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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19th, 1934. MOUSE RIVR FAIIMEIt~ PIIE~ t i iiiii i i DEPARTMENT Corum returned home from Mrs. Luth el: Mott and daughter aturda~ after a three weeks Mary Jo and Mr. Windsor of Minor ,D in that city. arrived Tuesday and spent the after-I Mr ..... ~" noon at the J A Wik home Mr l anu ~virs. nester .l,en ...... ./ . . ~" "~ ugby hospital Wednesd ~y, a Windsor a:~enae(~ to bUSiness mat:err. [ - Congratulatlon.." s " "- Carl Smette accompanied the sheep: Goodm ....... ~ h~m. car to St. Paul Saturday. lot whe~ ~-~ ~- ...... t &e Lars noite leit ~nursaay Ior lth visi[in;"at~'t~hel~ome~/)~ Crookston, Minn., where he wall bei r, Mrs. ExZaest" Githens. " employed at the home of Dr. Helle. [ Ellard Swanson were busi- Viola Haugen left Wednesday for! [rs in Minot Monday. Mohail where she will visit her par-I lint Magnusson of iaottineaa ents for a short time. ~ week. visiting with her par-I Mrs. Ella Mae Johnson and daugh-[ Mfrs. John AsmundsGn. I ter Joyce of Bottineau were Saturday a Kitzman and children[ overnight guests at the John Natwiek Sehnaible, Mr. and Mrs.[ home. Lson and Arvada Gul-I iGeorge Jurgenson and Donald el- Sunday dinner gues~sl son were callers at the George Mi!- Kitzman home. let home at the turtle mountains on a/td Esther Tvedt of Deering Thursday. on Friday to g~t Robert Alien who spea~ tl,e at their respective homes Anderson and Andrew the week-end at 1~heir Mrs. George Jurgenson callers at the Eaton ott and Ingwald Peter- came Wednesday. Mrs. a few days visiting I. Peterson at Minot. Mrs. William Freeman enroute home from They returned to their the same day and Upham Saturday, accom- children. They visited Freeman home while here. Mrs. Franklin Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Janet and Mrs. were Saturday din- ~at the Ernest Githens Mrs. Hans Gulhrunson and Mrs. Lester Gulbrunson Kitzman and daughter shoppers in Minor Wed- was a business cal- Saturday. Mrs. N. J. Kenyon were in Norwich and Minot. began teaching Men- school in the Barton Johnson and Raymond were Saturday guests at the Arvade Ran- I Mrs. Albert Bauer Jr. of Saturday evening to of their parents Mr. Bauer Sr. They re- afternoon accompanied Sr. who will visit with days. of Towner was a bus- in town Saturday. of Bottineau stopped home from the Velva he bought a truck load he intends to sell a~ ~rs. James Corum and son Sunday guests at the in Deering. was a Sunday caller home in Kramer. of Towner was a husi- town Saturday. George Jurgenson and Sunday guests at the home. the[ crowd attended by the Young Demo- Upham on Saturday music was furnished b> and orchestra. O. M. Anderson and Ruth Jur-1 to Towner Monday. And-; s returned to theirl J. A. Wik, Mr. and )ent Sunday visiting attended the din-" the Espeseth church in Part of the county. left Tuesday for will be employed at home. took a carload of Pau~ Saturday. Einarson spent the parents Mr. and and Lorraine ~eering were Tuesday Kitzman home. Lawrence Smette latter part of the where they have some time George Swenson left Minn., where winter. Christ Knopfle o~ guests at the parents Mr. and was a business cal- Saturday. and children Leonard Adolph Hegre of the dinner guests at the home Saturday. spent the in Sherwood. and children Ollie Natwick ~o visit in the hospital. Ed Krenz were Sun- the Jack Kutt home. was a business cal- was a Thursday ~mes Ccrum home. children Thelma amt guests at the L. Mort and famil ~Uests at the Charles . Wednesday. Gulbrunson, fible, Maynard Kitz- and Avis the show entitled at the State The- Saturday night. Freeman and Sunday can Goodman home. George Freeman, Ernest Goodman, Mrs. Julia Hillman, Mrs. John Free- man and Mrs. T. H, Johnson were business callers in Towner Saturday. Mrs. Rueben Kongslie and Mrs. J. A. Wik were Wednesday afternoon callers at the L. Ness home. The Norwegian Ladies Aid will serve lunch at the ladies aid parlors Saturday, October 20 Sunday eve- ning at 7:45 there will be services in the Norwegian Lutheran church. The choir will render a special number. BANTRY Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jones and daughter Vera Anetta and Miss Fern Paise were Sunday dinner guests a~ the George Wagar home. Mrs. W. T. Cargo was a Saturday supper guest of Mrs. W. C Kyle. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Proud were Sunday dinner guests at the F E. Fairbrother home. Mr a~d Mrs. John Vormestrand and H. W. Rensted were callers in Towner Saturday. A large crowd attended the M. E. Ladies Aid Thursday afternoon at the W. C. Buckley home. Miss Ruth Blackmun, Miss Dorothy Aafedt and W. B. Kyle attended the football game Saturday between For- estry and Mayvill.e at Bottineau. Mrs. William McElwain of Douglas arrived Saturday and spent a few days with Miss Baker. them home Saturday for a few days, visit. I Mrs. Andy Lee and son Billy, Mis~ Baker and Mrs. McElwain were cal-i Frank Fitzpatrick, age 55 years, i lers at the John Swanson home Sat- pioneer resident of this community for urdav afternoon. ; the past 25 years, passed away at hi~t W~ C. Buckley and sons Billy and i home in Deering Saturday afternoon,] October 13th, after a lingering i lnessi Bob were callers in Rugby Mndayi~ covering a period of about 12 years. ' evening. t Deceased was an upright citizen, a Mrs. John Swanson, Mrs. John Nor- ~ true friend and neighbor and as such ris and Miss Baker were callers in he is mourned and his memory cher- Upham Friday afternoon, ished by those who knew him best. Mrs. Geiseler, Mrs. Fish, Mrs. Frank Fitzpatrick was born Octo- I.~ach, Mrs. O. R. Fisher and Mrs. ber 11, 1879, at Lansing, Iowa. He Thomas Lee and son were out-of-town grew to manhood at Ayrshire, Iowa. guests at the Ladies Aid meeting on May 1st, 1905, he v-as united in mar- Thursday afternoon at the W. C. riage to .Miss Helen Murphy. To this B:tckiey home. union three sons were born: James of Rugby, Paul and Wayne at home, who Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hopkins of with the mother survive him. Regan visited at the W. C. Kyle home In 1909 the family came to North Tuesday and Wednesday. Dakota where they have resided since. The M. E. Missionary Society will Funeral services were held Monday, meet Thursday afternoon, Oct. 25th, October 15, at I0 o'clock at the Catho- with Mrs. Thos. Healey. Everybody lic church. The Rev. Father Heinz of welcome. Mohall officiated. Interment was DEERING I Mr. and M,s. rienry t{i~ney and daught.~r a::d the f:,~r:ner's mother, all t of Minot, were visitors of the John Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Rensted and daughter Rose Marie and Mrs. John Vormestrand and son Bobby wereI Sunday afternoon callers at the made in St. Leo's cemetery in Minot. The pall bearers were Fred Allen, Charlie Allen, Fred Johnson, M. A. ~aeorge Wagar home. I McDonald, A. L. Gotham. Mrs. V. A. Naslund, Mrs. W. Me-I Relatives who attended the funeral Elwain and Miss Baker were Monday were Mrs. T. E. Bancroft of Glasgow, dinner guests at the W. C. Kyle home. I Mont., Mrs. G. Larson of Rice Lake, Several from here attended the Win., Win. Murphy and family and political speaking in Towner Monday] Roy Murphy of ~ranvilie. Much sympathy m extended the he- night. Mr. and Mrs. Ingeman Smette were callers in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Brock, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kyle, Mr and Mrs H. W. Rensted, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Naslund, Mr. and Mrs. George Garnant and son, U. L. Torr and son, Mrs. Ole Vormestrand, Mrs. Joe Thorsteinson and daughters, Mrs. O'Brien, Mrs. Oliver, Mrs. Hammands and daughter, Mrs. BucMev and daughter Mrs. John Vormestrand, Mrs. McElwain, Mrs. reaved family in their time of sorrow. The Woman's Club of Deering held a regula~ meeting at the home of Mrs. William Lindland Friday, Oct. 12. Mrs. Frank Brown gave a paper on Methods of Dry Cleaning. Current events were given in response to roll call. ;" A farewell surprise party was given for Miss Inez Hatley Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Milne. Miss Harley was showered Melntyre and daughter and son, Mrs. with handkerchiefs as tokens of re- Healey, Mrs. Rhodes and daughter andl membrance from her friends. Lunch son, Miss Torr, Una Johnson. Viola was served during the evening. All and Onnan Sannes, Elmer and An- present spent an ,enjoyable evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Fitzpatrick and family of Rugby motored