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WEST OF STEPHEN
Mr. and Mrs. James Myres
-supper with Mr. and, Mrs.
Several west of Stephen
visitors .'at Mr. and Mrs. Charles My
John Blake am! wife were Ste
phen callers Monday.
Several of the west of Stephen
farmers attended the sale at
Very nearly a fatal accident hap
pened by a stove pipe being out of
shape. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers
and baby were overcome by coal gas
scaping Monday night.* Mr. My
ers was able to get the door open
and call his folks on the telephone.
It was Tuesday noon before any of
them could be up but now they are
NORTH OF ALVARADO
Miss Hilma Palm returned last
'Saturday from Crookston, where she
had been attending the short course.
Her brother Nels, accompanied her,
Jo spend a few days with home
folks. The Misses Levina and Ruth
Nordlund and Hilma and Judith
Peterson came home on Saturday to
spend a few days at their respective
Rev. Wahlund held a business
meeting at Elim church on Satur
day afternoon and conducted ser
vices there on Sunday morning.
Willie Haglund was at home from
Warren over' Sunday.
The Misses Anderson and Sandin,
of Warren, 'were visitors at the
Nordlund home over Sunday.
i A large gathering was present at
the funeral of Mrs. Nystrom, which
i was held at the Baptist church on
-UlM Sunday afternoon. Rev. Wahlund
attended the entertainment at Ste- Mr. E. Edman on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wear were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theo.
Henry Raymiller was trading in
Several attended the preaching
service at PaAer school house on
Perry Bush and family and'Mike
Trainer and family were Sunday
preached a beautiful and fitting
Mr. L. Sundin was a Sunday visi
tor at the home of P. Pealstrom.
Mrs. P. Pearson and daughter, El
len were Waruen visitors Monday.
Anton Pearson and Gustave Ed
man attended a sale, east of Warren
Emil Dahlsl.rom sawed wood for
Will Palm left Monday evening to
attend the school of traction engi
neering at Warren.
Chas. I.oeslie is up and around
after his long illness.
Miss Delia Walsh, of N. Dakota,
name over to Radium Tuesday eve
Jim McGregor was in Warren last
week attending the doctors. Jim has
a pretty sore hand.
Sales are becoming numerous. J.
the! Sohantzen and F. Monroe each re
turned from one, with a nice big
Arthur Sommers spent Sunday at
The entertainment at Radium was
a success in spite of bad weather.
Mrs. C. Eskildsen went to Strand
quist last week to attend the funer
nl of her sister-in-law.
Jose Sehantzen has moved with
his family lo the old Gillund place
NORTH OF THIEF RIVER r*
A surprise party was held on Miss
Stene at the Lang place Saturday
night all report a very good time.
Arthur Simpson lias been hauling
hay the past week.
Arthur Muzzy visited the Rogers'
Mrs. S. R.'JAogers visited the
Whitman home Sunday.
Mrs./John Whitman has been on
the sick list the past week.
Several loads of hay have been
taken to Thief River Falls the past
Well here we are again. Weather
has been very nice for some time.
We will soon have, 1st of March.
There will be a change in the mail
carriers' routes. Gust Anderson, the
March 1st will come in like Lion in o\ir Clothing Department. It
will Swat a^nd Splash irv Low Prices a^r\d Good Clothes
SUITS WORTH $10.00. to $12.50
SUITS WORTH $15.00 to $18.00
50c SEASONS NECKWEAR
50c SILK HOSE
WARM UNION SUITS WORTH $1.25 to $1.50
SOX, 6 PAIR GOOD ONES f-
SHIRTS, FINE $1.50 VALUES^-
Stormy Ma^rch will be of no worry, to you if you with considerate
care take advantage of these Tr\ily Splervded Bargians on
R. F. D. 1 mail earrierfrom A,gyle,
will go as far east as the section tine
between 9 and iO 15 and 16 22 and
23. Gar! Sorenson, the former mail
carrier from Newfolden will only go
as fair west as the town* Tine be
tween Fotdahl and Marsh Grove.
Lots of up-to-date mail boxes are
being put up. $,
Levi G. Johnson has beqn around
Geo. J. Boe and Levi G. Johnson
called at Jorgen Boe's in Marsh
Grove last Sunday. Mr. Johnson took
some pictures while there.
THIEF RIVER FALLS, R. 2
Mr. and Mrs. Riddel. Arno and
Willie Steinhauer visited at M.
Kiseh's Sunday. v,
Mr, and Mrs. W. Silbaugh and fa
mily, Martin Mattson and -Hildur
Carlson spent Sunday with E. Sil-
bauglVs at Holt.
Mrs. M. Kisch and children wen!
to Thief River Falls to church on!
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ericksdu spent
Sunday at Simonson's.
Annie Erieksoh and Minnie An
derson spent a few days at Mud
Lake last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joppru and family
were at a concert at their church
Annie Erickson and Hildur Carl
son called at. A. Hoffman's Saturday
E. Erickson-took'a load of flax to
Thief River Falls last- week-.
Elizabeth and August Hoffman
spent Saturday and Sunday at home.
W. Silbaugh took a load of hay
to Thief River Falls last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wendt made a trip
to Thief River Falls last week li*
Fred Steinhauer is busy making
arrangements for the telephone line
for this neighborhood.
Theodore Joppru called ort his
brother Andrew Saturday.
.Olga ^Larson returned to her
school in Ringbo, Sunday, after a
two weeks' illness.
