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Thursday, February 11, 1932 TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR, ROLLA, N. DAK. PAGE The infant daughter of .Mr. Mrs. E. M. Holstad spent Wed- -  ,! Mrs. ,Vm. Holum was quite ill nesday with Mrs. John ttolstad. mltvumttmntmzmmmmml week. Tbey feared pneumonia Mr. and Mrs. John Lagerquist Jr. Put Many New Books O freshments were served by the hoe- called Dr. Barnes out. The case n . - . and Harold Kelly spent Sunday eve- r  I- To ,-, , I tess. only a bad cold and tile child is do- ning with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stme. LUi}I]C L, lDrary eves Elmer Holum was a business call- ing well now. Mrs. S. R. Cook and Mrs. C. Han- We are pleased to announce thatler in Rolla Monday. Clyde Sager was an earl)- caller deland visited with Mrs. Tom Kirk- we have just added a splendid new: Five or six magazines for )nly 25c in St. John last Friday. wold Monday. list of state library books to our or 50c more than the regular sub- shelves. Many interesting books for scription price to the star. A sen- ur juvenile readers are also on the :.ational subscription value. Good tist. We are glad to see so many o.,, renewals as well as new subscrip- of the first and second grade chil-ltioas. Turn to special offers in an- dren taking interest in books. Each,other advertisement and choose the library day finds a greater number rf I club you want. No strings attached patrons. On Wednesday, Feb. 3. 70 to this offer. Open to everybody. books were loaned to readers. Four Send in your coupon today. If your new pay shelf books are on hand. They are as follows: "If I Veers King," McCarthy; " Broad Highway," Farnold: "Seats of the Mighty," Parker: "Cabbages and Kings," O. Henry. The state library books are as fol- !ows: "'Frontiersman.'" Bindloss: "'Canada," Carpenter: "Death Comes To the Archbishop," Cather: "Wan- dering Monday," Chevalier; "Sun and Saddle Leather," Clark; "Mak- ing An Orchestra," Commins: "Indi- ans In the Winter Camp," Deming; "Puppet Plays," Everson: "Hard Times and the Way Out," Ely; "Ad- venture," Forbes; Snippy and Snap- py," Gag; "Famous Songs," Geller; "Ambrose Holt," Glaspell; "Heroine of the Prairies," Hargreaves; "'Sing- ing Sword," Hyde; "Emil and the Detective." Kastner; "Blacksmith of Vllno," Kelly; "Miss Jimmy Deans," Knox; "Great Moments In Free- dom," Lansing; "Shorn Lamb," Locke; "Practical Water Color Sket- ching," Lutz; "'Tales of Rod and Gun," McGuire; "Indian Drum," Mc- Harg; "Third Reader; Real Life Series." Martin; "Red Horse till." Meader; "Painted Pig," Morrow; "'Stardust," Murray; "Fear," Oliver. "'Red Like Crimson," Paradine; "'Gypsy Caravan," Pease; "Bird of Freedom," Pendexter; "Woman Rice Planter," Pringle; "Rowforest," Pryde; "Swallows and Amazons," Ransoms; "The Pooch," Santee; "'Story of the Little White Teddy Bear," Sherrtll; "FootlightS and Spotlights," Skinner; "Children and Older People,'" Suckow; "Distant Princess," t'Serstevens; 'Tortitude," Walpole; "All, the Camel," Wells; "'New and Revised Outline of Hi tory," Wells; "ry  Ports," WhR- ney; "Hunky," Wllliamson; "In Krusack's House," Williamson; "Brenda Stays At Iome," Ashmun. "Sailing Tub," Baker; "CampCon- queror," Bennett; "Three Gates,'" Brown; "'Children of the Wigwam,'" Chase; "Cat and the Captain," Coats- worth; "Girl Who Sat By the Ash- es," Colum; "'Mrs. Chatterbox and Her Family," Connolly; "Turned- About Girls," Dlx; "Pocket Hand- kerchief Pnrk,: Field: Mario's Cas- tle, Forbes; ' Kit, IKat and A Few Boys," Gilchrist; "Jack Among the Indians," Grinnell; "Stories for Chil- dren," Lane: "Sandy Flash," Lyle; "'Christopher Robin" reader, Milne; "'Story of Hiawatha," Norris; "Three Little Kittens," Pratt-Chadwick; "Boy of the Old French West," Rob- ins; "Talkative Table," Sherman; "'Tiger Who Walks Alone," Skinner; "'Story of the Three Bears," Skin- neighbor is not taking the Star tell him about this biggest bargain we have ever offered 23-24 D. M. Smith moved his family from Rolls to St. John Sunday. They