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===========.===%% Mrs. Harvey Olsen and Mrs. Bennie Olsen spent Tuesday after- noon at the Chris Midgarden home near Hoople. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell White and son, Warren, were Sunday dinner guests at the David Ford jr., home. Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Moe and Sharrol of St. Thomas were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vic- tor Saude. Mrs. W. L. Dougherty went to Drayton last Thursday evening to tak e part in initiation ceremonies for the American Legion auxiliary unit there. Mrs. Dennis Olson was hostess to the Lutheran Daughters of the Re- formation at the Carl Olson home Mrs. Walter Dougherty and her mother, Mrs. T.L. Heltne were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Har- ry O'Brien. Mrs. Albert Erlanson and daugh- ter, Linda, of Hoople visited at the Bennie Olsen home Saturday. REDUCING VIBRATOR just in- stalled. See us about over weight and reducing problems. Shirley's Beauty Shop, Park River. tf The senior youth fellowship of the Federated church met Sunday afternoon for a toboggan party. The adult assistant was Duncan Meagh- er. Mrs. G. R. Hermanson of Web- ster is spending a few weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Glen Ford and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Ellingson and daughter, Donna, of Devils Lake visited with Mrs. T. F. Meagher and with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ellingson over the week end. Mrs. Walter Dougherty, district president for the American Legion auxiliary, visited the Thompson l unit last Wednesday at a meeting Tuesday evening. Mrs. Howard held in Grand Forks. Mrs. Dougher- Johnson was the assisting hostess, i ty mentioned that a group of six President Mrs. Howard Johnson ' sisters-in-law are member of the cCmducted meeting. Devotions were Thompson unit. . given by Carol Loftsgard and the Mrs. Edward Otto and sons. Rob- l,ss(m by Elaine Eichhorst. ert and Curtis, spent last week in The off:rin. this month went to the Valley City with Mrs. Otto's par- Jewish missions, ents. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson. The Mrs. David Ford, worthy matron, week before the Otto boys visited [::hdted .gifts to members having in Amenia, N. D., with Mr. Otto's M :2ays m January, February.and parents. " " When the Eastern Star met Tuesday evening. Hostesses for the refreshments served after the meeting were Mesdames Jake Mater, Roy Neste and Arden Bur- bidge. Tabl decorations were in keeping with the St. Patrick's day the e. Miss Keitha Hardy, who was studying nursing in St Paul, has returned to her home here for an indefinite stay. Miss Hardy is con- valescing from a recent illness. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hardy, met her in Grand Forks Tuesday of last week. Cheese to Pieasel 49 LOHGHORN " = 79 RED OWl. WHITE, DEVILS FOOD, YILLOW, SPICE Cake Mixes "z:29 AROUR*S MIRACLE WHIP 8MAD TREET'= 35 DRESSING QT. 55' MR S PORK WITH COFFEE AT ITS BEST! ALCOA WRAP ALUMINUM 29' BANANAS, Golden Ripe ............ 2 Ibs 29c DATES, Unpitted .............. 12 oz pkg 23 NEW POTATOES, Red Floridas ...... 5 Ibs 39 Finest All-Purpose APPLES, Winesaps ........ 20 Ib carton $1.79 Quality Meats for Less ROUND STEAK, Govmt. Graded Beef ........ lb. 59c M:ATY SPARERIB S ...................... Ib 29c BEEF RIB STEW ........... Ib 15 GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs 89c THICK SLICED BACON ...... 2 Ib pkg 69 Sunny dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hanson were Mr. and Mrs J. O. Severson and Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Dahl. Mrs Charles Porter entertained at a birthday party last Thursday for her daughter, Barbara, age five years. Lunch, including a birthday cake, was served. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Spoonland and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O1- son and daughter, Nancy, were: Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Slette. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Vavrosky jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Vavrosky and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brintnell of Graf- ton, were in Mimot Saturday to at- tend the basketball tournament. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Penas had the following guests at their home Fri- day evening: Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Penas and daughter, Diane, of Bad- ger, Minn., Hubert Penas jr., of Grafton and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Pen- as. The March meeting of the Twi- light homemaker club was held Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Victor Saude. The club donat- ed $I to the Crippled Children's Home. The punctuality prize was won by Mrs. Ivan Berg. Mrs. How- ard Gordon presented a special in- terest topic on "Labels." Lunch was served by the hostess. Patti Jean wa the name given the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Watkins (Gladys Dub) when she was baptized March 4 by Rev. John Garland at the Grafton Catho- lic church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Joe jr., of Park River. That evening the Watkins family and the sponsors were dinner guests of Mrs. Watkins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dub Sr., in Park River. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Staven re- turned last Wednesday from a sev- en weeks' trip through the southern part of the United States and to California. After spending two weeks in Hot Springs, Ark., they drove to Los Angeles, Calif. There they visited several former Park River relatives and friends. These included an uncle of Mrs. Staven, B. J. Peterson and his family, also Harold Pederson, and Mr. and Mrs. G1adwin Clemetson, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Staven. A brief stop was made at Las Vegas, New and other points of interest noted were the Hoover dam, the Grand Canyon and the painted desert. The Stavens traveled a total of 7,000 miles on the trip. Dick O'Toole of Crystal was a] e J:.& . Hews Notes week end guest at the Bert Hardy I =.,..,r= home. ] A group of eleven women surri-[ By Mrs. ()laf Olson ed Mrs. Albert Svir Monday, the[ Trlty Ladies Aid Meets occasion being her birthday. They The Trinity ladles aid met March brought lunch and gifts for the honor guest. Mrs. Henry Lundeby of Osna- brock was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hultstrand for a few days last week. She is a sister of Mrs. Hult- strand. They all attended the bas- ketball game at the WCAS gym in which Osnabrock defeated Hannah to win the Class C championship. Mr. and Mrs. Antone S. Novak at- tended the dedication of the new St. James High School in Grand Forks Sunday, March 11. Mrs. No- vak is a graduate of the academy of St. James with the class of 1952. While the Novaks were in Grand Forks they called on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Krile. KENSINGTON TOWNSHIP ELECTION The Kensington township election will be held in the Park River City hall basement Tuesday, March 20, 1956, from one o'clock to four o'clock in the afternoon. O. F. BRETT, Clerk Garden Club Holds First '56 Meeting The Agassiz Garden club met at the home of Mrs. I. E. Hansen Fri- day with Vice President Mrs. Jake Veua presiding. Plans were made for the summer meetings The April meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Percy Donnelly in Grafton with Mrs. Peter Olson and Mrs. I. E. Hansen assisting hostesses. " For Girls Through 12 years Dressses ---Just in Fancy Cotton Pajamas Ladies' Seamless Hose The Elizabethan (Formerly Sadie's Gift Sho])) Park River, N. D. at the lo w L00rke+of $139.95 And Your Old Washer This is America% finest wringer washer. Has bowl-shaped Stainless Steel Tub -- Aluminum Agitator -- Timer Clock --Double Walls--Super- Duty aluminum frame Wringer -- and every other top quality feature. Modal Washes up to 7 loads 90 per hour. This is a factory.sponsored promotion for 60 days BUY NOW AND SAVE! O. P. Olson Hardware Park River, N. D. 8 at the church with Mrs. William Melstad, president, presiding. Mrs. Clarence Peterson, Foreign Mission secretary, presented a program on foreign missions. Mrs. N. Ordahl gave the scripture reading and praye. A puppet play- let on mission bogms was given by Mrs. Stanley Stenerson, Mrs. L. S. Jensen and Mrs. Meistad. Mrs. Clar- ence Jensen gave a reading. A letter from Missionary Violet Anderson, of Edlnburg, now in La Paz, Bolivia, South America, was read by Mrs. Stanley Stener- son. Mrs. Clarence