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The Wolf Point herald. (Wolf Point, Mont.) 1913-1940, January 01, 1920, Image 7

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Wednesday, December 31
$3.00
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Wheat, Dark Northern
Wheat, Durum No. 1 .
Wheat, Winter No. 1 .
Flax, No. 1 .
Oats .
Barley .
Rye .
Dairy Butter .
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The Herald is the buyer's guide.
Opportune and World's Best flour
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Mrs. Jack Smith of Poplar was in
town shopping Wednesday.
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Otis Albert on December 29th.
We buy and sell second-hand
stoves and ranges. Kelly Bros. 38tl
Hugh N. Marron is spendinga ten
day vacation with friends at Great
Falls.
Mrs. Adolf Hauge entertained a
few friends at her home Saturday
evening.
A handsome new gold letter sign
adorns the front of the Buttrey
Swift store.
Mrs. Etta Johnson of Billings is
visiting at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. E. M. Culver.
Friday, an Artcraft Special at the
Liberty, this week, showing Henry
B. Walthall in "False Faces."
The Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen announce their annual
ball for January 19th, at the Col
iseum.
W. S. Carson, Great Northern
yardmaster at Bowdoin, came down
Tuesday to attend the Masonic in
stallation.
Jack Leonard, formerly of this
city, is now traveling salesman for
the Cudahy Packing Co., with terri
tory along the main line.
Don't miss the big basketball
game at the high school gym Friday
night, Jan. 2, between the Glasgow
and Wolf Point city teams.
The Masonic lodge generously re
membered the needy of the city on
Christmas morning, the distribution
being in charge of Chief Butterbrodt
and Claude Moore.
Charley Smith says that false fire
alarm last week resulted from a mis
take at the Central office. The little
run up the street didn't do the boys
a bit of harm, anyway.
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North Dakota, points where he went
to spend Christmas and attend the
wedding of his friend, Wm. O.
Hougen.

LIBERTY THEATRE
Commencing Sunday, January 4th
SUNDAY
PARAMOUNT-PATHE
'COME OUT
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Margaret Clark in
OF THE KITCHEN.'
Good Comedy and Pathe News.
MONDAY
AMERICAN-PATHE
"MOLLIE OF
All-Star cast in
THE FOLLIES."
Also "TIGER'S TRAIL.
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TUESDAY
JEWEL ATTRACTION
'THE MIL
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Monroe Salisbury in
LIONAIRE PIRATE."
A Comedy entitled
HOUND."
'THE TEA
WEDNESDAY
FOX-LKO
Peggy Hyland in
ROUND."
Comedy entitled
SOAPSUDS."
'MERRY-GO
"SIRENS AND
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UNIVERSAL-PATHE
'RIDERS OF
Harry Carey in
VENGEANCE."
Pathe News.
FRIDAY
ARTCRAFT SPECIAL
Henry B. Walthall in
FACES."
Mutt and Jeff in "MUSICAL
SOUP."
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THE MYS
Ethel Clayton in
TERY GIRL.
Fatty Arbuckle in "The Sheriff.
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Opportune and World's Best flour
at Patton's Elevator.
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Fatty Arbuckle, Saturday, Janu
ar y 10th, at the Liberty.
Joe Klinkhammer is helping Ole
Dahl in the Home Meat Market.
Mr. and Mrs. John Buchholz were
among those in from the Southside
Saturday.
Dont fail to see Fatty Arbuckle
Saturday, January 10th, at the Lib
erty theatre.
If your kodak needs adjusting
bring it to the Wolf Point Studio.
Gulhaug can fix it.
A girl or woman wanted for gen
eral house work. Address L-14, in
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care of The Herald.
Mrs. J. M. Leonard of Poplar is
visiting at the Adolf Hauge and F. j
H. Livingston homes.
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Read The Herald's interesting ser
ialy Swami Ram s Reincarnation*
which begins in this issue.
Mrs. W. A. Rogers left Tuesday
morning for Minot to spend a cou- j
pie of weeks visiting relatives.
C. H. Winship lost one of his best |
Impaction caused Î
by too much dry feed was the cause. I
"Riders of Vengeance," featuring I
the popular star, Harry Carey, next
Thursday, at the Liberty.
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horses last week.
The Davey Tailors are still at your
service, whether you want a new
suit or your old one fixed up. 36-tf. !
Merry little Margaret Clark will |
appear at the Liberty Sunday, in
"Come Out of the Kitchen,"
Mrs. Charles E. Clark and Miss
Mary Miller are Wibaux visitors in
the city today.—Glendive Monitor.
J. S. Bruner is at St. Paul attend
ing the annual convention of the
Griggs, Cooper wholesale grocery
force. j
Annie |
Marcell LaRoque and
Beauchman were marri°d on the af- !
ternoon of Christmas L. y by Father
Benedict.
Northsiders should remember the
meeting of third ward voters, Sat
urday evening, Jan 3, at the North
side school house.
George L. Onstad of Westby has
been in the city the past week assist
ing his partner, C. J. Severson, with
the opening of their new theatre,
the Liberty.
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Olson returned
to their home at Whitefish Monday
morning after a ten-day visit with
Mr-, and Mrs. C. J. Severson. Mr.
Olson and Mr. Severson are brothers
and had not met for 24 years.
