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-V t- i: v: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21st, 1922 lv BISON BASKETBALL SCHEDULE ARRANGED Eleven conference games with five conference teams, the possible addi tion of George Dewey, former athle tic director of the Multinomah club, to th coaching staff and a host of freshman material with seven letter men from last year's squad made basketball prospects at the North Dakota Agricultural college here look very bright. Athletic Director Borleske has an nounced that the Bison will play North and South Dakota universities on the home floor, while South Da klta State, Des Moines University and Morningside will be played away from home. The Bison and Flicker tails will play four games with two at the A. C. and two at me "U." Be sides playing conference games, the Bison will tackle Macalester, Con cordia, Jamestown and other local teams. Final announcement has been made by the athletic council that George Dewey has been approved as basketball and track coach. Dewey has been connected with the Muliti nomah amateur athletic club of Port land, Oregon, for the'iast three years "Pube" Sivertson, stellar forward and captain of the 1921-22 squad was the only man lost through grad uation .last year. His place is ex pected to be filled by one of two subs from last year, Bute or Bohnsack, with Blrkeofer, forward on the Alex andria high team last year, Robbins all-state center while playing with Wahpeton Science in 1914, and Rudd of Fargo high trying for the same position. At guard there will be the two shining lights, Flem and Wilson, with Grieve, sub of last year, Augus tine of Alexandria, Minn., and Arn old of Fargo trying to oust them. Trowbridge will be back at a for ward position. Hildre may take cen ter wtih Rumpeletes giving him a good race. We wish to extend to all The Season's Greeting IT RAABEL & KRAABET GENERAL MERCHANTS 4 Greetings: 444 At this Holiday Season we express to you our appreciation of past favors and wish you a& Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year ill KING & SMITH Dealers in Hardware PHONE NO. 49 HOPE, NO. DAK. Lj i|!!i li'li iji!1 Htj BUY TURKEYS NOW SAY POULTKYMI.N iJuy turkey stock now, before tlie oulk of the stock is placed on the Christmas market and before the ieavy Spring demand begins is the. iuggestion offered by O. A. Barton poultry specialist at the North Da kota Agricultural College, in reply recent inquiries regarding sources jf turkey breeding stock. "Each fall, and especially this fall .here are plenty of good toms and hens for sale," says Mr. Barton, "and .hi.- year because of the good prices .or turkeys and the large number ^hat were raised in the state, man armers are planning to begin raising -hem. Every year many prospective ouyers wait until Spring to make -heir-purchases and are surprised to iind a limited choice of good stock. Turkeys can stand more cold wea ther than can chickens, according to •Ir. Barton. They need shelter from che wind and storm, but they should not confined with chickens. Turk eys require exercise, and cannot stand close confinement. An ideal iheep shed makes an ideal turkey shelter also. JUST CAREFUL Two tired men—the sort of men who are always tired—were talking about the forthcoming election in their village and discussing the rival candidates. "Now, that Mr. Pusher is. a good sort!" said one. "I'm not so sure of that,'' replied the other. "But what makes you think that?" "Why, did you notice how heart ily he shook hands with me?" "Yes, I did," replied his friend. "He wasn't content with one hand, he grabbed both. He's a good fel low, he Is." The other looked at him thought fully for a moment. Then he said: "Yes, he took both your hands be cause he's very careful of his watch! —Los Angeles Times. Che ibope pioneer HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA Published by the NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $3.00 IfiBiBck Kfjfti it A] Entered at the post office at Hope. North Dakota, as second class matter. BLABON CITY AND SCHOOL