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LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 28, 1924, Lemars, Iowa tt NO. 06 Published Tuesdays and LE NOVEMBER 28,1924 Per Tear in Advance 1NDSCASE Crowd Court Boom t Trial of Heart Suit SD TO KISSING fells of Shadowing Woman witness to be called to opening day of the of affection suit here by Anna it Rev. J. H. Comer tutor at against ' former member was the sometimes choked with so low that the could hear and at other biting Mrs. intimate details ot her A WORTHY CAUSE court room listened to 3Jj^>pmonjr, leaned forward with breath when the testimony ked of and chuckled when it took a turn to comer when the attorneys matched I across the counsel With Hill In the court room sat her one 16 and the other 1? years ot Across from them defendant in the clothed In mourning for who died in. Sioux City Testifies to Kisses Hill told ot seeing Mrs. Hili in Sioux - She told them In an automobile of seeing the Mrs. kiss before her of seeing them arms around each other them kiss three as IF rode down Pierce street to Mrs. Hill's testify Into a side irked Mrs. Hill and the party was consisting of her sister-in-law her drove around the block saw the two reclining in holding another his she yelled at Hill testified they only her with sickly grin on ' all Mrs. Hill on a day last June when her infixed Mrs. he had on his good suit of until that time going along quite 1th an occasional family than other families plr biggest trouble was over the she Especially Hill would correct them for and at the same time place the blame on her for their letters were court claimed to be written to his wife and said to be over with love for Most of letters were written by Hill he was over in France with a organisation during the Hill stated that Mrs. como over evenings and play with And that Hill fte time said he felt sorry for Mrs. because she bad no Mrs. and Hill such intimate terms that ije could stand it no 8 III A quarrel resulted in Tier husband told her to go her father and tell him that with she Mrs. Hm eald she went but the next She saw down but he kept she She claims him some letters In an touring him but he has not with nor since Him a on cross examination if she husband's Mrs. Hill most women She Christmas 8eal Sale Begins December V The sale of Christmas sealB sent out by the Iowa Tuberculosis association will begin Thanksgiving and continue The sale of the seals last year helped promote a great crusade for public health in Plymouth county and Fifty cent of the sales In county willbe used for health work in the schools in which are the other per cent goes to the State Tuberculosis association to promote health work in the state and The organization for the sale of seals in Plymouth county consists of the Mrs. J. W. Le Dr. A. H. Vice B. R. Vice D. C. Vice B. Vice R. J. Vice Miss Christine county Le Loa Red Cross Le Miss Florence public Le Miss Dorothy Red Cross FAVOR GRAVEL ON LE MARS ROADS WOULD CONNECT PAVING WITH GRAVEL SURFACE TO ALL PRIMARY ROADS The need better roads into Le Mars was the main subject for discussion at the Commercial club directors meeting this AH were agreed that the approaches into town on at least the primary roads should be gravelled and a committee was appointed to meet with the council and discuss ways and means ot bringing about that Improvement Various plans by which club and farmers more directly interested might cooperate to make possible the improvement were It is thought some arrangement can be made to connect the main thorough tares into town with the paving by gravelling until some surfacing program is for the entire coun This community would doubtless be willing to assist by popular subscription if the city treasury could not meet the entire and R. have tiled suit district court against David Woodley and Fannie Woodley asking judgment for claimed rent on a farm in Liberty P. J. Farrelly has filed suit against et for this amount being on various notes connected with the defunct bank at NUPTIAL VOWS ARE PLIGHTED Pretty Wedding Celebrated at St. Joseph Church in the Presence of Many Friends WELL KNOWN PEOPLE Joseph and Frances Freking Married Tuesday Many relatives and friends attended the wedding of Miss Frances Ann daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry of this and Joseph son of Mt. and Mrs. Herman of Elgin The ceremony took place at eight o'clock Tuesday morning at St Joseph Mgr. W. A. Pape The bride looked charming in her wedding gown of Superior crepe white with silver lace and her veil of tulle | was fastened in a crown of pearls which adorned her The bride carried a bouquet ot beautiful pink bridal a ter of the Miss Clementine wore a dress of Superior with silver trimmings with hat and accessories to She carried a bouquet of white The bridegroom was attended by his William Following the ceremony the bridal party and wedding guests drove to the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Freking where a reception was held in their and they received congratulations from many A noon wedding breakfast was served in four The rooms were prettily decorated in pink and white with roses and Mr. and Mrs. Groetken on a wedding trip east and will visit in Aurora and other The bride's going away dress was a pretty creation of