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Thursday, May 23, 1940 TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR, ROLLA, N. DAK. PAGE ITEMS OF Mrs. C. O. Carlson and daughter,' Mrs. M. E. Lilleby were callers in Mi- not last Wednesday. Miss Louise Mossestad spent Sat- Urday evening v/siting fr/ends at Ro- lette. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Reed of Rolette visited Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hopkins last Wednesday evening Modern heated apartment for rent. Inquire of Warren Munro, Rolls. 38 Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jolliffe attend- ed the Junior-Senior Prom in Cando last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turcotte spent SUnday visiting relatives in Devils Lake. Finder please return set of keys lost Sunday night to William Wid- ~aeyer, Rolls, N.D. 38 Dr. and Mrs. Paul Reed were call- ers in Langdon Sunday evening, visit- ing with friends. A group of friends met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jolliffe Sun- day evening at a party honoring the birthday of Henry Turcotte. Eyes examined, glasses fitted. Dr. A. A. Toring, optometrist, Carring- ton, will be at Vendome Hotel, Rolls, l~on., May 27. Lowest prices. 37-38 Mrs. C. L. Ankeny and Duame, Mrs. James Jolliffe and Arlene, and Miss Mary Johnston spent Saturday in Mi- ~ORevt Stuart A. Parvin drove to Mi- not Wednesday and attended the dis- trict Methodist conference. Rev. Par- Pin spoke on "Evangelism." Mrs. Fred Darling and son Bobble, Misses MarJorie Mott and Betty Elli- ~)tt were callers in Devils Lake on ~aturday. Dr. Wold of Devils Lake will be in Rolls at the Vendom~ Hotel on Tuesday June 4. See Wold and See t~etter. ' 38-39 Miss Marie Allard spent the week- end as the guest of her brother-in- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1)ePoe of Belcourt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gailfus and family spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hoerer of Picton township. Mrs. E. E. McDougall of Picton township and daughter, Jessie of l~olla, spent last Thursday afternoon in Cando. Standard weight felt-base rugs, INTEREST ey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Marry of Dunseith at dinner Tuesday evening. The occasion was Mrs. Fol- ey's birthday. Ray Lebrun recently purchased the home owned by Mrs. Anna Lo, across from the Fairmont Creamery. Mr. and Mrs. Lebrun have been making their home in the Lo residence for some time. Mrs. H. O. Olson entertained the members of the Entre Nous bridge club last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. E. M. Jacohsen won the high score prize and Mrs. J. P. Widmeyer was awarded the traveling prize Mrs. G C. Billeter and son Ralph of Elmhurst, Ill., arrived on the train! last Thursday, and are visiting her I)rother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Penny and other rela- tives. J. R. ~;eppler returned Monday night from a week spent transacting business in Fargo and Jamestown He also visited with his brother-in- law and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wes: Elston in Sanborn. Mrs. Truman Koppang of Spokane, Wash., arrived Sunday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. I~oheny. Mrs. Koppang came to New Rockford by train and was met there i by Mr. Doheny. ! 