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v2, 19$. Henry Hanson from Dundee town-I The Lutheran Ladles Aid Society LL LOCALS ship was a opper in ton Wed.e ]will meet next Wedday aner.oon Wick. of Hatton spent the at the church parlor. The hostesses I at his home here. j day. " tare Mrs. Gustav Brandt and Mrs. N. John Bena was busy handing out j. Martfjeren. Everybody welcome. Jamieson  son Keith visit- ] the cigars Tuesday. The occasion be- / at Edlnburg between ing the arrival of a young lady at 1 Rev. S. Currie returned" Saturday Monday. John's home. from Pensacola, Florida, where he and Mrs. F. E. Weed accom- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Heddon of !spent the winter at the home of hit Mrs. Spai to Grand Forks on Crystal City, Man., were eek-end son Will Carrie. where sire took the train guests at the home of Mrs. Heddon's News has been received of the birth to visit relatives for sever-!parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McEaeh- of a baby daughter to Prof. and Mr.. ern. I R. N. Grace, April 24, at their home in Denver, Colo. Prof Grace and wife FINNESETH'S Special # 0fferings Cookies Rice Raisins Apples Frosted and Marshmallow tops 9/.  4 kinds, Special a pound ......... - ,uo Ro. 15C 2 pounds ............................ d or sol. 23C 2-1 pound packages ................. Choice Roman Beauties 25C 3 pounds for ....................... are former residents of Park Rive, and their many friends extend con-. gratulations. , Miss Louise Ctrle motored here from Valley City Monday to visit a 'few days with her father. Rev. S. Currie. Mrs. Floyd Vanderwarka and daughter Betty Jean, of Council Bluffs Iowa. who have spent the past two weeks visiting at the home-of Mrs. Vanderwarka's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Larson. left Tuesday for their home. Mrs. Henry Borgeson of Fargo, who visited at the Ed Thompson home in Vernon township for two weeks, left Tuesday for her home. J. Ulvan of New Rockford was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Neste on Sunday. WALSHCOUNTY THE MARKET Hose , po,. .ds $1 19 Peas E=ly v,oty, wo 25C .q size, 2 cans ........................ Sum Sausage Fresh, Fine eating .33c liter eo ...................... I Pound Japan Tea o..d ,apao 65C Tea Pot, both for ...... CHILDREN'S PLAY SUITS and DRESSES One lot, regular $1.25 ' values, special 95c The Misses Ruth Neste of (]za/tont and A]yce Neste of Grand Forks were week-end guests at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Neste. Mr. Glass of the State Highway de partment was an arrival in town i Monday on an inspection trip of  Highway No 17. ! David S. Owen ormev Secretary of the Minor Civic and Commercial Club was a guest at the home of hls cousin, Mrs. H. O. Sauer on Wed- nesday. , Ole Orstad, County Commissioner from the Adams district, was a call- er in town Wednesday on his way to Grand Forks. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dahi and daughter motored to St. Thomas on Sunday and were guests at the F. ',i Stark home The baby daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. E Weed was baptized Thursday noon. Rev. Robertson officiating. Prices quoted locally today were: Wheat ........................... $:6 Amber Durum .................. Durum ............... . ....... ./9 Barley .................. - ..... .44 Oats ........................... 3,t Rye .......................... 73 Flax ........................ 2.111 f}lIOl)lTCl'; Eggs ............................. 19 Butterfat ...................... 4.5 WANTED--Breaker bottoms, for Emer? ] son Triple Tractor plow.--River- side Farm, Edinburg, N. D. 8-3tc FOR Any FOR SALE---Two Shorthorn bulls. H. thing to sell, Landborough, Park River. N. D. [ somebody reading 1,2t want it. Tell them YOR SALE--Ceres Wheat, Trebi '- vertislng in this column. le and some oats for sale---Mrs, little, but brings results. Alex :Ford, Park River. 