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PAGE FOUR WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY MAY 12, I Slants on Sports By Tom Kelly Good Luck Good Sportl ior American Legion baseball court- Deputy Game Warden Ed Bry has ty league for the season. The other m^  1^, . .;^- ...... Walsh I is for team representatives of the au a ,u vx ,,,,,- = ...... 6 East - "" " nt i -e ndent ........ i_s I ana west eou y na pe county sportsmen wile Will IIl  ...... .... th I amateur Iaseoall leagues, It will be him. when he moves .to me so i; Ithe final meeting before the county western ena ox me state wnere e league schedule starts May 22• Per- being transferred. . sons interested in acting as umpires i A shy m wou be oodlikeablelfell°w'he figures are asked to attend the meeting. the chang d g o exper- Consideration is being given to a] ienee. I remember the first time I proposal to set up an umpire's or- heard his name. He had shot a tel- ganization and improve that part of low in the leg because he was shin- ing deer at night with a light and had resisted arrest, I thought to my- self. "Man. he must be hardboiled." Of course. Ed isn't that way at all. He just "seen his duty and did it." the league's baseball program ounty Track Results Fordville took first in the high school division of the Walsh county track meet with 371/2 points Tues- Chally of Fairdale and Dual. Butch Peterson. Fordville, Chal- ly won the high jump and broad jump, going up 5 feet 5Vz inches and out 18 feet 7V2 inches. Peter- son placed first in the 100 yard dash and the 440. His time: 10.8 seconds and; 56.7. He also was on the Ford- ville relay team which placed first. Lynn Sluke took first in the 220, second in the 100 and third in the broad jump. In the girls events. Fairdale's Monson and Hultstrand provided the big scoring punch, and in the grade competition Pisek's Dusek won three firsts--the 75-yard dash, high jump and broad jump. NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That a public hearing will be held on Friday, May 20. 1955 at 8 o'clock P. M. in the City hall• Park River• North Dakota for the purpose of hearing any objections to the pro- posed issue of $30,000 of ,eneral Decca Club Has Banquet Monday Climaxing their year's work the members of the Decca Club held a banquet for sixteen at the Legion club in Grafton Monday evening. Returning to Park River they went to the home of Mrs. P. Wal- stad for the business meeting at , which Mrs. Marvin Sorenson presid- ed. The new, oficers were installed and assumed their duties at this meeting• Mrs. Gordon Greenwood is presi- dent: Mrs. Paul Meberg, vice presi- 'dent: Mrs. W. C. Skjerven. record- ing secretary; Mrs. Harvey Tallack- son. corresponding secretary: Mrs. D U. Meberg. treasurer: Mrs. How- ard. Gordon. historian: Mrs. Robert Bork. assistant historian. on behalf of the club. I Mrs I. G. Lannoye was ] Mrs. Daley received the hostess It° the Tally bridge club at I gift. Mrs. D. U Meberg will be hos- home Wednesday evening ion June 13. iweek. Supper was served _____ o'clock and the card games ed. Prizes went to Mesdames I For wedding invitations and nap- lan Andrews, Roy N'este and kins inquire at The Press. I W. Johnson. l Late Arrivals of 3 Only Suits SIZES 38, 40, 42 Latest make up season's colors. Priced at All Wools. S A real sportsman, Ed even got married during the big game season. He took a lot of ribbing on that one. If I heard it once, I heard this wise- crack 15 times: "Well. I see Ed got] his 'dear'." I Th]nclads Pick Up Stride The Walsh Aggie track squad got on the pace last week when it scor- ed 30 points and got its first "firsts" in a triangle meet at Devils Lake with Rugby and the Lakers. Glad- win Jensen. making his first ap- pearance in a track meet. showed promise of being a real cinder- burner. He scored first in both the 100-yard dash and 220, His times: 10.5 and 24.3. Lyle Bina, the Lankin catapult, took first in the broad jump with a leap of 18 feet, 3 inches and tossed the shot 391/, feet for second place in that event. He also scored second in the high jump, clearing the bar at 5 feet 3 inches. In the 880, Freshman Bob Miller led most of the race but didn't have the kick at the end. but he finished third. Placing in other events were: Jim Midgarden, third in I00 and fourth in 440; Curtis Hall, fourth in javelin; Bob Bothum. fourth in high hurdles and low hurdles, tied for third in high jump. Coach Ken Von Rueden said he might take his boys up to Cavalier for a duel meet today and then will