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I't,IASH'D Y DAY AT WOO By Oliver F. Freed Entered at the Postoffiee at Woonsocket, S. D. as second class matter under the act of March 3, lg9. PRESS ASSOCIA TIN Subscription rates: $3.00 in South Dakota within Zone 2; $3.50 in all other zenes up to Zones 6 and 7; $4.00 in Zones 6 and 7. Official Newspaper County - City - School Advertising Rates On Request at Charlie Olsons. This is home to us as we tired here for 2 years and we are just one happy fam- ily. We plan to visit brother tenry Eitreim and Carl Eitreim with their families next week. Will also visit friends in Tacoma later on. Had a lovely Christmas wtn Jack and Evangeline and the boys in their home." 2he wake party on New Year's eve was well attended at the btorla Church. Luncheon was served followed by a program and election of league olIicers as fol- lows: president Norman Thomp- son, vice president David Thomp- son; secretary Oscar Thompson; treasurer Delvin Feistner; ushers lorns Hill and Roger Davis;pro- gram com. Mesdames Albert Sel- tone, Date Fraser and E. Feistner; social com. Mesdames Alfred 'emtner, Ernest Thompson and Glen Wulf; pocket testaments tloria MlckeL'on. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Leroy O1- son, Phyllis and Clyde, Mrs. Bar- ney Hill,Norris Hill, Carl Nelson, and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Scott as six o'clock dinner guests or, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Scott were New Years eve dinner guests in the E. T. Wieczarek home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thompson were Sunday dinner guests in the Leroy Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. P. O Thompson motored to Marshall, Minnesota on Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Thompson's brother- in - law. Mr. and Mrs. Torkel Asbenson were Wednesday evening dinner guests in the Ernest Thompson home. The Misses Charlotte and La- vera Scott resumed teaching in Chamberlain, Miss Shirley Sel- land in Alexandria, Minnesota ,,, _ ' Some of the many who have and Miss Nadine Erickson in' Plea notify ae ome ., ^ v,   6 ! E D 11 O R I A t purchased electric clothes dryers Watertown. . promptly of ohange at , ,, v ,. n- rT _.f'-_.... recently inciude Mesdames Col- Mandus Fristads, Darvin To- ad.ea. II lyon I%  I | A$S 0 CII- / I lp4 vtn terg, J otto Thompson. Albert bins and Roger Hills were New ( reoolve sm sue. 17 ..-'3] | ' w_) .; SeLland and Harris Erickson. Years day dinner guests in the / aottnuom lmmlm y. * ',llll-li.ll2,1ll-& The baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fraser home. ..... Luvern Asvenson was named El- "  don Adair and christened at the LIrpBI];2 QdF D A 0"II0'Q , Miss Betty Larson, daughter I Storla church last Sunday. Miss It" .lz:Jz t) L t o.,Lll.r . u vv . of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Larson and } Charlotte Scott, Miss Dana Mrs. . E. lrgen By Mrs. S. A. Anderson Milton Fortier were married at Thompson and Miss Lavera Scott .,----7--- _. the Lutheran Church in Mt. Ver-lwere sponsors, i .... uast wee) .  n, ,r,, v,,, A,,  o , m ev and Mrs Knudson and ) mrs. tlarence TlUstos IS a sur- P. O. Thompson droves a 1954 t **,,,,,, ....... w, ,,,, ,,,  emi},, Mr nd Mrs Lews gcal patmnt at he M. E. Has- Chevrolet car ] .... -, ";,' ."",'G"'Z "-':. I,':'C'Z" '".Ln r--on a "r "and Mrs pital at Mitchell. She has been'  ary arL merta rnuDerg was , II1OIIIpS* a*u x. ) *,. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sonne ............................ "-ltte and La- there for better than a week . ., -- - _ t_ _ ' ne SOIOlSL Tne orloe is employeo { _anmy co, ., u ""  *'rs Fre  o_:.L __n and iamlly nave arrived nero ; (v,a kTn;n.| ll {. ${hal] , on r ,a Mrs Luvern lvn'. ann vi . u .lilltll tiltl from the west coast. Kenneth s ......... I ......... nd famil-- were Sun Mrs HaRm Ohlson of Seatt.e, ana me ormegroom is empmyea soenuu a  " " * ' " arrived h r trucking. wo days of each week in the nostoffiee in Mt. Vernon. da, dinner guests in the Christ Washington . e e Tuesday he trucks for the Storla Cash They wll live in aparments in Scott home. to spend the holidays wth rela- Store. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Feistner and tives. Miss Sina Knudson submitted Mr. and Mrs. Dell Caldwell to an operation at the Methodist Wayne Tastad's little daughter famA'y and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred State Hospital in Mitchell on Mon- had her tonsils removed at the Fmstner and family were 6 o'clock and sons of Watertown came day. hospital this week. dinner guests at the Bob Moline Saturday to spend the weekend Mrs. Howard Dahl was a pat- New Year's eve seven o'clock hon:e at Kimball Wednesday eve- with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Knu- lent in the Methodist State Hospi- dinner guests in the Fred Feist- nirg son and family. ,ss Helen Thompson and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goudy tures of things he had taken while in Korea. Ben Mulder and his brother Pe't,.left Thursday morning for Muskn, Michigan and plan to return Stmday. Little Alana Mulder has been ill the last few days. Her mother took her to the doctor Saturday morning and she has infection of the bronchial tubes but is feeling some better now. Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Ettswold returned home Tuesday afternoon from their trip to Chicago. Sunday evening T. M. Sellands, Carl Estabrooks and Basil Ander- son's were guests at the Edmund I Selland home in honor of Ed's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Anderson i spent New Year's day with Basil's grandmother at Fulton and were overnight guests of his mother. i Miss Ila Shay returned to Lin- coln, Nebraska last Friday after a vacation with home folks. Ellen Schoenfelder of Mitchell and Dean and Ila Shay spent Fri- day afternon at the Gustave Shay home. Duane Shay has returntl to Minneapolis after his vacation at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shay. Guests at the Andrew Hovda home Dec. 29th were Mr. and Mrs Frygstad and Mrs. Larson of Rut- land, Rev. and Mrs Alden Hovda and children of Scotts Bluff, Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Leraas and children, in honor of Andrew Hovda and Debra Hov- da's birthdays being the same day. Rev. and Mrs. Hovda and chil- dren left the next day for Sioux Falls and Volga to visit friends and relatives. At the invitational tournament in Mt. Vernon New Year's day Fedora was the winner and Let- cher was second. ,, m ....... - E wooNsocr NEWS 19%WOONSOCr' THJRSDAY, JAN. 7, LOGAN AND UNION y Mrs. Afar! Zoo, Mr md Mrs Adolph Zoss Jr. and rarely, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lee and 'emily and Mrs. Nellie Malzke w.e New Year's dinner guests at t Howard Scott home near Fedora. New Yea.-'.. dinner guests at the Lyle Shav/ home were Mr. iv d Mrs. Roy CeHalling and fata- l y of Sioux }'als, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fox of *lexander, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smth of Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Coleran Blindauer Mr. and Mrs. Dane Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. A. Kalling. Mr. and Mrs. Cha:ley Doran and Mrs. Smith visited over New Year's at the Francis Ian home near Ocheyedan. .2 SOUTH i S. W. JACK By Mr-- LaVerne Mi I L Mr. and Mrs. Andrew had all of their childl,--___ them for Christmas. exc, t- old who lives in Cobden, ay m'c Mr. and Mrs. Alvin "n o: Billy enjoyed a call fron y' ine from Portland, Ot?nSemn Christmas Day. ' rh Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mt :%nr: family were Christmas e% P at the Alvin Mac h .*'u Christmas day guests at ",. cner men Rhoads home north  _ Mr. ana ivlrs, na '' I - have not been feeling soj ,a% i Mr. and Mrs. Andrew  .; , " is.-  aK( stayed overrate nr u  w" Mr and MrS /Llvin 9 Y 1 '. ior t Betty took Chrmtmas d_" to them and enjoyed the? Mr and Mrs. Don Hansen and gether . , Debby, Mrs. Florence Hans and Mrs" Alvin Moe has c-hara Bob and Grandma Hanson were , Z' .......... . ,,.+-noo ,=- .=, a u,,,=r s,css a olKe Ue is " tter at this wri+"---" Shawds. Jake came home from o, e -nrle: the hospital Tuesday. ever. )or , .Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore and!. Mr. and Mrs:. E.L. 1VItten d, family were supper guests at the'amy were unaay gtneetir Kenneth Regan home Wednesday ;me win. vtoe name. after: evening - Mr. and Mrs. Louis La3urtho ............... family were Christmas Dwere" lvir. anu lvirs. ernaro unre, _ ........... 11 :" i an - -o ..... - *'--"- ,r . ,. at tne 2/lnlarc1 ensKa n a AJ t  Vb IIU lVl2/l]I1 van Wall- ! ,, ...... . .. . ' eahen we-e ,u..____ - lvi r. ano Ivtrs. Anflreau at   ntnuay evening " , . . ,. ,.,,, . visitors at Jake Shawd's son ana tnrs. tv/erlln teg. %. Ernie : ...... "- . girls motored to Sioux Fthe e .  ,L oauroay ior . . iVirainia aft or nonmna ho to wst in the Aaland h l corrtr Christmas -furlotlh-"'h', " l,'  turning home Sunday a-boster neth Rean home . ............ - Mrs Peterson stayed for er 31, " " visit Helen has not been g Sharon Keen spent the week- sinc e her siege with the, see end at home. i is .ow suffering with arteasur Kayleen Shawd "spent Christ- Mr. and Mrs. Andrew ][rs. H mas vacation wth Paula Fox of were Christmas Day guests E Alexandria. Merlin Nelson home. [arler, I Neighbors and Worthwhile Ex- pher. tal for several days this week. Mrs. Ira Musick submitted to an appendicitis operation at the hospital in Mitchell on New Year's Day Mrs C. A. Storla is caring for the Musick children. Miss Isabell Erickson entered the hospital in Mitchell on Mon- day, suffering with a severe case of throat trouble. She returned net home were the P. O. Thomp- son, Albert Selland, John Thomp- son, Ehner Feistner, Roy Hutton and S. A. Anderson families The ewming was spent socially and re- cordings and movies after which lunch was served at midnight. Rev. and Mrs. Knudson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hut- tm were Wednesday supper home on Thursday. i