John Mirers of Pillsbury was a business visitor in Page Wednesday.
Miss Blanche Wallace was a Fargo visitor Tuesday.
Miss Mary Whitkupp returned Monday morning from Fargo where she visited over the Easter holidays.
Miss LaVera Dennis visited Monday with her sister, Mrs. Albert Gunkel, near Hope.
Mr. Brown of Luverne, N. D. was a Page visitor Wednesday.
Miss Lydia Johnson returned Monday morning from Fargo where she visited over the Easter holidays.
A large number of high school students enjoyed a picnic at the James Long farm Thursday evening.
Miss Mary Dennis has returned to Page from Hope after visiting with relatives there for a number of days.
Miss Bernice Bjerken, who is attending the State Teacher's College at Valley City, spent the holidays with relatives in Page.
Miss Gladys Bratholt, who is attending Concordia College, Moorhead, arrived in Page Thursday morning where she is spending her Easter vacation with relatives.
Mrs. J. M. Fosteson and son Spencer of Fargo arrived in Page Monday where they visited for a number of days with Mrs. Fosteson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gage.
The Junior Partners will meet with the Foreign Missionary Society in the M. E. church, Wednesday, April 15.
The high school operetta “Polished Pebbles,” will be given in the high school auditorium, Friday evening April 24.
Lillian and Lester Erickson, who are attending the N. D. U., arrived in Page Thursday, where they are spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Erickson.
Miss Kate Findley spent the Easter holidays visiting in Fargo.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Woodward were Fargo visitors Wednesday.
A movie, “Racing Luck,” was shown in the high school auditorium Saturday evening, April 11.
Atty. O. H. Gunderson, of Fargo, was a business visitor in Page Thursday.
The Methodist Ladies Aid will hold a bake sale in Benson's store, Saturday afternoon, April 18.
Miss Lois Wallace, teacher near Walden, visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Wallsee during Easter holidays.
Miss Grace Jeffries left Thursday evening for Casselton where she visited with relatives during her vacation.
E. C. Morton returned to Page Wednesday morning, after spending a number of months visiting in California.
Miss Marion Chamberlain left Thursday evening for Prosper, N. Dak., where she spent the Easter holidays with relatives.
Edward Courtney and Paul Benzmiller autoed to Webster Sunday, where they visited at the Alvin P. Courtney home, returning Monday.
The W. C. T. U. met at the home of Mrs. W. H. Dennis. The program was not given as planned. A social time was held after which refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin P. Courtney of Webster, N. D. arrived in Page Thursday evening, where they spent the holidays at the home of Mr. Courtney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Courtney, returning Sunday.
Allan Knight, who is attending the A. C. Fargo, arrived in Page Friday morning, where he spent the holiday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knight.
Miss Mary Fowler left Thursday evening for Casselton, where she spent her Easter vacation with relatives.
James McPherson Sr. has been on the sick list this week.
Henry Jungnitsch, of Lake Township, was a business visitor in Page Monday.
Andrew Olson of Leroy, Minn., was a business visitor in Page Thursday.
Frank Lippert of McVille, N. D. was a brief caller in Page Wednesday.
W. J. Morrish returned to Fargo Saturday evening after attending to business matters in Page for a number of days.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Olson left Tuesday morning for Leroy, Minn., after visiting a number of days in the Page vicinity.
Miss Luverne Harrington of near Pillsbury, who has been visiting with Miss Lillian Lindsey, returned to her home Wednesday.
R. C. Lindsey and son Maynard returned from Fargo Friday morning, where Maynard received medical attention.
Mrs. Lincoln Woodbury, who has been residing in Moorhead during the winter, returned to Page Friday, where she is visiting with relatives.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. James and Miss Maude Sachtjen autoed to Erie Sunday evening, where they attended the sacred concert given by the Erie mixed chorus in the M. E. church.
Mr. and Mrs. Les Ward of Hammer, S. Dak., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taskey, Tuesday.
Miss Andrew Bjerke was a business visitor in Hope, Thursday.
A new fire siren has been established in Page and appears to work satisfactorily.
The fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grades will give their cantata “The Awakening of Spring,” in the high school auditorium Friday evening, April 17.
Mrs. George Lemke and Mrs. Herman Bjorke autoed to Fargo Tuesday where they visited returning Wednesday evening.
Jesse Taylor of Oriska, N. D. was a Page visitor Thursday.
Clark G. D'Evelyn has made arrangements for the local tennis tournament, which is to be played in the near future.
Misses Vera and Elizabeth Lentz and Harry Hentz autoed to Luverne Sunday, where Vera resumed her teaching duties in a school near there after spending the holidays with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Benson were called to Valley City Sunday, on account of the death of Mr. Benson's brother-in-law, Mr. Algoess. They returned the same day and left again Tuesday to attend the funeral services held in Valley City.
The W. L. Davis Merc. Co. is giving away a Ford Touring car on June 24, to the possessor of the lucky card. Cards are given to everyone with a $1 purchase.
Fred Palmer, who is attending Jamestown College, arrived in Page Wednesday, where he spent the holidays at the home of his parents.
William McPherson of Jamestown College, arrived last week in Page where he visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James McPherson.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Patterson, Mrs. George Hunter, and daughter Miss Frances of Finley, autoed to Page Wednesday where they visited at the W. J. Courtney home.
Miss Aldene Courtney, who is attending Hamline University, St. Paul, arrived in Page Friday morning, where she visited during her Easter vacation with relatives, returning Tuesday evening.
Orvald Bjerksen, who is attending the N. D. U., arrived in Page Tuesday, where he spent his Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Bjerken.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bankers and family, Mrs. Emily Swensen and son Osborne, and Miss Mima Johnson, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Osteraas Sunday.
Misses Vera and Thelma Smith and Mrs. M. Murphy autoed to Erie Thursday, where they met Miss Dolores Smith of Leonard, who spent the Easter holidays at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith.
Mrs. E. C. Morton returned Thursday morning from California, where she has been spending the winter. Enroute to Page she visited wither daughter Gladys, who is attending Concordia College, and Moorhead, Minn.
Miss Helen Dennerly returned to Page Sunday after visiting relatives in Moorhead. She was accompanied by her brother James Dennerly, of Aitken, Minn., who visited with her until Tuesday.
Rev. Stenson, former pastor of the Page Lutheran church, held services in Benton's hall Sunday April 12. Mr. Stenson is attending a Theological Seminary in St. Paul now.
Miss Gladys Woodbury, who is attending the Moorhead Teachers College, spent the Easter holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodbury.
Miss Esther Swenson, teacher near Walford, N. D., arrived in Page Friday evening where she spent the Easter holidays with friends and relatives in Page, returning Tuesday.
Miss Olga Engen, who is attending Concordia College at Moorhead, arrived in Page Thursday, where she visited at the Olaf Bjerken home, returning Monday evening.
Miss Anne Rasmussen of Motley, Minn., arrived in Page Monday, where she is employed at the Dr. J. B. James home.
George Knowles, of Los Angeles, California, arrived in Page Saturday, where she is attending to business matters and renewing old acquaintances.
Page Man Fatally Injured at Little Falls J. Fred Tieman of Page was perhaps fatally injured at Little Falls, Minn., Saturday, when the Dort automobile which he was driving back from Minneapolis was struck by Northern Pacific train No. 10.
Tieman sustained two broken arms, severe cuts to his head and face, and internal injuries. The attending physician reported that he could live but a short time.
Tieman has been a farm laborer in that vicinity for the past seven years and has lately been employed by Otto Johnk. He is believed to have come from Philadelphia but the whereabouts of any relatives is not known.
Tieman purchased the car in Minneapolis and was driving it home to Page when the accident happened.
Mrs. Jennie Lindsey Dies at Madelia, Minn.
Funeral services were held at Madelia, Minn. on Tuesday for Mrs. Jennie Lindsey, step-mother of Ray Roy and Glenn Lindsey, all of Page, who passed away at her home on Saturday at the age of 57 years, diabetes being the cause of death. Ray Lindsey attended the funeral. Besides the step-sons, the husband remains to mourn her departure. Deceased was known in Page, having visited here on several occasions.
Miss Iva Baumgardner returned to her home in Fargo Saturday evening.
Miss Hilda Willard has been quite sick this week with the mumps.
Rev. Mirers was a dinner guest at the W. J. Courtney home on Sunday.
Miss Laura Dennis has been on the sick list this week.
A. L. Bishop and Mr. Green of Fargo were callers in Page on Tuesday.
The proceeds from the M. E. Ladies Aid bake sale held Saturday afternoon were $13.60.
Miss Iva Baumgardner of Fargo was called to Page Tuesday by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. E. C. Baumgardner.
John Wentz moved from the Lindsey Block into the Lindstrom residence on Saturday.
W. H. Bartze of Galesburg was a business caller in Page on Wednesday.
George Tilmony of Pillsbury was a business caller in Page on Thursday.
The World Wide Guild of the Baptist church met with Miss Vera Dennis Thursday evening.
R. C. Lindsey returned from Minneapolis on Friday night with a new Hudson coach.
Miss Lillian Erickson also is home for Easter vacation, but unable to return for a few days on account of taking sick with the mumps.
H. R. Hartman was a Fargo visitor on Monday.
George Rutherford was a business caller in Page on Tuesday.
H. G. Burrill of Hunter was a business caller in Page on Monday.
Leland Gagnon left Wednesday for Scobey, Montana, where he expects to be engaged in painting during the summer.
