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Heard & Seen AROUND PARK RIVER A group of 15 women had a birth- last Friday for Miss Tillie at the home of Mrs. Thee. The guests brought the with birthday cakes, and al- gave Miss Hanson gifts. 401 BULLS 265 HEREFORDS 54 ABERDEEN . ANGUS 82 SHORTHORNS To be sold at the 47th Annual BULL SALE MARCH 28.29 at the Exhibition Grounds REGINA Saskaichewan, Canada BIG, STRONG-BONED, RUG- GED BULLS---Every animal in this Sale must pass an in- spection and Culling Commit- tee• • All registration papers guaranteed and all animals T. B• and Bangs Free and protected against Shipping Fever. • Only 253 Miles from Minot, North Dakota, and 110 miles om Plentywood, Montana. 'xeellent roads and conven- ient rail connections. • Write for free catalogues and sale information to: T. H. McLEOD, $°cretary-Treasurer, Box 547, Regina, Saskatchewan f Week end guests at the home of I Mr. and Mrs. Alex Parke were their daughter, Mrs. Roy Ratliff and Mrs. Tony Biminlski of Brecken- ridge, Minn. Other guests on Sun- day were the Ernest Parke family of Langdon. The Hi Lo bridge club met last Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. T. A. Meagher. Score honors went to Mrs. Duncan Meagher, high and Mrs. James Larson, low. Sub- stitute players were Mesdames M. S. Bateman Melvin Neste and Ivan Spornitz• Lunch was served. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ellingson on Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dobmeier and family. On Thursday they were at home to Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sam- uelson of Adams and on Sunday the Leonard Vaudrins of Adams called at the Ellingson home. Out of town people here last week to call on Mrs. Joe Lykken at St. Ansgar's hospital were Mr. and Mrs. William Powers of Lawton, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Geary, of Ad- ams, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Axvig, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Winding- land and Mr. and Mrs. Denis Men- son of Edinburg. Among the Park River people at- tending the concert given by the Concordia College choir of Moor- head, Minn., held in Grand Forks Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. George Widme, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Spoonland, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Olson, Mr. and Mrs. John C. H. Moan and daughter, Dlkka, Odrey Madland, Joel Johnsen, Marlene Severson, Corrine and Eloise Lunde. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hardy return- ed Saturday from St. Paul and Northfield, Minn., where they vis- ited at the home of Mrs. Hardy's aunt, Mrs. E. L. Fox. While they were there Mrs Fox observed her 80th birthday on February 29. Also visiting at the Fox home were Kay and Deane Hardy, J. C• Brown and Joan Marachek, all of St. Paul. The Hardys also visited their, daughter, Keitha, who is a patient at St. Mary's hospital in Minneapolis• AS ADVERTISED IN T -ER H00gN00F00ARM SAINT "PAU.' ' MINNESOTA Now00 at Overbye Furniture STOP '"00OFT-BED" BACKACHE Save as Never Before for only MATCHING SOX SPRING SA/,E PRICE Prke Subject to Change Without Nofice COMPARE WITH OTHER TUFTED MATTRESSES SELLING AT HIGHER PRICES Sale Now 0nl and continues for limited time oniy l Only Serta dares to offer you this famous ,'Serm-Posture"* Mat" tress, built with healthful firmness many doctors recommend, now only at a deep-down nri h, oc,,o comparison for quality so high! . . . tut remember t'he':'.l':o'ic reductions are strictly cod ad ewill be withdrawn immediately after sale.. Check icae d pare many luxury features--usually founa m higher-pr nationally-adverthed tufted mattresses. Then, hurry1 Buy now SQve now at Overbye Furniture Company We give S & H Green Stomps Perk River, N.O. Dial $6342 The Vernon Halvorson family vis- ited at the W. S• Peterka home in Grafton Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ellingson were dinner guests at the Albert Vigen home at Adams Friday evening and Sunday went to Minto to be dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lan- gowski. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bygland, Mrs. Joe Helt, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nap- pen, Richard and Carol and Mrs. O. P. Nappen of Reseda, Calif., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bygland at Grafton. Mrs. Clifford Gilbert had a birth- day party for her daughter, Janiee, age 10, on Thursday evening. The guests were her cousins, Lorna Skoje and David Lee Hanson. The evening eirclg of the Presby- terian ladles aid met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. T. A. Meagher. Mrs. John Peterson, chairman, con- ducted the business meeting. Mrs. Wendell White gave the Bible les- son. Lunch was serevd. G. M. Anderson, office manager of the Agricultural Stabilization Com- mittee, spent the week end with his family in Wahpeton• They ex- pect to come to Park River when housing can be obtained. Mrs. Kenneth Von Rueden and children, Debra and David, spent the week end in Grand Forks at the John Von Rueden home while Mr. Von Rueden was in Fargo for the eastern divisional basketball tournament. Mrs. John Duncan, who makes her home with her nephew, Bet1 Hardy and wife, returned Sunday from Walhalla where she had beer visiting for a week at the Robert Metelmann and Robert Hardy homes. About 80 guests attended a birth. day party given for Mrs. Joe Fail by her family at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzsimonds Friday evening. Televiewing, cards and visiting were the diversions. After the guests were opened, a two- course lunch was served- The Pete Fail family of Grand Forks canoe up for the party as did Mickey Fail, who is attending school at Valley City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Staven re- turned last Thursday from a three weeks trip to the west coast. At Walla Walla, Wash•, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Philip Falter and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Falter. At Ken- newick, Wash., they called on Mr. and Mrs. Richard Falter and at Britton, S. D., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Unger (Olive Fal- ter). Going on to LaMoure, N. D., the Stavens visited the Don Dob- meier family and Mrs. John Dob- meier, formerly of Park River• PARK RIVER. NORTH DAKOTA PAGE Walsh County Li',00:stock Tour Set for March 19 The Walsh County Livestock Tour, / view their milk parlor and milk which was postponed from Feb. 17, I house, water system and feed racks. has been rescheduled and will be From the Tallackson farm the held Monday, March 19. The North- group will go to Park River and see east Dairy Herd Improvment As- the new livestock sales ring. Law- sociation, the Waish County Live-rence Wilkes, the manager of the stock Association and the Extension i sales ring will explain how it is Service are cooperating in sponsor- operated and also take the group ing the livestock tour. Members from Northeast DI-I includes dairy farmers from Pem- bina, Cavalier, Towner and Walsh Counties and the Walsh County Livestock Association is made up of livestock producers and business men from Walsh County. The spon- sors of the tour extend an invita- tion to all farmers and business men in the four counties mentioned above. The tour will get underway at 10:30 a. m., Monday, at the Art and Harvey Taliaekson farm 9 miles west and 11/2 miles north of Graf- ton or 8 miles east and 1 miles north of Park River. At the Tal- lackson's the livestock men will through the sales ring. The next part of the program will include a free noon luncheon, com- pliments of the Goodman Electric Company of Grand Forks and Graf- noon lunch will be served in the ton Milk Company of Grafton. The I basement of the Park River City Hall at 12:00 noon. Kenneth D. Ford, manager of the Feed Division at the State Mill and Elevator at Grand Forks will speak on pelletized feeds and livestock rations• Door prizes will be given out at the close of the noon program. The prizes will be practical and can be used on any farm and they are contributed by the DHIA and the I "Feel free to ask me anything you want . . . like what am | doing this evening, or anything..." Apportion Funds to School Districts A New Kitchen . . . Like Magic //I" / xx out of a Hat! I I QT. Just one coat of Supermix 4-Hour Enamel can make your kitchen,and bathroom walls and woodwork look like new. • • add sparkling mod- em color to the whole room,, . make you feel like a very lucky magician. • full gloss with no brush or lop marks • flows freely giving solid coverage • tough, super-washable finish In 21 Gay-as-Spring colors.., plus non-yellowing whi :..  ˘SPRING PAINT. ,      . ,- ,,, ,SPECIAL -,,  .( from PAINT '' "e: • HEADQUARTERS PAPER DROP CLOTH Protect your furniture, rugs and floors while painting. 