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W COUNTY PRESS MaY: it in the hopes that something willl Fred Wlllson took his stock Judging]and his band to the microphone, Mr.] GARFIELD LUTHERAN ':cf white paint on the , appen to the crop somewhere else,  team to Crookston Saturday. I Overbye said. "We are also equally] George Sather, Pastor. nail sidhng before painting. i North Dakota can only hope to I proud, however, of the occasion mark- Sunday May 5th. Each bid must be compete by growing more and better Miss Franc Rath of St. Andrews] ed by Sousa's first broadcast. By put-.I Young Peoples Society will meet at. a certified check in the sum 1883 I potatoes per acre. It costs $47 19 township was a visitor at the J. D. tting on the road over 500,000 new l 8:0 o'clock P. M. A good program per cent of the gross amount | every Thursday in the]grow 200 bushels per acre. This is. Robertson home Sunday. t O-olet sixes since January 1. w t. and refreshments. All welcome, check to be made payable Park River, North Da- of course, immaterial in a year like have established a record never befor I President of the School Board entered as second class mat- that Just pased, because the above LCCAL STUDENT WRITES Iduplicated by any dealer organize. BIDS WANTED the Park River postoffice. 'tground handling costs were more WINNING SONG IN CONrEsrlt ion distributiu. six cylinder auto- Opeal oral bids will be heard by the !than the market price. Our certified mobiles. In f,t. no other dealer or- LARS J. SILJAN seed growers cannot afford to pay handling costs and storage on over- i MAY 2, 1929, size, hollow heart, knobby Wotatoes which are easily damaged in hand- AS AMBASSADO !lin'. Seed is cheap this year. Cut . " 2 ounce seed piece which will have Vice President Charles O is the new Anlba.ssaddr to qne or two eyes and grow a vigorous I ....... if a t--r plant Treat vour seed. Run the ........ planter slow so tile pickers will get ubmitted by students of the Walsh coma nave oeen masc. --c  ...... a nrm grip on the chunky seed-pieces County Agricultural and Training! City a 11:00. Norse. encx ]s a gooa smmol for p . _ ,.  ............. L..-.' ut m a faster sprocket so that you School. [ Park Center at 3:00. Norse. lb UKIlIb b1| lllUUhMtb . personal relations with the will plant not less than 1 healthy A student from the Dickinson, 1 Pleasant at 7:30. English. i seed piece per foot. Larger seed:North Dakota High School, took se- City at 8:00. Luther League. There Corps socially, most pieces, well treated, planted closer ! cond place while third place wen will be no Bible Halfhour at 7:30. our history our have been sent on tle:Will reduce the chances for over-size.:to a student from the LaMoure high S.J. Straudjord. Pastor to England, because of the: knobby, hollow, ill-shaped and diseas- school. of the relationships be- ed diseased tubers. Give the Early METMODIST CIIURCH The winning song in a State Wide I ganization in the history of emalYj : trier" SchOOlNo.BOard111 atf theSauterschoolSChlhouseDtS'in Song Contest sponsored by the Homei llnder mamffucture has ever 'hflll Seater TownsDAp, at 2 P. M. May 14 Econor:.ics department of the C,t, [this record in th,- cour;e of qa section 22, Township 155, Range 59, Agzicultural College, was written by; year. Mary Nancy Dike. daughter of Don ald Dik,.. prominent Farmingtc., THE CHURCHES township farmer. 