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-- MOTORS Prices quoted locally today were: Mrs. Max Uteeht  left Wednesday i Harold Johuson arrived home from -f--&apos;--- J; J. Dougherty went 1 DarkDurumNOrthern .............. .......... $1.0288 futurefr FargO,home.Where they will make thelr[Jolietl on Friday. I Carefilest Construction All the-Way show. nber Forks Thursday to attend the GUS Johnson or Grafton was llonlel Through ls Claimed for PThis n ...................... 80 Barley .. I ] .Mrs. W. J. Plunkett left Monda] Oat .................... 51 Mrs. Robert Kerr of Fairdale was. over Sunday. Year's Model P-ye - - . .......... 33 a guest at the Cass Gates home from ....... ._ .. !evenin to) visit relatives in Grand ....... l:orks. ................. 89 Friday until Monday. Lewis Buckley of Hoople was among y Mills-Farup Auto Comlmnv iJ English; ......................... 2.2i ...... the several Fair visitors this week. ]utterIat PROI)I'{'I,: Mrs. Georvm Egr and daugllter re- . ..... The elimination of noises--from! MrQa, d Z,Irs. K. J. Farup, accom- Evening,, ;'Gtor and from road shocks was one ..... ................. 49 tin'ned Tt]ursday ylyro yymyyGyryan Claus Everson of Norton took in the! Uameo uy C. W. Farup and Davk O. S. Eggs ' . ranis rook in the auto show at Grana and evening .......................... 35I turned Thursda from Grand Forks. !exhibits at the Agricultural School cf the things to which Henry nr(Emk s' . ==:-----------= l ...... an6 his staff of engineers dgvoted " " , .Everybody KOIINEN:'S,LE DATES Mrs. Itaro!d King was an arrival Clarence Baker of Osnabrock wast l articular attention in the design and Miss Elizabct, h Peoples el Grand PRE construction of the new Model A Ford :Porks :;Dent Friday at the home of James )n Saturday evening's train from' p week-end guest at the Hultstrand car l l,.cr parents. Zr and Mrs. John PeG- There will be March 7l,ester Campbell Fertile. hangdon, home. " March 8---Andrew Olson, Norton The motor of the Model A Ford lples. March 12--.Mrs. Lena Bl.:'akly. Jr.I Church School Uninn. N. Dak. Coach F. S. Willson and basket hall Miss Nina ttorner wa u week-end is one or the quietest, most nearly vi- Chris Schlenk reurned from Bls- Eunday" the tTth *----------=_ team returned Tuesday from Grar 6ues aL the home of her l)areuu brationless engines that modern au- lForks. near Inkster. tomotive en.dneerinu has developed, marck Friday where he was in at-I LUTIIERAN CITY NEWS ........... designers provided for that feature :tendance at an executive meeting oil S.J. Str { Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bee of Adams Melvin Flom and John Myrvik of ith part that are made of the finest, the State Firemen's Asso. March 3, 199. po.:sible materials and that are ms- Among falr visitors who called o41, Golden at o11:00. wre gues(s at the Ander Marifjeren Milton were Fair visitors Wednesday chined to fit exactly. Balanced t}: Press and renewed his subscrip - Pleasant at 2:30. ..................................... b The Light Bearers will mee Satur- home Tuesday and Wednesday. and Thursday. I crankshaft and flywleeP, preei,qcm- tion wa#Oscar Borgeson. v,hose arm City at 7:30. day afternoon m tlw - {ct:m.ci parlors. Presbyterm:: teve Novak and daughter Beatrice Lawrence Finnesebh left for Parga made bearings, alulninull ])iggo11:;. >' in Vernon township. ' oOit$ at 8:00. unusually well 2esined and ton- i ...... :are taking in the Mid-Winter Fair Monday whm'c he will serve as juror strutted valves and a narticulaxly ef- Leop..r, CEJ.:)> :-. ('' M,]:I.:V by lere this week. m :, rm of U. S. court, fieient lubrication system, al} eontri- ov :otor for I):vil L'ko on a business ......... buted to the quiet, smooth perform- *. ! trip. Mrs. John Lien entertained lour Mrs. Pete Hanson of Adanls w: ante of the Model k e.'.'.glne. ' ............ little gue:s at a 1 o'eock dinner Sun-l,-re for medical attention Wednc.,- The same careful desirn and con- ', 'iN_TM Mr and M C Gate:: were supper day in honor of her daughter Mu.r- - for a badly sprained wrist, struction in body chassi and runninn " ues:, of Mr anti Mrs. Melvin John- ear,.t's sixth birthday ..... near have also eliminated most of the on Sunday. Roy. and Mrs. Ea,stvold of Adams other sources of noise in motor car ....... lrs" Marts and Miss Drthy were guests at the RoY" Strandjraperfrmanee" AllbdyP'rtsfsteeI Special 0ffe DUncan I-b,rrick. of Milton cam, Brown of Milton arrived Tuesday and home whiZ(, taking in the Fair this stampings that might develop noises down Meadowy evenmu and ls a gues are the guests of relatives and friends week, at the D. White home. - here.  ........ have reinforcing beads which tend not..' only to prevent squeaks and rattles, ' Miss Helen Beard returned Men- but also increase streng.h and data- Mrs. W. A. Young" left Friday for  The City quartette did themselves day from the Grafton hospital ana bility. Panels and frame sections are j rafton. She took the train to Dray- proud with their singing at Tuesday is convalescing nicely after her re-lwelde d and rivited together wherever 0 n, .'here she is a patient at the night's programme and the entire au- cent illness. "Ulaltal there there ls possibility of the body weav-, P e c h IiomeBrand, sliced or i diene certainly ;,ppreciated it.  ing, due tO imeven road conditlon, I a es in heavy syrup, Large ...... Mrs. M. Foseide lef for home,, wh re bolts are needed in the final 00'ld,00rs Oharles Sohul0000 of O T O.00"hldasaleo---00n,o-o0000ondayaf00rs00.00-'00m00lyo,,ar.oonltso, the00dy, C ackers rafton were guests at the Sig Oen I of home baked food and will also lag two weeks in our city as a gUeSt at strips of rubber or other anti-squeakl r Cad&l : v: serve lunch Saturday afternoon, Mar. the home of r. and Mrs. N. Flora. Wednesday and Thursday last i2 ' in Lien Brothers store, material is used between the sectlorg, i --' Sound deadening material is used tn t Cocoa '2 , Mrs. Ole Thorviln and daughtex many places throughout the body in-', nut " "=" Fancy Long Thread, Peter Setness. of Vesta arriv- I All in need of glasses will do well to I'earl of Adams are gUeSts at the tertor. Fender squeaks are prevented ! ](rhursday and was the guest of! see Dr. A. O. Wold. He will be at Pete Kenney home while attend- by double-ply leather tape between .,. ' Co (.heieae Quality Croby ter, Mrs. ig Oen for severallI'ark River Thursday after 4:15 and ing the Fair at the Agricultural the fender and body. The same ma-ll r! nays , Friday until 3:00 p. m. March 14 and School. terial is used where cowl and body i{  t cans ................... ::p=; 15. 46-3t jolP- Hardwood fillers are used in all Nels Grovom was a caller at the body sills Rubber cushions are placed', rine Shaw who 00=hes .- Toilet Soap Hard,r Coco at Dresden spent the week-end at', B. J. Peterson, of Foston, Minn., is Fress office Saturday. He brought at all points where the body Is bolted i" 3 bar and 1 glass !he home of her parents. Mr. and isiting his sister, Mrs. Henry CIe-;his children, who are attendng school Mrs. j A Shaw. metson of Park River. He may de-lhere back home wth him for a visit to chassis, i All the experience of twenty years  Salmon ,.. ol..ia River ........ c;de to locate here permanently, ha'over Sunday. cf automobile design and constru.tion  1 pound fiats, $ cam , Mr. and Mrs. Edgar White and says. have been employed to make the ,orally were six o'clock dinner guests Model A Ford one of the quietest,  Sh dd d Wh Shredded wheat, ;t e the home of Mr. and Mrs. G .E. Mrs. Aase Dahl from Esther town- Miss Mary A. Cicha lelt for GraRon ,moothest cars ever built. : re e eat = ,ar,e pao,=,e. ck Saturday evening., hp has been visiting her daughter last Thursday, where she intends to  _ : ........ and son-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar stay all sunnner. She was aecorn- CIIEVROLET ro MAINTAIN The Presby.erian Ladies Aid will "poonland west of this city. She re- panied by her father to Lankin. whare reetn the ehuret p,n.lor at 3 o'clock inrned Tuesday, , vhe took the train to Grafto BUILDERS REPUTATION Rayon B] nthe afternoon. Wednesday. March " ;  -- b:-Please brin:, tbimbles and cotton - . ...