Gardner Gossip
Gardner Items 1925 Hunter Herald


January 1, 1925

Gardner, Dec. 14 (too late for last week) Mrs. B. Carter left Thursday to spend a few days with her daughter Erdith in Detroit.
Mrs. Minor Haworth was a Fargo shopper Wednesday.
A shower was given at the Frank Larson home in honor of Johanna Vinje a bride next week.
Dr. and Mrs. Gowenlock were in Fargo Friday.
Mrs. Wm. Pratt and son Parke were in Fargo Friday.
The Gardner High School girls and Boy Scouts played an exciting game of basketball with the Grandin boys and girls Thursday the 19th. Our girls won 23 to 1 and the boys were defeated 15 to 13.
Agnes and Gladys Reid, teachers, are spending vacation at their home here.
Anton Orvick returned Friday from Minneapolis, where he shipped his last car of stock.
A very large crowd was entertained at the Xmas program given by the school children Friday the 19th.
Cora Smith is spending Xmas with her parents.
The Fargo A. C. Engineers and the Gardner high school met in a game of basketball on the Y. M. C. A. floor Friday night and our team was defeated by the score 30-20.
Miss Jenson is spending a few days with Mrs. John Floberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sterling and Earl Goss were Fargo visitors Saturday.
Hazel Cooke was in Fargo Saturday.
Mr. Eklund who has been Ass't. Cashier in the State Bank has left for his home at Page.
Mrs. Ed. Kniseth was a shopper in Fargo Saturday.
Earl Goss was in Hunter Thursday and Friday.
John Hill returned to his home Saturday after spending a few days in the Twin Cities.
Mr. and Mrs. David Teal are spending Xmas with Mrs. Teal's parents at Fisher, Minn.
Yeomen held their meeting last Wednesday evening to elect officers.
Mr. and Mrs. Goss and daughter Orma were entertained Sunday at the J. D. Pratt home.
Cora Smith and Bernice Reynolds went to Fargo Sunday evening.
Wilbert Humphrey was a Fargo visitor Saturday.
Stephen Niblack, who is attending the high school here left for Owatonna, Minn. to spend Xmas with his father.
The teachers left Sunday for their home to spend Xmas vacation. Miss Nygaard went to Ada, Miss Ulrick to Minneapolis and Miss Worman to West Fargo.
Elsie Dewerff and Helen Burmeister students of the high school here are spending Xmas at their homes west of town.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Prichard were in Fargo Saturday.
Herbert Friend was a Fargo caller Saturday.
Mae Anderson is spending her vacation with her parents.
Lidvar Rynning of Fargo spent the weekend at the A. E. Cook home.
The Hunter and Gardner Independent teams played an interesting game of basketball on the Hunter floor Saturday night. Our girls won with a score of 12 to 3 and the Hunter boys won by the close score of 23-22.
A. E. Cook and family were entertained at a dinner Sunday given at the B. D. Mitchell home.
Edith Carter of Detroit is visiting at her home here.
Harold Prichard and family and Marland Teal spent Sunday evening at the Skouge home.
Among the Fargo visitors Monday were Lenard Waterfull, Minor Hawock, Earl Grege, and Ralph Olson.
The Mapleton Independents were defeated by the Gardner team Monday.
Alva Cleveland spent a couple of days in Fargo.
Sam Colwell was in Fargo Monday.
Ward Smith who is teaching at Crosby, Minn., is spending a couple of weeks at his home here.
Gardner, Dec. 27 Mr. Olson and daughter Evelyn left Tuesday night for Duluth where they spent Xmas with relatives.
Edgar Burley purchased a new radio last week.
Violet Knudtson has been visiting friends in Fargo the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy and family spent Xmas at the Wm. Pratt home.
Olive McClannahan a student at the U in Grand Forks has been enjoying her vacation with her folks here.
Mr. and Mrs. Kulseth and Mrs. Hodgson were entertained at the B. D. Mitchell home Wednesday evening.
Mr. Opp spent the holidays with relatives at Medina, N. D.
Olive and Gladys McClannahan were Fargo visitors Friday.
Herbert Friend spent Xmas with his parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell were entertained at dinner at the A. E. Cook home Thursday.
Emma Check of Grand Forks has been visiting her sister Mrs. H. W. Reynolds here.
Mrs. Rentoul left here Saturday returning to Fargo after spending a few days with her daughter Mrs. A. J. Skouge.
Parke Pratt and Edna Waterfall were Fargo visitors Saturday.
Gardner Independents were defeated by the Arthur boys with a score 14 to 8 Saturday night.
Earl Lien was a Fargo shopper Friday.
Arrangements have been made for a New Years dance at the Gardner hall Wednesday 31st. A good time is assured all.
Mr. Harry Reynolds returned Monday morning from Alexandria, Minn. where he spent Xmas with his parents.
Ernie Smith was in Fargo Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Goss and family and Mr. M. J. Teal were entertained at the Skouge home Sunday.
Lidvar Rynning of Fargo is spending a few days at the A. E. Cook home.
Omer Watson of Casselton spent a few days at the Martin Cleveland farm.
J. D. Pratt was a Fargo shopper Monday.
Wayne and Ira Carter just returned from Detroit where they visited friends and relatives.
Mr. Gunderson of the Grandin White Eagle Oil Co. was a business caller in Gardner Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Kein, and daughter Fern returned to their homes in Fargo Monday after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sterling.
Albert Pengilly was a Fargo caller Monday.
Leslie Reynolds of the Baker Insurance Co. spent the weekend with his parents here.
Mrs. R. A. Sterling and children returned Sunday from Argusville where they spent the holidays with relatives.