here Satur- day upon receiving word of the death of the former's father Frank Fitz- patricl~. A number of schoolmates and friends surprised Avis Harley Satur- day afternoon incident to her leaving Deering to make her home at Glas- gow, Mont. The party w~s held a~ the G. W. Milne home. The young people spent a pleasant afternoon at vlayin~ games. Lunch was served by Mrs. Milne. Rev. G. Aarestad conducted confir- mation and communion services at the Immanuel church southwest of Deer- ing Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Aarestaa and children and the Misses Norton Kulsethmo and Lois Bogstie accom- panied him to the services. Rev. and gust K ebbler, Vivian, Evelvn and Dorothy Thomas Clara Mae Coss, Lily Swearson, Melvin Swanson, Esther Butler, Dorbthy Drader, Sparky Rahlfs, Miss Gang an&~Mr. Adams at- tended the farewell party at the church Monday evemng for Miss Baker. The evening was spent by readings by Miss Baker, songs by Mrs. Garnant and music by the young people, followed by a light lunch. SALIN Mrs. Aarestad and children and Miss Kulsethmoe were supper guests at the E. Pfeiffer home that evening. Miss Bogstie returned with her folks to her home at Wolseth. Mrs. Frank Casey of Towner was a Deering visitor Friday in the in- teres~ of her candidacy for clerk of court. C. M. Larson of Mayville was a visitor here Sunday. Miss Ruth Corum was home from Burlington over the week-end. The Young Peoples Luther League held their first meeting of the sea- son Sunday evening at the Lutheran church basement. The following pro- Mrs. R. L. Miller and Mrs. Frank ester were Minot visitors Tuesday. Mrs. R. D. Ellis called at the Peter Winkelman home Tuesday morning. Ethel Ellis accompanied Mrs. Mayn- ard Brummond to Minot that same Twenty-three members of the Bantry Evangelical Sunday school at- tended the rally held last Sunday at DesLacs. The program consisted of special music, speaking, readings, and a playette given by the different or- ganizations from Coteau, Bowbells, Bantry and DesLacs. Addre~ in the morning was given by Rev. 12~lven of da Bantry and in the evening by Rev. G. ~rs. A. Miller and small children H. Moritz of Bowbells A very inter-land Laurene McCabe attended the esting time was reported. " club at the Little Deep hall Thursday Mr and Mrs. W. C. Buckley and afternoon. family, Mr. and Mrs. Gun Nordhaugen Minor visitors Thursday were Mr. were callers in Rugby Saturday eve- and Mrs. Fred McCabe, Mrs. V. Leach, ning. Mrs. W. A. Pillep and :Bert Pillep. A large crowd attended the sale of Will and Maynard Brummond motor- Miss Baker's household goods Satur- ed there Wednesday. day afternoon. Miss Baker has bee~ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moldenhower and the Methodist minister here the past small daughter visited at the Peter year. Mrs. McElwain and Miss BalO~r Winkelman home Tuesday evening. left Tuesday morning for Douglas A meeting was held Friday morn- where she will visit a few days. From ins at the Saline church. Win. Malt- there she will drive to Bismarck where zahn of Towner was there to discuss she will go by bus to her home in relief problems. New York state. Peter Winkelman called at the J. gram was rendered: Luther League A large crowd attended the K. W. W. Thomas home Friday morning, song, audience; devotion, Clarence Blosser sale Thursday. Earl Miller and Julius Bauers were Shultz; hymn, Lord Jesus Christ Be S. J. Taylor and son Walter were callers at tbe R. L. Miller homei Present Now, audience; poem, Go,] Sunday dinner guests at the John Thursday evening. Our Father. Norton Kulscthmo; duet. Norris home. Viona Wi!mayer went to Velva on l B~autiful Isle of Somewhere, Inn Mrs. Elmer Lundervohl and her two Thursday where she has employment.'~ Medalen and Thelm~ Harmon; read- year old (laughter Ramona had an ex- Ed Moldenhower, who has been liv- ceedingly narrow escape from death ins on the Ed Pruitt farm, moved hi.~I, ins, A Look at the House You Live Calvary's Holy Mountain, hvdience; by monoxide poisoning at the Marvin family to the farm recently vacated In, Kathryn Smedrud; hymn, Come to Lueck home Tuesday evening, Oct. 2. by Andrew Hanson. t comments, God exams All, Amy Mrs. Lundervold was bathing the little Lynn Ehart went to the E. E. Lester] Medalen, What is a Steward, Thelma girl and a gasoline stove had been home near Wolseth Saturday to visit' turned on to heat the water. The his sister. He returned home Sundayi Harmon; duet, Day is D~ng in the West, Inn Medalen and Thelma Har-I mother noticed that the little girl evening. .