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RURAL CORRESPONDENCE From Our Rural Patrone K g Pion«or Wide Awake 8 g K R. L. DeVan ey called at the Gunderson home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zeller visited the Sam McDonnel home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee left Wednesday morning for Minnesota where they have business inter ests. N. F. Toavs and family, P. A. Goerz and family and Linda Dyck were dinner guests at the A. F. Toavs home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nickel and family called at the A. F. Toavs home on Sunday. Rev. Clyde Dirks left Monday for North Dakota, he will be ac companied home this week end by Mrs. Dirks' parents who will visit here awhile. Rev. and Mrs. Dirks entertained number of young folks at their home Sunday evening in honor of Rosella Toavs who will leave soon for college at Billings. Bess and Zell Anderson visited the past week at the Sam McDon nel, C. H. DeVaney, Leon David, N. F. Toavs and Art Rensvold homes. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Zeller visited the Art Rensvold family Tuesday evening. Mrs. Dirks has been visiting at the Nickel home this week during Mr. Dirks absence. Rudolph Schmidt spent Sunday evening at the Bartel home. Rudolph and Cornell Schmidt Sunday evening callers at a were the Nickel home. Bud Bilyeu went home Tuesday month at the after spending a Grimsrud home. 8 Along Wolf Creek g » g Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dahl and family were Sunday guests of Theo. Dahl at Zrazer Sunday. Walter Johnson who has been assisting with the threshing left for Wolf Point Monday to attend school there. Evelyn and Buddie Cossette, Lu cille and Helen Johnson, Wilbur Sugden and Stevie Marmon are al so attending school at Wolf Point. Kathern, Eva and Henry Friesen J. C. Penney Co • Inc. DEPARTMENT • STORE Wolf Point S mar*—in Any Company ! Men ; s ¥irglE Wool PO&T COATS dn (Knitted but looks like a woven cloth) A T7r Priced for Big Savings — rq \ li , \2 Ëjiiil, •r. a v A t ■ 'rsy.} ; &'5yr r .': m&4 l i' Ü r%zX jf j ^ 1-5 si I Jttn Vi S-lliL IIÉ , r v Siiifcâï V; -, S 5s0 p v .."V They look like woven cloth —but actually they're close ly knit from Pure Virgin Wool — into the smart est of two- and three-color : scroll or block- patterns ! , j Snug — warm — jaunty — j j and a whale of a value! -.r-v.;: • 1 « / w W I Warm? You Bet — and Staunch as They Come! •y - ^ I GREY SACKING Flannel Shirts \ I 98« Only T * J siXJ). jA mighty big value, even for Pen bey's! For work or general outdoor wear — full-cut, well-made, with two flap pockets! Medium weight. t left last week for Glasgow where they will attend school. Peter FYie sen will assist with fall work be fore entering high school. Henry Dahl has been threshing for Otto Stubby. Rex Nickols has finished thresh, ing for Hugo Johnson. Mr. Robertson of Missoula and Mr. Gilmour are assisting Hugo Johnson with haying this week. Rex Nickolas made a trip to Wolf Point Thursday. J. J. Baker was a Wolf Point shopper Monday. Hugo Johnson was a business caller in Wolf Point Monday. John Deere mechanic happened along Wolf Creek (where John Deeres are very plentiful) the oth er day where threshing was in full swing. Mechanic—Well, what's the mat ter John Deere? John Deere—Well, I can work better when I am with my own tribe. Mechanic—I am often with dif ferent tribes. This is no time for grumbling. You can't fool me for I know what you can do. Snap out of it now and do your stuff. John Deere obeyed. Thanks. Mr. Mechanic, call again when not in such a rush. Could n't you smell that good coffee from "John Coffey's?" R West Side Sand Creek M Mr. and Mrs. Gorton came out on Saturday to take care of some of their vegetables. C. Chamberlain made a trip to Wolf Point on Tuesday. Mr. Prall is threshing for Char les Rankin. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Emmert vis ited Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McFar lane on Sunday. The newlyweds on east Sand Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sick les, we extend our sincere wishes for a long happy and prosperous wedded life. A large crowd gather ed at their home on Friday even ing to welcome them as our neigh bors and to make all the noise possible and in turn was royaUy entertained by music and feasting all evening. Sidney fair. More than 2100 individual ex hibitors showed products at the S » Waska K 8 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Barnes and Ben Thompson spent Sunday after noon and evening at Scobey. The Misses Bessie Hagen and Lydia Hoversland are attending school in Wolf Point. Mrs. John Hagen, who has been receiving treatment for a broken arm at Wolf Point, has returned Mrs. Andrew Hoversland visited in Wolf Point Wednesday and home. Thursday of last week. Herbert Stai left Thursday for Seattle where he will spend the winter. Mrs. Martin Thompson visited with Mrs. Russell Barnes Wednes day afternoon. Alvin Hagen is assisting Alfred Johnson with harvesing. been working for R. Jacobsen, has re turned to his home. Ted Artz sold three head of horses to Jim