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Kenneth B. Williams, Editor and Publisher
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MOTHER OF KVAAL SISTERS DIED IN HOSPITAL FRIDAY
Mrs. Peter Kvaal of Hampden, N.D. died in a local hospital yesterday,
shortly before noon. One week before her daughter, Ragnfrid, died
in this city, and last Tuesday another daughter, Betsy. Pneumonia
was the cause of death in all three instances.
Mr. Kvaal who had come to be with his wife, had left for his home
yesterday morning - a few hours before Mrs. Kvaal succumbed.
The Kvaal sisters, who had come to this city some time ago for a visit
with friends, became ill here and died three days apart. Mrx.
Kvaal arrived here early last week to help take care of her daughter,
Besides her husband, Mrs. Kvaal is survived by six small children.
No funeral arrangements were announced last night.
-Grand Forks Herald
Funeral services for Mrs. Kvaal and daughters will be held from the
local Lutheran Church tomorrow afternoon and the bodies will be laid to
rest in Storlie Cemetery.
What might have been a very disastrous fire died a natural death in
Victor Lagerstad's yard last week. the fire started on Judge
Cowan's farm where they had been burning straw stacks. The fire
smoldered all night but with the morning came the wind and started the
fire anew over the stubble and open prairie. The only real damage
done was to burn some 30 tons of hay belonging to K.O. Borstad but the
people living in that part of the country were on nettles and were
working with might and main to protect their property.
An enjoyable evening was spent by about thirty of our young folks at
the T.S. Anderson home, one mile west of town, on Tuesday evening, the
occasion being a farewell party given in honor of Melvin Anderson who
will leave Monday for Portland, Ore., to resume his studies at the State
Brusnahan Bros. are redecorating the interior of their store. A
lunch counter will be opened and several alterations will be made.
On completion they will have one of the best appearing and fully stocked
confectionery and tobacconist stores in this part of the the
Herman Simons and bride arrived Saturday after an extended visit at
the home of the bride in Wis. Herman has been busy since his
return passing around cigars and the like.
The TRADE PALACE was purchased by Timorth and Berg. due to
financial difficulties it was closed. Erick Myhre and his family
had moved in to town and he bought the store (1921).
Calvin Hershberger of Malta, Montana was an arrival in the village
Friday afternoon for a brief visit with his brother, G.R. Hershberger.
BORDSON NOW WITH ST. A. & D.
Jess Bordson is now local manager of the St. Anthony & Dakota
Elevator Company. His past experience in handling grain makes him
one of biggest men in his line and there is no question but he will hold
all his old customers and draw many new ones. Mr. Bordson's many
friends will be glad to learn that he is to remain in town, and not a
few have promised their support.
NORTH STAR PURE BRED PERCHERON STALLION
M.D. Wolf, owner, Hampden.
Will stand for season 1915 at the farm of M.D. Wolf, 2 3-4 miles south
west of Hampden from 7 to 8.30 morning and evening.
North Star No. 24988 is fully registered in the Percheron Stud Book of
America. He has been examined and declared free from infectious,
contagious or transmissible diseases or unsoundness specified in the
North Dakota Stallion Law, and is licensed to stand for public service
in the State of North Dakota.
Puils neither absent nor tardy for the month ending Feb. 2nd.
Primary: Edith and Russell Bordson, Anna Carroll, Mildred Davis,
Clara Iverson, Ruth Mortinson, Arnold Norum, Lauren Neidlinger, Myrtle
Knudson, Francis Crary.
Intermediate: Oscar Borg, Mae Carroll, Florence Mills, Mable
Mortinson, Willie McDougal, Palmer Norum, Russell Mackey, Ennis
Swarthout, Bernhard and Estell Strank, Clarance Mortinson, Hazel
Butterfield, Clifford Davis, Ruth Iverson, Fay Neidlinger, Evelyn Crary.
Grammer: Roy Mackey, Merth Mortinson, Thos. Rces, Bernadine
Swarthouth, Elda Schinnour.
Upper Dept: Terreth Person, Rase Neidlinger, Lorne and Edward
CARD OF THANKS
We take this opportunity of expressing our thanks for the many beautiful
floral contributions as a token of esteem to our late departed loved
one, Mrs. Minnis. Also to acknowldege the kindnesses extended
during her illness.
-David Minnis and family
We wish to express our heartfelt thanks for the many acts of kindness
of our friends during the illness of Mrs. Gordon, and for the beautiful
floral offerings contributed at the time of her demise.
-K.T. Gordon and family
Last Friday evening Hampden came very near losing her hotel, by fire
route. The origin of the fire was in a basket sitting on the piano
in the dining room into which a match of cigar stump had been carelessly
thrown. Some unusual noise up stairs woke Mrs. Carroll up and she
rushed into the dining room. Seeing the burning basket she grabbed
it and threw it into the street. The piano was just starting to
catch on fire and few minutes longer would have cause a very disastrous
The pretty farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Berggren near Hampden was the
scene of a happy gathering July 4th. A goodly number of their
neighbors and friends gathered there to enjoy their cordial hospitality
and the cool shade of the beautiful grove. They were ladened with
boxes and baskets of good things, and after a bountiful dinner in the
grove the afternoon was pleasantly passed with music and speeches per
graphophone and in conversation with neighbors.
Prof. Harvey, of the Hampden Schools, and Gordon Stewart played basket
ball with the Munich city team against Brocket Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hedlund, who were married recently at Grand
Forks, returned Tuesday evening from a honeymoon trip to points in
Emma and Eddie McDougal are visiting at Grand Forks.
Harry Howes returned from a trip into Colorado, Tuesday. Harry
says North Dakota is good enough for him.
Donald Bordson and Earl Saures were Edmore callers between trains
Saturday and Monday, having dental work done.
John Furber, accompanied by his wife and family and Mrs. Ed. Furber
and family took in the Devils Lake chautuaqua last week, returning to
Rollie Strong and Miss Ida Glock left for Devils Lake Tuesday where
they were joined in marriage. The Guardian joins in wishing them a
long and prosperous wedded life.
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