Mrs. E. C. Baumgardner has been seriously ill this week with heart trouble.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Courtney were Colgate visitors on Thursday evening.
Carl Baumgardner from Fargo visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Baumgardner the first part of the week, returning Tuesday evening.
Fred Palmer returned to Jamestown, where he is attending college, on Wednesday evening after visiting a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Palmer.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith and daughter Vera were Fargo visitors on Friday, returning Saturday evening.
Lester Erickson returned to Grand Forks, where he is attending the U. on Wednesday evening after spending his Easter vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Hans Erickson.
Rev. Miners of Wheatland was calling in Page on Wednesday and led the prayer meeting in the evening.
L. S. Benson from Pillsbury was a business visitor in Page on Tuesday.
Glenn Lindsey has bought the shoe repairing outfit from Mr. Pike and is ready to do all shoe repairing now. He is located in the Ray Lindsey Garage.
The Royal Neighbors are working hard on their play that they intend to give on May 1st in Lindsey's hall. Miss Florence Wallace is directing the play.
Miss Marion Chamberlain spent the weekend at Prosper visiting relatives, returning Monday morning.
The Farmer's Store is having the interior of the hardware department repainted this week.
R. C. Lindsey, the local undertaker, attended a funeral in Hope Sunday forenoon.
The movie “George Washington Jr.” was shown in the high school on Saturday night.
Orvald Bjerksen returned to Grand Forks Wednesday where he is attending the University, after spending his Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Bjerksen.
Allen Knight returned to Fargo, where he is attending college, Tuesday evening after spending his Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Knight.
Miss Aldene Courtney returned to St. Paul, Minn., Tuesday evening, where she is attending Hamline U. after visiting a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Courtney.
William McPherson returned to Jamestown Saturday evening where he is attending Jamestown College, after visiting a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James McPherson.
The Cass county school contest in spelling, dramatics and music which was to be held last Saturday in Casselton was postponed until next Saturday April 25th on account of the heavy rain.
The Dakota Five, a traveling orchestra, gave a dance in Lindsey's hall on Wednesday evening.
W. J. Morrish of Fargo was in Page the last part of the week attending to business matters, returning to Fargo Saturday evening.
The World Wide Guild of the Baptist church will entertain about forty guests in Benson's Hall on Tuesday evening.
A sale will be held at the Herman Lentz farm, three and one half miles southwest of Page of all stock and machinery.
Mr. and Mrs. George Doyle and son Gerald and Mrs. Arnold Banker and son Curtis autoed to Fargo on Wednesday.
Lois Wallace, who is teaching at Waldon, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Wallace.
Dr. J. B. James was a caller in Buffalo on Tuesday evening.
J. M. Fosteson of Fargo was a Page visitor on Tuesday.
Reuben Bolmeier and family of Erie were callers in Page on Sunday.
L. S. Benson of Pillsbury was a business caller in Page Monday.
E. E. Webb of Arthur was a business caller in Page on Tuesday.
Cathryn McKenna has been quite sick for the past week with the mumps.
A local track meet will be held in Page, on Friday May 1, by the high school.
The Royal Neighbors will present their play, “Where is Breezy Point?” in Lindsey's Hall Friday May 1st.
The Lutheran aid held a bake sale in Benson's store last Saturday. Receipts about $25.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ellgen and family visited with relatives in Gardner on Sunday.
Mrs. Jessie Parker and Mrs. Ida Joseph arrived in Page Thursday from Davenport, Iowa, for a visit with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Frank Collins.
The local W. C. T. U. served a dinner in the Baptist church basement to the District W. C. T. U. convention on Wednesday noon. Price 40 cents.
H. G. Burrill and W. L. Gillett, publishers of the Headlight, of Hunter, were business callers in Page on Monday.
Mrs. Grace Austin of New York Mills, Minn., arrived in page Thursday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Woodbury, enroute to Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Morrow of Erie were visiting Mrs. Morrow's sister, Mrs. Herman Bjerke on Sunday. They drove over in their new Hupmobile.
Mrs. Mary Bowers returned to Page Tuesday morning after an extended visit in Chicago with her daughter Mrs. Gene Graham and in Fox Lake, Wis., with her brother.
Miss Maude Sachtien entertained her Sunday school class at the school house last Friday afternoon. This was the last social entertainment the class will have this school year.
Edward Courtney and Mr. W. J. Courtney autoed to Buffalo Tuesday evening to meet Mr. and Mrs. Sturch.
Friends of Miss Ida Zastrow received the announcement of her marriage on April 23rd to Mr. Gerhard D. Lensen in Minneapolis. The young couple will be at home after May 1st at Norwood, Minnesota, where the groom is engaged in the furniture and undertaking business.
J. R. Benson will give a talk at the fourth --- reunion and past masters night of East Gate Lodge No. 120 A. F. and A. M. which opens with a dinner at 6.15 p.m. Wednesday April 29, in the Masonic Temple of Fargo.
S. F. Pope of Broadlawn was a caller in Page on Friday.
Bert Umstad of Colgate was a caller in Page on Friday.
W. H. Furlong of Colgate was a caller in Page Friday.
Herman Lentz was a Fargo visitor on Saturday.
Dave Baasch of Lake Township was a caller in Page Saturday.
Lloyd Orser of Colgate was a caller in Page on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Develyn autoed to Fargo on Saturday.
Mrs. J. B. Catlin was a Fargo visitor on Thursday.
Mrs. Ralph Kempf and two children Donald and James left by way of Hunter for Fordwille, N. Dak. Saturday morning, where she will attend a banquet given by the Lutheran church of Fordville in honor of her father, Mr. Peter Aafedt, who is eighty years old on Sunday April 26th. All of his children and relatives are expected to be present at the banquet.
Miss Thelma Smith, teacher at Colgate spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith.
Rev. and Mrs. Mirers of Wheatland were dinner guests at the home of Dr. J. B. James on Sunday.
L. Duane Bishop and family were callers in Page on Sunday afternoon from Buffalo.
Mrs. C. E. Baumgardner who has been very ill with heart trouble is slowly improving.
Dr. L. C. Davenport of Fargo was here on professional business on Wednesday.
C. Grassel of Finley, N. Dak., the Standard Oil agent, was a caller in Page on Thursday.
The Page Royal Neighbors will hold a meeting in Benson's Hall on May 12th.
Miss Gladys Veitch of Argusville returned to her home after visiting in Page for a few days.
Ben Woodward, the village assessor, has been assessing the village of Page this week.
Mrs. J. J. Brandt and daughter Miss Lillian Brandt were Fargo guests on Tuesday.
Mr. J. E. Pepper, of Fargo, was in Page Friday representing the Mutual Life Insurance Co.
P. L. Toss of Valley City was in Page Friday looking after business connected with the drug store.
Mr. and Mrs. Monson, who have been living in the Matt Murphy residence, have moved to the Joseph residence in the north part of town.
Miss Lillian Erickson left Sunday for Grand Forks where she is attending the University, after being detained at home for over a week with the mumps.
The Operetta, “Polished Pebbles” which was given in the High School last Friday night, was very successful. Receipts from the operetta were $66.85. Ray Lindsey returned Thursday morning from Madelia, Minn., where he had been attending his stepmother's funeral.
Miss Mary Fowler, teacher in the High School, went to Casselton to spend the weekend with relatives on Friday.
Carl Baumgardner of Fargo was a guest at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Baumgardner on Saturday and Sunday.
W. A. Cheshire, cashier of the Luverne State Bank of Luverne, N. Dak. was a business caller in Page on Saturday.
Miss Lois Wallace a teacher at Walden visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Wallace Saturday and Sunday.
R. C. Lindsey and family spent Sunday in Valley City visiting with Mrs. Lindsey's sister, Mrs. P. L. Foss.
Stanley Austin of New York Mills, Minn., left Saturday for Washington, after visiting for a few days with his sister Mrs. Frank Woodbury.
Miss Betty Rutherford entertained the little girls of the first grade at her home south of town on Friday afternoon, in honor of her sixth birthday.
After the operetta Mr. and Ms. Sturch entertained the members of both the girls and boys Glee Clubs and faculty in the Domestic Science room. Ice cream and cake were served. Mrs. Matt Murphy helped with the serving.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Sturch and son William went to Fargo Monday evening.
Dr. Vestal, assistant county agent, was calling on his many Page friends Tuesday.
Miss Maleda Brudevold led the Epworth League service in the M. E. church Sunday evening, the Epworth League are working hard to raise $110 to send about 14 delegates to the Epworth League Institute to be held in Valley City in July.
Kenneth McGregor, manager of the Hartly Stock Farm, left on Monday for California, to look after interests on the farm there of which he is also manager. He expects to return to Page some time before the first of June.
The Juniors will serve their annual dinner to the Seniors and Faculty of Page High School on May 2nd. in the Masonic Temple. The Baptist Ladies Aid will serve the dinner after the dinner the Juniors and their guests will go to the school auditorium for a party.
The state meeting of the Gideons will be held at Valley City, N. Dak., May 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Mr. W. J. Courtney will give an address at the Sunday afternoon meeting on the subject “Is the Bible the Word of God?” Also a male quartette from Page will sing at the Saturday afternoon session and at the banquet Saturday evening and at one of the churches Sunday morning.
The personnel of the quartette: First Tenor-W. J. Courtney, Second Tenor-Reuben Bolmeier, First Bass-L. Duane Bishop, Second Bass-Dr. J. B. James, with Mrs. F. R. Sturch accompanist.