January 8, 1925

Mrs. Barnes and Mr. Clark spent New Years at the William McDonald farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Cook were entertained Thursday at the Tracy home.
Mrs. McFaden of Fargo is spending a few days with Mrs. Hannah McDonald.
Lawrence Jones of Walker, Minn., is spending the rest of the winter with his brother Wesley here.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. Skouge were at the Wm. Pratt home Thursday.
The New Years dance was very well attended.
Dr. Gowenlock and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Prichard were New Years guests at the H. O. Prichard home.
Murray Smith of Courtney, N. D. is spending a short time with his parents here.
Ward Smith left Friday for Crosby, Minn., to continue his work as teacher.
Mr. Floberg was a Fargo visitor Saturday.
Martin Nedrebo was a Fargo caller Tuesday.
Mrs. H. W. Reynolds entertained the Ta-Ta-Pachon Camp Fire Girls and their guardian at a dinner Friday evening.
Park Pratt, Willard Gowenlock, and Minor Haworth enjoyed a skating party at Fargo Saturday.
Edith Carter and Bernice Reynolds returned Saturday to their schools near Detroit, Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. David Teal and family were guests at the Goss home Sunday.
Mrs. Cleve Burley and son Arthur were Fargo visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. Wm. Muir was a business caller in Gardner Monday.
Mr. Goforth and Anton Johnson of Hunter were in Gardner Saturday.
The American Legion met at the D. H. Colwell farm Sunday afternoon.
Ollie Berg left Saturday for Milwaukee where she has accepted a position in the Government hospital.
Oscar Anderson was a Fargo caller Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pratt and son Parke autoed to Fargo Sunday.
Ted Emery was in Fargo Saturday.
Frank Larson was a Fargo caller Monday.
Misses Ulrick, Niblack, Worman, and Nygaard have returned from their respective homes to continue teaching here.
Mr. Gunkleman was a business caller at the Gardner Grain Co. Monday.
Mrs. Golliot and son Clayton of Seattle, Wash. Arrived here Tuesday, where they will visit friends and relatives for a few days.


January 15, 1925

Ethel Rudd of Fargo spent a few days of last week at the Robert Rudd farm.
Mrs. A. Temberg and son Burton were Fargo visitors Saturday.
Misses Nygaard and Niblack spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Nygaard's parents at Ada. Albert Pengilly was a Fargo caller Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Prichard and Mr. and Mrs. Skouge were at the Goss home Saturday eve.
Parke Pratt who is attending the A. C. at Fargo spent the weekend at his home here.
Sam Colwell was a Fargo caller Saturday.
Mrs. S. B. Carter returned Monday from Audubon where she has been during the illness and death of her niece Alice Bradley.
Clifford Cleveland left Monday to work for Nels Johnson at Hunter.
Mrs. E. P. Walster of Larimore is visiting with her sister Mrs. H. W. Reynolds.
Miss Gladys Reid who is a teacher in the Argusville school spent Sunday at her home here.
J. D. Pratt and family were visitors in Fargo Saturday and Sunday.
Mae Anderson a student of the Gardner high school spent the weekend at her home west of town.
Bill Coffield was in Fargo Tuesday.
Ben Hansen and Dave Colwell shipped two carloads of hogs to Minneapolis Tuesday.
Mrs. Dr. Darrow and daughter Helen were guests of Mrs. P. A. Hodgson the past week.
The Ladies Union meets at the home of Mrs. Hanna McDonald Wednesday.
Mrs. A. P. Erickson and Mrs. Bush of Argusville were Gardner callers Tuesday.
Dr. Gowenlock was a visitor in Grandin Sunday.
Mrs. Ed. Friend and daughter Nadine were Fargo shoppers Tuesday.
Both Gardner Independent teams play the Argusville boys and girls Independent teams Friday evening on the Argusville floor. We expect a fast and exciting game.
Wm. Davis installed a radio at the Ed. Friend home Wednesday.
Wm. Sterling and family were guests at the R. A. Stirling farm Sunday.
Dr. Fisher of Grandin was a business caller in Gardner Tuesday.
Mrs. B. D. Mitchell entertained a company of friends at a coffee party Monday evening. Lunch was served at seven o'clock and progressive rummy furnished entertainment for the remaining part of the evening. John Ekmund has been on the sick list the past week.
Frank Quittschreiber was a visitor at the Brovold home Monday.

Gardner School to Present “Pocohontas”
Historical drama from American history to be presented Saturday evening
The Operetta "Pocohontas" will be presented on Saturday evening, Jan. 17, in the Gardner hall by the pupils of Gardner High School. The operetta deals with the story of the capture of John Smith by the Chuch-Dollah Indians.
His life is saved by the Indian Princess Pocohontas and his freedom is secured by his friend John Rolfe who comes to aid him and persuades the Indians to go to England with him to get guns from King James
and Queen Anne. Rolfe falls in love with Pocohontas and gets the consent from her father Powhaton to their marriage. Matters have become complicated for John Smith however for Ah-Meek the Indian
mother-in-law who is romantic, insists upon his marrying her. Queen Anne saves him from this fate by issuing a decree that Ah-Meek must marry Ah-Hum the Indian medicine man.
The story ends happily for all concerned.
The cast of characters is as follows:
Pocohontas - Norah Nedrebo
Powhaton - Charles Brown
John Rolfe - Earl Lien
John Smith - Harland Cooke
Ah-Hum - Stephen Niblack
Ah-Meek - Florence Lien
Wah-way-tay-see - Alice Colwell
Lady Bird - Sara Niblack
Queen Anne - Elva Nygaard
Usher - Willard Gowenlock
Braves - Robert Hanson, Robert Orvik, Iver Hanson, Llewelyn Colwell, Carl Anderson, Wilbert Humphrey, Sara Lien, and Marshall Lien.
Indian Girls - Elizabeth Worman, Helen Tracy, Julia Erickson, Ruth Goss, Dorothy Tracy, Louise Humphrey, Marie Goliet, and Alva Cleveland.
Children - Irene Waterfall, Lillian Waterfall, Orma Goss, Edna Tracy, Mac Anderson, Hazel Norby, and Marian Smith.
Squaws - Mrs. A. Cooke, Mrs. E. Goss, Mrs. E. Kulseth, Mrs. B. Mitchell, Elsie Woitzel, Helen Burmeister, Marion McClanahan, Elsie Dewerff, and Agnes Hanson.
Ladies of the Court - Sara Niblack, Francis Smith, and Doris Prichard.
Yeomen of the Guard - Willard Gowenlcok, Earl Hodgson, and Gordon Anderson.


