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r P,[I OII W CORTY  PARK  NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, JANUARY'dE|, I The Walsh Aggies will be fighting )four losses, to keep out of the cellar of the[ Dan Zellsr, {}-foot, 4b-inch Graf- stern division basketball confer- ]ton center, netted 25 points to pace once Saturday night when they are I the Spoilers to their win. Dennis host to the Fargo Midgets, coached ] Olson hit for 13. On the other hand, by former WCAS Coach John| the Aggies had trouble finding the Buchli. J basket, having their bleakest quart- AggietoH0$t Fargo Mhlpts Satunlay Former Locc ' [ a,;tor Dies I son,TerrY'city,ILrsn'sn f Nrman Lar'lis a patient at the Graft.on Decca Club 00ears Deaconess hospital He is ill with Alcoholism 00eport Funeral services for Dr. G. S. Set- yellow jaundice. Mrs. Wallace Thompson gave a terstrom, 62, were held, January 2 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Englerth and at Fairfax, Minn., in the Methodist family went to Starkweather. last report on Narcotics and Alcoholics Anonymous at the regular meeting church of which he had served as Monday and were guests of Mr. and of the Park River Decca Federated pastor for about three years. Local Mrs. Stanley Haug. members of the Masonic lodge Women's club Monday. formed a guard of honor at the She outlined the AA program and er of the season when they didn't church. Speaking at the service W$:lnt Ads cited some statistics, noting that score s point in the second period, were Bishop D. Stanley Coors of CASH IN ADVANCE there are more than 3.000 alcoholics Grafton led 24-9 at halftime and the Minnesota district of the Me- in North Dakota and that from one 41-19 at the third quarter stop. thodist church, who gave the fun- For Sale: White figure skates, size to four alcoholics at the state hos- Gone Troftgruben and Gerald oral sermon: Rev. E. E. Ackm'man. 4. Mary Lot}. Hobbs. Rt. 2 City. pital either die or go completely in- Pohanka each scored eight points district superintendent, and Rev. WORK WANTED: Will d any sane each month. to lead the Park Rive}." team A.R. Nygaard. Methodist pastor of type work. Vernon Seboe. Dial The Decca club meeting was at The league-teadinz Spoilers wil] \\;Villmar. Minn. A male chorus c m> b, on the road ibis week end. play- osed of Methodist pastors o r 1he 22841. Park iRive, hv the h,;mc of Mrs. H'Jward Gordon. - ..................... The program also included the play- in nI Wahpelon FricLy niL, hi and district sang Dr. Sett::'s:rom's !':v- 1:'Oi. SALK: Single-unit milking mg of n .ccolding of talks tw wom- bat Farga Saturday when they take m'ie hvmn. "Thc K':" Bsin,sH" ,,. . - " ...... li]::(]}.n . C'old n G}.'e(,1]\\;v('od on in conrc'ss. ;aud i on the Shanev lie cons. :rod "The Eternal Lif(.". Rex'. C. \\;V Park River, lwe Lunch was served. l :,', ] Area Games Friday Mahle ,f Hm'on Lake. Minn.. stm c" !: .... . Games sehcttuh'd in the area Fri- : :oo. "3Jy (;,d ,'nd I%  .. Fmdvillc The reran, ms \\;:,ere h,'ou,:h, to ,.::---" ' /* " 1,::)'.-12 daY:t Lankin.find NecheEdinburgaa[ MintONekom.L 5ill- Park River for interm','ni in 5Ien,- '=':* d ';: | - - - , I | I II - a.-,- M ton at St. Alphonsus of Landon, St. orial Park ceP_wtcry. I_)r. G. S. SettrsP'om , " l}:t: ,on ' Dr, 5ctlctstl'Olll p,tsb:'d away Dee. 1G:,.ie ' Thomas at Cavalier, Pembina at 29. Hoople, St. James at Drayton Moun- 1955, at his home iu Fairfax. -- ........................... lahd 2..2, tain at Adams, Manvel at Pisck and Rebekah .%a-e  Edmore at Osnabroek.  }tinde Installs Officers O _. Son Theolopical seminary in Brooklyn, Riverside Rebekah lodge met in the  v:: ABY N.y.. andGarrett Biblica! InstituteOdd Fellows Hall Tuesday evening.  iii!!il  Ma,.y at Evanston. Ill. Ordained in 1922. Mrs. G. Greenwood heads the lodge - n the his first pastorate ",','as in Brooklyn, l as noble grand: Mrs. Lloyd Mandt  i,   ll_  7''' rs. N. Y. Later he served at Harvey, is vice grand; Mrs. Robert Parke. ated church in Park River from 1940 ] treasurer. 