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FOR WEEK STARTING TUES., JUNE 25
F. D. MORCK AGENCY!
I ESTABLISHED IN 1911 IN SHERIDAN COUNTY '
insured continuously for more than 15 years
satisfied. Won't you remember
Our Policies Insure £
through this agency are
u . when in need of Fire, Tornado, Automobile,
|: Our Rates Are Rii?ht
£ Real Estate
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Friday, June 21, 1929
Dark Northern wheat .
Winter Wheat .
Amber Durum .
Flax, per bu.
Rye, per bu.
Barley, per bu.
Oats, per bu.
Potatoes, per bu.
Creamery butter, per lb.
Dairy butter, per lb.
Geo. Sanda of Antelope trans
acted business at the county court
Miss Rossing of Minot, N. D., is
assisting at the hospital for a few
days this week.
Pearl Olson of Flaxville is
ceiving medical treatments at the
Nick Runnier of Medicine Lake
transacted business in the county
capital last Friday.
See the Ice Ball refrigerator.
Jack and Janet Goss of Dooley
had their tonsils removed on Mon
day of this week.
Ella Bostwick of Seattle, Wash.,
is visiting with her sister Mrs. R.
E. Gustafson and family.
Norman Palubicki and Kathryn
Hovdey assisted at the J. C. Pen
ney store last Saturday.
Wayne LaGrange of Raymond
attended to business matters while
in Plentywood Wednesday.
Mrs. Richardson and baby of
Antelope left the local hospital for
their home last Tuesday.
Mrs. Debing is again back at the
County Superintendent's office af
ter a two week's vacation.
Clara Onstad has accepted a po
sition as clerk in the Fashion Shop
during the summer vacation.
M. F. Deming of Minot trans
acted business in the County Treas
urer's office last Monday.
Mrs. Marconi and baby left the
local hospital last Monday and re
turned to her home in this city.
A. M. Shumo of Charles City,
la., spent Saturday and Sunday in
Plentywood visiting with friends.
Carl Hovdey of the Raymond
Outlook country, was a business
visitor in this city last Wednesday,
Archie Hunt returned Thursday
from Bozeman where he has been
attending the University at that
Gerald Kelly of Great Falls ar
rived here Monday morning to vis
it at the Tom Kelly home for some
Nancy Marron returned Saturday
from Misoula where she has been
attending the University the past
>erna Shively of Medicine Lake
underwent a successful operation
for appendicitis Friday of last
Quaker State Oil the Best. Tire
Bertha Lux of Outlook was brot
the Sheridan Memorial hospital
last Thursday to receive medical
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\v'"'i atld Henry Osksa of
Mby are the parents of a son
. orn . f° them last Sunday at the
ucillo Goodman, who was oper
e, > upon for appendicitis several
«ays ago. left for her home Fri
day of last
Johnson's Store News
Johnson's Store is show
Jï sheer hose without
feet iu° r . mar ï ing - A P er '
1 0 " f.Jj ustlon ^ or the bare
« spell "chic",
who sees them.
1 Mrs. Gustafson and children re
turned Saturday from Brockton,
this state, where they had been
visiting for several days.
Mrs. Peter Whitish and baby of
the Plentywood country left for
their home last Tuesday from the
Sheridan Memorial hospital.
Mr. Hannah of Wolf Point, au
ditor for the Monarch Lumber Co.,
i was a Plentywood business caller
the latter part of last week.
New and Second Hand Tires. Tire
Theodore and Edward Palubicki
returned Sunday from Milwaukee,
where they have been the past nine
months attending school.
Mrs. Hans Larsen of Reserve,
who has been a patient at the,
Sheridan Memorial hospital, left
for her home Monday of this week.
Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Christian
son left Thursday for Minnesota,
where they will spend about two
weeks visiting with relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Aslakson
of Redstone arrived Wednesday ev
ening for a short visit at the M. A.
Ellis home. Mr. Aslakson is a,
nephew of Mr. Ellis.
We handle the Chevrolet
and trucks. Bredevine and Larson,
Oscar Benson, who has been at
tending the University at Missoula,
returned Friday to spend the sum
mer visiting with relatives and old
Mrs. Frank Lasher and son
David, Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. Sam
uelson of Wolf Point visited with
friends in Plentywood the first of
Eleanore and Stanley Palubicki j
and Mr. and Mrs, N. J. Reuter j
returned from a week's trip at !
Detroit Lakes, where they were
Mrs Onstad and son Lyle left
Thursday for Westby where they
will spend two weeks at the farm
home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
H. S. Krebsbach is the proud
owner of a Durant Six sedan which
was driven up from
Mrs. Bob Churchill and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Aspelund and
children spent Saturday and Sun
day at Opheim visiting with rela
tives and friends. They returned
Monday morning. .
Lenora Larson of Antelope was
operated upon Tuesday for appen
dicitis at the Sheridan Memorial
hospital. She is. getting along
nicely at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Krebsbach,
Bob Churchill and Louise Matthip
made a business trip to Grenora
Wednesday afternoon, returning
the same evening.