are occupying J. S. Carey's rooms over his store. Myrtle Hall and Catherine Byrne were Rolla callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. Williams left for Devils Lake Tuesday morning re- turning the same day. * $ ,School Mail Box ] Jeanette DeRoches, Jeanette Tru- dell and Leona Pearson visited high school Tuesday afternoon. The gane between Perth and St. John was cancelled last Friday on 'account of the bad roads. Next Fri- day the high school team goes to Rolla. This will be the last game before the county tournament. Ernest DesRoches visited school Monday afternoon, and entertained the boys by his fast typewriting. : The senior class held a meeting to decide the type of play to give " this semester. Miss Coghlan tells us that the de- pression in singing is over for the voices have all come back to normal. Seventh and Eighth Grades Leah and Jeanette made an attrac- tive valentine box for onr room. The color scheme that they used was red and white. The eighth grade literature class studied "'Chambered Nautilus," by Oliver Wendell Holmes. Clara brought some sea shells to school and we listened to their music. We are devoting our music period to singing patriocttc songs this month. We are studlng equations In the eighth grade arithmetic. Leah says she likes them a lot. The seventh grade grammar class wrote descriptions this week. Elaine wrote a dandy one of a storm on the sea. Ernest DesRoches was a visitor in our room Monday afternoon. Fifth and Sixth Grades We drew pictures of airplanes Thursday February 4 because it was Lindberg's 30th birthday. The sixth grade received Roman histor>:/before studying the poem, "Hius'. "those who received the highest marks in spelling-last wee] are: her; "Four Cousins." Zwilgmeyer. Rosaline, Emery, Pauline, Thelma, Re-Elect Officers i Margle Mae, Stephen, Gilliam, Jo- At the annual meeting of the seph and Irene. Catholic Ladies' Aid, held recently Pauline Vegmiller brought a story for the purpose of electing offleers] t school about Abraham Lincoln for the next year, the former officers I called, "Gifts from Kentucky." We were re-elected as follows: Mrs. I liked the story very much. George Vandal, president; Mrs. Eu- gene Couture, vice president; and Mrs. Russell Shaver, secretary and treasurer. Other St. John News Mrs. C. F. Wegmiller entertained the All Nations Bridge club at her home Tuesday evening. Three tables were in play. A dainty lunch was served by the hostes Mrs. Rolfe Hesketh ad Lois Hes- keth will entertain the Legion Aux- iliary at Mrs. Hesketh's home Wed- nesday evening. Rolfe Hesketh and Wm. Coghlan were at Rolla Tuesday evening to at- tend the Red Cross meeting. P. LeBeau and Win. Pearson were Rolla callers Tuesday. Kenneth Lateen Is spending a few days at the C. M. Bryant farm. Mrs. R. N. Shaver and Mrs. Ella Roman left Tday morning to visit relatives at Austin, Minn.. for a couple of weeks. John Nufeld and H. M. Epps of Lena, Man., wre visltors at the A. B. Langenfelt home Monday. John Wells and son Neff, and Har- Second Grade We are busy preparing our party for the third and fourth grade. We want to keep them interested. Katherine and .Eleanor brought pretty colored paper for valentines. Mr. Postman would probably be sick Valentine's day if he peeped into our rooms during the week. We found out the "'Boy Scout" movement began in February 22 years ago. We are more anxious than ever to get our troops in action. PICTON The teachers of the Picton school entertained all of the neighbor- hood Friday evening. A sociable I time was had by young and old. i Games and contests were held in the low'or rooms and progressive whist in the high school room. LunCh" was served at midnight and dancing followed. Music was fur- nished by Fred Wadman, Mrs. W. I K. Gordon and Jessie McDougall. Oscar Undeberg pleased all by his A surprise party was held at Mrs. DeMers' home last Saturday night in honor of Arthur's birthday. Paul. Sigurd and Melvin Amund- sen and two Singer boys surprised the Oscar Krook household by drop- ping in tor breakfast Sunday morn- Leonard Kavlie of Bottineau coun- ty spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harry McDermott. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Foss and James Wicks were Friday evening dinner guests at the Kirkwold home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kavlie vis- inv. They had starled from the De- ited with Mr. and Mrs. O. BruhJell Mers home at 4 a. m., lost their way, Tuesday. They were accompanied traveling from one lake to another, home hy Mrs. BruhJell who will and as Paul said, "Some as big as spend a few days there. the ocean." Paul says he is going out on a trip on his skits next and explore this country. Lucky thing it was not very cold as they might have suffered severe hardships. Lepta Sager and Ruby Krook spent the weekend at their homes. Warren Sager tok them back to school Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Krook and Ruby called on Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McAleer last Sunday evening. Mrs. McAleer was somewhat under the weather last week, hut is feeling better at this writing. Hans Strand was a caller in St. John Friday. Rune Llndberg and Hans Strand called at the Charles Reische and Oscar Krook homes last Thursday. Victor Rudin was a shopper in St. John Wednesday. Mr. Dawson and son. and Earl Krook were Rolla callers last Thurs- day. They went by car. hey re- ported the roads in pretty bad shape until they got out of the hills. Buster Dawson, who attends high Ellen and Evelyn Striker who Lave been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith. returned home Monday. Bernice Sims is very ill with yel- low jaundice. Mrs. William Olson and Mrs. Gil- bert Medlang attended the Ladies' Aid at the home of Mrs. P. W. Mc- Dermott, Wednesday.. Norma Handeland is visiting with Mrs. C. Handeland this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bishop help- ed dress turkeys at Kirkwoids Sat- urday. Mrs. Martin Foss spent last week with Mrs. John Sime. canning meat. Harold Bruhjell hauled hay from Leonard Kavlie's Friday. H. J. Semling and Adolph Hanson were dinner guests at the Kirkwold home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Foes were Dunseith visitors Friday. Charles 'lcks was a Dunseith vis- itor Friday. Mrs. Leslie Sims and Mrs. G. Kelly Were callers at Kirkwolds Monday. school in Rolla spent the weekend at i Mrs. Martin Foss and son Bernard home with his parents. were callers at Ruby, Axel and Edel Krook spent _ Peter Carlson's Sat- Saturday evening visiting Mr. and ur-aY'old- lr " Mrs. Win. Holum.  ria el'ly and Harry Brennan were callers at Sunday and Monday we had a real ] Kirkwolds" Sunday. i Charles Wicks was a caller at the North Dakota blizzard, filling up the Robert Lamb home Sunday. roads all over again. l Last Thursday, while chopping , , wood. Harry Breun cut a deep gash I CARPENTER l in his knee. Mr. and Mrs. John Holstad enter- * -* rained at 6 o'clock dinner Sunday, Monroe Wright, Dale and Chester Mr. and Mrs. Harry McDermott and Wilson spent Tuesday evening with family. Oscar Abrahamson and Kenneth Gre- gory. Levi Burkholder called at Car- penter Wednesday and Thursday. Monroe Wright and Levi Burk- holder were callers at the Oscar Abrahamson home and Nerpel home Thursday evening. Vivian Wilson was a caller at the Gregory home Thursday evening. Jay Gregory and Levi Burkholder were callers at the John Abraham- son home Thursday. Kenneth Gregory is helping Oscar Abrahamson to get out logs for lum- ber. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gregory and Esther Rice transacted business in Dunseith Wednesday. Levi Burkllder was a dinner and supper guesV at the J. W. Wilson home Saturday. Mrs. Esther Rice is spending a few Mrs. Reba Reindahl and Ulysses Thomason made a business trip to Dunseith Tuesday. Anna McDermott was a caller at the Kirkwold home Sunday. Edna Lagerquist was a business caller at" Kelvin Saturday. E. D. Striker was a Dnnsetth vis- itor Tuesday. Henry Olson transacted business at Kelvin Saturday. Willie Hlatt. Johnny Langer and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Solomonson visited with Mr. and Mrs. Herman House Saturday evening. t BEAVER DAM [ The Relndahl Ladies" Aid met at the home of Mrs. Nellie McDermott. 