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NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS
f Burnt Creek
By MRS. JULIUS ANDAHL
Harold Svaren spent Sunday night
at the P. C. Klawitter home.
P. C. Klawitter called on Julius
Andahl Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ployd Paris, Mr. and
Mrs. Vat Steiner, called on Mrs.
Bidwell Tuesday evening to help her
celebrated her birthday. A light lunch
was srved before the guests depart
ed
i/. C. SJawitter and son Paul were
business shoppers in Bismarck Tucs
day*
Mrs. Herman Worst and daughters
were business callers in Bismarck
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Andahl and
son Floyd were business callers in
Bismarck and Mandan Tuesday.
Ilarry Schonert and Harold Svar
cn were business callers in Bis
marck Thursday, as was also Wm.
Morris.
Walter Paul was a business caller
in Bismarck Tuesday.
Mrs. Lcnmhan and Raymond were
business callers in Bismarck Thurs
day* .. . . . _
Among those to v»sit the F. C.
Klawitter home Sunday wore Art
Lcrnihnn and family. Goo. Schonert
and family, Mr. Lennihan and Ray
mond. .Tames, Longmuir and Grant
Andahl, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mon-ia
and daughter Rosemary and son Ro
bert. and baby.
Miss Lucile Milman was a business
caller in Bismarck Saturday.
Matt Andahl and daughter Aldvth
wore shopping in Bismanrk Saturday.
Helmer.' Floyd and Gilbert Andahl
were calling on John Malony Satur
day evening.
The Burnt Creek township meet
ing will be held in school house No.
2, March 18.
Farmers Union meeting will meet
at the Flovd Paris home, March 19
at 2 o’clock in the afternoon.
Mrs. Bidwell spent Thursday with
Mrs. Flovd Paris and Mrs. Val Stein
er called in the afternoon.
Albert Bourgois called at the
Flovd Paris home Sunday.
Wm. Schonert was a business call
er in Bismarck Saturday.
Frances
By MRS. WALTER DIETZMAN
Joe Fisher and Paul Carlson vis
ited at the Carlson home Monday.
Those from this vicinity who
transac 'd business in Bismarck
Tuesday were Joe Fisher, Paul Carl
son. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dietzman.
Win. Kershaw and Cedric Craig
were callers in Menokcn and also in
McKenzie Tuesday.
Cedric Craig was a caller at the
Floyd Owen home Monday after.-
noon. . , __
Mr. and Mrs. Kershaw, also Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Fisher and family,
were shoppers in Bismarck Wed
nesday. . , '
Harry Smith and Selmer Ownas
called on John Olsen Wednesday.
Floyd Owen and son Delvin, Roy
Rooker. Mr. and Mrs. Searnen Gib
son, Mrs. Elmer Lunquist visited at
the Walter Dietzman home Wednes
day. . .
Walter Dietzman and son Edwin
and Seamen Gibson called on John
• Olscsn Wednesday evening.
The Four Leaf Clover Home Mak
ers’ club mot at the home of Mrs.
Lawrence Madland. Thursday. Tne
women entertained their husbands to
a pot-luck dinner. After dinner the
men played whist, while the women
held a special business meeting.
Mrs. Owen gave a talk on incubator
chicks and also about cleaning walls.
The club also had a miscellaneous
. shower for Mrs. S. E. Gibson, form
erly Miss Mildred Dietzman, secre
tary *nd treasurer of the club and
a’.o a shower for Mrs. John Glum, j
Joe Fisher took in the Pearson]
talc near McKenzie Thursday. ]
John Olsen went to Bismarck on |
business Thursday. . I
Peter Davidson was a caller in;
; McKenzie Thursday. j
*i > Lawrence Madland was laid up ,
7 • with a lame back for several days.
‘ Anton Fisher brought his wife and
baby daughter home from the hos
pital at Bismarck Thursday.
Miss Evelette Tooker visited at
. the George Whitted home from
> . Thursday morning until Friday noon,
i Ccdic Craig, Arthur Kershaw and
Carry Johnson, Jr., went to Bismarck
• Friday evening. Miss Esther Ker
• thaw returned home with them.
Floyd Owen went to Bismarck on
■ business Friday. ,
‘ Anton Fisher went after his son
Gordon, Friday, who has been stay
‘ ing with his grandparents, Mr. and
• Mrs. John Olson near Regan, while
Mrs. Fisher was in the hospital.
Mrs. Melvin Agnew and daughter
„ ’ Orpha visited at the Owen home
Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Owen spent
Saturday evening at the Tooker
home.
Mis 3 Edith Olson spent the week
• end at the Joe Fisher home.
John Olsen.was a caller at the
Owen home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fisher and fam
ily visited with Mrs. Fisher’s par
ents Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen and baby vis
ited at the Dietzman' home Sunday
; afternoon.
Miss Esther Kershaw spent the
■ week-end at home, returning to Bis
marck Sunday afternoon.
Edwin Ditezman visited with the
Tooker boys Sunday afternoon.
Ralph Tooker spent Friday after
• noon at the Owen home.
Mrs. Tooker was a shopper in Bis
marck Friday.
f Menoken
By MRS. DANCE ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kittleson vis
ited at the R. G. Abeleinhome Mon
day afternoon en route to their
home at Aneta, N. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grantham of
Ohio are now visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ishmael. Mr.
and Mrs. Grantham made the trip by
car and expect to make their home
in Bismarck iii the future.
