Newspaper Archive of
Sanborn Weekly Journal
Woonsocket, South Dakota
January 7, 1954     Sanborn Weekly Journal
PAGE 8     (8 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 8     (8 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
January 7, 1954

Newspaper Archive of Sanborn Weekly Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

rtesian Lodge nstalls Officers i Diana Rebekah Lodge held an installation of officers Monday night. Officers elected for the en- suing year are Noble Grand, Mrs. Gertrude Shoemaker Vice Grand, :Mrs, Lester Noell; Secretary, Mrs. Eli Pearson; Treasurer. Mrs. War- ren Hosmer; Inside Guardian, Mrs. Harry Roberts. Appointed officers are Chaplain, Dena Sev- erson; Right Supporter, N. Grand, Mrs. Alvin Hanson; Left Support- or, N. Grand, Mrs. Cecil Nelson; Warden, Mrs. Harold Shoemaker; Conductor. Mrs. Clyde Scott; Righ Supporter, Vice Grand, Mrs." Glenn Thomas; Left Sup- porter, Vice Grand, Mrs. Ken- neth Davidson; Musician, Mrs. Paul Hilgenberg. Mrs. Clyde Scott acted as District Deputy Pres., Mrs. Cecil Nelson acted as !i_&apos;strict Deputy Marshal, Mrs. Harry Roberts acted as District leputy Warden during the in- lldfion. Hold Services at Glenview Ohureh for James Thompson James Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thompson, was born in Sanborn Cohnty, South Dakota, Nov. 1, 1886. When he was about 12-years old they mov- C,d to Miner County. In March. I911 he was united in marrmge Vivien Vincent. To ths union ['o daughters were born About M17 the fimily moved to endow!ands. Minn.. and there his wife died in Nov.. 1919.  i was both mother and father {6 his airls and has lived on his farm lh<u-e until time of his death. I4u xw.. a member of Glenview Com'.regitional church north of Fee!era. acting as Sunday school teacher at times and also other offices. tie leaves to mourn his death 2 d.euhter., Mrs. Martin Matt- san ;rod Mrs. Itarold Froeklich r r 1 ' i,  i I I i I ij El rHE WOONSOCKET NEWS -- WOONSOCKET, SOUTH DAKO ................ )ii THURSDAY, JAN- 7, 1954 Fage EIGtT both of Meadowlhnds, 6 grand- children and 2 brothers, J. E. Thompson of Carthage and Robt. L. Thompson of Fedora and a host of other relatives and friends. He was 67 years, 1 month. 27 days old at the time of his death. Short services were held at a funeral home in Duluth on Thursday and body was shipped back here for burial. Services for James Thompson, 67, who died at a hospital in Cloquet, Minn., Monday, Dec. 28 following a stroke Dec. 21 were held Saturday, Jan. 2 at Glen- view Cong. church, with Roy. D. C. Reutter in charge. A quar- tette composed of Mrs Milton Felix, Mrs. Ivan Crane, David Thomas and Milton Felix sang at the church, accompanied by Mrs. David Thomas. Burial was in Prairie Flower Cemetery near where he grew to manhood. Pallbearers were Roy Thomp- son, Orrin Thompson. Dean Thompson, Henry, Corbin, Cliff- ord Corbin and Ivan Trusty. Following the service the Glenview ladies served lunch at the church parlor for relatives and friends. Those coming from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cor- bin. Jeffers, Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jones, Ames. Iowa. Mrs. Geo. Nickelson and son t{oward from Wentworth. S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Clayke Wengerl, Ed Hollings- .vm-tb. Mrs. Oscar Johnson and duuchtcr fI':m Madison. D;,rrell Thompson, junior stu- d:'pt ?,t Auautrmu College from Le'.c'hcr. has been nommMcd by -" 'kuie student council for the office of vice-president of the 15t stu:tent body. Campaigning for these vari:,us offices will be- in January 4 with tile election