Brainerd Daily Dispatch Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1930, Page 4

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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Brainerd, Minnesota $eleyeb-e896g degree of Honor i picnic june 26 Ralph Reid of St. Mathias was a Brainerd caller today. Of mrs. Roy Wyre left Tina in omnis for Minneapolis on a Short visit. Ole Skillestad return i to his position after a seven weeks absence. A to 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 mrs. R. Sehe Mel of Crosby visited in Brainerd saturday evening. Of or. And mrs. H. Ringhand of Deer Wood were Brainerd visitors thai in in ing. O mrs. H. D. Ayer of Mille lacs trading Post was in the City this after noon. A o or. And mrs. Fled Mayberry f Ironton were Brainerd visitors the. Morning. Attorney b. J. Johnson of Crosby was in Brainerd saturday transacting business. Minnesota partly Cloudy Thunder Shower and cooler this afternoon and Early tonight in Mozumi cd St portion generally fair. Dine and dance every night tavern at Midland. Delicious Fried Chicken a specially. 293tm�mw mrs. William Strasburg of Pequot visited with friends in the City saturday evening. A o mrs. R. B. Hawley spent the week end visiting with relatives and friends at St. Cloud. O or. And mrs. E. P Curtis of Pillager were in Tho City this morning for a Short visit. Miss Florence Neshein and miss Ruth Anderson motored to Little Falls last evening. Or. And mrs. Nesmith Nelson Are now cruising the great la cd on the s. S. Oct Tara o a or. And mrs. Nols Neshim were callers in Brainerd saturday evening from Maple Grove. A to a attorney c. W. A Cutchins of Bemidji was a Brainerd business visitor us urday Artemon. Bulletin Board i tonight Library boards Tab Rory. Eastern Star masonic Hall. Tuesday afternoon rotarians Hansford hotel. Coyne Home Vine Street. Mrs. Coyne and mrs. Larson Are Sisters. Or. And mrs. E. H. Simmons int urn de from big Stone City s. D. Where they visited or. And mrs. Frank Thorndike for the past week. Herman Wohl Fater of Daggett Brook accompanied by his Brothel John Wohl Fater who is visiting him were Brainerd visitors this morning. Miss Ellen Erickson a sister of mrs. August Samuelson left this morning or Points in Southern Minnesota where who will visit friends and relatives. Mer played with Tho Pequot baseball team yesterday at Flensburg the Pequot team defeating Flensburg with a score of seven to a do. O a. I. H Ibert on assistant manager of the Gamble a Tore and miss big Lund motored to Detroit lakes yes Crafty to pattern the Gamble stores Ida in. Of losing olt we kit aft of Ith millinery some wonderful bargain left in hut at Al i and 50c curb. It a Bonnet and Felt lint i8c ouch. It Romaine Hawley of St. Cloud t pent the week end in Brainerd with father r. B. Hawley. O miss Bernice Reid of with her parents or and in Fred Reid last week. A o or. Ellers of the National to Market spent the week end with relatives in the twin Cit in. Carnival and rec Iro Dano Lam Park tuesday night whoopee Johns 9 piece baud free record after he he Hance 1rr2r� or. And mrs. De use Man spent the week end in Minneapolis visiting Al the Home of her daughter. Of a Charles Durham of 1309 Quine Street is very sick at his Home suffering from an attack of pneumonia. Of m it Violet Hoston woo is attending the St. Cloud Normal spent the week end with her parents or. In i mrs John Hoston. Or. And mrs. J. Eleven and Daugh Ter left for Wisconsin for a visit with relatives. They expect to be gum for several Days. Mrs. F. A. Peterson and Dought t Mabelle of Portland orc., arrived the it morning to visit with her sister mrs Otto Kamrodt. Miss Elizabeth arbes and mrs. Lena Smith returned last evening from a Dena where they spent a Tyr a Days visiting with relatives. Or. And mrs. R. L. Tripplet of Minneapolis spent Tho week end in brain erd visiting at the m. Reacher and Frank Athmann Homes. Gowns worn by miss Public at the 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 Ana daughter Margaret motored to St. Cloud saturday evening to spend the week end with relatives. Orpha Murray of Baudette with or. And mrs. Al Hoe in or 1120 South sixth Street Over the week end. Or. Mur Ray and mrs. Horner Are brother and sister. Or and mrs. Math bolster and two children accompanied by mrs. Bolster s parents of Pierz Are spending several Days visiting with relatives and Friend in Wisconsin. 4. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Clark of Glendive Montana arrived in the saturday evening Tor a visit at the Home of his Mother mrs. William Clark South sixth Street. Of Levin t Flategraff of county my Mise myme m Luther of or a a Wing county were issued a License in ired on saturday. June 21 by clerk of court w. A. Johnstone. Mis. Elmer Johnson Daught is Piggy Ann and Carol Loa returned to heir Home at Watkins after visiting it the Home of her parents i. And mrs. S. A. Thompson for several Days. Or. And mrs. J. Ii. Kaufman of Chicago passed through Brainerd this Horning Enro Ute to the summer Home near Cross Lake. Or. And mrs. Kuzuf Man Hutc purchased the Kimball place. Or. And mrs. Hay Finster Marker my daughter Kathleen and Elias Fen Ite Machor Are spending two weeks in he Southern part of the state and in Wisconsin visiting with relatives and friends. West by automobile and had a wonder Ful time driving. Of a mrs. E. H. Siehl of Minneapolis dialled Over the week end with her parents or. And or. Con o Brien. Ralph Lindberg miss Astrid Lind Berberg miss Hazel Fallquist miss Ellen Erickson miss Evelyn Swanson and Wallace Anderson motored to the twin cities yesterday. Or Stafseth and Martin Hill of Superior Wisconsin visited at the Home of Ole m. Holm 913 eleventh Street Over the week end. They left last evening for their Homes accompanied by Andrew Ofstie of Brainerd who will visit at Superior until tuesday when he leaves for new York Iff will Nan saturday june 28 for Norway to spend three months touring the coup try. While there he will visit Wanh bus father and n other also his brother. Mrs. Hannah Brusgard of augur to. Montana and Gold Stoni Mother. Has returned from France where she accompanied the pilgrimage of Brid bar mothers and visited her sons grave at Argonne. She is spending i few Days visiting with or. Mary Obion 113 third Avenue Hor thee to. M s Olson and mrs. Hru Agard were schoolmates in the old country. Mrs. Olson left Friday Ltd fling for St. Paul where she met mrs. Brusgard and they arrived in the City not let evening. Mrs. Brusgard reported a very wonderful trip. There were about 126 mothers in her group. Brainer 25 years ago d june 23, imm a reception was Given in Honor of Rev. J. F. Mcleod the new pastor of the Crookston team heat the Hoodoo yesterday and won from the St. Clot off brained team in a walk. The St. Cloud Brainerd team from now on is no More the franchise having been a told to Superior and hereafter will be known As Superior. A recept by. J. F. He first presbyterian Church on monday evening. Addresses were made by Rev. Knowles Rev. Nelson and Secretary j. W. Flock War and William Dodd. A new Rule has been inaugurated in the Brainerd fire department by chief a. H. Bennett which requires a Drill in the streets by the members of the department every tuesday and Friday evening. This will prove of value in perfecting the etl Tieney of the department and will also be interesting to the Public which in cordially invited to see the Drill. E. C. Bane of Bane s Busy store a lust installed a new nine drawer caul Register that beats anything seen in some time in grocery stores. Mrs. Fred Droxler and children left a his afternoon for Sheldon iii., for a visit. A new Cement walk is being Laid in front of the City hotel tin sugar beet crop in this county is considered fair when taken in con Side ration the unfavourable weather to far this Spring. About ten Farmers have planted a Good acreage. Or. Miller of the Minnesota sugar company who is inspecting Tho crops a also giving instructions to the farm Era regarding Tho care of their crop. Adult and juvenile joining in festive the at hum 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 Are being made for races and entertainment of interest to both grownups and children. Members will Bung their picnic lunch and Coffee will be served at the ground. Or. Gladys Cattie is in charge of the adult part of the picnic and mrs Goldie Peterson juvenile director will be in charge of the juvenile part. Woman s Day at country club open with luncheon tomorrow then Golf play and a Bridge party tomorrow june 24, is woman a Day if the Brainerd country club and will open with a luncheon to be served Between 1 30 and 2 30 o clock. Those in charge of the luncheon Are or. G. I. Lamar mrs. R. A. Beise and mrs. F. A. Farrar. A Large number of the ladies Are in favor of continuing these luncheons with woman a Day and a Good number is expected to be present. Should the weather be inclement the luncheon will be postponed. For those not playing Golf arrangements have been made to play Bridge during the afternoon. Hold Fil mily reunion or find mrs. A. W. Gibbs and children Kenneth and Aileen of Madison was. And mrs. Linn Gibbs. Mrs. Andrew Anderson and son. Marvin of new Auburn visitor part of last we at the a Belt Shew Home in nor i East Bra nerd. A family reunion was held wed resin at the r. R. Gibbs farm Home at Jenkins. Those present were mrs. Lina Gibbs or. And mrs. A. W. Gibbs Ami two children or. And mrs. A a Anderson and son or. And mrs. A. Bort Shew and or. And mrs. R. R. Gibbs and two every us emits my and sol a inlay nights Moose of Ilsy wigwam i Mil Mont it re Breezy Point on big Pelican lathe. Ray Nelson and his revellers. 