They say we're in for a good crop. Well, in the Page vicinity it has already arrived. Dr. James reports the birth of twins in two homes in that vicinity the past month. Twins, a boy and a girl, were born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of Ayr on Saturday. Mr. Smith is a mail carrier out of Ayr.
Madames Sturch and Courtney, Edward Courtney, Genevieve Benson, Morris Bjerken, Lillian Lindsey, Dorothy Burley and Francis McKenna attended the Cass County Musical contests in Casselton Saturday.
Page made a very good second receiving three first prizes from four entries.
Francis McKenna of the eighth grade played a piano solo, Melody of Love, and received first prize.
Lillian Lindsey and Dorothy Burley of the eighth grade played a piano duet from “The Awakening of Spring,” and received first prize.
Edward Courtney from the high school played a piano solo, “March Fantasque,” and received first prize.
Genevieve Benson of the fifth grade played a piano solo, Pearls of Foam, and received honorable mention. All of the winners of First Prizes in the contest of music at Casselton last Saturday were asked by County Superintendent Miss Caroline Evingson to come to Fargo and broadcast their numbers during National Music Week.
Mrs. Bert Catlin and children came home from Fargo Wednesday morning.
L. S. Benson and wife of Pillsbury were visitors in Page Thursday night.
Carl Martin of Devils Lake was a business caller in Page on Thursday.
W. J. Courtney and Edward Courtney were callers in Colgate on Wednesday.
Rev. Charles Langdon of Hope was a Page caller on Thursday.
Mr. Hi Berg of Hillsboro, a piano tuner, was in Page on Thursday tuning pianos.
Mr. Clifford Barnes, Miss Lavers, Dennis and Mary --- drove to Fargo on Friday.
Mrs. D'Evelyn, Miss Helen Dennerly and Natalie Murphy autoed to Mayville on Thursday.
Myron Senn is at home this week from school with a case of mumps.
Mrs. Ralph Kempf arrived home Saturday evening from Fordville, where she has been visiting relatives.
Giles Appel and O. M. Isackson were Fargo visitors Friday.
Otto Anderson of near Ayr was a Page caller on Monday.
The seventh and eighth grades will go to Valley City on Saturday, the 9th of May, for a picnic.
Royal Neighbors will meet in Benson's Hall on May 12th.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willert and family visited at the C. D. Wheeler home near Colgate on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Geske and daughter Verna autoed to Fargo on Saturday, returning Sunday.
Miss Charlotte Fraser, a national worker of the W. C. T. U., who was in Page Wednesday and Thursday attending the Fifteenth District W. C. T. U. Convention, spoke to the high school on Thursday afternoon.
The winners of first prizes at the musical contest held in Casselton on Saturday, April 25th, will broadcast their pieces that won prizes in Fargo on Saturday, May 9th.
The children had their annual pleasure May 1, hanging May baskets to their little friends.
Mr. F. R. Sturch went to Fargo Friday night and drove back a new Willys Knight Sedan on Saturday.
Mrs. Warren Smith and Mrs. Edwin Lowe to Fargo were guests at the home of F. V. Wallace Saturday and Sunday.
Francis McKenna is home from school this week with the mumps.
Mr. Bert Catlin drove to Sabin, Minn., on Monday, where he has accepted a position in a garage. The family will move about the first of June.
Miss Hilda Willard has returned to school again after being absent for a week with the mumps.
Mr. J. C. Miller and W. J. Courtney drove to Fargo on Monday. Mr. Courtney will leave Fargo Monday afternoon for Bismarck, N. Dak., where he has a case before the supreme court on Tuesday.
Delroy Taskey has bought a Ford touring car.
Osborne Swanson is sick with the mumps this week.
Mrs. Ray Dahlin will entertain the Lutheran Sewing Society Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Lois Wallace was a weekend guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Wallace.
Dr. J. B. James drove over to Valley City Sunday and attended the Gideon convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Sturch, son William and Lyman Bjerken drove to Valley City Sunday to attend the Gideon convention. Mrs. Struch accompanied the Page Quartette which sang in the First M. E. Church in Valley City Sunday morning. Personnel of the quartette were as follows: W. J. Courtney, Reuben Bolmeier, L. Duane Bishop and Dr. J. B. James.
W. J. Courtney and Dr. J. B. James were Buffalo callers on Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Sturch and son William arrived home from Fargo on Wednesday morning.
Bert Catlin drove to Fargo on Tuesday.
John Conrad of Erie was a caller in Page on Monday.
William Mullins went to Erie last Sunday and visited with his family.
James Nevins and Carl Johnson were Fargo visitors on Thursday.
Mrs. Frank Bowers went to New Rockford last Monday for a few days' visit with her mother, Mrs. Fay.
J. R. Benson and Fred Melton drove to Fargo on Wednesday afternoon and attended a Masonic banquet Wednesday evening.
Robert and Frank Sayer of Hunter visited at the Rintoul home Saturday.
The Dakota Five of Fargo will give a dance in Lindsey's Hall next Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rintoul and sons Earl and Glenn visited at Hunter with the R. A. Sayer family on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Erickson and daughter, Helen, drove to Fargo on Wednesday.
Mrs. Ruth Fowler, Mrs. S. A. Murphy and daughter, Marion, of Casselton, were guests of Miss Mary Fowler on Saturday.
Page will send a number of members of the high school to take part in the track meet at Valley City Saturday, May 9th.
H. G. Burrill from Hunter was in Page Monday looking after business matters.
Mr. W. J. Courtney and family attended the Gideon convention in Valley City Sunday. Mr. Courtney gave an address Sunday afternoon at the convention.
Rev. Mirers of Wheatland was a dinner guest at the J. B. Benson home on Sunday.
The Page high School boys baseball team played a good game of baseball at Ayr with the Ayr High School team last Thursday. Score was 10 to 6 in favor of Page.
Mr. M. N. Mallory arrived from Minneapolis on Monday morning to take charge of the First National Bank again. Mrs. Mallory and son Howard will come to Page to make their home here about the first of June.
Miss Sarah Heddon and Charles Johnk autoed to Fargo Sunday, April 26th, visited with Miss Anne Linser, and went to Sabin where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krabbenhoft. They spent Monday in Fargo shopping, and returned to Page in the evening. They made the trip in their new Ford.
The Royal Neighbors play, “Where is Breezy Point,” given in Lindsey's Hall last Friday night was highly appreciated by the large audience. The proceeds were $94 from the play and $46 from the dance following. They cleared $90 above expenses.
The local post of the American Legion met Wednesday evening to make arrangements for the annual observance of Memorial Day. Plans will be announced in the Headlight next week.
H. G. Piper & Co., local Ford dealers, unloaded a carload of Fords Wednesday. Former Page Woman Dies in Canada Word has been received in Page of the death on April 29 of Mrs. Elizabeth Collins, widow of James Collins, formerly of Page. Mrs. Collins died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. P. C. Hiles at Calgary, Can.
Surviving are four children, W. H. Collins, Mrs. Elmer Coven, Teringtosh, Alta., Mrs. J. C. McKinley, Camrose, Alta., and Mrs. P. C. Hiles, her mother, two sisters, two brothers and 12 grandchildren.
Mrs. F. V. Wallace has been quite sick this week.
George Gagnon has purchased a Ford touring car.
Mrs. Lloyd Orser of Colgate was a caller in Page Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Jefferson and daughter Mary autoed to Fargo on Saturday.
Clovis Gagnon returned to school on Monday after being absent for a week on account of the mumps.
Miss Thelma Smith of Colgate spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Wallace moved to their farm on Saturday where they will spend the summer.
Mrs. Hans Erickson is quite sick this week with an attack of the mumps.
Elmer E. Green of Minneapolis was a business caller in Page on Wednesday.
F. W. Cowles of Minneapolis was a business caller in Page on Wednesday.
Avery Johnson of Devils Lake was a caller in Page on Thursday.
Frank Lippert of McVille, N. D., was a business caller in Page on Wednesday.
Maurice Murphy has been sick this week with the mumps.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Elgen on Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lindsey and family autoed to Valley City on Sunday afternoon and visited with relatives.
John Conrad was a business caller in Page on Saturday.
Miss Ruth Barckley, who has been teaching near Glen Ullin, arrived home Monday morning, having completed her term of school.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Sturch and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Courtney were callers in Colgate Sunday evening.
“Girl Shy,” a Harold Lloyd comedy, will be shown in the school house next Saturday night, May 16.
Miss Laura Hill and Mrs. William Mollins of Erie were callers in Page on Monday evening.
Bert Umsted of Colgate was a business caller on Saturday.
The Baptist Ladies Aid served lunches and a sale of fancy work in Benson's store on Saturday. Receipts from sale and lunches were about $20.
Frank Lippert and son of McVille, N. D., were business visitors in Page on Thursday.
The new piano that the Parent-Teachers association has just purchased arrived on Monday.
Misses Natalie Murphy and Helen Dennerly autoed to Hope on Saturday where they attended a shower for Miss Ruth Lathrop.
Miss Vera Lentz, teacher near Luverne, visited over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lentz.
The 7th and 8th grades accompanied by Mrs. Giles Appel and Misses Maude Sachtjen and Grace Jefferies, drove to Valley City Saturday where they enjoyed a picnic in the Chautauqua grounds.
William Sturch won the tennis tournament for singles, which was held for the Page high school and the 7th and 8th grades during the last month.