52-3tc F-AB---Y CHICKS---Productlon FOR SALE--2 porch shades in good Comb White Leghorns mated condition. Dave Mills. Call at Mills- Pedigreed Cockerels, sons of Farup Auto Co. 2-3t record dams $12.00 per 100; I breeds. $14.00 per 100. 1.00 per FOR SALE--At reasonable price " less if you call for your Frances Elaine was the name chosen. NOTICE To Taxpayers and Tenants Shetland pony. Jacob Novak, Pl-] tom hatching. Hen and in sek, N. Dak. 2-3tp eggs. N. L. Stavee, Union, N. Park River -__ . ' es and garbage from baekyards and i A JOHN .lois must be removed before May 1st. : s.eh ash- d gare are not NO. 999 corn removed It will be done bY" the city at $30 * the e,enso of the oer of the po- ter. Almost like new. , or percy. Notice is also ven that hou consider trade.  ill deliver. garbage cans will be called for at the BROS M N end of eve w. RUDE ., ona, . By order of the Park River City council. @ JOHN MARTYN E. R. LANDSBOROUGH T. F. MEAGHER P.2t Street Committee BUSINESS LOCALS Send your ]21ms for developing and rtntlng to Hair,rand Studio. 48-4tf -- ! If for alLY reason you feel dissatis- fied with Gamble's paint while apply- ing, you may return the unused hal-I ance and we will return your money tot the entire amount. Grafton. N.D. t L z How easy to fill your car with oil from a pour-ezee drum--5 gallons 100 per cent pure Pennsylvania oil 65c i gal.Dmn Free. Axle grease 10 i pound pail 69c. Gamble Stores. __ i The ambition of Gamble Stores Is i to have their stocks held by their! employee and customers, so that both  can paricipate in the profits as well as the savings. Your money earns 7. per cent. 434 Stinson Blvd., Mime-i eapolis. WANT ADS 1 ODSE FOR SALF,--House and four lots, Imm, chicken coop, garage on] Highway 17, in Park River. Antoa 1-St .23rues ly ONN WKI' BEND ndm igJ Prepares a Whole Meal While You are Awayl D;z er needs no watching in TbG 1Fatrlau Coo'.e It cooks in its own rich juices, the whole meal over one low burner[ Preserves .precious vitamines and natural miner- als. Saves ume, fuel, and food. Large inset pans and steamer tray, Two convenient clamjps. Re- versible steel base. Snu-fitth:/ cover with auto- matic valve, $5.90--8 qt. size 12 qt. size, $7.75 A luncheon was served after the ser- vice. ! O One of the State Highway powe Erviek. Phone 174. ptrois was here Tuesday helping straighten out t.e rough spots on FOR SALB--A good refrig-rator. A1-i 'N and o. 17th both east west of town. I Io serial ton of ice stored in old 1 ! John McEachern shipped another ]1 ParkPmrankeRivr.ice house.David Mills, PARK RIVER :carload of stock the south St Paul I S-lV sl0eklyards on-Tuesday. [ ..... -- ................ "  ............. Miss Mary Hobbs twho was a[--' M week-end guest at the Harmon Jones /  LAUGH AND BE HAPPYI [left Tuesday for her home in Grand A. FI00NESETH-CO. Quality Merchandise at Right Prices Phone 37 mmm mm . Sr o. VAV--eVeRV DAy ' iiiiitlilll[ll iiillvnms ca,rornia NO. i0 Can rII 1 ttItl I11I  _kitittllllllIl illltfl 4 = PER .4 m pK6,. ,SLB. ,-,n VAN CARP'S RILK, Evaporated, 3 tall cans 29c Walter Baker's Premium Ch001te, , lb. ake 24c Palmolive Soap, "Genuine soap from trees" 3 bars 22c APRICOTS, California Evaporated, lb. 26c LOGANBERRIES, Oregon Pack, No I0 can 79c 0XYDOL SOFTENER, Large pockage 23c TIe new Washing Powder and WPer Softener IVORY FLAKES Large package 24c 0UART 0LIVFS, 65c value "Per jar 49c "Imperown" Quality Pack Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Bananas 3 lbs. for ....... 