Brainerd Daily Dispatch Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1930, Page 3

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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Brainerd, Minnesota Of Honor a ukr Kami japanese flier Ralph Reid of St. Mathias was Brainerd caller today. Of a mrs. Roy Tyre left in is morning for Minneapolis of a Short visit. Ole Skillestad returned to his position after a seven weeks absence. A of a j. R. Smith writes fire Tornado and automobile insurance Low rates. Tel. 39 Joe Phillips of Platte Lake was in the City this morning on business. O Quot a mrs. R. Scheme of Crosby visited in Brainerd saturday evening. Or. And mrs. H. Ringhand of Deer word were Brainerd visitors thai Mei n ing. 0�?�? mrs. H. D. Ayer 6f Mille lacs Trad ing Post was in the City this after noon. O or. And mrs. Fed Mayberry f Ironton were Bra Herd visitors this morning. R a attorney by j. Johnson of Crosby was in Bra Herd saturday transacting business. Dine and dance every night tavern at Baidland. Delicious Fried Chicken a specially. 295tf-smw a to mrs. William Strassburg of Pequot visited with friends in the City saturday evening. O mrs. R. B. I Fawley spent Tho week end visiting with relatives and friends at St. Cloud. O or. And mrs. E. P. Curtis of Pillager were in the City this morning for Short visit. O miss Florence Nosheim and miss Ruth Anderson motored to Little Falls last evening. O or. And mrs. Nesmith Nelson Are now cruising the great lairs on the s. S. Oct Orara. N or. And mrs. Nels Neshim were callers in Brainerd saturday evening from Maple Grey d. O attorney c. W. Scrutchins of Bemidji was a Brainerd business visitor saturday aft non. Minnesota partly Cloudy Der showers and cooler this afternoon and Early tonight in Southeast portion to Keadby generally fair. West by automobile and had a wonder Ful time driving. O adults and juvenile joining in neatly ties at Lurn Park at their last regular meeting the members of the degree of Honor planned their annual picnic to be held at Lum Park on thursday june 26 from i of clock to 6 of clock. The adults and the juveniles Are joining in these festivities and plans sir bulletin Board tonight Library boart a tier try. Eastern Star masonic Hall. Tuesday afternoon rotarians Hansford hotel. Romaine Hawley of St. Cloud a pent the week end in Brainerd with his father r. B. Hawley. O miss Bernice Reid of Minneapolis visited with her parents or. And mrs Fred Reid last week. O or. Ellers of the National tse Market spent the week end with relatives in the twin Cit a. Ca fool and Mimi Tinck Lum Parb tuesday night whoopee Johns 9 piece band free record after cacti dance mrs. E. H. Siehl of Minneapolis visited Over the week end with her parents or. And mrs. Con of Brien. ,.ralph Lin tier miss a told Lind Fri a a Quot it Quot it Fdl ,0 a Quot Dent a Berberg migs Hazel Fallquist Mina t0 both so Quot no a re Ellen Erickson miss Evelyn Swanson a Quot sch Wren. Members will bring their and Wallace Anderson motored to the pc Quot pc lunch a a it it Coffee will be served twin cities yesterday. At the grounds. O i mrs. Gladys Gattie is in charge of or. Stafseth and Martin Hill of Sun a adult part of the picnic and mrs Perior Wisconsin visited at the Home Ofle Peterson juvenile director will of Ole m. Holm 913 eleventh Street be in Char a of the juvenile part Over the week end. They left last evening for their Homes accompanied by i Andrew Ofstie of Brainerd who will visit at Superior until tuesday when he leaves for new York. He will Nan saturday june 28 for Norway to spend three months touring the country. While there he will visit with his woman s Day at country club Coyne Home Vine Street. Mrs. Coyne father and n other also his brother and mrs. Larson Are Sisters. I of mrs. Fontal Hannah Brusgard of Augusta opens with luncheon tomorrow then Golf play and a Bridge party tomorrow june 24, is woman a Day Herman Wohl Fater of Daggett Brook accompanied by his brother John Wohl Fater who is visiting him were Brainerd visitors this morning o or. And mrs. E. H. Simmons return-1 Montana and Gold Star Mother has de from big Stone City s. D. Where i returned from France where she Attify visited or. And mrs. Frank i companies the pilgrimage of Gold Star at the Brainerd country club and Thorndike for the past week. J