79˘ WLUE MALDE & SHARPE HARDWARE Dial 22821 Park River, N. D. The February apportionment of $15,987.40 in state tuition funds has been made for the school districts of Walsh County, according to A. G. Strand, county superintendent of schools. The apportionment for February is being made one the basis of $3.38 for each person of school age listed on the 1955 school census. Graded schools received $9697.22 in the following amounts: Grafton Walsh County Livestock Associa- tion. Following the noon program and luncheon the caravan will visit the Hylden Brothers tarm south west of Park River. The Hylden Brothers have recently expanded their dairy enterprise and have a pipe line milking system and an automatic feeding set up. The next stop will be at the Dean Miller farm, where the points of interest will include Miller's new large pole type barn. The last stop on the tour will be at the Skorhiem Brothers farm southeast of Adams. The Skorhiem Brothers planned and constructed their own milking parlor, and milk house. Coffee will be served to close the tour. Swanson to Attend MinnkoL00 Meet Mr. and Mrs. Murray S. Swanson of Hoople will attend Minnkota Power Co-operative annual meeting in Grand Forks, March 12• Minn- kota supplies the electrical require- ments of rural members of the No- dak Rural Electric Cooperative• Swanson is Minnkota's vice presi- dent and represents the local group on the power generating organiza- tion's board of directors• More than 200 delegates, man- agers, employees and their wives from Minnkota's 12 member dis- tribution cooperatives are expected to attend the meeting. In reviewing the year's activities, Minnkota President Victor M. Ed- man of Alvarado said, "This has been one of our most memorable ears since we first organized in 1941. During the past 12 months we eliminated our operating deficit, re- duced wholesale power rates, ac- quired two new member distribu- tion cooperatives (North Star Elec- tric Cooperative at Baudette, Minn., and Roseau Electric Cooperative at Roseau, Minn.), planned for a $2,000,000 expansion of facilities and repared for the coming of our first allocation of hydro power from Garrison Dam. "In addition, the cooperative pur- chased a system analyzer (the first such piece of equipment to be in- stalled in any cooperative), joined in the sponsorship of a successful Second Annual Area Power Con- ference, and helped initiate the Atoms for Agriculture research program." According to Millard F. Dailey, treasurer, of Red Lake Falls, Minn- kota realized an operating margin of $267,516.01 from revenues of 2,619,311.23 during 1955. Power Use Up Minnkota's farm members used 11.9 percent more electricity last ear than they did the previous year, requiring the cooperative to roduee and purchase more than 200-million kwh of electricity enough to supply the total electrical requirements for a city of 1,000 pop- ulation for 90 years. Snoeial Dist No 3 $353548" Ardoch During the year, Minnkota em- Dist No 10 $179• 14; Mmto Specml ployed 85 persons and had a pay- -- " , a -71658" Veseleyville roll of $300000 Taxes insurance, Dist. No. 36, $162. 24; Lankin Dist. deprecmtmn and interest amounted No• 39, $429.26; Hoople Dist. N:. 42, to $898,122.66. $703.04; Forest R" er D" • . , Besides the treasurers report, $351.52; Pisek Dist. o• 71, $253.50; Dailey will also tell of the Red Lake Park River Special Dist. No. 78, Electric Cooperatives experience in $1551.42; Fordville Dist. No. 79, the merchandising of electrical $645.58; Edinburg Dist. No. 106, equipment. $267.02', Sauter Dist. No. 111, $165.6', Andrew L. Freeman, manager, Dewey Dist No 120 $1492 • Adams will o-en the all da session ..... • • ' • ' ir  Y a Iu•;u Special Dist No 28 $32448' Fa a m The eia wfl" " ' 12'9 -9744' ' " • . y "i erase with a. dale Dmt No $ • • .... 6:30 p. m., banquet in the Dacotah The sum of $6290.18 was distribut- Hotel for those attending the meet- ed among districts with one-room ing and Minnkota employees and rural schools, i their wives• Easy Terms-3 Years to Pay on MAMCO ARCH BUILDINGS IDEAL for Iivedoc| poultry, grain or machinery storage EASY to erect precision € u t J pre-drilled, x16 i segmenta 1 arches J LOW COST QUARTERLY OR SEMI.ANNUAL PAYMEltTS* (Materials complete for building above ground) 36' x 50' Building  NO DOWN PAYMENT 4 payments per year for 3 2 payments pet vear for 3 40' x 60' Building 4 payments per year for 3 2 payments per year for 3 Available sizes in widths 24". 30', 35". 40', 50' 50' years--Approximately $188,98 each vearsApproximately $383.32 each -- NO DOWN PAYMENT years--Approximately $201.75 each years--Approximately $409.22 each *Figures based on machine storage construction -- arches Intermediate sizes also available on 6' spacing. Terms con be arranged with MAMCO MFG., INC., and Fursteneau Lumber Co. Where Your $ Buys More West on Hiway 17 Park River, N. D. I i i i I III II Heard & Seen AROUND PARK RIVER A group of 15 women had a birth- last Friday for Miss Tillie at the home of Mrs. Thee. The guests brought the with birthday cakes, and al- gave Miss Hanson gifts. 