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The Northern Wyoming Herald from Cody, Wyoming • 5

Cody, Wyoming
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1921 LOWER SAGE CREEK Mrs. D. H. Stall left Tuesday mornins for Bennett, being called' there by the critical illness of her father. Mountain View School was dosed the first of the week owing to the illness of the teacher, Miss Fox.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar White entertained a number of their friends at dinner Saturday evening, the guests being Mr. and Mrs. H.

Sanborn, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Wilson, Mr.

and Mrs. W. Osldns and Mr and Mrs C. E. Hemps Mr.

and Mrs. Geo. Chase spent Sunday at the J. N. MeMillin home.

Dean Stevens spent several days last week visiting his friends on Lower Sage creek. A number of the young men in the neighborhood gathered at the Siddle home Thursday to help Lawrence celebrate his birthday. Measles seem to be very popular on Lower The iartst cases being the three Pfrange children. Mr. and Mrs.

L. Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. A. 1..

Pearacn were callers at the Pearson home on Upper Sage Sunday. A. J. Hartung of the Southfork and C. E.

Hempstone rode for cattle last week in the lower country around Garland and Penrose. Mrs. J. E. Horner e-ypecied to bTing the new baby boy name this week but on account of the 'at home having measles they will remain in town for a few longer.

Mrs. V. Rotter is in Powell caring foi her sister, Mts. Dee. who has I been seriously ill with pneumonia Mrs.

Pattison celled at the home last Saturday. I Dr. Louis Howe called Monday to attend the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Black.

A. L. Pearson is putting up his summer's: supply of ice this week. Felix pivacot entertained a number cf his boy friends Saturday night. All reported a good time.

IRMX FLAT January 17, 1921 R. N. Wilson haulded Han Nelson hard wheat today. Mr. and Mrs, Nets Nordquist were callers at the Pete Sunday.

Last week Thursday and Friday reminded the old timers of the good old dusting we got six years ago. Quite a loss to hay stacks and small outbuildings was also torn and blown over. (But Oh, today. Jan. 17th the Beautiful?) So we cannot complain for we must take the bitter with the sweet.

Robt. Trumbull from Wiley took dinner with Oliver Knight and family Saturday. Oliver Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Nels! Nordquist and George Prell enjoyed a game Saturday evening at Bradbuyy home.

Anson Eddy from Rim Rock ranch spent several days at the Jemberg! ranch this week. Jack Bower was a caller afternoon at the Hans Nelson ranch. I Jimmy and Tommy Knight were on the sick list last week. Miss Irma Nordquist spent Thursday night at Jemberg home. Walter Bartlett went to Powell Friday on business.

Mrs. Jemberg, Kriss. John and Eva spent Sunday with M. Juckin and family. Lou Pearson and Jake Homer took dinner Friday with Hans Nelson.

Carl Andreen was a Cody visitor on Monday. Miss Bertha Bradbury is having a short vacation after the holiday rush. Charles Blundell is visiting at the Nelson ranch. Miss May Nordquist spent the week end at home with her parents. Leon McCalvin was a caller at the Nordquist home Sunday.

(Who did he call on? Frank Morris I presume.) Carl and Axel Andreen spent Sunday under the parential roof. Saturday evening the old family horse who took the little Nelson sisters to school, dropped dead. Every child on the Flat knows old and no more will he be seen loping down the Southfork road about school time. Carl Andreen went to the coal mine for coal today. Mr.

and Mrs. Walter Bates were Cody visitors Friday. UPPER SAGE CREEK January 18. 1921 Mr. and Mrs.

L. W. Schultz and children and Walter Houston were Sunday evening guests at Joe Miss Anna Freeborg-has been dll at her home the past week with an attack of tonsilitis. Archie Main hag been shipping his wheat to the eastern market week. Who said wind? This vicinity looked unite unnatural Saturday morning.

Several hay stacks and smMl buildings wens turned over and the wagons and ether things tried to Jump fenets However, no serious damage was Mrs. W. A. Rader and Mrs. H.

Nvttslar srsrs bamg aoaaa dental work dona last week, Several of tho lamem -are putting Additional Local Cody Manufactory and Supply is. this week making some attractive prices for glass. See their ad in this issue. The Cody Fire Department held their annual meeting at the Fire hall on Monday night, when Roy Holm was installed as fire chief for the ensuing year. F.

