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THURSDAY, JANUARY 12,1956 &gt; Heard & Seen Mrs. George Cooke had a birth- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnson day party for her daughter, Janet, and family, and Mrs. Carrie Wiste, who was two years old Saturday. went to Adams last Sunday and Eight guests and their mothers at- were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mel- tended. Also present were Janet's vin Bellerud. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Harold Garnaas Swedburg and her great grand- and daughters, Faye and Kaye were mother, Mrs. Solveig Laxdal of visitors in Adams Thursday at the Grafton. Lunch, including the birth- home of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent day cake. was served. Kjellas. On Sunday the}' were din- Supper guests last Fridny of Mr. l ner guests of her parents Mr. and and M,s. Torfin Evenson were Mr. Mrs. Isadore Fcltman, at Grafton. and ),Jrs. Arvid Gjevre, Hoople. In Circle No. 3 of the Lutheran I, afternoon Mrs. Evenson had a ladies aid met last Tuesday after- blrdiaj- party for her son Tcrry, lm,on at the home of Mrs. Melvin 9 :  :: ,7.+t. Cu,<: w(uo Mark OI-iVeralrud" Mrs. Oscar Severson, l s<> G:,c:():- ?,L,an, Mark Meber(pcsident, conducted the retmlar, 'a .-] + "::t, C?;:,:: zn G'.,-y f.K::-bu.;in.-ss meeting. Mrs. Win. Skier- :g: :'! ['??cb b:clu(lir;,:, :: birlh.qav ;vn gave the Bible lesson. Lunch 'e h .,:.s :;(l"V d. I! was served. *; <i - guest: ;:t th_ he, n,,- o' Dinner guests Saturday of Mrs. !a..-ud 2',1*,;. Osc:,r i,.rga ",,,'re D'. :Annn Ilattlestad were Mr. an(l Mrs. is:?,{ 2d::< C. F. Grytc and fmnily, iLars Larson, Mrs. Frank Johnson. tfu:on. S. D.. ih-. a.qd ?Jrs. Alvin'mrand ,,,,.> Mrs Inca Olson, v,..: e. anu family, Walhalla, Mr. Bugler Mi =nd Mrs Ella Cox. ,f. ;;'.,. tip.milton Berg and fa,.m!y. The sami" grou; were Sunday din- m(,:: , other guests \\;v:ere Bun il?L' guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. [t.'ind:: . . and son Richard. and Mabel!Sunderland, and on Friday at the ?, F:, r(,n. Their, droner, r.'m(sts-" [home of Mrs. Oscar Johnson. tu "d:y were Rex, +. and Mrs. James . <Snnenbcr', t-lo ple. 3.It. and i SPARKLERS HAVE RECESS ! ....... uhn Anderson, and Mrs. J. J The three local Sparklers' clubs J (r l_ls()n. [ ---- will not meet this week because iBABy BAPTISED I their leaders are holding meetings Mary Margaret was the name giv- ' to plan projects and the program n the baby daughter of Mr. and for the next four months, according avrs. David Jenny of Park River to Mrs. Blair Chairman. i'hen she was baptized Sunday at The Sparklers, an association for t. Mary s church by Rev J J second and third and fourth girls, ! 'Meara. Sponsors were Mrs. den- is sponsored by the Decca Federated )Iny's brother and sister Leonard Women's club. Mrs. Chapman is and Delores Richards, of George- chairman of the Sparklers commit- own. Minn. Others present for the tee. The leaders are Mrs. Norence, eeremony were her parents. Mr. Lovaason, Mrs. Earl Olson and Mrs. Iand Mrs. Robert Richards and son, Bob Bork. Meetings will be resum- harles, also of Georgetown. 'ed next week. ROUNDUP OF VALUES JUICE 4 HAmmT  oaun,  raN, ' COFFEE ,11 n REGENT FAaAL 'TISSUE 4 =a RED OWt, FANCY CATSUP Crisp, Solid and Fresh Jumbo Lettuce 2 for 27c , $ January Sale starting Jan. 12 . . . Over I00 dresses going at greatly re, prices. Fashion Shop, Park River. Mrs. John Bures and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barta, left Sun- day by car for Milwaukee to visit Delicious for Juice Florida Oranges Dozen 33c RED OWL CHEDDAR CHEESE New Solid Heads Cabbage Lb. 7c Always a Favorite Carrots 2 Cello Bags 27c AN PORK & BUNS Quality Meats for Less U. S. Govm't. Graded ROUND STEAK ........................... Ib 69c Morrell's Family Size PICNICS, Ready-to-Eat ..................... Ib 25c PORK LOINS, whole or half Ib 35 SUMMER SAUSAGE, Swift's Essex .......... Ib 39 GROUND BEEF 2 Ibs 69 with Mrs. Bures' son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John U. Bures. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordon were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gordon and girls, Janet and Gall and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stromsodt and children,. Linda and i Jona ll of Grand Forks. While at our sale starting Jan. 12 i look over some of our smart new spring lines. Wg carry such brands as Nordis of Dallas , Kay Windsor, Jolyn Jr., etc. Fashion Shop, Park River. I Dinner guests last Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ellingson, were Mrs. Ciare Ellingson and daughter, Doro- thy, the James and Tilford Elling- son families, all of Adams, and Miss Marilyn Selihem, Ardoch. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Dahl and son, Ronald, and Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Espciien and three daughters of Lankin, attended the wedding of Miss Elsie Green of St. Thomas and Lyle Skoglund of Ardoch at St. Thomas Dec. 31. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hanley and son James returned last Monday from a two weeks trip to Ingle- wood, Calif., which was spent with Mr. Hanley's mother, Mrs. Margaret Hanley, and his brother Thomas Hanley. Mr. and Mrs. Art Linnendahl and Mrs. L. J. Thoe of Devils Lake were in Park River Friday afternoon to ,attend to business matters and visit with friends and relatives. The Lin- nendahls called on Ernest Torfin while Mrs. Thoe spent the afternoon with her husband's mother, Mrs. H. S. Thoe, at the home of Mrs. Harry OBrien. Toastmasters Use 'Grunt-Meter' The Park River Toastmasters club used a "Grunt-meter" for the first time Monday to check speakers' stammering. John Flaten of the educational committee explained its use," noting that a marble would be dropped in a glass jar each time a table-topic spearer grunted, groaned, or used an "oh" or an "an'. Ladies Night at the club has been set for Jan. 30, according to a re- port by Earl Gaarder of the arrange- ment committee. He added that meetings will be held every week. / PAO mrFI Altar Society Names 1956 Committees Meeting Thursday evening in the' church parlors, the Altar Society of St. Mary's church announced the working committees for the various months of the year. Mrs. Felix Bu- dish is the new president and suc- ceeds Mrs. L. J. Hankey. Other of- ricers are Mrs. Norman McPherson, treasurer and Mrs. Tony Novak, secretary. Members of the committees are as follows: February: Mrs. Leo Hennessey, chairman, Mrs. Jerry Cicha, co- chairman: Mrs. Harlan Andrews, Mrs. Wallace Thompson, Mrs. J. set, Mrs. W. E. Cowger, Mrs. Rus- sel MIdgarden, Mrs. Bernt Bellerud, Mrs. Ralph Leonard, Mrs. Palmer Setness, Mrs. John Dunn. Men: Ben Middendorf and Sylvester Snaza. April: Mrs. Clyde Dibble, chair- man, Mrs. Art K. Johnson, co-chair- man; Mrs. Frank Vondra, Mrs. E. R. Landsborough, Mrs. Harold Falter, Mrs. Harold Schlenk, Mrs. Tom Kelly, Mrs. Chas. Porter, Mrs. Au- gustine Houser, Mrs. Gerald Kotas- ka. Men: Jacob Dobmeier and Frank Soukup. May: MI. Everett Burger, chair- man, Mrs. Ernest Lien, co-chairman; Attend Funeral Among those who came from a distance to attend the funeral of Mrs. Anna Ingulsrud held at Zion Lutheran church Jan. 2: were Mr. and Mrs. Harry McGilles and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Braaten; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ramberg, Mr. and Mrs. tars Ingulsrud and son, Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ingulsrud, Mrs. John Torkelson, all of Edmore. Mrs. Mary Johnson, Grand Forks Mr. and Mrs. James Frovarp and sons, Dennis and Robert, of Red Lake Falls, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lien, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Rustebakke, all of McCanna. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McLauchlin Minneapolis; Mrs. Art Anderson and Carol, of Union, Olga and Hel- mer Frovarp of Edinburg, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Axvig of Hoople. Percy Walstad was toastmaster I Cram Mrs Carl Hankey Sr Mrs for the evening and Paul Meberg ,  ' - .. " ' " i "er Ro-, ;uawrence wilkes Ruth and Char-: +;:2 P;:mas;:ker 3;'i'r+Gust:ffson h, tte Wright, Mrs.' Norman lsaacson, o, + P , g m n seven- ' Nora Ronssm. Men: J. C. Kenney minute talk on "The Grand Coulee Dam". Five minute talks were given Mrs. Leonard Hanson, Mrs. Louis Zimmer, Mrs. J. J. Rengle, Mrs. Don Henley, Mrs. Harold Rohn, Mrs. Harry O'Brh,n. Mrs. John and Frank Meters. Bena, Mrs. Floyd Wooldrid?;e. Men: March: Mrs. Tim Vavrosky Sr.,iStanlev Svir and Loren Mahrer. chairman, Mrs. Bert Hardy, co- I June: Adele Itankey, chairman, chairman: Mrs. Carl Dahl, Mrs. We1- ] Mrs. Carl tIankay Jl'., co-chairman; - ............................................... 7-- [ Mrs Henry Schufletowski, Mrs. CHERRY PIE CONTEST HAS James O'Regan. Mrs. Frank Dob- PARK RIVER FLAVOR meier, Mrs. Kenneth Von Rueden, - txo -rize wi " - -i .. ]Dorothy Bena Mrs Elmer Kotaska, lne ' p " nnlngpes in the  " ' " ' n ta*e cherr- -ie makin- con-- - . , Mary Miner, Mary M,ddendorf. Me : t . - f p . ; -.rest at i Charley O'Brien and Peter Snaza. Grana OrKS aturaay aennitely ......... ,  ..a; h -a  Park River flavor t duly: vtrs. vlarwn utoeg, aau.*- a u  , +- " ]burg, chairman, Mrs. Felix Kertz, lsancy bwayne oI argo winner ' ' Edinburg, co-chairman. Mrs. Henry of first place is a granddaughter of Gehrke Mrs Myron Dahlgren, Mrs by John Flatcn on "Lookin With the toastmaster" and by Gordon Ramsey on "Rabies". Harvey Tallaekson was master evaluator. Lee Neste was topic eva- ]uator a,d speech evaluators includ- ed Ronnie Hagen, Dean Millez nd Earl Gaarder. Thirteen members at- tended the dinner meeting which was called to order by President Paul Meberg in the Lutheran church basement. Have Sewing Lesson A sewing lesson on making rnen's shirts featured the regular meeting of the Twilight Homemakers club Jan. 4 at the Clifford Johnson home. The lesson was given by Mrs. Clif- ford Johnson and Mrs. Ivan Berg. Mrs. Victor Saude received the punctuality prize. Lunch was served by the hostess. CARD OF THANKS We take this means ot expressing our sincere thanks to all who as- sisted us during the funeral of our beloved wife and mother. Especial- ly do we thank Rev. Oliver John- son for his kind words. Mrs. Victor Johnson, Mrs. Christ Midgarden and Mrs. Chester Thompson for the music. Ole Ingulsrud, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McGilles and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frovarp and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Frovarp and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Frovm'p and family. House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson are Mrs. Frank John- son; Grand Forks and Mrs. Inga O1- son, Bagley, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Olsen and sons, Milton and Robert, spent Sun- day in Grafton at the John Collins home. TEN CENT SALE Campbells TOMATO SOUP ' each I0 Schilling Grouted , BLACK PEPPER IV= z 10c Tru Vu Great Northern BEANS Ib 10 NORTHERN NAPKINS ......... 80 for 10 FRENCH'S MUSTARD ___:: .... 6 oz jar 10 Old Grimes PORK & BEANS ' : 300 can 10 MAINE OIL SARDINIS 10 Arm and Hammer BAKING SODA 10 Morton's Iodized or Regular SALT 10c Butterscotch, Chocolate, Vanilla or Cocoanut Creme JELLO INSTANT PUDDING ...... pkg. 10c CHORE GIRLS __ each 10 Your Choice GUM .......................... 