Argus-Leader from Sioux Falls, South Dakota on December 27, 1946 · Page 5
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Friday, December 27, 1946. THE DAILY ARGUS-LEADER, SIOUX FALLS, S. D. SEE JOHNSON'S FURNITURE In Sioox Falls BEFORE BUYING ANYTHING FOR THE HOME thanks .... For your patronge throughout this past year. We will be ' closed .... from Today Dec. 26th to Mar. 1st We hope you will enjoy the products purchased from us. MR. and MRS. J. C. STORM Storm's Cycle & Supply 1010 E. 8th Phone 2130 HAWKEYE STAGES New Bus Route Now Operating Through Bus Servici SIOUX FALLS TO SHENANDOAH, IA, Leave Sioux Fails 9 A. M, and 5:15 P. M. Daily Serving the towns of Larchwood, Lester, Rock Rapids, Sibley. Sheldon, Sanborn, Cherokee, Holstein, Carroll, Audubon, Atlantic, Red Oak and Shenandoah, Iowa. Stops In all Intermediate towns. Leave Shenandoah, 12:35 p. m. Arrive Sioux Falls 10:45 p. m. Daily. Leave Cherokee 8 a. m. 7 p. m. Daily. Arrive Sioux Falls 11:45 a. m. and 10:15 p. m. Daily. For information Phone 5050 Union Bus Terminal, Sioux Falls DATES FIXED FOR SUMMER HILLS FETES Association Acts as Clearing House for Many Celebrations Sturgis, S. D., Dec. 27 Next summer's dates for major special events and celebrations in western South Dakota were announced today by the Black Hills and Bad Lands association, which is acting as a clearing house for information on major scheduled tourist attractions. Details of some special event are still In the formative stages, but general plans have been laid and all but one conflict in the summer schedule have been eliminated. Horse Show Is First After the annual Horse Show In Rapid City June 14-15, the July nroeram swings into high gear with the Black Hills Roundup at Belle Fourche July 3-5. It will be fol lowed by the anniversary celebra- j tion at Wall, July 10: the pari-mutuel horse races at Hot Springs, July U-13; the airfair at Spear-fish, Julv 19-20; Range Days at Rapid City, July 18-20. and Gold Discovery Days at Custer, July 25-26. The Days of '76 at Deadwood will be held August 1-3; the Jack Pine Gypsy Tour and Motorcycle Classic at Sturgis, August 9-10; boat races at Sheridan lake, August 17; a new celebrtaion at Hill City. August 23-24, and the Key City rodeo at Sturgis, August 31 and September 1. Lead plans to revive its traditional Labor Day fete on September 1. In deference to the Spearfish Snappers' club which stages the annual air show at the Black Hills airport, the Range Days organization has voted to stage a floodlight rodeo In Rapid City Sunday, July 20, to allow Black Hills residents and visiting tourists to take in both events. Passion Play May Continue Efforts also are being made to insure three continuing tourist attractions during the summer months, These include the Black Hills Passion Play at the Spearfish ampitheatre under the direction of Josef Meier; the Black Hills Playhouse in Custer state park, a summer theatre sponsored by the University of South Dakota and the Game, Fish and Parks Commission, and the Belle Fourche-to-Devils Tower horseback ride, which plans to operate on a three-times-monthly schedule. Communities planning other events are being urged to send information on them to the Black Hills and Bad Lands association office so that they may be listed in planned publicity, advertising and special events calendars. Children's Records! For Your Boy or Girl Educational Records For School and Home WILLIAMS PIANO CO. 218-20 S. Main December 27, 1926 Today's temperatures: high 29-low 14. Tops of the livestock markets: hogs $11.75; cattle $10. More than $600 in cash was taken by robbers who blew the Crescent Creamery safe sometime last night The loss was estimated by E. R Evenson. secretary. The Chamber of Commerce has endorsed the resolution made by the Retail Plumbers' association that the city should build and maintain two comfort stations in the downtown area. More than 4,000 children the largest crowd of young folks ever gathered In the city were on hand for the Elks club and Argus-Leader