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PAGE SIX At the Churches iT. PETER EPISCOPAL Morning worahlp at 9:45. Rev. S. A. Glasgow, rector FEDERATED CHDtCH Service Sunday, 11 a.m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Rev. Owens will speak. BETHEL BAPTIST Henry A. Bober, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Classes for all ages, Morning worship at II a. m. Youth Evangelistic service 7:45. Midweek prayer and Bible study each Wednesday at 8 p. m. in the church. All welcome. ST, MARY'B CATHOLIC Masses Sundays during the win- ter at 9 a m. and 10:30 a. m. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Rev. J. J. O'Meaxa, pastor ZION LUTHERAN" CHURCH Thurs. 7:30, Choir practice at the Chris Midgarden home. Friday, 4:30 Jr. confirmants meet at the Walstad school Sat. 9 a. m. St. conftrmants meet same place. Sun. Jan. 15, 9:30 worship service. 10:30 Sunday school. LCR at 2:30, Tues. Jan. 17, 1:30, Annual meet- ing of the congregation. South Trinity: Sunday, Jan. 15, 10 a. m. Sunday school 11 o'clock wor- ship service. 7:30. Family Night. Monday, Jan. 16:1:30 annual meeting of the congregation. Wed- nesday, Jan. 18, 4:30 to 5:45 Jr and Sr confirmants meet. 7:30, choir practice. Oliver E. Johnson, pastor PARK RIVER LUTHERAN Parish Sunday: Parish worship services at Our Saviour's at 9:30 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Sermon theme, "The Name of Jesus." Our Saviour's: Thursday: (today) The Ladies Aid will meet at 2:30 p.m. The Carol choir rehearses at 3:30 p.m., the Jr. Choir is at 7 p.m. and the Sr. Choir is at 8 p.m. Sunday: The Sunday School will meet at 10:45 a.m. The Adult Class for Membership will meet at 3 p.m, Tuesday Circle No. 1 meets at 2:30 p.m. Circle No. 2 meets at 2:30 at Ted Hanson's. The Board of Trustees will meet to organize at 8 p.m, in the Fellowship Room, Wednesday The Jr, L. D, R. meets for supper at 5:30 p.m, The Sunday School teachers and officers will meet at 8 pro. Golden: Friday: The Ladies Aid will meet at the Golden Church at 230 p.m, Sunday: The Luther League meets at the church at 8 p.m. Leonard E. Smestad, Pastor HOOPLE CHURCH NEWS Rev. James R. Sonnenberg, pastor First Lutheran: Service 9:30 a, m. Sunday school 10:45. Wednesday: Sr, League will meet at the church at 7:30 p.m. Thursday evenings: The Girls Chor- us will meet at 7 p.m. Saturday: Sr. Confirmation class meets at 9 a.m. Jr. Confirmation class meets at 10:30 a.m. Park Center: Sunday School 10 a.m. Service (Jan. 15) 11 a.m. Thursday Afternoon: The ladies aid will meet at 2:30 p.m. The new officers will be installe Mrs. Ham- ilton Berg and Mrs. Clarence John- son will serve. Friday After School: Jr. Confir- mation class will meet for their next issue on Jan, 20 at the Hamil- ton Berg home about 4:15 p. n They will meet every other Friday. Hvideso: Sunday School i0 a.m, Divine Worship (Jan, 22) 11 a.m, Saturday: Sr. Confirmation class meets at 9 a.m. Jr. Confirmation class meets at 10:30 a.m. For the Parish: No confirmation classes on Saturday. EDINGURG FREE CHURCH Garfield: Worship Jan. 15 at 2:30 together with Luther League. Note the change in time. Bible Study every Wednesday evening. St. Peter Ladies' Aid Thursday, Jan. 12, at the parsonage at 2:30. Bible Study every Wednesday eve- ning. No confirmation class this Saturday, Jan. 14. Aadalen: No services this week. Hitterdal: Worship Jan. 15 at 11. Please note the change in time. L. B. Underbakke, Pastor Adams Launches $200,000 Sewer, Watemorks Plan A sanitary sewer and waterworks project with sewer and water mains is being undertaken by Adams vil- lage. Cost of the project is estimated at about $200,000. Bids on part of the improvements will be opened at 2 p.m. Jan. 23. at the Village Hall. The Village Board of trustees passed a resolution of necessity Dec. 15 and has advertised for bids. Plans for the waterworks im- provements were initiated following the discovery of a good source of water supply near town on George Berntson's land. Before the project can be given a definite go-ahead, checks will be made to determine whether the source of water is big enough to provide the town