401 BULLS 265 HEREFORDS 54 ABERDEEN . ANGUS 82 SHORTHORNS To be sold at the 47th Annual BULL SALE MARCH 28.29 at the Exhibition Grounds REGINA Saskaichewan, Canada BIG, STRONG-BONED, RUG- GED BULLS---Every animal in this Sale must pass an in- spection and Culling Commit- tee• • All registration papers guaranteed and all animals T. B• and Bangs Free and protected against Shipping Fever. • Only 253 Miles from Minot, North Dakota, and 110 miles om Plentywood, Montana. 'xeellent roads and conven- ient rail connections. • Write for free catalogues and sale information to: T. H. McLEOD, $°cretary-Treasurer, Box 547, Regina, Saskatchewan f Week end guests at the home of I Mr. and Mrs. Alex Parke were their daughter, Mrs. Roy Ratliff and Mrs. Tony Biminlski of Brecken- ridge, Minn. Other guests on Sun- day were the Ernest Parke family of Langdon. The Hi Lo bridge club met last Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. T. A. Meagher. Score honors went to Mrs. Duncan Meagher, high and Mrs. James Larson, low. Sub- stitute players were Mesdames M. S. Bateman Melvin Neste and Ivan Spornitz• Lunch was served. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ellingson on Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dobmeier and family. On Thursday they were at home to Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sam- uelson of Adams and on Sunday the Leonard Vaudrins of Adams called at the Ellingson home. Out of town people here last week to call on Mrs. Joe Lykken at St. Ansgar's hospital were Mr. and Mrs. William Powers of Lawton, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Geary, of Ad- ams, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Axvig, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Winding- land and Mr. and Mrs. Denis Men- son of Edinburg. Among the Park River people at- tending the concert given by the Concordia College choir of Moor- head, Minn., held in Grand Forks Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. George Widme, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Spoonland, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Olson, Mr. and Mrs. John C. H. Moan and daughter, Dlkka, Odrey Madland, Joel Johnsen, Marlene Severson, Corrine and Eloise Lunde. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hardy return- ed Saturday from St. Paul and Northfield, Minn., where they vis- ited at the home of Mrs. Hardy's aunt, Mrs. E. L. Fox. While they were there Mrs Fox observed her 80th birthday on February 29. Also visiting at the Fox home were Kay and Deane Hardy, J. C• Brown and Joan Marachek, all of St. Paul. The Hardys also visited their, daughter, Keitha, who is a patient at St. Mary's hospital in Minneapolis• AS ADVERTISED IN T -ER H00gN00F00ARM SAINT "PAU.' ' MINNESOTA Now00 at Overbye Furniture STOP '"00OFT-BED" BACKACHE Save as Never Before for only MATCHING SOX SPRING SA/,E PRICE Prke Subject to Change Without Nofice COMPARE WITH OTHER TUFTED MATTRESSES SELLING AT HIGHER PRICES Sale Now 0nl and continues for limited time oniy l Only Serta dares to offer you this famous ,'Serm-Posture"* Mat" tress, built with healthful firmness many doctors recommend, now only at a deep-down nri h, oc,,o comparison for quality so high! . . . tut remember t'he':'.l':o'ic reductions are strictly cod ad ewill be withdrawn immediately after sale.. Check icae d pare many luxury features--usually founa m higher-pr nationally-adverthed tufted mattresses. Then, hurry1 Buy now SQve now at Overbye Furniture Company We give S & H Green Stomps Perk River, N.O. Dial $6342 The Vernon Halvorson family vis- ited at the W. S• Peterka home in Grafton Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ellingson were dinner guests at the Albert Vigen home at Adams Friday evening and Sunday went to Minto to be dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lan- gowski. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bygland, Mrs. Joe Helt, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nap- pen, Richard and Carol and Mrs. O. P. Nappen of Reseda, Calif., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bygland at Grafton. Mrs. Clifford Gilbert had a birth- day party for her daughter, Janiee, age 10, on Thursday evening. The guests were her cousins, Lorna Skoje and David Lee Hanson. The evening eirclg of the Presby- terian ladles aid met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. T. A. Meagher. Mrs. John Peterson, chairman, con- ducted the business meeting. Mrs. Wendell White gave the Bible les- son. Lunch was serevd. G. M. Anderson, office manager of the Agricultural Stabilization Com- mittee, spent the week end with his family in Wahpeton• They ex- pect to come to Park River when housing can be obtained. Mrs. Kenneth Von Rueden and children, Debra and David, spent the week end in Grand Forks at the John Von Rueden home while Mr. Von Rueden was in Fargo for the eastern divisional basketball tournament. Mrs. John Duncan, who makes her home with her nephew, Bet1 Hardy and wife, returned Sunday from Walhalla where she had beer visiting for a week at the Robert Metelmann and Robert Hardy homes. About 80 guests attended a birth. day party given for Mrs. Joe Fail by her family at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzsimonds Friday evening. Televiewing, cards and visiting were the diversions. After the guests were opened, a two- course lunch was served- The Pete Fail family of Grand Forks canoe up for the party as did Mickey Fail, who is attending school at Valley City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Staven re- turned last Thursday from a three weeks trip to the west coast. At Walla Walla, Wash•, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Philip Falter and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Falter. At Ken- newick, Wash., they called on Mr. and Mrs. Richard Falter and at Britton, S. D., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Unger (Olive Fal- ter). Going on to LaMoure, N. D., the Stavens visited the Don Dob- meier family and Mrs. John Dob- meier, formerly of Park River• PARK RIVER. NORTH DAKOTA PAGE Walsh County Li',00:stock Tour Set for March 19 The Walsh County Livestock Tour, / view their milk parlor and milk which was postponed from Feb. 17, I house, water system and feed racks. has been rescheduled and will be From the Tallackson farm the held Monday, March 19. The North- group will go to Park River and see east Dairy Herd Improvment As- the new livestock sales ring. Law- sociation, the Waish County Live-rence Wilkes, the manager of the stock Association and the Extension i sales ring will explain how it is Service are cooperating in sponsor- operated and also take the group ing the livestock tour. Members from Northeast DI-I includes dairy farmers from Pem- bina, Cavalier, Towner and Walsh Counties and the Walsh County Livestock Association is made up of livestock producers and business men from Walsh County. The spon- sors of the tour extend an invita- tion to all farmers and business men in the four counties mentioned above. The tour will get underway at 10:30 a. m., Monday, at the Art and Harvey Taliaekson farm 9 miles west and 11/2 miles north of Graf- ton or 8 miles east and 1 miles north of Park River. At the Tal- lackson's the livestock men will through the sales ring. The next part of the program will include a free noon luncheon, com- pliments of the Goodman Electric Company of Grand Forks and Graf- noon lunch will be served in the ton Milk Company of Grafton. The I basement of the Park River City Hall at 12:00 noon. Kenneth D. Ford, manager of the Feed Division at the State Mill and Elevator at Grand Forks will speak on pelletized feeds and livestock rations• Door prizes will be given out at the close of the noon program. The prizes will be practical and can be used on any farm and they are contributed by the DHIA and the I "Feel free to ask me anything you want . . . like what am | doing this evening, or anything..." Apportion Funds to School Districts A New Kitchen . . . Like Magic //I" / xx out of a Hat! I I QT. Just one coat of Supermix 4-Hour Enamel can make your kitchen,and bathroom walls and woodwork look like new. • • add sparkling mod- em color to the whole room,, . make you feel like a very lucky magician. • full gloss with no brush or lop marks • flows freely giving solid coverage • tough, super-washable finish In 21 Gay-as-Spring colors.., plus non-yellowing whi :..  ˘SPRING PAINT. ,      . ,- ,,, ,SPECIAL -,,  .( from PAINT '' "e: • HEADQUARTERS PAPER DROP CLOTH Protect your furniture, rugs and floors while painting. 