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JUE3DAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 192*
vf hama for this cobma/will
gladly receivad^ Mw. Hamay,
telephone 114-W. Readers oyra
iihlo their fuasU and to them
selves io that items of local
iatereat axe reported. Every it**
yrill be i*fB proper coasidara-
tJQB when ource la knowa.
,W. G?6ook oiv'J4^h
business caller in Bemidji
Mrs. Clyde Martin of Turtle
visited friends, in Bemidji Monday*"
Jule Achenbach of Baudette hag
arrived in Bemidji
and"expects4to !side here
Cook With Gas
-Mrs. C. S. Barclay of Grant Valley
-was in the city Monday shopping and
calling on friends.
Polar Pie. Ask for It. 2-14tt
Casper Knapp' of Cfrant Valley
spent Saturday \n the city shopping
and visiting friends.
Mrs. I. W. French went to Little
IJalls Friday pf last week to visit
her mother and/ sister over Sunday.
Cook With Gas"
3-30 tf
Benard Landgren and little son*
Vern, of Werner motored to Bemidji
Thursday and attended to business
matters.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Re
voir, a daughter, April 20, at their
home in Bemidji. Mother and baby
are doing nicely.
Polar Pie. Ask for It. 2-14tf
Clayton Marrs, 1103 Mississippi
avenue, has accepted a position with
the Sunshine Grocery of this city and
entered upon his new duties last week.
Erick Landgren and wife of Becida
were guests of the former's cousin,
Benard Landgren and family, at Wer
ner Wednesday. They made the trip by
auto.
Polar Pie. Ask for lu 2-14tf
L. E4 Hanson of Becida motored to
Bemidji Saturday and transacted busi
ness. He reported the roads in very
good condition, but as yet no spring
work had been started by the farmers
that vicinjty.
150,000 to loan on fanni. Dean
Land company. l-18tf
MMHBVM
MniMlV'il I i
Mrs. Clarence Worth and Mrs.
William Grover of Northern were
calling on friends in'Bemidji Mon-
Cook .With Gas
John"
fami|y while trails
Bemidji Monday
re-
3-30 tf
Frank Cermaek of Yola made a bus^
iness trip to Bemidji Saturday with
his motor truck.
j*
Frank l3himmel has moved his fam
ily from Bemidji to the Pete Edd
farm at Frohn where they will re
side during the summer.
ritfiH Cook With-Gas
%*^M^.tlSife^
3.30 tf
C. M. Serrurire left\ yesterday for
Pal.sade and other places near thfiga
where he'will t^ansacj^busihess
wee'k.
Mrt. Fred Petri
avenue, who ^vasj
of
Nebi!_
Baileyl
business^'in
Garnet Hines of Hines, who has
been visiting relatives here since
Sunday night, expects to return to
his home tonight.
George Kreatz returned to his
home in Bemidji yesterday from Du
luth where he has transacted busi
ness for a few days.
3-30 tf
George Horn and son, Emory, came
to Bemidji Monday -evening from
-Brainerd and are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Barnettvl-08 Mississippi
avenue for a fefw'days.'
Miss Mildred Seager, who has been
receiving treatment ^at the St. An
thony
hospital'^
for
somfevher
taken to the1
time, was
homfe grand
mother, Mrs. Mary Seager, at Becida
Sunday. f\f
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Eriekson x$-
turned to their home Monday at 1115
Beltrami avenue, af^er visiting ReV.
and Mrs. K. Stromme, the latter
theit daughter, a Brauierd over
Easter. Thfey*returnBd by auto.
INVEST some of your savings hr
residence lpt'and build a home. About
25, 37^ fk Ite^s leL near new high
school. Prices low. Easy terms. J.
Elwell sr 3t 4-25
l,,,
,Fred Bardwell ,proprietor of the
Diamond Dairy, who was operated on
at St. Anthony's hospital about three
weeks ago, is reported to be ^getting
along nicely and he expects to be able
to go-tovhis home the latter pait of
this week.
Friends of Mrs. J. W. Diedrich
have received wor from Paul
that she1
underwent a seriouSt. opera
tion, at the 'Miller hospital there last
week and was reported Monday to
be getting along as well as could be
expected.
FlftST
SEMI
William Ehlera ot leonar spent
Saturday in Bemidji^on business and
while here called on friends.'
Mrs. George $. Row returned this
morning from Roseau, Minn., where
she has been visiting Mr. Row, who
is engaged in the retail lumber busi
ness %re. ,uis ia*i*
Mrs Charles CJark, ytho has .made
hpjj home with her sqn., Frank Clark,
at Turtle River, moored Jo .Bemidj^
Monday, where she w,ijl make her^fu
tyre home.
Arthur, Ba^nett, fnternationai
Eall? came to Bemidji Saturday night
and .Waited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Barnett, until Monday, when
hgj**e*a*fted'ftfllfefernatibnaf.'