2e New Oranges IS, 29  per doz. ('au.ro Psrsps RedOwlSt(xe00: P. OL SON Hardware and Harness NORTH SEE "AUNT LUC I Forks, Mr. and Mrs. Prank lynn and i family were guests at the home f Mrs. Flynn's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Jarus, of Pisek on Sunday. Nix'. and Mrs. L. H. Delve and tam- ily of Osnabrock were over Sunday visFors at the home of Mrs. Delvo's mother, Mrs. F. F. Spornitz. Little Helen Delve remained for a longer visit with her grandmother. The food sale held Saturday after- noon by the Lutheran Sunday SchOOl members was well patronized ann the um of $23.30 was realized . Mrs. J. A. Dram and daughter Mary motored to rand Porks Saturday where Mrs. Dunn purchased a new Buick sedan. Mrs. "A. Botsford left Thursday for Edinburg where she will visit relatives I for a few days. ] Miss Rena McLean of Wales spent t the week-end at the D. M. McLean] home. an Miss Margaret Or t and Mra, Arne Thomason of Edinburg were guests at the J. D. Robortson how Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Peoples, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs. John Lewis, Mrs. Joe Reeson, Mrs. L M. McPheron and Miss Lizize Lewis au- toed to Grafton Sunday evening to attend church services honoring the anniversary of Oddfellows. Rev. An- derson gav a. very able and interest- ing talk. DO YOU NEED A GOOD YOUNG PURE BRED BULL Several Exceptionally Good Young Bulls MILKING SHORTHORN SHORTffORN HEREFORD HOLSTEIN For Sale at the Present Time All of service age and right Prle TIlE GREAT COLLEGIATE COMEDY THE BIGGEST EVER STAGED IN PARK S d EASTERN STAR ponsore by 100 Local People as Characters 1 Screams and Laughter DON'T MISS-IT! All-Star Cast Headed by ennith Hamilton as Aunt Lucia , Conceited Junior ..................... JIM CAST Jerry (the fake aunt) ...... KENNETH HAMILTON George (college boy) ............ RALPH JOHNSON Betsy (George's girl) ............ SYLVIA ADAMS Dick (football star) .............. HOWARD DIEBLE Molly (Dick's girl) ............. JESSIE SIMPSON Ethelyn (Jerry's gird .......... LOUISE CARLSON Prof. oaddis (eccentric bachelor)__EDGAR WHITE Butter and Egg Man from Fargo JACK McPHERSON Mr. Collins (Dick's dad) .... MO]E=tIS HOLMQUIST President of College ......... ALBERT FERGUSON Dean of Women ............ MRS. RUTH HUDSON President's Wife ................ MARY {3tk&ILY Freshman ....................... EDWIN HERWICK .ERNEST LARSON Freshman ....................... Aunt Lucia's Glee Club MELVIN NESTE ALEX MEAGHER ERNEST OLSON DR. IRVINE FRITZ THORSON MR. WAGNER MR. WILSON L. CHAPMAN CLIFFORD OVEIBYE KENNETtl HAMILTON JOHN HAMRE OLAk , WALS'rAD JOHNNIE EDWARDS FRANK WALKER HAROLD KING WALLACE FERGUSON JACK HALBERG GEORGE HARRIS Collefle Flappers (Members of the Sig.sig-a-rette Sorority) Sorority Presidew; ................ ART MEAGHER Peaches Browning ............ CLINTON PEOPLEd Tillie The Toiler ............ SEAMEN FERGUSON Baby Face ......................... Fordyce Pengilly Gloria swanson ......................... LES KELLY Campus Flirt ................ WALTER THORSON StudioUs Girl .................... DR. PLUNKE'=  Gold Digger ...................... VERNON PARKE Hard.Heartel Hannah ............ FRANK REYNEN Clinging Wine ................. ALB1N A}TDERSON Innocent Freshman .......... ANDY MARIFJ Clara Bow .......................... JIM MAHER Teacher's Pet Beauty Winner Girl With The Million Dollar Legs Athletic Girl Spinlster School Teacher GARFIELD Powerful Katrinka ............... Jigg's Maggie --. Giggles Perfect '56 .............. Vamp of Park River Cleopatra Bathing Beauty Dancing Gill ............................. Corn Fed co-ed Bride of 1938 .................... ALBERT Girls" Chorus KATHRYN SIMMER PRISCILLA OVERBYE GUDRUN HALBERG FRANCIS HERMAN MINNA MARIFJEREN IVA BELL JEWEL TAINTOR DOROTHY PARKE IDA THORSON MARCELLA WICK NELLIE OILLESPIE ALICE DUNN ALIGE YOUNG AGNES PECK KATHRYN DOROTHY FORD LILA OLSOI Bill Baby Padeant Take Me Back to Babyland Featuring Children, ages 5 to 8, Special Dramatic Special Music Numbers "Out In the New Mown Hay" "Love Song" _ .................... ] "Who's That Pretty "Breen' Along" "Say It Again" Pianist ...................... MRS. ALMA Northwestern City Opera House, Wednesda00 Breeders Associ.tion s.at Reserved a:. TAzros.  