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Alta By KARL SCHATZ John Schaeffer was a caller at the Jake Hochhalter home Monday. Edwin Schatz was an Alta shopper Monday evening. * Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hochhalter . were visitors at the Henry Schaeffer 1 home Monday afternoon. • Harold Brown was a caller at the ) Karl Schatz home Thursday i David Hochhalter was an Alta • shopper Thursday afternoon. Fred and Ed. Curly of near Alta ; called at the Karl Schatz home * Wednesday. ’ Gustave and Edwin Schatz were visitors with Harold Brown Wednes ! day evening. ; Harold Brown was a caller at the l! Emil Johnson home Thursday after- I: noon. Ed. Schatz called at Karl Schatz's home Thursday afternoon. > George Hecker was a business call ; pr at the Frank Coomler home Mon * day forenoon. Elmer Qaully was a caller at the Karl Scliatz home Monday. George Hecker motored to Mc- Clusky Friday to attend to some busi ness matters. Henry Schatz motored to McClusky Thursday afternoon. Henry Schaeffer of near Alta was a business caller at the John Schadt home of near Mercer Thursday after noon. Harold Brown was a caller at the Frank Coombcr home Wednesday afternoon. Henry Schaeffer motored to Mc- Clusky Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schaeffer arc the proud parents of a baby boy born May 14. Henry Schatz was an Alta shopper Thursday evening. Mrs. L. Adams and daughter Inga were Alta shoppers Thursday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hochhalter were visitors at the Henry Schaeffer home Wednesday evening. Thafield Schatz called at the Henry Schatz home Saturday eve ning. Karl Schatz was an Alta caller Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hochhalter were Alta shoppers Saturday evening. Nolc Ness of near Alta called at the Charlie Larson home Sunday. Edmund. Thafield and Dave Schatz were Alta callers Saturday evening. Henry Schaeffer was a business caller at the Karl Schatz home Thursday. Harold Brown was a visitor at the Ed. Schatz home Sunday. Miss Carolina Brackett visited with Pauline and Esther Schatz Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stievert of near Alta were dinner guests at the Karl Schatz home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Stroll were din her guests at the Dave Hachhalter home Sunday. Harold Brown was a business caller at the Karl Schatz home Friday af ternoon. David Schatz was a caller at the John Anderson home Tuesday. Henry Schatz of near Alta was a caller at the Karl Schatz home Mon day night. Alvin Brackett and Eddie Johnson were visitors at the Chas. Larson home Sunday. Mrs. Adams and daughter Inga of near Alta were visitors at the Karl Schatz home Friday. ♦ I »• —♦ Sterling J By FERN R. STEWART Mr. Strandness, accompanied by Miss Tillic Wall, and Miss Vera Mc- Cullough were Bismarck shoppers Saturday. Tom Stewart and son Glen were Driscoll callers Sunday. Mrs. Hallic Bclk returned Satur day from Minneapolis where she vis ited with her mother for a few days. Miss Pauline Fuehrer, who is as sisting with the work at the hotel here, spent Sunday at her home in McKenzie. Charlie Gosney and sister. Miss Florence, accompanied by Miss Lu cille Elncss, were shoppers in Bis marck Saturday. The Sterling and McKenzie high school ball teams played ball Friday on the Sterling diamond. The score being 18 to 11 in favor of Sterling. Ray Woodstrom of McKenzie was a Sunday visitor in Sterling. Miss Florence Landley assisted ■with the work at the Hallie Belk home during Mrs. Belk's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson and daughter Lorrine of McKenzie were Sterling callers Friday night. Grandma Johnson was a town call er Saturday. Joseph Dorson was a town caller Saturday. Other callers were Mrs. Herman Nciman, Mr. and Mns. Tom Stewart and daughter Arylene, and Mr. Slautenhous and son. Miss Fern Stewart visited with Mrs. Paul Lang Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hassin Eele and fam ily were Tuesday callers at the J. D. Stewart home in Driscoll. Henry ApKnd was a Driscoll call er Wednesday. Lenard Pederson of Driscoll is as sisting with the work at Henry Ap land's for a while. Driscoll callers Tuesday were Lawrence Mork, Tom Stewart. Oscar Anderson, and George Magnus and brother Marvin. William Langley was a town caller Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart were D :co!l callers Tuesday. 1 Hall was a town caller Tues- ,-onica Riley and Erma Cox were Bismarck shoppers Saturday. The Junior-Senior banquet will be held at Bismarck Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Kling and son Llewellyn, and Mrs. Agnes Wright attended state contest at Grand Forks last Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lang were Bis marck shoppers Saturday. Other Bismarck shoppers were Mr. k and Mrs. Henry Jessen and family, , accompanied by Loretta Jacobson and eon Gene. y Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson and Grace Johnson were Sterling callers Monday night. Mrs. John Lee is visiting for a few days at the George Lee home. Mr. arid Mrs. George Lee were Sun day visitors at the home of the form er’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koon Mrs. F. E. Flat entertained the Ladies’ Aid last Wednesday at her home. Miss Rose Fuehrer, George and Ed. Fuehrer and son Jimmie were Ster ling callers Sunday. Pauline Fuehrer accompanied them to her home in McKenzie. Mrs. Lavernc Richardson was a Sterling shopper Monday. Mrs. C. W. Beyers entertained the Homemaker's club .at her home Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Melland were visitors at the J. 11. Riley home Mon day night. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Belk were Sterling shoppers Monday night. Lein By OLGA M. RISE Hazel Nelson was in this neigh borhood assessing Friday. Olga and Joseph Rise spent Wednesday evening at-the Dallas Barkman home. Irwin Rise assisted Geo. Christian son with field work the latter part of the week. A. H. Helgeson of Regan installed a light plant at the H. E. Helgeson home Friday. Eddie Arneson and Stuart Sever son left Wednesday for Bismarck where they will spend a few days taking treatments. Mrs. J. O. Rise and son Joseph, ac companied by Rudolph Kluksdahl motored to Bismarck Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Barkman mo tored to Driscoll Friday evening. Dorothy accompanied them home. Hazel Nelson spent Friday night at the John Birkeland home. Word was received here Thursday from Mr. and Mrs. Knut Gunderson of Pensacola, Fla., that they are the parents of a baby daughter. Valdemar Lein, Arnold Christian son, Sivert, Sadie and Selina Gylden, and Selma Kisc spent Friday eve ning at J. O. Rise's home. There will be Norwegian services Rt the church Sunday afternoon. May 25. at 2 o'clock. Vernon Arneson called at Stuart Severson's home Thursday afternoon. Orville Gunderson, who has spent the past winter in different points of Minnesota, arrived here the fore part of the week for a short visit. Catherine Lein spent the past week at the H. E. Helgeson home. Sievert Gylden and Selma Rise spent Sunday at J. O. Rise's home. A large crowd attended the Ladies’ Aid meeting held at Alfred Arneson's home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M..J. Lein and fam ily of Fero, N. D.. spent a couple of days visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity. Arnold Christianson and Olga Rise spent Sunday evening at Hazel Nel son’s home. A. H. Helgeson and Axel Lundberg of Regan called at H. E. Helgeson’s and J. O. Rise's homes Sunday. Arena By MRS. OWEN MeINTYRE Harold Kraft has been helping at the Ray Hazlegrove farm a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rocmo Bailey were shopping in Wing Saturday after noon. The Kraft young folks were In Tuttle Saturday evening. Bluch Wagner called at Arena Sat urday. Mrs. Owen Mclntyre and son Hugh were shopping in Tuttle Thursday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Klagcnburg and family were entertained at Sunday dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Bailey. Ed. Poud called on Ed. Smith Sun day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hazlegrove mo tored to Goodrich Sunday to visit old friends. Mrs. Owen Mclntyre, Mrs. Bert Glanville, Mrs. R. C. Halver, and Mrs. J. J. Scallon from this vicinity were among those who attended Homemaker's club held at Mrs. Ed. Larson's home Friday afternoon. Laverene Gulberg was an overnight guest at the Chas. Johns home Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Scallon and fam ily attended play day evercises in Bismarck Wednesday. Ed. Smith, Ralph Halver. Owen and George Mclntyre, and Melvin Web ster were callers at Ray Hazlegrove’s home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Halver and son Stanley were supper guests at the Mclntyre home Sunday evening. Ed. Wagner was a caller at the Christ Wolf home Sunday. Bert and Dean Glanville motored to Willow City Sunday to visit at the Eugene Champion home. They re turned home the same evening bring ing Bert's father, Johanthan Glan ville, with them, who will visit here for a short while with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Mclntyre and son Richard called at Ed. Wagner’s home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Haas and daughter called at the Bert Glanville home Wednesday afternoon. Omer Tice was out through this vicinity delivering gas Thursday af ternoon. Howard Glanville was a business caller at Mclntyre's home Thursday forenoon. Lester Knowles, our road main tained was an overnight guest at Bluch Wagner's home Friday night. Ed. Smith was a visitor at the Mc- Intyrq home Sunday. Gotfred Webber visited at the Kraft home Sunday. Wing By LILLIE MUELLER Mrs. J. J. Horner met with the Richmond 4-H club at the Jake Hein home Thursday. Miss Helen Bleth accompanied Mrs. Horner. Mrs. Axel Soder and daughter vis ited with Mrs. Gust Anderson last Friday. Myrtle Magnuson spent the week end with Freda Bera. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Davis and chil dren visited with friends and relatives in Killdeer Saturday and Sunday. Miss McGinnis accompanied them as far as Bismarck. Mrs. E. S. Larson had as her guest last week Mrs. Orville Larson and sons of Fairview, Mont. Mr Lytte motored to McClusky last Friday to get his daughter Mabel Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kuioski and chil dren of Wilton were Sunday callers at the A. Kuioski home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barth spent Sunday at the Weber, Jr.< home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Olson were busi ness callers in Bismarck last Thurs day. Mrs. Rosfcorcugli of Killdeer is vis iting with her daughter, Mrs. A. L. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boss and daugh ter spent last week at the J. B. Glan villc home. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wagner were Sunday callers at the Dan Hein home. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Blcth of Sanger spent Saturday and Sunday at the Mueller home. Mrs. Bleth stayed for a few weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lein and daugh ter of Regan were visitors at the J. O. Lein home Sunday. John Weber, Jr., was a caller in Tuttle Friday. Mrs. Ed. Larson entertained the Homemaker's club last Friday at her home. Mrs. John Weber. Jr., was a caller at the Mueller home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. G. Auch of Tuttle were callers at the Fred Aichclc home Sunday afternoon. Callers at the Bossart liome Sun day afternoon were: Mr. and Mrs. Philiph Weber and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plincs of Arena. Sunday callers at the Mueller home were Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Horner and family, Helen Bleth, and Edith Muel ler. Mrs. Carolina Kraft and Andrew were business callers at the Weber, Jr., home. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Graham and son were visitors at McKenzie Sun day. John Webcr.Jr., and wife called at the Barth home Tuesday. A number of people went to Regan Sunday to attend the first ball game played in this vicinity. Tuttle beat Regan by a score of 26 to 6. Melvin Lein and family of Rugby spent Saturday at the Olaf Lein home. Anna Marie Mueller spent Monday night with Clara Barth. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Berg, Martha Andrew and Arthur visited relatives in Wilton Sunday. Quite a few people from here at tended Play Day in Bismarck last Wednesday. Turtle Creek By SARAH IIEINLE Mrs. Dave Keck was a caller at the A. H. Heinle home Thursday. A. H. Heinle and sons Ernest and Richard and daughter Rachel were callers at the G. Shearer home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Heinle and son Ernest and daughter Rachel were callers at the G. Shearer home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Heinle and son Ernest and daughter Rachel were Wilton shoppers Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seibel and baby and Herbert Wagner were Wil ton shoppers Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lagge and baby daughter were Wilton shoppers Sat urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Klein and daughter were Wilton shoppers Sat urday evening. Wm. Wagner is the owner of a new truck which he purchased Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wagner were Bismarck shoppers Saturday. Dave Keck is busy breaking at the L. E. Hall home. John Oberg's son is breaking at the G. Shearer home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wagner and family were Wilton shoppers Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brezden and family were Wilton shoppers Satur day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ervinc and fam ily were Wilton shoppers Saturday. Wm. Brezden and son Frank and daughter Mary and Edward Klein were Wilton shoppers Saturday eve ning. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wagner and son Malvin were Wilton shoppers Saturday. Among those who were visitors at the E. R. Laggc home were Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Heinle and son Richard and daughter Rachel, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seibel and son Marvin and Rudolph Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ticner and son Bobby, John Oberg and daughter and Margene Shearer, on Sunday. Among those who were visitors at the Fred Wagner home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ezlinger and family. Still \ By B. P. HAGSTROM Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Noon, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.tNoon and daughter Neva called on Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson Sunday. Mrs. Fred Johnson and infant son returned home the first part of last week from the Bismarck hospital. Harry Triska called on Eric Pear son Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Law and daugh ter Margaret visited Tuesday p. m. with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson, Mrs. Arthur Johnson, son Verner and daughter Hilma. L. M. Nordquist and son Ver ner visited Sunday afternoon at the Fred Johnson home. Mrs. Harry Triska and son Mike were shoppers in Wilton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Asplund, sons Lloyd. Robert and Kenneth and Miss Laura Bensen motored to Flasher Fri day to spend the week-end at the home of Mrs. Asplund and Miss Ben son. Albert Johnson called on Bert Hed strom Sunday. The Ladies of the Still Mission held their regular meeting Friday, May 16, in the Still hall with a good at tendance. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nelson and the twins, Billy and Betty, were dinner puests of Mrs. Arthur Johnson Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson were shoppers in Regan one day last week. John Johnson and son Fred were Wilton callers one day last week. Mrs. Arthur Johnson and Mrs. Eric Pearson and families Were call ers of Mrs. Ole Hagstrom Monday. Albert Perkins called on Albert Johnson Wednesday. Mrs. J. M. Thompson spent Satur day with her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Falkenstein. Edwin Johnson made a brief call at the Emil Backman home Sunday Ida Tosseth visited Sunday with her cousin Maxine Johnson of Wilton. Mrs. Oscar Ecklund and son Mel- THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE, vin were callers at the Hagstrom home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lundquist and children called on Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Johnson Sunday. The following Juniors of Wilton high school were entertained at the home of Misses Ingrid and Margaret Hagstrom Thursday evening, May 15: Ruth Frletag, Alice Johnson, Herbert Huff, Harry Vincent, Buster Liver gard, Eva Krush, Dorothy Little, Joyce Iverson, Harry Brezden, Cora De Vie Richard, Edna Palkenstein, Clarence Anderson, Esther Polonsky, Louis Lind, and Ruth Stenquist with Mr. Joseph Hanson as their advisor. Two outside guests were Margaret and Russell Johnson. Harry Triska called at the Conrad Johnson home Monday. Mrs. Ed. Brochl visited one day last week with Mrs. Arthur Johnson. Leo Strand called at the Eric Pear son home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Law visited one day last week with Mr. and Mrs. Con rad Johnson. Mrs. Albert Johnson and daughter Merlin and Edna Johnson called on Mrs. Clarence Palkenstein Saturday. I Hazelton ] ♦ 4 By ELEANOR LANDSBERGER Arne Dahl and Vincent Zlrbes were Bismarck callers Monday. Jake Rott and daughters Clco and Luella shopped in Bismarck Friday. County Play Day aws held at the local fair grounds Monday. The Un ton school was well represented. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Buck were Bis marck callers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shea and daughter Mildred, accompanied by the two high school declaimers, Miss Eula Simpkin and Herbert Roesler, and their coach George Puschinsky, left last Wednesday morning for Grand Forks, where the declaimers entered in the contests held at the University of North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Shea and daughter visited rela tives. Superintendent Hullsether and Mrs. Hullsether, drove to Hazelton Sunday from Killdeer. and visited at Che Emil Dietrich home. The Misses Margaret Scherr and Ethel Koch, accompanied by Eugene Landsberger and John Shea, drove to Linton Monday evening and attended the show "Rio Rito” at the Willows Theatre. The Misses Lacunda and Rufina Appert were shoppers in Bismarck Saturday. The high school declaimers, Miss Eula Simpkins and Herbert Roesler made a very good showing at the state final contest held at the uni verity at Grand Forks the latter part of the week. Miss Simpkins took sec ond place in the state girls’ reading contest, and Herbert placed fourth in the boys’ contest. The debating team composed of Miss Mildred Shea, Miss Mildred Weiser and Gorman Stedman, debat ed in the final contest with Larlmore, but lost the decision, four to three. Driscoll By MRS. NINA DODGE The last meeting of the P. T. A. was held in the hall, Friday evening. Election of officers for next year was held. A talk on “Thrift,” was given by J. W. Riley of Bismarck. Lunch was served in the basement. Mrs. Gorman of Fargo is spending a few days here with her daughter and son-in-law, Prof, and Mrs. Herujn. A farewell surprise party was given for Jerry Kafer Saturday evening at the Knudson home. The evening was spent in playing whist. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Nelson and family spent Sunday afternoon at Newcomer's. Mrs. Knudson and daughter Valdls and Miss Hanson called at the Ros void home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bruschwein and Miss Ortman were shoppers in Bismarck Saturday. Mrs. Jackson returned home from the Bismarck hospital last Mday. Miss Nettleton was a week-end vis itor at the Kolstad home south of town. Kenneth Tompt, entertained a number of his playmates in honor of his birthday Tuesday after school. Games were played, after which a de licous lunch was served. Rev. Vater of Bismarck will deliver the baccalureate address to the high school graduates Sunday, May 25, at the hall. A number of ladies surprised Mrs. Carl Erickson Saturday afternoon, it being her birthday, llie afternoon was spent playing whist, after which lunch was served. Mrs. Chapin and Mrs. Clarence Swanson spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Chapin's mother, Mrs. C. A. Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. J&mchoian spent Sat urday night and Sunday in Bismarck, visiting her mother and sister. Mrs. Sharp and daughter Florence and Mrs. C. J. Peterson, called on Mrs. Carl Erickson Tuesday evening. Mrs. M. T. Olson and Delia called on Mrs. Jackson Wednesday after noon. Mrs. Martha Olson returned from Fargo Thursday and will spend some time here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eizenbeiz. f Rock Hill 1 By RUTH LITTLE S. w. Nemetz was a Regan caller Monday. Harry Dimond called at the Ray McCullough home Sunday. Chas. Heddick called at the O. W. Backman home Sunday morning. Ernie Gordon and Jenningk Kettle son are employed at the Rue Brothers home. The spent Sunday at their parental homes. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Fisher and fam ily of Regan were Sunday guests at the Walter Scott home. Laurence Fitzgerald called at the J. F. Little home Tuesday. Chas Colip called at the Mrs. Mary Rasche home Tuesday. Those from around here who at tended play day at Bismarck Wed nesday were Clayton, Virgil and Phyl lis Little, Alfred Bouche and Harlan Schilling. Others started but turned back on acocunt of bad roads. Ira Bailey and Gilbert Ward were Regan callers Monday. Martin Fouling called at the Ed Rasrhe home Wednesday evening. Chas. Our motored to Regan Thurs day. He also called at J. F. Little’s. Mrs. Mary Rasche and Edith Collp were Regan callers Friday. Shirley accompanied them home. Mrs. C. W. Wilkinson and Mrs. H. Taylor called at J. L. Uttle’s Wednes day. Batty and Laurence Fitzgerald and Vincent Sherman motored to Bis marck Wednesday. Callers at the Lewis Jorgenson home Sunday were I. Marcovitz and sons Robert and Milton, Hester Bailey and Gilbert Ward, Clyde and Virgil Little. Callers and dinner guests at the J. F. Little home Sunday were Eliza beth and Laurice Jorgenson and Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Kremenetsky and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Guss Heinley and daughter called at the red Ehnes home Sunday. Guests at the P. E. Patton home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mc- Clusky and family of