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1W* TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 29, 1921 Items for thia column will b gladly received bjr Ms** Hrrey, telephone 114-W. Readers jowe it to their guestp and to than* elves to see that item* of local interest are reported. Every item will be (gjvon tyMaxi^y^^y'^ pepper' considera tion ^whin^Urce is :knwn, '''^ricjcXWdgwm, Wd.brother-in- law,turned 'Henry "Luch'eiu'of Becida motored |to' the, cjiy atid transacted business :^r,"'',:. \y.'.r'. j H:^rrWpf Lafe rfattie i? a /daily viiitbf ln the cityT as h Is car rytng Jthe mail on tbe Becida-Bernidji route this week for'Mrs.. C. W. Trog of Becidn.,._,,."-". I, Caeb paid tor "tdberty boad. O. B.Hooiey, Northern Grocery Co. l-ltr Mrs. L. W. Galloway left Monday night for the Twin Cities where she will select mid-winter stock for the Elko Hat Shop She' expects to be gone until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Luchen of Fernr hill motored to Bemidji Monday. They were accompanied by, Mrs. Luchen's brother, Glen Allen of Lake Hattie, who came to have his tonsils removed. The annual sale of,the Pjresbyteri^ an ladies will open with ^cafeteria, supper at 5 o'clock Wednesday, Nov ember 30, in.-the church basement. The sale will also be held Thursday afternoon from 2 t--.6'o?clpck. 2tli-29 MrM'^Mr^a%Bl^efi|M^ day ni^% }i^^l^m0^^'^ev they will niak^heir hotae this^in-j ter. Mr/ RyJ^|pl^s/:toakje-.a^fty.^ month course Hh ffutpmoTSjle igmtibw at Dunwoddy). Institule^' S' -,1^r."" ^$t":."' Mr. and Mrs. E. Hapsqn, Mrs. (J. Johnson and Seth Smith", all of iBecida, were, in'Bemidji'Monday as sisting in the arrangements for the funeral services to be held for Charles -W. Trog Wednesday. Interment will be made in the Becida cemetery. Mrs. L. Watkins) daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Henderson of this city, left Monday morning for her home at Albert Lea,- after visiting here for the past week. Through an error in Monday's paper it was given out that she had been visiting Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Shannon. There will be a. dance given next Thursday evening, December 1, in the Christianson hall in Nymore, by the Maccabees Drill Team. Every body welcome. ,',"'/..I:''.'- '3tll-30 r Mrs. H. A. Ferrell and baby spent the week end at Solway with friends. C. F. Darner left Monday'on a business trip to towns in western and northwestern Minnesota. Your friends can buy anything you can give them except your, photo graph. Hakkerup.v' John Shoeheart of Guthrie came to Bemidji Monday evening to visit his wife and little son at the Groff home, 1200 America avenue. No portrait Is so completely satis fying as one made by a professional photographer, Hakkerup. ll-4tf Hudson McCue .of Minneapolis is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. A. Bundy, Fifth ward, and he expects to re main in Bemidji until the New Year. Itfisses VMargaret Chr B^ith Goddard,: "Iff"?,*'',1 iL-4tf J. W. Wilcox motored to the Twin Cities Sunday and will transact busi ness there for a few days r: Mi?s Lois Daily^school'i^ttVSe1/ re* Monday from LitrtffrfcUf/Hi'here she spent her Thanksgiving ViW&tiorh -.'-'-Y/ -I'-JVJR're- Harr^' Gilman/ bf McIriWsihK^ turned to hfs honie today" after Visit ing friends' in Bemidji since yester day. The annual Christmas "gale of the Methodist Episcopal1 l&ne dozen .photographs make 12 UvL. VVHaiepoJ^ Ferhill ,who oper ^nas presents^ Hakkerup. 1 l-4tf '.flfsv^/- .''.'v: i^Charle^^TUong was dismissed from Sfci:Anthony's, hospital Monday, where he has been for about a month. He returned to his home near Puposjcy. studerttsstianson of the Ke-^1 midji high, school, returned Monday from their respective homes at P%- p4sk andVRed Lake,- where spent Thanksgiving and the: with their parents. weektliey end Christmas gifts for everybddy at the,sale in the Presbyterian church, beginning Wednesday, November 30, with a cafeteria supper at 5 o'clock. The sale will continue Thursday, December l.from 2 to 6 o'clock. 2tll-29 Mrs. A. H. Larson and little son, Robert Paul, returned to their home at Crookston Monday. .Mrs. Larson has been' the guest of hr' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gptchell, for a week, and little Robert,bias been'with his grandparent's for ,uhe past six weeks. i ,Buy Xmas presents at the Elko Hat Shop, now on display, silk hose, corsages, fancy flower baskets for home decoration, Xmas boxes, fresh and new. ^._ ltll-29 REX INGRA ELKO THEATRE:-! Frk *#.'