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WALSH COUNTY P River Society ..... 1, -SCENES FROM,00._00 'Au /UNT0000LUCIA TO BE....SHO WN HERE ,,'-- . f" "2  ,} "Sidesplitting Comedy to Be d r ]By Eastern Star in City Hall giving a program and Necktie so- . eia, ev,.ning. May ,,th. ai /o AUnt Lucia' 'the well knwn clle" "d lunch b'ket plea'" EverY'one crdia.lly wel,me. . " -''; glate comedy tlmt is truing presented Miss M. Engdahl,  S '( in twenty-five different states, Mexico  Teacher. ":f'/ Canada will b@ staged In the Cit, May 8 and 9 under the auspices --- of the Eastern Star. a big baby pageant which ewryone always enjoys. L .This is a good, clean, lively comedy Also there are two girW choruses ,A| O " V" -- and affords a'lot of fun for everyone ........ play deals with a wealthy "ldow Who ha. lived lr Florida for a hum- and has always given a to Bula Bula college. they .re building a new and expected her to the usual amount: Slte didnt are giving a Home and l,rty, Inviting Aunt that way expect to get While preparing for the Home  lng, George, plaed by Ralph Johnson Dick, played by Howard Deible k Jerry, Played by Kenneth Haznil- dress up and put on some them. He disguises himself an old lady and in he course of is mistaken for the real Aunt by Prof. Oadds. played by White and Dean Howard, play- Ruth Hudso The Prof. hn- falls for Aunt Lucia. who suppo to be worth 50,000. i dad, Mr. (olllns, played by and the Butter played by Jack Me- at the college for the Coming. When they hear about Lucia coming and that she Ls $50,000 they decided to stay. I e second act they both propose[ fake aunt, These proposals are[ s. scale.ms of laughter. Then] are the President of the college, [ [ by Albert lVergun and his played by Mary Cranley, the end Jerry is unmasked be-[ the college and is then asked to[ dn this prank. Through this I , of his the Professor and Deau However the real headliners are Glee Club and the Chorus represented by prom- men of Park River. connection with the'show will be that always go over big, These two evenings of fun will prove to be one of the best rounded /v -.. aut entertainments ever staged in a]] Park River. Seats will be on sale Tuesday, May 7th at the Park River Drug Store. Rev. and Mrs. Robertson Entertained Rev. and Mrs. James P,flertsn wer  dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Meagher lIda non. Entertained At Peek Home Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Ferguson and Rev. and Mrs. James Robertson were six o'clock dinner guests at the G. E. Peck home Friday evening. Mrs. w.o. Enema. , m.. "THE: ALUhIN Ct40U$ Mrs. Simpson of Grand ]Porks and daughter Miss Jessie Shnpson and Miss Alice Dahlen were dlnne guests at the F. S. Wlllson home Saturday ternoon in honor of Miss Eda Over- IRSO[J/ lOCaL  evening, bye of Bismarck. Three tables o Entertained At Dinner bridge were in play. Mrs. Harvey, James Robertson Aim won high score honors. Mxs. W. I Mrs. Frank E. Voroclek of Conway wereReV'sundayand l.rs.dinner guests of Mr. Pare of Lankin was an out-of-town I was a visitor here between trains guest. A delicious luncheon was sex-, Wednesday. and Mrs. Fred S. Wtllson. ed at 5 o'clock to sixteen guests, The. Mrs. E. B. Mattson oI Inkster was Entertain Guests At Dinner honor guest and Mrs. Aim each re- a guest of Miss Mabel Zalser on Mrs. Robert Craig and son Clifford ceived dainty favors. Tuesday. of Grand Porks and Mrs. Longhead ere Sunday dinner guests at the D. Honoring House Guests Mx. and "Mrs. Lester V. Stearns anl McLean home. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. WtIlson. Miss children of Langdon were week-end Alice Dahlen. Mr. and Mrs. E. .]guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Maher. Mrs. Hanson Entertains Ladles White, Mr. and Mrs. D. Smith were I Mrs. Gustav Brandt and son Olaf! Mrs. T. A. Hanson entertain#" guests Stmday evening at the J. AI-Ir0tored t Drayton Saturday on twelve ladies Saturday afternoon in i bert Ferguson home in honor of theh" I business. ] honor of Mrs. Robert Craig of Grand house guests, Roy, and Mrs. Robert- Mr, and Mrs. Byron Smith and Forks. The afternoon was spent in- son. who left Monday for Clifford. I family of Fordville and Herbert War- formally. The hostess assisted by Mrs, Ferguson served a lunch at 10 son of Miltou visited at the home of Mrs, Burbidge ,served a ,hmcheon at o'clock, t Mrs. Robb Sunday. five o'clock. ____ Mrs. Norman McPherson who ha Entertained At Dimmer Entertained At Bridge 'spent the past two weeks with rela-j Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Spornitz and Miss Anna Meagher entertalnealtivea in Adams returned Saturday and he Misses Vavra Thorliefson and Efo guests for three tables of bridge Tuck-[has resumed her duies In the F. Wad- fie Elnarson were six o'clock dinner aY evening. Mra F. M. Porter won strom store. -nests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R .Jamlson score honors. The hostess served , " hursday evening, luncheon at eleven o'clock. Jerome Chm'ch of Grand Forks via. ited friends here on Stmday. I Entertained At Dinner t Entertained Crocus Club Rev. FoFrb l?obert,son of Larl- more viQted at the L MePherson Rev. and Mrs. S. J.StrandJord and, l Mrs, K D. Bennett was hostess to I home Sunday. ', Mr, and Mrs, Artltir Bylln were din-lthe Crocus Club Tuesday afternoon, l her guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin[ Four tables of bridge were In play. Mr. and h,Irs. Peter Hanson cff Field of Oolden township on Sunday[Mrs. L. Cllapman won high score[ Adams spent Monday here on busi- uSurp--rise l]'nrs" A lunch was served at ] ness. Gi " 'o'clock by the hostess. ve The W. C: T. U. entertained at a Mrs. Catherlne-Dieil o surprise lmrty Saturday P. M. at the Sunday Dinner Guests Diebelvisited at the home of her son C, H. It home of Mrs. K. J .Farup in honor Mrs. F. F. Sporrdtz. Mr. and Mrs. Saturday. ] Mr. and Mrs. A. Wlllson ann of Mrs. Preston, Anderson's birthday j, H, Delve were Sunday dinner daughters, Jem and Donna. of Lang-I anniversary. The living rooms, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. decorated with yellow cut flowers. Ivan Spornitz. don, Mr. and Mrs, Smith and family The hours were from three to four. of Osnabrock. were guests at the The time was spent informally. Mrs. Mrs. H. E. Simpson Guest of Honor home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Diebel A. D. Cross in behalf of the Unions el Mrs. H. E. Simpson of Grand Porks. Sunday. the state presented Mrs. Anderson was the guest of honor at a banquet , Barry Hosford and Win. Leonard with a Colonial bedspread which was given by Chapter Q.. P. E. O,. at the autoed in Monday from Glasgow, made in thankedVirginis" theMrS'donorsAndersnof the home of Mrs. Edwards on Thursday Mont. Mr. Hosford will look atferi graciously came here at this farming interests in Vernon town- evening. Mrs. Simpson gift. A lunch was served by the corn- the request of Mrs. Bingenheimer. 'ship where he formerly resided and t [mitre in charge, state organizer of the P. E. O. Sis- Mr. Leonard will visit relatives and: Entertained At Dinner terhood, for the biennial inspection of fineds for a week or so. Mr. Leonard the Chapter Q Following the ban-lsome years ago was the owner of a Mr. and Mrs. Thomas SveI2I1 and quet a meeting was held at the j Livery barn here and was a resident son Wallace were six o'clock dimmr home of Mrs, K J. FaFrup. of Park River for many years. guests at the David Meberg home Sunday evening. Entertain At Bridge ==-"= "'" SALE P. Nlckolay entertained Monday af- .... -- TOWEL You Can't Go Wm00g ]hen "you buy your m Art- Rugs in our store-- for the Gold Seal makes everything right. These bfauti- /ul, esy ,, clean #o, [ [ Dr. and Mrs. H. O, Sauer were week-end guests of Rev. and Mrs. C. I. Sauer at Catherine, N, D. May 2. Mr. md Mrs. Oscar Mr. and Mrs. M. P. kin went to