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Warren sheaf. (Warren, Marshall County, Minn.) 1880-current, December 27, 1922, Image 5

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Buy it at the Rexall Store.
Number 158 takes the centerpiece at
Pearson's Bazaar. i
Miss Nella Rokke spent Xmas at
Newfolden visiting with relatives.,
Caddie Robinson, of Duluth, "isi
spendingth holidays visiting her par
ents in the city.
The First NationarBank of-Warren
has several good teams of horses for
sale. Prices and terms right. Call
at the bank. Also some good cows.
i 'VP-
Number 158 takes ,the cenjterpiece at
Pearson's Bazaar. (X:-"
$5.00 a month will plage-a Colum
bia Grafonola in your home.B. L.
Miss Dagney Lindstrand returned
for a visit with her parents from
Dickenson, N. Dak.
Leonard ,Winberg, manager of the
Standard Oil Co. at JStephen. spent
Xmas in the city.
Now is the time to frame your pic
tures. A big line of jnew patterns
just in.B. L. Tornell.v*
Miss Donnie Williams left Saturday
for Minneapolis where she^will spend
Christmas visiting with friends.
Miss Anna Ducharme, of Crookston,
spent Christmas visiting with her sis
ter, Mrs. M. F. Philstrom in this city.
Mr. and Mrs^ Ed. Mossefin,. of .Fer
tile spent Christmas Day" Visiting at
the ft. B. Taralseth home^in this city.
A&. the year" 1922 will soon have gassed
and will live-only in our memories, take
this occasion^ to tender my hearty thanks
to all subscribers of,the Warren Telephone
Company for-their kindness td me and the*
operators during the year.
Wishing you one and all Prosperity and
Happiness in the coming year," 1923, I beg
to remain always at your service,
Propietor Warren Telephone Cdffipany
thbegin)Qing o^n.-.^tt
Buy^t at the Rexall Store,
Number 158 takes the centerpiece at
PearsoTfs Bazaar.
We are now grinding feed every day
of the weekFanners Mill and Eleva
tor Co.
Maynard Johnson left Thursday eve
ning for Elkador, la., to spend Christ*|
mas with his sisterkv^^^vL
Miss Hannah Hakenson left Satur
day evening for Minneapolis to spend
Christmas with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Knutson, of
Crookston, arrived Sunday for a visit
at the H. O. Fdrseth home,here.
Stock in the Warren Building and
\J'" -Loan association is now for sale and
can be bought for small monthly pay
A. N. Eckstrom and family left for
Moorhead last Thursday to spend
Christmas at the home of Mrs. Bck
strom's parents.
The Vasa Lodge will serve a Lut-at
flsh Supper at their hall in the John
son block on Friday evening. Supper
ready at six o'clock.
Miss Clara Halvorson, who teaches
in the Thief River-Falls schools, ar
rived the latter part of last week to
spend Christmas at home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bloomquist, of
Thief ftiver Falls, spent Christmas at
the home of Mr. Blopmquist's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bloomquist.
William Low, of Chicago, who is
^siting at his home in Crookston,
spent Friday visiting with his sister,
Mrs. Hunter -Quistgard, in this- city.
Miss Clara Knutson,v an instructor
in the State Normal School^ at'.Madi-
son, S. Dak., arrived Thursday to
spend the. holidays with her parents.
Archie Allen and Oliver Mattson,
students at Gustavus Adolphus Col
lege, St. Peter, arrived home Saturday
morning to spend their' Xmas vaca
L. M. Johnson, who is employed as
a miller in the Grafton mill, .was
home to spend Christmas with his
family. He returned to Grafton yes
terday. ,-*'._
Mrs. Albert Peterson and children,
of Minneapolis, arrived Sunday morn-,
ing to visit at the home of Mrs. Pe-.-Saturday
terson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
The McCrea Farm Bureau Unit will
hold its next meeting at the W. H.
Grange home on Thursday, Dec. 28th.
A community dinner will be served, at
noon. v-f-
Edward Nelson, who is taking voca
tional training at the*Agricultural,Col
lege at Fargo, is spending the Christ
mas holidays here with his family and
his parents.
Miss Eda Swanson, who teaches
school at Nashwauk, came home last
Friday to visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. M. Swanson, over the
Christmas vacation.-
Arthur Melgard arrived in the city
Friday to spend Xmas with his par
ents. Mr. Melgard is at present lo
cated at Gatzke where he is a gravel
checker for the county.
Misses Helen Lundgren, Ruth John
son, Hilma Skoog and Ethel Johnson
returned Thursday from Moorhead,
where they have been attending the
State Teachers' College.
Emery Johnson, manual training in
structor in the public schools, left[ for
his home at Alexandria last Thursday
evening to spend the vacation with
his parents at that place.