1 i A. E. Munro and daughter Sal y,i accompanied by Misses Betty and~ Mary Los Mockel drove to Brandon, i Man., last Thursday returning to Rolls Friday. The young ladies took part in the musical competition festi- val in Brandon those two days. R. E. Green of Sarles was a busi- ness visitor in Rolls Monday. He is selling his store at Sarles to E. K. Kopriva of St. John, and will return to Cando to assume the management of the grocery and meat market de- partment at the Canfield store Farmers Attention! More groc- eries for your eggs at the Red Owl r R:::al Idjthe, s Anna Menard drove to Bottineau on Thursday for the nurses' graduation. Miss Hazel Juntunen, daughter of Mrs. John Juntunen of Rolls, is one of the graduates. Word was received here that little Monty Johnston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Johnston of Seattle, Wash. was discharged from the hospital on Rolls Community Church Stuart A. Parvin, pastor Sunday school at 10 a.m. Join us as we study God's Word in this sea- don. 11 a. m., Morning worship. The pastor is preaching a series of ser- mons that have been popular. This week the topic is "Some Things God Can't Do." The text is found in St. .John's (~ospel 11:39. The power ef God; is it limited? Yes, in many ways we limit ttim from doing so many things. J~sus asked the man by the pool, "Wilt thou be made whole?" lu many cases our lives are small be- cause we have failed to let God have His way. 8 p. m. Baccalaureate sermon for the Rolls high school. The Seniors will take charge of this service. A group from the school will sing an anthem. Arthur Azure will sing a solo. The pastor will speak on the theme, "Are You A Time Marker Or A Trail Blazer?" Today the people who go to the top are not merely time markers. They have within them the urge that sent people from the east over the wilderness to settle this great western country -- they were Trail Blazers. St. Joachim Church Fr. A. H. Rondard, pastor Week day Masses, 7 a. m., at the hospital chapel. May evening devo- tion 7:30 a. m., on Wednesday and Friday. Saturday, first Community Catechism class at 3:30 p. m. Sunday, Low Mass at 8 a. m. High Mass at 10 a. m., followed by Benediction. The sermon will beon "Jesus Cures the Syrian Girl." longed to Mrs. A. T Sumner. The Elliott home at the north of town is rented to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce John- son who moved there the first of the week. Mr. Johnson is with the state highway department and they will make their home in Rolls this sum- mer. Modern heated apartment for rent. Inquire of Warren Munro, Rolls. 38 Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Andersen drove to Devils Lake Sunday evening and left from there on the train. Rev. Andersen left for Rochester, N. Y.) where he will attend the General As- Tuesday night Mr. Na,~,geli remained in Grafton overnight attd Wednesday he and Mrs. Naegeli, who had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mohagen of Grafton, return- ed to Rolls. Mrs. Jessie Lemon of Westlorne, Ont., arrived in Rolls Sunday, called here by the death of her sister, Mrs. Win. MacRuer. She was met at Dev- ils Lake Sunday by Mrs. Fred Ross- cup, John A. Stormon and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Flumerfelt. Mrs. Lem- on will visit here with her sister, Mrs. Fred Rosscup. a niece, Mrs. Flumer- felt; also with other relatives in Manitoba before returning to her home