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Havre Hill County Journal (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, Havre, Montana Page Ivo the Hile county sunday journal sunday morning february 25, 1940hul county news from Ohr sunday journal correspondents Cotton w Ood l Quot Quot Quot a Frank Horeish and or. And mrs. T i Carl Sorenson were dinner guests i a thursday of or. And mrs. Ralph Johnson. Fresno or. And mrs. Re Sapp visited the following families were at the Home of or. And mrs. K. Mrs. J. T. Laughnan entertain see Ilavere doing their weekly Draeger thursday afternoon. A it supper Friday for her son Sho Ping. Mrs d Tilman and or. And mrs. Henry Peterson Woodrow who was celebrating gon and r9 Harvey Hailey visited at the Home of Ira mud tenth birthday Ammer is Lundsford. Or. And mrs. F. Del thursday. Sary. Guests were Robert drum l Thomas. Mrs. Bert Inman jr., Keith Ruzzell visit d school Auli Laire Sohm w to was fifteen am Bert Inman or. Wednesday. It a a i it re old i inlay. William a it Frank Lammerding or. And mrs. Ira Mundel and visitors Friday at the Home and or and mrs. We. Gilead. Eleanor visited at the Curtis of mrs. Paul Coiler were mrs. Bert Inman. Jr., left one Day Ruzzell Home wednesday. We. Mcmillan. Mrs e. M. Alii last week for a visit it Points Ernie Macdonald and Robert son and mrs. Chaa. Petrie. Oregon. Thompson shopped Havre wed miss Irene Kurtz returned sat mrs. C. E. Williams and Chil no Alday. Inlay to Mudford after Al siting Dren spent the weekend at their Henry and Gerald Johnson Here at the Home of her sister farm Home. Went to Havre wednesday. Or. And mrs. C. J. Buzzeli and family visited at the Ira Mundel Home sunday. Mrs. Martin Larson left thursday for Osseo. Wisconsin called there by the serious illness of her father. Herb widegren and Otto Petrie were Havre tuesday. Mamie carding and son were Havre tuesday. George Smith was among the shoppers Havre tuesday. Mrs. Paul Coiler. Greenman Coulee Jay Buzzeli spent the past Friday week Havre visiting friends Alex Mcintosh and son Robert and relatives. And Frank Nelson were Havre mrs. C. C. Springer and str visitors thursday calling at the Ruel motored to Havre wed Joe Solnicka Home their re Day to visit Bessie who has been turn. the Hospital for the last month Alex Flett transacted Busine with pneumonia. the county scat during Tim or. And mrs. Curtis Buzzeli we a Kend. And family were Havre shop a l Arntzen called at the the loads this Community Are blocked most of the time the Days due to the recent a w the f fell. Or. And mrs. Win. Gilead and i Bikini were visitors at the i Lewis Witt Home thursday. J mrs. Howard Robinson and _ ,. Daughter Bernice Aud infant Bara liner Peterson spent a turned to their Hong it weekend Havre with his Fain frcsn0 wednesday. Frank Sohm and sons of Pete moronic accompanied by Kremlin spent the weekend at the George Linico motored to have former a parents South of Fresno or. Aud mrs. Joe Sohm. Or. Mrs. and or. Murky motored to Havre wednesday attend a Farmers Union meet Tiu held that afternoon. Box elder Ping and visiting last saturday few Days have again blocked the roads for travel. George Janzen Home monday. _. Johnson visited at the the Snow and blizzard the past Hom it of ,. Arnoll it. >a., week. John Mcintosh visited at Osea Sundberg s saturday. Danny surean called at the Carl Arntzen Home during the week. Kimball reason and mrs. Win. Kremlin mrs. Ralph Howser has gone Gillespie visited with Osea Sund to Watford City. X. Dak., called Berg wednesday there by the serious illness of Oliver Corder and Bill Bracker Mother. Kow made a trip to Havre u de Donnel Kohl was Host to Sev mesday. Eral of his friends Friday even or. And mrs. Ingvar Tonjum or. And mrs. Jesse Blaker left this week for bore. N Dak they accompanied their daughter to her Home. G. P. Colligan and h. Vav Bailey left last week for Havre where they will he custody of the Federal government for several months. Or. And mrs. Ira tester left last week for Fairbanks. Alaska. Where they will reside. Mrs. Teeter was the former Dorothy Towe of this Community. Paul Draeger. Who was pm employed the Gamble store. Or. Charles Houtz called at the school House tuesday and gave physical examinations to the basketball boys. Or. And mrs. L. J. Youse will leave very soon to take up their abode at Havre. They have been residents of this Community for about the past nine years. Mrs. B. E. Bates and children of Poplar Are Here a visit at the parental Fred Weber Home. All teachers namely Harold Selvig miss Alfreda Cox. Miss Lott a Nelson. Miss Jane Fetter than. Miss Rethyl Cline and miss Ruby Ross attended the m. E. A. Meeting Havre monday evening mrs. Frank Balough entertained at her Home thursday afternoon at a Farewell party Given Iii Honor of mrs. Lee