'tCoach"G. W. Schrantz after "accom
panying the basket ball quintet to
Thief River Falls last Thursday even
ing left from there for Missouri to
spend his Christmas vacation with his
''v- V' "r%*:, VJ
/I you have "hot sent the, .Sheaf as
a Christmas gift to any of your folks
who Sfive left Warren, you can still
send it as a New Tear's present that
will be appreciated every week,.in the
coming year
O. H. Frad, of Harmony, Minn., ar
rived on Tuesday of last week to
spend the winter visiting at the Jiome
of "his brother-in-law, M. Winbejrg, of
Utthis city. Mr. Frad was formerly
in business in his home town.
^Licenses to wed were issued by
Clerk of Court A. C. Swandby to
Bernhard Engelstead and Carrie Sahl
berg Henry A. Wraa and Carrie J.
Hanson**, Oscar Haugenr and Alma Rin
kel Clarence Jacobson and Ada Ger-.
Vega Young Peoples Society will
hold a New Year's Vigil Sunday eve
ning, Dec. 31st, at the church. A pro
gram will be rendered commencing at
3:00 o'clock after which lunch will be
served. Come and_r watch the Newa
Year m.'
-j- Mr. Geo. Cass, of Fordvilie, N. Dak.,
arrived Monday evening for a visit at
the home of his nephew G. F. Tatro,
west of Viking. Mr. Cass, left on
Wednesday evening for Stanley, Wis.,
to visit at the M. H. Tatro home and
other_relatives at different points in
Wisconsin.?$ijgaff -h^^rjv ijg*3^
vMr. ancT Mrs. E. C. Johnson and
daughter Betty Anne came up from
Detroit Saturday morning to spend
Christmas at the home of Mr. John
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henning
Johnson., They are moving to St. Paul
this week as. Mrs Johnson has accept
ed, a position
,day^ Mr.
Save $55.00
Learn nanking, accounting, sec
retarial work, bookkeeping, short
hand, typewriting, and prepare for
a position "HIGHER UP." It takes
but a short time and- the cost is
moderate.' Enter at once and you
will get a reduction of $55 on your
tuition.tr Write -the Union Com
mercial ^Colleger Grand Forks, N.
Dak., for' free catalog and full
.Mrs. Nora~.D. Clark, of Strathcona,
is a Christmas visitor-at the R. H.
Clark home.- && *rJ
Miss Mildred Wallln and her" mother
left last Friday to spend Christmas
Sherwood, N. D.
Grace Braggans returned Friday
from Northfield, where she is a stu
dent at Carleton College.
Miss Hazel Bengtson, of Grand
Forks, N. Dak,, visited" with her par
ents near Warren during Christmas.
-Arnold Lindstrand returned Thurs
day from St Cloud where he is a stu
dent at the State Teachers' College.
Mrs. Aug. I. Bystrom returned horn*
last JPriday from a several, weeks' vis
it at her parental home, in Minne
apolis rj
Minnesota at the College of Agricul- Y^*-
ture an enters upon Jijs new duties Carl A. D. Lindgren left last
Thursday to spend {he Christmas ^holi
days, at the nome of her parents in
Grand Forks. Mr. Lindgren. left Sat
thome spend-d
Januaryd1st. Mr. Johnson has been**,.**
county- agent in' Becker county daring
the past year or two_and to be given
a ""professorship in the University is
quite* a promotion. "He is a Warren
boy who is making good.
P. B. Malberg, of Excel,
to business here last Saturday. He
made"a_ visit:lately to his old
at, Spring? Gardens Goqdhue county,
for the purpose of seeing, hhi old moth
er, one of the early "pioneer women
ot tli&, county^,now qnite,- feeble, and
^0r 88th, birth-
Malber visited -with
daughter" Irene, who ^has charge of
the culinary department^ in \a large
St. Pa^ut hospital. Daughter Mildred,
who is a missionary o tbe/M
,i .Clpirch^in ,the Straits JS^^ whose home
'&*&** Sivst. sent home ^a^ large is In
Chester McArthur arrived Thursday
for a visit with his parents in the
city. Mr. McArthur is a student at
the State University.
Deputy Sheriff John Bordewick re
turned Friday from Faribault where
he had taken John Grundvold to the
State Hospital for Insane.
Miss Edna Jensen Jeft last Saturday
evening for Mahnomen to spend the
Christmas holidays with her folks, re
turning to Warren- this morning.
Ingolf Grindeland arrived Saturday
front St. Paul, where he is employed
in the State Securities Commission, to
spend the Christmas holidays at home.
Miss Adeline Lindstrand returned
from Marshall, Minn., to
spend her vacation with her parents,
and Mrs. Gust Lindstrand, in the
Miss Mildred Johnson arrived Sat
urday to spend the holidays with her
parents. Miss Johnson is a teacher
in the public, schools of White Bear,
Milton Warner, a student at the
University of Minnesota, returned
Thursday morning to spend his vaca
tion with his parents who reside near
The Mothers' Club will meet next
Friday afternoon at'3 o'clock at the
library room at the high school build
ing. All mothers are invited to be
Miss Ruth Peterson returned Friday
morning to spend the holidays with
her parents. Miss Peterson is a stu
dent at Gustavus Adolphus College,
St. Peter, Minn.
