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THURSDAY;- MARCH 6, 1956 1 Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hurtt and daughter, Betty, were week end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sehuldheisz (Juel Hurtt) in Madelia, Minn. I,he ro00, f l stalled. See us about over weight and reducing problems. Shirley's Beauty Shop, Park River. tf '''*'-'=*"="='"="=" Mr. and Mrs. Herman Moe spent Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wang and children, (Kathy and Donnie) and Clarence Wang, were in Bemidji, Minn., over the week end where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Bode: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly were guests Saturday at a going away party which included the evening at Grand Forks. The group in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Blair Shapman, the week end in East Grand Forks, Minn., visiting his mother, Mrs. Tony Moe, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Anderson. Miss Darlene Langlie and Miss Elaine Eichorst, who had been stay- ing at the Bert Hardy home, moved last week to the apartment in the home of Mrs. Stanley Olufson. Mrs. Harold Garnaas and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bateman and ters, Kaye and Faye, spent last Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Greenwood. t day and Saturday at Oslo, Minn., with her brother-in-law and sister, Guests last Wednesday of Mr. and Mr a . Osowski. LMrs: Harold Garnaas were: Carol] _" nd Mrs Ted ...... otsgard and Glen Udb , L-n;, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell wrote ann T ' J' ...... -" hmr guests on Thursday wer, x# I sn, Warren Lee, spent the week and Mrs. VincQnt Kjalles Adams "lend in Jamestown stayed at the ._  , 5. Ihome of Mrs Garth White and also i and"" eorge .Williams and Mr. [visited other' friends in Jamestown. . -'--- -naries Porter went to [ Wk end visitors at the home of smarck Sunday, until Tuesday Th ere Mr and Mrs i Mrs. William ...' ....... " I omas Charon's w  vJtea ner sister I-t'an Charon and Terry of Lang- -'!l's. _Ethel Keplinger. Mr Porter ton  M wi " Ellin son Mrs Art attenoea an E ........ " , _, ......... ll:s g . . eculve board meet n Ro Frovar n of Well Drip ..... " [ Anderson, Carol a d y p ' ,m-s assomalon. I all of Edinburg. ?Jr. and Mrs Albert Bennington A group oo self-'mwted' guests and daughter Marie returned Sun- gathered at the home of Mrs. Met- dy fo : 5 weeks trip to the {' Wash., visited with Mr. and Mrs. Dam, Kenneth Skorhiem, with Mr. and : Mrs. R. Bellin, (Mary Bennington) at Edmons, Wash.; with the Victor |: Bylin family at Auburn, Wash.; With ,rs. Mabel McEachern in Van eouver, B. C.; with the Lester Campbell family, and Percy Mc- Kays in Los Angles, Calif.: with Robert Myers, San Antonio, Texas and With the Gerald Myers family : in Arlington Texas. vin Jergenson Monday afternoon to help celebrate her birthd'y. A pot- luck lunch was served and the guests presented Mrs. tJergenson with birthday gifts. THANK YOU FRIENDS I want to thank all who visited me. sent gifts and cards while I was a patient at St. Ansgars hos- pital, and to thank Dr. Peltingsrud, the Sisters, our Priests and nureses for the good care. 1 Ruth Wright *FOOD SAVIN6$ - LIKE THESH PEARS PEACH ,.,,. 24m. BOWL CAKE POTATO CHIPS PEAS 2'0037, CATSUP 2 CHEESE rAc' California Sunkist Navel mmm mmt WHORE KERN CORN Oranges 2 Dozen for 69c 2 35 Green Onions 2 Bunches for 13c Quality Meats for Less U. S. Gov't Graded BEEF CHUCK ROAST ..................... Ib 39c GROUND BEEF Ib 35 PURE PORK SAUSAGE ROLLS ............. Ib 25c SKINLESS WEINERS, |-Ib cello pkg .......... Ib 43c FARMDALE SLICED BACON ....... Ib cello pkg 39c WALLEYE PIKE FILLET Ib 69c HALIBUT STEAK ........... Ib 43c PAGE Frv Mr. and Mxs. Olaf Larson and ATTENDS CHURCHMEET 00'=n00ur _ o.w.,,= ..,., - at Moorhead, Minn., and spent at- Eugene Loftsgard were supper Miss Catherine C. Smith of guests at the Ernest Larson home urday and Sunday with the N. C. at Nash on Tuesday. Hoople, conference president of the Woman's Society of Christian Ser- By Mrs. Oluf Olson Wilker family at Grand Forks. Dur- Mr. and Mrs. Fridjon Thorleifson vice in the Methodist churches of Mrs. Reberdia Wallum returned ing her absence her daughter, Miss attended a silver anniversary party North Dakota, left February 27, for home Sunday from Detroit, Mich., Julie Wallum, was a guest in the Sunday at Edinburg for Mr. and Springfield, Ill., to attend the North where she spent days, having gone Einar Thorlacius and Stanley Sten- Mrs. George Berg. Central Jurisdiction meeting, there to attend the funeral of her erson homes. Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sessions were' held Febuary 29 aunt, Mrs. Catherine Meueller. She Garnaas and family were supper through March .2. The meeting be- was also a guest at the home of TO CONDUCT SERVICE guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth gan with a tour of the 'Lincoln her brother, Louis Wilker. On the Rev. Donald Dalzell; former pas- Udby at Lankin. Shrines and continued with busi- way home she visited with Mrs. M. tor of the Park River Baptist church ness and inspirational sessions and his family will be presenting a Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thompson throughout the three days. musical program and speaking at were week end visitors in Alvarado, Want Ads the Grafton Evangelical Free Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Church on Sunday, March 11 at 3 Samuelson, and at Warren, Minn., ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS CASH IN ADVANCE p.m. with Mr. and Mrs. Larry McKinnon. 1. BIDS: The City of Park River, LOST: Scoop shovel. Finder please The "Musical Dalzells" will be The women are sisters. North Dakota, will receive sealed leave at Farmers Elevator or con- using their many electric instru- Mr. and Mrs.  Charles Lindell en- bids for the furnishing of equip- tact A. O. Gaarder, Park River. ments and vocal arrangements tertained 12 guests Sunday at a ment for Water Treatment and which are presented on their week- birthday dinner complete with Purification installation at Park HAY FOR SALE: 500 SOl. bals. 1954 ly radio program. with birthday cake and trimmings River, North Dakota, until 8 p.m., hay. Joseph Kratochvil, Lankin, N. for their son, Johnnie, 2. April 2nd, 1956 at the Council D. Plan for Tour Rooms, City Hall, Park River, North Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dub Jr., drove to Grafton Sunday, where they Dakota, at which time and place all The Community Homemakers were sponsors at the baptism for bids will be publicly opened and For Sale: Used GE Refrigerator 8 the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. :ead aloud, cu ft. Used round tub Maytag HomemakersClUb made planStour toMndaYMinneapolisfr ina 2. SCOPE OF MATERIALS: The washer. Used elee range. Malde & April. Tommy Watkins, the name given naterials will consist of the follow- Sharpe, city was Patti Jean, Father Garland, Homemakers from Walsh and baptized the baby. ing equipment: (a) Coagulation, Nelson counties will make the trip. Sedimentation, Recarbonation and WANTED: Girl or woman to care The meeting Monday was at Mrs. Mrs. Mike Magnuson and Mrs. Filtration equipment including steel /'or one child. 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., Ambrose Spoonland's home. Mrs. Stephnia Thorlacious, Edinburg tanks for housing this equipment, fly.-  days a week. John Ferguson. Joyce Fritzler, home extension went to Halliday Saturday to spend rated at 300 gpm as outlined in City. Phone 36221. agent, gave a leson on enameling some time visiting Mrs. Magnus- specifications. Available in the area of Park River. copper. Mrs. Woodrow Moffett was son's, Ernest Magnusson and family. 