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Plentywood herald. [volume] (Plentywood, Mont.) 1908-current, February 14, 1935, Image 8

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ROAST TURKEY
FRUIT SALAD
(with Whfjpcd Cream)
DINNER
SPECIAL
SUNDAY
CITY CAFE
50 c
CHILDREN'S
ORDERS
30c
PIE
TownTopics
Nels Oksendahl was a Scobey vis
itor last week.
Lynn York has returned from Glas
gow. He came back Monday.
Dave Dubry of Raymond was in
Plentywood the first of the week.
Mrs. Carl Tange of Outlook was a
shopper In the city Monday.
Grant Stoner was In the city from
Outlook last week-end.
See Peterson Company for mag
ad v.
E. R. Denzer of near Reserve was
a Plentywood business caller Friday.
Carload of furniture will arrive
adv.
Jens Tange of Redstone was here
last Friday.
Ed Battleson of Scobey, was here
on business matters Tuesday.
E. M. Jackson is driving a new
Ford V8 purchased last week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jensen went to
Wllllston Monday.
Carl Bull of Wolf Point, was a
Plentywood business caller Tuesday.
Martin Griffin of Dalevlew was In
the city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Beveridge of
Redstone were in the city Monday.
Samuel Sprague went to Malta
v Saturday to attend a conference of
rural rehabilitation workers.
Irvin Brightsman of the Sheep
Creek community. In south Sheridan
county, was in Plentywood Monday.
Latest equipment for testing mag
netos at Peterson Company. Magne
tos tested FREE.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McLaughlin
of Antelope were In Plentywood Sat
urday evening.
Mrs. Art Christiansen and Andrew
Christiansen of Antelope spent Tues
day in Plentywood.
Mrs. Ed Rankin of Medicine Lake
was a Plentywood shopper on Tues
day.
neto work.
soon.—Peterson Company.
adv.
Mrs. Sam Healey of Comertown,
was admitted to the hospital last
Thursday. She Is a medical patient.
Percy Seville left today for White
fish on business. He will be gone
about a week.
The Interior of the Moe's Beauty
and Barber Shop is being redecorat
ed this week. The painting Is being
done by Erick Antonson.
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Friday and Saturday
February IS and 16
The Curtain Falls
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With HENRIETTA CH08MAN
DOROTHY LEE
WESTERNER with TIM McCOY
Colored Cartoon "Babes At Sea"
SERIAL,
BURN 'EM UP BARNES'
Sunday and Monday
February 17 and 18
BRIGHT EYES
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With SHIRLEY TEMPLE and
JAMES DUNN
Comedy "She My Lily"
"Trails 49ers" PATKE NEWS
Tuesday Only
February T9
MYSTERY NIGHT
GOOD FEATURE AND COMEDIES
Special Prie««:
Adult« 20o, Children 10«
Wecbwday and Thursday
February 20 and 21
Count ot Monte Cristo
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With ROBERT DONAT and
ELISSA LAND!
Comedies and Fox News
Mickey Mouse Cartoon
Pal Night«. Given away Wednesday
$5.00 Scrip Book al«o Cach Prize
$1.95 for Wheat op to Ten Bushel«;
Tan Bushels and over $L50. Storage
Tickets any Elevator.
MATINEE'S
Saturday 1:30 p.
Special prices; Adalta 36, children Sc
Sunday Shows : Matinee 2 ; 30
Evening 7 and 9
m.
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I W. E. Jensen of Bain ville, was a
Plentywood business caller Tuesday.
Hazel Olson and Lillian Eggen,
both of Archer, were In the city Fri
day and Saturday.
Mrs. Willard Markuson and Mrs.
A. L. Kadlec were here from Medi
cine Lake Tuesday.
Chris Peterson, prominent Dagmar
farmer, was a Plentywood business
caller Tuesday.
tMr. and Mrs. Dewey HJort and
Mrs. Enoch Land of Medicine Lake
were in the city Monday.
Thos. Sundsted and Gonlua La ar
son of Dagmar, were Plentywood
business callers last Saturday.
Dolpha Lotbdell, Ooalrldge merch
ant, was transacting business in
Plentywood Monday.
A meeting of the America Legion
post members was held at the Le
gion Hall Tuesday evening.
Otto Hendrickson of south of Plen
tywood, was in the city Saturday on
business matters.
George Epier of Wllllston was a
business visitor in the city this
(week.
The Sewing Club was entertained
at the home of Mrs. Harry Larson
Wednesday evening.
E. J. Laahau of Antelope, was ad
mitted to the Memorial hospital Fri
day as a medical patient
Cftaus Tang, of Wllllston, N. D.,
was here Tuesday. Mr. Tang was a
former Plentyw'ood resident, moving
to Wllllston over ten years ago.
Miss Alice Brabec left Monday for
Seattle, Wash., where she plans to
make her home. Her sister Edna, is
living at Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Peterson of
Malta came Tuesday and were guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L C.
