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] t Thursday, October 31, 1940 ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Funk, St. John, Oct. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sobolik and Son, Ronald, drove to Bottineau Sun- day for a day&apos;s visit with friends. Mrs. Grizilia Charbonneau and son, Amie, of St. John. were business callers in Rolls Monday. Don't miss the Coleman Days at Munro Motor next Monday and Tues- day. Free service and real bargains. See our adv. in another column. 9 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Flumerfelt and sons spent Sunday in Banner- man. Man., visiting .Mrs. Flumerfelt's father, Villiam McRuer. D. Drewes of Oxford township re- turned last Tuesday after spending tWo weeks visiting relatives in Iowa and Wisconsin. E. M. Anderson and daughter, Miss Twila. and Miss Helen Byre drove to Minot Friday to take merit system examinations Saturday. Mrs. D. A. Roberts accompanied them and spent the time visiting at her home at DesLacs, also returning to Rolla with them Saturday. Among the many people who went to Langdon on Tuesday to see the football game between Rolla and Pembina were Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Penny and daughter, Joy, of Rolla, Verlin Penny and Charles Van Hoof of Belcourt They w-re guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Abrahamson for supper and during the evening. Mrs. Oscar Hjelt entertained the members of her Birthday bridge club Monday evening at a party honoring the birthday of Mrs. A. R. Beardsley. TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR, ROLLA, N. DAK. Rolla Weather I Rolla Community Hospital Patients Admitted: Mrs. Etienne Casavant, Thorue - C-iving high and low teml)eratures' and lJr'i|)itati(,r irl hundledths of an inch. ['.eadings ;tt 6:30 I)- m., cBvering lrexiGus 24-hour period. Max. MIn. Pet. October 23 .......... 61 24 0 October 24 ....... 64 35 Tr. October 25 ................ 57 32 0 October 26 ................. 57 32 0 October 27 .............. 51 43 0 October 28 ................. 4S 41 .45 October 29 .......... 41 30 .02 (A. A. .IA(2OBSEN STATION) I marriage licenses, Oct. 27, were married by Judge Coghlan the same day in a double wedding ceremony, with one (:ouple acting as witnesses for the other. EIh,r - Boucher Miss Lydia Boucher became the reeding ewes, 500 for sale. Priced to sell. V'. T. Bosley, Rugby, N.D. 6-tf Thee. B. Fagerlund left Tuesday morning on a business trip to Doyen and Grand Forks. He expected to return Wednesday evening or Thurs- day morning Attention Newlyweds! Give us a little down and we'll feather your nest. Furniture on the installment plan. Gamble Store, Rolls, N.D. 9 Karl Theel and Edward Mongeon drove to Devils Lake last Tuesday to take their medical examinations prior o their solo flights as aviation students Henry Drewes, who is an instruc- tor in the Edinburg high school, spent the weekend at the home of his par- cuts, Mr. and Mrs. D. Drewes in Ox- ford township. Miss Cathleen McLennan went to Devils Lake Friday, returning to! Mrs. Charles Munro won the high score prize and Mrs. A 31. Marchand rceived the consolation prize. Mrs. John Stormon received the traveling prize. Dr. J. H. Hoskins of VCahpeton and his mother, Mrs. \\;V. J. Hoskins. of Granite Falls, Minn, drove up from Wahpeton last Friday even- ing and spent until Sunday visiting friends and looking after business interests here. Mrs. Hoskins was a house guest of Mrs. A. A. Mundy while here. Mrs. Peter Link, Dunseith Betty Lou Wilkie, Rolls Mrs. Henry Herrala, Rolls J. J Mullett, Perth K. Rosscup, Perth C. A. Green, Rolla Toivo Valikai, Rolla Otto Huddunen, Perth Mrs. H. Kolberg, Bisbee Mrs. I)ean Mann, Rolta Patients Discharged: Frank Naegeli, Rolla Roland Kessler, Hansboro Mrs. Fred Gottbreht, Dunseith Mrs. Walter Martz, Rock Lake Berniece Mickelson, Perth Glen Johnson, Dunseith Jacob Laviolette, St. John \\;Vm. Metcalf, Dunseith Mrs. Herbert Longton, St. John ttenry Disrud, Rolla bride of Clarence Eller Monday morn- ing at a nine o'clock ceremony per- formed at the Catholic church by Rev. A. H. Rondard in the