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Marie Mossefin. Women's Page Editor PHONE 751-3740 W«y War I Yets Te Meet J«m 14 The Bemidji Barracks 853, Veterans of World War I and Auxiliary will meet in the VFW club rooms Tuesday, Jan. 14, at 2:30 p.m. Commander J.W. Robinson and President Alice Cloose will preside. All World War I veterans, wives or widows are welcome to attend. Lunch will follow the meeting. Further information may be had by calling Commander Robinson, 751-1544. State of Minnesota County of Beltraml DISTRICT COURT NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT SUMMONS Cyril Edwards. Plaintiff, vs. John Richardson, deceased, and also the unknown heirs of John Richardson, and also all other persons unknown claim. Ing any right, title, estate, lien, or interest in the real property described in Plaintiff's Complaint Defendants. THE STATE OF MI.VXESO- TA to the above named Defendants: You and each of you are hereby summoned and required to serve upon Plaintiff's attorney an answer to the Complaint which is on file In the office of the Clerk of the above named Court within twenty (20) days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If you fail to do so judgment by default will he taken aealnst you for the relief demanded In the Complaint. This action Involves, affects or brinps in question real property situated in the County of Beitraml. State of Minnesota, described as follows: TkF Kn«< Hnlf of the Nortk- MKt Qnnrtrr (KM- «l \EM). Section Twenty - three (£3), itnd thr AVrxt Unit <•! the Xorthnrxt Qnnrtvr <W\t nj XW%». Scc-ll.in Twenty-four 1241. nil In Tmvnshlp Our Fnrtjr.iu.vMi (1471. H :i n K t Thirty-two <:I2>. accorillnE to the 1'nlteri stntes Government Nurvry thereof. The object of this action Is to determine adverse claims of the Defendants and each of them In and to said real property .and to forever bar said Defendants and each of them from any rlpht, title, estate, Interest, or Hen In and to said real property. Dated this 12th day of December, 1968. Edward H. Westerlund Attorney for Plaintiff First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Eveleth, Minn. 55734 State of Minnesota County of Beitraml DISTRICT COURT NINTH JUDICIAT, DISTRICT 9 CO M. B.I A'l JTT ..; (Same parties as In • :Summons preceding: this Complaint) Plaintiff, for a cause of action herein, alleses as follows: 1. That the Plaintiff is t h e owner in fee simple and in possession of the following described real estate all within the County of BeKrami and State of Minnesota, to-wlt: The En«t Hnlf of the North. tn«t «lnnrter (F.^4 of \EH), Section Twenty - three (B.1). nnd the Went Hnlf of the Northw«t Qnarter (WH «' VWVi). Section Twenty-four (51), nil In Townnhlp One Forty-seven (147), R«me« Thirty-two (.12), ficoorrilnir to the fnltert State OoTern- ment Survey thereof. 2. That the Defendants above named and each of them claim or way claim to have some right, title, estate, Interest, or Hen In and to the above described lands and premises or some part thereof adverse to the claim of title of the Plaintiff herein, but that the Plaintiff alleges that the Defendants and each of them have, In fact, no right, title, estate, Interest, or lien In and to said lands or In and to any part thereof. WHEREFORE. Plaintiff demands judgment against Defendants and each of them and also against all other persona unknown claiming and who may claim any right, title, estate, interest, or lien in and to the real estate described herein and for judgment decreeing and adjudging that the Plaintiff is the owner in fee simple of said lands free and clear of any and all claims nf said Defendants or any of them, or any persons unknown claiming any right, title, estate. Interest or lien In the real estate herein described or any part thereof; and for judgment adjudg- and decreeing that the Defendants and each of ing One RECEIVES DEGlfEE ~ Mrs. William Ross of Hedlake, the former Muriel Phelps of Bemidji, completed her work towards a bachelor of science degree in vocal music and special education at Bemidji State College at the end of the fall term, 1968. Mrs. lioss willbegranted her diploma at commencement exercises June 5th at the college stadium. While at Bemidji State, Hrs.Ross participated in National Music Education Association and Music Educators National conference. OBITUARY Joint Services for Redlake Youths