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The Bozeman courier. (Bozeman, Mont.) 1919-1954, November 02, 1921, Image 2

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Solid Comfort Glasses
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Jeweler and Registered Optomet
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Carl Justad was baling and deliv
ering hay to Bozeman last week.
Conz was a guest
Wednesday of Mrs. C. H.Manry.
Miss Cressie
Willis Brenden was a week-end
guest of Reno Foreman.
Donald Christie was busy last week
up on the divide getting l is winter
supply of stovewood.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reichman and
family left Sedan Sunday for their
new heme near Belgrade.
Jay Pease, Fred Ham and P. Mc
Mahon were busy last week hauling
grain to the elevators in Bozeman.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zemans, of
near Bozeman, spent Sunday visiting
with Mrs. Nellie Craig at her home
in the canyon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Morrison and
daughter were guests Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elliott
at Bozeman Hot Springs.
Mrs. E. T. Cook, of Three Forks,
spent a few days last week visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Foreman at
the Bridger range station.
Mrs. H. O. Rice and three chil
dren. of Clyde Par*k, spent last week
visiting in the Conyon with Mrs.
Rice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Mc
Mahon. at their ranch home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Pearson enter
tained about 75 of their neighbors
and friends at their ranch home Sat
urday evening at a Hallowe'en par
ty. The evening was spent socially
with music and various Hallawe'er
' stunts, and at midnight a delicious
supper was served and greatly en
jcyed.
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Another Strike
Now
THE COAL MINERS ARE OUT TO CAUSE TROUBLE
FOR YOU — THEY MAY STRIKE AND
STOP PRODUCTION
Be Prepared to
Keep Warm
WHEN INDIAN SUMMER GOES, WINTER STEPS IN
WITH ZERO. WEATHER AND SNOW
is Your Coal Bin
Filled?
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A DELAY NOW MAY MEAN BEING FORCED TO
WAIT UNCERTAIN TIME TO GET
YOUR COAL
PHONE US YOUR ORDER
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Mr. and Mrs, D. W. McClendand
and Mrs. John Brittain, of Sedan,
motored through the canyon Satur
day to Bozeman ,where they spent
several hours shopping.
Among the Bozeman visitors dur
ing the week were E. W. Caswell,
Mrs .Hyrum Olesen, Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Wicker, Ole Oma and family,
Carl Justad,
Ross, Ira Jenkins, Alfred Nickles, C.
H. Morrison and P. McMahon.
Mrs. Vincent F. Baker returned, to
her home at Josephine, Mont., the
fix-st of the week, after spending the
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past ten days visiting with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Swanson.
She was accompanied home by her
brother, Andrew Swanson, who will
visit with her for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Pearson enter
tained the Methodist church class at
their ranch home near the fish hatch-
ery Friday evening. Various Hal-
lowe'en stunts were enjoyed and at
midnight a delicious supper was en-
joyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Woolsey. and
son, of Chadbourn, spent Saturday
at Sedan, visiting the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J.Y. Woolsey, and
Sunday motored through the canyon
to Bozeman, where they spent the
day visiting with the former's grand
parents.
The pie social and dance given at
the Sedan hall Saturday evening was
a great success and a large crowd
attended. A three-piece orchestra
from Wilsall furnished the music for
the evening. The proceeds wifi be
used for the new water system that
is be'ng installed at the new school
building.
The Fanners' Union held
it >
monthly meeting Friday evening at
the Upper Br dger school house. A
iair crowd attended. The first part
of the evening was devoted to busi- j
A discussion was nad !
ness subjects,
on threshing, and it was decided to
build a new separator shed for the
company machine, the ground being
donated by J. F. Wheat. The stock
holders are all expected to help with
the erection of the building. After
the business session a short program
was given by the ladies, and then
a light lunch was served. The meet
ings are" to be held every two weeks,
the next being November 11.
Mrs. Alex Swanson entertained a
number of friends at their ranch
heme Monday afternoon in honor of
her daughter, Mrs. Vincent F. Baker,
of Josephine, Mont. The afternoon
was spent socially with music and
guessing games, the most interesting
being ''The Farmer's Love Letters
and "The Magic Menu/' Walnuts
were passed around and it was found
that each walnut contained a joke
to be read. At? 5 o'clock an excel
lent dinner was served. Those pres
ent besides the honor guest and the
hostess were the Misses Cressie
Conz, Marie and Ella , Papke, Bess
Aumock. Mary Hopf, and Mesdames
W. E. Wicker, I. J. Jenkins, A. Oma,
Nellie Craig, Alfred Nichols, E. R.
Kay, R. G. Gallup, Floyd Davis,
Charles Manning, E. Menzel, Charles
Papke, E. J. Pearson, Donald Chris
tie, Mary Hopf, and Jack Rowe.
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Miss Lois Ginn spent the week-end
with Miss Ona Metier.
