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Bear Creek
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(Special to the Chronicle)
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Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Quigley of Bill
ings were in town Saturday on their
way to Red Lodge.
O. C. Ager, of Billings, was in town
Saturday renewing old acquaintances.
Ed Soulsby motored to Billings
Saturday returning the same evening.
Frank Wilce left Thursday for
Chicago where he will make his future
home.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Doyle, Alex Pair
grieves, and John Williams motored
to Billings Thursday to attend the
musical show, "Sally."
Mr. and Mrs. George Reed, Miss
Mary McDonald, Lawrence Reed and
John Reed left for Cumberland, Ohio
where she was called by the serious
illness of her aged father. The oth
ers returned home the following day.
Mrs. J. C. F. Siegfriedt, who has
been spending the past ten days at
the home of her sister, Mrs. H. Hopa,
of Roundup, returned home Saturday.
Mrs. Louis Sasich was shopping in
Billings Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Fages are the
proud parents of a baby boy born
Friday morning. The young man has
been named Marcel, Jr.
Tom Freeman and M. Doyle were
fishing at Clark over the week end.
James Hynds, who is attending the
business College at Billings was home i
Saturday and Sunday visiting at the j
parental home.
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. F. Siegfriedt
were dinner guests at the Gardner
home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud White are the pa
rents of a baby boy, bora Wednesday
night, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jim White.
Edward W. 3eaû!o, who has been
employed at the M. C. and I office in
Billings the past roderai months, has
been trans^ored to ■ o main office
hc:e. He Will take the position pre
■ viously held by Dave Thomas, who
.1 ;n s been * -npora;./ layed off.
j Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Forney were
Red Lodge visitor« Saturday evening.
Ralph O'Leary, representative of
I the Impe. al Candy Company of Sa
attic, was in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Hannah Thompson, who has
been visiting at the home of her j
father, John Mikesell, the past few ;
weeks, departed Monday for her home !
in Los Angeles, California. !
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Soulsby, Miss
Jean McNeal, and Joe Soulsby mo
tored to Red Lodge Sunday.
I Mrs. Bert Norris left Monday for
1 Wisconsin to join her husband where |
they expect to make their future,
Mr. Gibbons, of the Billings Hard
ware Company, was in town Monday
attending to business.
Mrs. Bert Norris was the dinner
guest of Mrs. C. M. Straight Saturday
John Rodesheck left Tuesday for
Cooke City where he will remain sev
home.
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eral days.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and
son Francis, left Thursday for Butte
where they expect to remain this sum
Mr. Johnson has accepted a po
mer.
sition with the Clark ball team of that
city for the coming season.
The Womans Club held their regu
lar meeting on Tuesday evening. It
was the last meeting of the year.
Mrs. Ted Gruel and children, who
have been visiting at the home of
her sister, Mrs. F. E. Richardson, the
past week, returned to their home at
Boyd Sunday.
Mrs. C. M. Straight went to Ped!
Lodge Tuesday evening to attend the
Annual Woman's Club Banquet at that
place.
The Misses Mae Halfacre, Fay An
derson, and Luell a Lundberg were
Red Lodge isitors Tuesday evening.
Miss Marguerite Fages was in Bill
ings Saturday shopping and visiting
friends.
Mrs. Walter Lamport was a guest
at thc Straight home Tuesday.
Mrs. J. Harry Wright has been
quite ill the past week. She is slowly
on the road to recovery.
Miss Merle Graham, who teaches
near Joliet, vas home over the week
end.
Mrs. Pat Ferry, of Red Lodge, was
a guest at the Tweedie home over
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Richardson were
business callers in Red Lodge Monday
evening.
Miss Jean McNeal was shopping in
Red Lodge Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dae Murray attended
the track meet at Joliet Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Townsend have
moved into the Bert Norris home.
Dave McKee, who was home over
the week and, left Tuesday morning
for Billings.
Great preparations are being made
for the Junior-Senior Banquet to be
held at the High School this coming
Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs, Ed Beal. Mrss, Ed 1
McCluskie and Mrs. Henry Rae, Jr. ■
motored to Billings Saturday re- ;
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turning the same evening.
