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WESTBY
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Mr. and Mrs. Wetherly and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Small and fam
ily, Mr. ond Mrs. Akres and fam
ily, Burton Johnson, and Billy
Timbrell picnicked at Brush Lake
Sunday.
The Stady Junior band will give
an open air concert Saturday nite,
August 15,. following the Gallop
ing Swedes plays for the pavilion
dance. The following Saturday
night Sam and his City Fellers
play for the dance.
Miss Caroline Anholt has resign
ed her position at the Luther
Hultgren home. Mabel Anderson
of Pleasant Valley has accepted
the position.
Amos; Martin Fruend, Marjorie
Enger, Mrs. Mourice Johnson,
Lloyd and Gladys Kittlesen, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Jensen picknicked
at Ambrose and visited Mrs. Lloyd
Kittlesen last Sunday.
Mrs. Carl Choffee left Thursday
via Soo Line for a few days visit
with her husband at Enderlin, N.
Dak. Mrs. Ericka Hjelm is as
sisting at ithe Cafe during her ab
sence.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mayhew
and daughter, Esther, Mr. and
Mrs. Laurence Mayhew of Inde
pendence, Mo., are guests at the
Leon Mayhew home of Lone Tree.
Miss Knutson of Crosby, con
ducted services at the Westby Pen
ticostal Mission Wednesday night.
Rev. Almlie was taken to the Am
brose hospital for medical aid
Tuesday. r
The birthday circle met Wednes
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Akres., Hostesses were * Mrs.
Luther Hultgren. and , Mrs,, Chas.
Meyers.
Mrs. Aug. Hultgren had as her
house guestec «this, week Dr. Gar
breck anddfaxnilyi'of. St. Paul pn
Friday, They and Mrs. Hultgren
lefttfor California. 4 .
Mrs. R. Stubbe and Miss Lillian
Kress motored to. Fort Peck on
Saturday, returning., home the
same day, Gordon returned home
with his mother»!
Mis Anna Vincent, who hag been
employed .at the Paul Htdtgren
home*.has. accepted a position at
vs «h;
Pleasant 'Valley, r.
Miss Lillian Kress spent a few
days this week at the home of
Miss LUy .Nereson at Pleasant Val
ley..
Mr, and Mrs» Elmer- Hultgren
and -Delores motored to Noonan
Tuesday, where Delores had her
tonsils removed. *
Mrs. Elias Olson of Elkhom was
a guest Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Gust Stubbe.
Delmar Hultgren is the proud
possesser of a fine Shetland pony
his dad purchased in the East for
him.
The C. 1. C. met Wednesday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Mar
tin Nereson of Pleasant Valley.
F. W. Fellows of Spokane, at
tended to business affairs at West
by this week.
Mr. and Mes. R. Stubbe enter
tained at Sunday dinner Mr. and
Mrs. £. E. Morrison and Deliah.
Lorrin. Olson, who is employed
at Peerless, attended {to business
affairs at his farm at Westby this
\TAaV.
WCO&i *,
Mr. and Mrs. £. £. Morrison and
Dei ah were dinner guests Satur
day at the home of Mrs. Weather
Mrs. Andrew Haugen and Mias
Hulda' Haugen of FÜkhom,: called
by.
at the Frtoaen home at Blue Trail
this week.'
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton and chil
dren of California, Mr. and Mrs.
Casper of Outlook called at the
Gust Stubbe home Friday.
C. N. Rostad and Lloyd Kittle
son visited Rev. Almlie and Mrs.
Kittleson at thé Ambrose hospi-.
tal Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Porter Wignese of
Fortuna, spent Thursday , at West
by at the home of Mrs. Nellie
Leininger.
Mrs. Edwin Deiseth and daugh
ter, Mabel, returned Monday from
a two-monthss' visit at Minnesota
points.
Jimmie LUlethuit of Bain ville, is
visitîng.his grandpa and Aunt
Ethel this week.
Carol and Juanita Leininger are
visiting their aunt, Mrs. Porter
WignçBti of Fortuna.
Lester» Jensen spent Sunday at
Sidney at the home of his parents.
Ed. Ferguson cried the auction
sale at the E. E. Morrison home
Saturday afternoon. The sale was
well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Mor
rison and Deliah will leave Tues
day for Idaho to make their fu
Success goes with
lure home
them.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Jorgenson and
son of McElroy, were Westby
shoppers Saturday night.
Dr. Carlson of Wild Rose, was
called at McEroy Wednesday, rhe
of the depot agent was quite
son
ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Shutte of Plenty
wood, atended the dance at West
by Saturday night.
Mrs. Stubbe was a guest at the
home of Mrs. E. E. Morrison
Thursday evening.
Miss Marjorie Ferguson is
guest at the home of her cousin,
Aris Bredrien, at Westby.