with a constant supply for future, according to Roy Neste, Park River attorney who is serving as legal consultant. The waterworks and sewer sys- tem will include a wellhouse, 50,000 gallon overhead water storage tank and tower, water mains, sewage lagoon and lift station. Bids will be opened Jan. 23 on pipe, the lift sta- tion. gate valves, hydrants, corpor- ation cocks and curb stops, the wa- ter tank and a water supply pump. The project will be financed by the sale of general obligation and revenue bonds. In turn. the loans will be paid off by general taxes and special assessments and by sew- er and water service charges. A boy was born Jan. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kotter (Rosemary Rengle) at Superior, Wis,, according to word received by Mrs. Kotter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rengle, Park River. THE BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA STATEMENT OF CONDITION DECEMBER 31, 1955 RESOURCU Cald] and Due Ik'om Bauh ........ U. S. Government 5ecuriUu ....... 0bligaUoas of other Federal aeDcle8 .................... ,,,,, and MunlelpM Securitiu .... Bills Keeelvable: Other Loans and Certiflcatu .... $ 10$J F H A Loans .................... IJktU$1 Farmers Home Adnflnistratl Loans .......................... |X/8,616J G. 1. Lmms ......................  .......... LN ,, l' ..... t.eo This Bank is owned, operated and controllod I 'lo State of Hortb Dakota under the Shpervtston of The Industrial Commtsstoa iNDUSTRIAL COMMISSION Nomman Brunsdale, Chairman Leslie R, Burgum Governor Attorney General Math DaM 0ommbmiuner of AgrMuRure Isabelle 8clzloss sad [,81 Sem'eta EL 0. Bowers -- Mmmge .... Bu "Dot Maid" FIor WALSH COUNTY  PARK  NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1990 Reports on National 4-H Congress Trip By Mrs. Joyce Fritzler Co. Home Agent A few weeks ago a Walsh County 4-H girl was awarded a trip to the National 4-H Club Congress in Chi- cago for winning the State Leader- hip Award. Virginia Kenney of Park River, member of the Golden Seamstress 4-H club received the trip award as a result of the good 4-H club work she has done. Fol- lowing is part of a report Virginia submitted after her trip. 1 thought you might enjoy reading about her impressions of the trip to the 4-H Club Congress in Chicago. "For three years I had been work- ing and hoping that someday 1 ould have the good fortune to at- tend this convention of 4-H mem- bers. A last my goal had been ob- tained. 'Tor me Club Congress started when I met the rest of the North Dakoa delegations on the train at Minneapolis Friday evening, Nov. 25. The next morning we woke up in Chicago and, after eating a breakfast which was waiting for us at the train depot, we checked into the Conrad Hilton Hotel. '"From that time on we were kept Lankin News By Catherine Matejcek Mr. and Mrs. Dorn Sticka and Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sticka and family were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sticka, New Years day. oOo Judy Mae spent her Christmas vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rueban Carlson. Betty Shereck, a student at the Mayville State Teachers college spent her Christmas vacation at her parental home, Mr. and Mrs. Laddie Shereck. Mrs. Helen Hanson and family spent a week visiting with relatives at Binford. Mr. and Mrs. Rueban Carlson were callers in Grafton Saturday, Jan. 7. Donald Johnson spent  two-week vacation at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Johnson. Mr, and Mrs. 1 F. Matejcek, Catherine, Joan and Mary Lou were callers in Whitman Wednesday where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Matejcek. Sherry Swartz visited With Saf- dra Rose a few days of last week. Mark Swartz of Edinburg spent several days visiting at the Bill Swartz home. busy attending various breakfasts, luncheons, and dinners, special 4-H showings of the WLS Barn Dance, the Chicago "Pop" symphony, Cin- erama Holiday, tours of the city, Museum of Science and Industry, Museum of National History, the International Livestock Exhibition, and the John B. Clark Friendship Party. There was also