'Mear to 1949. That year he moved to/ Mrs. William Skjerven and Mrs. " ly's b: Sleepy Eye, Mmn to become Moth ", "lHarold Harris were named right od}.st pastor and two and a halfl the noble   ,._  and left supporters to years later took up his duties at grand: Mrs. C. W. Knutson and Mrs. Fairfax where he served the Metho- John C. Pterson, supporters to the dist church as pastor and also the vice grand; Mrs. Floyd Greenwood. - church at Franklin, Minn, warden, Mrs. ElmerOnstad, conduc- *FRI. & SAT., JANUARY 13-14, In 1949 he had the honorary de- tress, Mrs. Ben Middendorf, chap- gree of doctor conferred upon Mm lain, Miss Vera Warner. color bear- 'EI=N ,|Ar  OJ"Aa at Rust College, Holly, Miss. er; Mrs. Mary Oaks, Outside guard, aFl 17-0Z. On Sept. 30, 1916, Dr. Setterstrom Mrs. Peder Pedeson, past noble TINS and Miss Anna Chelgren were mar- grand, Mrs. Lloyd Harris, organist, ......... .... ...........oH, ried. She survives along with two Mrs. Gordon Greenwood, soloist. =A------'-- f the couple's three daughters, er was draped in memory of two CHOIED BkTF LUNCHEOI MIATvII ] 2-OZ.TIN i These are Mrs. L. W. Johnson of deceased members, Mrs Casstmier WIUON'$ m, Park River and Mrs. R. W. Slceum Gates and Mrs. Sadie McEachern ......... o. ..... Do-o- of Hyatsville. Md. Another daughter. Mrs. Roy Ratliff of Breckenridge, Mrs. Victor Rhodes, passed away Minn., was a guest. RIV|R B -  A George Ellelson [ several years ago. Also surviving Mrs. Alex Parke was named " are three grandchildren and tw trustee for three Y ears and Miss RICE .... , ................. CEOAG   sisters, Mrs. A. Ludwig of Scran- " ......... Warner was named treasurer of the  heads to provide friction for the ton, Pa., and Mrs. Gerda Sandberg, Thimble Bee fund. The lodge chart- rocks so they can curl. residlngin Sweden. Yo*-FINE 3 27, One more thine about ice-making. Mr. and Mrs Johnson and family Lunch was served aler the meet- INSTANT PUDDINGS Ellefson says hot water is used in attended the funeral and 1VIrs. John- ing by the hostesses, Miss Wa-ner PC. flooding the rinks because it freezes son has remained at Fairfax for an and Mr. Elmer Onstad. """ f00ter. Indefinite stay with her mother. ..o=.. .,.... Park River News might thi00k a 00enow who COU CAMPBELL'S takes so much time and is so meti- Slated Jan. :21 25 Mrs. Ella Cox spent the hlidaysl a TOMATO culous about forming the ice must at Mayville, with son-in-law and] be a curling bug. Actually Ellefson Pairings for the annual eight-team daughter, Mr, andMrs. ErlingBerg.]  SOUP j2 10 0 has curled only three times this Welsh county basketball tourna- Guests last Sunday at the home winter and is not a rabid performer, ment at Park River have been set. of Mr,a nd Mrs. Glen Ford, were The tournament will run three curling. Bug he is a great promoter for days, Jan. 23-25. Mr. and Mrs. Gilman Hanson of - y With new rinks being installed in Four games are on tap the first Twin  alley, Minn., and The Alex  "////'/'///// neighboring towns, he says he day; Fordville vs. Forest River at Ford family. eventually would like to see curling 2 p.m., Lankin vs. Adams at 3:30 Russel Shortridge and children. MARVEL FROZEN SUBGUM DOinG added t the winter sprts Prgrams P'm" Pisek vs" Hple B r Mint Sharn" and James' Nekma' N" D" CHOW MEIN l00-OZ. B at 7:15 p.m.. and Fairdale vs. were guests last Sunday of his bro- ...................... KG. of the high schools and the forma- tion of high school curling leagues. Edinburg at 8:45 p.m. ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. tw,. --- _ He figures one of curling's main Losers will be eliminated and Earl Olson. /vlARVEL FROZEN CHICK|H & VEG, .,  sters the benefit of competitive meet in the semi-finals the next I ROnald, and the Rueben Espelien , PKG. athletics than a sport where one night at 7:15 p.m. and the other two I fmily of Lankin, were visitors at ;''--. ................... '' team made up of a handful of stud- winners meet at 8:45 D.m. The finals the Carroll Vreeland home at Mich-  "--- ents. gets all the attention, and playff fr third place will be igan Jan" 2" PAPERCHARMINNAPKINS ........... 