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NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS ❖ | Frances I <> —— —»:« By MRS. WALTER DIETZMAN Jake Merkle called at the Tebbo Harms and also at the McCormick homes Monday. John Glum called at the Dietzman home Monday afternoon. Prank f/achal was a business caller at the Owen home Monday evening. Louis Owen spent Tuesday night with Edwin Dietzman. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Shrunk and family, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Fisher and family, Mrs. John Olson and children. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson and family spent Thanksgiving evening at the Jos Fisher home. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dietzman were shoppers in Bismarck Tuesday. En route home they stopped at the F. L. Owen home. Joe Fisher took a load of feed to Bismarck Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Madland and son David of Pembina, N. D., arrived here Wednesday to visit with friends and relatives over Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Dietzman and son Edwin and Miss Gladys Tooker were entertained to dinner at the Ed. Gib son home Thanksgiving day. Lawrence Madland and family were callers in Bismarck Saturday afternoon. Miss Molly Glum, who is attending high school at Hazelton, came home Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with her parents. Miss Margaret Olson, teacher of ihe West Sibley school, spent her Thanksgiving vacation with her par ents at Jamestown. Cedric Craig was a shopper in Bismarck Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bloomqulst and son were callers at the Elmer Lundquist home Sunday. * * | Hazlegrove | By MRS. ROY HAZLEGROVE Clifford Morresette was a supoer guest Monday night at the Ray Hazlegrove home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hazlegrove were in Tuttle on business and shopping, and they also called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gray Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gray were shopping in Tuttle Tuesday. They also were in Robinson. Mrs. Ray Hazlegrove accompanied them. Clifford Morrisette and Bernard Swett were in Tuttle Tuesday. John Goldsmith was in Tuttle Tuesday. Mrs. Emma Virgin is now residing in Tuttle. Lawrence and Ruth Thie lins are boarding with her. Dr. Linker of Goodrich was called to the Joe Goldsmith home re cently on account of Mrs. Joe Gold smith and Vernol Goldsmith both having a relapse from scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson were in Tuttle Tuesday and also Hans Jacobson. There was a program and pie so cial at the Bert Granville school Fri dav night. Miss Alyce Mclntyre and Irene Kraft called at the Hazlegrove home Monday. Mrs. A. Gueran and son were in Tuttle Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Itay Hazlegrove were shopping in Wing Thursday. Mrs. Hazlegrove called on Mrs. John Harty while in town, and Mr. and Mrs. Hazlegrove also stopped in Arena and also called at the Carrie Kraft home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Glenville were shopping in Wing Thursday. Mrs. Clyde Harvey and Mrs. Jim Olson were callers Thursday at the John Harty home in Wing. Orvie Bailey and also Frank Walker were in Wing Thursday. Otto Rachel was in Arena Thurs day afternoon. Mrs. John Broze and son Otto were shopping in Wing Thursday. George Anderson was a business caller in Bismarck Thursday. Miss Opal Harvey gave a party at her school Monday, November 17. There was a fairly large crowd. Miss Opal Harvey is now boarding at the Ed Clonde home. Fred Smith was in Wing on busi ness Thursday. Bernard Swett is staying on the place where Herbert Swetts lived this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Swett and family are now living in Hurdsfield for the winter. Miss Ottilia Broze and her brothers were guests last Sunday at the Car rie Kraft home, also Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kraft and family. Peter Remick and family have rented and moved on to the farm owned by Mr. and Mrs. Win Ennis southeast of Goodrich. We hope they will like their new home. By MRS. JOHN A. BERG Philip Wall motored to Bismarck Tuesday to visit with his brother, Gottlieb Wall, who is a patient at the Bismarck hospital. He under went an operation for appendicitis and is reported doing fine. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Wolf spent Monday and Tuesday with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. John J. Schlofman. Among the Wilton shoppers Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wagner, Sam Berg and daughter Herda. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Wolf and son Otto, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wagner and the Redingtons. Mrs. Louisa Lange has as her guest Mrs. John Oshanyk of Wilton and daughter Lou Jane. Mrs, Gottlieb Wall and Mrs. Kathrme Baker motored to Bis -2> a rck Tuesday to visit with Mrs. Walls husband. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berg and fam ily visited at the Wm. Wagner home. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Hintz of Martin spent the week-end at the Berg and Fred Wagner home. School No. 2 in Wilson township held a Thanksgiving program and basset social, which was well at tended. Mr- and Mrs. Adolph Wagner and ron Melvin spent Monday evening at the Lewis Wagner home. Miss Hilda Wolf and Miss Alma Berg are on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wall and sons ie.’hard and Marvin and cousin , om Wall motored to Wishek, N. D.. ! J , 5? y ’ wh ® r .® they will spend a week istt.ng relatives. n5 is L G i ace N elson called on Mrs. .Wednesday on business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Warner vis ited at the Christ Wolf home Tues aav evening. wi?f hr l A ‘ called at the Christ home Wednesday morning on business matters. E. Nelson and daughter, Grace, rex lton Tu “ day to <•“ Chrtt 5 JS, r . da u Ber * callcd at the Christ Wolf home Mondav ?