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PAGE FOUR TURTLE STAR ROLLA, N. DAK. ST. JOHN COMMUNITY NEWS WPA Sponsored Dinner At St. John On Monday The se -ing unit of the local WPA project sponsored a dinner at the ho- tel Monday, May 20. The dinner was the introductory feature to "This Work Pays Your Community" week, May 20 to 25. Tickets were sold in advance and 70 people attended. A program consisting of local talent was presented including songs by a group of grade girls; two tonette se- lections by Norms Tingelstad and the Presbyterian church will be in charge of the church services Sunday morning. Mrs. John Vlasin returned last Wednesday from Emerado where she was called by the illness and death of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Emile Jerabek left Sunday for Minneapolis and other points in Minnesota. Albert Beaudoin is taking care of the lumber yard during the ahsence of Mr. Jerabek. For their annual trip this year the senior class went to Cando. There Dorothy Welsh, and a saxaphone solo the group saw the show "Gone With by Jack Bower. The Wind." Clifford Pilloud took the students in his car, and Mrs. Earl Willard Bower acted as toastmas- Smith acted as chaperon. ter. Talks were given by a number Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Martell and of local people regarding the sewing, Lorraine were Cando visitors Monday. library and hot lunch projects. Those Miss Arvilla Sutton was a caller in who sl)eke were E. K. Kopriva, Dana Cando Tuesday afternoon. Wright, A. B. Langenfeld, Mrs. A.T. Miss Ramona Coghlan left on Sat- Johnson, Mrs. Agnes Lamoureux, Art urday for Bismarck where she will Fonssard and Mrs. Ida Belt. Open resume her social service work. Miss honse is being held at the local sew- Coghlan has just recently been trans- ing room during this week and the ferred from Minneapolis to Bismarck. public is cordially invited to visit and Group two of the Catholic Ladies inspect tbe work being done. Aid will meet on Thursday, May 23, Ru- al S at the home of Mrs. H. Richard. Fourteen ch )ls Mrs. Sophia Qual has returned to her home at Mahnomen, Minn., after Expected for Play Day having spent several months at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Play day will be held in St. John, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Buck. Thursday, May 23. Fourteen rural Mr. and Mrs. Ray Buck retuFned on schools will participate in the var- Sunday evening from a trip to Min- ious events. The morning will be nesota. Mrs. Buck visited in Mah- devoted to declamations and music, nomen and Detroit Lakes, Minn., Mrs. C. R. Jacobsen of Rolla will while Mr. Buck spent some time fish- judge the dramatics and Mrs. Joe ing near Bemidji. Demers of St. John the music divis- Mesdames J. S. Carey, Roy White, ion. The afternoon program will R. N. Shaver, T. M. Elsberry and consist wholly of athletics. In the Ellen, Grace and Bernard Carey went evening the St. John school will give to Cando last Wednesday to see the their grade operetta, "The Cobbler of picture "Gone With The Wind." Fairyland," for the benefit of the Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gefroh left rural students and their parents. Sunday evening for Devils Lake Free ice cream cones will be given to where they were called by the death the kiddies, of Mr. Gefroh's mother. Earl Smith and son Carroll were Announce Activities for callers in Bottineau on Sunday. Mrs. R. N. Shaver was hostess for Closing Week of School the GBT card club on Saturday eve- ning. Three tables of bridge were in The following is a schedule for the play. High honors were won by Mrs. closing week of school in St. John: Rolfe Hesketh. Mrs. Roy White won Thursday, May 23--Play Day. the consolation prize, and Mrs. Tom Friday, May 24 ---- Junior-SeniorElsberry the traveling prize. Prom. Misses Jean Dunlop, Florence Mc- Sunday, May 26--Baccalaureate, 7 Govern, Ellen Carey and Harriet Els- p. m. in the school gym. Roy. E. T. berry spent the weekend at the G. Silness of Bisbee will give the .ad- Elsberry cottage at Lake Upsilon. dress. Mrs. Alma Jackson returned to her Monday, May 27--Picnic Day. home in St. John on Friday evening. (Corrected May 22) Wheat ........................................ $ .64 Amber durum ............................. 52 Durum ........................................ 51 Red durum ................................. 47 Flax ............................................ 1.63 Oats ................................... .22 Barley ................................ ~: ' "~/i/ .au .,3o Rye ............................................ 2 7 Cream ......................................... 25 Butter . ............................... $ .20 .26 Eggs ................................. 13 .14 Good Attendance Present For WPA Rally Monday The observance of "This Work Pays Your Community" week began in Rolla with a dinner Monday eve- ning at the city auditorium, served by the Community Ladies' Aid. This week is sponsored by the WPA for the purpose of acquainting the people with the work and progress of the WPA in this and every other com- munity. Approximately 150 people attended the Rolla dinner. A program was given during the dinner Monday evening with D. El- don Longstreth, Devils Lake district J- HiFon ~" r At supervisor of ~VPA, giving the main ames t ~to y address of the evening. Various phas- M,mr-Fria-v ~t.rdavies of the WPA work were explained ...... -- --.~.,, *-, .... a i during tlre program. The speakers ........ .^,~ ,, . ~,,,,.~,,,~, [and the various projects they discuss- .... " ............. s'or- ed were Mrs ~ernon Jolhffe sew ng ot James llllLOll S weu l~nown t y .~ " . _ _ ' '! project" U J Groat not lunch pro- will be shown at the Munro Theatre, ' ' .... , ' ~. . . L~,.;~ .... n ~,~,,,,n.~,, D~, ~ ~, .~ i~ ject; Kenneth Sayies, ieuerai writers :;asta~ theUsma~l~'to'wn B,\~tish"~loe;o: pP"iee[; Mrss AsI~iBe~llS~Y' lrieb::a:aY and the story deals with his objec- . "~" ; ........ ' . - ttons to his wife's disciplinary meas o.,ue, surp,us ures toward their son, the entrance ' Y p J ' of Jane Bryan as governess and the The program, with H. C. Guenther suspicions which grow because of the as toastmaster, openeu with,the stag- doctor's interest in her. This is class-I ing of "God Bless America, lead by ed as a top-rate film splendidly pro-Miss Shirley Dial of Belcourt. Rev. duced by a fine cas't. A March of Stuart A Parvin gave a message to Time edition, "Canada At War" will! the assembly. Joan Keegan and Mar- be shown lys Jacobsen gave declamations, "Mis- "Four "wives" will be the fe^*ure fortune Grabs Jimmie From the ,~-.+ ~,,,~n'~, ~,-,~,~ ~na ,v,,o~, Rear" and "Who's Afraid," respec- This ma sequel of'~'~ou~ Daughters' t,vely Mms Mary Mockel and Sally and the cast has many of the same Munro played a piano duet. Arthur characters. The three Lane girls and Gale Page portray the parts of the four wives. The same humor and down-to-earth spirit are contained in this successful picture. The cast is outstanding, and has an addition to the "Four Wives" also Claude Rains Jeffrey Lynn, Eddie Albert, May Rob- son, Frank McHugh, Dick Foran Henry O'Neill and John Garfield. If you liked "Four Daughters" you will like "Four Wives." "A Child Is Born," human melo- drama of the maternity ward will be shown Wednesday and Thursday, May 29 and 30. The cast incudes Geral- dine Fitzgerald, Jeffrey Lynn, Gale Page and Gladys George. An added feature these nights will be "Rubinoff and His Violin." To Receive Diplomas Ida Good, Rolla; Delphia Heilman Rolette; Margie Hesketh, St. John; and Eva Lagasse, Rolla, are among Tuesday, May 28---Commencement She spent the winter months visiting the graduates to receive standard dl- exercises. The entire program will in Breckenridge, Minn., and Lincoln,,plomas at Minot State Teachers Col- be presented by the students. Neb. I lege. . Mike Hager of Orrln, spent Satur-I Mill Lake Lutheran Church--- day evening at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Laviolette. Hr. Hager is Mrs. Laviolette's brother. Little Miss Barbara Jean Burns spent the weekend at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Sun- din. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Shaver were Sunday Church service at 2 p. m. Confirmation class meets at 3 p. m. Mrs. Peder Pederson will entertain the Ladies Aid at her home northeast of St. John May 29. E. T. Silness, pastor Present Operetta,--- The grade operetta presented by evening dinner guests at the home of the school Friday evening was very Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Roman. well attended. The presentation was Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Clatterbuck one of merit. The efforts of the and Tessie Lee spent the weekend at teachers in charge and the students the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Eck- were well worth their while. The erdt at Hansboro. costumes were especially effective in Miss Grace Carey spent Sunday at creating the proper atmosphere for her home in St. John. the production. There is a display in the post office window in connection with "This Opens Beauty Shop..--- Work Pays Your Community" week, St. John has had another addition inviting the public to attend open house at the sewing room any day this to the business section of the town. week. Miss Dolores Hendrickson of Rock Mr. and Mrs. Axel Johnson of Rolla Lake has opened a beauty parlor in the building owned by D. Stewart. Other St. John News--- Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Larsen expect to leave the first of the week for Granville to make their home. Mr. Larsen has been transferred to the position of Great Northern agent at that main line station, replacing W. A. Christianson, veteran agent who is retiring after 45 years of service. Mr. Larsen has been agent at St. John for 11 years and the family will be greatly missed in this community. The name of the new agent for St. John has not been announced. The examinations for the high school Bible class of tlle Presbyterian church will be held Saturday after- noon. The Christian Endeavor Society of were St. John callers Monday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eller and family, and A. E. Eller all of Rock Lake vis- ited at the T. M. Elsberry home on Sunday. BUS SERVICE Azure, high school student, sang two solos, accompanied by Mrs. Marian Bell. Richard HJelt, recently elected state president of the Young Citizens'! League, gave a short talk. The pro-I gram closed with the entire group: singing "The Star Spangled Banner." Star Want Ads Bring Results. Take a carton The six-bottle carton ST. JOHN FRIDAY, 5L Y 24 AMATEUR ---- $20 IN CASH PRIZES -- $20 12 FORMER PRIZE WINNEI WILL COMPETE for Prizes of $10, $6, $2 and $2 QUIZ -- $20 IN CASH PRIZES -- $20 $10 Prizes plus another cash prize of $10 for one grand prize question. Numbers will be drawn until prize is awarded. -- DANCE AFTER AMATEUR AND QUIZ- Admission : Amateur-Quiz contest 25 ; under high school age 15 ; Dance Tickets: Gents,'addltional 15; ladies no additional charge MAY 24 WILL BE A BIG NIGHT AT ST. JOHN Rolla Community Hospital Patients Mrs. Otto Lentz, Rolla Mrs. Peter Heinz, Mylo Mrs. Norris Evenson, Rock Lake Mrs. Hjalmer Juntunen, Perth Ethel Leonard, St. John O. Paulson, St. John C. P. Schell, Mylo John Clark, Thorne Earl Starr, Mylo Mrs. Wm. Bollmer, Bisbee Majella Waters, Rolla Mrs. John Boppre, St. John Mrs. Wm. Henderson, Rolla Mrs-. Ernest Volquardsen, St. John Mrs. John Barren, Rolla Carl Indvik, St. JoKn Births A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Norris Evenson, Rock Lake, on May 17. Patients Discharged Mrs. Albert Sehoening Wesley Sarkilahti William Demers Victor LaFranee Joe Dalgneault Martin Haugland Dr. B. D. Verret Mrs. Elmer Johnson Mrs. J. A. Anderson Mrs. F. J. Meuwissen Russell-Hillside Homemakers The club met at the Mrs. Joe Dar- ling home May 16 with 17 members and two visitors present. We turned most of the meeting over to practice for Achievement Day. The social hour was directed by Mrs. Fred I~tgh and Mrs. Simeon Grenier. An intel- ligence test was given, with Mrs. Max Marctl high score. Mrs. I. Vrem and Mrs. Mel Worrall were chosen social hour leaders for the June meeting. Mrs. Fred LeiKh was appointed pag- eant reader for Achievement day on May 21. The club adjourned to meet again at Mrs. Fred Richard's, with Mrs. Vital LaCroix and Mrs. Richard as hostesses. The next meeting will be held on June 13.