• Mrs. A. C. Dance entertained the
Menoken Homemakers club Thurs
day afternoon. Eight members wore
present and the work taken up was
the fitting of the guide pattern. A
luncheon was served by the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ebling were
transacting business in Bismarck
Friday. Owing to bad roads they
broke their car on the return trip
and had to have a truck pull their
car home.
Richard Salter motored to Bis
marck Friday.
Mrs. R. M. Ludemann, Mrs. R. G.
Abelein and Mrs. A. C. Dance were
visiting at the home of Mrs. Otto
Ayers Thursday. Bridge was played
during the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.
R. G. Abelein and family, Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Dance and family were
entertained to six o’clock dinner by
Mr. and Mrs. Ayers.
Pat Madlin has moved on the farm
recently vacated by the George
Young family. Mr. and Mrs. Young
have moved southwest of here near
the Missouri river.
R. M. Ludemann motored to Dris
coll on business Friday and Satur
day.
A dance was held at the town hall
Saturday night with quite a large
crowd attending.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Norlin, Mr. and
Mrs. R. G. Alebein were visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrss. Ernest
Burbage of Bismarck Monday cve
ning.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dance and chil
dren were supper guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Dobson in Bismarck Mon
day.
A meeting of the Mcnoken Ladies’
Aid was held at the home of Mrs.
Ed. Ebeling Thursday afternoon.
Five members were present. A
luncheon was served by Mrs. Ebe
ling. It was decided to postpone the
oyster supper to be given- Friday
evening by the ladies of the aid un
til Friday March 21. The supper will
be served at the town hall. Pie and
sandwiches will also be served.
Miss Nellie Dance who is teaching
near Edgeley, N. D., spent Saturday
and Sunday visiting her mother, Mrs.
Laura Dance.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Abeling and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Lee of Bismarck, Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson and
family were shopping in Bismarck
Satruday.
Mrs. A. H. Klepstcin has been on
the sick list. Mrs. Klepstcin has
spent the week with her daughter,
Mis 3 Alice, in Bismarck. Mr. Klep
stein motored to Bismarck Sunday,
spending the day.
Mrs. Warren Clizbe and son Ger
ald Warren of McKenzie visited at
the D. J. Warren home Saturday and
Sunday. Mrs. Ciizbc is leaving to
join Mr. Ciizbc in Wayne, Nebraska,
where they are going to make their
future home.
| Lyman
*
By S. GI’LDEN
The anti-tobacco club met at Henry
Ingels Saturday evening, all members
were present. A delicious lunch was
served at midnight.
Miss Myrlc Hudson was a supper
guest at John XJyldens Monday eve
ning.
Walter Ojanen and Arthur Antilla
were business callers at Gust Eck
holnis Sunday.
Josie Olson was a business caller at
Myrle Hudson's Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Elison were trans
acting business In Wing Saturday.
Sula and Eino Eckholm, Myrlc
Hudson. Wayne Inget, Jack Gylden
and Edwin Olson, were skating at
John Gylden's Sunday.
Arne Antalla was a caller at Wm.
Wanttaja and John Gylden homes
Saturday.
Edwin Olson and Sevcrt Gylden
spent Friday evening at Dave Joseph
son’s.
Mis. Albert Antilla who has been
spending a few days with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Walter Ojanen, returned
home Sunday.
Mrs. John Gylden and daughter
Sallie and son Sergle, Mrs. Dave
Josephson and son Clifford and Syl
via Eckholm. visited at the Gust Eck
holm home Sunday afternoon.
Eino Eckholm and Arne Antilla
were Wing callers Thursday.
Josie Olson has been assisting Mrs.
Wm. Wanttaja with the work for a
few days.
Bigrud Dronen was a business caller
at John Gylden’s Sunday evening.
Sylvia and Sever! Eckholm, Mr. and
Mrs. Dave Josephson and son Clifford,
were callers at John Gylden’s Sunday.
John Waiste and daughter Nina
and son Walter were Wing callers
Saturday.
f Little Knife 1
BY MRS. A. BIERIG
Geo. Martin and brother Fred and
wife motored to their parents’ home
on Sunday to spend the day.
- Arthur Bierig motored to Hebron
on Monday and made the round trip
just fine. Mike Bcch accompanied
him.
Matt Baseflue and Fred Helspar
motored to Rlchardton on Monday,
and got back as far as Renner’s on.
Tuesday with their car. They had to
leave it, and finish their journey
home by a team and wagon.
Mr. and Mr 3, Steve Kraft arc the
proud parents of a baby girl who ar
rived at their home on Saturday.
Joe Maerschbeker had the misfor
tune to strip the'gears in his car on
Friday evening on their way to the
Skye light hard .time party, and
Fred Slvert’s had the misfortune of
breaking a wheel off his car. Plenty of
other car troubles happened the same
night, all due to the bad roads.
Miss Bertha Schneider is spending
the week visiting relatives and friends
at Hebron.
Maxie Lehmann who went to Het
tinger on Saturday after his wife and
children and arrived at his father’s
home on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schneider and
daughter Bertha, also Miss Palmer
drove over to the L. R. Woolery home
Sunday evening where they enjoyed
me evening playing cards.
Steve Kraft and children have been
quite sick with the flu the past week.
Mrs. Arthur Bierlg called at the
Fred Martin home on Monday after
noon. «
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bierlg drove
over to the Joe Maerschbeker heme
on Tuesday afternoon.
Arthur Bicrig and Joe Maerschbe
kcr drove to Marshall on Friday.
