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_Thursday, October 31, 1940 TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR, ROLLA, N. DAK. I PAGE THREE I NEWS OF MYLO COMMUNITY Miss Kathryn Martin of Dunseith called on Mrs. Dave Franek at the :K. Campbell home Sunday evening• Mr. and Mrs. Nat Graber and fam- ily of Wolford rural were supper! guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Graber Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Anfinson and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jemtrud attended the show in Rolette Wed- nesday evening. Ole Omvig reports picking dande- lions at their farm Sunday, which is rather unusual for this time of the year, as was also the thunder" and son, Eldred, to I MYLO RURAL Espe and Mrs. Arthur Millang at- tended a quilting bee Thursday for i ] Carl Anfinson is repairing the ce-tlle Little Prairie Ladies Aid at the: Minnewaukan.ment wails of his basement and is borne of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kirkwold. Sunday wh¢,re they spent the after- being hlped by Andrew Aamodt. noon and evening with Mr. and Mrs.! Mr. and Mrs. Vernon BaxstiCom and Floyd Poyzer. I, son of Dunseith were entertained at Among the Rolla callers from hre',a birthday dinner at the home of Saturday vening were Mr. and Mrs. iMr. and Mrs. Nels Baxstrom last Andrew Anderson. Mrs. O. M. John- son, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Embertson i and Mr. and Mrs. Evert \\;Velander. Quite a number of our town folks have been on the sick list with colds and other ailments the past week. ,'Some required medical attention• i Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lewis and daughter. Luella. and sons, \\;Vendell iand-Giles, of Rotette, were supper 'guc.sts of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Johnson and lightning Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Norvin Peterson were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. :Sunday evening after spending the Sherman Anfinson Sunday evening. :afternoon at the A]ve Johnson and Father Hart of Cando called at Ole Jemtrud farm homes• the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jemtrud and Honeyford Saturday afternoon, two children made a business trip to Sunday. The occasion was Vernon's birthday dinner, his birttlday having been a few days previous. ! The Edwardson orchestra is play- 'ing for the masquerade dance to be :given at the Mylo Community Hall !Hallowe'en night. The Edwardson oreh,-stra played Friday night for the wedding dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Rangvold Johanson of Agate and a r-cor(l crowd arterldd. Mr. and .Mrs. Levi Carlwright and family of Cando rural spmt the .af- lf:l'rloon and were supper guests at the U. S. Cartwright home last Sun- ,Rev. and Mrs. P. C. Danielson were 'also lunch guests. Mrs. Arla Millang spent VCednes- day with Miss Gwen Tilfor. Ed. tlolstad, Mr. and Mrs. H. Sal- omonson attended the Farmers Union meeting in Rolette Monday. Mrs. Agnes Salomonson spent Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mr.. A. Millang. L. Kavlie took a truck load of sheep to Fargo Monday. Mrs. S. R. Cook left Monday for Grand Forks where she will visit her brother, Roy Douglas, and fam- ily. NANSON Mr. and Mrs. Russell Anderson day. were Rugby callers Friday forenoon. _i eoTh2nma  nd Alb,rt eM° °7; ;t c- Grafton Sunday. o.Mrs. Fred oHosmer (Sylvetta i!- Mr and Mrs Thomas Howe sold 2 - I . . r_ . - Ellen Schell and Herman Bishop l.rj of Du s_i h r-turnM hom 'In ,..,'hn,,o in ',n,a{,n tn t-ho Pov i lJea Sunday to attend the centen- attended a surprise birthday party her mother Mrs. John Gores when .''" '..f,'"'.';',.',;, n al rally in the afternoon " "   x ' " , " r,eva- ,,,., ,,,, v-.:,,-s .............. ', • _ -glVon for Mr. and Mrs Louis Hagen ,h. "ent to Dunselth to attend the  ..... , ,,,.,, ,,, ,Phi,, ,,,,1 ,h, a c rs" O. M. Johnson entertained at in Bisbee Sunday. Homemakers Council held at Dun- 'i;?oneg'ing;'"i')'ol£'/;>Son"Tuesda;. x.off^ee ?artyl, Friday afternoon,^M[s: ; Mr and Mrs. F A. Moore were seith Vt'ednesday: She will remain Mr and Mrs. Harry Harris and Lois • ,,.-r m**,, at. ,,*=,,, t.u..,  D'-,,- -,--- ----" .... --a at her mother's home toy a visit. I" f.^A + *h h,, ,,¢*,1 t,v th -- lea''e'lna slort timeand"M'r;F--," the "evening of fun" party at the George Davidson of Rugby spent i Howes. Moore Mrs. ,-'if. V. 