held on January 8. The winners At The REX Friday- Saturday Jan. 8 - 9 SHOOI v0 KiiL...,s THE IE00am ON THE WARPATH! Plus College Circus and Pluto Cartoon Sunday - Monday Jan. 10 - 11 Amdh, k, e es y s itw on , ( Plus News and Cartoon Tuesday - Wednesday Jan.12 - 13 GREER GARSON WALTER PIDGEON , Donna Corcoran-Agnes Moomhead .... Plus: Let's Ask Nostradamus SATURDAY MATINEE 2:30 .... Adults 50e  Children This 1954 Ford CrestUne Fordor sedan--new this year--has interior beauty and new power assists} usually found only in costly limousines. Its smart new grille has a characteristic Ford center spinner, l'ecessed parking lights and jet-type air scoop.Like all 1954 Ford passenger cars, it has new ball-joint front suspension for easier handling and the choice of either Ford's completely new 130&.p. Y-block] iV-8 engine or the new 115-h.p.I.block Mileage Maker Six. For case and driving pleasure it haa (power steering, power brakes, power operated windows and'front seat, plus Fordomatie or overdrive,] available at extra cost. of the election will be disclosed at an election party to be held in the college gymnasium Saturday evening, zanuary 9. The" party will be sponsored by the junior clas.. Jim \\;Vylie, Sioux Falls jun- ior. is also rmming for vice- president. I2arrell. or "J. D." as he is call- ed ,t Augie, has been active in f(?tball and track and is a mem- ber' of the Kappa Theta Phi socic.- ty. ) vqbc, r Augie :,t/(ieii from Le,'her, Az'lun Sclland. has been nor. n:Aed [;r lhe off;co of treas- llI'('F. Ali:in iq u Ka,,pa li2cmbeF tl'o:-ktFe] (,:" I}12' }Hlliol" clas, an hv.s p::vticpated in ba.ketball :rod track. Idella I. Alison, home agent, and' A golden rule for farm safety with the many attractive fabrics ls never try to clean, oil or adjust EXTENSION NEWS By Idella Alfson, Home AgenI Put Glamour in your Windows Every homemaker has any number of questions concerning the proper way to curtain that odd size window, the tall narrow window, the too wide window and the window which makes a most unpleasant view from the house. There are various ways to handle all of these problems and the homemaker and her family should be satisfied with her ef- forts. Our man made fabrics such as orlon, fiberglass, dacron, and very little or no pressing.All man- ' made fabrics are resistant to in- sect damage and will not mildew. The shrhnkage in laundering is not a problem and the use, of cur- tain stretchers is not needed when laundering curtains made frorn the above fabrics. There are some disadvantages and they are as follows: static electrical effect, 'dying limited in color range, ld ,..t wllI oft fable, camage i usuaI the result of too hot an iron and often time live ashes from cigarettes will melt a hole but will not cause an actual flame. The homemaker should not forget the ordinary curtain fabrics which are lower in price but the care and length of service receiv- ed is not as great so all facts and figures should be taken into con- sideratioa when selecting mater- fats. Drapes were also discussed by Dismissed St. John's: Ernest Sweeney, [ Mrs. Andrew Prins, Mrs. Michael Helgeland, Mrs. Charles McCord, Woonsocket; Mrs. Harry Wiles, nylon have many advantages in Frankfort; Gone Hoffman Artes- hat they will last much l Onge tan: Expired: Gaij.Bolton, Woon- hey ao not aosoro more man  socket ": pmleent tb 10 pereent of their Whiting Memorial: Mrs. Chas. weight of water, therefore theY IMcCord ' Eugene 'Hoffman, Joyee ury momy mmues ann neea Witt, Mrs. Perry J'aeobson. Memorial: Joyce Witt, Gordon Haugen, Henry C. Jensen, Janiee Ashby, Merritt Larson and Henry Ronnefeldt, Woonsocket. St. John's: Mrs.'Duaine Swen- son, Blaine Dunlli, Woonsoeket; Miss Kathleen Kinsman, Artes- ian. and substitute ........ 