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LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 16, 1924, Lemars, Iowa are 0*roi4ff*kl8 VOL NO. 101 and LE DECEMBER 16, 1924 Per Year in Advance HOLIDAY TREE NOW ERECTED Firmer Cites An Experience In - Remsen A Remsen a regular patron of the the Sioux live stock cited an instance last week in speaking of the current prices commanded by hogs and of what he considers an indication a tremendous and unwarranted rate of enjoyed by the big packing This - I recently took three beef - to the Sioux City market and re- sk Donations for Good a total for or low Fund Again Wiring and Lighting May Be Tonight by Light Company ADD BEAUTY FEATURE PROFIT TOO MUCH ACTIVITIES AT SCHOOL LIKED New Auditorium Provides Fine Place for Public Entertainments lighting of the Christmas at Plymouth street and Cen PRESENT WEEK IS Art Display and Lyceum Course Here Activities at the high auditorium holding the attention of a large number of Plymouth school J splendid j They were the dinary market weight A few weeks with market price this farmer Is expected be ed three beeves at his home and sold according to the Le the carcasses out among his Mars Water and Light in getting the regular people since the opening of Is furnishing the power free Packer price and his total receipts i and the completion of the | amounted to Of new The tree was erected a the farmer agrees that the packers I For this week three entertainments group of workmen spending the have a and that have been the first being part of the day putting it in arable - margin must allowed for an operetta this afternoon and Carey donated the tree this he is of the entitled Christmas ' | that a difference of 532.00, or more j An is being shown Feeder Tops Week's Word from Santa says that he than the cost of the will a big load of too as be did last which will DOING BIT Donations the Good Fellow of Le have begun to come according to those In charge of the funds for the Christmas this Headquarters for receiving donations are the Commercial club R. J. Koehler's The Sentinel Mr. Koehler reported yesterday that he had received 920 to date and one check for 82 had been received at The Sentinel No check was completed for the Commercial club but reports are that donations rae coming In quite Last year's gifts of candy and nuts for 1400 kiddies coSt 8350, and a like amount will be necessary this H. Carey has donated the beautiful Christmas tree this saving approximately 825. OBTAINS POST IN THE WESTI Young Le Mars Doctor to Take Up Work at California WINS HONORS AT Miss Phi IS TRIPLE APPOINTMENT Receives High Recommendation in Different Quarters Margaret Awarded 4 Bela Kappa Miss Margaret of Le was one of fourteen students awarded Phi Beta Kappa honors for high grades by the faculty committee of Iowa State University last Miss Struble graduated from the University last summer and was one of seven students graduating at that time thus Five of the other Phi Beta Kappa awards went to students who graduated last June and five to the members of this year's senior Among the latter Is F. Lowell of who has won all conference football honors for two years DEATH TAKES OLD SETTLERS J. S. Was Well Known Stock Buyer and man Here MRS. C. E. CLARKE DEAD End Was Unexpected and Came as a Great Shock Dr. Will P. of this i ference football honors for two years j. S. a well known pioneer will after the year for and was virtually unanimous choice resident of Plymouth died at where he for end on all mythical 1924 We 309 Third Avenue received the appointment of Otte excelled In scholarship Thursday Death was due to officer in that Dr. Shepard will as well as athletics and made a record heart trouble from which he had MUECKE AGAIN SCORES It OF COUNTY NAMED 1400 were of candy and nuts by Santa and Mr. Haas expects more to be present this The estimated cost last year was 8360 Claus almost of bags before the long line of was Adding New Feature A. unique feature the tree this Trade Thursday and Friday by the junior high Saturday the first number of the Lyceum Julius Muecke & of who Course will be receive a salary of a of I seldom equalled In the which the city of Berkeley will pay | He received 66 A grades and 27 B the school department grades In three years and his the Berkeley Health Center j age is 96.6 out of a possible 98. Dr. Shepard is a graduate of the With Yearlings at 812.25 Sioux City Live Stock University of Minnesota John residing on Second SIX providing the weather is cold supervisor and the men expect to will be spraying the tree with receive their commissions so as to so that icicles will be formed gin this employed on the staff of the topped the early in university of For Operetta Is Today week with at were on the few he has been as Christmas a Yuletide tne market Thursday with the top end operetta breathing the Christmas of the that established a new and in a Doll for a doll review