'Anderson" firs. Community church. Friday afternoon and was a supper i Mr. and Mrs. Leland Holmly and W. A.' Small. Several other i'nvited I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Embertson guest at tne nome oI sllr. anti .irs. ]family Mr. and Mrs. John Braaten guests were unable to attend l were in attendance at the linen show- u. j. Armstrong Tlaay. l a-a f:milv Mr and Mrs Halvor Mrs C P. Schell and sons, Lyle}e given for Mi Ella Thingvold at U. S. Cartwright and RoberttAustriem and Harriet of Rugby and and 1Raymond were business callers the Carl Thingvold farm near Barton Sholes went to Pleasant Lake Sun- n,w,t nd n- vlaenan wer Fri- In Rolla Thursday. i Sunday. Miss Whingvold is a cousin day to spend the day at the home da"'eve'nin'visi'tors att"he Hellicki Richard, Sewart was a weekend of Mr. Embertson. of 5It. arid !rs. Lloyd (;ault. tlaagenson'home.  i guest at the A. F. Loften Iarm near Mrs. H. E. Norem served for LDR .lr. and Mrs. ay Heuens re- i,th,. Th**nn h hon holnin,i trnod I,rda emng from Grand Umbria. at Ox Creek Saturday. "-" " ' ,, ,he xe,,,,, w,,,ne r Kofe tn ReleaSe, Mr- C B Stevenson Opal and ,_,a .............. Forks wher Mr Heddens attended ......... -- 1Kenneth were entertained at supper bu.iY':sancalei/:natC:;dia were loiette sesgions of the school officers section for a uw a=#,. - .... ! - - " " .....  Y" e " Mr anu Mrs lussell Anderson at the Pete Eupe home Sunday, even- of th North Dakota Educational As- • ..... ' .... t in- Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Moore were in sociation While in Grand Forks were Nmette caners baturoay. They[ 'Ir. and Mrs. O. M. Johnson, Doro- Dei!s Lake Saturday where they Mrs. Heddens visited at the home of purcha:sed a new range while they I thy and Jay were business callers in purcnase(1 a new car and Sunday her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. were tnere. I Rushy ,ntav ney were sinner guests of Mrs. Alice T S LeTourneau Joe Lunde has been a visitor at Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Poyzer accomp- ,e "s and attended the Rebekah Mr. and Mrs. Gust Carlson and the Ehner Hanson home. i anied Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Poyzer supper there m the evening, family spent last Sunday evening The Nansen commmunity was I mrs. F. R. Beck had as afternoon visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs shocked to hear of the sudden death.- .......... coffee guests Saturday Mrs Isabelle Nls Baxstrom " " of Grandma Lunde Saturday evening•: Collins, Mrs. W. A. Small, Mrs. Sher-! Floyd Miller spent from Vednes- " , man Anfinson, Mrs. Walter Marsh dav until Friday evening at the U | l El | l, and Mrs. C. J. Rousseau. S. "Cartwright h'ome. I li ,.uua ,-.. oounson Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Graber enter-; Norval and Sherman Anfinson i rained at a lovely birthday dinner i went to the Gleason mines near Velva Candidate for Sunday for her mother, Mrs Fred i Saturday to get a truck load of coal .... . .... re-election Kensinger, hi,. and Mrs. Wm. Zentz i Rinehart and Robert Neameyer of _ land three children of Zion and Mr. ithe CCC camp at Kramer spent the Rolette County and :Mrs. Fred Kensinger and famiiylweekend at the home of their par- _ !of Blsbee. . l ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Neameyer. | Superintendent ! Mrs. M: V. Andersen entertained[ Lloyd Gault of Pleasant Lake spent , i cue bociai yircie memoers at her lthe day at the Urea Cartwright home = of Schools nome unflay afternoon. Tweive iMonday members and Mrs. C. J. Rousseaut" "------ and Miss Bertine GilJe as visitors lli'l.l'.lirll"  were present. After a delightfull a=.aa., = social time Mrs. Andersen served I Mrs Joe Cots was a guest of Mr PHONE 476 For Prompt Ihqivory Your vote and support will be appreciated at the General Elec- tion, November 5. Pd. Pol. Adv. Chief Justice W. L. NUESSLE Candidate for Re-election as Judge of the Supreme Court of North Dakota• Has served effi- ciently for 18 years. Able Honest ImpartiM ON the NO-PARTY BALLOT Pd. Pol. Adv. lunch. _ ........... [and Mrs. Arthur Seem Sunday. rs ete kiemz and nany ot ilS- te " worth's ent .... or .