The American Legion met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Brorson Sunday p. m.
Mildred McDonald who has been teaching near Abercrombie spent the weekend at her home.
Ernest Smith spent Saturday and Sunday visiting in Grand Forks.
Earl Lien was a Fargo caller Friday.
The Grandin High School girls and grade boys played the Gardner girls and boy scouts here Friday. Gardner girls won 11 to 0, and boys were defeated 17 to 15.
Parke Pratt, an A. C. Student, spent Sunday with his parents.
W. J. Sterling and E. W. Goss were in Fargo Monday.
A number of persons attended the Ada and Argusville basketball game Monday night. Mrs. Carter was a Fargo visitor Saturday.
R. A. Stirling hauled sweet clover to Fargo on Monday.
Among the number who have had the flu are Burton Tomberg, Mrs. Mitchell and Hazel Cook.
Mrs. Marland Teal went to Cass Lake, Minn. where she will spend a couple weeks with her parents.
Henry Olson returned Saturday after spending a few days in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Stirling had a shower on Mrs. Milton Bradsteen and coffee party Saturday afternoon.
Dr. and Ms. Gowenlock and Mr. and Mrs. Kulseth went to see Fisk O'Hara at Fargo Saturday.
Orma Goss has been quite sick the past week from vaccination.
Stanley Smith of Warwick visited at his home here Sunday.
Dr. Gowerlock and family were entertained at dinner Sunday evening at the Goss home.
Mr. J. R. Stimmel and Joe Hanson purchased new radios last week.
The Gardner school will have their Xmas program Friday evening December 19.
Murray Smith of Courtney spent Sunday at his home.
The Ladies Union will meet at the home of Mrs. John Pratt Wednesday.
Gardner Independents defeated the Grandin Independents 48 to 17 here Tuesday evening.
Jim Veitch and son of Argusville were in Gardner on business Monday.