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JO00NAL, N00.W SAL00.M, N. D. PAGE THREE WEDNESDAY, MAY 25 1955 NUMBER 4 OUR MI Emma Steffen Who died Friday in were held at last week) from church in Man- was in the Union Nagel, daugh- Ernest Navel, July 20, 1882. t the age of 3 Schools north high School in Mor- elnties from 1901 in Oliver She was married Dec. 26th on her home they moved Oliver Co. In Colo. Springs died last year to sanger. a member of church and churh ut She had been al was hospital- at the time by the following Sanger Long Beach children and She al- and New Salem Bismarck Salem Wlscon- e: Joe Kocou- John Miller, and Richardson Were honorary Says: Dakota's farmer, and good gone. Let'S he was just may to meet to visit and familiar with Lte of all things of his friends, included the He was a Indians with of his of he cat- and also the Who wore a .'his class may find the prestige ad the confidence he needs on the I .baseball diamond, and perhaps at the same time receive an even more valuable lesson in democracy from * team play and adherence to adopt- ed rules. Recreation generates an awareness in children and youth of the abiRty to accomplish which is the first rung of the ladder of per- sonality enlargement. T h e r e is nothing to compare with the glory in the eyes of a child who has read his first word, whistled his first tune or caught his first fish. Individuality is sparked by an ap- preciation of one's ability to ac- complish. A great deal of the shap- ing of personality and character occurs in free time used recreation- ally. A chuckle or two:-- The examin- ation, said the professor will be conducted on the honor system. -- Please sit 3 seats apart and in al- ternate rows. Children start school these days with a big advantage. They already know 2 letters of the alphabet TV. Good gracious, Junior, I forgot to shake the bottle before I gave you that medicine. Don't worry, Mother, I'll turn a few hand springs. Recent office callers included: Mrs Hazel Perkins, Lake District Helen Berg, Clurch district Mart2]a Reinke, Lewis District Kenenth Albers Clark District Anna D Smith Sanger District Mrs Jack Hatzenbihter, Center Delmar Hagerott, Bremen Ernest Schirado, Frazier District. Center: The American Legion Auxiliary elected Mrs Stephen Dunn, President. Other officers are: Mrs Harold Wilkens vice president Mrs Carl Skager, secretary Mrs Leonard Moore, Treasurer MrsA rt Isaak, Sgt at Arms Mrs Ervin Blttner, chaplain Mrs Robert Baye, historian Glen Ullin: Announcement has been made of the engagement and apprcching marriage of Geraldine Ungerecht and J I Bowen of Lub- bock, Texas. Miss Ungerecht is a 1954 radute of Jamestown Coll- ege and" has been teaching in Jr. High School in Great Falls, Mont. Mr Bowen is a pre-law student at Great Falls State. The wedding is to take place, early in June at the 1st Cungregational church o[ Glen Ullin. A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Edward Wetzel at St Alexius. A son was born to Mr and Mrs Nick Beta, Tacoma, Wn., May 11 1955. Mrs Bore is a daughter of Tony Kokkeler of Glen Ullin. Glen Ullin:  Mrs Lucy Hudson and Mrs Bob Gray returned recent- ly from Akron, Ohio where they )f the small- attended the funeral of one * of at the leg- Mrs Hudson's sisters. way of Iet- " - larger cen-] He bran: Herbert Chase, prom- immediately linent Hebron farmer, was elected Wih Joe at/to ,a 3-year term as member of the I board oi directors of Hebron Hos- ty pro- pital corporation. C M Helferich of fate was re-elected for another 3-year victim of: term. Mr Chase succeeds John tractor. Reich. who had of him Hebron: A good sizd crowd of missed in friends and neighbors completely surprised Mr and Mrs Herbert in t h e Chase recently in hnor of .eir usual greet- 25th wedding. The program in- not "Tea- eluded a mock wedding. Mr and it. Perhaps Mrs Chase were presented 2 chests for some ime. Four Hebron boys, 3 high school Juniors and one Sophomore have been selected to attend the 14th Annual N D Boys State from He- bron this year. The State meets at the NDAC campus Fargo June 19 through June 26th.The boys are Larry Lortiz sponsored by ,the Evangelical & Reformed Brother- hood Wm Schoenborn Jr. sponsored by the American Legion. Wilbert Huber sponsored by the Lions Club Henry Voegele sponsored by the AF&AM Kenneth Bogonofsky will grad- uate from Abbey High School Ma. 21st says the Carson Press. During his summer vacation he will be linotype operator at the Press. He has operated a linotype during his 4-years in high school. Beulah: Approximately 75 per- sons were present Tues. May 10th' at the 25th Anniversary of Beulah Lions club which was leld in the Beulah high school auditorium. A delicious ham supper opened the event and .featured speaker was Morris A Kugler, International Okawvflle Ill. He said there were 68 nations with Lions Clubs with Dublin, Ireland being the newest club and nation to have a club. He stated that the Lions clubs spend over a million dollars a year in charitable undertakings. Charter members present were: L P Temme, Ed Mac, Theodore Herrmann and J B Field, each hay-I ing 2,5 years of credit. Other a- I wards went to Jack Padilla, 15 yrs. [ A T Zimmermann .......... 