2 oFPKG5'80 25 Buchli's Midgets currently hold down second place in the East with a 3-2 record of wins and losses. Far- go will be at Devils Lake {2-2) Fri- day night while the Aggies will be idle. But unless there is a reversal of form the Midgets should come to Park River Saturday as serious con- tenders for first place, because they beat the Devils Lake team 64-39 last week. end. The Grafton Soilers and Grand Forks edskins share the lead in the division with four wins and one loss apiece. The Spoilers advanced to the top of the heap last week end when they stunned the Agates 56-30. The defeat gives the Aggies a 1-3 record. puttin them one notch above Val- ley City, bottom team in the con- ference standings with one win and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly and Mrs. Harry O'Brien were in Grand Forks Tuesday evening to attend a meet- ing of the Young Democarts club at the Stat. University. Mayor Her- schel Lashkowitz of Fargo, was the main speaker. While he had not been ]n robust health this wmc}.', it Is repro'ted that there was nothing to indicate .............................................................................................................. that his condition was serious. - - - '- """' Born in Granesbcrg. Sweden. Jtlly 1 Slants O Spol ts 128. 1893. I3}.'. Setterstrom came tO 4 America in 1913 as a student, and i . from 1915 to 1919 attended Swedish ::( By Tom Kelly ,The Ice Man Cometh Top man at the bonspiel "ice works" is George Ellefson of Grafton, George can whip up a sheet of ice as slick as the crease on your newly pressed pants. He's been "strawbossing" the ice-making de- tail for the Btg Walsh bonspiel the l.st three years and his helpers are mighty proud of him. That goes vice versa too, He says any credit for a good job goes to caretaker Charles " Dlevecky and a faithful crew of club members. Was Hockey Pla1r Eilefson used to piay hockey and do a lot of skating in his youth and has had considerable experience in flooding rinks for ice skating. But he had had no experience with making curling rinks until the Walsh Curling club was formed. Before the bonspiei last week end I stopped .in at the Fair building : Just u the lads where putting the finishing touches on the ice sheets. George was fussing over the ice like a mother getting ready for her daughter's wedding reception. I came away enlightened. Curlers can get as wild and particular about the shape of the ice as some golfers are about the condition of the greens. But the local ice-makers seemed pleased with their work. Ellefson would not say it was perfect. That .takes a heap of saying and a heap of doing. But he was satisfied And I can see why. Club members work- ed I0 consecutive days getting the Ice ready for the bonspiel. Which means they did not just slop a little water in a form, let it freeze and say it was ready for curling. How the Job Is Done Here is the way it was done for the Walsh bonspiel: The rink was flooded with about two inches of water to form the base sheet. Then the rink was flooded again about 15 times--each time about the thick- Wheelin' & Spielin' Bob Flaten's Park River curlers this year were the bonspiel counter- part of the "money fighters" or the basketball team that is mediocre during the season but turns into a held the third night, Jan. 25. Lankin won the tournament last year. Winter Coats, priced to clear. Sale starting Jan. 12. The Fashion Shop, Park River. ness of a sheet of paper. The huge colored bullsees in the ice sheet at both ends of the ice sheet are marked and painted in before the final two or three floodings. That way the paint does not peel off as it would if the bullseye--called the "house'--were painted on top of ball of fire in a tournament. Flaten's __ the finished ice sheet. The shape of rink hadn't won a game before the = lifter Inventory ,* the house is scratched in the ice bonspieL The other three curlers nslng a piece of metal with saw --Doe Baldwin, Lawrence Vandal blades. An