3 for 10c FRESH FROZEN FOOD Snow Crop GRAPE JUICE ................ 2 cans 45 Ore-Ida Shredded POTATO PATTIES 2 for 37 w00e00uy EGGS MEATS " .... G.H. Walker of this city and a niece of Mrs. George Williams. Second place winner was Donna Morstad, daughter of Mrs. Stanley Hajicek of Park River. Miss Swayne, whose mother is the former Vera Walker, of this place, will go to Chicago February 21 to take part in the national bake-off. IAMED BANK PRESIDENT Lawrence W. Mauritson, brother of Garfield J'. Mauritson of Park River, was named president of the First National Bank in Moorhead, accordinff to a press release from that city. He had been with the firm since 19113. Before that he had been associated with banks at Shel- ly, Minn., Grafton and Drake, N. D. HOSPITAL NEWS NOTES A boy was born Jan. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ford, Park River. Surgical patients: Steven Gordon and Arden Burbidge, Park River. Medical patients: Mrs. Ambrose Spoonland, Park River, Mary Mid- dendorf and Mrs. O. H. Olson, city. Concordia Pastor to Preach At Edinburg Churches Dr. Larson of Concordia College will preach the sermons Sunday, Jan. 15, in services at the Trinity and Odalen Lutheran churches. The worship service at Trinity Lutheran church is set for 9:30 a.m. and the service at Odalen is scheduled for [ 11:10 a.m. Richard Geary, Mrs. Kenneth Tan- ke, Mrs. Vernon Vigen, Mrs. Otto Dvorak, Mrs. L. A. Vaudrin, all of Adams; Mrs. M. C. Flaten, Mrs. Ai N. Flaten, Mrs. D. E. Johansen, Mrs. Morris Odden, Mrs. Lester ,Jasmer, all of Edinburg. Men: RonMd Va- vrosky and Ernest Kotaska. August: Mrs. Bert Phelps, chair- man, Mrs. Elmer Jergenson, . co- chairman. Mrs. Jack Cornelli, Mrs. Margaret Jacobson Mrs. duel Den, Mrs. Dennis Cole, Mrs. Joe Dub Sr., Mrs. William Delvo, Mrs. Harold Dougherty, Mrs. John Bures and Anton Ochs. September: Mrs. Alphonse Schild- berger, chairman; Mrs. Arthur Meagher, co-chairman; Mrs. Tim Vavrosky Jr., Mrs. Philip Capouch, Mrs. H. D. Long, Mrs. Joe Fall, Hel- en Connor, Mrs. Mahlon Gregorie, Mrs. David Jenny, Mrs. Norman McPhersen and Murry King. October: Mrs. Eugene Kelner, chairman, Mrs. Tony Budish, co- chairman; Mrs. Gerald Dobmeier, Mrs. Bill O'Brien, Mrs. Orville Sim- ons, Mrs. Ed Korynta, Mrs. Henry Staven, Mrs. Clayton Cudmore, Mrs. Tony Novak, Mrs. Stanley Svir. Men: Lawrence Vandal and Andrew Novak. November: Mrs. Jerry Smazik. chairman, Mrs. Adolph Sobolik, co- chairman; Mrs. Jay Penas, Mrs. Felix Budish, Mrs. Joe Kowalski, Mrs. Rudolph Hajicek, Mrs. Harold Garnaas, Mrs. Richard Caswe11, Mrs. Jim Hajicek, Mrs. Frances White and W. L. Dougherty. December: Mrs. L. J. Hankey, chairman, Mrs. Clair C]emetsqn, co; chairman: Mrs. Clara Paur, Mrs. Joe Valse, Mrs. Frank Kachena, Mrs. Rudolph Dub, Mrs. D. A. Ram- sey, Mrs. Joe Dub Jr., Mrs. Henry Kelly, Mary Meier and J. L. Monta- gue. January, 1957: Mrs. Paul Hankey, chairman, Mrs. Inez laap, co-chair- man; Mrs. Dale Roalstad, Mrs. Lam- bert Svir, Mrs. Charles Schufle- towski, Mrs. Marvin Sorenson, Mrs. Frank Swehla, Mrs. Ben Tupa, Mrs. Joe Capouch, Mrs. G. Oppeboen and Les Kelly. January 12-13 14 Flav-r-Pac, Sliced STRAWBERRIES .......... 12 oz 2 for 59 Chicken of the Sea TONITE FRI. SAT. TUNA PIES 2 for 59 MEATS g00-g tll, Ready to Eat PICNICS Ib 29c Armours Pork Link SAUSAGE Ib 49 Semi Boneless PORK ROAST .................... Ib 33c FRESH SIDE PORK Ib 35c Fruits & Vegetables SUN. MON. Flordia Pineapple JAN. ORANGES .................... 2 doz. 75 Jumbo SUNDAY HEAD LETTUCE ................ 2 for 39c CELLO RADISHES 2 bags 25 - .... Winesaps 20 Ib box APPLE; $2.54 ........ WE GIVES & 'H GREEN STAMPS m m.r LOCKERS ' GROCERIES + / THURSDAY, JANUARY 12,1956 > Heard & Seen Mrs. George Cooke had a birth- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnson day party for her daughter, Janet, and family, and Mrs. Carrie Wiste, who was two years old Saturday. went to Adams last Sunday and Eight guests and their mothers at- were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mel- tended. Also present were Janet's vin Bellerud. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Harold Garnaas Swedburg and her great grand- and daughters, Faye and Kaye were mother, Mrs. Solveig Laxdal of visitors in Adams Thursday at the Grafton. Lunch, including the birth- home of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent day cake. was served. Kjellas. On Sunday the}' were din- Supper guests last Fridny of Mr. l ner guests of her parents Mr. and and M,s. Torfin Evenson were Mr. Mrs. Isadore Fcltman, at Grafton. and ),Jrs. Arvid Gjevre, Hoople. In Circle No. 3 of the Lutheran I, afternoon Mrs. Evenson had a ladies aid met last Tuesday after- blrdiaj- party for her son Tcrry, lm,on at the home of Mrs. Melvin 9 :  :: ,7.+t. Cu,<: w(uo Mark OI-iVeralrud" Mrs. Oscar Severson, l s<> G:,c:():- ?,L,an, Mark Meber(pcsident, conducted the retmlar, 'a .-] + "::t, C?;:,:: zn G'.,-y f.K::-bu.;in.-ss meeting. Mrs. Win. Skier- :g: :'! ['??cb b:clu(lir;,:, :: birlh.qav ;vn gave the Bible lesson. Lunch 'e h .,:.s :;(l"V d. I! was served. *; <i - guest: ;:t th_ he, n,,- o' Dinner guests Saturday of Mrs. !a..-ud 2',1*,;. Osc:,r i,.rga ",,,'re D'. :Annn Ilattlestad were Mr. an(l Mrs. is:?,{ 2d::< C. F. Grytc and fmnily, iLars Larson, Mrs. Frank Johnson. tfu:on. S. D.. ih-. a.qd ?Jrs. Alvin'mrand ,,,,.> Mrs Inca Olson, v,..: e. anu family, Walhalla, Mr. Bugler Mi =nd Mrs Ella Cox. ,f. ;;'.,. tip.milton Berg and fa,.m!y. The sami" grou; were Sunday din- m(,:: , other guests \\;v:ere Bun il?L' guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. [t.'ind:: . . and son Richard. and Mabel!Sunderland, and on Friday at the ?, F:, r(,n. Their, droner, r.'m(sts-" [home of Mrs. Oscar Johnson. tu "d:y were Rex, +. and Mrs. James . <Snnenbcr', t-lo ple. 3.It. and i SPARKLERS HAVE RECESS ! ....... uhn Anderson, and Mrs. J. J The three local Sparklers' clubs J (r l_ls()n. [ ---- will not meet this week because iBABy BAPTISED I their leaders are holding meetings Mary Margaret was the name giv- ' to plan projects and the program n the baby daughter of Mr. and for the next four months, according avrs. David Jenny of Park River to Mrs. Blair Chairman. i'hen she was baptized Sunday at The Sparklers, an association for t. Mary s church by Rev J J second and third and fourth girls, ! 'Meara. Sponsors were Mrs. den- is sponsored by the Decca Federated )Iny's brother and sister Leonard Women's club. Mrs. Chapman is and Delores Richards, of George- chairman of the Sparklers commit- own. Minn. Others present for the tee. The leaders are Mrs. Norence, eeremony were her parents. Mr. Lovaason, Mrs. Earl Olson and Mrs. Iand Mrs. Robert Richards and son, Bob Bork. Meetings will be resum- harles, also of Georgetown. 'ed next week. ROUNDUP OF VALUES JUICE 4 HAmmT  oaun,  raN, ' COFFEE ,11 n REGENT FAaAL 'TISSUE 4 =a RED OWt, FANCY CATSUP Crisp, Solid and Fresh Jumbo Lettuce 2 for 27c , $ January Sale starting Jan. 12 . . . Over I00 dresses going at greatly re, prices. Fashion Shop, Park River. Mrs. John Bures and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barta, left Sun- day by car for Milwaukee to visit Delicious for Juice Florida Oranges Dozen 33c RED OWL CHEDDAR CHEESE New Solid Heads Cabbage Lb. 7c Always a Favorite Carrots 2 Cello Bags 27c AN PORK & BUNS Quality Meats for Less U. S. Govm't. Graded ROUND STEAK ........................... Ib 69c Morrell's Family Size PICNICS, Ready-to-Eat ..................... Ib 25c PORK LOINS, whole or half Ib 35 SUMMER SAUSAGE, Swift's Essex .......... Ib 39 GROUND BEEF 2 Ibs 69 with Mrs. Bures' son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John U. Bures. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordon were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gordon and girls, Janet and Gall and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stromsodt and children,. Linda and i Jona ll of Grand Forks. While at our sale starting Jan. 12 i look over some of our smart new spring lines. Wg carry such brands as Nordis of Dallas , Kay Windsor, Jolyn Jr., etc. Fashion Shop, Park River. I Dinner guests last Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ellingson, were Mrs. Ciare Ellingson and daughter, Doro- thy, the James and Tilford Elling- son families, all of Adams, and Miss Marilyn Selihem, Ardoch. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Dahl and son, Ronald, and Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Espciien and three daughters of Lankin, attended the wedding of Miss Elsie Green of St. Thomas and Lyle Skoglund of Ardoch at St. Thomas Dec. 31. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hanley and son James returned last Monday from a two weeks trip to Ingle- wood, Calif., which was spent with Mr. Hanley's mother, Mrs. Margaret Hanley, and his brother Thomas Hanley. Mr. and Mrs. Art Linnendahl and Mrs. L. J. Thoe of Devils Lake were in Park River Friday afternoon to ,attend to business matters and visit with friends and relatives. The Lin- nendahls called on Ernest Torfin while Mrs. Thoe spent the afternoon with her husband's mother, Mrs. H. S. Thoe, at the home of Mrs. Harry OBrien. Toastmasters Use 'Grunt-Meter' The Park River Toastmasters club used a "Grunt-meter" for the first time Monday to check speakers' stammering. John Flaten of the educational committee explained its use," noting that a marble would be dropped in a glass jar each time a table-topic spearer grunted, groaned, or used an "oh" or an "an'. Ladies Night at the club has been set for Jan. 30, according to a re- port by Earl Gaarder of the arrange- ment committee. He added that meetings will be held every week. / PAO mrFI Altar Society Names 1956 Committees Meeting Thursday evening in the' church parlors, the Altar Society of St. Mary's church announced the working committees for the various months of the year. Mrs. Felix Bu- dish is the new president and suc- ceeds Mrs. L. J. Hankey. Other of- ricers are Mrs. Norman McPherson, treasurer and Mrs. Tony Novak, secretary. Members of the committees are as follows: February: Mrs. Leo Hennessey, chairman, Mrs. Jerry Cicha, co- chairman: Mrs. Harlan Andrews, Mrs. Wallace Thompson, Mrs. J. set, Mrs. W. E. Cowger, Mrs. Rus- sel MIdgarden, Mrs. Bernt Bellerud, Mrs. Ralph Leonard, Mrs. Palmer Setness, Mrs. John Dunn. Men: Ben Middendorf and Sylvester Snaza. April: Mrs. Clyde Dibble, chair- man, Mrs. Art K. Johnson, co-chair- man; Mrs. Frank Vondra, Mrs. E. R. Landsborough, Mrs. Harold Falter, Mrs. Harold Schlenk, Mrs. Tom Kelly, Mrs. Chas. Porter, Mrs. Au- gustine Houser, Mrs. Gerald Kotas- ka. Men: Jacob Dobmeier and Frank Soukup. May: MI. Everett Burger, chair- man, Mrs. Ernest Lien, co-chairman; Attend Funeral Among those who came from a distance to attend the funeral of Mrs. Anna Ingulsrud held at Zion Lutheran church Jan. 2: were Mr. and Mrs. Harry McGilles and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Braaten; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ramberg, Mr. and Mrs. tars Ingulsrud and son, Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ingulsrud, Mrs. John Torkelson, all of Edmore. Mrs. Mary Johnson, Grand Forks Mr. and Mrs. James Frovarp and sons, Dennis and Robert, of Red Lake Falls, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lien, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Rustebakke, all of McCanna. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McLauchlin Minneapolis; Mrs. Art Anderson and Carol, of Union, Olga and Hel- mer Frovarp of Edinburg, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Axvig of Hoople. Percy Walstad was toastmaster I Cram Mrs Carl Hankey Sr Mrs for the evening and Paul Meberg ,  ' - .. " ' " i "er Ro-, ;uawrence wilkes Ruth and Char-: +;:2 P;:mas;:ker 3;'i'r+Gust:ffson h, tte Wright, Mrs.' Norman lsaacson, o, + P , g m n seven- ' Nora Ronssm. Men: J. C. Kenney minute talk on "The Grand Coulee Dam". Five minute talks were given Mrs. Leonard Hanson, Mrs. Louis Zimmer, Mrs. J. J. Rengle, Mrs. Don Henley, Mrs. Harold Rohn, Mrs. Harry O'Brh,n. Mrs. John and Frank Meters. Bena, Mrs. Floyd Wooldrid?;e. Men: March: Mrs. Tim Vavrosky Sr.,iStanlev Svir and Loren Mahrer. chairman, Mrs. Bert Hardy, co- I June: Adele Itankey, chairman, chairman: Mrs. Carl Dahl, Mrs. We1- ] Mrs. Carl tIankay Jl'., co-chairman; - ............................................... 7-- [ Mrs Henry Schufletowski, Mrs. CHERRY PIE CONTEST HAS James O'Regan. Mrs. Frank Dob- PARK RIVER FLAVOR meier, Mrs. Kenneth Von Rueden, - txo -rize wi " - -i .. ]Dorothy Bena Mrs Elmer Kotaska, lne ' p " nnlngpes in the  " ' " ' n ta*e cherr- -ie makin- con-- - . , Mary Miner, Mary M,ddendorf. Me : t . - f p . ; -.rest at i Charley O'Brien and Peter Snaza. Grana OrKS aturaay aennitely ......... ,  ..a; h -a  Park River flavor t duly: vtrs. vlarwn utoeg, aau.*- a u  , +- " ]burg, chairman, Mrs. Felix Kertz, lsancy bwayne oI argo winner ' ' Edinburg, co-chairman. Mrs. Henry of first place is a granddaughter of Gehrke Mrs Myron Dahlgren, Mrs by John Flatcn on "Lookin With the toastmaster" and by Gordon Ramsey on "Rabies". Harvey Tallaekson was master evaluator. Lee Neste was topic eva- ]uator a,d speech evaluators includ- ed Ronnie Hagen, Dean Millez nd Earl Gaarder. Thirteen members at- tended the dinner meeting which was called to order by President Paul Meberg in the Lutheran church basement. Have Sewing Lesson A sewing lesson on making rnen's shirts featured the regular meeting of the Twilight Homemakers club Jan. 4 at the Clifford Johnson home. The lesson was given by Mrs. Clif- ford Johnson and Mrs. Ivan Berg. Mrs. Victor Saude received the punctuality prize. Lunch was served by the hostess. CARD OF THANKS We take this means ot expressing our sincere thanks to all who as- sisted us during the funeral of our beloved wife and mother. Especial- ly do we thank Rev. Oliver John- son for his kind words. Mrs. Victor Johnson, Mrs. Christ Midgarden and Mrs. Chester Thompson for the music. Ole Ingulsrud, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McGilles and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frovarp and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Frovarp and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Frovm'p and family. House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson are Mrs. Frank John- son; Grand Forks and Mrs. Inga O1- son, Bagley, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Olsen and sons, Milton and Robert, spent Sun- day in Grafton at the John Collins home. TEN CENT SALE Campbells TOMATO SOUP ' each I0 Schilling Grouted , BLACK PEPPER IV= z 10c Tru Vu Great Northern BEANS Ib 10 NORTHERN NAPKINS ......... 80 for 10 FRENCH'S MUSTARD ___:: .... 6 oz jar 10 Old Grimes PORK & BEANS ' : 300 can 10 MAINE OIL SARDINIS 10 Arm and Hammer BAKING SODA 10 Morton's Iodized or Regular SALT 10c Butterscotch, Chocolate, Vanilla or Cocoanut Creme JELLO INSTANT PUDDING ...... pkg. 10c CHORE GIRLS __ each 10 Your Choice GUM .......................... 