2:he song was one of three to be LU TilEII.a.N CIt [H[:ICll 1929 for tLe following labor: Bids lh)ued are .or labor only, all matermls will be furnished by Sauter School District. Make Separate bids for each job. 1. Remove the old composition roof- ing from the school house roof, ap- p!y new composition roofing, and one oat of tar on same. 2. In the school house, re-plaste all spots from which the plaster has fallen, first removing all loose plas- ter. 3. Kalsomlne all the school rooms. distxict. The Board reserves the right ject any and all bids. By order of the School Sauter School District No. Dated this 10th day of April, 1929. Frank Kva sniC P O address Lawton. N. Dag FARME You need a Lighting Your farm. Remember WE STINGHOU SE and America. Many, Ohio a chance, let it get to market Ambassadors to England without getting all battered out of of Presidential calibre, shape, and it would be more popular G, Dawes. an international  tlutr most varieties. Some of the as a great national figure be-growers in Walsh county may get In! work on the Dawes corn-position o put up ehoiced potatoes', pommmes personal qualitie,s branded in 15 pound sacks the corn- will surely make him a popular iing season, says H. D. Long, seed spe- London. His knowledge eialist, working with the Northeast- ern Breeders' Association. flngnce will be t, We wlsh him all good in his new post, LIFE 8TILL LURES Talley, world famous, th the youngest prl- grace the st4e of Opera House-- poessed of wealth envied by farm girl, decision to tab uP farm and leave her career This "kitchen" potato trade is grow- ing fast. Customers and stores like to hardle these goods. The live pot- to man will get ready. It is said [ be coming rapidly. AGITATION AND IGISLATION Agit,,tton always precedes legisla- tion of any consequence." It is a ipart of the necessary machinery of democracy and if we did not have men powerful in agitation, we would soon become stagnant, But it is equally important to realize that the for her the glamour of general statements, slogans, prom- lights, first nlht, and tl!ises of the soap boxer, the press ; of the multitude. gent. he exhorter arid the organiz- own accord, she iS going er can hardly be carried literally ln- a farm for to legislation. When we actually make of happiness, laws, we have to consider constitu-, wonderful example for ahItonality, definite methods of carry- and girls who are on farmsing out proposals, and the wefare of that their opportunities are i the majority of the citizens. The most thery. Marion Talley has lsensible way to look at gen.--m agita- that the city has has made ler decision , of tt all us as very significant, of the deceasing farm popu- It shows that the farm still definite lm'ethat always aIrld be turning to the 9.ke of health and iap- of Marion Talley is a tremendous influenc-- qon, such as the one we have gone through for farm relief, iS to consid- er it as a mandate that something. serious ought to be done rather than that the sweeping statements should be carried literally into law. We got '.practically nothing from the two pre- ;violin sessions of Congress because' iwe insisted on getting a eertaln mea. ! sure just as it was talked on the soap , box. itstead of trying to. get all that was possible from those in power, attention to the The farmers can take a lesson from i h. life on the frm '.labor in this respect. Labor does a  America. , great deal of agitating, but its wiserl  hcad are always prepared to take li TRADES , c,eryhing they can get for labor from  .. s a hue and cry that certain c:tch session of Congress. They corn- may not like o se  tromise on half a loaf when the I farmin bctter protecte0, v:h,)le loaf l no obtainable. . people are trying W,, must preven bitter-end agita-  ? by not,trig tidal these i o:,; from preentln action in this will not like to lmvc., i Decial scansion and be, prepared to: excluded from .ppreciate wlmt the ,'tesmen put Of coHrse, Canada, A'-  into aua! legisla.n. Cuba. Au,stralk't. etc.. will l  - I[ much of olr market aa FLAX SEED SURVEY BEINI fo|iM}y willing5 to let them CONDUCTED IN WAL,H COUNTY We urrnd r our ow: i Seed flax is se,rce this spring, and l : as a s'ovt,reie'n n::ttion nd otH' duty o our :vn D,:ople if x-,' ]in greater demand than usllal, be- & Stcl consideration guide our cuse of delayed seeding and corn- : Neither th.