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PAGE TWO TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR, ROLLA, N. DAK. Thursday, May 23, 1940| .| il . O. ! Dakota, the only thing of its type in [ ~...---~"_:ffi..,..---~--.--..=.~..~ L mer spent Saturday evening at Agnes] son, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson moved at Charles Newberg's last SundaY.'..|! [nrue mountain [ar the world. It is a garden of PeaceI L~7-'li[~lJp~ll~]L'A~lJ~li~lUP l ,Hagen's. I onto the farm where Elmer Beeghly Hans Strand and son Oscar madi ~NE~ Emtabllmhed Ia 1888 where Ame.ricans.and Canadians min-I- ~. ~ Henry johnson is digging a well for ] formerly, hved." The B eegh!y famllYla' trip to St. John Sunday evening.| -~-meT~"~"- ....... 2:_ _ .. in gie and talk together an(/ reel as one, [ [ ,~.~ w~~.~ . | John Nelson I moves to a place near ~'isn lake. [ ~ i . ran r~ery Thursday Morning This place is ca l!ed the International I ] ~ ~~'~'~'~ | Carl Nelson and Henry Johnson/ Clinton Strietzel and Jack Wilson ] PICTON / ~u~yo: J. F. Mott .......... Editor and Publisher ~'eace ~arcien. The gover)]mentsnave t [ ~ ~'2~ I ~'" | were callers at Bernie Knox' Satur- ] were callers at Warren Wilson's Sun- [ | .flay s ........ ana will spena several tnousanus o[I I~ ~m~--.~ | a~,, " [day ] ~ ....a ~,.- ~-~ ,~-~,,s a~d|, ~ Perth: Official Newspaper of Rolette County dollars. They have created an arti- ,.~j. ~ -. .... ............ . /,,~u ,, ..... H0et* ~U~day ficial lake they have men cam~irntigl [~ I Henry Nelson helped Art Schneid- Mrs,. Gust Nerpel and Raymond fean~flyofRoldlaVlslledat the H. It*! SU~SU~VTJ~ *~, * 'o" ~ " *he ~,,,,,,nao and iI . :~ l~47~ i erman saw wood Tuesaay i were ViSIT.OrS at L~. ~. ~erpe~ s bun- " ome by. ,| R~, Op.e Year ................................................ $2...~T ......... r~es and flowers Wh'ev] I ,~~f~'~TZ~'k i ~ ]day. I Mr. and Mrs. Lange and familY0!| ehildre~ MIX Months ............................................ A~ p~a.~ ,,~w v ~ " ~ . tl16 " ~hr~ Months 75 hav~ built an outdoor amnhitheatre,~al [: [ ~~ [ WOL]~'~')RI") [ A miscellaneous showm was held ] Oxford were Sunday guests at aeI~eetine ................................................ - ................. Flo re h Canada One Year .............................. 2.75lodge and picnic grounds that Will ]I ....................~,,.~ [ ~ ~ at Mary Kelly's for Mrs. Harold Kelly ] yd Hoe r ome. | T~ ~__ ' ' IJPl~l~l.~'~, ~,~mr~ ~,,~,~.r,~ , ' " " I~ fie y Subscriptions Payable In Advance accommodate several hundred people. ~ Mrs. George Whipple returned to Sunday. She received many useful MissesEfleen Peterson and E hel ~----------- ............ P~II L ~~:~~r.t~O Ot~t.'~ ~RE~$ C~. J her home from the Rugby hOSnltal" gifts." / McDou~allof Cando and Burt~l" ~r~--'d a m ADVERTISING RATES Tile ~eace t~aruen repre~e.t~ .cII ~ ~ 1 - - ~ -.- o ..... ors st | .umg ........ 30---^~'~ "ads-" in 't- beauty and its im-I i I ~ ~ u I ~ _#r~_,~ / much improves. I ~ /Tnompson of rtugby were vis]~ :1 ~}[ ~!~ofh ,[~play, per column mcu ................ ~ w~,~,u t z ~ ~ - . ~ OB ~-'" ]Reading Locals, .per line ................ 1.10portance andin a few years our coun-] ] ] ~ i ~ [--~--J ~v~(~l ~__ | John Dunham and ale Hab .rsonlSLEEPY HOLLOw /thePetersonandMcDougallhome 0an tlYmns; National Advertising Represents v : _ -" ............ I I k r'~~::~ ~ i and hogs to Fargo Tuesday. |q'h .... ~ ,~vin,~ 'h~ roads were so I afternoon I tta~,~ I nape almost everyone in the UIIIL- ! . -- ......,'. I" ........ " ~ -'-v~tl American Press Assoclatmn ~-~,~, .... a ~nada realizes what i ~~ | Mrs..Sadie W, harton returned home] bad that very few attended. They] Mrs. Win. Henderson was take t?[ and Viol 255 west 39th St., New York City. t~e'l~eace Garden means to him for [ otrr O~N PUTS ~RIv~.$ | from the nospitai much improves, spent the time discussing plans for the Rolla hospital Wednesday suffer' ~tered in the Pest Office at Rolls then they understand why the govern- | B~IN~ D|V~aR~N~r ~,Pt~ J Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hill were trans- Achievement day, which took place ing from an infection. ments are spending such a large am- ount of money on foreign relations. Richard Hjelt, Rolls Sixth Grade (Intermediate division) Safety In the Home Most homes have some electric ap- pliances. Never leave an iron burn- ing or a washing machine running. Electric wires should always be cov- ered. A person who does not know electricity should not tinker around with It. Never put wet hands on electric wires, as you may get a shock ~nrth Dakota, as second class matter. Yea rs Ago May o,7, 1915 The Fish lake season was opened ~ast Saturday by a dance at the pa- vilion. Arthur Dixon left Monday morning for a business trip to Minneapolis. He motored as far as Devils Lake, *nd left his car there until he returns. Mr. and Mrs. R. E.