Jensen collected mission boxes and gave out new ones for the coming year. Lunch was served by the Mary circle and proceeds amounted to $41. In the group are the Mesdames Ida Sonderson, Thora Rike, Oluf Olson, Anna Rustan, Leonard Rus- tan, Joe Anderson Jr., Anion Johan- sen and Halvor Brevik. Frank Wylie, Mrs. Otelia Wylie and Carl Odcagard were Grand Forks visitors Saturday. Myron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Geston, left Monday for the navy and is stationed in California. Mrs. Alpha Nelson returned home last week from Grand Forks where she had spent a week ,at the home of hei, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Capouch and' family.. Mrs. Ole M. Johnson is spending some time here with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brunsvold. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mandt, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mandt visited with Mrs. Lloyd Mandt, a surgical patient at St. Ansgar's hospital in Park Riv- er, Friday evening. Albert Gire and Lloyd Gire were recent visitors in Minneapolis and while there called on M. B, Alve- stad, former Edinburg business man. Albert Gire is spending some time in Grand Forks. Carl Ulberg returned last week from Portland, Ore., where he vis-' Red with relatives and spent two days with Mr. and Mrs. Sig Gire at Richland, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bond were in Grand Forks on Wednesday to meet N. Syversrud who arrived, there by plane from Oslo, Norway, where he had spent several months with relatives. The following people were guests at a birthday party for Mrs. Leon-t ard Rustan Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rustan, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Haug, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Brandvold Mr. and Mrs. Edroy Brandvold and Elroy, Mr. and Mrs. Kasper Olson and family and Mrs. William Mel- stad. A joint birthday party for Paul- ette Bjerke, Curtis Rustan and Mrs. Leonard Rustan was held at the Willis Rustan home Saturday af- ternoon. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Melling of Milton, Mrs. L. Rustan, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rustan of Grand Forks, the Vernon Rustan family, the Vernon Drreeky fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Bjerke. A parcel post birthday party for Rosalind Troftgruben, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lenes Troftgruben of Newton, Kansas, was held March 2 at the home of Mrs. Walter Well- man. Pictures were taken and the gifts were wrapped for mailing to reach Rosalind in time for her birthday which was on March 8. Those present were Mesdames Ed- die Troftgruben. Edwin 1Vygard, I Teddy Lee. Orlin Nygard, Paul I Ratzlaft Oliver Brownll. Mrs. Lenes Troftgruben is a sister o Mrs. Wellman. Mrs. Walter Wellman entertained a group of chi/dren in honor of her daughter, Lois, who was nine on March 7. Miss Anna Monson observed her 70th birthday anniversary March 10 and a group of friends and relatives called on her at the Carl Monson home. Four birthday cakes were made for the occasion. Guests pres- ent were Mesdames L. S. Jensen, A. N. Flatn, Stanley Stenerson, Har- old Troftgruben and daughter, Jas. Haug, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd GemmiU and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gryde and Corn, Mr. and Mrs. Den- is Monson and children, Rita, Dav- id and Ruthie. Mrs. Mary Loe and Emmett. HOSPITAL NEWS NOTES Admitted: Medical--Frank Mate- jcek, Pisek; Mrs. Melvin Elton, Ad- ams, Mrs. Fred Dencker, Park Riv- er. Mrs. Frank Maresh, Pisek brok- en arm. Births: Mr. and Mrs. Allerd John- son, girl. March 12; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herbert, Mountain, girl, on March 12. Released: Surgical, Wallace Momerak, and Donald Peoples, of Park River. Medical: Colleen Kel- ly, city. I TONITE FRI. SAT. I + "A S00SHr' I .. New,swee00 SUN. MON. TUES MARCH 18- 19-20 CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY FROM 2:45 STANLEY KEAMER 3 SHOWS SUNDAY FEATURE TIMES 3:16 -- 5:59 -- 8:32 Due to Feature which is 2 Hours end 15 Minutes EVERY WEDNESDAY IS TAKE A CHANCE ADMISSION Adults and Students 30c Children 15o DANCE Friday, Marth 16 Park River City Hall MUSIC BY Bill Dvorak Sponsored by The Veterans of Foreign Wars d ===========.