-oretically n(n parative price of flax on the marke:, i t has another nation any Because of the difficulty whicl in our home market many farmers are having in locating. manufacturers would like seed flax. a survey of available seed the:e other colatrles by is being conducted by tie Ag'riculur- market flop sales al SChool in Park River. All elevators and farmers who have his is a sh@t- surplus iax af any variety, in even Americanfr even ttefrmersmanufac- nall lots of one or more bushels are The ara I urged to write in at, once, statin possibility of:l quantity for sale, variey and pric umber of the :and also to send in sample. for further I Lists of all seed will be mailed to by the Farm BarG.] all banks and elevators each week : action for a year or so that farmers wishing to locate seed emergency farm ino- can secure the information in their tier  i ewn emmunity- and cn tile special ses;ion. PLANS FOR POULTRY WORK of trading oi, , FOR SUMMER DISCUSSED i them a so-called t  Plans /'or ,oultry work for the corn-i tl:' large propor-ling summer were the chief topic of 1 use it as an excuse for 1 more on the matter of ade-1 discussin at the meeting of the poul- protection. The farm aid bflll ry division of the Northeast Breed- the tuse is an excel- era Association, held at the Agrtcul ] in no sease a substitute rural School, Park River. last Wed- ally failure to keep unfair corn- nesday evening. out of our market. The farm A committee of Mrs. Ole Brager, ment in gov- Hoople, Mrs. Jacob Dobmelcr, Park River, Mrs. Ira Porter, Hoople and I. Adequate protection. n proved me- E. Miller of Grafton, was named to whereby we can add frn 60,- devise means of preventing poultry to 80,000.00 acres to the de- theft. for good plow land in this Decision was reached [o have . poultry tour in June to be in charge all of a committee composed of Dr. S. insist on adequate pro- We,gate, rtfon. M. P, Nickolay, as set forth m the Miv:aesoa] Lankin, and E. J. Tainor, Park Rio- An intere:ting talk on poultry feed- COSTS , hc methcts was given by O. J. Wels- her. of the Pillsbury Milling Corn- been issted by the  Irtitute of a possi- pany. EXecutive comnittee for POultry di- potatoes for vision is comlSed of: I IL E. Miller--Grafton, Chalrman  states. Reduction in south. I Clarence Staxkrafton season, will have lit- northern late crop. Mrs. Mtndus HultstrndMIIton the intend Chas. DreveckyAdams M. P. NickolyLala season Mrs. Ira Porter--Hoople M. Ida Midgrden w. P. Wil4Iville tlre are Mrs. JaCob DobmeferPrk R/ver Rh,erside ah Lodge will meet ?'mlay evenlr May 7. SOUSA'S BAND TO BE tlEARD OVER RADIO NEXT MONDAY John Philip Sousa and his world famous band will be heard over the radio for the first time on Monday evening, May 6th, in an horn" broad- cast, sponsored by Chevrolet Motor Copmany to signalize the achievement of placing on the road over a halt: million new six cylinder c:trs in four months time. Sunday. May 5 M E. church, S. O. Lvine. Hartney, Man., will preach. Jams Anderson. Pastor BISIIOPS BROWN'S ITERUARY Bislmp Wallace E. Brown's iterurary in the Grand Forks district under di- rection of Rev. F. S. Hollett, dtstrie superintendent. Wednesday, May 8, Bowesmont 3:00 P.M. Wedne.,ay, M:W 8. Drayton,. 8:00 P. halls, cloak-rooms, in short, kalsomine all plastered surfaces in school build- ing. 4. Kalsomine all plastered surfaces in the teacherage. 