mothers and visited her songs 0pen with a luncheon to be served at. Argonne. She is spending a few Between 1 30 and 2 30 of clock. Those Days visiting with mrs. Mary Olson Jan charge of the luncheon Are mrs. G. 113 third Avenue Northeast. Mrs of d Labar mrs. R. A. Beise and mrs son and mrs. Brusgard were school fat a Farrar. A Large number of the mates in the old country. Mrs. Olson jadie8 Are in favor of continuing these left Friday evening for so. Paul where Unco sons with woman a Day and a miss Ellen Erickson a sister of mrs. I �?oj1� ?1 5fuffrdnhlnirhcymr�&Quot Rood Quot umber is expected to be present. August Samuelson left this morning in the City last v Bing. Mrs. Should the weather be inclement the or Points in Southern Minnesota where too Iii n luncheon wil1 be postponed. She will visit friends and relatives. Or pm there were about 125 mothers Quot i for those not playing Golf arrange o Ner group rents have been made to play Bridge Raymond Mee played with the in a r m m a a r a a a a n t try it t a a a a a a during the afternoon Quot baseball team yesterday at f Flensburg the Pequot team defeating Flensburg with a score of seven to j six. O a. D. Robertson assistant manager of the Gamble a Tore and miss Sig bund motored to Detroit lakes yesterday to attend the Gamble stores Der in. 35ejf Rainer 25 years ago june 23, 1905 hold family reunion or. And mrs. A. W. Gibbs and children Kenneth and Aileen of Madison was. And mrs. Lina Gibbs mrs. Andrew Anderson and son Marvin of new Auburn visited part of last week at the a. Bort Shew Homo in no it i East Brainerd. A family reunion was held Wenc. 19 closing Ojst Krachek h millinery some wonderful bargains left in hats at $1. My and 50c Carli. Children a bonnets and Felt hats 25c each. It the Crookston team beat the Hoodoo Day at the r. R. Gibbs farm Home at yesterday and won front the St. Cloud a Jenkins. Brainerd team in a walk. The St. J those present were mrs. Lina Gibbs Cloud Brainerd team from now on is i or. And mrs. A. W. Gibbs and two no More the franchise having been i children or. And mrs. A. A. Anderson sold to Superior and hereafter will be land son or. And mrs. A. Bort Shew and or. And mrs. R. R. Gibbs and two sons. Orpha min Ray of Baudette visited with or. And mrs. Al Hornier 11201 known As Superior a reception was Given in Honor of Rev. J. F. Mcleod the Neil pastor of the first presbyterian Church on evening. Addresses were South sixth Street Over the week end or. Murray and mrs. Mourner arc brother and sister. O or and mrs. Math bolster and two i Hildren accompanied by mrs. Bol-1 condition of m. G. Swanson improving made by Rev. Knowles Rev. Nelson and Secretary j. W. Flickwir and William new Rule has been inaugurated in ,., a a minn., june 23.�? in the Brainerd fire department by chief 1 he condition of m. Q. Swanson Niss a. H. Bennett which requires a Drill j want who suffered a fractured Skull in it p r nil rent a Quot Quot of pie re arc unending Ion the streets by Tho members of the a week Encl traffic mishap four Miles -.eve, a1 Days visit in. Wit h relatives and department every tuesday and Friday i ._0rth of. was reported slightly Frieis in Wisconsin. Or. And mrs. De Useman spent the week end in Minneapolis visiting at the Home of her daughter. Charles Durham o 1309 quince Street is very sick at his Homo suffer ing from an attack of pneumonia. Of m in Violet Host on woo is attending the St. Cloud Normal spent Tho week end with her parents or. And mrs John Hoston. A o or. And mrs. J. Cloven and laugh ter left for Wisconsin for a visit with relatives. They expect to to gone for several Days. Mrs. F. A. Peterson and daughter Mabelle of Portland ore., arrived Thi morning to visit with her sister mrs Otto Kamrodt. To a miss Elizabeth arbes and mrs. Lena Smith returned last evening from a Dona where they spent a l w Days visit ing with relatives. O or. And mrs. R. L. Tripplet of min Neapolis spent the week end in brain erd visiting at the m. Kracher and Frank Athmann Homes. O gowns worn by miss Public at Tho Paramount furnished by the e. F Gates store. 