rand Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arlhttr busy this week moving hold effects into the C:'alg house. O. E Hasle and land Grace and Miss en. left Thursday to "ano friends at Bowden, N. Miss Lois People of spent the week-end at tlle her parenr, s, Mr. and Mrs. ples. Mrs. J. M. McCanna iof ndo visited at the I ski- ime Sunday ! Thr road m,king [out of l'n Tuesday n mence th seasor work. be one ouifit in each missioners dirict. This for good township roads up with the state Miss Elizabeth Lewis guest of friends in several days returned day. ML and Mxs. Harmon family motored to Grand urday to visit relatives, ed home Sunday evening, Mrs. Ole Neste and c f Grafted, were in evening to attend a delivered in the Luthern Nest played two violin Nest also played at :lay evening. Norman Bennlnon was In town Wednesday talking qualities of the Buick pective buyers. t00cccnt INTERNArIONJkL AD hasn't had a made since-well, how years has it been? Every of the family would treasure ; recent photograph of Have him telephone us today . an appointment. =- / !)nOID Park River [ Furniture Co. Announcement F. S. ANDERSON, Mgr. Special 00,ale On All ' Hugo Purohases Of the nationally ' " S famous Cannon Towels---being T O the Publ,c these remarkable values. New fresh, crisp, h;g h grade towels--- at Sale Prices ; Tmsh Towel ................. C 18x34 in. May 4 "'stri'in- .__ Huek,00o.. ...... ll9 c , Fancy Turkish Towel .......... r,, C 18x34 in.  In Jalmrd Border Huck ToweL_ C ; 20x40 In. $19.98 + '..-,-..,-,--,.,.- ..... 29c ' ! Bath TOwel .. C , _ ................... 30 In Nvel Turkish Towel ....... ( # FASHION SHOP Implement formerly o,.eMed by Dve Altkcn. We will, tarry a full line o4' Inter- natimm/ r Company goods. Also a complete fine o! repair for he above flrn line of machining. ][/ YOU ate in need o any | we will be pleased to cam on you o" better still, Come in and get ac- quanted with us. Yours for basiness Ha gen' Variety Store Hanson-Sateman U S F.S. Ford, WALSH COUNTY P River Society ..... 1, -SCENES FROM,00._00 'Au /UNT0000LUCIA TO BE....SHO WN HERE ,,'-- . f" "2  ,} "Sidesplitting Comedy to Be d r ]By Eastern Star in City Hall giving a program and Necktie so- . eia, ev,.ning. May ,,th. ai /o AUnt Lucia' 'the well knwn clle" "d lunch b'ket plea'" EverY'one crdia.lly wel,me. . " -''; glate comedy tlmt is truing presented Miss M. Engdahl,  S '( in twenty-five different states, Mexico  Teacher. ":f'/ Canada will b@ staged In the Cit, May 8 and 9 under the auspices --- of the Eastern Star. a big baby pageant which ewryone always enjoys. L .This is a good, clean, lively comedy Also there are two girW choruses ,A| O " V" -- and affords a'lot of fun for everyone ........ play deals with a wealthy "ldow Who ha. lived lr Florida for a hum- and has always given a to Bula Bula college. they .re building a new and expected her to the usual amount: Slte didnt are giving a Home and l,rty, Inviting Aunt that way expect to get While preparing for the Home  lng, George, plaed by Ralph Johnson Dick, played by Howard Deible k Jerry, Played by Kenneth Haznil- dress up and put on some them. He disguises himself an old lady and in he course of is mistaken for the real Aunt by Prof. Oadds. played by White and Dean Howard, play- Ruth Hudso The Prof. hn- falls for Aunt Lucia. who suppo to be worth 50,000. i dad, Mr. (olllns, played by and the Butter played by Jack Me- at the college for the Coming. When they hear about Lucia coming and that she Ls $50,000 they decided to stay. I e second act they both propose[ fake aunt, These proposals are[ s. scale.ms of laughter. Then] are the President of the college, [ [ by Albert lVergun and his played by Mary Cranley, the end Jerry is unmasked be-[ the college and is then asked to[ dn this prank. Through this I , of his the Professor and Deau However the real headliners are Glee Club and the Chorus represented by prom- men of Park River. connection