in Ontario. Joe (;efroh of Rolls, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gefroh and John of St. John drove to Devils Lake and attended the funeral services Tuesday morn- ing conducted for Marianna Gefroh, 74, who died Sunday afternoon at her heine in Devis Lake. Mrs. Gefroh was the mother of Andrew Gefroh of St. John, and grandmotber of Joe Gefroh of Rolls. She was horn in Odessa, Russia. She is survived by s brother,-one sister, four sons, three daughters, 30 grandchtdren and 11 great grandchildren. Arthur Mundy drove to Winnipeg, Man., last Wednesday evening, re- turning to Rolls Thursday with Mrs. A. A. Mundy, Mrs. G. A. Young, Mrs. L. D. Wrentmore. Mrs. Mundy and Mrs. Wrentmore had been visiting at the Young home for a few days. Fri- day Richard and Billy Mundy and Mrs. Young took Mrs. Wrentmore to Devils Lake and she left on the train fro" Portland, Ore., where she will Join her husband and make their home. Mrs. Young will remain at the Mundy home for a visit before re- turnlng to her home in Winnipeg. Roils Study Club The last regular meeting of the Rolls Study club was held at the L. S. Hopkins apartment Thursday evening with Miss Lyda Johnson and Mrs. Roy Solherg hostesses. Tlfe work that is being done at the playground was discussed during the business meeting. Mrs. Ben Schei, R. N., Ro- lette county public health nurse spoke on "Infant Mortality in Rolette Coun- ty," and Miss Clara Nesseth read a paper on "Infant Industry, the Quin- tuplets." Jlmmie Elliott gave a de- clamation. The annual club picnic will be held at the playground June 6. The committee in charge is Mrs. Edward Mongeon, chairman, Mrs. L. S. Hopkins and Miss Mary Allen Ken- $4.98. Gamble Store, Rolls. 38 May 11. The baby had spent many sembly of the Presbyterian'church. nedy. ............. -,,^ ~,,,.,o,.,, 1 fter bein so- Mrs. Andersen accompanied him as William iockel, wno was In Ivnno~ weeK~ m ~-~ .,,ovi~a. a _ g ............. ~)n business, spent the weekend at his verely scalded by hot coffee. ~ar as ~e~ wmg%~mn., where sue Rolls Woman's Club ...... n ...... el Fred Mill remame(1 to visit ner parents ~ev -- ..... '-r me~'i-- ^f *h^ ~ SOme in Rolls returningto ml ot Mesuames Win. ~OCK , - -n~ ,._ _ ~ ..... ". . ~ [~u,~ ~ -s ,, ~ ~ ~,,,,,~ ' Marianne a u ~vivs &nuersen expect ~o return to , $unday evening er, A R Beardsley and ..... ...... Woman s club was held at the home Mrs Charles Soboltk and Miss Sa-Miller" and Donna Mann drove to r~la prissy, may 31. . .. _ . of Mrs. C. R. Jacobsen May I7. After her Donna mrs. c. D Duame and ~rs. byte ' ~lie .Iolliffe anent Sunday in BottineauBrandon, Man., Friday w e . . (, .......... a a~,,~,~,~, r~ ...... e r~,,~, the business meeting a round table v:-':" ,~;- ..... : ...... -1 *riendaand Marianne students of Mrs. Milt- "~";'J ........ ~ ..... ~'"~ ...... .~'~Z':~ discussion on the study for next year lmlHng wlI:n rt~l~tLJv~ ~uu L ' " e i LaKe accompamed Mr l)uame to ttoi- '~ ......-,, ......... *-o* the homo er took part in the musical romp t- . ...... .. _ was led hy Mrs. Luba E. Johnson. "-~x w~,~ u,,,,,~- s,,~-~ --~ ' rned he laeriaay night Mrs Lmame ann . e~ ~,- o-,~ x~ ~ ~ v~n~e tion festival They retu t .. ~. : ._ . ._ After the meeting Mrs. Oscar HJelt - ,,, ..................... - - ,__" ~vlrs uurry ann i)orene spentthe ~--e~ *~'e -*~*^ ~'-'-'*^"* m"si- "hi^~" ......... "endin- same evening. : ......... p,a~ u , ~ ~a~v c~a~w~ u ~ w ~. Among me l-~olla peopte all. ~ ........ weeaeno in l~Oila returning tO I)eVllS ~'"~ ~,~n~" -* *ha ~*~*,~ -nnventin- Wh;~ th . i r rein in Cando last it your eyes are Trouollng you, Lake x~rtth M,~ecl~,~ ~ L anken. "~" ~ o ~ ..... : ........... ,~e Junior-Sen.o P .............. ..~ .1.. -,,~n ,n see Dr Wold of ~'-- % "2.U" ;:" ......... ,'~- "~" ~--'- .- was the final regumr meeting of the -aursuay evening were sir. ann lvlv~, yuu ~1, u,, ,w-- ~-. " .. =. ano J. w riowson wno went on [o ..... -- ..~_1 ._:1, .... 1 ~ ,~.^ , ....... a 1-,_~,^.,~. ,~.. He Wll| be at me yen- - - - , .... i S~::~f~O~J[. A plUlllC ~(l[[ c~u~tllue t,~ ~. R. Bearasiey, v'. A. l~oley axis a.~v. ~v~,~ .~,,=. . .... Arthur on ousiness.Mesflames AUK-club activities --ntil all ~I en ard i domeHotel,Rolls Tuesuay June u , Gre g , ' _^ ~ eny and Howson returned to Rolls on " Farmers Attention! More groc- 4th. ... . .~ ~-~ Tuesday. I ............... Mr and Mrs ~narms e'avreau Om toc redl Cries for your eggs at the Red Owl . , " s ~k ~ ~ctng sale of type- _ ~tore 38 Clarence Eller and Burdette Leer, of writer carbon paper went over with ~| |~ ~ the local IGA store drove to Mmot on a ban " " " .... e last " g but we still have a few boxes~m~ ~.=~ ~ ~|~|$HED iFr~2::nnJaY~e2e ~r~l~e~av:~r~m the Sunday where they attended an IGAleft at 25 per cent discount. Remain- _ _ , e, district convention Mr and Mrs ~n sur 1 stock1 " - " din "' - " g p us , 'ncludes one box Foxholm CCC camp. He is spen g r ~ / " ~. ................ Mr ~ , ~ 8 ~ xl3 Carter's Midmght' three box-~ ~l~m~~ 1~ a~ reau also visited their daughte us pica[Ion wits um paiwl~ . . Minot State , ' " : a~a ~,.o ~,~, ~,wno~ ~f Rolls rural Corinne, a student at the es Carter s Midnight 8 xl 1 ; one box " '' ' ' ' ................. " .......... . . _"Teachers college. Carter's Security 8xll' two boxes ~~~'lr~l)|~ o Mrs Laura Grove accompamea ny ............ ' l~I-- .L' ..._ =' o reand Max Mr and ~rs. metwn ~acAtee ann Coup 8xll. Check your supply. ~l~r-1~6~Atd~om($,N.o. rs v'. u. riannon, Le no - " , '' ino', ~o~,~,~ .--~, e,'i~nao in Cart son Monte drove to Bryant, S. D., We won t be overbuying again so Wri'ht'Man "Sunda~ af'ternoon and Friday to attend the high school grad- here's your chance to save some men ................................................... . ~'. ' " ~ uation of Donald McAtee a brother ey. Turtle Mountatn Star. 38 ....... , ~ [ ~venln it' g' . of Melvin McAtee. They returned to C.L. Ankeny, J. W. Howson, Tom- | ~ ~ ]J | ~]1 lift L ~ ][~ [ Joe W Murray C A Baker ann x, - , .- _ .... Rolls Sunday, accompanied by Don- my Haggar and W. W. Naegeli re- '~euman Sanford drove to Ivllnot tas~ . ...... aid who went on to Dunseith and turned to Rolls the first of the weektC .... # DI:DAID .~FDVI(~I: ~hursday where they attenaeu the will work for his brother, Frank, infrom a fishing trip to Nestor Falls, ~'::~ts~'n'~D';t .....~.- ~orth Dakota state Funeral Directors ,~,~ ;-~e-~ Ont They went to Nestor Falls Fri-i .............. ~._.-- ,~,,-- ~*,~ ~Onventlon. . . Orvtlle'Nesheim of Minot, accom- day evening. Messrs. Ankeny, .How-] R "r'~-~pST~-a'rX:o~Olla.. T~*I.I '~ Permanent waves make race grass- nanied bv Misses Mavis Earl and son and Haggar returned to l~Olla on [ ...... bon gifts. See us about s.pecial, Margaret McMaster, students at the , , ,, ,,,,,,, |rices until May 31. Hagen beauty Minor State Teachers College, came ........................... ~hop, Phone 49, Rolls. 