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Adams Local By Mrs. Lena Norbye  Friday, March 2, at the home of Mrs. John Setness in Adams. Lunch Give Domons2aflon was served by Mrs. George Bernt- Robert Lundquist gave a demon- stration on electric motors and Lar- ry Borchgrevink gave a demonstra- ?.ion on the care of electric motors at the regular meeting of the Adams Livewires 4-H Juniors Feb. 23 at the Charles Fuhrman home. President Larry Corah reported on the leaders and officers' meet. ing at Adams, and Robert Lund- quist reported on Fargo judging. Two new members were added at the meeting---James Rosvet and Danny Olson. The next meeting will be at the Rodger Gustafson home. Mrs. Harvey Lykken served lunch. Visitors were Mrs. Ingvald Boman and Barbara Gehrke. Lenten Program A group of Luther Leaguers put on a special Lenten program at the Mountain Lutheran church Sunday evening, March 4. Following the program, Mrs. Robert Lundquist and Mrs. Jack Hosna served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Bee and Mrs. Ida Bee were in Grafton on a shopping trip'Tuesday, Feb. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Vigen and family were supper guests o Mr. and Mrs. L. Borchegrevink Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Bee. Nancy and Panl. visited at the Roy Schultz home Saturday evening. Mr, and Mrs. L. Borchgrevink and family attended the Fun Fest at Park River Saturday evening. Mrs. Nordbye spent Sunday after- noon with Mrs. Julia Norquist. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Daley March 4 were Mrs. Ida Bee, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bee, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Bee and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bee and Jeff and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grove and Tommy. The oceassion was Mrs. Ralph Bee's birthday anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Tilfred Grove and son. Douglas. visited with Mrs. An- nie Lofthus Friday night. The Hitterdahl Ladies Aid met son and Mrs. Gordon Lykken. Mrs. Ida Bee. Mrs. Howard Clapp and Mrs. Henry Haugen were sup- per guests of Violet, Ruth and Bet- ty Erickson at a coffee party in Grafton Tuesday evening. Gathering at the home of Mrs. Ida Bee Saturday, March 3, to help celebrate her birthday were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bee, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Bee and family, Mrs. Amilia Olson, Mrs. Lofthus, Mrs. Roy Grove and Mrs. Nordbye. Lunch was served and Mrs. Bee received a number of presents. A group of young people gathered at the Palmer Bee home Saturday evening. They spent the evening watching television and playing the phonograph. Lunch was served by Leah Rae Bee, Karen Dvorak and Judy Boman. Mrs. Clara Swenson spent Sun- day afternoon at the Melvin Swen- son home. Homemakers To Make Tour The Walsh County Homemakers Tour to Minneapolis. Minnesota is scheduled for April 11 throtw.h the 14th. All homemaker club members. their husbands and friends of club members are invited. The group will leave Wednesday, April 11 from the Great Northern station. Grand Forks, at 3:40 p. m. via Western Star train, arriving in Minneapolis at 10:25 p. m Buses will take the group to their lodging at the Curtis Hotel. On Thursday morning, the group will tour the Strutwear Nylon Hosiery Co.. and Levin's Furniture Manufacturing Co. Luncheon at noon will be at Charlie's Cafe Ex- ceptionale. Afternoon tours will in- clude the Foley Kitchenware Manu- [facturing Co., and to the Minne- apolis Society for the Blind. In the evening the second Cinerama film "Cinerama Holiday" will be seen. Spring Values Now ON Used Cars, Trucks & Tractors 1952 FORD CUSTOM V41 Fordor, 2-Tone, Radio & Overdrive. 1951 FORD V-8 VICT'IA .Tone, Radio, New s, Town & Coun .... try on rear. Ford'tic. 1951 LINCOLN FORDOR Low mileage. Very clean. Premium tires & Hydramatic. 1951 BUICK SUPER 4-Door, Dark Green, Dynaflow. In Exc'nt Condition. , i 1952 MODEL ALL-STATE 1948 HARLEY DAVIDSON SCOOTER 1949 DESOTA 4-DOOR New Engine. New Tires. A Clean Car in & out. 1949 FORD TUDOR MOTORCYCLE. Recond. 