with the'show will be that always go over big, These two evenings of fun will prove to be one of the best rounded /v -.. aut entertainments ever staged in a]] Park River. Seats will be on sale Tuesday, May 7th at the Park River Drug Store. Rev. and Mrs. Robertson Entertained Rev. and Mrs. James P,flertsn wer  dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Meagher lIda non. Entertained At Peek Home Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Ferguson and Rev. and Mrs. James Robertson were six o'clock dinner guests at the G. E. Peck home Friday evening. Mrs. w.o. Enema. , m.. "THE: ALUhIN Ct40U$ Mrs. Simpson of Grand ]Porks and daughter Miss Jessie Shnpson and Miss Alice Dahlen were dlnne guests at the F. S. Wlllson home Saturday ternoon in honor of Miss Eda Over- IRSO[J/ lOCaL  evening, bye of Bismarck. Three tables o Entertained At Dinner bridge were in play. Mrs. Harvey, James Robertson Aim won high score honors. Mxs. W. I Mrs. Frank E. Voroclek of Conway wereReV'sundayand l.rs.dinner guests of Mr. Pare of Lankin was an out-of-town I was a visitor here between trains guest. A delicious luncheon was sex-, Wednesday. and Mrs. Fred S. Wtllson. ed at 5 o'clock to sixteen guests, The. Mrs. E. B. Mattson oI Inkster was Entertain Guests At Dinner honor guest and Mrs. Aim each re- a guest of Miss Mabel Zalser on Mrs. Robert Craig and son Clifford ceived dainty favors. Tuesday. of Grand Porks and Mrs. Longhead ere Sunday dinner guests at the D. Honoring House Guests Mx. and "Mrs. Lester V. Stearns anl McLean home. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. WtIlson. Miss children of Langdon were week-end Alice Dahlen. Mr. and Mrs. E. .]guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Maher. Mrs. Hanson Entertains Ladles White, Mr. and Mrs. D. Smith were I Mrs. Gustav Brandt and son Olaf! Mrs. T. A. Hanson entertain#" guests Stmday evening at the J. AI-Ir0tored t Drayton Saturday on twelve ladies Saturday afternoon in i bert Ferguson home in honor of theh" I business. ] honor of Mrs. Robert Craig of Grand house guests, Roy, and Mrs. Robert- Mr, and Mrs. Byron Smith and Forks. The afternoon was spent in- son. who left Monday for Clifford. I family of Fordville and Herbert War- formally. The hostess assisted by Mrs, Ferguson served a lunch at 10 son of Miltou visited at the home of Mrs, Burbidge ,served a ,hmcheon at o'clock, t Mrs. Robb Sunday. five o'clock. ____ Mrs. Norman McPherson who ha Entertained At Dimmer Entertained At Bridge 'spent the past two weeks with rela-j Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Spornitz and Miss Anna Meagher entertalnealtivea in Adams returned Saturday and he Misses Vavra Thorliefson and Efo guests for three tables of bridge Tuck-[has resumed her duies In the F. Wad- fie Elnarson were six o'clock dinner aY evening. Mra F. M. Porter won strom store. -nests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R .Jamlson score honors. The hostess served , " hursday evening, luncheon at eleven o'clock. Jerome Chm'ch of Grand Forks via. ited friends here on Stmday. I Entertained At Dinner t Entertained Crocus Club Rev. FoFrb l?obert,son of Larl- more viQted at the L MePherson Rev. and Mrs. S. J.StrandJord and, l Mrs, K D. Bennett was hostess to I home Sunday. ', Mr, and Mrs, Artltir Bylln were din-lthe Crocus Club Tuesday afternoon, l her guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin[ Four tables of bridge were In play. Mr. and h,Irs. Peter Hanson cff Field of Oolden township on Sunday[Mrs. L. Cllapman won high score[ Adams spent Monday here on busi- uSurp--rise l]'nrs" A lunch was served at ] ness. Gi " 'o'clock by the hostess. ve The W. C: T. U. entertained at a Mrs. Catherlne-Dieil o surprise lmrty Saturday P. M. at the Sunday Dinner Guests Diebelvisited at the home of her son C, H. It home of Mrs. K. J .Farup in honor Mrs. F. F. Sporrdtz. Mr. and Mrs. Saturday. ] Mr. and Mrs. A. Wlllson ann of