Rese'ed rover, N.n. Show Starts at 8:15 p.m. . v2, 19$. Henry Hanson from Dundee town-I The Lutheran Ladles Aid Society LL LOCALS ship was a opper in ton Wed.e ]will meet next Wedday aner.oon Wick. of Hatton spent the at the church parlor. The hostesses I at his home here. j day. " tare Mrs. Gustav Brandt and Mrs. N. John Bena was busy handing out j. Martfjeren. Everybody welcome. Jamieson  son Keith visit- ] the cigars Tuesday. The occasion be- / at Edlnburg between ing the arrival of a young lady at 1 Rev. S. Currie returned" Saturday Monday. John's home. from Pensacola, Florida, where he and Mrs. F. E. Weed accom- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Heddon of !spent the winter at the home of hit Mrs. Spai to Grand Forks on Crystal City, Man., were eek-end son Will Carrie. where sire took the train guests at the home of Mrs. Heddon's News has been received of the birth to visit relatives for sever-!parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McEaeh- of a baby daughter to Prof. and Mr.. ern. I R. N. Grace, April 24, at their home in Denver, Colo. Prof Grace and wife FINNESETH'S Special # 0fferings Cookies Rice Raisins Apples Frosted and Marshmallow tops 9/.  4 kinds, Special a pound ......... - ,uo Ro. 15C 2 pounds ............................ d or sol. 23C 2-1 pound packages ................. Choice Roman Beauties 25C 3 pounds for ....................... are former residents of Park Rive, and their many friends extend con-. gratulations. , Miss Louise Ctrle motored here from Valley City Monday to visit a 'few days with her father. Rev. S. Currie. Mrs. Floyd Vanderwarka and daughter Betty Jean, of Council Bluffs Iowa. who have spent the past two weeks visiting at the home-of Mrs. Vanderwarka's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Larson. left Tuesday for their home. Mrs. Henry Borgeson of Fargo, who visited at the Ed Thompson home in Vernon township for two weeks, left Tuesday for her home. J. Ulvan of New Rockford was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Neste on Sunday. WALSHCOUNTY THE MARKET Hose , po,. .ds $1 19 Peas E=ly v,oty, wo 25C .q size, 2 cans ........................ Sum Sausage Fresh, Fine eating .33c liter eo ...................... I Pound Japan Tea o..d ,apao 65C Tea Pot, both for ...... CHILDREN'S PLAY SUITS and DRESSES One lot, regular $1.25 ' values, special 95c The Misses Ruth Neste of (]za/tont and A]yce Neste of Grand Forks were week-end guests at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Neste. Mr. Glass of the State Highway de partment was an arrival in town i Monday on an inspection trip of  Highway No 17. ! David S. Owen ormev Secretary of the Minor Civic and Commercial Club was a guest at the home of hls cousin, Mrs. H. O. Sauer on Wed- nesday. , Ole Orstad, County Commissioner from the Adams district, was a call- er in town Wednesday on his way to Grand Forks. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dahi and daughter motored to St. Thomas on Sunday and were guests at the F. ',i Stark home The baby daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. E Weed was baptized Thursday noon. Rev. Robertson officiating. Prices quoted locally today were: Wheat ........................... $:6 Amber Durum .................. Durum ............... . ....... ./9 Barley .................. - ..... .44 Oats ........................... 3,t Rye .......................... 73 Flax ........................ 2.111 f}lIOl)lTCl'; Eggs ............................. 19 Butterfat ...................... 4.5 WANTED--Breaker bottoms, for Emer? ] son Triple Tractor plow.--River- side Farm, Edinburg, N. D. 8-3tc FOR Any FOR SALE---Two Shorthorn bulls. H. thing to sell, Landborough, Park River. N. D. [ somebody reading 1,2t want it. Tell them YOR SALE--Ceres Wheat, Trebi '- vertislng in this column. le and some oats for sale---Mrs, little, but brings results. Alex :Ford, Park River. 