5. Ispect and repair the ventilat- ing system in the school building. 6. Thoroughly inspect and repair all windows, doors, Window frames and door frames in the tcacherage, re-putty sash where necessary, hang Dew dora where necessary; repai famous director-composer who has[ Monday, May 13. Starkweather. 2:30 been an Am ,ric;tn intituion for the p M. past two decades. Monday, May 13. Starkweather. 2:301 "Naturally, we Chevrolet dealers rH'e F.M. !i proud that our company has been. Monday, May 13. Devils Lake ban-i ' instrumental m int, roducing Sou, a quet 6 P. M, if i, is the best 1 cn aNo fumdh Batteries for all make p/ants I i' i THE i FORD HENRY The radio debut of the famou M, "March King" will come through Na- Thursday, May 9. Hoople, 3:00 P. l. ',frames. 7. Palm the teacherage two coats tional Broadcasting Company coast l Thursday, May 9, St. Thomas. 8:00] ..- to coast chain during th,, reguDr P M. Mtors ",lmtly Hour". sttring at Friday. May 10, Neche, 3:00 P. M. 8:30 p.m. Friday, May 10, Pembina. 8:00 P, M. According to Overbye & Scidmor,: [ Saturday, May 11, Grand Fork. IGA Auto Company, local Chevrolet deal- banquet and aIdress. 6 P. M,  era, Chevrolet was particularly for- i Sunday, May 12, Grand FoFTks 10:- tunate in seeking an t, tractlon to 45 A. M. emphasize its latest record to secure! Sunday. May 12. Park Rtver. 7:3S` RTOR E NE,W o the first, radio performance of thi P M. : I April 29 ! ---May B-room and 00aan " BRINGS YOU Park River, N. D. Fixtures and Wiring at prices. Bluing,, 10 oz. Gloss Starch, package for l Ivory Laundry soap 2 bars THE SAFETY OF STEEL Sisal Clothes line, 50 feet Clothes pins, 2 pkgs Brillo steel wool Blue Rose ri00e, 3 lbs. 1 N/=W FORD "' '': ' TUDOR SEDAN S5_ ) (F. O. B. Deltoid, plu, arge ldr [relgh: md delirery, umpers and scre tire extra.) THE bodies of the new Ford are unusually str,ng and sturdy because of the cxtenslve use of steel--a Feint worth remembering in these days of heavy aflc Other safety factors arc the Triplex sba:tc-roof glass windshield, the reHbiti/ of the fd[, e,-cccd six.be system, and the way the new Ford 6olds-the. road." There no swaying or shimmylng eve-, at bgh speeds. Call or telephone for dcm:i:,.':.::.'. \\;'c,:'J! 1: the alert, capable performance of tiffs great new car. Roadstt 450 Phaeton, 460 Tudor Sedan, 25 Pmtsiness Coupe, 525 Coupe, 550 ]  Sport Coupe, with rumble .eat, 5O Fordor Sedan, $62 i fli pr 1. o, b. Dolt, pht hcrge top reght and delivery. umprm nd spare tir t','a.) ! Mills-Farup Auto Co. , I Park River Lankin Shoe: polish in cans 1 to ha( LaFavorite chocolate, 1 lb. Calumet Baking Powder Puffed wheat, per pkg. 12 Ass't pure preserves 16 oz. Fruit for salad, 5 ass't No. I can Swansdown Cake flour Olives, qt.Jar Pineapples, sliced 31 Crisco, 1 Ib, Crisco, 3 Ibs. 71, Guest Ivory soap, 12 bars Did you )ry I.G'A. Olemargarine lb. It took first prize at the World Meet I. G.A. Coffee .38c, 43c, 49c Landsb0r0uflh Market WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW Phone/26 Park River FARM RELIEF AND MORE MONEY are two things that everybody t seems to be talking about---and both are vital questions---Many /I farmers and producers are convinced that the quickest way to get relief is to help themselves by producing Better Cream, Eggs and Poultry, for which there i$ ways a good demand at our plant---We will produce the money in big prices to you. Corn the prices, which we are paying today, with any market anywhere, then get busy. Today, May 2nd, 1929 Select White Eggs 240 Select Brown Eggs 24c DeSoto No.. I 22c UndergradeS - 17c Sweet Cream 510 Heavy Hens, over 4 ibs 220 Light Hens - - 19o 8tags - - - %5c Cox - - - a 10 8our Cream 48c De Soto Creamery & Produce