oil can with colored and Gummy Ratliffare all novices water is used in the paint Job. After in the, sport and the bonspiel was the patnting is done, the final coats Flatens first role as a skip. So, aHc FI" of ice are added, what happened? The rink went The .tin is not Just to get smooth four games. It lost the ftrst but won Clear e Ice, In the houses, the lee is sup- the next two and lost the fourth. posed to be a little bum havin A I ' PY-- g i nd the last game was not decided tiny lumps about the size of nail I until the final rock was thrown. Clearance Sale , I Frnday, Saturday - Jan.13,14 .:  L i Continuing All Next Week t; i About |00 pr. Children's Jump,ng Jack Shoes * on I i UeS l}'  Reg. $3.25 to $5. Sale $1.50 to $2.49 $ : : A Lot of Brassieres [i  50c to $1.00 off :/,  ]4 eir Denuine Hand.Laced Moccasins $ Lots of Real Bargains! II e " [i:! 't " R g. $2.29 Sale $1.25 II fL iL Many Other Good Values t Mrked Down Prices i SADIE'S GIFT SHOP i  -: V-: ,;,2 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%11 FAI R/'AY LRGIE .-I..B. 590 PRUNES .............................. KIt,lrT,$  ,,-- L "' l V E VEErA ................... ..__ Meats VEAL STEAK and Chops .......................... Ib 52 BEEF CHUCK ROAST, Good ...................... Ib 39 PORK SAUSAGE, Seasoned Right .................. Ib 25 PICNICS, Smoked Shoulder, Ready-to-Eat ............ Ib 35 SLICED BACON, Swife's Cello ........... . ....... Ib 29 00etl00bles GRAPEFRUIT, Seedless, Reg .................... Doz. 57 BANANAS, Golden Ripe ....................... 2 Ibs 37c CARROTS, Cello Bags .......................... 2 for 29 LETTUCE, Round and firm .................... Each 15 PILLSBURY'S FLOUR ...................... 25 Ibs $2.09 i Extra Special ! W I N N E R S Three merchandise prizes giv-  1st, Ingvald Amundsen, Hoople en every Saturday. A chance  2 n , ........... n, vzrs arroll lelson, t;lty with every cash purchase of $2   ,}. ard, Mrs A G Darkow, Cty or more. . . " BURES FAIRWAY Owned ond Oporstod by John Burn Park River, North Dakot8 Dial 22.$71 r P,[I OII W CORTY  PARK  NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, JANUARY'dE|, I The Walsh Aggies will be fighting )four losses, to keep out of the cellar of the[ Dan Zellsr, {}-foot, 4b-inch Graf- stern division basketball confer- ]ton center, netted 25 points to pace once Saturday night when they are I the Spoilers to their win. Dennis host to the Fargo Midgets, coached ] Olson hit for 13. On the other hand, by former WCAS Coach John| the Aggies had trouble finding the Buchli. J basket, having their bleakest quart- AggietoH0$t Fargo Mhlpts Satunlay Former Locc ' [ a,;tor Dies I son,TerrY'city,ILrsn'sn f Nrman Lar'lis a patient at the Graft.on Decca Club 00ears Deaconess hospital He is ill with Alcoholism 00eport Funeral services for Dr. G. S. Set- yellow jaundice. Mrs. Wallace Thompson gave a terstrom, 62, were held, January 2 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Englerth and at Fairfax, Minn., in the Methodist family went to Starkweather. last report on Narcotics and Alcoholics Anonymous at the regular meeting church of which he had served as Monday and were guests of Mr. and of the Park River Decca Federated pastor for about three years. Local Mrs. Stanley Haug. members of the Masonic lodge Women's club Monday. formed a guard of honor at the She outlined the AA program and er of the season when they didn't church. Speaking at the service W$:lnt Ads cited some statistics, noting that score s point in the second period, were Bishop D. Stanley Coors of CASH IN ADVANCE there are more than 3.000 alcoholics Grafton led 24-9 at halftime and the Minnesota district of the Me- in North Dakota and that from one 41-19 at the third quarter stop. thodist church, who gave the fun- For Sale: White figure skates, size to four alcoholics at the state hos- Gone Troftgruben and Gerald oral sermon: Rev. E. E. Ackm'man. 4. Mary Lot}. Hobbs. Rt. 2 City. pital either die or go completely in- Pohanka each scored eight points district superintendent, and