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MAY 12, 1955 WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA PAGE THREE round the Town Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Severson were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don !Tollefson and son, Blair, of Moor- head. Visitors lats Satin-day afternoon at the Dennis Olson home were Mrs. Gee. Jacenko and son, Brian, Mrs. Ernest Anderson and Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Oscar Spoonland Seng, all of Minneapolis. They spent the Ambrose Spoonland family the week end in Park River with t Sunday at the Robert Lom- [relatives and friends. i, and Mrs. Jack Pettit and Mrs J O. Severson and her ly of Petersburg spent the week daughter Mrs Don Tollefson were here at the Edgar White home. [joint hostesses at a miscellaneous ! and Mrs. William Ferguson ! per-nuptial shower honoring Mar- family of Beltrami, Minn., and lis Malde, a bride of next month. Amanda Gylnquist of GraftonlThe party was held Saturday eve- dinner guests of Mr. ning at the Severson home. A so- John R. Ferguson and Mrs. ] ial time was spent and lunch was Ferguson served at the close of the evening. SET THE PACE. GAS UP WITH ACE/ HIGH GASOLINE MOTOR OILS ACE Petroleum Products were designed to give top performance in today's high-compression motors. Get lhe best for your car, truck or tractor--get ACE Products, guaranteed by Midwest Oil. .. always ask for ACE... Guaranteed Products of Midwest Oil Co. Jerry's Ace Service on Hy. 17 We Sell for Less Park River Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Spornitz were Mrs. F. F. Spornitz, Miss Gertrude Spornitz and Tommy Thomasson. Mrs. Howard Disher and Mrs. T. F. Meagher were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. C. F. Harris. Rev. and Mrs. S. A Glasgow and family of Grafton were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Williams. Randolph Churchill talks about Anthony Eden It's an outspoken appraisal of his father's successor,. in Sunday's American Weekly, with ! the Chicago American. Mrs. Howard Disher of this city received word that a son, John Thomas, was born to her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Disher, of Cleveland, Ohio, May 5. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. K. Stevens and Mrs. Clara Behnkie were Mr. and Mrs. John Russell of Edmore. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Behnkie of Grafton. NORWEGIAN DAY TEA Sunday, May 15, 3 to 5 o'clock at Our Sav- iour's Lutheran church. Sponsored by Senior LDR. All welcome. 1 Marlis Malde and LeRoy Del Main of Alexandria, Minn.. spent the week end at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Malde. Mrs. Dan Leake of Minneapolis spent the week end here with her mother. Mrs. Wallace Magoon and with her sisters, Mrs. Charley E. O'Brien and Mrs. J. A. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Spoonland of Northwood were her Friday to vis- it at the Oscar Spoonland home and at Grafton with Edward Soonland, who i hospitn]ized there. The three men are brothers. and sons, Guy and Randy, of Con- way were Sunday visitors at the G. N. Veralrud home. Park River Girl Staters for 1955 Pictured here are Park River's representatives to the ninth annual Fliekertail Girls State which will be in session from June 7-14 on the campus of the State University, Grand Forks. The girls are Camille Thiele, left, sponsored by the Fortnightly Study club; Carol Ann Braund, center, and Faye Pederson, both sponsor- ed by the American Legion Auxiliary. They are all juniors at the Waish County School. Lt. and Mrs. Dean Parke of Du- luth. Minn., were week end visitors here with the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parke, and with other relatives. William Zahradka Jr. Perth township farm youth, who has been stationed in Iceland with the army since Sept. 10, 1954, expects to re- turn to this country for his dis- charge about June 7. Present plans are that he will arrive at Camp Kilmer. N. J.. by plane and from there he will come directly home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and daughter, Carol. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flem of Grafton went to Niagara Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. Florence Davey and with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Talstenson. Mr. and Mrs. James Larson and son, Billy, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. Larson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ole P. Larson at Grafton. Miss Thehna Wick expects to go to Williston this week to attend the State convention of Business and This news was received by his par- Professioral Women as a delegate ents. Mr. and Mrs. William Zahrad- from the Grafton chapter. She ex- ka. He entered the service in Aug- pects to be away from Thursday to ust. 1953. Sunday. aB aw  ual .ma"    ham  O  _...