306tf o or. And mrs. R. D. Stitzel and or. And mrs. W. T. Mcgregor of min Neap Dis spent the week end at the Stitzel cottage on Lake Hubert. Or. And mrs. Henry Krause Ami daughter Margaret motored to St. Cloud saturday evening to spend the week end with relatives. O miss Bernice Samuelson left for Minneapolis this morning where she will take the summer course at the Macphail school of music. O or. And mrs. S. Larson and family of Minneapolis Are visiting at. The win. Christ Fon a All por Christ or. Urn mrs. Lawrence Clark of Glendive Montana arrived in the saturday evening for a visit at the borne of his Mother mrs. William Clark South sixth Street. Kevin t. Flategraff of Cass county my miss Mayme m. Luther of Crow Wing county were issued a License to Vert on saturday june 21 by clerk of ourt w. A. Johnstone. O a mrs. Elmer Johnson and daughter Peggy Ann and Carol Loo returned to their Home at Watkins after visiting it. Tho Home of her parents or. Abd mrs. S. A. Thompson for several Days. Or. And mrs. J. B. Kaufman of Chicago passed through Brainerd this morning Enro Ute to the summer Home near Cross Lake. Or and mrs. Kauf Man have purchased the Kimball place. Or. And mrs. Ray my daughter Kathleen and Ellas Fen to Machor Are spending two week in he Southern part of the state and in Wisconsin visiting with relatives and friends. Y Ivedine Sivay and is dancing every wednesday and saturday nights Moose Quay wigwam a mile South of Breezy Point Oil big Pelican Lake. Ray Nelson and his revellers. I St a mrs. R. E. Clarke and daughter Florence and son Lester of Duluth a to visiting at the Home of mrs. C. R. Macdonald. They will also spend some time at Rush Lake before leaving for Chicago to make their future Home. O miss Jessie Miller of College Park Maryland arrived in the City today for i visit with her Mother mrs. J. W. Miler her brother Rev. Ivan o. Miller and ice sister mrs. Ray Speed. Miss Miller expects to spend about a month n the City. Or. And mrs. R. H. Paine and e. Q Anderson motored to Akeley yesterday for a visit at the Clark Anderson Home. Pile misses Anabel and Betty Jam Paine who spent tile past week at the Anderson Home returned to Brainerd with them last evening evening. This will prove of value in i Quot proved today. Swanson was critic perfecting the efficiency of the depart-1 a y injured when a truck he was trient and will also be interesting to j plunged from Che Road the Public which is cordially invited to see the Drill. E. C. Banc of Banes Busy store has lust installed a new nine drawer Cash Register that beats anything seen in some time in grocery stores. Mrs. Fred Drexler and children left Gen. J. Cater do at Houston Houston tex., june 23. Gen this afternoon for Sheldon iii., for a i a urn Wharton Texas retired i United states army major and classmate of Gen. Pershing died in a hos visit. A new Cement walk is being Laid in front of the City hotel. The sugar beet crop in this county is considered Fuir when taken in con pita Here today after an appendicitis operation. General Carter at one time was chief a adoration the unfavourable weather Bureau an l during the far this Spring. About ten Farmers have planted a Good acreage. Or. Miller of the Minnesota sugar Corn-1 puny who is inspecting the crops is also giving instructions to the Farmers regarding the care of their crop. World War was in charge of the la Fayette division. Among survivors Are Edwin Carter american Telephone and Telegraph co. President of new York Frank Carter St. Louis attorney and Tom Carter of Atlanta Brothers. Kivisto Palmer Flora Palmer of Ironton and John Al Vlasto also of Ironton were married at the finnish lutheran Church in Brainerd thursday afternoon june 19, Rev. Vilho rant a officiating. My its Eleanor Palmer was bridesmaid Ani Endl Olson Hest Man Only immediate relatives were present at the ceremony. Miss Hazel Hill Sang a Solo accompanied by miss Ester Kukkola. Or. And mrs. Kivisto will make Thole future Home at Ironton. Dead now owner unknown questioning of officials failed today to reveal the ownership of a Black cow wounded to the extent that police were called to shoot it when it was struck by a Northern Pacific freight engine in West Brainerd yesterday. London naval treaty step nearer ratification Washington june 23. Or. I the London naval treaty moved a step nearer ratification today when the Senate foreign relations committee voted a favourable report on the document. The vote was 16 to i for the treaty. Today a vote ended a six weeks fight by a handful of committee opponents who sought to forestall favourable a Hon the treaty now May be formally reported to the Senate at any time to Awalt the extra session at which it will be considered. In route on a Good will flight Albuquerque n. M., june 23.