Peterson until this morning.
Judge E. E. Bel an ski Is still con
fined to his home with illness. The
Judge's many friends hope for Mm a
speedy recovery.
Orrin Julson of Medicine Lake Is
a patient at the Sheridan Memorial
hospital. He was brought here Sun
day, a victim of pneumonia.
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Overby of Redstone is at the
Sheridan Memorial hospital suffer
ing from pneumonia.
Little James Popescu, small son of
Pascu Popescu is quite ill. Mrs.
Lloyd Krobsbach of Culbertson Is at
the Popescu home as special nurse
this week.
Mrs. Sam Walkeden. of near Ray
mond was a guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Willard last week.
Willard's
Mrs. Walkeden Is Mrs.
mother.
Art Smith went to Wolf Point
Tuesday to drive book a new
truck for the Karlaon Motor com
pany, which rwlll be on display at
that garage.
Wm. Taylor and Sherman Dera
gish, representatives of the Tribune
Printing and Supply Co., at Great
Falls, were in the city last Friday on
business.
Mr, and Mrs. G. flE. Fulkerson of
Medicine Lake were here Tuesday
evening and attended the oyster sup
per served by the men of the Con
gregational church at the church
parlors that evening.
Wm. Mulholland of Butte, state 11
guor store inspector, was here Wed
nesday on an Inspection trip. He
went from here to Culbertson. He Is
traveling this section of the state in
specting liquor stores.
Harold Richardson, member of the
Plentywood unit of the Immigration
department, who recently underwent
operation for appendicitis at the
local hospital, was able to leave that
Institution Wednesday.
Beryl Hunt and Opal Alqulst were
hostesses to their bridge club at the
A. F. McLean home (Monday even
ing. Ruth Johnson won high at cards
and Mrs. O. B. M. Olson second.
Mary Elizabeth Johnson was low.
Carl Westergaard of Dagmar, who
has been a patient at the Sheridan
Memorial hospital, having recently
underwent an operation for a rup
tured appendix, was able to leave
the hospital Saturday for his home.
Roy Nelson and W.
were honored guests at a dinner at
the Nelson home Tuesday evening,
the occasion being Mr. Fellows and
Mr. Nelsons birthdays. A delight
ful dinner was served by Mrs. Nel
son to the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Miller left from
Wllllston Wednesday for Minneapol
is, where they plan to take In Mar
ket Week now In progress in the
Twin dries. Mr.
accompanied by Larry Stloe, of
Wllllston. They plan to be gone
about a week.
The Karl son Motor company re
ports the following car deliveries
this week: a 1935 Ford coupe to C.
C. May, of Culbertson, a Ford V8 to
Rev. Marius Larson of Dagmar, and
a Ford sedan delivered to H. R.
Blair of Raymond.
The men's supper, served at the
Congregational church Tuesday ev
ening was a marked success. A nice
sum was netted from the affair and
all who attended state that the male
kitchen artists prepared a sumptu
ous supper.
The ice harvest at the McCoy
creek la In full swing this week.
Considerable ke Is put up each year
from the creek and supplies many
residents of Raymond and several
business concerns of PI eat y wood.
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an
F, Fellows
and Mrs. Miller
were
Edward Mork of Reserve was dis
charged from the Sheridan Memorial
hospital Wednesday. Mr. Mork was
confined for treatment of Ms face
which was infected.
Word from Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Guenther states that they are again
located at Havre. They have been
at Nashua for some time, Mr. Guen
ther being connected with the But
trey store there. Raymond will be
with the Buttery organization at
Havre.
Percy Neville and N. J. Reuter
went to Minot Tuesday on business
matters. They made the trip in Mr.
Neville's car. .Mr. Reuter has purch
ased a new' four-ton truck through
the local International Imp. Co,, of
which Mr. Neville is manager, and
plans to go to Fort Wayne, Indiana
soon for the truck.
Nels Westergaard of Dagmar was
Wednesday.
In Plentywood
brought his daughter Miss Mary, who
is employed at the clerk and record
ers office, back to Plentywood, after
having spent Tuesday at her parent
al home. The court house officials
aud clerks enjoyed a holiday Tues
day, Lincoln's birthday.
He
The Plentywood Redblrds were de
feated by the Outlook Independent
quint at Outlook Saturday night The
score was 22 to 14. Those making the
trip to the Soo line town were Man
ager L J. Moe, Ervin Marsh, "Tex"
Olson, Knutson, Louoks, "Mose"
Reinert son and Bames. From reports
the game was a good one.
Judge Orders Four To Court
(Continued from page one)
an organization of various organiza
tions for the purpose of intimidating
this court and preventing a fair trial
of these defendants.
"'I am calling your particular at
tention to this more particularly for
the following reasons:
"There are a great many persons
In this state who are honest, who
mean well, who knowingly would not
be connected with any unlawful ad
venture, but who unfortunately lend
themselves readily to machinations
of demagogues and persons who are
unworthy of credit and who deceive
these honest persons into believing
there is something wrong with
someone besides themselves."
