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Farmers Parkhurst, Smith and
Shook were recent business visitors at the agency. Harry Evans entertained a hard cold or an attack of fin beginning January 21st The Pine Ridge public school opened again. January 20th, with Mrs. Bailey as teacher. Mrs. W H. Blish has been ap pointed County Superintendent of schools for this county. Miss Ethel Lings, a sister of Mrs. J. L. Dawson, is visiting in our city for few a days. Miss Lings comes from Minneapolis. J. D. Corder has recently had the body of his Overland car rebuilt con verting it into a light truck and it makes a dandy. Rev. A. F. Johnson left on Jan. 27th to attend a district convention for the Presbyterian church to be held at Denver. Colorado. Mr. John son goes as a delegate from this synod. Some weeks or months ago Mr. Ad die sold out his interests in the Pine Ridge Garage to Mr. Chas. Gerber who is at present conducting this business. Mr. Gerber and his family have moved to town and at present are living in the Dawson building next to the postoffice. J. J. Boesl for many years the Dis trict Farmer at Allen took his first vacation in fourteen years recently and spent part of the time visiting his aged father who resides at Lea venworth. Kansas. Mrs. R. H. Stelzner, her sister Miss Boghdan, and Miss Rightenour left our city Jan. 27th for the city of Den ver. where they will pursue their vraiousways. either filling positions they have accepted or developing their talents through study. Mr. and Mrs. Stelzner entertained a congenial group of Pine Ridgers at their cozy home. Saturday evening, January 18th. Ye scribe was de tained by a sprained ankle and could not attend but reports reaching him from those who did indicate that a glorious good time was had. Pro gressive whist furnished entertain ment until late in the evening when dainty refreshments were served. The following people were present: Mr. Sc 26. Mrs. H. Tidwell, Mr. & Mrs. Geo. A. Trotter, Mr. & Mrs. Ste wart Zach. Taylor, W. H. Blish, Mr. & Mrs. John Jones and sister. Mrs. Gad oury Mrs. Garnett Vanderhoof, Mrs. Bailey, Lee Grabbs, H. E. Morrow, Dr. J. S. Lindley, and Mr. &Mrs. L. Rily.