Miss Lavera Dennis left Friday evening for Casselton where she visited at the Floyd Foley home returning Sunday evening.
James McPherson was in Fargo on Monday attending a meeting to make arrangements for the Cass county Sunday school convention to be held in Page May 27th.
Mrs. George Gagnon and Mrs. Matt Murphy were dinner guests Sunday evening at the John Long farm.
R. R. Brownlie was a Fargo visitor on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Sturch autoed to Buffalo on Saturday evening.
H. G. Piper local Ford dealer has recently received a new shipment of Fords.
Raymond Evert of Valley City is visiting with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Binkenburg this week.
J. B. Benson and family autoed to Valley City Sunday where they visited relatives.
A. E. Moen, cashier of McVille First National Bank of McVille, N. D., was a caller at the W. J. Courtney home on Tuesday evening.
W. J. Courtney returned Tuesday evening from Bismarck where he had been attending supreme court.
Lavone Lemke is sick this week with the mumps.
Carl Johnson visited over the weekend with relatives at Kindred.
Osborne Swenson is quit sick this week with acute glandular fever.
Rev. Mirers of Wheatland was a dinner guest at the J. R. Mollins home on Sunday.
E. C. Patterson was recently purchased a new Buick coach.
Mrs. Matt Murphy autoed to Fargo on Saturday, returning on Sunday morning.
Augusta Schmidt of Hope was a Page visitor on Friday.
The Page high school baseball team played in Galesburg with the high school on Monday. Score was 7 to 13 in favor of Galesburg.
R. C. Lindsey, local undertaker, attended the funeral of Mrs. Hannah Matthew of Erie on Thursday.
Esther Swenson who has been teaching near Wofford, N. D., returned to page Monday evening, having completed her term of school.
H. G. Burrill and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gillett of Hunter attended the Community Club meeting in Page on Friday evening.
Mrs. Mary Smith went to Aneta Tuesday morning for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Fannie Keyes and her son, Mr. W. E. Smith.
Miss Grace Jeffries went to Casselton from Valley City to visit with home folks, returning to Page Monday morning.
Alfred Johnson was in Galesburg one day last week taking photographs of the Sons of Norway and S. and D. N. Bldg., and members.
Lois Wallace of Walden spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Wallace.
Mrs. Elmer Ordway, Misses Ruth and Marguerite McKinnon of Grand Forks visited at the Chas. Wanser home on Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Morrish of Fargo were calling on friends in Page on Thursday. They came by auto and returned the same evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tosteson of Fargo came up Friday and attended the Community Club Friday and visited with Mrs. Tosteson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gage on Mother's day.
Miss Margaret Reiger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Reiger of Page, was taken to Rochester, Minn., Thursday evening where she is receiving medical treatment.
The annual senior “Sneak Day” was celebrated by the senior class with a class picnic held in Valley City Wednesday, May 6. Miss Helen Dennerley, class advisor, accompanied them.
Miss Ethel Evingson, assistant county superintendent, visited Page schools on Tuesday.
The senior class entertained the junior class at a picnic on Wednesday evening.
Dr. L. C. Davenport of Fargo was in Page Tuesday and Wednesday attending to professional business.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Doyle moved from the F. R. Sturch residence in the south part of town to the residence of Rev. J. O'Driscoll on Thursday, Mr. M. N. Mallory having recently purchased the F. R. Sturch residence in which the Doyles had been living.
Mrs. Mary Smith returned to Page on Friday morning from Los Angeles, Cal., where she has spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. O. A. Pearce.
The local post of the American Legion met Wednesday evening. They have made their plans for the observance of Memorial Day and work has begun on a program for that day.
The junior class of Page high school held a class meeting and voted to donate $30 to the fund for the purchase of a new piano for the high school.
W. J. Courtney went to McVille, N. D., on Tuesday where he attended to professional business.
Rev. Colvin of Ayr accompanied the Ayr high school baseball team to Page on Thursday, where they played a game with the Page high school boys on the local diamond. Score 6 to 1 in favor of Page.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Matthes and little son, John Francis, who reside on a farm in Pontiac township, near Enderlin, will appear as the family representing maturity in the autumn episode of “The Kingdom of the Flowers” pageant to be given by the Cass county schools at their annual play day at Casselton next Saturday.
Mrs. Iver Madsen, 77 year old Wheatland pioneer will play the part of the old lady about whom the play centers. Others to take the parts are: John Van Arnam of Kindred, Misses Betty Sheldon of Fargo, teaching at Wheatland, and Jessie McLachlin of Hunter and Alice Benson of Page.
Mrs. P. J. McKenna and son Francis and Mrs. Williard Bowers autoed to Fargo Saturday. Francis broadcasted from WDAY the piano solo that won first prize in the eighth grade in the Cass county musical contest on Saturday night. They returned Sunday morning.
Edward Courtney drove from Valley City to Fargo Saturday evening where he broadcasted from WDAY the piano solo which won first prize at the Cass county musical contest.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Evert of Valley City autoed to Page Saturday where they visited with Mrs. Evert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blinkenburg, returning Sunday.
The Cass County Sunday school convention will be held in Page on May 27th. Arrangements are being made for a good program. Rev. Colvin of Ayr will conduct the morning services, Rev. Kreitlow of Leonard the afternoon services and Rev. McKinnon of Page the evening service. A large delegation is expected. There will be a picnic dinner at noon and Page Sunday School will serve coffee.
The Page high school sent the following boys to Valley City last Saturday to compete in the track meet and tennis tournament: Paul Benzmiller, Quentin Linstrom, William Sturch, Edward Courtney, James Murphy, Peter Long, Olav Skabo, James Murphy received the fourth prize in the 220 yard dash.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elgen and the Misses Dorothy Burley and Lillian Lindsey autoed to Fargo on Saturday. Dorothy Burley and Lillian Lindsey broadcasted from WDAY station their piano duet which won the first prize in Casselton at the Cass county musical contest. They returned the same evening.
Halvor Gorden from Pillsbury was a caller in Page on Wednesday.
J. T. Morgan was a Fargo visitor on Wednesday.
Jane Beger is sick this week with the mumps.
Ed Fuller of Hope was a business caller in Page on Thursday.
Mr. --- Dahl of McVille was a business caller in Page on Thursday.
R. R. Brownlee was a Fargo visitor on Tuesday.
Floyd Orser of Colgate was a caller in Page on Wednesday.
Charlie Livingood of Tower City, was a caller in Page on Wednesday.
Stanley Iverson of Page was a Fargo visitor Tuesday.
Daniel Thurston from near Ayr was in Page Monday on business.
Mr. Clifford Barnes was a Casselton visitor on Monday.
Mrs. Frank Woodbury has been substituting on the mail route this week for her husband.
Mr. Martin Satrom of Colgate was a business caller in Page on Wednesday.
Mr. Frank Kraft has been quite sick this week with a case of blood poisoning.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keyes and family of Pillsbury were guests at the L. B. Smith home on Sunday.
Otto Jenson and family of Buffalo were guests at the Jenson and Blinkinburg homes on Sunday.
Mrs. W. J. Courtney was in Aneta on Saturday visiting at the home of Mrs. Fannie Keyes.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Sturch drove to Casselton on Monday and attended the Cass County Play Day.
Mr. Arthur McGuire and Mr. Haley of Minneapolis were business visitors in Page on Monday.
Mr. George Gagnon and Cloris Gagnon were callers in Hope on Saturday.
Giles Appel injured his finger quite badly while playing ball on Sunday.
Carpenters are at work at the J. J. Murphy home building a new sun parlor.
The seniors of Page High school held their class night exercises on Tuesday night.
Rev. Carl Mirers of Wheatland was a dinner guest at the W. J. Courtney home on Sunday.
The Village Board has started grading the fixing up the streets of Page.
Allen Knight, a student at the N. D. A. C., was home on Sunday for a short visit with relatives and friends.
Mr. Hiram Parsons and family drove to Casselton on Monday and attended the Cass County Play Day.
Mr. Merle Miller of Hunter was in Page on Tuesday taking orders for the Harper Brush Co.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sayer and family of Hunter visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rintoul on Sunday.
A movie, “North of '36,” will be shown in the school house on Friday and Saturday evenings.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Larvie of Oriska visited at the home of George Larvie on Sunday.
Paul Benzmiller visited with his parents near Galesburg on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Olein and family of Oriska visited at the home of George Larvie on Sunday.
Rev. McKinnon and wife and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Brownlee attended the Cass County Play Day in Casselton on Monday.
Mrs. P. J. McKenna drove to Casselton on Monday to attend the Play Day and also took a load of the children who took part in the pageant.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Odell and family of Tower City visited on Sunday with Mrs. Odell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Brownlee.
Mrs. Maude Slattery came home from Clifford last Thursday where she has been employed on a farm this spring.
Dorothy Burley had a few of her girl friends at her home on Wednesday evening and they enjoyed a taffy pull.
W. J. Morrish of Fargo has been in Page a few days this week looking after business connected with the First National Bank.
Edward Courtney and W. J. Courtney drove to McVille Saturday and exchanged their old sedan for a new Ford car.
Miss Mary Fowler, a teacher in the High School, went to Fargo on Friday night, returning on Monday morning.
The Lutheran Ladies Aid will serve s supper and have a sale in Benson's Hall on Saturday evening, May 23. Price of supper is 25 to 35 cents.
Mrs. W. J. Courtney and children and Miss Eileen Gagnon drove to Casselton on Monday and attended the Cass County Play Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elgen and family and Mrs. Frank Krait attended the Cass County Play Day in Casselton on Monday.