__I Vlda Pe rson spent Sunday with p aturaay t enoon wltn Edna Evens. Mrs. T. R_?Irab2L. e' .... ! Dewayne and Jack Peterson Loyd r:ana XV lancl r C I nrate ner,  . ' • -- ." -. _ _ A "alt and Leonard Mlllang bought seventh birthday last %Veunesaay ann la load of scra  iron from Kirkwoid's F iin her honor her mother served i^-- r ^ - v ; r tltU U ii.Y. [ lunch to Mrs Carl Anflnson and tlola 'r ................. : ' --- I ua .v rt*un spelt the weeKena with and Miss Bertine Gilje. ana re-[o, e,h eeived many lovely gifts from friends *'"Al'len'"Ke'l'l'- Arthur Seim an- -- i and relatives. 1 - - Y, , a Ar- ..... lthur Cota went to Will Bryant's I Mr. and Mrs Gee campbell an(i " " _ •  , farm Sunday where Mr Kelly pur- Lvle Schell were r)uslnoss callers ln ..... " " : • " " "  i chased a riereiord sire. Rugby Friday. tlalvard Landsverk returned Sun- Mrs. C. P. Schell had a very happy day from a trip to Northwood where i surprise Friday when Mrs. August he attended and took part in the Bucholz of Rock Lake rural came to spend several hours with her. Mrs. "Spillequands sterne" and also the Bucholz and Mrs. Schell went to "Telelaget" in Minot. He was an school together ill. Island Lake town- overnight guest of hlr. and Mrs. Kirk- wold Sunday• ship 30 years ago and had not seen Gwen Tiller spent the weekend each other ince then. They had with Mr. and Mrs. L. Kavlie. lost track of each other for the past 22 years. Mrs. Bucholz Was Miss Mrs. Henry Dietrich and son, Roy, Mildred Smith before her marriage left Monday for Iowa where she will and moved into Canada, later moving visit with her daughter, Mrs. Lew ire Towner county where she has Glesner. lived since and they were unaware Mrs. Harry McDermott and Mrs. that they were so near each other Tom Kirkwoid visited Gwen Tel- until Mrs. Bucholz saw Mrs. Schell's for's school at the Lockhart school name in the Star. She also went house Friday. out to see Mrs. Gee. Reed, a sister Mrs. C. Handeland visited witlG of Mrs. Schell. Mrs. Elmer Espe Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Brightbill and Mr. and Mrs. L. Kavlie entertainec daughters, Lorraine and Gerry, of at clinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Gil- bert Medlang and family and Gwen Cando spent from Thursday noon Tiller. until Friday night in Mylo visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Poyzer and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holstad, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Foss, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Evert Welander. Mrs. O. M. Ness and Mrs. Adolph John Seem, Mr and Mrs. Pete Carl- Kangas of Cando and Mrs. H. J. son, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kirkwold and Johnson of Bisbee were guests of Lilly Clifford attended the rally at the Bottineau Lutheran church Sun- Mrs. R. J. Honeyford Wednesday. I day. They also called on Mrs. R. W. Stew-, art, Mrs. M. V. Andersen, Mrs. J. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. E. Welander, Mrs. K. Campbell and Myer had their daughter, Hetlen, Mrs. F. R. Beck. christened. Miss Tilford and Mrs. O. Handeland were sponsors. Mr. Star Want Ads Bring Results and Mrs. John Myer had their infant son, Denver, christened. Mrs. Bud , Anderson and Mrs. E. Myer were VOTE FOR I I im John A. Stormon Candidate For States Attorney of Rolette County Your Vote and Influence %Viii Be Appreciated Pd. Pol. Adv. sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ander- son had their infant son christened Harold Arthur. Mrs. John Myer and Mrs. O. Handeland were sponsors. Rev. P. C. Danielson officiated. Miss Gwen Tiller was an over- night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kirkwold Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McDermot and family visited Sunday with Mr and Mrs. L. Kavlie. Mrs. Idella Bishop visited wlth Mrs. C. Salomonson Monday. Mrs. E. M. Holstad, Mrs. Elmer LIGNITE ANOTNER TRUAX.TRALq CHAMPION L I G,N I TE Velva /ignite is your asurance o[ a quick starting, long burning fire, coupled with real economy of operation. Its truly luxurious KT.U. content is ecchimed in thousands of Northwest homes . . . and Velva is available in all d!lsired sizes: lump, ell, stove, domestic stoker nut and -- screenings for industrial use. GIVE US A RING FOR €ONtMDIATE EIERVltE ON A TRIAL TON OF VELVA LIGNITE I W. M. Elliott Elevator ROLLA, NORTH DAKOTA li Hi / II II Star Want Ads Bring Result i', Illl Star Want Ads Bring Results. # the NEW FORD V'8 the BIG car with the little price tag G & H MOTOR CO. ROLL&, NORTH DAKOTA Ill I I I I ? /' Hey, Kiddies! 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