52-3tc F-AB---Y CHICKS---Productlon FOR SALE--2 porch shades in good Comb White Leghorns mated condition. Dave Mills. Call at Mills- Pedigreed Cockerels, sons of Farup Auto Co. 2-3t record dams $12.00 per 100; I breeds. $14.00 per 100. 1.00 per FOR SALE--At reasonable price " less if you call for your Frances Elaine was the name chosen. NOTICE To Taxpayers and Tenants Shetland pony. Jacob Novak, Pl-] tom hatching. Hen and in sek, N. Dak. 2-3tp eggs. N. L. Stavee, Union, N. Park River -__ . ' es and garbage from baekyards and i A JOHN .lois must be removed before May 1st. : s.eh ash- d gare are not NO. 999 corn removed It will be done bY" the city at $30 * the e,enso of the oer of the po- ter. Almost like new. , or percy. Notice is also ven that hou consider trade.  ill deliver. garbage cans will be called for at the BROS M N end of eve w. RUDE ., ona, . By order of the Park River City council. @ JOHN MARTYN E. R. LANDSBOROUGH T. F. MEAGHER P.2t Street Committee BUSINESS LOCALS Send your ]21ms for developing and rtntlng to Hair,rand Studio. 48-4tf -- ! If for alLY reason you feel dissatis- fied with Gamble's paint while apply- ing, you may return the unused hal-I ance and we will return your money tot the entire amount. Grafton. N.D. t L z How easy to fill your car with oil from a pour-ezee drum--5 gallons 100 per cent pure Pennsylvania oil 65c i gal.Dmn Free. Axle grease 10 i pound pail 69c. Gamble Stores. __ i The ambition of Gamble Stores Is i to have their stocks held by their! employee and customers, so that both  can paricipate in the profits as well as the savings. Your money earns 7. per cent. 434 Stinson Blvd., Mime-i eapolis. WANT ADS 1 ODSE FOR SALF,--House and four lots, Imm, chicken coop, garage on] Highway 17, in Park River. Antoa 1-St .23rues ly ONN WKI' BEND ndm igJ Prepares a Whole Meal While You are Awayl D;z er needs no watching in TbG 1Fatrlau Coo'.e It cooks in its own rich juices, the whole meal over one low burner[ Preserves .precious vitamines and natural miner- als. Saves ume, fuel, and food. Large inset pans and steamer tray, Two convenient clamjps. Re- versible steel base. Snu-fitth:/ cover with auto- matic valve, $5.90--8 qt. size 12 qt. size, $7.75 A luncheon was served after the ser- vice. ! O One of the State Highway powe Erviek. Phone 174. ptrois was here Tuesday helping straighten out t.e rough spots on FOR SALB--A good refrig-rator. A1-i 'N and o. 17th both east west of town. I Io serial ton of ice stored in old 1 ! John McEachern shipped another ]1 ParkPmrankeRivr.ice house.David Mills, PARK RIVER :carload of stock the south St Paul I S-lV sl0eklyards on-Tuesday. [ ..... -- ................ "  ............. Miss Mary Hobbs twho was a[--' M week-end guest at the Harmon Jones /  LAUGH AND BE HAPPYI [left Tuesday for her home in Grand A. FI00NESETH-CO. Quality Merchandise at Right Prices Phone 37 mmm mm . Sr o. VAV--eVeRV DAy ' iiiiitlilll[ll iiillvnms ca,rornia NO. i0 Can rII 1 ttItl I11I  _kitittllllllIl illltfl 4 = PER .4 m pK6,. ,SLB. ,-,n VAN CARP'S RILK, Evaporated, 3 tall cans 29c Walter Baker's Premium Ch001te, , lb. ake 24c Palmolive Soap, "Genuine soap from trees" 3 bars 22c APRICOTS, California Evaporated, lb. 26c LOGANBERRIES, Oregon Pack, No I0 can 79c 0XYDOL SOFTENER, Large pockage 23c TIe new Washing Powder and WPer Softener IVORY FLAKES Large package 24c 0UART 0LIVFS, 65c value "Per jar 49c "Imperown" Quality Pack Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Bananas 3 lbs. for ....... 