson. All are
^Are Mbtg the1 tseaehers, special teachers and super
_. tilanvo 'n# flio I
ors 'of the Lincoln school. The
{fine #&£ dfieiit iit "sewing and games,
thir guests being- required to do ftpe
hand animal sewing on the tea tow
els ai4 in.
the contests «teU the bride
to-be what to take on la honeymoon
trip. The 1jft of the guests besides
the towels .Was a casserole, of the
Sheffield iliver pattern. The lunch,
with )|he most dainty appointments,
'Was served at the- table, which had
for its. e«hter. piece the l^Qlde's cake
and a keiifpie bride, attire^,' tii a reg
lifition weildlpg $rcVB, vgl.L and all
'Mfiuflca Mupbht ind c«k6 wrcfttuB of don©y3tic^i©•
A Klaus Wi'll leave tomorrow by au- There WM, «ls'o a mock wedding and
contest -,Thp affair was
WulW and: C.\^- Kia»e'^l
irjiln, Mm
ment exeralaes iit*J!t. Oafherlne e
June 1st. whelh, lliw Anna Murphy
mlivencftle6
aafa surprise hatpin order to
lSiss Overga^rd from going, ito:
lafib tdrt a weefc end with the
Qamp Wre girfs-1t w^ta necessary to
loitqi her of the hopor to be given
WBSm&DAt
Mrs. D. S. Bope of Mott, N. Dak.,
is the guest of Mrs. George Burgett,'
Jr.
1
.Until further notice the dental of-,
fices of JAmestown will close Satur*.
day afternoons.
Miss Agnes Sexton or Minneapolis
is in the city for a two weeks vaca
tion, the guest of her mother, Mrs..
Mary Sexton.
W. H. Browning has arrived from
Seattle, Wash., to take charge of the
accounting department of the North
ern Pacific in this city
Mrs. R. E. Rrury left Sunday night
for St. Paul to be with Mr. Drury
tffio was to undergo an operation at:
the N. P. hospital Monday.
John Relnke of Alfred, NoTth Da
kota and son William, were in the
city on business today from their
farm in southern Stutsman.
Mrs. N. B. Felton, of Lewiston,
Idaho, stopped oif here Sunday for
a brief visit at the B. F. Felton home
while enroute to Minneapolis.-
Miss Jennie McDonald Of Valley
City was among the out of town vis
itors in Jamegtown yesterday, and
was the guest of Miss Nelle Rose.
The Minnesota bass season, opens
June 15. The lake resorts in that
state promises to be well patronized
this season. Advertising them
counts.
MerrilK-McCurry, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. McCurry, who has been
dangerously ill for some time, is re
ported as resting better -today, but
is still quite sick.
Mr, Rex Bell has been spending a
couple of days in the city visiting
friends and giving inspiration to
the Y. M. C. A. of the college. He
left this noon for Valley City.
The famous Packard Orchestra has
been secured to play at the grand
opening of the Hyland dance pavil
ion at beautiful Arrowwood Lake,
Friday June 2. The public is invited.
Miss Olive Smith of Aberdeen, S.
D., is in the city the guest of rela
tives and friends. Miss Smith, for
mer Jamestown resident, is now
proprietress of the Tumble Inn at
Aberdeen.
A rumor current In the city that
m. Wyant, one of the N. P. detec
ves connected with the shooting
tragedy in this city, had been killed
in Montana is not authentic. Rela
tives and others in position to know
have no knowledge of such death.
Mrs. Fred M. Wanner and Mrs. C.
H. Phillips we repassengers on the
noon train to Carrington today to at
tend the state convention of the Con
gregational Women's Missionary so
cieties. Speakers will be present
from China, New York, Chicago and
other places. The convention will
last thru Thursday.
Frank Bruzek, who underwent an
operation at Trinity hospital on Mon
day and who has beeii critically ill
the past two days, is reported as im
proved today. A brother and sister
from New Richland, Minnesota, and
a sister from Page, North Dakota,
are in the city. ,Mr- Bruzek is phar
macist at the B. & O drug store.
Erivin Sparks charged with burg
alry in the 3rd degree in connection
with the recent robbery at Cleveland
was given a preliminary Hearing in
the district court. He plead guilty
to the charge. Further disposition
of the caBe was postponed for the
present, awaiting the outcome of
the serious condition of Haynes, his
partner in the crime.