�? Zensaku Azuma japanese flier landed Here at 9 a. In. Today. He had left Holbrook ariz., at 5 45 a. In. He is flying around the world on a Good will flight. Today shop took him Over the most treacherous territory to be travelled in America the terrain comprising desert waste lands and mountains. Upon arrival in new York Azuma an air Mechanic with the United states army during the world War will ship his plane to London whence he will resume his flight to Tokio he said. Stocks air decline by Elmer c. Walzer United press financial editor new York june 23�?- up a stocks resumed their decline of last week at the opening of the Exchange today. Initial prices were off fractions to 2 Points and trading was in heavy volume with sales ranging to 40,000 shares. Leading issues held in a relatively narrow Range. American can eased 1-8 to 110 on 3,000 shares radio corporation 3-8 to 33 1-2 Public service of new Jersey held unchanged at 87 on 10,300 shares. Ipp monday june 3, 1930 jul f a badge of servitude ills wife Henry in a going to buy you a wedding ring. You ought to Wear something to show you re married. Or. Peewee Why my dear i do. I Wear the rubbers you bought me every Day. Shocking him into action youth last night in my dreams i proposed to you miss Eva. What do you suppose that signifies Eva impatiently a it shows that you have More brains when asleep than you have when you re awake. Corruption on the Force next Ore your House robbed again what a the matter with that imported police dog you have Long sulters he a no Good. Between you and me i suspect him of accepting Protection graft. Serving two masters or. Pewee yes my dear i know in a late. I had to stay overtime and take a few orders. His wife Lay off tile excuses. Ill have you know your place is at Home taking orders from me. Pitched their tents soldiers when we halted we pitched our tents. Tho idiot you do that to make Mem Waterproof done to you eyes eyes Are the Index to the mind. Say sages with Delight but truly i am Aura they err for my girl s eyes Are Bright. Wonders of the mail clerk in a taking a correspondence course to get More Money sir. Bossy a too bad i m taking one to reduce expenses. But not in the family she so you done to think you la Ever marry ? he no my Hobby is world peace read the dispatch ads daily saved by Grace for by Grace arc be saved through Faith and that not of yourselves it is the gift of god not of works lest any Man should boast. For we Are hts workmanship created in Christ Jesus unto Good works which god hath before ordained that we should walk in Eph. 2 8-16. Prayer May All my life in every step be Fellowship with thee. Miss Esther Bentley of the of Brien mercantile company is enjoying a two weeks vacation. She spent several Days in the twin cities going with the Brainerd ladies hand for the contest there and today left for Winona for a few Days with relatives. O mrs. J. Jett and son Arthur Jet of Jamestown North Dakota left today for Sioux fills South Dakota after spending the week end at the Home of or. And mrs. C. Olson South fifth Street. They had spent several Days at Bemidji with relatives. W. F. Drake and mrs. A. R. Stanzar of Walla Walla wash., Are guests of or. And mrs Henry Bouzek of South Long Lake. Or. Drake and mrs. Stander Are brother and sister of mrs. Houck. They made the trip from Fie i be about 40 years old Lei us it dance and Basket social a Benefit dance and Basket social was Given at Pine Center on saturday evening for miss Wahl of Platte Lake a Large attendance was present music being furnished by different guests. Hurl Rock through Glass of vehicle with utter disrespect for the Law the property of others and possible danger to humans a party of vandals in a Ford Sedan drove slowly passed a Buick car parked in front of the residence of j. F. Imgrund 614 North 6th Street after dark last evening and threw a Rock through the Windshield of the car. Police were notified of the Vandal ism and Are checking the few clues furnished them. The oar was Uno Ccu pled when the Rock was hurled. Man killed by train at a pad crossing Litt e Falls. Minn., june 23.