Mrs. Preston, Anderson's birthday j, H, Delve were Sunday dinner daughters, Jem and Donna. of Lang-I anniversary. The living rooms, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. decorated with yellow cut flowers. Ivan Spornitz. don, Mr. and Mrs, Smith and family The hours were from three to four. of Osnabrock. were guests at the The time was spent informally. Mrs. Mrs. H. E. Simpson Guest of Honor home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Diebel A. D. Cross in behalf of the Unions el Mrs. H. E. Simpson of Grand Porks. Sunday. the state presented Mrs. Anderson was the guest of honor at a banquet , Barry Hosford and Win. Leonard with a Colonial bedspread which was given by Chapter Q.. P. E. O,. at the autoed in Monday from Glasgow, made in thankedVirginis" theMrS'donorsAndersnof the home of Mrs. Edwards on Thursday Mont. Mr. Hosford will look atferi graciously came here at this farming interests in Vernon town- evening. Mrs. Simpson gift. A lunch was served by the corn- the request of Mrs. Bingenheimer. 'ship where he formerly resided and t [mitre in charge, state organizer of the P. E. O. Sis- Mr. Leonard will visit relatives and: Entertained At Dinner terhood, for the biennial inspection of fineds for a week or so. Mr. Leonard the Chapter Q Following the ban-lsome years ago was the owner of a Mr. and Mrs. Thomas SveI2I1 and quet a meeting was held at the j Livery barn here and was a resident son Wallace were six o'clock dimmr home of Mrs, K J. FaFrup. of Park River for many years. guests at the David Meberg home Sunday evening. Entertain At Bridge ==-"= "'" SALE P. Nlckolay entertained Monday af- .... -- TOWEL You Can't Go Wm00g ]hen "you buy your m Art- Rugs in our store-- for the Gold Seal makes everything right. These bfauti- /ul, esy ,, clean #o, [ [ Dr. and Mrs. H. O, Sauer were week-end guests of Rev. and Mrs. C. I. Sauer at Catherine, N, D. May 2. Mr. md Mrs. Oscar Mr. and Mrs. M. P. kin went to rand Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arlhttr busy this week moving hold effects into the C:'alg house. O. E Hasle and land Grace and Miss en. left Thursday to "ano friends at Bowden, N. Miss Lois People of spent the week-end at tlle her parenr, s, Mr. and Mrs. ples. Mrs. J. M. McCanna iof ndo visited at the I ski- ime Sunday ! Thr road m,king [out of l'n Tuesday n mence th seasor work. be one ouifit in each missioners dirict. This for good township roads up with the state Miss Elizabeth Lewis guest of friends in several days returned day. ML and Mxs. Harmon family motored to Grand urday to visit relatives, ed home Sunday evening, Mrs. Ole Neste and c f Grafted, were in evening to attend a delivered in the Luthern Nest played two violin Nest also played at :lay evening. Norman Bennlnon was In town Wednesday talking qualities of the Buick pective buyers. t00cccnt INTERNArIONJkL AD hasn't had a made since-well, how years has it been? Every of the family would treasure ; recent photograph of Have him telephone us today . an appointment. =- / !)nOID Park River [ Furniture Co. Announcement F. S. ANDERSON, Mgr. Special 00,ale On All ' Hugo Purohases Of the nationally ' " S famous Cannon Towels---being T O the Publ,c these remarkable values. New fresh, crisp, h;g h grade towels--- at Sale Prices ; Tmsh Towel ................. C 18x34 in. May 4 "'stri'in- .__ Huek,00o.. ...... ll9 c , Fancy Turkish Towel .......... r,, C 18x34 in.  In Jalmrd Border Huck ToweL_ C ; 20x40 In. $19.98 + '..-,-..,-,--,.,.- ..... 29c ' ! Bath TOwel .. C , _ ................... 30 In Nvel Turkish Towel ....... ( # FASHION SHOP Implement formerly o,.eMed by Dve Altkcn. We will, tarry a full line o4' Inter- natimm/ r Company goods. Also a complete fine o! repair for he above flrn line of machining. ][/ YOU ate in need o any | we will be pleased to cam on you o" better still, Come in and get ac- quanted with us. Yours for basiness Ha gen' Variety Store Hanson-Sateman U S F.S. Ford,