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Huron Weekly State Spirit (Newspaper) - January 11, 1917, Huron, South Dakota
A a a a weekly state spirit faultless Rajam in night shirts re for Mam Emkus Jeffco Fausti Ess Tram Mark for real sleeping Comfort i you should Wear a one piece faultless. F we carry them in All weights and colors. V Don t forget the children we have just the thing for them. F. Koepp so co reliable clothing and menus furnishings 2ss-257 Dakota Avenue local news its my from tuesdays daily. Dis Maude Roberts has arrived in Fergus Falls Minne a and will make her Home Here h her brother w. Roberts of Royal hotel. Miss Roberts was Ompa Nied by or. Roberts son Amas who will enter the Public tools Here. Or. And mrs. Fred Birks returned s morning it from wedding trip of eral weeks to Chicago and Pointe Iowa. Drs. M. Whisman is reported to quite ill of pneumonia at her Home this City. I. Ainsworth is suffering from attack of appendicitis it Iron High school students today a an their week of semester exam tons the first half year of school sing this week. Lie regular meeting of the Jetson school Parent teachers Assolin will be held tomorrow at 3 00 in. The proposed Constitution will voted upon at this time. There is 0 some other very important Busis to be discussed. Arrangements re been made to have babies and my children taken care of during Warner death came very suddenly. He had been pastor of the Mobridge Church for three years and just before his death resigned the pastorate to become financial Secretary of Thrall Academy near Strool in Perkins county. Or. Warner also held the position of Moderator of the South Dakota congregational Confer ence. E Down last night in the Clint returning to his on account of Tagus Leader a. K. Prominent resident of As in the City Over night. Error appeared in saturday rings municipal court notes in Ting that George King was armed on a charge in police court s person who was under arrest Walter King. I w. H. Thrall has returned from fridge where he went to take re of the funeral services of or. Warner pastor of the Congre ional Church of that place. Or. It. Rev. Hugh l. Burleson the new Bishop of the episcopal diocese of South Dakota will with his family arrive in Sioux Falls this week to make their permanent Home. The new Bishop comes to South Dakota from several years of successful work As Secretary of the Board of missions in new York City. A meeting of the Hamilton elementary school Parent teachers association will be held in the kindergarten room in the Hamilton building on wednesday january to at three o clock. Pupils from grades one to five will sing songs dramatize stories and give Folk dances. The Hoys glee club will sing. Miss Fer Guson the red Cross nurse for Beadle county will speak on a child a Constitution and by Laws for the association will be discussed and acted upon. Mrs. Grace Sutphen of this City has recently been appointed Matron of the Odd Fellows Home at Dell rapids. Mrs. Sutphen went to the Home a month ago to assist the new Matron mrs. Carrie m. Cleveland become settled in the Home and later was unable to return to Huron because of an attack of Lagrippe. Mrs. Cleveland s health is such that she is unable to attend to the duties of the office and so mrs. Sutphen has taken the position for the time being. Members of the lutheran Church at their annual meeting last evening elected the following officers to serve during the coming year trustees Martin Kvinge Peter Nelson and lenos Nelson deacons John Engle Bretson Martin Kvinge and Louis Melum Deaconesses mrs Joseph thorsness and mrs. George Schmidt of twid agr school Christine Gunderson corresponding Secretary mrs. L. Melum Secretary treasurer Charlotte Kerkow. Preceding the meeting a supper was served the congregation in the Church dining room. G. In Bennett of Yale transected business in the City yesterday. W. L. Brown was a visitor in the City yesterday from Watertown. E. G. Lyon of Sioux Falls was registered at the Dakota House yesterday. George Pratt of Carpenter spent the Day Here yesterday looking after business matters. V. W. Harris of Willow lakes was a Huron visitor yesterday. A. Hoy of la Dell was shopping in the City yesterday. R. Beals of Miller was a guest at the Royal yesterday. James Murphy of Hitchcock is spending a few Days Here looking after business interests. J. Evans l. Hawley and Vernon c. Barie were visitors in the City from Sioux Falls yesterday. If. E. Palmer a resident of Brookings spent the Day in Huron yesterday on business. William Jones of Virgil was attending to business matters in Huron yesterday. A. F. Culhane of Brookings is spending a few Days in the City on business. Word received from Scott Taylor who was stricken suddenly Blind several weeks ago and who is now taking treatment at a Hospital in Rochester Minnesota states that he is rapidly recovering. He has regained