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Plentywood herald. [volume] (Plentywood, Mont.) 1908-current, February 14, 1935, Image 4

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LAKE COUPLE HONORED
ON 25TH ANNIVERSARY
Special to the Herald
LAKE VIEW, Feb. 14.—One hund
red guests gathered at the large
farm home of Mr. and Mrs. B. M.
Nelson, living near Medicine Lake
last Friday evening to honor them on
the 26th anniversary of their wed
ding. The affair was in the form of
a surprise.
Games were played and a short
program consisting of music and a
mock wedding ceremony was pre
sented.
The honored couple were present
ed with a set of silverware as a tok
en of esteem from their many
friends.
Neighbors, many of whom home
steaded with Mr. Nelson In 1906
were present at the festivities. Nels
Sorenson, one of their neighbors, and
■who was present at the wedding an
niversary party, took part In the
charivari which welcomed "Ben" and
his bride when they arrived from
Ersklne, Minn., in 1910 at the time
they were married.
Following a delicious lunch, danc
ing was enjoyed until a late hour.
MORE LAKE VIEW NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rlchwlne
drove to Poplar Monday.
Win. Reimers and Emil Anderson
were Plenywood visitors Tuesday
and Wilfred Parent and Dell Tennis
were there Wednesday.
Mrs. E. M. Olson, Gordon Peterson
and Rueben Granlund were dinner
guests at Eric Granlund's Thursday,
the occasion being Eric's birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Bellsle vis
ited at the Carl Lyson home Satur
day.
Mabel and Jane Rlchwlne were
home for the week-end.
Rudolph. Bellsle and Morris Jen
sen were callers at the county seat
on Monday.
Mrs. Morris Jensen was confined
to her bed for a couple of days by a
seriously injured hip and ankle suf
fered in a fall Friday. She Is im
proving slowly.
Clarence Bellsle returned to his
home Monday after spending several
days with bis grand parents, Mr. " id
Mrs. Ed Smith.
Elmer Jensen who Is employed In
Medicine Lake made a short visit to
his home Friday evening.
Visitors at Morris Jensen's Sunday
were Dell Tennis. Mr. and Mrs. Wll
red Parent, Ida and Charlotte, Mr.
and Mrs. Eric Grandlund, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Rlchwlne and Shirley
id Mrs. P. Stringer.
OUTLOOK PEOPLE
HAVE CARD PARTY
Special to the Herald
OUTLOOK, Feb. 14.—The Altar
Society of the local Catholic church
sponsored a bridge party Friday ev
ening. A large crowd was present
to enjoy the games which were In
progress. Mrs. Carl Tange and Ar
thur Ueland had high scores. Mrs.
Scott and Mr. Simonett were award
ed the consolation honors. Miss An
na Melle received the door prize.
ADDITIONAL OUTLOOK NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ruegsegger and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant attend
ed the President's Ball In Plenty
wood Saturday night of last week.
Mrs. Fitzgerald and son Kevin,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Homme and Mrs.
Joe Rick motored to Plentywood
Monday.
The Red Birds of Plentywood play
ed the Outlook Independents on the
local floor Saturday night. The
score was 14 to 22 In favor of the In
dependents. The game was follow
ed by a dance the Black and White's
furnishing the music.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dubry of Ray
mond came up Friday evening to at
tend the bridge party.
Mr, and Mrs. Orley Short were
Plentywood visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Swan Back and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Ross and their
families were dinner guests at the
Ellis Hurst home Sunday.
Mr. and (Mrs. G. B. McMillan of
Plentywood called at the J. B. Alex
ander home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morris visited
Plentywood Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Ladd and
Norma Bjerke took In the show at
Plentywood Sunday night
Mrs. Mike Flannery entertained a
few guests Monday evening at one
of her delicious chicken mulligans.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nelson were
host and hostess Sunday evening at
a bridge dinner. Mrs. Billy Ruegseg
ger and J. Rasmussen won high
score and Mrs. Ike Selvlg the con
solation.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Garridk attended
the show In Plentywood Sunday
night
Messrs. BUI and Kenneth Bo« and
the Misses Esther and Mayme John
son and Lucille Boe visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lien on
Sunday.
Adam Graff celebrated his 80th
birthday on Monday.
Ralph Chaffee of Dalevlew was
visiting In town Wednesday.
Mrs. Jens Tange has been on the
sick list the past week.
A number of the young people sur
prised Miss Eileen Ordahl on her
birthday Tuesday night, at the Mar
tin Lundeen home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morris enter
tained at a bridge dinner Tuesday.
Three tables were in play. Mis« Hill
won the first prize and 'Mrs. Carl
'Tange the consolation.
Miss Marjorie Hill of Fergus Falls,
(Minn., has been visiting Mrs. Ray
Morris for a few days.
A number of new books have been
added recently to the Outlook li
brary.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fitzgerald took
their aon Kevin to Plentywood Tues
day to consult a doctor.
Walter Anbott took Mrs. Anbolt to
Pl en t y w o od Monday of taut week to
take the train to Charboneau to visit
her father.
Pete Kohler and Carl Woldon
turned from Fort Peck Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tange and Mrs.
Claude Mills drove to Plentywood
Monday. Mr. Tange attended the
commissioners' meeting.
The community club held a meet
ing in the "Hall" Tuesday night.
The Misses Mildred Hark and Nor
ma Bejrke are keeping house for
Mrs. Walter Anholt during her ab
sence.
A host of farmers were in town
Wednesday to attend the seed loan
meeting in the hall.
WESTBY LODGE HAS
OLD TIME PARTY
Special to the Herald
WESTBY, Feb. 14—The A. 0. U.