--- I NeW /,hi'. _ I I fh.e sUcceSSOr i (Low Cab Forward) / i to the C.O.t00. i ' Chevro et Task .Force Trucks Powered by the most save the driverl Also, the low L.CF. is handsomer by far than any C.O.E. ever built! Inside, the L.CF.'s new Plight-Ride cab has a level floor with plenty of "stch-out" leg room and offers new driver comfort. The driver has a com- manding view of the road-both far ahead and close up front-through the t00eVrolet's great new L.CIF. modeb i lg you all the advantages of a C.OJ "Plus a long list of important now a you won't find anywhero else. r example, the cab is a full es lowe than former C.O.E. mod- . And it has only two steps instead the usual three for C.033.'s. ltmt thiak of the time and effort this will modem V8 in any truck... eeeeeeee Chevrolet's new Taskmaster I/8 engine/ big, Moad potamic windshielcL Quickff, simpler maintenance is an- other big advantage offered by the new L.C.F. Everything's easier to reach in the roomy engine compartment. In an L.C.F. you still get the easy maneuverability of a C.O.E. plus- new frames, new suspension, a whole truck-load of modem features! Year alter year, America's best selling truck! Shortest Stroke V8 of All! The new Taskmaster V8-the most modem V8 your money can buy-powers the new L.C.F. ! With a 12-volt electrical system for faster starting! Larson Chevrolet Co. PARK RIVER Mrs. F. E. Weed was a Sunday visitor at Grafton with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Aasand and family. Mrs. J. A. Halberg and Mrs. Har- ry O'Brien were Sunday visitors in Devils Lake with Mrs. O'Brien's mother and other relatives. Elm'er Ofstedahl. clerk of the dis- trict court, Grafton, was hospitaliz- ed this week to be troated for in- luries suffered in a fall down stairs a lhe court house. Week end guests a the home of Mr. and :Mrs. Lloyd tIaas were Mr. and Mrs. Otto A. Bakkcn and Mrs. Arl Jensen og Oklee Minn. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pederson were his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. ffohn Pederson and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kenner, all of Devils Lake. Circle No. 1 of the Lutheran lad- ies aid met Tuesday afternon at the home of the president, Mrs. Gilbert Wang. She presided for the meeting at which Mrs. D.U. Meberg gave the Bible study. Guests were Mrs. Leonard Smestad, Mrs. Adolph Wang. Mrs. Dan Penas and Mrs. Robert Flaten. Lunch was served. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Haas were: Miss Nat- alie Johnson and Freedolph Haas of Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Lennart Erickson and family of Grand Forks Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bakken and Mrs. Art Jenson of Oklee, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. George Haas, Henry Dovre, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haas and Arthur. The occasion being Lloyd Haas's birthday. Afternoon visitors were: Mr. and Mrs. John Wambem. Adams The Young Peoples Luther League met in the Lutheran church Sunday evening May 1 with a mo- thers day program. A large crowd attended and lunch was served by Selma Hilde. Mrs. James Skyrud and Mrs. Lloyd Hilde. The money taken was to help along with ex- penses for the young people who ex- pect to attend the convention in San Francisco. Last week visitors at the Ole Hel- lena home were Mrs. Kathryn Sten- sland and Johnny. Mr. and Mrs. ; Orville Hellem and family. Mrs. : Clara Swenson. Mrs. Amelia Olson I and Mrs. Thomas Olson I The Vaudrin family drove to La- kota Saturday night to meet Mrs. Vaudrin's mother Mrs. Chabot who _will visit there for awhile. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Samuelson and family from Devils Lake visited at the Adolph Rosendahl home from Saturday to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Vigen and Mrs. Amelia Olson were Michigan call- ers. The Mary Martha Circle met at the church on Thursday night April 8 with Mrs. James Johnson as hostess. Mrs. Amelia Grant gave the Bible study. They decided to meet every third Thursday of the month i the evening. Mrs, Hellem visited with Mrs. J0hn Gilbertson Friday morning. Mrs. Wallgren returned here this week end after spending a few weeks in Crookston visiting the A1- dou Aubol family. Hans Skyrud is a patient in the hospital at this writing, Mrs. Garnaas and Mrs. Swenson visited with Hannah Froiland Sun- day afternoon. OoO Children's Program Given "Rhymatic Activities," a pro- gram presented by children of the Adams community under the di- rection of Mrs. Kenneth Tanke, was held Friday evening, April 29, at the Adams opera house, with a large crowd attending. Theme of the program was "We Dance, Twirl and Sing-- So We Can Ride on the Merry-Go-Round." Extra numbers were: solo. "Blue Moon," James Van Camp; mixed quartet, Jerry B]org, Barbara Swen- son, Deanna Gustafson, and Chapin Gustafson, singing "The Little Red Hen." MAY 12, 1955 WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA PAGE THREE round the Town Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Severson were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don !Tollefson and son, Blair, of Moor- head. Visitors lats Satin-day afternoon at the Dennis Olson home were Mrs. Gee. Jacenko and son, Brian, Mrs. Ernest Anderson and Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Oscar Spoonland Seng, all of Minneapolis. They spent the Ambrose Spoonland family the week end in Park River with t Sunday at the Robert Lom- [relatives and friends. i, and Mrs. Jack Pettit and Mrs J O. Severson and her ly of Petersburg spent the week daughter Mrs Don Tollefson were here at the Edgar White home. [joint hostesses at a miscellaneous ! and Mrs. William Ferguson ! per-nuptial shower honoring Mar- family of Beltrami, Minn., and lis Malde, a bride of next month. Amanda Gylnquist of GraftonlThe party was held Saturday eve- dinner guests of Mr. ning at the Severson home. A so- John R. Ferguson and Mrs. ] ial time was spent and lunch was Ferguson served at the close of the evening. SET THE PACE. GAS UP WITH ACE/ HIGH GASOLINE MOTOR OILS ACE Petroleum Products were designed to give top performance in today's high-compression motors. Get lhe best for your car, truck or tractor--get ACE Products, guaranteed by Midwest Oil. .. always ask for ACE... Guaranteed Products of Midwest Oil Co. Jerry's Ace Service on Hy. 17 We Sell for Less Park River Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Spornitz were Mrs. F. F. Spornitz, Miss Gertrude Spornitz and Tommy Thomasson. Mrs. Howard Disher and Mrs. T. F. Meagher were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. C. F. Harris. Rev. and Mrs. S. A Glasgow and family of Grafton were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Williams. Randolph Churchill talks about Anthony Eden It's an outspoken appraisal of his father's successor,. in Sunday's American Weekly, with ! the Chicago American. Mrs. Howard Disher of this city received word that a son, John Thomas, was born to her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Disher, of Cleveland, Ohio, May 5. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. K. Stevens and Mrs. Clara Behnkie were Mr. and Mrs. John Russell of Edmore. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Behnkie of Grafton. NORWEGIAN DAY TEA Sunday, May 15, 3 to 5 o'clock at Our Sav- iour's Lutheran church. Sponsored by Senior LDR. All welcome. 1 Marlis Malde and LeRoy Del Main of Alexandria, Minn.. spent the week end at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Malde. Mrs. Dan Leake of Minneapolis spent the week end here with her mother. Mrs. Wallace Magoon and with her sisters, Mrs. Charley E. O'Brien and Mrs. J. A. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Spoonland of Northwood were her Friday to vis- it at the Oscar Spoonland home and at Grafton with Edward Soonland, who i hospitn]ized there. The three men are brothers. and sons, Guy and Randy, of Con- way were Sunday visitors at the G. N. Veralrud home. Park River Girl Staters for 1955 Pictured here are Park River's representatives to the ninth annual Fliekertail Girls State which will be in session from June 7-14 on the campus of the State University, Grand Forks. The girls are Camille Thiele, left, sponsored by the Fortnightly Study club; Carol Ann Braund, center, and Faye Pederson, both sponsor- ed by the American Legion Auxiliary. They are all juniors at the Waish County School. Lt. and Mrs. Dean Parke of Du- luth. Minn., were week end visitors here with the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parke, and with other relatives. William Zahradka Jr. Perth township farm youth, who has been stationed in Iceland with the army since Sept. 10, 1954, expects to re- turn to this country for his dis- charge about June 7. Present plans are that he will arrive at Camp Kilmer. N. J.. by plane and from there he will come directly home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and daughter, Carol. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flem of Grafton went to Niagara Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. Florence Davey and with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Talstenson. Mr. and Mrs. James Larson and son, Billy, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. Larson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ole P. Larson at Grafton. Miss Thehna Wick expects to go to Williston this week to attend the State convention of Business and This news was received by his par- Professioral Women as a delegate ents. Mr. and Mrs. William Zahrad- from the Grafton chapter. She ex- ka. He entered the service in Aug- pects to be away from Thursday to ust. 1953. Sunday. aB aw  ual .ma"    ham  O  _...