The Galloping Swedes play for
the Westby pavilion dance Satur
day night, August 15th.
Mr. and Mrs. Christ Holst en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Mor
rison and Deliah at dinner Sun
Mrs, Gust Stubbe entertained re
latives from Tribune Saturday
night.
Betty Timbrell spent a few days
at the home of Reich Johnsen.
Sheriff Madsen attended to busi
ness affairs at Westby Wednesday.
Alfred Flaskerud of Peerless,
was a Westby caller this week.
a
day.
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Mrs. Jack Barge and daughters
called on Mrs. Joe Whitish Sat
urday.
Eugene Eggen left for Kalispell
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E, Boelens and
children called at the Art Kazeck
home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grey called
at Joe Whitish's Wednesday.
Charley Dress, Sr., is spending
a few days at A. H. Kazeck's.
Gene Eggen called on Ed. Boel
en Saturday.
Art Kazeck took Dan Barge to
Plentywood Sunday evening, where
he will undergo an operation for
appendicitis.
Harry Whitish and family, also
Joe Whitish motored to the coun
ty seat Saturday.
Harold Whitish is employed at
Fred Persiun's.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Kazeck and
Charley Dress were business call
ers at Scobey Friday.
The Nels Thompson family call
ed at the parental Ted Flakne
home Sunday.
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Afred Flaskerud called on Ed.
Arneson Thursday afternoon. Mr.
Flaskerud will leave Friday for hisi
home at Peerless. Mr. Flaskerud
say s there is no crops out his way.
A good.sized crowd attend edtthe
dance in Westby Saturday, August
8. Da Galloping Swedes furnish
ed the music. They will also play,
for the dance in Westby August
Nels, Melvin and Mrs. Ed. Ar
neson were Sunday callers at the
Bill Goff home.
Sam and His City Fellows will
play for the dance in Westby Aug
ust 22.
15.
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Nels and Melvin Ameson and
Christ Buhl visited at the t Gust
Westrop home August 2nd. '
Miller and sons, Willie and
were Plentywood -, callers
Monday.
Carl Dahlgaard was a Sunday
night caller at Nels Arnoson's
home.
Mrs. Ed. Ameson visited at the
Fred Miller home Monday.
Christ Buhl was a Plentywood
caller Saturday.
Morris Hovland was a Coalridge
caller. Friday evening.
CIVIL SERVICE
EXAMINATIONS
•a The United States Civil Service
commission has announced open
competitive examinations fol
lows:
Soil technologist, 0 f various
grades, $2,600 to $4,600 a year,
Soil Conversation Service, Depart^
ment of Agriculture,
f Bank note designer, $3,200 a
PrfniîTi» U Tv U °* Ep^rôg and
Printing* Treasury Department. .
Full information may be obtain
ed from the Secretary of the U
S. Civil Service Board of Examin
ers, at the post office or-custom
house in Plentywood.
Public health nursing consultant»
of various grades, $2,600 to $4,600
a year, and public health nursing
assistant, $2,000 a year. Optional
subjects for the consultant posi
tions are: Maternal and child
health, general public health nurs
ing, and orthopedics;. for. the
nursing assistant position, the
subject is maternaL and child
health.
Junior agricultural engineer,
$2,000 a year.
Horticulturist, of various grades,
$2,600 to $4*600 a year. Soil Con
servation Service, Department uf
Agriculture,
Prosecutors Fail
to Investigate
Black Legion
TOLEDO, O.—Despite ithe exist
ence of a wealth of information
which points to the operation of
the Black Legion in this sitate, and
grounds, for the belief that it is
active in this city, Prosecuor
Frazier Reams told representa
tives of the American League
Against War and Fascism a few
weeks ago that he would wait
until "some act of violence had
been committed which could form
the basis for a probe.
However, Prosecutor Reams did
not hesitate to call ithe Grand Jury
into session a few days ago to
"probe the alleged acts of violence
and threats of violence" incident
to the Closure Service strike here
—although no violence had occurr
ed.
The American League also did
not hesitate to point out that the
Prosecutor's different reactions to
these two problems indicates his
office is "more interested in pre
judicing public opinion against
the organized labor movement and
in serving thereby the merchants
and manufacturers of this country,
than in ridding the community of
a murderous, night riding menace
to the freedom and democratic
rights of the people as a whole."

THOMAS' CHALLENGE TO DE
BATE McNUTT UNANSWERED
INDIANAPOLIS, IND.—(LSP)
Two letters sent by Roy Lancaster,
executive secretary of the Social
ist Party of Indiana, ito Gov. Mc
Nutt of Indiana, challenging him
to debate with Norman Thomas,
Socialist candidate for President,
have remained unanswered. Mc
Nutt, the New Deal spokesman in
Indiana, is kown as the "Hoosier
Hitler" because of repressive mea
sures he has used in breaknig
strikes.
