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By MRS. F. O. JOHNSON Complimentary to Mrs. Norman Engel formerly Miss Grace Jensen, Mrs. H. A. Knudson and Miss Thelma Rosvold entertained at a miscellan eous shower Saturday evening at the H. A. Knudson home at Driscoll. The rooms were prettily decorated in or chid and white and bowls of lilacs. Mrs. Engel received many beautiful and useful gifts. They were present ed in the form of a treasure hunt. A buffet lunch was served to the 110 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Engel will make their home in Hillsboro. N. D. Mrs. Mabel Rosvold. who has spent two weeks at. 1 me, returned to Bis marck Wednesday. Mrs. Nina Dodge and family re turned Sunday from a visit at their old home at Edmunds. N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swanson spent Sunday in Bismarck. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Lathrop, Betty Jean Lathrop and Lois Anunson visit ed relatives in Bismarck Sunday. A number of young folks from this community attended the barn dance at, Crum's. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Van Vlcct re turned Sunday from a visit with relatives in Detroit Lakes. Minn. David Cook of Bismarck made a business trip to Driscoll Monday. Several Driscoll people attended the ball game in Steele Sunday. The game ended with a score of 10 to 1 in Steele's favor. Mr. and Mrs. A Nelson of Lewis ton. Mont., spent Thursday and Fri day with Mr. and Mrs. H A. Knud- Eon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eisenbeisz. Mrs. A. Eisrnbei.sz and Mrs. Clarence Olson motored to Mobridgp. S. D.. Saturday to visit Mrs. A Eisenbeisz's sister. They returned Monday eve ning Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Swanson and Mrs. Floyd Swanson visited in Ster ling and Sibley Butte Monday. Considerable damage was done in the vicinity south oi town by the hail storm Sunday night. Windows were broken and some crops destroyed. Miss Doris Tice and Lawrence Tice are employed in Bismarck. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hofstraud and family visited over the week-end In Devils Lake. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thomas picnicked near Mcnokcn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Nelson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newcomer. Mrs. Wm. Anderson of Bismarck called on Mrs. H. A. Knudson Fri day. The Ladies’ Aid met at the home of Mrs. C. Jackson Thursday. Mrs. I. Sawyer was joint hostess with Mrs. Jackson. Mrs. Sawyer and children motored to Illinois to visit relatives. They left Sunday. Mr. Ersland. Mr Nygaard and sev eral others shipped hogs and cattle to Minneapolis Monday. Misses Baldis Knudson and Dagmar Rosvold spent the week-end at home. Mrs. A 1 Chapin and children spent Friday with Mrs. Chapins mother, Mrs. Chas. Swanson. Raleigh j ❖ '■■■ By W. B. DOR WARD Mr and Mrs. Clark Belden attended the dance at Shields Tuesday evening given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. C. Brown of Shields, who were recently married. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fiest motored to Strasburg Sunday where they at tended the wedding of Mr. Fiest’s cousin and visited relatives, returning home Tuesday. Cora Christensen spent the past week visiting her cousin at the Peter 1 Christensen home near Carson. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Rausch and Ruth accompanied by John Miller and Mrs. Dorward were business visi tors in Mandan and Bismarck Tues day. W. P. Stayner returned home Sat urday morning from Devils Lake where he was sent as a delegate from the local lodge to the I. O. O. F. grand lodge. G. W. Schied of Minneapolis, audi tor for the Bagley Elevator Co., was a business visitor In town the past Week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bosworth and children departed Saturday morning for Detroit Lakes. Minn., where Mrs. Bosworth and children will spend their vacation with relatives. Mr. Bosworth will return in a few days, i Mr. Perkins of Bismarck was a ; business visitor in town Tuesday. John K. Bachmeier and family of 1 Linton were called to the bedside of Mrs. Carl Riehl, who has been se riously ill for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haas and chil | dren departed Wednesday for Ven j turia, N. D., where they will spend .‘a two weeks’ vacation.- \ Word was received of the death of W. B. Noyes at a Bismarck hospital ! Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Noyes was recovering from an operation when a sudden heart attack caused his death, i Ethel Wolf gram was a passenger to Shields Saturday morning. Mrs. Carl Riehl passed away at her home Saturday morning, having been a sufferer for some time from stom ach trouble. The funeral services were held at St. Gertrude’s church. Inter ment was made in the Catholic cemetery. Louis Jepson and daughter Mar garet accompanied by Theodore Christenson motored to Bismarck Thursday where Miss Margaret re mained at the Bismarck hospital for medical treatment. Mrs. Alfred Westrum entertained a party of lady friends to a course luncheon Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Roche ac companied by Mrs. P. J. Rausch mo tored to Bismarck Thursday. Nearly everyone from Raleigh at tended Chautauqua at FlaaVr dur ing the past week. Mr. Bill and family and Philip Nagel of Howes were summoned to the Carl .Riehl home by the serious llUneas and death of Mrs. Riehl. The dounty commissioners passed through Raleigh Friday on a business trip appraising tax dead property. Rev. Corbit was a visitor in town fThuraday. He stated that only one cMM had a mild ease of diphtheria ghd they .ere out of quarantine UFOS Mrs. Charles Beam were bounty seat business visitors Thurs dMr mcrntpg. Mr. Beem