Co. Phone 330 : " Grm|ton, N.D. W COUNTY PRESS MaY: it in the hopes that something willl Fred Wlllson took his stock Judging]and his band to the microphone, Mr.] GARFIELD LUTHERAN ':cf white paint on the , appen to the crop somewhere else,  team to Crookston Saturday. I Overbye said. "We are also equally] George Sather, Pastor. nail sidhng before painting. i North Dakota can only hope to I proud, however, of the occasion mark- Sunday May 5th. Each bid must be compete by growing more and better Miss Franc Rath of St. Andrews] ed by Sousa's first broadcast. By put-.I Young Peoples Society will meet at. a certified check in the sum 1883 I potatoes per acre. It costs $47 19 township was a visitor at the J. D. tting on the road over 500,000 new l 8:0 o'clock P. M. A good program per cent of the gross amount | every Thursday in the]grow 200 bushels per acre. This is. Robertson home Sunday. t O-olet sixes since January 1. w t. and refreshments. All welcome, check to be made payable Park River, North Da- of course, immaterial in a year like have established a record never befor I President of the School Board entered as second class mat- that Just pased, because the above LCCAL STUDENT WRITES Iduplicated by any dealer organize. BIDS WANTED the Park River postoffice. 'tground handling costs were more WINNING SONG IN CONrEsrlt ion distributiu. six cylinder auto- Opeal oral bids will be heard by the !than the market price. Our certified mobiles. In f,t. no other dealer or- LARS J. SILJAN seed growers cannot afford to pay handling costs and storage on over- i MAY 2, 1929, size, hollow heart, knobby Wotatoes which are easily damaged in hand- AS AMBASSADO !lin'. Seed is cheap this year. Cut . " 2 ounce seed piece which will have Vice President Charles O is the new Anlba.ssaddr to qne or two eyes and grow a vigorous I ....... if a t--r plant Treat vour seed. Run the ........ planter slow so tile pickers will get ubmitted by students of the Walsh coma nave oeen masc. --c  ...... a nrm grip on the chunky seed-pieces County Agricultural and Training! City a 11:00. Norse. encx ]s a gooa smmol for p . _ ,.  ............. L..-.' ut m a faster sprocket so that you School. [ Park Center at 3:00. Norse. lb UKIlIb b1| lllUUhMtb . personal relations with the will plant not less than 1 healthy A student from the Dickinson, 1 Pleasant at 7:30. English. i seed piece per foot. Larger seed:North Dakota High School, took se- City at 8:00. Luther League. There Corps socially, most pieces, well treated, planted closer ! cond place while third place wen will be no Bible Halfhour at 7:30. our history our have been sent on tle:Will reduce the chances for over-size.:to a student from the LaMoure high S.J. Straudjord. Pastor to England, because of the: knobby, hollow, ill-shaped and diseas- school. of the relationships be- ed diseased tubers. Give the Early METMODIST CIIURCH The winning song in a State Wide I ganization in the history of emalYj : trier" SchOOlNo.BOard111 atf theSauterschoolSChlhouseDtS'in Song Contest sponsored by the Homei llnder mamffucture has ever 'hflll Seater TownsDAp, at 2 P. M. May 14 Econor:.ics department of the C,t, [this record in th,- cour;e of qa section 22, Township 155, Range 59, Agzicultural College, was written by; year. Mary Nancy Dike. daughter of Don ald Dik,.. prominent Farmingtc., THE CHURCHES township farmer. 