1917 Arthur

Arthur Anglings 1926 Hunter Herald

February 11, 1926

Fred Williams is spending a few weeks at Hot Springs, Ariz. and Texas.
Miss Alice Vosburg of Kalamazoo, Mich., is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Vosburg.
Mrs. J. A. Burgum and son L. S. Burgum, Mr. and Mrs. Amber Wagner, Mrs. Swan Classon and family were visitors Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson's farm home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hunt arrived from Casselton to make their home at Arthur. He is the new depot agent.
There were no services at the Methodist church Sunday. Rev. L. R. Burgum being detained at Washburn, N. D.
T. O. Burgum and Tom Stewart autoed to Woods Sunday.
Mrs. H. J. Wagner returned from St. Lukes Hospital where she has been a patient for three weeks in improved health.
The royal Neighbors of Silver Star Camp will initiate a number of candidates at their next meeting, Feb. 18.
Miss Emma Nelson and Frank Johnson of Eagle Bend, Minn., are visitors here.
H. H. Farnham has completed his course at the State U and has received his degree of Bachelor of Commerce at the close of the first semester.
The American Legion Auxiliary met Sat. evening at the home of Mrs. J. Burgum. There were seventeen members present including members and invited guests. Lunch was served by the hostess assisted by her daughter, Miss Marjorie Burgum and the collection was $4.30.
The home talent play put on by fourteen young people was a great success for the benefit of the American Legion. The men's quartet and the Girls Glee Club directed by Miss Eleanor Roberts were enthusiastically received. Much credit is due Mrs. C. A. Johnson president of the Auxiliary for her tireless efforts in behalf of the play. Thursday the playmakers took their play The Early Bird to Erie where they had a large and appreciated audience.

March 11, 1926

Miss Lena Schur observed her 76 birthday at the home of her niece, Mrs. C. A. Johnson and a number of her relatives attended the party given in her honor.
There are several candidates out for the post office and the civil service examinations will be held in May for the same.
Altred Smestad has been called to Harvey owing to serious illness of his mother.
Mrs. Chas. Parkhouse is taking treatment at St. Johns Hospital.
Mrs. T. J. Ross returned Sunday from Montrose, Minn. where she attended the funeral of her youngest brother Thomas Dugan.
Mr. Harry Farnham will entertain the American Legion auxiliary Thursday.
L. Burgum, manager of the Farmers Elevator and Mrs. J. S. Burgum returned Saturday from Winnipeg. Mr. Burgum played in the Grain Men's band of North Dakota, who broadcasted a program from Winnipeg Friday afternoon.
Rev. Leslie Burgum was married to Miss Blanche Gustafson in Fargo February 25th. Rev. Burgum resumed his studies at the University and Mrs. Burgum returned to her duties at Washburn where she is employed in the County Superintendent's office.
The Royal neighbors of Arthur, Silver Star Camp, are planning to entertain Hunter Camp next Thursday March 18 at the town hall.

March 18, 1926

The Royal Neighbors are planning a St. Patrick's day party to which Hunter Camp has been invited on Thursday at their hall.
An electric mangle and electric washer has been installed this week at the good Samaritan Home.
Laurence Mendsen has opened a cream station in the building formerly occupied by the Farmers State Bank.
Emil Hellberg of Fargo, formerly of Arthur, was visiting friends here Sunday. He is now working with the Northern Trust Co.
Ms. Herbert Lee and daughter Pearl of Enderlin are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Faltz.
The village election resulted as follows: Village council reelected: T. J. Ross, L. W. Heiden, Fred Williams, L. Bettschen, Ed Wilhelm. Assessor: L. Nodvedt. Marshall: Hans Martinson. Clerk: I. S. Roberts. Treas., Ben Helland.
Mrs. J. S. Burgum, L. S. Burgum, and Joey Burgum were guests at Sunday dinner of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Vosburg.
A surprise dinner party was arranged for Walter Robert by his mother and sister on his eighteenth birthday Saturday. Ten of the H. S. Basketball team and subs were invited. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilhelm and Mrs. Albert Viestenz were Fargo visitors Thursday.
Mrs. Reuben Phillips and children, Lyle and Florence, have returned from Bismarck where they visited her sister Mrs. James Hyland.
At the March meeting of the School board the present teachers were reelected.
Mrs. J. B. Thompson and Mrs. Ben Burmesiter entertained eight couples of the Whist club who reside on Sunrise Hill, at six o'clock dinner on St. Patrick's day. The dinner was served at the Thompson and the card party was held at the Burmeister home later.
Mrs. L. W. Heiden, who has been quite ill with asthma, was taken to St. Luke' Hospital for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Murch have moved to town and are living in the house formerly occupied by Ben Burmeister's family.

Contributed by Steven Pueppke

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