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IAGE TWO WALSH COUNTY PRESS. PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, The Walsh County Press NATIONAL EDITO|IAIL Mrs. Harry O'Brien  iAS.'CTII4AS C T Editor & Publisher  Published every Thursday from The Press building, Park River, North Dakota, and entered in the Park River postoffice under the Act of Con- grass of March 3, 1879. Subscription rates, $2.50 a year in North Dakota, $3 a year elsewhere. Burdick Has His Say. By Usher L. Burdick U. S. Congressman What is the cause of this sudden movement for the cure of the men- tally sick? Heretofore the states have pretty well taken care of this subject, and no one is pronounced crazy, at least in North Dakota, un- til he has been carefully examined by the County Insanity Board, con- sisting of the County Judge, the County Attorney and a reputable physician. o This does not suit the One .World- ers --those who have set out. through UNESCO, a branch of the United Nations, to train men's minds to make their thinking and I conduct fit into a one-world govern- ment. Should any individual resist such a move, this mental health program, fostererd by the United Nations, will. they say, gradually influence him to a different course of thinking--to accept it gradually, or be forced to try by explosive means. The supporters of this one- world communist organization have planned a regular Russian brain washing process, One who rebels against the communist conspiracy will be declared insane, for the supporters of this mental health or- ganization say so. It is outlined in the Act just how the objector will be handled. "Any individual may be admitted for care and treatment in a hospital upon the written ap-] plication by an interested party, if[ the application ts accompanied by I a certificate of a licensesd doctor t that such an individual in his opin- I ion is mentally ill. Wouldn't this l be a quick way to get rid of those who do not fall in line with your own thoughts, or the purposes and objectives of UNESCO? a a ing that I am suffering from these deluMons, and if their application is accompanied by the certificate of a licensed physician, I can be ship- ped to Alaska, where I will be in exile, and the one-worlders will no longer be bothered by my fight against what they are trying to do, I will have had no trial anywhere-- just one doctor stands between me and freedom. There ought to be no person in the United States ig- norant enough to believe that this procedure is constitutional, yet the planning goes on. ' Ken-Du Club Meets The Ken-Du Homemaker club met at the home of Mrs. Norman Kjos on March 1 with members answering roll call by giving house- cleaning short cuts. Mrs. Gust Kjos was a visitor at the meeting and Mrs. Theo. Loftsgard is a new mem- ber. Contests were in charge of Mrs. Harold Flaten and winners were Mrs, Kjos and Johanna Rustgaard. The concluding lesson on shirt- making was given by Mrs. Kjos and Mrs. Gene Larson. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs, D. U. Meberg and the roll call topic will be "Song Birds I Know." Donald Orstad, a student at the #.he week end here at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Or'- stud. I surgery. She is a daughter of Mr. I Edinburg News Notes and Mrs. Frank Wylie. L0cal Teacher WinsBY MrS.RecognitionOlUf Olson of the group and gave the Bible les- The Odalen ladies aid met Wed- / son. nesday, Feb. 22, at the home of WiU A_vvimn l--.vln (I{ r! Haug Oscar Haug of Edinburg, has re- Mrs. Clarence Jensen was hostess Mrs. Harlan Troftgruben. Hostesses ceived recognition as a top life in- to the Rebecca Circle of the Luth- were Mmes Harlan Troftgruben, Miss Virginia K. F lt surance producer in one of the na- eran ladie aid at her home Wed- Earl Troftgruben, Dale Gemmill Economics teacher at the tion's most rapidly growing insur- nesday evening and gave the Bi- and Glen Haug. Mrs. Magnus Bier- ance companies. A letter of commendation from Charles F. Brannan, general