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   Hill County Journal, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1941, Havre, Montana                              THE HILL COUNTY SUNDAY JOURNAD Sundav September HILL COUNTY NEWS Robinson passed his were Rudyard callers Thursday Carmen Goldberg is visiting friends and relatives in Rudyard iniiestone life Tues Norma Cross started working Sept or as a clerk in Sanviks store Sat as he is quite urday called is one of the oldest Arthur Magnusori Clifford pioneer residents He made his Patrick and Wilford Malmberg near this vfciia left Friday for Bozeman where ity for years About six j they will resume their college ago he came to Box Elder i work and has made his home with his The Farmers Union county and daughterinlaw Mr and j convention was at the hall aai Mrs James Robinson but at the j urday ite is stay mg Mr and Mrs A R Curtiss Robirisqn seems to bejweut to Havre Tuesday He is afj Mr and Mrs Jerry Slotvig and and happy abd is j son are visiting at the Curtis rfcrftdy tct lend a helping Phillips home hand to everyone May Mr Rob JVlr and Mrs Leonard Poier inosn ifte to be one hundred are the parents of a baby daugh yeafs mbye1 his futer born Sunday ture and sunny and j Mr and Mrs Leon Fields may dark shadows never cross and Victor Margaret the pathways of his remaining j Walker arid Robert Schneibel mo jtored to Chester Thursday H Gable of i Elone Strissel was the hostess the Rocky Boy Lutheran mission at a birthoay party Tuesday in atfi Milr1 missioni honor of her tenth birthday Cfiinar who1 spent the Morris Ewald Mrs Dan Ewald Flames Smoke Shoot Half Mile as Indiana Oil Plant Burns sfcmnfier at the Lutheran j and daughter Louise left Wed isston left night for nesday for Sand Coulee to visit e tiey will attend the the Ewalds there Glen Ewald is jiibnee cojnTeatidn bf the English being inducted into the army Evahgelicai Lutherian synod of soon the aortSwt i Wdnieris Mis1 Word received from Mrs A ty of the synod will jpoier says that they are settled nvenUon Fargo in their new home in Kalispell r appear as bne of tife speakers on the progrSLin left Monday j V for enter Mr and Mrs Cal Mooney rej to Havre last Saturday after spending two weeks vaca left jtioij at tMeti ranch here Stoday for Long Beach j Billy Cornelius of Havre spent f of a Saturday and Sunday here with Billings is ston Thomas Eaton j Mary and Julia Sattleeu Betty Ray Molitor Bill son were home with their parents Plataess entered thejasj at Havre Sun1 and Mrs c Phillips of j dajr Heisauite seriously ill with j Havre visited at the J Voice aqme Sunday LagaQe Speilt a couple j n A iH program was given at the Spring Coulee school Friday evening A large crowd attended A delicious lunch was served at midnightAll had a good time A supper was given Sunday evening by Nagelhus at the Nageluus home in honor of Mrs Olson and daughter Helen on Use the Classified Columns for quick results Daily News The William Bangs family have gone to Spokane to attend the wedding of their son and brother Kenneth Mrs E B Suckow entertained at Sunday dinner John Morange Miss and Mrs F E Wines and Mr and Mrs James Vincent their birthday Invited guests The Womans club held their were Mri and Mrs Lund and son monthly meeting Saturday at the Iver Mr and Mrs Ulmen and Country club Holliugs fariiily and sons I head washostess Visitors were Edgar Earl and JDaniel and Shipman of Wisconsin Irs Mis Ole Berg arid daughter Mr and Mrs Leo Morse John Gruber Aug and Mrs H A Schwartz of Fairfield and Mrs Herman of and the honor guests Mrs Olson Elleiidale N D land Helen Olson The evening Mrs R A Ritter returned was spent visiting from aiu extended visit with her Mr and in Oakes S D son and sons and Bill Richardson j Jim Shipstead of Scpbey spent visited at the Leo Morse homethe weekend visiting Gene Swift Sunday J0n Tiiesday they left for Seattle i Ole Berg called at the Leo The Jim Hall family spent Morse home Thursday Sunday at the Wes Whitaker Those the ladies aid at the Elmer Sathre home Verda Lincoln Cora Mae and from this vicinity were Mrs UlMrs Packer drove to town to atj men Mrs Nagelhus Mrs Lund tend tlie party given Thursday by j Mrs LeoMiss St Ores arid her home ecoj TT PAYS TO BUY GOOD SHOES Your feet will FEEL the differ cnie Anklefash ioning makes MinnBush Mrs Lee Morse and Morse As big gasoline