E. Erickson was busy haulingjiay
last week. i- ^f')
Paul and Oscar Hoffman were at
Holt Saturday. $ 1 J^'
JLena and Minnie Hoffman return
ed Friday from their claims at Mal
No mail out this way on Saturday
on account of Washington's birth-
EAST OF WARREN
The Willing Workers will meet
with Mrs. Grange on March 13th. On
account of several other attractions
the date has been changed, so all
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Torgefson's
children are all sick.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Anderson enter
tained several.guests on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. VV. Mapps and Mr.
and Mrs. W. Grange and families
visited at the Copp home west of
Warren on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Bodell called on
Peter Flod's family Thursday after
Several from here are attending
the traction school in Warren.
The East Warren Farmers' Gluib
will meet March 6th in the school
house. The subject for discussioe
'will be "Poultry." All come prepar
ed to teli your experiences. The
entertainment committee has pre^
pared the following program:
A short play, "The Limerick Boy."
Cast of characters is: Paddy Miles
Clarence McGully Job, gardener,
Henry Anderson Dr. Coates, Leslie
Grange Henry (dis son) Frank Po
well Rueben, Gust Bodell Mrs.
Fidget, Mrs. Warner Jane (her
daughter) Mrs. Claude Mapps. "All
Aboard for Blanket Bay" Ada Bodell
and Florence Warner and chorus.
Solo, Miss Edna Grange.
Reading, Mrs. J. O. Marshall.
Solo, Miss Fae Wadsworth.
Lunch will be served by Misses
Alma Flod, Cora Anderson and
Messrs. Art Bodeil and Gordon Po
EAST PARK NEWS
Hello, friends. Here we are again
lifter.a .long rest.
Gunard Nordin, from Brockington,
Sask., Canada, is here visiting his
friends and relatives in this commu
Ida Johnson, Emma, and Annie,
Sjoquist, and William Wikstrom
visited at Bergstrom's place Sunday.
Ole Brenna passed through this
Nils Sunberg and Theodore Swen
son .made a business trip to Strand
quist the 24th.
Ole Underdahl is busy unloading
a carload of coal at Strandquist, for
the floating dredge a few miles^ east
of town. )iM^i%kwi\ \"i^})iW
3 for $|,00
Adolph Wikstrom was seen com
ing f^om the west( Monday, the 24th
and it is believed that he had been
visiting friends at Stephen.
Earns Lindslvom lost his pocket
book at the dance Saturday night
and found it in his watch pocket a
few hours later.
Aliftoed Nilson of Nelson Park, vis
ited at P. Wikstrom's place Sunday
also Victor, Alma and Delia Bern-1L. Lamberson last Saturday,
hai'dsori! of this vicinity visited there
the same day.
Engla Holmgren is clerking at J.
E. Strandquist's store during the
Adatphj Wikstrom and Aohn Ost
lund while walking from town froze
their noses, Monday.
A. T. Bernhardson has purchased
a new organ.
J. O. Sjpquist made a business trip
to Stephen the latter part of last
Feb. 26Mr. and Mrs. Amundson,
of Grand Forks, are visiting the lat
ter's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Heg
P. Hendrickson is visiting his
brother and family.
Rev. Roadfeldt is conducting re
ligious meetings in our locality.
Rev. Kirkland and wife after a
week's services in this locality left
Miss Rokke, after a stay with her
mother, returned to Strandquist on
The two merchants of Strandquist
are having a clearance sale this
N. O. Strandquist and victor Le
frooth are taking in the auctions
EDGEWOOD SCHOOL NOTES
Alfred Hanson, Reporter.
Mr. August Peterson and Arthur
were- seen hauling shingles last
Carl Knutson was chopping wood
at Peterson's last week.
Mr. Williams stopped at Peter
son's last Wednesday.
Lloyd Ralston visited school and
we sold him a Lincoln button.
Fine weather again.
Ole Hanson's were at Viking last
1 "irs. Porteous and Mrs. Junkin
left for Moorhead last Wednesday.
Nelson's were to Viking Thursday.
Toby and Martin Melve are haul
ing wood as usual.
Alfred Hanson and Arthur Peter
son were at Viking Thursday eve
Martin .Nelson visited at Melye's
Rob. Porteous bought a horse of
Lloyd Ralston visited at Minnie
Znerold's last Sunday evening*.
Nettie Batten visited in Thief Riv
er Falls the latter part of last week.
A. D. Ralston and George Zhrotfl
are working at Thief River Falls
Miss Minnie Znerold and Simon
Styrlund visited at Batten's Sunday.
Alfred and Harry Hanson and Os
car A. Knutson were out skating
Skating, everybody enjoys skating.
Oscar Forsberg was out skating
Sunday for the first time in many
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dahlin from
Radium, visited out this way over
Mrs. Ranum, Otto, Clarence and
lluth Ranum and Lottie Greenby
spent Sunday at John Hatvorson's.
Martin Melve stepped in at Peter
son's Sunday evening.
Miss Olina Olson. Messrs. John Ol
son, Lewis Roseland, Halvor Hoolen,
Olaf Eide and Carl Krogstad visited
at R. M. Nelson's last Sunday.
We are busy selling Lincoln but
tons to earn our large flag.
Feb. 27th is Longfellow's birthday
School Notes District No. 2
Mrs. W. Wendt and M. Kisch vis
ited school last week.
Last week it was fine weather for
We had our school house scrub
bed on Saturday so everything was
nice and clean for Monday.
Too bad, Washington's birthday
came on Saturday, wasn't it?
What was it that went wrong at
school last week?
Ragna Larson and Adolph Ring
ham were absent from school on
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Iva Larson was absent Wednes
day on account of sickness and Fio
na Larson was absent on Friday.
There was no school last Thurs
day and Friday on account ot the
teachers' conveniton at Thief River
Falls.^ \"V/ ,,yyf:
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