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3'! Ib ,b ,ds i , ach THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1956 Heard & Seen AROUND PARK RIVER SUBSTANTIAL MARK DOWN on lunch cloths, pillow slips and vanity sets, Feb. 10 through Feb. 28. Sadie's Gift Shop, Park River. Rev. Everett Owens, Mrs. Will McEachern, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. White and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Smith went to Hamilton Monday to attend the winter session of Presbytery. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pettit and children, Jerry and Lila, of McVille, spent the week end here with Mrs. Pettit's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar White. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frovarp and daughter, Betty, and ale Ingulsrud spent Sunday in Edmore with Mr. and Mrs. Harry McGillis. Mr. In- guisrud remained or a longer stay. Week end house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dibble were their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dibble of Valley City, and Roland Flint, 5f Grand Forks. Flint returned recently from Korea and received his discharge from the service and is now enrolled at the State Univeristy, Grand Forks. Winston Dolve of NDAC, Fargo, I was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Lannoye last Thursday. $14.95 Now Buys a General Elec- tric Steam & Dry Iron. O. P. Olson Hardware. Mr. and Mrs. Norman McPherson were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rabble in Cavalier. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Knutson of this city and Clarence Knutson .of Minneapolis, drove to Warren, Min- nesota, Monday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Knutson. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harris left last Thursday on a trip south. They plan to visit friends at Placquemine, La., and Will be in New Orleans for the Mardi Gras. They expect to be away three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Arnold spent the Week end in Larimore where they were called by the death of Mr. Arnold's brother, Sheridan Ar nold, 69. Death was attributed to a heart attack. The funeral was hetd Sunday. You * Potato Tags * Envelopes . Statements * Leerheads * Auction bills / WALmS COUNTY  PARK m Vlm. NOItT DAKOTA Double breasted coats made into single breasted style for $9.50. See our show window for sample. Eb- bsens, Park River. 1 Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hanson were Rev. and Mrs. Leonard E. Smestad and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Onstad, David Me- berg and daughter, Ruth. Mrs. Fred Baumgartner of Min- neapolis who spent the last four weeks here at the home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Meagher, has returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meagher were in Fargo last Thursday to at- tend a banquet and meeting of the Standard Oil Co. Mr. Meagher re- turned home Frlday but his wife re mained in Grand Forks for the week end with her sister, Miss Mary Herrick. Mrs. Lloyd Harris of this city has learned that her son-in-law, William Vickers a teacher at San Carlos, Calif., recently was graduated from San Jose (Calif.) State College with a Master of Arts degree in Educa- tion. He also has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Dakota. Mrs. Yickers is the former Jean Harris. Need * Business forms . Booklets * Tickets * Memo blanks * Check blanks Then Dial 36462 or stop in at WALSH COUNTY PRESS iSTRICTLY BUSINESS "You say ths is unexpioreO territory ?" Park River Local News Items PAGE FfVS Sale: Bottled gas range. Excel- lent Condition. Mrs. Bert Phair, Dial 36124, Park River. f16* Mr. and Mrs. Wendell White and VIr. and Mrs. David Ford spent Sun- day in Grand Forks. SUBTANTIAL MARK DOWN on lunch cloths, pillow slips and vanity sets, Feb. 10 through Feb. 28. Sadie's Gift Shop, Park River. Mrs. T. W. Eyolfson was ha/tared at a surprise birthday party at her home February 7. She was given a gift and a birthday cake. The Community Homemaker club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Arden Burbidge. Mrs. Har- ry Larson, president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Woodrow Moffet and Mrs John Peterson gave the second part of their sewing les- son. Mrs. Ambrose Spoonland won the punctuality