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c-n Schnitzler Returns
When Zep Fails to Arrive
Froid, Mont—Sen. J- w - Schnitz *
11 turned Saturday from
1Cr W trip to Chicago and as far as
we ^ S I) C., where he called on
Washing^ , Mr. Schnitzler s
President Hoo'«. ^ Fr0 ; d was
N J., where he intended
oassage on the Graf Zeppelin
40 ^ return flight across the Atlan
te but*owing to* its being forced to
turn back because of storms and fail
engines. he continued his journey
? t o Washington and then returned
two
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home.
M r . Schnitzler has not entirely giy
up the air trip and should the big
: ir liner come over within a rea
dable time he will still make the
trip.
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$1200 POSITION
FOR D. B. C. GIRL
Bernice Beck, a graduate of Da
kota Business College, Fargo, re
rciitiv was placed with the Wibaux
r rhinerv zv Auto Co
Inr^startin^'at 3100 a month*
Inc., starting at MJU a montn.
From ne r and far employers get
D.B.C. help because ACTUAL
BUSINESS training (copyrighted
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them valuable from the beginning.
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Hyatt or Timken Roller Bearings used
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Alemite-Zerk Lubrication that makes
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An Improved Header Drive sturdily
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ANTELOPE
Andrew Christensen is busy exca
\ ating for a basement to his new
house these days.
Harold Larsen purchased a Ford
coupe last week.
Mrs. Art Anderson spent last week
in Minot, where her youngest daugh
ter is receiving treatment at a hos
pital in that city.
Last week's heavy rains made the
farmers feel pretty enthusiastic
the outlook for a good crop.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Goff, Mr. _
Mrs. Chris Kleis and John McNulty
were Plentywood shoppers Monday^
over
and
WESTBY
Clara Felland who taught school
near Ambrose returned home last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skeels are now
nicely settled in the bai lding recently
vacated by Joe Wertzberger known as
the Simmons place.
Luther Hultgren shipped two cars
of cattle to St. Paul Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Otheim and
i family left Wednesday of last week
j for a month's visit at New Ulm
Mr, ami Mrs. Lloyd KUtelson were
called to Kenmare Monday by the
sudden death of Mrs. Peterson moth
er-inlaw of Mrs. Eilar Peterson form
erly LilUan Freund of Westby '
Mrs. P. G. Anderson visited friends
at Ambrose last week.
Another of those wonderful rains
ftU Wednesday night and continued I
all day Thursday. Crops and gardens
are lookmg line. |
ihe school children who had plan -1
ned picnics at various places Wednes
day had to remain at home due to the
rain and impossible roads. However,
they all enjoyed their dinners at the
school house. ;
OHe I. Skratthult, Norwegian co ,
median presented his play and concert 1
to a full house at the Orpheum Mon
day evening. ;
Dr. Wright of Grenora has made
several calls in Westby and vicinity j
the past week.
Gordon and Winston Ness drove a
truckload of furniture to Williston on
Saturday for Geo. Miller. From there
they will go to Dodson for a visit
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Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berg"*motored
Grenoça Monday.
J be Cat FoIic ladies aid was enter
tamed at the Chas. Meyers home last
Sun day afternoon.
I., Martha Nelson made a brief visit to
the count y seat Monday between
trains.
^ r * and Mrs * August Hultgren en- !
tertained a large number of friends at
d * nner Sunday.
The first ball game of the season
was Played at Dooley last Sunday.
We «« «lad to report our
were victorious by a score of 6 to 10
in favo . r of Westby. Keep it up boys.
Melvin Hultgren drove to Crosby
Tuesday. |
Mr - and Mrs - 01e Grytnes of For- 1
tuna attended the graduation exer
cises here Frida y evening.
; Mr. an Mrs. Emil Anholt enjoyed a
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visit of her brother, Mr. Footh of
Mankato last week.
George Miller drove over from Wil
liston Saturday. Mrs. Miller accom
panied him Sunday. They have de
! cided to locate at Williston. They
will be greatly missed in Westby. Mrs.
Miller having been a successful* teach
M r m MiUer C ïï IpenTmo^t^of" his
wXth" n ! VeStby ' ° Ur b6St WUheS g
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Nelson mot
TÂhÏU r
joying a two weeks' vacation inVin
nesota.
Mrs. Henry Hoveland was here last
week to see her sister, Mrs. Schultz
who has been very 111. We are glad
to report she is showing improvement
at this time.
Miss McKeag, a nurse from Ken
mare, was called to attend Mrs.
; Schultz during her illness.
Mrs. Meyer of Menominee, Wis., is
visiting her daughters, Mrs. Freisieb-!
en, Mrs. Hans Madsen and Mrs. Jonas
Jepson.
Helen Hultgren is the new clerk at
the Westby Meat and Grocery Com
pany store.
Prof. S. L. Johnson, Miss Bratholt
and Miss Grover left Saturday by car
for their homes in Minnesota. Mr.