& ,llu*V Mrs. O. E. Erwig has been ill at her home, 51.1 Minnesota avenue, with sciatic rheumatism, but was reported to be slightly improved this morning. Buy Xinas presents at the Elko Hat Shop, now on display, silk hose, corsages,' fancy flower baskets j-,, i-.- Ladfes' Ai will be held next Wednesday, December 7. A chicken supper will be served, be ginning at 5 o'clock. ltll-29 Dressmaking at home. Embroidery a specialty.: Prices right. Phone 897. :'!.il 2tl2-8 Miss Frances Penrod,ifourth grade teacher-in the Bemidji schools, rer turned to'resume her duties Monday after spending Thanksgiving and the week end with friends*at Long Prai rie. Koors Pasteurized milk and cream are sure to please. 10-6tf Miss Carol Knox, who enjoyed her Thanksgiving at her home in Bemidji, 1117Park.avenue, went to Blackduck Monday morning to again enter upon Jier duties as teacher of the Summit school. Wednesday. December 7, is the date of the .annual Christmas sale of the M. E. Ladies'.Aid. Beginning at 5 o'clock, a chicken supper will be served, ltll-29 ates a motor truck line to different points, was, a Bernidji vbusrtiess ^visit 'or Monday., He also' .qalle'd jort^his nephew, EarpHojrner fit Fenlgll^w'h is confined^ to St*' Anthony hd^bital rwith a very badly injuredt arm^The1f^ bd^iw^ m'a| 'iieryicef at tha splace1 & ^iihMl^J'iffia^l recently resignjed ^pXtnjistfe*ssi rifilcently. has jbepn transferred to Yola A. Kalladay.! a former resident of Nymore, i& the present incumbent of that office^ The annual Christmas sale of the Swedish Lutheran church, Sixth street and America avenue, will be held in the church basement Thursday af ternoon at 3. Ail kinds of useful and fancy articles will be on sale, ltll-29 Miss Bess Knox, who was" a Thanks giving guest in Bemidji at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Knox, went to Pleasant Valley Satur day forenoon and attended the Cu riosity social which was held there that ^evening at the Consolidated school house, .there being nearly 200 people present on that occasion ^hich was a success both socially and finan cially. M"*? Knox motored from there with friends to Tenstrike to resume her schodl work Monday morning. $1.0Q back, on every pair of men's dress or workx shoes and women's ox fords and pumps bought at the B. & D. Shoe store Wednesday. ltll-29 Visuali^is witiiSti^fedible fidelity the greatest novel by Vicente Blasco Ibanez, the author acclaimed the foremost literary genius since Victor Hugo. Produced by tlM'screen^ most notable director, Rex Ingram. i^t^ cost of slightly more than a million dollars aftera yea#fr ^J^ixmonthsbl$reparation -^'".'^J- \f%. r": ^^^^^ast of 12,500, including the OJ i|ncipalsfl^ Denlminate^y^ the dramatic critics of N^jYork and other big cities as n^rnng^thr^jduation of the motion pictu^iito the company of thVarts. IflHHHHBHHnPSSH^ffi^y 'illSiiifeof deseriptibrrbecaus^ftf ALmewhat Hmited list of adjectives in an abrW^d dictionary ff^c *S i- *Jb I *jff^ J.u J'JS ffE^JpWS^ for home decoration, Xmas-boxes, fresh artd new. ltll-2'J County 'Superintendent J. C. Mc Ghee left Monday evening fdr the north parb'of the county, and expects to visit schools inthat vicinity .fj-M- the next .three, weeks. 4 $ft 1*V]ft%^' THE BEMIDJI &ATLT PfONE$ J. A. Dalton's condition was report ed ta be about the sauic this moininj He has been seriously ill with ulcers of the stomach at St. Anthony's iun pital since last week. Visit our plant and learn the rea son why Koors" Pasteurized milk and cream "Ends the Quest for the Best." 10-6tf Miss Lucile Young of Bemidji teachesJn the public schools at.Saint Francis ,noar St. ,Pau|) instead of at Fort Francis as hitherto stated in The Pioneer Monday,.evening. i I.'I No* wc are not cutting shoe prices but refund $1.00 on every pair of men's, woi^k or dress shoes and wom en's oxfords or pumps bought. Wed nesday a.t the, B.v&'D. Shoe store Lv ltll-29 'Miss- Carrio-i Brown, who spent Thanksgiving and the week ond in Bemidji with her parents, Mr. trnd .M*8-'P-' L.nBrown,' returned IWonday to Cro.okstqn to resume her work. Do you know that the Pioneer wiii engrave your name on Christmas cards free? Yes, they will on orders of fifty or more: They have just loads of samples and thousands right in stock priced very reasonable. Your order must be in by December 5 if vou want your name engraved free. 13tl2-3 Miss Ruth Nelson, English teach er in the Benvdji .pubh'c school?, re turned to resume her duties Moho.ay morning, frohr Grand Rapids, where she spent Thanksgiving with friends, 'XQ&ijL be pleased, it, when orderingto' niilk from your dealer you ask, for fcqars Pastpartee milk. 10-5tf :j|". $*!'