was pur mHßSgg-Mpppua hubs mm to sow ■- NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS his hog pastures to. Mr. Beem has several fields of fine alfalfa, as he has an ideal location for it to grow. Theodore Martell, county agent from Carson, was a business visitor in town Friday. All the little folks and a lot of the older folks enjoyed the trained pony and dog circus which was held in Raleigh Frkiay afternoon and evening. M. Britncr went to Strasburg Mon day and moved his family over to Raleigh increasing our population to five new members. Sam Paul had Robert Woggy of Freda drill a well on his farm and set up a windmill. Several gathered at the V. Het tinga home Saturday afternoon where a birthday party was held. Every one reported a pleasant afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Peterson spent Sunday as guests of Mrs. Peter son's folks near Morristown, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cors and chil dren of New Leipzig were visiting friends in Raleigh Sunday. Alfred Westrum motored over from Glendive, Mont., to spend Sunday with home folk;.. \ Clear Lake 1 * * By MYRTLE CHRISTENSEN Mr and Mrs. Charley Newcomer and family of Driscoll took supper Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Nelsen. Mrs. Clifford Nelsen and children oi Steele were visiting with her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith, a few days. Olaf Olson was employed at the E. J. Erickson farm south of Driscoll Thursday and Friday. Miss Peggy Peterson, who is visit ing at the Schoon home and Miss Tillie Schoon were Bismarck callers Thursday. Miss Mildred Apland spent the week-end at the Henry Olson farm. Olaf and Erling Olson and Ben Orne spent Saturday afternoon at Bismarck and Mandan. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Schoon and daughter. Mrs. Adolph Hansen, mo tored to Bismarck Friday. Mrs. Ole Newland and children called on Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sharp Friday while in town. Mr. McCoy of Utica. Missouri, is employed at the E. A. Van Vleet farm at present. Miss Selma Rice is employed at the B. F. Paslay home at present owing to the illnes of Mrs. Paslay. H. A. Smith made a trip to Regan last week-end and brought back with him his grandson, Bennie Carlson, who will visit here for a while. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sharp and daughter Florence of Driscoll spent Saturday at the Albert Christensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Stokes and family of Ft. Ransom pleasantly sur prised Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith Sat urday evening. They returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson enter tained relatives from Moffit Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Stokes and family of Ft. Ran som. Mr. and Mrs. Bjerke and baby of Regan, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Nelson and children of Steele. Mrs. Marie Olausen and family spent Sunday in Lein township. L. A. Slaatenhucs called at the Albert Christensen farm Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Olson enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Barkman Sunday. Albert Christensen and daughter Myrtle called at the Alden Nelsen farm Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson spent Monday at Moffit, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Nelsen and daughter Helen spent Sunday with the Newcomer family of Driscoll. The township board met with the assessor Monday at Clear Lake school No. 1 to look over the books. I Dodge I ♦ O By OLGA M. GROSSMAN H. A. Schieffelbein and Frank Schieffelbein of Milbank. S. D.. visit ed with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Harvey. They are father and brother of Mrs. Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tschaefske of Halliday called on Mr. and Mrs. L. Goetz Wednesday. C. S. Barrows, F. O. Jones and P. B. Goetz motored to the reservation Thursday where they spent the time fishing. Pliny Moen. our depot agent, and his family are taking a vacation trip to points in Wyoming. Quite a number of Dodge people attended the Chautauqua at Halliday Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Kamins and fam ily. who have lived in Fargo for some time, returned to Dodge and are mak ing their home here again. Miss Anna Schroeder. who has been spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Schroeder, returned to Aberdeen, S. D., Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Soutncr called at the J. A. Jacobs home Monday evening. J. A. Jacobs and children of Mar shall attended church at Dodge Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Marquart mo tored to Dickinson Sunday where they visited with friends. L. Jones of Chicago, 111., is visit ing at the F. O. Jones home. Mr. and Mrs. John Stephens of Michigan are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maxie and fam ily left on a motor trip to points in Minnesota and Wisconsin where they will visit friends and relatives. Ralph Jaeobsen was a passenger to Bismarck where he looked after busi ness affairs. Herman <eutz of Taylor was a business caller at Dodge Friday. Alfle Allison of Golden Valley transacted business at Dodge Satur day. Jack Flemmer, Bob Bouer and Vivian Kenyon called on Theresa Jacobs Sunday. 'Emil EhAquist, relief depot agent, is in charge of the depot while Pliny Moen is on his vacation. Mr. Elm quist is from St. Cloud. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bep Schieffelbein and Miss Lillian Schifeffeloein of .Clear Lake,. So. Dak., are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs and daughter Theresa motored to Marshall Sunday where they visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pederson en tertained a number of frloada at a * ■> . * party given at their home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Feigel spent Sunday at the H. A. Truesdale home. •> i ❖ Hazelton ■ | * By ELEANOR LANDSBERGER i Mrs. Paul V. Kintz entertained a i number of young ladies at her home last Thursday evening in honor of Miss Rachel Lcnhart. A nice lunch eon was served. Thomas Shea and children Mildred and Leonard, accompanied by Mrs. Tom Marx of Brrddock, left Friday for a week or 10 days’ trip to Alex andria. Minn., ana other points. The George Zcrnhelt family visited Sunday with the J. J. Landsberger family. Quite a number of Hazclton young frlks attended the dance at Moffit Monday night. George Zirbcs set ip thj merry-go round which he purchased several weeks ago, in readiness for the Stock Show, the 13th and 14th. Mr. and Mrs. Bradberg and family of Hettinger visited friends in Hazel ton last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Kalberer and son Conrad Jr., uccompanied by the E. E. Bradberg family left Friday morning for a two weeks’ fishing trip at the Detroit lakes. * Rev. Father Schweitzer held church services at Braddock Sunday. Twelve carloads of folks including the band went on a booster trip Fri day to advertise the coming Stock Chow. They stopped in 12 of the towns in Emmons county, returning at nine o'clock that evening. Miss Rachel Lcnhart left Thursday for Minneapolis where she will take up duties as a nurse at the Eitol hospital in that city. The ball game Sunday afternoon between Hazelton and Linton resulted in a score of 5 to 10 in Linton’s favor A large crowd turned out to see the game. Miss Mildred McDonnell started work Monday at the P. V. Kuntz resi dence. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prefontalne and family motored to Tuttle Sunday to visit with relatives. Wilson By MRS. JOHN A. BERG Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson mo tored to Bismarck Friday on busi ness matters. Oscar Fred and family are mov ing this week. Miss Mabel Nelson was a caller at the John Berg home Tuesday. Gustave Neimiller motored to Wil ton for repairs Tuesday morning. A large number motored to Turtle Lake Tuesday afternoon to attend the double funeral of Mr. Grof and Mr. Hoffer, who drowned at the Lcrbo lake Sunday afternoon. Both young men are well known in this neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Berg called at the Sam Berg home Friday after noon. Mr. Berg is helping his brother Sam in building a barn. Philip Wall lost his barn, harness and several pigs Sunday which was set afire by lighting. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Schaffer and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. George Barreth of Temvick were Saturday evening visitors at the John Berg home. Mr. and Mrs. Barreth returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Berg motored to Washburn Saturday on business matters. Oscar Fred and John Berg mo tored to Ecklund township to get Mr. Fred’s car Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Esslinger of Garrison visited at the Wra. Wag ner home Sunday. The Ladies’ Aid met at the Neimil ler home was well attended and a pleasant time was reported by all. Mr. and Mrs. Adolpf Wagner vis ited the Lewis Wagner home Sunday evening. Lewis Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gessele motored to Bismarck to get Grandpa Gessele, who is taking treatment at a hos pital. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wall motored to Bismarck with their son Elwin to consult a doctor. Mr. and Mrs. John Berg motored to Wilton with their daughter Aletha to consult a doctor Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bauer and fam ily visited with Mrs. Bauer’s sister, Mrs. Christ Wolf, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Schlofman of Hensal, N. D., are visiting friends and relatives in this community. ♦ I ♦ Menoken By MRS. JENNIE DANCE Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rich and daugh ter Beulah of Goodrich, N. D., spent Sunday at the R. G. Abelein home. The Boy Scouts and Campfire Girls left Saturday on a four-day tour of the North Dakota Bad Lands. There were Neil Funston, scoutmaster, Scouts Warren Baker, Marvel Seibert, Roy and Steven Funston, Gertrude Ness, Campfire guardian; Emma and Althea King, Merwin Baker. Mabel Wood, Dorothy De Groot, Eleanor and Roberta Craven and Camelle Agnew. Mr. and Mrs. Leif Blensley and son of Bismarck spent Sunday at the Otto Ayers home. Mr. and Mrs. Luverne Richardson of Moffit spent Sunday at the Park Wood home. Miss Vivian Burtage and Mrs. Ruth Burbage of Bismarck called on Mrs. R. G. Abelein Sunday afternoon. After school closed the intermediate grade teacher, Miss Ruth Kamp haugh, spent r:veral days visiting Mrs. Edward Ebeling before return ing to her home at •Hatton, N. D., where she will spend the summer. Miss Nellie Danes, student at the Valley City Normal school, spent the week-end here with her mother, Mrs. W. T. Dance. Many Mencken people attended Lismarck . igh school graduation ex ercises at the auditorium on Friday evening. Elmer Klipsteln, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Klipsteln, was among the class. Miss Maalfrid Burg finished a suc cessful term of school at Boyd No. 2 on Friday. Miss Burg will visit her sister, Mrs. R. G. Abelein, for several days before returning to her hotne at Portland, N. D. Anthan Knoll of Mandan spent Monday evening at the A. H. Klip stein home. Township election was held in the town hall Tuesday. Mrs. Carl Jacobson and daughter of Bismarck and Mrs. John Lybeck of Jamestown called at the Ayers home Thuraday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. panes and faatiDr left Thursday for points tn South Dakota. lowa and Missouri for a two weeks’ visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Eva Ely called at the George Ely home Wednesday afternoon. Miss Mildred Funston finished a successful term of school in the Regan vicinity. She returned last week to spend the summer months with her mother, Mrs. M. E. Funston. Among those who transacted busi ness in Bismarck Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Abelein, Mrs. Park Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ayers. Jay Abelein is spending several days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ishmael. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. King are moving from the R. M. Ludemann farm the King place, a half mile south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Ludemann will move onto their farm immediately. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ayers and son called at the Mrs. Allie Cook home at 801 Fifth street, Bismarck. Saturday. The Burleigh County Rural Letter Carriers association held a meeting at the Menoken picnic grounds to organize and elect new officers. O. R. Ayers of Menoken was elected presi dent, F. S. Jordan of Driscoll, secre tary and treasurer. Church services were held in the schoolhouse Sunday afternoon. The rodeo held at the Menoken picnic grounds Sunday was attended by a large crowd. Riders were “Bill’’’ Wei ton of Mandan. “Fat" Madland of McKenzie and “Copper” Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ishmael spent Sunday afternoon at the R. G. Abe lein home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ayers enter tained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Varley. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jiras and Percy Freeman, all of Bald win, and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ward and family of Driscoll. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wildes and family of Bismarck spent Sunday at the A. H. Klipstein home. Canfield By MRS. A. F. GHYLIN Rev. Monson held services at the Canfield schoolhouse Sunday. June 9, at 11:30 o'clock. Dinner guests at the A. F. Ghylin home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. James Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Gust Olson of Wing and Joe Keifer. Miss Sophie Olson, R. N., of the government hospital at Knoxville, lowa, is home spending a few weeks’ vacation. Mrs. Jim Little, Ruth and Clayton Little, Mrs. John Howe and son Ern est motored to Marion, S. D. They started Sunday morning with the in tentions of returning in a week. Ruth went down to see a doctor at Marion. The bid was let to Charles Kidd of Mandan for constructing the new three-room schoolhouse at Canfield. Construction will start immediately. Phyllis Little is visiting with her auntie, Mrs. Roy Little, during her mother’s absence. Mrs. Alvin Ghylin and sons and Burnett Jacobson were callers at the Joe Keifer home Monday afternoon. The Ladies Aid meeting that was to be held at the John Howe home Wednesday, June 12, will be postponed until a week from Wednesday be cause of Mrs. Howe’s absence. The meeting will be held Wednesday, June 19. at the John Howe home. The Canfield boys and the Regan boys played their third game of ball Friday. Regan won. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Swanson and daughter Deloris were callers at the Ira Bailey home Sunday. John Howe called at the A. F. Ghy lin home Sunday. Mrs. J. Keifer spent Sunday with her mother. There will be no Sunday school during the summer months because there will be no place to meet. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Olson spent Sun day afternoon at the A. F. Ghylin home. Mr. and Mrs. J. Moser called at the Mrs. Anna Knudson home Sunday. Those who attended the dance at Wing June 7 were Violet, Oscar and Fred Olson, Burnett Jacobson, Ern est and Lee Bailey, Guy McCoy, Joe Cook and Eugene Little. A good time was reported by all. Mrs. J. Keifer was an afternoon caller at the Ghylin home Saturday. Lewis Jorgenson spent Saturday afternoon with Virgil Little. Sophie, Violet, Oscar and Fred Ol son. Burnett Jacobson, Ernest and Dee Bailey spent Sunday afternoon at Wildwood. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ollenberger of Wilton and sons Billy and Alvin were supper guests at the A. F. Ghylin home Saturday. Doris McCoullough of Wilton and Charlotte Wilmot spent Monday night and Tuesday with Gudrun Jor dahl. ♦ i 4 The township meeting was held at the Jordahl home Tuesday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Lind sey. a baby girl. June 11. Howard and Marjorie Lindsey are staying at the C. W. Wilkenson home while their mother is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ghylin and chil dren visited at the Ole Olson home Tuesday. Temvik By BERTHA LARVICK Mr. and Mrs. Chas. De Witt and family motored to Jamestown Sunday to see L. P. Hendrix. Mrs. Seeman and three children of Linton attended the W. C. T. U. con vention Tuesday. The Hazelton band played a num ber of pieces in Temvlk Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore are the proud parents of a baby boy born Sunday, June 9th. Jake Zoller and Mable Kremer of Hazelton were overnight visitors Fri day, at the Carl Reich Jr. home. Miss Mse Chilson. who has been working at Baldwin, is home visiting her mother. Mrs. Peaeh and children are visit ing relatives and friends at Ashley. Ed Larvick and Hans Sorenson mo tored to Linton Saturday on business. ' The Misses Lenora and Emma Pfaff were visitors at the Larvick home Sunday. Mrs. De Witt and daughters and Mrs. Paulson were present at the Philmen Ladies Aid Wednesday. Mrs. Olaf Larvick, Mrs. George Naumann and Mrs. Anton Larson were collecting money in Temvik Thursday to improve the cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Stedman