Johnson and Miss Bratholt will return
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Have a Purpose in Life,"
i was the subject he chose and also em
phasized on the class motto: "He Con
; nuers Who Labors." His address was
in September for the netx school term.
Mr. Krueger has purchased three
lots from George Onstad, located
north of Roy Stageberg's, where he
will move his residence from the north
Fide of the depot.
Dana Allen of West Virginia is vis
iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
; Skeels. Mr. Allen is Principal of
j school in that state and will spend his
; vacation with his folks here.
Commenecement exercises were held
j at the Orpheum Theatre on Friday
( evening, May 31st. Rev, Ford of
Crosby delivered the Commencement
, address.
very impressive, encouraging the
young graduates to keep climbing
higher, to always be kind, loving and
sympahtetic and beware of selfish
ness. Robert Miller is the Valedic
torian of the class and Helen Larsen
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Stubbe an.l Mette Larsen. leS
Mrs. Henry Skeels was g iïen .
sur Pnse party by some of her lady
frie uds on Wednesday evening of last
week at the home of Mrs. Otto Enger
* be occasion being her birthday. Tué
even iug was spent in a social way af
ter which a dainty lunch was served
Mrs. Skeels was presented a gift
as a
spent
The
cemenib rance of the day.
Mr * and Mrs - Morris Johnson s
Sunday with friends in Kenmare.
DALEV1EW
Ernest Desonia and Dave Beaumont
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Y Gre slK) PP Grs in Haleview Wednes
da £
Earl and Norman Chaffee were vis
iting relatives here Thursday.
. Mr ; and Mrs. W. Lee were visitors
m ^u is Thursday,
. e , ba „ team played
against the Scobey ball team at Sco
, Ma y 30 * h - score was 8 to
3 la favor of Scobey.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Chaffee and
^J ldren were visitin £ relatives here
1 mmsday.
. J °hn Desonia, who has been attend
!*? g sc at Dillon, Mont., the past
~5 m ' returned to his
Th r u , rsd ^
.,y len JJarmes was shopping in this
V11 JL age Thursday.
.. ay Chaffee was visiting with rel
»«ves here for a few days last week.
, Llt)yd Bantz and .daughters were
Sh 2£ pi ? g m this village Thursday.
. w> . L - Ross and sons were shop
Vm Su Frlda y
home here
Dillard Ross took a wa g° n load
°* hones bo Redstone Friday.
c A base bal1 game was held here
S } lnda y between Outlook and Dale
view * The game ended with a score of
3 to 12 in favor of Outlook,
, Isabelle Porter of Raymond
bas been visiti ng at the E. J. Cole
- ^ and Mrs - F - Torno were vis
Thursday be J ° hnS ° n h ° me "" D ° 0ley
T ». and Mrs. John Porter and non
Thursday." ™ ltmK relatiVfS
..■J ohn Det °nia was shopping in this
village Friday.
The Misse s Erma and Ruth Bantz
bave been visiting with relatives here,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chaffee and
son were visitors here over the week
; end. Their daughter who was visit
in ^ ^ ere fdr a few da y s last weelc re -
tu med home with them.
Jack Wagner was an Outlook vis
■ ^ or Monday,
Mr. Ross and sons were visitors in
i Haleview Tuesday.
I Karl and Paul Bantz were shoppers
in this village Tuesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee were vis
iting here Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Chaffee drove
to Outlook Wednesday. The former
wi B work on the section and the lat
ter will visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs, Hargo Christensen
Bernard Nielsen has taken over the
old Watkins building and will oper
ate a carpenter shop there.
Mr. and Mrs. Lund of Bowbells, N.
D., are spending a few days at the
home of George Lund.
Jim Singleton is nursing a very
j sore hand resulting from a kick from
a horse.
A naint crew has been busv around
town äe pFt week Their efforts
make a big improvement in the ap
and son Harold, who have been living
| here the past week are now moving
to Alkabo, N. D., where the former
will work on the section.
RESERVE
The Pioneer Service Station has
shipped in a couple of Essex cars.
They are a pair of very keen ma
chines.
Mrs. Bodie, accompanied by a
friend, motored down from her home
at Mazenod, Sask., to spend a couple
of weeks visiting her mother, Mrs. A.
C. Fairchild, and other relatives and
friends.
The local ball team, accompanied by
several car loads from town and sur
rounding country, drove over to Sco
bey last Sunday and played in a
drizzling rain. However, they suc
ceeded in cleaning up on the Scobey
team by a very large margin.
Mrs. Strandskov and daughter,
Yvonne, were Plentywood shoppers
r .ween trains last Monday.
Mrs. Wm. Walker, accompanied by
her daughter, who is here on a visit
from California, was a Plentywood
visitor between trains Tuesday.
Church services will be held Sunday
evening in the school house, Rev.
Stowel of Medicine Lake in charge.
Rev. Sbowell is a most interesting
speaker and should be greeted by
large audience.
A few piano pupils of Mrs. J. J.
