Lead Daily Call from Lead, South Dakota on December 17, 1951 · Page 3
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PACK THREE In Lead Masonic Lodge Installs New Year's Officers Gloria Jones gave talks. ' Following the meeting the girls ! sang Christmas carols and ex-I changed gifts. The hostesses then served refreshments. The next regular meeting will be (January 11 at the H. P. Christie home with Gloria Jones as hos- tess. out of sight In the same 12 seconds today. The observance, attracting air-mindeel men from a,ll walks of life and all coiners of the globe, will be an aerial one from start to finish: It was scheduled to begin with a groi n of 13 F-51 fighter planes crossing the 6j-fiX)t Wright memorial monument in V-formation, two sljt vacant in tribute to the I'hone 2780 Mr. ar.d Mil. Teil Carter 1. ft , last weekend lor the Southern states to sjeml the holidays. Cuter is on vacation from Hume stak 1 Mining Company. Mrs. Hurley Srhnltz and sons to New York was delayed by rough weather. She had only a few minutes in New York before boarding a Northwest ail liner. She told newsmen that while in the United States she hoped to go to the top of the Empire State Building and to meet "some of your men." Reporters wanted to know what's wrong with, Swedish men. "They are all right but . . ." she started to reply. She was hurried aboard the plane before she could finish. She goes on to Philadelphia. Pa., Tuesday to participate in a Christmas celebration. their sti.jre for the Christmas program which has been altered because of the many pupils absent with v, hooping rough. The program will la- gtven Thurselay evening at 7 p. m. Pat Nordin. Omaha. Neb., am! Eva Mae i Sunny i Baugh, Cannon Beach. Ore,, anil the Reverend J. If. Tlion.pson iiiaele- their last trip to Trojan school Fmlay afternoon for a Suri'lav school program. Pupils have made pot holileis and pin cushion.') for gifts. School bovs went afte-j the school Chri-itiiias tiee last Tuesday. Ja' k Hun was re-porter for the week. had spread to his remaining good eye. He went into the operating room without being told that he would never see again when he came out. Nobody had the heart to t'll him he was going to lore his sight forever. The chubby little boy celebrated an early Christmas last week so that he would be able to s e Ihe gifts and the tree before the operation. Gifts and cards still were ai raving today. He wanted Santa to bring him most of all a jeep "that woulel really go." Siveial arrived fiorn all over the country. Doctors told his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith of Wooelwaid. that Vernie was "doing fine." although he still was sleepy from the anesthetic he hail taken. But the hardest task e,f all still lay ahead hiw to tell a 3-year-old boy that he would live the n-.-t population gain from 1040 to 19r0, census director Roy V. Peel announced Saturday. He said the 1950 census gave California an increase of 3,67t,fc.';6 New York 1.352.050. and Texas 1-296,371. The increases included "natural" increases an excess of births over dea'ik and "in-migra-tion," arrival of new resid.nts from other states. California had a natural increase of 1.019,836 plus 2,659,000 arrivals from out of state. New York's natural increase was 1.U83.05O plus 26S.OOO from out of state. Texas had a natt ral rise of 1.269.630 plus 28.000 from out of state. Twenty-six states recorded population losses because more people left them than came into them. But in 22 of the 26 the losses wer? offset by natural increases excess of births over deaths to give them a net population inciease. Another 22 states and the Di-s-troict of Columbia had net gains from out-of-state arrivals in addition to an increase of births over deaths. South Dakota had a total increase of 9.779 with a ratio al increase of 89,000 ar.d a net migia-tion of 79.000 persons