prize. Mrs. Vernon Halvorson was a guest of the group. Plans for a tarty to be given Feb. 22 were made. Lunch was served. Mrs. Homer Lucken was hostess to Circle No. 3 of the Lutheran lad- ies aid at her home Tuesday after- noon. Mrs. Oscar Severson, presi- dent, was in charge of the business meeting. Mrs. Enoch Larson and Mrs. Lynn Hanson were named on the visiting committee. Mrs. Mel- vin Veralrud gave the Bible lesson. Mrs. Earl Olson was a guest. After the meeting lunch was served. BALL-RACE STEERING EXCEPT HIGrH/COS TS! THE "ONE'IqFTY 2-DOOR SEDAN--One of 19 new Chewolet beautlel. All have directional signals as standard equ|pment. These features mark Chevrolet tops in value, all right; and most of them make Chevy livelier, safer and a lot more fun to drivel Come in and see! 4 ENGINE CHOICES WITH H.P. UP TO 225 CHEVROLET CO. LARSON PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA Miss Mabel Marifjeren of this city is vacationing at Jackson, Miss., at the home of her niece. Gustav Setness and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Strong left Saturday to visit :relatives in Oregon. House guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rohn, city, were the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Bertsch, of Yakima, Wash. Mr. Bertsch was stricken with a severe attack of asthma during his stay and was hospitalized for two days. Mrs. Gordon Greenwood, Noble Grand, presided at the regular meeting of Riverside Rebekah lodge when the group met in the Odd Fellows hall Tuesday evening. A social time was held after the close of lodge. Hostesses were Mrs. Rob- ert Parke and Mrs. Alex Parke. The group will sponsor a valentine party and faith lunch on Feb. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Meagher re- turned Saturday from a three weeks' auto trip through the south- ern part of the United States. Go- ing by way of Denver, Colo., they made stops at Phoenix, Tucson and Yuma, Ariz., and at Las Cruces, New Mexico, called on Dr. and Mrs. Lee Harris, formerly of Park River. Also visiting at the Harris home were Dr. Harris' father. C. F. Harris and M.Vs. Harris, Park River. On the way back to Noth Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Meagher said travel was hampered by the heavy snow storm in Texas. They were forced to re- main over night at White Sands, Texas, until the roads were cleared and reported that they traveled through snow all the way home. A meeting of the Golden Go Get- ters 4-H club was held Feb. 7 at the home of Jimmy Loughead. Nine" members and their leader, Albert GiUespie, were present. John Bena expects to leave today for Mahnomen, Minn., to attend the funeral of his niece, Mrs. George Holman, which will be held there Friday. Mrs. Holman, who was about 62 years of age, was the for- mer Mary Vorachek of Lankin, and attended school in Prk River. Her husband was depot agent for the Soo line at Conway before moving to Mahnomen. JACK PALANCE SHELLEY WilR LOtH N[[ON iII H1/{ OHZL[Z SUN. MON. TUES FEB. 12-13.14 CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY FROM 2:45 EVERY-Y-WEDNESDAY-- IS TAKE A CHANCE ADMISSION Adulis and Sudens 3Oc ! Children 1 i COMING SOON SUN. MON. TUES. FEB. 19-20-11 .,r"  . . t ..-' to play ball with '.   duced oil prices. NOW'S t'. " ]111 the time for you to buy (( ''-'/ (/'k----_" .2 11! t h e a e pennant- winning \\;I\II III | mendous saving. Every 1 ;//l/l/ member of this hard-hit. ll  II[  ting lubrication team is --) a seasoned veteran with 1 1 ! , j years of research and on- U,J I  the-job know-how behind e r----  ('- it. Join this team of - |  q champiors today. You'll be happy you did. SAVE SAVE , 1 per00. on grease m pwcbaw of 10 ormo m parckase of 10 ormom gals, o oil Ibs, of grease REG. NOW CENEX 10W-30 .............  .89 $ .82 CENEX .............. .. ......... 81 .74 CHILPRUF 5W-20 ...... . ...... 86 .79 CO-OP 100- ............. ,. ....... 77 ,70 SUPERLUBE 2 ................. rl .02 .95 APt. S- I ....................... 86 ,79 AP GEAR LUBE ................ 1.02 .95 MULTI.GREASE.W, 100 lb. 8rum 18.75 17.75 CHASSIS LUBE, I00 lb. drum .... 14.75 13.75 OTHER OIlS AND GREASES ALSO SALE PRICED Prices shown are drum prices. 