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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - January 12, 1933, Brainerd, Minnesota Per two the up Fineto Friy dispatch spa Nero Minnesota thursday Tantra of. News briefs edited by Mary Hawkins the dispatch solicits your help to making this column interesting. Vve will appreciate your phoning your news to no. 74. A. P. Drogseth has sufficiently recovered from an attack of i Fluer. To to resume his duties in the first a tic Aal Hank. Petri o. Zebarth of Emily will a old s services in the i Ake Hubert Chine Quot. Sunday evening taking the place of miss Busse. s old style lode ask at o. D. Laronn s. 134 2 Stewart Mills William Graham and Arthur j. Sullivan made a trip to Walker on business today. A. J. Knutson of Minneapolis is in the cite for a Short time. Miss Mary Lou Houston spent tuesday attending to business matters in St Cloud. Dance saturday night Jan. La Center town Hall. Tickets 40c. Everybody Welcome. Good music. Adv. Callers from Pine River wednesday included mrs. Phillip Nelson. Mrs. Laine of new York Mills was in the City attending to business matters yesterday. Mis Bessie Adams of it. Ripley returned to her Home after a cad in the City on business yesterday. Mrs. M. J. Ruttger of Deenweed returned to her Home following a visit Here on wednesday. George Moron of Minneapolis at tended to business affairs in the City on wednesday. I. I soot eats heat. Smoke steals Money. Avoid soot and smoke. Save heat and Money. Burn Chi Macol processed Standard Coal sold sex i Elu sively by the Standard lumber j j company. Adv j i miss Lueila Schaefer and miss i Alvera Bendon will spend Friday in the twin cities. Mrs. J. J. Warner and daughter i of Vergas minn., Are guests in the f. J. Casey Home. G. E. Calhoun of Little spent wednesday evening in the City. J. E. Ward of Superior attend d to business matters in Brainerd Cut Day. Modern Woodmen of America. Camp 2337 will hold installation of officers at their regular Moo tiny tomorrow Friday january 13th. After the mooting there will be a dance for Woodmen and their families and friends. The Royal neighbors arc invited. C. I Truhn clerk. Adv mis. Andrew Lund was called to Duluth on account t the illness of her sister mrs. Fred Johnson. Mrs. Johnson is a sister of mrs Erick Graff and mrs. Olaf Ness of this City. Meilon to retire after March 4 dog team pays visit to Brainerd it published in the Brainerd Dally a it the i f a t. It citizens state Bank of Brainerd Bank to. 116 statement of the condition of Cit Quot tens state Hank of Brainerd. Minnesota. As a it of december 3k 193 a. Resources loan and discount $ overdrafts securities Etc. A banking House furniture and fixtures either real estate owned. Checks and drafts in transit due from other Banks and Cash on hand Cash items and checks. 270.sss.04 125.41 6�,5g5.26 31,500 of 6,-10,85 113.11 118,213.38 10,213. If total ._____________ti,124,088.41 liabilities Raphal Stock i 2. ,.000.30 surplus fund a a 30.000.00 undivided profits net 4,y4 -.79 other re is 12.007.s4 Deposit Subj t to Check 8<o 707.70 certified checks 2,053.25 Cashiers Cheeks 2,31.hs savings deposits 330,340,70 time certificates 870,400.77 s. Koop of Minneapolis returned to his Home following an Over j night visit with or. And mrs. L. W. Galloway. Dance saturday night at Moran a in Nisswa. Adv miss Pauline Blair of Bemidji is a House guest in the Home of or. And mrs. Ernest Wise. John Linn is expected Home today from Tacoma wash., where he spent part of the holidays with hit sister. Dance at Gardner s Hall saturday january la. Music by Gateway Trot Haldors. Admission 85c couple. Extra lady Loc. 135t2 j Frank Lowey is confined to his Home with an attack of influenza. Total , 124.056.41 state of Minnesota. County of Crow Wing of we c. In by re. Vice president and e. W in be cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly Awtar that the above statement is Truf to Tho Best of our knowledge anti belief. C. Ii. Beroe vice president. K. W. Wire. Cashier. Correct attest two directors m. E. Kyan. C. In Beroe. Subscribed and sworn to before me a his 1211� Day of january 1133. C. A. Ryan