at Redlake on Sunday Joint funeral services for John Bedeau, John Waybenais, Paulette Barrett and Roselyn Desjarlait of Mediate, who were found dead in their car at Chicago Tuesday will be held at the Immaculate Conception church at Redlake Sunday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Cassian Ossendorf, OSB will officiate. The bodies will lie in state at the Tribal Council Theater at Redlake where a wake will be held this evening and Saturday evening. All four people were born at Redlake, John Bedeau was born Refresher PrograM For Hursts to Open January 20 Another in the series of Refresher Programs for Registered Nurses is scheduled to begin at the Bemidji Hospital Jan. 20 according to Miss Janice Wallaker, director of nurses. The program is sponsored by the Minnesota Hospital Association and the Nurses Association and the purpose is to renew the nurse's skills and self confidence so essential innurs- ing. The course is for four weeks with classes from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the hospital. The first three will consist mostly of theory and the fourth week practical nursing. Registered nurses of Bemidji and area are urged to take advantage of the course and may register with Miss Wallaker at the Hospital, 751-5430. SCHOOL MENUS High School Monday — Chili with ground beef and beans, crackers.vege- table sticks, Parkerhouse rolls, diced peaches and milk. Tuesday — Scallop potatoes and ham, red cranberry salad, peanut butter sandwiches,lemon supremes and milk. Wednesday —Barbecued beef on buns, pickles, buttered green beans, egg salad sandwiches, apple sauce and milk. Thursday — Turkey chow mein over Chinese noodles and rice, caramel rolls, peanut butter sandwiches, apricot sauce and milk. Friday — Buttered whipped potatoes, barbecued wieners, cheese squares, buttered dinner rolls, orange juice and milk. J.W. Smith Monday — Baked beans with wieners, celery sticks, Parker- house rolls, apple sauce.cheese squares and milk. Tuesday — Spaghetti hamburger casserole, peanut butter sandwiches, buttered peas, homemade bread, carrot sticks, fruit cup and milk. Wednesday— Barbecued hamburger on bun, plain sand- ABOUT PEOPLE Sept. 4, 19.48; John Waybenais, . vvil *? s ' buttered corn, peach- |April|l6, IjaSO; &ulette ||||3'upslae-dpwn.cake and milk, 'rett,'March 18, i§51 and Ros'e Desjarlait March 3, 1952. The victims apparently died of carbon monoxide poisoning. The young people, who were all related, had gone to Chicago to find employment. them he forever barred from asserting any right, title, estate, Interest, or lien In and to said lands or any part thereof adverse to the Plaintiff. Dated this 12th day of December, 1968. . Edward H, Wester und Attorney for Plaintiff First X'at'l Bank Rldg. Eveleth. Minn. 55731 File No." 22467 State of Minnesota ) County of Heltraml ) DISTRICT COURT NIN'TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT XOTICB OF I.IS PKXURNS (Same parties as in Summons preceding this Notice.) NOTICR IS HF.RRBY GIV- I-7N*. That the above entitled action has been commenced ami the complaint therein Is now on file in the office of the clerk of the District Court above named; that the names of the parties to said action »re as rbove stated; that the real property affected. Involved and brought In question by said action Is the tracts of land In the County of Bcltra- ml State of Minnesota. described as follows, to-wit: •me En«t Hnlf of the Northe»M dinner <EV4 «>' NEW), •eetlnn Twenty - tliree «»», »nj the Went Hnlf »' «•« North we.t Qnnrler <WM of NWV4). Hectlnn Twenty-four <S4>, nil In Town.Hn r"orty-«even (147). T»lrty-<w« (Ml. to the Unit** Stnte. not-eminent Surrey thereof. NOTICE IS F11RTHRR f.IV- EN, That the object of said action Is: To determine tne title unit »dverse claims of the nhove defendants and onch of them In »ni1 to snld real property and to forever bar »»M defendant! from any right, title. «•«»!