38 to Rolls Saturday evening. Mr. ~~*~:=~=~=~===*=~=~m~=~====~-----~---~----- , Mrs. Willis Lawston and Marlys, Nesheim was a guest of Tommy Keeg- ~rs. John Gardner and Mrs. William an and the young ladies visited ati TkW !_17 ~'~ ~l' 'r~ll~W~ !,1' ~l tierg and Betty of Rolette spent Sat- their homes. They returned to Mi-I k [M | | l | - I fit] | _ ~rday in New Rockford visiting Mrs. not Monday morning. ] ~ Jl~ ][~ ~ ~t ~ ~ ~ I'Iarold Stokes. Mr and Mrs. Warren Elliott and toMrs C. D. Earl and sont herDehner' family moved Monday to the house ok Mrs. Sadie McDonald o on Main street which formerly be- W#a h~v~ ~n~lnd~d fht~ ~r~ll l~n~wn l~na n~e Vfln ~Ome at Perth last Wednesday eve- " ............................................. - RADIO DEAD? Sing. Mrs. McDonald had been a guest at the Earl home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Male and ihrs. John Dense spent Sunday visit- g Mr. and Mrs. X. Casavant of orne, the parents of Mesdames ale and Dense. . The Dunseith Theatre is showing Gone With The Wind" June 9 and 20. Matinees Sunday and Monday at :15, evenings at 7:30 p. m. Seats Sserved for evenings only. 38 d Word was received in Rolls of the ,eath of William J. Ellison of Kil- larney, Man., who died May 6. Will- ,spa Ellison was a brother of Thomas "1. Ellison Sr. b Father Rondard drove on church ~USiness to Willow City Sunday after- ~tn. He was accompanied by Mother ~e~i, Miss Rose Anna Menard and "xaYmond Menard. Mrs. Laura Grove, Mrs. F. C. Han- ~o~ and Miss Vera Homer were call- ~s tn Rock Lake last Thursday after- 0on. Miss Horner visited her par- ~ts and Mrs Grove transacted busi- ~SS. : t' heading glasses, $3.95, examtna- it~oinCluded. See Dr. A. A. Tor_ing, q raetrist of Carrington, at Ven- 2~~e Hotel Rolls, Monday, May th. ' 37-38 Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Foley and sou "~Obby Jay, were guests of Mrs. Fol- took Mom and me to see the play. Lil, oh, she had to go! swell new boy friend. I sure enjoy that play i'cept in that last When them ghosts seemed to be :ing all around. Sure 'hough I forward to the day when graduated. Think of all the ings people say to you, and the gifts and things you get. Sure great! Daddy says, sure to doings at the Community Sunday night, says he's going Some kind of a sermon, I Just a't think of that name, Daddy it, but I guess it's alrlght. I so anyway. Well, me and my family says, best of luck to mg people who are being ity Fair lingerie and hosiery. Hosiery at popular prices in all the newest summer shades. Lovely gifts for graduation. Friday and Saturday MAY 24-~ Paul MunL Jane Bryan, Flora Robeson, Un~ O'Connor IN "We Are Not Alone" Also MARCH OF TIM~ "CANADA AT WAI~" Sunday-Monday-Tuesday MAY 26-27-28 (Sunday Shows 2t30, Y mud 9 p. m.) priscilla, Rosemary and I~la Irene, Gale Page, Claude Rains, and Jeffrey Lynn In "Four Wives" Wednesday and Thursday MAY ~}-30 Geraldine Fitzgerald, Jeffrey Lynn, Gale Page, Gladys George In '% Child is Born" Also "RUBINOFF AND HIS VIOLIN" I I III Phone 49 Rolls, N. D. Boy oh boy, is it good ! it is real chocolate fudge, and lots of it, folded into FAIRMONT'S de- licious Vanilla ice aream. TRY IT TODAY! Att~end blusical Festival Mrs. Fred D. Miller and a group of her piano and voice pupils went to