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THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1955 PAGE FIVE Park River News Mr. and Mrs. Joel Langseth of were recent visitors at Alvin Lovasen home and with rs. P. S. Olufson. Supt. and Mrs. F. U. Smith and and Mrs. Margaret Smith guests at the Russell Morrison at Bathgate and at the Harold home at Neche. Guests of the Fred Silliman ram- SUnday were Mr. and Mrs. Reed of Humboldt. Minn. are Mr. Silliman's uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Anion Bertsch of the week end here with son-in-law and daughter, Mr. :aad Mrs. Harold Rohn. lIr. and Mrs Harold Garnaas ahd were Sunday dinner guests lIrs. Caroline Garnaas at Ad- and supper guests of Mr. and Hilary Feltman of Warsaw. Mr. and Mrs. W. Skymko of Win- nipeg Beach, Manitoba, were in Park River to visit with Mrs. ale Neste and family and with the Mar- tin Nestes. Mrs. Skymko is a niece of the late ale Neste. A girl was born May 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Gjevre {Ruth Ann Dahl) of St. Thomas at a Grafton hospital. Mrs. Gjevre is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thee Dahl of Park River. Mesdames T. A. Daley, E. Lunde, Eugene Loftsgard, Peder Pederson, Jack Erovick and P. S. Olufson attended the Women's Missionary Federation convention at Adams on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Severson were Sunday visitors in Fargo with their daughter. Yvonne. a student nurse. She returned with them or a three weeks' vacation. While in Fargo the Seversons called on G. F. Borg, formerly of this city, who is a patient at the Veterans hospital. Weed and Insect Control SKJFRVEN'S FLYING SERVICE Dial 36201 or 36952 - PARK RIVER D OWL FEATURES ... Oranges boz. 33c W.aJ.,IL1EI CO "PILM,PARK  NORTH DAKOTA P Guests Sunday at the hor of David Ford Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur McCauley and family of Neilsville, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Mar- lowe Bjerke, Grand Forks. Mrs. Louise Howe of Fordville and Mrs. Lee Wood and son, Terry, of Elgin, N. D., visited at the home of Mrs Thee. Hanson Tuesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frovarp and Mrs. Thomas Charon were in Wal- halla Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. H. O. Romfo (Tillie Frovarp) 'a cousin of Mr. Frovarp and Mrs. Charon. r Dinner guests at the Harold Plat- en home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thompson, Mrs. Vera Smith and Avis Modin of Alvarado, Minn. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Larson visited there. Mr. and Mrs. O C. Fursteneau had as their guests for dinner Sun- day their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Everson and family and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ev- erson, all of Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Clark McLean and son. Scott of Grand Forks came up Sunday for a visit with Mr. Mc- Lean's mother. Mrs. Duncan Mc- Lean. She went back with them or a visit. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orbin Erickson at their farm home near Edinbur were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gillespie. Mrs. A. D. UND Mortar Board Gilh, spie. the Melvin Gutterud fam- I Yl theC. D.WalterLewisLindgren family and' 'Ta pS'family. ', Lena MaJde Sunday guests of Mrs. Mary Gars- ] ter were her son-in-law and daugh- i Lena Malde of Park River. was ter. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Orsund one of nine University of North Da- and family Of Ponca, Neb.. her son. kota co-eds "tapped" for member- William. of Minneapolis and her I ship in Mortar Board, senior worn- brother and sister. Oscar and Lena en's service group. Dahl of Rash. The "tapping'-' ceremony began at Mrs. Anion Erickson and son, 1:30 a. m. Monday, May 2 when the Gerald and the Calmer Hovland Mortar Board members wearing family of Grand Forks, the Orris their black robes visited each of the ]rickson family and Mr. and Mrs. nine girls in their rooms. After their Harry Nelson all of Edmore were surprise awakening they were pre- sented with black robes and mar- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and tar boards and were advised that Mrs. Alex Ford. they would be expected to wear LDR NAMES G. SOBOLIK them to classes for a day. A similar ceremony is used on all campuses CONVENTION DELEGATE with Mortar Board chapters. Gayle Sobolik will represent the Snitiation was held Wednesday senior division of the Lutheran morning, followed by breakfast. The Glen Ford family went to Webster Sunday to spend the day at the home of Mrs. Ford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Hermanson. The Earl Olson family, Mrs. O. P, Olson and Miss Inez Olson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lueken. Mrs. Henry Kelly was hostess at a birthday party for her son, Greg- ory," who was a year old May 10. After a social hour a two course- supper, featuring a birthday cake, was served. The Twilight Homemaker club met at the Harold Garnaas home May 4. Mrs. Ernest Amundrud and Mrs. Garnaas gave the lesson and served the lunch. Mrs. Wes Samson won the punctuality prize. The club discussed plans for a banquet to be held in Grafton Thursday with husbands of the members as special guests. BEVERLY MAGNUSSON ENGAGED TO WED Mr and Mrs. Magnus Magnusson of this city announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Beverly Ann, to Clinton Lewis. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lewis. rural Park River. Both young people are WCAS graduates. The wedding date has not yet been set. Daughters of the Reformation as a Mortar board members are chosen  Ibs 33c delegate to the state convention in at the end of their junior year on . Williston June 4-5. She was named the basis of scholarship, leadership  • " to this post at the regular meeting and service. Being 'tapped" by i held Tuesday evening in the fellow- Mortar Board is regarded as one of ship room of the Lutheran church - with Miss Virginia Falter presiding, the greatest honors of a girl's col- Rev. L.E. Smestad gave the lege career. The last Park River girl Bible study and lunch was served to be so honored was Lorna Eyolf- by Miss Alpha Kjelland, hostess, son (Mrs. Lee I-Iarris in 1947. PILLSSLRY'S CAKE MIX STAR-KIST, GREEN LABEL TUNA CANS VAN CAMP'S WITH PORK BEANS 21-OZ. HORMEL'S LUNCH MEAT li6|L FOOD Park River, N.D. J.O. Severson Dial 22691 Swift's Oriole 16-0Z. PKG. AAUW FETES HONORS STUDENTS FROM WCAS AND GRFAFTON HIGH Fifteen girl honor students from the Walsh County School here and the Grafton high school were honor- ed by the Grafton Branch of the American Association of University Women Tuesday evening, May 3. The tea and reception was held in the home of Mrs. Robert E. Dahl in Grafton with Dr. Dorothy Lipp, dean of women at UND, Grand Forks as the featured speaker. Park River girls attending were JoAnne Bena Joann Houser, Virgin- ia Kenney, Margaret Smith Judy I Flaten, Anna DahL Janet Bischoff. t and Carol Ramsey. Mrs. J. C. Kenney, program chair- man. introduced Dr. Lipp and Mrs. Walter Dougherty, retiring AAUW president, presented her with a gift on behalf of the group. Mrs. Dougherty presided at the refreshment table, which was cen- tered by an arrangement of double tulips and pussy willows and yellow and white candles. At the business meeting held be- fore the tea. Mrs. Dougherty presid- ed and called for reports of the state covention held at Jamestown. These were given by Mrs. Francis Phelan and Mrs. Dahl. Mrs. DahL the newly elected president, named the following committee chairmen ior the year: Education: Mrs. Kenney, Park Riv- er: social studies. Mrs. Gene Swartz: international relations. Mrs. How- ard Rohs: status of women. Miss Nellie Hanson: fellowship, Mrs. J. J. O'Brien: arts. Mrs. I. E. Hansen. Park River: membership, Mrs. C. C. Rand;"legislation, Mrs. J. W. Dur- kin: publicity, Mrs. Donald Nume- dahl; historian. Mrs. W. M. Knutson: program, Mrs. P. J. Donnell, chair- man. Mrs. G. L. Countryman and Miss Hanson. Mrs. Dougherty expressed her ap- reciation to the organization for the cooperation she received during her term of office. McPHERSON RETURNS FROM NEBRASKA TRAINING SESSION Norman McPherson, Soil Con- "servation technician, returned Sat- urday from a three weeks training session at the Ft. Robinson, Neb., Great Plains Training Center. All phases of soil and water con- servation were included in the pro- gram. Instructors were specialists in their respective fields which in- cluded soils, range management, en- gineering, agronomy, forestry and biology. Field trips were provided which showed many practices in applica- tion on the land as well as class- room work. Men from Oklahoma. Montana. Nebraska and North Da- kota wer in attendance. ST. ANSGAR'S HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Jesse Bates (Dorothy Parke) of Park River, was a surgical patient. Medical patients: Alice Marie Anderson. daughter of Mrs. Arthur Gilbert, city; Mrs. L. Iverson. Park River: Mrs. J. J. Ferguson, and Mrs. Adolph Kjelland. city; James Flanagan. Edinbur,f us Schuster. Crystal: Mrs. Milton Cramton Ford- ville. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Daley and children• who have spent the win- ter at Princeton. Fla.. arrived home Tuesdny. They spent the night with 3]rs. Navak's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sieve Novak. I Want Ads For Sale: Good used lumber. Ready I for use. Carl Larson, 1 blk north of Gussie's Drive In. *m12 Fo-r-sa-e." 8 f---t Frig--ldai----re. Goo'-d C--on- I dition. Mabel Marifjeren. * Coming sOON \\; BIG SPRING T IR E SALE " SPAM Bacon, Sliced . - Ib 39c M ! X - ,,.oz 39 € cA. su, SAUSAGE, Armours Star Thuringer- ,b' 49€ Farmers Union Oil Co. iq I17"Oz'PlLLSBURY'SPKGS $11OO1   FjDLiA X 16"AON " i N 0riole .- Dial 22731 Park River, North Dakota Skinless Weiners - Ib 39c ......... - ....................... .-- ,00Gran00e "" "'. COFFEE i.ow;;,. ,u..... 2cans25c I CORNCrStyle2,or25c e nets o JL'-zsmng) WeeLee :-ao VAN "CAMPS No. 2 Can " . " Pork & Beans 2 cans 35© TOASTIES OWL ! j4"AZ" 61( u_ ;"°" 3, 28€ elm. PALMoLLIMA BEANS,IvE Libby's Green Garden Ib tin 25c _..o._,.oz.. °""'' Toilet Soap, Reg. - 9 bars 59© ORANGE JUICE PICKLES a9 I CANS QT. ( JAa Cashmere Bouquet Reg. Cashmere Bouquet Bath ,u... s.u.o .ou. , Toilet Soap 3 bars 22c Toilet Soap 2 for 22€ -. .*,, THURINGER  4 GIANT'sIZE ,AST CHANCE TO BUY DIXIE New Fab&l can Ajax free - 690 DOGWOOD CHINAWAREI ]ac--k--O Lantern SWEET POTATOES, fcy, whole, 17 oz HOME BRAND Mince Meat, 19 oz jar PI--E PUM-PKIN, Butter-Kernel,r 15 oz. ROSEDALE CALIFORNIA 2 cans 33c • !90 2 cans 23c -6cans $1.00 Home Brand 10 oz glass Grape Jelly - each 19c Tomatoes, 16 oz Hartz DeLuxe Peanut Butter - 45c PRIMROSE PURE, 21 oz JAR Red Raspberry Preserves . 43c BAKING cHOcOLATE, Baker's, 8 oz pkg LIBBY'S KOSHER or REGULAR 49c L - 95© - 2 bottles 35€ Sm-o-o-t-h QUIET power that's made to order for fishermen. Now's the time...and this is the motor that's loaded with blg-motor features. FuliGear-Shlft, Mile Master Fuel System, Up-and-Off Motor Hood, Twist-Grip Speed Control...and tiffed Tor Shipmaster Remote Control Start the fishing season RIGHT...with a Johnson Sea-Horse. Come in today and see the famous 5Vs. For fishing, it's a real wodd-beaterl Immediate delivery, and time payments, too. It's mighty easy to ownl MALDE & SHARPE HARDWARE Dial 22821 Park River, N D. jonoon 8 e a-#orae 8 " fAr_DEPENDability DIXIE DOGWOOD STARTER SET SET INCLUDES: 99 € DINNER PLATE, SALAD PLATE, SAUCE DISH, CUP, SAUCER WITH $$.00 PURCHASE OR $5.00 IN CASH REGISTER RECEIPTS IIUY NOWI THIS OFFER ENDS MAY 21ST ..UALITY MEATS FOR LESS BOLOGNA - . Ib 39€ FRESH CHICKENS . . Ib 55€ BUTTS, PORK ROAST - Ib 39€ PREMIUM SLICED BACON - 2 Ib Pkg 95€ SAUSAGE, 4 varieties - Ib 49€ Dill Pickles, 26 oz jar i So-Li-Cious