7e per gal. savings also in other size containers in quantities over i0 gallons. Add 6 per gal. Fed. Tax to above prices. Price4 lightly higher in MoD., Ida, Wyo., and Wash. Farmers Union Oil Co. Park River, North Dakota 3'! Ib ,b ,ds i , ach THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1956 Heard & Seen AROUND PARK RIVER SUBSTANTIAL MARK DOWN on lunch cloths, pillow slips and vanity sets, Feb. 10 through Feb. 28. Sadie's Gift Shop, Park River. Rev. Everett Owens, Mrs. Will McEachern, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. White and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Smith went to Hamilton Monday to attend the winter session of Presbytery. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pettit and children, Jerry and Lila, of McVille, spent the week end here with Mrs. Pettit's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar White. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frovarp and daughter, Betty, and ale Ingulsrud spent Sunday in Edmore with Mr. and Mrs. Harry McGillis. Mr. In- guisrud remained or a longer stay. Week end house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dibble were their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dibble of Valley City, and Roland Flint, 5f Grand Forks. Flint returned recently from Korea and received his discharge from the service and is now enrolled at the State Univeristy, Grand Forks. Winston Dolve of NDAC, Fargo, I was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Lannoye last Thursday. $14.95 Now Buys a General Elec- tric Steam & Dry Iron. O. P. Olson Hardware. Mr. and Mrs. Norman McPherson were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rabble in Cavalier. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Knutson of this city and Clarence Knutson .of Minneapolis, drove to Warren, Min- nesota, Monday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Knutson. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harris left last Thursday on a trip south. They plan to visit friends at Placquemine, La., and Will be in New Orleans for the Mardi Gras. They expect to be away three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Arnold spent the Week end in Larimore where they were called by the death of Mr. Arnold's brother, Sheridan Ar nold, 69. Death was attributed to a heart attack. The funeral was hetd Sunday. You * Potato Tags * Envelopes . Statements * Leerheads * Auction bills / WALmS COUNTY  PARK m Vlm. NOItT DAKOTA Double breasted coats made into single breasted style for $9.50. See our show window for sample. Eb- bsens, Park River. 1 Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hanson were Rev. and Mrs. Leonard E. Smestad and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Onstad, David Me- berg and daughter, Ruth. Mrs. Fred Baumgartner of Min- neapolis who spent the last four weeks here at the home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Meagher, has returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meagher were in Fargo last Thursday to at- tend a banquet and meeting of the Standard Oil Co. Mr. Meagher re- turned home Frlday but his wife re mained in Grand Forks for the week end with her sister, Miss Mary Herrick. Mrs. Lloyd Harris of this city has learned that her son-in-law, William Vickers a teacher at San Carlos, Calif., recently was graduated from San Jose (Calif.) State College with a Master of Arts degree in Educa- tion. He also has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Dakota. Mrs. Yickers is the former Jean Harris. Need * Business forms . Booklets * Tickets * Memo blanks * Check blanks Then Dial 36462 or stop in at WALSH COUNTY PRESS iSTRICTLY BUSINESS "You say ths is unexpioreO territory ?" Park River Local News Items PAGE FfVS Sale: Bottled gas range. Excel- lent Condition. Mrs. Bert Phair, Dial 36124, Park River. f16* Mr. and Mrs. Wendell White and VIr. and Mrs. David Ford spent Sun- day in Grand Forks. SUBTANTIAL MARK DOWN on lunch cloths, pillow slips and vanity sets, Feb. 10 through Feb. 28. Sadie's Gift Shop, Park River. Mrs. T. W. Eyolfson was ha/tared at a surprise birthday party at her home February 7. She was given a gift and a birthday cake. The Community Homemaker club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Arden Burbidge. Mrs. Har- ry Larson, president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Woodrow Moffet and Mrs John Peterson gave the second part of their sewing les- son. Mrs. Ambrose Spoonland won the punctuality prize. Mrs. Vernon