~Rognas, Miss Minerva and Rand, Jan., and Miss Hilda Nelson motored to Devils Lake Sunday afternoon, returning Monday ~eve;::ge handsome stri~g~ ~f ~lC~ea~l are being caught at Fis a y - ed hook and line. The fish are of good size and are good eating at this time of the year. A new rural route from Belcourt supplying the patrons of the former l~ost offices at Alcide and Laureat will go into operation June 16. It will be a tri-weekly route, running on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The new route will be known as route No. $. W. J. Rainboth and ~amily motored np from Starkweather Saturday eve- ~ntng and spent Sunday with Mr. Rain- beth's sister, Mrs. Wm. Jolliffe and 'family. H. C. Remington was a visitor at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Jolliffe from Wednesday to Saturday of last week. Mrs. l~emington who had been at the home of her sister, Mrs. Jolliffe, since January accompa- riled her husband to Iowa, where they will spend the summer. Mr. Reining- ton is traveling agent for the Klein Moving Picture company and while here entered into a contract with W. J. Munro for some fine entertainments to be given in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Alberta Martineau, --N,~$~G~,~ acting business in Rugby Friday. Dave Peters returned from South Dakota. He has been visiting rela- hospital, and is reported quite ill. tires and friends there. Clyde Sager and son were business Arthur Else visited his mother, callers in Rolls Tuesday. Mrs. James Else on Friday. (Last week) Dave Muir of Island Lake township Born to Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sager was shopping in Wolford on Friday May 8, a daughter. The baby died Mr. and Mrs. John Davis are still the next morning and was buried at confined to the Rugby hospital Mill Lake cemetery. Mrs. Pansy Sigurdson and Mrs. F. Alex Jerome and family have may-Gronas called on Blanche Dunham on ed from Mrs. Thornby's farm to the Thursday Fred Jerome place. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Phelps and HILLSIDE If you have a telephone in your family were visitors at the Win. Bry- home, know how to use it in case of ant home of St. John rural, recently. (Last week) emergency A telephone should al- Visitors at the home of Mr. and Elza Martin has been building par- ways be in good condition. Mrs. Clyde Sager Sunday were Mr. titions in his house. Never play with fire. If you are and Mrs. Lyle Sager and son of Stark- Mrs. Joe Peltier was hostess to the going to make a bonfire, build it far weather, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Dan- Russell - Hillside Homemakers club away from buildings, and be sure ielson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Thursday at a special meeting. the wind cannot blow sparks on any- Strietzel. Mrs. Alvin Martin who recently thing. Mr. and Mrs. John Grimm and underwent an operation in Billings, Always be careful when handling famiy of St. John were Sunday visit- Mont., is getting along nicely gasoline, Never put gasoline near ors at the home of Frank Demers. Romeltus Pigeon has rented the fire. If you are going to clean clothes Mr. and Mrs. D. Dantelsou and I Charles Banker farm near Dunseith. Clifford McKay, Moses Morin and in gasoline, do it in the open air.son were business callers in Rolls and Lynn Gilbert helped Gunvald Nelson Keep ~! medicines away from St. John Saturday. small chiidren. Do not put poison Mrs. Clyde Sager are staying at move Wednesday onto the Clint An- medicines with cough medicines and her son's home nursing Mrs. Warren derson farm. others that children are sometimes Sager. Leo LaFrombois, son of Nee La- allowed to get for themselves. Bennie Engen is at the Verret Frombois of this community joined i Put your playthings, and other ob- hospital, very ill with yellow Jaun- the CCC recently. Jects out of the stairs. Have a place dice. Miss Kathryne Martin entertained for everything. Esther Demers of St. John was an 16 friends from Belcourt and Rolla I The home should have tightly fas- overnight guest at the home of her April 24 in honor of her 16th birth- day. Dancing was enjoyed, after tened rails to go down steps. Have parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Danielson which lunch was served. no steps missing and none loose. A last