1939 Hunter Times
January 5, 1939
The Presbyterian choir was entertained at the home of Rev. Colvin on Friday evening.
Miss Ruth McLeod left last week for Bellingham, Washington to attend college there.
Erie observed the coming in of the New Year by ringing the school and church bells.
Mr. Ralph McLeod left Monday for Wahpeton to attend school at Wahpeton Science.
Miss Jean Hill is spending this week with her aunt, Mrs. Ethel Fredericks at Casselton.
Mrs. Reuben Bolmeier, who has been in Fargo the past week, returned to her home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorrian Davidson were supper gests of Mr. and Mrs. Clint McLeod Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Erle Hill and family spent New Year with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bolmeier at Fargo.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lehman were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buck at Page on New Year’s Day.
Mr. John Allen, who has been at Belt, Montana for the past two months returned to Erie Saturday.
Wallace Bolmeier had a mastoid operation at St. John’s hospital Tuesday. He is making satisfactory improvement.
Mrs. Wm. Bunemeyer of Rock Lake is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schrock for a few weeks.
A few of the young people were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mosher on Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Norling and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Pautz and son Marvin were dinner guests of Mrs. Fannie Grant New Year’s Day.
Mr. Dolson Hill, Superintendent of the Davenport school, left Monday for Davenport to resume his teaching duties.
Mrs. Willis Hill and daughter Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Hill and Herman Witt were dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. S. G. Samuelson at Wheatland Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Hill, Dolson Hill, Mrs. Willis Hill and Marjorie Hill were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKay of Pillsbury on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mickelson, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lehman the past week left Wednesday by automobile for their home in Glasgow, Montana.
The Christmas cantata that was given by the Presbyterian choir in the church Sunday evening December 25th was also given in the Presbyterian church at Galesburg Sunday afternoon.
Miss June Bolmeier a student at Jamestown College, who spent her Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bolmeier, left Monday for Jamestown to resume her school work.
Mr. Albert Ries autoed to Wahpeton Monday to take his brother James and Wayne Kyser, students at Wahpeton Science, back to school. They had spent two weeks Christmas vacation at their homes in Erie.
Mr. Wesley Bolmeier, state Representative, left Sunday for Bismarck to attend the present season of the State Legislature. His wife and baby daughter left Tuesday to join him at Bismarck. They expect to stay there for the winter.
January 12, 1939
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Lehman were callers at Mrs. Minnie Mollins Friday.
Mr. Reuben Bolmeier left Sunday to spend a few days in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The Erie Public School opened Monday January 9th after two weeks of Christmas vacation.
The week of prayer that was observed in the Presbyterian church closed Sunday evening.
A surprise party was given honoring Rev. Colvin on his sixty-ninth birthday Wednesday evening.
Miss Betty Schroeder spent a few days the past week visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Louie Schroeder.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cameron and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Mulvaney and family of Amenia.
A few friends of Mrs. William Bolmeier gave her a party on her birthday at her home Thursday afternoon.
Darlene Alberts daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alberts had the misfortune Saturday to fall and break her collar bone.
Mrs. Luella Dickson spent a few days at the farm home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hill this week.
Friday January 27th a play will be given in the Erie Hall sponsored by the Girl’s Good Deed Club. After the play there will be a dance.
Mr. Garfield Harrington of Mayville, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hill and daughter Beatrice of Erie were dinner guests of Mrs. Willis Hill Thursday.
Mrs. Willis Hill and daughter Marjorie, supervisors of the Methodist Junior League, gave a party to the Juniors at their home Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Hill, who spent two weeks at Mr. Hill’s home in Erie, returned to their home in Bigelow, Minnesota Saturday evening.
The Pentecostal Prayer Meeting was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Sloan on Tuesday evening, Rev. Brown of Valley City took charge.
A few ladies were entertained at Mrs. Oscar Paulson’s Wednesday afternoon. The afternoon was spent by playing Chinese checkers, a lovely lunch was served.
