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C. A. Mattson motored to Bismarck
Monday. F. R. Belk delivered gas in this vicinity Tuesday. Peter Davidson and daughter Hat tie visited at E. Bloomquist Wednes day evening. Elmer Bloomquist and Henry Lar son motored to the Oanes farm to get a load of oats for Mr. Larson Friday. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Roth visited' at the Elmer Bloomquist home Friday morning. Elmer Lundquist and Elmer Bloom quist went to the coal mine for a load of coal Friday afternoon. Leonard Davenport and family and Bill Anderson shopped in Bismarck Friday. S. E. CUzbe and O. J. Roth delivered sheep to McKenzie Satusday and Emil Hogies and Lee Neth delivered cattle also to McKenzie Saturday. S. E. Clizbe was a caller i£ Sterling Saturday. Pete Craig was a caller at the El mer Bloomquist home en route to Mc- Kenfie Thursday. Alan, Willis, Marian and Alice Clizbe and their cousin Eveline War ren attended the dance at the Al lensworth farm Saturday night. Mrs. Henry Larsop, Mrs. P. E. Roth, Mrs. George Hughes and Mrs. Roy Wildfang attended lodge meet ing in Bismarck Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Sg E. Clizbe took their niece Miss Evelyn Warren, who has been assisting with the housework for the last two weeks to her home near Menoken, going on to the Cap ital City to do some shopping. The school and township boards will hold a joint meeting Tuesday af ternoon. Floyd Belk’s are moving into Sterl ing today (Tuesday) as being man ager of the Farmers Union Oil station at that place makes it necessary that he be there steady. Andrew and Eddie Schauer, Willis Clizbe. Oliver Roth got two coyotes in their drive Sunday. Floyd Clizbe, Ray Crawford, and Joe Johnson of the Copelin Motor Co. at Bismarck were among the chicken hunters in this vicinity Sun day. They had dinner at the S. E. Clizbe home. Fred Habeck, Charlie Farrell, John Anderson and Porter Nelson threshed Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon '“for the Nelson boys. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ludke, Mrs. Herman Ehrke and Mrs. Geo. F. Nel son visited Tuesday at the Kruger home. NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS j Sibley Butte By MBS. ELMER BLOOMQUIST Roy Wildfang and family spent Sunday at the S. E. Clizbe home. Jake Johnson of Bismarck was a caller at the E. Bloomquist home Sun day. Leo Neth was a caller at the S. E. Clizbe home Tuesday. Fred Hedstrom was a McKenzie visitor Monday. Emil Hogue was a Bismarck shop per Monday. Menoken By MRS. JENNIE DANCE Mr. and Mrs. A 1 Amts and children of Spirit Lake, lowa, are now visiting Mrs. Amts parents, Mr. and Mis. V. M. Craven. They are also visiting other friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. George Ely and chil dren motored to Huron, S. D., Satur day to visit Mr. Ely’s sister. They returned Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Abelein visited at the R. M. Ludemann home Tues day evening. The Menoken Ladies Aid met at the A. C. Dance home Thursday aft ernoon. The ladies finished the quilt they had been working on. Mrs. Richard Salter and Mrs. A. C. Dance served lunch. Mrs. Marvin Sherman and Miss Orpha Agnew were shopping in Bis marck Thursday. A farewell program was given Fri day afternoon at the consolidated school for Miss Sara Boyd who has resigned her position as principal of the school. Miss Boyd will be prin cipal of an Indian school in lowa. Miss Margrete Olson of Jamestown will take Miss Boyds place here. P. T. A. was not held Friday eve ning as only a few members attend ed on account of inclement weather. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ely and family were shopping in Bismarck Saturday. Mrs. Edd Ebling entertained at a bridge party Saturday afternoon. High score was won by Mrs. Milton Rue of Bismarck.' A one o’clock luncheon was served. Mrs. Bertha De Groot and family have moved their household furniture and are now living in Bismarck. A. H. Klepstein assisted Mrs. DeGroot in moving. Miss Lillian Newmann, Miss Mar garete Olson are now boarding at the Park Wood home. Miss Hazel Paris of Bismarck called on Miss Nellie Dance Sunday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Yeakie and Arthur Yeakie were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Vartium Sunday evening. The Farmers Union shipped two carloads of stock Tuesday morning. Ttys* By GLADYS NELSON Mrs. Fred H&beck, Florence and Orville motored to Bismarck Tuesday on business. Geo. F. Nelson made a trip to Regan Thursday by truck hauling grain. Willie Jlras visited Wednesday night at the Geo. F. Nelson home. Charlie Farrell. Fred Hobeck, John Anderson and the Nelson boys threshed for Porter Nelson Monday and Tuesday. Glady Nelson assisted Mrs. Porter Nelson Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ludke, and son Herman and daughters Hazel and Cordelia from Sebeka, Minn., and Mrs. Herman Ehrke of Wadena, Minn., arrived here Monday by car to visit at the Geo. F. Nelson home. Mrs. Ludke is Mrs. Nelson’s sister and Mrs. Ehrke is her mother. The Surtola threshing rig finished threshing at Nels Nelson’s Monday and moved to the Albin Spangberg home. Mrs. Porter Nelson called Tuesday at the Geo. F. Nelson home to take Gladys home. Gertie Mae and Gladys Nelson. Herman and Hazel * Ludke visited Tuesday night at the Krug*, home Mir. and Mrs. Albert Ludke. Hazel Herman and Cordelia. Mr. and Mr 6. Geo. F. Nelson and family and Mrs. Hermhn Ehrke motored to Bismarck Wednesday on business and went through the penitentiary. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ludke, Hazel, Herman and Cordelia, and Mrs. Her man Ehrke returned to their homes Thursday at Wadena and Sebeka, Minn., after visitin here at the Geo. F. Nelson bbme. John Olson and Anton Fisher were callers Friday morning’ at the Geo. F. Nelson home. Mr. :.nd Mrs. John Habeck of Mc the Fred Habeck home. The patrort, of Trygg school No. 1 and the teacher, Emma Nelson, gave a surprise party Friday in honor of Florence Habeck’s 13th birthday. They served luncheon consisting of sandwiches, cake, pickles, salad and lemonade. She was presentewith a number of gifts from her school mates. Mr. and Mrs. John Habeck and Mrs. Fred Hobeck motored to Wash burn Friday where they got Helen Benn whom they wish to,adopt. Floyd Anderson came home with Mrs. Fred Habeck, Orville and Flor ence Tuesday night to get their car. He returned to Bismarck that night to attend high school. The interior of school No. 2 has been kalsomined and painted and some repairing has been done to win dows and furniture. This is much appreciated by the teacher, Elsie Cun ningham, and her pupils. Mrs. Nels nelson and Hugo Nelson made a trip to Bismarck Friday on business. Florence Habeck was an overnight guest Friday night at the John An derson home. Floyd and Irene Anderson came home from Bismarck Friday night to spend the week-end here with their parents. Arthur Magnus has been repairing wells and windmills for Wilbert Lundquist and Mr. Heddlck, south of Regan. Ben Klagenburg brought W. Ehlers, traveling immigration agent for the Soo Line, out to Trygg township Wed nesday. He was interested in making a sale of some land along the Soo Line south of Valley City. Mrs. Geo. F. Nelson received word from her mother, Mrs. Herman Ehrke, from Wadena and her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ludke. Hazel and Cordelia and Her man, that they reached Wadena safely Thursday at 3:30 o’clock. They Stated they had some wet roads to travel from Valley City to Buffalo. Donald Sheldon visited a few days this week at his uncle, Albert Vollen’s and family of this township. Mrs. Elsie Cunningham, Edward, Eva and Ruth Trygg were callers at the Arthur Magnus home last Friday after school. David Trygg threshed last week for Leonard Davenport. The Arthur Magnus boys visited at the Elmer Josephson home in Lyman township last Sunday evening. John Anderson and Floyd were callers Saturday at the Martin Nel son home where they got their gas engine. Sam Brown visited Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Fisher and family John Olson and Leonard called at the Geo. F. Nelson home Sunday en route to the Joe Fisher home. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Nelson, Ger ald and Gwendolyn were brief callers Sunday jnoming at the Fred Habeck home. • John Habeck came from McKenzie Monday and visited at the Fred Ha beck home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Habeck, Orville and Florence motored to McKenzie Saturday to get information at the depot about shipping out their car from McKenzie to Lime Creek and Fulda, Mi"'.., next Saturday. They also visited at the John Habeck home. Helen Benn from Washburn returned with them and was an overnight guest with Fred Habeck’s and re turned with John Habeck’s to Mc- Kenzie Sunday, where she attends school. X John Anderson motored to Bis marck Sunday afternoon and took Floyd and,lrene back to resume their high school duties. Donald Little and his friend called Sunday at the Nels Nelson home. Izie and Harry Brown, Joe Jiras, Donald Little and his friend Emma, and Hugo Nelson were brief callers Sunday at the Geo. F. Nelson home. Those who went roller skating at Wildwood Sunday f-om here were Emma, Hugo, Gertie Mae and Gladys Nelson, Clifford, Laurence and Don ald Little and their friend. Edith Olson, who has been em ployed at the Rudy Schrunk home while Mrs. Schrunk was oh the sick list in the St. Alexius hospital in Bis marck, came home recently. . Porter Nelson was a local caller Monday morninr at the Martin and Geo. F. Nelson homes. I Welch’s Spur I A ♦ By MRS. R. M. WELCH Mrs. Fred Rittel, who has been ill In a Bismarck hospital for several weeks, returned home the first of the week. Chester Boyd is putting up hay on the Ed Doppler farm this week. Mrs. Nieland’s little nephew and niece were absent from school Mon day on account of sickness. Mrs. Otto Dorman and son motored to Bismarck Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Dorman called at the Robert Welch home the same evening. Irvin Reed called on Robert Welch and Fred Rittel Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Welch and two little sons, Fred Rittel and Chester Boyd were Bismarck callers Wednes day. O. P. Welch finished seeding rye on his daughter’s farm near Glencoe Thursday. Wm. Bates called on Robert Welch Thursday. Chester Boyd and Arthur Bates called at the Ed Doppler home Thurs day afternoon. Oliver Welch called on at the home of his daughter, Mrs. McMurrich near Glencoe and of his son Robert Friday. Mr. Welch and son plan to do some haying together next week. The Litening Oil Co. truck from Bismarck made several calls in this vicinity Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welch and family called at the Ed Doppler home Friday evening. Lester Stahl, nephew of Mrs. John Welch, spent the week-end with his grandmother, Mrs. B. Slater, near Brittin Mr. and Mrs Robert Welch visiter st the home of Mr Welch s slater Mrs. McMurrich, near Glencoe Bur. day afternoon. Mr. Welch did some repair work on the windmill there. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Dirlam and family and MT. and Mrs. Robert Welch and two children were in Bismarck Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Welch and son Conrad visited at the Slater home near Brittin Sunday. Margaret McMurrich visited Cath erine McLean Sunday. Glender and Ralph Snyder visited the Doppler boys Sunday. Arthur Gussner and son of Bis marck called at Mrs. Sara McMur rich’s farm Sunday. Oliver Welch visited at the home of his brother, A. D. Welch, Sunday. Hugh McMurrich of Bismarck call ed on his mother, Mrs. Sara McMur rich. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welch and family called at the Sara McMurrich and Ed Doppler homes Sunday eve ning. Christiania By VIOLET A. CLARKE Mr. and Mrs. William Smith of Watertown, S. Da., spent several days here visiting relatives and friends. They returned the first of the week. Tom Smith returned with them where they will go to Minnesota to pick corn. William Smith is a brother of Tom Smith and Edward Smith Mrs. Jennie Clarke and Miss Violet called at the Christ Schoon’s home Wednesday, other callers there were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paulson and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schoon, Mr. and Mrs. Brnest Schoon and Christ Schoon attended the the Chas. Booheister farm Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Harding and Mr. Ridding were Sterling callers Saturday. George Magnus called at Mrs. Jen nie Clarke’s home Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schoon and Miss Merl Smith motored to Verona to visit with relatives and friends. They returned Sunday night. Quite a crowd attended the sale at the Chas. Booheister farm Wed nesday. Donald Laird and Raymond John son called at Mrs. Jennie Clarke’s home Friday. Lester Clark was a Sterling caller Saturday. Mrs. Jennie Clarke and Miss Violet called at Mrs. William Clark’s, Ro6coe Parker’s, Tyler Johnson’s, and Ed. Smith’s homes Thursday. Christ Schoon was a Driscoll call er Saturday. Charley Ryan of Sterling, Koscoe Parker, and Charles Harker were call ers at Mrs. Jennie Clarke's home Sunday evening. Mr. Conlein and Don Sheldon were also callers Mon day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paulson and fam ily were Bismarck callers Tuesday. Mrs. Jennie Clarke and Miss Violet entertained a number of their friends Saturday night, the evening spent in dancing and playing cards ana at midnight a lunch was served. J. R. Johnson was a Sterling caller Saturday. Mrs. Jennie Clarke and Miss Violet called at Tyler Johnson’s and H. R. Wright’s homes en route to Sterling Tuesday. Threshing in this vicinity has been delayed on account of the rain Mrs. Jennie Clarke and Miss Violet were Driscoll and Sterling callers Sat urday. ~ Martin Reddy is plowing on the W. G. Heres land. Christ Schoon had the misfortune of hurting his hand quite seriously in threshing machine Tuesday. It was not yet known whether there wete any broken bones. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Smith attended the sale at Moffit Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Stile and family were Bismarck callers Satur day. Roy and Harold Olson were Ster ling callers Wednesday. Leroy Anderson, Miss Tillie Schoon, Roy and Clarence Hansen visited at the Adolph Hansen home Wednes day evening. Carey Johnson and J. R. Johnson were McKenzie callers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. OUie Roth called at the Tyler Johnson home en route to Sterling Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Smith visited at the William Langley home Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gibson were Ster ling callers Friday. Floyd Belk and family are moving to Sterling. They are moving into the home formerly occupied by the Siebel family. Carey Johnson and J’ R* Johnson were Bismarck callers Friday. Driscoll By MRS. F. O. JOHNSON Mrs. Joe Lewis and Mrs. H. A. Knudson, project leaders of the Homemakers club, met with the lead ers of other cluhs in Bismarck Mon day. Miss Ruth Dawson of the ex tension department gave lessons in “Safer and Better Methods of Can ning and Storage of Fruits and Vege tables for the Winter” and also dem onstrated the methods of canning to the leaders who will then present the lessons to their clubs. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ruble spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Olson. Mrs. J. Riley of Sterling spent the week-end with her daughter, Mrs. Helmer Meland. Miss Susan Flath called on Mrs. Joe Gertz Sunday. Mrs. C. A. Swanson and Mrs. A 1 Chapin spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Carl Erickson. Mr*. Sarah Reynolds of Flasher visited Mrs. E. W. Wakefield from Monday to Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Van Vleet and family and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Haugen and daughter Sylvia were entertained at a 6 o’clock dinner at the Ole Quale home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Madson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Vic Peder son. Nels Meland has moved his groc ery store into the building formerly occupied by the restaurant. Mina Hanson and Valdis Knudson spent Sunday at the A. P. Rosvold home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis entertained Mr. and Mrs. A 1 Chapin and family at dinner Sunday. Harold Swanson and Harold Cady left by car Monday for lowa. The display of vegetables and fruits at McCann's store during tne past two weeks was the nucleus of a very fine exhibit held at the community hall Friday evening. Mr. Devine, commissioner ol im migration. Mr Putman, county agent and’Col. C F Mudgett. director «;cn tral of the Bank oi North Dakota were present and addressed tne audi- THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. . . ence. They stated that the display of farm products was one of the best they have viewed and several of the products the finest they had ever seen. Mr. Devine, who had just com pleted a tour displaying