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PAGE (X BT. PETER EPISCOPAL Morning worship at 9:45. Rev. S. A. Glasgow, rector FEDERATED CHITRCH Service Sunday, 11 a.m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Rev. Everett C. H. Owens, Pastor 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 EDINBURG ELC SERVICES Sunday, March 18-- Trinity: 9:30 a. m. Odalen: 11:10 a, m. A pastor from Coneordia College will preach. EDINBURG FREE CHURCH Garfield: Lenten service each Thursday evening in the church at ]linburg at 8 o'clock. St. Peter: Worship service, March 18, at II o'clock. Lenten service each Tuesday evening at the church at 8 o'clock. Aadalen: Worship service March 18 at 2:30 wt.Jb Luther League. Lenten service each Thursday in the church  Falrdale at .45, Ladie aid March n before the Len- ten rvie Hltterd81: Lenten levite Mr-oh 21 at the Geor Berntson hom at Sp.n L. B. Underbakke. pastor HOOIE CWTmG'R . Jmmes R. Sonaeabe, Imter FL, st Lutnm: Servlee  L mday School, 1. We& V p. n girls chorus meets. Lenten service 8 p. m. Thursday after school, Junlor choir meets at the churc hhwday: St. Confirmatl lau tl at 9 a.m. Jr. Confirmation meets at 10.'88 a.m. Park Center. Sunday School 1.00 Worship service at 11 o'clock on March 25. Thursday eveninp: Lenten ser- vice 8 p. rea Friday, 4:15, Confirmation class meets at Berg's. Next meeting Mar. 16ti Hvideso, Sunday school at 9:45; worship (March 18) at 11 o'clock. Wednesday evenings, 8 o'clock, Lenten service at Hoople. Sat. Sr. confirmation class 9 a, m. Juaiora meet at 10".30. PARK RIVER LUTHERAN Parish Rev. Leonard E. Smestad, pastor The Parish: Parish Lenten Ser- vices are held at Our Saviour's every Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. Tle 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. Our Saviour's: Thursday (today) the carol choir rehearses at 3:30. The junior choir at 7 o'clock and the senior choir at 8. Ladies from Our Saviour's Aid will present the W. M. F. radio pro- gram over KNOX Saturday at 9:30 am. The Sunday school teachers and officers meet Monday at 8 p. m On Tuesday Circle No. ] meets at 2:30. Circle 2 meets at Melvin Jer- gensen's. Circle 3 meets at Enoch Larson's. Circle 4 meets Thursday at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Ellla Cox. The annual mother-daughter ban- quet has been set for Tuesday at 6:30 p. m. Tickets for sale by circle presidents. Junior LDR meets at 5:30 p. m. Wednesday. Pleasant Valley: Ladies aid at the church at 2:30 Thursday. Golden Valley: Luther League at the church Sunday 8 p. m. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Oliver E. Johnson, pastor Friday, 4:30 Jr. Confirmation at the Waistad school. Saturday 9 a. m. Senior confirmation at fife Walstad school. Sunday, Marh 18: Sunday school at 10. Worship servcie at ll. Family night at 7:30. The senior confirm- ants will take part in a Bible book quiz. A film "The Crucifixion" will be shown. Also a skit by the young people. Come and brin the family. South Trinity: Sunday, March 18: Worship at 9:30. Sunday school 10:30 Wed. March 21. 4:30 lunior and senior confirmation classes meet. Lenten services 7:30 on lhe theme "The Master on the Cross." Choir practice 8:30. The western meadowlark was named the official bird of North Dakota in 1947. WAI2 CO PR] Heard & Seen AROUND PARK RIVER Last Sunday the Ernest Around: t rud family and Mrs. Amundrud's I' father, Thorwald Gutterud, spent 1 the day at Fairdale, with Mr. and 1 Mrs. Leon Weberg. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mattson of Grand Forks spent Friday here with friends. They lived in Park River for several years before moving to Grand Forks about two years ago. Mrs. C. B. Irvine, who has been visiting in Bismarck at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Heuvelen. ar- rived in Park River Friday and is spending a few days at the home of Miss Vera Warner. Mrs. Pete Fail of Grand Forks and Mrs. Lloyd Larson were hos- tesses for a pink and blue shower in compliment to Mrs. John Fitzsim- ends at her home Sunday evening. Ten guests were present and the guest of honor received various gifts. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Ordean Oen and his mother Mrs. Adolph Almen, left for the former's home at Columbia, Me, last week. Mrs. Almen will make an indefinite stay there. Mr. Oen came here to be with his mother at the Sander Kjelland home, during the illness and following the death of his step- father, Adolph Almen. Pfc. Henry V. Sobolik, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Sobolik of Pisek, recently took part in a parachute Jump over Fort Carson, Colo., as part of "Exercise Lodestor Baker." Sobolik parachuted in full battle gear with units of the 7th special forces group airborne, regularly stationed at Ft. Bragg, N. C. He is a 1953 graduate of WCAS. Mr. and Mrs. David Lindgren, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Larson spent the week end in Minok Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gutterud of Hoople and Mrs. Howard Johnson of Fairdale were visitors at the Er- nest Amundrud home Saturday. A guest at the Sander Kjelland home recently was Mrs. Herbert Plimel of Egeland, who came to attend the Adolph Almen funeral. Mr. and Mrs Elmer Warner of Orkney, Sask.. Canada, arrived last Wednesday for an indefinite stay at the home of the former's sister, Miss Vera Warner. On Friday Miss Warner and her guests were din- ner guests of Mrs. John Shaw at noon. That evening they were en- tertained by Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Berger at their home. Mrs. I. E. Hansen was at home to the Warners and Mrs. David Johnson for dinner Sunday. PARK  IORTH DAKOTA Mr. and Mrs. David Ford and| i daughter, Patty, and Mrs. T. Bakke i spent last Saturday in Grand Forks. | Mrs. NL B. Overbye had a birth-] L day breakfast Friday at her home in compliment to her sister-in-law, Mrs. Melvin Neste. There were eight guests present and the group gave Mrs. Neste a gift. The Tally Bridge club me last Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. M. B. Overbye. Mrs. Les Kelly was a substitute player and receiv- ed one of the score prizes. The oth- er prize went to Mrs. Roy Neste. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson. Mrs. Olaf Brandt and daughter, Connie, and Mrs. Ella Cox made a trip to Mayville Feb. 26 to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erling Berg, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Cox. Last Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson were Mrs. Olaf Brandt. Mrs. Ella Cox and their house guest, Ole Ingulsrud, of Wa- dena. Sask.. Can. The Larsons, Mrs. Brandt and Mr. Ingulsrud had din- ner with Mrs. Cox on Monday eve- ning. This Coupon Is worth $1.00 Plans for the State convention of the North Dakota Federation of Women's clubs to be held May 3-4 in Grand Forks, were made when the above group met in Park River recently. Seated around the table from right to left are: Mrs. Harry O'Brien, Park River, president of the hostess district; Mrs. W. E. Holland, Mayville, State Feder- ation secretary; Mrs. E. A. Handy, THURSDAY, Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Orstad and children, Cindy and Terry, of Ad- ams and Mrs. Murry King and fam- ily were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Orstad. Mr. "and Mrs. B. M. Brown and Washburn, State president Federation; Mrs. R. D. Northwood, secretary of first district, NDFWC; Mrs, Neilsen, Hoople, State Mrs. Gordon Greenwood, River, co-convention the rear standing are Mrs. A. Larson. Park River, eration treasurer, left, and Lorenz Mahrer, Park chairman of the conventio$ (Photo by Hultstrand) Hold Planning Meeting on purchase of $10.00 in merchandise Fashion Shop Park River, North Dakota Expires April 15, 1956 Sheriff Orville Olson of Grafton, chief deputy sheriff, has that