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FROM THE GLENWOOD HERALD THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1917

Rev. Johan Linnevold has accepted the call extended to him by the Glenwood Lutheran congregation. A formal acceptance was received by the congregation from him this morning.

Sedan & Vicinity: The following are making new improvements on their farms: Melvin Peterson a new house and barn, Jacob Hafstad new house, John Johnson new barn, Martin Larson new granary, and Bertil Peterson is adding a kitchen to his house on the east side. These buildings are all under construction at present.
A Non Partisan speaker delivered an address in district 4 on Monday evening.
Mr. & Mrs. Ole Hoff and Mr. & Mrs. Torben Belgum of Nora attended the confirmation exercises at the new Lutheran church Sunday.

POPE COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1917

Newspapers Consolidated

Commencing with the first issue in June, The Glenwood Herald and the Pope County Times will be issued as one paper from the present office of the Herald under the name of the Glenwood Herald. The Glenwood Printing Company, a newly formed corporation with G.C. Wollan as president, B.K. Savre, vice president, and C.H. Addington, secretary-treasurer, will be the publisher.

FROM THE STARBUCK TIMES FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1917

The Sons of Norway celebration on last Thursday was well attended. Those who attended the dance report an exceedingly fine time. The Grand View Band treated the audience with some very fine selections and our little village looked like a metropolis nearly all day. During the afternoon a ball game between Langhei and Starbuck was played in which Starbuck won.

FROM THE CYRUS CITIZEN FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1917

A petition has been passed around this week asking the business men to close their places of business on “Decoration Day” – May 30. Practically everybody in town signed the petition, so the day will be truly observed in our small but patriotic city.

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