----"-,i Paul Flaten Mr and Mrs Ole OOIYI i,"e hes for quilts Tile hostesses will You .......... can easily cnange on m your,rager ana- MmS:L'" donanna': - l'ta(en-- "" all Indication of New Manufacturing car witn a our ze lrum, u.mYif Hoo)le wer -- -- ' e., Mrs. J. D. MeEachern and Mrs .... , .... r -uartl00 prin centFree Pure5 Oallon l 1 e guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Record Given by Pace Set lity "mert Ferguson Everybody welcome. Stgl um  Pen "'-''David Meberg during the Mid-Winter During Months  Extra fine qua ]1 sy!vania. Gamble Stores. Oraftou. fair.  * Peach and flesh ra Miss Inez Olson was lmstess to the , - , ,embers of her bridge club Monday N.D. igucsts at two tables of bridge Mon-i Assurance that Chevrolet's position colors knit cuff , Mrs. K. D Bennett entertained By Overbye and Seldmore Auto Co. .[eniag. Four tables of bridge were! .......... woa s ,:,oph A. Kitchen. slate eommis-i II } !;,'oncr of agric,flture and labor, and Mrs. Weed won score honors. Thehos-lmobiles" Will be sustained again this or elastic knee dward Erickson. former County Su- tess served lunch at eleven o'clock, year, is contained in official produc- perintendent, called on the Pre i tlon figures which give 108,914 passen- Riversi ..... -.-'-  ...... 'aft last Tuesday Both were speak- i Mrs. P. a.  entertained Tues- 'er  and truck units as output for "" "uU et)eKan n'ge will me'' " ...... ; ......... that af a" FINNESETH tle,lay e ...... :" ....... ;ers at lne Mla-WHlmr mr -' ., venmg March am. e ne: .... Orafton day afternoon in honor of Mrs. King. trte first  days production on the  of t h,, .... H,,o  al :ternoop- They returnea via Three tables of bridge were in play. new sixes. This figure not only dance will be -ut on Music will "rod Grand Forks the same eve g" Mrs. W. McEachern winning -ore eclipses all previous records of manu- d fu}ished by th: 3-T-K orchestra. ! ...... l honors. A luncheon was served at facturers of six cylinder cars. but niss 35 cents' Mrs Bert Hardy and Mrs A J ,, on including lunch, , .. .... 5 o'clock, actualv exceeds the entire year's out- Quality Merohandiseet Ri Verybody welcome. Luitjen gave "a George Washingtm;, . put of any other manufacturer during , ......... 'party Friday evening at the Lair-  Phone 37 %aong timse who atenoe the Ug-; ien home honoring, Mrs. C. F. Hat-} Julius Borg dropped in at the Press the first year. office for a cheat with the Editor last The figures, as revealed by W. ,% ,, lty and Fargo Agricultural Col- i ris. The decorations were in keep- Saturday and incdentally renewed hls Knudsen. uresident of the company, i ,e e basket ball Friday evening in iing with the day including a cherry subscription. He liked the paper, he date from December 18 to February 1, G, .  ."anuary production was 86,178, mean- Sad Porks were the Misses Louise tree with hatchets. Six tables ot said. lson, Mary MacKenzie, Sylvia bridge were in play. Mrs. F, 1i ing that 20.736 units were produced &taros. Miss Simpson. Oletta Hale. lPorter winning high--re. Mrs.] ''A Penny S00rve p,. Charles Erzinger, who spent a few the last two weeks of December. ther Halberg J. R. Jamison. Supt. i Charles OBrien the consolation tarot, days at the home of Mrs. John Tro- A highlight of this remarkable 45 B. Simcox, H. H. Fross, Coach]The hostess served a luncheon at the vatten, left last Friday for Frannle, day production record was the manu- lllson and his basket ball team ,close of the game. ]Wyo. Mrs. Ersinger and daughter, facture. January 31 of 6.729 cars. This ally Ann. will remain for a longer was peak for any day during the per- ............................................... to.d. and can be regarded as an indl- I'-enny $-- I ; camion that February would find all [sa  Mr. and Mrs. Ole Oulickson ana Chevro!et's mammoth productive fa- mm Baking  family' Mr' and Mrs" Rbert Parke' ciIltie'; un favorablygearedwith othe meet maximUmall op ,,-ec'a' ,r and Mrs. V. J. Parke. Mr. and vuota. Ohevrolet's peak day a., a --" " Mrs. A. Parke. Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. ,roducer of sixes does not compare Coulter were entertained at a Whist company's party Thursday evening at the home ime record for a single day, which FOR LENT of Mrs. JohnParke. The hostess ser- cccurred May 28.1928. when 7.075 four Save money by getting ed a lunch at eleven o'clock. ,cylinder traits were produced. Further comparison with last year motor reconditioned now J. F. SchufletowskL well-known shows that production this January is \\; dairy farmer near town. dropped In ony 5.408 units less than January 1928 will give you econol for a short visit with the Press staff despite numerous handicaps incid- 'st Saturday. He didn't like the In-'e-t to a changeover as huge as free service during the i creasing tendency Of the taxes and ChevrOlet effected successfully last iood thought that there should be fairer I fall. And it is 12.502 in excess of distribution Of road expenses. Mr. 'January 19Tt. when 7.8 four cylind- season---a chufltowski is an Interesting oonvero:er unit. were turned out. Last fall's for itself sationalist. 'turnover Involved 20 widely scattered pays , i i olants, and called for an entirely new Miss Augustine v. Svoboda, a cou-lSet of machine tools, patterns Spe ial price on labor sin of Rev. Dr. Huebsch of Pisek, was dies. Replacements began while the C ,l. a caller at the Press office yesterdaF, cmpany .%ill was engage intensively for overhauling <" afternoon. Miss Svoboda took in n volume uroduction of last year's es the fair while in Park River, as a mat- ! four cylinder car--an achievement, '  ter of fact she came for that express-which for speed and efficiency, has fore the snrin00rush i ed ptu'pose, and seemed to be well' ever been surpassed in the industry, r - ,,- -- ,o,ne interostinR statistics relative Fresh Baked Beans every Wednesday $ satisfied with what she observed. ]t. the turnover were recalled last The Genuine Ford and Friday at 11:30.  " .I} That Park River is the tow,, pe0-i week by ,r. Knudsen. who declared U,, y"a"er-- > ple of the district lOoks to for help *"'" th" .nt Motor plant man,,,ac- age has 13 + Buns " fits nearly all mal Hot " when they are in difficulty is shown tared 12.000 motors, an average of bet- , , @ by, among other things, the fact that ter than 1,000 er wcrking day. be- , Attorney Harold King is getting more tween November 12. when the sty. ey- and lists at Wednesday, Friday S a t Ii r d a  e.. i and more in demand. He has been in ...... - ,,.-rnnuneementl. During December.Wa made.heandre_ cars, o ']and out of town on legal business so @ I[ you plan to entertain, you want somethinl 'ften this week that the Press has ':''ed' 6000 mtrs were prduced" aUceased to keep track of him. - ........ bettor than a day.  OI J -- . i, special baked. Save time, trouble and expense  ...... "- ,+' .... , w.ld .... .  m.ot, by orderin what you want a day ahead. ] W. G. Williamson, member of the '"" r- ....... lt was we11 fortified wbe' @ executive board of the North Dakota * made ,ld kent its oromise of de- PARK RIVER BAKERY BRFa4D *lWheat Growers association and ill- nvorl--'--mar l. Mx we.ks from the IS THE BEST YOU Cf4N GET  'rector for the second district, has "me the new car was announced. been attending the Mid-Winter falrl Prcduet,mt:hlsveare',llstentative- Mills Farup Auto ey-r- ==00-members of these',-eor l.,.n{W3 units. Several import- parts. He had nothing but praise" for;ant expansions, completed during the u River Bak tllls exhiblt, butdeploredthatWalslllpastl, rnonths, haveincrea,cl the 'Park :. Couny Wheat Growers hll not lan enmrmny's annu,] e,pactty bY 250.- .  r, ble to secure a booth. !000. Last year Chevrolet ot!tllned a ' , troduction program caling for 1,000,- Park R|ver J. H. MAHER, Proprietor o SALE--Fresll cows at reason-'O00 cars. and aty surpassed .. able price. Wm. A. Liddle, R. I, 'ouota bY 20000 in a lile more than Park River. 