�?uup�? sheriff s deputies today investigated death of an unidentified Man found beside a Railroad crossing at Randall 12 Miles North of Here. The Man dressed As a tramp had apparently Bifen hit by a train. He appeared to a get Rich Quick tip May make you poor. Keep your savings Safe in the Bank. Money deposited with us is Safe and earns a steady rats of Inte Rop first National Bank Brainerd Minnesota affiliated with first Bank Stock corporation. A in combined rom it Urcin Over u37.000.0m0. Question a manufacturer of motor car accessories was engaging a factory superintendent. A a there a just one thing More a he said to the applicant who appeared to be satisfactory. A could you run a House Organ in connection with your other work a a House Organ a said the Man with a puzzled expression. A a what a the need of music in a factory a amen a group of pilots were buzzing about something or another As the flight commander approached and several times he caught the expression a the last word in a Well a he said As lie reached the group a what is tile last word in air planes a the group chorused a jump in a Exchange. Interview never printed a do you attribute your Success to your hard work and Devotion to your Job a asked the reporter. A no a replied the great Man a anybody i Ever worked for will Tell you i was the Laziest and most no account Boob on the pay Roll and if i had t been a fool for Luck id now be on the enquirer. Watch How Yon walk i was recently walking with a doctor who makes nervous diseases his specially writes a correspondent. He said a look at this woman in front of us. Watch How she Zag tags this Way and that. She does no to keep a straight course for a dozen Steps at a i watched it was As the doctor said. He went on to Tell me that a great Many women and some men walk in this Way. It indicates weakness of purpose indecision a restless temperament. Quot if people walk straight they probably think straight a the doctor said. A a Wali Rilke that is a symptom of something wrong. Its a symptom a great Many people old fire insurance company tile Green tree Marker is the Emblem adopted by the Mutual Assurance company in 1784, at a time when other insurance companies refused to insure against fire losses properties having Trees in front of them. In order to prevent cutting Down their Shade Trees tree lovers in Philadelphia organized their own company in 1784, and thus established perhaps the earliest concerted action toward the Protection and preservation of Shade Trees. Fire Marks bearing the Emblem of the company holding the insurance were placed on the front of houses. Sad thought safety first a Pardon me sir a said miss old Gal who was rust Cating at the Home of her Uncle Fumble Gate a but Isnit this the wimpling water into which a Beautiful girl fell last summer and was rescued by a handsome stranger just As she was sinking for the last time a a a yes a i guess it is a replied the hired Man. A but you la have to wait till some other Feller comes along. I can to swim a City Star. Kite to balloon a you be so up pish. Just think what would happen of some one were to stick a pin in you practical demonstration machinery is what we prize. Ifs not much use to theorize. In stories mistakes will Lurk. Machinery has got to work. Ice in the Mississippi the Mississippi River commission says that in severe Winters floating ice is found in the Mississippi River As far South As Vicksburg miss., but that it is usually not found farther South than Memphis Tenn. Read the want ads daily we do Houle motor 322 South 5th St. Tel. 3 she a got it awl a it poes her a Lotta Good Clara. The ravishing redhead. Vamps the gobs makes believe she loves Mem All and they fall for her. Hook line and sinker but when gunner Mccoy handsome Fredric March comes along and steals Hor heart. Things Only begin to happen for the gunner sets out to save the Navy from Clara to teach her a few tricks about love even Clara never heard of rollicking comedy with a Salty Tang red headed. Cura Bow at her riotous Best in. A True to the Navy a Paramount All talking picture with fre4ric March and Harry Green other attractions a ooh Darling talking comedy Paramount news song Novelty % now showing # Jyh through wednesday hmm of firt Mout pictures j phone Job

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