~ men; closing prayer, Rev. G. Aarestad.] was becoming drowsy and suddenly Mr and Mrs Henry Childs visited Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Selveyl " , she collopsed. Mrs. Lueck sensing at the John Freese home Friday fore- that something was wrong ran up- noon. Mrs. Frederickson and son and] lastElvinWeeksmedrudin a MinOthashOSpital,been end son.the stairs and carried the little girl down j. Haman also visited there.. ~ sick list the past few days. and then returned to find that the Minor visitors Saturday were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Orndorf, son mother had also collapsed, and Mrs. C. L. Ehart, Mrs. J. V. Gene, H. I. Orndorf and Mrs. L. Per- Dr. Bring, who lived next door, was Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Winkel- tin and daughter Donna Jean motored called and he revived ,the child im- mediately, but it was half an hour be- fore the mother regained conscious- ness and it was two hours later be- fore she regained her eyesight. Both she and her daughter are completely recovered. Th accident is thought to have been caused by a leaky valve in the stove resulting in the presence of monoxide gas. Both Mr. and Mrs. Lueck on several occasions had felt ill but did not attribute it to the stove. Mr. and Mrs. Lundervold recently bought the Olson farm near Baudette and Mr. Lundervold arrived with s truck load of effeats fxom Bantry just a few minutes after the accident occurred. Mr. and Mrs. Ingeman Smette of Upham were callers at the John Swanson home Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Na~lund, Mrs. W. M. McElwain and Miss Baker were Sunday dinner guests at the W. A. Shinn home. Claude Norris left last week for his home at Lawrence, Kansas, having spent sometime here visiting relatives. Mrs. Andy Lee and son Billy and Richard Fisher of Towner attended Miss Barker's sale Saturday. Mrs. Geffery and family visited Billy Geffery at the C.C.C. camp at Carrington Sunday. Mrs. Stair was a Friday evening caller at the John Swanson home. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bergum of Miles City, Mont., arrived Monday evening for a visit at the V. A. Nas- lund home. Mrs. John Norris, Mrs. R. S. Long and Mrs. W. A. Shinn attended the Eastern Star school of instruction at Rugby Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Taylor were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Sharer home. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Duramen visited st the F. C. Metzker home Friday, Mr. and Mrs. :Metzker accompanied [to Grand Forks Saturday to visit Wendell Orndorf. They returned home Sunday. Rev. G. Aarstad, Gilbert Stromstad and George Reade attended a church circuit meeting in Bottineau Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Holman, Mr. and Mrs. Win, Shigtey and family left Tuesday morning for Lodi, Calif., where they will spend the winter. Miss Martha Thomas, who teaches near Logan, spent the week-end with her folks. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Thomas and Miss Martha Thomas were Sunday afternoon visitors with Mrs. Viola Lingofelt at Surrey. The Alter Society of the Catholic church met at the home of Mrs. Ed Fisher Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Tilman Jacobsen mov- ed to the W..4_. Hughes residence Friday evening, recently vacated by D. Cooper and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roble of Gran- ville were in Deering Thursday eve- ning. Mr. Roble attended a meeting of the Odd Fellows lodge. The M. Snowberger family and Mrs. Mae Reiste and son Charles were .Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bortzfield. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Relate and daughter Grace were week-end visi- tors with the latter's parents at Stan- ley. According to the new train schedule train No. 310 going east arrives at 12:45 p. m. instead of at 1:45 and train No. 309 going north arrives at 5:18 p. m. instead of 4.38 under the old schedule. On Saturdays train No. 310 arrives at 8:40 a. m. as formerly. Carry, C. R. Carty, Wilbert Cox and J.W. Gleason and Kenneth Sweet Peter Winklelman. took a truck load of cattle to the Far- Glen Boulds helped John Freese go market last week. They returned haul corn fodder into the barn on Monday. Monday. W.C. Maltzahn and D. Cooper of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. (.;arty and son Towner were in Deering Friday su- visited at the W. E. Carry home on pervising the distribution of a carload Sunday. of potatoes as a relief measure, man, Wilma Sampsell, Laurene Mc- Cabe, Geneva Lewis, Mary Frances Ehart, Frances Winkelman, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mueller and George Muel- ler. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Ellis, C. R. Carry, Ethel Ellis and W. J. Murphy went to Bottineau Saturday and at- tended the creamery meeting held there that day. Mr. and Mrs. John Peck and daugh- ter and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mueller, J. Taliaferrio, Hayward Barkus and Mrs. Luxsinger and son of Mohall spent Sunday at the R. L. Miller home. Mrs. J. W. Mueller went home with Mrs. Luxsinger to Spend several days with her and also renew old acquain- tances. Mr. and Mrs. Garth Thomas and sons visited at the J. W. Thomas home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Barkus visited at the Chas. Barkus home Sunday afternoon. W. Haugstadt of the Universty ex- tension work had a force of men tak- ing tests in the gold survey at the W. H. Barkus homestead last week. Twenty-five tests were taken, four deep tests which were taken to water level at every 320 feet. A special test was also taken on this farm. Edgar and Ruth Lu.xsinger of Me- hall spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mueller and were also dinner guests at the R. L. Miller home Sunday. They returned home Sunday with their mother and brother. Geneva Lewis spent Saturday eve- ning with her cousin Mary France, Ehart. Towner visitors Monday were W. E. Miller and L. E. Haines families on Thursday. Miss Lois Bo~stie of Wolseth visit- ed over the week-end wkh Miss Nor- ma Kulsethmo. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ol~on were Minor visitors Momtay Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Chafl~in of Mi- nor were Sunday visitors at the J. E. Hall home. Six Miles of grade will be com- pleted in Margaret township this wee~ This work is a federal project. J. E. Mayher and family moved to the Robert Cauthers place last week, formerly accupied by the F. Fitzpat- rick family. PRAIRIE HOME Simon Christlanson and Oren Mc- Farlane visited Monday evening at the N. E. Leckron home. Emma Suchor is a patient at the Rugby hospital. Mrs. Dan Kottke visited Monday as the Charles Cross home. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Leckron and daughter Esther and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rice were Minot shoppers Sat- urday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rice Sat- urday, October 13, a baby boy weight 6 lbs. Mother and baby both are do- ing fine. . Mr. and Mrs. Sherman White and Mrs. Ida Redmon of Laketon, Indiana, [ old friends of N. E. Leckron and Mr. l and Mrs. John Ohmart were Monday guests at the N. E. Leckron home. [ Mrs. Simon Christianson is a pa-I tient at the Rugby hospital. Her many] friends wish her a speedy recovery. I Mrs. Fred Rice is staying at the' N. E. Leckron home caring for Mrs. Ted Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rosencrans and daughter Minnie and Violet Paige were Minor shoppers Saturday LITTLE DEEP Mr. and Mrs. Burns were dinner guests at the Guy Livingston home Sunday and were Sunday evening visitors at the Alfred Kitzman home. Mrs. Murphy, Vivien, Marion and Kenneth visited at the Donnelly home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Gee. Livingston and Fern spent Saturday with Mrs. Frank Burns, Mr. and Mrs. George Living- ston and Fern called at the Art Kitz- man home Saturday evening. Joe McCullough called at the Don- nelly and Wahl homes Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Amen Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Amen Jr. and son, Mr and Mrs. John Amen and family were dinner guests at the A. Sharkey home in Towner. "Club" met Thursday with Mrs. E. Miller and Mrs. T. Mueller as hos- tesses. Irene and John Donnelly, Vivian and Kenneth Murphy visited at Jack Kutts Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sorenson, Mr. and Mrs Christ Sorenson, Clayton and Sylvia, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie A. Sorenson and Zelma, Clarence Don- nelly, Walter Urban and Mrs. Clar- ence Norsby and sons were dinner guests at the Clarence Sorenson home near Gleburn Sunday. Gee. Pitts of ~Grand Forks is visit- ing a few days a~ the Gee. taishoo home. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop and Mr. Pitts spent Sunday evening at the Frank DeVinna home. Mrs. West Smith's brothr and wife and family from Minnesota visited at Mrs. Smith's home Wednesday eve- ning. Thursday they spent in Minor, Mrs. Smith accompanying them an:t remained in Minor for a few days visit with her daughters Mrs. Lung- hess and Vera Wilson. Mrs. Johnston spent last week in ~inot v~siting the tierb Shuttieworth family. Mr. and Mrs Phillip Wittmeyer visited at the John Amen home Fri- day forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wahl, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wahl and Joan were evening callers. Mrs. Earl Miller was a caller at the Wahl home Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. George Garnant of Bantry were supper guests at the Murphy home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wahl, Mr. anq 'Mrs. Adolph Wahl and Joan spent Thursday evening at the Win. Abner home. Arve, Leonard, Maynard and Mabel Thompson, Erma and Madaline Witt- meyer, Chester McCabe, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pfau were dinner guests at the Oscar Pfau home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Pfau and child- ren visited at the Rev. Ruppert home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Herman spent Sunday at the Charlie Herman home near Bantry. Alice Peterson visited with Vivian Murphy Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Julian Thompson and Lee spent Sunday at T. O. Thompson's. Irene McCabe, Lorraine Livingston, and Art Kitzman called on Mrs. Emelia Kitzman Friday vening. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pfau and child- ren called at Art Kitzman's Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Widmeyer and Mr. and Mrs. A. Zeretzky spent Mon- day evening at John Amon's. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fredrickson and daughter Esther and son Chester and Julius Bauer attended a farewell party at the J. W. Caldwell home Saturday evening. There many friends wish them a successful tripto Minne- sota. A very enjoyable time was spent. A chicken dinner given at the Her- man Fredrickson home Sunday, the following being present: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cowan, Mrs. A. Moffet and son, ulius Bauer, B. J. Haman and Floyd rredrickson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry ?reshmen were supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Frank were also Sunday callers. "-'7 PAGE SEVEN ~. I I I IIIIIII III ~ . WORLD SERIES GAMES IN NEWS REEL AT LYRIC, RUGBY Special news reel shots of the re- cent World's Series baseball games appear at the New Lyric in Rugby, the first game's scenes appearing this week, Thur., Fri. and Sat., with the feature, "Servant's Entrance" starring Janet Gasamr and Lew Ayres. More len~,%hy and detailed are the scenes of the final game of the series which will be ~hown Men., Tues. and Wed., October 22-23-24, with the fea- ture "Shoot the Works", playing Sun- day midnight, Monday and Tuesday, starring Ben Bernie's band and Jack Oakie, also shown with the first day presentation of "Murder on the Black- board" which plays Oct. 24-25. More than 100 plots of experimental trees are maintained at the federal experiment station at Mandan. Some of the trees that have given good ac- count of themselves in shelterbolts are green ash, boxelder, elm, hackbrrF, northwest poplar, burr oak, honey lo- cust, Siberian pea tree, buckthorn, western yellow pine and red cedar. : = =Gxt; :r40=Tit/ES =: III, I~PORT OF 'IPHi.I CON'~I'IPIoI~ elY' The Pioneer State Bank at Towuer, in the State of North Dakota" at the close of busines~ September 29, 1934. I,oans and discounts ....... $"1.40,137.12 Overdrafts. secured and un- secured .................. 