.:.V'iv%Td i. 'Miss Faith Knickerbocker, teacher of French and Latin in the high schoolr who, spent her Thanksgiving vacation with her parents at Staples, returned to^resume her duties 5'or.- ir-^th: T-. The ladies of the Swedish Lutheran church, Sixth street and America avenue^ will serve "supper Thursday afternoon in the church basement, be giniiing at 4:30, for which a charge of 35c will be made. Following is the menu: Koldoma, mashed potatoes, brown gravy, mashed rutabagas, bread, butter, coffee and apple pie. ltll-29 Mrs. Francis Ryan arrived in Be midji Monday evening and was a guest over nignt at thehdme of Mrs. Robert. Brownleei She was en route to .Greenbush from Tier home in Guthrie to visit her daughter. i The annual Christmas sale oft the Swedish utheran.,churh Sixth street and America avenue, will be held in the church basement ^Thursday af ternoon at 3. All kinds'of useful, and fancy articles will be on sale, ltll-2.9, semble. and itisthiscarethathasresultedmafilmmasterpiece. Pittsburgh Times. Oiily Two Shows Each Dayat 2:30 ancl 8:00 P.M. Special-Music, Five-Piece Orchestra, Evening*. PRICES: Matinees 55c-S5c Evenings 55c^5c-$ 1.10 (Including ALL SEATS ARE TO BE RESERVED^NOW ON SALfc AT BOARDMAN'S DRUG STORE *4 *^i ^v^/t^yy *r^ ix H' IfA 9 9 t^mff^m^^m^uii^mma4^mmtmtmt^mm^amttA Mrs. Frank Andor.spn of Barley is visiting, friends in Bemidji this week. William Ridelle of Turtle River was a business visitor in Bemidji Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Davis of Nor thern were the guests of Bemidji friends Monday. Mrs. Louis Hanson of Becida, au toed to Bemidji Monday nnd transact ed business. Phone ,176 and place yoir order for Koors Pasteuriked milk and creaxn to bV delivered right to your door every morning. 10-5tf Miss .Blanche TVog,..cjf7'Miinneapoiis has been called to, her vb,o,me at Becida by the sudden dcat,H of ..jiei^ father, Charles Trog. Mrs. P. Peterson'..of BagleyWas in Bemidji. Monday .en'.route' to Wil ton to visit her mother, Mrs. Georgy (Jrow, for a short time. Mrs. George Grow, who has resided in Bemidji for some time, has moved to her farm at Wilton where she will reside during the winter. W. J. Burnside of Grand Rapids, proprietor of the Grand Rapids Re pair Shop, was in Bemidji yesterday and today transacting- business. Mrs. A. Bunday has returned to her home in Fifth ward- from Minne apolis where she lias been under the care of specialists, -D-rs.' Uirieh and Knight. Her condition is not ytiuch improved and she expects to return the Eitel hsopital the' middle of January to-undergo an operation. P. E/ W^elch will leave. Bemidji to day for Or.tonv.Ulc. where he,-will at tend the golden.wedding,anniversary celebration of Mrs. Welch's parents, M'i'V and Mrs. '\V. H*Mattht'ws, to morrow. Mrs. Welch and "Everett went there last week to spend Thariks giving and remained' f6r tilie anni versary. The Modern Samaritans will meet at the Odd Fellows hall Thursday evening, December 1. There will he election of officers. All members are requested to come and b'rinj? refresh ments. 3tl2-l Mrs. C. A. Knopke returned to Bemidji from Alexandria where she was called over two weeks ago be4 cause of the serious injuries received by her mother, Mrs. A. W. Wilcox, from a fall. Mrs. Wilcox started to go down the basemont stairs and tripped, falling1 from the 'to t- the bottonii Both arms were broken and she was severely bruised. She has made extended visits at different times in Bemidji, and her many friwds' will be pleased to learn that her condition is much improved, and shst qn the road to recovery, if, no qompljcaj.ipns devejoiv .