'ednesday afternoon. Feb. 3. A days in St. John with friends, large crowd attended. Roy. Nelson Annie Nerpel spent the weekend lead the devotional. He gave a very ...... interesting talk on the first Ladies at her home near uarpenter. ] ........... ' ........... ,,__ .la tounaea in orway It was at ev] urKnoluer calleo at tm- _ ..... .... tenaeo oy onty three ladies who dis- peter ::Ur:Yolvin and son Billie cussed future plans as they worked "- - " ....... . ..... l at their spinning wheels From that were unuay callers at tne u']small " -" .... ": .... and Wilson homes. ! oegmmng the aules' Aia nas Oscar Abrahamson and Monroe Wright were Sunday callers at the Nerpel home. Mr. and Mrs. Foss, Mr. and Mrs. Nerpel and Monroe Wright were visitors at the Abrahamson home Sunday. Monroe Wright was an overnight guest at Oscar Abrahamson's Satur- day night. Jacob, Annie and Hannah Net- psi, Levi Burkholder and Monroe Wright were Sunday visitors at the Gregory home. Dale and Vivian Wilson were callers at the Brekke home Sunday. Monroe Wright and Levi Burk- holder were callers at the Nerpel home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pilloud were callers at Carpenter Saturday eve- ning. Monroe Wright was an overnight guest t the Colvin home Friday night. Levi Burkholder, who has been working at the Colvin farm this win- ter expects to leave for his home at Rock Lake the first of new week. Mr. and Mrs. Feldner and Robert, grown. Rev. Nelson also enjoined us to remember the Giver of all our gifts and to be thankful for our blessings. Two songs were sung by the group, after which lunch was served. The collection amounted to $9.00. Miss Florence Wright, Henry Berg and Otis Rude were Dunseith call- ers Saturday. The Men's chorus met at the home of Mrs. B. Johnson Wednesday eve- ning. Harold Amundsen was a visitor at the hom of Arthur and Otis Rude Saturday. Mrs. Hannah Rude has been on the sick list but is much improved. The string band met at the home of Clarence Bye Saturday evening. Helga Haagenson called on Maude McDermott Tuesday evening. Alfred Hagen was an overnight guest at the Pete Wenstad home on Wednesday. Melvin and Ruth Larshus and Lawrence Frederickson were callers at the home of Mrs. Hannah Rude Sunday, Jan. 31. Ennis and Delma Stickland were callers at the John Nelson home on Belcourt Consolidated School SCHOOL MASTER' CLUB TO MEET HERE ON SATURDAY The Turtle Mountain School Mas- ters' club will hold a meeting Satur- day, Feb. 13, in the teachers" uar- ters of the Belcourt consolidated school at 6 p. m. After the business of the regular meeting. J. Arthur Anderson, super- intendent of Indian schools in the Turtle Mountain-Fort Totten area will speak on "The Selection of School Texts." "'Reading in the Intermediate grades" will be the topic discussed by Miss Ions Goldsmith of the Rolla teaching staff. C. H. Asbury, who is tr charge of the Turtle Mountain agency will address the group on a subject not yet announced. A musical program will follow dinner, and Elbert Hubbell will ren- der vocal selections. Jacob Levy will play tie violin, while Mrs. John Kirby will sing. All are to be ac- companied by Mrs. J. Arthur Ander- son. CAMP FIRE GIRI GROUP FORMED AT AGENCY SCHOL Eighteen girls over 12 years of age gathered in the school room of Miss Hilda Gustafson last Tuesday eve- ning to organize a Camp Fire Girls group. Miss Gustafson brings to such an organization a wealth of per- sonal experience and training. The meeting dealt merely with the problems of organization of the class and what is expected of each one. Assisting: In the process of organiz- ation was Miss Doris Fisher, of the consolidated school faculty, who has been active in Camp Fire Girls work in the past In this region. All girls are invited to join the group. At the present