265.00 [ Ben IAndahl, salay-Deeem- t bet .............. z .... 205.00 F. 19. Richards, salary and post-! e -- i ag -December ........ 25.52 i Howard Taylor, jnnitor- city 'I building-December .... 30.00 F. D. Ricnards, salary-City At- torney-to lili54 ....... 25.00 C. E.  G. Co., lights and phones i C. E. a G.-Co_,po-rer--_-_-- 255.3463.20 A1 Roti, supplies ........ 5.00 Coltlgnon's, supplies .... 4.94 Kappel's, supphes ........ 15.415 Fmr Price tgH Co., sup- plies .................. 70.5b  Stemhen's, supplies ...... 49.86 Howard Noble, labor and sup- plies .................. 36.25 Free Marken, digging trench ................. 7.50 Art Paulson, labor ....... 56.00 tilis Drug Store, sup- i plms ................... 50 Ienarick's, rent for Fire- , men .................. 5.00 i Siedschlaw's, repairs for main- t tainer ................. 48.00 Brewster Abstract Co., insurance premium-tool house _ __ 19.52 I Brewster Abstract Co., additional I worinens compensation prem- ium ................. 94.10 Old Age and Survivors Insurance, boclal becurity to 1;1154 ........... r ..... 67.50 Internal Revenue, withholding tax to 11154 .......... 204.40 Swenson implement Co., sup- plies ................... 11.80 Moved by Noble and seconded *by biedschaw that the Sanborn which are to be used in making "b'tmes, the homemaker should a farm machine-when it is run- i tSunty Bank, Woonsocket, Souh Dakota, tte Commercial Trust not tave too much trouble in her ning. & Savings Bank, and the Mitcheil selection. All rods and proper hooks to Polaroid Land film for sale at the Nationai Bank, both of Mitchell, S. Dak., be appointed as depose- use should be of good quaiity as News office. tortes for the City o Woonsock- the cheap unsatisfactory mer- :et, . D., Ior the ensuing year. chandise is too expensive in the l llotlon carried. long run Woonsocket City ! Vice-PreMdent Flanders, as Three training schools were held m Sanborn County by the Counci| Proceedings Acting Mayor, announced the ap- poimmenr ot Carol M. Rtter as home agent, Idej_la I. Alison on :s=,-sor 1L, r the year of 154, and the above subject and all clubs Regular meeting of the City asked tile City Council to con- a:e to present this information Council of the City of Woonsoek- m'm the appointment and fix the to their club members for their et South Dakota, called to order salary to Oe paicL JAl]ll&ry lesson, at 8:00 P.M., Monday, January - 4th. 1954, by Alderman Ftanders, It ws moved by Regynski and vice-presldent of the City Coun- seconded by Noble that the ap- Hospital Notes ell, and acting Mayor, (vith the po:nuP.:nt ,l Cax'ol M. Ritter as following Aldermen p r e s e nt, Assessor tot the year of 1954 be Nble. Siedschlaw, Regynski and COl?ilt-llicd and that the salmy be Admitted Flanders. Absent Ferguson and nxd at 300.0u and an expense Memorial: Mrs. Floyd Baruth, MeCord. aliowance of 510.00 for attending Paul Knigge, Henry C. Jensen, Minutes of last regular meeting As.,essot s behoof, and triat ne Gzdon ttaugen, Merritt Larson, of December 7th, 1953, and bond oi SSu0.U0 on file w:ti the royce Witt, and Janice Ashby of ; special meeting of December 18, City xiudtor oe approved. Motion Woonsocket. ;1953, read and on motion approv- Whiting Memorial: Mrs. Perry ed. Jacobsen, St. John's. : Treasm'er's reoort examined by St. John's: Gene Hoffman, Ar- the Finance' C'ommitte and on ,e.,an. Mrs. Herman Johannsen, !motion approved and ordered Forestburg. Cld on file. (last week) I Pl following bills were read St. John's: Gaff Bolton, Ernest land on motion approved: Sweeney, Mrs. Chas. McCord, I C. M. Butler, salary-Decem- Blaine Dunlap, , Mrs. Andrew! ber Je ................. $240.00 Prins, Woonsochet I C. A. nsen, salary-December I The Nawea group of Camp Fire Girls elected officers. The officers are: President, Mary McCord; Vice President, Sharon Wolfe; Secretary, Dorthy Parsons; Treas- ure, Carole Cunningham; Scribe, Sharon Borons. First meeting of '54 was on Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Steichen. carried. Mr. Funk of the Joslyn Manu- facturing and Supply Company aria Mr. Costello ot the Crescent Electric Company met with the Council and aiscusffed the matter of wARe way street lights to re- place the present street lights on Dumant Avenue. It was moved by Siedschlaw and seconded by Regynski that the City order Four (4) J101230 Mer- Rand-McNally Road 231as - II. S. Canada and Mexico - aI tho Woonsockei No%vs. Ill Ul I JOB PRINTING All Kinds at the WOONSOCKET NEWS cury Vapor Luminaires at $42.25 each, Four (4) No. 232-421 Jeffer- son Ballasts with No. 232-005 Adapters at $47.90 each, Four (4) Un!on Metal Poles, Design 400 H o00 B1 with Accessory B-84 at 5102.59 each, and Four (4) E,-H1 Lumen Mercury'Vapor Bulbs at 11.05 each, for March 15th, 1954 delivery. Motion carried. There being no further business motion !to aajourn prevailed. ! R.J. Flanders, vice- presi- ' dent of City Ccuncil, and t Acting Mayor. APPROVED: } teads Dirnes ! Basil O'Connor, president Im National Foundation for I) Paralysis, leads Americae ha teets in 3,100 counties,le.. , sions and Territories in O be annual March of Dimes Wack January must raise $7 . , to pay for polio patient ai ut at tific research, professiolcers cation and the new proequal Polio Prevention. This Iitc h alone will cost $26,500,g, . stepped-up purchases of[rlv globulin and the field-teSmg lt a trial polio vaccine durinY c hvond I T her T00 L/'la *sine' , la::t FOR SALE: Registerede .;t PoP.:md China boar. --ts c Swa:son. Woonsocket. fl to F ies OR SALE: Six room dh h 1. story, full basemen eonl obS-telv n{odern. One acre { " " anu trees, shrubs and all k , ft'uits. Double garage. --ho n write Art E. Kutit, Lane. fags _ __.At tr: MEETING: Rain Inczemy 1:30 p. m. at the Big Bric} e Springs Fri., Jan. 8. RepoHmal tion of officers, free coff t sta donuts. Bring your wilt.-- friends. UTH lY n, THANKS TO ALL the edi and relatives who sentts ar, cards and letters, and thread visited me while in the htin --IVlrs. P. F. Kaster. w-'s MY SINCERE T everyone for gifts, cards, during my stay in the h4 c They were all much appr pe --Mrs. Elsie Irving. cor I WISH TO THANK a?aE remembered me with card,he. I was in the hospital. The/Clm F. D. Richards, Ci@ Auditor. greatly appreciated.--Mrspres (SEAL): Scott. [pha I lO JO STORE CLEA'RANCE BROKEN SIZES AND SHORT LOTS A. W. SLIPOVER SWEATERS / /t: . w,,. A POLAROID CHILD'S2T0 8 Ft. SHIRTS C AM E RA t00IES CHENILLE ROB00, IN COLO00 - Think of the fun ou can v w th ...... SINGLEPLAID BLANKETS 70x80___." y hae i picture in a minute. Show yourguests | [ | their pictures whfle the party is stfll [ [I |II_MgO n ot han n , going on Make sure you've got once- " [.I o uvut000000, z rUK in-a-lifetime vacation scenes, wed. gRLS' /ILL WOOL PLAID SLAX MB'S FL SHIRTS, BROKEN SIZES 00UmX 00mLES mSCONr00E, SmES CHILD'S 3 TO 8 WINTER JACKETS --- dings, family gatherings. Only the Polaroict Camera lets you see your pictures as you take them - at the exT moment they mean the most. Woonsocket News 50 D00ES ON SALE BUY ONE AT REGUI00 PRICE- i i IGET SECOND ONE FOR ONLY Fing utl, sli! e e r ex t te t b }a It t 1