Wing, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Taylor and family and Jim Doherty. Regan callers Saturday were Mrs. P. E. Patton and daughter Alice, Al fred Bouche, Homer Taylor, Earl Mowder, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bailey, Mrs. Mabel Bailey, Ole Olson, JYed and Oscar, Dee Bailey, H. C. Rasche, Ed Rasche, Mr. Ehnes and son Willie, Lewis Jorgenson, S. V. Monroe and Andrew Kolb. Alfred Bouche called at the L. Jor genson home Monday morning. Andrew Kolb Stephen Monroe and Allen Tolliver called at the W. H. Kolb home Monady. Oscar Magnuson motored to Wing Monday. Mrs. Walter Scott and son Clarence were Regan callers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Landerholm and daughter Burnett were Thursday guests at the Ernest Gordon home. Mis Gladys Gramling, who has made her home with the James Fitz gerald family for the last month, re turned to Bismarck Thursday where she wil visit a few days with her sister, Mrs. John Stewart. The Homemakers club held a spe cial meting at the schoolhouse Thurs day to make plans for achievement day, which will be held at Menoken in June. The annual meeting and election of officers will be held at the Ole Olson home. Mrs. J. F. Little, Clayton, Ruth and Phyllis motored to Wing Sunday eve ning. Mrs. Mary Rasche and daughter Shirley spent Sunday with Mrs. Rpsche’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Colip. Mrs. Fitzgerald and son James and Vincent Sherman called at the J. F. Little home Saturday afternoon. f Clear Lake J By MYRTLE CHRISTENSEN Mrs. Christ Schoon and Mrs. Er nest Schoon returned home from their trip to Verona the first of the week. L. A. Slaatenhus and son Ole, who have spent the winter in the south, returned home Wednesday. Mrs. H. A. Smith, who had spent Jhe past’week at Regan and Bis marck, returned home Thursday. Mrs. Smith was called there by the sudden illnes of her daughter, Mrs. John Carlson. Rudolph Klucksdahl was a Bis marck caller Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Orne and daugh ter Ruby were callers at the F. B. Paslay home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Nelsen and family of Driscoll visited at the H. A. Smith home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Stiles and fam ily were shopping in Bismarck Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson and family spent JUnday visiting at Mof fit. Mrs. Marie Olausen, sons Olaf, Er ling and Raider visited Sunday in Lein township. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Newland enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen and family at Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith motored to Driscoll Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Nelson. L. B. Nelson spent Tuesday at Bismarck. | Ecklund f ♦ —• By JUSTINE MORRIS Mabel McCullough was a shopper in Wilton Tuesday. Clarence Falkenstein was a caller at the T. F. Morris home Tuesday. Bennie Anderson visited with Louie Johnson Tuesday. Joe Jiras visited with Donald Morris Tuesday. Donald Morris and Levi Anderson were callers in Baldwin Monday. Donald Morris called at the A. 7. Anderson home Tuesday evening. . Clarence Falkenstein called at the Gene Perkins home Thursday. Levi Anderson visited with Louie Johnson Tuesday. Steve Morris of Bismarck was an over night guest at the T F. Morris home Thursday. Herman Falkenstein was through this vicinity assessing Wednesday. Levi Anderson was a caller at the T. F. Morris home Wednesday morn ing. Orville Falkenstein was a shopper in Wilton Tuesday. Donald Morris called on Louie Johnson Tuesday. Levi Anderson was a caller at the Wallace Anderson home Wednesday. T. F. Morris was a caller at the Edward Morris home Friday. Orville Falkenstein visited at his home near Baldwin Wednesday. Sam Brown visited at the T. P. Morris home Thursday evening. Clarence Falkenstein was a brief caller at the H. A. McCuUough home Thursday. Marion Morris was a caller at the A. 7. Anderson home Triday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Anderson were shoppers in Wilton Saturday. Orville Falkenstein was a visitor at the Herman Falkenstein home Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Morris and chil dren James, Justine, Aldene and Eu nice, visited at the Edward Morris home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Falkenstein and son Leslie Wayne visited with Mr. Falkenstein’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Falkenstein, Sunday. Among those who visited at the T. F. Morris home Sunday were: Cecil and Leonard Morris, Vivian Erstrom, Irene Stanke, Levi and Bennie And erson, M. F. Parker and Orville Falkenstein. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thompson vis ited at the Elmer Williams home near Baldwin Sunday. Aldythe McCullough spent the week-end at her parental home. Orville Falkenstein called at the Gene Perkins home Saturday. Bennie end Levi Anderson were over night guests with Donald Mor ris Saturday. H. A. McCullough returned from lowa, where was called by the death of his father. Orville Falkenstein called at the Clarence Falkenstein home Tuesday evening. • Driscoll By MRS. F. O. JOHNSON Miss Dagmar Albertson of Minne apolis, who has been spending several days with Miss Della, Olson, left Fri day for her home. A. Etsenbelsz and son £ddie mo tored to Fargo Friday returning Sat urday accompanied by Mrs. Clarence Olson, who has been there for some time. Mrs. Chas. Swanson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Al. Chapin and family to Bismarck last Wednesday. The Driscoll high school baseball team played Moffit Friday at Driscoll. The score was 10-2 in favor of Dris coll. A birthday party was given Satur day afternoon for Mrs. Carl Erick son in honor of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Meland spent Wednesday In Bismarck. The Misses Dagmar Rosvold, Helen Swindling, Thelma Skogen and Han nah Dronen spent the week-end at their homes. Mrs. M. C. Koessel and children Wilmer and Madonna May visited school Monday afternoon.' Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Olson were Bis marck callers Friday. Mrs. C. A. Jackson, who has been ill for a long time in the Bismarck hospital, was taken home last week. The P. T. A. met Friday evening at the community hall. The following took part in the program: Irene Koessel, Haael Bruschwein, Vernice Newcomer, Ethel Tompt, Leonard Koessel, and J. W. Riley of Bismarck. Officers were elected for the new year. President, Roy Colton; vice president, Mrs. Joe Lewis; secretary treasurer, Mrs. John Mount. At the conclusion a lunch wds served by Mrs. A. P. Rosvold, Mrs. Elmer Koon, Mrs. M. Johnson, Mrs. H. Swindling and Mrs. Koessel. Mrs. Clarence Swanson and daugh ter Beva Jean spent Monday with Mrs. A. H. Meland. A farewell party was given for Ger ald Kafer at the H. A. Knutson home Saturday evening. Four tables of progressive whist were in play, honors going to Miss Doris Tice, Gerald Kafer, Miss Cordelia Jordan and Lawrence Jackson. At midnight a lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. E. Metcalf have been on the sick list but.both are recovering. Mr. and Mrs. A. Eisenbeisz, Mrs. Clarence Olson and Mrs. F. O. John son motored to Bismarck Monday. Mrs. Geo. Haugen, Sylvia, Mrs. Vic Pederson and Jackie spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. H. A. Meland. Lieutenant Trotter of Fort Lincoln gave a talk at the schoolhouse Tues day morning on the Citizen’s Military Training camp at Fort Lincoln. f Glen View j By LARS JACOBSON Mr. and Mrs. Con Johnson were Capital City visitors Thursday. Ludvig Hanson and F. R. Simons were dinner guests at the Lars Jacob son home Sunday. Ruth Larson spent the week-end visiting her cousin, Marie Jacobson, in Painted Woods. Ole Olson visited this community Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Oshanyk and Violet Volkman, from Wilton, were guests at the Con Johnson home Sun day. Edythe Ooldsberry and Mrs. Lars Jacobson called at the Rudolph Hagen home in Painted Woods Friday eve ning. Paul and Rene Holden and Frank Murray were supper guests at the Simons home Suhday. Howard Scott, a horse buyer from New York, is in the community buying horses. While here he is staying at the Simmons home. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Delong were shop ping in the Capital City Saturday. Among visitors at the Lars Jacob son home Sunday were Paul and Rene Holden, Frank Murray, Marie John son, Ruth Larson, Frayne Erstrom, Gene Damstrom, and Grace, Ray and Hugh Simons. Millard Jacobson spent Sunday eve ning at the Simons home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Anderson of Steele were visiting at the Burl Mon roe home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Larson and children, from Nettle Creek township, were dinner guests at the W. A. Lar son home Sunday. Lester Larson traded his old car for a new one recently. Mrs. Tom Morgan called at the Si mons home Monday. Mrs. Will Brown, son Lester and Orbra Hannefeld, from Painted Woods, called at the Alvin Lange home Sun- Mrs. Lars Jacobson visited at the W. A. Larson home Monday afternoon, day evening. ♦ ■ « | Florence Lake - | By HELEN WITT Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Marchant and daughters Irene and Margaret were Wing shoppers Wednesday afternoon. Henry Seilinger motored to Wing Wednesday forenoon. Irene, Margaret and Le Roy Mar chant spent Tuesday evening at the Herman Nieter's home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scallon and fam ily drove to Bismarck Wednesday for play day. Mr. and Mrs. John Witt were busi ness callers at the Wagner home Thursday. Mrs. Orville Larson and family spent the past week visiting at the Ed. Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. E. Glanville were Wing shoppers Wednesday. Fred Hlndbouch, who has been working at the Arthur Tees home the past few weeks, returned to his par ental home Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Marchant and daughter Irene, and Mrs. J. E. Witt, were Sunday callers at the Fred Bmlth home. Mrs. Henry Seilinger and family and Mrs. John Witt drove to Wing Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Johns and sons and daughters spent Sunday afternoon at the D. F. McClellen home. Miss Catherine Lee of Denhoff spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. D. F. McClellen. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Witt were din- ner guests at the Arthur Tees home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Glanville spent Sunday at the Henry Bellinger home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bmfth and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Jazzman were Wing shoppers Saturday eve ning. Mrs. Ed. Larson entertained the Homemakers club Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seilinger and daughter Marjory June, and Jake Wentz drove to Bismarck Monday afternoon, where Henry consulted a doctor about his ears. Andrus Seitz is working for David Hein this week. Miss Tillie Wentz, who has been employed at the David Hein home for the past month returned to her parental home Saturday. Charles Johns and daughter Theo motored to Wing Saturday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wentz and family spent Sunday evening at the Henry Setlenger home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tees and son Junior were Bismarck shoppers Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. John Witt were din ner guests at the I. F. Lytle home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Starh and family, Alfred Mallay and Leßoy Marchant spent Sunday at the Her man meters home. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Marchant and daughter Irene and son Leßoy spent Monday evening at the Herman me ters home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson were Wing shoppers Saturday afternoon. Christ Hein and son were Wing shoppers Saturday. Miss Ruth Hein spent Sunday at the Jake Wentz home. Moffit By MRB. C. E. MOFFIT L. D. Bailey was surprised on Sun day when a group of his friends sur prised him on his birthday. A birth day dinner was enjoyed by all. The following were guests: Mr. and Mrs. Steve Luplett, Mrs. V. Benz, Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis and daughter Marian, Fred Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bier and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bums Bailey and family and Mr. and Mrs. Heifry Olson. Little Bobby Bailey was hurt quite badly last week when a big stray tom cat jumped on him and bit his face. The bite was considered rather ser ious but is some better now. Mrs. F. H. Plllsbury and baby and Mrs. V. Benz visited at the DeHaan home one day last week. Mrs. Oscar Benz and children vis ited at the Burns Bailey home Mon day afternoon. Mrs. Burns Bailey called at the Melvin Thorsen home Monday after noon. The church board held a meeting at the church Monday night. It was decided to try and get the basement dug and a foundation under the par sonage this summer. Several from around here attended Play day at Bismarck last Wednes day. In spite of the rain a large crowd was present. Several prizes were won by our local boys. Mrs. Jim Hill took her son to Dr. Baer at Braddock last Ftiday night as the little fellow was quite iIL The pupils and teachers of the fol lowing schools held their annual pic nic at the Kurtz grove on Tuesday, Taft, Dana No. 1 and Moffit. There was a good crowd. The ball game and races were held at the Moffit ball diamond. Moffit and Braddock played ball and Braddock came in a little ahead of Moffit. Babe Mauh carried off most of the ribbons for the races. The graduation sermon will be preached at the church Sunday, May 25. Class day exercises will be held at the school house Monday night and graduation services will be held at the hall on Thursday night, May 29. This is the first high school gradua tion in Moffit so every one should try and make it a success by coming. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson visited at the V. Benz home Sunday. Guests at the Peter Hofstad home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Benz and children and Thelma Mof fit. Rev. Kinzler and family were sup per guests at the B. F. Lane home Wednesday evening. Friends will be interested in hear ing of the marriage of Ida Johnson to Mr. Welch last week. Mr. and Mrs. Viggo Jensen and son Altas motored to Bismarck last Saturday. Mrs. Leatha Johnson Is taking care of Mrs. Jackson near Driscoll. Fred Hinsey motored to Bismarck on a business trip Tuesday. Mrs. Ella Porter and granddaughter Austie, spent the week-end at the Ben Porter home. The girls of the “Lucky Star” 4-H club held their social meeting at the Everett Porter home Tuesday night. A fair crowd was present. Games and stunts were played and a lunch was served by the girls. f PEOPLE’S forum! Dickinson, N. Dak. Editor, Tribune: You no doubt have seen a letter which has been circulated in the state, headed the “North Dakota De positor,” in which letter there ars contained many misleading state ments which represent to the public the true facts, and since P. B. Gar berg has referred to me therein as his Old Friend, I can not help but write this letter in answer thereto, and about other statements made in that letter. If lam not asking too much, I would appreciate it very much if you wculd print this letter in your good paper. They call themselves depositors. I hope they are. It is a very good thing to have money in the bank, but I mean a live bank, as I consider it a very bad thing to have deposits in a closed buik. They use the name “depositor” in their pamphlet to mis lead the public and the “voter” to make us think they are, or have been, depositors in closed banks. Now, they go to every expense and make every effort to inform the publie that they do not want their money back that they lost in said closed banks. They have circulated 50,000 copies during the month of April of these pamphlets telling the people that they do not want their money back. Well, this is the first time I have ever heard of a depositor that has lost his savings because of the bank closing, that did not want the bank to go to the trouble of repaying their lost money. Mr. Garberg called me his Old Friend. Well, I tell you I certainly appreciate that statement, but let me tell you when I heard ha was going to broadcast over WDAY, I immedi ately wrote him a personal letter asking him several questions on his stand in the matter of the closed banks, and asked him as a personal friend to write a letter giving me his answer, and not over WDAY, but I noticed that in this circular letter he answered me. Over WDAY he stated he had a quite a number of certificates of indebtness issued by the Guaranty Fund Commission, and that may be true, but HE does not say that those certificates were very likely purchased by him, or he did not say that he lost the actual cash in closed banks. It is also very likely possible that he did handle a law suit for a party