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   Hill County Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1939, Havre, Montana                                Two THE HILL COUNTY SUNDAY JOURNAE HILL COUNTY Sunday November I Joseph School Notes This past week has been a full regu lar program worx we have pre pared a Pioneer Day discussed the work of who reached the Pacific ocean on and prepared a combined program Tor Ad mission and Arm istice bert are making reports but havent completed five Hot dishes served for lunch on the different days were creamed carrots and peas Tues baked or apples butter bean soup UM jtlie contracting Mis lulith McDonald and Dorothy Swpp nf i i t atteluled the Fresno daiu dedica I BOX ELDER Hum Tuesday j Guests at tlie John Grass home Sunday included and Ed and James Brubaker or North HMiited ward Moes of Big Art beautiful evening weddin at the home c Barker at Box jthe Barker at Box waru Aloes ot Big Art j Elder Wednesday November Frances ilhe contractinguarties beine Miss and Virginia Ury of SHAMBONEWS at j The children of the Shambo i school organized a Citizenship club Officers elected Howard Dove of Browning Burundi n id with j Virginia vice Jim Taylor a RED ROCK days last aud Billy Williamson and Stanley McSloy and a few friends left for Kalispell for a days JJUlliCO IJCUS J Vli If i Patricia Sweeny of Fort Beuton Box KlderMrs served a of Havre were visitors jT laud Melviu Tingley of Big veiy deliciousdinner aud the day Seiford Chnstianson home recent1 youiiff neoule accnmwas very pelasantly spent in tl j u Y A Dorothy England wrote anthe interesting paper on Lewis and Hanson is reading Under Sammie Shrauger wrote Lilacs b to one oil pAdm ission day and Edith Us now Mae McDonald wrote a paper on An alnwst perfect re Armistice the j oil our Health Chart papers and the i discussion of various events asso After reading the school bulle ciated with each we sans itin sellt out uy America andiwe were note that our the blackboard news bulletin contain Dorothy and Edith are learned a general assortment of news ing how to bake bread at Bather than war items Bake once a With each baking they prepare I p England made some delicious j A JL Jbe young people were accomas pelasantly spent in Ar nr r each had two cookies at recess m nanied bv f our nthm Phil Myra i uy UUUn young The grooms best man Mrs Aibert Thompson enter Joe Henry Fastje was Juiles Ouimet aiid the brides ltailied the Methodist ladies aid aild Barney FasUe were visitors COULEE and and aud j a delicious lunch was Sapp has been employ ed iu Havre this last Alfred Clifford Sprin ger and Archie Gagne spent Uie weekend at home from the CCC aud cottoni I and was Juiles Ouimet aiid the brides assistant was Miss Helen Louise jat her Wednesday afterat the Seiford Chnstianson home The newlyweSs were acilloon corded many congratulations for ia long and happy j l David Thompson is home from j j GRASSY RTFPTI aud Carl and aud and Glen Springer and MeStoy all at tended and Joe DeLorme were visij tors at the Phil home tbe dedication of ivjitj i wi ijrtvre visiten Afr j feSnd pan of light buns which they I serve with butter for a lunch at t serve with butter for a at t Spelling demons studied the past week are the following By GHINOflJK Clark and Donald Amundson Victo aSrdav116 A visited at and Anton Amundson and took in the meeting of the Veterans of For eign Wars in Havre Tuesday Air Frank Thenew Sigh school words aci building was dedicated in j schools auditorium last Friday first princi r pilloftheChinook high j was the main speaker of the capitor and j j The Legion held Last week we made hand jtheir annual Armistice dance at of mountain 1 the Friday night with showing a trees moou i McPhersons orchestra and snowcapped mountains tlie i Funds derived we jnadej from ticket sale be the same pictures ot torn colored local ex McDonalds and ipenses1 of the community Christ Sammie iShraugers pictures were voted iu hahd vThe survey of r high school students for Delbert and cuipsishas been McDonald madefree hand colored j five per cent of the 447students pictures of the waves tested showed nositive reactions berfs picture voted the j The was i entertained Shrauger Donald the liois Jean was hose enjoy ess to the Les Entre Nous 3ub liaving the parents visit Thursday Our club ressing under the j ULillian Hobbs here leadership afternoon to Carl The one most ndticeableamprovelMcCpnweli Attendants ment is of mannerismsj were and There caps on our couple make 7their when enter the v is it necessary for r lldre thirtr rounds of Hanson to uppencils or paamateur boiing were presented pers which she fans at the Parishhall Our young men pick f Saturday night v On Thursday E bined language lesson days at Whitefish ing and receiving returning Thurs During the Edith is ifakiug painted a Uble and extended visit with Jriends in They used I paint made a vKieth Blackstone entertained cushion for the chair and his home Sat flower design in blue and inobservance of his ninth ibiathday anniversary Edith and Sammie Hatier Gearheart and 7jiave completed fine book reports Daughter recently re are eligible for from a visit with reia seai certificates from Miss Bamjtives inIdaho Bridges and pelj aiiss Campfield spent the friends in Boze w L i ill I I Missoulafor a his and Albert Thoinp is employed the and David Oscarson estry service at children and and j and Jesse Blaker left Clifford guests at jlast week for North Dako the Carl Ramberg home j for a visit with their Kenfield and Feuny ter were iu Inverness and Sam