A High School party was given at Miss Ruth Hill’s home Thursday evening. The evening was spent playing Chinese checkers and Monopoly. A delicious lunch was served.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Siewerdsen, who spent their Christmas vacation at Buffalo and Breckenridge, returned to their home Sunday evening to resume their teaching duties.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hill and daughter Ruth autoed to Mayville Friday evening to take Miss Jean to the train. She left Mayville Friday by train to go to Inkster to resume her teaching duties.
Rev. S. G. Samuelson and Mr. Frank Lindsay of Wheatland attended the church services held in the Presbyterian church Friday evening. Rev. S. G. Samuelson took charge of the service.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorian Davidson and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cameron Saturday evening and dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lehman Sunday noon.
Mrs. Luella Dickson, who has spent a couple months with her son Mr. Lyle Hill, Superintendent of the school at New Leipzig, returned to spend the rest of the winter months with her sister, Mrs. Willis Hill.
Miss Joyce Nelson, a nurse at St John’s hospital in Fargo, Mr. Wallace Hill a student at Concordia College in Moorhead and Miss Charlotte Hill of Interstate Business College in Fargo visited Sunday at their homes.
Hugh and Newton Collins, Audrey, Joyce and Ralph Grieger and Genevieve Schroeder spent Saturday at Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hagen’s home at Prosper.
Miss Gertrude Mosher, who spent two weeks at her home, returned to Hunter to resume her teaching duties.
January 19, 1939
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Hines were callers in Fargo Thursday.
Mrs. Conrad and sons William and Robert autoed to Fargo Monday.
Tuesday Glenn Archer had an operation for appendicitis at a Fargo hospital.
Mrs. S. G. Samuelson and daughter Carol Jean called on friends in Erie Saturday.
Mrs. Walker Thompson visited Mrs. Willis Hill and Mrs. Luella Dickson Wednesday.
Mr. Dolson Hill of Davenport visited his mother, Mrs. Willis Hill, over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Norling were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Nutting Sunday.
Friday evening the girls Good Deed Club put on a play in the town hall. A dance followed.
Lilly and Elsie Vosgerau were supper guests at the home of Catherine Cuthbertson Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bolmeier and family visited in Fargo Saturday and Sunday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thompson and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Thompson Monday.
Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ottis, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stibbe, and Mrs. Reuben Bolmeier were shoppers in Fargo.
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid held their monthly business meeting at the home of Mrs. Ed. Norling Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorian Davidson and Miss Emma Bolmeier were supper guests of Rev. Colvin and daughter Christine Saturday.
Mrs. Willis Hill and daughter Marjorie and Mrs. Luella Dickson were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Thompson Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Siewerdsen were guests at a duck dinner Wednesday evening at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorian Davidson, and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Siewerdsen were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peach Thursday.
Mr. Reuben Bolmeier on his way home from Milwaukee stopped in Fargo for his son Wallace who had a serious operation for mastoid two weeks ago.
Mr. Lloyd Benson received word that his father, who lived in Minneapolis, had passed away. Mrs. Phil Schroeder and Lloyd left Monday to attend the funeral.
Mr. Herman Boyce preached in the Methodist church Sunday afternoon, Mr. Samuelson, the pastor, attended the funeral services of Mr. Peter Davidson of Valley City, which were held Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Siewerdsen, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Norling, and Mr. and Mrs. John Cuthbertson and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cameron Saturday evening. The occasion being the wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Cuthbertson and Mr. and Mrs. Cameron.
January 26, 1939
Tuesday Mrs. Frank McKay of Pillsbury visited with her mother, Mrs. Willis Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Ottis left for Minneapolis on Wednesday of this week for a few days visit.
Mr. W. B. Allen, Mr. H. B. Allen, and Mr. John Allen were business callers in Hunter Friday.