15 I Anthony Wolf .......... 10 years I Lester Bowers ......... 1O years[ George Kuch ........ -__10 years J C A Thielander ........ 20 years. I B:azen: Cleo D Veeder of Kill- deer, .mammal control agent, withe the U S Fish & Wildlife Service l wa in Hazen recently poisoning] rats at the city dump. A plan is[ underway to have a poisoning cam- paign in the city limits, also and 150 tbs of horse meat are being se- cured for the work. Robert Baisch, of Hazen, 58 year old Mercer Co. Sheriff died May 13 frorn a heart attack. Rev T F Doyen officiated at the funeral. Honorary pall bearers were: Christ Schweigert John Boyke George Sagehorn Albert Baumann Ed Schulz Wm Roach Leonard Loewen Archie Brown T a Sailer Active pall bearers were: Harold Malke Thee Baisch Art Mittelsteadt Albert Wegerle Ewald Baisch rthur Wegerle. A native of Mercer Co. Mr BaiscH was born at Krem in 196. He was married to Christina Malke in April 1917 and moved to Hazen in 1944. He was church organist, and had sewed in many positions in the city. Sunday May 15, R Lang of Elgin was installed as Pastor of First ALL GEO. IHAIER can give00 ou THREE 00c,"4231 NOTICE TO PATRONS OF The Morton & Oliver Counties Mutual Fire & Lightning Insurance Company of New Salem, North Dakota - Our agent will call on you in the near future rel- ative to re-newing your insurance with us for the next five year term. zion I I Lutheran church in Elgin. [Degree in History and OermanJwas I00 years old May 16 and was Pastor R C Jacober of New Leipzlglfrom the University of S.D. He[Imnor guest May 15 in the M E was installing officer. Pastor Langltook post graduate work in Erlang-I church parlors at a dinner for 70 was born in Napoleon. He graduat-len Germany. [people, lncludlrg eight of Dis 9 ed from Wartburg Seminary, DU-[  l children: 21 grand children, and 22 buque, Iowa, and has a Master s J Edgeley: Horace Gibson Fenno  great grand children. Chances are: If you don't own a Ford you haven't driven one lately Once you Test Drive new Trigger-Torque power in Ford, sit back in the luxury of its Thunderbird-inspired styling, and relax to its new Angle-Poised Ride--you'll see why the swing is to Ford  If you haven't driven a Ford lately, get into a '55 Ford and see why it's America's fastest selling V-8. Ford's new Trigger- Torque power obeys your commands light- ning fast. It gives you smoother, quicker rformance-a reassuring feeling of con- ence. As you relax in Ford s new Luxury Lounge interiors, you'll realize why even higher-priced-car owners are swinging to Ford Ford's new Angle-Poised Ride cush- ions all the bumps, big and little--even the annoying thud of the tarstrips between pav. ing joints seems to disappearl There's much more that's news in Ford this year: new Speed-Trigger Fordomatic*; new anti-skid tubeless tires; new, deposit- resistant spark plugs; and new larger brakes. But that's still only part of the story. The rest awaits you in a Test Drive. *at extra co 11m Ford Fahme Club Sedcm is one of Ford's 16 models with new Thunderbird styling FORD the new BEST SELLER sells more because It's worth mbrel '55 Ford Come in! Sample all the worth-more advances of a Blank Motor Sales Co. 1908 -- CONTINUOUSLY SERVING -- 1955 Dial 3321 New Salem, N. D. Omly Ford Dealers Sell  USED CARS AND TRUCIIq The Company is in a position now to give its patrons wind and hail coverage on buildings, in addition to the usual fire and lightning coverage, on the same policy. "Should I* leave my .... ' furnace pilot light GET ALL T on all summer?" pipe that of silverware and other gifts. WITH THE "YES!" Says Genie B u t 1 The Chases were married at Burt to believe; in the 7th Day Adventist church. @ quite a Beulah: A deal was consurma- ,.. Wicks. ted recently whereby Ludwig and  "Yes" -- Fred lmhs, A W Zimmermann and This question is frequently asked by our customers. Our answer is thYS in his Kate S Zimmermann disposed of based on the experience of our customers as well as the nationwide ex- e wenter Re- their stock in the Bank of Beulah perience in thousands of gas-heated homes and businesses who leave their o , to Robert Keogh, Fred Flemmer ,e Want in and Douglas Dettmann. pilot8 on during the summer. 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