take the squad back to Devils Lake Saturday for the big Rotary meet. Wildlife Meeting Tonight The Walsh County Wildlife Fed- arotion will meet tonight (Thurs- day) at 8:30 at the Gun Club east of Park River. Anyone who wants to may bring along his shotgun and do some trapshooting under the lights. Club officials say there will be an important business meeting follow- ed by a lunch. Baseball Chatter There will be two Walsh county baseball meetings Monday niht, May 16. both at the American Leg-[ ion club rooms in Park lliver. One will be to organize the county Jun- ' DANCW t : : • B 00ff;Part'€.00 eesm00 iLIES. WED MAY 17--18 lawn TREE DARK STREnS day. Fairdale was second with 27 points. Forest River was third and Adams was fourth• Fordville had won the county title the previous 6 years• Fairdale won the high school girls' track meet and also copped the grade school championship• Among the stars of the track nnd field meet at Fairdale were obligation bonds for the purpose of constructing a public bath. Any The new president named the tel- taxpayer may appear and discuss lowing, committees: Program, Mrs. iwilh the Board the proposed issue, i Paul Meberg, Mrs. Tom Kelly, Mrs. ELSIE J. CATHERWOOD I 'Vallace Daley.Th°mps°n:Mrs. VictorViSiting:saude;Mrs" Clerk, Board of Budeet Review i Quinten • entertainment: Mrs. Tom Kelly. Mrs. Merle Onstad.' Mrs Roland Batemnn. In charge of the Sparklers, chil- dren's organization sponsored by the club art, Mrs. Wallace Thompson and Mrs. Blair Chapman. Mrs. Sorenson precnted Mrs. ::i:: } Greenwood with the president's pin $39.50 4 Boys Pants Waist 26 to 28 V4 off Regular Price. Nice Patterns. A Good buy for less than $5.00 ALTERATIONS FREE EBBSEN'S PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA A demonstration of the bet known methods of hair and scalp tzttments to be give to the citizens of our city. AflD SCALP AUTHORITY HERE TO TELL TRUTH ABOUT BALDHESS A personal demonstration will be held from 12 noon until 9:00 p. n on Wednesday ONLY, May 18, lg55 in the Basell Hotel in Graft.n, North Dakofa by the Merrill Hair and Salp Consultants of Wichita Falls, Texas. The Merrill Consultant is being sent New Hair Is Permanent . here for the express purpose of ex- "If every man and woman will fol- laining to the people of our city, low our directions faithfully during the facts and the truth about hair treatment and after finishing treat- ment, there is no reason why they and scalp disorders. He will explain will not have hair all the rest of the 18 common scalp disorders that their lives," says this authority "We cause most men and women to lose know our treatments will work their hair He will demonstrate the from our thousands of testimonials. • _ ....... t It all depends on the individual per- proper memoas o nan" ana scalp tso , ........ ...... f n s raimmz ooservance oz a few nygzene ma nave Deen proven, suc- / simple rules." cessful for thousands of Amermans ! ...... ........... | uaranze l-'l ttesults zrom coasl to coasl. xne ,vterrni | ............. ..... --, ....... ivlerrlli flair anct calp ¢Jonsuitants .ar aria bcmp onsmtants wu, GUARANTEE, in a written certifi- give you, FREE, a complete hair €'to #iven tn each new ,li,,n +h÷ 1 xamin ti an el ......................... and seape a on d t 1 you ..... ]if you are not responding satisfac- Why you are losing your hair, or r'1 to trea en e 0 ........ Ito y tm t at the nd of 3 wny you are nawng troume wire . I days, that all money paid on teat- your scrap, lents will be graciously refunded. Hopeless Cases Are Few I 'We do this to overcome skepti- First, the Merrill Consultantis quick l cism," says the Merrill Consultant. to tell the hopeless cases that they cannot be helped• Once a man is completely shiny bald, nothing can be done, But the hopeless cases are few. Because if the hair roots are still alive, (evidenced by the pres- ence of light, colorless fuzz,) the Merrill Consultant can perform what sometimes seem to be won- ders, In the private examination, these facts will come to light. No Charge For Examination The examination is very thorough and highly technical. It requires a full 20 to 30 minutes. And, there is no charge for this examination. Af- ter the examination, you will be told the required length of treat- ment and how much it will cost. After starting the treatment, you will make regular reports to the Merrill Laboratory in Wichita Falls, Texas. An expert will check your Most of our clients are happy, sat- isfied men and women, confident that they will regain their