* rg cal Led at the F. G. Red matfers home Thurs day on business Mrs ; J? ustave Neimiller fuf spent Tuesday evening at Cbngt Neimiller home. »riipVHot,^ youn S folks spent SShST" at the Adol(,h °* this commodity Thnn?Sn l H fU *l eral ° f Miss Edith daUghter <* Mr and Mrs. Rich & rd Thompon. Besides her par ents she leaves a brother to mourn § 4? | > Wilson her loss. Miss Thompson was 21 years old and had been a teacher of rural schools for the last three years, near Mercer. I Clear Lake I •> « By MYRTLE CHRISTENSEN Mr. and Mrs J. W. Beyers were shopping In Bismarck Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paulsen and family spent Saturday evening visit ing with Mrs. Paulsen’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Scboon. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen en tertained Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Bassen and family Saturday evening at supper. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaffer. Mr. and Mrs. O'Brian. L. B. Olson, Buddy Hargrave and Allen Morse spent Saturday evening at the Vernon Erenden home. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Van Vleet were Sunday callers at the E. A. Van Vleet home. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Olson visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson. Mrs. Adolph Hansen called on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Schoon, Monday. Allen Van Vleet assisted his father to pick turkeys Monday. Grandma Klucksdahl* passed away Tuesday evening, after a lingering illness, at the home of her son, Peter Klucksdahl of this vicinity. Funeral services will be held from the Zion Lutheran church Friday. Henry Olson motored to Wing Wednesday. The program and ribbon social at Clear Lake school No. 1 Wednesday evening, given by Miss Jennie Waiste and her pupils, was enjoyed by all present. A short play was also given at the close by Miss Lillian Hall, Miss Jennie Waiste. Paul Paslay, Olaf Olson, Arnold Christensen, Valdemar Lein and Joseph Rice. At the close of the program the ribbons were sold and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson enter tained the following Thanksgiving day to a goose dinner: Mrs. Mary Hurley and family of Bismarck, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beyer and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Olson, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neiman. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Schoon had as their Thanksgiving day guests Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Scnoon, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paulsen and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Paslay took Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Belile. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hammer had as their Thanksgiving guests Mrs. Marie Clausen and sons Olaf, Erllng and Raider. Wild Rose ] By MRS. H. BROWNAWELL Marvin and Harold Swanson, who have been making an extended motor trip the past month to points south and east, returned home from St. Paul in time to spend Thanksgiving with the home folks. They had a trying experience in the bad snow storm Wednesday. Miss Maxine Burnsides spent the Thanksgiving vacation at her home in Bismarck. Miss Louise Riedman of Moffit visited Miss Helen Skramstad at the H. A. Carlisle home Saturday. Thor Naaden of Braddock shipped several loads of hogs from this vic inity to the cities Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Snyder and Miss Helen Brownawell of Bismarck, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brownawell and little daughter Joyce and Miss Louise Riedman of Moffit were guests at the W. H. Brownawell home Thanksgiving day. Miss Ada Saville who teaches in Kidder county spent the Thanksgiv ing vacation with the home folks. A number of friends and neighbors had a surprise party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Saville Sunday afternoon. The occasion being in honor of their silver wedding anniver sary. A set of silver knives ami forks were presented the happy couple. Aft er an appetizing lunch the guests de parted promising to come again to their golden wedding anniversaiy. Jack Koreny arrived at the O. B. Swanson home Sunday evening with his car on his way to visit his broth er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Jawaski. Menoken ] ♦ By MRS. JENNIE DANCE The bam on the Charlie Feller farm burned down. Royal Thomas, i enter on the farm, lost quite a few hogs, three sets of harness and other articles. Mr. Thomas had no in surance. Mrs. Henry Herrmann and two children, Richard and Lois, of Rutherford, N. J., is now visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ludemann. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ludemann, Mrs. Henry Herrmann and two chil dren were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Yeakle Saturday evening. The ladies’ aid met at the home of Mrs. Richard Salter Monday and at the home of Mrs. Ed Ebling Fri day to finish quilts and aprons for the coming sale. Miss Luella Tollofsen entertained four tables of bridge at the Ralph Ishmael home Saturday evening. High score was won by Ralph Ish mael and Miss Alice Klepstein. The Menoken ladies’ aid will serve a chicken chow mein dinner Friday, December 12, beginning at 5:30. The menu consists of chicken chow mein,' rice, pickles, rolls, jelly, pie and cof fee, which will cost 50 cents, children under 12 25 cents. be a sale of aprons and two hand pieced quilts. Pop corn and candy will also be sold. Henry Hansen spent several da vs visiting at the G. N. Varnum home. He left Monday for Cromwell. Minn. Enroute he will visit at Ellendale. Mr. and ' Mrs. Otto Avers enter tained at dinner Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Abelcin and fam ily, Mr. Percy Freeman and Mrs. Francis Muth of Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dance and family enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner at the W. J. Dobson home in Bis marck. Mrs. Henry Herrmann and chil dren of Rutherford. N. J.. M - vie! Mrs. R. M. Ludemann, Mr. and Junkert of Bismarck, Mies Eji?l Fisher of Bismarck. Anihon Knoll of Mandan spent Thanksgiving day at the A. H. Klepstein home. r Elmer Klepstein. who is attending the university at Grand Forks, snent Thanksgiving vacation with his par ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Klepstein. A Thanksgiving dance was held in the town hall by R. G. Abelein and Wm. Johnson. Miss Blanche Stewart, primary grade teacher, who has had an operation for appendices, was dis charged from the St. Alexius hos pital Saturday and went to her home in Valley Citv. Miss Stewart expects to begin teaching again next week. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin A°mew and lamily were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Knoll Thanksgiving , E. O. Murray of Hebron visited his daughter, Mrs. C. D. King. Saturday night, and Sunday. Miss Ida Newamann. intermediate grade teacher Thanksgiving day visiting Mrs. Bertha Smith. Miss Margurete Olson, principal and high school teacher, went to James town to visit her parents. Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Olson. The five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Faye Salter has been on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Welch enter tained at dinner Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Welch and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Ely and fam ily and Miss Pearl Salter spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Salter. Mrs. Howard Jones and little son Stanley of Turlock, Calif., is now visiting her sister, Mrs. C. D. King. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. King enter tained during Thanksgiving vaca tion their two sons Vernon, who attends Fargo college, and Cyril of Sioux Falls, S. D., and Mrs. E. O. Murray and daughter, Miss Mabel, of Hebron. N. D. Miss Bernice Hansen, Orville and Henry Hansen were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Varnum Thanks giving day. • ■ ■ » I Florence Lake I ♦ —A By HELEN WITT Arthur Tees and John Witt were Wing shoppers Monday afternoon. Henry McClusky delivered gaso line in this community this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Glanville were over-night guests at the Herman Seilinger home Monday. Bad roads prevented the ladies from this community from attending the Homemakers’ club that was held at the G. Hubbel home in Wing Fri day, Mrs. Ralph Halver was on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Seilinger and son Earl and Mrs. Mary Walters spent Tuesday afternoon and even ing at the Henry Seilinger home.' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and fam ily were Wing shoppers Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. Glanville called at the Ralph Halver home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ed Larson returned home Thursday after spending the past two weeks visiting relatives in Minne apolis. Andrew Neiters worked at the Joe Sea lion home a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tees and son were supper guests at the J. Witt home Monday. Alec Swint and Adolph Degner motored to Wing Monday afternoon. Mrs. J. E. Witt was a dinner guest at the Fred Smith home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. Glanville spent Saturday afternoon- at the Henry Seilinger home. Mr. and Mrs. John Witt were sup- Ser gutets at the Arthur Tees home unaay. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seilinger and Mr. and Mrs. M. Glanville spent Monday afternoon at the Herman Seilinger home. Mrs. Arthur Tees and son Junior spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ralph Halver. Mrs. J. E. Witt spent Wednesday afternoon at the Joe Scallon home. Braddock By MBS. E. F. SAVAGE The club is writing their club his tory. The first two years has been completed and read now. The ladies’ aid of the M. E. Church met with Mrs. Aarvig Satur day afternoon, November 29. Ten members and seven visitors were present. The afternoon was spent in planning for the bazaar and dinner, shi5 hi®h will be held Saturday in the Slem hall. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next aid meeting will be with Mrs. Martini. J. G. De France was a passenger to Mandan Saturday afternoon to resume his duties with the Manrtnn Credit Co., from which place he was called home by the recent storm. Mrs. Howard Balk left on the train Saturday for Minneapolis, where she will join her husband in visiting friends and relatives, after which they will return to Braddock to spend the Christmas vacation at Mrs. Balk’s home. On account of the bad roads and ®old weather several of the school children who have been driving to school have rented rooms and are nw living in town. Savilles have lented rooms at the Stockburger home, and Edholms have rented rooms belonging to Mrs. Baxter over the drug store. Th* Braddock Shipping Associa tion shipped stock to the cities Saturday morning. Thore Naaden accompanied them down. Frank Eckery returned home Wed nesday to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. F. J. Zettmer. Miss Maxine Plath and Sandy Macdonald returned to Davenport. N. D., Monday after a several days’ visit at the H. K. Jungo home. A fine baby boy was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Linden Wednesday, November 19, at the home of Mrs. Linden’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Schlosaer. Mr. Warner Sempel was a pas senger to Bismarck Tuesday. The directors of the Braddock Equity Exchange met in a business session Wednesday. There was no school in Braddock Friday so as to give teachers and pupils who had gone home for Thanksgiving a longer vacation. Mrs. Can Spltzer and little daughter Merced of Kintyre are visiting with Mrs. Spitzer’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Barton. Mr. O’Brien of Bismarck, receiver ior the closed banks here, spent Fri day and Saturday in Braddock attending to his official business. Mr. James Ryan and sister, Miss Cecil, came down Thursday and had Thanksgiving dinner with the rest of their family at the Art Button home. They returned to Bismarck cn the afternoon train. Arden Vie, who is teaching in the August Carlson school, snent Thanksgiving at his home he r M. Fetterley arrived home Friday fiom his m.m m the valley. He reports that they have more snow there than here. The Braddock friends of Rev. and Mrs. Brown of Steele. N. D., were very sorry to hear of their auto ac cident near Menoken on their way from Steele to spend Thanksgiving with friends in Bismarck. Rev. Brown assisted Rev. Kinder in a series of special meetings in Brad r.ock last spring, and has many sin cere friends here who sympathize with them in their trouble and wish them a speedv recovery. We are pleased to report that Mrs. Fred Fockler. who lias