2:he song was one of three to be LU TilEII.a.N CIt [H[:ICll 1929 for tLe following labor: Bids lh)ued are .or labor only, all matermls will be furnished by Sauter School District. Make Separate bids for each job. 1. Remove the old composition roof- ing from the school house roof, ap- p!y new composition roofing, and one oat of tar on same. 2. In the school house, re-plaste all spots from which the plaster has fallen, first removing all loose plas- ter. 3. Kalsomlne all the school rooms. distxict. The Board reserves the right ject any and all bids. By order of the School Sauter School District No. Dated this 10th day of April, 1929. Frank Kva sniC P O address Lawton. N. Dag FARME You need a Lighting Your farm. Remember WE STINGHOU SE and America. Many, Ohio a chance, let it get to market Ambassadors to England without getting all battered out of of Presidential calibre, shape, and it would be more popular G, Dawes. an international  tlutr most varieties. Some of the as a great national figure be-growers in Walsh county may get In! work on the Dawes corn-position o put up ehoiced potatoes', pommmes personal qualitie,s branded in 15 pound sacks the corn- will surely make him a popular iing season, says H. D. Long, seed spe- London. His knowledge eialist, working with the Northeast- ern Breeders' Association. flngnce will be t, We wlsh him all good in his new post, LIFE 8TILL LURES Talley, world famous, th the youngest prl- grace the st4e of Opera House-- poessed of wealth envied by farm girl, decision to tab uP farm and leave her career This "kitchen" potato trade is grow- ing fast. Customers and stores like to hardle these goods. The live pot- to man will get ready. It is said [ be coming rapidly. AGITATION AND IGISLATION Agit,,tton always precedes legisla- tion of any consequence." It is a ipart of the necessary machinery of democracy and if we did not have men powerful in agitation, we would soon become stagnant, But it is equally important to realize that the for her the glamour of general statements, slogans, prom- lights, first nlht, and tl!ises of the soap boxer, the press ; of the multitude. gent. he exhorter arid the organiz- own accord, she iS going er can hardly be carried literally ln- a farm for to legislation. When we actually make of happiness, laws, we have to consider constitu-, wonderful example for ahItonality, definite methods of carry- and girls who are on farmsing out proposals, and the wefare of that their opportunities are i the majority of the citizens. The most thery. Marion Talley has lsensible way to look at gen.--m agita- that the city has has made ler decision , of tt all us as very significant, of the deceasing farm popu- It shows that the farm still definite lm'ethat always aIrld be turning to the 9.ke of health and iap- of Marion Talley is a tremendous influenc-- qon, such as the one we have gone through for farm relief, iS to consid- er it as a mandate that something. serious ought to be done rather than that the sweeping statements should be carried literally into law. We got '.practically nothing from the two pre- ;violin sessions of Congress because' iwe insisted on getting a eertaln mea. ! sure just as it was talked on the soap , box. itstead of trying to. get all that was possible from those in power, attention to the The farmers can take a lesson from i h. life on the frm '.labor in this respect. Labor does a  America. , great deal of agitating, but its wiserl  hcad are always prepared to take li TRADES , c,eryhing they can get for labor from  .. s a hue and cry that certain c:tch session of Congress. They corn- may not like o se  tromise on half a loaf when the I farmin bctter protecte0, v:h,)le loaf l no obtainable. . people are trying W,, must preven bitter-end agita-  ? by not,trig tidal these i o:,; from preentln action in this will not like to lmvc., i Decial scansion and be, prepared to: excluded from .ppreciate wlmt the ,'tesmen put Of coHrse, Canada, A'-  into aua! legisla.n. Cuba. Au,stralk't. etc.. will l  - I[ much of olr market aa FLAX SEED SURVEY BEINI fo|iM}y willing5 to let them CONDUCTED IN WAL,H COUNTY We urrnd r our ow: i Seed flax is se,rce this spring, and l : as a s'ovt,reie'n n::ttion nd otH' duty o our :vn D,:ople if x-,' ]in greater demand than usllal, be- & Stcl consideration guide our cuse of delayed seeding and corn- : Neither th.