out of the state. Three-Year-Old Boy Doomed To World Darkness WOODWARD, Okla.. (CP) Three-year-old Veinie Smith awoke today to a world of dai k- piont. r airmen. A C-110 flying boxcar will fly I inside the "V" and scatter rose pe tals sent by air from Portland. Ore., the Pasadena, Calif., Tournament of Hoses Association and the Ijia Angfles Pacific Ron Society over the first flight area. Taps will sound from the ground as the petals shower down. Kentucky Congressman Dies In Own Office RUSSELLVILLE, Ky., (CPi -Democratic representative John Whitaker of Kentucky suffered a heart attack in his office Satrrday in Russellville and fell dead, i The rongre srnan's secretary said j he staited to walk across the of-jfire from his desk to answer a phone when he sucMenly slumped to the floor and died almost immediately. Friends of the family say that Whitaker. 50. had suffered seveial previous heart attacks in the pas-, two or three years. His wife, Mrs. Helen Dent Whitaker, was on the way to the office wnen Whitaker collapsed. He was dead when she arrived. California, N. Y., Texas Lead In Population Hike j WASHINGTON, il'l'i Califor- iina. .e-w i oi k anil ler.as, in urn order, led all the other states in' Will Honor The Wright Brothers In Ceremony Today KITTY HAWK. N. C, lUPt -The memory of brothers Wilbur and Oiville Wright, the men who gave the air age its wing, will be honoreil here today on the exact spot where they introduced the Hying machine to a skeptical world IK yeai.-t ago. It will be a tribute which the Wrights never dreamed possible. Although they first conquered the 1 heavens in a flimsy, home-made I c raft on December 17, 1H03. their wildest dreams never included such fantastic: plants as the jet, the helicopter ami the flying boxcai ! which will be represented in to-' ctav's ceremonies. The Wrights launched the flight I lor whic h de-bimk-i.-i labeled them crackpots from Kill Devil Hill here. Their primitive plane flew less than I.OIM) feet and stayed alott only 12 seconds. A flight of F-Sl) Shooting Star je-ts and F-HI Thunder-jets was expected to whiz acuss the hill and Spearfish Man Dies At Hot Springs Frank Elbert Dorset of Spear-' fish died Sunday iiioiniiig at the I Battle Mountain sanitarium in Hot I Springs fallowing sveial weeks illness. He was born in T.'nionville. Mo., in lfc!6 and is survived by his wile I.ydiu of Spearfish; two sons Junior and James; two daughters. Mrs. Harold Stilwell of Davenport. Ia and Mrs. Don Miller, Spearfish. One son. Hebert. preceded his father in Death. iKiisct is also survived by one brother. Delmer of At wood, Colo.; a half sister, Anna Ely, Rock Island, 111.; seveial ai:nts and unc les including Delia Alexander and Otto and Jury Dorset. The American Legie.n post of Spearfish will be in charge of graveside rites. Funeral services are pending. Sweden's 'Queen Of Light' Is In Minneapolis I MINNEAPOLIS. il'Pi Margit 'Sjmlin, Sweden's "Queen Of Light," iai I ive d h- re- tod i l.V heeiled for a , 1ft hotel. j 'It's bc-n a and immediate-d in t hi? Nicol- i Very woi.deiful "but I'm awfully I trip," she said, 'tired." ! The blond-- IK year-old postal clerk far -d a busy st he-ilule today. I She's slate-el to meet mayor Eric H yer anil several other notables. She'll be interviewed on ladio and television and will visit the Augus- ;tana mission colony. Margit was crowned Swedish . Lui-ih at a ceremony in Stockholm, Swe-den, List Thursday. She- miHs- the trid.tional "Lucia" ce-re- monv in Minneapolis Sunday in wlae h she was to have participat- Margit was crowned Swedish He could hear his mother's voice, but for the first time- in his young life be couldn't see her. And he never will again. Doctors Si nday removed his right eye in an attempt to save his life. A cancerous growth which forced the renuval of his left eve ea ra w vtw o &)b.a e r at its best of his