Dr. J. B. James and wife drove to Fargo Monday and are attending the convention of the N. D. State Medical Association.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavoie and family of Oriska were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Lavoie on Sunday.
Myron Dennis and two sisters, Mary and Lavera, and Miss Lillian Lindsey drove to Casselton on Monday and attended the Play Day.
There was not school in Page on Monday on account of Play Day, and a large number of the scholars attended the track meet and pageant in Casselton.
Marshall Sloan, a painter on the Thompson farm buildings, fell from a ladder and broke both his arm and leg. It was a new ladder, but one of the rounds broke, causing the fall.
Mr. George N. Powell of Fargo, representative of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., was in Page on Tuesday looking after business.
Miss Gladys Woodbury has been elected a number of the Lambda Phi Sigma honorary educational fraternity at the Moorhead State Teachers College.
Miss Leona Rintoul, one of the graduates of the Page High School this year, is quite sick with the mumps and will be unable to attend the graduating exercises.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bristol and daughter of Clifford were in Page on Sunday evening and attended the Baccalaureate services held in the school house.
Mr. Clark D'Evelyn, Miss Dennerly, Miss Grace Jefferies, Miss Finley, all teachers in the Page schools, attended the Cass County Play Day in Casselton on Monday.
Mrs. W. J. Courtney and children started to Webster, N. D. on Friday and went as far as Hope, but the roads were so heavy from the rain, that they decided to return home.
Rev. Charles Langdon, Mrs. Langdon and daughter, and Miss Alice McMann of Hope, were callers at the W. J. Courtney home on Sunday evening.
Mr. Roy Lindsey, local undertaker, drove to Valley City last week with the hearse to meet the body of Mrs. Ed Milligan, who recently died in Montana. She was taken to Hope, her former home, for burial.
Messrs. Anderson and Johnson of Fergus Falls were here on Thursday looking over the town to see if they could run an electric high line here connecting it with the Fergus Falls high line.
Mr. Torger Skabo of Perth, N. D., arrived Friday evening and is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark D'Evelyn. He is a brother of Mrs. D'Evelyn's and Olav Skabo. He expects to stay and attend the Commencement exercises.
Fred Tieman of Page, who has seriously hurt at Little Falls, Minn., on April 11th, when an automobile he was driving was struck by a Northern Pacific passenger train, will be able to leave the hospital soon, his attending physician says, providing his mental facilities return to normal.
Mr. Tieman, who had been employed on a farm near Page, had gone to Minneapolis a few days before the accident and purchased an automobile which he was driving home when the accident occurred. He had been employed at the O. H. Jahnk farm, one mile northeast of Page.
In the track events at Casselton on Monday, James Murphy won second place in the shot put. He won third place in the high jump also. Olav Skabo won third place in the half mile race. Peter Long, William Sturch, L--- Bjerken and James Murphy won first place in the half mile relay race.
Rev. Charles Langdon of Hope preached the local Baccalaureate sermon on Sunday night. Mrs. Langdon and daughter and Miss Alice McMann accompanied him and attended the services. The school house was packed to its full capacity and quite a number could not get in to hear the sermon.
The Cass County Sunday School convention will be held at Page on the 27th of May. A good program has been arranged. Miss Bertha Palmer, a state worker, will be among the speakers. Miss Palmer attended the National Sunday School convention in Glasgow, Scotland, last summer and will have something interesting to tell us. A picnic dinner and the Page Sunday Schools will serve coffee and lemonade.
Miss Gladys Woodbury of Page has recently been honored by election to Lambda Phi Sigma, an honorary educational fraternity of State Teachers College, Moorhead, Minn., where Miss Woodbury is a senior. Election to this organization is based upon scholarship, character and professional attainments. Miss Woodbury is also an active member of Camp Fire and during the winter served on the intercollegiate debate squad.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lindsey and family drove to Tower city on Thursday evening to attend a play from Fargo, directed by Miss Matilda Thompson, teacher at the A. C. College. Miss Thompson is a sister of Mrs. Lindsey.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Morrow of Erie were in Page on Thursday and attended the program given by the Minneapolis business men on their friendship tour.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Odell and family of Tower City attended the program given by the Minneapolis business men on Thursday afternoon.
The senior class gave a very fine class program on Tuesday night to a packed house. The cartooning was especially good. The commencement exercises on Wednesday night were very successful. The commencement address was given by President C. C. Swain of the Mayville normal. Pres. Swain gave a fine address and is a very convincing speaker. In the class will be given by the Olav Skabo, the class willed $50.00 to be applied as a payment on the new piano.
Miss Frances Long arrived home on Wednesday morning for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Long. Miss Long is training for a nurse at St. John's Hospital in Fargo.
The Royal Neighbors had their regular meeting on Tuesday night. They were entertained the first part of the evening by the juvenile department of the Royal Neighbors, after which three new members, Mrs. Hal Hoover, Mrs. George Lemke and Miss Moe were initiated. A social hour and refreshments were enjoyed afterwards.
Mr. and Ms. Henry Baasch and family of Tower City attended the program given by the Minneapolis business men on Thursday afternoon.
At the general spring elections, which are quite an exciting event in the student life at Jamestown college, Mr. William McPherson of Page was reelected to the office of chairman of Forensics. This is a position of considerable importance and the reelection of Mr. McPherson indicates the entirely satisfactory manner in which he has conducted the business in the past. Mr. McPherson finishes his junior year at Jamestown college this year.
H. A. Malchose of Ayr was in Page on Wednesday. He acted as one of the judges on the limerick contest given by the Minneapolis business men.
Saturday was poppy day. The money raised from the sale of these poppies will be devoted to the relief of destitute and needy veterans and their families. The local American Legion post had change of the sale, but the poppies were sold by the boys and girls of the community.
There was a heavy wind and dust storm during Thursday night. The dust was so think that automobile drivers couldn't see to keep on the road. Several telegraph poles were broken off.
Mrs. Ida Joseph started for Seattle Tuesday morning, where she expects to locate and practice her profession. Mrs. Joseph finished a course at the Palmer School of Chiropractic at Davenport, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Sturch and son William and Lyman Bjerken expect to start for California the first of June. They are going to drive in their new car and are going to visit several places of interest along the way. Mr. and Mrs. Sturch expect to attend summer school in Berkeley, California. Also they will visit with Mrs. Sturch's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Burns, who live in Sacramento. They expect to return about Sept. 1st.
Will June of California was in Page on Wednesday. He is back in Ayr for the summer, looking after his farm.
Charles Elgen and F. A. Devereaux drove to Fargo on Wednesday.
Little Catherine Senn was sick last week with mumps.
J. B. Benson was a Fargo caller on Wednesday.
Rev. Charles Langdon and wife of Hope were visitors in Page on Wednesday. He acted as one of the judges in the limerick contest given by the Minneapolis Civic and Commerce clubs.
Raymond Blinkinburg was in Valley City Tuesday, visiting with his sister, Mrs. Ernest Evert.
W. A. Dorrance of Ayr was a caller in Page on Tuesday.
Arthur Mitchell of Ayr was a caller in Page on Wednesday.
W. J. Courtney was a business caller in Hope on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Devereaux left Thursday evening for a visit of a few weeks with relatives in Wisconsin.
Miss Clara Nicholls of Perham, Minn., was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Wentz last week.
J. B. Benson attended a Masonic meeting in Casselton on Thursday.
Carl Workman and family were callers in Page on Thursday afternoon.
Miss Margaret Long of Fargo arrived Sunday for a short vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Long. Miss Long is taking training for a nurse at St. John's hospital, in Fargo.
Harold Vowels of Tower City attended the program on Thursday given by the Minneapolis business men.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Benzmiller of Galesburg attended the commencement exercises on Wednesday night.
Fred Keyes of Pillsbury was here on Thursday afternoon to help welcome the Minneapolis business men.
H. R. Hartman was Fargo caller this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Chamberlain and daughter Jean and Miss Marian Chamberlain autoed to Prosper on Sunday and visited with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Courtney went to Fargo on Friday afternoon.
Mrs. George Adams of Fort Totten arrived here on Thursday evening for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taskey.
There was a heavy rain with some hail on Friday afternoon. No damage was done.
Page school closed on Friday, May 22nd.
The high school had a picnic on Thursday at Valley City. Miss Mary Fowler was the chaperone.
The many friends of Mrs. E. C. Baumgardner are glad to see her able to be around again after a very serious attack of heart trouble.
Messrs. Fred Smith and Jensen of Tower City were Page visitors Thursday afternoon.
E. E. Webb of Arthur was a Page visitor Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Meader of Hope were callers in Page on Wednesday.
W. J. Medd and daughter Edith from Walden attended the commencement exercises in Page on Wednesday night.
Mrs. Mary Smith arrived home Wednesday evening from Aneta where she had been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Fannie Keyes.
Miss Marion Chamberlain left for her home in Prosper on Thursday. She has been attending high school in Page this year and has just completed her junior year.
Miss Thelma Smith, teacher in Colgate, attended the commencement exercises in Page Wednesday night.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. James returned home from Fargo on Tuesday evening, where they had been attending the State Medical Association. While in Fargo they purchased a new Buick coach.
The fifth and sixth grades had a picnic at the James Long farm on Thursday.
M. N. Mallory has had the interior of his home redecorated. He purchased his home from F. Sturch.
Mrs. C. O. Gray and Mrs. Louie Gray left Tuesday morning for Finley, where they will visit with relatives of Mrs. Louie Gray.
