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PAGE EIGHT TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR, ROLLA, N. DAK. Thursday, October 31, 1940 ;:!!i ii!!! i!i  : + /i i!i  !/! WITH DUNSEITH REPORTER Attend Auxiliary Round-Up--- The following ladies went to Ro- lette Thursday afternoon to attend an annual Auxiliary Round-Up: Mrs. M. A. Wahlberg, Mrs. Joe Lamour- eux, Mrs. Teal, Mrs. Bill Johnson, Mrs. Joe Poliquin, Mrs. McHugh, Mrs. Alf Horsman, Mrs. Henry Sun- derland. Mrs. John Myhre and Mrs. Bill Fassett. This is an event which takes place each year and this was for District 3. After the program the Rolette ladies were hostesses for a tea which was served to all of the ladies present. Past Matrons Meet The Past Matrons of the OES club met at the home of Mrs. Chas. %Vat- kins Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Ed- ith Salt of Grand Forks was a special guest of the club. The afternoon was spent socially after which lunch was served by the hostess. U Delt M (lub-- The U Delt M club met at the home of Mrs. A. F. Pickens Friday after- noon. A dessert luncheon was serv- ed by the hostess. Mrs. Ray Murry received high score and Mrs. W. E. Wright hold second high score. Mrs. Joe Lamoureux substituted for Mrs. W. E. Hosmer. Birthday Club--- The Birthday Club met at the home of Mrs. Lionel Lamoureux Sat- urday afternoon. The party was held in honor of Mrs. Henry Sunder- land. Mrs. Lloyd Dolan of Antler was an out of town guest. Lunch was served by the hostess. M and M Club-- The M and M club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Camp- bell Wednesday evening. Mr. and l Mrs. Chas. Watkins substituted for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sunderland. Mr. Watkins received high score for the men and Mrs. LeRoy Eriekson received high score for the women. Lieut. Erickson received the travel- ing prize. Lunch was served by the hostess, Mrs. W. P. Campbell. Students Entertalne4--- A scanvanger hunt was held at the cross roads Saturday evening with Mrs. Henry Btbeau, Emerson Murry and Douglas McDougall as hostesses. About 25 high school students were present and a good time was r, ported by all, especially on the scar- anger hunt, Party At Smaatorium-- Rev. Stuart A. Parvin of Rolla gave a party at the Sanatorium for-the employees and patients who are able to be up on exercise Thursday even- ing. Rev. Parvln gave a talk before the games were played. Miss Grass- man directed the games in the ab- sence of Mrs. M. L. Castleman. Mrs Jack Hosmer, Mrs. A. "W. Poyzer, Mrs. Melvin McAtee and Mrs. Parvin of Rolls assisted with the lunch which was served at tho close of the party. Benefit Barn Dance--- The trustees of St. Louis Catholic church will give a barn dance for the benefit of their church Monday, Nov. 4, at Earl Fassett's barn, one- half mile north and one-half mile east of Dunseith. The public is cor- dially invited. Mrs. Lloyd Dolan and daughter, Arlys, and son, Lloyd, of Antler drove to Souris Saturday where Noyes Cor- nell accompanied them here. Mrs. Dolan and children were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cor- nell Saturday. Mrs. Henry Sunderland and Mrs. Annie McMillan visited with Mrs. Natty at Bottineau on Friday. Eddio Olson was a caller in Rolla on Monday, Arlene Nelson took the bus on Saturday to Mayville where she is attending the teachers' college. Miss Nelson had spent the past week visit- ing with her parents here. Alice Dregge went to her home at Tunbridge Friday evening. Miss Dregge returned here Monday morn- ing with her father, S. Dregge. The following people attended the Presbyterian Ladies Aid Supper at Omemee Thursday evening: Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Campbell and son, Allan, Mrs. Cora Horsman, Mrs. M. A. Wahl- berg and daughter, Marjorie, Mrs. Glen Shelver, Mrs. Joe Lamoureux, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Murry, Mrs. Chas. Watktns, Mrs. W. E. Wright, Mrs. Henry Sunderland, Mrs. Alf Hors- man, Mrs. John Myhre and Mrs. McHugh. Mrs. Leo Lamoureux and children returned home Monday evening from Wlldrose where they had been visit- ing with Mrs. Lamoureux's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Aaberg. Mr. Aaberg brought Mrs. Lammoureux and children here, returning to his home on Wednesday. Mrs. John Bedard, Iris Bedard and Mrs. Johnny Myhre and children went to Rolla Saturday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Stadheim and family, returning home on Saturday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Danielson and Mrs. Iver Lo attended a quilting party at the home of Mrs. Theo. Kirkwold Thursday afternoon. Lunch was served by the hostess. Meyer Quam, Ormal Kester and Virgil Bailey spent the weekend at their homes here. returning to their employment at Langdon on Monday morning. Hassel Olson and Willard Cornell accompanied Chas. Severs of the San- atorium to Fargo Thursday to visit with friends. Dorrine Poliquin came home Wed- nesday afternoon with Mrs. Albert Wilson, Mrs. Teal, Mrs. W. E. Wright and Mrs. Alf Horszffan. Because of a teachers' meeting at Grand Forks. Dorrine did not return to her school werk until Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dupois visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Poliquin Sunday even- ing. Miss Poliquin returned home with them. Mary Bengston spent Sunday at her home at New Rockford, visiting with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hunter and son, Donald, of Crystal came Wednesday evening to visit with Mrs. Ormal Kester and daughter and Mrs. Ern-i est Dailey and son, Bobby. Mr. and l Mrs. Hunter and Donald returned home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Guy Skeim of Rolla visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Murry Monday afternoon. Mrs. Cora Horsman, Mrs. Steve Cook and Mrs. Joe Lamoureux went to Grand Forks Monday. John Hart of Rolla visited with friends here Sunday evening. Mr. Guenther, Frank Fitzharris and Mike Coghlan of Rolla were business callers in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hunter and son Donald, of Crystal, Mrs. Ernest Dail- ey and son, Bobby, and Mrs. Ormal Kester aild daughter were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Darling Friday. Dorrine Poliquin spent Saturday evening with Alice May Murry, re- turning home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. R. D. Morlan of Carbury was an overnight guest of Mrs. A. F. Pickens Friday evening. Mr. Mor- lan came for Mrs. Morlan Saturday. Mrs. Harry Douglas accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Iver Lo to Fargo on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lo went on to Minneapolis from there. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Castleman and daughter, Eva, of Rochester, Ind., visited with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Castleman Wednesday noon and af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Castle- man and daughter also visited the Peace Garden. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson and fam- ily were dinner guests of Mr. and] Mrs. Quay Rohrer at the Peace Gar- den cafe Sunday. Carrol and Ruth Deeter of Rolette spent Saturday evening with Corrino Wilson. Carrol and Ruth accomp- anied Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stordalon to their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stordalen were dinner guests of Mrs. Jennie Deeter. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Richard took their son, Junior, to the Bottineau hospital Monday where it was found necessary to operate for appendicitis. Mrs. Richard remained with Junior. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Blatt of Kansas! City, Mo., came Saturday afternoon to visit with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. BlatL Mr: and Mrs. J. D. Blatt are on their way home from a trip to New York City where they had also visited with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Blatt left for their home in Kansas City Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hill, Bernice Marsaa and Alvin Marsaa visited with their brothel', Ben Marsaa, here Sunday evening. The following ladies were after- noon guests of Mrs. A. F. Pickens and guests of Mrs. Pickens at the Lutheran Ladies Aid supper Wed- nesday evening: Mrs. R. D. Morlan of Carbury, Mrs. Art Adler, Mrs. Melvin Jacobson and Mrs. Fitz Fohl- fled of Bottineau. Jerry Molgard spent the weekend with his parents here, returning to his employment at Wolverton, Minn., Monday morning. His brother, Dean, returned with him to visit until Tues- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Blatt and Mrs. S. E. Blatt drove to Brandon. Man., Monday afternoon on a sightseeing trip. Mrs. LeRoy Erickson was on the sick list the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Art Adler of Botti- Nash Coffee 25c Lb, Buy Your Winter's Supply At This Low Price! Citron, Lemon, Orange Glaeed Peels 25C 3 Pkgs. for ..................... Grapefruit 10C No. 2 can ...................... Kellogg's Shredded Wheat 3 Pkgs. for ..................... 25c Rm,o 39c 2 Large Pkgs. fox" ........ Camay Soap 170 3 Cakes for ................... Ginger Snaps 20C 1 ,ai-Lb. pkg ................... Log Cabin Syrup 32 Large call ..................... Small can ........... 16 I'AIMEIL'--'We are paying 23 for fresh eggs. FRED ROSSCUP, Prop. Dial 424) -- We Deliver neau were evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Pickens Sunday even- . ! ing. Joe Poliquin shipped a carload of cattle to St. Paul, Minn., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morlan, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Quam and, daughter visited with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mar- tin and Mr. and Mrs. Elza Martin and daughter, Kathryn, Sunday af- ternoon. Mrs. Bill Gottbreht took Corrine Wilson and Marilyn Gttbreht to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bailey for supper Monday evening. Mrs. Jess Wilson visited with friends at the Sanatorium Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dolan and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sunderland Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cornell took their son, Noyes, to Souris Sunday evening. Mrs. E. Lamoureux returned to her home Monday after spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Murry. Mrs. Lamoureux is much im- proved in health at this time. Mrs. V. P. Campbell and son, Allan, were business callers in Botti- neau Saturday. Joe Lamoureux was on the sick list Saturday with the flu. Lloyd Dolan cafi]e on the bus Sat- urday evening to take Mrs. Lloyd Dolan and children home. Mrs. Radley",]k[rs. John Hiatt, Mrs. Geo. Gottbreht anMrs. Henry Sun- derland attended a omemakers de- monstration at Rolla Monday after- noon. Dale Gottbreht went to Minot on Thursday for a load of coat and Mr. Gottbreht also visited with his sis-' " ter. Mrs. Elmer Ytreland, returning ..... home Sunday afternoon. Martin and Thomas Monson of! Mylo visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Grassman Sunday evening. It is estimated that trees planted and maintained by North Dakota farmers co-operating in the 1939 agricultural conservation program would make a shelterbelt a quarter of a mile wide from Jamestown to Fargo. Star Want Ads Bring Results II RECIPE OF THE MONTH ;" The "Fifth Avenue" girl Has a recipe That's sure-fire ... 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