North Da kota produce in the states of Min nesota, lowa and Wisconsin, said our products were as good as those of the states mentioned and that we raised corn just as good as that in lowa. There was also fancy work, flowers, eggs, some canned goods and other things exhibited. The seventh and eighth grades of the school sang sev eral songs and the Driscoll band fur nished music. At the conclusion of the program the ladies of the M. E. church served supper to about 200 people. Mr. and Mrs. A 1 Chapin and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. Ole Quale and family spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Van Vleet. The meeting of the Women s For eign Missionary society which was to be held at the home of Mrs. J. R. Johnson, has been postponed until next Tuesday. A sale was held at the J. J. Jen sen farm Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Chas. Swanson spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. F. O. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Knudson, Miss Hanson and Valdis Knudson were Bismarck callers Sat’/rday. Mrs. Elwood Swanson and Miss Myrtle Knudson spent Tuesday aft ernoon with Mrs. A 1 Chapin. Mrs. Verna Nelson was elected oracle of the Sakakawea district No. 9, Royal Neighbors lodge at the an nual meeting held in Bismarck in the Odd Fellows hall Friday. Mrs. Irene Jordan was elected recorder. Next year the meeting will be held in Dris coll. Mrs. Helmer Meland and children spent Monday with Mrs. Vic 1 eder son. Mrs. Dralle and sons Ernst and Herbert of Bismarck spent Sunday with Mr.’ and Mrs. A. Eisenbeisz. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tweeten and son Kenneth of Washburn spent Sun day and Monday with Mr. and Mrs F. O. Johnson. Mrs. Geo. Haugen, Mrs. Vic Peder son and daughters Sylvia and Jackie spent Saturday with Mrs. Carl Me land. Mrs. Chas. Swanson, Mrs. M. T. Olson and Miss Della Olson spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. E. J. Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Koon were Bis marck callers Tuesday. Miss Madge Runey, county super intendent, visited school Monday. Maurice Herum was a Bismarck caller Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Berg and fam ily have moved from the farm near Arena and are living on the Ueftig place. Dorothy Omodt spent Tuesday aft ernoon and night with Helen Jack son. E. L. Hurr was a business caller in Sterling Wednesday. John Baker was a capital city call er Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Presley Gosney, son Charley, and Mrs. Chas. Gaskill, mo tored to Bismarck Wednesday. Harry Edgerly motored to Bismarck Wednesday on business. Some from here attended the C. L. Booheister sale north of Sterling Wednesday. A large crowd was pres ent, and things sold well, especially the milk cows. George W. Lewis was transacting business in Sterling Thursday. Lloyd Wildfang called at the Ernest L. Hurr home Thursday afternoon. He also called at P. M. Gosney’s on his way home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Koon are spending a few days at the P. M. Gosney home. Wilbert is helping with the corn shocking. Charley Gosney attended the fare well party at the Sterling schoolhouse Thursday, Oct. *2, for Lela Booheister and Irene Harker. Anton Oberg was a Sterling caller Friday. W. E. Runey called at the Anton Oberg farm Friday. William Langley called on Mrs. Chas. Gaskill Friday morning in re gard to her flax cutting. Mrs. Chas. Gaskill spent Firday visiting at the P. M. Gosney home. Mrs. John Baker was a Sterling caller Thursday. George Lewis, William and Lester Nieman were in Sterling Friday. P. M. Gosney called at the Ernest Hurr home Friday. Mrs. Chas. Gaskill was shopping in Sterling Thursday. Gusta Hermanson left recently for Duluth. Hanaford Fairchild was in Sterling Friday. Johnnie Baker was a town caller Saturday night. Mr. Baeth and sons Ray and Bus ter were capital city visitois Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fairchild and son Hanaford were McKenzie callers Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Benz and fam ily and Buster Baeth were capital city callers Saturday. • * James Baker was a town caller Monday. Norval Marvel called on W. E. Ru ney Monday. M. L. Lewis was a business caller in town Monday. P. M. Gosney helped George Kusch haul posts from W. E. Runey’s Monday. Mrs. Henry Swindling was a town caller Monday. Mrs. E. C. Fogarty and Mrs. Mar tin Nelson motored to Bismarck Monday. Miss Florence Gosney spent Sun day with home folks. Elmona Hurr started to school In Sterling Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swindling mo tored to Bismarck Saturday to do shopping. Mrs. Swindling is still un der the doctor’s care. < Mrs. John Baker and sons James and John, were called to Bismarck Monday night as Mrs. Roy Baker was seriously ill at the hospital. J. W. Riley from Bismarck was calling on all the voters of Taft town hip Monday. Ray Baeth called at the Carl Olson home Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nieman at tended the Booheister sale Wednes day. Rex Swindling spent Wednesday night with Johnny Kling and attend ed the Scout meeting. Mrs. W. W. Durfee spent Monday with her mother. Mrs. J. L. Baker. Floyd Belk was calling in this vi cinity Thursday. Mr and Mrs B L. Koon caPed at ti e P M Gosney heme Sunday eve ning Mrs Chas Gaskill. Mrs. P. M. Taft By FLORENCE GOSNEY Gosney and daughter Florence ac companied them back to Bismarck. Mrs. Gosney returning home on No. 8 Monday. Clara Fraccassi of Mandan spent the week-end visiting her cousin. Helen Swindling. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Parke of Bis marck, called at the George Lewis home Saturday. Herman Nieman, John Benz and Henry Swindling motored to Temvlc for flour Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis were Sunday dinner guests at the L. O. Bailey home at Moffit. L. E. Heaton of McKenzie was a business caller at the Carl Olson home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fogarty were town callers Tuesday. P. M. Gosney called at the E. L. Hurr home Tuesday night. Miss Ida HUrr was a town caller Tuesday afternoon. Anton Oberg tvas in Sterling Tues day evening. Wilson By MRS. JOHN A. BERG Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson motored to Wilton Saturday on business mat ters. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berg and fam ily motored to Bismarck Wednesday to do shopping. Ole Olsen was a caller in Wilson Monday with the Rawleigh products. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Warner motor ed to Bismarck Saturday to do shop ping. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wagner and son were Wilton shoppers Saturday. Adolph Wagner was a Washburn caller on business matters Thursday Mr. and Mrs. John Berg and daugh ter Aletha motored to Bismarck Thursday. Mrs. Berg spent the aft ernoon with Mrs. C, Rohrer while Mr. Berg attended to business matters. Mrs. Gust Neimiller is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Wolf have as their guests this week Mr. and Mrs. Ketterling of Zeeland, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. George Ketterling, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ketterling and Mr. and Mrs. Christ Wolf visited at the Fred Wise home Monday. Those that spent Sunday at the Christ Wolf home were Mr. and Mrs. John Kurlc, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kurle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neimiller, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wall, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. John J. Schlafman, Mr. and Mrs. George and Jake Ketterling of Zeeland. The Wolf young folks spent Sun day evening at the Sam Berg home. R. A. Berg motored to Washburn Saturday after some flour at the mill. Henry Gesele called at the John Berg home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Mickelson and son Wesle and Mrs. Robert Rust of Martin, N. Dak., visited at the John Berg home Saturday and Sunday. Visitors at the John Berg home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Spitzer of Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Meyer of near Turtle Lake, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rever of near Mercer, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wall, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berg and family and Charlie Rohrer of Bismarck. Mr. and Mrs. John Berg were Mer cer callers on business Tuesday. Rev. and Mrs. Alex Gering of Mc- Clusky visited at the Edward Gesele home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Wolf motored to Bismarck Friday afternoon to visit with their daughter, Mrs. Seibel. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seibold moved to Wilton where Mr. Seibold works at a moal mine. Otto Wolf and Gedon Ketterling called at the John Berg home Thurs day on business matters. Nick Prockap of Dickinson spent Tuesday forenoon at the John Berg home. Wm. Wagner’s young folks and the Wolf and Berg young folks fper.t Sunday evening at the Robert Wer ner home. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Wolf and Mr. and Mrs. George Ketterling motored to Washburn Tuesday on business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wall and Tom Wall motored to Bismarck Saturday to do shopping. Mr. and Mrs. George Ketterling and Mr. and Mrs. Christ Wolf mo tored to Bismarck. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ketterling returned to their home from Bismarck to Zeeland, N. D. | Sterling By FERN R. STEWART Henry Jessen called at the Ed Schmidkunz home Thursday. A farewell party was given for Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Booheister Thursday night at the Roscoc Parker home. Mr. and Mrs. Leese visited with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lang Sunday. Carey Johnson and Grandpa John son were McKenzie callers Friday. Clifford Olspn spent the week-end in Fargo. Mrs. Paul Lang and Mrs. Emil Lang were Driscoll callers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eizenbize of Driscoll attended the Chas. Booheister sale Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Wright were Bismarck shoppers Thursday. John Wildfang of McKenzie at tended the sale at the Chas. Booheis ter home Wednesday. Mrs. Paul Lang and Mrs. Emi! Lang called on Mrs. Harry Edgerly Mon day afternoon. The Boy Scouts met October 2. at 7:30 at the schoolhouse. Clifford Olson is scout master. A surprise farewell party was given for Irene Harker and Lela and Virgil Booheister at the schoolhouse Thurs day night. The evening was spent in dancing. Inttation of the freshman was held at the schoolhouse Friday night. There were many tricks and jokes played on the freshman by the upper classman. A good lunch was served before departing. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Booheister and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Parker called at the John Leese home Friday evening. Clifford Wright and Arvia and Ernie Eskalis were Bismarck shoppers Saturday. Selma Syversen was a town caller Sunday. Charley Gosney and Lucille Elness attended the dance at the Allens worth farm Saturday night. Ed Gibson was a town caUet Fri day. * Max Lang shipped a carload of cat tle Tuesday.' Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wahlmar and family were Wing visitors Sunday. Roy and Harold Olson were town callers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith callad on Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Langley Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson called at the Tom Stewart home Sunday. Ruth and Katherine Wagner called on Adelaide Hall Sunday afternoon. Bismarck shoppers Saturday were: E. A. Kllng, Dorothy Zuraff, Lorret ta Jacobson. H. R. Wright and son Clifford, Marion Ness, Mel Ness, Pete Schlaback, Homer Envick, Mrs. L. B. Smith, Jim Sedivic, Mrs. Wildfang and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. George Kusch, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Ness and family and Mrs. Roy Turner, were Sunday call ers at the Herman Neiman home. Mino Harms and Miss Gladys Ness called at the Oscar Anderson home Sunday. Mrs. John Sed»vic called on Mrs. Oscar Anderson Monday afternoon. Pate Schlaback and H. E. Wildfang were Bismarck callers Monday. Leroy Anderson, Roy Hansen. Clarence Hansen, and the Misses Tillie Schoon, Lela Booheister and Fern Stewart, called on Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen Wednesday evening. Ed Schmidkunz called at the Ed Freshour home Sunday. Clifford Wright was a Bismarck caller Thursday. Charlie Gosney and*Lucille Elness went to Bismarck Thursday evening after Miss Florence Gosney. Clarence Hansen and Leroy Ander sen left Sunday for Wisconsin. McKenzie By MRS. T. T. HUGHES Mrs. E. W. Anderson entertained at dinner Wednesday evening in hon or of Mr. Anderson’s birthday, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Swanick, R. D. Crum and Mrs. C. E. Crum/ Mr. and Mrs. B. W Graham of Wing accompanied by Mrs. C. E. Crum and R. D. Crum were visitors in Bis marck Monday. Quite a few from here attended the sale at the C. L. Booheister farm Wednesday. W. L. Watson Wis a caller at the T. Hughes home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Antrim moved in rooms in the W. L. Watson Tues day for light housekeeping during the winter. George Manly purchased a new sedan Wednesday. Bruce Belk of the Stair Motor Co. of Bismarck was a business caller in McKenzie Wednesday. Wendell Drawver returned home from Litchville Thursday where he has been employed by the North western Bell Telephone company. Miss Ruth Cordner, assistant principal of the high school, enter tained a few of the high school stu dents at a picnic Thursday evening. Those who attended were Gerald and Madeline Boren, Florence Envick, Sylvester McCloskey, Gladys Durfee, Claudie Ripley, Ruth Lewis, Chester Coons, William Durfee, Mary Ellen Reese, Miss Martin and Miss EUing son. They first motored to the Rocks near Wing, then returned to the Menoken grove for their picnic supper. D. B. Leathers is moving a barn from McKenzie to Sterling for H. S. Fairchild. The district convention of the Royal Neighbors which was held in Bis marck Friday was well attended. 21 of the McKenzie members attended. The officers of the McKenzie camp put on the initiation work at the eve ning session at 6:30. All mem bers from the many camps who at tended took dinner at the Patterson hotel after the evening session. The Bismarck camp served delicious re freshments to the visiting camps. The next district meeting which will be in October of next year will be held at Driscoll. The ball game which was to be played at Sterling Friday by the Mc- Kenzie and Sterling high school team was called off after the first inning had been played on account of the rain. Mrs. H. F. Pearson and sons of Bismarck visited at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Struwing and Mr. and Mrs. fid Easton from Wednesday to Sunday evening, her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewellian also of Bismarck called for Mrs. Pearson Sunday. The nine month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert returned home with Mrs. Pearson. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Fairchild of Sterling were visitors in McKenzie Saturday evening. Mrs. Fairchild was a visitor at the M. A. Doucette home. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Perry of Bis marck were Sunday visitors at the George Manly home. Emil Bibelhiemer of Braddock was a Friday visitor at the John Fuehrer home. George and Ed Fuehrer accom panied by Stanley Becklcy and Fred Flcgel of Linton motored to Long Lake Sunday on a hunting trip. Ed Easton, D. B. Leathers, George. Watson, Wayne Drawver and Paul Antrim went on a hunting trip Sun day to Long Lake. Miss Pauline Fuehrer of Sterling visited at her home here over the week-end. She also visited Mrs M. J. Belcher before returning to her work at Sterling. Among the many shoppers from here in Bismarck Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Easton and daughter Alice, Miss Rose Fuehrer and Ed Fuehrer. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Brutsman of Breien were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Belcher. Rev. G. A. Lewis and family are leaving for Ashley Wednesday, where they will make their home. Reverend Van Horn of Minot will be our new minister. George Manly made a business trip to Sterling Monday. Mrs. H. R. Raeshke was a visitor at the Miles Belcher home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Tom Hughes visited Miss Evelyn Betz Monday afternoon. Ervin Anderson flew his plane home from Bismarck pne day last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Watson and daughter Miss Esther accompanied by Miss Sanborn motored to Bis marck Monday evening where they attended the show at the Paramount theater. Miss Ruth Cordner, assistant prin cipal of the school here, moved down from Bismarck Monday morning for the winter. She is rooming and board ing at the Fred Long home. Henry Lewis and E. Van Dyne