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LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 16, 1924, Lemars, Iowa �e .iff are 0*roi4ff*�kl8 �feittinil VOL UV* NO. 101 Publlflh^^days and Fridays. LE MARS, IOWA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1924 $2.50 Per Year in Advance HOLIDAY TREE NOW ERECTED Remten Firmer Cites An Experience ; In Selling.Beeves - . Remsen Bell-Enterprise: A Remsen farmer, a regular patron of the the Sioux City, live stock market, cited an instance last week in speaking of the current prices commanded by hogs and cattle, of what he considers an indication 'of a tremendous and unwarranted rate of profit, enjoyed by the big packing concerns. This - I 'aT^r recently took three beef crlt- A, _ .; - _ iters to the Sioux City market and re- sk Donations for Good Del- telved a total o�- j8500 for taenij or low Fund Again ------ Wiring and Lighting May Be Oomt>ieted" Tonight by Light Company ADD BEAUTY FEATURE PROFIT TOO MUCH ACTIVITIES AT SCHOOL LIKED � / , � New Auditorium Provides Fine Place for Public Entertainments Wiring-and lighting of the Christmas tree* at Plymouth street and Cen PRESENT WEEK IS .FULL Operetta, Art Display and Lyceum Course Here Activities at the high school, auditorium "are holding the attention of a large number of Plymouth county! school J splendid j (28.33 per. head. They were the or-j dinary market weight cattle. A few weeks later, with tfie market price 'about the-same,. this farmer butcher-tral avenue, Is expected ,to be com-! ed three beeves at his home and sold pleted tonight, according to the Le the carcasses out among his neigh-,______,._______. ______ Mars Water and Light company,; bprs in Quarters, getting the regular people since the opening of .which Is furnishing the power free Packer price and his total receipts i and the completion of the again'this year. | amounted to $60.per head. Of course, new auditorium. The tree was erected Saturday, a the farmer agrees that the packers I For this week three entertainments group of workmen spending the great- imiBt have a profit, and that consid-. have been scheduled, the first being er, part of the day putting it in place, arable - margin must be' allowed for an operetta this afternoon and eve-E.'H. Carey donated the tree this handling, .but he is of the opinion, ning, entitled "One Christmas Eve." year. ' | that a difference of 532.00, or more j An art'display is being shown Wed- Hlnton. Feeder Tops Week's Word from Santa Claus. says that he than the orglinal cost of the animal, will have; a big load of ""candy and,'8 tar. too much, nuts, as be did last year, which will DOING tVOEIR BIT Donations for. the Good Fellow Fund, of Le Mars, have begun to come In, according to those In charge of the funds for the kiddies' Christmas this . season. Headquarters for receiving donations are the Commercial club office, R. J. Koehler's offlfca an,d The Sentinel office: Mr. Koehler reported yesterday that he had received 920 to date and one check for 82 had been received at The Sentinel office. No check was completed for the Commercial club amount, but reports are that donations rae coming In quite freely. Last year's gifts of candy and nuts for 1400 kiddies coSt 8350, and a like amount will be necessary this year..E. H. Carey has donated the beautiful Christmas tree this year, saving approximately 825. OBTAINS POST IN THE WESTI Young Le Mars Doctor to Take Up Work at Berkeley, California WINS HONORS AT UNIVER8ITY Miss Phi IS TRIPLE APPOINTMENT Receives High Recommendation in Different Quarters Margaret Strubte Awarded -� 4 Bela Kappa Miss Margaret Struble, of Le Mars, was one of fourteen students awarded Phi Beta Kappa honors for high grades by the faculty committee of Iowa State University last week. Miss Struble graduated from the University last summer and was one of seven students graduating at that time thus honored. 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 class. Among the latter Is F. Lowell Otte, of Sidney, Iowa, who has won all conference football honors for two years DEATH TAKES OLD SETTLERS J. S. Btoyt Was Well Known Stock Buyer and Horse-v man Here MRS. C. E. CLARKE DEAD End Was Unexpected and Came as a Great Shock Dr. Will P. Shepard, of this city, i ference football honors for two years j. J- S. Hoyt, a well known pioneer will 'leave after the new' year for , and was virtually unanimous choice resident of Plymouth county, died at Berkeley, California, where he has' for end on all mythical 1924 football- We home, 309 Third Avenue SB, received the appointment of health' elevens. Otte excelled In scholarship Thursday evening. Death was due to officer in that city. Dr. Shepard will as well as athletics and made a record heart trouble from which he had suf- MUECKE AGAIN SCORES It f^JtVTr �lht ^ENUMERATORS OF COUNTY NAMED 1400 kiddles were given-bags of candy and nuts by Santa and Mr. Haas expects more to be present this year. The estimated cost last year was 8360 and'Santa Claus almost ran'out of bags before the long line of kiddles was ended. Adding New Feature A. unique feature of' the tree this \ Trade nesday, Thursday and Friday by the junior high school. Saturday night' the first number of the Lyceum Julius Muecke & Son, of Hlnton, who Course will be presented. receive a salary of $4800 a year, of I seldom equalled In the University, which the city of Berkeley will pay | He received 66 A grades and 27 B $1800, the school department S1800 grades In three years and his percent-ana the Berkeley Health Center $1200. 