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SHEVUN Joe Renne spent Sunday here with his parents. William Wiench returned to Bag ley Sunday, after spending the week end with his parents. A party of young people drove to Bagley Sunday night to take in the show that evening at the Family theatre. FREE Write today for beauti* fully illus- trated 64 page Corn Products Cook Book. FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 5, 1920 THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER Alf Rain spent Sunday with rela tives in Bemidji. He returned here that afternoon. lwrs. Oliver Barnass arrived here Friday from Leonard, where she has been visiting schools She returned to her home at Bagley Sunday, ac companied by her husband Ed Wright spent Sunday here with his family The Ladies' Aid of the Congrega tional church met at the home of Mrs A Noyes on Wednesday. mi inrntnti mttmi 'Htfliitii''Hi' 'Htfflttti' Ktrtmii wm imm&wmmtm Alfred Boe left last week for Da kota, where he is looking up a loca tion Mr. Boe recently sold his farm and is now going to locate in Dakota He expects to move his goods this week. Shevlin regrets in losing Mr. Boe and family A party was given at the home of Mrs Hans Gordon Saturday in honor of her birthday. The evening was spent in playing cards. Many useful gifts were presented to her A lunch Inihe .im iM'.MH|^|MfflH^ AMONG the twenty odd million ZA American Hdmes there is probably not a single one where Karo is not served in some mannerfor breakfast, for dinner or for supper. During these days of high prices, Karo has become another word for economy. Thou- sands of thoughtful housewives have learned that Blue Label Karo is not only a delicious spread for pancakes, but answers every pur- pose where a sweet is needed. Instead of paying the present high prices for jams, jellies and preservesserve Blue Label Karo on sliced bread, toast, pancakes or waffles. was served Every one reports a fine time The Missionary Band/will meet at the Congregational church next Sun day, March 7 The two smaller class es will furnish the program Every one is invited to attend this meeting. Ole Lee was a Shevlin visitor on Friday John Debjardines wsited in Be midji between trains on Saturday. Clara Renne entertained the Soph omore class at a 6 o'clock dinner :-& f8 Don't worry about the high price of jams, jellies and preserves. Serve Karo, the Great American Sweet. Buy it by the dozen cans. An important message. Read it! CORN PRODUCTS REFINING COMPANY 17 Battery Place New York Saturday The class drove down and was accompanied by several of the Bagley teachers. P. Renne spent the week end here with his family The Shevlin Mercantile Co is mak ing plans for the new store, which will be erected here early this spring. A carload of brick arrived last week and is being unloaded now for early use Mr and Mrs Oliver Barness were guests at the Noyes home on Sunday. Do as the wise cooks are now doing: Use Karo to stew dried fruit, prunes use it for candied sweet potatoes, brown bread, muffins, coffee cake and puddings. Karo Home-made Candy is the best for children. It is wholesome, easy to make, costs much less than store candy. Mothers give children Blue Label Karo and sliced bread because it satisfies Nature's craving for sweets* and takes the place of candy. IMPORTANT There never was such a demand for rJlue.Label Karo as today. Housewives everywhere are buying if by the dozen cans. Ask your grocer the price per dozen. For economy's soke buy it this way. W 'KftfflttimW' i#ifltffli#'wmmi' PAGE 1EVEN Miss Sadie Fultz went to Bagley Friday to spend the week end with her parents at the place. Mrs Carl Baum and son, returned to Bagley Tuesday after visiting several days with Mr Baum's par ents, Mr. and Mrs W. Pitt. Word was received here last week of the serious illness of Mrs. Howard Moyer of Bemidji, formerly Miss Jen nie Hanson of this place Harold McCollum of Alida, accom panied by his sister of Devils Lake, arrived here Monday.