2e New Oranges IS, 29  per doz. ('au.ro Psrsps RedOwlSt(xe00: P. OL SON Hardware and Harness NORTH SEE "AUNT LUC I Forks, Mr. and Mrs. Prank lynn and i family were guests at the home f Mrs. Flynn's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Jarus, of Pisek on Sunday. Nix'. and Mrs. L. H. Delve and tam- ily of Osnabrock were over Sunday visFors at the home of Mrs. Delvo's mother, Mrs. F. F. Spornitz. Little Helen Delve remained for a longer visit with her grandmother. The food sale held Saturday after- noon by the Lutheran Sunday SchOOl members was well patronized ann the um of $23.30 was realized . Mrs. J. A. Dram and daughter Mary motored to rand Porks Saturday where Mrs. Dunn purchased a new Buick sedan. Mrs. "A. Botsford left Thursday for Edinburg where she will visit relatives I for a few days. ] Miss Rena McLean of Wales spent t the week-end at the D. M. McLean] home. an Miss Margaret Or t and Mra, Arne Thomason of Edinburg were guests at the J. D. Robortson how Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Peoples, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs. John Lewis, Mrs. Joe Reeson, Mrs. L M. McPheron and Miss Lizize Lewis au- toed to Grafton Sunday evening to attend church services honoring the anniversary of Oddfellows. Rev. An- derson gav a. very able and interest- ing talk. DO YOU NEED A GOOD YOUNG PURE BRED BULL Several Exceptionally Good Young Bulls MILKING SHORTHORN SHORTffORN HEREFORD HOLSTEIN For Sale at the Present Time All of service age and right Prle TIlE GREAT COLLEGIATE COMEDY THE BIGGEST EVER STAGED IN PARK S d EASTERN STAR ponsore by 100 Local People as Characters 1 Screams and Laughter DON'T MISS-IT! All-Star Cast Headed by ennith Hamilton as Aunt Lucia , Conceited Junior ..................... JIM CAST Jerry (the fake aunt) ...... KENNETH HAMILTON George (college boy) ............ RALPH JOHNSON Betsy (George's girl) ............ SYLVIA ADAMS Dick (football star) .............. HOWARD DIEBLE Molly (Dick's girl) ............. JESSIE SIMPSON Ethelyn (Jerry's gird .......... LOUISE CARLSON Prof. oaddis (eccentric bachelor)__EDGAR WHITE Butter and Egg Man from Fargo JACK McPHERSON Mr. Collins (Dick's dad) .... MO]E=tIS HOLMQUIST President of College ......... ALBERT FERGUSON Dean of Women ............ MRS. RUTH HUDSON President's Wife ................ MARY {3tk&ILY Freshman ....................... EDWIN HERWICK .ERNEST LARSON Freshman ....................... Aunt Lucia's Glee Club MELVIN NESTE ALEX MEAGHER ERNEST OLSON DR. IRVINE FRITZ THORSON MR. WAGNER MR. WILSON L. CHAPMAN CLIFFORD OVEIBYE KENNETtl HAMILTON JOHN HAMRE OLAk , WALS'rAD JOHNNIE EDWARDS FRANK WALKER HAROLD KING WALLACE FERGUSON JACK HALBERG GEORGE HARRIS Collefle Flappers (Members of the Sig.sig-a-rette Sorority) Sorority Presidew; ................ ART MEAGHER Peaches Browning ............ CLINTON PEOPLEd Tillie The Toiler ............ SEAMEN FERGUSON Baby Face ......................... Fordyce Pengilly Gloria swanson ......................... LES KELLY Campus Flirt ................ WALTER THORSON StudioUs Girl .................... DR. PLUNKE'=  Gold Digger ...................... VERNON PARKE Hard.Heartel Hannah ............ FRANK REYNEN Clinging Wine ................. ALB1N A}TDERSON Innocent Freshman .......... ANDY MARIFJ Clara Bow .......................... JIM MAHER Teacher's Pet Beauty Winner Girl With The Million Dollar Legs Athletic Girl Spinlster School Teacher GARFIELD Powerful Katrinka ............... Jigg's Maggie --. Giggles Perfect '56 .............. Vamp of Park River Cleopatra Bathing Beauty Dancing Gill ............................. Corn Fed co-ed Bride of 1938 .................... ALBERT Girls" Chorus KATHRYN SIMMER PRISCILLA OVERBYE GUDRUN HALBERG FRANCIS HERMAN MINNA MARIFJEREN IVA BELL JEWEL TAINTOR DOROTHY PARKE IDA THORSON MARCELLA WICK NELLIE OILLESPIE ALICE DUNN ALIGE YOUNG AGNES PECK KATHRYN DOROTHY FORD LILA OLSOI Bill Baby Padeant Take Me Back to Babyland Featuring Children, ages 5 to 8, Special Dramatic Special Music Numbers "Out In the New Mown Hay" "Love Song" _ .................... ] "Who's That Pretty "Breen' Along" "Say It Again" Pianist ...................... MRS. ALMA Northwestern City Opera House, Wednesda00 Breeders Associ.tion s.at Reserved a:. TAzros.  Rese'ed rover, N.n. Show Starts at 8:15 p.m. .