Mrs. Bert Norris was a house guest
at the home of Mrs. Tom Frasure :
Saturday and Sunday. I
R. L. Lord was a business caller in
tained Thursday eening in honor of
Camp, J. W. Reed, S. M. Arvin, How
ell McKinnon, Wm. McDonald and
Billings and Joliet Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gier, of Bil
lings were in town Friday on business.
Mrs. Catherine Smyer, and baby, t
who have been visiting at the Massick '
home for sotne time, left Sunday for
Pittsburg, to join Mr, Smyer at that
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place.
J. T. Kelly, county commissioner, of
Castagne, was in town Tuesday. !
Announcement has been made of,
the coming marriage of Miss Mable
Slawson and Richard McDonald, to j
take place in Billings on May 15, Both |
young people are well known here.
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Mr. and Mrs. Tom Frasure enter
Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Herford, who
are leaving soon. The evening was
spent at playing cards. The guests (
were Messrs and Mesdames H. B.i
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Miss Alta Gosnell.
Tom Lindsay has recently purchased
a new Overland Champion.
J. 0. Higham, prominent rancher
and banker of Belfry was calling on
friends in town Friday.
Quite a large crowd attended the
track meet held at Joliet Saturday.
Red Lodge succeeded in carrying off
the honors of the day with Belfry a [
close second. The locals were placed
in the fifth place, having scored 18 1-2
points. There was a large attendance
from all parts of the county. Uhl
rich of thc Billings Polytechnic offi
ciated.
A Miscellaneous shower was given
Tuesday evening by Mrs. Richardson's
music class at the Richardson home
complimentary to Miss Sadina Bryant
who becomes the bride of William
Tweedie on Sunday, May 11. The
evening was spent in playing various
games after which a dainty luncheon
was served. The bride to be was the
recepient of beautiful gifts.
Mrs. Phil Gardner was hostess
ers. Bridge was in play during the
evening after which a lunch was
served. The tables were decorated
with Yellow candles in crystal holders
tied with yellow tulle. The color
scheme was carried throughout the
dames C. M. Straight and J. C. F.
Siegfriedt and C. A. Causey and the
Misses Anne Lundberg, Catherine
Doughty, Mae Halfacre, Florence Ben
80 n, Luella Lundberg, Faye Anderson,
M. Solzo, Winnifred Mikesell and Lila
Thursday evening to the local teach
lunch. The invited guests were: Mes
Härtling.
Miss Alice Boggio visited her sister
Mrs. Milt Waters Sunday and Monday.
Reverend and Mrs. E. T. Peck vis
Jeanette Dill spent the week end
with her sister Mrs. Wm. Scully.
The Halliwill sale Friday was well
attended although it is a very busy
time for the farmers. Many spent
the day here bidding on stock and
machinery.
J. M. Anderson was transacting
business in Red Lodge Monday.
The Farmers Union held their reg
ular meeting at Luther Saturday
night.
Mrs. Julius Schrader was Mrs. Pres
ton Cluppe's guest Saturday.
LUTHER ITEMS
( Special to The Chronicle)
J. M. Burnett was in Red Lodge
Wesley Hash, Andrew Storlie and
J. G. Russell motored to Absarokee
Sunday. Mr. Storlie brought back his
Maxwell car.
Lyle Brothers, Ditch Contractors
motored from Billings Friday to at
tend a meeting of the Rosebud-Red
Lodge Irrigation officials held here
Saturday afternoon. They returned
Saturday evening,
Wm. Larkin of Red Lodge attended
Monday attending to business.
the Hallowill sale Friday.
J. C. Pogue, teacher at Luther
closed his school Thursday, having
taught extra time during the holidays.
This school has closed earlier than
n. A. Vincent made a trip to Red
Lodge Saturday returning with a new
others.
Ford.
ited Reed Point last week.
Miss Marion Linley visited in Red
Lodge Saturday at her sister's Mrs.
I Harry Obert's home.
Knute Storla took a load ol
Red Lodge Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Rice were
Roscoe visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Wm. Scilley, Mrs. Hattie Bunn,
Mrs. Preston Clapper, Miss Hartwig,
i Miss Boggio, Mrs. Maggie Bellamy
and Miss Bertha Bunn were visitors
at the Dell home Sunday.
County Commissioner John Kelley
attended the Halliwell sale Friday.
Sanfred Reulund and Jim Burnett
were bidding on stock at the Hallowill
sale Friday.