NOTES A Community Club was organized in the town hall December 9th. Mr. H. W. Chalmers was elected president Mrs. Overby, Vice President, and Mr. H. A. Burner Secretary. On Decem ber 15th the first program was given. Mrs. Overby read an interesting paper on the advantages of the small town. After hearing this article one is con vened that the small town is what the people make it. We have as many opportunities to create and develop business as the large town. The town orchestra was very liberal in furnish ing music. May Beringer and Fern Walters gave interesting recitations. The next meeting of the club will be Incumber 29th. Some of the boys of the manual training department have made some interesting Christmas presents. Her mit Overby finished "Bounding Tom'' Kenneth Walters made a bird house and an elephant. James says that he does not want his work of art ex posed as the party to whom he is to send the piece, reads this paper. The Como Vd. Guest Club met at the Swanson home last Thursday. Mr. .Jan Chalmers, our head gloom chas er,- rounded up the clan and delivered ihciu safely at the place of meeting. The evening was spent in playing whist. Hartwell Burner furnished us with several samples of "Uke' melody and Harry Chalmers enter tained the ladies who did not plaj whist. Christmas day the Post office wil !e open from 9 THE HOPE PIONEER Charlie says, "Merry Christmas, to all the folks in Blabon." LUVERNE LOCALS to 11 o'clock, to ac comadate the patrons. It is the desire of the Postmaster that all out going mail is in the office by eleven o'clock W. B. Cheshire was a Breckenridge visitor over Sunday. The Parents-Teachers Association met Friday night at the High School Auditorium and a .very interesting joint program was given by the Al bert Sanden district School children under the able instruction of their teacher Miss Tweedo, and the Lu verne Special School District. There were good five minute talks on "Di oipline" were given by Mrs. J. J. Webber, Rev Holland Melvin Roseth. The subject of "Hot Lunches" was again brought up and decided on tc isrve during the months of the new year. A lunch was served and the meeting adjourned to meet the third Friday in January. Just look into the shop window: and see the wonderful Christmas de corations, the business men of Lu verne are showing this year Santa Claus will not miss us, as the lighted tree at the Luverne Hardware, will surely attract his attention when he journeys thru town. George Sanden spent, two days of iusi week in Fargo. J. J. Webber and W. B. Cheshire made a business call to Cooperstown Saturday. Don forget the Christmas tree and program given by the School Children of Luverne at the Danish Brotherhood Hall, Thursday night. Thora Bothne, is spending the hoi idays with her parents at Luverne she will return to Moorhead the se cond of January to again resume her studies at the eoncordia Col lege. The Annual election of officers oi the Hanson-Jensen Post 196 of the American Legion w»s neta Saturday evening in the Legion rooms. The following officers were elected: Ger old Bragg, Commander, Ted Low Vice-Commander, Ralph Smithberger Adjutant, James Rasmusen, Chaplin, Charles Davidson, Sergeant-at-arms! The third Saturday in January the American Legion and the Auxiliary will hold a Joint meeting. The American Legion Auxiliary held their election Saturday after noon. Officers elected for the ensu ing year are as follows: Mrs. James Rasmusen, President, Mrs. James Hudson, Vice-President, Mrs. Marlus Hanson, Secretary and Treasurer Mrs. Hulda Nygard, Chaplip, Mrs. VI m. Park, Sergeant-at-arms. Miss Iva McCory, teacher in the Junior High School at Pillsbury was a visitor in our city between trains Saturday, as a guest of Mrs. John Call the CITY DRAY & EXPRESS COMPANY C. S. EGAN. Proprietor For draylng of all kinds James Semmons left Monday night -O attend electrical and Radio school in Kansas City, Missouri. JL,BIBLE ''THOUGHT I •FOR 7no Gifts for Father, Mother, Sister, Ladies' Watches Cuff Buttons Ladies' white gold Rings, set and plain Watches Belt Buckles