Mr. and Mrs. M., L. Matson motor
ed to Kelliher Saturday and spent
Sunday with friends there. They re
turned to Bemidji Monday and Were
accompanied by Mrs. J. R. MacLean,
who is a guest at their home for a
few days.
Miss Johanna' Moren returned
Monday from" Mcintosh to resume
her studies at the State Teachers col
lege. She went to her home to spend
her Easter vacation and could not
return to take up her work imme
diately after "because of the illness
of a sister.
Senator E. J. Bwedback returned
this morning from Los Angeles, Cal
ifornia, where he has been during the
Winter months. 'Mrs. Swedback will
not return until-sometime in June.
The senator ^reports a cold, nasty
winter at the coast and says he is
gjad to be back the Minnesota clini
ate.
Miss Nora SulHvan, stenographer
at the Jewett garage, was badly in
jured yesterday at the noon hour
When she fell down the entire length
of the staiijs leading to the second
fjoor of the., Battles', building, where
had gone ot an errand. She was
taken to her home at 1413 Minnesota
Avenue, and is eonfined to her bed
Shere.
i
tfieirphonies.
'\**f
1
i
1has pur-
"H7*R" "Henderson, cashier
o|^th**,Sl.
f8i*Na1i liotiaJassistant
AaJl^
ehaJe the" property* at ,1015 Bel
trami avenue, and expects to move
from the Kaplan flats soon.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. L. Ames- of Guthrie at the
Walker hosprtaT a week'ago Friday.
Mrs. Ames" wa& formerly Miss Nellie
Boobar and is well known in Bemidji.
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THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
rjgBlRTHDAY PAfcTXl
feSDlittle friends of'BSfts Marion
cault, 1018 Mississippi avenue,
irtvited to her home yesterday
moon* to help her celebrate her
birth anniversary.
vOut of door
es were enjoyed "and a lunch was
ed by Mrs. Foucault. She re
'cfewed a number of useful and pret
jhtokens from her friends. Thjose
Bnjfewere: Mona Weakley, Fran
cs, arfffDonal Ki^tfeson, Ga*iord
and *Har,old. Swisher, Gordon Ewatid-
SOIIJ, Adeline and Marion^ Eouoautt.
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HUBELLS ENTERTAIN
Mr. and Mrs. Mile Hubell entertain
ed a number of friends and neighbors
at their farm home southwest of Be
midji. Social conversation, victrola
music and card games) were, isikjoyed
throughout the evening. Lunch was
served. Those present ^weie Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Pendergrast, George Heb
ard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Williaam
Stillmaker and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Walther Swenson and family, Mrs.
Peter Larson, Christ Larson, Misses
Martha, Anna, and Vera Larson, Jtfr.
Hubell and Miss Stevenson.
R. H. Everhart of Park Rapid
whose territory as agent for the RaWv
leigh Medicine company of Freeport,
111., includes'Bemidji, was dehvenng
goods here Saturday from that com
pany's branch office in Minneapolis.
William Jt Stillmaker, who Ms
bejen living on the Foster farm south
west of town, took a load of house
hold goods to Blackduck yesterday
and will return to Bemidji this eve
ning. The family expects to move to
their farm there some me this wee^k.
lOlof ,Ohngren of the' Nymore and
Bemidji Oldsmobile garage, and Miss
Elanore Carpenter motored to Bejto
Thursday to be present at the wedding
of Miss Carpenter's brother, Fred, |o
Miss Maude LaCounte/On Satuiday
night, Mr. Ohngren motored the
young married couple over to Walker
and also to Cass Lake On Sunday Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Caipenttr of Bena
and their daughter, Elanoie, accom
panied Mr. Ohngfen to Bemidji.
County Superintendent of Schools
J. C. McGhee and Assistant Superin
tendent Miss Mary LiHeskdy xifited
schools yesterday north of Wilton
on the Deer Lake load, ,and today
are visiting schools |at Louis and
Pennington. From now until 'the
close of the school
yearinmuch
51 Friends of Mrs. J. A. Colby of
Foreman, N. D., who has been seri
ously ill at the home of her daugW
ter, Mrs. E Itftatson,-1023 Min
nesota avenue, will be pleased to
learn that her condition is improv
ing. Her daughter, Mrs. A. E. Eber
hart of Mason City, Iowa, and her
son-in-law, B. S. Miller of Fairmount,
who were called here because of her
cjatical condition4wive returned tojthem will find them ftie,** on that
their time w.ll be1
day
F^SBSStsw m. i."Wfc WF- u*ffPP"P?*
of
spent visiting
rural schools, but they will be at the
office the court house each Satur
day, so that anyone..wising to.see
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
WIGE a year weg-^Ar throiigh our entire stock, all short lengths, broken lots, odds & ends in all depart-
merits, are taken out and rii'arl^d. at remnant prices. Yo will find many lengths suitable for
trimmings, waists
and childr^ns dresses and all at half-price or less.
