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Mrs. Hilda Espeland. Blmer,
Luther and August Hultgren en
tertained relatives and friends
from Midale» Sask., last week-end.
They returned to their homes
Mrs Leon Mayhew of Lone
Tree was a Westby business cal
1er Monday.
The L.D.R. girls entertained
their mothers at a banquet at the
Lutheran church parlors Monday
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Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hultgren
entertained relatives at dinner
last Sunday.
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WBTBY
Monday.
Mrs. Hilda Hamilton, Mr. and
Mrs. Bud McCallister and Eddie
returned to the dam Sunday
aftemon.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Solberg of
Lone Tree spent Sunday after
noon at the home of Ole and Hal
verson.
Rev. Nelson, a missionary, gave
a lecture and slide pictures at the
Penteecostal Mission Sunday
night of Africa.
Mrs. Peter Solberg of Lone
Tree attended the L.D.R. banquet
at Westby Monday night. Her
daughter Palma joined at this
time.
Monday night the L.D.R. girls
entertained their mothers at a
banquet at the Lutheran church
parlors. Mrs. C. N. Rostad acted
as mother for Betty Haugen and
Mrs, R. Stubbe for Lola Haugen.
The program given was candle
light Mrvice her*. Elaine Eggen,
Palma Solberg, Lola Haugen,
Betty TSmbull and Ruth Nereson
joined the L.D.R. following Devo
toinary Ufe of an L.D.R. Girl of
Comertown. Mlaa Louise Pohle.
Song girls sixtete: reading, Al
bina CKristofferson and El
aine Peterson. Blessed memories,
Frances Thnbull, Ardelle Stage
ïStti ^rfmbull^*mnarka^ ea< Rev'
cw^ni' sonT ••Bless
St tte that binds."' The wait
aloe Bundt. end Cleo Stageberg.
tv, ,v„„u Heeor-1
ated for the occasion.
Westby was well represented at
the wedding dance of Mr. and
Charies E. Tarylor of Plenty-1
wood was a Westby business
caller Monday.
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Mn nioAm st Alkabo Wednesday I
Mrs Bloom at Aiicaoo wean j
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Last Saturday was the closing
dance at the Westby pavilion un
til next spring. Dances will take
place at the Orpheum. Watch for
the posters.
Mr. Walter Olson left by train
from Williston Wednesday for
Detdoit. He will bring home a |
new car.
Mrs. Lindsay, WPA field work
I was a Westby business caller. I
I Mrs Xyler of Plentywood, case 1
j worker visited Westby Saturday.
Clayton Zimmerman of
I Comertown has been assigned to
the Westby sewing project.
| The Westerners of Ambrose
ni n vfvH far i}ia Westbv H a n r a Sa- 1
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I y f vr t "Hultc-ren I
I Mr and Mrs Luther Hultgren |
I attended the sale and aid at Com
lertown Thursday evening. Luther
| a ^tioned the sale,
Mrs.
her I
Class mates regret to hear that
. Marie Holst is confined to
I home with trench mouth. They |
(hope for her speedy recovery,
j Comertown basketball team I
I played our home boys at the 1
I vVestby gymnasium Friday night. 1
I Music was furnished by the Sen
j j or orc hestra. The score was 17
to 16 in favor of Westby. At the |
Comedtown |
I preliminary game
| won.
Mrs. Andrew Haugen of Elk
horn attended the Westby Luther
| an Aid Friday afternoon.
i Thomas Trowbridge and family
I have moved into the residence,
| Noddhagen moved in from
the farm.
I ehester Leach of our high
j staff was married Oct. 31.
^ Miss Arrington 0 f
j Frojnberg. They are doing light |
| housekeeping at the home of Mrs
| Hjelm. Congratulations.
Oscar Neston motored his dau
ghter Ethel to Bamville Sunday.
Arthur Hultgren of Midale
at the Hultgren homes.
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I Mr. and Mrs. Anton Nelson, j
Enged and Irene Bundt were
(county seat shoppers Saturday.
I Martin Anderson has purchased
j the Alfred Hjelm residence.
Mrs. E - Hi« 1 « assisted Satur
at the Myers cafe .
John Leininger, Sr., of Fortuna
turday.
Mr Arrington of Comertown
| faculty was a Westby Sa .
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mayhew of
McElroy are enjoying a visit from
I Broomhead, Sask., relatives this
| week.
turday.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nereson,
Verna ^ Mrg . Lydia Blair spent
last week-end at Regina.
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Mr. and Mm.
and family of Medietas Dake
spent last Sunday at W estby.
The L.D.R. girls netted a m*e
sum from the rummage sale last
Saturday. _
p a ul and Luther Hultgren wore
Canada business callers Saturday.
Westby was well represented at
the carnival at Alkabo school rri
day night
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Me
Elroy are the proud Parents of a
daughter bom tothem atthe Am
brose, hospital Friday. Congratu
R 1 ° ns * t,,™« nf Tampr
Mr. and Mrs, Turner of Lomer
town precinct shopped at Westby
Friday.
_
_ Zimmerman spent the
week-end with her folks at Com
ertown.
Jeanette Krowcn spent the
week-end at her parental home at
Mrs.
Dooley.
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dionne,
son Frank and daughter, Mrs.
Adam Sedivi and her two children
all of Plentywood, spent Sunday
at the Joe Whitish home.
J. M. Whitish called at the A.
Kazeck home Thursday.
Cecil Marlean of Scohey was in
this vicinity Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Whitish
and little Betty were at Pete
Whitish's Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Logan and
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son Alvin motored to Plentywood
Saturday,
P i entvwood Saturday
* er . " Plentywood Saturday.
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^luldren, Mr. and Ms. J. M Whi
were in Plentywood Tuesday.
Art Kazeck and daughters,
R ut h and Floella called at Joe
whitish's Thursday,
I L. E. Boelens and son, Gordon,
I called at C. J. Dress' Monday.
Last Sunday Mesdames Jo*
Whitish and Ed Boelens gave a
jj"«*** ZÄ of
ftitze, ^ 18 ' sp* nt the past
two weeks visiting relatives in
this vicinity
Little Ardith Dress who was
quite ill is playing about again.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Dress, Jr.
Henry Basso and Mi Erna Ka
zeck sprung quite a surprise by
I going to Scobey and geling mar
I ried last Wednesday. The bride
I is the eldest daughter of Hr. and
| Mrs. Art Kazeck and a very win
some young lady. Thu groom is
a line man» a stranger in these
parts» but is a quiet and unas
suming young man, well thought
of by all who know him. The
happy couple left immediately for
heir home at Great Palls. The
good wishes, of the community go
with them.
Ed Boelens and Clarence Whi
tish called at Rev. Ross' Satur
day.
Wallace Barge and his sister»
Mrs. Robert Cook and little Ger
aldine spent Sunday at the paren
tal Jack Barge home. Their mor
ther is in poor health.
Clarence Whitish and Eugene
Kazeck narrowly escaped death
early Sunday morning when re
turning from a dance at Red
stone. The boys saw a car coming
toward them» weaving first to one
side of the road and then the
other. The boys held to their own
side of the road» figuring that
was too late to get to the other
side. The drunk made a dive right
for them. Eugene being at the
wheel took to the ditch. The car
rolled completely over and landed
on its wheels. The glasses of both
dors were broken, the fenders
jammed under» one wheel dished.
The boys were both cut up some
from broken glasses» also have
bumps on their heads and were
a couple of badly scared boys.
Too bad the highway patrol isn't
on the road at just such times.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lipska left
Wednesday for their home at
Stitzer, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Whitisn
called at Pete Whitish's Saturday
fliyj left Betty Jean for a few
days with her grandparents.
Dave Sommers called at A.
Kazeck's one day recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whitish
spent Saturday evening at Geo.
Jackson's of Plentywood. »
Sunday callers at the Joe Whi
tish home were Mr. and Mrs. J. J*
Kieth, Mrs. Clara Whitish, Mr.
and Mrs. Art Kazeck» Geo. Smith
and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Leasburg
of the Outlook country.
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The community was shocked to
hear of the death of Don West
of Outlook last Friday.
Mrs. F. Wolters gave a birth
day celebration in honor of Bery
Berlja last Saturday night in
Mike's dance hall. It was well at
tended.
Mrs. Herrin of Daleview gave
a birthday party last Friday even
ing in honor of her husband. »
Edwin Morgan of Outlook lost
five heads of cattle from some
sort of poison» the nature is un
known.
Lyle Fellon had the misfortune
of breaking his arm in two places
last Saturday night as he turned
over with his ear on the way
home from Whitetail.
Fred Radons called on the Joe
Hatvick home last week-end.
The WPA road project» three)
miles east of Daleview is progrès*
sing rapidly. It used to be impas
sable before with a heavy load.
Mr. Henry Bralja called at the
county seat lagt Thursday.
Mike Flannery gave a dance in
his pool hall last Saturday night.
It eras well patronized.
Helen Hardersen, whose parents
are Mr. and Mrm. Hardersen» and
Hazel Rasmussen, whose parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Hans Rasmus
sen» are attending Billings Poly
technic this year.
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STOMACH ACID, GAS PAINS.
INDIGESTION ri ÄS, T»
sufferT For quick relief nt [
free sample of Udgt,
prescription, al Miller'
ft doctor's
» Pbcy. 20t
FARMERS—Increu* Ik* muhs
of your molar fut! ena-thiiü to
one-hall treating u with MI
TENSE, costs on« out psr |il
Ion; one osa will tmt 100 gala.
"Cost
|1 per can. Buy «cuit
Producers Newt Office
The
LOST—Spare tire and duel for
15 Chevrolet pick-up on Blue
Trail between Plentywood ini
Dooley. Lester Herum, Westby.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Row« M ATcUWord, MtaisUr
Sunday School, 10:0* a b.
Church Sertki» 11:00 a
Young Poopl«'* MHtoi. «•
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LUTHERAN CHURCH
Orval A. Schmidt, Pm**
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Sunday mcnuBf »
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meeting of the Aat^oP*
Wednesday, Dee-3-*J
Ifàits Aid,
church by Mrs. n. ^
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