were guests at the later’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown home. Mrs. Davis of Aberdeen is here look ing after her farm Interests and vis iting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Will Rush of Moor head, Minnesota, visited F. A. Much ler Wednesday evening. Mrs. Yemen Stiles of Shields ar rived Sera Friday noon and visited THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE relatives and friends, returning Sun day. Mrs. Frank Foell and Mrs. Mona ham visited Mrs. Paulson Monday afternoon. Mrs. Ed Larvick has been taking care of Mrs. W. M. Moore this week. Ed Chilson, who is working near Hull, visited his wife and family Sat urday evening. Mrs. James Rush returned to Hazel ton Saturday afternoon after having been helping at the S. G. Stedman home during her mother's absence. Mrs. Pagel, Mrs. Pitcher, Mr. and Mrs. Briggs of Linton attended the W. C. T. U." convention Tuesday./ The Burkhardt family motored to Ashley Saturday. Hampton 1 By ELIZABETH KOPPY Gustav, John and Fred Joeb were Linton callers Monday, the latter having his car repaired. John Ohlhauser Sr. was shopping in Linton Monday. Math Koppy took a truckload of hogs to Hazelton Monday. Linton callers Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Lawler and children, Herman Backhaus Sr., Mrs. S. G. Busby and son Ferman, John Back* haus, John Ohlhauser Sr., Helmuth Scheirmeister and Ed. Weller. The annual school election in this district was held Tuesday, in school No. 1, Edward Kiemele and Frank Lawler running for directors. The votes were 7 to 34 in favor of Mr. Lawler. Theodore Kenschlcr and Adam Rcidlinger were at Temvlk Tuesday. Pauline Koppy spent Wednesday with her aunt, Mrs. Ed. Surber at Livona. Louis Weber was a Temvik shopper Wednesday. Among those that attended to bus iness and shopped at Linton Wednes day were John J. Renschler, Edward Kiemele. Paul Mausehund, James Herr. Earl Smith is helping Ed. Weller cultivate corn. Fred Ohlhauser had his tonsils re moved at the Wolverton h6spital at Linton. Ferman Busby motored to Bismarck Friday. Math Koppy accompanied by his uncle, Ed Surber, of Livona, motored to Bismarck Wednesday to meet the later’s daughter Edna, who came from Devils Lake where she has attended school the past year. Dewey Lawler, Merle Buck and Philip Grenz are busy hauling gravel. They all intend to erect some build ings. Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Back haus and children, Herbert, Caroline and Hilda, and Mr. and Mrs. John Backhaus and daughters attended the Lutheran Ladies Aid society at the William Gabbert home Thursday. Math Koppy called at the John Backhaus home Thursday on business. Porter Umber motored to Linton Thursday. Among those that shopped at Lin ton Friday were David Joeb Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mausehund and daughter Hazel. John Joeb, John Ohlhauser Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Gust Joeb and family. Henry Knittel was a Temvik caller Friday. Of those who called at Linton Sat urday were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mause hund. Ed. Kiemele and Steve Unger. A few of the young folks attended the dance Friday night at Temvik, and Saturday at the Cannon Ball ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Grenz and family were shopping at Hazelton Saturday evening. Edwin. Theodore and William Ren schler visited Sunday with John Ren skers. Math Koppy was a Linton caller Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Gabbert, Mrs. Katherine Backhaus. Lizzie Gohring. Rev. and Mrs. Doyle and family of Linton were Sunday callers at the Herman Backhaus home. Mrs. Emmet Perry of Gayton called in this district Monday. By MRS. F. W. GRESS Esther Herrington of Center visited last week at the Matthews and Altes homes. She left Sunday for Heaton Where she will superintend a D. V. B S Mrs. Poye Harriss entertained the Presbyterian Work club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mabel Wilson taught Mrs. Elling son’s class in D. V. B. S. several days last week. Mrs. Bell acted as assist ant in several of the rooms. A half hour general assembly was held in the gym Friday forenoon when each class gave some of the memory work learned and sang one of their songs. A program will be given by the school Sunday morning. June 16, at 10:30 at the Presbyterian church. Laura Fogderud is enjoying a two weeks’ vacation from her work in the auditor’s office. The Jamestown baseball team came to Steele Thursday afternoon and was defeated by the local team by a score of 13-2. J. J. Hochhalter was elected school director at the city school election Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Barta and Everett left Saturday for Minnesota points where they expect to visit several weeks. Howard Cunningham came down from Bismarck and visited relatives here Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Brown of Ash ley visited at the Methodist parson age Saturday afternoon. Mrs. P. D. Wood and Evelyn and Mrs. Frank Schosson made a trip to Bismarck Wednesday. The Glad Tidings quartet of the Northwestern Bible school of Minne apolis save a program in the Presby terian church Friday night. The pro gram closed with two selections by the quartet. “Child. Come Home,’’ and “I Want My Life to Tell for Jesus’’ and the benediction. Miriam Smith returned Sunday from Illinois where she spent several years teaching and attending Normal school. The new drug store building was completed last week and Mr. Yen kin moved his stock over from the First National basement and opened the new store Monday. Rev. Shirley arrived from James town Friday where he recently grad uated from Jamestown college. We understand he will reside in Steele through the summer, although he will conduct