man- age of the National Farmers Union Life Insurance company, cited Mr. Haug as having an "impressive re- cord which merits special recogni- tion." He was one of 46 top agents in the United States to receive a commendation from the organiza- tion for outstanding service to Far- mers Union members. Haug has lived at Edinburg the past 18 years. e Potato Man Injured John Hall. Edinburg potato grow- er, suffered a dislocated knee and severe bruises when a tractor he was operating overturned. He was reported to be using the tractor to move a boxcar on the tracks when the heavy pull caused the machine to leave the ground. He was hos- pitalized at Grafton for treatment. e Mr. and Mrs. Christ Sundvor. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gire. Mr. and Mrs. Fingal Fingarson. Mr. and Mrs. Rag- nar Johnson attended the grain con- vention in Minneapolis last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fingal Fingarson visited their son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Adams at Minne- apolis last week. Mrs. William Melstad spent Sat- urday to Wednesday at the Lloyd Gire home while Mr. and Mrs. Gire were in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Ida Vleek and Mrs. Paul Ratzloff spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Denis Olson at Osnabrock. Week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stenerson were Miss Kay Donovan and Ster- ling Stenerson of Fargo. The Priscilla Circle of the Luth- eran ladies aid met at the home of Mrs. Harry Rustan Wednesday eve- ning. Mrs. Odin Nelson is chairman This Congres,ebY a slick move, R.kIL , h;/mLrC quietly slipped a bill through the L,rt, ae, J vm mmn, House providing that the place to put these "mentally ill" persons ff m that is, persons who do not agree /re )TT TO c3 with the powers that be) is in Alas- '" ks, and $12% million and one mil- |m / i| / lion acres of land in Alaska have DAKOTA "0 "" raster TarT been authorized for this purpose. . . . ore freshl Feed k This land is to be sold and the pro- loaded, ad on the w*y WI4 coeds used in supporting the Alaska t,o the.dea.!er less hsn mnu.mmi umsn PPPldeh OaT swer It Is mace Mental Health program, handled by : UAKUIA nlAlU r=l:u) the Territory of Alaska. . .. am. r.mu!ated - ormng Ire laTesT researce f h-L--l-- kJ.*. #L .L P.vnum.- _ Someone in North Dakota--my- ..a,ng. ta;n ne lafe devek)pmen in lf, for example--who has stated i:,','.:at:r,2"" k.o.. ,oh .ireme. that UNESCO is a communistic-m- ,- . . . and reflect the test sc;enfi s ired undertaking to blot out re- are mixed ny most .... - P "; . - -- ,, improvements m modern Teeas. Iigion, love of this country, loyalty moanaqsu;pme,,, up- Your ch;cl will be off to tea- and patriotism, could be hustled " ............ ,L,._--L.--L ..-as r.l._,. U.:.tl off to this hospital. The proponents :;ur :r:aTwZ7:: .... of UNESCO--nd they are en- ldt e ODerefiC)l  lrOl" LOl _ trenched in State and federal gay- -'- : ...... IRkJ| UA|J IfllAlU, ......... e . .. are tormmaTeo m" lUtLI main m,npuaugm ernmen--aecJare az once ma mos S-deific -urposes. who disapprove their conspiracy , v . . Dakota Maid Feeds Am 1 n . are pricea to assure Prelsioa Milled by are crazy or use the- sweeter a go- " . ,,. ._ . S greater prOTIT H Trio age that they are.suffering from m  DAKOTA MILL AND ELEVATOR paranoid delusions. They might ....... . Grand k, North Dakota make a complaint against me, say- ]  /  Season Starts Feb. 1 . I : ,,,... ..... BUG LEAGUE OIL SALE I "-----'" ,---/ o home run for sawngs I a fripleplayforpri:es I : ] Play ball: Yes, it's time to play oall with this i  amazing line-up of reduced oil prices. Now's the i r---. time for you to buy these pennant-winning oils and i _ greases at a tremendous saving. Every member of |  ('(/1/ this hard-hitting lubrication team is a seasoned vet- ] k__./ 1/11 eran with years of research and on-the-job know- i  lJ how behind it. Join this team of champions today. i n k} ) You'll be happy you did. I ! !  