the spiritual side to Club Congress as was shown at special services of the Central Church and the Sunday Evening Club. "Some of the sponsors of these events include the Firestone Tire and Rubber Co., International Har- vestor, Thos. E. Wilson Co., Sears- Roebuck Foundation. Montgomery Ward, National Livestock Producers Association, Ford Motor Co., Curtis Candy Co., U. S. Rubber Co., Gen- eral Motors Corp., and the National Committee on Boys and Girls Club Work. "However, the things which im- pressed me most about our wonder- ful week at the 4-H Club Congress were the contacts and views shared with other 4-H members from all J over the United States and the other countries represented at Congress. In the words of a boy from Louisi- ana, "If people from other parts of the country would come together and cooperate as has been shown here at Congress, we would have a better country to live in." "Even though at times we were separated by singing sectional songs such as "Dixie" and "Yankee Dodle", we were really one in spirit as when we sang the "The Ploughing Song", "America", or "Battle Hymn of the Republic." "Many people commented about the 4-H group at Club Congress, saying what a fine organization they think it is. There was one such person whom I will never forget. While lining up to enter the arena of the International Livestock Ex- hibition for our 4-H Parade. an old man came up beside me. His cloth- ing was ragged, and he kept mutter- ing to himself. Suddenly he turned to me and said. "You know, this is the greatest bunch of young girls and boys that I have ever seen--so clean cut." There were tears in his eyes as he turned to go. "Needless to say, I feel exactly this way about the 4-H organiza- tion. I only wish that every girl and boy in America and other coun- tries had the opportunity to attend the National 4-H Club Congress. This was the most wonderful week of my entire life and. I think, the most worthwhile." I "Missing" Adams Pilot Lands Safely An Adams airplane and its pilot overdue, radio stations were reported "missing" Friday early Friday that he was missing t but only for a few hours. James Skyrud had been visiting in Florida and Kansas and was re- ported missing on a flight from Watertown, S. D., to Grafton. He took off in his light plane from the Watertown airport about 4 p.m. Thursday and put down at Sisseton, S. D., because of bad weather. However, it was not known that he had landed and when he was the flighk A few minute flashes reported him safe, after hearing a radio report that ] was missing, he phoned the Air Patrol headquarters at and reported his whereabouts. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Dahl granddaughter, Sandra were guests at the Carl home in Grafton Jan. 4. Tdg d rip FROM @$ And score with these guaranteed ready-to-go bargains '52 PONTIAC 4-DOOR '52 Ford V-8 Tudor '51 Ford Coupe, 5.pass. '50 FORD FORDOR '52 CHEV TUDOR '53 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER '54 PONTIAC FORDOR Tractors '49 IHC MODEL M "42 IHC MODEL M "50 IHC MODEL H '52 MASSEY HARRIS 44 '43 IHC MODEL H '50 OLIVER 88 '43 OLIVER 70 SEE US FOR NEW AND USED GRAIN DRILLS Silliman Implement Park River, N.D. Dial 36691 "l00e 9ot roon00 for 9 of us" Chevrolet offers you a choice of six sprightly new station wagons including two new 9-passenger THE HOT ONES models--all with beautiful Body by Fisher, all with plenty of cargo space, all with new horsepower ranging up to a hot 205! Here's a zippy, exciting kind of power that's fun to handle. And the closest thing to sports car perform- ance--split-second steering reaction and the knack of holding fast around curves--that you'll find in a full-size automobile. Seat belts, with or without shoulder harness, and instrument panel padding, are optional at extra cost. Safety door latches and directional signals are standard. Come in soon and drive a real road car! f EVEN HO'ITER "Two-Ten" Fand!rman-- 2 Doors, 6 pmngem i_iiiiiiii! Bel Air Nomad-- 2 Doors, 6 Passengers "O.o-Flfty" Hndyman-- 2 Doors, 6 Passengers *'Two-Ten" Townsmon-- 4 Doors, 6 Passengers LKRSON CHEVROL00'00' PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA / PAGE SIX At the Churches iT. PETER EPISCOPAL Morning worahlp at 9:45. Rev. S. A. Glasgow, rector FEDERATED CHDtCH Service Sunday, 11 a.m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Rev. Owens will speak. BETHEL BAPTIST Henry A. Bober, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Classes for all ages, Morning worship at II a. m. Youth Evangelistic service 7:45. Midweek prayer and Bible study each Wednesday at 8 p. m. in the church. All welcome. ST, MARY'B CATHOLIC Masses Sundays during the win- ter at 9 a m. and 10:30 a. m. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Rev. J. J. O'Meaxa, pastor ZION LUTHERAN" CHURCH Thurs. 7:30, Choir practice at the Chris Midgarden home. Friday, 4:30 Jr. confirmants meet at the Walstad school Sat. 9 a. m. St. conftrmants meet same place. Sun. Jan. 15, 9:30 worship service. 10:30 Sunday school. LCR at 2:30, Tues. Jan. 17, 1:30, Annual meet- ing of the congregation. South Trinity: Sunday, Jan. 15, 10 a. m. Sunday school 11 o'clock wor- ship service. 7:30. Family Night. Monday, Jan. 16:1:30 annual meeting of the congregation. Wed- nesday, Jan. 18, 4:30 to 5:45 Jr and Sr confirmants meet. 7:30, choir practice. Oliver E. Johnson, pastor PARK RIVER LUTHERAN Parish Sunday: Parish worship services at Our Saviour's at 9:30 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Sermon theme, "The Name of Jesus." Our Saviour's: Thursday: (today) The Ladies Aid will meet at 2:30 p.m. The Carol choir rehearses at 3:30 p.m., the Jr. Choir is at 7 p.m. and the Sr. Choir is at 8 p.m. Sunday: The Sunday School will meet at 10:45 a.m. The Adult Class for Membership will meet at 3 p.m, Tuesday Circle No. 1 meets at 2:30 p.m. Circle No. 2 meets at 2:30 at Ted Hanson's. The Board of Trustees will meet to organize at 8 p.m, in the Fellowship Room, Wednesday The Jr, L. D, R. meets for supper at 5:30 p.m, The Sunday School teachers and officers will meet at 8 pro. Golden: Friday: The Ladies Aid will meet at the Golden Church at 230 p.m, Sunday: The Luther League meets at the church at 8 p.m. Leonard E. Smestad, Pastor HOOPLE CHURCH NEWS Rev. James R. Sonnenberg, pastor First Lutheran: Service 9:30 a, m. Sunday school 10:45. Wednesday: Sr, League will meet at the church at 7:30 p.m. Thursday evenings: The Girls Chor- us will meet at 7 p.m. Saturday: Sr. Confirmation class meets at 9 a.m. Jr. Confirmation class meets at 10:30 a.m. Park Center: Sunday School 10 a.m. Service (Jan. 15) 11 a.m. Thursday Afternoon: The ladies aid will meet at 2:30 p.m. The new officers will be installe Mrs. Ham- ilton Berg and Mrs. Clarence John- son will serve. Friday After School: Jr. Confir- mation class will meet for their next issue on Jan, 20 at the Hamil- ton Berg home about 4:15 p. n They will meet every other Friday. Hvideso: Sunday School i0 a.m, Divine Worship (Jan, 22) 11 a.m, Saturday: Sr. Confirmation class meets at 9 a.m. Jr. Confirmation class meets at 10:30 a.m. For the Parish: No confirmation classes on Saturday. EDINGURG FREE CHURCH Garfield: Worship Jan. 15 at 2:30 together with Luther League. Note the change in time. Bible Study every Wednesday evening. St. Peter Ladies' Aid Thursday, Jan. 12, at the parsonage at 2:30. Bible Study every Wednesday eve- ning. No confirmation class this Saturday, Jan. 14. Aadalen: No services this week. Hitterdal: Worship Jan. 15 at 11. Please note the change in time. L. B. Underbakke, Pastor Adams Launches $200,000 Sewer, Watemorks Plan A sanitary sewer and waterworks project with sewer and water mains is being undertaken by Adams vil- lage. Cost of the project is estimated at about $200,000. Bids on part of the improvements will be opened at 2 p.m. Jan. 23. at the Village Hall. The Village Board of trustees passed a resolution of necessity Dec. 15 and has advertised for bids. Plans for the waterworks im- provements were initiated following the discovery of a good source of water supply near town on George Berntson's land. Before the project can be given a definite go-ahead, checks will be made to determine whether the source of water is big enough to provide the town with a constant supply