Everett. Doliver who has been
spending the winter months at Chi-
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THE BIS
cago, 111., returned home on Sunday
where he will assist his brother Ross
with the spring work.
Just a few families gathered at the
Skye Light on Tuesday evening to
attend the last dance before Lent.
Mrs. Doliver and sons, Everett and
Ross, rode horseback to the Jess
Diteviler home on Saturday after
noon. They also visited at the Mas
sey home during the evening. Mrs.
Doliver’s brother Lowel of Chicago is
visiting with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Massey.
f Braddock j
By MRS. E. F. SAVAGE
The Ladles Aid of the M. E. church
will meet at the home of Mrs. Henry
Sorem Thursday afternoon, March 13.
Services were held in the Catholic
church here Sunday morning.
Mrs. M. Fetterley, who was quite ill
several days this week, is able to be
around
Misses Ellis and Sundell of the High
school staff were week-end guests at
the H. P. Albright home.
Mrs. A. R. Button and little niece,
Marcella Holme, were passengers to
New Salem Friday afternoon for sev
eral days’ visit with Mr. Button’s
slser. Mrs. Ed. Tempel and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wetzel drove to
Braddock from Wishek Saturday and
arc guests with Mrs. Wetzel’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Weber of the Cen
tral hotel.
Messers J. A. Shepard and Clyde
Smith autoed to Hazelton Thursday
on business.
Messers O. R. Bauer and Elroy
Johnson motored, to the Chas. Pear
son home Saturday and spent the
day.
George Shepard, county commis
sioner of Hazelton was a Braddock
caller Saturday.
E. E. Lesher of Kintyre was a
Braddock caller Wednesday.
The Men's club met Tuesday eve
ning with not as large an attendance
as usual.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Anderson were
passengers to Bismarck Wednesday
returning home Saturday.
Miss Mary Feyereisen came down
from Bismarck Monday to spend the
week with her bereaved mother, Mrs.
M. Feyereisen.
Mrs. J. I. Shepard and Mrs. Carl
Spltzer were between train visitors
Saturday with relatives and friends
at Napoleon.
Tom Marx, manager of the Stand
ard Oil company in Braddock was a
passenger to Bismarck Monday to at
tend a convention of the agents of
that company held in the city. He
returned home Wednesday.
Mrs. Maude Miller of Annabel, Mo.,
and Mrs. Stephen Kvien of Gackle,
who were here to attend the funeral
of Mrs. Emma Lamm, left Thursday
afternoon for their respective homes, j
While here they were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Albright.
The members of the Woodman
Circle met in session Thursday eve
ning with 21 members in attendance.
A letter was read from District Man
ager Prank Femald announcing his
intention to be here March 20. This
is a very important meeting and wc
trust that all members who can will be
present. Arrangements arc being
made for a short program after which
a lunch will be served to which the
members of the Braddock W. O. W.
will be invited. At the close of the
business a lunch was served by Mes
dames Bower and Koenig.
Mrs. J. C. Becker, Mrs. Wm. Robin
son and Mrs. John Schaefer were
passengers to Linton Wednesday to
attend the axamination for widows’
pensions before the county commis
sioners. They returned home Friday.
Rev. O. Kinzler was a passenger
down from Moffit Wednesday and
preached in the M< E. church that
same evening returning home Thurs
day afternoon. Services were again
held Sunday evening and will con
tinue so until further notice.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Baxter and
family visited Sunday afternoon at
the Leo Dailey home.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sorem were
Sunday dinner guests at the home of
their daughter, Mrs. Harry Reaman
and family.
Taft
By FLORENCE B. GOSNEY
W. E. Runey was in town Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Carrol of Moffit
visited at the John Benz home Tues
day evening.
M. L. Lewis was a Sterling caller
Monday.
Mrs. Herman Nieman spent from
Tuesday until Thursday with her
mother in Mandan.
E. L. Hurr and daughter Ida were
town callers Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jessen and
Loretta Jacobson were Bismarck
callers Wednesday.
Mrs. George Lewis called at the
Swindling home Tuesday evening.
Mrs. John Baker and son James
were Bismarck callers Tuesday.
Johnny Baker, who has been working
in Bismarck for some time returned
with them to spend a few days at
home.
Mrs. Johnson and son William were
Sterling callers Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Carrol called
at the John Baker home Tuesday eve
ning. *
Mr. end Mrs. Max Lang and Mrs.
Etwii Lang’s sister and children of
Minnesota, who have been visiting her
for some' time visited at the Charley
Anderson home Wednesday.
Elliot Nelson visited at the John
Baker home Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Presley Gosney vis
ited at the Selma Drystad home
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis called
at me Charley Anderson home Wed
nesday. -*
Mrs. Laverne Richardson spent
Thursday at the Henry Jessen home.
Anton Oberg was in town Thursday.
Mrs. John Baker and Ann Hayes
entertained a number of friends at the
Baker home Friday evening. A nice
lunch was served at midnight.
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Johnson visited
at the John Bens home Friday.
Guy Lewis spent Friday night at
the Charley An<£rson home.
Ed Fogarty spent Thursday night
in Bismarck returning home Friday.
The Roy Turner family spent Sat
urday evening at the Herman Nieman
home.
Quite a few from here attended
the sale at the Pearson home Thurs
day.
Bob Sharp called at the John Benz
boms Friday.
Anton Oberg was in town Friday.
Mrs. George Lewis visited at the
Selmar Dyrstad home Saturday
rftemoon.
Miss Enunn Heyes spent. Friday
night and Saturday with Ann Hayes.