of Scull mat Ary Public Crow Wing county. Minn. 51 a commission expires dec. 30th Everett Holm of Ironton was in the City on business today. J. Ward and u. S. Leach of Minneapolis were visitors in the City today. Or. And mrs. John Bush o Superior Are visiting with friends in Brainerd. Kildare old style Lud Fisk at o. D. I arson a. 1312 e. S. Meyer of St. Cloud is at tending to business affairs in the City. Brainerd was Given an Opportunity to see the method of transportation used in the Arctic Circle today when Eddie Barbeau together with his dog team Driver Harry Johnson and a team of six dogs and sled arrived from Stony Lake near Hackensack. Barbeau for the past 16 years has driven dog teams and has numerous ribbons and cups to display As proof of his ability As a Driver. He not Only drives but also Breeds the dogs that he uses. Six of the dogs on the team Are of the Sam Yede Breed the origin of which is obscure but originated in Siberia centuries ago. Many interesting facts have been gleaned by the fanciers of the dogs among these is the fact that Tiv carrying from the dogs Are used in the manufacture of cloth by the natives who use the dogs. The dogs closely resemble the Spitz dog but a closer scrutiny easily discloses the fact that they Are of More intelligence and docile. The trip from near Hackensack into Brainerd with the two men and the sled Over a distance of about 55 Miles was made in four hours. Barbeau and Johnson returned from St. Paul sunday where they had staged a dog race in connection with a dog show that was sponsored by breeders of St. Paul. The men and their teams will leave on an extensive tour the Early part of february to cover the entire Eastern Section of the United states where they will a visit dog shows and races. The a wheel dog Quot of the team is a blooded dog that won con latently in All shows in which it was exhibited. Today. At the Summit of her career she comes As the character made for Only stars to portray Jean Crawford As Sadie Thompson in i a my with William Gargan and Guy Kibbee plus 2s Hys fat Bank eggs plead "1 Guiot to second i Lake Edwards Floyd Ouida is i Home from the Hospital and is re-hcr5fc m ii r n f r covering nicely from his operation. A Louall in la ii Lull Herb Hamilton was a Brainerd i caller Friday. Charles Bedore has been putting up ice this week. Or. And mrs. Mel Gorden called at the Charles Bedore Home last monday. Mrs. Emma Hallett mrs. Mable Clarkson miss Thelma Tornton and Lee Clarkson of Brainerd spent wednesday afternoon and evening at the Charles Bedore Home. The 4-h club held it monthly 1 meeting at the Louis Bedore Home Friday evening. The club re organized and new officers were elected president Earl Bedore. Vice president Fritz Van Doren. Secretary Josepnine Urmia. Treasurer Orville Hollingsworth a club reporter Avis Cleveland. Song Leader Beatrice Shull. Librarian Vivian Larson. Musical directors Orville hoi Lingsworth and Vivian Gorden. Adult lenders mrs. Harry Iliff. Assistant Leader miss Annie Bedore. There were about 30 present. Of holdups and shootings in other lunch was served and it was departs of the Midwest. Missouri a cited to have the next meeting at Thorlies had sought to take him the school House Fob. To and Minneapolis. Lawrence Bai ton alias Barker and Devolt today pleaded guilty to a second degree murder charge in District cout Roo n of judge w. W Bardwell. Barton admitted killing patrolman Ira l. Evans who was slain ii a a gang of live Bard it who him up the third Northwestern National Bank. Sentence will be pronounced late today. The sentence must be life imprisonment according to Minnesota statutes. Barton changed i previous pm of of guilty to a t degree murder just two hours before he was to go on trial. Three other men Are being Hel l by police for the killing of Evans and another policeman and the Bank Holdup. They Are Robert Newburn Owen Lewis and Clat ence Colton. Their trials will Start immediately the county attorneys office said. Barton was wanted for a number family expect to leave soon for Pontiac. Mich., where he is employed. A number of the Young folks from this Vicinity attended the movie saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Frank Miller and daughters Virginia and Phyllis and Walter Jordan were dinner guests at the Wgeishofski Home sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Jordan were Brainerd callers saturday. Miss Anna Wgeishofski was a dinner guest of or. And mrs. Charlie Smith sunday. The Farmers from this Vicinity Are Busy hauling their Hay off the Meadows. To Kirkville to answer for the killing of a marshal there. Mission a. To Etui s of a year old Amba Auer to Britain came Home to Pittsburgh to spend the Holiday season tasting in Advance the leisured retirement to which he loks Forward after March 4. This new camera portrait was made in his Pittsburgh Home. 1-.�?�?�? a it. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a 1 did you lose a Small Coin purse a a a a a i a Small Coin purse found on the streets of Brainerd was turned into the dispatch office wednesday afternoon by the finder and a request that it be turned Over to the person who May claim and identify the same. The purse contained a Small sum of Money a1 of which were coins of Small denominations. Former resident Dies in Duluth Mission Dave Sisk and family left for their new Home at Duluth tuesday. Frank Lougee is visiting at the Anton Munson Home at Pequot. Joe and Ike Pannell returned from Crosby sunday evening after make it a Valentine party. Or. And mrs. Guy Pratt and sons Leo Earl and Sheldon and miss Ione Hollingsworth spent monday evening at the George Dyke Home. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Dyke made a trip to St. Cloud last tuesday. Miss Josephine Brenna Earl Bedore Arthur Tutch and Fritz Van Doren will go to Brainerd to resume their studies at the Washington High school monday. E. C. Hudson and Frank Gulda Daggett Brook flu epidemic kills eight in Fergus fall Fergus Falls epidemic of influenza which has persisted for the past two months has resulted in a number of deaths recently As Many cases turned into pneumonia. During the past to Days there have been eight deaths As the result of a combination of influenza and pneumonia. The latest fatality from the diseases was that of or. T. N. Kittleson 60, one of the oldest tract toners in this fart of the state. Act Tucson was making preparations to move to California the Day he was taken ill. Paramount news events k today Fol m Ammonel Brainerd starts saturday _ Ftp Wpm a a Iii v i a i a �?1- y a w. I i be among the first of Brainards Happy Al a a it 4 i i i crowds to Cee the Lafi event of the year i Marie Dressler i a Polly Moran in i Fiat if i count of Nejl n Prosperity i 25 sat. Sun. Mon. Paramount and time become parents girl on tuesday born to or. And mrs. Frank Eisel 623 South ninth Start a nine Pound girl o tuesday morning. Charles Racine and de Lutes Are hauling their Hay from Maple Grove township. Joe and Merle Vandervest were called to their Home in Maple Grove township because of the illness of their father and brother. Miss Bess a. James of Jacksonville 111., is spending her vacation at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. J. B. James miss James is a nurse in a Hospital at Jacksonville. Ruby Engelhart of Hutchinson. Minn., is spending her vacation with her parents or. And i. Clarence Engelhart. She a a student at the Maplewood Academy at Hutchinson. Enoch Swanson was in brainer one Day last week. A August Kuschel and Jack Kus chel were business visitors in town last wednesday. There was a big crowd at the school House for the school program at District 18. Or. And mrs. Louie Ringering and children visited at the Lester Hilderbrand Home monday evening. Or. And mrs. John James and miss Bess James were new years dinner guests at the Swanson Horn. Or. And mrs. Ralph Gorton and children visited at the James Home tuesday evening. Preston Caughy was in town last saturday. Gene Scribner was in town on business one Day last week. June Whitman and Mary goed Ker called at the Swanson Home last saturday. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at two o clock from the Whitney Parlours for mrs. Jennie Long 73, a former Brainerd resident who died at the Home of her son in Duluth after a Short illness. Reverend valiant will officiate and interment will be made in Evergreen cemetery. Mrs. Jennie Long was a former resident of Brainerd having lived at 1724 Norwood Street until the death of her husband eight years ago after which she moved to Duluth to make her Home with her son Ray of that City. Surviving mrs. Long Are five children. She was preceded in death by one son and one daughter and her husband. Spending their vacation there. I j. L. Bachman made a Bush. A a a a we a i Little Frankie Cross has been on the sick list this we Eek. I miss Beatrice Shull spent several Days visiting with Josephine Brenna. Trip to the Dave Robinson Camp at crooked Lake tuesday. George and Leland Durham were sunday callers at the John Bodle Home. John Smith and Jack Durham were Brainerd callers monday. Roy White was a caller at the h. Van Horn Home thursday. George Durham waa a Cross Lake caller monday. Louise Dunham returned to her family to move to Pontiac soon Lake the school North Long students of District 28 have school duties monday after spend their school duties after a a Tim urn Nova. Jiing her vacation at Home. A too late to classify a wanted to rent housekeeping rooms. Close in. Phone 766-j. 2209-i35t3 Paia be phone 165 matinee 2-5 p. In. Always evening 7-11 p. In. 10c15c a last Day Sylvia Sidney in a Street scene tomorrow Ai saturday Bob Steele in a Texas buddies also Chapt. 2 a Hurricane express special saturday matinee children 5c kerosene ignites Little damage done Woodrow to Correct an error in the heading of the last items the Joe Shuffelen Home did not Burn to the ground Only part of the inside partition. The fire was extinguished by the Bisson family. Miss Maggie Duich of Riverton returned to Woodrow with miss Evelyn Dullum and was a week end guest at her Home. Or. And mrs. De Norgard entertained their friends at a new year s eve dancing party. J. P. Dullum made a business trip to Crosby tuesday and Brainerd wednesday. Miss Neva Ellstrom wag a guest of the Dullum girls new years Day. While mrs. De Norgard was filling a kerosene lamp still lit the contents of the a n ignited and a near Catro Strophe resulted. Fortunately Only Little damage was done. Mrs. Williams and children Are visiting her parents or. And mrs. Norton. Oscar Pederson spent the holidays at his his Home near Here. Al father is seen in our neighbourhood Ocon see orally. John Shuffelen has bought some stumpage near Pine Center and a logging there. He hauls pulp to Little Falls mining Timber to Ironton and cordwood to any Market. Teachers resume duties Aller Holiday Earl Lillibridge who was working near Clear Lake la., returned to his Home last sunday. Fish House spearing is in full Sway As usual the big ones got away. Or. And mrs. Edward Parker or. And mrs. Donald lord visited in Hackensack. Mrs. O. C. Foughty is in Hampton la., called there by sickness of her Mother. Grover Berry and wife of Kimberly visited s. J. Berry. Or. Britton and son of Hubert Are helping Warner Britton get his truck out of the River. Miss Gladys Winter teacher of 108, and miss Rose Johnson of 106, resumed school duties monday. Grandma Berry is on our sick list. Lysle Clark and family spent sunday evening at the h. Lord Home. Fred and Victor Pukula visited at the r. D. Bushey Home. Clinton and Vincent Bushey Are again at work cutting cordwood. Fred Hagadorn and family spent some time in their cottage on the River. Fred Cowden is in Geneva Ohio. Nels Christianson and daughter Viola visited our neighbourhood recently. John synoground is moving in his new Home recently vacated but the Dave Sisk family. John Erickson returned to his school duties after vacation. Mise Mavis Robinson returned to Ironton to resume her school duties after a Long siege of illness. Leland Durham visited at the Leland Lougee Home saturday. Oscar Bodle was an overnight caller at the John Durham Home sunday. Misses Pearl Hazle and Helen Bodle were visitors at the Harry Van Horn Home Friday evening. Or. And mrs. Holmes of Brainerd were visitors at the Harry Van Horn Home thursday. Theodore Robinson and Friend were callers at the j. L. Bachman Home tuesday. William Gibson was a