January 22, 1925

Mrs. H. R. Reynolds was a Fargo visitor Wednesday.
Robert Sterling returned from Minneapolis Monday.
C. B. Prichard was a caller in Fargo Thursday.
Parke Pratt was a guest at the Ed Reid farm Friday evening.
Doctor Gowenlock was a business caller in Grandin Saturday.
Mrs. Robert Rudd left Saturday to spend a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Skauge at Hendrum, Minn.
Alfred Skauge was in Perley, Minn. Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kulseth were entertained at a dinner at the Wm. Pratt home Thursday.
Gardner's Independent teams won two games from Argusville Friday evening. The boys won with the score 29 to 21 and the girls score was 20 to 2.
A new radio was installed for Herman Brockmiller Saturday.
The Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. B. D. Mitchell next Wednesday, Jan. 21st.
Albert and Nadine Friend were Fargo visitors on Monday.
Mr. Harry Wash is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kulseth.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pratt, son Parke, and Edna Waterfall were in Fargo Sunday.
Helen and Dorothy Tracy and Harland Cooke drove to Hillsboro Sunday.
Miss Cora Smith who is teaching west of town spent the weekend at her home.
Albert Pengilly autoed to Fargo Monday.
Carl Simenson of Grandin was in town on business Monday.
Sam Colwell purchased a new radio last week.
Mr. Currie of Fargo was in Gardner Tuesday.
Mr. Gunderson of Grandin was a business caller here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lowe were Fargo callers Monday.
Silas Lien was a visitor at the Smith home Sunday afternoon.
The Gardner high school boys were defeated by the Argusville second team Tuesday by a score of 28 to 18.
Mr. Larson of the Poplar Piano Co. at Grand Forks was a business caller here Tuesday.
Mrs. Carl Brorson has been on the sick list the past week.
Omar Watson and Emil Heller spent a few days last week at the Martin Cleveland home.
Mrs. Margaret Rintoul came Saturday to spend a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Skauge.
Dr. and Mrs. Kent Darrow of Fargo were guests at the home of Mrs. P. A. Hodgson Monday.
A large crowd attended the operetta given by the school students Saturday night. It was very successful and enjoyed by all. It will be given again next Saturday January 24 at Argusville.
George Watson of Grandin was a caller here Tuesday.
“Broken Silence” is the show at the Gardner Hall next Saturday.
Sam Colwell was a caller in Fargo Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Goss were in Fargo Tuesday.


January 29, 1925

Harry Knutson was a Fargo caller on Wednesday.
Mrs. Sam Colwell entertained a party of friends at a coffee party Wednesday.
John Hill was a business visitor here Wednesday.
Mrs. R. A. Sterling was in Fargo Thursday.
Albert Friend was a caller in Fargo Thursday.
Miss Nygaard was in Fargo Thursday.
The Gardner high school girls were defeated by the Bohnsack girls, the score being 11 to 6, at that place, but our boys won their game with Bohnsack by the score of 31 to 5.
Mr. Brown of Argusville was a Gardner visitor Thursday.
Albert Pengilly drove to Fargo Thursday.
A carload of ice arrived Saturday for John Floberg and V. D. McClannahan.
Mr. Brovold was in Fargo Friday.
The Gardner School presented the operetta at the Argusville hall Friday evening. It was very successful and was enjoyed by the large audience.
John Brorson was a Fargo visitor Friday.
Mrs. and Dr. Gowenlock were shoppers in Fargo Friday.
Among the ladies who attended the Eastern Star banquet at Hunter Thursday night were Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Pritchard, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Gowenlock and Mrs. McDonald.
Mrs. Cook, son Harold and Dorothy Tracy were callers in Fargo Friday.
A large number of Gardner people took in the masquerade dance at Arthur Friday.
Dr. Gowenlock has been making calls to the Harry Monson farm at Hendrum.
Alva Cleveland has been visiting with her sister Myrtle who is a teacher near Perley, Minn.
Nina Nolon of Argusville came Monday to attend the high school here.
Mildred McDonald who is teaching near Abercrombie, N. D. spent the weekend at her home.
Elsie Woitzel a student of the Gardner high school spent Sunday at her home north of town.
Harland Cooke left Monday for Fargo where he will attend the Interstate Business College.
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds were Fargo visitors Monday.
Lawrence Parker who has been employed at the Moody farm left Saturday for his home in New Hampshire.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson were visitors in Hillsboro Monday.