Taylor. Guests present were mrs. John grass. Mrs. Lida Urquhart. Mrs. Fred Schmidt. Mrs. H. E. Mcneilly and the guest of Honor mrs. Be Taylor. The afternoon was spent visiting and a delicious lunch was served by Tho hostess mrs. Frank Balough. Basketball scores for the games played Here Friday night Are Box hider girls town team d. Rocky boy girls team 6, Box elder boys 33, Rocky boy boys a a Tho dance which was Given Here saturday night at the gym by the High school proved to be quite successful. It was quite Well enjoyed by most people. The basketball boys Are at Tendance at the District basketball tournament this week. Petersville news Kimpson ins at supper the occasion being visited with or. And mrs. Vern Lam d . Lift i. Bis 12th birthday anniversary Gillespie tuesday. Quot of a unloved a the butt Rev guests were Lloyd Laughnan. Jim Mcclellan and Osea bund la employed the Butrej Tore. My Ruth Moore arrived Lur. Guests were Lloyd Laughnan. Gerald Kezar and Jack Staples. Berg were sunday visitors at the miss Arlie Grannel spent the Home of Ingvar Tonjum. Weekend Havre. Or. And mrs. John Sedky a k of a Quot a a a my we a url. . Casper Stenwick visited Rte i ted at the we. Gillespie Home a a it her Tisnor. Is. Thursday with mrs. Frank Bard sunday. a a a Una . Or. And mrs. A. Flett and mrs. L. Keene was Morris Berg hag retained from daughter were callers the a l�?T1, a ?.n a Oregon where he had been for Community tuesday. A group a Al end i m several weeks mrs. We. Gillespie visited a Home to celebrate her birthday or. And mrs. Ted Swanson the Bronson and Janzen Horn Unni or it Ary from Pacific Junction. Mrs. During the week. David Thompson left this week for Sweet grass where he will be or. And mrs Ole Berg were Havre shoppers saturday. Or. And mrs Leo Morse and Daniel Morse were Havre shippers and visitors. Dinner guests at the moral Home sunday were or and mrs. Olaf Lund and son Iver or. And mrs. I. Nagelhus and son Orville. Or. And mrs Ole Brg. Or and mrs Leo Morse and Al Shaffer. Or. And mrs. Albert Gretsk were visitors at the Loo Morse Home monday George Smith was at Simpson thursday. Andy to tend was a visitor at the Smith Home saturday. Commercial printing at the daily news. Adv j. A. Baker Miller school teacher spent a few Days Havre returning with Tho mail Man monday. The people of this Vicinity extend their sympathy to or. Mal Sam the loss of his son last week. Mrs. C. E. Jones was a recent visitor at the 1. A Stallcop Home. Mrs. Grace l. Campbell of Cut Bank visited it the s. H. Fred i Rekson and h. P. Stallcop Homes last week. William Stallcop of Cut Bank has been visiting at the c. E. Jones ranch. I Inverness a a. I ii urn rent and Freda Ruth by i began school again monday after returning last week from extended visit with relatives the Lut Hoarn and Eastern states. Mrs. Julius rocks spent last thursday with mrs. Stewart Zentzis or. And mrs. Laverne Conners and children of Rudyard spent saturday afternoon at the Bernard Ken fluid Home. Or. And sirs. Vie Frieberg and children motored to Havre saturday the new store is no women for business under the ownership of Morris Ewald. The women a Home demonstration club and Bra held a card party at the school House thursday evening. A Nice crowd attended. Or. And mrs. Glen Alex Are the proud parents of a baby boy born february at a Havre Hospital Betty holier celebrated her fifth birthday tuesday by a party for a few Small friends. Those present were Delores Mangold Hay Lee Heck Dale went Laud. Mrs Joe Mangold. Mrs. C. Went ii ind. Mrs. Frank Heck and mrs. Heck or. Obert Sanvik a a business caller Inverness thursday. Or. And mrs. C. L. Mccann and children and or and mrs. Arnold Mccann and children were very pleasantly entertained at the Emery Adams Home wednesday sex. Knitig the occasion being mrs. Arnold Mccanns birthday Olive Kenfield and Genevieve bancs were weekend visitor Iii Joplin. Miss a been Woods is assisting Miranda Nelson with the work til hot lunch project. Quite a number attended the crop insurance meeting at Rudyard wednesday. Mrs. Arnold Mccann was pleasantly surprised with a birthday party by a number of ladies gathering at her Home wednesday afternoon. Those present were mesdames Steve Mccann. L. Mccann Ben Wilmes j. Siemens. J. Hamill j. Adams j. C. Jean sen Emery Adams and the Honor guest. Mrs. A. Mccann. Lester Vincent spent the week end Havre with his wife. Or. And mrs. Otto Moog and daughter Alice were business callers Chester and Joplin monday. I Gildford news i r i Hingham l gust svelte made a business i trip to fort Benton monday. The Hingham Fra boys entertained their dads Al a banquet held the Home economic room sunday night. County Agen Ben Daggett was present and addressed the meeting. Mrs. Rodney spit her anti ii Faut son returned Home tuesday from a Havre Hospital. Mrs. And mrs. Charles Spiche of the North country Welt Iii town tuesday. Til birthday party Given a the m. We a. Hall of tuesday night Iii Honor of Joules Mckuy. J Joe Krait Aud Al putrid a very much enjoyed by All present. A us Ber of folks took la advantage of examining tin Heau Tiff quilts Aud tugs that were display at the Home of mrs Dun Lief. A Large crowd gathered at the Hingham lutheran Chun h monday evening for a Surprise party Ltd a Al pet Rick. A pot Luck Tipp a a was served after which a Short program was Given by the Sun Day school pupils. Al was present cd with a gift As a Token of loyalty and service to the Chun ii or. Aud mrs. A burkha i.