he will be a candidate iff in the 1956 primary and son, Dean. of Grand Forks visited in elections. Park River last week end at the He has been a resident Harold Schlenk and Ernie Berger for 25 years and has served homes. The Browns are former lo- I deputy sheriff since Jan. 1, eal residents, Mr. Brown having[ He is a former member of been employed at the creamery a tpolice force at Grafton, few years ago. ! served six years. E TAWAY i THE SECRET OF THE SMOOTHNESS IS IN THE SECOND COUPIL. INGI . . Jetaway features TWO fluid  ...... couplings to give you twice  : the smoothness! The second ',:. coupling fills and spills with  ::: jet-like speed to ease you into every driving range so quietly, '-' 1 se smoothly the change is almost imperceptible. Just try Oldsmobile's Jetaway... it's -.  ' the greatest advance in auto- marie transmissions in 17 years! Ot_E00 MO welcome ease of the newest in modern power features. And, when it comes to looks, Oldsmobilc's Starfire styling is in a class by itself with its original side treatment and trend-setting "Intagrille Bumper." This Olds can he yours at a price that's amazingly low. Stop in today and see! *Standard on Series Ninety.Eight; optional of cost on all other series. tOptional of exlra of Safe/), Poww Steering dar, d. ora on Series Ninety-Eight And how you get away.* With the flashing "go" that Hydra-Matic made so famous, plus a new liquid smooth. ness that's Jetaway's alone. Just try Jetaway*. Pour on the power! You'll see the dramatic difference, when Oldsmohile's revolutionary transmis. sion pairs with the Rocket T-350 Engine... 9.25-to-1 compression bi.. Here's super action with power to spare. What's more, in this Olds you wing along in the solid assurance of its sure-footed Safety-lidc Chassis See Our Gcll r. Show ably tailored interior . with the Ii__ VISIT THE "ROCKET ROOM"... AT YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER'S! Park River, N. D. SILLIMAN IMPLEMENT CO. Fred Silliman, Prop. Dial 3d9111 PAGE (X BT. PETER EPISCOPAL Morning worship at 9:45. Rev. S. A. Glasgow, rector FEDERATED CHITRCH Service Sunday, 11 a.m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Rev. Everett C. H. Owens, Pastor 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 EDINBURG ELC SERVICES Sunday, March 18-- Trinity: 9:30 a. m. Odalen: 11:10 a, m. A pastor from Coneordia College will preach. EDINBURG FREE CHURCH Garfield: Lenten service each Thursday evening in the church at ]linburg at 8 o'clock. St. Peter: Worship service, March 18, at II o'clock. Lenten service each Tuesday evening at the church at 8 o'clock. Aadalen: Worship service March 18 at 2:30 wt.Jb Luther League. Lenten service each Thursday in the church  Falrdale at .45, Ladie aid March n before the Len- ten rvie Hltterd81: Lenten levite Mr-oh 21 at the Geor Berntson hom at Sp.n L. B. Underbakke. pastor HOOIE CWTmG'R . Jmmes R. Sonaeabe, Imter FL, st Lutnm: Servlee  L mday School, 1. We& V p. n girls chorus meets. Lenten service 8 p. m. Thursday after school, Junlor choir meets at the churc hhwday: St. Confirmatl lau tl at 9 a.m. Jr. Confirmation meets at 10.'88 a.m. Park Center. Sunday School 1.00 Worship service at 11 o'clock on March 25. Thursday eveninp: Lenten ser- vice 8 p. rea Friday, 4:15, Confirmation class meets at Berg's. Next meeting Mar. 16ti Hvideso, Sunday school at 9:45; worship (March 18) at 11 o'clock. Wednesday evenings, 8 o'clock, Lenten service at Hoople. Sat. Sr. confirmation class 9 a, m. Juaiora meet at 10".30. PARK RIVER LUTHERAN Parish Rev. Leonard E. Smestad, pastor The Parish: Parish Lenten Ser- vices are held at Our Saviour's every Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. Tle 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. Our Saviour's: Thursday (today) the carol choir rehearses at 3:30. The junior choir at 7 o'clock and the senior choir at 8. Ladies from Our Saviour's Aid will present the W. M. F. radio pro- gram over KNOX Saturday at 9:30 am. The Sunday school teachers and officers meet Monday at 8 p. m On Tuesday Circle No. ] meets at 2:30. Circle 2 meets at Melvin Jer- gensen's. Circle 3 meets at Enoch Larson's. Circle 4 meets Thursday at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Ellla Cox. The annual mother-daughter ban- quet has been set for Tuesday at 6:30 p. m. Tickets for sale by circle presidents. Junior LDR meets at 5:30 p. m. Wednesday. Pleasant Valley: Ladies aid at the church at 2:30 Thursday. Golden Valley: Luther League at the church Sunday 8 p. m. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Oliver E. Johnson, pastor Friday, 4:30 Jr. Confirmation at the Waistad school. Saturday 9 a. m. Senior confirmation at fife Walstad school. Sunday, Marh 18: Sunday school at 10. Worship servcie at ll. Family night at 7:30. The senior confirm- ants will take part in a Bible book quiz. A film "The Crucifixion" will be shown. Also a skit by the young people. Come and brin the family. South Trinity: Sunday, March 18: Worship at 9:30. Sunday school 10:30 Wed. March 21. 4:30 lunior and senior confirmation classes meet. Lenten services 7:30 on lhe theme "The Master on the Cross." Choir practice 8:30. The western meadowlark was named the official bird of North Dakota in 1947. WAI2 CO PR] Heard & Seen AROUND PARK RIVER Last Sunday the Ernest Around: t rud family and Mrs. Amundrud's I' father, Thorwald Gutterud, spent 1 the day at Fairdale, with Mr. and 1 Mrs. Leon Weberg. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mattson of Grand Forks spent Friday here with friends. They lived in Park River for several years before moving to Grand Forks about two years ago. Mrs. C. B. Irvine, who has been visiting in Bismarck at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Heuvelen. ar- rived in Park River Friday and is spending a few days at the home of Miss Vera Warner. Mrs. Pete Fail of Grand Forks and Mrs. Lloyd Larson were hos- tesses for a pink and blue shower in compliment to Mrs. John Fitzsim- ends at her home Sunday evening. Ten guests were present and the guest of honor received various gifts. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Ordean Oen and his mother Mrs. Adolph Almen, left for the former's home at Columbia, Me, last week. Mrs. Almen will make an indefinite stay there. Mr. Oen came here to be with his mother at the Sander Kjelland home, during the illness and following the death of his step- father, Adolph Almen. Pfc. Henry V. Sobolik, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Sobolik of Pisek, recently took part in a parachute Jump over Fort Carson, Colo., as part of "Exercise Lodestor Baker." Sobolik parachuted in full battle gear with units of the 7th special forces group airborne, regularly stationed at Ft. Bragg, N. C. He is a 1953 graduate of WCAS. Mr. and Mrs. David Lindgren, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Larson spent the week end in Minok Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gutterud of Hoople and Mrs. Howard Johnson of Fairdale were visitors at the Er- nest Amundrud home Saturday. A guest at the Sander Kjelland home recently was Mrs. Herbert Plimel of Egeland, who came to attend the Adolph Almen funeral. Mr. and Mrs Elmer Warner of Orkney, Sask.. Canada, arrived last Wednesday for an indefinite stay at the home of the former's sister, Miss Vera Warner. On Friday Miss Warner and her guests were din- ner guests of Mrs. John Shaw at noon. That evening they were en- tertained by Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Berger at their home. Mrs. I. E. Hansen was at home to the Warners and Mrs. David Johnson for dinner Sunday. PARK  IORTH DAKOTA Mr. and Mrs. David Ford and| i daughter, Patty, and Mrs. T. Bakke i spent last Saturday in Grand Forks. | Mrs. NL B. Overbye had a birth-] L day breakfast Friday at her home in compliment to her sister-in-law, Mrs. Melvin Neste. There were eight guests present and the group gave Mrs. Neste a gift. The Tally Bridge club me last Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. M. B. Overbye. Mrs. Les Kelly was a substitute player and receiv- ed one of the score prizes. The oth- er prize went to Mrs. Roy Neste. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson. Mrs. Olaf Brandt and daughter, Connie, and Mrs. Ella Cox made a trip to Mayville Feb. 26 to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erling Berg, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Cox. Last Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson were Mrs. Olaf Brandt. Mrs. Ella Cox and their house guest, Ole Ingulsrud, of Wa- dena. Sask.. Can. The Larsons, Mrs. Brandt and Mr. Ingulsrud had din- ner with Mrs. Cox on Monday eve- ning. This Coupon Is worth $1.00 Plans for the State convention of the North Dakota Federation of Women's clubs to be held May 3-4 in Grand Forks, were made when the above group met in Park River recently. Seated around the table from right to left are: Mrs. Harry O'Brien, Park River, president of the hostess district; Mrs. W. E. Holland, Mayville, State Feder- ation secretary; Mrs. E. A. Handy, THURSDAY, Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Orstad and children, Cindy and Terry, of Ad- ams and Mrs. Murry King and fam- ily were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Orstad. Mr. "and Mrs. B. M. Brown and Washburn, State president Federation; Mrs. R. D. Northwood, secretary of first district, NDFWC; Mrs, Neilsen, Hoople, State Mrs. Gordon Greenwood, River, co-convention the rear standing are Mrs. A. Larson. Park River, eration treasurer, left, and Lorenz Mahrer, Park chairman of the conventio$ (Photo by Hultstrand) Hold Planning Meeting on purchase of $10.00 in merchandise Fashion Shop Park River, North Dakota Expires April 15, 1956 Sheriff Orville Olson of Grafton, chief deputy sheriff, has that he will be a candidate iff in the 1956 primary and son, Dean. of Grand Forks visited in elections. Park River last week end at the He has been a resident Harold Schlenk and Ernie Berger for 25 years and has served homes. The Browns are former lo- I deputy sheriff since Jan. 1, eal residents, Mr. Brown having[ He is a former member of been employed at the creamery a tpolice force at Grafton, few years ago. ! served six years. E TAWAY i THE SECRET OF THE SMOOTHNESS IS IN THE SECOND COUPIL. INGI . . Jetaway features TWO fluid  ...... couplings to give you twice  : the smoothness! The second ',:. coupling fills and spills with  ::: jet-like speed to ease you into every driving range so quietly, '-' 1 se smoothly the change is almost imperceptible. Just try Oldsmobile's Jetaway... it's -.  ' the greatest advance in auto- marie transmissions in 17 years! Ot_E00 MO welcome ease of the newest in modern power features. And, when it comes to looks, Oldsmobilc's Starfire styling is in a class by itself with its original side treatment and trend-setting "Intagrille Bumper." This Olds can he yours at a price that's amazingly low. Stop in today and see! *Standard on Series Ninety.Eight; optional of cost on all other series. tOptional of exlra of Safe/), Poww Steering dar, d. ora on Series Ninety-Eight And how you get away.* With the flashing "go" that Hydra-Matic made so famous, plus a new liquid smooth. ness that's Jetaway's alone. Just try Jetaway*. Pour on the power! You'll see the dramatic difference, when Oldsmohile's revolutionary transmis. sion pairs with the Rocket T-350 Engine... 9.25-to-1 compression bi.. Here's super action with power to spare. What's more, in this Olds you wing along in the solid assurance of its sure-footed Safety-lidc Chassis See Our Gcll r. Show ably tailored interior . with the Ii__ VISIT THE "ROCKET ROOM"... AT YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER'S! Park River, N. D. SILLIMAN IMPLEMENT CO. Fred Silliman, Prop. Dial 3d9111