February 5, 1925

Grace Harker of Hendrum, Minn. has been spending a few days at the Robert Rudd home.
Misses Nygaard, Worman and Ulrick were Fargo visitors Saturday.
The Hunter and Gardner high school teams played an exciting game Wednesday evening. Our girls were defeated 3 to 2 and our boys won 11 to 6.
Albert Pengilly was in Fargo Saturday.
Mrs. J. A. Skouge entertained the American Legion at the Harold Prichard home Sunday evening.
Misses Helen Burmeister and Elsie Dewerff who are attending the Gardner high school spent the weekend at their homes west of town.
Mr. and Mrs. William Pratt were Fargo visitors Sunday.
J. A. Skouge and Mrs. Robert Rudd attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Rusvold Saturday.
Leslie Reynolds of the Baker Insurance Co. spent Sunday with his parents here.
A large crowd from Gardner took in the dance at Rose Valley Friday night.
Alva Cleveland spent Saturday with Doris Pritchard.
Albert Friend was a Fargo caller Saturday.
Parke Pratt of Fargo was at his home over the weekend.
Mr. Cederberg was a visitor in Fargo Saturday.
Misses Ulrick, Nygaard, Worman, Niblack, Albert Pengilly and Parke Pratt spent Sunday afternoon at the Lien home.
Harold Garret of Grandin was a caller here Friday evening.
Martin Cleveland and family were entertained at the Homer G. Lien home Saturday.
Perry Gundersen of Grandin was a business caller in Gardner Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson and Cora Smith were Fargo shoppers Saturday.
Elsie Witzoil and Marie Anderson, students of high school here, spent Sunday at their homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Teal and Mr. and Mrs. John Pratt were guests at the Earl Goss home Sunday.
Harland Cooke a student of the Interstate Business College spent the weekend with his parents.
The Gardner high school boys were defeated badly by the Arthur team Monday with a score of 21-7.
A salesman of the DeCamp Fruit Co. was a caller here Tuesday.
Anton Orvick left Tuesday for the Twin Cities was a carload of stock.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goss of Hunter visited Tuesday at the Earl Goss home.
Remember we're having a masquerade at the Gardner hall Friday, Feb. 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Gowenlock and daughter, Wilda were entertained at the Brockmiller home Thursday evening.
Phil Hodgson has been spending a few days with his grandmother, Mrs. R. A. Hodgson.
Vernon Nygaard of Ada was in Gardner Tuesday evening.
Both of the Gardner Independent teams won from the Halstad teams Tuesday evening, the scores were girls 10 to 6 and the boys 46 to 15.


February 12, 1925

Mrs. Burton of Fargo spent Tuesday with her mother Mrs. P. A. Hodgson.
Sam Hunter of the White Eagle Oil Co. of Grandin was a business caller here Wednesday.
Misses Nygaard, Niblack, Ulrick and Albert Pengilly attended the Grandin-Shelly game at Shelly on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. John Floberg was a shopper in Fargo Thursday.
Albert Friend was a Fargo visitor Thursday.
A telephone was installed at the Quittschreiber farm last week.
Fred Dewerff was in Fargo Friday.
Frank Larson was a visitor in Fargo Friday.
Reinholz Woitzel purchased a radio last week.
R. A. Sterling returned last week from Minneapolis.
Albert Narum was a shopper in Fargo Friday.
Mildred McDonald, who is teaching near Abercrombie, spent Sunday at her home here.
P. A. Costello was a Fargo caller Friday.
Geo. Lincoln was in Fargo Saturday.
A large crowd attended the masquerade here Friday. The prizes were: Best dressed lady-Hazel Cooke, best dressed man-Harold Cooke and most comical man-Miss Nygaard.
Bill Davis and Murry Smith drove to Fargo Friday.
Leslie Reynolds of the Baker Insurance Co. spent the weekend at his home here.
Albert Larson was in Fargo Saturday.
Misses Worman and Ulrick were shoppers in Fargo Saturday.
Edna Waterfall was a Fargo caller Saturday.
Verna Mechaelis, Helen and Alice Hemming spent the weekend at the King Davis home.
Mr. Williams of Fargo attended the dance here Friday night.
Guy Bush and Miss Ager of Argusville were in Gardner Saturday.
The Gardner Ladies Aid gave an oyster supper at the Farmers Store Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Prichard were guests at the Merlin Bus-ick home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gowenlock of Mapleton spent Sunday at the H. J. Gowenlock home.
The Gardner high school teams won two games from Mapleton Saturday the girls score was 2 to 0 and the boys score was 39 to 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Skouge visited at the Olson home in Perley Sunday.
Alva Cleveland spent Sunday at the J. A. Watson farm at Casselton.
Mrs. P. A. Hodgson was in Fargo Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rudd spent Sunday at the Harker home in Perley.
Frank Leamon of Grandin was a caller here Sunday.
Esther and Clarence Burmeister both of Fargo are spending a week with their parents west of town.
Harry Knudtson and family were entertained at the Earl Goss home Sunday.
Mrs. S. B. Carter spent Sunday afternoon at the J. A. Lien farm.
Anton Orvick was a business caller in Hillsboro Monday.
John Pratt was a visitor in Fargo Tuesday.
Mrs. Mary Haworth was a Fargo shopper Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Orvick spent Tuesday in Fargo.
Harold Garrett of Grandin was a visitor here Monday evening.
Mrs. H. W. Reynolds returned after spending a few days last week with her daughter Bernice, who is teaching near Detroit, Minn.
Mae Anderson is spending this week at her home west of town.
Mr. Scott returned to his home Friday after undergoing an operation at a Minneapolis hospital.


