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Page Eight DEERING Alfred Itockgraber, who has been a patient at a Minot hospital for several weeks, returned home Saturday. Miss Edna Allen left Friday for Lakota to resume her duties teaching after three weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs, C, M. Larson, Ruth and Thelma Corum w,~re in Minor Thursday. Mrs. Lar~oi1 had dental worL cone. Miss Cora Flahaven of Omemee DENBIGH Mr. and Mrs. Bert Murphy enter- tained ,Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thomas a= cards last week. John Cleavenger called at the Steele home Wednesday morning. Mrs. Smith of Norwich called at the Steele home last Friday. She also visited at the Marvin Edwards home Saturday and Sunday. ] Pete ,Gaumer went on the mail route this week. Mr. Craft, the regular carrier, is still on the sick list. was a visitor at the F b. Allen home. ~^,_~ ~..t.~^ :. ~..~ ..... .+ xrom ~r;flt~,- untn r~cOenaay. . ... ]Pete Gaumer home at present. t~eo g mocker yea worn ~na. Gerald Stewart hauled hay fo," his son Charles of Minot was to un- f Dewey Johnston last week. dergo an operation, Jan. 5 at a Mhlot] Prof. McDonald and Mr. Mahle hospital. were Towner callers Saturday. Mrs. Herman Keller left Monday by R.C. Gaumer was a Minot caller way of .Minor for Valley City to se~ Wednesday. her mother Mrs. Keane who is report- ed ill. Mrs. Bertha Johnson returned Mon- day evening from Granville. Miss Alice Booth .returned Satur- day to her teaching duties at Brocket. Mr. and Mrm R. T. Cowin, Marion and Jimmie and Mrs. Jandes Gleason were dinner guests at the Mrs. Eliza- beth Cauthers home Thursday. M~s, Ralph Orndorf entertained the ~ltA~r society at her l~ome Thursday Kfternoon. Miss Thelma Corum went to Minot i~riday where she will be employed, ~Clarenee Sehultz, who has been visitinv, in Little Deep township re- turned last week to Deering. Miss Marion Chase of Wolseth was a visitor in Deering the past week, Hot lunches have been served this week to pupils who eat their noon meal at the school house. This is a worthy project and teachers as well as patrons are cooperating in makling it a success. Mr. and Mrs. George Blocker, Wood- row Audrey and Evelyn Frank and Miss Amy Medalen were among the dinner guests entertained Sunday at the Donovan Dunlop home, George Mflne, Mrs. R. L. Olson, Mrs. Johanna Halvorson and Miss Vera Olson were callers in Minot Thursday. Roy Jensen of Fargo a nephew of C. C. Haft is visitin~ at the Haft. home, BERWICK (Too Late For Last Week) JELSlNG~SOLLIN Miss Florence E. Jelling, grand- daughter of Mrs, E~ Hermanson of Ber- wick, and Bennle Sollln of Rugby were united in marriage in Rugby on Mon- day. January" 8. Mr. and Mrs. Sollin will make their "home in Rugby. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Grove and daugh- ter Bernadine spent Friday evening at the A. Bole home near Tunbrldge, 'Miss Prudence Aafedt, who spent her Christmas vacation with her parents here returned to Mlnot on Ne~ Tear's day. She was accompanied tb~[IneUby her sister Marrlel who ~pent the.week at the Ed Roache home. Marriel re- turned home Friday, Miss Ruby and Harriet Rue went to Minor on New Year's day to visit relar rives. Ruby remafned in Mtnot for some time but Harriet retu~n~d~home Friday. ..... Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Hilmen gave a party for their son Chester on his 21st birthday on Saturday evening. The evening was spent in cerd playing after which a delicious lunc hwas serv- ed. All reported having had a most enjoyable throe. Mabel Eikeness, who spent the Christmas vacation, at her home here returned to Minot on Tuesday where she is attending the Minot Business College. Mr. and Mrs. L. B, Ness spent Wed- nesday evening at the C. A, Aafedt home. Miss Edna Fylken. who spent last week tn Bottlneau and Rugby, return- ed to her home here Friday. Miss Yvonne Halseth. who spent the Christmas vacation with her grand- mother Mrs. E. Hermanson. returned to ~er home In Minot Sunday. Ben Schwan of DeviI.