1951 FORD V-8 TUDOR Mainline with Auto. Transmission. '49 PLYMOUTH TUDOR New Rebuilt Motor. , i 3-'48 PLYMOUTHS 3-'47-'48 CHEV. "49 STUDE. 1947 MODEL B IHC Ex. Condition. Good rubber. Has Cultiva- tor & Lift. 1945 MODEL H IHC Has Pump 1947 FORD TRACTOR 6 cly. convers'n eng. completely o'hauled. 20 New Fords and Mercuries for Immediate Delivery BATEMAN MOTORS Park River, North Dakota No Fire.. Just e Hot hy ERNIE'S SAT. SPECIAL Sugar Cookies 25c doz. "Park River's Biggest Loafer ERNIE'S BAKERY Dial 22251 Park River, N. D. WALGH (Y)UNTY  PAi%K:"Ivf'JI NORTH DAKOTA THU] Frid morning and afternoon is gem _ Ig dl a am II J • ing, sight seeing or iournament Ueteats End Agflte 3 Friday noon the et at" Dayton' Sky luncheon and style of 19: ;  11 The Eastern Division basketball { for the team were Gerald Pohanka Englerth ............ 29 ring. tournament at Fargo spelled the ] and Gene Troftgruben with 153 Pohanka ............ 84 April 13 at end of the season for the Walsh Ag- I points apiece, Cecil Chally, 124; Brandt ............ 58 gies, while the Grafton Spoilers Rodney Busch, 138. Grove ___ ........... 6 stayed in the running and advanced Erickson ............ 14 free for sholping, sight seeing or visiting friends. group will meet at Dayton's Sky Room for a show. The Ice Follies of 1956 will be attended in the evening. Saturday morning, 8:45 the group will leave Minne- apolis on the Western Star arriving to the state tournament at Minot. The Spoilers, who pIaced third in the Eastern division playoffs, will be pitted against the Western divis- inn's runner-up, Wlliston Coyotes in the first game of the state tourn- merit today at 2 p. m. In the second game the Eastern Division champion Fargo Midgets take on Minot, Western conference tournament consolation winner. To- night it will be Grand Forks vs Bis- I,marck and Wahpeton vs Bismarck I St. Mary's, the Western division tournament champs. BUYS GARAGE / Tre Aggies dropped both games in John Darkow of Park River has/the Eastern tourney. They lost the purchased the garage and service/the first to Grand Forks 75 to 48 station on highway 17 from Harry ] and were eliminated by Wahpeton Lunski, and has taken possession.  82-45. Grafton won its first game I Mr. Lunski plans to leave the city, over Valley City 54-49, dropped the l probably going to Grafton. second to Fargo 53-46 and gained third place with a 69-58 win over Devils Lake. Buy U. S. Savings Bonds. Cecil Chally netted 17 points to ..................................... pace the Agie. against Grand Forks while Schultz. Grinnel and 11 nd l0 point respectively. Aeainst Wahpeton Brandt was the big Aggies point-getter with 14 in Frand Forls at 3 p. m. The cost of the tour is $35.00 and includes hotel lodging for three nights, railroad fare, Ice Follies and Cinerama tickets, bus tours and service and the two noon luncheons. Anyone interested who would like to go on the tour may receive reservations blanks from the Coun- ty Extension Office in Park River. Committee members are Mrs. Bickford Hobhs, Park River: Mrs. Harley Kingsbury, Grafton; and Mrs. Lloyd Erickson, Adams. 58ds c.unters. Hsrin and Dietz ]ed the yOUr wops with 15 and 14 point while teammates Olsen and Bakken hit i for I0 apiece. Review Record The Black and Gold finished their and 17 losses. Top individual scores i!i- ........ :;:T%-';_ "  ..... Henry Clay had casks of OLD The individual scoring record is as follows showing the free throws made and total points: FTA FT TP C. Chally .......... 95 48 124 Hultin .............. 9 4 4 Swanson .......... 45 18 94 Knutson ............ 1 0 O Ferguson ............ 9 2 16 Hunking ............ 4 4 8 B. Troftgruben ...... I0 5 7 season with a record of two wins Morstad ............ l0 6 12 G. Troftgruben .... 139 Busch .............. 100 z,$ Riskey ............ 28 :t Pvt. Joseph Listopad sp day furlough at the ho parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe pad. He left Sunday for ° ville, Fla., where he will course in Naval Air training. Pvt. Listopad basic training at San DieS and combat at Camp Pend KRFF'S CHEEZ WHIZ ..,..... JAR KRAFT'S MACAR00I DIHER 7˝-OZ. BOX 1 KRAFT'S CHEESE Or.., 80Z Barrel Bnmll. o • • * • • PIECE FAIRWAY PICKLES ,60Z Sliced Cucumber . ° , JAR Fruit & Vegetables CABBAGE CARROTS, cello bags ...... 