hair and remove all traces of imbedded dandruff and other malicious hair and scalp ailments that prevent natural growth. This guarantee is for those who want to be assured that they will get their money's worth• and that is exactly what we intend to give them " A TrutMul Note Thousands of men and women have been helped by the Merrill methods. Because of their tremendous suc- l cess in this "field, it should be said here that there are some who can- not benefit from these treatments. Any person who is slick, shiny I bald, is destined to remain so. If ]there is any sign of fuzz, no matter I how short or colorless, there is a I definite chance that hair may be progress regularly, and keep in[ re-grown in time, "We have no touch with you throughout your I cure-all," says our exper "But if course of treatment. As you will be lyou take care of your hair• we can shown at your interview, Merrill of- I help you have healthy, normal. fers you a written guarantee of sat- [lasting hair that you will be proud isfacflon. , of all your life." The Merrill Consultant will occupy a auie of rooms in he Buell Hotel In Grabma. Nor£h Dakota. Wedne€lay. MaT 1. from 1 noon uaflI 9 p. m. Ask at £he desk for *he Merrill Consuant and see what cma be doz for your troublesome hair and scalp n. NO APPOINTMENT IECESSARY You need not have an appointment twill not be embarrassed or obllgat- to take advantage of this clinic. All I ed in any way. Both men and wom- examlations are private and you en are welcome. REAL GOLD FROZEN ORANGEADE Base NIBLETS WHOLE KERNEL CORN UNDERWOOD'S Deviled HAM RAP-IN-WAX 23 c ROLL TISSU T WHITE OR IN COLORS ,- F RI DAY-SATU RDAY-MAYI00-I 4: DOLE'$ FROIB4 I Ch k ,,-oz. Pineapp e un s ... FAIRWAY" Shrimp 3 00-oz. * ...... * ...... TINS FRUITS & VEGETABLES Lemons - - 6 for Oranges - - doz Cello Bags Carrots - - 2for Radishes - - each MEATS Ground Beef 3 Ibs Beef Shortribs - 1515c - Chuck, Good Grade Beef Roast Cello Wrapped Bacon Squares 1 lb Cello Pkg Sliced Bacon FY HOME STYldl 7 Ib lb each Owned and Operated by  Bvrw PARK RIVER, N.D. - DIAL Bures Fairway Mark EXTRA SPECIAL! Three merchandise prizes given every Saturday. A chance with every cash purchase of $2.00 or more. WINNERS 1st Prize: Ed Monson 2nd Prize: Mrs. Joe Walser 3rd Prize: Agnes Soukup HARPIES PAGE FOUR WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY MAY 12, I Slants on Sports By Tom Kelly Good Luck Good Sportl ior American Legion baseball court- Deputy Game Warden Ed Bry has ty league for the season. The other m^  1^, . .;^- ...... Walsh I is for team representatives of the au a ,u vx ,,,,,- = ...... 6 East - "" " nt i -e ndent ........ i_s I ana west eou y na pe county sportsmen wile Will IIl  ...... .... th I amateur Iaseoall leagues, It will be him. when he moves .to me so i; Ithe final meeting before the county western ena ox me state wnere e league schedule starts May 22• Per- being transferred. . sons interested in acting as umpires i A shy m wou be oodlikeablelfell°w'he figures are asked to attend the meeting. the chang d g o exper- Consideration is being given to a] ienee. I remember the first time I proposal to set up an umpire's or- heard his name. He had shot a tel- ganization and improve that part of low in the leg because he was shin- ing deer at night with a light and had resisted arrest, I thought to my- self. "Man. he must be hardboiled." Of course. Ed isn't that way at all. He just "seen his duty and did it." the league's baseball program ounty Track Results Fordville took first in the high school division of the Walsh county track meet with 371/2 points Tues- Chally of Fairdale and Dual. Butch Peterson. Fordville, Chal- ly won the high jump and broad jump, going up 5 feet 5Vz inches and out 18 feet 7V2 inches. Peter- son placed first in the 100 yard dash and the 440. His time: 10.8 seconds and; 56.7. He also was on the Ford- ville relay team which placed first. Lynn Sluke took first in the 220, second in the 100 and third in the broad jump. In the girls events. Fairdale's Monson and Hultstrand provided the big scoring punch, and in the grade competition Pisek's Dusek won three firsts--the 75-yard dash, high jump and broad jump. NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That a public hearing will be held on Friday, May 20. 