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Towner, North Dakota
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February 16, 1934

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FEBRUARY 16, 1934. iA TOWNER MARKETS g~bt~=,,~a~ (February 15 (a.m.) ~tr ......................... 70 : : ~0er Durum _, ....... : ........ 64 ......................... 63 ~ Durum .................. 63 ,~I~..rum, ::---:-:':---- ........ 23 63 ========================== ..................... ~tlL~ Will continue purchase of flax t,__ ~:February 25, 1934. -- Andrews ~t~ Companj, TOTher, N. Dak. ? 1" ,~:~.~lllam Kitzing of Willow City was : .~pR~ness visitor here Saturday. ,~R. Sherlock of Anamoose trans. t~ed business here Monday. J~0~ard Beard of near Upham was l.w'~$°Wner on business Tuesday• ~' |~ph Burkhard of Berwick was a |~U.~r visitor Tuesday• ntr Ihtlr.. and Mrs. T. T. Shea of Ba y i ~e in this city on business Tuesday !~rl Espeseth of Denbi h was in _ g ~er on business Wednesday. ~ar: and Mrs. Ben Faken were Mi- ~ohvi~itors Wednesday afternoon. ~t-~ Swanson and W. L Walton 7 ~ courthouse visitors last Tuesday. ~rae Women's club met at Mrs. ~n Leach's Tuesday evening" lthw ~e Legion Auxiliary met " evening• t,i!liam Biberdorf of Gardena was omer Hill Monday tins city on business Tuesday. ~hen Richter of Dral0~ trans- business here W, ednesday. ~tin Olson of Drake attended to B~ss in this city Wednesday. ~we)~delin Burkhardt of Denbigh ~*~ere on business Wednesday. ~nneth T~veet spent the past -end at his home at Velva. s Alvina Klepe spent the past -end at her home near Balfour. r. and Mrs Charles Brummond of t ,R• . . "• . . • :, lga mc~mty were m th~s c~ty ~Usiness Tuesday, , , S. Deputy Marshall Frun oi ~*-" ~* JL)f2ptlb ~'~ot was in Towner on business Sday. ~'.~i F. Robeson, representative of the $~m~...~t Daily News,: was a business :~itor here Tuesday and Wednesday. ~:. W'e handle and take orders for ~,~t~ar Wills seeds etc. Bertrams ~e. adv ~A. L. Buchholz of Willow Creek ~mra~m~ship was in ToTher on business ~day. ~a~rs, Emil Torno entertained a few ~es at contract bridge Saturday ~r. and Mrs. Bill Leach and daugh- ~ spent Sunday at Limburners ~ay ev.en~g to spend a short .~tion at the home of her parents ~I72..and Mrs. S. M.: Johns. ~,~isses Ruth Fisher, Charlotte we,e at inot. ~Mis~iss Hattie Cook, teacher at Rug- .,Spent" the week-end at her home .... owner, ant I~l~ ~I. Vorrnestrand of the B ry ~E.˘mity transacted business here .a r c • ~&.. M. Gieseler left Sunday for the ~l~.l~. Cities where ihey will transact ~iness during the week. MOUSE ~R- FARMERS PRESS Page Five -˘ Mrs. William Leach entertained the Darners Club Tuesday eve~ing. John Norris of Bantry transacted business here Tuesday. Charles M. Schultz motored to Bis- marck on business Saturday. Arvade Rankin of Upham was here for the Legion meeting Tuesday. L. G. Hardy transacted business in Bismarck Saturday. John Colby of Voltaire was in Tow- ner on business Friday, Homer Hill is transacting business in the Twin Cities this week. Faken home. H. A. Waydeman of Anamoose transacted business here last Thurs- day. E. C. Peterson of Grand Forks, Great Northern electrician, was in Towner on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Tome spent Sunday and Monday in Minot as !guests at the Robert Bryans home. I Mr. and Mrs. William H. Jones of I Drake were business visitors in Tow- her Wednesday• Clifford, Evelyn and Florence Skar- stad of Simcoe were Social callers in Towner Thursday. The following transacted business at the courthouse Tuesday: Fred Sukumlyn, P. A. Mickalenko and Sam Schielke of Kief; John Mock, Oscar Johnson and Juel Skari of Balfour; Frank Lain, Drake; Frank Meyer and E, J. Chezick of Karlsruhe; N. S. Marsh and F. J. Berg of Pratt township. WANTED--100 bushels or more of spring rye seed. Please state price in first letter. Chas. Shipman, Gran- ville, N. Dak. 47-50p FOR SALE or'TRADE--Stack of roughage consisting mostly of swee~ clover. Will trade for calves or cer- tain machinery. K.C. Halley, Bantry. FOB SAfE--Have a few stackl of sweet clover hay left at very reasonable prices. See me for horses also. W.L. Walton, Bantry. 48-51p STEADY WORK---GOOD PAY RELIABLE MAN WANTED to call on farmers in McHenry county. No, experience or capital needed. Write today. McNess Co,, Dept. I, Freeport, Illinois. 48p Mae West In "I'M No Angel", Lyric, Rugby Several of the latest screen attrac- tions are listed for showing at the New Lyric in Rugby with "I Like It That Way" showing this weel~ Thurs. and Fri., Feb. 15-16, starring Roger Prior the songster of "Moonlight and Pretzels" who many will remember. "I Like It That Way" is a musical bac]f4ground type of show and the New Lyric is the first theatre in the northwest to film it. Along with the feature attraction will be show a sis- ter, short subject to "Three Little Pigs". It is all natural color and the title, "Lullaby." Also in the extra at- tractions will be the Junior band playing several novelty numbers. Mac West, the talk of the entire nation, responsible for the original saying "Come Up 'n See Me S'm Time," will be seen in her latest pic- CARD OF THANKS t: UPHAM We wish to express our sincereI ~ thanks to our neighbors and friends t J. A. "~Vik left Tuesday for Y)Cvils for their kindness and sympathY!Lake to attend a convention. He re- shown us, following the death of our turned borne Thursday. infant son and brother; and for Rev. Aarstad's comforting words. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Nelson and daughter @ @ @ @ @ @ • @ @ @ @ ZION LUTHERAN @ Rev. R. T. Wanberg, Pastor Towner Sunday, Feb. 18' 10:00 a. m. -- Sunday school and Bible class. 11:00 a. m.~Special Lenten sermon. Yotr are welcome to worship with us. Junior Vested choir sings every Sunday. The Zion Lutheran Ladies Aid has been postponed one week this month. Kindly notice change of date. Berwick Sunday, Feb. 18 2:30 p. m.~Lenten services. Special music. All arewelcome. Upham Sunday, Feb. 18 7:30 p. m.--Lenten services. Special music by the choir• We extend a cordial invitation to attend our series of Lenten services. Saturday, Feb. 17th 2:30 p. m.~The Bloomfield Ladies Aid entertains in the L. A. parlors. The public is cordially invited to come and partake of these delightful lunches served by the aid at such reasonable prices. It will pay you to bring the whole family. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sunday, Feb• 18, the First Sunday in Lent, Holy Communion Sermon at II a.m. Come and worship with us. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH @ • Rev. Jas. Corry, Pastor @ • • • @ • @ • @ • Sabbath school at 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Henry 1-tolte and child- ren were Sunday supper gu~,~m ~t the Ger,rge S~,venson home. Mrs. Ben I