~ Lake Is spend- ing some time at the Nick Schaffer home. .Albert Fylken. who underwent an ~)peration in Rochester, returned to his "~home here Sunday. The Berwick teachers who spent the Christmas w, catton ~tway returned here Sunday. They are Miss W~allace of ~:Miss FedJe of Tunbridge. Miss Ylvian Grove who spent the Christmas vacation at the Marie VanEs- hess home returned to her home here on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Norheim, Hans~ Josephine and Dennis Bale were callers at the Lewis Grove home New Year's day. A party was given by Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Gordor on Tuesday evening for the married folks in town. The eve- r~ing was spent in playing whist after ~/rhleh a delicious lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis ~rove spent Sunday evening at the Lewis Grove home, Crystal Aafedt Of Potasi. ~Vis., after spending her vacation at her home returned on Saturday. Albert FcdJe was a caller at the ~wis Grove home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Teal were cal- lers in Rugby Friday evening. C. A. Aafedt and John Koentck were hu~iness callers in Towner Monday. ~@~e ~erdahl ~pent the week-end in :~f~'0t. While there he attended the ski tournament. Week's News) and John Anderson of the Lewis Grove home Iverson of~ Bergen has heen ~pending some time with her brother-in-law and slstbr here, Mr. and ~rS. G, H. Oordor. Ben Schwan of Devils Lake is spend- Sng agree time visiting at the Nich Schaffer home. Mr, an~ Mrs. A. S. Fedje gave a party ~r the married folks on Saturday eve- IMng. The evening wa~ spent in card ]~layD~" after which .a delielou~ lunch ~as served by ~he hostess. Mr. an~ ~rs. L~ B. NesS took home the hign B,.e e.ridge some tide at the O. S. HI1 e Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Norheim and ~an~ and Josephine Bale called at the Lew.i$ Grove home on Saturday. M~sses Mildred and Edith Ness gave party f~r a group of girls on l~r|day ~vening. "The evening was spent In ~A'd playing after which a delicious lunch was served by Mrs. L. B. Ness. Ole Fedje of Tunbrldge called at the ~k. S, FedJe home here ~tur~aY. P. O, Holland of Northfleld and Mr. ~Refli~g of Drake were buslnese callers tat the Berwick State Bank on Monday, Bernad|ne ~rove wa~ an overnight C. A~ Aafedt home on and Sylvia Aafedt the Lewis~ Grove n was a business caller rL in the school house Free lunch was are taking the the week- at ,ner. the Grove Hardin Bailey, who was seriously hurt in an auto accident three weeks ago, is ~lowly improving. Mr. Baileys Denbigh friends wish for him a speedy recovery. Oscar Tonneson was a Denbigh cal- ler Tuesday. Mrs. Clarence Paige spent the week- end last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Tonnesson. H. J. Eidsness was a Towner caller Wednesday. Mrs. Gene Ellis was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs., Duncan Leach in Towner. Oren Heath visited home folks over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Christianson entertained a number of their friends Saturday evening with cards. Anna Mahle returned to Towner last Monday to continue her work at the J. Dart home. Andrew Eikesdahl and Clarence Paige unloaded a car of coal for the school house last week. Mrs. L. Steele and Mrs. Simon Christianson visited school last Tues- day. Clyde Paige and son Buster were Denbigh callers Monday. Buster Paige, who was injured at the Truax mines some time ago, is doing fine and almost recovered. Dan Kottsl0aa was a Denhigh caller Tuesday. Mrs. C. Cleavenger and children were callers at the Steele home Tues- day morning. The many friends of Mrs. Frank Rosenerans will be pleased to leayn she is improving nice~ly at the Rugby hospital. Ed Thomas did some work at the teacherage Wednesday evening. Stanley Craft and Miss Yona Craw- ford were six o'clock dinner guests at the-Ed Thomas home last Sunday. W. E. Paige was a Towner caller Tuesday of last week. Melba Steele was a Towner caller Monday. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. g. C. Beck and ~ were cal- lers at the Gene Ellis home last week helping Mr. Ellis celebrate his birth. da. khool meeting was held Tuesday, Jan. 9. Visitors present were Ester Leckron, Mrs. S. Christianson and Principal McDonald. The school board is having some changes made in the living apartments at the school house, Dewey Johnston is doing the work. Joe Rosencrans called at the Steele home Tuesday morning. Sigrid Tonnesson w~as a caller at the Steele home Monday. SALINE (Last Week's News) Frank ester. C. R. Carty and Wilbert Cox were busines~ callers in Towner Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Asgood and Mary Frances Ehart were shoppers in :Mi- nor %Ved~esday. That night Mr. and Mrs. Henry stayed with Mrs. Nellie Ehart ~/nd Mlss Ehart spent the time at the G. R. Peterson home. Leo Mueller visited with home folks Thursday afternoon. ~V. G. Brummdnd and Maynard were visitors in iMnot Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Chllds, Mrs. C. R, carry and son and Leo Mueller went to Minot Friday. " While they were there they spent some time with V..E. Carty. Frank Aster called at the C. L. Ehart home Friday. Miss Wilma Sampsel of Bantry ar- rived at hte Fred McCabe home Sun- day to resume her school work aftec two weeks of Christmas vacation. Miss Sena Aanson is now employed at the G. C. Chandle~ home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Martin went to the Rugby hospital Saturday to see Mrs. Martin's brother ]~. E. Irvin who is s~eriously ill. Melvin Aster called at the C. I. Eh- hart home Saturday morning in the afternoon he visited with his cousin Ralph at the C. R. Catty home, Mr. and Mrs, Frank ester and child- ren visited at the Henry C, hllds home Sunday. In the afternoon Mr. ester called on P. Wlnkelman, Dr. Kolb wa~ called out to l~ee Dick Gains Saturday evening, On account of bad roads he broke his car and he had to make his return trip by team. Dr. Kolb was at the G. C. Chandler home Sunday to see Mrs. Chandler who has been ill for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brummond and Ber- nice and Billie were shoppers in Minot Saturday, While there they visited W. E, C~arty, who is a hospital patient. George Livingston went to Rugby Saturday to visit his wife and new daughter. (This Week) Mrs. C. R. Carty visited with her mother Mrs. Henry Chllds Wednesday. A card parity was held at the J. V. Lewi9 home Wednesday ,evening. Every one present enjoyed the evening. G. Torno broke his truck Wednesday while hauling a load of coal for Walter Boys. Ralph Catty spent Thursday night and Friday with his @randparenta Mr. and Mrs, Henry Childs. Friday evening Mr. a~d Mrs.Henry C~ilds visclted at the C. R, Carty home. Maynard Brummond hauled a load of coal for P. Winkelman Saturday. Mrs. P. Winkelman and Frances visited with Mrs. G. C. Chandler, Sat- urda afternoon, Sena Anaeson spent the week-end with relatives near Riga. Frances Winkelmau and mother spent Sunday at the R. D. Ellis home. Melvin and Dorr~ ester were callers at the J'ohn P'reese home Sunday. MIss G. Goodman arrived Sunday evening after spending Christmas va- cation with" her parents. C, R. Carty went to W. G. Brummonde to get her as the car was unable to get any farther. Mrs. Carty and son spent the tlvne with her l~arents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Child,. Mr. and Mrs. Henry spent MOUSE. RIVER FARMERS PRESS ....... IN DI~TRICT COI'HT, SECOND JUDICIAl, DISTRICT STATI", OF NORTH DAKOTA.) County of McHenry, ) ss. Fdward. Gilbcrtson as Ad) ministrator of tl~ Estate of) Alfred Ernest Kayler, (also) known as Alfred F.. Kay-) ler). deceased, Plaintiff.