REG. NOW "; I ............ ,.,,., CENEX ........................ 8, .74 I c.,,PRu00 ............... 86 7, , aT.,, o,.s,,.o o..s. co o00,00+ ................... ,, .70 ALSO SALE PRICED I Prices shown are durum prices. SUPERLUBE 2 ................. 1.02 .9S I 7c per gal. savings also in other APL S-I ....................... 86 .79 | size containers in quantities over AD AD IIIRF- I fl? 95 | I0 gallons. Add 6c per gal. Fed. "" ............................... | Tax to above price& Prices slight- MULTI-GREASE-W, 100 lb. drum 18.75 17.75 I ly higher in Mont., Ida., Wyo., 1 7 and wash. CHASSIS LOBE, 100 lb. drum .. 14.75 3. 5 FARMERS UNION OIL CO., Park River, North Dakota i l)Is*rlbuted by FiRMERS UNION CENTRAL EXCHANGE, l ble lesson, Mrs. Ted Rike is chair- man of the circle. The Ruth Circle met Monday eve- I sing at the Oscar Haug home with] Mrs. Haug as hostess. Chairman of I the group is Mrs. Bennie Setness, '] Mrs. N. Ordahl gave the Bible les- son. Dr. and Mrs. A. N. Flaten return- i ed Saturday from a month's vaca-] tion trip to Miami, Fla. ] Mrs. Stanley Stenerson returned I Thursday evening from Grand Forks where she had visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Carrie Stenerson- Oscar Haug attended the Farmers Union Insurance convention last week in Jamestown. Mrs. Anna Rustan and son, Way- ne, attended the mid winter fair at Crookston. Minn., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gullingsrud spent Friday with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Charles Lerud and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nygard of Tor- rance. Calif., are parents of a girl born to them March 2. Arthur Anderson was taken to the Deaconess hospital at Grafton Fri- day. I Wylie returned last week Mavis from the Deaconess hosptial at Grafton where she had undergone Free[ County School, Park ke, president of the ladies aid, pre- sided at the meeting. The program opened with a hymn, "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God." Mrs. Orville Johnson led the devo- tion and Mrs. Selmer Olson gave the Bible study. Mrs. Martin Fos- eide reported on the Walhalla Faith missions. The business meeting fol- lowed. Mrs. Louis Rustan spent a week I with her son and daughter-in-law, ] Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rustan at Grand. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Samdahl vis- ited friends at Rolla for a week end. The Mary circle of the Lutheran ladies aid met at the church parlors of three North Dakota selected for participation 1956 International Farm change project. She 10 and  turn li Purp ...... :i?::::i program i:!ili:i ........ "iiii! promote relatiox develop tii?:!::::: : ing an ple of a world. Miss Falter with Mrs. alga Swenson. chairman, I The trio will spend several as hostess. She gave the Bible les- [ living with farm people of t son. The circle made plans to en- countries. Funds for send tertain the ladies aid at the church three young people abroad March 8. Hostesses for that meeting are Mmes. Thora Rike. Anna Rus- tan. Joe Anderson Jr., Ida Sender- son. Hatvor Brevik. Leonard Rus- tan Oluf Olson and Antes Johau- sen. The Dorcas circle met Feb. 27 at the home of Mrs. Walter Bond with Mrs. Herman Brevik as chairman. Mrs. Einar Myrdal gave the Bible study. vided by Homemaker clul csted organizations and ind , The other two receiving  sinments are Angels R. I Ellendale and Warner S. Jo! Rugby. h  .rs. O. P Nappen left' for her home in Reseda. Cal visiting at the Leslie NapP  in the city. I Be Our Gues00 JOHN DEERE DAY g/tf#i#, f/00t ##M ..t " d s Cho,ce A Story Built Around Our Remarkable, Unpredictable Rural Youth, Tboilr Annxiotios and Triampbso " .... 