Rev. WORK WANTED: Will d any sane each month. to lead the Park Rive}." team A.R. Nygaard. Methodist pastor of type work. Vernon Seboe. Dial The Decca club meeting was at The league-teadinz Spoilers wil] \\;Villmar. Minn. A male chorus c m> b, on the road ibis week end. play- osed of Methodist pastors o r 1he 22841. Park iRive, hv the h,;mc of Mrs. H'Jward Gordon. - ..................... The program also included the play- in nI Wahpelon FricLy niL, hi and district sang Dr. Sett::'s:rom's !':v- 1:'Oi. SALK: Single-unit milking mg of n .ccolding of talks tw wom- bat Farga Saturday when they take m'ie hvmn. "Thc K':" Bsin,sH" ,,. . - " ...... li]::(]}.n . C'old n G}.'e(,1]\\;v('od on in conrc'ss. ;aud i on the Shanev lie cons. :rod "The Eternal Lif(.". Rex'. C. \\;V Park River, lwe Lunch was served. l :,', ] Area Games Friday Mahle ,f Hm'on Lake. Minn.. stm c" !: .... . Games sehcttuh'd in the area Fri- : :oo. "3Jy (;,d ,'nd I%  .. Fmdvillc The reran, ms \\;:,ere h,'ou,:h, to ,.::---" ' /* " 1,::)'.-12 daY:t Lankin.find NecheEdinburgaa[ MintONekom.L 5ill- Park River for interm','ni in 5Ien,- '=':* d ';: | - - - , I | I II - a.-,- M ton at St. Alphonsus of Landon, St. orial Park ceP_wtcry. I_)r. G. S. SettrsP'om , " l}:t: ,on ' Dr, 5ctlctstl'Olll p,tsb:'d away Dee. 1G:,.ie ' Thomas at Cavalier, Pembina at 29. Hoople, St. James at Drayton Moun- 1955, at his home iu Fairfax. -- ........................... lahd 2..2, tain at Adams, Manvel at Pisck and Rebekah .%a-e  Edmore at Osnabroek.  }tinde Installs Officers O _. Son Theolopical seminary in Brooklyn, Riverside Rebekah lodge met in the  v:: ABY N.y.. andGarrett Biblica! InstituteOdd Fellows Hall Tuesday evening.  iii!!il  Ma,.y at Evanston. Ill. Ordained in 1922. Mrs. G. Greenwood heads the lodge - n the his first pastorate ",','as in Brooklyn, l as noble grand: Mrs. Lloyd Mandt  i,   ll_  7''' rs. N. Y. Later he served at Harvey, is vice grand; Mrs. Robert Parke. ated church in Park River from 1940 ] treasurer. 'Mear to 1949. That year he moved to/ Mrs. William Skjerven and Mrs. " ly's b: Sleepy Eye, Mmn to become Moth ", "lHarold Harris were named right od}.st pastor and two and a halfl the noble   ,._  and left supporters to years later took up his duties at grand: Mrs. C. W. Knutson and Mrs. Fairfax where he served the Metho- John C. Pterson, supporters to the dist church as pastor and also the vice grand; Mrs. Floyd Greenwood. - church at Franklin, Minn, warden, Mrs. ElmerOnstad, conduc- *FRI. & SAT., JANUARY 13-14, In 1949 he had the honorary de- tress, Mrs. Ben Middendorf, chap- gree of doctor conferred upon Mm lain, Miss Vera Warner. color bear- 'EI=N ,|Ar  OJ"Aa at Rust College, Holly, Miss. er; Mrs. Mary Oaks, Outside guard, aFl 17-0Z. On Sept. 30, 1916, Dr. Setterstrom Mrs. Peder Pedeson, past noble TINS and Miss Anna Chelgren were mar- grand, Mrs. Lloyd Harris, organist, ......... .... ...........oH, ried. She survives along with two Mrs. Gordon Greenwood, soloist. =A------'-- f the couple's three daughters, er was draped in memory of two CHOIED BkTF LUNCHEOI MIATvII ] 2-OZ.TIN i These are Mrs. L. W. Johnson of deceased members, Mrs Casstmier WIUON'$ m, Park River and Mrs. R. W. Slceum Gates and Mrs. Sadie McEachern ......... o. ..... Do-o- of Hyatsville. Md. Another daughter. Mrs. Roy Ratliff of Breckenridge, Mrs. Victor Rhodes, passed away Minn., was a guest. RIV|R B -  A George Ellelson [ several years ago. Also surviving Mrs. Alex Parke was named " are three grandchildren and tw trustee for three Y ears and Miss RICE .... , ................. CEOAG   sisters, Mrs. A. Ludwig of Scran- " ......... Warner was named treasurer of the  heads to provide friction for the ton, Pa., and Mrs. Gerda Sandberg, Thimble Bee fund. The lodge chart- rocks so they can curl. residlngin Sweden. Yo*-FINE 3 27, One more thine about ice-making. Mr. and Mrs Johnson and family Lunch was served aler the meet- INSTANT PUDDINGS Ellefson says hot water is used in attended the funeral and 1VIrs. John- ing by the hostesses, Miss Wa-ner PC. flooding the rinks because it freezes son has remained at Fairfax for an and Mr. Elmer Onstad. """ f00ter. Indefinite stay with her mother. ..o=.. .,.... Park River News might thi00k a 00enow who COU CAMPBELL'S takes so much time and is so meti- Slated Jan. :21 25 Mrs. Ella Cox spent the hlidaysl a TOMATO culous about forming the ice must at Mayville, with son-in-law and] be a curling bug. Actually Ellefson Pairings for the annual eight-team daughter, Mr, andMrs. ErlingBerg.]  