Miss Carol Jean Samuelson of Wheatland was an overnight guest of Marjorie Hill Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodie Johnson and family of Ayr were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Lehman Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McLeod and family of Valley City visited Sunday with Mr. McLeod’s mother, Mrs. Maggie McLeod.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Siewerdsen visited Mrs. Siewerdsen’s parents Mr. and Mrs. R. Raveling of Buffalo Thursday evening.
Mr. Haven Bolmeier left Sunday for Minneapolis where he will attend the Fairway convention for a couple days this week.
The M. E. Ladies Aid will hold a bake sale and apron sale in the H. F. Nutting store Saturday afternoon, January 28th.
Mrs. August Pautz, and daughter Mabel, and Mr. Ernest Fort visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pautz of Mayville Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hill, Mrs. Luella Dickson and Marjorie Hill visited Tuesday at Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Harringtons of Mayville.
Mr. Ernest Fort of Goodridge, Minnesota visited a few days the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Pautz. He left for his home Friday.
Word has been received in Erie that Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pautz of Mayville are the proud parents of a baby girl born Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Pautz formerly lived in Erie.
Mr. Walter Alberts and Miss Lucille Brix of Buffalo were united in marriage on Wednesday at Moorhead, Minnesota. They will make their home on Mr. Alberts farm northeast of Erie.
The Eastern Star gave a party Tuesday evening for the Masonic Lodge members and the Erie school teachers in the Town Hall. The evening was spent by playing Chinese checkers and a lovely lunch was served.
The Young Peoples Christian Endeavor Association gave a party Wednesday evening. They skated from 8 o’clock until 10 o’clock and then played Chinese checkers in the Presbyterian church basement. Lunch was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Burgum and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams of Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Schwarz of Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schur of Page, and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Tschakert of Kent, Minnesota were dinner guests last Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ottis.
The Community Club meeting was held in the Erie public school Friday evening. The program was provided by the Camp Fire Girls, it consisted of the following: Pantomine by the entire group, Piano solo by Marion Cameron, flute solo by Carol Bolmeier, the early history of Erie vicinity by Mrs. Ralph Cameron. Lunch was served.
The business meeting of the Methodist Ladies Aid was held at Mrs. John Conrad’s Friday afternoon. The meeting was called to elect officers for the year 1939. The following were elected: President, Mrs. John Conrad; first vice president, Mrs. Erle Hill; second vice president, Mrs. James Jenkins; secretary, Mrs. Will Schroeder; treasurer, Mrs. John Cuthbertson.
February 2, 1939
Mr. Leonard Larson was an Arthur caller on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Brewer were Fargo shoppers on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lehman were visitors at Page on Sunday.
Mr. Albert Schrock was a business visitor at Casselton on Thursday.
Miss Marjorie Hill was a guest of Miss Wilma Bly several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mosher and family were Fargo visitors on Sunday.
Mrs. Oscar Paulson was a guest of Mrs. Mac Hines Thursday evening.
Mrs. Luella Dickson was a supper guest of Mrs. Walker Thompson on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Larson and family visited at the Albert farm on Sunday.
Mr. Dolson Hill, superintendent of Davenport school, spent the weekend in Erie.
A large crowd attended the charity ball that was held in the Town Hall Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Hines attended church services at the Lutheran church at Arthur on Sunday.
Mrs. Art Wagner, who was taken to a Fargo hospital on Friday, returned to her home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ottis, who spent several days the past week in Minneapolis, returned to their home Sunday.
Mr. Haven Bolmeier returned to his home Friday after spending several days at a Fairway Convention in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Oscar Paulson, Mrs. Mac Hines and Miss Fern Thompson were afternoon guests of Mrs. John Cuthbertson son Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorian Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. H. Siewerdsen were evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clint McLeod Monday.
Mrs. Carl Nelson, Mrs. Ole Dokken and Miss Grace Palmer attended the shower given at Ayr for Mrs. Dale Dickinson a bride of last week.