,Get your next supply of writing'ma
of Hammermill bond tablets, envelopes
andT-box stationery in three different
finishesripple, linen and plain bond
Afleh. just received.
Mrs, Ralph Christiansoh? of Ada,
and Mrs. Ed. Perry of Minneapolis,
arrived Saturday to spend Christmas
at the home of their parents, Mr. and
MrSi M. Christlanson.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wassgren and
children jt Thief River Falls spent
Christmas at the home of Mr. Wass
gren's parents, Mr. and Mrs Elof
Wassgren, in -this city.
Marguerite. Holmquist, Elizabeth
Youngdahl and Zelma Cederlund ar
rived Friday for a visit with
parents. They have!
been attendinrthei
the State Teachers'
head*-^ ij-^'-?* ?:i-College,
"-x*." t-at*Moor-,"-
Miss Minnie Johnson, of Chicago*
111., visited with friends in the city
Friday.' She left Saturday morning
for Alvarado where she isr visiting
her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Char
ley Johnson. "^&i.'
Roy Severin,' Lawrence' 'a*in:l Ray
mond Swandbyr Henry Halvorson,
Mathew Halvorson and .Gladys Grinde-1
land .returned home Friday from1
Northfield where they are students at
St. Olaf College.
W. R. Low and family, of Crooks-,
ton, spent- Christinas Day visiting at
the Hunter Quistgard home. Mr. and
Mrs. Quistgard accompanied them to
Crookston on^the local lhat evening.!
Mr. Quistgard returned this morning
and his wife will remain there for
few days.
Mrs. O. F. Mellby and children ar
rived" Saturday from Thief River Falls
to spend Christmas at the home of
Judge Grindeland.-^ Dr. Mellby ar
rived JGhristriia morning.and spent
the day visiting, returning in the eve
ning-together with Mrs. Mellby and
the younger children.
Mrs. Olof Carlson and son Reuben
of Coleraine, Minn., after visiting
Warren last Friday left for Kennedy
to visit Mrs. August, Fogelberg, a
daughter of Mrs. Carlson. Reuben,
who was a pupil in the- Warren
schools many years when the family
lived here, is now a student at the
"University of Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. Moses HolsOn, of Oslo,
spent Tuesday in the city visiting
Miss Hannah Lindberg left for Ken
nedy last Friday to spend Christmas
with relatives and friends.
Dr. Charley Snyder, of Middle Ri
ver, spent the Christmas holidays with
his father, C. R. Snyder and family.
Do you want $1,000?" Let A. E.
Mattson, secretary of the Warren
Building and Loan Association tell
how you can get it..
Misses Ethel and Rose Rosendahl
returned Saturday from Grand Forks,
N. Dak., where they have been at
tending the State University.
Mr. and Mrs. Axel Nordstrom and
children spent Christmas at Alvarado
visiting with Mrs. Nordstrom's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas."Johnson.
Dr. C. A. Gunnarson left for Min
neapolis last Friday evening to spehd
several weeks with his wife and
daughter, who are staying at the Yet
ter home, parents of Mrs. Gunnarson,
this winter. Dr. Gunnarson expects
to be away until after New Year's.
Christmas at hi
an ^returne Tuesdas
mornfng. Mrs. Lindgren* returned .to
I this morning accompanied by
"her .mother who will -visit"*with her
daughter .for several days.4*
-ypit Haugen-RinkelFi^
OscaF Haugen and Alnia. Rinker
were married' by,, Rev. -Martin Hauser
afc'the-, Zhm Lutheran parsonage on
Dec. 21, '1822/ Arthur Haugen and
Hazel Hahgehi brother and, sister of
the groom, attended the happy couple.
The groom h* a- sori~ of. Mr. -and Mrs.
John Haugen prominent-early settlers
otr Fol'dahi and rthej, bride Is a highly
nrcFPTiwr DArjc
I Warren Markets
Wheat, dark northern $ 1.10
Wheat, northern spring 1.08
Amber durum .95
Common durum i .86
Barley .44
Flax i 2.37
Oats :__!.__ .31
Rye 70.
Flour, 98 lb. sack 4.20
Butter, per lb. .^.35
Eggs, per dozen .40
Potatoes. Too few sales to set
-a local market price.
Butterfat 50
Dressed Turkeys 1 '".31
Spring, Chickens ,09
^Heavy Hens .10
We wish to express^ our most hearty thanks to the
Women's Club of Warren and all other friends for Christ-
mas prese.i^given us. For your kindness and thought-
fulness we are deeply grateful. May the New Year bring
you many blessings. 7
Our prominent location makes thisv^
bank the handy bank to transact
your business at.
~&&r if you have a sum of money in our Savings
1 & Department, it is accessible to you at all fimesyf^
-.-,,._ yo
January and' December
now on sale
Music Room
assured that it is in a sate
r^ Place^tn y^jnay^an %^\p
f-r Why not put your name on our list of deposi-
tors without delay?
of Warren
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