3. pLANS AND SPECIFICA- ] The two women are sisters. TIONS: Plans, specifications, form 2 spinet pianos. One blond and one chairman of entertainment which Mr. and Mrs. Norman McPherson ] of proposal and other contract docu- dark wood. Both like new. Present included a series of contests. Prizes and Mrs. James Skyrud of Adams [ merits are on file in the office of the 1 owners moving West. Continue were won by Mrs. Fritz]er and ?drs. monthly payments or discount for Spoon]and. Mrs. Harry Larson re- were joint hostesses Sunday at a City Auditor at Park River, North cash. Write or call J. M. Wylie Pi- ceivcd the punctuality prize. Mrs. inner at the McPherson home. Dakota, or at the office of K. B. Guests were Mrs. William Powers, MacKichan & Associates, Engineer, ano Co., Box 1346, Fargo, N. D. * Harry Laraon, president, conducted Lawton; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kritz- 211 North Fifth Street, Grand Forks, - ........................................ the business meeting. Luuch was burger, Hillsboro; James Skyrud, North Dakota Copies of the docu- _ _ _ scrv:d. I Adams; Joe Lykken, Edinburg. ments may be obtained at a cost of HELP WANTED A birthday dinner on SUnday, 155.00 for the first set (not refund- honoring Mrs. Blair Chapman, andable) and $5.00 for each additional Someone to sell insurance, Michael McGuigan, at the home of set (not refundable), full or part time. Company ] VIr. and Mrs. Blair Chapman. Other 4. CERTIFIED CHECK: Each wants to develop this terri- .,,uets were Mr. and Mrs. Wm bid must be accompanied by a certi- tory. Write Riehm & Vickers Skjerven Sr., the W. C. Skjerven fled check on some solvent bank Agency, 1O Roberts St. Fargo, Guigan and Mr. and Mrs. Mel within the state of North Dakota North Dakota. family, Mr. and Mrs. James Me- for not less than five percent of ...... TONITE FRI. SAT. Herzog and Douglas, Concrete, N.D. the amount of the bid made pay- able to the Mayor of the City of HOSPITAL NEWS NOTES Park River, North Dakota, as a ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS .4 uarantee that the bidder will enter 1. BIDS: The City of Park River m s Births--A boy March 3 to Mr. and into a contract for the furnishing of North Dakota, will receive sealed    Mrs. John Lein, Park River. [said materials, bids for the construction of Public A boy March 4 to Mr. and Mrs. 5. TIME OF DELIVERY: The de- Bath and Bath House at Park River, Raymond Foerster, Conway. livery of all equipment herein North Dakota, until 8 p. m. March ADMITTED specified will be accomplished as 28, 1956 at the Council Rooms, City Surgical--Mrs. Lloyd Mandt, Park indicated in the proposal summary. Hall, Park River, North Dakota, at River. 6. REJECTION OF BIDS: The which time and place all bids will MedicalRichard Bateman, Mrs. City of Park River, North Dakota, be publicily opened and read aloud. Nettle Borgesson, Peter Shaw, reserves the right to hold all bids 2. SCOPE OF WORK: The work Keith Simon all of Park River, Hen. a period of 60 days after the date will consist of furnishing all labor ning Gunhus, Edinburg, Mrs. How- of the proposal, waive any lrregu- and materials and performing all ard Clapp, Adams. larities, and reject any or all bids work for the completion of a Bath RELEASED or parts thereof. House and Public Bath. Peter Herum, Mrs. s;erre Nyland 7. PAYMENT FOR WORK: The 3. PLANS, DRAWINGS, AND Henning Gunhus, Mrs. Jerome cll for bids shall be upon the basis SPECIFICATIONS: Plans, specifica- Lund, Mrs. T. F. Meagher, Mrs. Net- [ of cash payment for the work. tions, form of proposal and other tie Borgeson, Richard Bateman, [ Dated this 5th day of March 1956 contract documents are on file in Frank Matejcek, Oliver Rudd, Ruth.]City of P,rk River. North Dakota the office o the City Auditor at SUN. MON. TUES Wriht,Mrs. Lawrence Hajicek anl'  ELSIE J. CAWOOD Park River, North Dakota, or at the MARCH I 1-12-13 -baby, Mrs. John Lien and baby. City Auditor office of L. Richmond, Consultating CONTINUOUS SHOWING Engineer, Grand Forks, North Da- SUNDAY FROM 2:45 kota. Copies of the documents may be obtained at a cost of $15.00 for - Teaches each set of dom, lments. , 4. CERTIFIED CHECK: Each bid must be accompanied by a certi- fied check on some solvent bank within the state of North Dakota - for not less than five percent of the amount of the bid made payable 00l][I to the Mayor of the City of Park River, North Dakota, as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract for the work. iNIX 5. START OF WORK AND TIME OF