--- I NeW /,hi'. _ I I fh.e sUcceSSOr i (Low Cab Forward) / i to the C.O.t00. i ' Chevro et Task .Force Trucks Powered by the most save the driverl Also, the low L.CF. is handsomer by far than any C.O.E. ever built! Inside, the L.CF.'s new Plight-Ride cab has a level floor with plenty of "stch-out" leg room and offers new driver comfort. The driver has a com- manding view of the road-both far ahead and close up front-through the t00eVrolet's great new L.CIF. modeb i lg you all the advantages of a C.OJ "Plus a long list of important now a you won't find anywhero else. r example, the cab is a full es lowe than former C.O.E. mod- . And it has only two steps instead the usual three for C.033.'s. ltmt thiak of the time and effort this will modem V8 in any truck... eeeeeeee Chevrolet's new Taskmaster I/8 engine/ big, Moad potamic windshielcL Quickff, simpler maintenance is an- other big advantage offered by the new L.C.F. Everything's easier to reach in the roomy engine compartment. In an L.C.F. you still get the easy maneuverability of a C.O.E. plus- new frames, new suspension, a whole truck-load of modem features! Year alter year, America's best selling truck! Shortest Stroke V8 of All! The new Taskmaster V8-the most modem V8 your money can buy-powers the new L.C.F. ! With a 12-volt electrical system for faster starting! Larson Chevrolet Co. PARK RIVER Mrs. F. E. Weed was a Sunday visitor at Grafton with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Aasand and family. Mrs. J. A. Halberg and Mrs. Har- ry O'Brien were Sunday visitors in Devils Lake with Mrs. O'Brien's mother and other relatives. Elm'er Ofstedahl. clerk of the dis- trict court, Grafton, was hospitaliz- ed this week to be troated for in- luries suffered in a fall down stairs a lhe court house. Week end guests a the home of Mr. and :Mrs. Lloyd tIaas were Mr. and Mrs. Otto A. Bakkcn and Mrs. Arl Jensen og Oklee Minn. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pederson were his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. ffohn Pederson and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kenner, all of Devils Lake. Circle No. 1 of the Lutheran lad- ies aid met Tuesday afternon at the home of the president, Mrs. Gilbert Wang. She presided for the meeting at which Mrs. D.U. Meberg gave the Bible study. Guests were Mrs. Leonard Smestad, Mrs. Adolph Wang. Mrs. Dan Penas and Mrs. Robert Flaten. Lunch was served. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Haas were: Miss Nat- alie Johnson and Freedolph Haas of Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Lennart Erickson and family of Grand Forks Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bakken and Mrs. Art Jenson of Oklee, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. George Haas, Henry Dovre, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haas and Arthur. The occasion being Lloyd Haas's birthday. Afternoon visitors were: Mr. and Mrs. John Wambem. Adams The Young Peoples Luther League met in the Lutheran church Sunday evening May 1 with a mo- thers day program. A large crowd attended and lunch was served by Selma Hilde. Mrs. James Skyrud and Mrs. Lloyd Hilde. The money taken was to help along with ex- penses for the young people who ex- pect to attend the convention in San Francisco. Last week visitors at the Ole Hel- lena home were Mrs. Kathryn Sten- sland and Johnny. Mr. and Mrs. ; Orville Hellem and family. Mrs. : Clara Swenson. Mrs. Amelia Olson I and Mrs. Thomas Olson I The Vaudrin family drove to La- kota Saturday night to meet Mrs. Vaudrin's mother Mrs. Chabot who _will visit there for awhile. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Samuelson and family from Devils Lake visited at the Adolph Rosendahl home from Saturday to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Vigen and Mrs. Amelia Olson were Michigan call- ers. The Mary Martha Circle met at the church on Thursday night April 8 with Mrs. James Johnson as hostess. Mrs. Amelia Grant gave the Bible study. They decided to meet every third Thursday of the month i the evening. Mrs, Hellem visited with Mrs. J0hn Gilbertson Friday morning. Mrs. Wallgren returned here this week end after spending a few weeks in Crookston visiting the A1- dou Aubol family. Hans Skyrud is a patient in the hospital at this writing, Mrs. Garnaas and Mrs. Swenson visited with Hannah Froiland Sun- day afternoon. OoO Children's Program Given "Rhymatic Activities," a pro- gram presented by children of the Adams community under the di- rection of Mrs. Kenneth Tanke, was held Friday evening, April 29, at the Adams opera house, with a large crowd attending. Theme of the program was "We Dance, Twirl and Sing-- So We Can Ride on the Merry-Go-Round." Extra numbers were: solo. "Blue Moon," James Van Camp; mixed quartet, Jerry B]org, Barbara Swen- son, Deanna Gustafson, and Chapin Gustafson, singing "The Little Red Hen."