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Warren sheaf. (Warren, Marshall County, Minn.) 1880-current, November 21, 1912, Image 9

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Mir. and Mqs. Ole Bodell visited with
friends in Viking oyer Sunday.
Dr. Brea and Greo. Kerestes of War
ren, called at Brookside on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mapps entertain
ed several frtend at dinner on Sun
A. J. Hall and Frank Powel drove
to Thief River FaUs on Tuesday.
Mrs. Goclell apd daugMer Helen, vis
ited with Mrs. Mapps and daughter
Bessie on Tuesday.
Misse Edna and Pearl Grange enter
tained several young ladies on Satur
day for tibe purpose of.
Claude Mapps left for Illinois on
Sunday evening. you want to
fcnew what for, ask him.
Mrs. Kate Cleveland and son Clay
ton visited with friends in Argyle on
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Johnson anl
daughter Gladys visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Youngs lately.
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer and daughters
visited witti Mr. and Mrs. School on
Mr. and Mrs. Grange and children
visited at Cloverdale on Sunday.
"Walter and Roee Wendt are visiting
with their mother. M'. 'S** r
Litle Chester Keefe is visiting with
his grand parents. /.A
'Walter and John Monroe had busi
ness in Roseau on Monday. ~f
Sigurd dteoa has moved onto the
Ti. Olson farm
v. laude Mapps has moved onto the
T. M. Lewis farm and Mr. Lewis has
moved te Warren.,
'^Mre. Hanson and children will move
into the new buildings owned by the.
Pioneer Landtio.,on the old Ander
son farm.
Handbags in good Morocco Leathers, Oxidized silver Trimmed,
$1.50 and $2.00 Values,
Pemberton Shirtings, always 16c to 18c per yard
hepe at
Gust Bodell is assisting on the Lake
View farm.
Some people are continually finding
fault with the weather and then when
the weather is fine, they predict bad
weather, but let us not forget to men
tion the good weather that we have
been having.
There will be a Thanksgiving pro
gramme at District 12 on Wednesday
Nov. 27 at 2:30 p. ni.Teacher, Miss
Minnie Thomas. Everyone invited.
Rabbit hunting is fine as long as the
weather permits-.
Miss Hazel and Cecil Yuergens vis
ited with the Miller sisters at Warren
Saturday and Sundiav.
Don't forget to sec the big, fat tur
keys at District No. 12.
Thanksgiving vacation begins on
Thursday, Noy. 28. Hurrah! for the
turkeys. ./^J^i
Thomas visited at her home
at Warren Saturday accompanied by
Selma Johnson. v'-% i.*a
fiEugene Vanmeerbeeke was absent
from school last week. f?^!f^-1
Welves seem plentiful in this coun
try, by the sounds that are heard at
night time.
Don't forget the Thanksgiving pro
gramme. By another correspondent:
Wedding bells will be ringing in the
near future.
Miss Augusta Hogberg is sewing at
Hans Olson's this week.
Mr. and.Mrs. Louise Grund and chil
dren expect to leave for Pitt, Minn.,
the first part of next week/
Miss Ellen and Elvira Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. Pete Olson and Mr. John
Johnson were at Warren Monday.
Arthur, Robert and Emti Hogberg
and Thron Solum went to Crookston
Saturday for
re now belling the so called Clothes in their shops. 'They have books showing samples and Illustra-
tions. In New York and Chicago are Tailoring concerns that make the garments. The garments are cut
unscientifically after inaccurate measurements, rushed through in a few days and the result is what might be
expected: unsatisfactory clothes nine times out of ten.
There is no necessity for taking a, chance in clothes when you can come to us and be"perfectly fitted andsat-
isfied in garments that you cansee and wear home ifyouchoose. Suits all wool fabrics, nothing else, $10. to $30.
Ladies' Heavy Weight Cotton
sold on
Saturday and visited over Sunday
with Herman Solum who is attending
the Agricultural school at that place.
Dr. Holland of Argyle, was called
out to Mrs. E. Olson who was taken
seriously ill Friday evening. Mrs.
Olson has not been feeling well for
several week but became suddenly
worse that evening. We are glad to
state that she is somewhat better at
this writing.
There will be a program and btieket
party at the school house by Erich: Ol
son's on Saturday evening, Nov. 30.
Everybody welcome and, girls, don't
forget your baskets. ff~
By another correspondent:
Mr. Andrew Ostrand left for hisnext
home at Ferndale, Wash., last Mon
Mrs. Lars Larson, daughter Anna,
and son Carl, left last Monday {or a
visit at different points in Washing
Mr. O. L. Swanberg has been around
calling in his threshing bills.
Mr. Alfred Hagstrom attended the
Mission meeting at Viking Sunday
last. ^V"'
Miss Lena Haugen called on Mrs.
Levi G. Johnson Monday evening.
Church* "services were held at Fager
strom's on Monday and Friday.,
Mr. and Mrs. N. Knutson are'Visit
ing at the home of the Allen's near
Radium. *v
Mrs. Hage and daughter Alida, of
Halstad, visited at the home'of the
former's daughter, Mrs. J. O. Allen.
Everyone enjoyed the industrial car
and hope tor another sometime. The
following schools were represented:
Horgan', Turnlund, Pete Anderson, Mc
Gregor, Rude, Hill and. Radium
schools, Nils Engen of the Polk eonn-
e, the regular 18c kind will be
1 Oc
ty teacher^ force was abjo here,
Sunday school at Pete TurMund's
next Sunday at two .o'clock. Si*-^|fH
Josie Shantzen autoed to Warien
Saturday accompanied by Howard
Magladry and Ernest Otto.