COMPLETION: Work shall be started within ten days after a date t be specified in a written order from the Sponsor and shall be fully completed within 40 working days. 6. REJECTION OF BIDS: The EVERY WEDNESDAY City of Park River, North Dakota, IS TAKE A CHANCE reserves the right to hold all bids ADMISSION a period of thirty days after the Adulh and Students 300 day fixed for the opening thereof, Chilcem 15(: waive any irregularities, and reject any or all bids or parts thereof. COMING SOON 7. PAYMENT FOR WORK: The call for bids shall be upon the basis SUN. MON. TUES. of cash payment for the work. MARCH 18 19 - 20 This is what one young 4-H'er wrote on "What Citizen- 8. BIDDER'S BOND: Each bid shall be accompanied by a bidders   ]O& ship Means to Me": bond, running to the City of Park |---#- m, m River, North Dakota, in a sum equal ,', g,r I'm learning the meaning of citizenship by adventure to 100% of the total bid.  Dated this March 1, ]956 .... an adventure with a Holstein calf, which my father . City of Park River. North Dakota :'L*iJa|$,,--,,[crb, BM gave me for a 4-H project. I'm trying to do a good job ELSIE J. CATHERWOOD ,,,i,,lBrod,Cm, a City Auditor of raising her, so I can make money without being a , nuisance in my home or neighborhood. -',../*,a,,.,,-,.#...%,, .......... I have been told how important it is to keep her from getting loose on the neighbors' fields or the public A GO00 road. My parents call that "civic responsibility." Grooming my calf regularly and training her to pose , for Show Day is what my 4-H leader calls "noticing Address details.,, And finishing my calf chores in time for school is "promptness." With the adventure I have caring for my calf, "citi- zenship" doesn't look like such a forbidding word after all! whether for a night, I try to learn new ways of tying her for grazing, a week, a month or This is "initiative." Giving her plenty of feed, bedding, a year ........ and exercise develops "industry and dependablity." Caring for my sisters calves is cooperation or "help- fulness.' HOTEL FARGOAN Fargo, North Dakota THURSDAY;- MARCH 6, 1956 1 Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hurtt and daughter, Betty, were week end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sehuldheisz (Juel Hurtt) in Madelia, Minn. I,he ro00, f l stalled. See us about over weight and reducing problems. Shirley's Beauty Shop, Park River. tf '''*'-'=*"="='"="=" Mr. and Mrs. Herman Moe spent Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wang and children, (Kathy and Donnie) and Clarence Wang, were in Bemidji, Minn., over the week end where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Bode: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly were guests Saturday at a going away party which included the evening at Grand Forks. The group in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Blair Shapman, the week end in East Grand Forks, Minn., visiting his mother, Mrs. Tony Moe, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Anderson. Miss Darlene Langlie and Miss Elaine Eichorst, who had been stay- ing at the Bert Hardy home, moved last week to the apartment in the home of Mrs. Stanley Olufson. Mrs. Harold Garnaas and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bateman and ters, Kaye and Faye, spent last Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Greenwood. t day and Saturday at Oslo, Minn., with her brother-in-law and sister, Guests last Wednesday of Mr. and Mr a . Osowski. LMrs: Harold Garnaas were: Carol] _" nd Mrs Ted ...... otsgard and Glen Udb , L-n;, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell wrote ann T ' J' ...... -" hmr guests on Thursday wer, x# I sn, Warren Lee, spent the week and Mrs. VincQnt Kjalles Adams "lend in Jamestown stayed at the ._  , 5. Ihome of Mrs Garth White and also i and"" eorge .Williams and Mr. [visited other' friends in Jamestown. . -'--- -naries Porter went to [ Wk end visitors at the home of smarck Sunday, until Tuesday Th ere Mr and Mrs i Mrs. William ...' ....... " I omas Charon's w  vJtea ner sister I-t'an Charon and Terry of Lang- -'!l's. _Ethel Keplinger. Mr Porter ton  M wi " Ellin son Mrs Art attenoea an E ........ " , _, ......... ll:s g . . eculve board meet n Ro Frovar n of Well Drip ..... " [ Anderson, Carol a d y p ' ,m-s assomalon. I all of Edinburg. ?Jr. and Mrs Albert Bennington A group oo self-'mwted' guests and daughter Marie returned Sun- gathered at the home of Mrs. Met- dy fo : 5 weeks trip to the {' Wash., visited with Mr. and Mrs. Dam, Kenneth Skorhiem, with Mr. and : Mrs. R. Bellin, (Mary Bennington) at Edmons, Wash.; with the Victor |: Bylin family at Auburn, Wash.; With ,rs. Mabel McEachern in Van eouver, B. C.; with the Lester Campbell family, and Percy Mc- Kays in Los Angles, Calif.: with Robert Myers, San Antonio, Texas and With the Gerald Myers family : in Arlington Texas. vin Jergenson Monday afternoon to help celebrate her birthd'y. A pot- luck lunch was served and the guests presented Mrs. tJergenson with birthday gifts. THANK YOU FRIENDS I want to thank all who visited me. sent gifts and cards while I was a patient at St. Ansgars hos- pital, and to thank Dr. Peltingsrud, the Sisters, our Priests and nureses for the good care. 1 Ruth Wright *FOOD SAVIN6$ - LIKE THESH PEARS PEACH ,.,,. 24m. BOWL CAKE POTATO CHIPS PEAS 2'0037, CATSUP 2 CHEESE rAc' California Sunkist Navel mmm mmt WHORE KERN CORN Oranges 2 Dozen for 69c 2 35 Green Onions 2 Bunches for 13c Quality Meats for Less U. S. Gov't Graded BEEF CHUCK ROAST ..................... Ib 39c GROUND BEEF Ib 35 PURE PORK SAUSAGE ROLLS ............. Ib 25c SKINLESS WEINERS, |-Ib cello pkg .......... Ib 43c FARMDALE SLICED BACON ....... Ib cello pkg 39c WALLEYE PIKE FILLET Ib 69c HALIBUT STEAK ........... Ib 43c PAGE Frv Mr. and Mxs. Olaf Larson and ATTENDS CHURCHMEET 00'=n00ur _ o.w.,,= ..,., - at Moorhead, Minn., and spent at- Eugene Loftsgard were supper Miss Catherine C. Smith of guests at the Ernest Larson home urday and Sunday with the N. C. at Nash on Tuesday. Hoople, conference president of the Woman's Society of Christian Ser- By Mrs. Oluf Olson Wilker family at Grand Forks. Dur- Mr. and Mrs. Fridjon Thorleifson vice in the Methodist churches of Mrs. Reberdia Wallum returned ing her absence her daughter, Miss attended a silver anniversary party North Dakota, left February 27, for home Sunday from Detroit, Mich., Julie Wallum, was a guest in the Sunday at Edinburg for Mr. and Springfield, Ill., to attend the North where she spent days, having gone Einar Thorlacius and Stanley Sten- Mrs. George Berg. Central Jurisdiction meeting, there to attend the funeral of her erson homes. Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sessions were' held Febuary 29 aunt, Mrs. Catherine Meueller. She Garnaas and family were supper through March .2. The meeting be- was also a guest at the home of TO CONDUCT SERVICE guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth gan with a tour of the 'Lincoln her brother, Louis Wilker. On the Rev. Donald Dalzell; former pas- Udby at Lankin. Shrines and continued with busi- way home she visited with Mrs. M. tor of the Park River Baptist church ness and inspirational sessions and his family will be presenting a Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thompson throughout the three days. musical program and speaking at were week end visitors in Alvarado, Want Ads the Grafton Evangelical Free Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Church on Sunday, March 11 at 3 Samuelson, and at Warren, Minn., ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS CASH IN ADVANCE p.m. with Mr. and Mrs. Larry McKinnon. 1. BIDS: The City of Park River, LOST: Scoop shovel. Finder please The "Musical Dalzells" will be The women are sisters. North Dakota, will receive sealed leave at Farmers Elevator or con- using their many electric instru- Mr. and Mrs.  