ARCK TRIBUNE.
Miss Helen Swindling, who attends
Driscoll high school spent the week
end at her home.
Wilbert Koon spent Saturday night
and Sunday at the Gosney home.
Herman Nieman and Elliot Nelson
were town callers Monday.
The Roy Maker family visited at
the John Baker home Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Swindling spent Sun
day at the Henry Swindling home.
Mrs. Ed Fogarty spent Sunday
afternoon at the Elsus Elness home
in Sterling.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Gosney and
Mr. and Mrs. Selmar Dyrstad spent
Sunday afternoon at the Max Lang
home.
Elliot Nelson spent Saturday after
noon at the John Benz home
Edna Gosney spent Sunday after
noon with Velma Dyrstad.
Mrs. John Baker and James and
Johnny spent Saturday night at the
Floyd Belk home.
Miss Florence Gosney spent Sunday
with Lucille Elness.
Misses Ann and Emma Hayes
spent Saturday afternoon at the John
Benz home.
Charley Anderson accompanied Guy
Lewis to Moffit Friday.
Don’t forget P. T. A. meeting in
Sterling schoolhouse Thursday eve
ning, March 20th. A good program
assured and there will also be election
of officers.
Quite a few from here attended the
surprise party on Mrs. Theron Elli
son Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Burns Eailey and
family visited at the Henry Olson
home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Olson and
family visited at the King home Sun
day.
Regan
By BURDELLA B. HELGESON
The Congregational Ladies* Aid
will meet at the S. Rupp home on
March 19th.
The snow plow opened the roads
between Regan and Wilton last
week.
F. Urbach was called to Frazet
Minnesota, last week by the serious
illness of his father.
W. B. Richardson, Sr., is the guest
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
A. L. Games.
The Misses Irene Malsby, Anne
Regnier and Mrs. L. Hopkins were
guests at the A. H. Helgeson home
on Friday evening.
O. Tyberg is a patient at the N.
P. hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Mrs. J. Worden called at the F.
L. Hendrickson home on Saturday
afternoon.
Mrs. L. Stalks of Wilton was a
passenger to Regan on Saturday af
ternoon.
Rev. Os ter left for Minneapolis
on Satruday afternoon where lie will
attend a Pcntacostal conference. He
expects to be gone throe weeks.
A. L. Games transacted business
matters in Bismarck last week.
The special meeting planned by
County Agent, A, R. Meiscn, had to
be postponed on account of the im
passable roads. The date set for
Regan is March 15th. The meeting
will be held in the Legfion Hall.
Many topics of interest and value to
the farmer will be discussed.
| McKenzie 1
• -♦
By MRS. T. T. HUGHES
The local P. T. A. met in the school
house Tuesday night with a good at
tendance. After the business meeting
a program was enjoyed, and refresh
ments were served by Mrs. W. L. Wat
son.
Those from here who were Bismarck
callers Tuesday were, Mr. and Mrs.
George Watson, Wm. McCloskey, R.
D. Crum. N. J. Struwing, O. W. Gil
bert, L. E. Heaton, sr., and John Betz.
H. T. Crum of Bismarck was a Mc-
Kenzie caller Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. N. J. Struwing spent Wednes
day visiting Mrs. H. F. Pearson.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hambler were
Thursday visitors at the G. R. Wat
son home.
W. A. Rodgers of Bismarck was a
dinner guest at the George Manly
home Thursday.
Mrs. A. Dow and Mrs. W. W. Miller
called on Mrs. E. Conley Tuesday aft
ernoon.
Mrs. Cora Paul of Bismarck visited
her daughter, Mrs. O. W. Gilbert on
Thursday.
The H. F. Pearson sale which was
held Thursday was quite well attend
ed.
Buddie Hughes spent Saturday
night with Merlin Wildfang.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Manly of Bis
marck were visitors at the George
Manly home over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Adams were
shoppers in Bismarck Saturday.
Miss Arab Thompson who teaches
near Wing spent the week-end here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Thompson.
Isabelle Colby and Mrs. M. A. John
son were in Bismarck Friday having
dental work done.
Mrs. N. J. Struwing, Mrs. George
Hughes and Mrs. H. Larston, enter
tained at a farewell party in the hall
Saturday night in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. H. F. Pearson, who are moving
to Bismarck. Ten tables of whist
were in play throughout the evening.
High prizes were won by Wendell
Drawver and Mrs. W. W. Miller, con
solation prizes went to Louise Leath
ers and Mrs. T. T. Hughes. After the
close of the games refreshments were
served by the hostesses, after which
dancing was enjoyed:
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Hughes visited
Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Bailey of near
Bismarck Sunday afternoon.
Wendell Drawver spent Saturday
at the Henry Larson home.
f Christiania I
By VIOLET A. CLARKE
Adolph Bassen called on Dan Wal
mon Wednesday.
Mrs. Jennie Clarke and Miss Violet
called at the Elder Elness home
Wednesday for water as their well Is
out of order.
Lawrence Mork called at Mrs. Wil
liam Clark’s home Wednesday eve
ning.
Delphlne Bassen is back in school
again after being absent during the
winter on account of her operation.
J. R. Johnson was a Sterling call
er Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elder Elness have
now with them the little son of Mrs.
EJners sister of Morango, N. D., who
'passed away a few weeks ago, leaving
five small child ten.
Mrs. Jennie Clarke and Miss Violet
visited at the Ed Schmlelkings home
Sunday.
Elder Elness drove to Sterling
Thursday.