*. lien or Inte.rent In nnd to xnM rent Property. TV»»»rt T>eccjnb«r K, 1»»»- Kdwuril H. Wcstcrliinrt Plaintiff" Attorney Flrnl Nut'l Tt»nk BMg. Kveleth, Mlnne«<it» Ida 11/17; 1/l-M MRS. UNA SLOUGH Mrs. Lina Slough, 75, 1209 Irvine Avenue, Bemidji, died at the LaSalle Convalescent Home, Minneapolis, Thursday where she had been a patient for two weeks. She was born in Osage Jan. 17, 1893 and had been a resident of Bemidji many years. Her husband, Frank Slough, preceded her in death Feb. 19, 1954. Survivors include four sons, Thomas of Brewster, N.Y., Phil of Detroit, Mich., Neil of Long Island, N.Y., and Donald of Savage, Minn.; two daughters, Mrs. Beulah Barstad of Portland, Ore., and Mrs. Beryl Swanstrom of Richfield; 15 grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren; two brothers, Nat Petrie of Bemidji and Clyde Petrie of Chicago. Funeral services will beheld at the McKee Funeral Home Saturday at 1 p.m. The Rev. ClairSiple, pastor of the United Methodist church, will officiate with burial in Greenwood cemetery. MRS. MAGGIE GAKBOW Mrs. Maggie Garbow, 62, of Boy River diet! at the Bemidji hospital Thursday. Funeral services will be announced by the Thomas Funeral Home of Walker. BIRTHS •... >,. Mr. and Mrs. William Peterson of Fargo announce the adoption of their chosen son, John Cithers, seven weeks old. Mrs. Peterson is the former Barbara Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Birchmont Road. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Peterson of Park Rapids are the paternal grandparents. The Petersons have a fouryear old son, Eric. FREE BINGO ELKS CLUB Friday 8:45 to 9:00 p.m. EVERYONE WELCOME! HOSPITAL NOTES Thursday — Vegetable beef soup and crackers, caramel rolls, carrot and celery sticks, cookie, raisin cup and milk. Friday — Mashed potatoes, cubed beef in gravy, buttered dinner rolls, cabbage salad, fruit jello and milk. Lincoln Monday — Chili with beans, vegetable sticks, Parkerhouse rolls, orange juice and milk. Tuesday — Macaroni and cheese, vegetable sticks.jelly sandwiches, fruited jello and milk. Wednesday — Charburgers, buttered green beans, chocolate pudding and milk. Thursday — Tomatowith rice soup,crackers,cheese squares, vegetable sticks, caramel rolls, and milk. Friday — Mashed potatoes, creamed peas, fish sticks, buttered dinner rolls, peach sauce and milk. Central Monday — Fish sticks, mashed potatoes with butter, buttered Parkerhouse rolls, vegetable sticks, orange juice, chocolate chip cookies and milk. Tuesday — Macaroni and cheese, egg salad sandwiches, buttered peas, apple crisp with topping and milk. Wednesday — Hamburger on bun, mustard or catsup, buttered whole kernel corn, celery sticks, apricot sauce and milk. Thursday — Vegetable beef soup, crackers and cheese.cel- ery sticks, pineapple tidbits, caramel rolls and milk. Friday — Creamed potatoes with wieners, buttered green beans, dinner rolls, butter, fresh fruit and milk. Carr Lake Monday — Rice noodle hot- dish, buttered corn, sandwich- es.gingerbread and lemon sauce and milk. Tuesday — Beef stew with vegetables, peanut butter sandwiches, pineapple sauce and milk. Wednesday — Mashed potatoes and gravy, vegetable sticks, sandwiches, pudding and milk. Thursday — Chili con carne ADMITTED THURSDAY Mrs. Jack Eisenman, Leonard;Emery Smerud, Mrs. John Kolkin, Mrs. Olive Evans, John McKensie, Michael Magaurn, Mrs. D. Robertson, Bemidji; Donald Ferguson, Wirt; Mrs. Joseph Brown, Redby; Mrs. Robert McDowall, Walker; Louis Selsz, Fairfax. DISMISSED THURSDAY Earl Anderson, Mrs. Lloyd Lind, Wellington Schroeder, Fred Mangelsdorf, Bemidji; Delbert Crowson, Mrs. Donald Latterell, Northome; Alfred Dahl, Guthrie; Alfred Dalby, Pinewood and Ruth Ann Patch.Black- duck. DIANE BRAUN, JUNIOR at Bemidji State college, has resumed her studies after a holiday visit at her home in Blackduck. SEAMAN APPRENTICE L.D. Trisco, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Triseo of Shevlin, participated in the Navy's Uni- tas IX cruise around South America aboard the guided missile light destroyer USS Josephus Daniels, homeported in Norfolk, Va., began the 10,000 miles cruise in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The cruise involved ships and aircraft of five South American navies, three U.S. Navy surface ships and one submarine, in addition to the U.S. Navy Unitas IX Show Band. During the joint operations held on both sides of the South American continent the U.S. Navy and South American units worked together in the task of guaranteeing the safety of shipping lines to and from the continent. During the cruise Unitas IX personnel visited over a dozen ports in eight countries and experiences four seasonal changes. with crackers, sandwiches, chocolate cake and milk. Friday — Creamed potatoes with wieners, buttered peas, sandwiches, sauce and milk. Lab Monday — Bean and bacon soup, beef-macaroni-tomato casserole, tossed salad, pudding, bread, butter and milk. Tuesday — Wieners on bun, baked beans, sliced cucumbers, cookies, bread, butter and mi Ik. Wednesday — Beef soup, country sausage casserole.po- tato chips, vegetable sticks, fresh fruit, bread, butter and milk. Thursday — Soup, chicken salad sandwich, peanut butter sandwich, potato sticks, jello salad, brownies, bread, butter and milk. Friday — Potato soup,tuna noodle casserole, potato chips, jelly sandwich, tossed salad, fresh fruit, bread, butter and milk. Northern Monday—Spanish rice ground beef hotdish, buttered peas, pineapple tidbits, plain sandwich and milk. Tuesday — Mashed potatoes, ground beef gravy, buttered green beans, bars, plain and jelly sandwich and milk. Wednesday— Homemade MES GEORGIA SUE Erdmann, social worker at the Stewart School, Flint, Mich., has returned after a holiday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Erdmann, South Lake Irving. ARMY' PRIVATE First Class Harlan E. Johnson, IS son of Mrs. Violet Johnson, 909 Bemidji Avenue, completed an air traffic control operator course Dec. 4 at Keesler Air Force base, Miss. During the 18-week course, he trained in aircraft recognition, conventional and radar approach control and air traffic rules. LAV'ONNE OLSON OF Blackduck, who has been attending Bemidji State college, transferred to the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, for the winter quarter. SERVICES WERE HELD in Stenshoel Chapel, Crookston, Wednesday for Mrs. David Carver, 71, of Crookston who died Jan. 5. She was a sisterof Mrs. Ervin Caouette of Mizpah and Harold Haller of Cass Lake. Three daughters and a son, six sisters and two brothers also survive. GARY BUTLER, WHOSPENT a couple days this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Butler and sister.C'o- leen, left today by bus for Ankney, Iowa to resume his studies at Faith Baptist Bible College. He is minister of music at the Harlan, Iowa Baptist church. MISS FERN SHUHART of Lynwood, Calif., who was called here by the death of her nephew, Lt. William DeBoer, who was killed in Vietnam Dec. 29, will leave by plane Saturday for her home. The funeral was held in Ray.Minn. Wednesday and Miss Shuhart remained for a couple days visit with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius DeBoer. She was a guest of her mother, Mrs. lillie Shuhart in Bemidji. Her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Shuhart motored to Ray for her. KARL DRAHEIM, STUDENT at Faith Baptist Bible college at Ankney, Iowa will leave Saturday to resume his studies after a holiday visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orwin C. Draheim, 2608 Bemidji Ave. turkey noodle soup, crackers, carrot-celery sticks, apricot sauce, plain sandwich and milk. Thursday — Scalloped potatoes with wieners, buttered corn, plum sauce, plain sandwich and milk. Friday — Tuna rollups with cheese sauce, peas and carrots, chocolate pudding, plain sandwich and milk. WEDDING DANCE Shevlin Hall Jan. llth, 1969 Mr.' & Mrs. George Ulmer (nee Evonne Lundmark) MUSiC BY THE PLAYBOYS Country and Western m MI i-zciwr IT 5 TWICE AS FAST UP TO 30 COPIES A MINUTE iT MOlOSMORE PAPER UP IO 77b COPIES WITHOUT HE F'lUNG IT OFFERS AN UNPRECEDENTED ONE YEARS FREE SERVICE AMD IT COSTS LtSS THAN MOST •*" Co. 516 Beltrami, Bemidji If the Shoe Fits. Bob Herington 'Good' shoes are made to be fitted from the heel forward, through the arch, to the ball of the foot. A properly fitted 'good' shoe does not fit the toes; it must be roomy ahead, on the sides and above the toes. With this desidable roominess up front, the arch and heel sections must fit well to keep the foot from sliding forward and popping out of the shoe. Such construction requires better, slower shoe - making that costs money. The other concept of a shoe - fit regards only the toes. The one criterion is that the toes must be at or very near the front of the shoe. The heel won't slip because a short shoe exerts enough pressure to hold it on. After a brief time, the toe- fitted shoes give enough to allow the great toes to hit the ends of the shoes. Then every walking step is crowding those toes forward with a lever action which exerts pressure that is six to e i g h t times the weight of the child's body. This is a high price to pay for cheap shoes, and the corns and bunions that