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Red Lodge daily news combined with Carbon County news. [volume] (Red Lodge, Mont.) 1931-1936, October 15, 1931, Image 3

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Around Our County
Special Correspondence
(Continued from page 2)
Mrs. Edith Mooney and William
Moody of Bowler were in Bridger
Monday on business.
*
*
Sunday evening a group of rel
atives and friends gathered at the
home of Mrs. Edith Mooney of
Bowler, and surprised her mother
who is visiting there, with a birth
day party. Cards were played
during the evening and a delicious
lunch was served by Mrs. Mooney.
* * * *
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Adams of
Warren, passed through Bridger,
Monday, on their way to Billings
to attend the funeral of Ed Fratis.
Mr. Fratis has been ill for some
time. He is quite well known
around Bridger, having lived here
for several years.
EDGAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Markuson
were hostesses to a bridge party
on Wednesday evening at their
home. Bridge was played during
the evening. A delicious lunch was
served at midnight. Those who at
tended were: Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ford,
Mr. and Mrs. F/H. Holstern, Mr.
and Mrs. Everett Yanderford, Mr.
and Mrs. Sverre Omdahl, Mr. and
Mrs. Knox Gibson, the Misses Ruth
Woughter, Mabel Pettit, Mary
Nodson and Cora Markuson; Mes
sieurs Ronald Kretzer, Murrell
Dowell, Paul Jensen and Raymond
McQuaid. High honors went to
Mr. A. C. Ford and Mrs. J. E.
Patterson. Consolation went to Mr.
and Mrs. Everett Yanderford.
* ♦ * *
Mrs. Brown gave a birthday par
ty Saturday afternoon in honor
of her son Howard who was twelve
years old. The afternoon was spent
playing cards after which a deli
cious luncheon was served. Those
who attended were: Patty Dowell,
Jeraldine Reams, Louise Hather
way, Joyce Epperson, Ole Hetland,
Dan O'Donnel, Jack O'Donnel,
Christian Jensen and Howard
Brown. High honors went to
Christian Jensen and Ole Hetland.
Low went to Dan O'Donnel and
Patty Dowell.
*
The girls' basketball team gave
a shadow social Saturday evening
at the high school gymnasium.
Members of the faculty and high
school students gave a short pro
gram which included dialogues,
songs, and tap dancing. Mr. Percy
Hopper gave a short speech after
having been presented with a let
ter won in athetics. which was pre
sented by Coach Oindabl. The rest
of the evening was spent in danc
ing. A good sized crowd attended.
* * * *
A representative for the Red
Cross called at the local school
last week for old clothes and food
which were to be brought to the
school Friday.
♦ *

Miss Esther Jensen spent
Thursday visiting at the home of
her aunt, Mrs. D. W. Nelson.
Mr. Frank Brown and a forest
ranger from the Yellowstone Na
tional park left last week for the
east. The ranger is stopping at
all the large cities and giving lec
tures as an advertisement for the
Yellowstone park. Frank, who is
a freshman, will return perhaps
sometime before Christmas in or
der that he may resume his
studies.
«
>!■ •
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Searight and
son Donald motored to Billings
Friday.
* ♦
Miss Glennis Lee McClurg
spent the week-end at her home.
Miss McClurg is attending normal
school in Billings.
Miss Esther Jensen spent Sat
urday afternoon visiting with Miss
Marie Hausen.
*
Oscar Wright and Gale Hum
phi'ey of Billings, were business
callers in Edgar last Friday.
* * * *
Mr. Ted Thornton of Thermop
olis, spent a few days visiting at
the Gordon Steele home last week.
* * * *
Mr. Daas Hullsinger of Grey
bull, spent a few days visiting at
the Clarence Boyle home, and re
newing acquaintances. Daas for
merly attended school in Edgar.
The local football squad motored
to Columbus Friday afternoon for
a game with Columbus high. They
were defeated by a score of 35-0.
However, they returned home in
good humor in spite of the defeat
and are getting ready to play
Laurel Tuesday.
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Red Lodge, Mont.,
Word was received that Mr.
Frates, who formerly lived in Ed
gar, died Friday evening at his
home in Billings. Mr. Frates, who
was widely known about the com
munity, has been suffering with
cancer for a long time.
*
A number from Edgar attend
ed the dance in Fromberg Satur
day evening.
♦ * * *
The Catholic Ladies gave a food
bazaar Saturday afternoon at the
J. E. Patterson store.
* * * *
Mrs. Austin McMahon has been
seriously ill this week and was re
moved to the hospital in Billings
Saturday afternoon.
* * * *
Mrs. Lester Orr of Boyd is ill
with an attack of rheumatism, at
the home of her mother, Mrs. Lil
lie Jensen.
ROBERTS
High School Stages Carnival.
The annual Roberts high school
carnival wais held last Friday eve
ning in the gymnasium. The car
nival this year, despite the so-called
hard times, was the most success
ful one since 1927.
As one entered the gymnateium
he was greeted by the usual glare
of color, and hubbub characteristic
of the true carnival. In the front
of the room was the beano game
and along one side were the gaily
decorated booths, where candy,
confetti, balloons, and the usual
carnival attractions could be pur
chased. The zoo and the spindle
booth were added attractions th8s
year.
Batt Bartelino, famous egg dod
ger, was one of the chief enter
tainers of the carnival.
The greatest attraction of the
evening was the election of a car
nival queen. A very close and in
tresting campaign took place with
Miss Fannie Maki, a junior, being
elected queen.
* * ♦ *
Mrs. Rose Wiekierak was hos
tess at a wedding dinner at the TV
C. Schrumpf home Sunday honor
ing her daughter Emily of Bill
ings, who became the bride of Mr.
Vernon Smith of Billings in Liv
ingston Saturday. The guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. S. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. C.
F. Woodte, Mr. and Mrs. William
son, Mr and Mrs. Harry Clark and
daughter, Mildred and son Harold,
Mr. and Mrs. T. R- Schrumpf ano
children, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sch
rumpf and daughter Helen and
son Elvin, Mrs. Plant, Miss Mary
Wiekierak, Mr. John Mikesell and
Mr. Clarence Lestmon.
Miss Elsie Abrahannson was
honored at a birthday party given
by her sisters, Mrs. Ted Mattson,
and Miss Ellen Abrahamson Sat
urday afternoon,
being her twelfth birthday. The
invited guests were: the Misses
Betty Mae Monahan, Martha Ann
Howland, Martha Lytinen, Jean
Heikkila, Helen McNeil, Frances
O'Shea, Fern and O'Detta Bergan,
Viola and Edna Johnson, Mildred
Weidman, Aleas Robertson, Mar
tha Hill, Winifred Wirkman, and
Genevieve Wilmonen. At the close
of an afternoon of games, a deli
cious lunch was served.
The occasion
* * * *
Miss Helen McNeil spent the
week-end visiting with her sister
Miäs Sara at the M. G. Hogan
home.
* *
*
Messns. William Penttila and
Thomas Hogan, who arc attending
normal school in Billings, spent
the week-end at their respective
homes here.
* * * *
Mr. L. A. Bal, who has been
working with the Phoenix Utility
company here, left Friday for Liv
ingston, where he entraned Sat
urday for Casper to accept a po
sition with the Ohio Oil company.
«
*
Mr. Rex. Zackary of Red Lodge,
was a luncheon guest at the E. E.
Heikkila home Saturday.
❖ * * *
Mr\ Tom Patterson was a busi
ness caller in town Monday from
his home on Shane Ridge.
When in Red Lodge
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Miss Dorothy Houghton was a
week-end guest of Miss Genevieve
Wilmonen at the Andrew Wilmo
nen home.
*