Charles Cramer returned Saturday
from Butte, where he had been for
medical attention.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walton attend
ed the "Ag. Bawl" at the Gallatin
High School Saturday evenng.
Mrs. Martin Ryan and children
were visiting and shopping in Boze
man Saturday.
F. C. Smith and Bart Scollard, of
Manhattan, spent Sunday at the A.
E. Cramer home.
Martin Ryan has been doing con
siderable exchange work at the mill
lately.
The dance at Cramer's hall Satur
day evening drew the usual large
crowd.
The attendance and interest in the
Tuesday Bible study class is increas
ing and the members all hope it will
continue.
The trustees of the Springhill
j school purchased an excellent set
! °f history maps last week, which will
be a great addition
to the school
equipment.
Harold Wright, Bert McMasters
John Schrink, Lynn and Henry Wal
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ton attended the Hallowe'en social at
the George Spring home Friday even
ng.
The state veterinary tested.all but
two herds of cattle last week and
those two will be tested in the near
Most of the herds were en
futux*e.
tfirely free from tuberculosis, only
a few animals reacting to the test.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parker, who
have been working with the crew on
the Dry Creek road, are moving to
Logan this week, where Mr. Parker
will still work with the county road
workers.
Rev. I. G. Shaw will preach next
Sunday evening on the subject, "The
New Religion." The attendance at
church is steadily increasing, that of
last Sunday evening being especial
ly good.
' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sandquist
and sons, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Par
ker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Walton and daughter Frances, and
Mr. and Mrs.
daughter Ix*ene spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Ward McVay.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Carlson and
John Walton and
family, Mrs. Anna Crouse and Mrs.
David Rcbinson spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crouse, south
of Bclgi'ade. Mrs. Robinson rexxiained
for a longer- visit with her brother
and family.
There was a good crowd out to
hear R. G. Haste's address Friday
Rev. Mr. Pringle' also
evening.
funds for the relief will be taken up
this week. -
The new road, which extends from
the main Springhill road to the one
near Harold Wright's ranch, is be
ing worked this week and will be
'made passable this fall. This road
spoke briefly in the interest of the
Near East Relief, and the drive for
will be a great convenience to the
ianchers of the vicinity.
The social at the church Wednes
j day evening was decidedly successful.
The people of the entire community
had planned a little surprise for the
Rev. I. G. Shaw, in the way of good
things to put into his cellar for the
winter, and all responded liberally,
The Hallowe'en stunts made much
merriment, especially the pillow race.[the
I There} Jrill | e j) mother /community
social Armistice Day, November 11.
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school .natters at the office of County
Superintendent of Schools Saturday.
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Russell Bright and family visited
at the Thomas Cline home Sunday.
'Spencer Smith spent Sunday in
Bozeman.
Harold Cheney and family spent
! Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Co lins of Manhattan.
Mr. and Mrs* Earl Bircket of Boze
[ man spent Sunday with Mrs. Birck
et's sister, Mrs. E. S. Cloninger.
Refreshments of pumpkin pie, ap
ples, doughnuts, ice cream and cake
j we re served.
3. Cloning attended to
Mrs. J. M. Beck, who has been ill,
is reported to be improving.
Visitors from Central Park enjoyed
the day at the college at Bozeman
Saturday.
Mr- and Mrs.
W. ,G. Dyke with
their guests, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Ren
nick, went to Manhattan Sunday.
Dr. C. S. Smith and wife were out
looking after their
Sunday.
Floyd Poor and family, of Wilsall,
attended church services at Central
Park Sunday and took dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cline.
dairy ranches
The Hallowe'en social given by the
at the home of
Loyal Boosters
Mr. and Mrs. George Spring Friday
evening was a success in every way.
The house was decorated in true
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Hallowe'en style,
and t the young
people spent the
Hallowe'en games and stunts.
Mrs. Carol Willmore is visiting her
cousin, Mrs. Henry Moffitt, this
week. She
evening playing
expects to visit her
brother, John Cloninger, near Sales
Ville, before returning home.
The school children invited the par
ents to a Hallowe'en club meeting
at the school house Monday after
noon. A Hallowe'en
program was
given, and refreshments of ice cream
and cake served.
Miss Lenora Keller of St. Paul was
in the community Monday represent
ing the Webb Publishing Co. She
'started the school children at woyk
and they succeeded fn earning a, nice
picture of George Washington for
the school room.
The following pupils were neither
absent nor tardy during the month of
October: Grace Cheney, Harold
Oman, Vesta Abercrombie, Harriet
Abercrombie, Myrtle Rash, Iva Rash,
Vincil Dean, Myrtle Knadder, Bertha
Schneiter and Lydia Schneter.
The following pupils were on the I
honor roll for having made an aver-1
age of 90 per cent or over: Myrtle |
Rash, William Willmore, Vincil Dean j
Iva Rash, Grace Cheney, Myrtle
Knadler, Marie Knadler, Harold
Oman, Harriet Abercrombie, Vesta
Abercrombie, Lydia Schneiter and
Gladys Essex.