4-lt 10 monhs time. -- MOTORS Prices quoted locally today were: Mrs. Max Uteeht  left Wednesday i Harold Johuson arrived home from -f--'--- J; J. Dougherty went 1 DarkDurumNOrthern .............. .......... $1.0288 futurefr FargO,home.Where they will make thelr[Jolietl on Friday. I Carefilest Construction All the-Way show. nber Forks Thursday to attend the GUS Johnson or Grafton was llonlel Through ls Claimed for PThis n ...................... 80 Barley .. I ] .Mrs. W. J. Plunkett left Monda] Oat .................... 51 Mrs. Robert Kerr of Fairdale was. over Sunday. Year's Model P-ye - - . .......... 33 a guest at the Cass Gates home from ....... ._ .. !evenin to) visit relatives in Grand ....... l:orks. ................. 89 Friday until Monday. Lewis Buckley of Hoople was among y Mills-Farup Auto Comlmnv iJ English; ......................... 2.2i ...... the several Fair visitors this week. ]utterIat PROI)I'{'I,: Mrs. Georvm Egr and daugllter re- . ..... The elimination of noises--from! MrQa, d Z,Irs. K. J. Farup, accom- Evening,, ;'Gtor and from road shocks was one ..... ................. 49 tin'ned Tt]ursday ylyro yymyyGyryan Claus Everson of Norton took in the! Uameo uy C. W. Farup and Davk O. S. Eggs ' . ranis rook in the auto show at Grana and evening .......................... 35I turned Thursda from Grand Forks. !exhibits at the Agricultural School cf the things to which Henry nr(Emk s' . ==:-----------= l ...... an6 his staff of engineers dgvoted " " , .Everybody KOIINEN:'S,LE DATES Mrs. Itaro!d King was an arrival Clarence Baker of Osnabrock wast l articular attention in the design and Miss Elizabct, h Peoples el Grand PRE construction of the new Model A Ford :Porks :;Dent Friday at the home of James )n Saturday evening's train from' p week-end guest at the Hultstrand car l l,.cr parents. Zr and Mrs. John PeG- There will be March 7l,ester Campbell Fertile. hangdon, home. " March 8---Andrew Olson, Norton The motor of the Model A Ford lples. March 12--.Mrs. Lena Bl.:'akly. Jr.I Church School Uninn. N. Dak. Coach F. S. Willson and basket hall Miss Nina ttorner wa u week-end is one or the quietest, most nearly vi- Chris Schlenk reurned from Bls- Eunday" the tTth *----------=_ team returned Tuesday from Grar 6ues aL the home of her l)areuu brationless engines that modern au- lForks. near Inkster. tomotive en.dneerinu has developed, marck Friday where he was in at-I LUTIIERAN CITY NEWS ........... designers provided for that feature :tendance at an executive meeting oil S.J. Str { Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bee of Adams Melvin Flom and John Myrvik of ith part that are made of the finest, the State Firemen's Asso. March 3, 199. po.:sible materials and that are ms- Among falr visitors who called o41, Golden at o11:00. wre gues(s at the Ander Marifjeren Milton were Fair visitors Wednesday chined to fit exactly. Balanced t}: Press and renewed his subscrip - Pleasant at 2:30. ..................................... b The Light Bearers will mee Satur- home Tuesday and Wednesday. and Thursday. I crankshaft and flywleeP, preei,qcm- tion wa#Oscar Borgeson. v,hose arm City at 7:30. day afternoon m tlw - {ct:m.ci parlors. Presbyterm:: teve Novak and daughter Beatrice Lawrence Finnesebh left for Parga made bearings, alulninull ])iggo11:;. >' in Vernon township. ' oOit$ at 8:00. unusually well 2esined and ton- i ...... :are taking in the Mid-Winter Fair Monday whm'c he will serve as juror strutted valves and a narticulaxly ef- Leop..r, CEJ.:)> :-. ('' M,]:I.:V by lere this week. m :, rm of U. S. court, fieient lubrication system, al} eontri- ov :otor for I):vil L'ko on a business ......... buted to the quiet, smooth perform- *. ! trip. Mrs. John Lien entertained lour Mrs. Pete Hanson of Adanls w: ante of the Model k e.'.'.glne. ' ............ little gue:s at a 1 o'eock dinner Sun-l,-re for medical attention Wednc.,- The same careful desirn and con- ', 'iN_TM Mr and M C Gate:: were supper day in honor of her daughter Mu.r- - for a badly sprained wrist, struction in body chassi and runninn " ues:, of Mr anti Mrs. Melvin John- ear,.t's sixth birthday ..... near have also eliminated most of the on Sunday. Roy. and Mrs. Ea,stvold of Adams other sources of noise in motor car ....... lrs" Marts and Miss Drthy were guests at the RoY" Strandjraperfrmanee" AllbdyP'rtsfsteeI Special 0ffe DUncan I-b,rrick. of Milton cam, Brown of Milton arrived Tuesday and home whiZ(, taking in the Fair this stampings that might develop noises down Meadowy evenmu and ls a gues are the guests of relatives and friends week, at the D. White home. - here.  ........ have reinforcing beads which tend not..' only to prevent squeaks and rattles, ' Miss Helen Beard returned Men- but also increase streng.h and data- Mrs. W. A. Young" left Friday for  The City quartette did themselves day from the Grafton hospital ana bility. Panels and frame sections are j rafton. She took the train to Dray- proud with their singing at Tuesday is convalescing nicely after her re-lwelde d and rivited together wherever 0 n, .'here she is a patient at the night's programme and the entire au- cent illness. "Ulaltal there there ls possibility of the body weav-, P e c h IiomeBrand, sliced or i diene certainly ;,ppreciated it.  ing, due tO imeven road conditlon, I a es in heavy syrup, Large ...... Mrs. M. Foseide lef for home,, wh re bolts are needed in the final 00'ld,00rs Oharles Sohul0000 of O T O.00"hldasaleo---00n,o-o0000ondayaf00rs00.00-'00m00lyo,,ar.oonltso, the00dy, C ackers rafton were guests at the Sig Oen I of home baked food and will also lag two weeks in our city as a gUeSt at strips of rubber or other anti-squeakl r Cad&l : v: serve lunch Saturday afternoon, Mar. the home of r. and Mrs. N. Flora. Wednesday and Thursday last i2 ' in Lien Brothers store, material is used between the sectlorg, i --' Sound deadening material is used tn t Cocoa '2 , Mrs. Ole Thorviln and daughtex many places throughout the body in-', nut " "=" Fancy Long Thread, Peter Setness. of Vesta arriv- I All in need of glasses will do well to I'earl of Adams are gUeSts at the tertor. Fender squeaks are prevented ! ](rhursday and was the guest of! see Dr. A. O. Wold. He will be at Pete Kenney home while attend- by double-ply leather tape between .,. ' Co (.heieae Quality Croby ter, Mrs. ig Oen for severallI'ark River Thursday after 4:15 and ing the Fair at the Agricultural the fender and body. The same ma-ll r! nays , Friday until 3:00 p. m. March 14 and School. terial is used where cowl and body i{  t cans ................... ::p=; 15. 46-3t jolP- Hardwood fillers are used in all Nels Grovom was a caller at the body sills Rubber cushions are placed', rine Shaw who 00=hes .- Toilet Soap Hard,r Coco at Dresden spent the week-end at', B. J. Peterson, of Foston, Minn., is Fress office Saturday. He brought at all points where the body Is bolted i" 3 bar and 1 glass !he home of her parents. Mr. and isiting his sister, Mrs. Henry CIe-;his children, who are attendng school Mrs. j A Shaw. metson of Park River. He may de-lhere back home wth him for a visit to chassis, i All the experience of twenty years  Salmon ,.. ol..ia River ........ c;de to locate here permanently, ha'over Sunday. cf automobile design and constru.tion  1 pound fiats, $ cam , Mr. and Mrs. Edgar White and says. have been employed to make the ,orally were six o'clock dinner guests Model A Ford one of the quietest,  Sh dd d Wh Shredded wheat, ;t e the home of Mr. and Mrs. G .E. Mrs. Aase Dahl from Esther town- Miss Mary A. Cicha lelt for GraRon ,moothest cars ever built. : re e eat = ,ar,e pao,=,e. ck Saturday evening., hp has been visiting her daughter last Thursday, where she intends to  _ : ........ and son-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar stay all sunnner. She was aecorn- CIIEVROLET ro MAINTAIN The Presby.erian Ladies Aid will "poonland west of this city. She re- panied by her father to Lankin. whare reetn the ehuret p,n.lor at 3 o'clock inrned Tuesday, , vhe took the train to Grafto BUILDERS REPUTATION Rayon B] nthe afternoon. Wednesday. March " ;  -- b:-Please brin:, tbimbles and cotton - . ...