Miss Mary Jane Bolmeier entertained her class members at a party at her home Friday evening. The evening was spent by playing Chinese checkers.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Harrington and family of Devils Lake and Mrs. Garfield Harrington of Mayville were supper guests of Mrs. Willis Hill Monday.
There were no church services in the Methodist church last Sunday as the pastor, Rev. Samuelson was called to Hector, Minnesota because of the serious illness of Mrs. Samuelson’s mother.
Miss Charlotte Hill of Interstate Business College and Wallace Hill a student at Concordia College, Moorhead, were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hill.
Mr. Harry Myers acted as best man at the wedding of Miss Lois Erickson and Mr. Samuel Fisher of Fargo which took place at St. Mary’s Cathedral, Fargo, on Monday at 8 a.m.
An International Dealers’ meeting was held at the Reuben Bolmeier store Friday. Moving pictures of Farm Machinery were shown, people from Hope, Page, Arthur, Clifford, and Valley City were present. A lunch was served.
February 9, 1939
Miss Janice Nelson gave a party Friday evening for her high school friends.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Siewerdsen were dinner guests of Mrs. Willis Hill on Thursday.
Mrs. Frank McKay and family of Pillsbury were guests of Mrs. Willis Hill on Sunday.
Several of the school children attended the Shrine Circus which was held in Fargo Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Hines were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Cuthbertson Sunday evening.
Mrs. Dorian Davidson gave a birthday party Thursday afternoon for her son Pete, it was his 4th birthday.
Mrs. Ethel Frederick of Casselton is visiting with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hill this week.
Miss Mabel Pautz left Tuesday to visit her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pautz at Mayville for a few weeks.
Ralph Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson, was taken to Fargo Saturday for an appendicitis operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hill and daughter Ruth, and Mrs. Ethel Frederick of Casselton were supper guests of Mrs. Willis Hill Tuesday.
Miss Marjorie Hill left on Sunday for Pillsbury to spend a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Frank McKay.
Mr. and Mrs. Raveling of Buffalo gave a birthday dinner Friday evening in honor of their daughter, Mrs. H. H. Siewerdsen. Mr. and Mrs. Siewerdsen spent the weekend at Buffalo and Fargo.
February 16, 1939
Mr. W. S. Allen has been on the sick list the past week.
Miss Janice Nelson was a weekend visitor of Mr. and Mrs. C. Dows.
Miles Nelson left Saturday for Fargo where he will spend a few days.
Mrs. Oscar Paulson was a guest of Mrs. Ed. Norling on Wednesday.
Dick Ries who is employed in Fargo was a weekend visitor at his home in Erie.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cameron and family were dinner guests of Rev. Colvin on Sunday.
Because of the bad storm and blocked roads, the Erie public school was closed Friday.
Mrs. Carl Nelson has been on the sick list suffering from a severe cold the past week.
The Mosher girls entertained a group of high school students at their home Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Siewerdsen were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clint McLeod on Wednesday.
Ralph Peterson, who was operated on for appendicitis at a Fargo hospital last week, returned to his home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McLeod and family of Valley City were guests of the former’s mother, Mrs. Maggie McLeod last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dorrance of Fargo visited with the latter’s father and brothers, Mr. Frank and Ries and sons, over the weekend.
Due to heavy snows and blocked roads, Mr. Arthur Mosher has been compelled to remain in Page since last Tuesday, where he is employed.
Miss Helen Cuthbertson entertained a group of her school friends at a Valentine party at her home Tuesday evening February 14.
Roy Book, who has been visiting at his home at Dickey for several weeks, arrived in Erie on Thursday and is visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. John Cuthbertson.
Word has been received in Erie that Mr. and Mrs. James McPherson of Parshall are the proud parents of a ten pound baby boy born February 9th. Mr. McPherson was formerly Supt. of the Erie school.