J. Worst will act as assistant chief and Maurice Starr and F. F. McGee will handle the records as secretary and treasurer re-1 spectively. Some of the young men who signed up about a year ago with the local cavalry troop are beginning to ask the question do'we sign the payroll." Despite all the promises of the local and state officials, not one penny as yet been paid to the fellows who made possible the organi- I ration of the state guard units.

Miss Ada Ainsworth returned last week from Chicago where she has visited with her parents for several weeks. Her father, who was very ill at the time she and her sister, Mrs. P. E. Markham were called home, is very much improved, and before Mrs.

Ainsworth returned home had left with his wlfe-for California to spend the balance of the winter months. G. C. Dillavou, banker and farmer of Powell, was a Cody business visitor Thursday. Mr.

Dillavou id a leading spirit the development of community life in the Shoshone valley and takes an active interest in all matters partaining to the upbuilding of Park county and the state of Wyoming. Chas. A. Evans, general agent of the Montana Life Insurance was ja Powell visitor last week adjusting claim of an insurance policy carried Mrs. Isaac Wasden who passed this life January Bth.

The claim amounted to $2,500 and this company is to be commended for the unusually 1 prompt manner in which the claim was paid. up their supply of ice these days. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett of Mceteetse are visiting at the home of their daughter Mrs.

Donovan at present. Mrs. Bennett underwent an operation recently and those who are acquainted with her here are glad to hear she is improving nicely. Gus Hogian 1 and E. Lindstrom called at the Freeborg home one day last week.

Joe Isham and son Jimmy are hauling hay and grain to the Frost Tanch where the family will move in the very near future. Rufus Hohmann is building an addition to their house now days. D. M. McDonald was down from Billings last Monday and Tuesday.

The Thompson hrothers have purchased some hay and pasture from Htfrmen Schultz and are now feeding a small bunch of sheep. Mrs. Rufu Hohmann and Mrs. M. L.

Freeborg visited with Mrs. Ed Isham Wednesday afternoon. One day last week a fire started in the Schultz potato cellar hut was noticed right away so was soon extinguished. Mrs. Fred McNeil and Miss Fave rnvailv entertained the club Thursday last.

The meeting was called to order and the program soon followed, after which some of the la- i dips wehe busy with sewing, the others visiting. A lovely luncheon was served after which they adjourned to meet next with Mrs. Zelbert McNeil near Cody. PAINT CREEK Mr. and Mr.

Ed Card spent three days in Cody last week. Messrs. Ed Brown, Alvin Bosley' and Russell Dick were in Cody on Saturday. Phyllis and Bessie Bosley were absent from school four days last week on account of very severe colds and fever. Many haystacks were blown downduring the heavy gale on Friday night.

J. C. Brown suffered partieuler'v in resnect. Paint Creek sclfool organized a literary society Tuesday to develop i the power of self expression among the older school children. Lloyd Mn- son was elected first president, and; Edna Card, secretary-treasurer, to serve for two weeks.

Joe Davenport of Geo. Healds ranch 1 drove to Codv on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Schnitker, their two sons and Bossard Dick spent Friday at Ed Mannings ranch in vain to manipulate the oniia b'srd.

Russell Dick was caught in the gale Friday night on Neumeyer creek snent two days at Ed ranch. Rev. Daniel McCorkle held services and preached at the Paint creek on Sunday. His sermon was entitled. Likeness of God," Thirty people of the community were present.

A collection sms taken for the home missions. Mrs, William Brough, superintendent of the Sunday rehoql distributed cards among the children. The next ass vices will he held hv Mr. McCorkle on the third Sunday in Fberuary at P. M.

pounds 2 mflss uerth, 1 J'H. Mm, PosmO, fia. NORTHERN WYOMING HRRALD The Mint building owned by Henry Pool is being whitewashed so to speak this week and after a complete redcc, orating and cleaning will be opened up for business by E. Erickson, who will operate a soft drink parlor and card room. Tobaccos and ery will also be handled and under ihe I new management will no doubt receive I a liberal patronage.