Judge Miller then read the three
letters he had received.
Demagogues Deceive Farmers
"Now the really serious part of the
situation Is not that these three sec
retaries of organizations would mall
to this court demands that clearly
constitute contempt of court, seeking
to Influei ce this court," Judge Miller
continued. "That is a matter that
the court might well overlook and
condone. Some foolish men write
foolish letters. If that was all there
Is to it this court would not bring
this to your attention, Mr. District
Attorney.
'The serious matter, and It is very
serious, Is that a few men who are
utterly Ignorant of why the prosecu
tions against these defendants were
started have seemingly been able to
Impress hundreds and hundreds of
farmers thru their organizations to
believe certain matters that they
set out
'These cases are bound to come
before this court for trial and unless
something is done to bring to the at
tention of well meaning farmers and
farm organiserions that there Is noth
ing to do about it except to have the
case Investigated and tried, they will
continue this by collecting from
these farmers and organizations
sums of money, and they are doing
It now. I understand, on the theory
that a crime has been committed ag
ainst these defendants.
Therefore, Mr. District Attorney, I
Instruct you now to take immediate
steps to have these men brought be
fore this court to show cause why
they should not be held In contempt
of this court for trying to Intimidate
Mm and corrupt this court."
Good Merchandise
Right Prices
Now is the time to check upon your
CREAM SEPARATOR
We sell the^amous
De Lava Äi
$ 79.50
Priced
MAYTAG
WASHERS
$ 69.50
Come in and see the new
FAIRBANKS-MORSE ENGINES
l l /z H. P. Engines priced at.
$ 62.50
FAIRBANKS-MORSE
WINDMILLS .
$ 48.00
Good used cars and trucks on hand. Get our prices
Peterson Company
Plentywood, Montana
Want Ad s
WANTED—Man with car. Route ex
perience preferred but not neces
sary. Rarwlelgh, Dept MTB-136-M,
Minneapolis, Minn. 23-4tc
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subjects. Earn while you I earn.
Catalog free upon request Mc
OARROLL BEAUTY SCHOOL, 7
East Granite—Butte, Mont. 21-6tc
FOR SALE!—Marquis Wheat from
2nd Generation Seod, $1.25 per bu.
Registered Polled Hereford Bulls,
coming yearlings, large enough for
service. O. E. Wang, Plentywood,
24-2tp
Mont.
FOR SALE—(Rebuilt "30" Caterpillar
tractor, cheap. See Peterson Co.,
Harry Nustad, Scobey, Mont. 24-2p
MAN WANTED—Age 25 to 45 years
for nearby established Watkins
Routes. Must have car. See or
write me. Walt for Watkins or I
pay parcel post if you cannot wait.
Peter Gleia, Dagmar, Mont.
24-p
Bright Eyes" Called
Ideal Temple Film
((
Shirley Temple—most sensational
film discovery of the year—will be
seen at the Orpheum Theatre begin
ning Sunday, in her latest and,
cording to all advance reports, her
best Fox picture, "Bright Byes.' '
"Bright Eyes" was conceived as a
Shiriey Temple vehicle by David
Butler, who directed the film. The
story was suggested to him, It Is
said, by a realdlfe incident occurring
at a commercial airport near Los
Angeles.
Relating the idea to Sol M. Wurt
zel, Fox Film producer, he found
the latter at once fired with enthus
iasm. Together with Edwin Burke,
famous screen writer who adapted
"Bad Girl" and other hits, Butler
was promptly put to work by the
delighted producer, setting the idea
down on paper. Then Its adaptation
was handled by William Consehnan.
Apparently It represents an entirely
now type of vehicle for the remark
able child player.
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Million Dollar Film
Coming To Orpheum
•In preparation for nearly a year be
fore a single scene was filmed, the
million dollar production of "The
Count of Monte Cristo," which will
be at the Orpheum Wednesday and
Thursday, Is hailed as one of the few
really big "specials" to come out of
Hollywood since the advent of talk
ing pictures, and a forceful answer
to the public demand for entertain
of wortd-wlde appeal, for all ages
and all tastes.
This lavish fllmlzation of Alex
andre Dumas' immortal classic Is the
most ambitious of the screen ach
ievements to date of Reliance Pic
tures, Inc., the Harry M. Goetz-Ed
ward Small producing organization,
releasing through United Artists,
■which made "I Cover the Water
front" and "Palodka," the Jimmie
Durante laugh riot.
Stockholders Meeting
The annual stockholders meeting of
the Sheridan Memorial Hospital will
be held at the hospital Tuesday. Feb.
19, 1936, at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. E H. E. Helgeson,
Secretary.
SMASH FIRE HYDRANTS
■Everson, Pen.—All fire hydrants In
with
this village were smashed
sledge hammers by a water company,
which alleged that the community
was making no effort to pay Its del
inquent water (Mil.
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