Wednesday. good idea is to have the bottom base- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Phelps and son ment step painted white, so as to were business callers in St. John and CARPENTER know when you are at the bottom. Rolla Saturday. The doors of the home should be Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brekke and properly shut If the door is to be WILLOW LAKE family of Dunseith were visitors at open, put a door stop in front of it, Warren Wilson's Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Carl Abrahamson and Get plenty of sleep If you are tired Mr. and Mrs. James Washta vis- family and Mrs. John Abrahamson you are apt to be grouchy and do ited Earl Johnson Sunday afternoon. things you shouldn't. O.E. Bruhjell visited Mr. and Mrs. were Rolls callers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abrahamson Never have rugs that are too slip- Harold Bruhjell Sunday. and family were visitors at the John pery. If a rug has quite a bit of wax Arthur Rude called on Henry Hal- Abrahamson home Sunday. on it, do not put a small rag rug on it. carson Monday. Mrs. Leonard Brekke and family familiarly known to their, friends here[ Be courteous, it always pays. Ingolf Medlang called on Will el- spent Monday and Tuesday visiting at as "Brad" and "Minnie who were! Norms Tingelstad, St. John son Tuesday. married at Glasgow, Mont., on May Fifth Grade Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bruhjell and Warren Wilson's. 10th have settled down to housekeep- (Intermediate division) family were Dunseith callers Wed- Mr. and Mrs, Clinton Strietzel and trig at Alexander, N. D. where "Brad" nesday evening. is practicing dentistry. -- St. John FONDA Bernie Knox was a caller at Ole Leader. Pladson's one evening last week. Mrs. E. O. Johnsrude and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Henry Halvorson and i and Myrtle Guttrude of Fairdale re- family were Dunseith callers Wednes- 1E V--~ vv~A.~ . !turned home Wednesday. Myrtle day afternoon, ee orn Q,~ ~'~l'trtl'~Sl" will visit at her sister's home here Mrs. Gilbert Medlang and son In- } Otis Bakken and Math Hagen drovegolf were callers at Mrs. G. Rude's WE }LdkVE A LARGE SUPPLY 'to Fargo Friday where they attended Friday afternoon. Following are the first place essays the Sons of Norway convention. "they Albert Larshus is helping Arthur OF ALL KINDS OF in the countywide contests arranged returned home Sunday. Rude with the spring work. by the county superintendent's office: I E.O. Johnsrude and Melvin Gutt- Mr. and Mrs. Iver Medlaug and Seed Corn ----- ]rude motored to Devils Lake Sunday family were callers at Gilbert Med- Safety On the Highway l where they attended the O. R. T. con- lang's Sunday afternoon.. Millets Many of the accidents in America vention. Mrs. Gilbert Medlang was a caller are caused by reckless driving, i Mr. and Mrs. Sever Lee and family at Bernie Knox' Sunday evening. Amber Cane When driving an automobile on the visited at the Theodore Kjorvestad Sudan Grass highway you should always keep on home Sunday evening. BEAVER DAM the hight hand side of the road. YouI A large crowd attended the dinner Alfalfa and should never try to pass a ear when at Overly sponsored by the Ladies Mrs. Aminda Haagenson was a going over a hill Aid for the benefit of the Norwegian visitor at Lee Stickland's Wednesday. Clover No one under the influence of relief fund. Mrs. Aminda Haagenson, Thelma liquor of any sort should ever be el- Mrs. J. P. Elliott went to Bottineau Hagen and Henry Haagenson were ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES .lowed to drive a car, Also no one Friday where she received medical visitors at Henry Nelson's Sunday. under the age of 16 may drive. When attention. Jack and Annie Halls and Mrs. re"- 1.1 as! L'~0 you come to a railroad crossing hi- Aminda Haagenson were Bottineau rmers r n . ways stop your car and look up and JARVIS LAKE callers Saturday. A.W. Poyzer, Mgr. down the track before crossing. Also Iver Larson and Henry Nelson were when you come to a turn as from a Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Phelps and Dunseith callers Friday. Phone 92 Rolls, N. D. side road onto a highway, stop the son accompanied Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Mrs. Lee Stickland was a caller at car and look both ways before driving Phelps to Rolls Thursday. the Haaken Amundsen home Wed- onto the road. You should go slowly Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Gefroh and nesday. when coming to a curve or when driv- sons of St. John were Sunday visitors Joe Cox of Mountain, was a visitor ing over rough roads, at the D. Danielson home at Mrs. Agnes Hagen's Thursday Speeding is one cause of many ac- Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Danielson and Henry Nelson, Mrs. Aminda Haag- cldents on the highways. When a family and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sag- enson and Iver Larson were callers driver is driving very fast he cannot er and son were visitors at the Clyde at John Nelson's Thursday after- watch signs and danger signals as Sager home Sunday. noon. well as when he is driving slow. A Bennie Engen is still at the Rolls Edward Hanson and Dora driver shouldn't drive over fifty or sixty miles an hour. He must be in good physical and mental condition. _@mmmnmmnmmmmmannmmmunnnmmummlmu(~mmmmmmnmmmmmmnmmu.~muum~lH~ He must also have a driving license. ! FOR THE HAPPIEST DAY IN HER LIFE! among all nations. The only nations that have unguarded boundary lines ~ Admiration Silk Hose, pair .............. 79c and $1.00 and a record of a century of peace are == United States and Canada. The Peace ~ Slips ...... 98c and $1.95 Pajamas $1.95 and $2.95 Garden is a place where people of both nations can meet on equal and i Dance Sets ........................................ 98c and $1.19 friendly terms. People do not go there only to see the beauty of the place, ~ Handbags, assorted .................. 59c, 98c and $1.95 but to see a place that is interesting - not just for what it is but for what Wash Dresses .................................... 98c and $1.95 it represents and what it is destined to become. Children should work in schools to try to keep peace betwee~ TO MAKE HIS PROUDEST DAY COMPLETE! United States and Canada. The Peace Garden should be a place for children Neckties 59c and 98c Pajamas 98c and $1.95 to meet and make friends so when " they grow up they will understand Allen A Socks, pair 25c Suspenders 49c each other. In this way peace can be ............ promoted forever. Shirts 98c and $1.95 Garters, pair 25c Louis Poeppel, Dunseith .............. Grade Eight (upper division) Peace Peace is of great importance and value to the whole world. Peace is an important factor to the growth and strength of a nation. I?A)LLA, NORTH DAKOTA We have here in the United States and Canada, in Manitoba and North A careful driver watches all signs that say things like "Slow," "Cattle CroSsing," "Danger," "Curve," "Nar- row Bridge," or "Railroad Crossing." When driving at night or during a fog the driver should have his head- lights on. He should also have a tail light. The good driver always dims his lights when meeting another car. His brakes are in good condition so he can stop quickly. He is courteous to other drivers and is never a "road hog," ~}elphlne Wentland, Dunseith Eighth Grade (upper division) ~'hat the Peace Garden Means To Me The Peace Garden shows that there can be perfect peace between two na- tions and through their example, the spirits of peace may be promoted =_ at St. John Tuesday. The next meet- Miss Jessie McDougall and ing will be with Mrs. Oscar Krook on Ingebretson of Rolls, Mr. and June 13. Our club met with all the Burt Johnstone and Harry rest of the clubs for Achievement day Hansboro were guests at the at St. John Tuesday and a very nice Dougall home Sunday evening. time was reported A large crowd was in attendance. Oscar Krook received a telegram from his brother Edel at Darwin last Friday morning informing him that his mother had passed away the night before. He left by train Saturday, to attend the funeral at Litchfield on Sunday. Mrs. Krook was past 89 years of age at the time of her death. Oscar Krook arrived home Tuesday evening, after attending the funeral of his mother. Her six grandsons acted as pallbearers. Carl Strand and family returned last week from Washington. Dick Rybachek and family visited Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Wadman son Carl were Sunday visitors Peterson home. Star Want Ads Bring Results GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR THE Jewelry e Scarfs Handkerchiefs Purses Gloves Slacks Lingerie Dresses Blouses Shawls Hosiery Skirts Vanity Cases OTHER GIFTS OUR BIG SALE ~TARTED MAY 22 Don't Miss It! Ready-To-We~ar ROLLA NO. DAK. PRICED AT $2.95 and $3.95 a Federated Stores calling ell Chevroletsl "What l~aol[ne did you purchue lit time~" an independent res~rch or~nilation uked of 5579 Chev- ro~-t owners. The answers favored ~dardsasolines by a ecore Of 1265 to 564 los the ga~olin~ Of the comp~taor. O00 Enley Naflomel C~clit Card ! 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