} VS. ) S I M MON'~ Th~q'on Hill, Allen Brown.) and all oti~er persons un-) known claiming an v estate) or interest in ,',r lieu UpO,l) tile property described in) the complaint, Defendants.) THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA SENDS GREETINGS TO SAID DI~FENDANTS: YOU and each of you are hereby summoned and required tO answer tile e0mplaint of thee plaintiff herein whicb complaint is on file in the office of tbc Clerk of the District Couzt of McHenry County, North Dakota and to ,~erve s copy of your answer to the said corn- plaint upon the subscriber at his office iu the City of Towner. Mcltemy Coun- ty, North Dakota within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you exclusive of the day of such service and in case of your failure to appear or answer as above required plaintiff will take judgment against you by de- fault for the relieY demanded in the said complaint. .Dated January 15th. 1934. ALBERT WEBER, Attorney for Plaintiff. Residence and P. O. Address Towner, North Dakota. NOTICE OF NO PERSONAL CLAIM Ti~e said defendants will take notice that the object of the above entitled action is to quiet title in plaintiff against all claims on the part of de- fendants in and to the following des- cribed lands and premises situated in McHenry County, North Dakota~ to-wit" Southeast Quarter of the. Northwe.~t Quarter, Northeast Q~lstrt~r Of the Northwest Quarter (also,.desribed at Lot Three) and the Southeast Quarter, all in Section SIx, in Town,ship One Hundred Fifty-five North, Range Seventy-six West and that no pers~nal claim is made herein against any c~f said defendants. Dated January 15th, 1934, 44-9 ALBERT WEBER, Attorney for Plaintiff, TAKEN UP Six head of horses, three blacks and three bays; blacks weight about 1300 pounds; bays about 1100. Came to my place January 10, Owner may redeem same by identifying property and payl r~g damages. E, E. HAMILTON. 43-5 Granville, N. Dak. NOTICE TO CREDITORs IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ANNA PHEL,AN. Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given by the un- dersigned Administrator of the estate of Auna Phelan. late of the City of Lewistow~ in the County of Fergus and State of Montana deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons having claims against, said decedent to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within six months after the first pub- lication of this notice to said Adminis- trator at office of John J. Coyle in the City of Minot in said Ward Coun,ty, North Dakota or to the County Judge of said County, in his office in said County and State. NOTICE is hereby further given that the time and place fixed by the court for hearing and adjusting such claims ave the 17~h day of July, 1934 at ten o~elock A. M. in the Court Rooms of the County Court in the Court House in the City of To~ner in ,the County of MeHenry and State of North Dakota. Dated thi~ 2nd day of January, 1934. JOHN J. COYLE. 12-4 Administrator. " Attorneys for Administrator, Minot. North Dakota. First publication on the 4th day of January. 1934. NOTICE OF LEASING OF STATE AND SCHOOL LANDS All unleased State and School lands In McHenry County, North Dakota. will be offered for rent at public leasing' to be held in ~he Court,,House at Tow- her, in said county, o~ the 21st day of Marc, h. 1934, commencing at 10 o'clock A, M. All unlbased lands will be leased to the highest bidder', for a term of one to five years. The first year's rent plus the legal leasing fee must be paid In advance. A list of such lands to be offered will be on file wi, th the Treasurer of said county for publi,e inspection not les~ than two weeks before the day of leasing, also instructions in regard t0 the .terms, etc.. under which these lands will be leased. The board of University and School Lands reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated at Bismarck. North Dakota, this 30th day of December. 1933. H. B. HANSON. 42-50 State Land Commissioner. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of) Arthur W. Wilcox. also ) known as A. W. Wilcox.) Deceased.) Notice is hereby given by the under- signed, Russell A. Wilcox, Frank Bed- den and Charles Hawks executors of the estate of Arthur W. Wilcox late of the city of Horlcon In the County of Dodge and State of WiSconsin, deceas- ed. to the creditors of. and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessar~ vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, to said executors, at their residence in the City of Horieon In said Dodge County, Wis- consin, or to the Judge of the County Court of McHenry County, at his office in the Court House in the City of Tow- ner, McHenry County, North Dakota. You are hereby further notified that Hen. Etrnil Torno. Judge of the County Court within and for the County of McHenry. and State of North Dakvta. has fixed the 24th day of July A. D. 1934. at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon ~f said day. at the Court Rooms, in' the Court House ip the City of Towner in said Oounty and State. as the time and place for hearing and adJustli~g all claims against, the e~tate of the said Al~thur W. W|leo~:D~egt~. which have been duly add r~ presented as herelnbefb~e mentt~n~ You are further no~ttfled tlmt the executors of the estate~Of Arthur 3V. Wilcox have appointed Nels O. John- son, of 'Powner. N~rth Dakota as their resident agent. Dated January, 6, 1934. RUSSELL A. WIIA3OX. FRANK BODDEN and CHARLES HAWKS, Executors. NEL~ O. J(tHN'e~ON, Attorney for E~ccutor~, Towner, North Dakota. First publication on the 12th day of January A. D. 1984. 43-6 NOTICE FOR RIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the-l~oard of County Commissioners of McHenry County, North Dakota will receive sealed bids for metal arid con- crete pipe for use on roads in MeHenry County, North Dakota. All bids must specify the l,:]nd of pipe and ~t separate price for ~ach size specified. Sepurat-e prices should be specified Oil pipe 11, car load lots de- liv~red F. O, IL T,)wner. N. Dak. and ,,n p;tl'I car load lots delivered F. O. I3, uny railroad statien in the County. All plpt+ must meet the specifications req/lil'.d by tile State Higilv,'ay l)epart- merit of the State of North l;al,:~*t:~. ~, certified check in the sum of $100.00 made payable to tile Ch:lirman of the i[oltrd of County Comnlissioners of Mc- Henr3//~:JOtlllty sllouid [tee(tnlp~tlly eac}l bid. " "* Bids:%vill be opened a~ the court honse, in'~the City of Towner. North Dakota on tl~e 8th day of Februa'v, 1934 at 2:09 o'cloe]-: P. M, and all bids must be filed with the county auditor prior to that time. The Board reserves the right to ac- cept or reject any or all bidds. By order of the Board of C,.)untv Commissioners of McHenry County, North Dakota. E. V~r. OLSON. County Auditor. McHenry County, North Dakota. Dated Jan. 18th, 1934. REPORT Gin THE CONDITION OF The Piont~ State Bank at Towner, In the State of North Dakota at the close of business December 30, 1933. RESOURCE.~ Loans and discounts ....... $146,913.48 Overdrafts. secured and un- secured ................... 159.39 Warrants, stocks, tax cer- tificates, claims, etc ...... 1(}6,713.82 Banking house, furniture and fixtures ............. 8.000.90 Other real estate .......... t 3.600.00 Checks and other cash items .... $ 437.77 Cash and Due from o t h e r banks ........ 53.447.31 53.885.08 ~2ota.l ................ $319,271.77 LIABILITIES Capital stock pa~d in ...... $ 10,00q.00 Surplus fund .............. 10.000.00 Undivided profits, less ex- penses and taxes paid .... 1.893.05 Individual de- posits subject to check .... $196,582.20 Tlr~ certificates of deposit .... 99,61%51 Cashier's checks outstanding -- 1,186.01 297,378.72 o 1 Total ................ $319,.7 ,77 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,) ) ss. County of MeHenry ) I, M. T. Thompson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. M. T. THOMPSON, Cashier. Subser|bed and sworn to before me this 13 day of January. 1934. MABEL THOMPSON', Notary Public. Comm. Expires Dec. 1, 1937. Correct, Attest:~ H. H. THOMPSON. M. T, THOMPSON, Directors. REPORT OF THI~I CONDITION OF The Deering Ktate Brusk nt DeeHng, In the State of North Dakota, a~ the close of busines.~ December ~0th, 1933. RESOURCES Loans and discounts ........ $ 92.252.58 Overdrafts, secured and un- secured .................. none Warrants, stocks, tax certifl- ~ates, claims, etc ......... 12"9.33 ~QFernment issues ......... 1.700.00 Banking house, furniture and ~flxtures ................. - 8.655.65 Other real estate .......... 5.006.15 Other Bonds ................ 