Erie Etchings
1911 Hunter Herald

January 12, 1911

 Wanted to buy. Cattle, hogs and sheep for shipment. I pay cash and the highest market price. If you have any for sale write or phone me. August Bolmeier, Erie, N. D.

July 27, 1911

Edith Whitman was a Fargo caller one day last week.

Mrs. E. S. Dows and son Percy spent Wednesday in Grand Forks.

The Misses Vosburg and Mrs. Webb of Arthur attended the party Friday evening.

A party of young folks came down from Galesburg Friday evening to the dance.

Miss Bessie Hudson was the guest of Miss Florence Sampson a few days last week.

The many friends of Elmer Nelson are glad to welcome his smiling face back again.

Mr. and Mrs. Willard spent a few days last week at Mrs. Willard's sister's home north of Page.

Harry Mosher spent a few days in Fargo last week visiting his brother Arthur who is in the hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. Bingham and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rutherford autoed to Fargo one day last week to take in the big fair.

The Ladies dance given in the A. O. U. W. Hall was well attended. Good music and a good time was enjoyed by all.

The many friends of Arthur Mosher were very sorry to hear of his sudden illness and all hope for a speedy recovery.

Miss Eru Crothers came down to Fargo last Friday evening and was joined by Miss Ethel Hill of Erie where they will Sunday together.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hill, Miss Kate Cameron and Mrs. Alex Cameron were a party from Erie who attended the Winnipeg fair for a few days.

A young man and his lady friend drove through town Sunday evening and were showered by their friends with old shoes, rice, corn, and alfalfa.

The Misses Bessie and Maud McKey came up from Fargo Friday to attend the party. Miss Bessie returned home Monday and Miss Maud will visit a few days longer.

Mr. and Mrs. Barr, Miss Minnie Elson went down to Fargo Thursday noon to see the fair and also saw the play ̉The Flower of the RanchÓ which they enjoyed very much.

Mrs. Tom Sampson and little daughter Lois visited Mrs. Church, Mrs. Sampson's sister, at Hunter Thursday. Miss Lois stayed over to visit her cousin Beryl Church and returned home Tuesday.

Shurlie Goodspeed is the guest of his father R. Goodspeed at the Dows farm. Mr. Goodspeed, Jr. came from Spokane and stopped off on his way east where he will visit several of the eastern cities and his mother who lives in New York City.

November 9, 1911

Professor Hollis of the Valley City Normal will on Monday evening, Nov. 18, give an address in the hall at Erie, in behalf of the school interests. County Supt. J. W. Riley will also take part in the meeting. There will be musical numbers by the school children and others. After the program there will be a general reception. Everyone is invited to attend. No admission charged.

Newspaper Extractions submitted by Steven Pueppke.