February 19, 1925

Mrs. H. O. Pritchard entertained a company of friends at a coffee party Friday evening.
Clifford Cleveland of Hunter visited here over the weekend.
Bill Davis and Murry Smith motored to Fargo Friday.
Mrs. Robert Rudd spent a few days of last week with her parents at Hendrum, Minn.
Helen and Dorothy Tracy attended the Interstate Business college dance at Stones Hall Friday evening.
A large number of Gardner people witnessed the basketball tournament in Argusville Thursday and Friday.
Nels Rustvold of Hendrum spent a few days at the J. A. Skouge home.
Olga Cleveland of Fargo attended the dance in Argusville Friday evening.
Mable Brovald spent last week with friends in Fargo.
Leslie Reynolds of the Baker Insurance company spent Sunday with his parents.
D. H. Colwell was a Fargo caller on Saturday.
Mrs. Arthur Smith entertained the Junior Camp Fire Girls and Boy Scouts at a Valentines party Saturday evening.
Mrs. Frank Larson was a Fargo shopper Saturday.
Mrs. Leary entertained friends at a coffee party Friday afternoon.
Cora Smith who is teaching west of town spent the weekend at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling visited Friday at the Margaret McLean residence in Argusville.
A birthday party and card shower was given Saturday in honor of Mrs. A. Sterling's 73rd birthday.
Gladys Burmeister the Hunter telephone operator spent Sunday at her home here.
P. A. Costello of Grandin was a business caller in Gardner Saturday.
Mr. Opp was a Fargo caller Saturday.
Harland Cooke who is attending the Interstate business college spent the weekend at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Teal and family left Saturday for Mentor, Minn., where they will spend a few days with Mr. Teal's parents.
Dr. Thompson of Arthur has been testing cattle in this township the past week.
Edna Waterfall spent the weekend at her home.
The Opechee Campfire will have a meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of their guardian Hazel Cooke.
The Minstrel show by the Ladies will be given Friday evening Feb. 20.
Parke Pratt of the N. D. A. C. spent the weekend at his home.
Mrs. J. A. Lien and family were guests at the Goss home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Pritchard and family were entertained at dinner at the H. O. Pritchard home Sunday.
Hazel Cooke was a Fargo visitor Monday.
Mr. Friend and son Albert were visitors in Fargo Monday.
Mrs. Ed. Leary entertained a company of friends at dinner Monday evening in honor of the birthday of her daughter Edna.
John Florberg was in Fargo Monday.
Mr. Lilliflorn of Grandin was a business caller in Gardner Monday.
Mrs. Carter entertained those taking part in the Minstrel show at a card party and lunch Saturday evening.
A carload of coal and lumber arrived for the White Lumber Co. Monday.
Herbert Cleveland was a Fargo caller Tuesday.
Joe Shaffer was in Fargo Tuesday.
Mrs. Carter was a shopper in Fargo Wednesday.
The Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Ed. Friend Wednesday February 25.
Gladys Reid spent the weekend at her home.
Mary Larson was in Fargo Wednesday.
A number of the young people were entertained Saturday evening at the Cooke home. The evening was spent playing progressive whist.
A surprise party was given at the Ed. Reid home Monday evening in honor of Alex Lawrence, who was celebrating his 68th birthday.
Eastern Star Party. Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Gowenlock and Mrs. Pritchard entertained the Masons and Eastern Star Members at the Gowenlock home Saturday evening for the benefit of the Eastern Star of Hunter. Progressive hearts was the feature of the evening. The proceeds were $7.


February 26, 1925

William Davis left Tuesday for Minneapolis.
Mrs. S. B. Carter was a Fargo caller Wednesday.
Mrs. Harry Knutson and Mrs. Frank Larson entertained a party of friends at a coffee party Wednesday.
Mrs. Kent Darrow of Fargo arrived Wednesday to spend a few days with her mother Mrs. R. A. Hodgson.
Mr. and Mrs. Olson were in Fargo Thursday.
Herbert Friend was a business caller in Hunter Thursday evening.
Mrs. H. O. Pritchard was a shopper in Fargo Thursday.
Mrs. Anderson of Moorhead, Minn. visited with her daughter Mrs. Minor Haworth.
Earl Goss attended the annual business meeting of the Hunter Telephone Co. in Hunter Friday.
Albert Pengilly was a Fargo caller Friday.
Bernice Reynolds who is teaching near Detroit, Minn. spent the weekend at her home here.
Myrtle Cleveland visited Clyde McKinnon at the St. Luke's hospital Saturday.
Mr. Scott was taken to the St. Luke's hospital Wednesday.
Mr. Lilliflorn of Grandin has been doing carpenter work here the past week.
Mrs. L. P. Miller has been on the sick list the last couple of weeks.
Marie Golliot spent Sunday at the Ed. Friend home.
Sam Jones of Walker, Minn. is visiting with his son Wesley.
Ed. Waterfall and family were entertained at the Pratt home Sunday.
A company of young folks were entertained at the dancing party at the Earl Goss home Saturday evening.
Dr. Fisher of Grandin was a caller here Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. Gowenlock were entertained at dinner at the H. O. Pritchard home Sunday.
Mrs. H. W. Reynolds was a Fargo visitor on Monday.
Gardner Minstrel show was put on in Argusville Tuesday evening.
Mrs. V. D. McClannahan and daughter Gladys were Fargo callers Tuesday.
A whist party was held at the Fred Berg home Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Goss and daughter Lila were guests at the Dr. Gowenlock home Monday.
Henry Hiller was a Fargo caller Tuesday.
Mrs. Kulseth entertained the minstrel players at an oyster supper Tuesday evening.
Miss Caroline Evingson the county superintendent visited the school here Tuesday.


March 5, 1925

The teachers basketball team was defeated by the Independent Boys team at Hendrum Wednesday by a score of 23 to 26.
George Grege's school burned Wednesday evening about five o'clock. A few books and desks were saved.
The Ladies Union met at the Mrs. Ed. Friend home Wednesday.
Doris Pritchard had a slight attack of appendicitis last week but is better now.
Gust Emery was a Hillsboro business caller on Wednesday.
Mr. Burmeister was a Fargo caller Wednesday.
Wm. Davis returned Wednesday from the Twin Cities.
A whist party was held at the Fred Berg home Thursday evening.
Mrs. Henry Olson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reynolds at dinner Thursday evening.
Dr. Gowenlock was a business caller in Perley, Minn. Thursday.
Henry Larson was a Fargo caller Friday.
Julia Erickson spent the weekend at the Harry Knutson farm.
Carl Brorson was a visitor in Fargo Friday.
Mrs. Carl Emery and her sister, Miss Sanberg, were shoppers in Fargo Friday.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Costello at the St. John's hospital Friday.
Harland Cooke spent Sunday with his parents here.
Ben Nedrebo was a Fargo caller Friday.
Leonard and Norse Hanson were in Fargo Friday.
W. J. Pratt and son Parke, J. R. Tarcy and Dr. Gowenlock attended the A. C. and Concordia basketball game Saturday.
Mrs. Joe Shafer was a Fargo caller Friday.
Cora Smith, Ruth Goss and Herbert Friend were callers at the F. H. Goss home Saturday.
Mae Anderson spent the weekend at her home west of town.
Dorothy Tracy and Harland Cooke were Fargo visitors Saturday.
Mrs. J. A. Lien is spending a few days at the Berkseth home in Fargo.
Mrs. Cooke and daughter Hazel, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. and Dr. Gowenlock and Esther Pritchard were among the number who attended Kriesler's concert at the Orpheum Tuesday evening.
Leonard Waterfall was a Fargo caller Tuesday.
Frank Colwell shipped a carload of cattle to Minneapolis Tuesday.
Mrs. Burton of Faro spent Tuesday with her mother Mrs. P. A. Hodgson.
Mr. and Mrs. Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. Tracy were visitors in Fargo Tuesday evening.
Abe Scott who has been in the St. Luke's hospital the past two weeks returned to his home Tuesday.