131.89 Warrants, stocks, tax certifi- cates, claims, etc ......... 112,425.61 Banking house, furniture and fixtures .................. $.0-90.00 Of'her real estate .......... 3,600.00 Checks and other cash items .... $ 1,131.52 Cash a n d Due from o t h e r b~nks ......... 102.186.62 103.318.14 Total .................. $367.612.76 I,lahlllli~ Capital stock paid in ...... $ l.O.O00,Oq S,o r plus fund ............... 10,000.00 Undivided profits, less ex- penses and taxes paid ..... 351.26 Individual depos- its subJecl: to check ......... $234,266.70 Time certificates of deposit ..... 198,210.39 Cashier's checks outstanding .... 4.784.41 347.261.50 Total .................. $367,612.7~ STA'UE OF NORTH DAKOTA.) ) as. County" of McI-Ienry. ) I. M. T. Thompson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to th~ best of my knowledge and belief. M. T. THOMPSON, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before m( this 17th day of October. 1934. MABEL THOMPSON, Notary Public. ~ommisslon Expires Dec. I, 1937. Correct. Attest :-- ~-I. H. THOMPSON, M. T. THO~IPSON, Directors. IN DISTRIlYP COURT. SECOND JI;DI('IAI~ DISTBIC~ STATE OF NORTH DAKOTAJ es. County of Mcttenry ) The P|oneer State Bank. Tow- ner. North Dakota, a corpora- tion, Plaintiff. -vs. Helena Mattern, Frank Mat- tern. Lawrence Mattern. Jacob Mattern, Rocbus Mattern and Theresa Mattern. and any and all other unknown heirs of Kasper Mattern, deceased, and all persons unknown, claiming any estate or interest iu, or lien or incumbrance upon the property described in ti,e com- plaint, Defendants. ~ U M M O N ~. THI~] STATH OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVP] NAMED DEFEAIDANTS: You are hereby summoned and re- quired to answer' the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint i~ hereto attached and herewith served ~.lpon yogi, and to serve a COpy Of your answer to said com- plaint upon tile subscriber al; his office in the City of Towner, Nerti~ Dakota, within thirty (30) days after the ser- vice of this summons upon you. ex- clusive of the day of such service: and in ca.~e of your falhlre to appear or answer as above required, Judgment will be taken against you by' default for the relief demanded in the natal complaint. Dated this 17th day of September. 1934. NELS G. JOHNSON. Attorney for Plaintiff, Office and Postoffice Address, Towner, N. Dak. (Sept. 28--Oct. 5, 12, 19. 26,--Nov. 2) NOTICE OF ELECTIO~ Notice is hereby given that on Tues- day, the 6th day of November, next. tn the various voting precincts of Me- Henry County, North Dakota, an elec- tion will be held for National. State. County and District Officers as follows: One Candidate To Be Elected For l~aek Offiee Unless Otherwise $peei~ed PARTY BALLdgT United States Senator. Representatives in Congress~two at large. Governor. IMeutenant Governor, Secretary of State. Stats Auditor. State Treasurer. Attorney General. Commissioner of Insurance. Commissioner of Agriculture & Labor. Commissioner of Railroads. State Senator, Members of the House of Represen- tattves~three at large. NO-PARTY BALLOT Election to be in accordance with the provisions of Chaptel~ I17, S. L. of 1913 and amendments thereto. Judges of the Supreme Court--three. Judges of the District Court--d)ne. Superintend,nt of Public Instruction. COUNTY OFFICERS Sheriff. Auditor. Treasurer Clerk of the District Court. ~tegister of Deeds. State'e Attorney. County Judge. Superintendent of Schools. Surveyor. Corone~'. County Commissioners. 2nd, 3rd and 4th districts. District Assessors. 3rd, 4th, and 5th districts. Justices of the Peace.---four at large, County Constables~four at large. Official Newspaper. The following proposed Initiated Measures wtll be submitted to the peo- ple at this General Election." REPEAL STATUTORY PROHIBI- TION LAWS OF NORTII DAEOTA. LEGAIJZATION SUNDAY MOVIES AND THEATRES. Which election w(li be opened at Nine o'clock (9:00] ~In~the morning and will cont~T, ue open until Seven o'clock (7:00) in the afternoon of that day. Dated at Tnwner. North Dakota. this 4th day of October, 1934. E. W. OLSON. (SISAL) County Auditor, McI-lenry County, North Dakota.