2 LETTUCE, large and firm RADISHES ................................... 2 Extra Special Three merchandise prizes giv- en every Saturday. A chance with every cash purchase of $2 or more. BURES FAIRW00q| Owned end Operated by John Bures Park River. North Dekota €. WINNER S 1st Prize: Mrs. Clara J 2nd Prize: Mary Kozel 3rd Prize: Mrs. Carl I4:.' I FIRST STATE BANK Friends of 4-H The observance of National 4-H Club Week, March 3-11, is an opportunity to salute the more than two million 4-H boys and girls who are taking important strides toward finer citizenship. Whether it be learning better care and operstion of farm equipment or mast- ering a homemaking skill, 4-H members acquire initia. tive, responsibility and leadership• We commend them for their dedication to the fourfold development of Head, Heart, Hands, Health through the 4-H program. Congratulations, 4 - H'ers! BEEF STEAK .................................. VEAL STEAK, shoulder choice ................... .; HOME MADE BOLOGNA ........................ SKINLESS WEINERS ............................. SLICED BACON, Swift's cello ...................... BACON SQUARES .............................. . HILLS BROS. lD MARCH 3-11 IS .. ..... NATIONAL 4-H CLUB WEEK Meats ,!! a A-Grade Round or Sirloin Answer the call Join and Serve OLD CROW DISTILLERY CO., DIV. OF NAT. 01$L PROD. CORP., FRANKFORT, KY. Cross, you we Aere-when first aid can save a life, when strikes; when blood is needed. when a serviceman needs aisle, tance. Won't you lend a hand by jolning-ud joining geo. Remember-your hands help mil- lions every year. crow sent to I 7-oz his home When you join regulaxly | n.s.us., A i ii TkT_/ the Red Cross CHEESE Si00EAI) ...y0_Hu are therel HAPPIES __ 4 d The life di of this &o .**.**..........., NAIA A|n 16-OZ.  woman is h your hands. For h is through youthatRedCro0000 IOWII&M]CJLDER,,y.p POTATO CHIPS....... '5': comes. Who you joia your  PROOl Adams Local By Mrs. Lena Norbye  Friday, March 2, at the home of Mrs. John Setness in Adams. Lunch Give Domons2aflon was served by Mrs. George Bernt- Robert Lundquist gave a demon- stration on electric motors and Lar- ry Borchgrevink gave a demonstra- ?.ion on the care of electric motors at the regular meeting of the Adams Livewires 4-H Juniors Feb. 23 at the Charles Fuhrman home. President Larry Corah reported on the leaders and officers' meet. ing at Adams, and Robert Lund- quist reported on Fargo judging. Two new members were added at the meeting---James Rosvet and Danny Olson. The next meeting will be at the Rodger Gustafson home. Mrs. Harvey Lykken served lunch. Visitors were Mrs. Ingvald Boman and Barbara Gehrke. Lenten Program A group of Luther Leaguers put on a special Lenten program at the Mountain Lutheran church Sunday evening, March 4. Following the program, Mrs. Robert Lundquist and Mrs. Jack Hosna served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Bee and Mrs. Ida Bee were in Grafton on a shopping trip'Tuesday, Feb. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Vigen and family were supper guests o Mr. and Mrs. L. Borchegrevink Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Bee. Nancy and Panl. visited at the Roy Schultz home Saturday evening. Mr, and Mrs. L. Borchgrevink and family attended the Fun Fest at Park River Saturday evening. Mrs. Nordbye spent Sunday after- noon with Mrs. Julia Norquist. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Daley March 4 were Mrs. Ida Bee, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bee, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Bee and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bee and Jeff and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grove and Tommy. The oceassion was Mrs. Ralph Bee's birthday anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Tilfred Grove and son. Douglas. visited with Mrs. An- nie Lofthus Friday night. The Hitterdahl Ladies Aid met son and Mrs. Gordon Lykken. Mrs. Ida Bee. Mrs. Howard Clapp and Mrs. Henry Haugen were sup- per guests of Violet, Ruth and Bet- ty Erickson at a coffee party in Grafton Tuesday evening. Gathering at the home of Mrs. Ida Bee Saturday, March 3, to help celebrate her birthday were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bee, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Bee and family, Mrs. Amilia Olson, Mrs. Lofthus, Mrs. Roy Grove and Mrs. Nordbye. Lunch was served and Mrs. Bee received a number of presents. A group of young people gathered at the Palmer Bee home Saturday evening. They spent the evening watching television and playing the phonograph. Lunch was served by Leah Rae Bee, Karen Dvorak and Judy Boman. Mrs. Clara Swenson spent Sun- day afternoon at the Melvin Swen- son home. Homemakers To Make Tour The Walsh County Homemakers Tour to Minneapolis. Minnesota is scheduled for April 11 throtw.h the 14th. All homemaker club members. their husbands and friends of club members are invited. The group will leave Wednesday, April 11 from the Great Northern station. Grand Forks, at 3:40 p. m. via Western Star train, arriving in Minneapolis at 10:25 p. m Buses will take the group to their lodging at the Curtis Hotel. On Thursday morning, the group will tour the Strutwear Nylon Hosiery Co.. and Levin's Furniture Manufacturing Co. Luncheon at noon will be at Charlie's Cafe Ex- ceptionale. Afternoon tours will in- clude the Foley Kitchenware Manu- [facturing Co., and to the Minne- apolis Society for the Blind. In the evening the second Cinerama film "Cinerama Holiday" will be seen. Spring Values Now ON Used Cars, Trucks & Tractors 1952 FORD CUSTOM V41 Fordor, 2-Tone, Radio & Overdrive. 1951 FORD V-8 VICT'IA .Tone, Radio, New s, Town & Coun .... try on rear. Ford'tic. 1951 LINCOLN FORDOR Low mileage. Very clean. Premium tires & Hydramatic. 1951 BUICK SUPER 4-Door, Dark Green, Dynaflow. In Exc'nt Condition. , i 1952 MODEL ALL-STATE 1948 HARLEY DAVIDSON SCOOTER 1949 DESOTA 4-DOOR New Engine. New Tires. A Clean Car in & out. 1949 FORD TUDOR MOTORCYCLE. Recond. 1951 FORD V-8 TUDOR Mainline with Auto. Transmission. '49 PLYMOUTH TUDOR New Rebuilt Motor. , i 3-'48 PLYMOUTHS 3-'47-'48 CHEV. "49 STUDE. 1947 MODEL B IHC Ex. Condition. Good rubber. Has Cultiva- tor & Lift. 1945 MODEL H IHC Has Pump 1947 FORD TRACTOR 6 cly. convers'n eng. completely o'hauled. 20 New Fords and Mercuries for Immediate Delivery BATEMAN MOTORS Park River, North Dakota No Fire.. Just e Hot hy ERNIE'S SAT. SPECIAL Sugar Cookies 25c doz. "Park River's Biggest Loafer ERNIE'S BAKERY Dial 22251 Park River, N. D. WALGH (Y)UNTY  PAi%K:"Ivf'JI NORTH DAKOTA THU] Frid morning and afternoon is gem _ Ig dl a am II J • ing, sight seeing or iournament Ueteats End Agflte 3 Friday noon the et at" Dayton' Sky luncheon and style of 19: ;  11 The Eastern Division basketball { for the team were Gerald Pohanka Englerth ............ 29 ring. tournament at Fargo spelled the ] and Gene Troftgruben with 153 Pohanka ............ 84 April 13 at end of the season for the Walsh Ag- I points apiece, Cecil Chally, 124; Brandt ............ 58 gies, while the Grafton Spoilers Rodney Busch, 138. Grove ___ ........... 6 stayed in the running and advanced Erickson ............ 14 free for sholping, sight seeing or visiting friends. group will meet at Dayton's Sky Room for a show. The Ice Follies of 1956 will be attended in the evening. Saturday morning, 8:45 the group will leave Minne- apolis on the Western Star arriving to the state tournament at Minot. The Spoilers, who pIaced third in the Eastern division playoffs, will be pitted against the Western divis- inn's runner-up, Wlliston Coyotes in the first game of the state tourn- merit today at 2 p. m. In the second game the Eastern Division champion Fargo Midgets take on Minot, Western conference tournament consolation winner. To- night it will be Grand Forks vs Bis- I,marck and Wahpeton vs Bismarck I St. Mary's, the Western division tournament champs. BUYS GARAGE / Tre Aggies dropped both games in John Darkow of Park River has/the Eastern tourney. They lost the purchased the garage and service/the first to Grand Forks 75 to 48 station on highway 17 from Harry ] and were eliminated by Wahpeton Lunski, and has taken possession.  