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( priced too late for last week)
( SS Percy Deck left Thursday for,®
Opheim where she was called b> the
iiiess of her parents. I
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Omar drove to j
Plentywood i uesday and returned
with a new Chevrolet coupe I
Mr. and Mrs. Iver * redenckson
drove to Pinety wood on Sundaywhere
tbey were called by the death of Mr^.
Fredericksons brother-in-law, Dr. H.
J. Robb.
Mrs. O. J Skare and Mrs A. B.j
Cox arrived hnday lor a visit at the
M. A. Morgan home. Thniïin „ ft _
Geo. Omar and bam Thompson,
drove to Oui be it son Sunday where,ayday
they met Mrs. Ihompson who jyist
1 . . c ~ r '°'- al
frunttj
ews
OUTLOOK
returned from a several weeks visit
with her sister at Moscow, Idaho.
Frank Kowdu returned from Minot,
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Monday.
Grant Stoner and Llwood House
drove to Plentywood on business Mon- ;
day. , . »». . . . '
Reports received from Minot state
that M>'- Symes who was injured in
explosion at the Seaburg mine re
cent 1 y is improving.
H. C. Kelson from Scobey passed
the week end at his home here. 1
Dr. Rridinstine drove to Plentywood,
on business Monday. 1
Miss Lenora Larson passeil the end
of the week at her home here.
Mrs. Frank koester entertained a
number of her friends at a card party
at her home here Monday. F ern 1 row
er won the head prize and Mrs. O.
Selvig the booby.
Mrs. Bridinstme and Mrs Dan
Trower entertained a number of their
friends at a bridge luncheon at the,
a;.
former's home Saturday. Mrs. K^ 08
ter received the head prize and Mrs.
Larson the consolation.
Friday evening, March 8, the Reds |
were entertained by the Greens at a
party. The first thing that took place
was a three ring circus, handled by |
the greens. After this they danced un- i
til about 10 o'clock when a lovely i
lunch wa- served. After lunch they I
danced again until about 11 o'clock
when they all left for home. I
For the last six weeks those on the
Honor Roll were: Margaret Deck,'
Minnie Engler and Emma Wallan and
tho.-e receiving honorable mention :j
Tula Lund, Gladys Peterson, Leonard |
Nelson and Elmer
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Morgan, Ruben
Boe.
The following students are taking
it in the declamatory contest which
will hi
Ruhm Wallan, Nella Corkery, Lucille
'Xel.'on, Gladvs Peterson, Leona Deck
par
held about the first of April:
oc.
am
of last week Gordon
.arson and Tula
On Friday
Fawcett, Evelyn
Lund g ;ve some very interesting talks
l to the student body. Gordon reported
ket ball tournament and
;lyn on the debate tourn
After the reports Mr. Alex
ed out the unusual value ;
on (he !
Tula ai.< ■ i-.vt
ament,
ander
and advantages offered to high school
Montana by the Greater j
University. The boys vocational con-;
ference is an especially valuable and
unique enterprise since it is the only
state wide affair of its kind in the
United States.
The American Government class is
following very closely the present
happenings in politics along with the
study of the federal government.
Various members of the class have
boon making special reports from
Time. New Republic and The Nation
and Literary Digest. These magazines
are part of the regular periodical lit
erature found on our reading table.
The graded series of Current Events
is used throughout the grades. The
individual students receive their own
copies at their own expense.
The Sociology class has been having
some very interesting special reports
on articles written by some of the
outstanding sociologists of the coun
students
try.
FIRST GRADE
Adeline Koterba has returned to
school after a week's absence on ac
count of illness.
The A class had a perfect lesson in
spelling Monday.
We just finished a contest in arith
metic, which decided who were some
of our best people in numbers.
Arthur Jones entered the first grade
Tuesday.
SECOND GRADE
Shirley Stapleton is back in the
second grade after a week's absence
due to an accident in which she scald
ed her foot.
THIRD and FOURTH GRADES
The 3rd and 4th grades w»n a beau
tnul picture as a prize for selling 12
subscriptions for the
the "Farmer's Wife."