featuring graceful These high grade will be presented Tuesday after- fords of They were - and December 16, in on the TJ market as County has the high school ( calves a year At that time they warded his recommendations for farm A brief synopsis of weighed 370 pounds and and in a Doll Todav they averaged 1,064 i There were twenty-five head in the The story is one of preventive medicine and public j Avenue is confined to his home He served during the world a medical unit and was MEN RECOMMENDED GATHERING FARM DATA census enumerators to the to help beautify the This plan Clarence of Le We has been worked successfully in have charge er towns of the district No. 80 cares for nothing on but his scoffing at Celebrates Her Birthday Mrs. Anna celebrated her - - i at includes the towns of Akron In the distance are heard seventy-eighth birthday Friday at the Similar to last will be and tbe of home of her H. West a good fellowship receiving Preston and Westfield j Finally he falls his dream Plymouth The guest list of toys and Sam of Le is j ls visited by the elves of the different eluded Mr. and Mrs. S. E. other helpful will aid for district No. 81 which in- I Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus greatly in taking care of eludes the towns of Le Mars The cast of characters Old Miser Danne and Mr. and Mrs. the large number of children Struble and Ronald Dame Harry Mr. and Mrs. Ralph for the and Meadow | Laura Christmas Mr. arid Mrs. Viola Fairy berg and family and George John After a very enjoyable evening Earl oyster supper was Butcher Gordon Helen unq HJ in a Doll The toy shop door is locked up tight And everyone is quiet for the night The dolls are In their best array There's be a wonderful rade v HUNTERS HAVE GAME SHIPPED | moose and deer displayed in madison market window Week with the Le Mars T. a younger brother who is finishing a medical course in will succeed to his position in the Le Mars Clinic next summer according to tentative arrangements at Fine Recommendations The Berkeley Times Dr. William P. leader in public health work In Iowa and formerly a member of the state board of health of will be Berkeley's new health Dr. Shepard will arrive in an attack of RELATIVES MAY DISPUTE TERMS IOWA COUSINS MAKING INQUIRIES A8 TO OF McCLINTOCK MILLIONS Contest of the will left by William of son William an early settler of may be made by Iowa he engaged in farming with his for a long Mr. Hoyt suffered a severe attack of heart and nervousness last spring and during the summer and fall months suffered many At intervals he felt fairly strong and was able to be around town and attend to his business and was up a few days before his final ' Born in James SearB was born at May 22, 1865, and was sixty-nine years and eight months His parents moved from Ohio to 111., in 1859, where James Hoyt grew up and received his early education in the public schools of that place and later attended Jennings As a young and when a boy in his engaged In buying which pursuit he followed a great portion of his He was united in marriage with for the fellowship and Meadow funds are Koehler's Harry of is office and The Sentinel ator in district No. 82, which given to this fund will be used braces Union and to help pay for the candy and nuts Stanton and labor connected with erecting the Victor of Is tree and - j enumerator and R. M. of Can Use Clothing I district No. 83, toys and other gifts will which Includes the town of Kingsley be turned over to Miss Mabel and Remsen and who is in of rion and Remsen ance to the end shewill of Le is them in they are S of 8imtxfDolls, Jane and cold north has been shown a large French Dorothy number of Le Mars people since a few days before of Fred Jeffers of Le Mars Is of the Wooden Helen at the Madison meat Santa he has informed ator rict which includes Coa Q Wilhelmine market where there are Commercial club to take care of this the Merrill and Donahoe Played the bull moose and deer shot part for Advance information and Johnson Plymouth and Hoffman Sailor by the hunting party from Le Mars says that he will probably ina Jingle the past sled or with his load of Alternates will be appointed for all D according to a dispatch from which Seven cousins of the late William Nelson 21-year-old who died on the eve of his E. Pierce in 1876 while living tended marriage fo Miss Isabelle and in 1880 they came to ley January 5 to take over the duties j fe u of Dr. Frank who has held the bulk of Early Settler Here post for a year and and who to his foster father and his Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt went to give up municipal work to The estate may run to | ln 80on' his entire time to the University of their arrival in Le and bought where he is assistant Attorney land In the later eighties Mr. fessor of public health tne who live in Hoyt came to Le Mars and engaged He was the unanimous choice of beean an inquiry to in the livery business