Welch. Torkel Farland, who has been assisting F. Zerbe during thresh ing, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown, who concession at the Glasgow ran a and Sidney fairs, returned home last Friday. Miss Prances Mahium, Sanford Mahlum and son left Tuesday for Miss Mahlum will enter Minot, nurse's training. Mrs. John Hagen and Lulu visit ed at Joe Fahey's Tuesday. Mrs. Melvin Jacobson visited at Nels Lund's Tuesday. School News Waska school opened Sept. 12 with an enrollment of 8. Miss Vi vian Sand is teacher. Our fifth grade geopraphy class is making paper pulp altitude maps of the United States. Sand Creek 8 K K a Mrs. Ralph Sommars, Miss Hazel Miss Anna McDonald Sommars, and Miss Eleanor Nelson attended the teacher's meeting at Circle on Monday and Tuesday. A crowd of thirty people sere naded the "newly-weds", Mr. -and Mrs. Ralph Sickels, last Friday ev ening at the Sickels home. The ev ening was spent visiting and enjoy ing the music and vocal numbers furnished by Stanley Sackett and Wm. Buxton. Lunch was served and all departed wishing the coup le a life of happiness and prosper ity. R. H. Wiers and son called on the Sommars family Sunday even ing. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McFarlane spent Saturday evening with the Sickels family. Mr. and Mrs. Mc Farlane moved to the Wm. Geer farm Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sickels and Miss Thelma called at Fleenor's Saturday morning. Misses Selma Olson and Dolores Cooper called at Lang's Sunday. Mrs. Albert Berner entertained the Homemakers club last Thurs day. and gave an interesting talk on food for infants and growing child ren and suggestions for school lunches, charts were shown of the teeth, normal and abnormal bone'-:. Then followed a demonstration of Christmas toys which can be made at home. Ten members were pres ent, also visitors, and one member added to the list. A nice lunch was served by the hostess. B. H. Wilson is threshing for H. V. Johnson. Miss Bellamy was present new The pupils of both schools are while the enjoying a vacation teachers are attending teachei's meeting at Circle. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berner and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hubbard called at Hagestad's Friday evening. Miss Ethel Starner visited our schools last week. A crew of men put in the bridges last week that were washed out, east of the Muus school house, in July. Castle Rock w « 8 8 School opened at Golden Valley Monday with Miss Elinor Clark as teacher and fifteen pupils enroll ed. Clay Gilchrist of Scobey was a Sunday visitor at the Leonard Sul livan home. Miss Dorothy Taylor left FViday morning on the Empire Builder for Bast Radford. Va,, where she ex pects to enter State Teachers col lege. Mrs. Steve Dorgan, who has been visiting Mrs. L. R. Sullivan for several weeks, left last week to visit relatives at Devils Lake. Mrs. E. N. Taylor and daughter Fae and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fred ricks of near Scobey spent Monday evening at the C. D. Taylor home. Mr. and Mrs. B, R. Taylor and son Burke went to Wolf Point on Monday. Leonard and Lawrence Sullivan, who have been helping Fremont Green thresh tor the past ten days, returned home Friday. Pier Taylor and family of Fra zor w^re Saturday uisrM visitors at 'avlor home. C. D. i':ie g8SHIBRBHKE8B8|ailHIRllliaiHHIK Cow Creek-HambHn 8 ft H 8 Pete Strodemeier and William Artz made a trip to Wolf Point on Saturday demonstrating storage of seed potatoes. Mrs. O. R. Funk Is on the sick list. Mrs. Wm. Artz and two sons William and Norman and Pete Strodemeir attended the fair at Billings. O. R. Funk went to Williston on Sunday to play ball, i Hugh Thornley left on Saturday j for Sheridan, Wyoimng. Mrs. Permie Nasby has gone to i N. Dak. for a visit with relatives, j Earle Barker and Wilber Thorn ley attended a dance on Rock Creek on Saturday night. Miss Cushman, state poultry specialist, will be with the home demonstration club on Tuesday, at two p. m. Joe Lundblad's. Come and learn how to kill, dress and finish your turkeys, chickens and capons so you will get No. 1 prices when shipped. Miss Cushman is certain ly fine and everyone interested in poultry is welcome to come. B K * LOCAL CHURCHES * g 8 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday school at 10:00 Morning worship at 11:00 Evening service at 7:30 Ladies aid meets on the first and third Thursdays of each month, there will be no meeting next week. the habit of Sunday school and church attendance. We extend to you a welcome and pray for the privilege of being as fell as re ceiving a blessing. The church furnace has been taken down and reset, Mi'. Smith and others donating service. FIRST LUTHERAN O. R. A. Tollefson, pastor Sunday school—10 a. m. Morning worship—11 a, m. Service at Frazer—8 p. m. Ser mon by the Rec. E. E. Tollefson of Froid. Divide Ladies aid meets at the farm home of Mrs. O. A. Monson, Sunday afternoon, with Mrs. A. K. Holoien as assistant hostess. St. Paul Ladies aid meets Wed nesday, Sept. 28 at the Ferdina home. The W. M. F. meets Thursday, Hostesses will he an