W. E. Boise has received word that
Mrs. Boise who lpft last Thursday
for Medford, Oregon, to join her son
Eugene, on a ranch near that city,
had reached Portland, Oregon safely
and was the guest there, of Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Brown, former
Jamestown residents. Mrs. Boise,
whd is recuperatiAgrfrom a long ill
ness, made the trip alone and without
ill effects to her health.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. O'Brien gave
a farewell party last evening in hon
or of Miss Amelia Freeman, who ex
pects to leave soon for her home in
Dogden, North Dakota. The guests
were the members of the B. Y. P. U.
and Rev. and Mrs. Sharp and other
friends. Games were enjoyed during
the evening and lunch was served.
Rev. Sharp presented Miss Freeman
with a leather vanity case, a gift
from the guests present.
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Weppler shop in the basement of the
White building was demolished when
it was struck by a Franklin sedan
driven by Mrs. W. W. Wood, Monday
evening about six o'clock. A glass in
the car was broken and a fender bent
but none of the occupants of the car
were injured. Mrs. Wood was driv
ing south on Fifth Avenue and in
turning to go east on Second street
swung too wide and struck the pole.
Miss Alice Lueck, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John LuecK'ahd Miss Mabel
Pendray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. Pendray were members of the
class graduated Monday evening
from ti&.-Bismarck hospital at Bis
marck. The exercises Were attend
ed by Miss Amanda Lueck of this
city, the Misses Lueck returning to
Jamestown last night. Miss Alice
will return to the Bismarck hospital
tonight ahd both she and Miss Pen
dray will remain at the hospital for
sometime.
Charles*LIttlehales, who has been
spending several days in the city
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S.
Llttlehales, left thiB morning for
Mandan to spend a few days before
returning to the coast. He was ac
companied by his mother. Mr. Llt
tlehales Is assistant purser on the
Pacific ocean liner, President. Lin
coln,. formerly the Keystone, and re
turned May 23 from a trip to Japan,
China 'and the PhUllpplnes.. Mr.
Llttlehales'will sail on the same boat
June 10th. Reroute west he wil
stop at Helena
f}
A'cut of MIBS Lucille Strachen re
cently appeared in the St. Paul Dis
^ueen
._ rach
en is the daughter of
Hit:
jt&d ftirs.
W. H. 8£rachen, the former par eight
years superintendent -of thfc "N. P.
with headquarters here. The dis
patch had the folloiMng Lucille
strAcheh bf Duluth was crowned
"(Jikewjf
ijit
the Campus" in a cprohi
tion ceremony »t M«c*lest«r. college
frit*
taking jp*rt in
ceremony. Miss Strachen Was Wett
ed #y popular vote of the .tstudent
body, but the result of the election
,was keptK a secret and ehe was noti
fied of the honor only thirty mlnutew
before the coronation. The Queen's
processional, which conducted Miss
Strachen Iron) Wallace hall to the
campus throne where she was crown
ed, included girls dressed as flowers
and a number of dancers. On the
program were' Dutch, Irish, Scotch,
maypole, shepherdess and honeybee
dances and a playlet, "Pandora'fr
Box", with Miss Esther Nyberg of
St. Paul as Pandora.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Steel have left
for Los Angeles, .where the former
.will attend the 13th annual inter
national Rotary convention, as a del
egate from the Jamestown club. The
convention will be held from June
4 to 9. Mr. and Mrs. Steel will also
take in the .Shrlners meeting to be
held in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs.
Steel joined the Rotary special which
left St. Paul Monday noon and on
which were members from all over
the 15th district. This special will
join the Chicago special in Kansas
City. Enroute to Lqs' Angeles thq
Rotarians will visit for a day at Den
ver, Colorado Springs and the Grand
Canyon. As a feature of the program
on the closing day of the convention
the delegates ,will visit studios where
motion pictures arq made.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
MEMORIAL CEREMONY
OBSERVED TODAY
The Knights of Wi Ha Ha Com
mandery No. 4, Jamestown, Thursday
paid tribute to their departed mem
bers, keeping the usual custom of
visiting the graves of the dead, attd
"keeping green their memory." The
program opened with the assembly
of the Commandery in full uniform
at the Masonic Temple, proceeding
to the cemeteries to decorate the
graves. Dinner was to be served at
6:30 followed by conferring the Or
der of Knights Templar, this evening.
