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Page Eight The Oakes Times-Oakes, North Dakota Thursday, See Our Adv. For Many Specials During Farm Service Days LUNCH - DOOR PRIZES - BIG DISCOUNTS Phone 742-2195 Oakes, ND Chapter O, P.E.O. Sisterho- latter's daughter, the Rick od met at the Harriet Engebr- , Johnson's at West Fargo, also etson home Monday evening,visiting other friends and The program, "Social Secur- relatives. They returned home ity System" was given by on Saturday. Margaret Klinger: Grace O1- Mr. and Mrs. Merle Akers of home on Thursday. Mrs. Hof- sommer had spent a week at Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith birthday party Thursday ev- the Erickson home babysitt- returned Saturday from Pan- ening for Alissa Satrang in had an appointment with an ing over the weekend with her ama City, Florida where they Britton. eye specialist and then later granddaughter, Nicole, while visited relatives for a month. Hope Circle, ALCW, met at they all visited with Joe at by Mrs. family, Mr. Janel Skjefte of Grand Fork- Shearer, Mr. s spent the weekend with her Shearer, Mr. andl Saturday evening visitors at the Adam Aberle home were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Aberle, birthday. Mrs. Albert Klein accomp- anied Mrs. Doug Townsend Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ronning were in Britton on Friday. Joe consulted his doctor while there. Margaret Parmeter, Bar- bara Stoeber and Francis Bell called on friends in Oakes on Thursday. Nancy Mathews was in Fargo on Friday to visit her sister, Nellie, in St. Luke's Hospital, She reports that she found Nellie much improved. Ted Mathews is spending the weekend in Fargo and staying at his daughter's home to be able to have more time to visit his wife while she is hospital- ized. Mr. and Mrs. L. Novits were in Lidgerwood on Friday. Both had dental appointments to keep. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Smith, Havana, were Wednesday ni- ght supper guests at Todd Stein's. Weekend houseguests at with Mr. and Mrs. Barry Bjornson and Mr. and Mrs. Ron DuRand. Enroute home they visited Mrs. Donna Mik- kelson at Fergus Falls. Christine Sanders, Mrs. Don Miller and Jeff were Friday afternoon coffee guests at the Todd Pfeifer home. Mrs. Louis Fiala and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fiala and family of Cottage Grove, MN. were Sunday dinner guests at the Willard Fiala home. They were all supper guests at the Dean, Fiala home. The Dennis Fiala's were guests over the weekend of his parents, the Willard Fiala's. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kraft returned home last Tuesday after spending a week visiting at the homes of their sons, the Ed Kraft and John Kraft at Bismarck. Mrs. Gladys Hofsommer was a Sunday dinner gfiest at the Vern Dietz home. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Willa- rdsen and Mrs. Ken Bunt drove to Lisbon Saturday to visit Ken Bunt at the Lisbon Memorial Nursing Home. En- route home they were supper guests at the Vi White home in rural Stirum. Jim Gemar received word Sunday his sister, Edna Miller Kendall, age 79 had passed away at Clarksdale, AZ. Mrs. Kendall, the former Mrs. Walter Miller was a former Oakes resident. While living in Oakes. she and her husband, Walter, were both employed by Northwestern Bell Tele- phone Co. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Bartl and Barry of Gwinner were Friday evening visitors at the Ole Aune home. Mrs. Gladys Best accom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gibson to Fargo on Tuesday. They were houseguests of the Fd., Sat., Sun. Show mpmy Roger Feiken home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Podoll and Margie were Thursday morn- ing callers at the Loretta Winters home in Oakes. Mrs. Bill Pugh was a Lisbon visitor on Wednesday. Jason Riddle spent Wednes- day afternoon with Rennie Peterson at the Donald Peter- son home. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Han- son went to Bismarck Wednes- day and, were overnight guests at the Joel Janke home. Thursday they went on to Minot to visit the Ray West- meyer home. Then returned to the Janke home Saturday and visited until Sunday afternoon and returned home. Mr, and Mrs. Gene Ketterl- ing and boys were Sunday supper guests at the Harry Ketterling home. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Aberle were Friday afternoon coffee guests at the Donald Peterson home. Word has been received of the passing of Christ Jansen of Westhope on Saturday. He was the father of Mrs. Gordon Montgomery. Friday afternoon and sup- per guests at the Melvern Kloubec home were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Willardsen of Oakes and David Montgom- ery. Larry Jensen spent Tuesday after school and overnight guest at the Sigurd Bakke home to help Robby celebrate his birthday. Laurel Pugh attended Fort- nightly Thursday evening at Mary Ann Leier's home. Sara Goehring and Sheila Morse spent Friday evening and Saturday with Linda Lux to help her celebrate her spent the weekend in Fargoand Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Glen Ellingson of Warren Stofferahn's were Se- Larson of LakePark, MN. Berlin to Bismarck Thursday ott (son) and Lauri Holwell, Mr. and Mrs. Thee Fey of where they visited through both of NDSU in Fargo. Kulm were Tuesday afternoon Sunday. Mrs. Klein visited her On Tuesday Kent Spitzer, and supper guests at the sister, Mrs. ErvinKupfer.Kensal, N.D. called at the Friday evening after the Warren Stofferahnhome. I LaMoure-Oakes basketball Ron McKinnon, Rollo, N.D. game Mr. and Mrs. Bill was a houseguest Tuesday Podoll, Mr. and Mrs. Fergusthrough Thursday at the Dor- MeCleary and Mr. and Mrs. an Mallberghome. Howard Stemen were guests "BO'" an(~ Cleo Bopp are t~~'~i at the Jim Arndt home. Texas for a month on business Weekend guests at the Win. and relaxation. They will be in Pugh home were Mr. and Mrs.Houston for a week starting David Pugh, Sara and Rena of the 10th of February for a Soil Jamestown, Mr. and Mrs. Conservation Convention. LeRoy Mathern, Lance and Mr. and Mrs. George Thom- Lisa of Grafton. Saturday pson of Lisbon called on Mr. Laurel Pugh and Mrs. Math- and Mrs. Sig Hanson on ern and Lisa visited Mary Wednesday. Mrs. Thompson is Gree a granddaughter of Sig's. Mrs. Lyle Albertson and Jerry Saunders, Minneapol- Mrs. Ed Lux and Linda were is, spent two days, the past Saturday coffee guests at the week at Sig Hansen's. Albert Domine home. Tillie Sehreiner and Alphon- Donnett Klever, Todd and se were Sunday dinner guests Karl were Saturday morning at the Charles Schreiner home coffee guests at the Donaldin Oakes and on Thursday Petersonhome. Dorothy and Tillie Schreiner Wright-Willing .Work Club were at the Schreiner farm held their Valentine turkeyhome f or dinner. supper Sunday evening - theFour year old Mathew Nel- ladies entertainingtheir husb- son of Langford, S.D. was ands at the Harry Klever visiting his aunt, Arlene Am- home. The evening was spenterman this past weekend. playing progressive whist. Ji- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Amer- m Arndt won men's high: Lyle man and family attended a in order to: (1) Refute the false and misleading cioims against beef as unhealthy (2) Halt the decline in demafid for beef as measured by a decline in per,cent of consumer income spent on beef. (3) Combat beef Substitutes (4) Counter cable cycle extremes (5) Expand foreign markets (6) Maintain a prosperous, market beef in dusW as a best defense against the efforts of the Farmers Union and ethers to create a "public utility" agriculture contreled by the Federal Government. Glenn W. Moore & Sons Ranch and Feedlet Forbes, North t enjoyed a dinner at the Crossroads, celebrating Flo- yd's birthday and the 43rd wedding anniversary of the aven's. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holm- gren and,Julia Oxley were in Fargo on Monday. Mrs. Oxley thanks to the Senior Citizens of Cogswell and to Olive Bartlett for writing the news column for me while I was in the hospital. I know the readers of the Cogswell community news appreciated it also. Menga Novits Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shearer were Monday afternoon call- ers at the Wm. Peas home. Guests at the Alvin Hill Tuesday evening to celebrate Mrs. Hill's birthday were: Mr. and Mrs. Gary Skjefte and morning ,:of fee Ted BasJCa Andrus of dinner gue~ t. Mr. an(! Mrs. rus and Joe new home Stirum News By Mrs. Ray Brockman Mr. and Mrs. Lester Orn Martha Berheim, Mrs. Wedel and Mr. and Mrs. George and Mrs. Olive Hopewell at Bonnett were Sunday evening the Good