presence of a few relatives. A sister and brother of the bride, Miss Yvonne land Alfred Boucher, of Thorne, were !the attendants. The bride, who is i employed at the Rolla Bakery, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bouch- :er, of Thorne. Mr. Eller is a son of Mrs. John Eller, of Rock Lake, and has been employed at the IGA Store for some time. Following the Spero Manson went to Grand Forks wedding ceremony, a wedding dinner Friday and returned Saturday ac- was served to immediate relatives companied by his son, Spero, Jr. at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. Manson had gone to Grand Forks Mr. and Mrs. Emil Boucher, of for an examination of his hand which Thorne. Mr. and Mrs. Eller will be was injured during hunting season. His hand was near enough healed so that he returned to work Sunday evening with his son, John, who is employed on the Great Northern rail- road at Osnabrock. Rolla Sunday. Miss McLennan took the merit system examination while[ Miss Laura Olson deputy county here l superintendent of so'heels, and Miss The Presbyterian Ladies Aid will Inga Medlang, accompanied by four serve their annual Harvest IIome Rolla high school girls, Misses Jen- Supper in the city hall, Wednesday, nie Olson, Marjorie Mort and Betty Nov. 6 serving to start at 5 p. m. t and Mary Lou Mockel drove to This is to be a fried chicken supper Hutchinson School No. 1 of which: and the public is invited. 9 Mrs. Charles Rice is the teacher, to  x,  1 .,hu, ..... l attend a basket social Friday even- entertained guests at dinner last g. The m gn sen.eel girls presentea ............ Ifour musical numners tor entertain w e(mesoay evening, l ae UV.L I " . - ment durmg the evenmg were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Richmond t - If your eyes are troubling you, you will do well to see Dr. Wold, Optometrist of Devils Lake. He will be at the Vendome Hotel, Rolls, on Tuesday, Nov. 5. 8-9 Right Rev. Msgr. Andrieux of Bottineau was an overnight guest at the Catholic rectory Sunday Msgr. Andrieux gave the Benediction at the closing of the Mission-revival Sunday evening. The Mission was Mr. and Mrs. Edwin T. Juntunen and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Naegeli. Mrs. C. R. Jacobsen and daugh- ters. Marjorie and Marlys Ann, went to Fargo last Thursday for a brief visit with Mrs. Jacobsen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bowman. They returned to Rolla Sunday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Reed and baby left Saturday for Minneapolis, Minn., where Dr. Reed will attend the Uni- conducted by Father Moreau of Winn- versity of Minnesota, taking a post-ipeg, Man Father Rondard drove graduate course in surgery, ineYFather Moreau to Devils Lake Men- plan to return to Rolla in two weeks, day afternoon from where Father Moreau took the train to Grand Forks, on his way to Warren Minn., where he will conduct anoth'er Mis- sion. Mrs. Maurice Holstad, formerly Miss Lyda Johnson, was honored at a bridal shower Monday evening. The hostesses were Misses Esther Halvorson and Helen Byre and Mes- dames C. L. Ankeny, Vernon Jolliffe and Morris Thomte. The shower was given at the J. H. Neally home with Mrs. Neally assisting the hos- tesses. The gueust of honor receive<l many lovely gifts. Following a so- cial evening a lunch was served at the Neally Cafe with booths decorated in the Hallowe'en motif. Marriage licenses were issued to the following people by C. M. Cogh- lan, county judge, during the past week: Joseph J. Belgarde and Mrs. Mary Charette, Belcourt, Oct. 23; Clarence Eller and Lydia Boucher, Rolla, Oct. 25; Donald Boppre, Rolls, : and Esther James, St. John, Oct. 26; Lloyd Leonard and ,Vanda Bergin- ski, St. John, Oct. 27;Pete Brown, Hannah, and Esta Leonard, St John, Oct. 27. Mr. Boppre and Miss James were married by the Judge, Oct. 26, in the presence of Frank Stewart and Miss Helena James Mr. Leonard and .Miss Berginski and Mr. Brown and Miss Leonard, who got their Friday and Saturday NOVFMBER 1 and 2 The Community Ladies Aid will hold their annual fall supper in the City Hall, Saturday, Nov. 2. The! menu appears in another column, i Everybody welcome. 