'VODDITIES im FAIENIHO V'Proof of Tractor Quality . * and  Added Shorf Sublecfs We're Expecting You On JOHN DEERE DAY Remember the #ate: N0nday, Narch 19 ememhet ?ime: 12:30 & 2:30 P. N. emembet Piece: Lync Theatre FREE LUNCH SERVED AT STORE / )V J. Co )mmar L this |e prol the] te 370 ofl He tr rganiz aris, Overl r post I II P l P I p I 4 2 E IAGE TWO WALSH COUNTY PRESS. PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, The Walsh County Press NATIONAL EDITO|IAIL Mrs. Harry O'Brien  iAS.'CTII4AS C T Editor & Publisher  Published every Thursday from The Press building, Park River, North Dakota, and entered in the Park River postoffice under the Act of Con- grass of March 3, 1879. Subscription rates, $2.50 a year in North Dakota, $3 a year elsewhere. Burdick Has His Say. By Usher L. Burdick U. S. Congressman What is the cause of this sudden movement for the cure of the men- tally sick? Heretofore the states have pretty well taken care of this subject, and no one is pronounced crazy, at least in North Dakota, un- til he has been carefully examined by the County Insanity Board, con- sisting of the County Judge, the County Attorney and a reputable physician. o This does not suit the One .World- ers --those who have set out. through UNESCO, a branch of the United Nations, to train men's minds to make their thinking and I conduct fit into a one-world govern- ment. Should any individual resist such a move, this mental health program, fostererd by the United Nations, will. they say, gradually influence him to a different course of thinking--to accept it gradually, or be forced to try by explosive means. The supporters of this one- world communist organization have planned a regular Russian brain washing process, One who rebels against the communist conspiracy will be declared insane, for the supporters of this mental health or- ganization say so. It is outlined in the Act just how the objector will be handled. "Any individual may be admitted for care and treatment in a hospital upon the written ap-] plication by an interested party, if[ the application ts accompanied by I a certificate of a licensesd doctor t that such an individual in his opin- I ion is mentally ill. Wouldn't this l be a quick way to get rid of those who do not fall in line with your own thoughts, or the purposes and objectives of UNESCO? a a ing that I am suffering from these deluMons, and if their application is accompanied by the certificate of a licensed physician, I can be ship- ped to Alaska, where I will be in exile, and the one-worlders will no longer be bothered by my fight against what they are trying to do, I will have had no trial anywhere-- just one doctor stands between me and freedom. There ought to be no person in the United States ig- norant enough to believe that this procedure is constitutional, yet the planning goes on. ' Ken-Du Club Meets The Ken-Du Homemaker club met at the home of Mrs. Norman Kjos on March 1 with members answering roll call by giving house- cleaning short cuts. Mrs. Gust Kjos was a visitor at the meeting and Mrs. Theo. Loftsgard is a new mem- ber. Contests were in charge of Mrs. Harold Flaten and winners were Mrs, Kjos and Johanna Rustgaard. The concluding lesson on shirt- making was given by Mrs. Kjos and Mrs. Gene Larson. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs, D. U. Meberg and the roll call topic will be "Song Birds I Know." Donald Orstad, a student at the #.he week end here at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Or'- stud. I surgery. She is a daughter of Mr. I Edinburg News Notes and Mrs. Frank Wylie. L0cal Teacher WinsBY MrS.RecognitionOlUf Olson of the group and gave the Bible les- The Odalen ladies aid met Wed- / son. nesday, Feb. 22, at the home of WiU A_vvimn l--.vln (I{ r! Haug Oscar Haug of Edinburg, has re- Mrs. Clarence Jensen was hostess Mrs. Harlan Troftgruben. Hostesses ceived recognition as a top life in- to the Rebecca Circle of the Luth- were Mmes Harlan Troftgruben, Miss Virginia K. F lt surance producer in one of the na- eran ladie aid at her home Wed- Earl Troftgruben, Dale Gemmill Economics teacher at the tion's most rapidly growing insur- nesday evening and gave the Bi- and Glen Haug. Mrs. Magnus Bier- ance companies. A letter of commendation from Charles F. Brannan, general man- age of the National