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Mouse River Journal
Towner, North Dakota
August 3, 1934     Mouse River Journal
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FRIDAY, GRILLEY Mr. W, nd Mrs. C. N. Grilley return- ed home Monday evening a/ter visit- lug a :few days the past week at the tL Sjol home ~t Parshall. Mr. and Mrs. August Grondahl Sr., ~on Harold and H~len Bor, eson re- turned home last r-ziday from Wolf Point, Men%., where they had visited short while at the home of Mr. and Mr~ Matt Olson and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hageman, C. N. Gl~lley and Maynard Grilley called at the C. M. Wiseman home Wednes- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Severson visit- ed Friday evening at the I. E. Grilley home. Miss Elizffbeth Wold of Stanley is visiting a few days this week at the August Grondahl Sr, home. Mrs. C. M. Wiseman visited Monday afternoon of last week at the Calvin Bachman home'tn Deering. Mrs. Lester McDonald spent the past week at the home of her parents in Newberg. Mr. and Mrs. George Reade visited Wednesday evening at the I. E. Grilley home. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Clapper and children, Mrs. ~eo. t{~oads Jr. and daughter DeLores of Glenburn visited Thursday at the J. K. Jordre home. Mrs. Emil Evenson visited several days last week at the Ed Johnson home. Katherine McDonald returned to her home here Saturday after ~siting several days the past week w~th her sister Miss Alia McDonald in Minor. The members of the St. Olaf Ladies Aid will hold an apron and miscel- laneous sale at the Gfilley school house "H~ursday evening, Aug. 9th. Everyone is cordially invited to a~tend. Irma and Hollis Grilley ~nd Eliza- beth Jordre visited a~ the Austin Her. .land and Arthur Grondahl homes Sun- sister Mrs. M. A. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. O. Kerr of Minot visited Sundayafternoon with Mr. "amt i Mrs. C. M. Wiseman. Mrs. Lorinda Grflley visited Thurs- da~- at the I. E. Grilley and C. N. Grilley homes. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Lundervold of -near Up, am visited Sunday arternoo.~ ,at the Christine Johnson home. Mrs. John Norsby and children visit- ~! Sunday afternoon at the Henry Carr home; Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Wiseman and daughter DeLores spent a few days the past week at the C. M. Wiseman huMr~---- and Mrs. J. K. J~rdre, son Jim~ d.a~ighter ELizabeth, Irma ~ril[ey and Set'Lice Wtseman visitted Saturday evening at Gee. Rhoads Jr, home m ~hnburm Mr, and Mrs. Lester McDonald jpe~ the week-end camping :~t Lake Metigoshe. Mrs. Stella Adams of GMnburn wisited Saturday afternoon at the Emil ~Nrenson farm, ' , Mr. and Mr~ Arthur Grondabl t,nd choke- and dauglffer Minot visited a few at the Austin Hetland Mr. and Mrs. George Switzer were callers in Minot Monday of last week. Mrs. Ed Johnson and son Irving ~alled at the J. K, Jordre home Sunday afternoon. Louie Strobel and John Desile~s mo- tored to Towner on business Tuesday. Kathezlne McCanley, who has been a short time with at the J. K. ; A'LITTLE SECRET SMILE By Anne Campbell, W E SAT and talked beneath the trees, e scarlet bird sang from~the waU. T wind blew silver harmoules, And l'aula did not speak st all. Of those who shared the garden close, She was the only prl~)ner; She and a flaunting yellow rose From the green garden could not stir. In her low chair she sat apart, Her trusted crutches by her side, Her eyes tt~e mirror of her heart, Her busy hands a sign of pride. And as we spoke of many things, The changing world, the lengthenlnt mile. She watched the flirt of redbird's wings. And smiled a little, secret smile. Across her countenance it went, As sunlight flits upon the sea ; And watching her, I grew content With life, and all it gave to me. In that gay group of women none Abjured the world but she,,.. Th~ grace Of her sweet spirit met the sun And played upon her classic face .... Copyrlght.--WNU ServicL DEERING Miss Clara Shultz returned to the t W. A, Hughes home last week from Bottineau where she has been employ ed for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Amsberry and sol Blaine and Mrs. Flo~,,,~ers, all of Ryder visited at the Frank Brown home last week. Mrs. Flowers is a sister of Mr. Brown. ~ Max Allen, who is attending the summer session at the State Teachers College in Minot, spent the week-end at his home here. Miss Fern Bortzfield visited friends at Landa last week. Frances Brown, Audrey Frank, Ina Medalen and Jessie Salvey enjoyed a camping trip at the Minot camp last Saturday night and Sunday. They re- turned home iSunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Stansberry, Mrs. Florence Stansberry, E. H. Heacox and F~ Brandt spent Sunday at S a~ish with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brandt. A. T. Thomas went to Aberdeen, S. Dak., Saturday evening for a shor~ visit with his daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nimmins. He dorff of ~ness tri~ In. l Mrs. C. S. Allen, is a hospita patient in Minor, is making satisfac- tory recovery from a recent operation. She hopes to be dismissed from the hospital this weel~. The school house basement project is about completed ahd the work of leveling the school grounds is in pro- gross. A committee has been appoint- ed to make arrangements for the re- decoration of the interior of the build- ing. " "t June Middteton received treatmen for intestinal trouble in a Minot hos- pital last week. Mrs. Tilman Jacobsen, in company with her parents from Maxbass, nacre visitors at Bismarck over Sunday. E. G. Osborne Js doing carpenter work at the R. H. Gaines .farm in Saline township, I l of Wild Mr. ~nd Mrs. 0 e Meda en rose visited at the T. O. MedMen home tmtil Sat- Minn., to visit Mr. pierdcked in the Hoch - and Mrs. Bert there. toMinot inot last On BALFOIJR Mr. and Mrs. Hans Skari and son Clifford were visitors at the H. S Bra~,ten home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. August l