MARASCHINO CHERRIES 4 oz THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1955 PAGE FIVE Park River News Mr. and Mrs. Joel Langseth of were recent visitors at Alvin Lovasen home and with rs. P. S. Olufson. Supt. and Mrs. F. U. Smith and and Mrs. Margaret Smith guests at the Russell Morrison at Bathgate and at the Harold home at Neche. Guests of the Fred Silliman ram- SUnday were Mr. and Mrs. Reed of Humboldt. Minn. are Mr. Silliman's uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Anion Bertsch of the week end here with son-in-law and daughter, Mr. :aad Mrs. Harold Rohn. lIr. and Mrs Harold Garnaas ahd were Sunday dinner guests lIrs. Caroline Garnaas at Ad- and supper guests of Mr. and Hilary Feltman of Warsaw. Mr. and Mrs. W. Skymko of Win- nipeg Beach, Manitoba, were in Park River to visit with Mrs. ale Neste and family and with the Mar- tin Nestes. Mrs. Skymko is a niece of the late ale Neste. A girl was born May 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Gjevre {Ruth Ann Dahl) of St. Thomas at a Grafton hospital. Mrs. Gjevre is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thee Dahl of Park River. Mesdames T. A. Daley, E. Lunde, Eugene Loftsgard, Peder Pederson, Jack Erovick and P. S. Olufson attended the Women's Missionary Federation convention at Adams on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Severson were Sunday visitors in Fargo with their daughter. Yvonne. a student nurse. She returned with them or a three weeks' vacation. While in Fargo the Seversons called on G. F. Borg, formerly of this city, who is a patient at the Veterans hospital. Weed and Insect Control SKJFRVEN'S FLYING SERVICE Dial 36201 or 36952 - PARK RIVER D OWL FEATURES ... Oranges boz. 33c W.aJ.,IL1EI CO "PILM,PARK  NORTH DAKOTA P Guests Sunday at the hor of David Ford Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur McCauley and family of Neilsville, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Mar- lowe Bjerke, Grand Forks. Mrs. Louise Howe of Fordville and Mrs. Lee Wood and son, Terry, of Elgin, N. D., visited at the home of Mrs Thee. Hanson Tuesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frovarp and Mrs. Thomas Charon were in Wal- halla Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. H. O. Romfo (Tillie Frovarp) 'a cousin of Mr. Frovarp and Mrs. Charon. r Dinner guests at the Harold Plat- en home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thompson, Mrs. Vera Smith and Avis Modin of Alvarado, Minn. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Larson visited there. Mr. and Mrs. O C. Fursteneau had as their guests for dinner Sun- day their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Everson and family and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ev- erson, all of Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Clark McLean and son. Scott of Grand Forks came up Sunday for a visit with Mr. Mc- Lean's mother. Mrs. Duncan Mc- Lean. She went back with them or a visit. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orbin Erickson at their farm home near Edinbur were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gillespie. Mrs. A. D. UND Mortar Board Gilh, spie. the Melvin Gutterud fam- I Yl theC. D.WalterLewisLindgren family and' 'Ta pS'family. ', Lena MaJde Sunday guests of Mrs. Mary Gars- ] ter were her son-in-law and daugh- i Lena Malde of Park River. was ter. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Orsund one of nine University of North Da- and family Of Ponca, Neb.. her son. kota co-eds "tapped" for member- William. of Minneapolis and her I ship in Mortar Board, senior worn- brother and sister. Oscar and Lena en's service group. Dahl of Rash. The "tapping'-' ceremony began at Mrs. Anion Erickson and son, 1:30 a. m. Monday, May 2 when the Gerald and the Calmer Hovland Mortar Board members wearing family of Grand Forks, the Orris their black robes visited each of the ]rickson family and Mr. and Mrs. nine girls in their rooms. After their Harry Nelson all of Edmore were surprise awakening they were pre- sented with black robes and mar- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and tar boards and were advised that Mrs. Alex Ford. they would be expected to wear LDR NAMES G. SOBOLIK them to classes for a day. A similar ceremony is used on all campuses CONVENTION DELEGATE with Mortar Board chapters. Gayle Sobolik will represent the Snitiation was held Wednesday senior division of the Lutheran morning, followed by breakfast. The Glen Ford family went to Webster Sunday to spend the day at the home of Mrs. Ford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Hermanson. The Earl Olson family, Mrs. O. P, Olson and Miss Inez Olson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lueken. Mrs. Henry Kelly was hostess at a birthday party for her son, Greg- ory," who was a year old May 10. After a social hour a two course- supper, featuring a birthday cake, was served. The Twilight Homemaker club met at the Harold Garnaas home May 4. Mrs. Ernest Amundrud and Mrs. Garnaas gave the lesson and served the lunch. Mrs. Wes Samson won the punctuality prize. The club discussed plans for a banquet to be held in Grafton Thursday with husbands of the members as special guests. BEVERLY MAGNUSSON ENGAGED TO WED Mr and Mrs. Magnus Magnusson of this city announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Beverly Ann, to Clinton Lewis. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lewis. rural Park River. Both young people are WCAS graduates. The wedding date has not yet been set. Daughters of the Reformation as a Mortar board members are chosen  Ibs 33c delegate to the state convention in at the end of their junior year on . Williston June 4-5. She was named the basis of scholarship, leadership  • " to this post at the regular meeting and service. Being 'tapped" by i held Tuesday evening in the fellow- Mortar Board is regarded as one of ship room of the Lutheran church - with Miss Virginia Falter presiding, the greatest honors of a girl's col- Rev. L.E. Smestad gave the lege career. The last Park River girl Bible study and lunch was served to be so honored was Lorna Eyolf- by Miss Alpha Kjelland, hostess, son (Mrs. Lee I-Iarris in 1947. PILLSSLRY'S CAKE MIX STAR-KIST, GREEN LABEL TUNA CANS VAN CAMP'S WITH PORK BEANS 21-OZ. HORMEL'S LUNCH MEAT li6|L FOOD Park River, N.D. J.O. Severson Dial 22691 Swift's Oriole 16-0Z. PKG. AAUW FETES HONORS STUDENTS FROM WCAS AND GRFAFTON HIGH Fifteen girl honor students from the Walsh County School here and the Grafton high school were honor- ed by the Grafton Branch of the American Association of University Women Tuesday evening, May 3. The tea and reception was held in the home of Mrs. Robert E. Dahl in Grafton with Dr. Dorothy Lipp, dean of women at UND, Grand Forks as the featured speaker. Park River girls attending were JoAnne Bena Joann Houser, Virgin- ia Kenney, Margaret Smith Judy I Flaten, Anna DahL Janet Bischoff. t and Carol Ramsey. Mrs. J. C. Kenney, program chair- man. introduced Dr. Lipp and Mrs. Walter Dougherty, retiring AAUW president, presented her with a gift on behalf of the group. Mrs. Dougherty presided at the refreshment table, which was cen- tered by an arrangement of double tulips and pussy willows and yellow and white candles. At the business meeting held be- fore the tea. Mrs. Dougherty presid- ed and called for reports of the state covention held at Jamestown. These were given by Mrs. Francis Phelan and Mrs. Dahl. Mrs. DahL the newly elected president, named the following committee chairmen ior the year: Education: Mrs. Kenney, Park Riv- er: social studies. Mrs. Gene Swartz: international relations. Mrs. How- ard Rohs: status of women. Miss Nellie Hanson: fellowship, Mrs. J. J. O'Brien: arts. Mrs. I. E. Hansen. Park River: membership, Mrs. C. C. Rand;"legislation, Mrs. J. W. Dur- kin: publicity, Mrs. Donald