Farmers Union Life Insurance company, cited Mr. Haug as having an "impressive re- cord which merits special recogni- tion." He was one of 46 top agents in the United States to receive a commendation from the organiza- tion for outstanding service to Far- mers Union members. Haug has lived at Edinburg the past 18 years. e Potato Man Injured John Hall. Edinburg potato grow- er, suffered a dislocated knee and severe bruises when a tractor he was operating overturned. He was reported to be using the tractor to move a boxcar on the tracks when the heavy pull caused the machine to leave the ground. He was hos- pitalized at Grafton for treatment. e Mr. and Mrs. Christ Sundvor. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gire. Mr. and Mrs. Fingal Fingarson. Mr. and Mrs. Rag- nar Johnson attended the grain con- vention in Minneapolis last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fingal Fingarson visited their son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Adams at Minne- apolis last week. Mrs. William Melstad spent Sat- urday to Wednesday at the Lloyd Gire home while Mr. and Mrs. Gire were in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Ida Vleek and Mrs. Paul Ratzloff spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Denis Olson at Osnabrock. Week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stenerson were Miss Kay Donovan and Ster- ling Stenerson of Fargo. The Priscilla Circle of the Luth- eran ladies aid met at the home of Mrs. Harry Rustan Wednesday eve- ning. Mrs. Odin Nelson is chairman This Congres,ebY a slick move, R.kIL , h;/mLrC quietly slipped a bill through the L,rt, ae, J vm mmn, House providing that the place to put these "mentally ill" persons ff m that is, persons who do not agree /re )TT TO c3 with the powers that be) is in Alas- '" ks, and $12% million and one mil- |m / i| / lion acres of land in Alaska have DAKOTA "0 "" raster TarT been authorized for this purpose. . . . ore freshl Feed k This land is to be sold and the pro- loaded, ad on the w*y WI4 coeds used in supporting the Alaska t,o the.dea.!er less hsn mnu.mmi umsn PPPldeh OaT swer It Is mace Mental Health program, handled by : UAKUIA nlAlU r=l:u) the Territory of Alaska. . .. am. r.mu!ated - ormng Ire laTesT researce f h-L--l-- kJ.*. #L .L P.vnum.- _ Someone in North Dakota--my- ..a,ng. ta;n ne lafe devek)pmen in lf, for example--who has stated i:,','.:at:r,2"" k.o.. ,oh .ireme. that UNESCO is a communistic-m- ,- . . . and reflect the test sc;enfi s ired undertaking to blot out re- are mixed ny most .... - P "; . - -- ,, improvements m modern Teeas. Iigion, love of this country, loyalty moanaqsu;pme,,, up- Your ch;cl will be off to tea- and patriotism, could be hustled " ............ ,L,._--L.--L ..-as r.l._,. U.:.tl off to this hospital. The proponents :;ur :r:aTwZ7:: .... of UNESCO--nd they are en- ldt e ODerefiC)l  lrOl" LOl _ trenched in State and federal gay- -'- : ...... IRkJ| UA|J IfllAlU, ......... e . .. are tormmaTeo m" lUtLI main m,npuaugm ernmen--aecJare az once ma mos S-deific -urposes. who disapprove their conspiracy , v . . Dakota Maid Feeds Am 1 n . are pricea to assure Prelsioa Milled by are crazy or use the- sweeter a go- " . ,,. ._ . S greater prOTIT H Trio age that they are.suffering from m  DAKOTA MILL AND ELEVATOR paranoid delusions. They might ....... . Grand k, North Dakota make a complaint against me, say- ]  /  Season Starts Feb. 1 . I : ,,,... ..... BUG LEAGUE OIL SALE I "-----'" ,---/ o home run for sawngs I a fripleplayforpri:es I : ] Play ball: Yes, it's time to play oall with this i  amazing line-up of reduced oil prices. Now's the i r---. time for you to buy these pennant-winning oils and i _ greases at a tremendous saving. Every member of |  ('(/1/ this hard-hitting lubrication team is a seasoned vet- ] k__./ 1/11 eran with years of research and on-the-job know- i  lJ how behind it. Join this team of champions today. i n k} ) You'll be happy you did. I ! !  REG. NOW "; I ............ ,.,,., CENEX ........................ 8, .74 I c.,,PRu00 ............... 86 7, , aT.,, o,.s,,.o o..s. co o00,00+ ................... ,, .70 ALSO SALE PRICED I Prices shown are durum prices. SUPERLUBE 2 ................. 1.02 .9S I 7c per gal. savings also in other APL S-I ....................... 86 .79 | size containers in quantities over AD AD IIIRF- I fl? 95 | I0 gallons. Add 6c per gal. Fed. "" ............................... | Tax to above price& Prices slight- MULTI-GREASE-W, 100 lb. drum 18.75 17.75 I ly higher in Mont., Ida., Wyo., 1 7 and wash. CHASSIS LOBE, 100 lb. drum .. 14.75 3. 5 FARMERS UNION OIL CO., Park River, North Dakota i l)Is*rlbuted by FiRMERS UNION CENTRAL EXCHANGE, l ble lesson, Mrs. Ted Rike is chair- man of the circle. The Ruth Circle met Monday eve- I sing at the Oscar Haug home with] Mrs. Haug as hostess. Chairman of I the group is Mrs. Bennie Setness, '] Mrs. N. Ordahl gave the Bible les- son. Dr. and Mrs. A. N. Flaten return- i ed Saturday from a month's vaca-] tion trip to Miami, Fla. ] Mrs. Stanley Stenerson returned I Thursday evening from Grand Forks where she had visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Carrie Stenerson- Oscar Haug attended the Farmers Union Insurance convention last week in Jamestown. Mrs. Anna Rustan and son, Way- ne, attended the mid winter fair at Crookston. Minn., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gullingsrud spent Friday with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Charles Lerud and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nygard of Tor- rance. Calif., are parents of a girl born to them March 2. Arthur Anderson was taken to the Deaconess hospital at Grafton Fri- day. I Wylie returned last week Mavis from the Deaconess hosptial at Grafton where she had undergone Free[ County School, Park ke, president of the ladies aid, pre- sided at the meeting. The program opened with a hymn, "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God." Mrs. Orville Johnson led the devo- tion and Mrs. Selmer Olson gave the Bible study. Mrs. Martin Fos- eide reported on the Walhalla Faith missions. The business meeting fol- lowed. Mrs. Louis Rustan spent a week I with her son and daughter-in-law, ] Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rustan at Grand. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Samdahl vis- ited friends at Rolla for a week end. The Mary circle of the Lutheran ladies aid met at the church parlors of three North Dakota selected for participation 1956 International Farm change project. She 10 and  turn li Purp ...... :i?::::i program i:!ili:i ........ "iiii! promote relatiox develop tii?:!::::: : ing an ple of a world. Miss Falter with Mrs. alga Swenson. chairman, I The trio will spend several as hostess. She gave the Bible les- [ living with farm people of t son. The circle made plans to en- countries. Funds for send tertain the ladies aid at the church three young people abroad March 8. Hostesses for that meeting are Mmes. Thora Rike. Anna Rus- tan. Joe Anderson Jr., Ida Sender- son. Hatvor Brevik. Leonard Rus- tan Oluf Olson and Antes Johau- sen. The Dorcas circle met Feb. 27 at the home of Mrs. Walter Bond with Mrs. Herman Brevik as chairman. Mrs. Einar Myrdal gave the Bible study. vided by Homemaker clul csted organizations and ind , The other two receiving  sinments are Angels R. I Ellendale and Warner S. Jo! Rugby. h  .rs. O. P Nappen left' for her home in Reseda. Cal visiting at the Leslie NapP  in the city. I Be Our Gues00 JOHN DEERE DAY g/tf#i#, f/00t ##M ..t " d s Cho,ce A Story Built Around Our Remarkable, Unpredictable Rural Youth, Tboilr Annxiotios and Triampbso " .... 'VODDITIES im FAIENIHO V'Proof of Tractor Quality . * and  Added Shorf Sublecfs We're Expecting You On JOHN DEERE DAY Remember the #ate: N0nday, Narch 19 ememhet ?ime: 12:30 & 2:30 P. N. emembet Piece: Lync Theatre FREE LUNCH SERVED AT STORE / )V J. Co )mmar L this |e prol the] te 370 ofl He tr rganiz aris, Overl r post I II P l P I p I 4 2 E