Notice To School Patrons
All those who expect to attend
the Plentywood elementary schools
during the coming school year, and
whose permanent residence is not
within ..School: District No. 20,
should make the ^
°P enin 3
school. Tuition is charged
i nQ ":^ esi ^ ent s m the grade
< !f es , n 1 ° t . appl 7 A 0
the^C^* 1 ? 0 * students living within
* ° y *
necessary ar
E. H. E. HELGESON, Clerk.
goal bids .
School District No. 5, Sheridan
County calling for bids on 85 tons
of good lignite coal, to be weighed
and scale tickets given .to trustees
and signed by weigher,
brought in person t 0 school house
at 2 o'clock, September 5, 1936.
. Board reserves right to reject
any or all bids.
Mrs. Ed, Denbner, Clerk.
Bids
BUS BIDS
. f**?? 1 »tat No. 5 calling for
bus bids for 4 months from Dec.
lst to April 1st, 1937.
North Route-—from Overland's,
Bakken s, Kmley Bolstad, Tom
Danielson, Paulson and Reinert
tiȔ S Ro , u 1 . te - Joe Pederson, Mar
Hm, Engelke, and Nels Groom.
and°BakerV Ute ~ j0hn Danielson
tVii;! 1 children to be gotten at
their homes and taken .to their
h S? 8, *£'*•**• to be opened.
Bus equipment to be left
school house April 1st, 1937.
beides bond! 8 WWTant *°
at
at B /h) Ü°i, be i 0 Ç €ned Sept- 6. 1936
at the school house at 2 o'clock
brought in person. 0
2t
Mrs, Ed. Denbner, Clerk.
GOV. LANDON HAS
NO CONSTRUCTIVE
PEACE PROGRAM
TOPEKA, Kan.—Gy. Ai
; fred M. Landon, the Repub
lican standard bearer for the
Presidency, revealed a few
days ago that he and his
party have nothing construc
tive to offer to the people of
the Unite States on peace, a
burning issue today.
About 100 people represent
ing the Peoples Mandate to
Governments To End War in
terviewed Gov., Landon at his
home to put before him the
group's demands for a con
structive peace policy. These
people represented labor
groups, peace groups, church
groups, women« organiza
tions, farmers and youth
wide cross-section of
American public opinion. The
Peoples Mandate also plans to
interview Presußent Roosevelt
on. the same program.
The Governor did not com
' mit himself farther than to
express his "sympathy to
wards the peace movement
and to compliment the dele
gations representation of its
program. He promised to
study the documents they left
with him and he posed for pic
tures with the Peoples Man
date spokesmen.
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Do you believe in 'Horse and
Buggy' methods? Then why not
have your eyes examined the
'Modem Way*?
You will never again be satis
fied with an inadequate examina
tion.
DR. VELTERS VEERS LOGAN,
Optometrist, will examine eyes at
the Leland Hotel in Plentywood,
Sunday and Monday, September
6th and 7th.
Consult DR. LOGAN for mod
em profesional service in glasses.
E-Y-E-S
WANTED—Men for nearby Raw
leigh Routes. Write today. Raw
leigh's, Dept., MTH-137-SB, Min
neapolis, Minn.
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STOMACH ACID, GAS PAINS,
INDIGESTION victims, why
suffer ? For quick relief get a
free sample of Udga, a doctor's
prescription, at Miller's Phcy. 20t
FOR SALE—My six room resi
dence in old townsite, see me for
deal.— W. E. Pierce, Plentywood,
182L
FOR SALE—Modem House, with
out building, three and
acres of land, good well and cis
tern; half mile from (Plentywood
Schools.—Emma Salisbury.
FOR SALE)—Three lots and build
ing suitable for, Restaurant,
Confectionery, Beer Parlor, er oth
er business, at Redstone, Mont.
See Jack White. 2tp.
RURAL CARRIER EXAMINA
TION to be held in this district
soon. Closing date for applications
August 14, For information cover
1 n ß qualifications preparation
write GfrÜ Employees Training
Inc., Cleveland, Ohio.
half
a
Electric Refrigeration
Air Conditioning
MEN WANTED. Reliable,
fair education, mechanically
inclined who would like to
■ better themselves. Must be
willing to train spare time
to qualify as installation
service experts. No experi
ence necessary. Write giv
ing age, present occupation,
etc.
UTILITIES ENGINEERING
INSTITUTE
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and
säÄ
young
were
ere given t t s ,V
directory
DR - w. D. ROY
Dentist
Phon« 119
Howard M. Inj
LAWYER
A. C. ERICKSON
Attorney «t-U,
Practice In All Coot,
Plentywood ,. Monti
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