Nume- dahl; historian. Mrs. W. M. Knutson: program, Mrs. P. J. Donnell, chair- man. Mrs. G. L. Countryman and Miss Hanson. Mrs. Dougherty expressed her ap- reciation to the organization for the cooperation she received during her term of office. McPHERSON RETURNS FROM NEBRASKA TRAINING SESSION Norman McPherson, Soil Con- "servation technician, returned Sat- urday from a three weeks training session at the Ft. Robinson, Neb., Great Plains Training Center. All phases of soil and water con- servation were included in the pro- gram. Instructors were specialists in their respective fields which in- cluded soils, range management, en- gineering, agronomy, forestry and biology. Field trips were provided which showed many practices in applica- tion on the land as well as class- room work. Men from Oklahoma. Montana. Nebraska and North Da- kota wer in attendance. ST. ANSGAR'S HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Jesse Bates (Dorothy Parke) of Park River, was a surgical patient. Medical patients: Alice Marie Anderson. daughter of Mrs. Arthur Gilbert, city; Mrs. L. Iverson. Park River: Mrs. J. J. Ferguson, and Mrs. Adolph Kjelland. city; James Flanagan. Edinbur,f us Schuster. Crystal: Mrs. Milton Cramton Ford- ville. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Daley and children• who have spent the win- ter at Princeton. Fla.. arrived home Tuesdny. They spent the night with 3]rs. Navak's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sieve Novak. I Want Ads For Sale: Good used lumber. Ready I for use. Carl Larson, 1 blk north of Gussie's Drive In. *m12 Fo-r-sa-e." 8 f---t Frig--ldai----re. Goo'-d C--on- I dition. Mabel Marifjeren. * Coming sOON \\; BIG SPRING T IR E SALE " SPAM Bacon, Sliced . - Ib 39c M ! X - ,,.oz 39 € cA. su, SAUSAGE, Armours Star Thuringer- ,b' 49€ Farmers Union Oil Co. iq I17"Oz'PlLLSBURY'SPKGS $11OO1   FjDLiA X 16"AON " i N 0riole .- Dial 22731 Park River, North Dakota Skinless Weiners - Ib 39c ......... - ....................... .-- ,00Gran00e "" "'. COFFEE i.ow;;,. ,u..... 2cans25c I CORNCrStyle2,or25c e nets o JL'-zsmng) WeeLee :-ao VAN "CAMPS No. 2 Can " . " Pork & Beans 2 cans 35© TOASTIES OWL ! j4"AZ" 61( u_ ;"°" 3, 28€ elm. PALMoLLIMA BEANS,IvE Libby's Green Garden Ib tin 25c _..o._,.oz.. °""'' Toilet Soap, Reg. - 9 bars 59© ORANGE JUICE PICKLES a9 I CANS QT. ( JAa Cashmere Bouquet Reg. Cashmere Bouquet Bath ,u... s.u.o .ou. , Toilet Soap 3 bars 22c Toilet Soap 2 for 22€ -. .*,, THURINGER  4 GIANT'sIZE ,AST CHANCE TO BUY DIXIE New Fab&l can Ajax free - 690 DOGWOOD CHINAWAREI ]ac--k--O Lantern SWEET POTATOES, fcy, whole, 17 oz HOME BRAND Mince Meat, 19 oz jar PI--E PUM-PKIN, Butter-Kernel,r 15 oz. ROSEDALE CALIFORNIA 2 cans 33c • !90 2 cans 23c -6cans $1.00 Home Brand 10 oz glass Grape Jelly - each 19c Tomatoes, 16 oz Hartz DeLuxe Peanut Butter - 45c PRIMROSE PURE, 21 oz JAR Red Raspberry Preserves . 43c BAKING cHOcOLATE, Baker's, 8 oz pkg LIBBY'S KOSHER or REGULAR 49c L - 95© - 2 bottles 35€ Sm-o-o-t-h QUIET power that's made to order for fishermen. Now's the time...and this is the motor that's loaded with blg-motor features. FuliGear-Shlft, Mile Master Fuel System, Up-and-Off Motor Hood, Twist-Grip Speed Control...and tiffed Tor Shipmaster Remote Control Start the fishing season RIGHT...with a Johnson Sea-Horse. Come in today and see the famous 5Vs. For fishing, it's a real wodd-beaterl Immediate delivery, and time payments, too. It's mighty easy to ownl MALDE & SHARPE HARDWARE Dial 22821 Park River, N D. jonoon 8 e a-#orae 8 " fAr_DEPENDability DIXIE DOGWOOD STARTER SET SET INCLUDES: 99 € DINNER PLATE, SALAD PLATE, SAUCE DISH, CUP, SAUCER WITH $$.00 PURCHASE OR $5.00 IN CASH REGISTER RECEIPTS IIUY NOWI THIS OFFER ENDS MAY 21ST ..UALITY MEATS FOR LESS BOLOGNA - . Ib 39€ FRESH CHICKENS . . Ib 55€ BUTTS, PORK ROAST - Ib 39€ PREMIUM SLICED BACON - 2 Ib Pkg 95€ SAUSAGE, 4 varieties - Ib 49€ Dill Pickles, 26 oz jar i So-Li-Cious MARASCHINO CHERRIES 4 oz