life in darkness. Trojan Danny Martin, Anita ami Alan Leeling and Lawrence, Clarence, Alan and Rose Lang all are absent from Trojan sehor.l primary room with whooping cough. Robert Olson visit cei bis grandmother in Lead Friday. Dorothy Sinner was absent from sc hool Tuesday because of an ear- ' ache. ; School stinlents have decorated 1 Main and Deadwood EASY-STEERING TT.of bread T me $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ j$ m $ $ s $ $ $ $ $ $ $ is $ $ $ $ $ $ M $$$SSSSSSSSSS! $ $ CHRISTMAS AID S S S $ John and Jimmy, who have been j Visiting her parents. Mr. and Mis. Nels Anderson, in Spearfish, and SehiiUz' parents. Mr. and Mrs. J V. Sehnltz. in I.ead left Saturday Tiisjlit for their home in M aishfuld, Wis. Mis. Thomas O'lhien arrived home Sunday r.iht from Washington. I). C, where she visited her son-in-law and daughter. C'pl. and t Mrs. Hollis Kultz and infant daughter Catharine Ann the past .six vveekj. She was delayed n the trip home when the bus in which she was tiding side. -wiped a coal truck at Salem. O., and wrnt over a steep embankment. Five men in the bus Were hospitalized. Mis. O'Hricn was not seriously injured. Mrs. Janie Lease h ft this morning for Gillette. Wyo., where she will spend Chi istma.s with her son- in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mis. Ed Ross Jr. and family. Mrs. Lot:ise McCaugherty left today to spend the winter with her Son and daughter-in-law. Mr. anil Mis. I.loid McCauglurty and family in LaGrange. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Hay L. Spencer.. Ontaiio. Ore., arrived Sunday to be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. IV J. Telford and family, for the holidays. Foresters Have Party ' For Children Wednesday The Independent Onitr of Foresters will have their annual chil-f dren's Christmas party Wednesday evening at the M.isjiiii- Temple. Guest of honor will be Santa Clans, with traits for childien of the Foresters and families. The hall will he decorated with holiday colors and lit by giant Christmas tiee. A program of carol singing will start at 7 MO. with Mis. Dorothy f Curran of Terraville accompanying at tiie piano. Mrs. Iii.na Tol-Itfson will duett the progiam. The paity is arranged by Mis. Myitle LaUau. superintendent of the juvenile court, assisted by deputies Joe Miller, Mrs. I'lorothy Cornelt and Mrs. Mildred Wright Research Group Hears Program On Bible Reading 1 An inspirational program on Bible reading was given Saturday afternoon at Homestake Club rooms for the History and Research Department of the Lead Woman's Club. "We shall find God, grace, love and truth, faith, understanding and humility, unity and peace," said Mrs. Joe Horg. program "leader. She illustrated her statement by reading excerpts from the Scriptures. She told the women how to read a Bible, why the Bible should he read, and what they were apt to find if they read it "prayerfully." Cornelia Storman led the group in prayer before the discussion A duet, "My Mother's Prayer," was presented by Eleanor Stonefelt and Louise Lindquist, accompanied by Arline Campbell, who also played a piano solo. Mrs. L. C. Sutter, Mrs. EvereU Bird and Mrs. William Hager served dessert luncheon to 14 members and guests before the meeting. t . Teachers, School Board Have Christmas Party Eighty-foi:r members of the Lead school board, administrators, teachers and secretaries attended a Christmas party Saturday evening at the high school lunchroom. A Christmas program, "And They Followed The Star," was presented by Mrs. C. C. Curran. She was assisted by Mrs. A. E. Rantafiaa, Bess Cummings, Helen Morganti, Gwen Smith and Rueben -f Pirner. The Presbyterian Women's Eve-, mng Group served dinner before "the program. The party committee included Mrs. Rantapaa. Mrs. Joe Dunmire, Mis. A. G. Mathisen. Mrs. Elmer Shields, O. W. Kolberg and Howard Meador. It was given by the Lead Teachers Association. Nelson F. Welker was installed as worshinful master of Golden 't-t.... I ..1,.,. X-,. ft A L' .....I A f iTuii ..tttit; .