Sept. 28. nounced next Sunday. Service at Victory school Sun day, Oc. 2, at 3 p. m. Wolf Point confirmants meet on Saturday at 10 a. m. New class of confirmants of St. Paul congregation meets Saturday at 3 p. m. at the Victory school. All children above the age of 12 years should begin the two year term now. Senior choir meets Thursday ev ening in church auditorium. Miss Mabel Thortsensen will de liver an illustrated moving picture lecture, Sunday, Oct. 2 at 8 p. m., explaining the work of the Wo men's Missionary Federation of our Lutheran synod. Everyone is invited. Our circuit Young People's Luth eran League convention will be held at Opheim, Oct. 7 to 9 inclus ive. Opening session Friday, Octo ber 7 at 8 p. m. Plan to attend as many sessions as you can and do what you can to send the young people, if you please. The combined choirs of 5 or 6 charges will ren der a concert Sunday afternoon. Diet Didn't Do This! ■■■ v. I m (A àï-ÿ': m W? Æs I ; : :S: I m m % % m ■ 'a*m V .ii*. Syrup Pepsin. This gentle stimulant will soon right things! The bowels will move with belter regularity j and thoroughness. There won't be I so many sick spells or colds. You'll | find it just as wonderful for adults, too, in larger spoonfuls! Get some Syrup Pepsin; protect your household from those bilious days, frequent headaches, and that sluggish means the bowels need stimulating. Keep tiiis preparation in the home to use instead of harsh cathartics that cause chronic constipation if taken too often. You can always get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin at any drug store; they have it ail ready in big bottles. H APPY little girl, just bursting with pep, and she has never tasted a "tonic!" Every child's stomach, liver, and bowels need stimulating at times, but give children something you know all about. Follow the advice of that famous family physician who gave the world Syrup Pepsin. Stimulate the body's vital organs. Dr. Caldwell's prescription of pure pepsin, active senna, and fresh herbs is a mild stimulant that keeps the system from getting sluggish. If your youngsters don't do well at school, don't play as hard or eat as we!! as other children do. begin i,r. Caldwell's ite of half-health that li ib c •. No services is Wolf Point, Victory or Frazer on that Sunday, so let us all worship at Opheim, The Women's Missionary Feder ation of the Lutheran Church will meet Thursday, Sept. 29, at the parsonage. The .hostesses will be Mrs. O. R. A. Tollefson, Mrs. Henry Frede-rickson and Mrs. H. Nyland. «• Weddings | * •* BELL-PEHAN Raymond Bell, youngest son of Mrs. Elizabeth Bell, and Miss Marie p e han of Glentana. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pehan, were married a the Catholic church at 7:30 Tuesday morning, Sept. 20, by Rev. Fr. Richard. Several rela tives and friends witnessed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Bell will live on their farm in McCone county. They have the congratulations and good wishes of many friends. LEUENBERGER-BELL Warner Herbert Leuenberger and Agnes Mary Bell of Vida country were married on Sept. 17th hy the Rev. Wm. G. Johnson of the First Presbyterian church. The bride is the daughter of John Bell. She was born in Wolf Point and grew to young womanhood here. Mr. Leu enberger is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leuenberger of Vida and has been a resident of that community for several years. They have the congratulations and good wishes of many friends. The wedding ceremony was wit nessed by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leuenberger, sister of the bride and brother of the groom. Demonstration; Club Activities Vida Achievement Day Held August 27 Our achievement day program was held August 27th at the Vida hall. The program consisted of recitations, club songs, club pledg es, a dance, play, and a demonstra tion. We Successful Workers held our 10th meeting on August 31st at the Krebsbach home. During the meeting we handed in our club stories and record books. Martha and Anna Eggebreeht demonsrated creamed carrots. A delicious lunch was served. It consisted on sandwiches, cookies, bridge favorite, and a birthday cake, it being Bernice Casterline's birthday. This meeting closed a very suc cessful year of 4-H club work and I am sure all the club members are very grateful to our local leader, Mrs. C. R. Casterline. and our as sistant leader, Mrs. P. M. Krebs bach. —Jean Krebsbach, reporter. COW CREEK CLUB The Cow Creek Home Demons tration club held their September meeting at Mrs. Harry Carr's. Thir teen members responded to roil call and several visitors were pres ent. Report of the Council meeting was given by Mrs. Hall. Bylaws of the club were read for the begin ning of the new year, so all would understand the duties and just what our club is for, so it might help with home and community problems. Project leaders gave an interesting lesson ss salads. Sack member broupkt something toward the making of salad for lunch, and after the business meeting over proceeded to put them to use and all enjoyed a lovely lunch of salads, sandwiches, cake and cof fee. was Our