that lost his money in one of the closed banks, and who perhaps turned over these certificates to him for his debt, and in that way M 7 Friend expected to realize a few dollars on those cert'ilcates, or it may be possible also that he bought them with ore of his radio songs. There are many ways to get a hold cf “bust ed” bank certificates. I want to say to the public, and to the votc-3 in particular, that the Guaranty Fund law was made in the regular course of legislation. The bankers had their eyes just as wide open then as they now have, the only difference being that r.ow, they have more experience with that par ticular law. It was held out to the depositors as a state law and they deposited their savings in the banks with the state passing upon the soundness of the banks, with the state law guaranteeing the depositor his savings. In that way confidence was sold to the depositors through the window, and if that turned out to be a bad law, I have no objection to having the law repealed. However, first a better way would be provided to take care of those who suffered the actual loss in cash, under that worthless law a 3 you call it. If you think that contracted obligations can so easily be cancelled, ar.d if you will be successful in the repeal of that law, which is a depositors contract, then we will find no end to the de mand for a law to put the matter to a public vote, and to cancel all con tracted debts in the state of North Dakota. How would they like that? 1 feel that i 3 just what they are driv ing the money losers to demand. What do you people think about that? 2 mean those that are new burdened with heavy debts. Would you vote to set yourself free frem debts with one election vote? Now, I want you to understand that I am not for such a move, and never would vote for it, but that is just what is in line with what the bankers are asking the vot ers to do for them next June. Now, so much on the statements made by My Friend. I feel that I should also tail the public the truth about that wonderful chairman of Banks and Banking Commit tee at the last legislative session. I went to Bismarck to appear before that committee and be heard on that repeal bill, and when I get to the capitol, I at once called on the chair man, who is a gerd friend of mine, told him what I was there for and he assured me that they would have a committee meeting the next day in the evening, and that I would be welcome to speak. For that reason I decided to stay over until the next day, which I did. I went up to the capitol in the afternoon, spending my time in the senate chamber and was there until it closed its session for that day. As a rule they don’t close before each chairman cf the various committees makes his an nouncements as to when and where the meetings are held, so my good friend, the chairman, got up and made his announcement, and to my complete surprise stated from the floor of the senate chamber that on account cf some other social doings going on in the city, and assuming that some of the members cf his com mittee wanted to attend they could not have any committee meeting that evening. Now, that was sure a very Interest ing privilege extended to a depositor that lost his savings In a closed bank. What do you think of that kind of a chance for a laboring man to get when he is not using his own time? I presume that chairman would tell you I could have stayed over. Well, that would have been fine if I would not have had to account for my time to my boss. I had to work to keep my job going to earn some more money to put in the bank. I want also to be understood that I have a lot of good gentlemen banker friends in my work, and I am led to believe that none of them will soon hang a shingle on their glass door “Closed” by the board of directors. I believe in banks. We need them in many ways, and they need us as well, but I do hope that the voters will not be led to believe the depositors in the closed banks are now fighting to keep the bankers from repaying them their lost money, or even a portion of it. It sure is a wonder to the voters and tax-payers that in the winter months the senators make a desper ate fight for a raise in salary because their expenses and their time are too heavy on them, and in the spring they can well afford to leave their plows and drills, etc., and travel hundreds of miles and pay their ex penses to broadcast over KFYR to help out and keep the banks from paying back any portion of the money lost in closed banks. What a change at heart! Mr. Voter, you can do your own treking about the expenses for this work. Not all the voters are fools. If this letter does not get into the waste paper basket, I may come back again. Thanking you in advance, I am, Yours respectfully, A. J. Nathan, A loser of hard earned savings. GLACIERS SCOOPED LAKES, ANCIENT SHELLS REVEAL Urbana, 111. VP) Fresh water shells indicate how the last great glacial period built the present lakes of northern North America, says a report to the American Association for the Advancement of Science. All five of the great lakes from Superior to Ontario appear to have been dug by the glaciers. Before that time, says Frank Collins Baker, cur ator of the university’s museum of natural history, “lakes were probably generally absent, if Indeed they ex isted at all.” This was because during many mil lions of years the rivers had cut deep courses and drained the lakes. The mollusk shells support this idea of the ancient geography of the north, for they are of the river type., When the last glacier wiped out the mollusks in this territory, and then left lakes behind it, the river shell fish proceeded with alacrity to in* habit lakes.