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   Bismarck Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1927, Bismarck, North Dakota                                PAGE TEN THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE THURSDAY, DECEMBER NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS Sanger Mi', und Mr.-. Bert Glanville and suni, Dean nnd Harold. mon on Paul the Apostle in the churi-h at The Ladies Aid of th Presby- terian i-hurch Bru having the base- ment the churth plastered and finished. This Mill make a great improvement. Don't forget the din- Mis. A. T. Matteson of FryLuig. N. .-pent a few last week MMting her son, P. K. Matusun, iiinl family. Miss Frieda 1'etPrsun t'lf uf friends in Mmol I hi- Tl'unksgiwng A. Ogden "as l.'i1-' k i-ufferiin: fi'uui i iieumatism. Miss Helen KIU-.MI, who attend-1 Mr. and Mm. K. E. Glunvillu were-1 ner at the church basement Satur- i.Mtui's in the capital city1 I day, Dec. Moffit Sterling .kinlis Koftescth I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Johnson and returned1 fanili.v 3pcnl Thursday at the C. J. K. Nichols "vi-ited at the Kiu.-c home "Ihui-day even- high Thanksgiving dav at the J. K. CuMiK Mr. and Mr I Mrs. J. 11. M n r this itimf. v. nueriiiie Kill i'ig night, 'n unit1. Mis. Cl.i-j a1 the IN.-re A. end. Mr. and M lained u i. u' dVl'ii k din The Mi--> attendiri; l home flays, n-'UK-i afternoon. llensier. spent j rid lii" week-end U. Smith, Mr.1 the t-al wa [MI Mr f.uilli Himn1 Mr. and '.lit: Wiek- M r- .1. K. mg Mi. and Eniil Knockson arT tin- of a Jbuby boy born Nov. iMth. K-tht-r who i.s teach- ing near Mi'uoken. spent the week- end at. tm- home of her parents. Mei-ilanii Watkins, ('line, linker und Park-, u'eie shupping in and Pete and at the Valentine Sunday. ijnttin of Brittin in town Kri- .Mrs. Ja.-on HOOUT visited the Moffit school Wednesday aftenvjon. Mi-. W. II. spent the week- end in Ki.-m.iii-k vi.-itmg relatives. Mi-- Martha HaughtallinK .1' tri'- K. NirhoU home Satur-1 Mr. and "Mr-. K. Moffil entnr-j lo Mandan .Sun-lay j ;lt ,hickeii dinner Sunday.! Mi. ,111-1 Mrs. F. H. Pillsburv and' Rev. N. .1. uf New Salmi. Mr. and Mrc. H. F. 'l.anc, who is a Sund'iy s-chnol i 'charlotte .Moffit, and John J. spent Suii'U'. anil Monday in or. On Sunday with hi-, help, ihc( jj Adams visited at the Sander Sunday school was I'rgun-, Mrs. B. Richunl.Min was chosen Mrs. P. II. I Mattesoii, assistant, j-upcrmtendent; i Johnson honi Tom Stewart and family visited relatives in Uawsun Thursday. I Miss "Peggy" Peterson accom- panied hy Mildred Johnson motored t.; Verona, N. D., Wednesday and leturned Sunday. Inp a weel and a hall with their bister, Mrs. Roy Bond. Mr. and Mrs. Owen McKintyrc ami family were dinner guests at the J. J. Homer home Saturday. Miss Rose Holstein and mother and Mr. A. O. Lee were Thanks- giving dinner guests at the A. E Kopplm home. Harold Mueller, who is employee at 'he Z X ranch, spent Sunday at his parental home. Kd. Dalbec left for Bismarck Sat- urday afternoon. Mr. Dalbec is em- ployed by the Northern Hide anil r'ur Co. Taft Miss Margaret Lang and Richard Lang motored to Jamestown Friday Miss LuelU Tollefson spent the! to get Misses Esther Lang and Mar- week-end in Bismarck. I ion Lewis, who are attending col- Mr. Max Lang went to Minne.ap-1 lege there. will spend the olis Tuesday with a carload of eat- week-end at their homes. .1. 1! eiiler- e" "f fi ii'iids at a (lay. t and ('lara liul- la I'clor-un, who an1 I n'. Mandan. ram'' j; tho Klic Harding was a town caller Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. F.d. Smith visited at Tom Stewart's. Saturday evening. They .spent the evening playing 500 and at midnight u delicious lunch was served. Mrs. Paul Lang visited at C. J. Johnson's Sunday. Paul Lang and family, Harry Kdgcrley and family and Mrs. C. J. Johnson and family viMtcd- at llurr'.i Sunday. The Misses Dorothy Barkman nnd Visian Shaffer visited with Mma Lewis Monday night. ___ _............ M. Whiteaker Mr.-. J. li. Culligan, seerctaiy-treaj- ]ej-t Friday for Chicago where the> 11. P. Asselstine home Wednesday Mrs. Everett Porter wa? shopping in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. K, Dawson lirei', and Mrs. A. Peterson, or- ganist. Sunday school will held rvorr Sunday at ID a. m. in the Sander sehoolliouse. is cordially invited to attend. The Sander P. T. A. is planning a basket soejal and entertainment 1n ho hold in the near future. The proceeds' of thr social urn to tro toward payinu for an for the school. Watch for the date, plan to Attend and help in this Koud work. Thanksgiving services were held in the hall Sunday evening. R. V. Hagnrll and son Darrel mo- tored to Bismarck Saturday, nTurn- Sunday evening. Mrs. William WHS a Kis- luurck visitor Friday and Saturday. P. R. made u liiisincsH trip to- Mandan Sunday. Arena Nathan, the blacksmith from Tut- tle, was put Friday and did some horseshoeing for Andrew Kraft and Jucoh Steiglrmeycr. Peter Domogalla brought his tractor over to Harry Ulfers' Satur- day und ground feed for Hurry, Kd. Pond and Kd. Smith. Peter is usinif grinder. He went to Milt Goldsmith's from I'lfer's. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kraft and are attending the International live- stuck show. Mrs. Coder took her sister, Mrs (iilhcrt. to Kllendak' last week where .she will receive medical at- tention. Charles Faust and family have moved into town for the winter and Alfred Faust, family have moved onto the Charles Faust farm. Adams spent the wecjt end in Bismarck visiting friends. Jl'he Ladies Aid will meet at hfcio of Mrs. Ed, DP Hoan Wednes- day, Dee. 7th. Everybody welcome. Mrs. Valentino Bcnz visited'ut the ('has. J-'aust homo Monday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel of Brit- tin were shopping in town Satur day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Archie Kendall and Mis (iladyr. Mockel were visiting relatives and friends here lust, week. Quite n crowd attended the com munity Thanksgiving dinner and bazaar in hall given hy the Ladies Aid and u nice .sum of money was taker) in. Mr. and Mrs. .7. C. Kendall and son Allen returned home Monday from Thief River Falls, Minn, Leith William Keller, Jr., nnd Ksther Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kraft motor-1 Medinger, daughter and at Mr. and Mrs. Philip Binder's, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Drum urn: Wayne were shopping in Wing Hat- ui'duy morning. Mr. and Mrs. HowiirJ (ilitnvill and Mrs. A, S. Wilkinson and son (Jcorgr, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Nrwman and Mr. and Mrs. E E. Glanvillf were at Mr. and Mrs. Uert Glan- Yillo's. Andrew, Lena, Alvirm uiul Harold Krnft were evening t-allers Tuesday at Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith's, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Duncan nnd family wci-e guests of Mi', and Mrs. Ed. Pond Thanksgiving. Mr. and Walter Newman and two children, Lovonn, nnd Bud- dy of Braincrrl, Minn., visited nt Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tues- day anrl Wednesday. Mrs. New- man formerly was Miss Berlhn Wilkin.-on and is a .sister of .Mrs. Glanville. Mr. nnd Kmcrson Glanville motored to Brnddotk Thursday to be present nt n Thanksgiving din- ner given by Mr. and Mrs. Herb Corey. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hnlvrr and Stanley, Mr. anrl Mrs. Ren Klagen- burg1 and children, Mr. and Mrs. Klmcr Drum. Ed. Smith, Grant Palms, F.d. Wagner, Ellen am' Thomn Ryan anrl Hii7.pl Rnpp were guests, nt, the Mclntyrc liome for Thanksgiving dinner. Those attending Catholic serv- ices in Wing Saturday were Mr. anrl Mrs. Owen Mclntyre i.nc! family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Klagenburg and children, Ed. Smith and George Mc- lntyrc. Roy and Sylvia -were sruests at the B. (ilanvillc home Thursday. Ed. Wapner nnd F. Klagcnbjvg butchered a beef Friday. George Bismarck wns a business Msitor at Cnrl Wolf's Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Webber anrl little' daughter Rnnien Bailey anrl Krl. Cloud were shopping in Wing Saturday. Miss Esther (Danville was a guest at the Stewart hoYne Friday. Ed. Wagner was n business call- er in Arena Saturday. Ed. Cloud .moved the old Tumoy house to this farui Wednesday. Sam Swanson has recently pur- chased the Mercantile building, the upper floor of which ia occupied by Dr. T. S. Pryco. floor is now occupied by Kerne Werner and company. Basketball season has opened, Practit-es are being held this week. The boys will play their initial game wit> Napoleon next week. The ifame. will bo played at Na- poleon. Mabel Andcrnou spent Thanksgiving with relatives at Tap. pen. Miss liarbiim I'ulman was a house cuest at the A. S. Hough home over Thanksgiving. Mr. Chris i.s spending the week in St. Paul on business He expects to be away about two weeks. K. C. Werner left Sunday for Kartfo where lie is transacting busi- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. ('ross spent ThanksKivinR nt Washburn as quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. Brigham. They returned. Fri- Mr.and Mrs. Herman Nieman and family spent the' week-end with Kusler's at Sweet Briar. Miss Elnora Hurr, who has been visiting at Ray, No. Dak., is expect- ed home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis spent Thanksgiving in Moffit at the Lad- ies Aid bazaar and dinner which was given in the Moffit hall. There was no school in the Ster- ling schools Friday. Mrs. Candce held si-hool in White school district Friday. Earl and Clinton Gaskill motored to Bismarck Tuesday. E. L. Hurr was a Sterling caller each have a new Kolstcr which they purchased from A. H. Helgeson, A. H. Helgeson a new Kolster, Pete Mickelson an Atwater Kent and H. E. Rannestad an Erla. A. H. Lund- berg has just installed a Grebe in his home and Fred DanieLson a Su- prcmc. Hendrickson's father. who has been seriously ill at her. home in Rejran for the past few weeks, died Tuesday and his body was taken to Jamestown Thursday for burial. r Baldwin Saturday. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Gosney home were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Koon and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kositzky and family, Mr. and Mrs. Triplett, Mrs. Roberts, Miss Lydia Briscoe, Mrs. Chas. Gaskill, and Mrs. Clinton Gas- kill and daughter Vivian. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sharp and family Jpent Thanksgiving day in Sterling. Misses Vivian Gaskill, Florence Gosney and Charley Gosney spent Carl Herdebu and Herman Kikul returned Wednesday from a week's visit at the C'aus Gamier home at Clcarbrook, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hilken of Wil- ton, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Aaland, Clarence Anderson and John Ella were Thanksgiving- guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mrs. J. S. Fcvold ,and two small children have returned from North- field, Minn., where they were called by the death of Mrs. Fevold's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Tver Christiansen and family, who have been residing on a farm southeast of here, have moved to the farm owned by the late Ira Burkhart for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brackett and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Falkenstein and family were Thanksgiving guests at the Ralph relatives and friends. They return- ed Monday evening. Art Bjorhua motored to Driscoll Saturday. Word was received here from Mr. und Mrs. Fritz Hagen, who some- time ago left for Louisiana, that they did not like it down there and they had left for Glendale. Calif. Bernice and Helen Bjorhus spent the week-end with their grandpar- ents at Driscoll. Ed. Nygaurd drove to Manfred after a load of seed wheat Tuesday, returning- Wednesday. Helmer Arneson left Friday for Baltic, So. Dak., where he will spend some time. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Olson spent Bismarck visitors Wednesday. Mr. Chae. Snyder was looking for B rad- iutor for his truck. A number of the neighbor ladies have to the hospital to call on Mr A, George Scarborough, who was stricken with paralysis in the left side several days -ago. Although her condition is still very serious she is much better than when she entered the hospital. While in Bismarck Wednesday- Mrs. Robert Welch called on Mrs. Jos. Gagner. Mrs. Gagner is an old pioneer and former resident of this vicinity. She had a bad fall a month ago, but is able to be about again now. Sunday at the Dallas home. Hampton Falkenstein home. Miss Olgn Rupp of Bismarck Thursday evening1 Koon home. at the "Jim" day. The pageant, "The Challenge of TfCtT, "we're "mSr'fTcd lift" Carson Tuesday, Nov. 2_. The younc folks will preside on the T. I1', Keal- ing farm Mouth of Leith. Both are well known in this community and liavi! many friends here, who ex- tend congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ashbridgr und family spent Thanksgiving with relatives at Hisma.n.-k. Mr. anrl Mrs. E, J. Saundcrs nnd Wm. Sounders visited with Mrs. Wm. Saunrler--, who is a patient the Hismavck hor-pitnl Thursday. Mr. Saunrlers is recovering very rapidly from her recent operation. Mrs. J. 11. Kmch entertained thr I.cith Civic club Wednesday even- ing. Roll call was answered by n.iming Pilgrim. Fathers. Mrs. G, Aanestad rcarl a very interesting paper on "Advantages of Krlythe Jones entitled, "The First j was nlso very in- tertaining. J''crn und Nellie Kmch sijng a rluet. Mr, and Mrs. E. Anhorn anrl fam- ily and Mr. nnd Mrs, Fred Sept were entertained at the Jacob Sept home Thanksgiving. Fern anrl Nellie Kmch who teach- e.s near New Leipzig, spent the week-end at home. Mrs. Alfred who has icon on the sick list the post frw days, is reported much improved. The Parent-Teacher association hflrl a very interesting meeting Monday evening. A large crowd was pi ['sent and enjoyed the pro- pram, which consisted of commun- ity singing led by E. J. Luwfer, Mrs. Sethcr, i the was very well attended on Sunday evening. The offering amounted -to and was sent to India to buy an organ for a mifi sion school nt Mcerut. The. ladies of the Catholic aid met with Mrs. A. S. Hough Wed- nesday afternoon. The afternoon wus spent socially. At the conclu- sion of the meeting a supper was served. Mrs. George Marty left Tuesday for Bismarck, where she will trans- ifc't "Business." Mrs. Fred Renvillc IK confined to the hospital in Bismarck. G. Bluhm wont to Bismarck Mon- day on business. Judge I. Uavies stopped in Diiwson oil business Wednesday. Miss Carrie Goodman spent Thanksgiving vacation at her home Robinson. Misses Niles and Elsie Hoeft were shoppers in Bismarck Saturday. K, d'lifford, who confined to the St. Alexius hospital in Bis- marck, is reported as doing ns well as can ho expected. Messrs. Wm. and Edward Peters spent Saturday in Bismarck on business. Mrs. Leo Mayers spent Friday in Bismarck shopping. Ireorpc Lewis spent Saturday in Bismarck. Miss-os Ruth Coi'dncr and Gert- Miss Belva Beatty returned home Saturday after a visit with Ray- mond Loomises' at Steele, No. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baker were Bismarck callers Saturday. Mrs. John Baker spent Saturday at the Roy Baker home. Miss Lucille Lash of Bismarck returned to her home Saturday af- ter spending a few days with rela- tives here. Presley Gosney called at the Frank Rice home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd tielK and fam- ily called at the Roy Baker home Saturday morning. Max Lang and daughters Esther and Margaret and son Theodore and Jcrold Ellis spent Sunday afternoon at the George Lewis home. Mr. and Mrs. and son Harold were visiting in Sterling Sunday. Richard Lang spent Sunday after- noon at the George Lewis home. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Gosney and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Gaskill home. Earl Gaskill motored to Bismarck Saturday night. Don't forget the 31. E. Ladies Aid bazaar and chicken supper given in thai Dec. 6th. Fish-pond for the kiddies, also many things for tho men folks to buy. Mrs. Johnson nnd son William tailed at the Gosnoy homo Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swindling and family spent Sunday evening at the John Baker home. Mr. and Mrs. CJinton Gaskill and vivian w.erc supper guests at the Charley Anderson home Monday. Remember church services In Sterling every Sunday at 12 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swindling called at the Anderson home Mon- day. spent Thanksgiving at the home of relatives in this community. Mr. and Mrs. George Gray of Wil- ton are the proud parents of affihe baby boy, vho arrived shortly be- fore Thanksgiving. Mr. Gray is well known here, and is one of Wil ton's rural mail carriers. Friends of Miss Margaret Hol- lingsworth, who was employed as teacher in one of our rural schools last year, will be interested in knowing of her recent marriage to Otto Larson, well-known young man of the Wilton vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Erickson of Bismarck were recent visitors at the J. S. Fevold home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gngdahl and family, Mrs. John Engdahl, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson and family, Hugo anrl Alice Swanson and Otto Swanron were Thanksgiving guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Engdahl and family. Mr. and Mrs, John Nordstrom and family, Miss Alice Swanson and Otto Swanson spent Saturday even- ing at the Alvin Nordstrom home. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Williams of MandSn, who are mak- ing an extensive motor trip to points south, have heard from them. Mr. Williams writes that in New Orleans where lie is attending a convention, the weather is disagree- ably hot. He also reports a lot of bad roads in tho flood district. After the convention, Mr. and Mrs. Williams plan on spending two weeks sailing the Caribbean sea. They expect to get home about Dec. John E. Renschler was a business caler at Temvik Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Grenz and Philip Myer of Hazelton, Bose Sch- lecht and Theresa Koppy of Tem- vik and Henry Knittel were Thanks- giving dinner guests at the home of John J. Renschler. The dance held at the pavilion Mrs. John Nieland returned home Barkman for Thanksgiving with her husband, who came for her in his car Wed- nesday evening. Mrs. Nieland did not teach Friday. school is Boyd No. 1. Fred Button and family of near Hazelton spent Thanksgiving visit- at the Sedmenn park of Linton was well attended by a number of young folks of this vicinity. Miss Bessie Smith returned to her homo Wednesday. Henry Knittel was a caller at Temvik the fore part of the week. John J. Renschler left for Jack- son, Mich., Thursday by car. His sister living there is ill. Dave Joeb took a load of grain to Temivk the middle of the week. Frank Koppy of Temvik spent Thanksgiving day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Koppy. The Thanksgiving dance held at the fflrbes theatre of Hazelton was attended by a large young folks of this number of community. Hazelton orchestra played. The Misses Elsina Oschner, Eli- zabeth Koppy and Bertha Weber of Temvik loppy hiked out to the Missouri river Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mausehund and children were visitors at the Ed. Wellcr home Thanksgiving eve- ning. The Missouri river is beginning to freeze over. We will soon bo able to cross. Porter Umber went to Linton Saturday. rude Hess