Halvorson was a guest of the group. Plans for a tarty to be given Feb. 22 were made. Lunch was served. Mrs. Homer Lucken was hostess to Circle No. 3 of the Lutheran lad- ies aid at her home Tuesday after- noon. Mrs. Oscar Severson, presi- dent, was in charge of the business meeting. Mrs. Enoch Larson and Mrs. Lynn Hanson were named on the visiting committee. Mrs. Mel- vin Veralrud gave the Bible lesson. Mrs. Earl Olson was a guest. After the meeting lunch was served. BALL-RACE STEERING EXCEPT HIGrH/COS TS! THE "ONE'IqFTY 2-DOOR SEDAN--One of 19 new Chewolet beautlel. All have directional signals as standard equ|pment. These features mark Chevrolet tops in value, all right; and most of them make Chevy livelier, safer and a lot more fun to drivel Come in and see! 4 ENGINE CHOICES WITH H.P. UP TO 225 CHEVROLET CO. LARSON PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA Miss Mabel Marifjeren of this city is vacationing at Jackson, Miss., at the home of her niece. Gustav Setness and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Strong left Saturday to visit :relatives in Oregon. House guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rohn, city, were the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Bertsch, of Yakima, Wash. Mr. Bertsch was stricken with a severe attack of asthma during his stay and was hospitalized for two days. Mrs. Gordon Greenwood, Noble Grand, presided at the regular meeting of Riverside Rebekah lodge when the group met in the Odd Fellows hall Tuesday evening. A social time was held after the close of lodge. Hostesses were Mrs. Rob- ert Parke and Mrs. Alex Parke. The group will sponsor a valentine party and faith lunch on Feb. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Meagher re- turned Saturday from a three weeks' auto trip through the south- ern part of the United States. Go- ing by way of Denver, Colo., they made stops at Phoenix, Tucson and Yuma, Ariz., and at Las Cruces, New Mexico, called on Dr. and Mrs. Lee Harris, formerly of Park River. Also visiting at the Harris home were Dr. Harris' father. C. F. Harris and M.Vs. Harris, Park River. On the way back to Noth Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Meagher said travel was hampered by the heavy snow storm in Texas. They were forced to re- main over night at White Sands, Texas, until the roads were cleared and reported that they traveled through snow all the way home. A meeting of the Golden Go Get- ters 4-H club was held Feb. 7 at the home of Jimmy Loughead. Nine" members and their leader, Albert GiUespie, were present. John Bena expects to leave today for Mahnomen, Minn., to attend the funeral of his niece, Mrs. George Holman, which will be held there Friday. Mrs. Holman, who was about 62 years of age, was the for- mer Mary Vorachek of Lankin, and attended school in Prk River. Her husband was depot agent for the Soo line at Conway before moving to Mahnomen. JACK PALANCE SHELLEY WilR LOtH N[[ON iII H1/{ OHZL[Z SUN. MON. TUES FEB. 12-13.14 CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY FROM 2:45 EVERY-Y-WEDNESDAY-- IS TAKE A CHANCE ADMISSION Adulis and Sudens 3Oc ! Children 1 i COMING SOON SUN. MON. TUES. FEB. 19-20-11 .,r"  . . t ..-' to play ball with '.   duced oil prices. NOW'S t'. " ]111 the time for you to buy (( ''-'/ (/'k----_" .2 11! t h e a e pennant- winning \\;I\II III | mendous saving. Every 1 ;//l/l/ member of this hard-hit. ll  II[  ting lubrication team is --) a seasoned veteran with 1 1 ! , j years of research and on- U,J I  the-job know-how behind e r----  ('- it. Join this team of - |  q champiors today. You'll be happy you did. SAVE SAVE , 1 per00. on grease m pwcbaw of 10 ormo m parckase of 10 ormom gals, o oil Ibs, of grease REG. NOW CENEX 10W-30 .............  .89 $ .82 CENEX .............. .. ......... 81 .74 CHILPRUF 5W-20 ...... . ...... 86 .79 CO-OP 100- ............. ,. ....... 77 ,70 SUPERLUBE 2 ................. rl .02 .95 APt. S- I ....................... 86 ,79 AP GEAR LUBE ................ 1.02 .95 MULTI.GREASE.W, 100 lb. 8rum 18.75 17.75 CHASSIS LUBE, I00 lb. drum .... 14.75 13.75 OTHER OIlS AND GREASES ALSO SALE PRICED Prices shown are drum prices. 7e per gal. savings also in other size containers in quantities over i0 gallons. Add 6 per gal. Fed. Tax to above prices. Price4 lightly higher in MoD., Ida, Wyo., and Wash. Farmers Union Oil Co.