-, Meyer spent several Days great fails visiting at the Home of their daughter mrs. Joe Hauser and family Aiah Jones made a Busine is Triin to fort Benton monday. L be the classified column to Quick results. Daily news id. Miss Dorothy Gillett spent Hie weekend Iii Havre Ai i lie Home of miss Donna Mcmillan. Mrs. Ii. F. Is b wart or. Returned Home tuesday morning from extended visit California Washington Aud i it the Gildford Independent basketball team again Defeated the Kremlin wolves Quot till a score of 2s to to. A few i lends of car Penn Well gathered at the a. E. Piini Well Home saturday night to help Carl a Lei irate Ilia birthday. Cards wore played Aud no enjoyable time was had by All present. Or. And mrs. Robert Schwartz Are the proud parents of a baby boy born i vib. . The baby was named Robert David. Miss Evelyn Curfman who i attending amp Havre spent Tho weekend at Horn with Hopa rents mrs m Anderson is receiving treatments for has bet to ill weeks. Mrs George Day morning them by tin or. And re Uniat ism health for a Foster left tin for Iowa Call death of her Moi to mrs. Ole platen i a1 out Havre were Gud Tord callers to Quot Day. Morris j Gummer a taken to a Havre Hospital tuesday night suffering tron acute rheumatism at this v. Riling he is much roved Ami expected Home soon Goc Ker Al j Spring news a Mem Julius bocks spent saturday with his family town. Kenneth and Dudley Hun were i Veim s callers saturday. Mrs. Joe Mangold Aud Delores called at Iii Kenneth Boucher Home saturday afternoon. Alfred Thun and family spent saturday Havre. Thurman Mansfield went up North to visit friends after pending the Winter at the Alfred Rath Uii Horn looking alter Tim Stock. John rocks Wras a business caller town Friday. Irene and Agues Hettinger spent to weekend at the Jensen Home. Mrs Fred Lincoln. Lottie Adelaide Aud Charles spent last weekend Tho farm. They Are staving Havre to attend achoo mrs Jake Siemens and Dorothy a visiting at the John Hamill Home Fop a few weeks. Mrs. Jensen spent wednesday it the Ai hold Mccann Horn. Dorothea and Dickie Hun have a Iii oiled school again after extended Chil with relatives. Bobby Hinkle is staying at the Jake Sinisi a s Home assisting with the work Typ. Whitep ribbons ail kind. La by news adv tractor special one Mccormick Deering k to. Completely rebuilt with new 13.50x32 Firestone rear tires and 7.50x20 front tires. Priced to sell Havre Ftp leftist watches Washington or. L s. Rowe director Gene Rcd pan american Union with Harry w. Frant Arthur f. Degreve with senator Burton k. Wheeler f Wool majority Leader Aiken Barkley with Ronald g. Van Tine Secretary of state Cordell Hull with Hobart Monte assistant Secretary of War Louis Johnson with George Mack Johnson s. E. C. Chairman Jerome Frank with Sander s. Klein president Roosevelt with Thomas f. Reynolds speaker William b. Bankhead with John r. Beal this Campaign year America watches Washington for news of neutrality. Reciprocal Trade. Third term. National defense. Taxes. G. 0. P. A any Campaign year is a test of strength and stability for Washington correspondents. This year the crash of swiftly moving events abroad gives these reporters writers and editors even greater responsibilities. To the task ahead the Washington staff of the United press brings unexcelled record of experience and a determination to uphold its tradition of telling the news accurately swiftly clearly without Bias. Lyle c. Wilson. Washington manager Julius Frandsen. Day Bureau manager Harry w. Sharpe night Bureau manager90s to a vice president gamer with Allen c. Dibble congressmen sol Bloom with Russell Turner Fred o. Bailey with Secretary of agriculture Henry a. Wallace.l.r.b. Chairman j. Warren Madden with William h. Lawrence Secretary of state Cordell Hull with Carroll Kenworthy Ruby Black with mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt assistant Secretary of state a. A. Berle or. With Gerard Robichaud follow every move of official Washington through the dispatches of these skilled United press reporters inthe Havre daily news amp sunday journal

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