his Complete sight in one Eye and is Able to see fairly Well with the other although from this Eye objects appear double. Seth Thornton spent yesterday in Yankton on business. Mrs. B. F. Watts and Art and Gordon Ingle of marshal Oklahoma sister and Brothers of mrs. R. Whorton arrived in the City this morning called Here by mrs who tones illness. Mrs. Whorton who has been ill for an extended period is considered now to be in a very critical condition. Thursday january la it from wednesdays daily. The commercial club is in receipt of copies of 21 Bills introduced in the House of representatives in Pierre at the present session of the legislature. The copies Are open to All who desire to read them. A letter received by friends of Rev. L. R. Bobbitt in this City states that he and his family Are pleasantly located in York Nebraska and Are enjoying their new Home very much. Announcements of the fifth annual meeting of the members of the United states chamber of Commerce at Washington d. A. January 31 to february 2 have been received by the commercial club a member of the chamber of Commerce. The local club will not Send a Delegate to the meeting but will be glad to Delegate any one from Here who will be in the Vicinity of Washington during the meetings. Mrs. Hattie Kessler returned last evening from Wessington where she has been for some time. She expects to leave tomorrow evening for Alad Den. Wyoming where she will make a of several weeks with her son Jee. W. L. Brown of Wessington is spending a few Days in the City on business matters. Ole Gonsrud of Watertown was registered at the Dakota House yesterday. Or. And mrs. F. Bager of Wolsey were visitors in the City yesterday. Bert Ensign of Wessington Springs transacted business in Huron yesterday. James Valley Lodge no. 559 m. B. A. Will have installation of officers this evening. Members should plan to be present. Oyster supper. The annual business meeting of the Young Peoples Union of the Bap p. J. Halal of Madison spent the Day Here yesterday on business. T. E. Walsh a resident of Sioux Falls was in the City yesterday. A. M. Burgeson of Kimball was a Huron visitor yesterday. W. L. Marston of Sioux Falls was a guest at the Royal yesterday. Mrs. Mccullough of Avon visited with friends in Huron today. The Baptist Mission Circle will meet at the Home of mrs. Cool thursday afternoon. Annual election of officers will be held. My revise study of arithmetic such is plan of arithmetic committee in Public schools. A committee consisting of miss Margaret Price chairman miss Emma Myers miss Nettie Cook and f. W. Reeves is working with the superintendent of schools on a revision of the course of study in arithmetic in grades one to eight. The committee is making a study of courses in use in the Best educational centers of the reports of both the Minnesota and the Iowa committees on elimination and of other investigations of this nature. They believe that the course should meet the needs Peculiar to this City and with thought in mind they have asked the business men to cooperate by answering two questions. The first has to do with the percentage of school time Given to each of the subjects of study. The following list was Given Reading 26 per cent arithmetic 16 per cent language 13 per cent handwriting four per cent history and geography 15 per cent spelling seven per cent music 7 per cent drawing six per cent Hygiene four per cent physical training two per cent. To the question a does this Appeal to you As a proper division of time a nearly fifty per cent suggested no change. About Twenty per cent would give More time to arithmetic about ten per cent More to handwriting spelling and language. About ten per cent would give less time to Reading. One answer says omit drawing. Cut three per cent from Reading and three per cent from arithmetic. Omit physical training. Divert this fourteen per cent to military training the Wyoming the second question has to do with the elimination of subjects for the arithmetic course. Almost without exception the following topics Are thought to be of Little if any value and at is recommended that they be Given but Little emphasis or omitted entirely Troy weight apothecaries weight Longitude and time surveyors table greatest common divisor least common multiple Complex fractions cube Root allegation permutations and combinations compound fractions foreign Exchange compound proportion True discount cases two and three in percentage compound interest partial payments partnership. On the other hand it is the unanimous opinion that the following topics be included in their proper places in the course saving and loaning Money modern banking methods keeping simple accounts Bonds As investments mortgages building and loan associations investing Money real estate As investment cheap rentals Good residence property business blocks or farm lands As investments Marks of a Good