IN MEMORIAM
Buried In This Jurisdiction
Jerome J. Flint
Roderick Rose
Matt Wink
Julius J. Eddy
Geo. H. Woodbury
Bronte Burgster
H, B. Allen
F. A. Taylor
Eddie M. Seiler
Tr.
Bailey W. Fuller
J. W. Goodrich
Jas E. Spalding
Robt. E. Wallace
J. E. Halstead
G. C. Rand
O. St. C. Chenery
C. P. Ingmudson
In Other- Jurisdictions
Geo. A. Temple
Alfred Dickey
S. L. Glaspell
Chas. B. Little
Frank N. Chaffee
F. F. Montgomery
Harry Williams
John A. Dole
Wm. Walton
A. C. Maxwell
D. B. McLain
W. B. S. Trimble
D. C. Langford
Rerman P. Wolf.
O. W. Archibald
Geo. W. Ingraham
G. A. McLain
D. C. Langford
Alfred E. Dickey
T. A. Boyden
J. A. Masters
H. G. Hevenor
C. S. Larrison
J. T. Wantland
Jeffe Schelde
H. R. Tuthill
F. H. Beals
Wi Ha Ha Commandery
1922 Officers'
W- P- Cadieux—Commander:'
M. Sinclair—Generalissimo.
H. G. Procter—Captain Gene'r&l.
H. Sundahl—Senior Warden.
G. B. Glade—Junior Warden
Alfred Steel—Prelate.
J. J. Nlerllng—Treasurer.
H. E. White—Recorder.
R. R. Muntz—Standard Bearer.
J. J. Nygaard—Sword Bearer.
T. D. Steel—Warder.
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FRANCIS LAWLER
HIT BY AUTOMOBILE
SERIOUSLY INJURED
Francis Lawler, the seven year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lawler, of
723 Sixth avenue north, suffered a
fracture of the leg. just below the
ihip and severe cuts and bruises
when he was struck by a roadster at
the corner of Sixth avenue north and
Fifth street about eight o'clock Fri
day night. The car, which was driv
en by Arthur Rich, passed over both
legs of the little fellow, who was
crossing the street when struck.
Mrs. John Fergus of 420 Sixth av
enue north was called by the play
mates of the injured lad and he was
taken by Mrs. Fergus into her home.
A physician was notified and Mr.
Rich went after Mr. Lawler. After
an examination of the little fellow's
injuries, he was taken to the Trin
ity hospital. As soon as the frac
tured limb had been set, Francis in
sisted that Uis mother notify Miss
Marion Fairies, the little lad's teach
er, of the accident so that she would
know wby he was compelled to be
absent from school.
ICELESS REFRIGERATOR
DEMONSTRATION AT NOELS
Many Jamestown residents are in
vestigating the iceless refrigerator,
on display at Noel's Bakery, sind are
genuinely surpris?d at the simplicity
and practicalness of the invention.
The promoters L. M. McManu's of Cal
ifornia, and S. O. Harris of Tuttle,
Company Armory
SATURDAY NIGHT. JUNE 10
J0HNFREBERG
Swedish Champion, Weight 200
vs.
J*AULD0MKE
Crack Holland Wrestler
Weight 910
Bent tWo out of tiwee falls.
tireiitMt hutch ever staged at
(wlw tiiX BOt lnclMded) #1 .UP'
OeMWl AdmiislUtk.... -fl.00
IdUUes- free: .
Tteketo itoW ^ti Mile at Room 4,
Oriady Biock.
state that" several will be installed as
soon as the local agency is closed.
The demonstration now is majnly to
establish agencies in North Dakota.
Evaporation of water, ayp honed or
slowly soaked -into a cloth covering
front and back door or openings,
and evaporatioh
A quiet wedding was solmnizcd
Monday evening lin this city at the
Congregational parsonage the couple
united in matrimony being Miss Stel
la Marie Porter .daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Porter of Alexandria*
Minnesota, and Carl Edgar Smith oft
Buchanan, North Dakota. Rev. C?
Wi Phillies performed the ceremony.'
Mr. and Mrs. Smltfy left for their
farm home in western Stutsman
county, Tuesday. The bride is a well
known young woman of the Buch
anan neighborhood, hawing taught
school in that vicinity for the past
four years. The groom is the son
of one of the Stutsman county pion
eers, and has been engaged in farm
ing, having already acquired a good
start in stock raising and general
farming and is preparing to follow
Jthe plan of diversification more
closely than heretofore.