Gents' white gold watches Broaches Cut Glas Gents' thin gold Watches Bar Pins Pencils Gents' chains in all styles Stick Pins Pens more: MONEY II You Ship Us Your HIDES -FURS Write Us FIRST For Special Information DEAL DIRECT wtHiflw IM6EST and 01DESI HOUSE ID THE WEST. HIGHEST FRIGES and IMMEDIATE CASH RETURNS. Write for price list, tans and lull Information D.BergwansGD. Hansen, and to be in attendance at the meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary. rs. W. B. Jensen was a guest Tftrv-v TGDA1 I B:hle Thoojrhts suemorizov!, \vi: n.. privelecs heritage in after vv.sr, DECEMBER 21 REAL PEACE:—Wisdom's ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace—Proverbs 3:17 DECEMBER 22 JUSES SAID:—Ana I, if I be lifted up, will draw all men unto me.— /ohn 12:32. DECEMBER 23 GOD'S GOOD GIFTS:—The Lord will give grace and glory: no good -hing will he with-hold from them -hatwalk uprightly.—Psalm S4:ll. DECEMBER 24 THE LORD IS GOOD:—0 tast and see that the Lord is good: blessed is .he man that trusteth in him—Psalm 4:8. CHRISTMAS DAY DECEMBER 25 WORLD'S BEST NEWS: The angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of I great joy, which shall be to all people For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.—Luke 2:10, 11. DECEMBER 20 SEEK TODAY:—Seek ye the Lord •vhile he may be found, call ye upon iiim whil6 he is near.—Isaiah 66:6. DECEMBER 27 THE ONLY GOD:—Hear, O Israel '.he Lord our God is one Lord.—Deu teronomy 6:4. BATTLEFIELDS A LA CARTE The Yank buddy was revisiting battle scenes and was amazed to see group of men, all under the direc ion of a man in uniform of a dis charged French corporal, busily dig Sing in a iield. "Queska vous diggy la, Pierre?" he asked in his best French. "Ze shell 'ole. M'sieu'," answered Piere. "Ze las't pairr-r-rtie of lady and zhentleinen tourists from Anior ifiue, zey ar ea leetle deesappointed v/iz ze lleld of battaille."—American Legion Weekly. ,3 Jewelri] for Christmas MCLAUGHLIN ^.aroware oi' Mrs. H. C. Hendrickson and family Wednesday and Thursday. James Jensen was a business call er at Fargo last weex. Mr. Bemis of Sutton, is visiting his sister Mrs. Jansen Jensen. Fred Stelner was taken seriously 11 and had to be taken to a Fargo Hospital on Friday of last week. -j niffiiffiM Brother, that LAST. We repair anything in the jewel ry line and invite your inspection. Any style or make of watch repaird Most of these goods were pur chased this fall at lo^/er cash prices which makes a saving for consumer Merry Christmas Are you going to make somebody's Christmas this year a Merry Christmas? You can do it very easily by giving some useful gift that will be a constant reminder of the giver. Useful gifts are always most acceptable. We have on our shelves and in our show cases hundreds of articles that are appropriate for gifts. There are gifts for the boy, gifts for the girl, and gifts for father and mother. Come in and let us show them to you. o- J. H. McCOLLOM CHRISTMAS I he spirit of Good Will should predominate in the home at this happy season. The ideal gift for the home is a piece of iurniture, it vviii be a constant reminder and a source of pleasure to every mem ber of the household. We also have gifts for the indi vidual that will please. Chandler's Furniture Store Hope, N. Dak. Furniture and Undertaking "4|1 Pitt P. Chandler, Prop. Hope, N. D. !/.*•' .i" Christmas Tidings! On the street, in crowded shops, the spirit of good cheer rac.atcs from the hustling holiday crowds. At home there is mysterious whispering and hiding of bundles. Christmas is i* die air In your holiday prepa ration' may we suj^rcst uie use of the long dis tancx telephone. HOKTC! Through its use your Christmas greetings may br earned and in a personal way lo each relative cJ fi .cnd. Hie g'Hin.d of your voice to those from whom you are scp.-:-ated on Christmas D.-v, will be a cherished remcir.D-.ance long after the holidays have passed. Ft.! every Christmas visit rr.acie in the olden times in person, a hundred pre now made by telephone. DAKOTA M2E: EHOEKT TELEPHONE COMPANY V:'.