Get your Cherolet car or truck
from Bredevine & Larson at West
Mrs. J. G. Debing and daugh-!
ter Beatrice returned Saturday
from Minneapolis, where they
spent a two weeks' vacation with
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Dean and
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Nelson left
Wednesday by car for
where they plan on
week at the Lakes fishing.
Ethel Haugen left Saturday
spend the summer with her par
ents at Grand Forks. Miss Haug
en expects to return this fall
to teach in the local schools.
Mrs. Henry Goodman and baby
returned Saturday from Billings.
Mrs. Goodman has been gone since
last November and her many
friends are glad to see her return.
Charles Garen, Hoy Guenther,
Betty Baker and Glow Krebsbach
motored to Glendive last Sunday.
While there they were the guests
of Betty's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
Baker of that city.
Matthys arrived Tuesday from
Fargo, N. D., to spend two weeks
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. H.
Krebsbach. Miss Matthys 13
sister of Mrs. Krebsbach.
Floyd Sunderhauf, who has
receiving treatment at the loca
hospital as a result of an injury
sustained while lifting a sto
left for his home at Scobey
nesday in a very much improved
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY
Ed Moe of Poplar was a Plen
tywood visitor last Monday.
O. D. Schultz of Dooley was a
Plenty wood business caller last
Jergen Jorgensrud of Dooley was
a Plentywood business visitor last
A. N. Wankel of Dooley trans
acted business in the county capital
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Mrs. Hazel Johnson is reported
Î? *5 se f iou ?ly ill with a form of
Chris Juul ofValeview entered
fho qw; I
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of lor'll Under t,c care
' P Kicians.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moe left Tues
day for an extended trip to the
western coast before returning to
their home in Florida. Mr. and Mrs.
Moe spent the past month visiting
friends and relatives in Plentywood
Excavators have been busy the
past several days hauling dirt from
the basement of the John Wolters
Pool hall, and placing the sand
The basement for the Congrega
tional parsonage has been complet
a short time.
The residence of Claude Wine
land in the west part of Plenty
wood has been greatly improved
by the addition of an enclosed
porch and an addition to the rear,
making a very comfortable cottage.
The harness and shoe shop of
Pete Acklestad received a trimming
of red this week and also had some
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| very neat wmdow sl ^ ns Parted,
The big plate glass windows are
! now being placed in their frames
' at the new Peterson Company
j Garage and with the completion of
this work, the new building will
be ready for occupancy.
Louis Leer and Lars Sundstad
from Abercrombie, N. Dak., spent
a few days in this city visiting
relatives and friends. Mr. Leer is
a brother to Olga Leer, who is a
nurse at the Sheridan Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Roser of
this city are the proud parents of
a daughter born to them at the
local hospital Thursday of last
week. Mr. Roser is the manager
of the. J. C. Penney store in Plen
John J. Eggen, well known Plen
tywood farmer, has left for Grygla,
Minn., with a carload of horses
which he intends to dispose of at
A picnic is being held today by
the former pupils of Miss Signe
Heyerdahl in her honor. Miss Hey-,
erdahl taught the first grade of
the Plentywood schools for three
years and the picnic will indeed be
a most enjoyable affair for both
j the kiddies and their former teach
i er w h 0 i s visiting here for a short
, time with frie nds.
that place. He will also buy up a
carload of Guernsey and Short
Horn cows in Minnesota and bring
them to Sheridan county, where he
will dispose of them.
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When once you realize that you can
shop here for your groceries, fruits
and vegetables without worrying
about quality you'll find it your
greatest convenience. We have none
but quality goods.
New Potatoes are
in nwo. 08c per
40c a Dozen
Russet G rape
Fruit, juicy sweet
2 for 25c
of Coffee, Tillman
60c per lb. Tin
Sorem & Company
OKAY SEWING CLUB MEETS—
The Okay Sewing Club met at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert
Brown Wednesday, June 19th. The
afternoon was spent in sewing and
telling jokes. At 4:30 a delicious
lunch was served.
Mrs. Stevenson entertained the
^. embe , rs of the Harmony Club last
Thursday evening at her home.
Bridge was played until a late
"hour, at which time it was dis
covered that Mrs. Saxton received
first prize and Mrs. Ray White
consolation. The invited guests
were Mesdames Saxton, Koenig
and Palubicki. A delicious lunchepn
was served by the hostess at the
end of the evening's play.
TO BE RESUMED
Roller skating will be resumed
again at the Farmer-Labor Temple
on Saturday night. There has been
quite a demand for the sport.
John R. Johnson of Williston
i ^hora * ngen °f
1 June 20th.
I Fred Frid and Anna Hodges,
both of Bainville.
Adam Fedevic and Victoria Di
onne of Plentywood, on June 20th.
Student Melvin Ranheim
English Services, Sunday June
23—Plentywood at 11:00 a. m.,
Raymond 2:30 p. m.. Outlook 8:00
Sunday, June 30—Plentywood,
11:00 a. m., Dooley at 2:30 p. m.