for several ents and HENRY DIES Was a Resident Here the Past Forty-two Henry - & well known Dorothy Ann Dr. J. M. Fettes claims the These alternates serve ln in- Mary Frances Gail which is a large animal with beautiful antlers and The moose is thought to be about fifteen years A hole torn through the antlers by a bullet indicates that other hunters districts if they can These alternates serve in ability of the supervisor to act also assist him in completing the Give if their assistance is is the title of the first number of the winter lyceum course for which will be pre- - a Known Mary Moore leaves WITn pre- eot a shot the Clark Miss Alice the is claimant of the al day night a Met illness I will remain in Le Mars until after Mr. had been troubled j Christmas and then join her mother with hernia for a long time and In day suffered a displacement of the rupture with serious He to a but his tion became rapidly worse and hei ' C Al 1 passed away ten o'clock day night WAS A WELL KNOWN HOG AND CATTLE 8ALESMAN DURING HIS LIFETIME Henry was a resident of Plymouth county part of his life after coming to America forty-two years at which time he came directly to LeMars from He lived on a farm near S. for sixteen years and then returned to Plymouth - He was born in the grand of Word has been of the death of James E. Hopkins at his home in took place Mr. Hopkins was about 60 on June 14,1866, and grew up there and was married to Mary up in In his youth he was associated with his Pat They came to America in 1882 and engaged in in which they were verv J for a number of When still a Mr. is survived by his 1 Ty wife and nine children who are i the Sioux City stock yards Henry Bernard Later he worked for other Wnk Kenmare S tlT a He later op- Minn as an waer buyer at the Sioux St. Miss beth and 7fraf I & and likewise was a I er for Armour tnd During the joint auspices of the Departmental club and the LeMars high The Vivian a New York has been secured for the entertainment and critics have praised them highly upon their talent shown ln this Of interest are the New York newspaper criticisms that followed the premier of Cinderella on Here are Interesting The Morning and Abounds in Alexander The and pretty and The audience showed its approval in a way seldom Alan on page of Schools H. B. tbe Interests these relatives of Dr. Robert O. father's and made of the health and City copy of the will as the first ager John N. He comes cousins bear the name of Berkeley recommended by the and had retained his firm to board of health of Minnesota and represent He would not discuss the United States public tne Possibility of health the department of I Attorneys for the Northern Trust medicine of the University of caused the firm to be and the with him being associated his They disposed of their livery business after a few years to Miller & and returned to Union resuming farming For some years Mr. Hoyt in conjunction with W. d. Munro conducted a general store at temporary Fire destroyed the store in resume minor suits filed Asks That Be Quieted in Property at The Midwest bank has filed suit against O. C. Brown judgment for The petition sets forth that who beneficiary under the has he made his home as Miss Pope was gaging in the buying and selling of a year for life in the LEGION WILL MEET live stock and came to be known as one of the most enterprising stockmen in this part of the Mr. Hoyt served as city councilman at one time and a few years ago was city Willie a resident of Union township he held office as a check written by A. S. Crabb and Promise Another Sensational Meeting endorsed by the cashier of the bank Similar to One ' of was Installation of newly William Hoffman has filed suit a good program and lunch will | township trustee and in other ways against Luella Glen her I be the features of the last meeting of fave of nis and attention to Edward Francis j this year for the American 110 Leonard Dorothy Wasmer which will be held at Leona Hoffman and F. Columbia hall stating he Is the owner The adjutant promises another good property ln Westfield in which they claim to have and asks that title be quieted in so in the which is an old I with a pretty skin and small It is said the cost of expressing the game was the moose | Club Will I and for the moose was All departments of the dragged twenty-three miles on sledges tal club will meet at the Dr. Fettes dropped the | al church at 8 moose at a distance of about 125 ( when a program will lie and Mr. Bolser dropped en In charge of the music department deer at about seventy-five | of They were both shot about twenty-three miles from Hudson Bay Junction Mrs. J. A. of writes that they will discontinue farming in the spring and go into gen. Mrs. David of eral mercantile Mrs. Sayer and Mrs. Roy of Is a sister of Mrs. Nick Nemmers of 111., came to attend the funeral this city and well known Mr. their sister and Mrs. C. E. j Sayer was postmaster