Johnney Hansen visited at the Ed
Schmldkings home Sunday.
Adolph Bassen called at Mrs. Jen*
nie Clarke’s home Wednesday.
Mrs. John Steegs of Driscoll spent
a few days with her brother Henry
Olson.
Eli Harding was a Sterling caller
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Seamon Gibson visit
ed at the Walter Deisyman’s home
Wednesday.
Ed Gibson was a Sterling caller
Tuesday.
Glen Elness and Ted Lee of Sterl
ing was out to Elder Elness home
Sunday to get a car which Glen left
there some time ago.
Frank Klrshaw was a Sterling call
er Friday.
Lester Clark called at the Tyler
Johnson’s home Monday.
Ed Smith was a Sterling caller
Tuesday.
J. R. Johnson was a Sterling call
er Monday.
Mrs. Jennie Clarke and Miss Vio
let stopped at the Tyler Johnson’s
home Monday on their way to Sterl
ing.
| Painted Woods |
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BY MRS. OLE LILLEFJELD
Anton Nelson called on Dave Boot
Friday.
Lester Brown has been hauling
wood from Joe Brostrom’s this week.
Frank Johnson has been working at
Wm. Brown’s this week.
Anton Nelson, who has resided in
Chicago for the past two and a half
years, returned to the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nel
son. Tuesday. Anton expects to stay
home all summer.
Rhoda Fossum, who has been stay
ing at the Ole Lillefjeld home for
some time, left for her home at Bis
marck Saturday.
Lester Brown and Frank Johnson
called on Anton Nelson Wednesday
evening.
Having worked a few weeks at the
Andrew Nelson home. Edwin Lillefjeld
returned to Wilton Saturday.
Mrs. Joe Brown and baby and Anne
Bloom spent Monday afternoon at the
Wm. Brown home.
Anton Nelson visited at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Lillefjeld’s Wed
nesday.
Iver Erickson was a Wilton caller
Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown and Wal
ter Waddington were Wilton visitors
Tuesday.
Alvin Lange and son Leonard took
some hogs to Wilton Tuesday. They
also called at Wm. Brown’s home on
their way back.
Joe Brown had a load of feed
ground at Wilton Friday.
Edwin Lillefjeld called at the Ole
Lillif jeld home Friday evening.
Baldwin
By FLORENCE BORNER
John L. Monroe was an overnight
business caller in the Capitol City
Thursday returning home Friday
morning on the train.
E. E. Strandemo has returned home
from a brief business trip to Bismarck
and vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wood returned
home from a several months visit
with relatives in Pennsylvania Fri
day. En route home they spent some
time with relatives in Minnesota and
other points.
Mrs. Ralph Fricke left Friday
morning for Bismarck where she will
spend about two weeks with her
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Nelson. A baby boy ar
rived at the Nelson home Friday
morning. Mother and baby are re
cuperating nicely. Mrs. Nelson is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hilken
of this community.
Willie Borner Jr. of Arnold enroll
ed in the Baldwin schools Monday
and makes his home with his grand
mother, Mrs. Matilda Baumgart dur
ing the school week.
The Crofte Star Homemakers club
will meet at the home of Mrs. Walter
Ryberg on Wednesday afternoon. The
members of the club plan on resum
ing work on the patterns which they
have been making during these meet
ings. Lunch will be served by the
hostess.
Mrs. Claus Carmcr of Clearbrook,
Minnesota is spending some time
with local friends and relatives before
returning home. She was called here
by the death of her father, John
Rupp, pioneer resident of Baldwin
who died last Saturday.
Mrs. G. G. Rupp and little daugh
ter, Dolores visited at the Richard
Borner home Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Alvin Nordstrom spent the
latter part of the week with relatives
in Bismarck returning home Sunday
afternoon. She was accompanied by
her little daughter. Iva May.
Miss Ella Funston spent the week
end at her home in Menoken, return
ing to resume her school teaching
cast of town.
Martin Bourgois of Bismarck was
here Wednesday on tC business mis
sion.
J. S. Fevold of Bismarck was seen
in our midst the fore part of the
week. He and his family formerly
resided here.
Ralph Ficke. Richard Borner and
Mrs. J. C. Hilken motored to the
Capital City on business Thursday.
The Heck family, who have been
residing on the Hooper farm three
mile 3 east of here for two years are
planning on moving to a farm own
ed by Martin Bourgois in the Trygg
community.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Falkenstein
and infant son, Leslie Wayne of Btill
were recent guests at the home of Mr.
Falkenstein’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. J. Falkenstein.
Jack and Arthur Lenlhan were in
Bismarck Thursday attending to legal
matters pertaining to the estate left
by their father who died some yean
ago.
Mrs. Wayne Cummings spent the
fore part of the week with relatives
in Washburn.
J. B. Racek of Mandan was a recent
visitor at his farm south of here near
Arnold. »
Merl and Clair Weise are working
for Francis Jasskiowack in Bismarck.
Clyde Monrcr who is working on a
farm near Bismarck was called here
by the death of his grandfather, John
Rupp.
Mr. and Mrs. Bigmund Rupp of Re
gan were recent visitors at the home
of local relatives.
Ernest Rupp motored to Bismarck
Friday after his sister Emma who at
tends high school there and who spent
the week-end at home..
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Albin Thy
r.ell will be interested in hearing of
the recent marriage of their eldest
daughter, Miss Marian Thyaell to a
young man of Bismarck. The Thy
sell family are former residents of
the Baldwin community.