time meetings are arranged as follows: Camp Fire girls over 12 meet on the first and third Tuesday of the month; Blue Bird girls under 12 meet on the sec- ond and Fourth Tuesday. Girls interested should confer with Miss Gustafson as soon as pos- sible. CHOOL TO EXHIBIT MOTION PICTURES TWICE EACH WEEK The Beicourt consolidated day school has made plans to run a mo- tion picture each Monday night and every Tuesday afternoon in the school auditorium. Once each month a feature pic- ture will be shown for which a slight charge will be made. This program will be followed by three others, two based on health subjects and one dealing with agriculture. The three educational pictures will be free to all. It is hoped that the charge for the feature will pay the expenses at- tached to the free pictures. Arrangements are being made for the showing of all pictures for the school children free of charge on the Tuesday following the evening show. ALL OF" S(THOOL SEFq PliYIYRE "UNDERVATER PCHVAYS" "Underwater Speechways,'" a talk- ing plctdre depicting the laying of subwater telephone cables wasshown at the Belcourt consolidated school before all pupils, Tuesday, Feb. 2. The showing of this educational film was made possible by ,the North- western Bell Telephone company, who loaned the film to the school. It is hoped that other educational films will be forthcoming from the various mnufacturing plants and industries of the country. Tuesday's offering showed cable work on both the Atlantic and Pacific seaboards and gave the pupils of the school an insight into the work In- volved in laying telephone lines be- neath the surface of the water. There were some shots of the Mis- slssippi flood which was fought via telephone. This proved most inter- esting, according to the youngsters. SPECIAL ART ($8 OED ATURDAY BY MISS COFFMAN A special art class for those pupils showing outstanding ability was or- ganized last Saturday morning by Miss Carey Coffman of the school faculty. A large group of youngsters were present and the day was spent in routine matters and setting forth the purpose and aim of the class. Miss Coffman hopes by means of this class to take ears of those pupils who have a penchant for art and who will profit by instruction. She plans a regular course in form. col- or and composition and will deal j 00ew00o, i CHIP-A-WAY Even00 and People room of Mr. Lavine. There is no dager of the dogs and cats fightt and the horses and cows knocking over the furniture, however. For all these are made from soap. carving blocks of soap into es of different sorts. Each child has been equipped with a jackknife and a cake of washing soap, and allowed to follow his.own inclinations. The carvings are on exhibtt to all interested. EDITORIAL With the activity in the school library it is only natural that we should stop basketball, dod|l and other games and think of the value of books. With our fine library of good books, all of our stunts should be interested in worth while reading material. Books are friends to travel with through their pages we may visit the outmost ends of the earth, run with explorers over the ice-pack, shoot colorful birds in darkest Africa. We need stray no further than our own table and yet may search for tr ure with pirates: climb mountains, riched America. When the library is opened for more general use than it is now, use it. For out of th pages of books will come more knowledge, more en- Joyment and more happiness than out of all other schoolday pleasur put together. MARIE DAHLSTROM IR WRITING CONT  The eighth grade of the consoli- dated school at Belcourt has been conducting a letter writing contest written and entered in the comPeti- tion were letters of application for office work addressed to Principal J. B. Mortsolf of the school. The writers ofthe letters had to state their qualifications and give references as in a regular busine letter applying for a position. Prin, cipal Mortolf was the Judge of the contest. The prise offered was a chance to learn how to run the mimeograph