returned Sunday after having spent their Thanksgiving vacation at their respective homes in Bismarck and Mnndan. Mrs. Edward Huschka returned Tuesday after having spent Thanks- giving in Fargo as a guest of her son. Dr. L. E. Huschka, The annual fireman's dance was given Thanksgiving night in the town hall nnd was largely attenrlcd. Kadle's orchestra furnished tho music. Regan Wing membership talk Sylvia anrl Roy Stewart Miss Esther Glanville took In the masquerade dance in Tuttle Thanks- paper making friends with books by Miss Broton, rendinc hy Mrs. Kimball aivl round table discussion hy Mrs. Robt. O'Connell. Faye Mossman anrl Majoric An- derson, who tench near Raleigh, spent thfi week-end with their par- ents here. Agnes Emeh returned to St. Mary's nt Bismarck Monday after spending the week-end at her home. R. W. IIawlcy motored to Carson Tuesday. Miss R-th Cochrano spent Thank- sgiving at home, she was accompan- ied by two other teachers from Solen, Misses Irene Schloukck and Veronica Farrel. C. M. MeGillis of Duluth was a business callpr here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lavalchek accompanied hy Mr. and Frank L'lrich of Heil were callers at E. J. jriving, evening and report a won-, Lawfer's Monday. derful time. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Ruana of New- Miss Erickson. teacher of the! Leipzig were business callers here Stark school, spent Thanksgiving' Tupsdav. with her parents north of Good-' rich. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Drum mo- Mr. and Mrs. Swede Newman of Braincrrl, Minn., returned to their home Saturday after spending the last week visiting friends and rela- tives in this vicinity, Lcc Glanville anrl son Bobby of Van Hook were visitors at the J. B, Glanville homo Friday. Mrs. John Weber spent the fore part of tho week at Tuttle helping her sister move, Mr. and Mrs. Emcrsnn GIsnville drove to Bismarck Wednesday af- ter Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boss. Jesse Johns and John Knowles left, for Wisconsin Saturday morn- ing. They plan to stay all winter. Emma Weber, Ella, Edith, Clara and John Mueller and Bertil Andrr- Ron attended tho basketball game at Tuttle Thursday evening, Joy Franzen of Tuttle spent the week-end with Mabel Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. .7. B. Glanville and family, Mr. and Mrs. Em. Glanvflle and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boss were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Harold Faubel of Mclntosh spent i H. C. Corey home at Braddock, No. Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Faubel. tored to Goodrirh Sunday to visit; K. J. Lawfer spent the week-end with Mr. and Carl Snyder., at Mott. Mrs. Snyder is Mrs. Drum's sister The Kraft boys, Andrew and Harold, were hauling grain most of the week to Arena. Miss Sylvia Stewart, who teaches at Tower City, spent the Thanks- giving vacation at home with her Mr. and Mrs. Tom McDo-a-all, Jr., accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. L. ".Vamick of LaiHc, were callers at the Lawfer Studio Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Tipke of Red- elm, So. Dak., visited friends here the past wpek. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stewart. Mfss Gertrude Stegmcier of Hcil Ed. Pond and Wayne Drum were visitors at "Ed. Wagners Sunday. was a visitor here Sunday. R. If. Kurti of Morristown was a Carson. o'clock. Sunday school at 11 Evening worship at Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Tees motored business caller here Friday. to Arthur, No. Dak., Friday to visit Mr. apd Mrs. John Will motored relatives a few to Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Halver and Golden Rule at Stanley motored to Bismarck Sat- urday to look after business affairs and Mrs. Halver was also having some dental work done. Lee Glanville and son Bobby of van Hook visited his brothers, Bert and Emerion. Mr. and Mn. Enurron Glanville dinnw Saturday Lee 'fir' Note the change in hours of wor- ship. school at 2 o'clock. Divine "worship at 3 o'clock. Leith Morning we .-ship at 10. Sunday school at 11 o'clock. A cordial invitation extended to all. On Friday evening. Dec. 0; Rev. CorbitT.wiH Jive an Uliutnted Dak. Mr. Collins left Tuesday for Il- linois to spend a week or two with his parents. Esther Fryer of Harvey spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Jirn Olson. Sena Torguson, Myrtle Peterson and A.. 0. Lee were shoppers in Bis- marck Saturday. The ladies arc making prepara- tions for their annual bazaar Sat- urday. Great pains are being made in fixing a delirious chicken sup- per. Christian Endeavor are hav. intr a fish-pond in connection. Everybody welcome. Y. E. met with Mrs. A. E. Krrpplin -esday evening. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCloskey Saturday but was called beyond that dame day. Short services were held at the Catholic church Monday morning" and burial was made ins the Wing cemetery. Clarice and Omar Tice left for Denver, Sunday after i Mr. anrl Mrs. Jacob Dnnielson en- tertained the following people at a Thanksgiving day dinner: Mr, and Mrs. Henry Danielson, Mr. and Mrs, Daniel Johnson and family, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Johnson and Rev. and Mrs. Christcnson aftdsRev. Fosberg. Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Fisher and family spent Thanksgiving nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Olson were dinner guests at the A. L. Games Mrs. A. H. Lundberg entertained Thanksgiving for tho Wm. Uhde family p.nd Mrs. Art Marble and family. Mr. and Mrs. August Wester-man and son Allan and Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Dimond, Mrs. Harry Dimond and daughter Mabel were guests Thanks- giving day at the Sam Hauser homo near McClusky. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rhodes and family spent Thanksgiving at the John Lundberg home. Miss Bess Wilson, who teaches nt Cooperstown, N. D., spent Thanks- giving vacation with her mother and brother in Regan. The Misse% Palma Fristari nnd Doris Engbrecnt spent the Thanks- giving holiday at their homes in Mandan and Golden Valley. Prof, and Mrs. Pogreba were guests of Mrs. Pogrebas" sister in Mandan for Thanksgiving. Mrs. H. E. Rannestad and Harold and Mrs. pie Tyberg were pas- sengers Friday for Bismarck, re- turning Saturday evening with Mr. Ranneetad and Mr. Tyberg, who mo- tored down that evening. The following- high school stu- dents spent their Thanksgiving vac- ation in Regan: Gertrude Reirson, Mabel Dimond, Arnold Helgeson, returning to Bismarck Sunday. Myron Reiraon, who is employed in the First National bank of Bis- marck, spent Sunday in Regan. Chas. and children, Hazel, Bernice and Richard, were guests 16. Mr. Williams is manager of the Mandan Beverage company. Orville Falkenstein is spending lomo time at Still helping his uncle, PaUreTTHtetrr, -shrod fodder for the silo. Herman Myers has installed a new Atwater Kent radio in his home to give it a trial. Friends of Cnrl BagJey, popular announcer of KGCU of Mandan, will be. interested in learning of his marriage on Thanksgiving day, Beers Brothers, who have been drilling a well near here, have left for other parts. County Commissioner William were busy hauling grain to Saturday. Fred Joeb went to Linton Satur- day with a load of grain. Paul Mausehund was a business caller at Linton the latter'part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Koppy were business callers at Linton and Strasburg Saturday. Miss Ethel Manldgo spent Thanksgiving vacation with her parents at Braddock. Mr. and Mrs. Herman BackUaus and family went to Linton Thurs- day to have their family picture. Mr. and Mrs. Jotin Ohlhauser, Jr., and children went to Linton Sun- day, the event being the marriage of the latter's sister. ing at the A. D. Welch home. Mr. Dutton is Mrs. Welch's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Welch's daughters, Mrs. Phoebe Divine of Montana and Mrs. Edi'h Bruce, teacher in Apple Creek district, wer also home for the holi- day. Mrs. Bruce and Mrs. Divine attended the Thanksgiving dance at Hazelton in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Welch and family, and Oliver Welch visited at the home of Mrs. Welch's par- ents, the Slaters, of near Brittin, Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. John Alsbury and family visited at the Joe Hill home Thanksgivng evening. Mrs. Hill is Mr. and Mrs. Alsbury's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welch and family visited at the home of Mrs. Welch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Doppler, Thanksgiving day. Knut Hanson motored to Mr. Doppler's place Thursday. He still has some of his things stored there and he intended taking a load home with him. When he was ready to start his car was not and Lawrence Doppler had to pull him home. Robert Welch and little son and daughter called at the Scarborough and A. D. Welch homes. Mrs. Edith Bruce and little daugh- ter, and Mrs. Phoebe Divine and A. D. Wekfc were visitors in Bis- marck Saturday. Lawrence Doppler hauled a truck load of sheep to Bismarck Mr. Aurie Welch Saturday. Horace Dirlam has been moving fence this week. Otto Dorman and sons have been HenryOhlhauser and Merle their husker Part Robert Welch called at the home of his brother, John, Sunday even- ing. Mrs. Edith Bruce, who was on her way back to school, slid into a snow filled ditch near the house, and her cousins John and Bob, see- ing her trouble, pushed her car free. t Still Mr.