March 26, 1925

Mrs. H. W. Reynolds was a Fargo caller on Tuesday.
Ernie Smith returned Sunday after spending the winter at Gemmel, Minn.
Mrs. John Brorson was in Fargo Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson were Fargo callers Saturday.
Dave Teal and family left Friday for Mentor, Minn., to spend a few days with Mr. Teal's parents.
Albert Pengilly was in Fargo Monday.
Mrs. Carter was a Fargo caller Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smith of Warwick spent Monday with Mr. Smith's folks here.
Mrs. Earl Goss was in Fargo Saturday.
Mrs. Pratt and son Parke drove to Fargo Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Caruth are spending a week at the Goss home.
Mrs. John R. Tracy was a Fargo shopper Saturday.
William McDonald of Fargo was a business caller here Monday.
Mrs. J. A. Lien and son Earl were Fargo callers Monday.
Ladies Aid met at the P. A. Hodgson home Wednesday March 25.
Mrs. A. J. Clark of Fargo was a caller here Tuesday.


April 23, 1925

Mrs. Ed. Leary was a Fargo caller Thursday.
Mr. B. D. Mitchell was in Fargo Thursday.
Dr. Gowenlock has been suffering the past week with infection in his hand.
Florence Lien was a shopper in Fargo Thursday.
Myrtle and Alva Cleveland were Fargo visitors Friday and Saturday.
Anna Vinje returned Friday from Gilby, N. D. where she has been teaching.
Sam Colwell was a Fargo caller Saturday.
V. D. McClannahan was a Fargo shopper Saturday.
Cleve Burley is installing a lighting system at his farm.
Dorothey Tracy and Harland Cooke attended the dance in Harwood Friday evening.
C. B. Pritchard was in Fargo on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Teal, son Bertie and Clifford Backon of Mentor, Minn. are visiting at the Marland Teal home.
Lawrence Michel purchased a new Ford sedan Monday.
D. H. Colwell was a Fargo caller Wednesday.
David Teal left Saturday for Fisher, Minn.
Elsie Dewerff was a shopper in Fargo Wednesday.
(too late for last week) David Teal returned Saturday from Crookston where he has been doctoring.
D. H. Colwell was a business caller in Grandin Wednesday.
Mr. Gunkleman of Fargo was a business caller at the Gardner Grain Co. Wednesday.
Mrs. E. W. Goss went to Minot, N. D. Tuesday as a delegate to the Yeoman Conclave. Miss Rose Winistorfer of Hunter accompanied her.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson were Fargo callers on Thursday.
Miss Edith Carter who is teaching at Audubon, Minn., spent Easter vacation at her home here.
Wm. McDonald of Fargo was a caller at the Lien farm Friday.
Esther and Clarence Burmeister of Fargo spent Sunday at their home west of town.
A large number of the young people attended a dancing party at the Legion Hall in Fargo Thursday evening. The party was given by the students of the Interstate Business College.
Mildred McDonald who is teaching near Abercrombie spent the weekend at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy and family spent Easter Sunday with relatives in Hillsboro.
Olive McClannahan who attends the University in Grand Forks spent the weekend at her home here.
Arthur Smith left Monday evening for Wisconsin on business.
J. M. Burley of Alexandria, Minn. is visiting with relatives here.
Mrs. Emery and son Gust were business callers in Hillsboro Tuesday.
Mr. Goss was in Hunter Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvick were shopping in Fargo Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pratt were in Fargo Monday.
Ida Cooke of Fargo spent a few days last week at the Knutson farm.
Frank Larson is very ill with blood poison.
Mrs. Ed. Leary was a Fargo visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Rentoul of Fargo has been spending a few days with her daughter Mrs. J. A. Skouge.
Mrs. M. Ohnstad was in Fargo Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cooke were in Fargo Tuesday.
Mr. Wicker of Racine, Wisconsin, has been attending business at the Harry Knutson farm.
Dr. Fisher was a business caller in Gardner Tuesday.
Miss Agnes Reid who has been teaching in Keen school is ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Ed. Kulseth of Gardner is substituting for her the rest of the school year.


April 30, 1925

Edna Waterfall was a Fargo visitor Saturday.
Lillian Jenson who is teaching at the Grege school spent the weekend in Fargo.
Norse Hanson who is a student at the Interstate Business College spent Sunday at his home.
A number of the people had an old time dance at the Goss home Friday evening.
Mrs. Wm. Pratt was a Fargo caller Friday.
Dr. Gowenlock was a business caller in Grandin Friday.
Mrs. C. B. Prichard and daughter Doris were shoppers in Fargo Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rudd were guests at the Skouge home at Hendrum Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Tracy and daughter Dorothy were Fargo callers Friday.
Albert Friend purchased a new Ford sedan Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Kulseth visited in Fargo Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pratt and son Parke were guests at the John Pratt farm Sunday.
Miss Verna McCalies of Fargo has been spending a few days at her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Goss were callers at the F. H. Goss home in Hunter on Sunday.
Dr. Gowenlock has been attending to a case of diphtheria near Georgetown.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Skouge spent Sunday at the Skouge farm near Hendrum.
Sam Colwell was a Fargo caller Wednesday.
Lavurne Sterling celebrated his first birthday with a company of his little friends at a party Tuesday, April 28.
Mr. H. O. Prichard was a caller in Fargo Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Leary were in Fargo Wednesday.
Anton Orvick shipped a carload of cattle Tuesday.
Earl Lien was a Fargo shopper Wednesday.
The Gardner High School broadcast their contest from W. D. A. Y. Fargo Radio station Saturday P. M., May 2.