Joe Castagne was out from Red
Lodge Friday buying calves for the
1 market.
John Brown of Roscoe who has re

; cently returned from the east, passed
j through here Wednesday on his way
Red Lodge,
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Alfred Vincent Sr. who has rented
I the Van Ileaae ranch is rapidly turn
>'>K the soil and at the rate he is
plowing will soon have his grain in.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Embrey, Mr. and
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' er Vplne y t0 attend thc 8ale Frida y
at Hallowill's.
Mr ' and Mrs ' Joe Simpkins drove
I over in the afternoon to the Hallowill
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Due11 ranches on lower Red Lod « e
creek ha8 made the roads ,m P a8#able
j ' n P' aees '
| Ben Kin « haB moved his famil y to
a ranc * 1 near Columbus.
I A petition for the proposed initia
1 live law on mine taxes to be voted
! upon by the people has been circulated
in this vicinity.
1 ranch to attend the sale.
The landslides near the Kelley and
( ^' s * Hennifin closed her school at
Ton y to take the teachers ' ,xarmna '
i lions at Red Lodge.
BOYD ITEMS
( Special to The Chronicle)
H. E. Smith returned to work on
Wednesday after being laid up for
several days on account of sickness.
Russell Robertson of Red Lodge
[ was ft visitor at the A. G. Anderson
home on Thursday evening.
Tony Spolar who has been visiting
at the Kauzlarich home returned to
Red Lodge on Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. Robert White are the
parents of a 9 pound boy born on
Thursday morning. Mother and baby
are both getting along fine.
The Ladies Aid met at the Ander
son home on Thursday afternoon.
A. G. Anderson, Mack Anderson and
Russell Robertson attended Masonic
lodge at Joliet on Thursday evening.
Mrs. Warila was a business caller
at Red Lodge on Thursday.
Mrs. Theodore Gruel *nd children
visited with Mrs. Gruels sister at
Bearcreek from Friday until Sunday
evening.
Dorothy DeBott returned to her
home on Friday after spending sev
eral days visiting friends at Red
Lodge.
Louis Gruel was a business caller
at Red Lodge on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E, Richardson of
Bearcreek visited friends and rela
tives in this vicinity on Sunday.
C. F. Wood of Billings was up from
Billings looking after business inter
ests on Sunday.
Mrs. L. Johnson and Margret An
derson visited at the Dullenty ranch
on Tuesday.
Herman Black of Roberts was a
business caller at the Kebschull ranch
on Friday.
Mrs. Chopple of Joliet spent Wed
nesday at the Schrumpp home.
Dorr Bates was a caller at Roberts
on Monday and Tusday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Platt motored
to Red Lodge on Saturday.
Mr. Weidman of Roberts was a cal
1er at the Platt ranch on Friday,
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Burris were
dinner guests at the Dallenty home
on Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Dullenty and
Mrs. Wm. Dullenty motored to Red
Lodge on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kebschull and
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Dullenty were cal-,
lers in Joliet on Sunday eening.
Rev. Chopple and family of Bridger
and Rev. Edgington of Billings were
dinner guests at the John Boyd home
on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Normile, Mrs.
'John Boyd and Mrs. J. T. Rinker mo
j tored to Billings on Saturday.
ness caller in this vicinity on Friday.
T. C. Schrumpf motored to Billings
j on Sunday to visit his wife who is
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| Mr. and Mrs. Kirkbart were dinner
; guests at the Laurence Hughes home
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Elmer Talmage of Joliet was a busi
sick.
i Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gammill of Jol
iet visited at the A. G. Anderson home
on Fridaw evening.
Mrs. N. H. Anderson left on Sunday
evening for Billings where she is do
ing some dressmaking.
C. S. Banta came up from Billings
on Monday for a visit at the John
Boyd home.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Shorten at -1
tended the track meet at Joliet on Sat
urday.
Robert White, Wm. White Jr. and
wife motored to Bearcreek on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sauerwein, Mrs.
Wm. White, Jr. and son are spending
a few days at Billings.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Taylor and
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Harry Jewson, first violin
John Jaruissa, obligato violin
Thompson, cornet
Emley Wheeler, piano

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the absence of Mr. Sauerwein,
Don't forget the Sunday School
every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Church eery Tuesday evening at S
o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson and
baby were business callers at Joliet
on Tuesday.

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