Erick Olstad Leaves Farm to Winter in Moorhead, Minnesota
a HOMESTEAD C. E. Comet was a business caller in town Thursday. Jerry Stanek has re ted the Wessnoer's Wessnoer's house and moved in the first part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Campbell is this week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. D. McKenzie east of town. Frank Mallette, who has been in town doing carpentering, left this week for Culbertson. Halvor Paulson returned this week to Froid after a week's layoff with a sore knee, which he injured while fixing fixing a windmill on the Triplet farm east of Froid. Peter and Martha Grande made a short business trip to Plentywood between between trains Saturday. Mrs. E.t R. Hughes departed Sunday Sunday for parts of Michigan where she will visit friends for some time. The Victoria elevator man, 13. D. Bolyard, took a trip to Tioga from Saturday to Monday morning. Erick Olstad, who has been attending attending to his farm matters here for the last four months, departed for Moorhead, Moorhead, Minn., where he will spend the winter.