guests in the Harlan Digerness Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson:to, me. were New Year's evening supper I Pleased to hear from Mr. and guests at the Tom Thompson i Mrs. Nels Scott of Storla who are home in Mitchell. I now vacationing in the home of The son of Mr. and Mrs. George  their daughter, the Jack McCains Merkel submitted to a tonsil oper- I at tosenberg, Oregon. In part she ation on Tuesday at the Metho- [writes "We came up to Puyallup, dist hospital. Wash. by bus on Saturday. We are Muscular. Aching Pains Relieved in FewMinutes- or No Cost Why suffer another day when you Philadelphia 'Tin a minister and spent can prove free the blessed relief you money on all kinds of treatments for ear, enjoy from a doctor's external pre- scription called Muscle-Rub. It is a penetrating, blood stimulating liquid to help get rid of many toxins. App|ie d/rocUy to legs, arms. shoulders, neex or back  wherever you |miler from muscle soreness, sprains ad b'uises. fe! Quick! Simple! "'My patients ad I are more than plessd. Nothing compares to Muscle- Rb." says T. T. Connor. physiother- aphrt. "The pain In my arms and legs wu agonising. Thanks to Muscle-Rub can now sleep the whole nlght through," says Mrs. R. kott ot rheumatic pains but nothing helped llk Muscle.Rub." says P. H. Dory of Atlanta. Make This Test . No prescription necessary. t muscle-Rub from your druggist. Ute half one bottle and if not dellghte(I, rtturn what's let and get all yotr money back without question. Eouom r or hospital size $225 or large trial slze only $1.25, Tv today. Sleep to* night Enjoy blessed relief--or no cost. Muscle-Rub *"' Drvl Sere Mmj Cooper from Wessington Springs called at the Alfred ]:e:;mer home Saturday atter- noon. Mr and Mrs. Ernest Feistner were Sunday dinner guests at the Le:nard Sheffield home. hr. and Mrs. Harold Wise and ons Mr. and Mrs. Hans Forschler all of Mitchell, Marilyn Wise of Flanklort, Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wise of Santa Ana, Calif. and Eugene Larson of Mt. Ver- non were Saturday evening din- ner guests in the Ernest Thomp- son home. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mickel- son entertained the Leroy Olson and Ernest Thompson families, They were 6 o'clock dinner guests in tlmir home on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Anderson were guests in the George Lar- son home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Johnson en- tertained the Clayton Digerness, John Craig, S. A. Digerness faro- flies and Mrs. Jane Digerness as dinner and supper, New Year's day guests in their home. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott were included at the evening meal. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Digerness 1400/h remar/00ah/e I DE'ICERI add/[iue New Standard Premium Tiey arrived home Monday eve- ning. Gus Ohlson of Minnesota spent Christmas here with relatives. Mr. and h's, Charley Torger- son, Mr. and Mrs. George Jarabek m:a Zamily, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- nch Peterson and family and Lav ila Hansen were Christmas dinner guests at the John Torger- :cn home. are driving a 1954 Plymouth. ) 'tenfion Club had a housewarm- ' nd } Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nesbit and Jar rubbers attached to the un- :ing for Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Olson I ell m We;:nesdav evening. Cards were Mice will nt steal che w 3 David left Wednesday evening der side of a small rug will keep played and hmch served late in from a trap if you searb Clm for Oklahoma to spend Christmas. the rug from slipping, the evening, with a match. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Nelson were hosts to a family get - together at their home Christmas day. Mrs. Magdaline Briggs spent from Wednesday to Saturday at the home of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Briggs at Water- town. Mrs. Martha Matthew, Herbert Matmews and family and Fred Dralle spent Christmas day at the Eli Pierson home. "Buddy Corwin came by plane from Enning, S. D. and visitea with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Corwin a few days. He also spent ._qhristmas with the Pierson fami entertained Mrs. Jane Digerness and Mr. and Mrs Clayton Diger- ELLIOTT ness, Jo Ann and Patricia as byMrs. James Davis Wednesday evening dinner guests. Orlin Sheffner finished gravel- Sharon Back of Mitchell spent ling Glen Scott's drive way on'Monday until Wednesday at the I New Year's day. t home of her grandparents, Mr. ) and Mrs. Thures Selland. ....... i Tuesday evening dinner guests !at the Carl Estabrook home were iMr. and Mrs. Thures Selland and i Mi'. and Mrs. Basil Anderson. ' Mr. and Mrs. ArloEstabrook I I I I II I does what no other I IIII IIII II IIIIIII I III U I I I I I I I gasoline will do! starts I0o fastert Standard's new D-ICSR additive permits Standard scientists to "go the limit" in putting fast-firing, "light-end" molecules into winter gasoline. 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