Charles Lindell en- bids for the furnishing of equip- tact A. O. Gaarder, Park River. ments and vocal arrangements tertained 12 guests Sunday at a ment for Water Treatment and which are presented on their week- birthday dinner complete with Purification installation at Park HAY FOR SALE: 500 SOl. bals. 1954 ly radio program. with birthday cake and trimmings River, North Dakota, until 8 p.m., hay. Joseph Kratochvil, Lankin, N. for their son, Johnnie, 2. April 2nd, 1956 at the Council D. Plan for Tour Rooms, City Hall, Park River, North Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dub Jr., drove to Grafton Sunday, where they Dakota, at which time and place all The Community Homemakers were sponsors at the baptism for bids will be publicly opened and For Sale: Used GE Refrigerator 8 the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. :ead aloud, cu ft. Used round tub Maytag HomemakersClUb made planStour toMndaYMinneapolisfr ina 2. SCOPE OF MATERIALS: The washer. Used elee range. Malde & April. Tommy Watkins, the name given naterials will consist of the follow- Sharpe, city was Patti Jean, Father Garland, Homemakers from Walsh and baptized the baby. ing equipment: (a) Coagulation, Nelson counties will make the trip. Sedimentation, Recarbonation and WANTED: Girl or woman to care The meeting Monday was at Mrs. Mrs. Mike Magnuson and Mrs. Filtration equipment including steel /'or one child. 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., Ambrose Spoonland's home. Mrs. Stephnia Thorlacious, Edinburg tanks for housing this equipment, fly.-  days a week. John Ferguson. Joyce Fritzler, home extension went to Halliday Saturday to spend rated at 300 gpm as outlined in City. Phone 36221. agent, gave a leson on enameling some time visiting Mrs. Magnus- specifications. Available in the area of Park River. copper. Mrs. Woodrow Moffett was son's, Ernest Magnusson and family. 3. pLANS AND SPECIFICA- ] The two women are sisters. TIONS: Plans, specifications, form 2 spinet pianos. One blond and one chairman of entertainment which Mr. and Mrs. Norman McPherson ] of proposal and other contract docu- dark wood. Both like new. Present included a series of contests. Prizes and Mrs. James Skyrud of Adams [ merits are on file in the office of the 1 owners moving West. Continue were won by Mrs. Fritz]er and ?drs. monthly payments or discount for Spoon]and. Mrs. Harry Larson re- were joint hostesses Sunday at a City Auditor at Park River, North cash. Write or call J. M. Wylie Pi- ceivcd the punctuality prize. Mrs. inner at the McPherson home. Dakota, or at the office of K. B. Guests were Mrs. William Powers, MacKichan & Associates, Engineer, ano Co., Box 1346, Fargo, N. D. * Harry Laraon, president, conducted Lawton; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kritz- 211 North Fifth Street, Grand Forks, - ........................................ the business meeting. Luuch was burger, Hillsboro; James Skyrud, North Dakota Copies of the docu- _ _ _ scrv:d. I Adams; Joe Lykken, Edinburg. ments may be obtained at a cost of HELP WANTED A birthday dinner on SUnday, 155.00 for the first set (not refund- honoring Mrs. Blair Chapman, andable) and $5.00 for each additional Someone to sell insurance, Michael McGuigan, at the home of set (not refundable), full or part time. Company ] VIr. and Mrs. Blair Chapman. Other 4. CERTIFIED CHECK: Each wants to develop this terri- .,,uets were Mr. and Mrs. Wm bid must be accompanied by a certi- tory. Write Riehm & Vickers Skjerven Sr., the W. C. Skjerven fled check on some solvent bank Agency, 1O Roberts St. Fargo, Guigan and Mr. and Mrs. Mel within the state of North Dakota North Dakota. family, Mr. and Mrs. James Me- for not less than five percent of ...... TONITE FRI. SAT. Herzog and Douglas, Concrete, N.D. the amount of the bid made pay- able to the Mayor of the City of HOSPITAL NEWS NOTES Park River, North Dakota, as a ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS .4 uarantee that the bidder will enter 1. BIDS: The City of Park River m s Births--A boy March 3 to Mr. and into a contract for the furnishing of North Dakota, will receive sealed    Mrs. John Lein, Park River. [said materials, bids for the construction of Public A boy March 4 to Mr. and Mrs. 5. TIME OF DELIVERY: The de- Bath and Bath House at Park River, Raymond Foerster, Conway. livery of all equipment herein North Dakota, until 8 p. m. March ADMITTED specified will be accomplished as 28, 1956 at the Council Rooms, City Surgical--Mrs. Lloyd Mandt, Park indicated in the proposal summary. Hall, Park River, North Dakota, at River. 