been very ill during the past week, is on the way tc recovery. The Woodman circle, which was scheduled to meet with Mrs. Fockler on Wednesday. Decem ber 3, will meet with Mrs. Aarvig in Braddock. Friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Saville met at their home west of Braddock Sunday afternoon to help them celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of their wedding day. They were happilv sur prised by the presentation to‘them of a nice chest of silverware. Mr. and Mrs. Vie and children -Pent Thanksgiving in Napoleon • as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shafer and fem’iv. Miss Ethel Mandigo, who is teach ing south of Hazel ton. rode over Saturday morning to spend the week-end with home folks. Miss Kathryn Bundell returned to Washburn Saturday afternoon after spending the Thanksgiving vacation with her mother and sister here. Mr. J. A. Allensworth was a nas senger to Bismarck Tuesday after noon. returning home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. j. x. Allensworth and .family and Mr. and Mrs. R. Aarvig THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1930 and family had Thanksgiving din ner at the Rennie Barth home. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Weber were between-train passengers to Napo leon Thursday, where Mrs. Weber was having dental work done. Adolph Feyereisen, who has been engaged in working with the Mid land construction crew at Bowman, N. D., returned home Wednesday to visit with his mother, Mrs. Kate Feyereisen, and the family. Miss Amy Brudevold of -the teach ing staff spent the Thanksgiving va cation with friends in Bismarck. Steiber By MRS. JOHN E. ZELMER Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stelnert were Regan callers Saturday. Ted Hochhalter Is staying at John Zelmer’s place for a couple days. Mr v and Mrs. John Zelmer were Regan shoppers Saturday evening. Jake Hochhalter Is hauling coal for Wm. Stelnert. Ted Hochhalter and John Zelmer were visitors at Jake Hochhalter’s home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Zelmer and daughter, Doris ' May, were visiting their folks Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stelnert and Jake Hochhalter and Theovold Schaffer were dinner guests at John Zelmer’s place Sunday. Ted Hochhalter visited at the Philip Wahl place Sunday. Philip Zelmer and son Edwin mo tored to Regan Monday on business. Mr. Oder and son Marvin hauled hay Monday. Jake Hochhalter and Wm. Stelnert were callers at John Zelmer’s place Tuesday morning. Ted Hochhalter motored to Regan Tuesday morning. Ecklund ) By JUSTINE MORRIS Bennie Anderson delivered tur keys in Bismarck Tuesday. Marian Morris visjted at the Henry Sundquist home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Anderson and daughter Betty visited at the Emil Hilken home Wednesday. Adam Herdebu was a caller at the T. F. Morris home Wednesday. Levi Anderson made a trip to Still Wednesday morning. Marian Morris visited with Mrs. Wallace Anderson Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Anderson vis ited at the A. F. Anderson home Wed nesday morning. H. A. McCullough hauled coal the forepart of the week. George Rosenbeck and daughter, Mrs. Enoch Carlson, called at the M. C. Anderson home Saturday. Bennie and Levi Anderson visited at the T. F. Morris home Sunday. Vernal Anderson visited over Saturday at the M. C. Anderson home. . T. F. Morris and son Donald were overnight guests Thursday with rel atives near Bismarck. Levi Anderson was a caller iq Wil ton Saturday night. I Welch’s Spur | • ♦ By MRS. R. M. WELCH Fred Rittel called on Robert Welch Monday. He has been having considerable trouble with his saw engine and had Mr. Welch go over it for him. Robert Welch called at the home of his brother, John, Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Doppler dressed turkeys Monday. Ralph Snyder and Lawrence Doppler assisted. Oliver Welch motored to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ruth Mc- Murrich, Tuesday. In the afternoon he and his grandson, Kenneth Johnston, delivered some geese in Bismarck. Mrs. Ed Doppler and son Lawrence motored to Bismarck Tuesday to deliver turkeys. Miss Alice Carlson called for Mrs. John Nieland at the Robert Welch home Wednesday evening. The two teachers spent the rest of the week at their homes so that the children enjoyed several days of Thanksgiv ing vacation. Lawrence Doppler, accompanied by Ills sister, Mrs. Robert Welch, and son Bobbie, motored to Bismarck Wednesday. They called for Clarence Doppler, Paul Snyder, and Stanley McCurdy In Menoken on their re turn. Mr. and Mrs. John Welch and little nephew, Lester Stahl, were in Bismarck Wednesday. Several of the young people of this vicinity attended the dance in Menoken Thursday evening. Ralph Snyder called on Clarence Doppler Thursday evening. Horace Dirlam motored to Bis marck Friday. Niel Funston called at the home of his sister, Mrs. C. K. Boyd, Wednes- a julius Dorman and son William called at the Otto Dorman home Friday. Otto Ayers, mall carrier from Menoken, has divided his route in half after the storms and drives a team. The Spur gets their mail on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. I Schrunk | * ♦ By MARGARET MARCHANT Jacob Wentz motored to Bismarck Tuesday to bring back Mrs. Chris Wentz from the St. Alexius hospital. Gustaph Witt spent Wednesday evening at the R. G. Marchant home. This community was saddened Wednesday when the many friends of George Piepkom learned of his death which occurred at the Bis marck hospital. Mrs. Piepkom and family have the sincere sympathy of this community. Herman Neiters was a Wing caller Saturday afternoon. Edwin Triebwasser called at the Wm. Witt home Wednesday to get his cousin, Mrs. Chris Wentz, and family. David Hien was a Wing caller Saturday afternoon. Clyde Harvey, our mail carrier, didn’t come Friday on account of the roads being impassable. Gust and Emil Witt called at the Ray Marchant and .Thomas Norah homes Saturday. Delmer McClellan called at the Herman Neiter’s home Saturday. Albert Neiters called at the Mar chant home Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Witt spent Wed nesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Marchant. Delmer McClellan was in Wing Saturday. Andrew Neiters is working for Joe Scallon this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Marchant call ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Witt Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Marchant mo tored to Wing Monday afternoon. The many friends of Adolph Hietz man of McClusky will be very sorry to hear of his death, which occur led Sunday. Mr. Hietzman was well known in this community and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. We extend our sincere sym pathy to the bereaved family. Emil and Gustaph Witt were at the Herman Neiter’s home Saturday. Thanksgiving guests at the R. G. Marchant home were: Mr. and Mrs John Witt and Herman Neiters. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Marchant and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Witt A ttcr r th r “■ ''(J rtO'nooyf of the Wing Opera hou e , Thursday evening. f Estherville * * — * By MRS. ROY LITTLE Joe Keifer returned home Tuesday from Florida, where he has spent tne past several months. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Michelsen were Regan shoppers Tuesday. Alvin Manning and John Boschee were Bismarck and Mandan callers Tuesday., Mr. and - Mrs. Roy Little were Regan callers Tuesday. They also called at the J. F. Little home. Among the Regan callers Wednes day were Cecil Elkins, George Mowder, George Michelsen, Harry Davenport, and Gene and Norman Little. George Michelsen transacted busi ness in Wilton Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Kelley spent Tuesday evening at the Carl Berg home. Mrs. Earl Mowder and daughter Edith were Friday visitors at the G. O Lindsey home. Marie Schilling, who is in training at the St. Alexius hospital, spent the week-end at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Michelsen were Regan shoppers Saturday. Joe Keifer was a guest at the Carl Berg home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berg, and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Watkins attended the dancing party at the Clarence Scott borne Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Watkins and son John and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson and daughter of Still at tended the show “Check and Double Check” at Bismarck Thursday after noon. Olaf and Joe Wold wire Saturday evening visitors at the Roy Little home. Cecil Elkins and Ole Wold motored to Bismarck Thursday. They return ed home by train Friday morning, having to leave their car on account of the disagreeable weather. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Watkins and son John were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Roy Little home. Norman Little spent Saturday night with Loyd Knudson. ❖ Lein I Lein By OLGA M. RISE Mr. and Mrs. Ole Spilde and son Einar visited at Isaac Botnem’s Sunday. Mrs. Geo. Christianson visited at B. N. Lein’s Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Barkman and daughter Dotty motored to Steele Tuesday. A. H. Meland and son Ernest of Driscoll called at Ole Spilde’s Mon day. Shoppers in Driscoll Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rise and son Joseph, Art BJorhus and Gale Birke land. Ole Spilde and son Einar attended the Sons of Norway meeting in Driscoll Thursday evening. Clifford Birkeland, Rudolph Kluks dahl and Lewis Vik, who has been in Minnesota, South Dakota and Nebraska working the past month, returned home Monday evening. Katherine Lein spent Sunday even ing with her friend Alice Vik. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Barkman and daughter Dotty spent Monday even ing at the Henry Neiman home. Selma, Joseph Rise. Nina Waiste and Valdemar Lein visited with Olga, Arthur and Clarence Rise at the John Fields’ home Sunday evening. Paul Pasley was a caller in this vicinity Tuesday afternoon. Ruble Arneson spent Tuesday evening with Clara Rise. Eddie Arneson motored to Bis marck Monday, returning Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Arneson vis ited at the Peter Kluksdahl home Sunday. There will be a program and basket social in the M. A. Lien school Tues day evening, December 2, at 8 o’clock. Everybody welcome. Arnold Christianson called at Art Bjorhus Wednesday morning. Joseph and Selma Rise accom panied by Alfred Arneson, motored to wing Monday afternoon. Einar and Knut Spilde called at Joe Rise's and Alfred Ameson’s Monday evening. Joseph Rise, Art Bjorhus, Arnold Christianson, Marvin Berg, Harry Helgeson, Ole Spilde and son Knut motored to Driscoll Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Arneson, Ed die and Alice Arneson spent Satur day evening at Joe Rise’s. Olaf Olauson, Jennie Waiste, Paul Pasley, Lillian Hall, Valdemar Leiq, Joseph Rise, Arnold Christianson and Eddie Arneson practiced 8 nlay In Lein school No. 1 Sunday after noon. • Baldwin By FLORENCE BORNER Rev. Fred W. Christ of Wilton will hold services in the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon, December 7, beginning at 3 o’clock. A cordial invitation is extended all to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ryberg an nounce the birth of a son at the Bismarck hospital last Thursday. Mrs. Ryberg and baby are convalesc ing nicely and will be home next week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Poole and family spent Thanksgiving day with rela tives in Bismarck. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Rupp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fredolen Rupp and daughter, Frances, and Miss Etta Rupp of Bismarck were Thanks giving guests at the Fred Wood home. Laurence Stolks of Cromwell was a recent caller in town. Mr. Stocks has purchased the farm owned by Martin Bourgois near the Crofte schoolhouse and will take possession next spring. This farm has been rent ed by the John Risch family for several years. The farm occupied by Mr. Stocks is owned by Mr. Stock's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fulton Nelson, who are returning at an early date from Cyliner, lowa, where they have resided the past year. tyiss Etta Rupp of Bismarck is spending a few days with local relatives. Mrs. Roy Lewis, who left here re cently for the Twin Cities, has ac cepted a position in Minneapolis. John Herderbu transacted business in the capital city Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Meyers and family, accompanied by Harvey Graham, Mrs. Meyers’ father of Moffit, arirved here Friday after noon to spend a few days with rela tives in the community. Mr. Graham will remain here and make his home with the W. C. Gehrke family during the winter months. Ernest Rupp spent a few days of the past week in Bismarck with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rupp. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bliss have re turned to their home in South Da kota after spending a few days with old-time friends in the" Baldwin com munity. They are former residents of this locality. Mrs. Harry Bjelland and children, Vernice and Orland, have returned home from Bismarck, where they spent a few days with relatives. Misses Judith and Gladys Barsth mass. who have been spending some time here with their sister. Mrs. i Alvin Nordstrom, and family, are leaving soon for their home at Rose glen. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Peterson spent Thanksgiving with their daughter, Mrs. Fred Kent, and family. Willie Bomer and son Willie of Arnold were recent callers In town. r.le Willie is attending school south of Arnold this year. Last year he was a student in the local schools. Miss Ruby Williams left for her home in Washburn Thursday after having spent several weeks in the Baldwin community. E. A. Fricke has returned home from a few days’ business trip to the Twin Cities. Mrs. C. V. Anderson, who has Just taken an advanced course in art painting, is preparing a number of beautiful pictures to be exhibited dur ing the holiday season, Ted Burkhart has moved from the farm owned by the Patterson land company, east of Baldwin, to a farm in Burnt Creek township. Driscoll By MRS. F. O. JOHNSON Ted Hindemith of Bismarck spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. Adam Eisenbelsz, Mrs. H. A. Knudson was a bis marck caller Tuesday. Mrs. Ingeborg Rasmussen spent the week-end in Driscoll. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swanson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mel and, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Haugen gr>d Mr. Ersland at a 5 o’clock dinner Sunday, Miss Dagmar Rosvold is spending some time with Valdis Knurson Mr. and Mrs. A 1 Chapin spent Sat urday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Van Vleet. Bill Van Vleet motored to Fargo Monday. Miss Hazel Nelson spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Nelson. Mrs. Fred Jordan, Mrs. M. Lunn, Mrs. Geo. Haugen and Mrs. Vic Pederson spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Carl Meland. Mrs. Seldon Bry and Mrs. Frank Schaffer called on Mrs. Wm. Van Vleet Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCann enter tained at dinner Sunday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Knudson, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bruschwein and the Misses Hanson, Ortman, Nettle ton and Grenz. Mrs. Adam Eisenbelsz is visiting her daughter in Bismarck. Mrs. Ed. Madson spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. vie Pederson. Ole Hatle left for Washington Monday evening. Mrs. Harry Olson and the twins spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. M. T. Olson. The Royal Neighbors and Juven iles are giving a dance and program at the hall Friday evening. A surprise birthday party was given Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Selma Repp at the H. E. Olson home. Mrs. Wm. Van Vleet and Mrs. Carl Meland called on Mrs. Ole Quale Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Pederson enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pederson and family at dinner Sunday. Mrs. A. H. Meland entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ed Madson, Mr. and Mrs. Van Vleet and family and Mrs. Rasmussen Sunday evening. I S. W. Burleigh | By KATIE D. STEWART Next week the Glencoe postoffice, which has been in existance for the past 50 years, will be discontinued. There has not been enough cancela tion of stamps the past year to main tain this office. The Livona post cffice will continue, however, ana the stage from Lavona to Bismarck, which runs daily, will continue. Frank Glum, who has been mak ing his home at the John Stewart home for the past five months, left last week for Apple Creek township, where he will reside during the winter months with D. W. Stewart. Helen Becknall, little daughter of Mrs. Rlctor of Bismarck, is staying with Anna Nicholson. The school bus of Maming town ship was unable to make its com plete round Friday on account of the drifted roads. Philip Burch of Mandan visited relatives in this vicinity several days last week. Mr. Cohler, who has been husking corn for Agnes Stewart, is now help ing with the chores at the John Stewart home. Miss Alice Carlson, teacher of Telfer school, stayed a few nights with Mrs. Hugh McMurrich last week, as it was impossible for her to go back and forth from her home in the car on account of drifted roads. Mr. Cohler was an over-night vis itor at the home of his mother in Dawson Saturday. He returned to Stewartsdale on the south Soo Mon day. D. H. Stewart transacted business in Bismarck Monday. Miss Gladys Gramling accom panied by her niece, Gladys Ann Gramling, spent Saturday night at the John Stewart home, returning to Wilton Sunday morning. They re port there is much more snow in this vicinity than near Wilton. Ed. Bucknall was an over-night visitor at the Hugh McMurrich home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snyder enter tained relatives from lowa last week. Gladys Gramling and niece were supper guests at the O. G. Daven port home Saturday evening. A. J. Stewart visited with his brother Norman a while Sunday. Lee Mallard had a car load of coal shipped into Stewartsdale last Saturday. After taking out some for his own use, he sold some to nearby farmers, which was a great accomo dation to them, especially those who have no trucks. Malcolm Nicholson visited with his sister Anna Friday eevning. Andrew Irvan made a trip to town in his truck Monday. Wm. Williams was a caller at the Dan McLean home Friday. The Snyder brothers hauled two loads of wood from the river bot toms Saturday. Still By B. F. HAGSTROM Howard Watkins of Regan called on Albert Johnson Saturday. Mrs. Signe Johnson and children