drums exploded and flames and smoke billowed halfamile high flre swept 4 portion of the Standard Oil Co of Indianas 700acreplant at Whiting ind Federal Bureau of Investigation agents are investigating the blaze which lasted nearly six hours before firefighters got it under control the Blending Refinery Fresno nomic club girls Roland Ritter is visiting at his parents home here Mr E Williams y Steel Piling Eqtiipnreiit and son were shoppers in Havre Dail adv T air Henry Madden and grandson shopped and trans acted business in Havre Goldstone from his relieving H R dj davs lllis week at her Mir depot agent duties Kerg fife absence I xhe Beai Paws were full of and last Sunday Nearly pangelo of Krenpin spent the j everyone seemed to be having ti N MI i i Kremlin school aretal N Mjgood luck Newland isi at gle yislted at tlie j Aihuudson homes Sunday afternooii The Welfare dug of the Sages met at the club house Saturday with Mrs A Hollingshead at hostess Mrs R A Phifer was elected secretary that office be day Mr and Mrs Arthur Mork and little daughter Judith Marie ot Conrad spent Thursday at the home of Mrs Morks parents Mr and Mrs Chester Spicher JVIrs Ida Jackson is visiting relatives and friends in various ing vacant by the resignation of Mrs Jas Tuttle Mrs D T Swift parts of Michigan and Mrs A A Hollingshead were John Mueller returned to col appointed project leaders for the ilege at Bozeman coming year 1 Mr and Mrs Al Gehlen and Mr and Mrs August Schwartz I children and Alphonse Gehlen of and son Allen Mrs H A I Havre spent Sunday at the home 5 left Saturday for i Havie the past week Schwartz and son Arlisscame up ehe will enter the ere Mr and Pm Fairfieltf Thursday to visit Montana State college as Mrs Charles Pewitt Relatives H A Schwartz Frances Or j rtorvia QafMiHot ovon j Kathryn Dennis iS t Havrev r Mrs Ole Fred Air 3iicl and Mrs A Amundson Jonn Morange Stewart came Saturday even of their parents Mr and Mrs Gehlen Miss Betty Mullikin left Thursday for Missoula where and family transacted business in Havre Friday Allen Bishop was a business caller in Havre Wm Staples hauled to Havre a couple of days this week J C puhniugton sipent some time in HaTre thisweek 1 Mrs Wm Staples a coupleof weeks at the home of her daughter Mrs Curtis Buz zell in Havre Del Trulsbu ani Ben Domire of RudyarcL spent last at the home father Joe Sohm and Mrs and supper guests at ttietRoyx Gpd home north of Kremlin Sunday Frank Thpmas was a caller at C home one day last iweekv r v i Mr anil Mrs Havre shoppers Monday all busy ing jwinter lr t We re glad to report that little Kenneth Ulmen of Havre nephew of Mr and Mrs Wm Gilead who was in an accident Laborday is doing nicely iOle Amundson Jake Voice Jack at the E B Suekow horns will again attend the State uni was a dinner versity Mr and Mrs G C ITavlor and Joe Kinselia i spent Thursday in Great Falls Edwin Sorenson visited in Cut Great Falls Tuesday to bring wPriT1pCrfoV itne E R Hodgdon home Sunday Bank over the weekend Ji n XACt V CxAUCSLLfc ifrrri TcrhfV nflR LeKoy has Wirens of Chester and Mr j Those attending and sevefal at of Havre visited at Mrs Howard Traeht and family is improved who is d d tlle A 4jniindsOll home Sunday De Q from tne I isnipped cattle to j nf market last week s now nlavers at Mr and Mrs E M Shipman and Mr and Mrs H A Schwartz and family and the Mr and Mrs Walter Jones and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Cochrahe1 and family of Havre were Sun1 day visitors at the Vic Jones home guests honor Mr and j Mr and Mrs Mike Michaelson I C Shipman of Wisconsin from a visit with refe has been on theltives at Hogeland and at various i in P Halter and son Douglas i were in this vicinity Isick list the past rew days Philippi visited at the A i Leon Fields went to Havre i Saturday with Arthur Gebharat and his daughter Mr and Mrs Lester points in Saskatchewan of tlie Inpcm t Edwina LaSalle visited iMargaret Voice Sunday with MxsV Jens C Jensen called at the home at Grassy Butte has Udl5 i Van and Mr and Mrs Frank Phillips were callers in this vi cinity Sunday The young peoples circle met at the A A Hollingshead home Kremlin Mr and Mrs C Larson and family and Mr and Mrs Melvin i Stendjham of Havre were dinner guests Sunday at the Clarence j Bishop home Russell Smith and Maurice I Sunday evening with a very good Chandler are working at Chi jbeen