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September 26, 1930

F. M. Davidson was a Page caller Friday.
Ruth Frost spent the weekend at her home in Fargo.
Boggs Potato Graders and repairs.-C. O. Gray.
Mrs. Phil Schroeder of Erie was a Page caller Saturday.
Jerome Olson motored to Fargo and spent the weekend.
Mae Campbell of Valley City visited here over the weekend.
Claude Blinkenburg and Girlie Lentz motored to Fargo Sunday.
Digger chains for any digger.-C. O. Gray.
Bernice Severeid autoed from Valley City to spend the weekend at her home here.
Dr. James and son, Basil, left Sunday for their camp at McHenry to hunt ducks.
Mrs. Art Viestenz and children motored to Arthur Sunday evening and visited relatives.
Two Case tractors to trade for “what have you.”-C. O. Gray.
A. J. Viestenz and W. J. Cochran motored to McHenry for a day or two of duck hunting.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson, accompanied by the N. Chamberlain family, visited in Prosper Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Doyle and son, Gerald, were Sunday dinner guests at the Theo. Johnson home at Colgate.
John Bettschen of Arthur autoed up for a few rounds of golf Sunday, after which he was a guest at the Viestenz home.
Allis-Chalmers tractor to trade for hogs, cattle or machinery.-C. O. Gray.
Archie Brownlee and family left for their home in Seattle, Wash., Friday after having spent two weeks at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Brownlee.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lentz had their baby baptized Robert Clayton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rentoul, Bernice Severeid and Maurice Blinkenburg were sponsors.
Ann Linzer of Fargo, formerly of Page, underwent an operation for removal of tonsils Saturday, Dr. J. B. James performing the operation. At the time of writing she is progressing satisfactory.
New Business Concern Here O. A. Kneeland of Page came into our office the other day and gave us the price of a subscription, some job printing and an ad. The ad will be found on this page. The Michael-Swanson-Brady Produce Co., of which Mr. Kneeland is manager and reliable firm, asks your business in his line. Top market prices will be paid and courteous treatment at all times. The office No. is 32, and residence No. 3-W. We ask you to give this concern a trial and be convinced.


October 3, 1930

Mrs. John Fulton of Erie was a Page visitor Monday.
B. J. Reger of Fargo visited at the home of his parents Sunday.
Arnold Poehls and Jimmie Nevens were Fargo visitors over the weekend.
Mrs. E. C. Morton and Gladys Brathold spent the weekend at Fosston, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jorgenson of Hunter visited at the Chas. Johnk home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bettschen of Arthur were guests Sunday at the Art Viestenz home.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Larson, Josephine and Theresa Reger autoed to Moorhead Sunday evening.
Mrs. Snyder of Oakland, Cal., visited Mrs. E. C. Morton last week, leaving Friday evening.
Reinhard Reger, Jr., left Monday for Hillsboro where he has accepted a position in a warehouse.
Alice Benson left for Valley City Monday to enter the V. C. Normal this coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lindsey, Maxine and Maynard visited relatives in Valley City Sunday.
Mmes. E. C. White and Vauhn of Fargo visited at the Frank Little and Art Viestenz homes on Monday.
Mmes. E. C. Morton and Snyder were entertained at tea at the home of Mrs. Frank Little on Friday afternoon.
The J. B. Benson home is taking on a few improvements and when finished will be one of the few modern homes in Page.
Wm. Sturch, Ralph Willert and Lillian Lindsey left last Tuesday for the Fargo A. C. to take up their studies for this term.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Owens and son and Mable Taskey left Friday for California, their first stop being Pottsburg, near San Francisco.
Mrs. McQueen, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lazier of Grand Forks, W. D. McQueen and little son of Larimore spent Sunday at the W. J. Cochran home.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Viestenz autoed to Fargo Sunday where the latter accepted some property in form of a lot which she won at the State Fair in July.
Frank Little is in Fargo under the care of a physician. At this writing it is not determined how long he will have to remain.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ness of Rolette are visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Ella Severeid, and expect to make an extended visit.
Auction Sales Next Week This office this week printed sale bills for August Pautz who lives near Erie to be held Thursday, Oct. 9. Mr. Pautz will dispose of horses, cows, farm machinery, etc.
We also printed sale bills for Henry Yagen who resides 2 1-2 miles north and one mile west of Erie. This is a No Reserve sale, everything goes, horses, cattle, 55 hogs, a large number of poultry, farm machinery, household goods, tools, etc., to be held on Wednesday, Oct. 8.


October 10, 1930

Miss Ruth Frost spent the weekend at her home in Fargo.
M. E. Kelley and Harvey Kenward were Fargo visitors Friday.
Mrs. Margaret Taskey and Del Roy autoed to Fargo on business Monday.
M. N. Mallory was absent from his duties Monday due to a severe cold.
The Lutheran Ladies Aid will hold their annual supper and apron sale Oct. 25.
The first meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star will be held Thursday, Oct. 9.
Mrs. McKonkey is in Anamoose visiting at the home of her parents for a week or ten days.
Rev. And Mrs. Stull left for Minot Monday to attend the Baptist State Convention this week.
A number of our local hunters have been trying their luck since the season opened, but ALL IN VAIN.
Don't forget the date, Thursday, Oct. 30, of the Bazaar and bug turkey supper at the Catholic church auditorium.
Jerome Olson motored to Valley City Saturday, accompanied by Mrs. Nellie Courtney. On the return trip the Misses Eunice Courtney and Alice Benson accompanied them.


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