The Luther League Convention
scheduled at Froid on June 28-30
has been postponed; and is set.
tentatively, for July 19-21. Watch
for further announcements.
Parochial school will commence
at Antelope for all pupils on Mon
day, July 1.
GOES TO WEST POINT
Washington, June 20.—Emery S.
Wetzel of Billings who h»s just
graduated from the military acade
my at West Point, has received a
commission as second lieutenant in
the army with assignment to the
field artillery. His nomination for
this appointment was made by
President Hoover and confirmed by
Lieutenant Wetzel entered the
academy four years ago having
been appointed by Congressman
Scott Leavitt. Mr. Leavitt has ap
pointed Hardin Olson to take Lieut.
Wetzel's place at the academy. He
will enter on July 1. Mr. Olson is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. 01
son of Homestead, Sheridan county.
Each member of the house and
senate controls two cadetships at
' the military academy. Mr. Leavitt's
: other appointee there, John W.
Cave of Great Falls and Sunburst,
will graduate in 1931.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
WHAT A NIGHT
CARD OF THANKS
We find there are times when
words fail to express one's feelings.
We feel this one time we can not
find words to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation to all our
friends who showed so much kind
ness and sympathy at the time of
our great sorrow in the death of
our dear wife and sister.
Mr. Herman Husers.
Miss Tillie Effertz
Mrs, J. Wirtz
Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Downey
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Effertz
Mr. and Mrs. A. Rick
Mrs. J. Rowan
Residents of Windham authoriz
ed a $30,000 bond issue to provide
funds for new school building.
Pa Lauderdale Congratu
lates Prof. William Moe
The following article was taken
from the Fort Lauderdale Daily
News and highly commends the
efforts of William Moe, formerly
Superintendent of Schools of Sher
dan county and a very popular
TO PROFESSOR WILLIAM MOE.
My Dear Professor:
It is with a lot of pleasure that
I congratulate you and the Davie
school, which completed a very suc
cessful year last week. You and
the teachers connected with you de
serve a lot of praise for the splen
did work you did in the Davie sec
tion. I should have been very
pleased to have heard attorney D.
M. Cook deliver his address on
"American Citizenship." Two or
three who hear him have written
to me that his speech was an ex
cellent one and that it was happi
ly received by the audience. I con
gratulate most sincerely the grad
uating class—Anna Griffin, Dixie
Millard, Minta Oliver, Frank Ben
net, Grace Oliver and Dominic Sal
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find here an interesting variety of smart frocks for almost ev
ery need and purpose.
Large selection of sizes 16 and 18, others up to 46.
THE QUALITY STORE
DAW JUNIOR HIGH
GIVEN HIGH RATING
Classification of School Raised to
Superior By State Board of Ed
ucation Under Supervision of
Former Sheridan County Educa
That William Moe has had
very successful term of school at
Davie, Florida, is attested to by;
the following article taken from
the Fort Lauderale Daily News:
Davie, Fla., June 11.—The Davie
Junior High school has completed
very succesfsul year, according
to Principal William Moe of that
school, who stated that although
the teaching staff of that school
comprises but three teachers, the
scholastic rating was raised, by the
board of education, from the
classification of regular to super!
or ' during the past school term,
Attorney D. M. Cook of Fort
Lauderdale, delivered the address
at the graduation exercises recent
ly, speaking upon the subject of
The graduation class maintained
a scholastic average of 90 per
cent during the past year. Miss
Anna Elida Griffin, who maintain
ed an average of 94 per cent in all
her subjects this year, was selected
as valedictorian and Dixie A. Mill
ard as salutatorian of the graduat
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SUNDAY and MONDAY
THE FOREIGN LEGION'
LEWIS STONE AND
This school not only made good
in scholarship, but turned in a good
record in athletics.
The girls' basketball team won
all its games, while the boys' team
The All Around
the latest improvements
The NICHOLSJf SHEPARD
Model A—Model B
10-12 foot cut
Here are two dandy small combines that exaedy
fit the needs in this community. One or the other
will be a .real buy for harvesting and threshing
on your farm. If you have a limited acreage and
a small tractor—the Nichols & Shepard Model
A 10 foot cut is the combine for the job. If you
have a bigger acreage with a medium sized tractor
—it's the Nichols & Shepard Model B—12 foot.
If you have a whooping big crop with down
tangled straw—it's the Nichols & Shepard Model
B 10 foot. A medium sized tractor pulls it, too.
They keep running, keep threshing, keep saxnn g
your grain and your money.
If the windrower and windrow pick-up is the
way to harvest on your farm we have the ma
chinery for that. You can save money by saving
your grain with the Nichols & Shepard machine
that is built for your needs—we will be glad to
help you in making the selection. See us lor
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In Continuous Business Since 1848
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TRAIL OF 98
'THE WOLF OF
did not equal this record, none of
its games was lost by more than
five points. The swimming team,
finished fourth in the Hollywood
meet, which was open to all the
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