Faeclmer and Gus Robo drove land son Allen left Friday lor to Havre Wednesday r for a visit with Olyu Woleayj t Jim If and Guy at her home I who is employ ery drove to Havre business ed at spent the weekend i Wicks went to Havre t Q Phl1 Pgle hpme at her I Monday and 3y Edward Moes of Big May who took their son Leo to schoolmaster of Lionell see a He was suffering i visitedat the John Grass home from an attack of appendicitis i over the and was operated on and at the Mrand last was and Fred Schmidt Oscar Clarence Pat ana daughter Elaine at Morris Falla and Air and the last Huntcalled Wenesday 5ldie Amund the I Cady is a patient and team has Havre Chm seilson i Jv Jake Voice 4 Springer were callers Lee Smith attended ihe funeral pC Bertha Johnson Dolores at Ihu Springer i were callers The Halloween party at the Grainbelt was attend ed and everybody reported a good Games were played r i Gillespite and Siuulberg motored to Havre j of Havre called and Earl in Havre1 e tn high school I The Brown of Great I game will Fall5 is in our neighborhood for l a few C7oice at Sei a i Havre vicinity called at the Osea Sundberg part of llie Gregg wn a thisconununjty during i the iS Chinese checkers BUf LIVESTOCK and POULTRY 4LL KEMDS A FOODSTORE Masonic Temple Havre MBda praise 3Vy it for rA daughter was born to and Vercruyssen No vember Octet club was entertained ava one luncheon at the Tom Ross Clarence Dbney Curley Graham each bagged a dur ing a trip tothe souri river last The Girl Scouts enjoyed Halloween party last Wednesday Gameswere played and i Leigland of Great Falls Fred Brinkman of Kalispell in tqwn week the school Rex Haycock and family haye up residence in j Mr JHaycock Kas assum j ed management of the filling sta j tion formerly known Home j M McCartney is making a vacation tour of several eastern states KREMLIN day to take up their abode else and LShettel and where were and Rayj daughters were guests at the Ray mond who have gone to Hunt home in Inverness i T and and A lunch was served j and who have igoneto j J Wilson and Syblon were i 1 shovel operators at the Bonneau j Their many friends are very sorry to see these families I Love left ast leave but wish them much tlile Empire Guilder for avisitl ness and success jto llls old home in i j Cowan is attendance Several Rudyard young peoplel at the Production Credit the dance at Inverness ation at last I Levi Fossum and Clifford Ramberg and JNick Pogreba were visitors at tleiliss Emma Marie Poier SpangeFo home last iting friends in Chester and Jopi Frank Silvernale and family jlin moved into the j of south i i spent the weekend visiting at the who is at the CCC camp visited at the William and Ike Rugtvedt home i moved to their new home recently j and Howard Bartlett on their farm north i spent a few days lastiwest of j The Womens club of j William Engelking of GoldentertaineT the members of the 1 stone and Josephine Heggan were A pot luck j united in marriage Thursday atdinner was ternoon by the David Sven Mrs Ercell Shipman and nungsen at the Lutheran church Sd Brandt were hostesses to Borghlld sister of about twenty young women at the the and Chris uncle j formers home last Saturday cre of the witnessed the marri nino A box lunch concluded an Everyone in this community i evening of fun and jjoins in extending their heartiest evening open Congratulations to these youngjkouse at the school when rar newlyweds for a long life f nil ents and teachers met for a so success and After short program jthe parents visited different jLucille Flatness has bee nelect then going domestic ed as historian for the Studentscience room for club of the Sacred Heart hospital Tiny Foley returned recent school of Marietta 1 from a trip to Brown has been appointed as he spent several representative of the preclinical Tpfte returned class pf thisStudent from j Taylor received a slight e spent two visiting l shot wound while hunting a Office Supplies cf all kinds arj WantedMny BULLS us whatyou sell and our buyer will contact you HIGHEST GASH PRICES S for the Dailv Typewriter all Daily IfAVRK 1HEEL PACKS X Touricar nmnuiaclurcrvjre commcnds a wheel pack at recpni Hiend an inspection even before that because we have found y dry wheels Some sup posedly packed just re LET US CHECK YOUR WHEELS FOR YOU QUAKER STATE VEEDOL and OILS IN80W SERVICE STATION RockyBoy Wines was taken to and Brings Havre Friday iwhere he remained for medical for beet1 and other conditions caused by excess lets Absolutely to They most help or moaey AT OWL DRUG ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT I HAVRE DAILY NEWS I and SUNDAY JOURNAL Johnsdn and daughter dinner Ted Swanson at Pacific Sb l Miss Hazel who is employed as nurse in the hospital at Hood arrived here Sunday night to spend ten days at the home of her and Carl j and Lenus Nelson had ias dinner guests Sunday Art and j Cecil Lapman and and Frank Curt Wood and family of gJZortman arespending the winter iat the home of his gjand Wood and Cameron dinner guests Wednesday at jgithe home of and Ed and James Casey and grandson Donnie were guests Thursday at Vosen home in honor of g I Donnies fifth Frank Barden entertain at a birthday dinner Wednes at her home north of Guests present were Frank j Frank Laugh nan and Chris Chris Vosen and Joe Hollenhorst were unable to at Frank Gil I Frank Ira Addington and Casey spent iionday afternoon visiting with McMillian the occasion being McMilli ans The Kremlin Womens club will meet November 15 at the home of DEERE 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