*'Vni AND SEVENTH GRADES
The 7th grade has begun review
work '
Farmer" and
m geography.
Mulvihiil will be with us to
teach again on Wednesday of this
week.
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double action
1 tost—In the dough
Then In the oven
Same Price
for over 38 years
25 ounces tor ^ 5 /
Use less than of
high priced brands
millions of pounds
_ USED
UY OUR GOVERNMENT
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The entire 6th and 7th err a -u
m% in spelling on Mondfy S had
A party was given SunH % , .,
John Becker home The vuf/ at the
Kate Becker, LM. Ki L uZ* Z'*™
Louis Melle and Anton £Jret? k Klpe '
A super was served at Ja v> v
eth's home last Sunday Th* \ Er_
were Mr. and MrTF^nk^M.n Sltor jI
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith TL p le and
le. d Roy Mel "
Jaoob Ereth and son were shonnimr
Outlook Friday,
ai titiupvx
QUITMEYER
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Received too late for last week i
Mr >and Mrs . Christ Willumson L
tertained Mrs. Brm-e Smith Md fam'I
ily and Mr and ^ rs Elmer Smith'
and daug hter on last Tuesday evening
Mrs. Gust Dahlstrom was*indisiol'
ed a few days last week P
Miss Irene Willumson'returned Fr J
day f rom a v j s j t w j^ re j at j ve ,
: ' ,ip nds in North Dakota.
Mrs Bruce Smith yisited Tues
with her sister, Mrs. Elmer
Sini'th at the home of Mr and Mrs
- — • ana JVArs -
Ed> Smith,
Joe Patterson went to Lostwood N
D last week and brought his ™^ a ' a ^j
the new boy home Saturday, No doubt
plenty of help this
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,j oe w j d ^ ave _ ui
spring in his farming operations.
Christ Willumson has a new Inter
national truck.
\ dance was held at Sunny Hill
school house i ast Saturday night,
Oscar Foss and Alva Cartright vis
jted at Ed. Dahlstrom's Sunday after
9 K l
Bruce Smith returned Friday from
a very enjoyable visit with his par
en t; S and s i s t ers j n Washington. He
(reports Mr. and Mrs. Smith enjoying
g00 d health. They are among the first
settlers in this community having left
here about ten years ago to reside in
Washington. Bruce was very favora
bly impressed with that country.
M r. and Mrs. Vic Sonenberg and
Geo. S. Bell were Sunday afternoon
visitors at the Joe Patterson home,
Mrs. Jack Vance visited at O. N.
Vance's this week.
Ed Henke from Hanks is visiting
at the Henke home.
Monday being the birthday of H.
W. Henke, Mrs. Henke planned a suv
prise for him and entertained a num
her of friends on that evening in his
honor. A delightful lunch was served
a beautiful birthday cake being a
feature of the lunch. Progressive 500
was played throughout the evening
after which all departed for their
spective homes.
The roads
noon.
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are open now to Medicine
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the New Westby Garage in
Westby
at 1:30 Saturday
Mar. 30
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I will no longer handle tractors and farm machinery
and in older to close out these items, will sell them
at Public Auction. Several used automobile and mis
cellaneous articles will also be sold at this time.
5 Used Fordson Tractors
2 Used Two Bottom Plows 4 New Two-Bottom Plows
1 New Oliver Tandem Disc, 7 foot
1 Used Gasoline Engine, 2 H. P.
Some Drills, Poles, Evencfrs and Neckyokes
1 1917 Runabout With Box
1 1922 Runabout With Box
1 1923 Coupe
1 1924 Coupe
1 1927 Coupe
2 1924 Tudor Sedans
1 1927 Fordor Sedan—ALL FORDS
Several Motors and other parts from cars and tractors
that have been wrecked; some starting motors and
generators.
Several Sets of new bumpers to fit the 1926 and 1927
Model T Fords
1 team of gray horses, 5 and 6 years old, weighing 1100
1 team of roan horses, 5 and 8 yrs. old, weighing 1200
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A lot of other useful articles will be put on thî& sale.