-'and Mrs, John Weber and children were business callers at Linton the latter part of the week. Mrs, Frank. Fricke was transacting business in the capital city a few days ago. Mr. nnd Mrs. Victor Strum and Mr. and Mrs. Olgot Rybcrg of near Still were Thanksgiving Day guests at the Walter Ryberg home. Miss Grace McAvoy of Glenview high school student here, has taken apartments in the local hotel for the winter months. Willis Spitzer, who attends school in Mandan, has returned to that city after a pleasant visit over the Thanksgiving season at his home south of town, Mr. and Mrs, Fulton Nelson spent several days of the past week at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Laurence Stalks, in Wilton. A vaudeville show was given in the town hall Saturday night which was largely attended and enjoyed by all Immediately following the show a dance wan held, music for the dance being furnished by the show company. The members of the troupe reside at Kansas City, Mo., and several of them are regular en- tertainers over radio station WDAF. Charlie Do Long, who has been visiting at the Jay De Long home for some time, left recently for his home at Clay Center, Neb, Clarence Falkenstein, who' has been spending the past week in the Twin Cities, where he went with a consignment of sheep, is expected home early in the week. Miss Ruth Hanson, spent the Thanksgiving recess at her home in Washburn, has resumed her school- teaching east of town. P. H. Outzan of Amenia was a viistor at the Richard Borner home Sunday afternoon. were visitors at Mrs. Ted Lawler Saturday. Miss Ella Shcppard spent Thanks- giving with home folks near Hazel- ton. Mr. and Mrs. "Bill" Gappert and Mrs. Backhaus, the lattern moth- er, were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mm. Herman Backhaus. Hunting rabbits is very popular in this community. f Welch's Spur Lein at the Roy McCullough Thanksgiving: day. home Mr. and Mrs. Julius Olson of Stie- ber township motored to Bismarck Friday. A. L. Games, Julius Olson and Andv Garnes, Jr., attended the show in Wilton Thursday evening. Work has commenced on tHe Legion cabin, the floor and frame- work being about completed. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Games and children were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Urbach Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fisher motored to Bismarck Sunday. Mr. ana Mrs. John Carlson mo- tored to Driscoll and Fort Ransom Monday where they will attend to business matters. A number of new radios have been installed In Regan and vicin- ity, p. iG. KJipfcl and Fred Urbacb Mios Elizabeth Hustoft, teacher for school No. 1, spent from Wed- nesday until Sunday at her par- ental home near Manfred, N. D.' Clifford and Gale Birkeland spent Wednesday nt Bismarck. The form- er brought a new Chrysler coupe home with him. J. S. Rise and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Rise spent Friday afternoon at the P. H. KlukBchdflhl home in Clear Lake township. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Arneson, daughter, Alice, Mr. and Mrs, Sey- mour Arneson and family spent Sunday at the Arneson home near Driscoll. Gale and Clifford Birkeland spent Sunday at the Sivert Brenden home. Jo-hn Birkeland returned from St. Paul Sunday. Mrs. Marie Olauson and family of Clear Lake township spent Sunday nt the G-eo. Christiansen home. Quito a few from this vicinity attended the program and parcel fencinl in Clear Lake school No. 3 Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Derrick Larson and son Henry of Tuttle spent Sunday at the Sivert Brenden home. Alfr.ed Arneson returned from Baltic. So. Dak., Wednesday. J. S. Rise. Mr. and Mn. J. O. Rise and son Joseph motored to Parshall, N. Dak., Saturday to visit Ed Doppler and two sons, Lawr- ence and Leo, and Glenn Oder" call- ed at the Robert Welch home Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Welch, and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Dirlam were callers in Bis- marck Tuesday. Mrs. Edith Bruce, teacher of Ap- ple Creek school No, 1, called at the Robert Welch home Tuesday evening. Mrs, Bruce was on her way back to her school, where she does light housekeeping during the week. She had made a trip to Bis- marck and a short visit to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Welch. fcngus Stuart, whose truck was broken down about mile north of Mr. Doppler's house, spent Tues- day repairing it at Mr. Doppler's place. Lawrence Doppler helped him and together they succeeded in getting it in shape so that Mr. Stuart drove it home that evening. Oliver Welch visited at the home of his son, Robert, Tuesday. Mr. Welch was also in search of two stray horses. Mr. and Mrs. John Alsbury and sons, Jack, Gerald and Randolph, were in Bismarck Wednesday. Eva Alsbury returned with them for the Thanksgiving holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snyder and father, Chas. Snyder, were Mandan- Mrs. Porter Nelson and baby daughter, who have been visiting at the Steve Little home for some time, left for their home in Cromwell .township Tuesday. Mrs. Nelson is a