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NEWS ~heran Church Services-- [ F.R. Beck has purchased the small Myo: Services at 9:30 a. m. and/tract of land adjoining the townsite SUnday school at 10:30 a.m. Ion the west from Mrs. E. A. Hazlett Perth: Services at 11 a. m. andland will put it under cultivation. The • U~day school at 10 a.m. ball diamond has been on this land eh..Rev, and Mrs. H. E. Norem and ddren attended the Ladies Aid :~eetlngThe ouSt PeI:hp pTh:LSudhYr League YLeen'g h church Sunday held a m~etmg at t e evening. The program was in honor Mother's Day and consisted of Y~nns; devotion by Amy Holmly; [~cial Song numbers by a vocal trio, ~leanor Espe, Amy Holmly and Dor- utay Astorg; duet, Mrs. J. M. Otte- ~n and Viola Gilberg; readings, by arold Stevenson, Opal Stevenson and Viola Gilberg, Mr. and Mrs. R W. Stewart have received announcement of the eighth ~rlade graduation of their daughter lla Mac at Huntington Beach, Cal., ~here she has been staying with her ~randparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter arsh since Christmas. She is ex- l~ected home about July 15. . Mylo sclmol will close Friday, May Z4. Miss Gilje's plans are to attend aUn~mer school at the University• She Will teach here again next term. , On account of county graduation ~Uae 14, the Mylo Farmers Day cele- ration has been changed to June 13. Watch for posters. Mrs. Pete Espe and son Bernard attended the baccalaureate services at Rolette Sunday evening• Bernard 1~ a freshman at the Rolette high SChool. "" "~-- an Edith Mrs. Walter wean,tier d , ~nd Mrs. J• Welander were shoppers ~a Cando Friday• ~I Mrs. M. E. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. enry Green were dinner guests of r• and Mrs. Ken Camt)bell Sunday• Mr. and Mrs. Pete Espe attended ruralmail carriers meeting at Saturday evening• Mrs. Espe President of the Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. L A. Embertson ~ent to Devils Lake Sunday to attend of the Order of Railroad They spent the eve- at Lakota. Mr. Embertson was secretary of the organization. Miss Bertine GilJe was a dinner nest at the L. Jemtrud home Sun- Pete Espe took Levi Shetler to Rol- on business Saturday• Mr. and Mrs. Ray Heddens were lIlday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green were of Mr. and Mrs. John Gores evening. Mrs. Carl Howe and Mrs. Carl ,indberg of Rolette spent several here Monday selling poppies for veterans. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Poyzer, Mr. and Ire. Evert Welander and baby, John- Johnson and C. B. Stevenson at- ~aded the baseball game between and Rolette at Rolette Sun- Mr. Johnson and Mr. Stevenson dinner guests of Mr• and Mrs. L. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs, Poyze~ re guests in the evening. Mrs. W. A. Small, Mrs. Isabelle 011ins and J. C. Beck spent Thurs- in Cando where they were dinner of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Ness, rmerly of Mylo. They also attend- the show "Gone With The Wind' the afternoon. Mr. Beck is past years of age but has enjoyed read- the book and seeing the show. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Anderson and n Byrle and daugl'lter Lowyan of iriot Mrs. J. E. Rafferty of Maxbass, r. and Mrs. H. L. Diamond of Glen- Ira spent Sunday at the home of Mr. ld Mrs. F. A. Moore. Mrs. W. L. lamond, who has spent the past Oath at the Moore home returned ith them. - H rman Blsho . Ellen Schell aim e " p ~fleut Sunday evening at the Leroy ~qross and Louis Hagen homes in ~.:~ree: Walter Welander and Edna Welander were callers in Rolette on ~aturday. Mrs. A. L. Lewis came ~rne with them and Mrs• Lewis and t endell came for her and they at- ~,~aded the dance later in the evening• ~eadell remained overnight with his! acle, Johnny Johnson. ! C. N. Troll of Glasgow, Mont., spent ~ro~ Thursday until Sunday at the 0rae of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Embert- ~.a. Mr~ Troll spent part of the time lth his daughter Rose Marie, a pa- ~e~t at San Haven• Mr. and Mrs. ]~bertson also visited Miss Troll on evening. Mr. Troll is a broth- ~'ln-law of Mr. Embertson. 