===%% Mrs. Harvey Olsen and Mrs. Bennie Olsen spent Tuesday after- noon at the Chris Midgarden home near Hoople. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell White and son, Warren, were Sunday dinner guests at the David Ford jr., home. Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Moe and Sharrol of St. Thomas were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vic- tor Saude. Mrs. W. L. Dougherty went to Drayton last Thursday evening to tak e part in initiation ceremonies for the American Legion auxiliary unit there. Mrs. Dennis Olson was hostess to the Lutheran Daughters of the Re- formation at the Carl Olson home Mrs. Walter Dougherty and her mother, Mrs. T.L. Heltne were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Har- ry O'Brien. Mrs. Albert Erlanson and daugh- ter, Linda, of Hoople visited at the Bennie Olsen home Saturday. REDUCING VIBRATOR just in- stalled. See us about over weight and reducing problems. Shirley's Beauty Shop, Park River. tf The senior youth fellowship of the Federated church met Sunday afternoon for a toboggan party. The adult assistant was Duncan Meagh- er. Mrs. G. R. Hermanson of Web- ster is spending a few weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Glen Ford and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Ellingson and daughter, Donna, of Devils Lake visited with Mrs. T. F. Meagher and with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ellingson over the week end. Mrs. Walter Dougherty, district president for the American Legion auxiliary, visited the Thompson l unit last Wednesday at a meeting Tuesday evening. Mrs. Howard held in Grand Forks. Mrs. Dougher- Johnson was the assisting hostess, i ty mentioned that a group of six President Mrs. Howard Johnson ' sisters-in-law are member of the cCmducted meeting. Devotions were Thompson unit. . given by Carol Loftsgard and the Mrs. Edward Otto and sons. Rob- l,ss(m by Elaine Eichhorst. ert and Curtis, spent last week in The off:rin. this month went to the Valley City with Mrs. Otto's par- Jewish missions, ents. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson. The Mrs. David Ford, worthy matron, week before the Otto boys visited [::hdted .gifts to members having in Amenia, N. D., with Mr. Otto's M :2ays m January, February.and parents. " " When the Eastern Star met Tuesday evening. Hostesses for the refreshments served after the meeting were Mesdames Jake Mater, Roy Neste and Arden Bur- bidge. Tabl decorations were in keeping with the St. Patrick's day the e. Miss Keitha Hardy, who was studying nursing in St Paul, has returned to her home here for an indefinite stay. Miss Hardy is con- valescing from a recent illness. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hardy, met her in Grand Forks Tuesday of last week. Cheese to Pieasel 49 LOHGHORN " = 79 RED OWl. WHITE, DEVILS FOOD, YILLOW, SPICE Cake Mixes "z:29 AROUR*S MIRACLE WHIP 8MAD TREET'= 35 DRESSING QT. 55' MR S PORK WITH COFFEE AT ITS BEST! ALCOA WRAP ALUMINUM 29' BANANAS, Golden Ripe ............ 2 Ibs 29c DATES, Unpitted .............. 12 oz pkg 23 NEW POTATOES, Red Floridas ...... 5 Ibs 39 Finest All-Purpose APPLES, Winesaps ........ 20 Ib carton $1.79 Quality Meats for Less ROUND STEAK, Govmt. Graded Beef ........ lb. 59c M:ATY SPARERIB S ...................... Ib 29c BEEF RIB STEW ........... Ib 15 GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs 89c THICK SLICED BACON ...... 2 Ib pkg 69 Sunny dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hanson were Mr. and Mrs J. O. Severson and Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Dahl. Mrs Charles Porter entertained at a birthday party last Thursday for her daughter, Barbara, age five years. Lunch, including a birthday cake, was served. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Spoonland and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O1- son and daughter, Nancy, were: Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Slette. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Vavrosky jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Vavrosky and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brintnell of Graf- ton, were in Mimot Saturday to at- tend the basketball tournament. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Penas had the following guests at their home Fri- day evening: Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Penas and daughter, Diane, of Bad- ger, Minn., Hubert Penas jr., of Grafton and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Pen- as. The March meeting of the Twi- light homemaker club was held Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Victor Saude. The club donat- ed $I to the Crippled Children's Home. The punctuality prize was won by Mrs. Ivan Berg. Mrs. How- ard Gordon presented a special in- terest topic on "Labels." Lunch was served by the hostess. Patti Jean wa the name given the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Watkins (Gladys Dub) when she was baptized March 4 by Rev. John Garland at the Grafton Catho- lic church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Joe jr., of Park River. That evening the Watkins family and the sponsors were dinner guests of Mrs. Watkins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dub Sr., in Park River. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Staven re- turned last Wednesday from a sev- en weeks' trip through the southern part of the United States and to California. After spending two weeks in Hot Springs, Ark., they drove to Los Angeles, Calif. There they visited several former Park River relatives and friends. These included an uncle of Mrs. Staven, B. J. Peterson and his family, also Harold Pederson, and Mr. and Mrs. G1adwin Clemetson, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Staven. A brief stop was made at Las Vegas, New and other points of interest noted were the Hoover dam, the Grand Canyon and the painted desert. The Stavens traveled a total of 7,000 miles on the trip. Dick O'Toole of Crystal was a] e J:.& . Hews Notes week end guest at the Bert Hardy I =.,..,r= home. ] A group of eleven women surri-[ By Mrs. ()laf Olson ed Mrs. Albert Svir Monday, the[ Trlty Ladies Aid Meets occasion being her birthday. They The Trinity ladles aid met March brought lunch and gifts for the honor guest. Mrs. Henry Lundeby of Osna- brock was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hultstrand for a few days last week. She is a sister of Mrs. Hult- strand. They all attended the bas- ketball game at the WCAS gym in which Osnabrock defeated Hannah to win the Class C championship. Mr. and Mrs. Antone S. Novak at- tended the dedication of the new St. James High School in Grand Forks Sunday, March 11. Mrs. No- vak is a graduate of the academy of St. James with the class of 1952. While the Novaks were in Grand Forks they called on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Krile. KENSINGTON TOWNSHIP ELECTION The Kensington township election will be held in the Park River City hall basement Tuesday, March 20, 1956, from one o'clock to four o'clock in the afternoon. O. F. BRETT, Clerk Garden Club Holds First '56 Meeting The Agassiz Garden club met at the home of Mrs. I. E. Hansen Fri- day with Vice President Mrs. Jake Veua presiding. Plans were made for the summer meetings The April meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Percy Donnelly in Grafton with Mrs. Peter Olson and Mrs. I. E. Hansen assisting hostesses. " For Girls Through 12 years Dressses ---Just in Fancy Cotton Pajamas Ladies' Seamless Hose The Elizabethan (Formerly Sadie's Gift Sho])) Park River, N. D. at the lo w L00rke+of $139.95 And Your Old Washer This is America% finest wringer washer. Has bowl-shaped Stainless Steel Tub -- Aluminum Agitator -- Timer Clock --Double Walls--Super- Duty aluminum frame Wringer -- and every other top quality feature. Modal Washes up to 7 loads 90 per hour. This is a factory.sponsored promotion for 60 days BUY NOW AND SAVE! O. P. Olson Hardware Park River, N. D. 8 at the church with Mrs. William Melstad, president, presiding. Mrs. Clarence Peterson, Foreign Mission secretary, presented a program on foreign missions. Mrs. N. Ordahl gave the scripture reading and praye. A puppet play- let on mission bogms was given by Mrs. Stanley Stenerson, Mrs. L. S. Jensen and Mrs. Meistad. Mrs. Clar- ence Jensen gave a reading. A letter from Missionary Violet Anderson, of Edlnburg, now in La Paz, Bolivia, South America, was read by Mrs. Stanley Stener- son. Mrs. Clarence Jensen collected mission