Christmas party in the Coliseum yesterday. Sam Cornish, manager of the Princess theatre, will complete shooting the film he is making for the local Boy Scouts tomorrow. Scouts will parade through the downtown streets for the final scenes. K. L. Price will be the manager of the new branch the New York Life ; Insurance company is opening here January I. V. C. Smull, for the past 13 years assistant sales man ager of Jewett Bros. St Jewett Grocery company, has resigned his po sition and will be connected with the firm. Bill Ziske won the prize at the YMCA bowling alleys for the high average of the season 191. Claude Shaw ran a close second with 190. The Palace of Sweets cafe badly damaged last week by fire will be rebuilt at a cost of $10,000, Mrs. L. B. McCrossan and Mrs. Eva R. Greeley, the owners, announced today. 40 YEARS AGO The wife of James G. Blaine, Jr., son of the statesman, received a divorce in record time here today. She was a resident Just six months. Cancer Group Closes First Year's Work State Division Incorporates end Forms Five Districts Watertown, Dec. 27 The lay and medical campaign against canoer. organized as the American Cancer society, really got started in the United States 33 years ago but this year is observing its 10th anniver sary of lay activity. s The South Dakota division of the cancer society, nearing the end of its first year of real activity, has adopted articles of incorporation, with the state divided into five dis tricts to make more efficient the active educational program. The educational directors for each district have combined layman and medical personnel. Medical Personnel Named Medical personnel for the east district includes Dr. Richard Max well. Clear Lake, Deuel county; Dr. Abner Willen, Clark, Clark county; Dr. M. Drobmsky, Estelline Ham lin county: Dr. E. H. Grove Arling ton, Kingsbury county; Dr. J. A. Muggly. Madison, Lake county; Dr. F. E. Boyd jr., Flandreau, Moody county; Dr. E. A. Hofer, Howard Miner county; Dr. William Duncan, Webster, Day county, and Dr. P. T. Younker Sisseton, Roberts county. Dr. William Duncan Is chairman. For the southern district: Dr. J, C. Ohlmacher, Vermillion, Clay county; Dr. C. H. Delaney, Canton, Lincoln county; Dr. L. J. Pankow. Sioux Falls. Minnehaha county, and Dr. C. E. Kemper, Viborg, Turner county, with Dr. H. H. Breit as chairman. For the central district: Dr. C. V. Auld Plankinton, Aurora county Dr. J. H. Lloyd. Mitchell, Davison county; Dr. W. F. Bollinger, Parks ton, Hutchinson county; Dr. Albert DeVries, Platte, Charles Mix county, and Dr. M. W. Pangburn, Miller, Hand county. Dr. Hans Jacoby is cnairman. For the northern district: Dr. P. R. Scallin Redfield, Spink county; Dr. Leo W. Graff, Britton. Mar. shall county; Dr. Paul McCarthy, Aberdeen, Brown county, with Dr McCarthy as chairman. For the western district: Dr. T. F. Riggs, Pierre, Hughes county; Dr, E. A. Wilkinson, Highmore, Hyde county; Dr. F. H. Creamer. Dupree, Ziebach county; Dr. J. H. Davis, Belle Fourche, Butte county; Dr. C. F. Morsman, Hot Springs, Fall River county; Dr. J. C. Smiley, Deadwood, Lawrence county; Dr. E J. Sundet, Kadoka, Jackson county Dr. F. E. Manning, Custer, Custer county; Dr. R. E. Jernstrom Rapid City, Pennington county, Dr. J. E, Mannion, Gregory, Gregory county Dr. J. E. Nudenberg, Winner, Tripp county, with Dr. E. H. Brock as chairman. A. C. Fisher Heads District Lee Altfilish is eastern district commander, with the following county commanders: Mrs. S. G, Froiland, Clear Lake; Mrs. Melvin Thorne, Clark; Mrs. M. Dubrinsky, Estelline; Mrs. Otto Tommeraasen, Madison: and Mrs. L. G. Atherton and Mrs. W. B. Campbell, Flandreau. A. C. Fisher is the southern district commander with Mrs. Howard I. Cashman, Sioux Falls, as county commander. J. M. Lloyd, Yankton, is central district commander, Fred Soiles is northern district commander, and Mrs. C. A. Quanberg, Rapid City, western district commander, with the following county commanders: Mrs. Sam McMaster, Belle Fourche; Irene Ottman, Hot Springs; Mrs. Elmre I. Pontius, Deadwood; Mrs. A. A. Barton, Hermosa, Mrs. C. A. Quanberg Rapid City; Mrs. C. A. Zoitner, Mission, and Mrs. Rudie Mich, Buffalo. Christmas Twins mtf ,. ji . i. . ,. m - - . -,. - i - r . t t : ' I t i s ' r .