services here only on alter nate Sundays. The high school band went to Bis marck Wednesday to broadcast a program. Besides the band numbers there were solos tajr Gerald Prescott, Steele cornet; Robert Wells, flute; and Paul Gress, baritone. Gerald Prescott and Harry Sherman also played a cornet and baritone duet and Elbridge Phelps gave a short reading. Mrs. Mary Chamberlain returned Friday from Bismarck where she had been in a hospital receiving medical treatment. Clara and Dopline Wamsley, who have been attending Asbury college at Wllmore, Ky., returned to their home here Bunday. Mrs. Fred Shipley entertained the W. F. M. S. at her home Wednesday afternoon. A letter from Miss Eva Penner, a missionary to India, whom the society is helping to support, was read as a part of the program. The 4-H boys and girls of Baker and Manning townships had a picnic in the Steele park Wednesday. The Lions club will give a minstrel show in the Ideal theatre Thursday night. Mrs. John Daugherty suffered quite a severe stroke last week and is un der the care of a nurse at present. Ruth and Glen Matthews and Mrs. Commerce Calkins and children motored to Sauk Center, Minn., where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Calkins, return ing to their homes here Sunday. Mrs. DeSohn arrived this week from Glendale, Calif., is visiting at the G. A. Dieruf home. J. P. Boucher spent several days in Jamestown last week. Miss Breidjford left for her home near Grand Forks Tuesday. f Welch's Spur \ ♦ ♦ By MRS. R. M. WELCH The seeding and planting has most ly been finished in this community, although some are still sowing flax. Most of the neighbors are busy caring for their corn. Robt. Welch motored to Bismarck Monday for a barrel of distillate which he used to run his tractor with while breaking. All who have used this tractor fuel report being well pleased with the results. Distillate is much cheaper even than kerosene and does not use any more gallons per acre. Robt. Welch. Mrs. Ed Doppler and Mrs. Otto Dorman waited all Tues day afternoon for some one to come to the school election, but no one ap peared. Mrs. Doppler and Mrs. Dor man visited with Mrs. Robt. Welch while they waited. The Presbyterian ladies of this com munity expect to hold another food sale in Bismarck Saturday, June 15. Mr. Gauis, Lawrence Doppler and Mrs. John Johnson and little son were all callers at the Robt. Welch home Wednesday. Oliver Welch, assisted by his son John did some repairing on his truck this week. Ed Doppler and sons have been hauling wheat to Menoken this week. Hugh McMurrich called at the Oliver Welch and Robt. Welch homes Friday. Mr. McMurrich was on his way to Bismarck for seed flax. Miss Della Rittel spent the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rittel. Mr. Rittel has been suffering .severely with tonsilitis this week. Miss Sara Boyd is home from her school in Steele on her vacation. Mrs. Ed Doppler and son Lawrence motored to Bismarck Friday. Coyotes are doing much damage to the turkey crop in this community. Mrs. A. D. Welch lost 24 month-old turkeys in one night. Mrs. A. D. Welch, who is on the lunch committee for the Farmers Union pic nic to be held on the Menoken picnic grounds June 14, was making her rounds Friday. A nice lunch and a good time are planned and all union members are requested to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Welch and fam ily called at the A. D. Welch home Friday evening. Oliver Welch, John Welch, Law rence Doppler and Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Welch and little daughter. Mrs. Horace Dirlam and son Jimmie and Miss Margaret McMurrich were all in Bismarck Saturday. Miss Anna Ives called on Mrs. Horace Dirlam Sunday. Horace Dirlam and little son called at the Geo. Narnum home Bunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Welch and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Welch and family called at the Horace Dir lam home Sunday evening. •4 I ■4 Frances | • ■- ■ ■ -■■■■♦ By MILDRED E. DIETZMAN Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lundqulst transacted business in Bismarck Tuesday. The annual school election was held at the west Frances schoolhouse No. 2 Tuesday. Those elected were Mrs. Floyd Owen and Henry Miller. Henry Miller and son Bud trans acted business in Bismarck Tuesday. Martin Burgois delivered a cultiva tor out to the Floyd Owen farm Monday. Harvey Moffit and son Thomas of near Menoken got some seed flax from Walter Dietzman’s Tuesday, which they left there some time ago. William Kershaw went to Bismarck Tuesday to get some repairs for his tractor. John Olson did some painting for Floyd Owen Wednesday and Thurs day. Elmer Bloomqulst and son Wayne of near McKenzie were business call ers at the Elmer Lundquist home Thursday. George Eli was a supper guest at the Floyd Owen home Wednesday. Mr. abd Mrs. Walter Dietzman and daughter Mildred and son Edwin were shoppers in Bismarck Thursday. Charles McCormick and children were business callers at the home of Mrs. Mary McCormick Thursday. Mrs. J. H. Balter and daughter Pearl were callers at the Walter Dietzman home Wednesday. Melvin Hunter, a mechanical ex pert from the Preach and Welch Hardware company, overhauled Wil liam Kershaw’s tractor Wednesday. Floyd Owen and son Delvin trans acted business in Bismarck Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wedgar and son Allen of Naughton township were callers at the Elmer Lundqulst home Friday evening. Adam and Andrew Scheaur and August Nesper were out hunting coyotes Saturday. Jim and John McCormick were business callers in Bismarck Friday. Arthur Norum of Bismarck is spending the summer vacation at the William Kershaw home. Miss Tens Harms has returned Home to spend the summer months after