Eng Tuft of Weyburn, Sask. was
greeting old friends in our commun
ity a few days ago.
Miss Elisabeth Risch who has been
visiting with the Raymond Burkhart
family has returned home.
Local friends of Burleigh Small
will be interested in knowing he re
cently opened a pool hall in Bismarck.
Lester Falkenstein was a recent
business caller in the Capital City.
Eric Albertson who has been a resi
dent of our community for a number
of years has rented his farm two
miles west of town and moved to Bis
marck where he will make his home
with his son.
Mrs. J. C. Hilken of Ecklund spent
several days of the past week visiting
with friends and relatives in the
Baldwin community.
Miss Betty Erstrom spent the past
week at the home of her uncle, E. S.
Thompson in Wilton.
Edmund Rupp, who has been as
sociated with his brother Fred in the
merchantlle business in Baldwin for
several years is compelled to give up
inside work on account of poor health.
f Clear Lake
By MYRTLE CHRISTENSEN
Tom Finn, who has been in Minne
sota the past winter, returned here
Wednesday. Mr. Finn intends to settle
on his farm about six miles north of
Driscoll for the summer. At present
he is stopping with his brother-in- j
law, Warren Keeler.
Mrs. H. Holten spent Wednesday
afternoon visiting with her sister,
Mrs. Will Stiles, and family.
Those who attended the township
meeting at Bismarck Thursday were
Christ Schoon and daughter Tillie,
Joe Paulsen, Alfred Olson, Nels Dro
nen, Paul Paslay and Olaf Olson.
Mrs. Will Stiles and family visited
with Mrs. Henry Olson Friday after
noon.
J. E. Sharp and John Choppen
called at the Albert Christensen farm
Friday and purchased some turkey
hens.
Tom Finn and Allen Morse were |
callers at the Albert Christensen farm I
Friday. I
Miss Evelyn Thomas spent Saturday
in Bismarck. 1
Cecile Ambers spent the week-end |
with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. j
A. Ambers.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christensen j
and daughter, of Lein township, were
Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. j
Christensen's mother, Mrs. Marie i
Olausen. j
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson enjoyed
a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Burns j
Bailey and family, of Moffit, Sunday, j
Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Ornetsen!
spent Sunday at the M. A. Lein home.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Olson called on
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Barkman Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paulsen enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Christ Schoon
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Han
sen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Bassen and family at dinner Sunday.
Mrs. C. Kotuba. who has been vis
iting with her son Frank and family
at Sauk Center, Minn., the past few
months, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beyer were Ster
ling visitors Sunday. They brought
their little granddaughter, Carline
Bej'er, home with them.
Mr. and Mrs, Bennie Hansen and
family, of Kidder county, were Sunday
visitors at the Ole Newland home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Newland and fam
ily and Chalven Belile spent Sunday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ol
son.
Mr. and Mrs. Alden Nelsen and
daughter Ruth called on Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Orne Sunday.
Bob and Mrs. Will Stills and chil
dren spent Sunday with Mrs. Stiles’
sister, Mrs. Holten. and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Nelsen and
family called on Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Hargrave Sunday.
H. A. Smith and son Roy motored
to Steele Monday.
Peter Klucksdahl and sons Marven
and John were business callers at Bis
marck Monday.
Brittin |
By NORA ALLENSWORTH
Miss Ruth Harth, teacher of Teller
school No. 2, spent the week-end at
the Allcnsworth home.
Ida Johnson is spending a few days
In Sterling at the home of her aunt,
Mrs. Frank King.
Miss Ellen Crawford of Bismarck
spent last Saturday at the Allens
worth home.
Little Roberta Reid, who has been
suffering with an injured ankle is
again able to attend school.
Mrs. Clifton Kimbal has been on
the sick list, but is feeling better now.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blount are the
parents of a baby girl.
Mr. and Mrs. John Reis are the
parents of a little son.
The Brittin Homemakers were en
tertained by Mrs. Frank Buckley at
the Elvin Hoover home. Nearly all
members were present although sev
eral living at distance were unable to
come on account of snow. The next
meeting will be held at the home of
Mrs. Orrin Dutton.
J. J. Lamb, who has been spending
the winter in Sterling, has returned
to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ed
Allensworth.
Ed Allensworth is suffering from an
attack of quinsey,
Owing to badly drifted roads the
local mail carrier was unable to make
all of his route last Saturday. This
is the first time he has failed to make
his route since it was established
three years ago.
Charles Dutton and small sister
“Becky” spent last Tuesday at the
Allensworth home.
E. M. Whittaker was most agree
ably surprised when his brother who
lives in Missouri, arrived last Thurs
day evening, having driven a car
through.
f Welch’s Spur 1

BY MBS. R. M. WELCH
A. D. Welch had several loads of
grain ground at the Doppler farm
this week.
Ralph Snyder is hauling the Glen
coe and Lavana mail this week. He
uses a sled and reports the trip to be
hard on his horses. Otto Ayers, who
has the route from Menoken changes
teams about half way.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Doppler came
home Tuesday, after spending the
Winter with Mrs. Doppler's brother
in Merced, California. They stopped
in SeaUe, Wash., asd in oßnners’
Ferry, Idaho, on the way home. Mr.
Doppler has a sister in Seattle and
the Dopplers resided in Bonners’
Ferry before romlng to North Dakota.
O. P. Welch spent a few days in
Bi&marck this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Welch visited
at the Robert Welch home Tuesday.