went on a hunting trip to Long Lake Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. John Cayse of St. Anthony were Monday visitors of Mi. and Mrs. Ed Van Dyne. Mrs. Cayse and Mrs. Van Dyne are sisters. A. C. 6taack of Bismarck was a McKenzie caller Tuesday. Mrs. Henry Lewis and daughter Miss Ruth were Sunday guests of Mrs. M. A. Doucette. Mrs. Lewis vis ited Mrs. Hermanson Monday. Rev. G. A. Lewis motored to Bis marck Tuesday on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Anderson of Bis marck were Sunday, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Dyne. George Whipple and family of Sanger were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Gilbert. Still By B. P. HAGSTROM The people In the community will be happy to hear of the recent mar riage of Walfred Asplund to Miss Astrid Johnson of Fergus Falls. The newlyweds are making their home on Mr. Asplund's farm near Still. Miss Jeanette Coleman who is working in the Dakota bank at Bis marck spent Sunday with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Coleman. Mrs. Morris Anderson and son Theodore and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cor nel who have spent the past year In Michigan, Illinois and other points irr the United States, returned to their former home near StiH Sunday morning. Mrs. Conrad Johnson motored to Wilton Tuesday with Carl Windmill who spent a few days at the Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson were callers of Mrs. Signe Johnson Wed nesday. Eric Pearson was a business callei in Regan Wednesday. Velma Johnson and Oliver Noon were among those*who motored to Turtle Lake Friday to attend the football game between Turtle Lake and Wilton. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson and Mrs. Signe Johnson made a business trip to Bismarck Saturday. R. C. Nelson and O. G. Hagstrom called on A. Lundberg Saturday. Anthony and Arthur Erickson mo tored to Brush Lake Saturday and remained until Sunday evening. Vernon Richard of Wilton spent Saturday and Sunday with his cousin George Johnson. Helen Broehl, and Hilda and Lillian Ghylin spent Saturday with Hilma Johnson. Martin Strand and sons are build ing a barn on the Munson place where the Albrecht family have moved. Conrad Johnson took a truck load of ducks and chickens to Wilton Sat urday for Ed Broehl. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nelson apd twins, Betty and Billy, visited Mon day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Walderman Beckman. Bert Hedstrom was a Wilton caller Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hagstrom and daughter were Sunday callers at the J. T. Johnson home. Fired Johnson called on Eric Pear son Tuesday evening. Oliver Noon called in Wilton Thursday. Clarence Johnson motored to Bis marck on Sunday., Mrs. Signe Johnson called on Mrs. Eric Pearson Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sundqulst were evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hedstrom Friday. The Rev. and Mrs. Oster and daughter Mary, of Regan, were call ers of Mr. and Mrs. Fired Johnson Tuesday evening. Anthony Erickson, Henry Rich ards, Theo. Amundson, and Fritz Johnson called on Ole Hagstrom one day last week. Wing: By LILLIE MUELLER Mrs. Harry Knowles received the sad news Sunday evening of the death of her sister, Mrs. Spencer, at Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cleveland took Mrs. Knowles to Aberdeen Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barth and chil dren, Viola, Fred and Raymond spent Sunday at the Weber home. Edith Mueller spent several days at her parental home last week during her mother’s illness. Mr. and Mrs. Riley of Steele were business callers in the Wing vicinity Monday. Lena Kraft assisted her sister, Mrs. G.' Weber, with house cleaning last week. Mr. and Mrs. I. Kremenetsky and daughter spent Wednesday and Thursday at Bismarck. H. Beall and family of Bismarck were business callers in Wing Sunday. Mrs. E. E. See entertained a few young girls at a birthday party Sun day, held at her home, in honor of her daughter Maxine’s 13th birthday. The afternoon was spent in playing games. Josie Olson assisted at the Boyton ranch the first few days of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Fryer spent a few days at the James Olson home. Rev. Christ of Wilton conducted church services In the Wing Congre gational church Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Wagle spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cumber in Jamestown. Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCloskey mo tored to Wilton Sunday to see a doc tor about their daughter's leg. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Davis and chil dren and Mrs, John Harty were Bis marck callers Saturday. Mrs. Davis and infant daughter left for Killdeer where they will visit relatives for a week. Mrs. Lewis Larson of Sterling was a guest at the E. S. Larson home last W66k. The Wing high school held an initi ation party at the school Friday eve ning The evening was spent in playing game* and a lunch was served at midnight Jake Leno of Arena visited at the Christ Berg and Jake Hein homes Sunday. Rev. R. E. Struts of Jamestown was an over-night guest at the Berg home Sunday. Edith Mueller. Richard and Arthu** Weber spent Sunday afternoon at fcne E. "Larson home. Sunday visitors at the Ben Klag enburg home were Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Shnar and daughter Frances and E. J. Simar, Sr., all of Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spitzer and daughter Irene and son Willis and Lawrence Spitzer, ail of Bismarck. Mrs. Christ Berg entertained a number of friends at a surprise birth day part, for Mr. Berg at her home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bossart spent Sunday at the Jake Wagner home. Mr. and Mrs. I. Kremenetsky and daughter spent Sunday afternoon visiting at Tuttle. A large crowd attended the birthday surprise party held for E S. Larson ,1 Seailon and Mrs. Albert Little at the hall Thursday. The evening vas spent in dancing and a acii-lons lunch was served at midmgnt* Mrs. Ged. Piepkc r. was a Sunday afternoen visitor with Mrs. R. J. Bleth. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oswald were Sunday evening callers at the Mueller home. Mabel Olson spent the week-end at her parental home in Wing. Sh<* is attending high school in Bismarck L F. Lytle returned to his horn* Monday after spending + he pas; month visiting with relatives and old friends in Ohio | Hampton By ELIZABETH KOPPY Frances Chesrown went to Linton Tuesday. Frank Lawler purchased several hogs from Rennie Buck Wednesday. Earl Smith called at the “Ted’’ Lawler home Wednesday. Herman Backhaus was a business caller in Lonton Tuesday. Mrs. Steve Koppy and son Matn were shopping in Bismarck Wednes day afternoon. James Andrus of Bismarck was a business caller in this vicinity Friday. Francis Chesrown went to Linton Friday. Joe Fettig of Linton delivered gas oline to farmers in this vicinity Fri day forenoon. Roscoe Bowman and son were business callers in Temvik Thursday. John, Fred and Herman Ohlhauser were hunting prairie chickens Sun day. Mrs. Busby and son Ferman, Leon ard Logue and son Floyd went to Linton Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schiermeister and daughters visited at the Godfrey Grenz home Sunday. Wally and Jake Schiermeister and Henry Knittel visited at the Morford home Sunday afternoon. Math Koppy and Wally Schier meister visited at the Jake Schier meister home Sunday evening. Frank Chesrown and son Francis motored to Linton Monday after noon. Math Koppy was a business caller at the Busby home Monday forenoon. Leonard Logue, who is working for Ferman Busby, went to his home at Linton Monday. Several farmers are delayed with threshing in this locality on account of rains we are recently having. Frank Lawler went to Livona Sun day. — •" £ Painted Woods J By MRS. OLE LILLEFJELD Mr. and Mrs. Frank Erickson and son Ernest spent the week-end at the Andrew Nelson home. Frank also went on a hunting trip Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Lillefjeld and baby, Mary Ann, spent Sunday after noon visiting at the Joe Brostrom home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown called at the Wm. Brown home Sunday. Mrs. Clifford Hanson, Miss Flor ence Franklund and Hazel Peterson and Clarence Franklund motored to Minot Sunday to meet Clifford Han sen, who was on his way home from his father's funeral in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Elias Lillefjeld and son Gerald spent Saturday at the Ole Lillefjeld home. Mr. Lillefjeld and Gerald also called at the Andrew Nelson home. Iver Erickson and Arthur Dasn strom are threshing for Andrew Nel son this week. Anton Nelson left for Chicago, Illi nois, Wednesday. He spent most of the summer at home with his folks. He will seek employment in Chicago. Mrs. Lester Brown helped Mrs. Fred Brown cook for threshers Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brostrom and children called at the A. R. Brosticm home Sunday evening. Carl Carlson called on Dick Ivef son Sunday. He had moved his threshing machine on Mr. Iversons land the day before. Andrew Nelson was a Wilton call er Thursday morning. Misses Noreen and Hope Hanmiield called at the Clifford Hansen home Friday evening. Elias Lillefjeld spent Thursday at the Ole Lillefjeld home. Regan By BURDELLA B. HELGESON The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Oct. 9th in the Log Cabin. All members are urged to attend as there are several important business matters to be taken up. Mr. and Mrs. L. Hopkins were din ner guests at the J. Fisher home Sun day evening. Russel Hopkins motored to Harmon Sunday where he visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Helgeson and Miss Gladys Burdette were guests at the home of Mrs. Ingabore Rasmus son near Driscoll, Sunday evening. A. H. Lundberg returned from Montana, Saturday. G. J. Stewart, who has made his home in Regan for the past two years, left for Linton Saturday, where he will be employed in the Red Owl store. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ruble of Driscoll were guests at the A. H. Helgeson home, Wednesday evening. Wm. Danielson spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Danielson. Mrs. Reka Manning and son, Earl, planned to leave Tuesday of this week for a two weeks visit with rela tives and friends in South Dakota and lowa Lila and Ethel Hendrickson, Andy Games, Richard Rhines. Ella SchjH- I ing and Malinda Manning spent the week-end at their homes in Regan Mr. and Mrs. L. Hopkins were Bis marck callers Tuesday. Miss Marie Huber, candidate tor county superintendent, called on •friends here Saturday. - * L. Kelly, candidate for sheriff, was a business caller here Friday. Don, Dan, Marius, Burleigh and Mayland Christenson, who have been working here for the past month, left for their home in Ellendale. Minn., Sunday. Mayland will return some time this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Kelly were guests at the Clarence Scott home Sunday evening. The dance was postponed last fette urday evening because of the bad roads and the rain. However, there will be a dance in the Log Cabin, Saturday, Oct. 11, given by the Amer ican Legion Auxiliary. The Hessian fly, farm scourge, in creased 50 per cent in Ohio last vear, according to the Ohio State Univer sity agricultural college.