6. REJECTION OF BIDS: The which time and place all bids will MedicalRichard Bateman, Mrs. City of Park River, North Dakota, be publicily opened and read aloud. Nettle Borgesson, Peter Shaw, reserves the right to hold all bids 2. SCOPE OF WORK: The work Keith Simon all of Park River, Hen. a period of 60 days after the date will consist of furnishing all labor ning Gunhus, Edinburg, Mrs. How- of the proposal, waive any lrregu- and materials and performing all ard Clapp, Adams. larities, and reject any or all bids work for the completion of a Bath RELEASED or parts thereof. House and Public Bath. Peter Herum, Mrs. s;erre Nyland 7. PAYMENT FOR WORK: The 3. PLANS, DRAWINGS, AND Henning Gunhus, Mrs. Jerome cll for bids shall be upon the basis SPECIFICATIONS: Plans, specifica- Lund, Mrs. T. F. Meagher, Mrs. Net- [ of cash payment for the work. tions, form of proposal and other tie Borgeson, Richard Bateman, [ Dated this 5th day of March 1956 contract documents are on file in Frank Matejcek, Oliver Rudd, Ruth.]City of P,rk River. North Dakota the office o the City Auditor at SUN. MON. TUES Wriht,Mrs. Lawrence Hajicek anl'  ELSIE J. CAWOOD Park River, North Dakota, or at the MARCH I 1-12-13 -baby, Mrs. John Lien and baby. City Auditor office of L. Richmond, Consultating CONTINUOUS SHOWING Engineer, Grand Forks, North Da- SUNDAY FROM 2:45 kota. Copies of the documents may be obtained at a cost of $15.00 for - Teaches each set of dom, lments. , 4. CERTIFIED CHECK: Each bid must be accompanied by a certi- fied check on some solvent bank within the state of North Dakota - for not less than five percent of the amount of the bid made payable 00l][I to the Mayor of the City of Park River, North Dakota, as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract for the work. iNIX 5. START OF WORK AND TIME OF COMPLETION: Work shall be started within ten days after a date t be specified in a written order from the Sponsor and shall be fully completed within 40 working days. 6. REJECTION OF BIDS: The EVERY WEDNESDAY City of Park River, North Dakota, IS TAKE A CHANCE reserves the right to hold all bids ADMISSION a period of thirty days after the Adulh and Students 300 day fixed for the opening thereof, Chilcem 15(: waive any irregularities, and reject any or all bids or parts thereof. COMING SOON 7. PAYMENT FOR WORK: The call for bids shall be upon the basis SUN. MON. TUES. of cash payment for the work. MARCH 18 19 - 20 This is what one young 4-H'er wrote on "What Citizen- 8. BIDDER'S BOND: Each bid shall be accompanied by a bidders   ]O& ship Means to Me": bond, running to the City of Park |---#- m, m River, North Dakota, in a sum equal ,', g,r I'm learning the meaning of citizenship by adventure to 100% of the total bid.  Dated this March 1, ]956 .... an adventure with a Holstein calf, which my father . City of Park River. North Dakota :'L*iJa|$,,--,,[crb, BM gave me for a 4-H project. I'm trying to do a good job ELSIE J. CATHERWOOD ,,,i,,lBrod,Cm, a City Auditor of raising her, so I can make money without being a , nuisance in my home or neighborhood. -',../*,a,,.,,-,.#...%,, .......... I have been told how important it is to keep her from getting loose on the neighbors' fields or the public A GO00 road. My parents call that "civic responsibility." Grooming my calf regularly and training her to pose , for Show Day is what my 4-H leader calls "noticing Address details.,, And finishing my calf chores in time for school is "promptness." With the adventure I have caring for my calf, "citi- zenship" doesn't look like such a forbidding word after all! whether for a night, I try to learn new ways of tying her for grazing, a week, a month or This is "initiative." Giving her plenty of feed, bedding, a year ........ and exercise develops "industry and dependablity." Caring for my sisters calves is cooperation or "help- fulness.' HOTEL FARGOAN Fargo, North Dakota