investment so that we May be prepared to avoid get Rick Quick concerns and Blue sky propositions Axex levies Public expenditures profits in different lines of business life insurance As Protection and investment. Footwear that saves you Money. Menus gun Metal calf Blucher lace $4.00, Oak soles and insoles. We Are giving you real All leather shoes which were purchased eight and t e n months ago and which we Are Selling on the prices of that time. A a a a of think what this is saving you when All the big advances have been since that time. Women a gun Metal calf Button $ f Black cloth top Etc. $4 of. Robinson shoe a better shoes co Ammus sask Shie legislative committees of House for the session announced by the speaker. Pierre s. D., Jan. 9.�?the following list of committees of the House has been announced. Apportionment Kaas of Marshall distr Oil of Union Withee of Turner Berdahl of Minnehaha Hoffman of Davison Juddy of Sanborn Mace of Gregory Risholt of Brookings Best of Beadle Mcgrath of Lyman Barkley of Clark Cole of Brown Muhlbeier of Mcpherson Judson of Meade a Buchholz of Butte. Appropriations an Derson of Clark Cudahy of Miner Evenson of Lincoln Gurney of Mccook Burk Hardt of Gregory Howe of Haakon Mathieson of Codington Moe of no a a my ii j a a a a a i Anderson of Brown Brown Roberts Titland of Campbell mar Pau if Grath of Lyman Best of Beadle Armstrong of Kingsbury Graff of Minnehaha Paulson of Lincoln Dis brow of Union. Livestock Hamm of Pennington Brown of Faulk Daulton of Brown Byron of Day Jeffries of Haakon Best of Beadle Thompson of Hanson Wahl of Hutchinson Mccollum of Bon homme. Telegraph and Telephone Knebel of Day Houlton of Douglas Hanson of Charles mix Woods of Charles mix Graff of Minnehaha Miller of Davison Huntley of Beadle Magness of hand Anderson of Brown. Rural credits Hall of Lyman Dalthorp of Brookings Jeffries of Stanley Guilfoyle of fall River Frieberg of Clay steel of Hyde Best of Beadle. Engrossed and enrolled Bills Lumbard of Brule Disbrow of Union Patterson of Potter Scott of Perkins Huntley of Beadle. Drainage and Artesian Wells Cole of Brown evander of Roberts Huntley of Beadle Grothe of Minnehaha Torrence of Bon homme of fid doll Irion tin of Meade Huffman of Perkins. Agriculture and horticulture go Dahl of Miner Torrence of Bon homme Hanson of Charles mix Gurney of Mccook Brenneman of Jerauld Woodford of Spink Olson of Grant Knebel of Day Anderson of Brown Rebrud of Edmunds. Assessment and taxation Mathieson of Codington Larson of Yankton rounds of Haakon Bartels of Deuel Stein of Codington Tromp son of Lawrence scoot of Perkins. Bank and banking Groce of Lake Shults of Kingsbury Howe of Haakon Rebrud of Edmunds Shirey of Corson Parrott of Dewey Mace of Gregory Judy of Sanborn Houlton of Douglas Martin of Beade Peterson of Deuel. County and county affairs Mcgrath of Lyman Evenson of Lincoln Wahl of Hutchinson Groth of Minnehaha Gilby of Spink Olson of Grant Eggen of Roberts. Education Steele of Hyde John son of Spink Groce of Lake Public health Birch of Grant Armstrong of Kingsbury Judy of Sanborn Daulton of Brown Sherill of Harding Shirey of Corson Huntley of Beadle. Killed a Fud Yilla Ista baud operating near Juarez shot into Passino ars. By United press. Tel paso tex., Jan. 9.�?a Villa Isu band under a Cache fired upon a southbound passenger train thirty Miles below Juarez killing Anc wounding several passengers according to reports reaching the United states authorities. The train seeded up and reached Chihuahua City safely. Russians capture Small Island renewed Kashian attacks were repulsed Asb Baid was frustrated. To Gover Reu rems. Confer Haye to provide nearly half a billion dollars to Square things. Washington d. C., Jan 9.�?confronted by a deficit estimated by representative Kitchin majority Leader at $495,000,000, the democratic members of the House ways and in sans committee held their first cession to consider Means for raising the reve Thompson of Hanson Benson of i nue. No decision has yet been reached. The committee will meet again thursday. Moody Kennard of Brookings Kleinsasser of Hutchinson Ruden a final query was made in the Fol of Hamlin Martin of Meade. m. Tel to _ x. _ x a lowing form a Huron is developing important Industrial and commercial interests and is the Center of a pros Craw interest from the first of january por your convenience savings Deposit de in this Bank the first ten Days in january draw interest from the first. You should plan to make a Large Deposit out of your first weeks salary in the savings department of this Bank during this time. You can do so by regulating your expenses accordingly. It is n to your advantage to do so. Because savings deposited on or before the tenth draw interest earn Money for you from the first. If you do not already have a savings account open one at this Bank on or before the tenth 10th Day of january. James Valley Bank strength service m j it list Church was held at the Church porous agricultural Section. To what last evening with a Large crowd in extent should these Community in attendance. Follo Wing a supper serv a Teress have an influence in shaping de at 7 of clock the following officers a course of study for our schools a were elected George Grattan Prest it seemed to be the judgement of All Dent miss Victorine Erickson vice j wh0 answered this question that the president miss Gladys Mann Secre chief interests of the Community fish and games Nevin of Custer Thompson of Lawrence Evender of Berlin Jan. 9.�?a russian attack made in a dense Snow storm recaptured the Small Island of Gladon North of i Hixt taken by the germans january 4th. Renewed enemy attacks on both sides of the River were repulsed. Night advances of a russian raiding detachment on the Fried e Rte Hastadt Road from i tau to Olai were unsuccessful. Official the capture of Galeas a a rumanian town is announced. It was taken in hand to hand fighting which was successfully maintained against night attacks. Yesterdays Booty taken by advancing German forces were ninety five officers 5,490 men three cannons and ten machine guns. Mrs. A g. Merrill returned last evening from the twin cities and Waseca Minnesota where she has been for several Days. The methodist Aid society will Roberts Woodford of Spink Ruden found a sure thing. I. B. Wixon Farmers Mills n. Y., meet in the Church Parlours thu red a tary Jackson Laughlin treasurer miss Emily Flint pianist. Or and mrs. W. Bryant left today for Sioux Falls where this evening they will assist in the installation of the officers of the brotherhood of american yeomen in that City. A Large number of masons Eastern stars and their families gathered at the masonic Temple last evening at the monthly party Given by Mizpah chapter o. E. S. The Early part of the evening was Given Over to cards and at ten of clock supper was served after which the remainder of the evening was Given Over to dancing Irons orchestra furnishing the music. H. Anderson was a visitor in Huron yesterday from Watertown. _ e. Blood Good of Cavour was in the City yesterday on business. Mrs. W. A ice of Wessington spent the Day in the City today visiting with friends and relatives. R. A. Peck of Sioux Falls is spending a few Days in Huron on business. F. A. St am Bach of Frankfort was in the City yesterday looking after business matters. Should be reflected in our course of study. Home making agriculture and commercial subjects led in a list of topics suggested. The committee will continue its investigations until they Are ready to recommend a tentative course of study in arithmetic. This course will then be put into use but further study and experience will be permitted to affect it by Way of change from year to year with Hie purpose of constantly increasing its value. Has used chamberlains tablets for afternoon at 2 30. A Large attend filled in mtr n it Dimit Nels Brudvig an aged Farmer thrown from his buggy Ano is dead. Of Hamlin Wood of Charles mix Burickson of Yankton. Insurance Berdahl of Minnehaha Erickson of Yankton Hanson of Charles mix Rishoi of Brookings Moe of Roberts Steele of Hude Huffman of Perkins. Judiciary a e n s o a of Moody Buchholz of Butte Sandys of Hughes Mcfarland of Codington Eggen of Roberts Kaas. Of Marshall Guilfoyle of fall River Hursh of Lawrence Kell of Mellette Lyon of Minnehaha Windlon of Turner Hall of Lyman. Military affairs Withee of Turner Bartels of Deuel Gilby of Spink Swanson of Brown Hamm of Pennington Temmey of Sully. Railroads Blake of Beadle Hursh of Lawrence of Dell of Mccook Freiberg of Clay Barkley of Clark Evender of Roberts Patterson of Potter Ingerson of Buffalo. State affairs Swanson of Brown Buchholz of Butte Shirey of Corson Hall of Lyman Dalthorp of Brookings Baldwin of Lake Sanborn of Limiter. Temperance Johnson of Spink Cole of Brown Dalthorp of Brookings Kennard of Brookings Lumbard of Brule Hoffman of Davison of Dell of Mccook Sanborn of Turner Larson of Yankton. Years for disorders of the stomach Lnch its and liver and says a a chamberlains a of tablets Are the Best i have eve Bennett of Yale was a bus obtainable every where.�?-adv.1 Ness visitor in the City yesterday. Vib Quot a Fife i Mun amp by United pm rest. He a k Yankton s. I>., a amp a. 9.�?nels but a warehouse Grain and Grain Grad Vig a Farmer seventy four years Cid. J Inge strand of Walworth Steele of was killed when his horse ran awol Hyde Ingerson of Buffalo Cole of and threw him from his buggy. Thrown Paterson of Deuel my a the big idea you want to make Money so do All of us. But the amp Reat Modem idea in business is a work together that s the idea Back of the first National Bank. We want greater Progress the same As you. How do we amp it it by honest unselfish service to each depositor. We can help you. 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