Samaritan Home. visitors at the Ted Kempel Vic Quissell and Vi White home. were brief callers of Millie Mrs. Lyd Mathias spent Kupitz on Monday morning. Wednesday with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hope- MarthaMathias, well and Fred Meyer were Sunday evening Mr. and Monday evening visitors at Mrs. Art Mathias visited at the ViWhitehome. the Edmund Cink home inWednesday Fred Meyer and Gwinner. Vi White attended the pancake Don and Curtis Mathias feed in Lisbon and then visited were Thursday evening visit- Esther Nunn and Lloyd John- ors at the Art Mathias home. son at the hospital and visited Fred Meyer and Vi WhiteKen Bunt, Pauline Greenmy- drove to Oakes Sunday after- er, Emma Walock and Eldora noon and visited Mrs. Murray, Hegle at the Nursing Home. James RiverElectric PLOMBING ;' HEATING WIRING .,rag DISPATCHED Formerly Known as Lawrence's Plbg. & Htg Now open for all your farm and home electrical and heating needs as well as plumbing repairs and supplies : Four radio dispatched service trucks for your convenience. :! Phone 742-2475 i 520 South 7th Oakes, N. D. Nights and weekends call: : R. Berntson 701-783-4305 | | : B. Vltense 605-396-2686 | 1 5,.-.--.-.-.-.--.--.-.------.-- ',1 I I I II Thursday afternoon Vi Wh- Art Orn home. ite and Fred Meyer were Mr. and Mrs. coffee guests at the Hjalmer Mound, MN Lauritzen home in Forman. and Thursday Vi White and Fred Meyer ests at the L'est~ drove toWahpeton Friday and and also visited visited at the Seizer Urang Floyd and Charli home. before leaving fO Birthday Club met at the to theWestcoast, James Greenmyer home to Mr. and Mrs. observe Vivian's birthday. All were Friday a! members were present. Rosa- overnight guests lyn Brockman was hostess. Hodgson home Mrs. Willard Voss accomp- the Wyndmere Ct anted Mr. and Mrs, Ray Brockman to Fargo Saturday and visited Willard Voss, Dennis Marshall and Carrie Dietz at St. John's Hospital. Mrs. Ceal Anderson, Mrs. Anna Bonnett and Mrs. Berne- Ih Orn visited Mrs. Agnes McDermott at her home in Gwinner recently. 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Comparable prices available on all W buildings, including the new Ag-Master build 2-in-12 roof slope. You get proven Butler pre-engineering and more features than other all-steel building value than conventional pole barns. And for you'd expect to pay. Traditional Butler ] reasonable prices. For more information, see 1213 East Main r P.O. Box 787 Valley City, N.D. 58072 701-845-1272 1 If you purchase by February 29, 1980, you C~ B extra 5 percent discount from these pric~ ,td~:md home. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Barsten were coffee guests at the Alfred Willardsen home on Tuesday afternoon last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Strand were Saturday evening callers at the ttoward Cox home. Mrs. Tim Harris and Prest- on were' Thursday afternoon visitors at the Jim Gemar home. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Nun- dahl, Timothy and Tammy drove to Fargo sunday. Tim- othy was admitted to Dakota Hospital for surgery on Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Hau- gen attended the Minneapolis Furniture Market from Tues- day until Friday. Enroute they visited Emmett's mother, Mr- s. Iver Haugen at Alexandria, MN., as well as his sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Bob DuRand Borderline Neu ge Forward Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Love attended funeral services for his sister, Mrs. Carrie Chal- mers in Grand Forks. Mrs. Chalmers passed away Feb. 5th. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred West- erman were Monday evening visitors at the Bob Love home, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Trett and David of Mellette, SD. and |,auri Trett, MSU, Moorhead were guests over the weekend of their parents, the Dick Trett's. Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Trett, Rod McPhail and Mike Podolak were also Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Roger White and family of Stirum were Saturday evening callers at the Ole Aune home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kunz and Mrs. Cornelia Widmer were guests over the weekend ;t the Barry Lentz home at Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Reierson and Brett of Fargo and Mrs. David Perry, Grand Forks, were also Sund.ay dinner guests. Mrs. Vern Dietz drove to Hope, ND. Wednesday and was a supper and overnight guest at the Bill Erickson home. Mrs. Gladys Hofsomm- er accompap;,'d Mrs. Dietz 'i her parents were vacationing On the return home they thehomeof Evelyn Strouseon NDSU. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Buske, Mr. and i ten read her president'sletter. I)ilworth, MN. and Bernice in Detroit Lakes, MN. stopped in Waterloo, Iowa and Thursday. Leo and Barb Kersting, Skjefte. Hill. Friends slopped at the Hau- Milkes were visitors on Wed- Marion Zimmerman and visited with anaunt of Betty's. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Ander- Groton, S.D., came on Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olson Mr. and Mrs. ! gen-Baldwin Furniture Co. on nesday and Thursday at the Gladys Best were Sunday Your correspondent is back son and son of Wahpoton, were day for a weekend visit at the and Mr. and Mrs. Scott were Friday afta' i Feb. 7th for birthday cake and Clifford,quskeSr. home. supper guests of Mrs. Ken home again and glad to be weekend guests at the Harris Henry Kersting home. Nielsen were Sunday dinner guests of Olga KyI tu_ cot'f(e to wish Mrs. MarieMr. and Mrs. Wallace Mad- Bunt. here to write up the news for Anderson home. Theresa Miller and Barbara guests of Mrs. Alice Olson and Betty and Isa 1 Pederson a happy ninetieth dock were Sunday afternoonMr. and Mrs. Eduard Kilen you. Here is something I read Mr. and Mrs. Randy Arne- Kersting were hostesses for a Willard. LaMoure were birlhtlav. Mr. and Mrs.,Harold and supperguests at the Mick of Sioux Falls, SD/ were in a magazine that brought son and Brad visited hisbirthday party for MildredCara Schmitz attended a guests at the Thornl)~' of ,lamesto n were Maddoekhome. guests from Friday to Monday back memories of long ago: mother, Bertha Arneson, in Zollar on Sunday at the Miller birthday party Thursday mor- home. and also hew'e to help her mother Eunice McPhail was a Sun- of hdr mother, Mrs. Hildur Remember when "Freeze- Lisbon on Sunday. home in Forman. ning for Ryon Weispfenning. Becket and j 'l bserve her birthday. They day eveningvisitorattheDick Bjerklin. Mrs. Bjerklin, ac- dried" meant thefamily laun- Ethel Bopp has been a Phil Englerth flew to Hast- Mrs. Floyd Schmitz was a oveningvisitors.. R ~el'e overnight guests at the wi'icoxhome .... companied the Kilen s to dry had hung all day on the patient in the Oakes Hospital ings, Michigan recently, to coffee guest. Mr. and Mrs. I)onahl l aldwin home. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Nielsen Dickinson on Saturday. They clothesline? " since Tuesday. spend the remainder of theMr, and Mrs. Lynn Ptacek er spent the ]e_l Mrs. 1)aisv Sanders entert- and Mr. and Mrs. Robert returned to Oakes on Sunday. Francis Bell went to Fargo A quilting bee was held on winter with his son, Gordon. attended the Boy Scout Blue l)icifinson visitir - a;ned Sun(tar afternoon to ()lson were Sunday dinner Marlin Harris was a Wed- on Sunday to bring Margaret Wednesday by the ALCW atRoy Lamb was lucky at the and Gold Banquet Sunday at and :dso attended '" hoimr her gra'nddaughter, Be- guestsof Mrs AliceOlson.nesday evening visitor at the Parmeter home. Margaret Nazareth Lutheran Church. Legion party a week ago and the St. John Lutheran Church. The children sta_yf, th on her lSth birthday. Mrs. Bob Maley and child- Jim Gemar home. had been visiting her son in Thirteen quilts were tied by won the jack pot. Mr andMrs. GordonKutzer ren and Ethel Gemar of Mr. andMrs. JohnTruesdel- Maryland the past 7 weeks, ten women that day. Madlyn Lamb attended anMark and Paul are members grandmother., , lVl -'ms of the Scouts. m J,a:, oure. Bismarck spent several Verona were Friday evening 1, Phebe Hanson and Helen The 2 ladies visited with On Wednesday evening Mr. Avon President s Club lunch- Mrs. Terry Else of Valley John Greenley ,iavsir,- ,: onhusiness. They visitors at the Jim Gemar Hanson of Lisbon were Sunday Tom, the son of Francis, until and Mrs. Floyd Dawson and eon in Fargo on Friday. City was a Sunday visitor at PeteAwenderho l -,,re hous(- ,aests at the Bob home. afternoon visitors at the Geor- Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Even May I extend my sincere theWhitfield farm. Roy P.ecker