4,910.50 Current expenses, taxes paid. over undivided profits .... none Checks and other cash items .... none Cash and Due from other banks .... $ 29,519.87 29.519.87 TOTAL .............. $142.174.08 LIAnILITIES Capital stock paid in ...... $ 25,0"30.00 Surplus fund .............. 14,500.00 Undivided profits, less ex- penses and taxes paid __ 953.56 Dividends unpaid .......... none Reserve for Depreciation ._- 5.855.93 Individual deposits subject to check-$ 37.902.27 Demand certificates of deposit ..... none Time certificates of deposit ...... 56,714.55 Savings deposits-- none (~ertified checks __ none Cashlcr',s checks outstanding .... 1,247.77 Due to other banks none 95,864,59 Notes and bills rediscounted none Bills payable .............. none Liabilities other than those above stated ............. none TOTAL .............. $142,174.08 STATE OF NORT,H DAKOTA,) ) as. County of McHenry ) I, G, H. Long, Cashier of the above named bank. do solemnly swear that the above statement is true. to the best of my knowledge and belief. G. H. LONG, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to ,before me this 8th day of January, 1934. G. W. MILNE. Notary Public. Correct. Attest :-- P. O. HOLLAND. O. A. REFLING, Directors. DRAKE Work on the CWA graveling projec: in Spring Grove Twp. was halted abruptly Monday evening Jan. 8 when notice was received that the allotment for this township had been cut to $300. The township board has been promised $500 alottment and proceed- ed accordingly and had worked out almost that full sum when notified of the cut. It is expected that some adjustment will be made so that all of the men wil~ receive their pay. E.J. Sl/erlofk is able to be out again after havln~ been laid up many weeks with infee~lon in his hand. foMrS. Paul Zimbleman left last week Leola, S. Da~, where she was called by the death of an aunt. ~rs. Peter Lommen spent Thursday afternoon with her sister Mrs. Delmar Kemper. Mrs. E. J. Sherlock and family and Win. Sherlock spent Friday evenin~ at the Richard Wilde home. Merle Nord spent Sunday at the m,am,mmu,mmuHammimmmmmmm Hiifi,mmm,mnam. ! LIVESTOCK LOANS | See m for a Livestock Loan 6 P t, Interest ,/ No stock dc lucted from your loan BALFOUR Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martevik were visitors at the John Varner home last Sunday. Miss Merrial Frederickson left Mon- day for Bismarck to take beauty cul- ture examinations. Word has been received that Mr, and Mrs. E. F. Sather of Max are the proud parents of a baby girl bore January 4 Mr. and Mrs. H. A, McCarthy of near Drake were visitors in the city Tuesday evening. Martin Aanrud and Joe Bossert visited the public school Tuesday afternoon. The Balfour High School basketball team motored to Drake Tuesday eve- ning to play the Drake team in the Drake gym. Drake won 43-8. Mrs. Paul Lubitz was a caller at the Newton Clark home Wednesday. Miss Elsie Usselman was helping With work at the Ed Lukes home a few days of the past week. Father Higgins of Velva was a cal- ler in the city Tuesday. Mrs. Emil Ulrich and Miss Bea- trice Gould were callers at the New- ton Clark home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cole, Leo Schmidt and Miss Lena Schwede of Donnybrook motored to Minot Mon- day. Miss Dorothy Gross was a supper guest at the Emil Ulrich home on Wednesday. The Balfour Bluebirds motored to Anamoose Wednesday evening to play the Anamoose Nitehawks. The Bluebirds were' victorious by the score of 38-31. The following visited at the public school Wednesday afternoon: Mrs. Keno Cole, Mrs. Earl Cole, Miss Lena Schwede of Donnybrook and Miss Yvonne ~arner. Mrs. E. C. Snyder and daughter Lola and son Milton were callers in Drake Friday afternoon. Miss Lena Schwede of Donnybrook was a visitor at the John Varner home a few days the past week. Selmer Braaten was reported ov the sick list the past week. Miss Cleo Hammers has been on the sick list and Miss Myrtle Frede- rickson took care of her. George Bergman Jr. has been suf- fering with infection in his hand, Earl Buri is employed working at the C. H. Notbohm home near Drake. Miss Inez Koeker of Butte has been visiting at the E. L. Snyder home. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Leier and family were visitors at the Win. Mart- wick home Sunday. The following were visitors at the J. B. Semrau home Sunday: Mr. ond Mrs. B. C. Buri and sons Lauren and Chester and Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sem- rau and family. w Andrew Soderberg home. Earl Buri of Balfour has been help- ingC. H. Notbohm put up ice. Mr, and Mrs. G. J. Nehrenberg ar- rived home last week from Sask., Candada, where they espent the holm. days with their daughters. Miss Olive Olstad has begun teach- /ng the school near Smoky Lake. Mis~ Olstad was making the Housing Sur- vey in the 5 adjoining townships. But that worl~ is now being carried on by Miss Lena Drontle. " C. H. Notbohm and sons have been filling their ice house, Earl Buri has been helping with the ice. Mr. and Mrs. George Knuth and his sister Mrs. Elsie Chole called on Rev. and Mrs. W. W. White Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan A. Blumhagen are rejoicing over the safe arrival of a little daughter at their home Sun- day, Jan 14. Mother and daughter are getting along nicely. Rev. H. F. Hanson was'a Minor visitor on Thursday. A surprise party was given Mrs. Delmar F. Kemper at her home last Tuesday evening. Twenty-four friends were present and spent a very pleas- ant evening. The honor guest was presented with a gift and delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. R. R. Cowan and Mrs. W, C. Bye. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Drake and Mr~ R. A. Cowan were Minor visitors on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Larson, Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Kemper and family, Mrs. Jorand Dahl and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Olstad were Sunday dinner guests ar the home of Mrs. Anna Stiehm. Mrs. Ed Schmidt is spending a few days at the Dan A. Blumhagen home caring for Mrs. Blumhagen and bab}, girl. ' Mr..' ~d "Mrs. Goodman Selvog and son Spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Win. Jones near ~uthrie RISING , Mrs. H. Hovde and sons Walter and Luther visited at the V. Hovd~home Sunday. Mrs. E. S~ Omlid and son Clarence and Harold Nestingen visited at ~,he H. Jacobsen home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McClosky were Sunday dinner guests at the L. T. Woods home. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Johnson and LaVerne Schultz were visitors at the eVerne Schult~ were visitors at the A. Anderson home Tuesday evening. Miss Clara Hovdestad spent the week-end visiting her aunts, Mrs. E. S. Omlid and Mrs. H. Johnson. Mr, and Mrs. ~. Erlandson and sons ar~om Helle visited at the home of Mrs. Louise Erlandson iu Granville on W~y. Clarsnee Omlid and Clara Hovdestad visited at the A. O. Folden home on Saturday evening. Mr, and Mrs. G. J. Lunft and daugh- ters, Mrs. E. O. Fisvick and Mrs. G. E. Busch visited at the L. "1'. Woods home Thursday afternoon Mrs. .4,. Anderson visited Mrs. Lofiise Erlandspn in Granville Thurs- day afternoon. N. A. Kringlee and son Allen visit- ed at the home of his mother, Mrs. A. K. Kringlee, near Norwich Monday afternoon. Mrs. C. A. Cross spent a few days last week at the Mrs. Gins Finstad FRIDAY, JA GRILLEY Lars Sandvik helped Louis butcher two hogs Mrs. M. O. Wiseman home Wednesdav after the past two weeks with. near Upham. hriiss Lorna DeVinns ing at the M. E. attending high school, end at her home in Bernice Wisenmn spent the I. E. Grilley home. Miss Linnette Strobel days last week in Minot had dental work done. Irma Grilley and visited Tuesday evening A. Hageman home. Mr. and Mrs. Donavon son from south of Deering Friday att, he Christine Walter Hageman with a truck load of hogS Hageman. Ed Johnson, who has been in the Rugby hos month ,is slightly many friends hope to se~" in a short while. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Allen ter Edna of Deering afternoon at the home. 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