can result. HERINGTON5 SHOE STORE LAST YEAR'S WINNERS—Outstanding Young Man of Ihe Year for 1967. was Bill Bender. Jr. (left), while the award for Outstanding Boss wenl to Jim Miichell (right). Residents are invited to send their nominations in by midnight Sunday for the Outstanding Young Man or Boss o( 1968. The award banquet will be held Wednesday. (See nomination blinks on thit p*g»). CBMC Installation Facul *Y Wives Dinner Saturday 7o Meef Jan - 8 The Christian Business Men's Committee will hold its annual Installation Dinner Saturday, G:30 p.m. at the Sveden House. New officers to be installed are: John Stilwell, chairman; Don Palm, vice- chairman; Glenn Larson, secretary and Ken Skogen, treasurer. Oscar Ness, regional CBMC counsellor will do the installing. Dr. Roy Bengtson will show slides and tell of his trip to Peru. All members and wives are urged to attend. Clubs & Lodges An evening of dramatic readings is planned for the Bemidji State College Faculty Wives on Tuesday' at 8 p.m. at the Xewman Center. Mrs. Robert Baker is chairman of the hostess committee to be assisted by Mmes Don Bye, Al Fenske, Gerald .Nelson, Randy Xyquist and Frank Sac- coman. FILM AT LIBRARY Mrs. Lila Bruun, librarian, will show the film Walt Disney's Tale of Jimmy Cricket at the library Saturday at 10:30 a.m. duringtheChildren'sStory Hour period. Bcmidji D»«r Pioneer * Friday. Jan. 10.1969 Cultural Arts- (continued from Page 1) will offer a full length production based on American folklore with staging, costumes and lighting at 8:15 p.m. March 10 in the Bemidji High School Auditorium. Final event of the winter quarter will be the March 16 production of Arthur Honegger's oratorio "King David," featuring the BSC choirs.solo- ists, and wind and percussion emsemble at 8 p.m. in the Bemidji High School Auditorium. Admission is free. Seasonal ticket holders will be admitted to all these events, except the Jan. 23 production of Shaw's "The Devil's Disciple." Tickets may be purchased at the door for all events. Lectures are §1.50 for adults and 75 cents for children. The ballet and Odetta concert will be $2.50 for adults and $1.50 for children. Bemidji State College students will be admitted to all events on their activity and identification cards. MR. AND MRS. MONTE McKeig and family and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Campbell of Minneapolis were overnight guests Tuesday of Mrs. McKeig'spar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Wattles. They attended the funeral Wednesday at the Sacred Heart Catholic church, Federal Dam, for Mr. McKeig's father.Ed- ward McKeig, who died Jan. 5. MONDAY CHAPTER L OF Minnesota TTT will meet at the home of Mrs. Winston Naylor, 2300 Birchmont Drive, Monday at 7:30 p.m. ICE BOX TOPS Club meet in Room 222,SeniorHighSchool Monday at 7:30 p.m. SWEET ADELINES will rehearse at the First Presbyterian church Monday at 7:45 p.m. TUESDAY PAST MATRONS OF THE Eastern Star will meet at the home of Mrs. HerbertWarfield, 1318 Bemidji Avenue, Tuesday at. 8 p.m. Mrs. H.E. Hobergand Mrs. Henry Arfsten will be co- hostesses. your best homebuy. You can own a new home at the lowest possible cost. The facts are surprising. • 100?o FINANCING of everything we ship and construct. . Low interest tales. • NO PAYMENTS FOR 6 MONTHS. 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Nominator must be employee or under supervision of person nominated. 2. Entry must be accompanied by reason for nomination. 3. All nominations must be received by Jaycee DSA Committee prior to January 13, 1969. MAIL ENTRIES TO: BEMIDJI JAYCEES, BOX 293, BEMIDJI Official Nomination Blank Outstanding Young Man Award, 1968 BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA NAME OF NOMINEE. ADDRESS ACHIEVEMENT AND NATURE OF SERVICE TO COMMUNITY RULES: SIGNED— ADDRESS. 1. Award will be conferred for achievements, leadership and service to community during calendar year of 1968. The award is for direct outstanding service and has no relationship to Jaycee membership. Nominee need net be a Jaycee member. 2. Only young men 35 years or younger are eligible. If nomine* has not reached his 36th birthday before Dec. 31, 1969. 3. Judging committee will be composed of citizens over the age 35. 4. All nominations must be received by Jaycees DSA Committee prior to January 16, 1969. MAIL ENTRIES TO: BEMIDJI JAYCEES, BOX 293, BEMIDJI