W. lodge entertained nearly 126
members and their friends at an
old fashioned party at the lodge hall
Friday night. Games, contests and
stunts were the evening's entertain
ment. The affair was a most suc
cessful one. Refreshments were
served in the lodge dining room.
ADDITIONAL WESTBY NEWS
Billy Weatherly has beeo quite 111
with bronchial trouble the past
week.
Miss Marjorie Enger who teaches
north of town, spent the week-end
at her home.
A whist tournament between For
tuna and Westby players was played
at Westby Wednesday night of last
week. The Westby men proved to
be the better players by 158 points.
The birthday circle was entertain
ed at the home of Mrs. Luther Hult
gren Wednesday of last week. A
dainty luncheon was served by Mes
dames Meyers and Hultgren. The
circle is making plans to entertain
their "husbands" and members of the
school faculty at a Valentine party
Feb. 14.
Mrs. Luther Hultgren and Mrs.
Ed Iverson were shoppers at Wlllls
ton Monday.
Messrs. Roy Stageberg, Morris
Johnson. Oscar Helseth and Art Jen
son of Fort Peck spent the week
end at their homes here. Art Jenson
who has been seriously 111 for some
A.O.U.W. Hall
Westby, Montana
Saturday and Sunday
February 16 and 17
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time, will remain at home for the
present.
The basketball teiune played two
games last week. On Wednesday
night they defeated Crosby on the
Westby floor by a score of 19 to 10,
and on Friday night at Fortuna they
defeated the Fortuna team by a
score of 14 to 8.
Ralph Leninger and Palmer Jen
son took Alvin EUingson to Noonan
last Monday to consult a doctor.
County commissioner Hunter ot
Dooley was a Westby caller Monday.
Mrs. Hilda Hamilton reontered the
.Ambrose hospital last week, wiiere
she will undergo an operation.
Q. F. Frieslaben and Palmer Jen
son were business visitors at Fair
view and Culbertson Friday and
Saturday.
Donald Miller made a business trip
to Columbus, N. D., last Tuesday. He
also visited at the Geo. Miller home.
A surprise birthday party for Mrs.
Chas. Meyers was hedd at the Oscar
Neston home Thursday afternoon of
last week. Mrs. Meyers was present
ed with a remembrance from her
friends. A bountiful "pot-luck" lunch
was served by the guests.
A large crowd of relatives and
friends gathered at the Anton Nel
son home Sunday afternoon to help
Mrs. Nelson celebrate her birthday.
A lovely lunch was served by Mrs.
Nelson.
Mrs. Bert Hoel entertained twelve
ladies at a '^birthday party" at her
home Monday afternoon. A delicious
lunch was served by Mrs. Hoel.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Olson, Mr.
and Mrs. Thorvald Nelson and Mrs
lAnton Nelson made a trip to Crosby
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hultgren and fam
ily made a trip to Noonan, N. D. last
Saturday to consult a doctor about
their baby and Mr. Hultgren's hand
which was badly Injured last Decem
ber and is still causing some trouble.
Donald Donovan who has been a
patient at the Ambrose hospital for
several weeks, returned home last
Friday.
Luther League Sunday evening at
7:30, Feb. 10.
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LUTHERAN FREE CHURCH
Westby, Montana
There will be service In St. John
Sunday, Feb. 17, at 11 a. m. After
the service the Luther Leaguers will
meet for orientation.
The service at Scandia will be at
2 p. m., Sunday. Feb. 17.
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SUFFERS EPIDEMICS
Special to the Herald
ARCHER, Feb. 14.—An epidemic
of flu and measles Is prevailing in
this community. The past two weeks
many have been taken ill. The ep
idemic is of a mild nature. Emma
and Arnold Lee were among those
confined to their homes this week.
ADDITIONAL ARCHER NEWS
Mr. and (Mrs. Edward Lee will
have the Archer services at their
farm home next Sunday, Feb. 17, at
2 p. m.
There will also be a business
meeting of the ladies aid and lunch
will be seved. The ladles will raffle
oft the quilt and pillows that they
have been selling numbers on.
Miss Bernice Leader Is reported
on the sick list at present.
Mrs. George Abenroth, George Jr.,
Helen and Edith made a trip to
Plentywood Friday as Miss Edith is
having dental work done.
Miss Lillian Eggen and Miss Hazel
Olson returned from Minot, N. D.,
last Sunday afternoon. The girls
are taking a beauty course at Minot.
Charles Grant was calling on the
farmers in the Mldby and Archer
communities last week, taking the
farm census.
Edward Lee and son Adolph, cele
brated their birthday anniversaries
last Wednesday.
Nels M. Olson motored to Plenty
wood last Friday afternoon and ex
perienced considerable car trouble
on the way.
William Leader drove to Plenty
wood with horses last Friday.
Miss Ida Moe is reported to be on
the sick list this week.
Edward Lee and Adolph made a
trip to Outlook Thursday afternoon
for seed corn.
Theodore Flakne, our faithful mail
man has been able to use the 'Ford'
on the mall route all winter and the
mall has been delivered regularly
three times a week.
Miss Lois Goodman, teacher of the
Lee school spent the week-end at
her parental home at Plentywood.
Fred Lee and son, Elmer motored
to Plentywood Wednesday afternoon,
Church Announcements
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
E. J. Bott. Pastor
Preaching, 10:00 a m.
Sunday school, 11:00 a. m.
Senior League, 7:00 p. m.
Preaching at 7:45 p. m.
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Rev. Earle A. Clifford, Minister
Church school 10:00 a. m.
Worship service 11:00 a. m.
LUTHERAN CHURCH
O. M. Slmundson, Pastor
Sunday, Feb. 17 ; Services at Out
look at 11 a. m. and at Archer at 2
p. m. The Archer service will be at
the Ed Lee home.
Sunday, Feb. 24; Services at Plen
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