Miss Eileen Gagnon is quite sick this week with the mumps.
Miss Mary Fowler, teacher in Page school, left for her home in Casselton Friday evening.
Miss Helen Dennerly, Vera Smith, Helen and Evelyn Erickson drove to Grand Forks Thursday and attended the May fete and visited with Miss Lillian Erickson, who is a student at the Grand Forks university. They returned Sunday evening.
Miss Lois Wallace who has been teaching at Walden, is home, having completed her teaching at school last Friday.
Miss Dorothy Burley is sick this week with mumps.
The Methodist Sunday school is preparing a children's day program to be given June 14.
Rev. Carl Mirers of Wheatland was a dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Woodward on Sunday.
Miss Maude Seehajen, who has been teaching in Page school, left for her home in Plainfield, Wis., on Friday evening.
Miss Mabel Kloster of Sharon was a caller in Page on Monday night.
Mrs. Mary Willert was visiting with her daughter, Mrs. C. D. Wheeler of Colgate last week. She returned home on Friday night.
Bert Catlin was up from Sabin on Sunday visiting with his family. Mr. Catlin is working in a garage in Sabin, Minn., now.
The Cass County Council of Religious Education met at Page Wednesday, May 27, 1925.
H. G. Burrill of Hunter was in Page on Monday looking after business connected with the Page Headlight.
On Saturday, May 30, Memorial day will be observed in Page. The program will be held at the cemetery at ten o'clock in the morning. The parade will be formed at 9:30 o'clock on main street.
W. R. Parsons returned Monday from Fargo, where he has been visiting the past week with his daughter, Mrs. T. O. Pearce and family.
The World Wide Guild of the Baptist church held a meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Frank Collins.
Rex Brace of Broadlawn was a caller in Page on Tuesday.
Wesley Dennis of Hope was visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dennis on Sunday.
Mr. Van Dunn went to Breckenridge, Minn., on business Saturday night, returning Monday morning.
Donald Jenson and Edward Courtney unloaded a car of cement for the Page Lumber company.
Paul Benzmiller has taken a job on the Farmers Elevator company. He is helping with the carpenter work.
Baptist Ladies Aid will meet Thursday afternoon, June 4, at the home of Mrs. June Booker.
Dr. James is driving a new Buick Master Six coach and it is certainly a beauty.
O. M. Isackson is the owner of a new Ford couple, having traded in his sedan on it.
Mrs. Clark D'Evelyn is visiting for a few days with Miss Natalie Murphy before returning to her home in Perth, N. D., where she expects to spend her summer vacation.
Mr. Torger and Olav Skabo left for Perth, N. D., Sunday morning.
Clark D'Evelyn left for Perth, N. D., Sunday morning. Mr. D'Evelyn expects to work for the Northern School Supply company during the summer months in the western part of the state.
Miss Grace Jeffries, teacher in Page school, left for her home in Casselton Friday evening.
Miss Thelma Smith, a teacher at Colgate, spent the weekend visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith.
The Lutheran Ladies Aid served lunch and held a spring sale in Benson's hall on Saturday. Proceeds were about forty dollars.
Mrs. Kenneth McGregor entertained a number of guests at the tea given at her home, in honor of her mother, Mrs. Evans, on Tuesday afternoon, May 26.
A number of young people from Page attended the dance in Hope Thursday evening.
The town dads are fixing up the town streets and putting in some crossings which are badly needed in the main streets.
Mrs. M. N. Mallory and son Harold expect to arrive this week from Minneapolis to make their home here.
The friends of J. B. Benson have persuaded him to announce himself a candidate for a place on the board of education in the annual school election to be held next Tuesday, June 2nd at the school house. Mr. Olaf Bjerken whose term expires, and who is a very able member of the board is employed as manager of an elevator at Blabon and many people feel that inasmuch as he is away from home most of the time, it is inconvenient for him to continue as a director.
Three cars of lumber were unloaded this week to be used in the erection of an addition to the south elevator of the Page Elevator Co. The new addition will provide room for 20,000 bushels of grain and will give the company a local capacity of better than one hundred thousand bushels. It is expected that the building will be completed by July first.
The feed mill will be moved to the new building, a new roller mill having been purchased by the company to be installed when the building is completed. A new engine and truck dumps will also be installed, making this house one of the most modern equipped plant in the state.
Giles Appel is manager of the Page house.
The Royal Neighbors met in Benson's hall Tuesday, evening, May 2nd. Before the meeting was called to order, the juvenils gave the following program: Song by Juvenils, Jokes by Ardith Bullington, Such queer Juvenils by Mildred Summer, Song-Anchored-Francis McKenna, Mildred Summer, isn't it fine-Vivian Telin and Morris Murphy, Puzzeled Dutchman-Woodrow Gagnon, Song-“Good Night Neighbors.” Three candidates were initiated: Arla Hoover, Norma Moe, Bessie Lemke.
Neighbors Moe and Lemke are now ready for engagements for auto polo exhibitions for county fairs, picnics, etc. A lunch was served and social time followed.
The next meeting will be June 9th. The losing side of the contest will furnish the supper and the winners will furnish the entertainment.
Memorial Day will be observed at Page as has been the custom for years past. At 10:30 in the forenoon there will be the usual services at the cemetery with the firing squad firing salutes over the graves of veterans, and with short talks, music, etc. In the line of march to the cemetery there will be the Legion, Auxilliary and other patriotic organizations and all others who may wish to go to the cemetery. A flag drill will be part of the ceremonies.
John Appel was a visitor in Fargo on Saturday.
Miss June Barckley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Barckley of Page, is one of the 122 graduates to graduate from the Elementary Course at the Minot Normal school at Minot on Thursday, June 11.
Rev. J. M. Hupp of Jamestown, N. D., will assist Pastor L. McKinnon in a short series of special evangelical meetings beginning on June 8th.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Parsons and daughter from Sioux Falls, S. Dak., arrived Saturday by car for a short visit with Mr. Parson's father, Mr. Wilson Parson, returning to S. Dak. Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Parsons and daughters of Amenia were guests of Mr. Parson's father, Mr. Wilson Parson, on Sunday.
On Sunday a family reunion dinner was given at the Hiram Parsons home east of Page, which is the homestead of Mr. Wilson Parson, where he settled in 1882 when first coming to Page. Twenty-one members of the family were entertained at dinner. Five of te seven children of Mr. Wilson Parson were home with their families. The five were Mrs. B. L. Barckley of Page, Mrs. Howard Parker of Page, Mr. Hiram Parson of Page, Mr. W. E. Parson of Amenia and Mr. M. W. Parson of Sioux Falls, S. D. Two of the children were absent, Mrs. T. J. Pearce of Fargo and Mr. W. D. Parson of Nampa, Idaho. Mr. Wilson Parson has 21 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Ten of them were present at the reunion. It was the first time in 18 years that the two brothers, Mr. W. E. Parson, and Mr. M. W. Parson had seen each other.
Mr. Wilson Parson went to Amenia on Sunday evening for a few days' visit with his son, W. E. Parson and family.
Mrs. Clark D'Evelyn, who has been visiting with Natalie Murphy for a few days, left for Perth, N. Dak., on Monday morning, where she will spend her summer vacation with relatives.
Miss Hilda Willert left Saturday for near Colgate, where she is visiting with her sister, Mrs. C. D. Wheeler.
Mrs. Mary Murphy accompanied Mrs. James Long to Fargo Sunday, where she visited with friends for a few days.
Wesley Dennis of Hope was visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dennis on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Sturch and son William and Lyman Bjerken left Monday, June 1, for an extensive automobile trip to California where Mr. and Mrs. Sturch will visit Mrs. Sturch's parents at Sacramento, and also attend summer school at Berkeley. They expect to camp out during the trip. They will visit Yellowstone Park and a number of places of interest along the way. They will return to Page about Sept. 1st.
Children's Day exercises will be held in the Methodist church at 1:30 p. m. Sunday, June 14. No Sunday school or church services will be held on that day except the children's day exercises.
Miss Mary Dennis, who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. Albert Gunkel, near Hope, returned to her home in Page Sunday.
Mrs. E. D. Evans left Monday morning for Brandon, Canada, where she will visit relatives. Mrs. Evans has spent several months in Page visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth McGregor.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lindsey and family and Ms. Wm. Hyslop and Miss June Hyslop drove to Casselton on Sunday and attended the funeral services for Mrs. John Beattie. Mrs. Beattie was a sister of Mrs. Hyslop and an aunt of Mrs. Lindsey and Miss June Hyslop. The funeral service was held in the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Beattie died last Thursday, the 28th of May, of pneumonia.
A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Tenneson on Saturday, May 30.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. James and son Basil drove to Grand Forks Sunday, where they visited with Dr. James' mother, Mrs. Z. James, and sisters. They returned the same day.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. VanArnam, Fred Dresher and Misses Ardith Bullington, Mae Dresher and Florence Klessig drove to the Sheyenne River about 20 miles west of Page on Sunday and enjoyed a picnic.
W. J. Courtney went to Addison on Monday evening where he delivered an address.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tort of Moorhead attended Memorial Day services in Page Saturday and visited with relatives.
The Baptist Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. June Booker near Galesburg on Thursday afternoon.
The Royal Neighbors Lodge gave a wiener roast for Mrs. L. B. Smith and daughters Thelma, Dolores and Vera at the ball diamond Monday evening. They were presented with a number of boxes of candy as a farewell token from the lodge.