9 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haugen and Mr and Mrs. Ray Lebrun and sons drove to Langdon Sunday to spend the day. Mrs. Lebrun and sons re- mained in Langdon for a week's visit at the home of Mrs. Lebrun's mother, Mrs. George Marcelin. Mrs. L. R. Johnson and two child- ren, Robert and Betsy, went to Dev- ils Lake on the Friday morning train for a short visit at the Charles Pillsbury home. Mr. Johnson drove down Sunday and they all returned home Sunday evening. Miss Doris Oman spent the week- end in Fargo attending the Home- coming activities. Miss Oman took two Rolette county children to Fargo when she went down so that they might receive medical aid at Fargo clinics. Notice to cold storage locker pat- rons and others -- We will close at 7 p. m., until further notice, except on Saturday nights and special nights. The Fairmont Creamery Co., M. L. Bailey, Mgr. 9 Mr. and Mrs. A \\;V. Poyzer and Son. Eldred, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Poyzer of Mylo drove to Minnewau- kan Sunday for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. XV. Poyzer's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Poyzer. Mrs. Vernon Jolliffe and Mrs. Minnie Herold accompanied Mrs. Gerhart qlkie to Devils Lake Sat- urday morning. Mrs. Jolliffe and Mrs. Herold took the merit system examinations before returning to Rolls. Mrs. A. T. Johnson, county super- intendent, spoke at the meeting of the Dunseith PTA Tuesday evening. Mrs. Johnson, accompanied by Miss Laura Olson, deputy, attended the Ladies Aid supper at the Peder Carl- son home north of Dunseith before attending the PTA meeting. The Gamble Store is offering three kinds of anti-freeze; denatured alco- hol, Bonded Ati-Freeze and Pres- tone at 54 per gallon and up. 8-tf Howard Stormon took the Friday morning train for Minneapolis to Spend the weekend visiting friends. He attended the homecoming Minne- sota-Iowa football game and also visited at Northfield, Minn., where he was a student at St. Olaf College last year. Mrs. Fred Wohlfeil and daughter. Colleen, of Bottineau were guests at the home of Mrs Wohlfeil's parents M'r. and Mrs. Robert Jolliffe, F:iday. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Jolliffe re- turned to Bottineau with Mrs. Wohl- fell and Colleen for a visit at the Wohlfeil home. Dr. V/old, Optometrist of Devils Lake, will be in Rolls at the Yen- dome Hotel on Tuesday, Nov. 5. See Wold and See Better. 8-9 C. J. Gludt, Charles Bordsen and Misses Helen White, Mary Allen Kennedy, and Mabel Bateson, Rolls School instructors, who attended the NDEA meeting in Grand Forks, were among those who spent the weekend in Fargo attending the activities of the Homecoming at the NDAC. Miss Mary Wilson, another Rolla teacher, who attended the NDEA meeting, went on to Minneapolis, Minn., for a brief visit before returning to Rolls. The other Rolls instructors returned to Rolla from Grand Forks. Sir ('tiric Hard4cke, Freddie Bartholomew in "Tom Brown's School Days" Also -- DISNEY CARTOON Adm.: 10-21-34 gone for a week and will make their home in an apartment at the Theo- dore Johnson residence when they return. Rolia Vonmn's ('iub The Rolla Woman's club met with Mrs. Oscar Hjelt Thursday evening. rs. A. R., Beardsley reported on "Uraguay" and Mrs. Claude Jolliffe gave a description of "Paraguay" Plans were made to entertain the new voters on Thursday evening, Oct. 31. The next meeting will be Nov. 7, with Mrs. Claude Jolliffe, hostess. 