3 Mrs. W. A. Small and her father ~: C. Beck spent Sunday in Botti- h~au as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tam 'sock. spent Sunday at the Alex Henrikson home of Perth rural. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Roberge of St. ! John and little Gerald Burley of Rol- ernight guest of his parents, Mr. and Edwin Skabo of Minot was an or- from the Ludvig Larson farm. After proving up on the homestead, Mr. Lexvold moved to the Turtle mount- ains, where he homesteaded and them went to Minnesota where he since lived. He now operates an oil filling station there. His daughter, ,Mrs. Kolshorn was born on the faxlm north of Perth, but when they visited the site Monday found only a few Mr. and Mrs. John Gores and sons la were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. i Mrs. Paul Skabo Monday. went to the Cecil Siebert home of Arthu Gragnier Thursday and visited Mr. and Mrs. R. C• Geer and Bert Bisbee rural Sunday to help Mr. Sic- at their farm with Roland, also with Bradley returned home Wednesday of bert celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Hermas Rooerge anoilast week after spending a few days Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hagen and baby. at Winnipeg, Man• daughter, and little Miss Carrie of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gagnier of Dun-I Mr. and Mrs. Julius Johnson were and is now now being moved west of Rolls, and Iver Hagen spent Sunday seith spentSunday afternoon and icallers in Rolls Monday afternoon• the hall. afternoon at /.he home of Mr. and The Mylo PTA held their last meet- Mrs. H. E. Hendricksou. trees and a pile of stones where their ink Monday evening with Mrs. R.W.Peter Heinz accompanied , Floyd house and other farm buildings h~ Stewart, vice - president, presiding, and Lloyd Starr to Rolls Tuesday lleen. Mr. Lexvold traded with A. $. During the business meeting it wasevening. Peter called on his wife Heal when he lived here, and Mr. voted to buy an electric hot plate for and the Starr voung men called on nier ,_ ....... Heal was the only old timer.that ]~ t "1 e chool house and also some ~h i h~othe~ ~'~rl at the hos,,ital ," I hospital is reporteu to De recovering Bouts locate when ne macle tne trap use a t I , S , i e r ., " ", ~ . ~ , l, . ] . .-. - -- "- new song books. Election of officers Robert and Rinehart Neameyer and I D nTH } rapmiy. . !nere Monclay. [-J~J~ J J Strandness and daughtei Elsie resulted as follows: President, Mrs. Walter Gores were visitors at the[.__,____. [w re ' 11 " i ~ ,,~ J. H Poyzer; vice-president, Mrs. R. Peter Gores home Tuesday. ] ~ ....d ~t,.~ ala~ 14.~n aI~dfaro-i e ca ers in Rolls last Saturday W. Stewart; secretary-treasurer, Miss Omer Lewis and daughter vistted[~,'~'~ ~"~'~'~2~'i'~n'~'~'~rri~-h-o-m--e afternoon. ]] Bertine Gilje There was no program [ at the Gust Carlson heine Thursday [ ~:.~ ,~'~:~:."~,~.=~.~" ,~=".:~,~a ~ "" [ Clinton LaFrance was confined to : I | except the installing of offmers byMr. and Mrs. Ray Heddens spent[ ..... o " i I tl~e Rolls hospital several days last I[ ~ ~ ~I~F ~ ~ [ Rev. Norem and talks by several of Wednesday evening at the Henry [_ Alta lIlget)erg reiurne(1 n)m~! rf - i week and came home Monday. I ] • • ~t ~ ~ ~ | *~ me'~*--r" in re-ard to next ,,ear's ~,--~ ~-,,~,~ I pay of last week ironl (]l•all(l ForKs, i ........... I I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l L.~ ,,,,,c o ~, a D,~-- .u~.~. ] ~,,h .... =h~ 6,,~h,~d ~ ~ranr nf h"~i'l~] l¥1r, anc1 Mrs. teo lJlSnop were V1S-[[ [ work. Visitors were Miss" Traynor Mr. and Mrs~. Carl~ Wold spent the ! training ....................... ~ ............. 1 itors at the Ole Halvorson home on I I EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT ! and Miss Sande,teachers of Unionday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon- [ .... " .... ] Tuesd'~v afternoon of this week ] [ | school, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rose ard Ralnsfield last Sunday. ] .rue seniors an(/ !uniors ano ~ac-t .. ............. 5,..~ ]l AT MYLO I ' f n ulty of the rertn SChOOl were enter- r~. ~. ~_,exvv,u u~ .~u.,uxu,.~, m,.u., Lunch was served by Mrs. L. A. Em- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hosmer o Du -] .......... ] *'rs .... el I[ [ h,a,tunn ,.~nrl Mr~ T. Temtrud ,.,,~, ,,,,~,~, ,,,,~,.~h, ~,,~ts a~ the! cameo at tile nome ot ~up~. ano mrs. l ann "~ uaus, t , m . r~. ~. ~ -tl l ..................... ~'.-- .Y~'~ ." ..... "_~"~ ? ....... / M J Stortroen 'Monday, evening of ~ shorn of Red Wing Minn• were I I ,~ ....... / Mrs. Henry Green accompanied Mr. JO~r Gores mnOme otrUeS~aa[(i dan hter] th'is week ]visitors here Monday' with Mr. and I[ .... ~,c ~, | and Mrs_John Gores and son and Mrs..~., s. ~m a .~: ........ g .... ] Jack Donovan Perth barber moved] Mrs. A. J. tieal. Mr. Lexvold was l[ Edwardson's Orchestra [ tienI Bach to St Jonn 'ruesoay ~stner were VlSltOrS at tu~ z~t~', - ' - ' o ~ h I1 • " " • "Y .... "; " - • ; ~ ...... ~'-'~a'" evenin~" ]Mrs. Donovan ann children to Dun-[ ne ot t e ea'y nomesteaoers in the I[ ] where they atcenaeo riomemaKers ~,ores ,,(,,~jv j.,,u ~ . . ~: , _ ,/ '~ ,, ~undav where thev will re- l Perth vicinity, having homesteaded [| ............. ~,, | Achievement Day The ladiesare Mr. ann ivirs, l~eWlS Jemtruo naG| se~,,yn 2" ._" : .... I ~,~ ~., ~¢~ ~t~ awned the ]~nd lv [ rtcase ~.ome r~,u~y, ! members of the -'Ellsworth club. u~ th~,, ,,l~O~t ~t .~und dtnnar_Mt,~s|" sloe aurlng the summer mourns, t/:'~'~ ~." ~ ° ............ .: ....... "- I ~..,:~.'~ ~,7~:~ ~'~',~aYT'~"~h~-'~¢t.~:/ Mr. and Mrs. Menus Johnson andflng directly across the railroad track/ ] [] I] ] I ~t~rT ~ ~TrDAT ~='--"~ "~"'~"~ "'"" "'" ~"" ""~---noon they went to" Rolette for Hos-Ichildren and Mrs. Henry Ben.son andi ........... t ,. ........ , ]~~r~ ~ za~tj ~t~ ~.; ~z-~.a pltal" Day at the Corn munity hospital, last°augnterFridayl)°rlSafternoon.Were visitors in ~anclo ~ I I I III ~..----- .................................................................. Mrs Henry Green of Mylo accom- ~ r rvi e of ]ill[ INVESTORS SYNDICATE ESTABLISHED I Annual baccalau eate se c s • " ..... ~k g 41"~'~7~ 7"TTlr pained Mrs. aonn t~ores to the nomeLTEI"~JLX, I v~l~la~ the Perth school were held Sunday I I I i I ................ 1894 L o~ ,,.,o: ~, .V,,,~%- ...... ":~ "*Z -,:-- ,~,- c,,~,~,~ ,~e w,us ~ s evening at the Commumty nail, With [ i I i I et book---a simple, easily-kept record ~howing where your money a num,er or [ne other memners oz J,J.,~ ,,a ~,~,2.,:..v- L, ern~ce.~v~in-- Rev. Nestor of Cando delivering the. | | [ | | goes. For your free copy, write Ellsworth Homemakers club practic- weeKeno guest o[ ~ss t~e -address I | | [ I ...... ..... son or Achievement Da Mrs dedahl • ilii[[ AgeneF .anaiger .A~'en ey or~ ice ..~or, net- ~dores g:efrved lunch after Yractice..Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schoenberg weTeh°bma~neHaggaa~l:ndinJa~)~vD°n~nellilii PHONE 44 DEVILS LL~V ~]-]o~e~e~ , o kN..or., wsited at the Hailey ~chlag nome Many of us got to visit with Mrs. Ir- " , ~. Thursday of last week I I I I ! ! A~geney offieea in 41 $tatea, Dlat. of Colombia & 8 Cnnadlan provhtee~ win for the first time since h~r return Sunday afternoon, ana at the ~en - " ' ~ • " ------- ........ • venin ' , ,, iii ~ II I I I I i i II ii I to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Vmdedahly home Sunday e g. ~ ........ Gores Mr and Mrs Spencer Land ann • W'm. Baker were dinner guests o M~. and Mrs. Oscar GuderJahn ~ -..~-~,~ have moved on the farm known as Mr. and Mrs. George Baker, Sunday ...... ~:.~ ~'~ ; ..... ~ ~. Miss Grace Baker visited at the the Levi Fisher homestead. Mr. Gud- erjahn has most of his seeding done at this time. This is the farm from which Mr. and Mrs. Bob Specimen: moved last fall and went to Klamath, Falls, Ore., where Mrs. Speelmon is Robert LaFrance home Saturday eve- ning and also spent the night there. Mrs. Lawrence LaFrance and Mrs. Alphonse~LaFrance visited Mrs. War- ren Armstrong Thursday afternoon. Herbert and Raymond LaFrance of Rolls were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse LaFrance Thurs- day evening• Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lemieux and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berube, Sunday• Mr. and Mrs. Albert Martell and family visited at the Louis Be.rube home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berube and family visited Sunday evening at the Louis Berube home. Mrs. Louis Mongeon, Mrs. Burke- bile, Ronnie Lizotte and Elaine Mon- geon were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lemieux at supper Sunday. Mrs• Louis Mongeon, Mrs• Burke- bile and Mike Leonard of Rolette vis- ited at the Mike Issenzlmmer home near St. John Thursday. proprietor of a restaurant and Mr. Speelmon is employed in one of the many mills there. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tuenge are the proud parents of a son born at their home May 16. Dr. Olafson of Cando was the attending physician. This is the fourth child in the Tuenge family, but their first son. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hosmer (Syl- vetta Miller) of Dunseith spent Sun- day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Gores. Mr. Hosmer had been dismissed as a patient at San Haven Sanatorium that day after be- ing there since January. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mineke had as guests over the weekend, their son and family, Mr. and Mrs• Reginald Mineke and son of Walhalla, Herman Wendt and daughter, Ramona. Mrs. Louis Mongeon and Mrs• Bur- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Irwin and kebile visited Mrs. Pete Lemieux of • Rolette Friday daughter of Rolls rural, Mrs. Holum "" -' ": ...... e L and son Walter of St. John were . ~t. Mary's ~ocmty met ~he~n ext supper guests at the home of Mr. and raongeon nom. e may 16. l~ _nhe Mrs Peter Gores Sunday regular meeting W~tl ne ne (~ at t " '_ ....... :,.-, .... 7~: ....... ~._ Tom Leonard home June 5 with Alice MY. ~ll~ J.¥1Y~. V~t~[ l-ltJlllZ ~tl~ tll~ , . ~ ' • -.. --on proud parents of a son born at the!Le°nard,..^_ _ ~ ,~.. ^~ r~,.~,b~ ,,~,~assmtmg hostess, azrs. T y hospital, Monday, May 13. Mrs. guess o rue mu at rue my s~vu ~r tanuf~"~'~Yc~-~ u~="h'~:~=:n"~'~'-" Rolls Heinz' mother, Mrs. Otto Krumwiede ~ome. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse LaFrance stayed at the Heinz home from Sat- urday until Tuesday and accompanied Mr. Heinz, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hen- drickson when they went to Rolls to visit Mrs. Heinz. The little boy weighed six pounds six ounces and was named Ronnie Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gault and son, Mr. and Mrs. George Gault and ram-' ily of Pleasant Lake were dinner guests at the U. S. Cartwright home Sunday. Mrs. Howard Walsh and Mrs. John Gores went to Mylo Thursday. Mrs. Walsh had baked a birthday cake and the two ladies as well as Mrs. Carl Anflnson and daughter and Mrs. Wal- ter Welander and daughter helped Mrs. John Welander to celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Omer Ieewis and daughter spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gilberg. Wm. Cookman, brother of Mrs. Pickard, spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Pick- ard. Lewis Reed and 01e 0mvig of Mylo ware visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hendrickson, Sunday. Cecil Siebert of Bishee accompa- nied Mr. and Mrs. John Gores and sons to Rock Lake last Sunday, where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Taylor and helped Mr. Tay- lor celebrate his 81st birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gault, U. S. Cartwright, Robert and Earl Sholes ,spent Sunday evening at the homes ~I Mr. and Mrs F R Beck, Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gault and Mr. qrs. j. H. Poyzer' went through the and Mrs. Bert Cartwright of St. John. e~.~raunity hospital, Rolette, on op- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tastad (Mar- "~g day, Sunday• rabe~ M inn Brady) of Rolette were dinner ~Ir. and Mrs• T. R. G ", r•guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ~ Mrs. Howard Walsh and family, Homer Brady, Sunday. I)~ ~ad Mrs: Fred .K.ensinger of Bis- Walter Larson of Rolls spent Wed- ~. ,notorecl to ~itton ~unaay tonesday evening at the Omer Lewis ~,Pend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Ole home and Thursday evening at the Julius Gilberg home. "~Yavlck. ndersen of St. John spent Hugo and Elmer Tuenge spent Fri- l:)unald A r ih~,a.daY at his home he e. day evening at the Win. Mineke home. ~V~rs. Howard Walsh and Mrs. T. Albert Gores and Robert Neameyer Graber were callers in Bisbee on were supper guests at the Peter Gores home, Tuesday• ed~esday"r0sa Kelle of Spokane, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pickard and [~r~erly of Mvlo called on friends family visited at tbe home of Mrs. ~ere ~ i Stella Cookman of Bisbee, Saturday. °ndaY:lander had as guests on Mr. and Mrs. Ray Heddens were Mrs j. We ~r,b.irthday Thursday, Mrs. Howard entertained at the home of Mr. and llh~ah, Mrs• Carl Anfinson, Viola An- Mrs. R. W. Stewart of Mylo, Sunday. ~, Mrs. John Gores, Mrs. Walter The occasion was Mr. Stewart's birth- ~i~ ander and Mrs. T. R. Graber. a~" Walsh brought a birthday cake da~le and Otto Jemtrud were visitors ~it~s.Mrs. Welander received several at the Omer Lewis home Friday. Howard Kensinger of Bisbee was r. and Mrs. Victor Nelson of Wol- rural called on Leland Nelson ~r. and Mrs. J. Welander Friday• and Mrs. H. E. Norem, Mrs. Mrs. Pete Espe, Mrs. Mrs. J. Gilberg, Mrs• Miss Viola Gilberg, Mrs. attended the Woman's Mission convention at Ro- ~sday. Some of the ladies on the program• and Delmar visited Sunday at the Wm. Hunter home near Botttneau• Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meunier and family and James Moors of Rolette visite~l at the Harley Schlag home Sunday evening. Mrs. Leonard Arnold and children of Esmond were guests of Mrs. Arn- old's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mongeon, May 16. Mr. and Mrs• Joe Lemieux and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mongeon, May 16. Sunday callers at the Victor Bush home were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jen- sen and family, Mrs. Steffen and Vera, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ducatt and fam- ily. Mrs. John Steffen and Vera visited Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Victor Bush. an overnight guest of Floyd Miller, Monday. Thursday, Bobble Kensing- er came home with Floyd from Bis- bee and was an overnight guest. Paul Gault of St. John rural was a visitor at the U. S. Cartwright home Wednesday. Mr. Cartwright return- ed home with him for a visit• Mr. and Mrs: H. E. Hendri~ckson land Peter Heinz visited at the Peter ~Gm~es home Sunday morning. Robert and Rinehart Neameyer and Johnnie Mineke were visitors at the Homer Brady home last Sunday• Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gores and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Held and family were dinner guests at the Emma Gores home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Melland, Melvin Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Burns FOR THE GRADUATE! FOR GIRLS: Lingerie Hosiery Leather Goods Jewelry Gloves Corsages Handkerchiefs Compacts Stationery, etc. FOR BOYS: Handkerchiefs Neckties Hosiery Polo Shirts Leather Goods Pictures Stationery, etc. All Our Gift Selections Are blest Reasonably Priced! 9 Rolls, N. D. Before you go... get Tmvelen Cheques, Rolla, North Dakota ,~filO~t#d ~lt$ MIRST BANK STOCK CORPORATION ,,i i i i i i i i I i i i i i n No other car, of pr/ca, combines all these quality featuros HISTEt 85 BUSINUS COUP[ ot r wdd hJe r PHONE 85 ROLLA, N, D. lCondition of Ct. P. Schell shows raprovement the past week. He ,een at the Rolls Community for the past three weeks. Superintendent Luba E. visited the Mylo school on Mrs. Johnson also tran- hess pertaining to her of- i ,i :ii: |!/~