brown wool cloth trimmed in fur with hat and Will Live in Elgin The bride Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry pioneer residents of this She was born and reared in this neighborhood and received her education la the country schools and in Le groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman of Elgin and was born and grew up He is a progressive young The young people will be at home to their friends after January 1. They will take up the conduct ot the home farm shortly when Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Groetken will mave to Le Mars where they have recently built a fine modern residence on First Street PRESENT HONOR BRIGHT High 8chool 8tudents Give Play in 8chool Auditorium Honor a three act presented at the school auditorium Monday evening before an audience of over 600 people under the direction of Miss Agnella The scene ot the story is the home ot one of the old New England families in the north coast above Boston and the story is built around the entanglement ot the young son ot the family with a chorus girl in who is to be a guest in the home ot her Katherine Gillespie appeared In the title role and Earl Klenk as Richard the young man troubles began when fiance to arrive for a dinner engagement in his home and grew more complicated when she did report at a late hour after Honor Bright a book had agreed to substitute for her until next morning and had been Introduced the family as the chorus girl The others in the cast Dick's Bishop and Mrs. Dick's uncle and Donald Munro anil Marjory Tot the chorus Ruby Rev. James Kenneth the the Mary the Margaret press Vance the James the Nell Simpson and deputy Clifford and Donald The production was well staged andr all the parts admirably FARM CENSUS WILL BE MADE Is First Time for Five Year Government to Appoint Checkers BASKETBALL TEAM CLOSE HERE Mr. and Mrs. of Western Union College are giving a song recital next Monday December 1. - The program commences at 8 o'clock and will be given at the college This recital is free to the public and is one of the series of faculty YOUNG WOMAN on page f TATE CHECKERS J COMPLETE TASK AND KEPT V IN EXCELLENT 8HAPE AT COURT - J. B. of Council and I. I. of Des state checkers from the auditing depart 8)ent at Des have completed in Le They have fen hero the past two or three weeks gaged at tho court house checking STARTED STILL TO RECUPERATE FACED BY INSOLVENCY MAN INVESTS IN EQUIPMENT TO MANUFACTURE BOOZE Completing a 30-day federal court sentence in the Woodbury county jail Roy Robinson was immediately rearrested for an appearance In district court at Le which is now in Both cases grew out of an alleged discovery of a large mash and accessories of a miniature distillery by federal and state officers in a raid on his farm in Plymouth near Sioux Robinson entered a plea of guilty to the charge In federal court and was sentenced to SO days by Judge George C. A bench warrant was in possession of the sheriff's office in Sioux City on a Plymouth county indictment when the sentence was Robinson was a former garage owner who told Judge Scott that when he was faced by insolvency he Invested his assets in equipment tor manufacturing illicit get on my feet Arrests followed and Robinson holds that be is completely bankrupt Ray Robinson pleaded guilty Monday before Judge C. C. Bradley to a charge of maintaining a liquor nuisance and was fined and Had Been for Several Years Miss Catherine Marie aged 22, died at the state institution in Cherokee Tuesday where she had been a patient for some The remains were brought here and the funeral will be held at Craig She was a daughter of Henry living In Sioux ' Death to tuberculosis and other Mr. and Mrs. Donoven Haislett and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. parents of Donoven all of St. Roger of Sioux and Mr. and Mrs. M great grandparents of baby will be Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the home of the parents ot Mrs. Donoven Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Discontinue Classes Friday Thanksgiving Vacation Western Union college and the Le Mars public schools closed day night for Thanksgiving vacation and will not resume classes until Monday all work for being This will give era and students living near here opportunity to spend the holiday homes or Wednesday afternoon the junior high school gave a program in the appropriate to the giving A DECLARE COUNTY J VISITORS FROM 'THE CITY CONDITIONS AND SURROUNDING ARE IDEAL Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Council and Mr. and Mrs. L. I. of Des were entertained at dinner at the county farm Friday evening by the Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. Jenkins and Mr. Truax have been here checking over the various officers in the court With their wives they went out at of- Mr. Kelly to inspect the Plymouth county farm and enjoy a social Mr. wher has visited many of the county farms in was loud in his praise and admiration of the Plymouth He declared the place was one of the best kept and well appointed he had seen in The appearance of the farm buildings and appurtenances pleased the eyes of the visitors and they admired the fine cattle and other stock on the The accommodations for the indigent and the cheerful surroundings also commanded