( . :' "I ' A i- 1 V - A - r . x j if i -v-v - , y - til -K I 4 s, , ''v-r' - II Mrs. Hilmoe's Rites Monday Daughter of Pioneers of Brookings County Dies ct Colman Colmsn. S. D., Dec. 27 Funeral sen-ices will be held In Hegre Lu theran church near here at 3 p. m. Monday for Mrs. John Hilmoe, daughter of pioneers, who died at her home near Colman Thursday.; The Rev. Laurel Johnson will officiate at the services. Christine Trj'fstad was born at Medary. near Brookings, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erick Trygstad, early Brookings county pioneers, on September 22. 1876 She attended normal schools at Madison. Minn., and Madison, S. D., after which she taught in the pub lic schools for 14 years. She also taught in parochial schools. She was married in 1905 to John Hilmoe, who with one daughter Mrs. H. N. Leverson. and two granddaughters, survives. Mrs. Hilmoe was active in church and community affairs until the time of her death. She was also literature secretary of the Madison circuit of the Women's Missionary federation of the Evangelical Lutheran church. A Mrs. Gus Lingenfelter presented her husband with twin sons Christmas Day at American Legion hospital, Newark, N. J. The first baby weighed two and one-half pounds. A second boy was born a minute later and weighed in at one and one-quarter pounds. Doctors at the hospital said they were In "very good condition." (AP wirephoto). Lid on Unit Rent Raised Action Affects Ceilings in Buildings Converted to Dwelling Units Washington, Dec. 27 (P) Be cause of the uptrend in construc tion costs, OPA officials disclosed today, the agency has raised potential rent ceilings in buildings converted into dwelling units. Up to now unit rents have been based on ceilings for similar accommodations in the same area, plus a maximum of $3 per month per $1,000 of construction cost. The new rules raise this maximum to $4. j The action comes at a time when j housing officials are planning a ! drive for more rental housing units, including more conversions of such structures as large homes and emprji buildings into multi-family dwellings. The OPA official who disclosed the new rent formula said that it was establishing independently of the housing drive. Other officials said today the Federal Housing administration may ask the Office of Temporary Controls, of which OPA is a part, for permission to take over the fixing of rents on conversion dwelling projects. Housing officials were reported as confident that they could coax more capital into this type of housing if OPA did not fix the ceilings. ,. FHA already has authority to fix rentals on new construction. Brookings, S. D. Miss Rcba Adams, handicraft specialist, Wash' ington, will conduct a handicraft training school for home demon stration agents January 27 to February 1. according to an an nouncement by Miss Nora M. Hott, state home demonstration leader ef the State college extension service Brookings, S. D. Eileen Wagner Huron, and Bernard Sauber, Yankton, won first places in the women's and men's extemporaneous contests held by the State college speech de partments. FOR RENT Radios tor Hospital Use FEAY'S FRIENDLY SERVICE Phone 610 216 S. Main Ave 25 Years In Sioux Falls - inn ii - .