working in Bismarck for several months. callers in wicwrHr Satur day were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lund quist, John Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller and family and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fischer and children. Mrs. George Watchel took care of Mrs. Floyd Owen Thursday night and Friday. Mrs. Owen took sick sud denly Thursday. Floyd Owen and son Louis got some seed flax from Driscoll Saturday. William McCluskey of McKenzie delivered gas out in this vicinity Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Craig and daughter Josephine visited friends at Washburn Sunday. Oscar Tenderholm and sons Ed win and Arthur were business callers at Art Fricke home Sunday. Selmar Ownas called on John Ol son Sunday. A number of folks from this vicin ity attended the dance held in the Lockwood pavilion at Menoken Sat urday night. Mr. and Mrs. Art Fricke were Sun day visitors at the W. A. - Dietzman home. Many of the folks from this vicin ity attended the rodeo held at the Menoken grove Sunday. George Watchel ground some feed for Floyd Owen Sunday. r Painted Woods ♦ ♦ By MRS. OLE LILLEF JELD Mrs. Axel Stenqulst entertained the Norwegian Lutheran ladies aid at her home Thursday afternoon. Quite a number of people attended as. it was such a nice day. Rev. and Mrs. Carl son of Washburn and Rev. and Mrs. Christ of Wilton were present. Mrs. Wm. Brown and Mrs. Fred Brown were Wilton callers Friday. Mrs. Joe Brown and Mrs. Wm. Brown called at the Fred Brown home Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Erickson called at the Andrew Nelson home Saturday afternoon. From there they went fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Elias Lillefjeld and son Gerald spent Friday evening at the Ole Lillef jeld home. Miss Minnie Bergqulst spent a few days visiting friends in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Soderquist and children called at the Ole Lillef jeld home Friday evening. Word has been received from Bob Nelson stating he is now at Butte, Montana. Arthur Damstrom visited at the Andrew Nelson home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Lillef jeld were Wilton callers Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Brown, Mrs. Fred Brown and Mrs. Ole Lillef jeld attended the Ladies Aid society at Stenquist’s Thursday. Andrew Nelson was a Wilton caller Friday. Word has been received from the Herman Hlldebrandt family that they arrived at their destination O. K. without much car trouble. Fred Mitchell Jr. is hauling mall while his father, Fred Mitchell, is on his vacation. Mrs. Charles Hannlfield and daughters visited friends in Wilton Thursday. Mrs. Oscar Backman, who has been ill at the Bismarck hospital, has re turned to her home. The Ericksons, Browns, Langs and Wadding tons of Bismarck all took their lunch and supper to Wildwood Sunday and enjoyed the day. Elias Lillef jeld and family and Ole Soderquist and family spent Sunday at the Ole Lillef jeld home. Wing 1 r By EDITH MUELLER Mrs. Fred Cumber and Edith left for Chicago, 111., Thursday for a short visit with relatives. Claude Christgau of Parshal spent the week-end at the A. E. Kopplln home. Ed Larson and family motored to Woodworth Sunday to attend the confirmation exercises held at the Lutheran church that evening. Bur nell was among those who were con firmed. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bossart spent Sunday in Mercer at the Singer home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Glanville and Bernice returned home Sunday from Oregon, where they have spent the past week visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gray and Al vin Gray were Sunday callers at the Harry Gray home. J. Horner and family and Mrs. Rone Bleth visited in Almont Sunday. Alice Stroble of Goodrich is visiting at the Dalbec home. Mr. and Mrs. John Weber Br. and Clara motored to Java, So. Dak., Fri day, returning Monday. A number of the Wing folks spent Sunday at Wildwood lake picnicking. Adolph Weber and family and John Mueller and family visited at the John Weber Jr. home Sunday. Mrs. Tollef Subey and Dona Lou spent the week-end visiting in Bis marck. Dan Tice motored to Bismarck Fri day. Doris Chenowith of Sterling is a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. R. Knowles. Raymond Lein spent the week-end at the ZX ranch with John Fields. Mrs. Estelle Mitchell and Mrs. Ed Hamlin of Bismarck called on friends in town Monday. Sophie Olson of Knoxville, la., spent several days last week at the Jim Olson home, here, en route to her home in Canfield. Reynold Spitzer and wife were callers at the Dalbec home Sunday. Mrs. Isadora Kremenetsky and daughter were capital city Shoppers Friday. Gladys Lein returned home from Regan one day last week. She has been attending school there the past term. A. L. Chenowith and family of Sterling visited at the John Knowles home one night last week. Genevieve Kilts and Mrs. Horn of Seattle. Wash., spent several days visiting with their brother Jay Kilts at the O. H. Steve home. Harry Smith is spending this week with Willard Hanson in Bismarck. Mr. and !tr». Harrison Rogers are the parents of twin boys, born to them Monday, at a Bismarck hospital. Melvin Mutchler of Bismarck is vis iting friends here and in Arena. Ema Enockson left for her home in Makoti Sunday. She has been a guest at the A. L. Davis home the past month. Alice Bond is staying in Bismarck this week. Wallace and Bertel Anderson re turned from Jamestown college one day last week where they have been students durinj the past year, to spend their summer vacation with their parents, Mr .and Mrs. Geo. An derson. The sacred concert given by the combined choirs from Wilton. Still SdW ss at the Wing hall Monday