While dehorning cattle, Chester
Boyd and his helper, Arthur Bates,
were Injured. Both were injured in
their legs. Robert Welch and Theo
dore Dorman assisted them with their
chores.
Mi*, and Mrs. Otto Dorman and
son Theodore visited at the Boyd
home Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Dorman and two
sons and the three Doppler brothers
visited at the Robert Welch home
Monday evening. The men enjoyed
cards and the ladies spent the eve
ning in making ice cream, and visit
ing. i
Earl Snyder called at the Robert
Welch home Monday. Some of the
Snyder boys drove to Menoken the
same day.
While Mr. and Mrs. John Welch
were driving to Menoken they
chanced to see two coyotes. Mr. Welch
succeeded in wounding one of them
severely but did not get it. Coyotes
have been seen in this vicinity a num
ber of times recently.
Fred Rittel hauled a load of wood
from the river bottom the middle of
the week.
Lawrence and Leo Doppler and
Robert Welch drove to Bismarck in
a sled Friday.
Leo Doppler called at the Robert
Welch home Thursday evening.
Mrs. John Welch and little nephew
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welch visit
ed at the Doppler home Saturday
evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dpopler
brought many souvenirs home from
the west.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ishmacl and lit
tle daughter visited at the tto Dor
man home Sunday afternoon.
Fred Dorman visited at the Doppler
home Sunday.
Julius Dorman hauled several loads
of hay from near his brother Otto’s
place this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Welch called at
the Robert Welch home Sunday aft
ernoon.
Mrs. Hugh McMurrich and little
| daughter Dorris came out from Bis
j marck Saturday. Ralph Snyder call-
I cd for Mrs. Nieland and her nephew
I and niece also and took them all to
their homes. Mr. Nieland brought
Mrs. Nieland and the children back
to the Robert Welch home Sunday
evening.
j Fred Rittel and son drove to Bis
j marck Thursday. Mr. Rittel went to
I see about a place to rent near Regan.
Mrs. Fred Rittel called at the Rob
i ert Welch home Tuesday afternoon.
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| Hazlegrove
By MRS. RAY HAZLEGROVE
Lester Hawkins and Ward Harris
called at Ray Hazlegrove’s Monday.
Ray Hazlegrove and Lester Hawkins
were business callers in Arena Tues
day.
Ed Pond was a business caller in
Arena Tuesday.
Ward Harris returned to his home
near Hurdsfield Wednesday after
visiting at the Lester Hawkins home
for a few days.
John Saltier called Wednesday at
the Lester Hawkins and Ray Hazle
grove homes.
Lester Hawkins was a guest at the
John Hawkins home north of Tuttle
Wednesday.
Raymond King and his sister called
at the Harry Ulfers home Wednesday.
Shorty Beak called one evening this
week at Lester Hawkins'.
Ed Smith's nephew Robert Smith is
now helping Mclntyre Brothers.
Harry Ulfers, Ed Pond, Dave John
son and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hawkms
were dinner guests Thursday at the
Hazlegrove home.
John Saltier called at Shorty Beakc's
one day this week.
Ray Hazlegrove called at Karl
Wolff’s and Mclntyre’s Friday.
Elmer Drumm and Karl Wolff were
in Tuttle Thursday on business.
Frank Gray was in Tuttle on busi
ness Thursday.
Mrs. Elmer Drumm and daughter
Alyce and Miss Olga Weber are now
visiting their mother, Mrs. Weber of
Goodrich a few days.
Ed Smith called Friday at Elmer
Drumm's.
Peter Demagolla called Friday at
at the Ulfers farm.
Harry Ulfers called Saturday fore
noon at the Lester Hawkins home.
Dave Johnson has been on the sick
list a few days this week.
Ed Pond called at Ray Hazlegrovc s
Saturday afternoon.
Mclntyres shipped a number of
turkeys this week.
Johnnie and Irvin Sattler cahr i
Friday evening at the Lester Hawkiir;
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hazlegrove were
guests at the Lester Hawkins home
Saturday evening.
Milt Goldsmiths were in Tuttle
one day this week. Also the Joe
Goldsmiths.
John and Irvin Sattler called one
evening this week at the Jack Stewart
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gray were
dinner guests Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hazlegrove.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hawkins were
guests at the John Hawkins home
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hawkins have
moved from the place north of Hazle
grove’s to a place northeast of Tuttle.
We understand our new neighbor will
be John Sattler as he has bought this
place.

Hazelton j
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By ELEANOR LANDSBERGER
The Hazelton Tigers and coaches,
Mr. Puschinsky and Mr. Sullivan, left
Thursday noon foaa Mandan where
they played in district tourna
ment held there Thursday and Fri
diV*
Rev. Father Schweitzer held church
serviced in Braddock last Sunday.
Miss Eleanor Landsberger spent
Wednesday night with her friend,
Miss Virginia Kurtz.
The Hazelton Parent Teacher as
sociation held their monthly meeting
Monday evening in the high school
assembly. A fairly large crowd was
present. After the meeting ajoumed
lunch was served in the home econo
mics room, and a social hour was en
joyed.
James Andrus, who has been away
on business Interests to the cities and
other points, returned to Haaelton
Monday for a brief visit.
The Misses Virginia Kurts, Mildred
McDonnell and Eleanor Landberger,
Arne Dahn and Lee Rott drove to
Mandan Friday afternoon to take in
the final of the district basketball
tournament played at the training
school gymnasium that evening.
Alton Lenhart was a visitor in the
Capitol City Saturday and Bunday.