Brainerd caller one Day this week. Two weeks vacation. Or. And mrs. Adolph Smith and childrens colds yield quicker to double action of Visko stainless now if you prefer release Man who terrorized House with revolver Washington a Marlin Kemmerer Young Allentown pa., clerk who terrorized the House on december is by waving a loaded revolver from the gallery Hun Bern released and ent Home on the Promise that he Wmk be a Good boy hereafter. La Hilt attorney Leo a. Rover noted on recommendation of or. Percy pickling alienist who had Kemmerer under observation for several weeks. Or. Hickling found the youth legally sane and said it would be better for him to be with his family than in an institution. Kemmerer who is an expert Marksman was said to be most contrite about his action. He promised that if he has any plans to Advance in the future welfare of the country he will not attempt such sensational methods to bring them to the attention of Congress. Representative Melvin Maas of St. Paul minn., recovered Kem Merer a gun. Weak women take Lydia Iel Pink Ham a vegetable compound have you Ever Felt that you were toe Wmk to do anything. That you did not Haft the strength to do your or or Al women who Ara weak and run Down should take a tonic ouch a Lydia i Pinkham e vegetable compound. Headset be and backaches that Ara the result of a tired run Down condition ofter yield to this marvelous Medicine. 98 out of every too women who report to us say that they Are benefited by this Medicine. Buy a bottle from your druggist today a a i and watch the results for women who care soft water shampoo and Finger wave with your Choice of rinse thoroughly dried__________75c Laura Lee Beauty shop phone 400-vv Granite ledge amp a or. And mrs. George Palmer sheim and daughters Agnes Berretta and Eon Bennie were dinner guests at or. And mrs. Leo. Palmer sheim sunday. Frank karst was a business caller at Pierz last week. William Hoheisel is employed at the Frank karst Home and is Busy hauling Wood from Hillman. Peter Sobieck had his Wood sawed last week. His helpers were Pete Tomala Tony Theis and George Palmersheim. Mrs. Vecella Voelker and son Leroy and Alphonse Voelker were visitors at the Fred Schommer Home it Lastrup. Mike Schomer and son Walter Are Busy cutting Wood for the Winters Supply. George Palmersheim and daughter Agnes were shoppers at Pierz. Monday. Joseph Myran who was spending his Christmas vacation at the Leo Palmersheim Home returned to hts Home sunday evening 1 Cardie predicts Early Spring As crows remain Here if a a if an Early Spring is prophesied by a. P. Cardie Deputy game Warden and he bases his prediction on the fact that this Winter Marks the first of 30 years to his memory that crows have failed to leave this Section when the Snow began to Fly. A it has been thirty years if my memory serves me right that crows have never failed to leave this Section during the Winter a Cardie said. A the first touch of Winter usually finds them gone Only to return about february 4,�?� he said. Gorgeous permanent Waves s3.50 up Complete with Oil shampoo and Finger wave White Roll cigarettes Carton 89c prunes to la. Box. 69c milk la. Cans 3 for 17c Oatmeal la pkg 2 for 25c starch gloss Corn 3 for 25c sugar to lbs 47c Navy Beans .3 lbs 10c Monarch cake flour pkg. 19c naphtha soap to for 25c of idol la. Pkg 21c palmolive soap 3 for 19c red Salmon i la tall 23c Superb malt syrup can 31c Ruth s Beauty Salon 622 front St. Phone 967-yv Model meat Market Quality and service our Motte sixth St. T. I. Schaefer prop. Telephone Friday and saturday specials Creamery butter 2 lbs. 43c limit Monarch Coffee 2 lbs. 58c pig pork pork shoulder roast la. Sv2c pork loin roast rib end la 8 c pork butt roast la 9c yearling beef pot roast no delivery la. 8c Chuck roast lb.12c rolled Rump roast la 20 c i fresh beef Tongue la .12j/2c i sliced Bacon ,10c Bacon squares lb.7c Little pig sausages lb.13c frankfurters,.2 lbs 21c Hills Bros Coffee la 35c Reg. Jell0, 3 for 19c All flavors Kremel desserts 6 for 23c apples Box si.09 Gustafson amp Nelson phone 281 Gold medal flour Volt 49 la. Sack $1.09

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