for future, according to Roy Neste, Park River attorney who is serving as legal consultant. The waterworks and sewer sys- tem will include a wellhouse, 50,000 gallon overhead water storage tank and tower, water mains, sewage lagoon and lift station. Bids will be opened Jan. 23 on pipe, the lift sta- tion. gate valves, hydrants, corpor- ation cocks and curb stops, the wa- ter tank and a water supply pump. The project will be financed by the sale of general obligation and revenue bonds. In turn. the loans will be paid off by general taxes and special assessments and by sew- er and water service charges. A boy was born Jan. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kotter (Rosemary Rengle) at Superior, Wis,, according to word received by Mrs. Kotter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rengle, Park River. THE BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA STATEMENT OF CONDITION DECEMBER 31, 1955 RESOURCU Cald] and Due Ik'om Bauh ........ U. S. Government 5ecuriUu ....... 0bligaUoas of other Federal aeDcle8 .................... ,,,,, and MunlelpM Securitiu .... Bills Keeelvable: Other Loans and Certiflcatu .... $ 10$J F H A Loans .................... IJktU$1 Farmers Home Adnflnistratl Loans .......................... |X/8,616J G. 1. Lmms ......................  .......... LN ,, l' ..... t.eo This Bank is owned, operated and controllod I 'lo State of Hortb Dakota under the Shpervtston of The Industrial Commtsstoa iNDUSTRIAL COMMISSION Nomman Brunsdale, Chairman Leslie R, Burgum Governor Attorney General Math DaM 0ommbmiuner of AgrMuRure Isabelle 8clzloss sad [,81 Sem'eta EL 0. Bowers -- Mmmge .... Bu "Dot Maid" FIor WALSH COUNTY  PARK  NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1990 Reports on National 4-H Congress Trip By Mrs. Joyce Fritzler Co. Home Agent A few weeks ago a Walsh County 4-H girl was awarded a trip to the National 4-H Club Congress in Chi- cago for winning the State Leader- hip Award. Virginia Kenney of Park River, member of the Golden Seamstress 4-H club received the trip award as a result of the good 4-H club work she has done. Fol- lowing is part of a report Virginia submitted after her trip. 1 thought you might enjoy reading about her impressions of the trip to the 4-H Club Congress in Chicago. "For three years I had been work- ing and hoping that someday 1 ould have the good fortune to at- tend this convention of 4-H mem- bers. A last my goal had been ob- tained. 'Tor me Club Congress started when I met the rest of the North Dakoa delegations on the train at Minneapolis Friday evening, Nov. 25. The next morning we woke up in Chicago and, after eating a breakfast which was waiting for us at the train depot, we checked into the Conrad Hilton Hotel. '"From that time on we were kept Lankin News By Catherine Matejcek Mr. and Mrs. Dorn Sticka and Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sticka and family were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sticka, New Years day. oOo Judy Mae spent her Christmas vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rueban Carlson. Betty Shereck, a student at the Mayville State Teachers college spent her Christmas vacation at her parental home, Mr. and Mrs. Laddie Shereck. Mrs. Helen Hanson and family spent a week visiting with relatives at Binford. Mr. and Mrs. Rueban Carlson were callers in Grafton Saturday, Jan. 7. Donald Johnson spent  two-week vacation at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Johnson. Mr, and Mrs. 1 F. Matejcek, Catherine, Joan and Mary Lou were callers in Whitman Wednesday where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Matejcek. Sherry Swartz visited With Saf- dra Rose a few days of last week. Mark Swartz of Edinburg spent several days visiting at the Bill Swartz home. busy attending various breakfasts, luncheons, and dinners, special 4-H showings of the WLS Barn Dance, the Chicago "Pop" symphony, Cin- erama Holiday, tours of the city, Museum of Science and Industry, Museum of National History, the International Livestock Exhibition, and the John B. Clark Friendship Party. There was also the spiritual side to