at Struble for several page of minutes and all members who are not familiar with the good time had at the last meeting should get in touch with regular attendants and plan to be present at the Thursday night New life ls being instilled into the Legion of HOME LIGHTING CONTEST CLOSES WINNERS OF LE MARS ANNOUNCED BY WATER AND LIGHT COMPANY OFFICE Events in the Lives of Little Men Mrs. Hugh Sioux are also 29 The funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at 6t. Joseph cburch ORDERED TABOO le citizen complaint to bureau of investigation at the war he enjoyed a wide order business for British and Canadian He was regarded as the keenest hog men in the business and was widely known at all leading He is said to have made and lost several fortunes in speculating in In 1904 Mr. Hopkins went into business for himself under the firm name of Hopkins Commission Three years later he moved to Chicago and went into the live stock commission In He moved to Sioux Falls in 1919 and for two years bought and sold soft drink emporiums and gloux market er places in LeMars must to ln 1921, Mr. Hoping to an edict received from the state 1n the same line of department of justice at Des business there until death Friday Everyone knows punch boards are con- trary to but their use is tolerated | He lg by his wife Mrs. in some cities and towns ot his aged eluding | his T. Sheriff Hugh Maxwell 1b in receipt w. and two Mrs. R. of a letter from the bureau of g Molamphy and Mrs. Lyman of which Attorney General Ben 8U6( aIj jiving at S. D. J. Gibson and J. E. are Punch which are operated in candy drug The communication I am receipt of a complaint from Weather For the period December 16, De- Le Mars stating that number of 20, issued by the punch boards are being operated at wether for upper I you would see sippi and lower Missouri that same are stopped at most of mostly fair of er except snow about Tuesday or By J. E. Mrs. Hoyt died March 7, 1912, at which time Mr. Hoyt suffered an illness which nearly proved fatal and weakened his formerly strong For the past few years Mr. Hoyt made his home with the Horace Lee who rented his Mr. Hoyt ls survived by his Harry C. of Union and seven He also leaves a Mrs. Eleanor of La and a Fred of Was Good Citizen J. S. Hoyt was a good citizen and enjoyed the respect of the community where he lived for the past forty-four He was active and industrious and occupied his time profitably and took a healthy interest in public affairs and community Ho was greatly Interested In stock of all and bought and sold horses and cattle the greater part of his life and gained a wide reputation as a. stockman of judgment and Twenty or thirty years ago when Plymouth county had one of the finest race tracks in J. S. Hoyt a member of the Plymouth County Driving association and one of the men who helped put Le Mars on the when the sport of kings was in Mr. Hoyt had a most likeable on page Local winners In the home lighting contest advertised in The Sentinel j have been The prizes were for first for second prizes and for third In the girls division tho following were Alta Le age 13, Oth grade Rose G. age 18, St. Joseph third Lois age 14, ninth grade For the boys division Marshall age 15, high won second Elmer age 13, 8th grade St. Joseph H. ago 15, Junior High All the contest winners are pupils in Le Mars These winning essays are forwarded tq national headquarters and will bo considered in the award of the general prizes The judges in the local contest were three teachers in the LeMars public Misses Dorothy Cuss and Jeanotte Trei and Mrs. Edna The local manager of the contest handed out 150 ot the descriptive | Qn page six of thla Issue ot Tuft registered 79 Of Sentinel we print in liou of the number twenty-three completed jar farm news page the Plymouth their seventeen being girls county Farm Bureau This page and six which Is prepared and edited toy tho - Farm Bureau will appear at A basket social and program will regular Intervals in The Sentinel and given by the Seney school at the a copy 0f the paper containing it la Seney hall Thursday mailed to every member of the 18. Everyone cordially Invited to mouth County Farm A small fee will be charged | While a of the space is not bringing Ladies voted to Farm Bureau It please bring can be read with interest profit - by all Interested in farming in who has been on mouth which means slck list Home time with a ally everybody Uvlug In the plication of ls reported In a I weakened He was W. B. Parkinson haa been ing from bladder and kidney trouble appointed to give the Holton Talent when attacked by He has Tests ln LeMars and Sioux These recovered from the effects of tests enable one to know whether or pox but the internal malady makes not he can learn ito play a musical condition before SENTINEL ADDS FARMER FEATURE NEWS PAGE OF BUREAU WILL BE MAILED REGULARLY TO ALL
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