boxes and gave out new ones for the coming year. Lunch was served by the Mary circle and proceeds amounted to $41. In the group are the Mesdames Ida Sonderson, Thora Rike, Oluf Olson, Anna Rustan, Leonard Rus- tan, Joe Anderson Jr., Anion Johan- sen and Halvor Brevik. Frank Wylie, Mrs. Otelia Wylie and Carl Odcagard were Grand Forks visitors Saturday. Myron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Geston, left Monday for the navy and is stationed in California. Mrs. Alpha Nelson returned home last week from Grand Forks where she had spent a week ,at the home of hei, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Capouch and' family.. Mrs. Ole M. Johnson is spending some time here with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brunsvold. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mandt, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mandt visited with Mrs. Lloyd Mandt, a surgical patient at St. Ansgar's hospital in Park Riv- er, Friday evening. Albert Gire and Lloyd Gire were recent visitors in Minneapolis and while there called on M. B, Alve- stad, former Edinburg business man. Albert Gire is spending some time in Grand Forks. Carl Ulberg returned last week from Portland, Ore., where he vis-' Red with relatives and spent two days with Mr. and Mrs. Sig Gire at Richland, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bond were in Grand Forks on Wednesday to meet N. Syversrud who arrived, there by plane from Oslo, Norway, where he had spent several months with relatives. The following people were guests at a birthday party for Mrs. Leon-t ard Rustan Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rustan, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Haug, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Brandvold Mr. and Mrs. Edroy Brandvold and Elroy, Mr. and Mrs. Kasper Olson and family and Mrs. William Mel- stad. A joint birthday party for Paul- ette Bjerke, Curtis Rustan and Mrs. Leonard Rustan was held at the Willis Rustan home Saturday af- ternoon. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Melling of Milton, Mrs. L. Rustan, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rustan of Grand Forks, the Vernon Rustan family, the Vernon Drreeky fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Bjerke. A parcel post birthday party for Rosalind Troftgruben, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lenes Troftgruben of Newton, Kansas, was held March 2 at the home of Mrs. Walter Well- man. Pictures were taken and the gifts were wrapped for mailing to reach Rosalind in time for her birthday which was on March 8. Those present were Mesdames Ed- die Troftgruben. Edwin 1Vygard, I Teddy Lee. Orlin Nygard, Paul I Ratzlaft Oliver Brownll. Mrs. Lenes Troftgruben is a sister o Mrs. Wellman. Mrs. Walter Wellman entertained a group of chi/dren in honor of her daughter, Lois, who was nine on March 7. Miss Anna Monson observed her 70th birthday anniversary March 10 and a group of friends and relatives called on her at the Carl Monson home. Four birthday cakes were made for the occasion. Guests pres- ent were Mesdames L. S. Jensen, A. N. Flatn, Stanley Stenerson, Har- old Troftgruben and daughter, Jas. Haug, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd GemmiU and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gryde and Corn, Mr. and Mrs. Den- is Monson and children, Rita, Dav- id and Ruthie. Mrs. Mary Loe and Emmett. HOSPITAL NEWS NOTES Admitted: Medical--Frank Mate- jcek, Pisek; Mrs. Melvin Elton, Ad- ams, Mrs. Fred Dencker, Park Riv- er. Mrs. Frank Maresh, Pisek brok- en arm. Births: Mr. and Mrs. Allerd John- son, girl. March 12; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herbert, Mountain, girl, on March 12. Released: Surgical, Wallace Momerak, and Donald Peoples, of Park River. Medical: Colleen Kel- ly, city. I TONITE FRI. SAT. I + "A S00SHr' I .. New,swee00 SUN. MON. TUES MARCH 18- 19-20 CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY FROM 2:45 STANLEY KEAMER 3 SHOWS SUNDAY FEATURE TIMES 3:16 -- 5:59 -- 8:32 Due to Feature which is 2 Hours end 15 Minutes EVERY WEDNESDAY IS TAKE A CHANCE ADMISSION Adults and Students 30c Children 15o DANCE Friday, Marth 16 Park River City Hall MUSIC BY Bill Dvorak Sponsored by The Veterans of Foreign Wars d