Memorial services were held in Page Saturday at 10 a.m. The school children, American Legion and one old G. A. R. Veteran, Mr. B. Hassing, headed by the Page band, marched to the cemetery where a short program was given consisting of several selections by the band, invocation by Rev. L. McKinnon, a short address by W. J. Courtney and firing of the gun salute to the dead by the Legion. In the afternoon a program was given in the school auditorium consisting of a male quartette, a dramatic musical play by the third and fourth grades, directed by Miss Florence Wallace, and an address by Mr. Parkhill of Ayr. Mr. Parkhill gave a very interesting address, having served 33 months in the World War. He was cited for bravery, carrying his captain out of danger after being severely wounded himself.
Mrs. L. J. Hall of Fargo attended the Cass Co. Sunday School convention in Page Wednesday.
Miss Luverne Harrington of near Pillsbury visited with Miss Lillian Lindsey in Page Thursday evening.
Rev. F. E. Weber of Embden attended the Sunday School convention in Page last Wednesday.
Rev. Moore of Casselton was in Page on Wednesday attending the Sunday School convention.
Announcement has been received by relatives of John C. McKinnon, son of Rev. and Mrs. L. McKinnon, of Page, of his graduation from the Des Moines University at Des Moines, Ia. Graduation exercises were held from May 28 to June 3. Mr. McKinnon had the honor of giving the class oration for this year.
Gladys Bratholt, a student in Concordia College in Moorhead, returned home Tuesday morning to spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. E. C. Morton.
Mr. Bert Umstad of Colgate was a caller in Page on Monday.
W. J. Courtney was a business caller in Hope Monday afternoon.
Mr. Lloyd Orser of Colgate was a caller in Page on Monday.
Mrs. John Hanley and daughter, Eva, arrived in Page from Wisconsin on Tuesday morning for a visit with relatives.
Mrs. Mary Smith went to Aneta on Tuesday morning for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Fannie Keyes.
The members of the A. B. C. club gave a farewell party at the home of Mrs. Marie Murphy Thursday evening, May 28, in honor of four of its members, Mrs. L. B. Smith, Miss Vera Smith, Mrs. Kenneth McGregor and Mrs. Clark D'Evelyn, who are soon leaving Page. Whist was the entertainment of the evening. Natalie Murphy won the high score and Mrs. P. J. McKenna won the low score. A delicious lunch was served by members consisting of meat sandwiches, lettuce salad, olives, maple nut ice cream, light and dark cakes and coffee.
The Royal Neighbors will meet in Benson's Hall Tuesday night, June 9. The losing side will entertain the winners of the contest with a supper to be served at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. P. J. McKenna was a visitor in Fargo on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dennis and family drove near Hope on Tuesday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Albert Gunkel.
Mrs. Ella Johnson and children left last week for Helena, Montana, where they will visit with Mrs. Johnson, who is receiving medical treatment there.
Mr. Lathen of Duluth, auditor for the Hartley Stock Farm, arrived in Page Monday where he is attending to business.
Miss Ardith Bullington is visiting at the Grant McGinnis farm this week.
Carvor Hartley and Mr. Heber Hartley of Duluth arrived in Page Tuesday morning where they are looking after business matters connected with their stock farm here.
Miss Helen Dennerly, instructor in the High School the past year, left Wednesday in her car for her home in Aitken, Minn. She was accompanied to Fargo by Mrs. Clark D'Eveleyn and Miss Natalie Murphy, who returned to Page Thursday morning.
The R. Reger family have moved into their home recently purchased from Mrs. Dave Moug in the north part of town.
The family of William Mollin of Erie moved to Page on Tuesday into a house in the east part of town.
Miss Anna McLeod of Erie was a guest at the home of Dr. J. B. James on Tuesday.
John Peterson of Erie had his tonsils removed in Page on Tuesday. Dr. J. B. James performed the operation.
Mrs. R. R. Brownlee went to Erie on Thursday and visited her daughter, Mrs. Wesley Morrow, returning on Saturday.
Mr. James Brownlee went to Fargo Thursday, returning Saturday.
Mr. R. R. Brownlee went to Fargo on Monday on business connected with county commission board.
O. M. Isackson was a Fargo visitor on Sunday.
J. C. Miller was a business visitor in Pillsbury on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gagnon and children arrived home from Richwood, Minn., Tuesday afternoon after a few days' visit with relatives.
Alfred Krabbenhoft was a Fargo visitor this week.
W. J. Courtney returned Friday evening from Webster, N. D.
Anne Bjorke is working on the Hope section this month.
The Lutheran Ladies Aid held a bake sale in Benson's store Saturday, June 6.
Cherries direct from grower, June 10, at Wooley's.
The Pillsbury Booster trip arrived in Page about 7:00 o'clock p.m., Wednesday, June 3. They gave a short band concert.
Miss Eva Ritter who has been teaching in Mandan, returned to her home in Page Monday, where she is visiting with relatives.
The Epworth League held a business meeting in the M. E. church Tuesday evening.
A. Barnes was a Fargo visitor last week.
W. J. Courtney and J. C. Miller were in Fargo on Wednesday attending to business matters.
Edwin Nilson was a caller in Fargo Tuesday.
Mr. Catlin arrived in Page Saturday from Hope, where he is visiting at the home of his son, J. B. Catlin.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schwark and family of Arthur drove to Page Sunday, where they visited at the Frank Kraft home.
Joe Swenson autoed to Hope Saturday evening. Clovis Gagnon came back with him, for a short visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Gagnon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wanser and son and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rintoul and daughter Leona visited at the Egger home in Minnie Lake Saturday.
Lillian and Lester Erickson returned to their home in Page the fore part of the week, after attending the university of North Dakota for the past year.
Mrs. Marie Murphy returned to Page Friday after visiting with friends in Detroit, Minn., and Fargo for a number of days.
J. B. Catlin of Sabin motored to Page Sunday where he visited with his family, returning Monday.
Miss Kathleen Head of Fargo was a caller in Page Friday. This is the first visit the new county nurse has made at Page.
Mrs. Mary Willert let recently for Arthur where she is visiting with relatives for a few weeks.
W. J. Courtney and son Edward, drove to Webster, N. D., on Thursday where Mr. Courtney delivered the high school commencement address on Thursday evening.
Lee McNutt left the latter part of the week for Minneapolis where he will visit for a short time.
A number of young people from Page attended the barn dance at Sanbarn's Tuesday evening.
Maggie and Jiggs, a vaudeville show, was shown in Lindsey's hall Tuesday evening, June 7th.
R. R. Brownlie returned the latter part of the week from Fargo where he has been attending to business matters connected with the county board of commissioners.
Maurice Murphy has been staying at the home of Mrs. Kate Hanley for a number of days this week.
Children's Day exercises will be held in the Baptist church Sunday, June 14 at 10:30 a. m. The members of the Sunday school will appear in the program.
Arne Bjorke was a weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arne Bjorke in Page.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Barstad were Fargo visitors last week.
Wilson Parsons returned Wednesday from Amenia where he had been visiting for a few days with his son W. E. Parsons.
About 30 persons attended the meeting of the Baptist Ladies Aid which was held at the home of Mrs. June Booker, near Galesburg, Thursday afternoon, June 4th. $7 was taken in from the lunch.
Ray Parsons has returned recently from Amenia where he has been visiting with his uncle Earl Parsons and family.
Arne Bjorne Jr. of Hope was a weekend guest at his parents' home, Mr. and Mrs. Arne Bjorke.
The baseball game between Hunter and Page which was to have been played Sunday June 7th at Page was called off on account of the rainy weather.
Louis Wold was a Fargo visitor last week.
The open air band concert which was to have been given by the Page band, was postponed on account of the poor weather. The band however, managed to play one or two selections.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Patterson and family left Thursday morning for Calgary, Canada, where they will visit with relatives of Mrs. Patterson. They made the trip in their new Buick car.
Mrs. Josiah Baasch and children of Tower City arrived Tuesday for a visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Wm. Hyslop.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Patterson and family drove to Fargo Sunday and returned Monday evening.
At the school election on Tuesday there were 74 ballots cast, 44 for Mr. Olaf Bjerken and 30 for Mr. J. B. Benson.
Glenn Lindsey returned Tuesday from Medelia, Minn., where he has been visiting relatives and doing a little fishing.
Miss Irene Lavoie of Tower City arrived the first part of the week and is going to make her home for the summer with Mr. and Mrs. George Lavoie.
Miss Gladys Woodbury returned to her home in Page Wednesday morning after graduating from the state teachers college, Moorhead, where she is visiting with relatives.
Paul J. Osterass was a Fargo visitor last week.
Mrs. Emily B. Swenson and son Osborne were Fargo visitors Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wanser, Buddie Wanser and Mrs. Harry Rintaul and daughter Leona, drove to Minnie Lake Monday evening where they attended church services.
W. H. Dennis has been very seriously ill this week, but is somewhat improved now.
Mrs. J. B. Catlin returned Thursday from Sabin, Minn., where she had been visiting since Sunday with Mr. Catlin, who is employed in a garage there.
The W. C. T. U. have postponed their Mothers Day meeting which was to have been held at the I. W. Warrey home Thursday afternoon, June 11, until July on account of the rainy weather.
Floyd Rintoul was a business caller at Hope Saturday.
