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Towner, North Dakota
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October 19, 1934

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OCTOBER 19th, 1934. PRAIRIE Prairie Lades Aid serv- Sons of Norway hall A very large J. Selk and son Donald evening with Mrs. and family of Norwich. and Donald Selk went to Wednesday. Lee spent last week in also made a trip into returning Tuesday. Hillerud spent Thurs- playing with Jackie Morey spent Friday af- Mrs. Clara Lee. McGrath left Sunda for Mandan where she will visit for some time at the home of her sister Mrs. Jule Sather. Miss Cora Ness came over from Towner to spend the week-end with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Selk and Floyd Mitchell spent Friday after- noon and evening at the Selk home. Donald Seik mauled a load of coal for Fred Neuhalfen's of Granville. Misses Rosella and Theodora Fin- neseth spent the week-end with their folks. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Morey and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morey and son Jackie were dinner guests at the Art Morey home south of Logan. Misses Edith Selk and Clarice Lee visited at home over the week-end. You Don't Need To Away For II m L UPPLIE | I , I I Avoid delay and expense by coming in and get what you want. Or phone 27 and we will deliver promptly. MOUSE RIVER F,t_RMERS PRESS Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Selk, Donahi and Edith were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Neuhalfen home. Mrs. Spidle and son Clarence wer~ shopping in Minot Friday afternoon., Hiram Finneseth returned home l last week from Sawyer where he l looked after the filling station while* " n I hzs brother was on a vacatlo . Mr. and Mrs. John Kvame of Minor spent Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Clara Lee. I Jerome Effert spent Sunday withI John and Erwin Lee. I Mr. and Mrs. Stener Hillerud and family were Sunday dinner guests at the W. C. Kemper home. I Buy, ng" ~ ~ou~ b~y h---~af--Insi~t "s' on BAUKOL NOONAN. adv Our shelves are now fil- led with the largest stock of wrapped and boxed pa- pers we have ever carried. ================================= OMimeograph Papers~two weights, any size you prefer OBoxed Hammermill Bond--two weights OManila Second Sheets--business size eOnion Skin Paper ~ood Typewriter Bond~just the things for students OCardboard~white and colors OUtility Tags (~Dennison) OMany Other Paper Items OGummed Paper ONo Hunting Signs OEnvelopes OTagb0ard "Amesco Legal" Typewriter Ribbons -~---Give You Perfect, Non-smudging C~pies--- E RIVER GRILLEY PAGE TH_R~ Irma Grilley and Elizabeth Jordre Wednesday after visiting a few days Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wiseman visited Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Weaver at the John Desilets! home. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Grilley returned Thursday from Adams where they will make their new home after another truckload of things. Their many ~'rienos wish them much success in their new home. Mrs. J. K. Jordre visited Tuesday evening at the M. E. Reiste home. I. E. Grilley motored to Towner on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. August Grondahl Sr. and son Harold have been in iMnot this last week Lelping complete their new home before the winter sets in. AITENIION VOTERS A Hcssagc to Lcagms and Progmssiw Voters When you go to the polls on Novem- ber 6th you will find the names of the Progressive League Candidates in the regular Republican column. Our Republican Legislators have given us the most progressive laws of any state in the Union. Why no~ stand by the boys who have stood by us? , Mrs. Lydia Langer and the rest of the State Candidates are for the MORATORIUM and HUMAN RIGHTS above PROPERTY RIGHTS; they believe in a Government "of the people, by the people, and for the people." If you are for the Frazier-Lemke Farm Refinance Bill, which has not yet been passed by our National Con- gress, vote the Republican ticket straight. On the No-Party ballot you will find the names of our progressive Judges of the Supreme Court: Moellring, Bangert and Fraser and J. M. Ander- son oar candi~te for State Superin- tendent of Public Instruction. Cut this ticket out and take it with you to the polls: Vq)te the No~l'arty Bai~t first-- then the Republican Ttcket~Straight. No Party Ballot: Supreme Cout~t Judges-- No Party nallot-- GEO. ]~IOELLRING .............. R. L. FRASER ...... ] ........... C. G. BANGERT ................ Supt. Ptzblle Instrnetion~ No Party Ballot~ J. M. ANDEBSON ............... Republican Ballot: U. S. Senate--- ~-~ LYNN $. leRAZIER U. S. Congr~w--- WILLIAM LEMKE USHER L. BURDICK ........... GovernO~--- LYDIA LANGElt ............... Lieut. Governo~ %VALTER WELFORD - $ee. of starch-- ~] JAMES GRONNA ................ State Audito~--- BERTA E. BAKER ....... -' ...... State Troasurer-- JoHN GRAY .................... ---" Attorney Genernl-- IX] P. 0. CATHRE .................. ~" Comm. of ImBuranee~ HAROI,D H01~~ON .............. Comm. of A~grleutture--- THEO. MARTELL ................ l~ailrond Comm i szlLo|a~oi',-,,,. ELMER CART .................. Senatow, 34th Legls. Dlst--- ~'] Stato OLE ~TlVlv~$TAD Repre~atatlve~, 34th Legis. Dlst.--e..~ W~LIAM ~I.ERVOR~ ......... ~Xi~] r~ L. E. GOODLAX01~ .............. [~'~-J H. F. NII~WOEHNI~K .............. Executiye Committee, MeHehry County. John Ellingson, See.-Treas. Pd. Pot. Adv. FOR RcO: tcr 0f l cds returned home last Wednesday from Glenburn where they had visited friends a few days. Miss Linnette Strobel, who is at.- tending college in Minor, spent th~ week-end at her parental home. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Grilley and son Hollis were callers in Minot Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver left Thursday for their home in Montana after visit- ing the past week with relatives here. Mrs. Paul Hall visited Thursday af- ternoon at the Ed Johnson home. Bernice Wiseman returned home with her sister Mrs. Richard Lockrem of near Glenburn. J. K. Jordre~ and C. M. Wiseman ~'ere callers in Towner Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. ]5. Jordre visited Saturday evening at the Geo. Rhoads ~" ::: Jr. home in Glnburn. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Clapper visited with relatives in Glenburn Sunda:f :~ afternoon. The St. Olaf Ladies Aid will en- tertain at the Victor Stromberg. home Sunday, October 28. Everyone ]s cor- dially invited to attend. ================================================== =:~'~ E. W. OLSON for County Auditor of McHen[y County, N. O, 34 Years a Resident of MeHenry County 20 Years Farming Experience 14 Years Practical Office T~'ain. ing . I believe my thorough training in this Important Office is a dis- tinct benefit to every taxpayer in the county and if re-elected I shall continue to serve you to the best of my ability. Enormous increases in office work makes it impossible for me to visit the voters and I take this method of expressing my appreciation of your past as well as future support. Your Vote Appreciated Paid Pol. Adv. ALBERT WEBER Candidate for States Attorney Thro~'h the kindness of friends my name was-placed on the ballots at the Jun Primaries to fill the vacancy caused by the withdrawal of Mr. O'Connell: My name will therefore be on the ballot at the coming election this fall, If it should be my good fortune to be elected it will be my earnest endeavor to so conduct the affairs of the office of states attorney that all good citizens will be satisfied with my election. Sincerely, Albert Weber. Paid Pol Adv. WM. J, MURPHY (X) For Auditor McHenry County ]Being unable to call on all of the voters before election. I take this means of reaching yOU. I have been a resident and taxpayer of the county for 25 years and being an expert accountant. I feel I am thoroughly quali- fied to discharge the duties of this officio in a competentl manner, If elected I will agree to set up an annual audit of all the business of the county so that every taxpayer may be made familiar width how the tax n~onies are being expended. I respectfully solicit your support and vc, te. WM. J. MURPHY. Paid Pol Adv. Hcls C. ]0hns0n Candidate for Re-Election As I take this th~nk you in the of my of State's on November 6~. If eontinu~ eiently, my ed on election day. FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY~ NELS G, JOHNSON . . . Paid DON'T SWAP HORSES WHILE J. ~ SINCLAIR Pregressive Nonpartisan Republkan Candidate for Re:eleetiq)n to Congre~ A record 100% right for farmers, workers, veterans,~ the people His ability, experience and high rank Committee are worth millioas t( STICK TO SINCLAIRI ! W,C, PUT " ~,, s. s..~to~-.EN.Y .0iT Phone 27 QUALITY PRI. NTERS L Your Vote and State Audltoe---W. ,~. Ins,