evening was enjoyed by a very large audience. Mr. and M-s. John Weber were capital city shoppers Tuesday. Mrs. William Rath has as her guest this week, her sister from Montana. O. A. Hubbell, John Mueller, Fred Plines and Wm. Josephson motored to Bismarck Tuesday to attend the North Dakota Cream and Produce Buyers association meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Wolf were Wing shoppers Tuesday. V. P. Heaton of Steele was a busi ness visitor her; this week. Clara Mueller is, assisting at the hotel. A Children’s day program was given at the church Sunday morning. I Alta l ♦—- , + By KARL SCHATZ Mr. and Mrs. John Stroh and Su san Schats transacated business in Wilton Monday. John Pool of New Salem visited with Laurits Adams Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hochhalter spent Wednesday at the H. Schafer home. Gus Schatz has been busy breaking land for Geo. Hecker the past week. Gerald Jones and Laurits Adams made a business trip to Bismarck Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schatz and daughter Esther were McClusky shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dixon and children drove to Bismarck Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Btroh and chil dren visited at the H. Schatz home Thursday evening. The Busy Bees Sewing club held its meeting at the Brackett home Thursday afternoon. Most of the time was spent in sewing dresses and towels. The next meeting will be held at the Brown home the 20th of June Mrs. Reed and daughters, who have been visiting at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, left for her home in Illinois Friday. Hank Schatz transacted business in McClusky Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hochhalter were shoppers at/the capital city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schatz and Mrs. John Schatz of near Washburn, visited at the Schatz farms Wednes day. The Pickardvllle and McClusky Le gion baseball teams played a game at Pickardvllle Friday evening. The score was 20 to 10 in favor of Pick ardville. Pauline Schatz spent Friday eve ning and Saturday with her cousin. Susan Schatz. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bender and daughter spent Sunday at the Fred Bender home. The Ness family spent Saturday evening at Brush Lake. Mr. and Mrs. John Stroh and Mrs. H. Schatz and son Hank drove to Jamestown Saturday and were ac companied back by Henry Schatz, Sr., who has spent the past three years at the hospital in Jamestown. Mr. and Mrs. C. Witemann and son and daughter of near Pickardvllle spent Sunday afternoon at the Schats residence. Eddie Johnson and Alvin Brackett spent Sunday with Emanuel and Ben Schatz. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hochhalter were McClusky shoppers Saturday. Thofield Schatz spent Bunday eve ning visiting at the Anderson home Mr. and Mrs. John Blother and children spent Sunday at the Schaf fer residence. Charles Schatz and several other young folks from McClusky called at the Schatz home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stroh, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. H. Schatz visited with Mr. and Mrs. Karl Schatz Sunday evening. I Lein 1 ♦ 4 By OLGA M. RISE Mrs. John Birkeland and rfsughfur Gale spent Thursday forenoon at the Harry Helgeson home. Ed. Nygaard, who has been em ployed at Regan for some time, re turned home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hedstrom and daughter Lenora, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Erickson and son Roy of Trygg township spent Wednesday evening at the B. N. Lein home. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Lien and family also Alvin and Edvin Lien from Min nesota spent Thursday evening at the Alfred Arneson home. Alfred Arneson and Stuart Sever son left Sunday morning for Beach. N. D., where they went after some property for Mr. Severson. They are making the trip in Mr. Arneson’s truck. Ed Jenkins and Olga Rise spent Thursday evening at the Harry Hel geson home. Clifford Birkeland left Wednesday morning for a two weeks’ visit with his sister, Mrs. Vic. Pardon at Eldridge, N. D. Arnold Christianson, who is work ing east of Driscoll, spent Sunday at his home. Dagmar Rosvold, Valdis Knudson of Driscoll and Francis Ladson of Wing are staying at the Geo. Christianson home while attending parochial school and Melvin Erickson and Lawrence Olson of Trygg township at the B. N. Lein home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helgeson spent Sunday evening at Harold Christian son’s home. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Rise and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Brenden and son Kenneth spent Sunday evening at the P. H. Klucksdahl home. Eddie Arneson, who has been dig ging rock south of Driscoll returned home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Halvorson spent Thursday afternoon at J. O. Rise’s. Selma Rise is at the present em ployed at the B. F. Paslay home. Ole Spllde, son Einar, and Ole Vick motored to Driscoll Monday. Ed Nygaard. John O. Rise and W. E. Titus delivered cattle and hoxs to Driscoll Menda *. The Luther League meets in the church basement Sunday. June 16. at 3 o’clock. There will be Norwegian services after the Luther League meeting. w Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Arneson, Qige Rise and Ed Jenkins spent Sunday evening at the Ed hww near Wing. Selma Rise spent Saturday evening and Sunday with Mabel Jacobson at Wing. Mr. and Mrs. John and daughter Gale spent Sunday evening at the Harry Helgeson home. MORE 4-H CLUB MEMBERS Washington—(Ab— Roys and girls " cjgbu numbered 47,000 more P. than in the previous, year. .Advance figures indicate 447,000 of the more than' 600,000 members (completed dub projects.