MARRIAGE LICENSES GRANTED
•A marriage license was granted
Wednesday to 'Ho/vard Carley of
Boileau of Vashti, The groom is the
Linton, N. Dakota and Florence
son of the county treasurer of Em
mons county. A donble wedding is
expected to occur at Vashti June
12, with the marriage of the above
couple and that of ErneBt Atwood
of Tuttle and Catherine Boileau of
Vashti, a sister to Florence.
A marriage license was granted to
Alfred Rewald and Hulda Leapoldt,
both of Woodworth.
O. J. SEILER RETAINED
IN HAINES CASE
Attorney O. Seiler has been cm
ployed by J. N. Haines, father of the
young man, who was shot following
the theft of goods at Cleveland.
Young Haines, who has been in the
county jail under the care- of coun-
«I III IIIIHI
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See what you can buy at
HARREN'S
this week for cash
Can Apricots regular price 50c, this week 80c
Can Apple Sauce, regular price 30c, this week —22c
Can Sauer Kraut, regular price 30c, this week. 22c
-Can Grapes, regular price 40c, this week 30c
Can Plums, regular price 40c, this week..... 30c
Can Peaches, regular price 35c, this week 37c
Can Pears, regular price 45c, this week....: 87c
Can Sweet potatoes, regular price 35c, tills week 27c
Can Pumpkin, regular price 25c, .this week 20c
Can Pineapple, regular price 35c, this week 27c
Can Hunt's Raking Powder, regular price 35c, this week —25c
Can New Orleans Molasses, regular price 40c, this week 33c
Empress Coffee, lb 45c
Splendid Bulk Coffee, whole berry or ground 29c
Fancy Primes, large '. _.~29c
Smoked Fish for lunch or picnic Pickled Olives, relish for lunch or
picnic.
Seeded or SeedleSs Raisins, this week........ «.,23c
Fresh Marshniallows JOc
Pancake Flour, large package .„... 30c
Syrup, per can
20c
Block Salt and Saltonic for your stock in pasture, Molasses for your
prize winners. Bring your coupons if you have any, they are
valuable.
HARREN GROCERY CO.
Opposite Post Ofllce
TELEPHONE 10. FREE DELIVERY
fr?m
the cement
Walls and roof'Or top, cools the in
terior of this take down refrigerator.
The'refrigerators are. made of cement
in two sizes, selling at $17.50 for
the smaller and $30 for the larger,
pdpularity from -California and Col
orado, to Texas and Alabama is
claimed. The invention .is well worth
examining. Imperviousness to ants
or crawling bugs is a feature plaimed.
Messrs. Harris and McManus ex
pect to be in' Jamestown thq rest of
the week.
MARRIED AT PARSONAGE
THIS BANK RECOGNIZES
Pkab frtvlE
1
ty physicians, lias been taken tq
Trinity hospital for further treat
ment and care, and his father fur
nished a bond for his appearanqe in
court later on. The father resides
at Center Point, Iowa, and expects
to. look after the-defense of his son
in the trial of the case. A number
of mitigating circumstances are said
to have been learned In connection
to the unfortunate affair.
HA1NEM STILL IN
SERIOUS CONDITION
Reports from the Trinity hospi
tal this afternoon were that Myron
Haines, the young man wno was In
jured in the shooting which followed
the robbery of three Cleveland .stor
es recently, is Btrll in a serious con
dition. being in a semi-conscious state
a great part of the time.
NEW HOUSES
A new farm residence is being
built near the Johnson Spur, north
of Spiritwood for Mr. J. A. Harrison.
It will be a well designed residence
of eight rooms. Contractor Titsfer
're'ftiMrfjer the work, which is now well
'uncf&r way.
George Hertel has erccted a new
residence for himself west of the riv
er, near the Klaus park, a neat and
convenient dwelling.
C. J. Schauer is having built for
himself a new residence near the
Klaus Park, P. A. Peterson being
the contractor for the same. Both
ouses are substantial improvements
for that part of the city.
THE STRENGTH of an
old and tried Company
for your policy Insur
ance that is all the, name
implies.
Our service saveB you
money
ALFRED STEEL
the fact that the Farmer of Jxjday
needs a Checking Account, the aid of
a strong bank and the advice of its
Officers to the same extent as the
firm or merchant.
farther, it cordially invites every
farmer without a bankihg home to
talk with its Cashier
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