May 25, 1925

Norris Hanson who is attending the Interstate Business College spent the weekend at his home here.
A company of married people attended an old time party at the Leary farm Friday evening.
Mrs. S. B. Carter spent a few days last week with relatives in Detroit, Minn.
Dorothy Tracy was a shopper in Fargo Saturday.
May Anderson who is a Gardner high school student spent Sunday with her parents west of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pratt and Mrs. Tracy attended the program at the Ed Ohmsted school under the supervision of Edna Waterfall.
Miss Florence Lien was at Fargo on Saturday.
Louise Humphrey and Julie Erickson spent the weekend and at her home east of town.
Alice Colwell spent Saturday and Sunday at the Wm. Rudd home in Fargo.
Mr. Opp was a caller at the Ed Friend home Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Tracy and family spent Sunday at Caledonia.
Marie Gollott spent the weekend at her home.
Ruth Goss and Herbert Friend were callers at the Friend farm Sunday.
Keats Millar was a Fargo visitor on Monday.
George Oris was a Fargo caller Saturday.
Gladys Reid spent the weekend at her home here.
Mrs. Harold Prichard was a shopper in Fargo Saturday.


October 8, 1925

Sam Hunter of Grandin was a business caller here Friday.
Mrs. Cook and son Harland were callers in Fargo Friday.
Dr. Gowenlock was in Fargo Friday.
Herbert Classon was in Fargo Thursday.
Mrs. A. Matson and son Burton were Fargo shoppers Thursday.
Earl Goss was a business caller in Grandin on Friday.
Carl Emery was a Fargo caller Friday.
Mrs. A. Skouge was in Fargo Friday.
Cora Smith, Bernice Reynolds and Willard Gowenlock who are students at the Moorhead Teachers college spent the weekend at their homes.
Mr. Wm. Burmeister was in Fargo Saturday.
Mildred McDonald who is teaching near Abercrombie, N. D. spent Sunday with her mother here.
Dorothy Tracy and Parke Pratt of the A. C. spent the weekend here.
The Ladies Union gave a program and Basket Social at the Gardner Hall Saturday.
Mrs. Oscar Anderson and daughter Louise were shoppers in Fargo Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garuth and daughters Roberta and Lois of Grand Forks spent a few days at the Goss home on their way to Sioux Falls, S. D., where they will make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Nolan and family of Argusville were guests at the Harold Prichard home Sunday.
Mr. Berg and daughter Ollie were in Fargo Sunday.
Harland Cook left Sunday for Fargo to accept a position at the Fargo Radio Equipment Co.
Mr. Alfred Skouge was a business caller in Perley Monday.


October 15, 1925

Ernest Smith who has been visiting his parents here returned to Lotin, N. D. where he has been working the past month.
The Ladies Union met at the home of Mrs. Wm. Pratt Wednesday. Mrs. J. A. Skouge entertained.
Henry Nedrebo was a Fargo caller Thursday.
John Hernes was a Fargo visitor on Thursday.
Mrs. Moore of Fargo is visiting with friends here for a few days.
Henry Olson was in Fargo Thursday.
Bernice Reynolds of the Moorhead Normal returned to her home Thursday.
Mr. and Ms. McClannahan were shoppers in Fargo Friday.
Misses Worman, Parker, Nygard, Niblack and Mr. Tracy, teachers of the Gardner School, attended Institute in Fargo Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar G--- on Mentor, Minn. are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Mar--- Teal.
Herbert Golliet was a business caller in Fargo Friday.
Mrs. J. A. Linn who has been spending a few days in Fargo returned home Friday.
Mrs. George Clunis was a Fargo caller Friday.
Gordon Flatt of Fargo was a business caller here Friday.
Mr. Opp was a caller in Fargo Friday.
Lidvar Rynning of Fargo has been employed by the Farmers Elevator the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. David Teal are visiting with Mrs. Teal's parents in Fisher, Minn.
Inga Olson was a shopper in Fargo Friday.
Mildred McDonald, a teacher near Abercrombie, N. D. came to her home here today.
Mrs. Haworth and grandson Ray were in Fargo Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cook and daughter Hazel were Fargo callers Saturday.
Arnie Arneson has been employed at the A. L. Moody farm the past week.
Ed. Friend was a Fargo caller Saturday.
Sever Kalden of Fargo was in town Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Mitchell were callers in Fargo Saturday.
Leslie Reynolds of the Baker Insurance Co., of Fargo spent the weekend at his home.
Mr. and Mrs. Floberg and family left Saturday for an auto trip to Maddock, N. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Norby are the proud parents of a baby boy born Thursday Oct. 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Kundtson and daughter Violet were guests at the Friend Farm Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Goss spent Sunday at the Brockmiller home.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones and son Lawrence of Walker, Minn., are spending a few days with their son Wesley.
Mr. and Mrs. Skouge and family visited at Hendrum Sunday.
Verna Michaels of Fargo spent Sunday with her parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. Goss were Fargo callers Monday.
Henry Olson was a business caller in Fargo Monday.