^i,. I- ft. Miss Irene Lappen was able to re sume her duties at Dr. Sanborn's of fice Monday after an'illness of ten days. Miss Hazel Hudson returned to Bemidji Sunday evening from Gcm mell, where she hag pent the past three Weeks with her parents. Mrs. Ramble of Neilsville spent Monday in Bemidji as the guest, of Mrs. George French. She was en route to. her mother's home at-.Clear- brook. VI. Miss Corinne Carlson, who spent her Thanksgiving' vacation with her parent's. M,rt and Mrs. A. T. Carlsony returned Monday to resume hex tcaeliinir t Xashwauk.' Mr. and Mrs.' Pearl Barncll mo tored to Walker Saturday to attend the celebration of the golden wed dteig Anniversary of Mr. BarnelPs uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. IT. Morrickol. Miss Johanna Duhlgaard, a stu dent at the Bemidji State Teachers college, returned this morning to re sume her studies after spending her Thanksgiving vacation at her home at Kelliher. Russcl Kirkpatrick, who has been a guest at the P. L. Brown home over Thanksgiving, left Monday for Fovston where he will transact busi ness until today, and will Ipave to night for Chit-ago. Mr. and Mrs. William Otre'y'and son, Carl, who have been living on Dr. Garlock's farm near Bemidji, for the past four months, have moved to town again and are now located at 10.1S Park avenue. Do. you know that the Pioneer will engrave, your name on Christmas cards free? Yes. they will on orders of fifty or more. They have just loads of samples and thousands right in stock priced very reasonable. Your order must be in-by December if you want vour name engraved free. 13U2-3 ARRANGE FOR VIOLIN LESSONS People who wish to arrange, for violin study with Bandmaster Rig'gs should call or phone him at Miss Brown's studio, room 22 Battle* block, phone 233, between 2:30 and o'clock Thursday. 2U1-30 NOTICE Bids will be received December for (10 cords, sound, dry 4-foot pop-' lar, .jnckpihe or tamarack wood for, the Beltrami County Farm. Prices based on delivery to farm or f. o. b. Bemidji, or in woods not over 3 milus from County Farm. I reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Phone 472 or write J. J. McCurdy, Superin tendent,. Bemidji, Minn. 6U1-30 not a^lail hai been neglected to form a perfect en- Sun.. Dec. 2, 3* 4 i,* fcy'ff .,r,i, 1 PAGE FIVR ENTERTA IN A BRIDGE Cards were played at fivt tables at the bridge party giveh this after noon by" Mrs. A. B. Palmer "and Mrs. A. E. Foir, in their seBe*6f-this, season's bridge parties, of Mrs. Foir, 908: Bemidji'-avehue.-othejlfcmta METHODIST AID HOLDS CHRISTMAS SALE DECB*?^HR 3* The: Ladies* Aid of the Me8ll$dist Episcopal*'churtrh will-Wld-'i^'aftftual Christma's'sale itrtbe baseirtefi%^ the church Saturday Decembefr 3i*-*Be- ginning at 5 'o'fej'oek, a chlckehVsup-:""-inB"''-:'p'uelrc'i per will'be served, vitPd to attend. '^The EASTERN STAR TO OPEN SCHOOL AT DEER RIVER About twenty members, including all the officers, of the local Older of Eastern Star arc planning to leave Bemidji on the noon tram Saturday for Deer River where there will be a school of instruction conducted throughout the afternoon and eve ning. The Bemidji chapter will opeu tho school. BAPTIST LADIES' AID TO MEET WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON The Ladies' Aid of the Baptist church v.J tl meet Wednesday after noon ,at 2:30 o'clock in the basement of the church. AH members arc urged to bring tlwiv thimbles and scissors for work,'-Group No. 2, Mrs. Charles Hammond, chairman, will cn tejrtain. MOOSEHEART LEGION'S DRIVE FOR MEMBERS EXTENDED Mrs. Christie Groff, secretary of the local order of Women of Moose heart Legion, received a telegram yesterday from Rodney H. Brandon, grand regent of the order of Moose, stating that the James J. Davis mem bership campaign had been extended one month, and instead of closing November 30, it would close with December 30. Skating Party Miss Lois Davics entertained a few friends at a skating party last eve ning. Ten young people left Bemidji nfter o'clock and skated to Birch niont, where supper was served at. the Marcum cottage. During the eve ning dancing was enjoyed for a time, after which the young people, return ee! to their homes, by auto. The youiig people were chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs. K: if. Marcum and Mr..and Mrs. W. L. Brooks, who motored to thi,4 cottage during the afternoon and prepared the supper for the party. -t=rs*J.-^&~^*m \^^mmm^^^^