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1 7 p. m. LDR girls meet at 7:30. I March 14: LCR boys & Elrls meet ater school Thursday after school, junior choir meets at the church. Saturday: Sr. Confirmation class ST, PETER EPISCOPAL Morning worship at 9:45. Rev. S. A. Glasgow, rector FEDERATED CHURCH Service Sunday, 11 a.n Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Rev. Everett C. I-L Owens, Pastor EDINBURG PARISH ELC Sunday, March 4: Trinity, 9:30 a. m. Odalen 11:10 a. m. Rev. Roe or Tompto of Concor- dia College will preach. BETHEL BAPTIST Henry A. Bober, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Classes for all ages. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Youth Evangelistic service 7:45. Midweek prayer and Bible study each Wednesday at 8 p. m. in the church. All welcome. ST.. MARY'S CATHOLIC Masses Sundays during the win- ter at 9 a. m. and 10:30 a. m. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Saturdays during Lent, Way of The Cross 7:30 p. m. in the church. Wednesdays during Lent: Rosary and Benediction, 7:30 p. m. Rev. J. J. O'Meara, pastor PARK RIVER LUTHERAN Parch Rev. Leonard E. Smestad, pastor The Parish: Parish Lenten Ser- vices are held at Our Saviour's every Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. The general theme is, "On the Way --with Christ". The Confirmation Classes meet on Saturday at 9:30 a. m. and 11 a. m. Parish worship services are held at Our Saviour's every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. and 11 a m. The sermon theme next Sun- day is, "Bread for the Hungry". The Parish Senior L. D. R. meets on Tuesday in the Fellowship Room with Mrs. Dennis Olson and Mrs. Howard Johnson as hosteses. Our Saviour's: Thursday: (today) The Ladies Aid will meet at 2:30 p. m. Ladies are asked to bring their i Missien Boxes. The Carol Choir is[ at 3:30 p. m. the Jr. Choir at 7 p. m. and the Sr. Choir at 8 p.m. I Sunday: 10:45 a.m. Sunday School. I 7 p. m, the Sr. Luther League meets I at the church to go on a Mystery Caravan. Monday: 7 p. m. the Board of Deacons will meet. 8 p. m. the Board of Trustees will meet. Wednesday: Circle No. 6 will meet immediately following the Lenten Service with Mrs. Vernon Halvor- n and Mrs. Elmo Setness as hostesses. Golden Valley: Friday: The La- dies Aid will meet at 2:30 p. m. HOOPLE CHURCI NEWS Rev. James R. Sonnenberg, pastor First Lutheran: Service 9:30 a. m. Sunday School, 10:30. Wed. 7 p. m. girls chorus meets. Lenten service 8 p. m. March 12: Church board meets at meets at 9 a.m. Jr. Confirmation class meets at 10:30 a.m. Worship service at II o'clock on Park Center: Sunday School 10:00 March II. Sunday school at 10. March 8: Ladies aid at 2:30. pot luck lunch. Bring mission boxes. Thursday evenings: Lenten ser- vice 8 p. m. Friday, 4:15, Confirmation class meets at Berg's. 1ext meeting Mar. 16th. Hvideso, Stnlday school at 9:45 worship (March 18) at 11 o'clock. Wednesday evenings, 8 o'clock Lenten service at Hoople. Wed. Evenings at Park Center, at 8 o'clock. Welcome. Sat. Sr. confirmation class 9 a. m. Juniors meet at 10:30, EDINBURG FREE CHURCH L. B. Underbakke, Pastor Garfield: Worship service March 11 at 2:30 with Luther League. Len- ten service each Thursday evening in Edinburg at 8 o'clock. St. Peter: Lenten service each Tuesday evening at the church at 8 o'clock. Aadalen: Lenten servicee ach Thursday at the church in Fairdale at 2:45 p. m. Hitterdal: Worship service, March II at 11 a. m. Lenten service March 14 at the Marvin Bakken home at 8 p. m. Luther League officers meet at the Joseph Axvig home this Sat- urday at 2 p. m. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Thursday, 7:30, Lenten services. The teme "Loneliness." Joint choir rehearsal at Zion. Friday, 4:30 Jr. Confirmation at the Walstad school. Saturday 9 a. m. Senior confirmation at the Walstad school. Sunday, March 11, Sunday school at 10 a. m. Worship service at 11. March 14: Ladies aid. Hostesses: Mrs. Hilda Berg, Mrs. Henry Gro- van and Mrs. Art Tallackson. Joint Lenten service at South Trinity at 7:30. Joint choir rehearsal 8:30 at South Trinity. South Trinity: March 11, Worship services at 9:30; Sunday school at 10:30: Family Night at 7:30. A spe- cial lenten skit has been prepared, a film The Crucifixion" will be shown and the junior and senior confirmation classes will have a special part in the program. Wed. March 4: :r. & Sr. confir- mation classes. Joint Lenten ser- vices at 7:30 and joint choir rehear- sal at 8:30 at So. Trinity. Oliver E. Johnson, pastor EEDINBURG CHURCH SERVICES Sunday, March I1: Trinity, Edin- burg at 9:30 Odalen: 11:10 a. m. Dr. Thomte of Concordia College will preach. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wilkes were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Swenson and family, and Mr. and Mrs. George Swenson of Munich. ___ ma I \\;j-J OIL SALE --C--  HOME "US _.....-,z.]/_lll  ban: Y, it'. U IIBA.--- to vy iu with t k- amazing uns-up o: re- --..-(t-.----1: duosd oll ppioss. Sow's _r'Jr-'--i.All the ta for you to buy E [/'/,'. ll t h e s e pennant - winning .:)"' " I oils and greases at a tre- :::: -- \\;\\\l/llll! mendous saving. Every l/l/J member of this hard-hit,  ( ] ting lubrication team is   a seasoned veteran with     years of research and on* I IJl |  the-job know-how behind :::,   it. Join this team of -  F---  champions today. You II be happy you did. *: SAVE SAVE 1 per00. on on grease oe purehase of 10 or maw ol purchase of 10 or more of .it I1  ' REG. NOW CENEX 10W-30 .............. $ .89 S .82 CENEX ......................... 81 .74 CHILPRUF 5W-20 ................ 86 .79 CO-OP 100 .................... 77 .70 SUPERLUBE 2 .................. 1.02 .95 APL S-I ........................ 86 .77 AP GEAR LUBE ................ 1.02 .95 MULTI-GREASE-W, 100 lb. drum 18.75 17.7S CHASSIS LUBE, 100 lb. dcum .... 14.75 13.7S "OTHEit OILS AND GREASES ALSO SALE PRICED Prices shown are drum prica Te pe gaL savinp also in other  ooDtaers in quantiUe oYew 10 lc. Add 6o par gal. Fed, TI to above pxicee.  ht hlEher in &0at. Ie Wy, and W Farmers hien 0il Co. Pm'k River, 14er DMm41'* WALSa COUNTY I PARK RIVER, NORTa DAKOTA THURSDAY, MARCH a Lankin Local News Items By Catherine Matejcek Mr. and Mrs Ted Sobolik and family were Grand Forks shoppers Feb. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trenda of Grand Forks were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lapic on Feb. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gerstner and daughters of Whitman were Lankin callers Feb. 29. Mrs. Bill Janas of Bagley, Minn., spent several days at the Stanley Kotaska home with her mother, Mrs. Mary Sticka. Mrs. Dorn Sticka entertained at a party for her aunt, Marion Chlou- pek Thursday. Guests were Mrs. Francis Spike, Mrs. Anna Vasichek, Mrs. Mary Trouba, Mrs. Bill Ma- chart and Mrs. Charles Rose. Lunch was served by Mrs. Sticha. Evening guests at the Joseph Kratochvil home Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Max Waith and Mrs. George Dvorak. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lala of Michigan visited with Mrs. Mary Sticka Thursday. The Farmers Union local met at the club rooms March 1 with Max Waith, the new president presiding. Harold McLaughlin is the new sec- retary and treasurer. The local vot- ed contributions to the state legis- lative fund and to Radio .Free Eu- rope. Plans were made for a card arty to be held March 15. Lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trends of Grand Forks visited with Mrs. Mary Sticha Saturday, March 3. They were accompanied here by Mrs. Mary Trenda of Mound. Minn. She remained for a few days with Mrs. Sticha. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bina and Mickey spent Saturday and Sunday March 3 and 4, at Grand Forks. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dvorak and family of Grand Forks and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bosh and Judy of Michigan were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kotaska, Sunday, March 4. Harold Matejcek and Melvin Malafa were callers in Fargo Mon- day. March 5. Mr. and Mrs. Dorn Sticka, Mrs. Frank Sticka, Mrs. Charles Rose and daughter, Sandra, were callers in Fareo Feb. 27. County Superintendent A. G. Strand was guest speaker at the Parent Teachers Association held Monday, Feb. 27, in the high school assembly. His topic was "The Bet- terment of Schools." A pot luck lunch was served after the busi- ness meeting. The next meeting will be held March 13 at which time movies will be shown. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Novak and son, Wayne, visited at the Lloyd Cost home in Fordville and with Mr. and Mrs. Albin Praska in Fisek Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rose and Bill and John Rose were callers in Grand Forks Thursday. They called on Frank Rose, a patient at the Dea- coness hospital there. Ice Fishing Ends Sunday, March 11 The winter ice fishing season ends Sunday, March 11, Deputy Game Warden Orville Simon, Park River, noted this week. Simon said that there have been only a few fish houses on Homme Lake this winter and that ice fish- ermen in general have not had very good luck. However, ice fishing hs been better on the Red River near Grand Forks. Fish house licenses for the cur- rent winter fishing period expire March 11 and regulations state that the houses must be removed from the ice within 15 days after the licenses expire (March 26). Bid Openings , Include Three Walsh Road Three Waish county road were among the 20 road tion projects on which the Dakota state highway opened bids last Friday. The county jobs, and the ders, included: County road from Pisek to Conway, 6,835 miles gravel s ing, Joe Mayo & Son, Gt-nt 1 Mont., $14,653.15. County road from Forest 1 north, 5.355 miles gravel surfat Clarence Wiseman, Lakota, 486.75. The closed period is on game Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Blasky of species (northern pike, walleyes, County road from Lankin na McHenry. N. D., visited with Mrs. sauger, black bass and trout). The 6.125 miles gravel surfacing, M ....... season on those species is closed Mayo & Son, $12,695.91. ary Cuna lI(rt Loanne and from March 12 until May 11, both The low bidder on a projed Mrs. s . : .... ill dates inclusive. However the sea- Pembina county, on N. D. 18, Louis Jon visitea wtn nars  ,, ' north an 13 . " son o mack bass witl not open Neche d south, for ' Lapic Friday. _ , -[until June 16 since these fish miles base and asphaltic con' [ Mr and Mrs Ludwig Trenda and ' was ,. .  ..... I spawn later than the others. The surfacing, Northern Imp llCKy spent rnursaay In Lrana , ! ] season does not close on any other merit Co., Fargo. The firm s bid ! . . : FDk;othy Vasichek a student nurse I speczes of fish. i $399,344.73. ..! at St. Michale s hospital in Grand l .... i' ' Forks spent the week end visiting uu,l,I,,,.I,,g,,t,t* her sisters and brother at the Anna Vnsichek home. She accompanied $ Kindergarten Registration Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aslakson of Edmore t Grnd Forks Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Trena of Brocket visited with Mrs. Mary Sticka who is ill. Mrs. Trends re- mained with her mother for a few days. Denartment Gives '55 Disease Report Pneumonia, infections hepatitis tuberculosis led the communicable diseases in Walsh County in 1955, according to a statistical report of :the division of preventable diseases i of the state health department there were 27 cases of pneumonia in the county during the year, nine cases of infectious hepatitis and five cas- es of tuberculosis. Pneumonia also was up on a statewide basis to 3,911 cases from 3,522 cases in 1954. Polio dropped to 63 cases from 119 cases the prev- ious year. Other diseases listed in Walsh county in 1955 were; gonorrhea, 3; meningitis. 2; septic s. throat, 2; syphilis, 2. SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO." 78 I have a child who will enter Grade 1 in the Park River Elementary School in September. I now wish to i register for Kindergarten. Name of Child Date of Birth Morning or Afternoon Session Parents' Signature Fill in this coupon and return to O. L. McGowan, Principal, Park River Elementary School. All children who will have attained the age of sii years on or before midnight of Dec. 31, 1956, are re- quired to register and attend kindergarten April through May 25. START THE DAY RIGHT WITH HOT BUTTERED ! tueethe t Toast "  ::' .: " i '' It's just the most for ./I ,, Golden Brown Toast -. . . '/. \\; I d say it s way out ahead- e %V :w. do mean Sweetheart Bread k /// )ESK at th Vant and Servl Blw 'or 1% '-6-if- table with er, ] 1 7 p. m. LDR girls meet at 7:30. I March 14: LCR boys & Elrls meet ater school Thursday after school, junior choir meets at the church. Saturday: Sr. Confirmation class ST, PETER EPISCOPAL Morning worship at 9:45. Rev. S. A. Glasgow, rector FEDERATED CHURCH Service Sunday, 11 a.n Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Rev. Everett C. I-L Owens, Pastor EDINBURG PARISH ELC Sunday, March 4: Trinity, 9:30 a. m. Odalen 11:10 a. m. Rev. Roe or Tompto of Concor- dia College will preach. BETHEL BAPTIST Henry A. Bober, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Classes for all ages. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Youth Evangelistic service 7:45. Midweek prayer and Bible study each Wednesday at 8 p. m. in the church. All welcome. ST.. MARY'S CATHOLIC Masses Sundays during the win- ter at 9 a. m. and 10:30 a. m. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Saturdays during Lent, Way of The Cross 7:30 p. m. in the church. Wednesdays during Lent: Rosary and Benediction, 7:30 p. m. Rev. J. J. O'Meara, pastor PARK RIVER LUTHERAN Parch Rev. Leonard E. Smestad, pastor The Parish: Parish Lenten Ser- vices are held at Our Saviour's every Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. The general theme is, "On the Way --with Christ". The Confirmation Classes meet on Saturday at 9:30 a. m. and 11 a. m. Parish worship services are held at Our Saviour's every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. and 11 a m. The sermon theme next Sun- day is, "Bread for the Hungry". The Parish Senior L. D. R. meets on Tuesday in the Fellowship Room with Mrs. Dennis Olson and Mrs. Howard Johnson as hosteses. Our Saviour's: Thursday: (today) The Ladies Aid will meet at 2:30 p. m. Ladies are asked to bring their i Missien Boxes. The Carol Choir is[ at 3:30 p. m. the Jr. Choir at 7 p. m. and the Sr. Choir at 8 p.m. I Sunday: 10:45 a.m. Sunday School. I 7 p. m, the Sr. Luther League meets I at the church to go on a Mystery Caravan. Monday: 7 p. m. the Board of Deacons will meet. 8 p. m. the Board of Trustees will meet. Wednesday: Circle No. 6 will meet immediately following the Lenten Service with Mrs. Vernon Halvor- n and Mrs. Elmo Setness as hostesses. Golden Valley: Friday: The La- dies Aid will meet at 2:30 p. m. HOOPLE CHURCI NEWS Rev. James R. Sonnenberg, pastor First Lutheran: Service 9:30 a. m. Sunday School, 10:30. Wed. 7 p. m. girls chorus meets. Lenten service 8 p. m. March 12: Church board meets at meets at 9 a.m. Jr. Confirmation class meets at 10:30 a.m. Worship service at II o'clock on Park Center: Sunday School 10:00 March II. Sunday school at 10. March 8: Ladies aid at 2:30. pot luck lunch. Bring mission boxes. Thursday evenings: Lenten ser- vice 8 p. m. Friday, 4:15, Confirmation class meets at Berg's. 1ext meeting Mar. 16th. Hvideso, Stnlday school at 9:45 worship (March 18) at 11 o'clock. Wednesday evenings, 8 o'clock Lenten service at Hoople. Wed. Evenings at Park Center, at 8 o'clock. Welcome. Sat. Sr. confirmation class 9 a. m. Juniors meet at 10:30, EDINBURG FREE CHURCH L. B. Underbakke, Pastor Garfield: Worship service March 11 at 2:30 with Luther League. Len- ten service each Thursday evening in Edinburg at 8 o'clock. St. Peter: Lenten service each Tuesday evening at the church at 8 o'clock. Aadalen: Lenten servicee ach Thursday at the church in Fairdale at 2:45 p. m. Hitterdal: Worship service, March II at 11 a. m. Lenten service March 14 at the Marvin Bakken home at 8 p. m. Luther League officers meet at the Joseph Axvig home this Sat- urday at 2 p. m. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Thursday, 7:30, Lenten services. The teme "Loneliness." Joint choir rehearsal at Zion. Friday, 4:30 Jr. Confirmation at the Walstad school. Saturday 9 a. m. Senior confirmation at the Walstad school. Sunday, March 11, Sunday school at 10 a. m. Worship service at 11. March 14: Ladies aid. Hostesses: Mrs. Hilda Berg, Mrs. Henry Gro- van and Mrs. Art Tallackson. Joint Lenten service at South Trinity at 7:30. Joint choir rehearsal 8:30 at South Trinity. South Trinity: March 11, Worship services at 9:30; Sunday school at 10:30: Family Night at 7:30. A spe- cial lenten skit has been prepared, a film The Crucifixion" will be shown and the junior and senior confirmation classes will have a special part in the program. Wed. March 4: :r. & Sr. confir- mation classes. Joint Lenten ser- vices at 7:30 and joint choir rehear- sal at 8:30 at So. Trinity. Oliver E. Johnson, pastor EEDINBURG CHURCH SERVICES Sunday, March I1: Trinity, Edin- burg at 9:30 Odalen: 11:10 a. m. Dr. Thomte of Concordia College will preach. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wilkes were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Swenson and family, and Mr. and Mrs. George Swenson of Munich. ___ ma I \\;j-J OIL SALE --C--  HOME "US _.....-,z.]/_lll  ban: Y, it'. U IIBA.--- to vy iu with t k- amazing uns-up o: re- --..-(t-.----1: duosd oll ppioss. Sow's _r'Jr-'--i.All the ta for you to buy E [/'/,'. ll t h e s e pennant - winning .:)"' " I oils and greases at a tre- :::: -- \\;\\\l/llll! mendous saving. Every l/l/J member of this hard-hit,  ( ] ting lubrication team is   a seasoned veteran with     years of research and on* I IJl |  the-job know-how behind :::,   it. Join this team of -  F---  champions today. You II be happy you did. *: SAVE SAVE 1 per00. on on grease oe purehase of 10 or maw ol purchase of 10 or more of .it I1  ' REG. NOW CENEX 10W-30 .............. $ .89 S .82 CENEX ......................... 81 .74 CHILPRUF 5W-20 ................ 86 .79 CO-OP 100 .................... 77 .70 SUPERLUBE 2 .................. 1.02 .95 APL S-I ........................ 86 .77 AP GEAR LUBE ................ 1.02 .95 MULTI-GREASE-W, 100 lb. drum 18.75 17.7S CHASSIS LUBE, 100 lb. dcum .... 14.75 13.7S "OTHEit OILS AND GREASES ALSO SALE PRICED Prices shown are drum prica Te pe gaL savinp also in other  ooDtaers in quantiUe oYew 10 lc. Add 6o par gal. Fed, TI to above pxicee.  ht hlEher in &0at. Ie Wy, and W Farmers hien 0il Co. Pm'k River, 14er DMm41'* WALSa COUNTY I PARK RIVER, NORTa DAKOTA THURSDAY, MARCH a Lankin Local News Items By Catherine Matejcek Mr. and Mrs Ted Sobolik and family were Grand Forks shoppers Feb. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trenda of Grand Forks were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lapic on Feb. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gerstner and daughters of Whitman were Lankin callers Feb. 29. Mrs. Bill Janas of Bagley, Minn., spent several days at the Stanley Kotaska home with her mother, Mrs. Mary Sticka. Mrs. Dorn Sticka entertained at a party for her aunt, Marion Chlou- pek Thursday. Guests were Mrs. Francis Spike, Mrs. Anna Vasichek, Mrs. Mary Trouba, Mrs. Bill Ma- chart and Mrs. Charles Rose. Lunch was served by Mrs. Sticha. Evening guests at the Joseph Kratochvil home Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Max Waith and Mrs. George Dvorak. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lala of Michigan visited with Mrs. Mary Sticka Thursday. The Farmers Union local met at the club rooms March 1 with Max Waith, the new president presiding. Harold McLaughlin is the new sec- retary and treasurer. The local vot- ed contributions to the state legis- lative fund and to Radio .Free Eu- rope. Plans were made for a card arty to be held March 15. Lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trends of Grand Forks visited with Mrs. Mary Sticha Saturday, March 3. They were accompanied here by Mrs. Mary Trenda of Mound. Minn. She remained for a few days with Mrs. Sticha. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bina and Mickey spent Saturday and Sunday March 3 and 4, at Grand Forks. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dvorak and family of Grand Forks and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bosh and Judy of Michigan were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kotaska, Sunday, March 4. Harold Matejcek and Melvin Malafa were callers in Fargo Mon- day. March 5. Mr. and Mrs. Dorn Sticka, Mrs. Frank Sticka, Mrs. Charles Rose and daughter, Sandra, were callers in Fareo Feb. 27. County Superintendent A. G. Strand was guest speaker at the Parent Teachers Association held Monday, Feb. 27, in the high school assembly. His topic was "The Bet- terment of Schools." A pot luck lunch was served after the busi- ness meeting. The next meeting will be held March 13 at which time movies will be shown. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Novak and son, Wayne, visited at the Lloyd Cost home in Fordville and with Mr. and Mrs. Albin Praska in Fisek Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rose and Bill and John Rose were callers in Grand Forks Thursday. They called on Frank Rose, a patient at the Dea- coness hospital there. Ice Fishing Ends Sunday, March 11 The winter ice fishing season ends Sunday, March 11, Deputy Game Warden Orville Simon, Park River, noted this week. Simon said that there have been only a few fish houses on Homme Lake this winter and that ice fish- ermen in general have not had very good luck. However, ice fishing hs been better on the Red River near Grand Forks. Fish house licenses for the cur- rent winter fishing period expire March 11 and regulations state that the houses must be removed from the ice within 15 days after the licenses expire (March 26). Bid Openings , Include Three Walsh Road Three Waish county road were among the 20 road tion projects on which the Dakota state highway opened bids last Friday. The county jobs, and the ders, included: County road from Pisek to Conway, 6,835 miles gravel s ing, Joe Mayo & Son, Gt-nt 1 Mont., $14,653.15. County road from Forest 1 north, 5.355 miles gravel surfat Clarence Wiseman, Lakota, 486.75. The closed period is on game Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Blasky of species (northern pike, walleyes, County road from Lankin na McHenry. N. D., visited with Mrs. sauger, black bass and trout). The 6.125 miles gravel surfacing, M ....... season on those species is closed Mayo & Son, $12,695.91. ary Cuna lI(rt Loanne and from March 12 until May 11, both The low bidder on a projed Mrs. s . : .... ill dates inclusive. However the sea- Pembina county, on N. D. 18, Louis Jon visitea wtn nars  ,, ' north an 13 . " son o mack bass witl not open Neche d south, for ' Lapic Friday. _ , -[until June 16 since these fish miles base and asphaltic con' [ Mr and Mrs Ludwig Trenda and ' was ,. .  ..... I spawn later than the others. The surfacing, Northern Imp llCKy spent rnursaay In Lrana , ! ] season does not close on any other merit Co., Fargo. The firm s bid ! . . : FDk;othy Vasichek a student nurse I speczes of fish. i $399,344.73. ..! at St. Michale s hospital in Grand l .... i' ' Forks spent the week end visiting uu,l,I,,,.I,,g,,t,t* her sisters and brother at the Anna Vnsichek home. She accompanied $ Kindergarten Registration Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aslakson of Edmore t Grnd Forks Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Trena of Brocket visited with Mrs. Mary Sticka who is ill. Mrs. Trends re- mained with her mother for a few days. Denartment Gives '55 Disease Report Pneumonia, infections hepatitis tuberculosis led the communicable diseases in Walsh County in 1955, according to a statistical report of :the division of preventable diseases i of the state health department there were 27 cases of pneumonia in the county during the year, nine cases of infectious hepatitis and five cas- es of tuberculosis. Pneumonia also was up on a statewide basis to 3,911 cases from 3,522 cases in 1954. Polio dropped to 63 cases from 119 cases the prev- ious year. Other diseases listed in Walsh county in 1955 were; gonorrhea, 3; meningitis. 2; septic s. throat, 2; syphilis, 2. SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO." 78 I have a child who will enter Grade 1 in the Park River Elementary School in September. I now wish to i register for Kindergarten. Name of Child Date of Birth Morning or Afternoon Session Parents' Signature Fill in this coupon and return to O. L. McGowan, Principal, Park River Elementary School. All children who will have attained the age of sii years on or before midnight of Dec. 31, 1956, are re- quired to register and attend kindergarten April through May 25. START THE DAY RIGHT WITH HOT BUTTERED ! tueethe t Toast "  ::' .: " i '' It's just the most for ./I ,, Golden Brown Toast -. . . '/. \\; I d say it s way out ahead- e %V :w. do mean Sweetheart Bread k /// )ESK at th Vant and Servl Blw 'or 1% '-6-if- table with er, ]