home for ten days plans ttendaiice Jonn MOrange ledthe nook Mr and Mrs Chris Gomke have Monday besan iSranda Nei return to Havre Sunday ffevotionals and Cora Mat Packer Mr and Mrs Cluford Ramberg gaye the lessQli from tlie study goneto Kulmj Nortll Dakota for Canoil Jean iliss Shickley j b ok on two weeks visit with relatives TTi A LT j I was spent in singing and i ivirs Charles Rolston and Mrs 7 n Tas served afterwards iWilbur Rolston will entertain the Guy Wolery called at the Rob and Mrs August Schwartz Billing Workers Thursday land son Allen and Mr and Mrs j 2 in the church basement visit1 Qeorge were visitors at j xhe Kremlin Womens club Lesley Freeman and Thomas G w l h Tues Mr Alyin Barbie will j give their Veading dance 3 at tfteViareVness gyiir WnipW Lester Kenfield and son l e to see his n Havre daughter called at the evening while Dennis iV work done had Mr W W in Wisconsin present and one visitor Follows Mrs D O Swift and Mr and ing the dinner a short busmess Mrs Charles Mills called on was held The club made Packer family Tuesday plans to sponsor a community1 Gene Swift and Jim Stiipstead party for members of the school left Tuesday for Seattle for workj faculty Mrs S G Vosen resigned jas president So few members I were present it was decided to j wait until the next meeting to j elect a new president The next j j meeting will be held October 28 Sit the home of Mrs John WILL BE Mralld spent tne weekend Mrs Stelt sister Miss Anna Kieser in Mr and Mrs J Plummer and i Betty Jean of Joplin Mrs Glenn of Cut Bank is seTerai days visiting relativeshere rljeen making his town Miss Evelyn Peterson and Mrs Hunt called at the Hayes Starks home Thursday afternoon Mr and Mrs John Hughes Shelby John Fisher transacted busi ness in Havre Thursday Bernard Brennan recently pur chased the Chris Patterson home jand will soon move his family to i town van Mr made W W JONES Auctioneer and Mrs E M Allison a business trip to Fortj Benton Tuesday idrove to Cottonwood ate Wednes wftir his grandfathj T duo j er Aaarnis children ana Mr Shipman s par lents from Wisconsin visited at A iLUnVRrn tfie OIyn Woiery home Tuesday t afternoon Stirk returned home Mr and Mrs Eldon Graff were Saturday froarSt Paul where hejsupper at tbe Gu WoleiT Mr and Mrs Walter Calvert of j Mr and Mrs Curtis Buzzell l Harlem were recent visitors atand family wer6 callers at the j the James McKay home iWm Staples home last Sunday i Mr and Mrs Fred Voss and j Mr and Mrs John Staples j family and Mrs Alma Norenberg shopped in Havre j Sunday with friends in the Mr and Mrs George Rice north country were antlong the shoppers in Frank Smith and son HowardHavre Moriday of Fairchild were in town Thurs1 Mr and Mrs Raymond Staples NOON transacted business i home Sunday Mr Schreierenfered a Havre We had rain and snow frost Mrs C A Gustafson and children and Mrs C J Ramberg Clarence were Havre callers is writing freezing the past week sail field work and threshing at iLourene and Freda Rathbun i standstill up tteir winter quarters in j Sinviks apartments Wednesday Phifer returned Mon day from a visit with relatives alprtfciN D7 i Among those seen on the Hjavre streets were Mr and Mrs Conner and ft Curt Phillips L Cv Ramberg took a load of j Billy order entertained I to Great Falls Friday for in honor of third birthday Tuesday I George Clink was a Goldstoaei The L D R met Tuesday Thursday j Catherine Mullikin as JIr Mf Vl nam Bangs j aQd daughter left Wednesday tor Robert ScKneibel stopped where they attended the j Rudyard Thursday to visit relaj tires Hfe fll go on to Kenfield went with them where he irili resume his work relatives around Spokane Mr and Mrs Walter Hill and i in entered a Havre son called at the Charlie Cadyj hospital Wednesday for observajllome Wednesday 1 I Roy Stanberry called at thsj A E Suokow Owens and C A Gustafson granddaughter Katherine homes Thursday AND We Exchange STAR WHITE FLOUR for 3 BUSHELS OF NOl 1 WHEAT at the STAR WHITE MILLS CHINOOK MONT Farmers are invited to bring in anything they may have to sell with tHe i t J v i i vs i exception diJiyestocfcno livestock will Be Aiiytnmg else brought in will be auctioned to the highest commission will be charged for listing or selling V AYE NEXT TO STREET BETWEEH 3RD 4TH HMTHERN DEPOT PARK T Li JU Sponsored By M n   

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