82-45. Grafton won its first game I Mr. Lunski plans to leave the city, over Valley City 54-49, dropped the l probably going to Grafton. second to Fargo 53-46 and gained third place with a 69-58 win over Devils Lake. Buy U. S. Savings Bonds. Cecil Chally netted 17 points to ..................................... pace the Agie. against Grand Forks while Schultz. Grinnel and 11 nd l0 point respectively. Aeainst Wahpeton Brandt was the big Aggies point-getter with 14 in Frand Forls at 3 p. m. The cost of the tour is $35.00 and includes hotel lodging for three nights, railroad fare, Ice Follies and Cinerama tickets, bus tours and service and the two noon luncheons. Anyone interested who would like to go on the tour may receive reservations blanks from the Coun- ty Extension Office in Park River. Committee members are Mrs. Bickford Hobhs, Park River: Mrs. Harley Kingsbury, Grafton; and Mrs. Lloyd Erickson, Adams. 58ds c.unters. Hsrin and Dietz ]ed the yOUr wops with 15 and 14 point while teammates Olsen and Bakken hit i for I0 apiece. Review Record The Black and Gold finished their and 17 losses. Top individual scores i!i- ........ :;:T%-';_ "  ..... Henry Clay had casks of OLD The individual scoring record is as follows showing the free throws made and total points: FTA FT TP C. Chally .......... 95 48 124 Hultin .............. 9 4 4 Swanson .......... 45 18 94 Knutson ............ 1 0 O Ferguson ............ 9 2 16 Hunking ............ 4 4 8 B. Troftgruben ...... I0 5 7 season with a record of two wins Morstad ............ l0 6 12 G. Troftgruben .... 139 Busch .............. 100 z,$ Riskey ............ 28 :t Pvt. Joseph Listopad sp day furlough at the ho parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe pad. He left Sunday for ° ville, Fla., where he will course in Naval Air training. Pvt. Listopad basic training at San DieS and combat at Camp Pend KRFF'S CHEEZ WHIZ ..,..... JAR KRAFT'S MACAR00I DIHER 7˝-OZ. BOX 1 KRAFT'S CHEESE Or.., 80Z Barrel Bnmll. o • • * • • PIECE FAIRWAY PICKLES ,60Z Sliced Cucumber . ° , JAR Fruit & Vegetables CABBAGE CARROTS, cello bags ...... 2 LETTUCE, large and firm RADISHES ................................... 2 Extra Special Three merchandise prizes giv- en every Saturday. A chance with every cash purchase of $2 or more. BURES FAIRW00q| Owned end Operated by John Bures Park River. North Dekota €. WINNER S 1st Prize: Mrs. Clara J 2nd Prize: Mary Kozel 3rd Prize: Mrs. Carl I4:.' I FIRST STATE BANK Friends of 4-H The observance of National 4-H Club Week, March 3-11, is an opportunity to salute the more than two million 4-H boys and girls who are taking important strides toward finer citizenship. Whether it be learning better care and operstion of farm equipment or mast- ering a homemaking skill, 4-H members acquire initia. tive, responsibility and leadership• We commend them for their dedication to the fourfold development of Head, Heart, Hands, Health through the 4-H program. Congratulations, 4 - H'ers! BEEF STEAK .................................. VEAL STEAK, shoulder choice ................... .; HOME MADE BOLOGNA ........................ SKINLESS WEINERS ............................. SLICED BACON, Swift's cello ...................... BACON SQUARES .............................. . HILLS BROS. lD MARCH 3-11 IS .. ..... NATIONAL 4-H CLUB WEEK Meats ,!! a A-Grade Round or Sirloin Answer the call Join and Serve OLD CROW DISTILLERY CO., DIV. OF NAT. 01$L PROD. CORP., FRANKFORT, KY. Cross, you we Aere-when first aid can save a life, when strikes; when blood is needed. when a serviceman needs aisle, tance. Won't you lend a hand by jolning-ud joining geo. Remember-your hands help mil- lions every year. crow sent to I 7-oz his home When you join regulaxly | n.s.us., A i ii TkT_/ the Red Cross CHEESE Si00EAI) ...y0_Hu are therel HAPPIES __ 4 d The life di of this &o .**.**..........., NAIA A|n 16-OZ.  woman is h your hands. For h is through youthatRedCro0000 IOWII&M]CJLDER,,y.p POTATO CHIPS....... '5': comes. Who you joia your  PROOl