The farmers of this community are
taking advantage of the fine weather
to do fall plowing.
The visitors to Bozeman this week
were J. R. Rash and wife, Guy Oman
and family, W. S. Rash and family,
Mrs. E. S. Cloninger and son, Robert
Vincil, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Cline and sons.
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Mrs. J. Hoffman visited with Mrs.
Earl Werner Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Nellie Malmborg spent a cou
pie of days in Bozeman during the
week.
W. E. Paxton returned Wednesday
from Chicago, where he went with a
shipment of cattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Reese of Elec
trie visited with Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Marble at their home here a few days
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Sorensen and son
Ray. of Amsterdanx, spent Sunday at
the home, of Mr. Sorensen's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Sorensen.
Mrs. E. R. Kay and her guest, Mrs.
Rowe, and son Jack, of Butte, spent
a few hours with Mrs. Nellie Craig
in Bridger corryon one day last) week.
William Schutt, of Butte, stopped
at the home of his brother-in-law, B.
Weiner, and family, Thursday even
ing. He was driving to Billings by
auto
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Akey and chil
dren left Thursday for Colorado,
where they will spend the winter, to
benefit Mx*s. Akey's health. Bill Wat
son has rented their ranch for the
coming year,
^fr. and Mrs. A. Marble, Mrs- Maxy
Watson, Misses Dora and Martha
Werner, and Mary
Wells, Sigvard Jensen, A. J. Reese,
George Stubler, Bill Watson and Earl
and Bernard Werner were among the
business callers in Bozeman during
week
Stublar, J. L.
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Art Holden expects to leave for his
home in a few days.
Mrs. Nell Hogan, of Drummond,
visited here Sunday.
Mrs. Lon Hale and Miss Cynthia
Gerriss were oxrfc to the Ruby hills
Sunday on a search for rubies.
Hallowe'en was observed in fitting
style by the young people of our
town Monday night.
The teachers gave a Hallowe'en
party to their pupils last Friday aft-1
ornoon* ■ 1 - r
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sinnett and;
two little daughters left Butte last
Saturday for Portland, Ore., where
they Will réside in the futur«,
and Mrs. Sinnett are
WiSow Creek*
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Mr.
knows in
Mrs. Fred Cleveland was a Boze
Friday, being the guest
Alvin and Raymond.
man visitor
of her son
Cooper and John Buttleman.
Mrs. William Krudde and Mrs.
Mike Walbert were Butte visitors
Monday, going there on a shopping
tour.
• Fred Cotton was a Willow Creek
visitor last week. He is employed
•at the Montana power plant and will
work there for the winter,
Mr. and Mrs. Reese Roberts, Mr.
iMss
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and Mrs. J. T. Roberts and
Rosie Roberts autoed to Whitehall
Roberts
Sunday. Mrs. J. T.
mained there to visit Mrs. Black.
Forethought
About Christmas
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Christmas may seem a long way off, but really it is
not. There is little enough time in which to secure these [
particular gifts which must be made to order, or sent for ]
specially.
Each year we make for Christmas presents numerous
articles of jewelry from designs submitted by patrons, or •
drawn especially for them. Orders for such work must be J
placed long in advance. We will be glad to consult with j
you concerning the making of jewelry to order.
Articles in stock will be put aside and held until
Christmas, if desired. Payments can be made, after the
initial deposit, to suit one's convenience.
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Jewelers and Optometrists
6 W. Main St.
The Hallmark Store

OYSTERS
HAVE GREAT FOOD VALUE
We are receiving regular express shipments direct from
the oyster beds at Princess Bay, New York.
Extra Fancy New York Counts—Solid Meat,in a Sealed
Container Packed in Ice
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Include these oysters in your order today and give your
family a real treat.
Quart .
Half Gallon
One Gallon
THOÄ. H. REA (Sl CO.
Phone 24
Coal - Coal
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THE TEMPORARY SETTLEMENT OF THE RAILROAD
STRIKE SHOULD BE YOUR HUNCH TO FILL
YOUR COAL BINS AND KEEP THEM FILLED
The Cold
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OWL CREEK and WOOD
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237 W. Main
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Mr. and Mrs. Guise, of Eddy, Mon
tana,stopped off Monday on their
way to Bozeman, where they intend
to spend the winter.
A suuprise party was given last
Wednesday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. James Hankinson in
honor of the 28th birthday of Charles
Friedman. Cards were played until
midnight; then a lunch was served,
after which dancing was engaged in
until the wee sma' hours. Prizes were
Ladies' first
awarded as • follows:
Enoch Tinsley;
ladies'
prize, Mrs.
booby prize, Miss Blanche Skinner;
i gents first prize, Frank
Cooper;
gents' booby prize, Mart Holden.

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