October 29, 1925

Sam Colwell was in Fargo Friday.
The Ladies Union held their annual bazaar Friday evening. It was well attended and the proceeds were about two hundred and twelve dollars.
Lidvar Rynning was a Fargo caller Friday.
Joe Dahl was in Fargo Friday.
Mrs. M. Rintoul of Fargo spent Friday with her daughter Mrs. J. A. Skouge.
Dr. Fisher of Grandin was a business caller here Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Veitch and Mrs. Bush of Argusville attended the bazaar here.
Bernice Reynolds of the Moorhead Normal spent the weekend at her home.
A number of young folks took in the dance at Argusville Friday.
Sam Kram spent the weekend with friends in Fargo.
Myrtle Cleveland who is teaching at Colfax spent Sunday at her home here.
Miss Nygaard was a Fargo caller Saturday.
Mrs. Reynolds spent a few days with her sister Emma Check in Grand Forks.
H. W. Reynolds, Herbert Friend and Ruth Goss were in Fergus Falls, Minnesota, Sunday.
George Clunis is suffering with a severe attack of pneumonia, but is gaining slowly.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nedrebo are the parents of a baby girl born last week.
Olga Cleveland of Fargo visited at her home over the weekend.
Earl Lien, Albert Pengilly and Misses Worman and Parker spent Sunday at Miss Worman's home at West Fargo.
Henry Nedrebo was in Fargo Tuesday.
Inga Olson who spent the summer at the Henry Olson farm left Monday for her home at Fosston, Minn.
Mrs. Tracy was a shopper in Fargo Tuesday.
Mrs. W. J. Pratt was in Fargo Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Skouge were guests at the Goss home Tuesday evening.
Mrs. H. O. Prichard was taken to St. Johns hospital Tuesday.
Dr. Gowenlock has been making business calls to Harwood the past week.
The Ladies Union met at the home of Mrs. Opp Wednesday. Mrs. L. P. Millar entertained.
Mrs. Carter spent a few days with relatives in Audubon, Minn.


November 5, 1925

Mrs. H. O. Prichard underwent an operation at St. Johns hospital Wednesday. She is getting along nicely.
Mrs. Pratt was in Fargo Thursday.
Elva Nygaard spent the weekend at her home in Ada.
Mrs. Tracy was a Fargo caller Thursday.
Gunder Howard of Hillsboro was a business caller here Friday.
Albert Pengilly was in Fargo Friday.
Harland Cook of the Fargo Plumbing and Heating of Fargo spent the weekend at his home here.
Wesley Jones was a caller in Fargo Friday.
Cora Smith, Bernice Reynolds, Edna Waterfall and Willard Gowenlock of the Moorhead College spent Sunday here.
Dr. Fisher of Grandin was a business visitor here Saturday.
Alice Norby was a Fargo shopper Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Floberg and family spent Sunday at the John Floberg family here.
Dr. and Mrs. Gowenlock and Harold Prichard were in Fargo Sunday.
Mr. Goss and Wilbert Humphrey attended the basket social at the Keen school Saturday evening.
J. R. Stimmel was a Fargo shopper Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Teal visited relatives at Mentor, Minn., Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. McClannahan were Fargo callers Monday.
John Hill left Tuesday for Minneapolis with stock.
Mr. and Mrs. Skouge visited Mrs. Skouge's sister Mrs. Fisher at Leonard last week.
Henry Olson was a business caller in Fargo Tuesday.
Mr. Woitzel left Tuesday for a visit with relatives in Nebraska.
November 19, 1925 Mrs. A. E. Cooke was a Fargo caller Thursday.
Ed Friend was in Fargo Thursday.
William Sterling purchased a Ford Coupe one day last week.
Elsa Erickson of Fargo spent Sunday at the Smith home.
Alfred Skouge and Marland Teal were callers in Fargo Saturday.
Edna McClannahan was in Fargo Friday.
Ed Waterfall left Tuesday for ST. Paul with a carload of stock.
Albert Pengilly was a Fargo shopper Tuesday.
Harry Knudtson purchased a Chevrolet sedan Monday.
Chas. Hunter of Grandin was a business caller here Monday.
Wayne Carter entered the Dakota Business College Monday.
Robert Rudd was a caller in Fargo Tuesday.
Helen Tracy and Florence Lien were in Hillsboro Saturday.
Harold Pritchard was a Fargo caller Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Gowenlock were visitors in Hillsboro Saturday.
Rotten Friend left Tuesday for a visit with friends in Iowa.
Mr. and MRs. R. Opp motored to Median Sunday to visit relations.
F. G. Berg was in Fargo Monday.


December 3, 1925

Olga and Clifford Cleveland of Fargo spent the holidays at their homes here.
A. Temberg and family spent Thursday at the W. Goltiot farm.
Cora Smith, Bernice Reynolds, Edna Waterfall and Willard Gowenlock of the Moorhead Normal spent the weekend here.
Hazel Cook and Sara Niblack attended the dance in Hunter Thursday night.
Myrtle Cleveland and Mildred McDonald, teachers at Abercrombie, spent a few days at their home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goss and family spent Thanksgiving at the F. H. Goss home in Hunter.
A. E. Cook and family were guests at the Mitchell home Thursday.
Dorothy Tracy and Park Pratt spent the weekend at their homes.
C. B. Prichards had as guests Thursday Dr. and Mrs. Gowenlock and Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Prichard and family.
The Royal Neighbors had their second meeting Friday evening.
J. A. Skouge family were at the Robert Rudd farm Thursday.
Dorothy and Helen Tracy, Harland Cook and High McCormick attended the dance in Casselton Thursday eve.
Ed. Friend and family spent Thursday at the Harry Knutson home.
Mr. Mitchell was a caller in Arthur Sunday.
Ernie Smith who has been in Lotin, N. D. returned to his home Monday.
Florence Lien spent a few days last week visiting friends at Hillsboro.
Mrs. Pengilly was in Fargo Tuesday.
J. A. Skouge was a business caller in Perley Tuesday.
Edith Carter of Detroit spent a few days at her home here.


Transcribed by Steven Pueppke

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