Gibbons were heard in recital Monday
afternoon at her home; relatives and
friends of the players being present.
Those who took part were Maxine
Rorvig, Bina Murk and Elenita Mead.
Next Friday has been designated
by the Commercial Club
.graveling day and arrangements have
been made with several farmers in
the surrounding district to send in
gravel wagons and teams. Mr. Rice,
owner of the gravel pit, will have a
team and slip, uncovering gravel and
business men in town will furnish men
to load and unload, and also level
gravel. Then, on Saturday night,
June 8th, there will be staged in the
school house the Gravel Haulers Ball.
All taking part in the p-avel move
ment will be honored with a compli
mentary' ticket to dance and lunch.
Visitors at the function will be charg
ed a small sum to cover expenses. The
Jacobsen orchestra will furnish the
music and ladies of the town will
serve the lunch.
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COALR1DGE
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brentleson
were seen in town Friday.
Apmes Lavalle is assisting at the
Dolphy Lobdell home.
Harriet Olson of Plentywood is vis
iting with relatives in town.
Harlem Weer was calling Saturday
morning at the Virgil Guenther farm
on business.
Nels Paulson purchased
a new
Chevrolet car last week from the I
Grenora dealer.
Joseph Hill of Plenty wood is visit
imr tms week with Hs mÎ
mg tnis week with his sister, Mrs.
Harold Guenther.
Miss Irene Myers was attending to 1
some trading in town Friday.
Annie Chapman and Mabel Ator vis
ited with Mrs. Harry Grier Thursday
Dolphy Lobdell, Mrs. Olson, Mr.
and Mrs. B. R. Guenther were Pien
tywood caUers Friday.
Mrs. John Murphy called Thursday
afternoon on Mrs. Emil Hueth.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Chapman and
family returned Monday morning hav
ing spent the past two weeks with
lelatives in Idaho, and sight seeing in
the west. Mr. Chapman was greatly
impressed with the country around
Sand Point.
The crops here are looking
encouraging due to
heavy rains.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Guenther and
family, Mrs. Albert Ator and son,
very
several recent
family, Mrs. Albert Ator and son, :
Dallas, spent Monday night with Mr.
and Mrs. Eldon Chapman at Alexan
der, N. .D., returning home Tuesday.
Mr. Wickham of Helena, represen
tative for the state college, was can-1
vasing this territory for new students
Friday.
Mrs. Janus Jorgensen and daughter,
Carron visited with "the Peterson folks 1
near Brush Lake Tuesday.
Alice Weer of Grenora is spending
this week with her grand parents, !
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grier.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lobdell had
as their Friday evening dinner guests i
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Guenther and chil
dren.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Guenther and
son Edward motored to the county
capital Friday evening to hear the
"Colored" Minstrel, a special feature.
Mr. Ilakker.
; rtative for the
ir >ns v
the first
Anna Ator and Annie Falra, both
of Plentywood, visii.-d with friends
and relatives here Tuesday while en
route to Grenora.
Janus Jorgensen and Emil Rasmus
sen were'seen dragging the roads
from Dagmar to the state line Tues
day.
M Trnx.vhri.lo-P urri r> ti/t
£ d ."^0^1 " \ ef }- FHday
at Crosby. Paul
abs™« rC '° m dUri " E Mr '.
MrTnd mÏ" B ert. Guenther, Mrs.i
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dav from a three week's trip in the
tim + S - Dent
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Z l people. Several
State instltutl0ns were alp ° visited, i
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calls throag.i
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WOLF CREEK
D. M. Maclnnes and son Mavwell
were callets at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Higgins Tuesday.
By a vote of 8 to 1 the peojde
agreed to bend the district bo build
a school hocse to replace the cr.e that
burned leceutiy. ,
1. F. Me-uer was a Redstone ;allrr
Wednesday. (
A real rain fell here all day Wed
nesday.
Sven Myhre was a caller at Red
stone Wednesday.
D. M. Maclnnes and son Maxwell
were business callers at Redstone
Wednesday.
Mrs. McCallister and Mrs. Cromwell
were Redstone callers Friday.
T* 16 £ irl s 4-H Sewing Club met Fri
da y at the E 0 ™ 6 of Helen Maclnnes
and spent a very pleasant afternoon. 1
D - M - Maclnnes and son Maxwell
were transacting business at Flaxville
and Redstone Friday.
Mrs. Pace and son John were Plen
tywood callers Saturday where they
went to get Bessie who is home from
Dillon, where she has been attending
the State Normal.
I* F - Metzler is sporting a Plymouth
coupe days. j
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in the Values Shown Here
Tapestry and Velvet Rugs
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Men's Suspenders
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Keen, smooth-shaving blade*,
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Belts for Men
Full grain cowhide belts h
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PAGE THREE
dolph Bromberg, who died at the
hospital there a few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Campbell
Plentywood callers Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Campbell and
family left Monday for a two months*
trip to Wisconsin and Indiana.
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