3 for 10c FRESH FROZEN FOOD Snow Crop GRAPE JUICE ................ 2 cans 45 Ore-Ida Shredded POTATO PATTIES 2 for 37 w00e00uy EGGS MEATS " .... G.H. Walker of this city and a niece of Mrs. George Williams. Second place winner was Donna Morstad, daughter of Mrs. Stanley Hajicek of Park River. Miss Swayne, whose mother is the former Vera Walker, of this place, will go to Chicago February 21 to take part in the national bake-off. IAMED BANK PRESIDENT Lawrence W. Mauritson, brother of Garfield J'. Mauritson of Park River, was named president of the First National Bank in Moorhead, accordinff to a press release from that city. He had been with the firm since 19113. Before that he had been associated with banks at Shel- ly, Minn., Grafton and Drake, N. D. HOSPITAL NEWS NOTES A boy was born Jan. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ford, Park River. Surgical patients: Steven Gordon and Arden Burbidge, Park River. Medical patients: Mrs. Ambrose Spoonland, Park River, Mary Mid- dendorf and Mrs. O. H. Olson, city. Concordia Pastor to Preach At Edinburg Churches Dr. Larson of Concordia College will preach the sermons Sunday, Jan. 15, in services at the Trinity and Odalen Lutheran churches. The worship service at Trinity Lutheran church is set for 9:30 a.m. and the service at Odalen is scheduled for [ 11:10 a.m. Richard Geary, Mrs. Kenneth Tan- ke, Mrs. Vernon Vigen, Mrs. Otto Dvorak, Mrs. L. A. Vaudrin, all of Adams; Mrs. M. C. Flaten, Mrs. Ai N. Flaten, Mrs. D. E. Johansen, Mrs. Morris Odden, Mrs. Lester ,Jasmer, all of Edinburg. Men: RonMd Va- vrosky and Ernest Kotaska. August: Mrs. Bert Phelps, chair- man, Mrs. Elmer Jergenson, . co- chairman. Mrs. Jack Cornelli, Mrs. Margaret Jacobson Mrs. duel Den, Mrs. Dennis Cole, Mrs. Joe Dub Sr., Mrs. William Delvo, Mrs. Harold Dougherty, Mrs. John Bures and Anton Ochs. September: Mrs. Alphonse Schild- berger, chairman; Mrs. Arthur Meagher, co-chairman; Mrs. Tim Vavrosky Jr., Mrs. Philip Capouch, Mrs. H. D. Long, Mrs. Joe Fall, Hel- en Connor, Mrs. Mahlon Gregorie, Mrs. David Jenny, Mrs. Norman McPhersen and Murry King. October: Mrs. Eugene Kelner, chairman, Mrs. Tony Budish, co- chairman; Mrs. Gerald Dobmeier, Mrs. Bill O'Brien, Mrs. Orville Sim- ons, Mrs. Ed Korynta, Mrs. Henry Staven, Mrs. Clayton Cudmore, Mrs. Tony Novak, Mrs. Stanley Svir. Men: Lawrence Vandal and Andrew Novak. November: Mrs. Jerry Smazik. chairman, Mrs. Adolph Sobolik, co- chairman; Mrs. Jay Penas, Mrs. Felix Budish, Mrs. Joe Kowalski, Mrs. Rudolph Hajicek, Mrs. Harold Garnaas, Mrs. Richard Caswe11, Mrs. Jim Hajicek, Mrs. Frances White and W. L. Dougherty. December: Mrs. L. J. Hankey, chairman, Mrs. Clair C]emetsqn, co; chairman: Mrs. Clara Paur, Mrs. Joe Valse, Mrs. Frank Kachena, Mrs. Rudolph Dub, Mrs. D. A. Ram- sey, Mrs. Joe Dub Jr., Mrs. Henry Kelly, Mary Meier and J. L. Monta- gue. January, 1957: Mrs. Paul Hankey, chairman, Mrs. Inez laap, co-chair- man; Mrs. Dale Roalstad, Mrs. Lam- bert Svir, Mrs. Charles Schufle- towski, Mrs. Marvin Sorenson, Mrs. Frank Swehla, Mrs. Ben Tupa, Mrs. Joe Capouch, Mrs. G. Oppeboen and Les Kelly. January 12-13 14 Flav-r-Pac, Sliced STRAWBERRIES .......... 12 oz 2 for 59 Chicken of the Sea TONITE FRI. SAT. TUNA PIES 2 for 59 MEATS g00-g tll, Ready to Eat PICNICS Ib 29c Armours Pork Link SAUSAGE Ib 49 Semi Boneless PORK ROAST .................... Ib 33c FRESH SIDE PORK Ib 35c Fruits & Vegetables SUN. MON. Flordia Pineapple JAN. ORANGES .................... 2 doz. 75 Jumbo SUNDAY HEAD LETTUCE ................ 2 for 39c CELLO RADISHES 2 bags 25 - .... Winesaps 20 Ib box APPLE; $2.54 ........ WE GIVES & 'H GREEN STAMPS m m.r LOCKERS ' GROCERIES + /