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 Record: University of Minnesota in> medicine, John Brangwin, residing on Second SIX FqR year, providing the weather is cold supervisor and the men expect to enough, will be spraying the tree with receive their commissions so as to be-water, so that icicles will be formed gin this week. . quently employed on the staff of the topped the cattle.market early in thei-g^ university of Minnesota. For Operetta Is Today week with yearliftgs at $11.85, were on the few montn8 he has been as "One Christmas Eve," a Yuletide tne market Thursday with the top end operetta breathing the Christmas of the fe*�nS that established a new spirit, and "Midnight in a Doll Shop,", t0P for the, week, ^at $12.25. a doll review featuring graceful danc- These oatUe ^.?re high grade Here-ing, will be presented Tuesday after- fords of western.; origin. They were , - . *-JL . . . . 'noon and evening, December 16, in DOU&ht on the TJ market as County Apgnt Coddlngton has for-i the high school auditorium. ( calves a year ago.1 At that time they warded his recommendations for farm A brief synopsis of "The Miser's weighed 370 pounds and .cost $7.50. district| Dream," and "Midnight in a Doll Todav they averaged 1,064 pounds. Shop,"/follows: i There were twenty-five head in the The story is one of Christmas. At. preventive medicine and public j Avenue NW, is confined to his home health. He served during the world war�in a medical unit and was subse- MEN RECOMMENDED GATHERING FARM CEN- ........8us DATA census enumerators to the to help beautify the tree. This plan Clarence Singer, of Le Mars, will' ^h0�Penlng We I,nd M,ser Money-oags has been worked successfully in oth- have charge er towns nearby. of the district No. 80 cares for nothing on earth, but his money, scoffing at Christmas'and Celebrates Her Birthday Mrs. Anna Grlmjes celebrated her - - i uui iiioaey, scomng at unr: whicV includes the towns of Akron |lt8 Cheer. In the distance are heard seventy-eighth birthday Friday at the Similar to last year, tfiere will be and Westfleld, -and Grant, Portland. � tbe volces of children, merrymaking, home of her son, H. Grlmjes, West a good fellowship fund, receiving do-, Preston and Westfield townships. j Finally he falls asleep.-and his dream Plymouth street. The guest list in-nations of money, clothing, toys and Sam Schessler, of Le Mars, is enum- j ls visited by the elves of the different eluded Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Grlmjes, other helpful articles.-which will aid erator for district No. 81 which in- virtues. I Mr. and Mrs. J. Grlmjes, Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus greatly in taking care of eludes the towns of Le Mars and, The cast of characters is: Old Miser chas. Danne and son, Mr. and Mrs. the large number of children here. Struble and America, Elgin, Fredonia. Money-bags, Ronald Hayes; Dame Harry Schrooten, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Headauanters for the fellowshln and Meadow tm�m<.�.in \. end shewill dls-; AVFreklng, of Le Mars, is enumer-tribute them in placeir where: they are S ator, an4 Oalrth Knapp, of Westfleld; >�jjtf.�...-A�. .....iofc^p.84, o''^'/--'';'"v:i?^r"i.'--i^ST.fcr^5�'' ^5r,�hl^"*"*r'"' �el*y "na 8imtxfDolls, Jane Kluckhtthn and Eileen' cold north has been shown a large Scouts,to Wisf-in l�Wta� 'Pfl. . . . ennmor Boyce; French Doll. Dorothy Mieras; number of Le Mars people since Sat- a few days before the_a^al of Fred Jeffers of Le Mars Is enumer-' Captaln of the Wooden Soldiers, Helen urday night, at the Madison meat Santa Claus, ^ he has informed ^the ator inn* rict No^^85 which includes Coa Q Wilhelmine Koehler; market window, where there are die- Commercial club to take care of this the towns.of Merrill and BrunsviUe , PleretterUndine Donahoe Played the bull moose and deer shot part for him.; Advance information and Johnson Liberty, Plymouth and Hoffman Sailor Doll. Dor- by the hunting party from Le Mars says that he will probably ajrlxe ina .T^�^' . . .-I otoy Martin; Jingle Bells, Annto Og- the past month, sled or truck, with his load of pres- Alternates will be appointed for all . ... D tives, according to a dispatch from Chicago, which says: Seven cousins of the late William Nelson McCiintock, 21-year-old million-. aire, who died on the eve of his In-'Sarah E. Pierce in 1876 while living tended marriage fo Miss Isabelle Pape, |in Illinois, and in 1880 they came to ley January 5 to take over the duties j fe T^^^^i ^ Plym0Uth cC�"ntyc ,, u of Dr. Frank Kelly, who has held the1 ?y. TWch the bulk of McCllntock's es- Early Settler Here post for a year and onelhalf and who :tate ? le" to his foster father and his Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt went to farm-will give up municipal work to devote! !w^hnenanrt The estate may run to | "g, ln T?nl t0Twn�hlP 80on' a"^ his entire time to the University of $8:000.000. their arrival in Le Mars, and bought California, where he is assistant pro- Attorney Orvllle Taylor, represent-1 land there. In the later eighties Mr. fessor of public health administration.! ,nK tne cousins, who live in Ottumwa,| Hoyt came to Le Mars and engaged He was the unanimous choice of Su-,Iowa- to
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