-to. f- j. r.uni t . m. Sati rday evening in the prestnee of 1 10 nit mbers. He succeeds Matthew Furze. Past masters Arthur Jobe and George Faulkner installed the of-ficeis after a tin key banquet lit the Masonic Temple. Others installed included: Clarence Kravig. senior warden; J.ihn Rowe. junior warden; William Sehot n. treasurer; R. H. Richards, secretary: Encell Raetz. senior deacon; Edward Shaw, junior deacon; Cecil Harris, chaplain; Rex Tano. senior steward; Albeit Cool-idge. junior steward, and A. E. An-del. son, tyler. A music pi-ogram preceded the installation. Vocal in. mbers by a girls' tuple trio fiom Lead high school and two solos by Everett Vely were followed by piano solos by William Schmidt. Members of the triple trio were Sandra Hagel, Sally Lasher, Mary Jane Povnter. Marilyn Warrin, I.ouiav Mittelstadt, Saiah Dotson. i.Iayne Kravig. Jean Harder and i.Ieanette Torgrude. j Kathleen Cooper accompanied ! the sir.gt i s. Central City Mr. and Mis. Arnold MoeMendorf land daughter. Jo-AI arrived in ! Central City Saturday from Goth-cnhnig. Neb., for a visit with his 'mother, Mrs. Cora Moelhndorf and his sisters, Mrs. Shit ley Waterland ami Mrs. Millie Thomas. Mr. and Mis. Leonaid Carlson land family visited his mother. Mrs. Lena Carlson in Vale Sunday. The annual Christmas pi.jgiam jof the Sunday school of Central jCity will be given at the churc h Wednesday evening at 7:.'lo under the direction of Mis. W. II. Rob-, inson. ! Spearfish I Word has been received in Spearfish that the body of Larry jWertsbaugh, who died recently in INampa, Ida., will arrive in Dea l-jwood today and will be met there j by the McColley funeral home ;ambulance. The family is expected to arrive in Spearfish Tuesday. The Crow Peak Extension Club held their annual Christmas sup-per party at the city hall Saturday evening. A 6:.'i0 dinner was served to 6." people. A program jwas held including recitations and 1 musical numbers. Candy was distributed to the children after I which Christmas movies were shown to the children ami the adults played cards. Mrs. Guy Marchiando and Art Nicholas win high prize and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Miller, low. Sixty people enjoyed a Christmas party for members of Centennial community given by the Foothill Extension Club at the schoolhouse Friday evening. A program of recitations and musical numbers was held. Clarence i Riggs showed slides of the Black I Hills, Texas. Ne w Mexico ami ! Wyoming. Santa Claus distributed I gifts to the c hildren. A pot luck lunch was served. Merry Maid 4-H Club Has Christmas Party Ten members and three guests, Mrs. Ina B. Hanson, Carol Kennedy and Nancy McVey of the Merry Maid 4-H club of Spearfish enjoyed a Christmas party at the Kathleen Kennedy home Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Beverly Justice called the meeting to order at which time it was decided to draw names for secret pals for the coming year. The girls discussed projects for the year with Mrs. Hanson. Patricia Pratt, Kathleen Kennedy tnd GENERAL TRUCKING Anywhere! Packing Crating Shipping Dump Trucks CALL GREEN'S TRANSFER for Prompt, Efficient Service Phone 2511 Lead No washday worries with the FRIGIDAIRE Automatic Washer. The only washer with "live-water" action. Washes, rinses and damp dries your wash in minutes and all automatically ! le im Motor & Appliance Company Phone 90 Dead wood SKI'NK NO MEN ( E LINCOLN, Neb., il'l'i Lincoln 'police- bieathed easier wh n W. A. I.Ii'kman lepoiteel that his pet skr.k, whie-h was missing fiom (hfillle, haei hee-ri el.-ei(e,ri7.e'd anil jwas easily i e-etjenizible- by his re i' hai ti- ,-s. 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