'j J. F. Gunsel arrived from enne the first of the week and will i fill the position at the First National bank caused by the resignation of F. 'f R. Pearson.

Mr. Gunsel comes to Cody from Cheyenne where he held a position with the American National I Bank, and with his banking ence extending over several years will make a valuable addition to the effis cient force of the First National. At a meeting of the Frpd Coe Post No. 20, held last week at their club room under the First National bank, Paul R. Greever was installed as post commander; Maurice Starr as viee post commander; Ernest J.

Goppert as edjutant: Wilber Tinkcom, treasurer; I Lloyd sergeant-at-arms; I Edward Pierce, historian; Wm. Mur. ray, chaplain: Raymond Larson, serv; I ice officer; Edwin Null and Gler Trueblood together with the post commander constitute the executive I committee. 'I I HIGH SCHOOL NOTES I i The students were exempt from the semester examinations in the studies in which they had an average of ninejty or above. If they had the same average in deportment.

The follow- I ing were exempt from all examinations: Gladys Tyler, Thelma Black, i Erma Homer and Edith McNeil, Freshmen; Lois Ingraham and May I Nordquist, Sophomores; fourteen ers just had to take one and nine had to take them all on account of ment. I I There was a basketball game be; tween the Freshmen and the 7th and i Bth grades Thursday evening. The score was 22 to 2 in favor of the grades. Some talent coming up, eh! Reverend Bessire visited the differ-1: ent grades last Friday, i The boys basket ball team will go to Basin to play the team there on Thursday, January the 20th. The next game played here will be between the locals and Worland, Febj ruary 3rd.

Alice Newton and Lois Ingraham, accompanied by Mrs. F. A. Ingraham, have gone to Denver. Frieda Speri, ing will join them there and they will give a six day exhibition of the canning club work at the Denver Stock Show.

Thelma Black is again in school after having the measles. You will never get another chance like this. Regardless of cost we have marked our entire line of beautiful Coats at One-Half Off The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered in Cody Cloth, Silvertones, Chamolins $l5O Coat 75 $75 Coat 37.50 125 Coat 62.50 50 Coat 25 100 Coat 50 40 Coat 20 80 Coat 40 35 Coat 17.50 25 Coat 12.50 PLUSH COATS $125 Coat 62.50 80 Coat 40 100 Coat 50 60 Coat 30 85 Coat 42.50 50 Coat 25 THE ABOVE LISTED COATS AND MANY OTHERS ARE NOW ON SALE Our waists are still going at ONE-FOURTH OFF. If you want a bargain in any of NOW to the Volckmer Shop Raymond Siggins is sick with the mumps. The Junior class gave a Hard Times party the 14th.

The evening started by playing Ragged Dutchman, then Limericks were written about the dis- ferent pupils. The boys made paper dresses for the girls. Sylvester Martin won the prize. Lunch was served at 10:30. A good time was enjoyed by all.

The Junior class wishes to thank all ji-! settle I umjjjjw this right now! Ils -rr feature that can make a Turkish and choice Domestic Hu tobaccos puts Camels in a class by I themselves. Their smoothness you to smoke liberally without tir- 1 gtij Camels leave no unpleasant ciga- dBhBH kind of tobacco smoked straight 1 -l JM T7 OM; Camels are sold everywhere in scientifically II II p'jjY) I VbyWk packages of 20 cigarettes for 20 cents; or ten pack- II I "atfcTT (200 igsrettea) in glaasme-paper-covared 1 (I jLu 1 I carton. We strongly recommend this carton for Hliy the home or office supply or when you the people who took part in the vaude- I ville and the girls who played the pianos. The Cody High School boys won the basket, ball game from Basin last Thursday evening by staging a wind finish in the last ten minutes of i the play. Basin led at the first half I by the score of 6 to 0.

Cody boys, seeming unable to hit their stride in the first half, came back strong during the latter part of the play. The second half opened with Bavin scoring the first goal. Hugh Brown then scored the first goal he has ever scored and in quick succession Schwoob, Newton and Ingraham threw boskets for a total of 21 points. The final score being 21 to 10 in favor of the Cody High school boys. The Girls basket ball team from Cody expect to go to Powell and play the Powell girls the same night the boys play at that place.


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