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Friday afternoon at one o'clock^you
.are cordially invited to attend the
-school program of the Radium school
The pupils and teachers have worked
3iard to prepare an interesting pro
gram for you rind your presence will
i greatly, appreciated. The following
ifl the program in main part:
An address of Welcome, By Josia:h
Song, "Silent Night," by School
"Lonely tittle Shepherd Lad," by
Dialogue, "The Christmas Crazy
"A Christmas Suggestion," by Ed
Exercise, "Baby Dolls" by Primary
Monologue "Grandma's Treasures"
tj Alma Olson.
Song, "Hear The Bells," by Ruby
"The Christmas Stocking," by James
Recitation, by Roy Rutz.
Dialogue, "City ignorance."
"That Naughty Jimmy Brown," by
Song, "Merry Christmas," School
Recitation, Clarence Anderson.
Monologue "In the Street Car," by
Dialogue, "Mother Goose's Christ-
"A Stitch in Time," Luella Shultz.
Dialogue "Christmas in the Air."
Song, "Blessed Song of Christmas"
Closing Address, By Lawrence Sed
lacek. COMMUNITY CLUB
Community club was not postponed
as previously planned and everybody
turned out to enjoy a pleasant even
ing together. Election of officers for
the coming year was held and as a
mark of appreciation of the work
done by the officers to make a suc
cessful beginning year they were all
re-elected. Carl Turnlund, president
Ray McGregor, vice president Harry
Sedlacek, secretary, and H. G. Kram
A' lunch of coffee and pie was much
enjoyed. We thank Messrs. Nels Lund,
Olaf Christianson and Henry Olson
for their good work in preparing and
serving the lunch. The next refresh
ment committee will be Mrs. F. Rutz,
Mrs. Aug. ^chlie and Mrs. Chas.
Loeslie. The gentlemen will have a
rest this time.
A new program committee was ap
pointed, Miss Fricker, Miss Tillie Sed
lacek are on the committee.
Special thanks are due Miss Myrtle
Roseland, 4Mrs. J. H. Pierce and Mr.
Ray McGregor for the good -program
rendered at the past three meetings.
The next program will be held the
first Saturday in the New Year.
The club is gradually growing big
ger and better all the time and such
to keep on is the spirit for the com
FESTIVAL AT RADIUM
The German Lutheran Church at
Radium will have a Christmas pro
gram and Christmas tree on Christ
mas Day at five o^clock in the after
noon. Children and everybody invited
to join and help make this a glad
A number of friends and relatives
were entertained as dinner guests at
the home of A. L. Rud in honor of his
daughter, Jorgina Rud, who is going
to spend the remainder of the whiter
Austin Brekke has been on the sick
list the last few days.
Chas. Sommers, Zink and Hans Rud
are busy loading hay cars nowadays.
Earl Cook left for Bemidji Monday
evening after a week's visit with hi3
brother, Mr. M. R. Cook.
Alfred Horgen has been quite ill
for some time, but we are glad he is
Joe Potucek, of Washington, has ar
rived for a visit with his parents and
toothers of Comstoek. Relatives and
friends were mighty glad to see him
again and to find him so hale and
liearty. At least the west has not
made him "lank."
Mr. N. Schantzen and family and
Miss Esther Fricker spent Sunday eve
ning at^the F. Rutz home.
Mrs. Ole Nelson and Mrs. Chas.
Loeslie spent Sunday evening with
Mrs. August Schlie.
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A baby boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Bernhard Schlie Dec. 14. Con
Christ Clausen left Saturday for
St. Paul where he will visit- his
brother Thorval Clausen who lives at
John Emanualson made himself a
new pair of skis last week. How's
Miss Zella Yuergens returned home
Friday, evening after an extended
visit at her sister's Mrs. CarJ /An-
John Stroble, Jr., has had a car
load of Tamarac wood shipped in
from his Bemidji farm and has been
selling it out for fire wood.
A number of young people enjoyed
a pleasant sleigh' ride out to the Joe
McGregor home after community club
Saturday evening, and enjoyed a sec
ond hot cup of coffee and lots of
other good things.
Christ Clausen visited his sister,
Christine', at Thief River Falls the
fore part of last week. Miss Clausen
is very ill.
Miss Luella Jontz, who has been
spending the summer and fall with
Mm. J. H. Pierce, has left for Grand
Forks where she' will.^visit Mrs. Geo.
Miss Lillian Lull spent over Sunday
with Miss Pearl Nelson.
Master Kenneth Cook assisted Mr.
Leigh Peterson with duties over Fri
day and Saturday.
The following spent Sunday evening
sleigh riding: Misses Pearl Nelson,
Gladys and Edna Knudsen, Ruby and
Hazel Cook, Josephine and Charlotte
Loen, Gladys and Tillie Potucek,
Grace and Zella Yuefgens, Masters
Kenneth'Cook, Wm. Yuergens and Al
bert Knudsen and Messrs. Earl Cook
and Chas. Potucek.
Clarence and Otto Horgen visited
atE. Knutson's Friday evening.
Miss Pearl Nelson has charge of the
Clausen store during the absence of
Mrs. Chas. Turnlund was a welcome
caller on friends in Radium Saturday
Tha library books placed in the bank
by the Women's Service Club are in
great demand and" those who have
read them say they are a very good
collection. There are a few books left
on the shelf and you are welcome to
call and get one.
A number of young folks enjoyed a
sleigh ride party out to William Po
tucek's home Sunday evening.
Misses Edna and Gladys Knutson
and Master Albert Knutson spent
Sunday afternoon with Miss Pearl
SUNDAY SCHOOL NEWS
There will be a Christmas program
and tree Sunday evening at 7:30 P.
M. in place of the afternoon services.
Sunday,, the children*will practice
during the afternoon. The following
program will be given Sunday even
Song, "Tell the Story of Jesus,"
Recitation, "Happy Christmas,"
"Bells of Christmas," Irwin Essig.
Song, Ruby Clausen and Rhoda
Recitation, "Long Years Ago," Arlie
Acrostic, Nine children.
Christmas Hymn, Little Children.
Recitation, "Hang Up Babies' Stock
Christmas Carol, Chorus.
Recitation, "Hilda's Christmas," Ag
Dialogue, "Christmas Fairy."
"Away in a Manger," Little Chil
"Little Town of Bethlehem," Irene
Boys Quartette, Christmas Bells.
Christmas Solo, James Pierce.
Reading, Gladys Knudsen.
Silent Night, Chorus.
Everybody is welcome and is in
vited to attend the program Sunday
evening at 7:30 o'clock, Dec. 24.
The meeting of the Women's Ser
vice Club held with Mrs. Alfred Pe
terson was a very pleasant affair. The
Christmas, tree and the gifts added
much to the merriment of the after
noon. Mrs. F. Rutz was elected to
fill the unexpired term of Mrs. Ern
est Otto who recently moved away.
The next meeting will be held Thurs
day, Jan. 4, with Mrs. J. H. Pierce.
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day night to pay his subscription. We
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"Well," he said, "I have lost two
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ter the war I sold my corn for $4,000
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around. 60 now and hogs are fairly
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