SOUP j2 10 0 has curled only three times this Welsh county basketball tourna- Guests last Sunday at the home winter and is not a rabid performer, ment at Park River have been set. of Mr,a nd Mrs. Glen Ford, were The tournament will run three curling. Bug he is a great promoter for days, Jan. 23-25. Mr. and Mrs. Gilman Hanson of - y With new rinks being installed in Four games are on tap the first Twin  alley, Minn., and The Alex  "////'/'///// neighboring towns, he says he day; Fordville vs. Forest River at Ford family. eventually would like to see curling 2 p.m., Lankin vs. Adams at 3:30 Russel Shortridge and children. MARVEL FROZEN SUBGUM DOinG added t the winter sprts Prgrams P'm" Pisek vs" Hple B r Mint Sharn" and James' Nekma' N" D" CHOW MEIN l00-OZ. B at 7:15 p.m.. and Fairdale vs. were guests last Sunday of his bro- ...................... KG. of the high schools and the forma- tion of high school curling leagues. Edinburg at 8:45 p.m. ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. tw,. --- _ He figures one of curling's main Losers will be eliminated and Earl Olson. /vlARVEL FROZEN CHICK|H & VEG, .,  sters the benefit of competitive meet in the semi-finals the next I ROnald, and the Rueben Espelien , PKG. athletics than a sport where one night at 7:15 p.m. and the other two I fmily of Lankin, were visitors at ;''--. ................... '' team made up of a handful of stud- winners meet at 8:45 D.m. The finals the Carroll Vreeland home at Mich-  "--- ents. gets all the attention, and playff fr third place will be igan Jan" 2" PAPERCHARMINNAPKINS ........... 2 oFPKG5'80 25 Buchli's Midgets currently hold down second place in the East with a 3-2 record of wins and losses. Far- go will be at Devils Lake {2-2) Fri- day night while the Aggies will be idle. But unless there is a reversal of form the Midgets should come to Park River Saturday as serious con- tenders for first place, because they beat the Devils Lake team 64-39 last week. end. The Grafton Soilers and Grand Forks edskins share the lead in the division with four wins and one loss apiece. The Spoilers advanced to the top of the heap last week end when they stunned the Agates 56-30. The defeat gives the Aggies a 1-3 record. puttin them one notch above Val- ley City, bottom team in the con- ference standings with one win and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly and Mrs. Harry O'Brien were in Grand Forks Tuesday evening to attend a meet- ing of the Young Democarts club at the Stat. University. Mayor Her- schel Lashkowitz of Fargo, was the main speaker. While he had not been ]n robust health this wmc}.', it Is repro'ted that there was nothing to indicate .............................................................................................................. that his condition was serious. - - - '- """' Born in Granesbcrg. Sweden. Jtlly 1 Slants O Spol ts 128. 1893. I3}.'. Setterstrom came tO 4 America in 1913 as a student, and i . from 1915 to 1919 attended Swedish ::( By Tom Kelly ,The Ice Man Cometh Top man at the bonspiel "ice works" is George Ellefson of Grafton, George can whip up a sheet of ice as slick as the crease on your newly pressed pants. He's been "strawbossing" the ice-making de- tail for the Btg Walsh bonspiel the l.st three years and his helpers are mighty proud of him. That goes vice versa too, He says any credit for a good job goes to caretaker Charles " Dlevecky and a faithful crew of club members. Was Hockey Pla1r Eilefson used to piay hockey and do a lot of skating in his youth and has had considerable experience in