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METHODIST. AID ,p JVIJSMW
HOLDS MEETING TOMORROW
The dining room .division of &e
Ladies' Aid of th,e Methodist chum
will hold* its regular meeting W^fifr
nesday- afternoon at 2n30 o'clock &t
the honie 'of Mrs. E. H. Demit 1$??
nnesota avenu.e,, and the, chairm
s. Dick Y,'"-
^tember!
f|gThe attention
is week
,.t they^fcn^it
tanged fiom Wednesday ov
'iday evenmg a^ 7t30 Ml
basement o* the Presbyten
church, and every member
iquested to be present at that
ENJOY PICNIC
Eleven members of the "Gleaners"
class of g.rls of the Methodist SH^
day school with their teacher, Mrir,
P. E. Welch, enjoyed a picnic at Dip?
mond Point yesterday from 4:30 tp
til 6.30. A camp fire was built ariB
a picnic supper with roasted weiner*
was enjoyed and the class held j|fc
business meeting around the camp
fire. MOOSEHEART LEGION TO..
MEET TOMORROW NIGHT
The Women of the Mooseheart 1&$
gion will held, their regular nieetrng
Wednesday efotnng at o'clock5
the Moose hall and there will be ini
tiation of candidates After the
business session, lunch Will be served
tor which the small sum of 15 cents
will be charged, to which the men arp
invited.
CARPENTER-LA COUNTE
Miss Maudie LaCounte, daughter
of Mr and Mrs. Joseph LaCounte,
1106 Mississippi avenue, became the
bride of Fred G. Carpenter of Benaj
vicinity at a quiet home wedding
Thursday evening, April 20, accord
ing to Word received from Bena to
day. The ceremony was performed
by Judge James Middleton and was,
witnessed by
Claray
Fred
A-
Demo and
RevalsMiss the famil and a few
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter will be at
home for the summer at a quiet
country place they have selected on
Bear Brook Ranch, out of Bena.
LITERARY SOCIETY ENJOYS
MOCK TRIAL SATURDAY NIGHT
The meeting of the Laurean Lit
erary society of the State Teachers
college took the form of a mock
trial Saturday evening at the college,
ajnd was greatly enjoyed by all.
Friday morning at the close of the
assembly meeting, Fremont P. Wirth
was approached by the "sheriff" and
placed under arrest charged with:
having kept in his possession a wall
eyed perch which failed to measure
14 inches in length. Because of his
being a member of the college facul
ty, he was allowed hi frcedorii
Without bail, but ordered to appear
H'
^.irftfcaa.yi Jil.l
at the college Saturday night for
trial. Ms Edith. Morse and Tom
Simons appeared a$kat timesas the
defendant's a.ttg*w^, and*-, Bert
Greenfield and 9tanley|WiIcox as "aU
vHmes,
'(HOLD
FRIDAY
^the
[race fitnesses
rainst Mr^Wirt'..
lilty" |f*8 brought im,
ace was prohounced Hna
er-furniska fish bw
inev.-l^tat^i wlo too
bialv
The7|oo5-
i ,M-W*JiM ^^Hi^iiywt* A/t-
& iRubU&cJoM^^teach^rs o^Jlem^ji
The |ury was composeddoix mem- yesterday. Jhat^aH*have been re-elect-
IgBrs ofc^bhe La\irean soci^, i|(LthjB-4dt and-wy are^^ven until May~l
Apse wai tried with alj due fo^^P.fto sig|their contracts.
hfc
woyym^y tVhmS
i Special Sutgof
Ttimmm
FIRST
SEMIANNUAL
Wednesday aiid Thursday
Choice of any Trimmed Hat ip qur house up to $12.60
$40*********frfo-
Choice of an^ Haf^ ug to^$6.0&
Perhaps the hat you priced last wefck will fee ii\ either
one of these two groups. The .original, priqe, ticjeet
remains in each hat. Come in and find yo,U hat your-
self. If it's marked as much as, $6.00, it's youus fpr
$2.95. Ifi it's as much as $12.00, it's yours for $4.95.
-rr.Qtrr-ivg -i~xf- 1.ifr
One lBt of Sa'ilof^ t&1
.U
I (J
PACE TWUW
s
at
WUcox and Bsrt jGreenfteld as
torneys to? tfee s^W" d'eserves
eial commendatioilt.
spe-s
lof theSidie?^tc
ssbyter*anv
Mrs. ]K.
chairman, will jneet Wed*
jwtoddrtJ^av^the homo of
,J?(
Bemidjfi *ve
menibexs are requested to
,i
c1rj&. at
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY TONIGHT 1
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