and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson Sunday. Martin Strand and son Leo mo tored to Bismarck Thursday, return ing home Saturday. R. C. NeJ'on and Ed Broehl were business callers in the capital city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Pearson, son and daughters and Simon Larson were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hagstrom Sunday. Bert Hedstrom and Walter Sund auist were Wilton shoppers Satur ay. Anthony Erickson left last week for the Twin Cities. Edwin Johnson was a Regan caller Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and children were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Strand. Mr. and Mrs. Walter. Sundquist were callers at the Albert Johnson home Friday. Mrs. Pearl Nelson received a letter from her brother Clarence Peterson. professor of science at the Univer sity of Montana, stating that he is just recovering from a very critical operation. Mrs. Signe Johnson called on Mrs. Ole Hagstrom Friday. Albert Johnson and Walter Sund- Sist were callers in Bismarck Tues y. Harry Triska had the misfortune of having a number of his turkeys stolen last week. Peter and Conard Johnson were business- callers in Regan Wednes day. Conard Johnson took a truck load of turkeys, ducks, geese and chickens to Mandan Thursday for Ed. Braehl. Eric Pearson was a Regan caller Thursday. Mrs. Signe Johnson and son Vemer were Wilton callers Wednes day. Mrs. Pearl Nelson received a check in the mail last week from the Simons Furniture Store of St. Paul as she was awarded first prize on the interior decorating and furnish ing of a Spanish bungalow. The Simons store will show the four rooms decorated and furnished ac cording ito the winner’s plans, and pictures of these four rooms will be used by the company in their ad vertising. Mrs. Ed Braehl was a caller of Mrs. Signe Johnson one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson were Bismarck callers Monday. Miss Inger Nord spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Bert Hedstrom. Hampton By ELIZABETH KOPPY Frank Chesrown, accompanied by Manly Fetterley of Braddock, who has been visiting at the Porter Umber home, went to Linton this week. From there Mr. Fetterley went to his home, and Mr. Chesrown stay ed at Linton to spent Thanksgiving with his family. Francis Chesrown spent Tuesday afternoon at the Steve Koppy home. Godfrey Grenz, Math Koppy and Jake Schiermeister were business callers in Temvlk Tuesday. Dewey Lawler was a business caller in Linton Tuesday. Walter Schiermeister was in the Livona vicinity Wednesday. Math Koppy was a business caller at the Ed Surber home of Livona Wednesday. Art Riemer of Gayton was seen here Wednesday. Bill Herr, John Backhaus and R. Burkhardt were business callers in Linton Wednesday. Charles Steinerson of Winona is working for Porter Umber. Francis Chesrown spent Thanks giving day at the Steve Koppy home. The afternoon and evening were spent in playing various games of cards. Herman Backhaus and son John, Johnnie Burkhardt, Porter Umber and John Renschler were business callers in Linton Saturday. Dewey Lawler was a business caller at the Chesrown home Saturday. Frank Koppy returned to his par ental home after being at the Ed Surber home of Livona the past ten days. Frank Chesrown came out from Linton Saturday. Mr. Chesrown spent the night on the farm with his son Francis and went back to Linton the following day. Helmet Schiermeister is staying at his brother Jake’s home and takes the mail from here to Livona at the present time. Mr. Maier, our mail carrier from Emmonsburg, comes up as far as Godfrey Grenz, instead of going way up to Livona. | Regan I By BURDELLA B. HELGESOX The American Legion Auxiliary will give a carnival in the Log Cabin the evening of December 5. Admis sion will be 25 cents for adults and 10 cents for children. Everyone come and have a good time. The regular meeting of the Amer ican Legion Auxiliary will be held in the Log Cabin on the afternoon of December 11, and will entertain the Bismarck Auxiliary unit as well as the officers of the Wilton unit. Mes dames A. H. Helgeson, A. H. Lund berg and O. B. Aune were appointed as a committee to make arrange ments for the program. A. F. Tourtlotte left for Seattle, Wash., Friday afternoon, where he was called by the serious illness of his father. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Games and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tourt lotte and family were dinner guests at the J. C. Olson home Thanks giving day. mim Gertrude Rierson and Myron Rierson of Bismarck spent Thanks giving day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Rierson. A. B. Stratton was a caller in Bis marck Saturday. Miss Irene Malsby spent the week end visiting with friends and rela tives in Bismarck. Miss Hazel Rhines of Bismarck spent Thanksgiving day at her home in Regan. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Lundberg and family spent Thanksgiving day at the W. C. Uhde home. Miss Bessie Wilson, Bismarck teacher, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. A. Wilson. A. H. Lundberg transacted business in Bismarck Monday. A number of Regan folks attended the band concert and dance in Wing Thursday evening, and all report a good time. Russell Hopkins motored to Stan ton Sunday, where he visited rela tives and friends. Miss Gladys Gramling spent the week-end at her home in Regan. Don’t forget the carnival in the Log Cabin on the evening of De cember 5. A good time is in store for you. Arena By MRS. OWEN McINTYRE Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hazlegrove started to Wilton Thursday, but when they got as far as Wing they decided not to go any farther on account of the bad roads, and re turned home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Glanville and Mrs. Owen Mclntyre called at the Drum home Wednesday afternoon. Ed Wagner was a caller in Arena 'Saturday. Quite a number from this vicinity attended the funeral of George Piep kom held in Wing Sunday after noon. Among those from here were Mr. and Mrs. Christ Wolf and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Mclntyre, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Glanville, R. C. Halver, Ed Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Glanville. Dean and Harold Glanville were visitors at the Mclntyre home Sun day. Miss Martha Haas and Mrs. Helen Zelmer and daughter are visiting friends and relatives at Lehr this W66k. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Satter and son attended the funeral in Wing Sun day. Harry Ulfers made a business trip to Tuttle Thursday. Dean Glanville called at the Fred Haas home Saturday evening. Elmer Perry was calling on Ed Wagner Saturday. Due to the snowstorm Wayne Drum and Rose and Mary Alice Mc- Intyre and Harold Glanville were ab sent from school Friday. The school program and pie so cial that was to be given last Friday, the 21st. by Miss Rose Schnieder and pupils was postponed on account of the bad weather and w ill be held this Friday, the 28th. Every one is cor dially Invited to attend. Mr. Duncan was an overnight guest at the Pond home Tuesday. Bert Glanville accompanied Grant Hubbel of Wing to Bismarck Mon day. George Phel carried the mail Fri day and made the trip bv team as the roads were pretty rough for cars. Gerald Payseno was a business caller in Wing Thursday. Albert Little and Jack Glanville came out after Mrs. Little Fridas afternoon. Chas. Johns was a caller at Mc- Intyre’s Wednesday afternoon. Andrew and Harold Kraft hauled two loads of lignite coal from Wing Tuesday. Harold had the misfortune to drop a large piece of coal on his foot, hurt his toes real badly. Ghylin By MARGARET DAVIS Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hedstrom and children visited Thursday with Mrs. O. Sunquist and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Eugen Perkins were Thursday guests of W. D. Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kelly took turkey dinner with Mrs. Kelly’s par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Arne Tosseth and son, Mrs. A. Tosseth and son Olivet and daughter Ida spent Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson of Wilton. Mrs. Nels Alms visited with Mrs Gross Broste one day this week. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Perkins have as their guest, Mrs. Perkinss sister for a few days. Miss Hollis Aim has been on the sick list the past week. John Lund was attending to busi ness in Regan Saturday. Miss Ida Tosseth is visiting with her sister, Mrs. F. Johnson, in Wil ton for the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Davis and sons, Staton and Owen, and daughter Leona were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arne Tosseth. Several from Ghylin are attending the church services which arc being held in Regan this week. Albert Johnson called on Willis Johnson Tuesday. Willis Gill and family were callers on H. B. Gills Thursday. Arne Tosseth called on his brother Nels Tosseth, Wednesday afternoon. L. W. Davis and Staton were busi ness callers at the Alfred Fosberg Tuesday afternoon. Nesl Tosseth worked on the school house No. 1 Saturday. Nick Holgerson and family spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. O. Sunquist. Marilyn Johnson was on the sick list Monday. Margaret Gill visited with her grandparents Sunday. L. W. Davis bought some pigs from Alfred Fosberg and brought them home Wednesday. Willis Johnson took Thanksgiving turkey with his mother, Mrs. Floyd Johnson, in Wilton. Oliver Tosseth visited with his mother on the farm during Thanks, giving vacation. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Davis and sor. Owen and daughters Margaret, Eunice and Leona motored to Flor ence Lake Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis. Staton Davis and Arne Tossetb were hunting Saturday. Alfred Fosberg made a business trip to Wilton Wednesday afternoon. Still By B. P. HAGSTROM Oscar Erickson was a business call er in Wilton Monday. Mrs. Signe Johnson and children were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs Peter Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. John Asplund anc sons visited in Flasher, N. D., a week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson ano daughter were Wilton callers Mon day. Ed O’Brien of Wilton was a callej on Peter Johnson Monday. Leo Strand was a caller in Wiltor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thompson were callers on their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Falkensteln, Monday. Edwin Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Broehl and Mrs. Signe Johnson mo tored to Wilton Tuesday. Albert Johnson accompanied b> Mrs. Roy Little, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Watkins of Regan and Eugene Per kins were callers in the capital city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Asplund and children of Bismarck called on Mr. and Mrs. Benton Backman last Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson, sor George and daughters Velma, Doris, Helen and Bur Nadine were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Noon on Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Peter Johnson assisted her sister, Mrs. Edwin Johnson, with some work on Tuesday. Miss Naomi Hagstrom, teacher ir Windsor, N. D„ came home Wednes day to spend her Thanksgiving vaca tion. Miss Naomi returned Sunday Oscar Hagstrom and Leo Strand mo toring her to Bismarck, where Mr Asplund is employed in a bank. Miss Bergetta Tosseth visited Mon day with her sister, Mrs. Eugene Perkins. Word has been received that Mr. and Mrs. Elmer R. Asplund and Leroy of Minneapolis, formerly of this community, have moved to Bismarck to spend the winter. . Martin Btrand is doing some car penter work in the Wilton Mutual Store of Wilton. Peter Johnson, Hilda and Elsie Ghylin and Mrs. Ole Hagstrom and family were Saturday callers of Mrs. Signe Johnson. Herman Falkensteln called on Bert Hedstrom Monday. Conrad Johnson was a Regan call er Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Law and daugh ter, Margaret, returned home last week from a week’s trip to visit rela tives in Canada. They were accom panied home by bits. Law's parents who plan to spend the winter here. Misses La .Verna and Leota Houser, teachers of Estherville schools, spent Thanksgiving vacation at their home near Piokardville, N. D. MINOT MAN mug Mr. J. Zappas, Minot, is in Bis marck for a day or two transacting business. Mr. Zappas is proprietor of the Plaza Cafe of Minot and the Pal ace of Sweets and the Coffee Shop of Jamestown.