. . V-R ARMSTRONG Philip Juskulke of Worthington, Minn., visited the past week at the heme of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bunt. R. E. McNully and son Leo of Postville/'Mr. and Mrs. Millard Mork and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jaskulke Jaskulke and sons of Worthington, Minn., visited over Sunday in the J. E. Bunt home. Mrs. J. 0. Johnson and Mrs. Roy Edwards visited Tuesday in Fairmont. Mrs. Johnson's sister Mrs. Jack McNanny of Minneapolis, Minneapolis, returned home with them for a. week's visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Juhl Johnson of Mapleton and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johnson and family of Sherburn Minn., visited Sunday in the J. O. Johnson home. J. E. Bunt visited la.lt week with relatives in Postville. Claud Mathews returned to his home in Jamestown,. N. D., Monday Monday morning, nfter several days visit with Mrs. C. B. Mathews, who passed away in a short time after he had left. Lyle Hoppus who has been in the hospital at Estherville several weeks returned to> his home Thursday. Ole Olson who has been in a Woodman sanitarium in Colorado has returned to his home. Mrs. Bert Blum i s confined to her home. She fell a short time ago and broke . a small bone in her ankle. Mrs. J. E. Beck is ill at her home here. Tom Vullie. has been quite ill with heart trouble the past week.