TERMS : All articles selling for less than $50.00, cash.
Articles selling for more than $50.00, one-third
cash, balance on secured papers due Oct. 1,1929.
5 per cent off for cash on articles selling for
more than $50.00.
Westby Garage
Walter Olsen, Prop.
FARMERS ST. BANK, Clerk.
E.C.FERGUSON, Auctioneer.
' ^onr^traly^îÏnkfuL f ° r WhiCh
1 Oscar, Olsen was seen in our midst'
Tuesda y delivering gasoline. So spring
evidently'is just around the corner
0scar has spent the winter in Califor
nia 80 11 18 possible he may be selling
cheap gas to the ^mers this year
Doris Willumson is out of school on
accoullt of illness. _
Geo. Smith is visiting in this vicini
ty thls "' eek -
T=T
REDSTONE
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F S. Ford, manager of the Hellek
son Lumber Co., yard at Scobey was
' aRedstone vlsltor between trains on;
.
G L £ 0Ints *? as a , crew busy this
hauling and . sorting two cars of
potatoes that he 13 shipping to Wash-,
i ln Ston to be used by grôwers there
f ° r seod ;. Mr * Points has gained quite
| a reputation as a grower of pure seed;
i P^oes in the south and west and his!
i polatoes ar6in demand . .
and Mrs. Emanuel States -
I PRntywood business visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Beveridge were
transacting business at Plentywood
Saturday.
Mrs. Bert Daley and Mrs. Bolke and
children were doing some shopping at
Plentywood Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Baldur Jensen and
son left Tuesday for Crosby, N. D.,
where Mr. Jensen will attend to some
business matters and Mrs. Jensen will
visit with friends.
every year,
were
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Wagner of Dale
w T ere Redstone visitors Tuesday.
E. G. Ferguson, county agent, was
up from the county seat between
trains Tuesday.
M. H. Callahan was a county seat
visitor Tuesday morning.
Edw. Whitney and Victor Anderson
were business visitors at Plentywood
Wednesday,
Alex. Monahan was up from the
county seat and visited at the Calla
han home a couple of days this week.
view
The Misses Maude Sherry and Doris
til Saturday.
Ed. Engebritson unloaded a car of
Hart-Parr tractors Monday which
river here Saturday evening.
Paul Kanning drove in Monday
day from his ranch and made a short
visit here before geing on to Plen
tywood where he attended to some
business matters.
One of our farmer frineds says he
wishes he could let his bills stand
long as the farm relief bill.
ar
as
DALEV1EW j
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(Received too late fo1 * last week) 1
LEE-GKIFFIN
Last Thursday Vera Griffin and
Walter Lee were married in Plenty
wood by Judge S. E. Paul.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
; and Mrs. Martin Griffin of Daleview
and the groom is a rising young farm
* ^Thc 0 voul?? coup?« —pq n i
| ed to ÄywoÄ E MaryTdf.
fi n , g j ster of gr0 om and Fred De
' sonia The newlyweds will make their
home on the gram's farm southwest
j 0 f Daleview
Walter lie was a Redstone caller
i Wednesday
| Fred To^rno went to Whitetail Wed
; nesday
^
I left here
! home in
_ _
ing with hhTbrother at Outlook,
iting at the Karl Bantz home.
Paul Bantz was a caller here Wed
nesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ross and son
Leonard drove to Redstone Friday by.
car and from there Leonard took the
train to Plentywood.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cole were shop
ping and visiting with their sister-in
law at Plentywood Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wagoner were
visitors in Outlook a few days this
week.
Effie Desonia visited with friends
and relatives here over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee were vis
itors here Saturday.
Mr Mr* WT U - u
nW W S; Y' Were Sh0P *
p g here Saturday.
Charles Buzzard was here Saturday,
Mrs. Elmer Chaffee and children
i Thursday to go to
- in Outlook.
Ralph Chaffee who has been visit
__ _ _ y re .
j turned to his home here Thursday.