flooding rinks for ice skating. But he had had no experience with making curling rinks until the Walsh Curling club was formed. Before the bonspiei last week end I stopped .in at the Fair building : Just u the lads where putting the finishing touches on the ice sheets. George was fussing over the ice like a mother getting ready for her daughter's wedding reception. I came away enlightened. Curlers can get as wild and particular about the shape of the ice as some golfers are about the condition of the greens. But the local ice-makers seemed pleased with their work. Ellefson would not say it was perfect. That .takes a heap of saying and a heap of doing. But he was satisfied And I can see why. Club members work- ed I0 consecutive days getting the Ice ready for the bonspiel. Which means they did not just slop a little water in a form, let it freeze and say it was ready for curling. How the Job Is Done Here is the way it was done for the Walsh bonspiel: The rink was flooded with about two inches of water to form the base sheet. Then the rink was flooded again about 15 times--each time about the thick- Wheelin' & Spielin' Bob Flaten's Park River curlers this year were the bonspiel counter- part of the "money fighters" or the basketball team that is mediocre during the season but turns into a held the third night, Jan. 25. Lankin won the tournament last year. Winter Coats, priced to clear. Sale starting Jan. 12. The Fashion Shop, Park River. ness of a sheet of paper. The huge colored bullsees in the ice sheet at both ends of the ice sheet are marked and painted in before the final two or three floodings. That way the paint does not peel off as it would if the bullseye--called the "house'--were painted on top of ball of fire in a tournament. Flaten's __ the finished ice sheet. The shape of rink hadn't won a game before the = lifter Inventory ,* the house is scratched in the ice bonspieL The other three curlers nslng a piece of metal with saw --Doe Baldwin, Lawrence Vandal blades. An oil can with colored and Gummy Ratliffare all novices water is used in the paint Job. After in the, sport and the bonspiel was the patnting is done, the final coats Flatens first role as a skip. So, aHc FI" of ice are added, what happened? The rink went The .tin is not Just to get smooth four games. It lost the ftrst but won Clear e Ice, In the houses, the lee is sup- the next two and lost the fourth. posed to be a little bum havin A I ' PY-- g i nd the last game was not decided tiny lumps about the size of nail I until the final rock was thrown. Clearance Sale , I Frnday, Saturday - Jan.13,14 .:  L i Continuing All Next Week t; i About |00 pr. Children's Jump,ng Jack Shoes * on I i UeS l}'  Reg. $3.25 to $5. Sale $1.50 to $2.49 $ : : A Lot of Brassieres [i  50c to $1.00 off :/,  ]4 eir Denuine Hand.Laced Moccasins $ Lots of Real Bargains! II e " [i:! 't " R g. $2.29 Sale $1.25 II fL iL Many Other Good Values t Mrked Down Prices i SADIE'S GIFT SHOP i  -: V-: ,;,2 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%11 FAI R/'AY LRGIE .-I..B. 590 PRUNES .............................. KIt,lrT,$  ,,-- L "' l V E VEErA ................... ..__ Meats VEAL STEAK and Chops .......................... Ib 52 BEEF CHUCK ROAST, Good ...................... Ib 39 PORK SAUSAGE, Seasoned Right .................. Ib 25 PICNICS, Smoked Shoulder, Ready-to-Eat ............ Ib 35 SLICED BACON, Swife's Cello ........... . ....... Ib 29 00etl00bles GRAPEFRUIT, Seedless, Reg .................... Doz. 57 BANANAS, Golden Ripe ....................... 2 Ibs 37c CARROTS, Cello Bags .......................... 2 for 29 LETTUCE, Round and firm .................... Each 15 PILLSBURY'S FLOUR ...................... 25 Ibs $2.09 i Extra Special ! W I N N E R S Three merchandise prizes giv-  1st, Ingvald Amundsen, Hoople en every Saturday. A chance  2 n , ........... n, vzrs arroll lelson, t;lty with every cash purchase of $2   ,}. ard, Mrs A G Darkow, Cty or more. . . " BURES FAIRWAY Owned ond Oporstod by John Burn Park River, North Dakot8 Dial 22.$71