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 we Christ Fossil All for Christ i amp inn saved by Grace for by Grace Are 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 8-10. Prayer May All my life in every step be Fellowship with thee. Sig mrs r. E. Clarke and Daugh Tel Florence and son Lester of Duluth Ara visiting at Tho Home of mrs. C. R. Macdonald. They will also spend some time at Rush Lake before leaving for Chicago to make their future Home. Miss Jessie Miller of College Park Maryland arrived in the City today for a visit with her Mother mrs. J. W. Miler. Her brother Rev. Ivan o. Miller in i Ier sister mrs. Ray Speed. Miss Miller expects to spend about a month in the City. Or. And mrs. R. H. Paine and e. O. Anderson motored to Akeley yesterday for a visit at the Clark Anderson Home. The misses Anabel and Betty Jam Paine who spent the past week at the Anderson Home returned to Brainerd with them inst evening Kivisto Palmer Flora Palmer of Ironton and Job Kovisto lao of Ironton were Marriet at the finnish lutheran Church in Brainerd thursday afternoon june 19 Rev. Yllo Ranta officiating. I Eleanor Palmer was bridesmaid and Emil Olson Best Man Only immediate relatives were present at the Cera Mony. Miss Hazel Hill Sang a Solo a cum panted by miss Ester Kukkola. Or. And mrs. Kivisto will malt Quot thoth future Home at Ironton. Miss Esther Bentley of the o Brien mercantile company is enjoying a two weeks vacation. She spent several Days in the twin cities going with the Brainerd Lames band for the contest Thoro and today left for Winona for a few Days with relatives. Mrs. J. Jett and son Arthur Jett it of Jamestown. North Dakota left today for Sioux fals. South Dakota after spending the week end at the Home of or. And mrs. C. Olson South i fifth Street. They had spent several Days at Bemidji with relatives. W. F. Drake and mrs. A. R. Stands 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 the dead cow 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. Benefit dance Puiul 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 intern 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 oar 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 vandalism and Are checking the few clues furnished them. The ear was unoccupied when the Rock was hurled. Man killed by train at Railroad crossing Little Falls min june 23.�? Ujda sheriff s deputies today investigated death of an unidentified Man found beside a Railroad crossing at Randall 12 Miles North of he a. The Man dressed As a tramp had apparently been hit by a train. He appeared to be about 40 years old. Condition of m. G. Swanson improving Little Falls minn., june 23. Id i he condition of m. Q. Swanson Nisswa who suffered a fractured Skull in a week end traffic mishap four Miles North of Here. Was reported slightly improved today. Swami on was Clit i Cully injured when a truck he was driving plunged from Che Roud. Gen. J. Cater Dies at Houston Houston tex., june 23. Hajj Gen j. Cater of Wharton Texas retired United states army major and classmate of Gen. Pershing died in a Hospital Here today after an appendicitis operation. General Carter at one time was chief of th1 militia Bureau arid during the world War was in charge of the la Fayette division. Among survivors Are Edwin Cartel american Telephone and Telegraph co. President of new York Frank Carter St. Louis attorney and Tom Carter of Atlanta Brothers. London naval treaty step nearer ratification Washington june 23. the i Ondon 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 4 for the treaty. Today a vote ended a six weeks fight by a handful of committee opponents who sought to Forest do favourable a Hon tile treaty now May be formally reported to the Senate at any time to await the extra session at which it will be considered. Japanese flier in route on a Good will Hight Albuquerque n. M., june 23.