20th Century Club The 20th Century Club met on Oct. 24, at the L. S. Hopkins home wit Margery Martineau and Esther Halvorson as hostesses. A short business meeting was held. Inter- esting topics were given by Corinne Bateson on "The W'omen VCho In- fluenced Chamberlain, Hitler, Musso- lini and Stalin" and by Twila Ander- son on "Radio Censorship". The next meeting will be held on Nov. 14, with Corinne Bateson and Glenore Disrud as hostesses. Considers Open Deer Season For Mountains A story from Bismarck last week said that Game Commissioner Will- iam J. Lowe was considering the feasibility of opening the deer season for four days this fall in Rolette and Bottineau counties. He said he had received petitions containing names of several hundred residents of the Turtle Mountains asking that the season be opened as deer are plenti- ful. Previously the season had been closed for this year by Proclamation of the governor. Mrs. Carl Anderson. Perth Mrs. John Pound, Hansboro Arnold Martinson, Bisbee Ray Crosby, Rolla Younger Teddy Roosevelt To Speak In North Dakota From a romantic standpoint, the political speech which will have prob- ably the greatest general public in- terest of the entire campaign, for Dakotans, will be the one to be de- livered at Dickinson, Saturday, Nov. 2, by Theodore Roosevelt Jr., son of the famous "Rough Rider President." The speech will be broadcast over a statewide hookup, from 9:30 to 10 p. m., Rolla time. Young Teddy, who ts supporting Willkie for president, agreed to come to North Dakota only if he could speak from the town nearest the place where his father spent so much time, the result of which has given North Dakota a partial claim to the former president. The Younger Roosevelt will fly direct from New York to Bismarck, motor to Dickin- son, and leave again for New York, by plane immediately after the speech. Star want ads bring results. Refrigeration & Radio Expert REPAIR SERVICE ANY MAgi O| MODlit PAUL STRAIT Rolha Imp. - Tel. 106 CO,LMUNITY LADIES AID Fall Supper ROLLA CITY HALL Saturday, November 2 MEN C Cured Baked Ham Esealloped Potatoes Cole Slaw Baked Corn Apple Sauce Rolls Coffee Pickles Pumpkin Pie PRICE 40 and 20 ,rving Begins at 5 P. M. EXTRA SPECIALS! Sunday-Monday-Tuesday NOVEMBER 3, 4 and 5 ($unday 8kowm 20, 7' and $ P. m.) 100 A, B, D and G Capsules ............................ $1.39 Full pint Beef, Iron Wine ............................... 50 100 Aspirin Tablets ......................................... 19 Epsom Salts, one pound for ............................ 12 Rubbing Alcohol, full pint .............................. 12 Mineral Oil, full pint .. ...................................... 34 Castor Oil, 8-ounce bottle ..... . ........................... 25 Cleansing Tissues, 500's .................................... 19 Cleansing Tissues, 200's .................................... 8 Nyseptol Tooth Brush .................................... 12 Colgate's Tooth Powder 41 Large size 1; giant size 40, both for ..................... Cue Liquid Dentifrice, 25 bottles, 2 for ........ 26 Cashmere Bouquet Hand Lotion tl6 C Large size 1; giant size 35, both for ..................... | Hind's Lotion, 50 size, 2 bottles only ............ 49 Hand Lotion, full pint for ................................ 25 Pablum, regular 50 size, only ........................ 39 Alka Seltzer, regular 60 size, only ................ 49 Sal Hepatica, regular 60 size, only .............. 49 Vick's Vaporub, regular 35 size, only ............ 27 Vick's Vatronal, regular 30 size .................... 24 Cod Liver Oil (Nor. Yellow Seal) 69 pint ...... 49 $1 Hot Water Bottle, full 2-qt. size ................. 7S Cashmere Bouquet Cold Cream, two 25 btls. 2S FREE 25d Tube Gillette Shave Cream with Olivia de Havilland, Jeffrey Lynn, 2 packages Gillette Blue Blades, only ........ 49 Eddie pdbert, Jane Wyman in Pocket Combs, each only ................................ 3 "My Love Bobbed Hair Combs, only ................................ 10 Colgate Soap, 2 bars for ................................ 9 Came Back" Mercurochrome, half-ounce ............................ 10 Adm.: 10-21 -40 Wednesday and Thursday NOVEMBER 6 and 7 Carole Landis, John Hubbard, William Gargan, Donald M(k in "Turnabout" Adm: 10-21-34 Iodine, half-ounce .............................................. 10 15 Velvet & Prince Albert tobaeeoes ............ 10 5 Duke's Mixture, 6 bags for ........................ 25 ROLLA DRUG STORE Prescriptions Filled At Reasonable Price PHONE 445 ROLLA, N. D. 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VITAMIN "Itarvest Queen" 700 Units of Vitamin B-1 in every loaf "SURE MIX" for Lighter Cakes and Digestible Pie Crust CRISCO" 45c UNIFORM TEXTURE TISSUE ILb. Pai125c