-oretically n(n parative price of flax on the marke:, i t has another nation any Because of the difficulty whicl in our home market many farmers are having in locating. manufacturers would like seed flax. a survey of available seed the:e other colatrles by is being conducted by tie Ag'riculur- market flop sales al SChool in Park River. All elevators and farmers who have his is a sh@t- surplus iax af any variety, in even Americanfr even ttefrmersmanufac- nall lots of one or more bushels are The ara I urged to write in at, once, statin possibility of:l quantity for sale, variey and pric umber of the :and also to send in sample. for further I Lists of all seed will be mailed to by the Farm BarG.] all banks and elevators each week : action for a year or so that farmers wishing to locate seed emergency farm ino- can secure the information in their tier  i ewn emmunity- and cn tile special ses;ion. PLANS FOR POULTRY WORK of trading oi, , FOR SUMMER DISCUSSED i them a so-called t  Plans /'or ,oultry work for the corn-i tl:' large propor-ling summer were the chief topic of 1 use it as an excuse for 1 more on the matter of ade-1 discussin at the meeting of the poul- protection. The farm aid bflll ry division of the Northeast Breed- the tuse is an excel- era Association, held at the Agrtcul ] in no sease a substitute rural School, Park River. last Wed- ally failure to keep unfair corn- nesday evening. out of our market. The farm A committee of Mrs. Ole Brager, ment in gov- Hoople, Mrs. Jacob Dobmelcr, Park River, Mrs. Ira Porter, Hoople and I. Adequate protection. n proved me- E. Miller of Grafton, was named to whereby we can add frn 60,- devise means of preventing poultry to 80,000.00 acres to the de- theft. for good plow land in this Decision was reached [o have . poultry tour in June to be in charge all of a committee composed of Dr. S. insist on adequate pro- We,gate, rtfon. M. P, Nickolay, as set forth m the Miv:aesoa] Lankin, and E. J. Tainor, Park Rio- An intere:ting talk on poultry feed- COSTS , hc methcts was given by O. J. Wels- her. of the Pillsbury Milling Corn- been issted by the  Irtitute of a possi- pany. EXecutive comnittee for POultry di- potatoes for vision is comlSed of: I IL E. Miller--Grafton, Chalrman  states. Reduction in south. I Clarence Staxkrafton season, will have lit- northern late crop. Mrs. Mtndus HultstrndMIIton the intend Chas. DreveckyAdams M. P. NickolyLala season Mrs. Ira Porter--Hoople M. Ida Midgrden w. P. Wil4Iville tlre are Mrs. JaCob DobmeferPrk R/ver Rh,erside ah Lodge will meet ?'mlay evenlr May 7. SOUSA'S BAND TO BE tlEARD OVER RADIO NEXT MONDAY John Philip Sousa and his world famous band will be heard over the radio for the first time on Monday evening, May 6th, in an horn" broad- cast, sponsored by Chevrolet Motor Copmany to signalize the achievement of placing on the road over a halt: million new six cylinder c:trs in four months time. Sunday. May 5 M E. church, S. O. Lvine. Hartney, Man., will preach. Jams Anderson. Pastor BISIIOPS BROWN'S ITERUARY Bislmp Wallace E. Brown's iterurary in the Grand Forks district under di- rection of Rev. F. S. Hollett, dtstrie superintendent. Wednesday, May 8, Bowesmont 3:00 P.M. Wedne.,ay, M:W 8. Drayton,. 8:00 P. halls, cloak-rooms, in short, kalsomine all plastered surfaces in school build- ing. 4. Kalsomine all plastered surfaces in the teacherage. 