The demonstration for the lockers at Graff’s store that was to take place on Thursday was postponed due to bad roads. However coffee and doughnuts were served to everyone at the store that afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Siewerdsen entertained a group of friends at a bridge party Monday evening February 13th. When the scores were added up it was found that Mr. Adolph Carl had the high number for the evening.
Miss Marion Jenkins, who is employed in Fargo, was home on Wednesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins, she also attended the wedding of her cousin, Mr. Richard Viestenz to Miss Julia Kopp.
On Tuesday Mrs. Ed. Norling was hostess at an afternoon party given in her home in honor of Mrs. Ethel Fredericks of Casselton. Guests present were: Mrs. Roy Cameron, Mrs. Clark Hill, Mrs. Erle Hill, Mrs. Henry Hill and Mrs. Reuben Bolmeier.
February 23, 1939
Mrs. Fred Bolmeier of Fargo was an Erie caller on Friday.
Miss Ruth Schroeder was a weekend guest of her sister, Mrs. Ralph Kephart.
Morley Yagen was a weekend guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Goodall of Fargo.
Miss Genevieve Schroeder entertained the Good Deed Club at her home Tuesday evening.
Mr. Ralph Kephart left for Fargo Thursday where he will remain a week for treatments on his arm.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Siewerdsen were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bolmeier on Wednesday evening.
Mr. James Ries and Mr. Ralph McLeod students at the Wahpeton Science spent the weekend at their homes in Erie.
Miss June Bolmeier, a student at Jamestown College, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bolmeier.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ottis attended the basketball game between the Bisons and Sioux played at Fargo Friday evening.
Miss Marjorie Hill, who spent two weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank McKay at Pillsbury, returned to her home Thursday.
Mrs. Walter Stibbe returned home Thursday after spending several weeks at the home of her parents in Clara City, Minnesota.
Mr. Arthur Mosher, who is employed in the Page Bank, spent the weekend with his family at Erie, he was unable to get to Page Monday because of blocked roads.
Mr. Wallace Hill, a student at Concordia College, Moorhead, and Miss Charlotte Hill of Interstate Business College were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buck, Mrs. Swain, Mrs. Minnie Mollins and daughter Catherine of Page and Rev. Brown of Valley City attended the funeral service of Mr. W. S. Allan on Friday.
Mrs. Hans Robertson was hostess at an afternoon party Thursday, the guests were, Mrs. Clint McLeod, Mrs. C. Dows and Miss Kate McLeod, the afternoon was spent playing Chinese checkers.
Mrs. Jacob Lehman gave a birthday dinner Wednesday in honor of her granddaughter, Betty Cameron, on her 10th birthday, guests were: Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Siewerdsen and Patty Morrow.
Mrs. Roy Bailey of Missoula, Montana, who has spent a few weeks in New York, also in Chicago visiting with her daughter, arrived in Erie Monday to spend a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Marshall Sloan.
Mrs. Carl Nelson and son Maurice attended the wedding of Mr. Elmer Nelson and Miss Marion Tonn in the Arthur Lutheran church Monday evening. Maurice was the best man at the wedding.
March 2, 1939
Ruth and Virginia Mosher have been confined to their home with sickness, at this writing, Ruth is better but Virginia is still on the sick list.
The Erie Community Club meeting was called off this month due to the weather conditions. They predict a bigger and better program for March.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Schroeder returned home Wednesday from Missoula, Montana, where they had been visiting before the Thanksgiving holidays.
Mrs. Mac Hynes entertained at a checker party Thursday afternoon; guests were Miss Fern Thompson, Mrs. John Cuthbertson and Mrs. Oscar Paulson.
Reuben Bolmeier sponsored an International Harvester exposition Tuesday afternoon, for the farmers. The Erie band played and educational pictures were presented.
Cledith Dows, Burdette Mosher, Maurice Nelson, Devro Palmer and Conrad Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. John Bissett and family attended the girls’ tournament at Buffalo Friday evening.