-,--.w-m,.i in i ,1 I j -- i ,1-' j L- J mm (MM) w Pipii-Cola Company, Long Island City, AT. Y. Franchised Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. of SIOL'X FALLS FORMER GREGORY MAN IS KILLED IN OMAHA Omaha, Dec. 27 (JP)A collision between his automobile and a streetcar proved fatal last night to Carl Oscar Lundstrom, 68. retired farmer and stockman, who formerly lived in Gregory, S. D. Police said Lundstrom's car and the tram collided head-on. The elderly man was pronounced dead on arrival at a hospital. Dan Sullivan, Lundstrom's son-in-law, with whom he made his home, said the elderly man had a heart attack about a month ago. Lundstrom's death was Omaha's 11th traffic fatality of the year. Among survivors is a brother, Alfred Lundstrom of Spencer, la. We are one of the few who know how and also do, superb cleaning and artistic dyeing. All work done in our own plant Laundry DAKOTA Cleaners Phone 30 7 7r i i R. A. CALEF Accountant Audits and Systems Telephone 4226 PIERRE MAN GETS JAIL, FINE ON CHECK CHARGE Huron, Dec. 27 (Ph- For at tempting to cash a check which was worthless, John O. Woodrome Pierre, was fined $25 and sentenced to 10 days in the county jail in municipal court Thursday. Jail sentence was suspended on good behavior. Woodrome was brought before Municipal Judge C. N. Hall after he had been apprehended Christmas Day at a Huron hotel when he tried to pass a check drawn on a Pierre bank. Subsequent Investigation by Huron police revealed that Woodrome had no account at the bank named. O j" - " in j, JF J AY i f.H 3V PRCFEBREO STOCK jfa s , ; i - X V V 1 Finest Rubber fjf w. o ... h. fr C7TfTTTfMr ruprb quality Ol San Martin V A ; tUmmtkmmStmi' CaUfoinia Port. Produced " C' iron non-irrlgald grapB I : grown la h Santa Clara L ' jtj ' " at the ' win. Bottled by thowineryi rVlrvV lV Sioux Falls Wholesale Co., Inc. is Sioux Falls, South Dakota lifJ Son Martin Vineyards Co. Son Martin, Calif. Family Beverage Store Dakota'. Oldest, Largest anl MOST COMPLETE Liquor Stor HoUrwood Theatre Bldr. 214-218 N. Phillip ATenuo Family Gets Rent Free for 2 Years Steubenvllle, Dec. YlUPy Mrs. John Robinson and her 10 children, evicted from their home for nonpayment of rent, were back in today and with the rent paid for two years. Sheriff Robert D. Bates said the family was evicted by Landlord Samuel Waterman but allowed to return yesterday for two years without rent when they were found huddled in the snow outside a shack and Waterman learned they had no place to live. Food, clothing and money were contributed by civic organizations to help them. The sheriff, meanwhile, was seeking Mrs. Robinson's husband charged with nonsupport. RITES BEING ARRANGED FOR ACCIDENT VICTIM Miller, S. D., Dec. 27 Arrangements were being completed today for the funeral of Art Locke, 54, who died Christmas morning from Injuries received several weeks ago when his truck left the road near Ree Heights. Surviving are one brother and a sister. Dr. Geoffrey Lunt. new bUhop of Salisbury, England, was ve.sied with episcopal robes in a hair-dressing saloon before enthronement. YEAR'S END OFFICE NEEDS See the Best Before You Buy Large Stock O Ring Book O Ledger r Colors That Avoid Eye Strain Large Stock f) File Folders Indexes Receipts ?ffiY -'ASK. Forms mi h : n i S 1 17 N PUKncl. . .. r-KZ H ' It Phone 261 Year-End PHONE 6110 A3U SPECIAL FOR SAT. - MON. Start the New Year Right by Saving Money at the Thomas Food Market Meat Specials Beef Roast Grade. Lb. 43c Beef Roast B Grade Lb. 35c Beef Short Ribs Lb. 25c Club Steaks u. 45c Pork Roast Boston Butts. Lb. 47c Ground Beef Lb. 35c Pork Neck Bones u. 19c Pan Frozen Herring L. 13c RINSO Pkg... 35c 'Cherries No. 10 Red Pitted.... 1.89 'Apricots Whole, No. Vi for .. 29c 'Cherries Oregon Dark, No. t . . 39c Pilisbury Pancake Flour 07p Z'i Lb. Fk " Pilisbury Buckwhat Flour gQ Sno-Sheen Cake Flour gjjrj Fruit Values Cauliflower; SIX .... 29c Carrots 5::..T:p:. 7c Head Lettuce Solid, Each . . . 10c Grapefruit Size 112. Dozen .. 35c Emperor Grapes. Lb..... 21c Acorn Squash tb 4c. Sweet Potatoes Porto Ricans. Lb. I2c YES We Will Have Plenty of Bananas on Monday. Oranges Special Selling Event. 288 Size. I 220 Size. Dot. 25c Doz. 45c Uiai!gCd 288 Size. 7 Lb. Bag Oranges 220 Size. 7 Lb. Bag 59c 79c A nPflf School Day Brand. 4f OPEAS n..ic 17c oCORII : North State. No. 2 Can . 15c Jergnn't Hand Lotion, 50c size for .39c WE CLOSE NEW YEAR'S EYE AT 6 P. M. T IU1 tnl IMASF B mi RET WEST SIOUX FALLS Phone 6110 We Deliver Open Evenings Until 9 P. M.

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