Mrs. J. L. Siglias came in from
her reservation home Tuesday and
took No. 2 Wednesday morning for
Minneapolis where she will visit her
daughter, Mrs. Bird, who will be re
membered as Miss Lydia Terpe.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Hanson and
daughter, Olive, returned Sunday
night after spending Christmas at
the home of Mrs. Hanson's people
at Ray, N. D. Miss Mildred, Am
mundson, a sister of Mrs. Hanson's,
accompanied them home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hougen, who
were married at Williston Dec. 24,
returned Sunday evening after a few
days spent at the farm home of the
bride's parents near Ray, N. D. La
ter they will begin housekeeping in
their pretty bungalow on Edgar
Street.
The Degree of Honor lodge is
looking for a new meeting place.
Installation of new officers, which
should take place next Monday, has
been postponed until a
meeting place can be secured. Mem- j
bers wishing to pay their dues can
pay them to Mrs. Emma Johnson at j
the Park Hotel.
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A big New Years Ball was held at i
the Coliseum last night and was at
tended by a jolly crowd who thor
oughly enjoyed dancing the old year
out and the New Year in. Manager
Rogers says there will be no dance j
at the Coliseum Friday night, but if
there are enough who desire it there
will be dancing tonight (Thursday).
suitable
We of Montana want all you folks
at a distance to know that for two
weeks Montana has had the most de
lightful weather anyone could ask
for, with the temperature ranging
from a little below freezing at night
to a little above thawing during the
day time. It made a delightful hol
iday season, besides being a welcome
fuel and feed saver.
THE MASQUERADE BALL
The grand masquerade ball held
at the Coliseum last Friday night
was an enjoyable success in every
way and was participated in by 142
couples. Many attractive costumes
were worn, which ranged from the
beautiful to the laughable. The
Mrs. W. V. D. Chapman, who was
"Waiting at the Church," a five
pound box of chocolates; Mrs. F. J.
Owens, as an Indian maiden, a five
pound box of chocolates; Mrs. Al
bert LaRoque, as a colored lady, five
dollars in cash; "Heinie" Hein, as a
typical bum, a box of cigars.
prize winners were;
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Lutheran Church
Sunday school every Sunday at
10:00 a. m.
Morning service in English every
Sunday at Wolf Point, 11:00 a. m.
Alfred Hendrickson, Pastor
Methodist Episcopal Church
'The People's Church—Make It
Your Church
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Morning worship 11 o'clock
Epworth League 7 o'clock.
Evening service 8 p. m.
The subject of the morning ser
mon will be "The Measure of a
Man >" and of the ev *; ning , selrmon '
In the Hands of a Master '
This
will be the first Sunday of the New
Go to
Let's make it a
Year.
Church
This would be a good time to begin
Sunday for everybody
again.
Our Christmas entertainment was
^ great success. We regret very
much that we were not able to ac
comodate all the people who desired
to come and that some turned away
thanks are due to the committee that
had charge of the program for that
evening.
We cordially invite you to our
Our
because there was no room.
services.
R. I. STONE, Pastor.
Pre.byterian Church
Morning service at 11 a. m.
Evening service 7:46 p. m.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
The Christmas program given on
Christmas Eve, and published in an
other column, was immensely enjoy
ed by all. A large offering was re
ceived and sent forward to the relief
of the Syrian orphans. At the close
of the program Santa Claus appear
ed amid the sound Christmas bells,
and gave an address that will be |
long remembered by all those who
He then handed out the
heard him.
Christmas gifts. Santa, we thank 1
you for your advice, good cheer and
smiles, for your presence made
Christmas more real and filled our i
hearts with joy.
The Pastor wishes to express his
appreciation for many thoughtful
and valuable gifts received during
the Christmas season. j
Rev. Amos Oneroad, pastor of the
Indian church, will preach the ser
This will
mon on Sunday evening,
be a privilege as well as an oppor
tunity to hear the Gospel from the j
standpoint of the Indian.
S. McIVOR.
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Census Enumerators Named {
Dr. W. H. Barth, supervisor of the
census for this district, announces
the following enumerators so far ap
pointed for Roosevelt county: Mar
tin L. Walter, Charles Gordon and
John Erickson, Wolf Point; Oscar
A. Lawson, Poplar; Mrs. Mamie J. i
Curran, Brockton.
BAINVILLE TOWN TEAM
LOSES TO OUR WOLVES
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met on the local high school gym
floor last Friday evening with the
result an easy one-sided victory for
the Wolves. The visitors played a
clean, game contest but lacked the
experience needed to cope with the
local athletes.
The town basketball teams repre- ;
King and Poore were back in the i
line-up in the forward positions and
showed remarkable speed and excel
lent scoring ability.
Berlin at center and Kandier at
guard made the top records for bas
ket shooting with an even dozen
each. When Frahm gets back in his
position, the "Big Five" will be a
combination that will seek far for
its equal. Hall, Pouder and Lenz
each took turns at guard and showed |
up well. The line-up and scoring i
records follow :
Wolf Point
Field Foul
Baskets Baskets
King, 1. f.
Poore, r. f.
Berlin, c
Kandier, r. g.
Hall, 1. g.
Pouder, 1. g.
Lenz, I. g.
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Bainville
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Coulson, 1. f.
Dettmer, c.
Mitchell, r. g.
Reynolds, 1. g.
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gow and Wolf Point will meet on the
local high school gym floor Friday
night, Jan. 2. The game will be fast
and exciting, as both teams are
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strong and confident. The Wolves
have not lost a game and do not in
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game will be worth seeing,
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