Messrs. Haven, Reuben, and William Bolmeier Sr. and Melvin Ottis motored to Bismarck Sunday, they attended one day at the North Dakota Legislature, they returned home Tuesday.
Mr. Dolson Hill, Supt. of the Davenport school, was a supper guests of his mother, Mrs. Willis Hill, Friday evening, he was accompanied to Erie by Shirley Schneider, Alice Stenhjem, Norma Haugen, Lila Johnson, and Eveleth Solberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorian Davidson were Page visitors Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hill and Mrs. Ed. Norling were Fargo visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. Luella Dickson has been confined to bed for the past few days due to illness.
Friday evening Miss Fern Thompson was a supper guest of Miss Marjorie Hill.
Catherine Cuthbertson was a supper guest of Lily and Elsie Vosgerau Sunday evening.
Wallace Bolmeier and Billy Bolmeier attanded the basketball game at Arthur Friday evening.
Mrs. James Jenkins left Tuesday to spend several days with her mother, Mrs. Vosburg at Arthur.
Mrs. William Powers went to Fargo to receive medical aid Thursday, she returned home on Friday.
Saturday Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Siewerdsen attended the girls’ basketball tournament held at Buffalo.
Robert Hesman, principal of the Kathryn school, who was confined to bed with the measles, at his home, returned to his school work Monday.
Carl Nnutson left for his home at Detroit Lakes, Minnesota Wednesday, where he will visit for several weeks.
Mrs. Jacob Lehman was an overnight guest of Mrs. John Conrad at Fargo Sunday, she returned to her home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bergman, son Buddie and daughter Gloria Ann were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Schroeder Sunday.
March 9, 1939
Mr. Marshall Sloan was a business visitor at Hunter on Monday.
Mr. Reuben Bolmeier and son Wallace were Fargo visitors Thursday.
Miss Fern Thompson was a supper guest of Mrs. Willis Hill Sunday evening.
Claude McGovern and Ralph Kephart were business visitors at Valley City Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Morrow and family were dinner guests of Rev. Colvin and family on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Schroeder and Mr. Harry and John Alden were Casselton visitors on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Moffatt and son Lowell were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cameron and family were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cameron.
Miss Janice Nelson was a supper guest Friday evening of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. Dows.
Miss Gertrude Mosher, who teaches in the Hunter school, spent the weekend at her home in Erie.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thompson and family were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bergman Sunday.
Mrs. H. H. Siewerdsen gave a party for her group of Camp Fire Girls at the school house Monday evening.
On Saturday afternoon Mrs. Oscar Paulson was hostess at a birthday party in honor of Mrs. Minnie Hendricks.
Mrs. James Jenkins returned to her home Friday after spending a week with her mother, Mrs. Vosburg at Arthur.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ottis attended the basketball game between the University and the AC at Fargo Friday evening.
Mr. Henry and daughter Ruth and Miss Elaine Malchow autoed to Mayville Tuesday evening to see the basketball game between Jamestown and Mayville.
The Junior League was entertained at the Willis Schroeder farm home Friday evening. The evening was spent in playing games and a delicious lunch was served.
Mrs. Hans Robertson, Mrs. Mac Hines, Mrs. John Cuthbertson and Mrs. Oscar Paulson gave a surprise birthday party to Miss Fern Thompson Saturday evening, they gave her a Chinese checker board for a gift.
March 16, 1939
Mr. John Alm and soy of Ayr called on Erie friends Monday.
The girls Good Deed Club gave a party in the Town Hall Wednesday evening.
Mrs. James Jenkins was a guest of her mother Mrs. Vosburg of Arthur on Tuesday.
Miss Ruth Hill spent the weekend with her sister Miss Jean a teacher at Inkster.
Mr. and Mrs. Shellman of Galesburg were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Sloan Tuesday.
Mrs. Henry Yagen visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Doe, of Hunter Thursday.