Miss Margaret Scherr and brother
Trank and Eugene Landsberger vis
ited friends in Strasburg Monday.
Still
By B. P. HAGSTROM
Callers in Wilton Tuesday were
Fred and Peter Johnson, Erick Pear
son and Ole Hagstrom.
Conrad Johnson was a Regan call
er Wednesday.
B. P. Hagstrom visited the school
No. 4 in Estherville township Tues
day.
Mrs. Conrad Johnson called on Mrs. (
Arthur Johnson Tuesday afternoon. '
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Falkenstein
were shopping In Still Friday.
The Rev. Aster of Regan was an
over night guest of Peter Johnson
Thursday night.
Ole Hagstrom was a passenger to
Bismarck Wednesday returning home ;
Friday. Mr. Hagstrom was a caller on ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Asplund while
there. r
The Broehl children were callers on \
Verner and Hilma Johnson Friday.
Mrs. Ned Asplund and son returned
home Friday after spending about five
weeks in Washburn, at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Ber
quist. Ned motored to Washburn aft
er them.
Oscar Erickson and Oscar Hagstrom
were callers at the Conrad Johnson
home Thursday.
Mrs. Pearl Nelson teacher of school
No. 4 in Estherville township called
on Mrs. A. Johnson Thursday after
noon.
Ole Hagstrom and son Oscar called !
at the Ned Asplund home Friday.
Mrs. Arthur Johnson, son Verner,
daughter Hilma. and Walter Strand, *
j were evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. J
Edwin Johnson Tuesday.
Walter Sundquist was a Regan call- j
er Saturday.
Gabriel Thor and Oscar Erickson 1]
were callers at the Hagstrom home '
one day last week.
Miss Lillian Bcrquist of Washburn 1
is staying with her sister and brother- |
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Asplund for [
a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Broehl and family I
were Sunday guests at the Conrad i
Johnson home.
Mi-s. A. Johnson and family, Marian
and Leo Strand and the Pearson chil
dren were callers at the Hagstrom
home Sunday. ;
Rev. Aster and Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Johnson v/ere visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Johnson Thursday.
, Mrs. Roy Anderson and family were j
! visitors at the Herman Falkenstein j
j home over the week-end.
Mrs. John Johnson and Mrs. Edwin •
j Johnson visited with Mrs. Fred John
son Monday.
Miss Nadine Noon student of Wash
burn high school spent the week-end
at her home.
Frpd Johnson motored to Wilton
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
' Johnson Sunday.
i Miss Alice Johnson a student of
the Wilton high school has been on
- the sick list for a number of weeks,
■ but is getting along nicely at this
writing.
Alta
By KARL SCHATZ
Mr. Edward was a caller at. the
George Hochhalter home Wednesday
afternoon.
Emanuel Schatz was a caller at thr
Karl Schatz home Wednesday eve
ning.
Fred Bender was a shopper at Alla
Wednesday afternoon.
Harry Schafer wafc a caller at the
Karl Schatz home Wednesday eve
ning.
Rudolph Schaeffer was a caller at
McClusky Wednesday.
Henry Schatz of Alta was a shopper
at McClusky Thursday afternoon.
Elmer Qually was a caller at the
Fred Brackett home Thursday after
noon.
Lauritz Adams was a caller at the
John Anderson home Thursday.
Edward Schatz was a shopper at
Alta Thursday evening.
Glen and Earl McCallister were
callers at Washburn Friday afternoon.
Elmer Qually was a visitor at the
George Hecker home Thursday.
Edwin Schatz was a caller at the
Henry Schatz home Thursday after
noon.
J. L. Keck was a caller at Alta Fri
day evening.
Eddie Johnson was a visitor at the
Fred Brackett home Wednesday eve
ning.
Charlie Larson of Alta was a caller
at the Emil Johnson home Monday
evening.
Edwin Schatz and Eddie Johnson
were callers at the Henry Schatz home
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brackett were
Alta shoppers Friday afternoon.
Mr. George, Fred Curley, Edward
anß Henry Schatz were callers at the
Fred Brackett home Saturday evening.
Elmer Qually, Lauritz Adams, Edwin
and Thafield Schatz, Alfred and Dan
Rienhart spent Saturday evening at
the John Stroh home.
Charles Larson was a caller at the
Emil Johnson home Saturday after
noon.
John Stroh was a caller at Regan
Saturday afternoon.
Lauritz Adams was a caller at the
Bill Heckle home Thursday evening.
Davold Schaeffer was a caller at
Alta Friday afternoon.
Karl Schatz was a caller at Mc-
Clusky Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stroh were vis
itors at the Karl Schatz home Friday
evening.
Elmer Qually was a caller at the
John Stroh home Friday afternoon.
Edwin Schatz was a caller at the
Adams home Saturday afternoon.
Karl Schatz of Alta was a shopper
at Pickardville Saturday afternoon.
Thafield Schatz was a visitor at the
Fred Brackett home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brackett and
family were callers at the John An
derson home Sunday afternoon.
Edward Schatz was a visitor at the
Adams home Thursday evening.
Edwin Schatz was a caller at Alta
Monday afternoon.
Rudoldh Bchaeffer was a vtdtor at
the Nels Mers home Saturday. <
Fred Curly waa a caller at the
Henry Schatz home Sunday evening, j
Karl Schatz was a caller at tfeO Fttxl
Brackett home Manday tonneau.
Edward Schatswasacußerat the
Karl Schatz home Monday an**
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