next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. H. V. Johnson, Oct. 15. Miss Bellamy will be with us and give a lesson on children's school lunches and children's toys. Come and be with us. You are wel come. Mrs. G. W. Hall, pres. The Husky Hustlers Boys 4-H club and the XL Girls 4-H club had their achievement day at the Ham blin Schoolhouse on Saturday eve. The girls and boys put on a very nice program and hope to make a good showing at the Circle day. Miss Bellamy was present and gave a talk after the program. Mass Bell amy and Mrs. Geo. Hall, recreation young new folk dances. AH enjoyed a pleasant evening. very NURSE TELLS HOW TO SLEEP SOUND, STOP GAS Nurse V. Fletcher says: "Stom ach gas bloated me so bad I could not sleep. One spoonful Adlerika brought out all the gas and now I sleep well and feel fine." Huxsol Drug Company. 3 (PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO CONSTITUTION OF MONTANA CHAPTER 137) An Act for the Submission to the Qualified Electors of the State of Montana an Amendment to Section 45 of Article 5 of the Consti- ' tution of the State of Montana Relating to the Pilling of Vacancies in Either House of the Legislative Assembly. Be It Enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the State of Montana: That Section 45 of Article 5 of the Constitution of the State of Montana be amended as is hereinafter provided, and that the question of said amendment be submitted to the qualified electors of the State of Montana at the next general election. That Section 45 of Article 5 of the Constitution of the State of Montana be, and the same is hereby amended to read as fol lows: Section 1. y Sction 2. / Section 45. When vacancies, caused by death, occur in either house of the Legislative Assembly, such vacancies shall be filled by appoint ment by the board of county commissioners of the county from which such vacancy occurs. AH vacancies occurring from any other cause shall be filled by election upon proclamation of the Governor. This amendment shall be submitted to the qualified electors of the State of Montana by being placed on the official ballot provided by Section 678 of the Revised Codes of Montana of 1921, and , as provided by law, and shall be voted on at the general election to be held in November, 1932, and the principal ballot to be used said election shall have printed thereon the words— Section 3. at r ~\ For an amendment to the constitution relating to the filling of I_I vacancies in either house of the Legislative Assembly. 1 Against an amendment to the constitution relating to the filling _I of vacancies in either house of the Legislative Assembly. The elector shall designate his preference for either of the propositions by making an "X" before the proposition desired. Section 4. proposed, shall be counted, canvassed and The votes cast for and against this amendment above a majority of all votes cast at such election for a*d against such amend, ment shall be in favor of such amendment, the Governor of the State *• shall so declare by public proclamation and the amendment shall be in full force and effect as part of the Constitution from and after the date of such proclamation. Section 5. after its passage and approval. Approved March 9, 1931. This Act shall be in full force and effect from and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ) STATE OF MONTANA. ss ) I, W. E. Harmon. Secretary of State of the State of Montana, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy on an Act entitled: "An Act for the Submission to Qualified Electors of the State of Montana an Amendment to Section 45 of Article 5 of the Con stitution of the State of Montana Relating to the Filling of Vacancies Occurring in Either House of the Legislative Assembly." IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the State of Montana, at Helena, the Capital July 25, 1932. 4 W. E. HARMON, Secretary of State. (SEAL) 27-13t 5 » «r» 55 I - - a receipt and a record for your money. Jf v a. >> i MM* * r sl '■ LX? m m £ TVi sâàÊS?& ' î y ~s\ L Pay Your Bills By Check • • • Your creditor's signature on the back of y«ur Check is undeniable, legal proof that you have paid his bill. Besides, it gives you a record of the transact ion . . . canceled Checks accounting for every dollar you spend. t Yes, a Checking Account even cultivates Thrift in that you think twice before you make out a Check. Not so with cash. OPEN . AN . ACCOUNT . WITH . THE First National Bank of Wolf Point, Montana / EB When Minutes Count•• Here are two important services -performed by the telephone as stated by two farm owners : "Last fall my house caught fire from an over-heated flue. I telephoned the fire depart ment and their quick arrival saved the barn and other buildings." "When our little girl was suddenly taken very ill we were able to telephone the doctor immediately instead of making a hurried trip to town. We firmly believe the time saved meant the saving of a life." For everyday 'uses the tel ephone is equally valuable in trips and time saved and its cost is but a few cents a day. i The Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Co.