Mr. W. R. Kyser who has been sick for a few days was taken to a Fargo hospital on Monday.
Miss Marjorie Jones of Page is visiting a couple of weeks at the Harry Alberts farm home.
Mrs. John Conrad who has been in Fargo for the winter returned to her home in Erie last week.
Some of Mrs. Ole Dolken’s friends gave her a party Saturday afternoon on her seventy-third birthday.
Robert Grieger a student at the Valley City state teachers college, spent the weekend at his home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bolmeier and daughter Mary Jane and Mrs. Melvin Ottis were Fargo shoppers Tuesday.
Mr. Roy Book spent two days the past week at Hunter doing carpenter work for Mr. and Mrs. Roland Doe.
Mrs. W. L. Schroeder left Thursday for Minneapolis, to attend the funeral of her brother-in-law, Mr. Johnson.
Miss Margaret Beith who teaches at Leonard was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Beith.
Several members of the Erie Masonic Lodge attended a meeting of the Masonic Lodge at Buffalo, Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Raveling and daughter Harriett of Buffalo were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Siewerdsen.
Rev. Leslie R. Burgum of Fargo eastern N. D. district Superintendent of the Methodist church will preach in Erie Sunday afternoon at 2:30.
On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Oscar Paulson entertained at a Chinese checker party; Mrs. Robertson, Mrs. Mac Hines and Miss Fern Thompson.
Mr. Harry and John Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Walker Thompson autoed to Dilworth, Minnesota Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr. A. B. Butler.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bolmeier and son Billy and daughter Mary Jane and Mrs. Melvin Ottis attended a basketball game at Jamestown College Thursday evening.
Rev. R. Colvin and daughter Christine and son Foster, Mr. Marshall Sloan and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Siewerdsen attended the church supper at Ayr Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bolmeier and daughter returned to Eire Wednesday from Bismarck where they had been the past two months as Mr. Bolmeier was the representative from the 11th district.
Mr. and Mrs. Cy Miller who have spent the winter in Los Angeles, California, returned to N. D. last week and were guests of Mrs. Miller’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lehman for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cuthbertson, Mr. and Mrs. Erle Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Siewerdsen spent the evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cameron on Friday. Games were played after which a lunch was served.
Mr. Clarence Pautz and daughter Marlys and Mrs. Garfield Harrington of Mayville autoed to Erie Sunday. Mrs. Harrington was a dinner guest of Mrs. Willis Hill and Mr. Pautz a dinner guest of his mother, Mrs. August Pautz, they were accompanied to Erie by Miss Mable Pautz, who had spent the past two weeks in Mayville.
March 23, 1939
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cameron were business callers in Fargo Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bolmeier and family were Fargo shoppers on Saturday.
Mrs. Frank McKay of Pillsbury visited Tuesday with her mother Mrs. Willis Hill.
Rose Nell Nelson of Ayr was a weekend visitor with her aunt Mr. Carl Nelson.
Mrs. George Dell of Jamestown was a guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. James Beith the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Siewerdsen were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Raveling at Buffalo.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schrock and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Schroeder.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones and family of Page were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alberts.
Mr. and Mrs. Dolby and daughter Barbara Ann of Fargo were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Brewer on Monday.
Burdette Mosher, a student at Valley City State Teachers College, was a weekend visitor at his home in Erie.
Haven Bolmeier, Maurice Nelson, Rose Nell Nelson and Burdette Mosher were callers in Fargo on Sunday.
Rev. Colvin and daughter Christine and son Foster were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cameron and family Saturday evening.
Rev. Colvin, daughter Christine, and son Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hill, Mrs. E. I. Norling, Mrs. Willis Hill and daughter Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Lehman, Mr. Harry Allen, Mr. Marshall Sloan, and Mr. and Mrs. Cramer and daughter Jacqueline attended the revival service held in the Presbyterian church at Galesburg Sunday evening.