5. Ispect and repair the ventilat- ing system in the school building. 6. Thoroughly inspect and repair all windows, doors, Window frames and door frames in the tcacherage, re-putty sash where necessary, hang Dew dora where necessary; repai famous director-composer who has[ Monday, May 13. Starkweather. 2:30 been an Am ,ric;tn intituion for the p M. past two decades. Monday, May 13. Starkweather. 2:301 "Naturally, we Chevrolet dealers rH'e F.M. !i proud that our company has been. Monday, May 13. Devils Lake ban-i ' instrumental m int, roducing Sou, a quet 6 P. M, if i, is the best 1 cn aNo fumdh Batteries for all make p/ants I i' i THE i FORD HENRY The radio debut of the famou M, "March King" will come through Na- Thursday, May 9. Hoople, 3:00 P. l. ',frames. 7. Palm the teacherage two coats tional Broadcasting Company coast l Thursday, May 9, St. Thomas. 8:00] ..- to coast chain during th,, reguDr P M. Mtors ",lmtly Hour". sttring at Friday. May 10, Neche, 3:00 P. M. 8:30 p.m. Friday, May 10, Pembina. 8:00 P, M. According to Overbye & Scidmor,: [ Saturday, May 11, Grand Fork. IGA Auto Company, local Chevrolet deal- banquet and aIdress. 6 P. M,  era, Chevrolet was particularly for- i Sunday, May 12, Grand FoFTks 10:- tunate in seeking an t, tractlon to 45 A. M. emphasize its latest record to secure! Sunday. May 12. Park Rtver. 7:3S` RTOR E NE,W o the first, radio performance of thi P M. : I April 29 ! ---May B-room and 00aan " BRINGS YOU Park River, N. D. Fixtures and Wiring at prices. Bluing,, 10 oz. Gloss Starch, package for l Ivory Laundry soap 2 bars THE SAFETY OF STEEL Sisal Clothes line, 50 feet Clothes pins, 2 pkgs Brillo steel wool Blue Rose ri00e, 3 lbs. 1 N/=W FORD "' '': ' TUDOR SEDAN S5_ ) (F. O. B. Deltoid, plu, arge ldr [relgh: md delirery, umpers and scre tire extra.) THE bodies of the new Ford are unusually str,ng and sturdy because of the cxtenslve use of steel--a Feint worth remembering in these days of heavy aflc Other safety factors arc the Triplex sba:tc-roof glass windshield, the reHbiti/ of the fd[, e,-cccd six.be system, and the way the new Ford 6olds-the. road." There no swaying or shimmylng eve-, at bgh speeds. Call or telephone for dcm:i:,.':.::.'. \\;'c,:'J! 1: the alert, capable performance of tiffs great new car. Roadstt 450 Phaeton, 460 Tudor Sedan, 25 Pmtsiness Coupe, 525 Coupe, 550 ]  Sport Coupe, with rumble .eat, 5O Fordor Sedan, $62 i fli pr 1. o, b. Dolt, pht hcrge top reght and delivery. umprm nd spare tir t','a.) ! Mills-Farup Auto Co. , I Park River Lankin Shoe: polish in cans 1 to ha( LaFavorite chocolate, 1 lb. Calumet Baking Powder Puffed wheat, per pkg. 12 Ass't pure preserves 16 oz. Fruit for salad, 5 ass't No. I can Swansdown Cake flour Olives, qt.Jar Pineapples, sliced 31 Crisco, 1 Ib, Crisco, 3 Ibs. 71, Guest Ivory soap, 12 bars Did you )ry I.G'A. Olemargarine lb. It took first prize at the World Meet I. G.A. Coffee .38c, 43c, 49c Landsb0r0uflh Market WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW Phone/26 Park River FARM RELIEF AND MORE MONEY are two things that everybody t seems to be talking about---and both are vital questions---Many /I farmers and producers are convinced that the quickest way to get relief is to help themselves by producing Better Cream, Eggs and Poultry, for which there i$ ways a good demand at our plant---We will produce the money in big prices to you. Corn the prices, which we are paying today, with any market anywhere, then get busy. Today, May 2nd, 1929 Select White Eggs 240 Select Brown Eggs 24c DeSoto No.. I 22c UndergradeS - 17c Sweet Cream 510 Heavy Hens, over 4 ibs 220 Light Hens - - 19o 8tags - - - %5c Cox - - - a 10 8our Cream 48c De Soto Creamery & Produce Co. Phone 330 : " Grm|ton, N.D.