Misses Inga and Bertha Nelson and
Mr. Norlund visited at Christ Eskild-
this week leaving Tuesday eve-
Miss Marie Sylvander was in War
ren Saturday.
Don't forget the box social or Hard
Times social at the McGregor school
house the 22nd.
Everyone welcome to the Thanks
giving program to be held at Radium
Wednesday. ff' -\_ Ur:A
Threshin gis no wa thing of the past
in this community. Arhaug & Olson
pulled in to their winter quarters last
Tuesday Olson and Engen pulled
home on Saturday and Engen & Olson
wound up on Monday.
Arhaug & Olson ground feed on Sat
urday and Monday.
filling Olson was at Angus for coal
for district 279 on Thursday^
Oscar Olson was at F. E. Nelson's
for potatoes on Friday accompanied
by Prof. N. M. Engen.
Ole Severson was hauMng grain to
Angus last week.
Did any one walk to Angus last Sat
urday? What followed?
A'surprise party, was given at W. H.
HaugHd's Saturday evening.
Mies Maud Peterson" accompanied
Ole Gjerde.tP Wi H. HaUglld'sJt Sun-
Oscar 01so and Nets Engen sp^ntLarson
Sunday evening at W. H. Hauglid's.
The new buggy has been' kept busy
since it was brought frbm'town last
1 .J^tf**^
1 urkey day is drawing: near and the days of TtirKSy
like wise be ready for the dressing and 5
Dress for the day.
Our new perquisites are right, these Overcoats at
$15., $17., $20., $22.50, $25. and $28. will cover the
dressing and preserve the flavor.
Chinchilla coats have "The Call" we -are'fortunate,
in having them, the good ones, at $22.50, $25.00
$27,50 and $30.00
NEXT SATURDAY we are going to give prices a
"Sting" nearly as wide in its scope as last Saturday,
owing to the fact that we were unable to wait on all
customers who wished to buy at that time.
we will give away a pocketknife worth $1. next Saturday
with every knee pants suit at $3.00 to $6.00.
Stamped Linens ooneistnig of Pillow Tops, Table Runners, Laundry
Bags, Center Pieces, etc., formerly sold at f\C
'50'and 75c, Choice ZOO
The Helgoland rural league meets
in the Solvik school house, district 279
next Sunday. Here's where you are
invttid. jftj
B. E. Arhaug was at War^nftir hi
neV range on Tuesday. "^'"V^
Baling Olson was a Warren shopper
on Tuesday. fv^ll
Ifirs W. H. Hauglid and Mrs. Lar
son were at Nelson's for potatoes on
Tuesday. v
Everybody heard it on Tuesday and
The secret society meit at' the Bee
Hive ott Sunday.
donefby them. *&
We'lfre all revelling in this glorious
November weather and the farmers
are busy hauling their grain to mar
ket, over the good roads. A long line
of teams may be seen waiting at the
Among those who attended the con
vention of the Luth. League at War
ren, over Sunday, were the Misses El
len Peterson, Hilma Palm, Levina
Nordlund, Ella Ediman and Mr. AnHolt,
drew Nordlund, Willie Hagglund and
Aimer Nordlund:_.. All reporit a splen
did program and an enjoyable ttmef
Mr. Paul Paulson and WUlie Palm
are visiting relatives and friends in
Sask., Can. \M
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Luth.
church will meet with Mrs. Guatave
Anderson on Friday afternoon.
Mr. A. J. Carlton left for the twin
cities last week. Before leaving he
disposed of his land interests here to
Mr. E. Edman and sons.
The meetings conducted by Rev.
and Rev. Jacojbson at the Bap
tist church have been well attended
and it Is hoped much good has been
'|i* *W*
and'saddened by the sudden desk of,
Lars Bergman on Monday mornaf'/
The funeral will be heW from the Sw.
Lut!h. ohnrch on Wednesday afterssMSx
at 3 o'clock. Rer. Anderson and_.'S^M
Wahhind of Warren, will offlctotev
'Tis the wink of an eye, 'tis ffro/
draught of a breath
From the blossom of health to &
\paleness of death.
Front the gilded saloon to the Wer
'^Md the-shroud.^^ -W
Oh, why should the spirit of mortal be
3"A ?r'l-
Miss Mary Thomas ,of Warren, vis
ited with Miss Wahlund Monday and,
Among those who attended the Lu
ther League convention at Warren
Saturday and .Sunday:
a -s
r.^s 1
The Ladies' Aid of the Norwegmn
Lutheran church met at the home of
Mrs. Henry Backstrom this afternoon.
were: Ottof^
Miss Ella Edman, Levina NowtA^
lundlund, Ellen Peterson, Edith Dago
berg, Clara Dagoberg, Marie Syrran
der, Mr. and Mrs. Nordlund and son
A basket, social and program w^U, h
given the village school next Tuesday
evening. Special music will be gtvenf\
by Alvarado mixed chorus. Solos by if*'
N. Lodoen and Walter Sands. Laa
bring baskets. Everybody welcome.
The Ladies of the Norwegian Lutfe
eran church win serve a "LmXtak-v 4
supper and hold an auction sale in s^
Woodman hall on Thanksgiving ay.
A fish pond win be another feature of*"
the evening. Music wlUalsobefur. 2
nished. Come one and aU and
courage the ladies who have so set*
ously labored to make, this a

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