�?fu.fb�? Zensaku Amma japanese Filer lande4 Here at 9 a. Til today. He had left Holbrook Ari 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 state army during the world War will ship his plane to London whence he will resume his flight to Tokio he said. Stocks resume their decline by Elmer c. Walzer United pre financial editor new York june 23 up 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 share. 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. A badge of servitude i wife Henry i m 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 Evn 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 Pollee dog you line Long suffer 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 i m late. I had to stay overtime and take a few orders. His wife Ley off the excuses. Ill have you know your place is at Home taking orders from me. Pitched their tents Ness soldiers when we halted we pitched our tents. The idiot you do that to make Mem Waterproof done to you eyes Eye Are the Index to the mind. Say sages with Delight but truly i no sure they err for my girl s eyes ars Bright. Wonders of the mail clerk in a taking a correspondence course to get More Money or. Boss a top had in a 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 diktat ii ads daily a get Rich Quick tip May take you poor. Keep your savings Safe in the Hank. Money deposited with tis is Safe and earns a steady rats of interest first National Bank Brainerd Minnesota affiliated with first Bank Stock corporation. A i _ vim Hinski a Fittrow Over x4s7.000.000, i Fem question a manufacturer of motor car accessories was engaging a factory superintendent. Quot there just one tiling More Quot he sold to the applicant who appeared to be satisfactory. Quot could you run a House Organ in connection with your other work Quot Quot House Organ a said the Man with a puzzled express non. Quot what a the need of music in a factory a amen a group of pilots were buzzing about something or another As Hie flight commander approached and several times he caught the expression Quot the inst word in air planes. Quot Well a he said is he reached Ilia group Quot what is the last Wohl in air planes a the group chorused Quot Jumpie a Exchange. Interview never printed Quot do you attribute your Success to your hard work and Devotion to your Job a asked the reporter Quot no a replied the great Man Quot 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 i d now be on the enquirer. Sad thought Kite to balloon a you be so up pish. Just think what would happen if some one were to stick a pin in you practical demonstration machinery is what we prise. Its not much use to theorize. In stories mistakes will Lurk. Machinery has got to work. Watch How you walk i was recently walking with a do Ltd Tor who makes nervous disease his specially writes a correspondent. He said Quot look at this woman in front of us. Watch How she eng Zac this any and that. She does no to keep a straight course for a dozen Steps at a i watched it was is 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 Auld. A a will Rilke that is a symptom of something wrong. Its a symptom a great Many people old fire insurance company the 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 rutting Down their Shade Trees tree lovers in Philadelphia organized their own company in 1784, and thus established perhaps the earliest concerted action toward Tho Protection and preservation of simile Trees. Fire Marks Benting the Emblem of the company holding the insurance were placed on Hie front of houses. Safety first Quot Pardon me. Sir Quot said miss of Gnu who was rust Cating at the Home of her Uncle fun Brogato Quot hut Isnit this the wimp ing water into which a Beautiful girl fell last summer and was rescued by a handsome stronger just As she was sinking for tile inst time a Quot yes a i guess it is a replied the hired Man. Quot but you la have to Walt till some other Feller comes along i can to swim a City Star. Ice in the Mississippi tile Mississippi River commission says hint in severe Winters floating ice is found in tile Mississippi River As far South As Vicksburg miss., hut that it is usually not found farther South than Memphis Tenn. Read tub want ads daily we do vac com upholstering Houle motor 322 South 5th St. Tel. 3 she a got a it and a it does 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 her 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. Clara Bow at her riotous Best in. A True to the Navy a Paramount All talking picture with Fredric March and Harry Green other attractions a a of Darling talking comedy Paramount news song Novelty la now showing j m through wednesday

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