sistar of Mrs. Little. L. M. Nordquist, son Vernom and daughter Ella, Mr. and Mrs. Aug- ,ust Asplund and son Ned and Miss Emily Carlson spent Sunday at the John Asplund home. and.....Margaret Hagstrom- visited with Velma Johnson Satur- day. A miscellaneous shower was given for Miss Agnes Thor at the Henry Danielson home Friday afternoon. Miss Thor is a bride of the month. The Misses Ida ..and Agnes Tos- seth, 'Dorothy Little and Jcanette Coleman, Bismarck high school stu- dents, spent their Thanksgiving vacation at their respective homes, returning to Bismarck Sunday. Mrs. Anthony Ericson is gone, to Turtle Lake in charge of a case of pneumonia, Mr. and- Mrs. John Asplund and son Lloyd and Miss Alma Benson spent Thanksgiving with Mr. As- plntd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Asplund. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Pearson and Miss Naomi Hagstrom shopped in Wilton Wednesday. The Rev. Oscar Jacobson and the Rev. C. A. Stephens. of Bismarck are holding revival services in the Still hall every night this week. Martin Strand is building the hall that the American Legion is putting up in Regan this fall. The Pentecostal Assembly is con- tinuing their series of special serv- ices in their hall in Regan. Sold by Comparison Don't take our word that the TEMPLE ii the bert speaker on the market Go to your neareft dealer and him for a COMPARA-, TOR test. He will hook up five different speakers. Clow jyour eyes as he quickly from one to other. You'll find that all we say is TEMPLE; for richness'and purity of tone, has no equal in speakers today. Temple Priced at Distributed by Quanrud, Brink Reibold, Inc. M Fourth St. Phone 76J Ask one of these dealers for demons tratlou DAKOTA DEALERS Bismarck Accessory Tire C'o. Bis- nurck Auto Electric Co.. Jamertnwn Bertelsen Motor Co., Steele Bostrom Max Henry Cortten, Center Dodn. Motor Sales, Eocltoft t (o., Dunn Center Ehrle Doyle. BclflelrJ. Ellison Broti., Mandjtn Farmern Supply Fisher Motor Co., Hazelton Fonter Motor Co. BJchardton P. 1. Forward, llalllday Glen lllln Motor Sales, Glen ttlln Hell Sen Ice Station, Clerebnd Henrlcks iMindgren, Underwood Hodgex tt Murphy, Tan Hook John Hoff, Tnttle i. 0. Hunt, Medina I. L. Jewexkl, Drake Knife Hirer Motor Marshall Kramer Motor Sales, Linton Adolph Larson, Sanlsu Ole S. LygJo. Mabek Oscar Lax, Burnstad M. n. MeNHlly, Moffit J. P. Majeres, Oarrlson Motor Inn, (iolden Vallry Napoleon Hardware Co., Napoleon E. W. Parsholl Onkrop Nerrlre Station, KlUdeer Fred Pathman, Cnrsoii Plnia Motor Co., Plata Probst Motor Co.. Parsball Tony Renwh, Xakotl Rose Co, Bentah Ryder Motor Co., Ryder Serrlce, Heh? II. Ssldln. Colekarbor Stops Coughs InPlTcMtavtM Bucking ud Sort Thiwte, Creo-Lyptos comblnitlon ef Creotott Eudlrptut. neamended tor children Mid tdulta by tor HALL'S DRUG STORE Bismarck, N. Dak. FRESH, FROZEN AND SALTED FISH Beaver Bay, Minn. from the 4iets Fresh Frozen Lake Superior Herring (Family Whitefish) 100 Ib. box gross Wt, 50 Ib. box gross Wt., cleaned....... 3.00 100 Ib. box gross Wt, 50 Ib. box gross Wt., round........ 2.75 We are licensed and bonded Why not buy your fish from us and get the best reference? First 'National Bank, Two Harbors, Minn. WHITE ROCK BAY FISH COMPANY Box 271 Two Harbors, Minn. C. J. tiehartfer, Hem Bolken, Araegard J. J. Srholz, Rauh Slope Auto Co.. New Salem Stflrbnck Oil .Service, Wanhbnrn fi. Snennlnp, Yitrnrr 0. H. Time Son. Stanton Oeo. Tormnschr, Gladstone 0. S. Axlen, Carson J. Bnrretb, Zealand Oeo. Baners, Glen Ullln F. W. Banman, Wlshek John A. Beal, Klntyre Borr BrosM Stmbnifr Bowman Hdw. Co., Bowman Brown Brown, Shields Center Motor Center Chrysler flange, Belfleld Conpland Motor Benlah Dledrlrh Serrlce Garage, Hebron Ebeitoft Pnnn Center Economy Store, Steele J. BK Field, Zap John P. Frnntx, Regent Goebel Kranse, Lehr Harrison Hardware Co., Sew Eng- land Hnzelton Itadlo Shop, Haielton Motor Co., Symeston yfm. Jolinsont Donglag Kurcuer Tire Store, Jonestown Knlm Anto Kulm Rlchardtom M. J. Madlgan; Underwood Max Motor Sales, Max Medina Motor Medina A'. Mosher Oarage, Mott The Music Shop, Mandan Sanoleon Hardware Jfapoleon Srw Lelpilg Electric Jfew Leipzig Njoti fnglle, Farshall 8. T. Parte. Sterling- W. E. Petrle Linton Ward Pomeroy. Clereland R. T. Reed. Fort Tffltes J. G. Bitter, Wlshek Bode Motor Co., Ryder Srhnlc A George, Ashley Serrlce Tire Mlnot glonx Motor Co, Solen Albert Skaley, Mercer Mrs. E. Turk. Glen IJlUn Wasem Hardware HalUday W. H. Wegner, Anter A. J. Weidman. Tentarla Wolf Garage. Fredonla Wafeck Wabek Watson A Son. MrKenile Wilton Motor Wilton Wing Merc. Wing MO'TAJfA DEALERS Talley Garage, Sarage Bergnn Motor Miles City Inland Motor Co., Circle Frank Kampschror, Bloomfleld Hotor Inn, Wlbanx SOUTH .DAKOTA DEALER Herreld into Herreld TEMPLE, INC. 1925 8. Wtttera iimimiimiiimimmiiiiiinmmimiii   

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