machine of the school and assist In general office work several Periods a week. Notes F3m the Grade Miss Fisher's first grade has cut out and colored a scene depicting a meeting of Washington and a group of Indians. The first graders in Miss Grum;,s L class are building up a book illus- trating children in every land. clean-up committee, Irene Wilkie, Helen Keplin; quiet committee, Pat Langer, Emma Brunelle; door com- mittee. Louis Malaterre. girls in Miss Gustafson's room. Miss Cohen's youngsters have made a log cabin out of soap. Miss Coffman's class has set up a loom and is weaving. The fifth grade under Mr. Levy has drawn a map showing the com- plete story of a cup of coffee. The sixth and seventh grades a reporting on special topics related to either geography or history. The eighth grade has drawn a chart showing the curve of attend- ance thus far during the school year. nected with the A native North Fisher. teacher of one grades at the Belcour day school. carries into I graders, an problems that onl in this environment could ha. Not only has Miss F/her the:di tinction of being but her education has in this locale as well. graduated from the Rolette, she went to Uni- old Wegmiller were callers in Rolla Tuesday. Frank LaBerge, John Wells, M. B. Chase, Nets Tingelsted and Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Lassonde attended the Rolette County l'axpayers associa- tion at Rolls Saturday. Mrs. F. W. Lewis was a caller in Rolls Saturday. Miss Dixon and Miss Lutovsky were Rolls callers Saturday. Annette LeBeau of Devils Lake returned home W'ednesday evening on account of poor health. Lorna Coghlan was a business call- er In Rolls Saturday. Ms. Wm. Thompson entertained the G. B. T. Bridge club at her home Tuesday evening. TWO tables were at play. A dainty lunch was served by the he, tees. Arthur Bureau was a Rolls call- er Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meuwissen and Mrs. Jane Shaver of Rolls were Vlitor at Mr. reed Mrs. George Ho keth's home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Faust entertained at a bridge party Saturday evening at their home. Two tables were in Play. Mrs. Kroeher received high core. A dainty refreshment was served by the hostess. Frank Fritzharris of Rolla was a business caller in town Saturday. George Hesketh and son Harry were business callers in Rolla Sat- nrday. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Bowers en- tertained at a bridge party at their home Sunday evening. Three tables Larson high score for the men. Re- singing and guitar music. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Wadman and son Fred were guests at the Mc- Dougall home Wednesday evening. On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson, Mrs. H. Hoerer and Mrs. McDougall assisted the teachers in weighing and measuring the pupils, Except for a few all were up to the standard. George O'Donnall motored to RoN la Thursday and was accompanied home by Mrs. George O'Donnell and baby who had been visiting relatives in Rol|a the past week. MisS Alice O'Dnnell went to Dev- ils Lake Saturday for a few day's visit with her sister, Miss Loretta O'Dennell. James Bush visited with his par- ents near Rolla Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Aubrey and Mr. and Mrs. Mctee were Sunday guests at the A. Galloway home. Fred Galloway is on the sick list and was unable to return to school Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Herrala and Otto Tuenge were Sunday guests at the McDougall home. The Rassakka children were ab- sent from school last week due to illness. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hoerer and sons were guests at the Oscar Peterson home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jodoin vis- ited the home of J. OueHette Satur- day and Sunday. More reports are coming In re- gard to pheasants. Ed Lentz has some that came out of the coulee to his barnyard. Milton Peterson found one at a barley stack Monday. Clara and Velma Graybill were via- Saturday afternoon," Jan. 30. with several mediums. iters at the Henry Dietrich home Olga Nelson was a visitor a - -h  All pupils who are wlthin walking Sunday. [H. Amundsen home Frida t t  distance of the school are invited tot Stella Schroeder is spending a few  Iver Larson was  h,,]:'o oWo, I oin the class, but must secure both l days at the Ludwig Nerpel home. ]at the hom, ae " ',:= ',:* [ their teacher's and Miss Coffman's! George Gregory was on the sick [ThuSly _T,="  ................ ] permission. listlr?st Monday: . . -I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stlckland and] .................. m . ann Mrs. 'oss ann mr. anal family were visitors t the* h,,, .e rrn,,,o ,u x vxu&l er transacted, business in Dunseith ! Mr. and Mrs. Willard-'Htgenson on STUDENTS UNDER MI LI'Y monaay. Sunday evening, Jan. 31. Ten pupils of the consolidated A number of Carpenter folks sur- John Hagen and Tom Williams school at Belcourt are taking violin versity at course crammed full of es. University Hfe claimed her three and a half went into the prised Monroe Wright on his birth- day Saturday night. The evening was spent playing games. All re- port an enjoyable time. 00mNSON A large number of young folks had a surprise birthday party for Arthur DeMers at his home Satur- day night. It being his twentieth birthday. A good time was report- ed by aH Neighbors and friends of Harry Warner's are helping him rebuild his house this week. Albert Martel is staying with his cousin, Arthur DeMers this week. A number of friends enjoyed the dance at the A. Gendron home Mon- day. Grant Woodward visited at the Haas home Tuesday. Reuben Long, Albert Martell and Arthur DeMers visited at the Wm. Belisle home Friday. Miss Marie Aasletten, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Deers returned home Sunday .with her brothe Carl. Bud Suthorland is visiting friends of Dton Lake this week. were callers at the John Nelson home Monday, Feb. 1. * Ounvald and Henry Nelson and Ernest Amundsen were visitors at the Thomas Hagen home Friday aft- ernoon. Miss Alma Hansen visited her brother Gunvald Nelson, Sunday. Mrs. Henry Haagenson and Henry Nelson were visitors at the Gunvald Nelson home Kturday. Miss Alma Hansen and Henry Nel- son were Sunday evening callers at the home of Mrs, Nellie McDermott. Thomas Hagen visited at the Hen- ry Haagenson home Monday evening. Mrs. Henry Haagenson spent Tues- day with Mrs. Hannah Rude. Ernest Amundsen and James Eg- bert were callers at Thomas Hagen's Thursday. Thomas Hagen, Albert Selmer Landsverk were Henry Nelson's Thursday. Thomas Hagen and Henry Nelson visited with the Landsverk brothers Thursday evening. Peter ebelins is spending .a few days with the Ladsverk brothers, Henry Nelson helped Win. Gra- ham haul hay Wednesday, and Friday. Jennie Nelson is on lessons under the direction of Jacob Levy, fifth grade teacher. In a short time, this number will be increased as several children are buying violins in order to take advantage of the free instruction. Mr. Levy has had a great deal of experience both as a soloist and teacher and has made grea progress with his pupils. He plans to give a recital at the end of the school year and show what his pupils san do. Out of this group of players is to come the string section of the school orchestra. TLENTS STUDY CARVING GUIDANCE cats, horses, cows and ttr- sitting on the table in and seventh grade class- I Henry Nelson called on Oscar EV- enstad Saturday. Ethel Lindberg spent Saturday playing with Mildred Atherton. Alfred Hen slmnt Saturday eve- ning with Henry Nelson. Forest Hill called on Gunvald NeD on Saturday. to return to epilogs for cessions and to finish up her WOrk in the musical field. and was a member of clubs interested rigal club, the Woman's Miss Fisher was also Y. W. C. A. at Grand For sorority, Zelta Zeta. for ments held Music, however, is more than by with her, and as her ruling sion, governs not only her s time but her rounds. A Negro malUmy had a well-behaved boys. One mistress asked:  "Sally, ow do yoa raise your t so well?"