the interest and attention of the visitors and they declared the trip to the county farm home was one of the most enjoyable they have had for a long DATA TO AID FARMERS Coddington Says No One Now Appointed for County This fall tho Federal Government for the first take a five-year census of checkers to be appointed for each W. F. county has received from headquarters regarding the new tout states that no checkers have been appointed yot tor thia county or He expects to receive more Information In regard to this matter in the near It has been customary for the state to take a complete census each five using the assessors as the work supplementing the For the first time in the history of the a five-year enumeration by special Federal men will be Many of the figures obtained will have a direct bearing on many farm problems that are being considered by farm Especially useful will be the farm valuation and farm debt and farm expense Since these are not usually on the short notice which may probably be it would be well worth every farmer's time to get accurate figures on these in order to be prepared when the census taker pays his To 8end Out Questions When the final schedules are ready for publicity tbe Iowa Federation office will make an effort to have the various questions sent out to farmers in order that study may be made in advance and the answers made as accurate aB it is possible to make One ot the most serious handicaps the farm organizations have in submitting the cases to the is in the lack of authoritative Union Consolidated 8chool Arranges 8erlea of Games The Union township consolidated after having been compelled to dispense with basketball during the past year for want of j a place to has arranged for a full schedule tor both the boys and girls teams for the coming The new gymnasium will be ready for occupancy this While they are handicapped on account of not having played for a full season it is expected that before tbe season is over the team will be able to hold its own with the neighboring The following is the schedule of games to be played at December 6-Westfleld. December 11-Hinton. January 30-Liberty. February 13-Grand February 20-Le Mars SOUNDS OF WARNING Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Seward and who is attending Conditions So Unusual and Trend of Future So ' Advice Not NUMBER BEING Thousands of to Packers For Roasters The outstanding note of a letter at this time might well of warning and It practice ot market to or to Their those ot noting and reporting tions as they At are so and the probable trends of are so well marked that a note ft are spending warning and advice might nidi Thanksgiving day at the of Mr. i Seward's Mrs. A. M. and in Rock Minn. They the trip in their car and will return Thanksgiving HELPING FRIEND ASSERTS ACCUSED PLAYING ROLE OF GOOD SAMARITAN WHEN RAID ICE CREAM PARLOR Record ef good service In the army during the World War and the tact that he was only enacting the role ot a good Samaritan when arrested Saturday night on a charge of probably saved A. M. Palmer from languishing in the county jail the next session ot the Plymouth grand jury Palmer was arrested In a raid made Saturday night by Le Mars officers on the ice cream parlor at Brunsville conducted by John Palmer told Justice W. 8. before whom he was arraigned that he was taking care ot the place because the had been Injured to a He denied selling liquor and said be statistical data In support of did not know there was any booze in M. J. of was in Le Mars Tuesday on position it is desired to Careful cooperation In making an accurate will do much to over- taker be in strictest so there will be no reason for not giving the actual A manufacturers census has been made every two years by the U. S. Bureau of Census for some time but agricultural interests have had to themselves with a census only once in ten It is time that America's greatest and most fundamental receive more attention and its needs be more American agriculture is slowly but surely receiving the recognition that it so richly Will Help Farming There are some good people who have the that farm production whether crop reports or census are used against But that is impossible so long as everybody has the figures at the same Every precaution is taken to make sure that all information of this kind is released to everyone at the same Crop reports have been handled that way for The Census Bureau gave out the facts obtained by the 1920 Census in the same If those who buy from farmers had such information a month or two in advance it is possible that they might manipulated the market to their But with the farmer as well the place until the officers came in and made a search The theme of the current report revolves around the market for pigs underweight Movement Is Heavy Movement of lights areas of the notably nut and acorn la heavy at this time of the year these hogs are moving sit a normal In addition to there is this year abnormal movement of pigs sections of the country because shortage of The hog belt gradually been extending Into the range country the last several and this season found in the old range country ever corn crop was near failure in the western the present and the crop of as a to thrown on the open of movement of such peered reached