Adolph Chaffee was an Outlook vis
itor Thursday,
their
Mrs. A.L.*Desonia was visiting with
friends here Wednesday.
Mrs. Bantz of Plentywood is vis
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I have decided to quit farming and wdll sell at Auction the
following property at my farm 9 miles S. W. of Plen
tywood on the Welliver road; 3 miles South
of Midby,
on
WED. NUR. 27
Machinery
5 good sets of work harness
1 wagen box
» 1 Set Bob Sleds
1 Cutler
2 Hay Racks
1 8-foot Binder
1 Monitor Drill
1 Duck Foot Cultivator
for Engine or Horses
1 John Deere Riding Com Cul
tivator
1 Gas Engine
1 DeLaval Cream Separator
1 John Deere Gang Plow
1 5-Section Boss Harrow
1 John Deere Disc Plow
1 John Deere Mower
1 Emerson Standard Mower
1 New John Deere Gang Plow
with breaker bottoms
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1 Hay Rake
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McCormick-Deering
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6 doz. pure bred R. C. Brown Leg- Household Furniture and
horn Pullets.
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All articles of $25 or under, cash. All amounts over $25 half cash and on balance
good bankable paper accepted, due October 1st at 10 per cent. Five per cent discount
given in lieu of paper.
Terms
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A.
A.
L C. Ridenour, Owner
Carl
Bull, Clerk
Col. Hyde, Auctioneer
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E. V, Hurst drove to Outlook Sun
1 and J e ^ inetl TT her - e Monday.
j, * aa ' d Mrs i ^ a T ri ? gt0n o and
,J«hn called on fnends here Sunday
, JJrs. W. S - a f. d fa ^ d y
s " /* rs ' 11110(165 were visiting here
r .... WQC n . „
Alartln Gnffm was an Outlook call
er J?? nd % .. . . ... u ^
fln ? a i ph Çhaffee went to Alkabo Tues
Mr. arid Mrs. Elmer^Coîf'
PJfied by Mrs. Geo. Huddleston of
^ v bitetail drove to Plentywood Wed
nesda y to vlslt with Mrs. Robert Por
ter who is ln the hos P ital there.
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TELEPHONE CONSTRUCTION
CREW WORKING AT FLAXVILLE
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Schnitzler Visits Hoover and
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approves Ull Conservation
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' Washington, March 16.— J. W.
Schnitzler, republican national corn
mitteeman for Montana, after visiting
*b e White House Thursday, announc
ed a PP, r oval of the president's oil con
, servation policy and asserted it would
bave the general support of republi
i( .
" Practlca lly enough oil to supply
' M°P tar î a s ne eds now is being produc
ed m the state," he said, "and I think'
[i would be better to conserve the re- j
mainder against the time when there '
may be a depletion in other fields.
son
accom
Flaxville.—The Farmers & Mer
]Y )* nt s Telephone company of Flax
|
g ra P" company stating that the
struction crew of the company will
be at Flaxville about March 15 to in
' 5 * a11 a l6cal exchange, to take care of
ville is in receipt of a letter from the
Mountain States Telephone and Tele
con
I the needs of the town and also the
| lne constructed by the local concern
la ?f year- This line extends about 25
!? des . soul; b ln t<> some of the best
farming country tributary to Flax
cans.
ÄÄSl K , L | \ XV ": ,K SH1Pp ED FIVE HUN
\v th ®. P rice of gasoline in the state ! DUED CARS OF WHEAT IN 1928
e still are paying the Casper, Wyo' v u j ,-~~
plus price." y Five hundred three carloads of
Schnitzler i s one of the largest £' heat representing 758,150 bushels,
wheat farmers in his state. His ranch t ^ ? ee 1 l ! l l0 shipped fr °m Flaxville since
yielded 125,000 bushels last year f. uly 1 >. 1928 - Th is, according to to re
„ -- ' ! h fb le formation, is more than any
Butte—Local jobbing plant of Rome 01 ier station in this section.
Company will move to new location, 1 --:
quarters? 1 ^ 1011 ^ remodelin ^ of Want Ads, 2c a word, bring results.
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