H. J. Kenward and daughter Valeda visited relatives in Fargo a few days this week.
While John Peterson of Erie was driving to Page Saturday evening he had the misfortune to slide in the ditch. A team was borrowed to pull the car out and in doing so one of the horses fell and broke its back. It was necessary to kill the horse.
Orvald Bjerken who has been attending the university of North Dakota, returning to his home in Page the early part of the week where he is spending his summer vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Bjerken.
H. R. Hartman was a visitor in Fargo on Tuesday.
W. J. Courtney and Alvin and Edward Courtney left Saturday by car for St. Paul, where they attended the commencement exercises at Hamline university. Alvin P. Courtney expects to remain in Minneapolis to attend summer school at the Minnesota university.
Mrs. W. J. Courtney left Friday evening for St. Paul where she is attending the commencement exercises at Hamline university. Her daughter Aldene Courtney is a member of the graduating class. While here, Mrs. Courtney is also visiting with friends.
The revival meetings which were to be held in the Baptist church this week have been postponed. It is hoped that they can be opened by Thursday or Friday. Rev. J. M. Hubb of Jamestown will assist Rev. L. McKinnon pastor of the local Baptist church.
Mrs. Emily B. Swenson and son Osborne, returned to Page Saturday afternoon after visiting at the home of Mrs. Swenson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson near Kindred. They were accompanied home by Robert Nelson.
A baby clinic will be held in Page by Dr. L. J. Evans of Fargo at the school house on Tuesday, June 23. All parents with children under six years of age are urged to bring them for medical examination. Dr. J. B. James of Page and Miss Kathleen Head of Fargo will assist Dr. Evans.
Miss LaVera and Mary Dennis and Myron Dennis drove to Buffalo Saturday where they met Miss Mae Dennis who returned to Page with them. She was called home from Beach, N. D., where she was visiting with friends after finishing a term of teaching school in Bend, Oregon, on account of the serious illness of her father, W. H. Dennis.
Harold Thompson arrived in Page Saturday morning from Fargo, where he has finished his freshman year at the Fargo high school. He expects to spend the summer at Page visiting at the R. C. Lindsey home.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Erickson left Friday evening for Minneapolis where they are attending the Norse American Centennial.
John C. McKinnon returned to his home in Page Friday morning from Des Moines, Ia., at which place he just completed his senior year at the Des Moines College. He visited until Saturday evening with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. L. McKinnon when he left for Wahpeton to begin his work with a Chautauqua company, which gave their first program in Wahpeton Sunday. Clifford McKinnon, who also attended the college at Des Moines for the past year, does not expect to return to Page for a time.
The contest held by the W. L. Davis Mercantile company for the Ford touring car, to be given away free, will close Wednesday, June 24, the person holding the winning ticket must be on the grounds when the ticket number is announced, in order to obtain the car. Otherwise another lucky ticket will be drawn. Plans for a big day are being made.
Alvin and Edward Courtney returned from Webster, N. D., Saturday morning. Mr. Alvin P. Courtney has been superintendent of schools there for the past year. On account of the poor road and tire trouble they were on the road about 13 hours.
Mrs. Marie Murphy was the honor guest at a farewell surprise party given for her at her home Monday evening by a number of friends. A social time was held and a delicious lunch served. The guests were Mrs. P. Long, Mrs. Emily Swenson and son Osborne, Mrs. George Gagnon, Mrs. L. B. Smith, Mrs. Foss Van Arn---, Mrs. R. C. Lindsey and Mrs. P. J. McKenna.
Children's Day exercises will be held in the M. E. church Sunday, June 14, at 1:30 p.m. No other services will be held in the morning. A complete program consisting of recitations, drills, and songs will be given.
Fred Palmer returned Thursday morning from Jamestown. He will spend the summer vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Palmer. He has just completed his sophomore year at Jamestown College.
E. Patterson and A. E. Patterson were Fargo visitors this week.
A. L. Bishop of Fargo was a business caller in Page on Thursday.
Harry M. Toombs was a Fargo visitor last week.
Mrs. John Long has been very sick this week.
Garfield Harrington of Erie was business caller in Page on Friday.
Edward, Aldene and Eunice Courtney of Erie were callers on Saturday afternoon.
Matthew Benzmiller of near Galesburg is running the Kraft garage during Mr. Kraft's absence.
H. S. Hoover was a business caller in Faro last Wednesday.
Mrs. K. Dickson of Erie was a business caller in Page on Saturday.
W. C. Gray of Tower City was a business caller in Page on Saturday.
John Conrad of Erie was a caller in Page on Friday.
Garfield Harrington of Erie was a business caller in Page on Saturday.
Miss Jane Hyslop entertained a number of guests at a luncheon of Saturday, given in honor of Mrs. F. V. Wallace who is soon leaving for Valley City to make her home. The guests were Mrs. Peter Long, Mrs. P. J. McKenna, Mrs. George Gagnon, Mrs. Thomas McClellon, Mrs. R. C. Lindsey, Mrs. W. J. Courtney, and Mrs. T. V. Wallace. Mrs. Wallace was presented with a beautiful bedspread as a farewell remembrance.
Arthur Bjerke was a Fargo visitor last week.
John McKinnon is a guest of his parents, Rev. and Mrs. L. McKinnon in Page this week. Mr. McKinnon is the superintendent of the United Chautauqua company, which gave programs in Page from June 20 to 23.
Mrs. Giles Appel left Wednesday evening for Fargo where she visited with Mrs. Ione Taskey who is very ill at the St. John's hospital. Mrs. Appel returned Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Berry returned to Page Friday after visiting in Fargo for several days.
Mrs. E. C. Morton and daughter Miss Gladys Brathholt returned Friday evening from Galesburg where they visited for a week at the Gustav Brathholt farm.
Fred Taskey returned Friday from Fargo where he has been with his daughter Ione, who recently underwent an operation in St. John's hospital. Miss Ione is slightly improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McGregor left Thursday morning for Woodland, Cal., where they will reside on a large stock farm.
Miss Florence Wallace was a Fargo visitor last week.
W. H. Jungnitsch was a business caller in Fargo last week.
Mrs. A. Christianson was a caller in Fargo last week.
Alfred Johnson was a caller in Buffalo last Thursday evening.
Miss Natalie Murphy entertained a number of guests at an afternoon tea, given at her home Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Kenneth McGregor, who left Thursday morning for her future home in California.
The Epworth League rally which was to be held Friday, June 19 at the Absaraka camp meeting was postponed until Thursday, June 25.
Mrs. E. C. Morton and Mrs. A. J. Metlyng were guests of Mrs. Hansen, Monday afternoon.
Mrs. John Robinson and daughter Dorothy left Tuesday evening for Fargo where they visited for a few days.
William Stremel has returned to Page Monday after spending several months working in the west.
Mrs. R. C. Lindsey returned to her home in Page Monday morning, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. W. J. Thompson of Fargo, who will visit here for a few days.
The small children of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Satrom of Colgate underwent an operation for removal of tonsils on Monday. Dr. J. B. James performed the operation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Murphy and Miss Maggie Murphy visited at the Frank Cole home in Colgate on Sunday.
George and Laurence Benzmiller of near Galesburg visited with relatives in Page on Sunday.
Miss Kathleen Heade of Fargo drove to Page Monday where she attended to the arrangements for the baby clinic held in Page Tuesday.
The Dakota Five of Fargo gave a dance in Page Monday evening at Lindsey's Hall. A large crowd attended.
The Lutheran Ladies Aid will hold a bake sale in Benson' store on Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. J. Miner Jr. and Mrs. Scott left Friday for their respective homes in Browerville, Minn., and New York, after spending a few days visiting with their sister, Mrs. George Lavoie. Miss Evelyn Lavoie accompanied Mrs. Miner to Browerville, where she will visit for a time.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wanser and Buddie Wanser drove to Grand Forks Friday where they visited with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Wanser returned Sunday, Buddy Wanser returned there with his parents where he will spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Hansen and daughter Vivian left Thursday for Montevideo, Minn., where they will visit with friends.
R. C. Lindsey was a business caller in Galesburg on Tuesday.
Mrs. Frank Collins was hostess at a Missionary Tea, given at her home Thursday afternoon, June 25. The World Wide Guild and the Missionary Society of the Baptist Church were guests.
Mrs. Ray Wanser and baby of Minnie Lake are guests this week at the Charles Wanser home.
Glenn and Earl Rintoul were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sayer near Hunter on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rintoul and daughter Leona were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sayer of Hunter on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kraft and children returned last week from an automobile trip to St. Thomas, Minn.
Irving Bratholt of Galesburg visited at Page Wednesday. He was accompanied home by Mrs. A. J. Metlyng of Montevideo, Minn., who has been visiting at the home of Mrs. E. C. Morton.
Miss Grace Austin returned to Page from Fargo where she was been visiting with Miss Edith Woodbury, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. She is reported as recovering.
Leonard Warrings has been busy this week repainting his Ford, and was seen in Page Saturday afternoon. It looks fine, Leslie.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Moug, son Leslie, and baby daughter were Fargo visitors Saturday, returning the same evening.
Mrs. Moug has received a letter from her son, E. E. Meyers, chief navigator on the flagship U. S. S. Kidder, he sends his regards from the Hawaiian Islands, to all his old friends and would enjoy hearing from them. He also says to let them know through our paper that he receives his mail via P. M., San Francisco, California. There are about 54,000 mean there at present and he says that they have some great times. They are through with their maneuvers and are preparing for an Australian cruise to occur some time in September. Let's write and surprise Ed with a shower of cards or letters.