Mr. Ed Call of Billings was vis
iting friends in town Friday eve
ning.
* *
Mr. John T. Kelly, state presi
dent of the Farmers' Union, of
Castagne, was a business caller in
town Monday.
* * * ♦
Miss Margaret Spaeth of Silesia,
and Miss Mary Wiekierak of Boyd,
spent the week-end at their respec
tive homes.
* * * *
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Conwell and
children, Edward, Robert, Rase,
Mary and Margaret of Red Lodge,
and Miss Jean Heikkila were din
ner guests at the John Monahan
home Sunday.
♦ » ♦ ♦
Mrs. Edgar Grewel and daugh
ter Elsie were shopping here Mon
day from their home in Boyd.
♦ * ♦ ♦
Mr. E. E. Heikkila spent- Tues
day and Wednesday attending to
business affairs in Forsyth and
Golestrip.
* * * *
Miss Marie Waltonen and Oscar
Penttila were visiting friends in
Billings Sunday afternoon.
♦ * * *
Mr. R. E. Corbett was attending
to business in town Monday from
hiis home in Castagne.
♦ ♦
Mrs. Roy Hunt and Miss Edith
Hunt were shopping in Billings
Monday.
«
* * ♦
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lahti were
visiting friends in town Monday
from their home in Red Lodge.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Curtis spent
Sunday sighte-eeing along the
Cooke City road site, motoring
as far as the camp.
*
-
Messrs. C. H. Johnson and Ottis
D. iSale motored to Livingston on
Wednesday to spend a few days
visiting friends. They returned
Sunday.
* * * *
Mr. John Stevenson of Grand
Forks, N. D., was a business caller
here Thursday. Mr. Stevenson Is
connected with the Federal Loan
office of Grand Porks.
* * * *
Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeVries are
the parents of a baby boy, born
Sunday evening.
* *
Misis Ivy Nelson is visiting at
the Goodman Gomsrude ranch at
Fox this week.
Mrs. T. F. Schrumpf, Mrs. B. F.
Tuck, and Mrs. M. S. Wentworth
spent Tuesday afternoon at the
Otis Pitts home.
»
The Farmens' Union will meet
at the J. J. O'Shea office in Rob
erts on October 31. A pot luck
lunch will be served. The mem
bers are requested to bring their
own plates and silverware.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kelley left
Monday for Great Falls where they
will attend the Farmers' Union
state convention.


*
Mrs. M. S. Wentworth left Tues
day to attend the Farmers' Union
state convention in Great Falls.
She was chosen to represent Car
bon couny at the convention.
* * ♦ *
Mrs. J. Pedeiteon and sons Ingolf
and Paul visited at the G. Goms
rude ranch at Fox Sunday.
*
Mrs. Joe Allen was hostess to
the Card club Tuesday afternoon.
Honors went to Mrs. William Carr
and Mrs. Jim Monahan. At the
cloise of the afternoon a tempting
lunch was served.
♦ *
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Howland,
Mrs. Leonard Richardson and Mrs.
William Carr were shopping in
Billings Wednesday.

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BOYD
J. F. Sage had the misfortune
to slip and fall off the porch at
his home, breaking the bones in hia
hip. At the present time he is at
the hospital at Billings for treat
ment.

Robert Wilson returned to his
home on Thursday having fully
recovered from his operation.
(Continued on page 8)
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