----"-,i Paul Flaten Mr and Mrs Ole OOIYI i,"e hes for quilts Tile hostesses will You .......... can easily cnange on m your,rager ana- MmS:L'" donanna': - l'ta(en-- "" all Indication of New Manufacturing car witn a our ze lrum, u.mYif Hoo)le wer -- -- ' e., Mrs. J. D. MeEachern and Mrs .... , .... r -uartl00 prin centFree Pure5 Oallon l 1 e guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Record Given by Pace Set lity "mert Ferguson Everybody welcome. Stgl um  Pen "'-''David Meberg during the Mid-Winter During Months  Extra fine qua ]1 sy!vania. Gamble Stores. Oraftou. fair.  * Peach and flesh ra Miss Inez Olson was lmstess to the , - , ,embers of her bridge club Monday N.D. igucsts at two tables of bridge Mon-i Assurance that Chevrolet's position colors knit cuff , Mrs. K. D Bennett entertained By Overbye and Seldmore Auto Co. .[eniag. Four tables of bridge were! .......... woa s ,:,oph A. Kitchen. slate eommis-i II } !;,'oncr of agric,flture and labor, and Mrs. Weed won score honors. Thehos-lmobiles" Will be sustained again this or elastic knee dward Erickson. former County Su- tess served lunch at eleven o'clock, year, is contained in official produc- perintendent, called on the Pre i tlon figures which give 108,914 passen- Riversi ..... -.-'-  ...... 'aft last Tuesday Both were speak- i Mrs. P. a.  entertained Tues- 'er  and truck units as output for "" "uU et)eKan n'ge will me'' " ...... ; ......... that af a" FINNESETH tle,lay e ...... :" ....... ;ers at lne Mla-WHlmr mr -' ., venmg March am. e ne: .... Orafton day afternoon in honor of Mrs. King. trte first  days production on the  of t h,, .... H,,o  al :ternoop- They returnea via Three tables of bridge were in play. new sixes. This figure not only dance will be -ut on Music will "rod Grand Forks the same eve g" Mrs. W. McEachern winning -ore eclipses all previous records of manu- d fu}ished by th: 3-T-K orchestra. ! ...... l honors. A luncheon was served at facturers of six cylinder cars. but niss 35 cents' Mrs Bert Hardy and Mrs A J ,, on including lunch, , .. .... 5 o'clock, actualv exceeds the entire year's out- Quality Merohandiseet Ri Verybody welcome. Luitjen gave "a George Washingtm;, . put of any other manufacturer during , ......... 'party Friday evening at the Lair-  Phone 37 %aong timse who atenoe the Ug-; ien home honoring, Mrs. C. F. Hat-} Julius Borg dropped in at the Press the first year. office for a cheat with the Editor last The figures, as revealed by W. ,% ,, lty and Fargo Agricultural Col- i ris. The decorations were in keep- Saturday and incdentally renewed hls Knudsen. uresident of the company, i ,e e basket ball Friday evening in iing with the day including a cherry subscription. He liked the paper, he date from December 18 to February 1, G, .  ."anuary production was 86,178, mean- Sad Porks were the Misses Louise tree with hatchets. Six tables ot said. lson, Mary MacKenzie, Sylvia bridge were in play. Mrs. F, 1i ing that 20.736 units were produced &taros. Miss Simpson. Oletta Hale. lPorter winning high--re. Mrs.] ''A Penny S00rve p,. Charles Erzinger, who spent a few the last two weeks of December. ther Halberg J. R. Jamison. Supt. i Charles OBrien the consolation tarot, days at the home of Mrs. John Tro- A highlight of this remarkable 45 B. Simcox, H. H. Fross, Coach]The hostess served a luncheon at the vatten, left last Friday for Frannle, day production record was the manu- lllson and his basket ball team ,close of the game. ]Wyo. Mrs. Ersinger and daughter, facture. January 31 of 6.729 cars. This ally Ann. will remain for a longer was peak for any day during the per- ............................................... to.d. and can be regarded as an indl- I'-enny $-- I ; camion that February would find all [sa  Mr. and Mrs. Ole Oulickson ana Chevro!et's mammoth productive fa- mm Baking  family' Mr' and Mrs" Rbert Parke' ciIltie'; un favorablygearedwith othe meet maximUmall op ,,-ec'a' ,r and Mrs. V. J. Parke. Mr. and vuota. Ohevrolet's peak day a., a --" " Mrs. A. Parke. Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. ,roducer of sixes does not compare Coulter were entertained at a Whist company's party Thursday evening at the home ime record for a single day, which FOR LENT of Mrs. JohnParke. The hostess ser- cccurred May 28.1928. when 7.075 four Save money by getting ed a lunch at eleven o'clock. ,cylinder traits were produced. Further comparison with last year motor reconditioned now J. F. SchufletowskL well-known shows that production this January is \\; dairy farmer near town. dropped In ony 5.408 units less than January 1928 will give you econol for a short visit with the Press staff despite numerous handicaps incid- 'st Saturday. He didn't like the In-'e-t to a changeover as huge as free service during the i creasing tendency Of the taxes and ChevrOlet effected successfully last iood thought that there should be fairer I fall. And it is 12.502 in excess of distribution Of road expenses. Mr. 'January 19Tt. when 7.8 four cylind- season---a chufltowski is an Interesting oonvero:er unit. were turned out. Last fall's for itself sationalist. 'turnover Involved 20 widely scattered pays , i i olants, and called for an entirely new Miss Augustine v. Svoboda, a cou-lSet of machine tools, patterns Spe ial price on labor sin of Rev. Dr. Huebsch of Pisek, was dies. Replacements began while the C ,l. a caller at the Press office yesterdaF, cmpany .%ill was engage intensively for overhauling <" afternoon. Miss Svoboda took in n volume uroduction of last year's es the fair while in Park River, as a mat- ! four cylinder car--an achievement, '  ter of fact she came for that express-which for speed and efficiency, has fore the snrin00rush i ed ptu'pose, and seemed to be well' ever been surpassed in the industry, r - ,,- -- ,o,ne interostinR statistics relative Fresh Baked Beans every Wednesday $ satisfied with what she observed. ]t. the turnover were recalled last The Genuine Ford and Friday at 11:30.  " .I} That Park River is the tow,, pe0-i week by ,r. Knudsen. who declared U,, y"a"er-- > ple of the district lOoks to for help *"'" th" .nt Motor plant man,,,ac- age has 13 + Buns " fits nearly all mal Hot " when they are in difficulty is shown tared 12.000 motors, an average of bet- , , @ by, among other things, the fact that ter than 1,000 er wcrking day. be- , Attorney Harold King is getting more tween November 12. when the sty. ey- and lists at Wednesday, Friday S a t Ii r d a  e.. i and more in demand. He has been in ...... - ,,.-rnnuneementl. During December.Wa made.heandre_ cars, o ']and out of town on legal business so @ I[ you plan to entertain, you want somethinl 'ften this week that the Press has ':''ed' 6000 mtrs were prduced" aUceased to keep track of him. - ........ bettor than a day.  OI J -- . i, special baked. Save time, trouble and expense  ...... "- ,+' .... , w.ld .... .  m.ot, by orderin what you want a day ahead. ] W. G. Williamson, member of the '"" r- ....... lt was we11 fortified wbe' @ executive board of the North Dakota * made ,ld kent its oromise of de- PARK RIVER BAKERY BRFa4D *lWheat Growers association and ill- nvorl--'--mar l. Mx we.ks from the IS THE BEST YOU Cf4N GET  'rector for the second district, has "me the new car was announced. been attending the Mid-Winter falrl Prcduet,mt:hlsveare',llstentative- Mills Farup Auto ey-r- ==00-members of these',-eor l.,.n{W3 units. Several import- parts. He had nothing but praise" for;ant expansions, completed during the u River Bak tllls exhiblt, butdeploredthatWalslllpastl, rnonths, haveincrea,cl the 'Park :. Couny Wheat Growers hll not lan enmrmny's annu,] e,pactty bY 250.- .  r, ble to secure a booth. !000. Last year Chevrolet ot!tllned a ' , troduction program caling for 1,000,- Park R|ver J. H. MAHER, Proprietor o SALE--Fresll cows at reason-'O00 cars. and aty surpassed .. able price. Wm. A. Liddle, R. I, 'ouota bY 20000 in a lile more than Park River. 4-lt 10 monhs time.