Club Congress as was shown at special services of the Central Church and the Sunday Evening Club. "Some of the sponsors of these events include the Firestone Tire and Rubber Co., International Har- vestor, Thos. E. Wilson Co., Sears- Roebuck Foundation. Montgomery Ward, National Livestock Producers Association, Ford Motor Co., Curtis Candy Co., U. S. Rubber Co., Gen- eral Motors Corp., and the National Committee on Boys and Girls Club Work. "However, the things which im- pressed me most about our wonder- ful week at the 4-H Club Congress were the contacts and views shared with other 4-H members from all J over the United States and the other countries represented at Congress. In the words of a boy from Louisi- ana, "If people from other parts of the country would come together and cooperate as has been shown here at Congress, we would have a better country to live in." "Even though at times we were separated by singing sectional songs such as "Dixie" and "Yankee Dodle", we were really one in spirit as when we sang the "The Ploughing Song", "America", or "Battle Hymn of the Republic." "Many people commented about the 4-H group at Club Congress, saying what a fine organization they think it is. There was one such person whom I will never forget. While lining up to enter the arena of the International Livestock Ex- hibition for our 4-H Parade. an old man came up beside me. His cloth- ing was ragged, and he kept mutter- ing to himself. Suddenly he turned to me and said. "You know, this is the greatest bunch of young girls and boys that I have ever seen--so clean cut." There were tears in his eyes as he turned to go. "Needless to say, I feel exactly this way about the 4-H organiza- tion. I only wish that every girl and boy in America and other coun- tries had the opportunity to attend the National 4-H Club Congress. This was the most wonderful week of my entire life and. I think, the most worthwhile." I "Missing" Adams Pilot Lands Safely An Adams airplane and its pilot overdue, radio stations were reported "missing" Friday early Friday that he was missing t but only for a few hours. James Skyrud had been visiting in Florida and Kansas and was re- ported missing on a flight from Watertown, S. D., to Grafton. He took off in his light plane from the Watertown airport about 4 p.m. Thursday and put down at Sisseton, S. D., because of bad weather. However, it was not known that he had landed and when he was the flighk A few minute flashes reported him safe, after hearing a radio report that ] was missing, he phoned the Air Patrol headquarters at and reported his whereabouts. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Dahl granddaughter, Sandra were guests at the Carl home in Grafton Jan. 4. Tdg d rip FROM @$ And score with these guaranteed ready-to-go bargains '52 PONTIAC 4-DOOR '52 Ford V-8 Tudor '51 Ford Coupe, 5.pass. '50 FORD FORDOR '52 CHEV TUDOR '53 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER '54 PONTIAC FORDOR Tractors '49 IHC MODEL M "42 IHC MODEL M "50 IHC MODEL H '52 MASSEY HARRIS 44 '43 IHC MODEL H '50 OLIVER 88 '43 OLIVER 70 SEE US FOR NEW AND USED GRAIN DRILLS Silliman Implement Park River, N.D. Dial 36691 "l00e 9ot roon00 for 9 of us" Chevrolet offers you a choice of six sprightly new station wagons including two new 9-passenger THE HOT ONES models--all with beautiful Body by Fisher, all with plenty of cargo space, all with new horsepower ranging up to a hot 205! Here's a zippy, exciting kind of power that's fun to handle. And the closest thing to sports car perform- ance--split-second steering reaction and the knack of holding fast around curves--that you'll find in a full-size automobile. Seat belts, with or without shoulder harness, and instrument panel padding, are optional at extra cost. Safety door latches and directional signals are standard. Come in soon and drive a real road car! f EVEN HO'ITER "Two-Ten" Fand!rman-- 2 Doors, 6 pmngem i_iiiiiiii! Bel Air Nomad-- 2 Doors, 6 Passengers "O.o-Flfty" Hndyman-- 2 Doors, 6 Passengers *'Two-Ten" Townsmon-- 4 Doors, 6 Passengers LKRSON CHEVROL00'00' PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA /