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V .......   , ,i :i:,::!i 'I  '  i!i'i!!iiiii, )!i :iiii  i:i ii .... }  , .... , ,, _ III I i [ I lJJ I I ' I II IIIII II I I I I I [ il g A n 1 m ILk  A n 61 the  seat." G'een credits the avaricious mob at the county seat |....Ai i ==L .... I "J urg i"-an'zes for Year 0 n v It i 0 i g r of A. B00l, to our and LOBEI LUtflurilfl Rig | Aslakson, MelVin, CoRlna and wants tn political matters." By MI Harry Orien | Hanson  their push and enter-  The ladies aid of Our Saviour's Today's newspaper probably wil1sP:rve2n,ubeha: +tefalrra a,nd/r News Items: "John Melville d!ed Lutheran church has organized for not be of much interest tomorrow,  _ .X _ _. " -,, ... at the ripe old age of 78 and Jars 1956 with -o woad. DA .... : but ken it  ,w v,, n, it will grounas m FarK lve we e vlm- funeral was held from the new ..... . . . Ii v-,:, "-"::. ':''=-:,i:-" out a doubt, the best arranged west Bantist church in Park PAver and neaamg the group as presiaen o :i -':-',-- : ..........  ...... '*" of Fargo" The Park PAver Silver .-ri- w-- i- Wensin"*^n cemete '" the general aid Mrs Jay Lewis is ,u ms o any newspaper are a _ . ...... u  , u , s -. . " " fund of information about the com orne band naa provtaea musm The price of wheat remains at 75c wee president, Mrs. Fred Silliman Oscar Berg, Olaf Brandt, Jay Lewis, Gilbert Lee, C. E. Lien Jr., Eugene Loftsgard, Jake Maier, Elmer Stav- eD and G. N. Veralrud. Mrs. J. O. Severson is president of Circle No. 5 which meets on the third Tuesday o the month. Mrs. Harvey Loftsgsrd is vice president, Mrs. Margaret Smith, secretary and treasurer. Other members are Mes- dames Sig Engh, Jerome Kinsala, munity in which it is published that generously for the festival and re- School will open October 19. The secretary and Mrs. Martin Severson can not be found anywhere else. ceived high praise from Mr. Green. seats arrived Thursday and will be treasurer. The membership is divid- A newspaper regards its files among " put in the Catherwood building. O. ed into six circles which have their its most priceless assets and in the The fair premium list showed the C. Waterman lost a valuable horse own officers and hold regular meet- : larger papers they are stored in awards had been made for horses, Saturday night. George Glass is ings throughout the year. These are: i: fireproof vaults. It's a shame that cattle, sheep, poultry, grain, Vege- confined to his home because of a Willie Momerak, Louis Olson, Peel- sileh protection wasn't provided at tables, pantry stores, needlework heavy cold. Beer was 5 cents a glass Circle No. 1 meets every third The Press for twice since it was es- and fine arts. The pantry stores in- all over town yesterday. Mr. Swani- Tuesday of the month. Officers are er Pederson, Fred Silliman, Leonard thblished in 1883, have the files cluded butter, jams and jell. Cash son is building a livery sale and Mrs. Robert Flaten, president; Mrs. Smestad, Oscar Spoonland and Ber- been destroyed by fire. The last prizes of $2 each went to exhibitors 'feed stable on 4th street opposite time was in 1939. They cannot be of drat stallions. They were R. Pen- Brooks Bros. elevator. Work on the Melvin Paterson, vice president, git Thompson. Meetings for Circle No. 6 are set replaced. The State Historical So- gilly, John ttobb, J. Sheppard, T. Presbyterian church is being push- Mrs. Carl Olson, secretary and ciety at Bismarck has as complete a Tharaldson, J. Harris, T. Frazer and ed and the edifice should be in- treasurer. Otheri members are Mes- for the second Wednesday evening set of files of all publications in the G. Erickson Also in the horse div- closed soon. Mrs. A. Burr advertis- dames Netta Borgeson, Arden Bur- of the month. Mrs. Welmer Skager state as is available anywhere. For isions $2 in cash prizes for "road- ed an 8 room house with a good bidge, Theo Dahl, David Kinsala is president, Mrs. Robert Amstrup. many years the whole publication sters" went to W. Landsborough, J. cellar for sale and the Pioneer Albert Lewis, Olaf Malde, Nick vice president, Mrs. F. U. Smith. was kept intact, but in recent years B. Sanborn and J. Kohnen. Single Drug advertised all kinds of ma- Margaris, Martin Severson and secretary and treasurer. Other they are microfilmed which makes carriage horses were entered by J. chine oils for sale. Adolph Wang. members are Mesdames Vernon less of a storage space problem. Wadge and J. Bennington S.M. "k Chally, Torfin Evenson, Art Gilbert, "A" Leach carried off honors in the Four lawyers carried professional Also meeting the third Tuesday of Vernon Halvorson, Cliff Johnson, By some means---nobody knows cattle division with his Shorthorns, I cards in The Gazette. These were H. the month will be Circle No. 2, Hilma Johnson, Edmund Lunde, Just howa copy of the Park River Archie Shaw's fine wool buck and lW. Phelps, S. R. Ayers, H. A. Libby which is headed by Mrs. Leo Eng- Setness, Stanley Shaw, Lloyd Stay- Gazette dated October 16, 1885, has P. Callahan's coarse " wool lamb land James M. Holland. Doctors list- lerth as president. Mrs. Norence en. Knute Trygg and George Wid- come into our possession. It is quite placed in the sheep entries. Early led were D. Melville, J. G. Mills- Lovaasen is vice president and Mrs. Wes Samson, Victor Saude. Elmo well preserved and contatns some Rose potatoes took the awards and |paugh and Gedrge Wyld, They were Melvin Jergenson, secretary and : interesting items and names men. were entered by C. Ames, D. Mc- !all physicians and surgeons. Dr. G. tioned in the news articles are still Lead,, Fred Honey, John Nicklin, A. W. Hohler was the veterinarian, treasurer. Other members are Mes- me. familiar in Park River today. The Hugins and Allen Hoople. Crazy George Diebel advertised his estab- dames Ernie Berger, Art Erovick, MRS. JERGENSON HEADS masthead bears the name of W. D. and pieced quilts, knit stockings lishment "The Northwestern Sam- Theo. Hanson, C. E. Lien Sr., Alvin CEMETERY AUXILIARY Bates as editor and since North Da- and mittens, pillow charms and ple Room" where the finest brands Lovaasen, Thorleif Moe, Esther ]ota was not yet a state in ]885 shams, embroidery and crocheting of wines, liquor and cigars could be Monson, E. C. Olson, Fridjon Thor- Mrs. Melvin Jergenson was elect- the address is listed as Park River, were in the women's division. En- obtained. David Beecher was presi- leifson and Miss Clara Askim. ed president of the local Cemetery Auxiliary whent the group met at Dakota. Occasionally it was shown tries were made by Mr s. D. G. Mc- dent and Sidney Clarke was cashier Circle No. 3 has chosen the first the Federated church Tuesday al- as ]ota Territory or abbreviated Kay. Kate. Edith and Minnie HoD- of the Prk River Bank. Oscar Tro- "D. T." The paper was published ey, Miss McKenzie, Miss L. Cather- vatted operated a billiard parlor & Tuesday for the regular meetings, ternoon. The Presbyterian women every Friday mornin and the price wood, Lottle Rut]edge, Maude Mc- saloon. The St. Paul Store, owned Mrs. Oscar Severson is president, were the hostesses. was $2 per rer. An |nterestin ob- Ewan and Mrs. Millspaugh. by T. Hanson & Co., advertised it- Mrs. Lynn Hanson, vice president, Mrs. John A. Ferguson was nam- servation is that the nresent sub- "k self as "the leading dry goods and Mrs. Homer LuckeD, secretary and ed vice president, Mrs. Robert scrirtion prc of The Press. $250 a An editorial in the paper dealt at grocery house in Walsh County." t treasurer Other members are Mes- Parka was re-elected secretary and year, went no effect abduct 1935 length with the forthcoming elec- McEwan & Dougherty sold Ames dames Joe Charon, Eddie Clemet- Miss Elsie Catherwood, was reelect- only one increase in price in 70 tion of county commissisoner and Engines and thrashers and Maline i son, James HaggeD, Oscar Johnson, ed treasurer. years! obviously favored Lyman Brandt of plows as well as Jackson and Daisy i Emil Kjelland, Harry Landsborough, k- the 4th district and Mr. Code, 3rd wagons, buggies and cutters. The Mrs. John A. Ferguson, president The Walsh C0untv Agricultural i district as candidates. Here's a Robertson Lumber Co., announced Enoch Larson. Russell Lien, William presided for the business meeting. they had a Norwegian salesman to Skjerven Sr., Melvin Veralrud and Mrs. Will McEachern, Mrs. D. D. Society's fall fair had just been luote: "It :is said on, good authority held in October, 1885 and a full ac- hat one or two worn out politicians take care of their trade. His name Gilbert Wang. Smith and Mrs. I. E. Hansen were ii  count of it was givenby the',secre: who have.'been tried and found was O!e Paulson. Circle No. 4 is headed by Mrs. named on a committee to arrange tary, D. D. Green. It was a two-day lacklhg are trying to institute a 4 t ! Paul Meberg president and meets for plantings in the cemetery. event and 2500 persons wer report- little gueriila warfare" On Bran dt. The paper will be on display at I re,,la,, ' h ,,,,. ,. .2 ^, The Pre 2on; "ntrels:: d ii  ....................... "  ed to have,attended. Judging from Ali over the coUntY "thi is being welcom ta: d nie . the month. Mrs. Ella Cox is vice Our sale starts Thursday, Jan. 12 :: ,Mr Green scomments, Grafton also  considered erg0nal s}Mte because aSS presdent and Mrs W C Skerven - t have held a fair that year. He Mr. Brandt ias sh()wn he is not like over. North Dakota was not yet a . .. " with more than 100 dresses priced i: " said, "Those who attended the show :his predecessor in the 4th district, state and the territorial news is I is secretary and treasurer. Other to clear. Also skirts, sweaters etc. at Grafton did not hesitate to say who w/se dupe ofhe "ring" and worth reading. R imembers are Mesdames T. Bakke, The Fashion.Shop, Park River. that the Park River fair eclipsed bobbed every time one of the gan their attempt in all respects, both tflled ttie string: Now; as well as in in exhibits an d attendance. This time to come the people of this speaks well for a town only a year section are in unison upon all pub- old with only half the population of lic matters and will not allow the  NO MATTER WHERE YOU'RE GOING / You'll Want To Try ERNIE'S SAT. SPECIAL " Cup Cakes "I'm sure going to miss Ernie's Bakery." 44 doz. "Park River's Biggest Loafer ERNIE'S BAKERY Dial 22251 Park River, N. D. , ,00EN THURSDAY, JANUARY 12,, 1956 I mS m FR0C00 I Sizes: 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 14V,, 16V,, 18V,, 20%, 22V, Smartly styled Button CocCI i Dress, freshly collared and pocketed wit h accents d!: snowy white against blacki braid. Scenic print on our fine quality washfast cotton. Co[':i enn Lemon, Blue, Chartreuse. Fashion Shop Big Selection of Used Cars I II 7rcded i# o# Hew Fords -:- '50 Ford ":* :, Custom Fordor * 4. l%dio, Overdrive .. + Very Clean * 4. 4. 4, 4. '46 Jeep $ 4. i 4"wheel Drive i Fully Reconditioned New Paint '50 Pontiac Chieftain Tudor : Excellent Low Mileage One Owner Car ? '51 Lincoln 2-Tone Blue Fordor Low mileage + Premium Tires : Hydramatic Top Condition Single owner '51 Buick ":" -:- Super 4 Door ":" ":" Very Clean Car : Single Owner ' 4. e * 4- All Units Winterized And Checked For Dependable Service TERMS '50 FORD CUST(M TUDOR '$0 BUICK SPECIALTUDOR '50 CHEV TUDOR '49 PLYMOUTH TUDOR Trade Now For Top Value. For Your Old Car Truck Or Tractor Large selection of 1946 - 1947. 1948 models 00'51 Ford . '-51 Ford '45 IHC '39 Case -Ton Pickup   :  Z : Utility Box : -Ton Pickup  Model "'"' -- *or , Model "L" 4. Excellent Unit  H.D. 4-Speed Trans. ,: n "LTac :: God Rubber For Delivery Service  Sharp  With hydraulic pump  :xcellent Condition i FIRST STATE BANK BATEMAN MOTORS PARK RIVER, M.S. Bateman  Roland Bateman DfA 22721 V .......   , ,i :i:,::!i 'I  '  i!i'i!!iiiii, )!i :iiii  i:i ii .... }  , .... , ,, _ III I i [ I lJJ I I ' I II IIIII II I I I I I [ il g A n 1 m ILk  A n 61 the  seat." G'een credits the avaricious mob at the county seat |....Ai i ==L .... I "J urg i"-an'zes for Year 0 n v It i 0 i g r of A. B00l, to our and LOBEI LUtflurilfl Rig | Aslakson, MelVin, CoRlna and wants tn political matters." By MI Harry Orien | Hanson  their push and enter-  The ladies aid of Our Saviour's Today's newspaper probably wil1sP:rve2n,ubeha: +tefalrra a,nd/r News Items: "John Melville d!ed Lutheran church has organized for not be of much interest tomorrow,  _ .X _ _. " -,, ... at the ripe old age of 78 and Jars 1956 with -o woad. DA .... : but ken it  ,w v,, n, it will grounas m FarK lve we e vlm- funeral was held from the new ..... . . . Ii v-,:, "-"::. ':''=-:,i:-" out a doubt, the best arranged west Bantist church in Park PAver and neaamg the group as presiaen o :i -':-',-- : ..........  ...... '*" of Fargo" The Park PAver Silver .-ri- w-- i- Wensin"*^n cemete '" the general aid Mrs Jay Lewis is ,u ms o any newspaper are a _ . ...... u  , u , s -. . " " fund of information about the com orne band naa provtaea musm The price of wheat remains at 75c wee president, Mrs. Fred Silliman Oscar Berg, Olaf Brandt, Jay Lewis, Gilbert Lee, C. E. Lien Jr., Eugene Loftsgard, Jake Maier, Elmer Stav- eD and G. N. Veralrud. Mrs. J. O. Severson is president of Circle No. 5 which meets on the third Tuesday o the month. Mrs. Harvey Loftsgsrd is vice president, Mrs. Margaret Smith, secretary and treasurer. Other members are Mes- dames Sig Engh, Jerome Kinsala, munity in which it is published that generously for the festival and re- School will open October 19. The secretary and Mrs. Martin Severson can not be found anywhere else. ceived high praise from Mr. Green. seats arrived Thursday and will be treasurer. The membership is divid- A newspaper regards its files among " put in the Catherwood building. O. ed into six circles which have their its most priceless assets and in the The fair premium list showed the C. Waterman lost a valuable horse own officers and hold regular meet- : larger papers they are stored in awards had been made for horses, Saturday night. George Glass is ings throughout the year. These are: i: fireproof vaults. It's a shame that cattle, sheep, poultry, grain, Vege- confined to his home because of a Willie Momerak, Louis Olson, Peel- sileh protection wasn't provided at tables, pantry stores, needlework heavy cold. Beer was 5 cents a glass Circle No. 1 meets every third The Press for twice since it was es- and fine arts. The pantry stores in- all over town yesterday. Mr. Swani- Tuesday of the month. Officers are er Pederson, Fred Silliman, Leonard thblished in 1883, have the files cluded butter, jams and jell. Cash son is building a livery sale and Mrs. Robert Flaten, president; Mrs. Smestad, Oscar Spoonland and Ber- been destroyed by fire. The last prizes of $2 each went to exhibitors 'feed stable on 4th street opposite time was in 1939. They cannot be of drat stallions. They were R. Pen- Brooks Bros. elevator. Work on the Melvin Paterson, vice president, git Thompson. Meetings for Circle No. 6 are set replaced. The State Historical So- gilly, John ttobb, J. Sheppard, T. Presbyterian church is being push- Mrs. Carl Olson, secretary and ciety at Bismarck has as complete a Tharaldson, J. Harris, T. Frazer and ed and the edifice should be in- treasurer. Otheri members are Mes- for the second Wednesday evening set of files of all publications in the G. Erickson Also in the horse div- closed soon. Mrs. A. Burr advertis- dames Netta Borgeson, Arden Bur- of the month. Mrs. Welmer Skager state as is available anywhere. For isions $2 in cash prizes for "road- ed an 8 room house with a good bidge, Theo Dahl, David Kinsala is president, Mrs. Robert Amstrup. many years the whole publication sters" went to W. Landsborough, J. cellar for sale and the Pioneer Albert Lewis, Olaf Malde, Nick vice president, Mrs. F. U. Smith. was kept intact, but in recent years B. Sanborn and J. Kohnen. Single Drug advertised all kinds of ma- Margaris, Martin Severson and secretary and treasurer. Other they are microfilmed which makes carriage horses were entered by J. chine oils for sale. Adolph Wang. members are Mesdames Vernon less of a storage space problem. Wadge and J. Bennington S.M. "k Chally, Torfin Evenson, Art Gilbert, "A" Leach carried off honors in the Four lawyers carried professional Also meeting the third Tuesday of Vernon Halvorson, Cliff Johnson, By some means---nobody knows cattle division with his Shorthorns, I cards in The Gazette. These were H. the month will be Circle No. 2, Hilma Johnson, Edmund Lunde, Just howa copy of the Park River Archie Shaw's fine wool buck and lW. Phelps, S. R. Ayers, H. A. Libby which is headed by Mrs. Leo Eng- Setness, Stanley Shaw, Lloyd Stay- Gazette dated October 16, 1885, has P. Callahan's coarse " wool lamb land James M. Holland. Doctors list- lerth as president. Mrs. Norence en. Knute Trygg and George Wid- come into our possession. It is quite placed in the sheep entries. Early led were D. Melville, J. G. Mills- Lovaasen is vice president and Mrs. Wes Samson, Victor Saude. Elmo well preserved and contatns some Rose potatoes took the awards and |paugh and Gedrge Wyld, They were Melvin Jergenson, secretary and : interesting items and names men. were entered by C. Ames, D. Mc- !all physicians and surgeons. Dr. G. tioned in the news articles are still Lead,, Fred Honey, John Nicklin, A. W. Hohler was the veterinarian, treasurer. Other members are Mes- me. familiar in Park River today. The Hugins and Allen Hoople. Crazy George Diebel advertised his estab- dames Ernie Berger, Art Erovick, MRS. JERGENSON HEADS masthead bears the name of W. D. and pieced quilts, knit stockings lishment "The Northwestern Sam- Theo. Hanson, C. E. Lien Sr., Alvin CEMETERY AUXILIARY Bates as editor and since North Da- and mittens, pillow charms and ple Room" where the finest brands Lovaasen, Thorleif Moe, Esther ]ota was not yet a state in ]885 shams, embroidery and crocheting of wines, liquor and cigars could be Monson, E. C. Olson, Fridjon Thor- Mrs. Melvin Jergenson was elect- the address is listed as Park River, were in the women's division. En- obtained. David Beecher was presi- leifson and Miss Clara Askim. ed president of the local Cemetery Auxiliary whent the group met at Dakota. Occasionally it was shown tries were made by Mr s. D. G. Mc- dent and Sidney Clarke was cashier Circle No. 3 has chosen the first the Federated church Tuesday al- as ]ota Territory or abbreviated Kay. Kate. Edith and Minnie HoD- of the Prk River Bank. Oscar Tro- "D. T." The paper was published ey, Miss McKenzie, Miss L. Cather- vatted operated a billiard parlor & Tuesday for the regular meetings, ternoon. The Presbyterian women every Friday mornin and the price wood, Lottle Rut]edge, Maude Mc- saloon. The St. Paul Store, owned Mrs. Oscar Severson is president, were the hostesses. was $2 per rer. An |nterestin ob- Ewan and Mrs. Millspaugh. by T. Hanson & Co., advertised it- Mrs. Lynn Hanson, vice president, Mrs. John A. Ferguson was nam- servation is that the nresent sub- "k self as "the leading dry goods and Mrs. Homer LuckeD, secretary and ed vice president, Mrs. Robert scrirtion prc of The Press. $250 a An editorial in the paper dealt at grocery house in Walsh County." t treasurer Other members are Mes- Parka was re-elected secretary and year, went no effect abduct 1935 length with the forthcoming elec- McEwan & Dougherty sold Ames dames Joe Charon, Eddie Clemet- Miss Elsie Catherwood, was reelect- only one increase in price in 70 tion of county commissisoner and Engines and thrashers and Maline i son, James HaggeD, Oscar Johnson, ed treasurer. years! obviously favored Lyman Brandt of plows as well as Jackson and Daisy i Emil Kjelland, Harry Landsborough, k- the 4th district and Mr. Code, 3rd wagons, buggies and cutters. The Mrs. John A. Ferguson, president The Walsh C0untv Agricultural i district as candidates. Here's a Robertson Lumber Co., announced Enoch Larson. Russell Lien, William presided for the business meeting. they had a Norwegian salesman to Skjerven Sr., Melvin Veralrud and Mrs. Will McEachern, Mrs. D. D. Society's fall fair had just been luote: "It :is said on, good authority held in October, 1885 and a full ac- hat one or two worn out politicians take care of their trade. His name Gilbert Wang. Smith and Mrs. I. E. Hansen were ii  count of it was givenby the',secre: who have.'been tried and found was O!e Paulson. Circle No. 4 is headed by Mrs. named on a committee to arrange tary, D. D. Green. It was a two-day lacklhg are trying to institute a 4 t ! Paul Meberg president and meets for plantings in the cemetery. event and 2500 persons wer report- little gueriila warfare" On Bran dt. The paper will be on display at I re,,la,, ' h ,,,,. ,. .2 ^, The Pre 2on; "ntrels:: d ii  ....................... "  ed to have,attended. Judging from Ali over the coUntY "thi is being welcom ta: d nie . the month. Mrs. Ella Cox is vice Our sale starts Thursday, Jan. 12 :: ,Mr Green scomments, Grafton also  considered erg0nal s}Mte because aSS presdent and Mrs W C Skerven - t have held a fair that year. He Mr. Brandt ias sh()wn he is not like over. North Dakota was not yet a . .. " with more than 100 dresses priced i: " said, "Those who attended the show :his predecessor in the 4th district, state and the territorial news is I is secretary and treasurer. Other to clear. Also skirts, sweaters etc. at Grafton did not hesitate to say who w/se dupe ofhe "ring" and worth reading. R imembers are Mesdames T. Bakke, The Fashion.Shop, Park River. that the Park River fair eclipsed bobbed every time one of the gan their attempt in all respects, both tflled ttie string: Now; as well as in in exhibits an d attendance. This time to come the people of this speaks well for a town only a year section are in unison upon all pub- old with only half the population of lic matters and will not allow the  NO MATTER WHERE YOU'RE GOING / You'll Want To Try ERNIE'S SAT. SPECIAL " Cup Cakes "I'm sure going to miss Ernie's Bakery." 44 doz. "Park River's Biggest Loafer ERNIE'S BAKERY Dial 22251 Park River, N. D. , ,00EN THURSDAY, JANUARY 12,, 1956 I mS m FR0C00 I Sizes: 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 14V,, 16V,, 18V,, 20%, 22V, Smartly styled Button CocCI i Dress, freshly collared and pocketed wit h accents d!: snowy white against blacki braid. Scenic print on our fine quality washfast cotton. Co[':i enn Lemon, Blue, Chartreuse. Fashion Shop Big Selection of Used Cars I II 7rcded i# o# Hew Fords -:- '50 Ford ":* :, Custom Fordor * 4. l%dio, Overdrive .. + Very Clean * 4. 4. 4, 4. '46 Jeep $ 4. i 4"wheel Drive i Fully Reconditioned New Paint '50 Pontiac Chieftain Tudor : Excellent Low Mileage One Owner Car ? '51 Lincoln 2-Tone Blue Fordor Low mileage + Premium Tires : Hydramatic Top Condition Single owner '51 Buick ":" -:- Super 4 Door ":" ":" Very Clean Car : Single Owner ' 4. e * 4- All Units Winterized And Checked For Dependable Service TERMS '50 FORD CUST(M TUDOR '$0 BUICK SPECIALTUDOR '50 CHEV TUDOR '49 PLYMOUTH TUDOR Trade Now For Top Value. For Your Old Car Truck Or Tractor Large selection of 1946 - 1947. 1948 models 00'51 Ford . '-51 Ford '45 IHC '39 Case -Ton Pickup   :  Z : Utility Box : -Ton Pickup  Model "'"' -- *or , Model "L" 4. Excellent Unit  H.D. 4-Speed Trans. ,: n "LTac :: God Rubber For Delivery Service  Sharp  With hydraulic pump  :xcellent Condition i FIRST STATE BANK BATEMAN MOTORS PARK RIVER, M.S. Bateman  Roland Bateman DfA 22721