--~lub reporter. Bus Leaves Rolla Daily 7:30 A. M. For BEIAU~OURT DUNSEITH BOTTINEAU CARBURY SOURIS ROTH LANDA WESTHOPE MOHALL MINOT BISM~ Connection made at Dunseith for all Canadian points. Connection made at Minot for all U. S. points Inquire about the new LOW WEEKEND RATES Speedy and reliable Express service to all points MANITOBA MOTOR TRANSIT LIMITED ROLLA BUS DEPOT AT NEALLY'S (~AFE JUST A FEW OF THE SPECIALS AT MAY 24, 25 AND 27 Supplies For The Picnic Season Paper Plates, per package ................................ 9c Picnic Cups, hot or cold drinks, doz ............... 9c Paper Napkins, 3 pkgs. 100 each for .......... 29c Wax Paper, large roll 23c; small roll ............ 9c l,kiured By Bull Mrs. Ernest Volquardsen, who lives 10 miles west of St. John barely es- caped serious injuries Sunday morn- ing at their farm home. Mr. and Mrs. Volquardsen went to their barn to milk and when Mrs. Volkuardsen tried to drive the bull from the barn it turned, knocking her down and tramped on her. She escaped with a badly lacerated scalp and minor bruises. She was brought to the Rolla Community hospital immediately where she is recuperating. Use water for cooling cream and milk to insnre higher quality. Thursday, May School Election To Be ! lip Held Tuesday, June'| Mrs. [ Mrs. M The annual school election In ~t| ~ot la,, Pleasant district will be held in ~'| city auditorium Tuesday Jane ;I Miss polls being open from 2 to 5 P: _~1 llrday only. The term of Nels H. Fagerla:~| lette. as director is expiring and als0 L_l Mr. term of F. A. Foley as'treasurer. ,~| visited accordance with custom one dtreC~',l last W always is elected outside the city ~,l Rolla, and the custom will prevatl~l Mod tl}is election. The holdover directr~l Inquir~ are A. ~V. Poyzer and A. A. jacobsen| Mr. [both living in Rolla. ______.~/|ed the last T] Mr. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29--ONE DAY ONLY BUY RESERVED SEATS NOW! This prod=etlm win mat h~ showm MO~am'~ ez~K ,a sd~umd I~ms...~t Iw~l Hg, l Exactly As Shown in Atlanta Premiere--2 Shows 1:3o P. M. Not Reserved, 77 inclnding tax 7:15 P. M. All Seats Reserved, $1.12, tax included CONTINUES ITS Introducing Wilson's New All-Purpose Meat! 12-Oz. Can SWEET s 2 25c Kellogg's Shredded Wheat i2~ -Oz. :s lOc Pkgs. ,o, 25c 32-Oz. es Jar In Our Produce Department LOUISIANA GRO~VN California SUNKIST gesSweet and Juicy GOLDEN RIPE Imitation Assorted Flavors or x Lbs. for SUnda, Lake. ' Fin( lost S raeyer, Dr. ors in ing wi Ag~ of Mr. day e~ birthd 8-Oz. Bottles Cakes 23 Large 21c Rolls 19c Our Bulk Candies Department ms 32-Oz. Jar ORANGE SLICES 1 Golden Bantam CORN No GUM DROPS TOMTrAT PEANUT BUTTER KISSES ........ GROCER'S MIX CANDY J S t } A , 2P " y Moore STARLIGHT Peppermint Kisses k r c Beef Stew 2 cans Ground Spices, 3 p gs. fo 2,5 ", for ........ Spc CHOCOLATE Covered Peanuts .m Potted Meats, %s, 2 cans 9c Potted Meats, ~s, 2 for 15c Veal Loaf, 7-oz. can ........ 15c Vienna Sausage, 3 for ...... 25c Sweet Pickles, 20-oz. Jar .... 23c Cracker Jacks 3 for 10c 18K Mustard, quart .......... 15c 18K Milk, tall can ............ ,,6c Palmolive Soap, 4 bars .... Pork & Beans, 16-oz., 6 for 29c Baby Ruth and Butterfingers Candy Bars 3 ,or 10c "flood As Gold" 18K COFFEE, 2-1b jar or canister ................ 49c "The Coffee Drinker's Coffee" JUBILEE COFFEE, with cup & saucer, Ib 27c COME AGAIN 14,-Oz. Bottles "With the Flavor With Crowing About" COME AGAIN RED ROOSTER COFFEE, 3 lbs for .............. 39c I NO RUB I I00 COUNT LEAN Shoe White , eSize 15c[ Paper Towels 10c @ lb. 9c BACON, Swift's lb. " 2 Ibs. for 27c lb. 8c 2 lbs. for 49-lb.bag GUARANTE'ED 98-LBS. $2.89 BEEF B~t Cuts From Quality Branded Beef llc 2 25c Lbs. for lb.