79˘ WLUE MALDE & SHARPE HARDWARE Dial 22821 Park River, N. D. The February apportionment of $15,987.40 in state tuition funds has been made for the school districts of Walsh County, according to A. G. Strand, county superintendent of schools. The apportionment for February is being made one the basis of $3.38 for each person of school age listed on the 1955 school census. Graded schools received $9697.22 in the following amounts: Grafton Walsh County Livestock Associa- tion. Following the noon program and luncheon the caravan will visit the Hylden Brothers tarm south west of Park River. The Hylden Brothers have recently expanded their dairy enterprise and have a pipe line milking system and an automatic feeding set up. The next stop will be at the Dean Miller farm, where the points of interest will include Miller's new large pole type barn. The last stop on the tour will be at the Skorhiem Brothers farm southeast of Adams. The Skorhiem Brothers planned and constructed their own milking parlor, and milk house. Coffee will be served to close the tour. Swanson to Attend MinnkoL00 Meet Mr. and Mrs. Murray S. Swanson of Hoople will attend Minnkota Power Co-operative annual meeting in Grand Forks, March 12• Minn- kota supplies the electrical require- ments of rural members of the No- dak Rural Electric Cooperative• Swanson is Minnkota's vice presi- dent and represents the local group on the power generating organiza- tion's board of directors• More than 200 delegates, man- agers, employees and their wives from Minnkota's 12 member dis- tribution cooperatives are expected to attend the meeting. In reviewing the year's activities, Minnkota President Victor M. Ed- man of Alvarado said, "This has been one of our most memorable ears since we first organized in 1941. During the past 12 months we eliminated our operating deficit, re- duced wholesale power rates, ac- quired two new member distribu- tion cooperatives (North Star Elec- tric Cooperative at Baudette, Minn., and Roseau Electric Cooperative at Roseau, Minn.), planned for a $2,000,000 expansion of facilities and repared for the coming of our first allocation of hydro power from Garrison Dam. "In addition, the cooperative pur- chased a system analyzer (the first such piece of equipment to be in- stalled in any cooperative), joined in the sponsorship of a successful Second Annual Area Power Con- ference, and helped initiate the Atoms for Agriculture research program." According to Millard F. Dailey, treasurer, of Red Lake Falls, Minn- kota realized an operating margin of $267,516.01 from revenues of 2,619,311.23 during 1955. Power Use Up Minnkota's farm members used 11.9 percent more electricity last ear than they did the previous year, requiring the cooperative to roduee and purchase more than 200-million kwh of electricity enough to supply the total electrical requirements for a city of 1,000 pop- ulation for 90 years. Snoeial Dist No 3 $353548" Ardoch During the year, Minnkota em- Dist No 10 $179• 14; Mmto Specml ployed 85 persons and had a pay- -- " , a -71658" Veseleyville roll of $300000 Taxes insurance, Dist. No. 36, $162. 24; Lankin Dist. deprecmtmn and interest amounted No• 39, $429.26; Hoople Dist. N:. 42, to $898,122.66. $703.04; Forest R" er D" • . , Besides the treasurers report, $351.52; Pisek Dist. o• 71, $253.50; Dailey will also tell of the Red Lake Park River Special Dist. No. 78, Electric Cooperatives experience in $1551.42; Fordville Dist. No. 79, the merchandising of electrical $645.58; Edinburg Dist. No. 106, equipment. $267.02', Sauter Dist. No. 111, $165.6', Andrew L. Freeman, manager, Dewey Dist No 120 $1492 • Adams will o-en the all da session ..... • • ' • ' ir  Y a Iu•;u Special Dist No 28 $32448' Fa a m The eia wfl" " ' 12'9 -9744' ' " • . y "i erase with a. dale Dmt No $ • • .... 6:30 p. m., banquet in the Dacotah The sum of $6290.18 was distribut- Hotel for those attending the meet- ed among districts with one-room ing and Minnkota employees and rural schools, i their wives• Easy Terms-3 Years to Pay on MAMCO ARCH BUILDINGS IDEAL for Iivedoc| poultry, grain or machinery storage EASY to erect precision € u t J pre-drilled, x16 i segmenta 1 arches J LOW COST QUARTERLY OR SEMI.ANNUAL PAYMEltTS* (Materials complete for building above ground) 36' x 50' Building  NO DOWN PAYMENT 4 payments per year for 3 2 payments pet vear for 3 40' x 60' Building 4 payments per year for 3 2 payments per year for 3 Available sizes in widths 24". 30', 35". 40', 50' 50' years--Approximately $188,98 each vearsApproximately $383.32 each -- NO DOWN PAYMENT years--Approximately $201.75 each years--Approximately $409.22 each *Figures based on machine storage construction -- arches Intermediate sizes also available on 6' spacing. Terms con be arranged with MAMCO MFG., INC., and Fursteneau Lumber Co. Where Your $ Buys More West on Hiway 17 Park River, N. D. I i i i I III II