Brandon, Man., Friday and entered the Western Manitoha Musical com- i petition festival. The pupils all made a creditable showing. They had the pleasure of broadcasting over the Brandon radio station, CKX. John Goss, a well known English baritone ~and concert artist was the adjudicator !at the festival The following is a list of the pupils and their numbers: iMarianne Miller, elementary piano, "The Clock," Kullak; Sally Munro, junior piano, "Fairy Huntsman," Dunhill; Betty Mockel, intermediate piano, "Moment Musicale," Shubert; Mary Los Mockel and Sally Munro, piano duet. "Horn Pipe," Campbell; Betly Mockel, girl's high voice, "Shepherdess," Tatton. Finds Ohl Calendar Joe Landry was in the Star office Wednesday, displaying a unique cal- endar which he found recently among things at home. It was an, 1888 calendar pad, very small in size, but complete in every detail. It was manufactured by Cussons, May & Shephard of Glen Allen, Ca., under a patent dated February 15, 1881. Picnic At Pe~ace Garden A meeting of the Peace Garden In- ternational Schoolmasters' club was held in the amphitheatre at the Inter- national Peace Garden last Sunday afternoon with 125 people present. L. A. White, Mtnot, superintendent of the public schools addressed the group. They enjoyed a picnic dinner at 1 o'clock with the meeting begin- ning at 2 o'clock. Contributors Listed The following is a list of the names of persons and business places of Rol- ls who donated to help the Rolla l baseball team get equipment: Jacob- sen Hardware, Dr. M. Greengard, Rol- ls Mercantile Co., LeBrun Store, Mongeon's Variety Store, J. W. Mur- ray, B. A. Brockob, L. F. Clark, Red Owl Store, H. C. Guenther, W. W. Naegeli, Mourn Cream Station, War- rent Elliott, Turtle Mountain Star, Dr. W. L. Rothlisberger, Herb's Bar- ber Shop, A. Marcotte, White Way Barber Shop, B. W. Stoug~ton, Char- Illl II I Ill TRIP DELAYED We wish to announce that we will not be able to get to Rolls until the latter part of this week. Anderson Nursery Co. Devils I~ke, N. D. PHONE 40 Lowest Price~ On Quality Foods! FOOD SALE GO1A)EN TREA No. 2 CORN 2 15c SERV-WELL No. 2 PEAS 2 c .s 25c FAIR~VAY , Tomato Juice 3 , ans 32 C.~4.oz,. PINK 1-1 b. Salmon 2 al, 27c Lbs. 10 ,or 53C SERV-WEL~ Peanut Butter i ii I i ii 5 - Big ,s- 5 MAY 24 TO 29 SEE OUR CIRCULARS! FAIRWAY Wheat Flakes 3 Pkgs. ,or 25c Matches e .ox . on 15C Wax-Rite Pint Tin 39c PRODUCT~ OF Macaroni Per Pkg. 5C FAIRWAY Cake Flour 19c Grape Jam 4JI rb 39c l~rg~ Head I~rge Bnneh Medium Per Doz. Per Doz. SEE OUK CIRCULARS THE LEBRUN STORE Rolls, North Dakota bonneau Care, Gamble Store, M. L. Bailey, Fortune Martell, Turtle Moun- tain Creamery, E. J. Charbonneau, Arne Larson, National Tea Store, D. E. Roberts, A. W. Poyzer, Fred Dar- ling, William Halone, Fred Wayne, Lyle ~V. Carrie, Neally's Care, an~ C. L. Ankeny. Star want ads bring results. May 24 to 29 Inclusive Golden yellow "Pines" with that real distinc-'~cll tive "Piney" aroma and flavor. Each Size 80. Bright Golden Arizona Seedless. Each Sweet, tfer ndl~rflan dr d~l, icio u sly , Lbs. d~ Pu d) for ~DC S z 288 Fancy Sunkist. Thin easy to peel skins almost burst- ing with sweet golden juice. Per O~ IOCKLIISS ?ICNICS VAN CAMP'S EVAP. 8 ~-Oz. Cam 2~k: ~DWIQI T~a MEAT 19 DELICIOC~ Pkg,. FLAVORS B~4DRD T~ SU1T YOUR TASTE See Our Large 4-Page 18th Birthday Sale Circulars for Many More Holiday Bargains ?i ii, <