as result Not only did pigs all hogs lacking weight were down until at the present time in prices between lights AAA heavies is on for season of the and the widest the present fall selling at a greater spread hogs than at After hearing the evidence are for the Freeman ordered Palmer discharged from the proprietor ot the ice cream parlor in Brunsville is in a local hospital suffering from broken bones in his He will be given a hearing on a charge of maintaining a nuisance when he is sufficiently recovered to leave The local observes the Thanksgiving There will be no delivery by mail on either city or rural but tbe call window will be open from 9 to 10 a. m. Mail will be dispatched on the usual holiday houses will observe the holiday on their usual most of them closing all on pace Thanks MERRILL MEN 8CORE Native Com- Yearlings and Hogs manded Good Price Sioux City Live Stock H. a prominent farmer and the records and the books in stockman of was on the offices and loft Tuesday ket today with hogs that were good respective home to enjoy the enough to sell at He offered before going a car of hogs only eight months other Thoy stated before 259 that sold for that they found all the also twenty-one steers of his books in excellent and averaging 870 of the county officials that sold at 910.50. Plymouth county ranks Charles of was on the highest In the state for the the market Monday morning with a in which county business is load of choice The hogs conducted by its Harry Small and and of S. averaged 279 pounds 18.65. and sold for MIbs Mabel was a Sunday L. visiting at the home of guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. W | in the B. P. Harris IOWA MAN WINS HUSKING TITLE FRED OF FORT HUSKS 24 BUSHELS IN HOUR AND ONE-HALF Fred of Fort won the corn husking championship ot the The contest between the two leading huskers of Indiana and Nebraska was hold on the George H. Barues farm near twenty miles north of Des Stanek husked 1,705 or approximately twenty-four bushels in the hour and thirty minute It was originally planned to have contestants husk one hour and twenty minutes in both the morning and This plan was changed an I account of cold This makes Stanek unqualified champion of the year in as he bested tho record of 1,610 pounds in one hour and twenty minutes made by Ben of Grundy in the state contest by a placed fourth Stanek was a newcomer In championship husking He qualified just in time to enter Saturday's in which he placed winning He husked 1,411 pounds in the shorter period contest gives him tho the only prize of the The contest is held by The record of 1923, made by John of Mount Leo still husked thirty-three bushels of corn in one hour and minutes last but was eliminated for honors ' Warnings might well be against shipping hogs averaging der 180 pounds in aa they aire sure to encounter sharp Near Panic Prices Pigs are little above panic Very choice stock and killing pigs selling around and the plain to fair kinds down and Packers are taking light lights at around while paying upward to and for Good fat sows have selling up to or practically above good lights and above the best pigs This relationship of values cannot long Kei only will the country soon run out of underweight but buyers increasing eagerness to hay these bargain hogs as supplies of underweights commence to dwindle aruli the spread in prices will then narrow The narrowing of the is expected to lead to lights advancing rather than to heavies as it has been demonstrated the present week in the face of enormous marketing that good les are regarded worth current Should Hold Back Tho of the trado shows thai average hogs prices year after year reached their low points between November 16 and December 16. There is no reason to believe that the low time of tho present season will come later than as marketing has been well ahead of that of other The near approach ef tho season of the year when advances may be expected should serve to nerve up the country to hold back hogs that lack Hogs averaging 160 pounds need not be held long before attaining a weight of 200 At the present on page PICTURES TO BE EXHIBITED HERE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPONSORING FINE ART WORK AT NEW Exhibition of 200 framed and 300 small prints by old and modern masters of will bo held at the high school building throe December 17 to 19, under tho direction of tho junior high school in nn art * mo imn state championship contest und aro among tho Poorer corn this year is given as the i and well known of The pictures are loaned for three this year when ho placed fifth In days by Edson Art ot ' ' ' ' most cause for the low Corn lsj A sample of the class of art averaging something nioro than fifty In them was received by Supt an acre in the field used for A. and will be on display 1K>-tho fore the exhibit The will bo in the - In addition to tho art a program cf living tableaux will acting out a number of the Tho public schools aro closed from Wednesday afternoon until Monday morning on account of tho Thanksgiving holiday and most of tho teachers ter known and moro famous left Wednesday evening to spend i A small admission will bo Thanksgiving in their respective which will be used to I hires for the new
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