1955 at 8 o'clock P. M. in the City hall• Park River• North Dakota for the purpose of hearing any objections to the pro- posed issue of $30,000 of ,eneral Decca Club Has Banquet Monday Climaxing their year's work the members of the Decca Club held a banquet for sixteen at the Legion club in Grafton Monday evening. Returning to Park River they went to the home of Mrs. P. Wal- stad for the business meeting at , which Mrs. Marvin Sorenson presid- ed. The new, oficers were installed and assumed their duties at this meeting• Mrs. Gordon Greenwood is presi- dent: Mrs. Paul Meberg, vice presi- 'dent: Mrs. W. C. Skjerven. record- ing secretary; Mrs. Harvey Tallack- son. corresponding secretary: Mrs. D U. Meberg. treasurer: Mrs. How- ard. Gordon. historian: Mrs. Robert Bork. assistant historian. on behalf of the club. I Mrs I. G. Lannoye was ] Mrs. Daley received the hostess It° the Tally bridge club at I gift. Mrs. D. U Meberg will be hos- home Wednesday evening ion June 13. iweek. Supper was served _____ o'clock and the card games ed. Prizes went to Mesdames I For wedding invitations and nap- lan Andrews, Roy N'este and kins inquire at The Press. I W. Johnson. l Late Arrivals of 3 Only Suits SIZES 38, 40, 42 Latest make up season's colors. Priced at All Wools. S A real sportsman, Ed even got married during the big game season. He took a lot of ribbing on that one. If I heard it once, I heard this wise- crack 15 times: "Well. I see Ed got] his 'dear'." I Th]nclads Pick Up Stride The Walsh Aggie track squad got on the pace last week when it scor- ed 30 points and got its first "firsts" in a triangle meet at Devils Lake with Rugby and the Lakers. Glad- win Jensen. making his first ap- pearance in a track meet. showed promise of being a real cinder- burner. He scored first in both the 100-yard dash and 220, His times: 10.5 and 24.3. Lyle Bina, the Lankin catapult, took first in the broad jump with a leap of 18 feet, 3 inches and tossed the shot 391/, feet for second place in that event. He also scored second in the high jump, clearing the bar at 5 feet 3 inches. In the 880, Freshman Bob Miller led most of the race but didn't have the kick at the end. but he finished third. Placing in other events were: Jim Midgarden, third in I00 and fourth in 440; Curtis Hall, fourth in javelin; Bob Bothum. fourth in high hurdles and low hurdles, tied for third in high jump. Coach Ken Von Rueden said he might take his boys up to Cavalier for a duel meet today and then will take the squad back to Devils Lake Saturday for the big Rotary meet. Wildlife Meeting Tonight The Walsh County Wildlife Fed- arotion will meet tonight (Thurs- day) at 8:30 at the Gun Club east of Park River. Anyone who wants to may bring along his shotgun and do some trapshooting under the lights. Club officials say there will be an important business meeting follow- ed by a lunch. Baseball Chatter There will be two Walsh county baseball meetings Monday niht, May 16. both at the American Leg-[ ion club rooms in Park lliver. One will be to organize the county Jun- ' DANCW t : : • B 00ff;Part'€.00 eesm00 iLIES. WED MAY 17--18 lawn TREE DARK STREnS day. Fairdale was second with 27 points. Forest River was third and Adams was fourth• Fordville had won the county title the previous 6 years• Fairdale won the high school girls' track meet and also copped the grade school championship• Among the stars of the track nnd field meet at Fairdale were obligation bonds for the purpose of constructing a public bath. Any The new president named the tel- taxpayer may appear and discuss lowing, committees: Program, Mrs. iwilh the Board the proposed issue, i Paul Meberg, Mrs. Tom Kelly, Mrs. ELSIE J. CATHERWOOD I 'Vallace Daley.Th°mps°n:Mrs. VictorViSiting:saude;Mrs" Clerk, Board of Budeet Review i Quinten • entertainment: Mrs. Tom Kelly. Mrs. Merle Onstad.' Mrs Roland Batemnn. In charge of the Sparklers, chil- dren's organization sponsored by the club art, Mrs. Wallace Thompson and Mrs. Blair Chapman. Mrs. Sorenson precnted Mrs. ::i:: } Greenwood with the president's pin $39.50 4 Boys Pants Waist 26 to 28 V4 off Regular Price. Nice Patterns. A Good buy for less than $5.00 ALTERATIONS FREE EBBSEN'S PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA A demonstration of the bet known methods of hair and scalp tzttments to be give to the citizens of our city. AflD SCALP AUTHORITY HERE TO TELL TRUTH ABOUT BALDHESS A personal demonstration will be held from 12 noon until 9:00 p. n on Wednesday ONLY, May 18, lg55 in the Basell Hotel in Graft.n, North Dakofa by the Merrill Hair and Salp Consultants of Wichita Falls, Texas. The Merrill Consultant is being sent New Hair Is Permanent . here for the express purpose of ex- "If every man and woman will fol- laining to the people of our city, low our directions faithfully during the facts and the truth about hair treatment and after finishing treat- ment, there is no reason why they and scalp disorders. He will explain will not have hair all the rest of the 18 common scalp disorders that their lives," says this authority "We cause most men and women to lose know our treatments will work their hair He will demonstrate the from our thousands of testimonials. • _ ....... t It all depends on the individual per- proper memoas o nan" ana scalp tso , ........ ...... f n s raimmz ooservance oz a few nygzene ma nave Deen proven, suc- / simple rules." cessful for thousands of Amermans ! ...... ........... | uaranze l-'l ttesults zrom coasl to coasl. xne ,vterrni | ............. ..... --, ....... ivlerrlli flair anct calp ¢Jonsuitants .ar aria bcmp onsmtants wu, GUARANTEE, in a written certifi- give you, FREE, a complete hair €'to #iven tn each new ,li,,n +h÷ 1 xamin ti an el ......................... and seape a on d t 1 you ..... ]if you are not responding satisfac- Why you are losing your hair, or r'1 to trea en e 0 ........ Ito y tm t at the nd of 3 wny you are nawng troume wire . I days, that all money paid on teat- your scrap, lents will be graciously refunded. Hopeless Cases Are Few I 'We do this to overcome skepti- First, the Merrill Consultantis quick l cism," says the Merrill Consultant. to tell the hopeless cases that they cannot be helped• Once a man is completely shiny bald, nothing can be done, But the hopeless cases are few. Because if the hair roots are still alive, (evidenced by the pres- ence of light, colorless fuzz,) the Merrill Consultant can perform what sometimes seem to be won- ders, In the private examination, these facts will come to light. No Charge For Examination The examination is very thorough and highly technical. It requires a full 20 to 30 minutes. And, there is no charge for this examination. Af- ter the examination, you will be told the required length of treat- ment and how much it will cost. After starting the treatment, you will make regular reports to the Merrill Laboratory in Wichita Falls, Texas. An expert will check your Most of our clients are happy, sat- isfied men and women, confident that they will regain their hair and remove all traces of imbedded dandruff and other malicious hair and scalp ailments that prevent natural growth. This guarantee is for those who want to be assured that they will get their money's worth• and that is exactly what we intend to give them " A TrutMul Note Thousands of men and women have been helped by the Merrill methods. Because of their tremendous suc- l cess in this "field, it should be said here that there are some who can- not benefit from these treatments. Any person who is slick, shiny I bald, is destined to remain so. If ]there is any sign of fuzz, no matter I how short or colorless, there is a I definite chance that hair may be progress regularly, and keep in[ re-grown in time, "We have no touch with you throughout your I cure-all," says our exper "But if course of treatment. As you will be lyou take care of your hair• we can shown at your interview, Merrill of- I help you have healthy, normal. fers you a written guarantee of sat- [lasting hair that you will be proud isfacflon. , of all your life." The Merrill Consultant will occupy a auie of rooms in he Buell Hotel In Grabma. Nor£h Dakota. Wedne€lay. MaT 1. from 1 noon uaflI 9 p. m. Ask at £he desk for *he Merrill Consuant and see what cma be doz for your troublesome hair and scalp n. NO APPOINTMENT IECESSARY You need not have an appointment twill not be embarrassed or obllgat- to take advantage of this clinic. All I ed in any way. Both men and wom- examlations are private and you en are welcome. REAL GOLD FROZEN ORANGEADE Base NIBLETS WHOLE KERNEL CORN UNDERWOOD'S Deviled HAM RAP-IN-WAX 23 c ROLL TISSU T WHITE OR IN COLORS ,- F RI DAY-SATU RDAY-MAYI00-I 4: DOLE'$ FROIB4 I Ch k ,,-oz. Pineapp e un s ... FAIRWAY" Shrimp 3 00-oz. * ...... * ...... TINS FRUITS & VEGETABLES Lemons - - 6 for Oranges - - doz Cello Bags Carrots - - 2for Radishes - - each MEATS Ground Beef 3 Ibs Beef Shortribs - 1515c - Chuck, Good Grade Beef Roast Cello Wrapped Bacon Squares 1 lb Cello Pkg Sliced Bacon FY HOME STYldl 7 Ib lb each Owned and Operated by  Bvrw PARK RIVER, N.D. - DIAL Bures Fairway Mark EXTRA SPECIAL! Three merchandise prizes given every Saturday. A chance with every cash purchase of $2.00 or more. WINNERS 1st Prize: Ed Monson 2nd Prize: Mrs. Joe Walser 3rd Prize: Agnes Soukup HARPIES French Dreui00j