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PAGE SIX WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1955 .. ST, MARY'S CATHOLIC Masses Sunday, May 15:7:30 a. m. and 10:30 a. m. May 19: Ascension Thursday, Mass at the church 7:30 a. m. BETHEL BAPTIST Henry A. Bober. Supply Pastor Sunday, Service at II o'clock. Sunday school, classes for all ages, I0 a. m. Gospel melodies from the tower at 6:45. Young People meeting at 7 o'clock. Pre-service prayer meeting in the church basement at 7:45. Evening service at 8 o'clock. Spe- cial music and singing at both ser- vices. Mid week prayer meeting Wednesdays, 8 p. m. in the church. All welcome. FEDEBATED CHURCH Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Morning worship 11 o'clock. Sunday, May 15: Rural life Sun- day. Special service of interest to 4H clubs and rural organizations. Message on "Religion and the Soil." Rev. W. Ray Radliff. minister ST. PETER EPISCOPAL Morning services 9:45. Rev. S. A Glasgow, rector PARK RIVER LUTHERAN Parish Our Saviour's: Thursday (today) 8 p. m. Senior choir rehearsal. No Junior choir. Sunday. 9:30 a. m Rural life ser- vice. Sermon theme: "Four pictures RURAL LIFE SUNDAY TO BE OBSERVED MAY 15 Rural Life Sunday will be observ- ed in Our Saviour's Lutheran church next Sunday with special features included in the service. The service will be patterned af- ter the ancient custom where on RegaLe Sunday (the fifth Sunday after Easter} a solemn procession passed from the church to a nearby field where the "Order for the Bles- sing of the Fields" was read. The entire service will take place within the church here at Park River but there will be the "Service of the Dedication of the Seed." Spe- cial prayers will be offered invok- ing God's blessings upon the fields and flocks and upon all those who "live by the soil." The sermon will center around a rural life theme. The decision to have such a ser- vice locally, according to Pastor Leonard E. Smestad came out of the growing conviction that we should Rot only meet for a special day of Thanksgiving in the fall of the year but we should also meet in the spring of the year to acknowledge our compleLe dependence upon God and to ask His blessing as the seed is sown and the flocks are turned out to pasture. A special invitation is extended to 4H clubs and other organizations as- sociated with Rural Life to attend this service in a group and the pub- lic is cordially invited. LOCAL NEWS Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Anna Hatlestad were her son. Edmond Hatlestad and family of Birford. her son. Donald Hatlestad from Rural Life." Special prayers and wife of Adams. her daughter, askim  God's blessings upon the ...............  ....... i lvlrs lllllan blows oI ralon lar fields "and the flocks wm De oiler- ' ' " ...... i  and Mrs. Lars Larson and Mrs Carl ed and featured will be rne pea- , , ,,,  I naerson Park River cation of the Seen. I ' " 10"45 a m Sunday school. 3 p. m  , . ' .' " , ......... rel unaay visitors of Mr and Mrs. iorweglan coI1ee nour sponge u . _ by LDR Jonn Trygg were the Louis Trygg ' -Jr " No 2 tfamily of Grand Forks On Sunday Tuesday: 2:30 p. m. ccle • . .... " .... ........ , . , ,,_  _,:ne Tryggs rece2vea momer's nay at Mrs. "tea uanl s. tlrcm Io. o a; . , greetings by long dmtance telephone Mrs. Enoch Larson s. Circle No. 5 at Mrs. Russel Lien's. 8 p. m. Circle 6. from their daughter, Mrs. Calvin Wed. 5:30 p. m. Jr LDR picnic at Oaks, of Muskegon, Mich. the Big Park. 8 p. m. Sunday school teachers and officers. Golden Valley: Friday, 2:30, Ladies aid. Sunday. 10 a. n Sunday school Luther League at 8. Pleasant Valley Sunday, school, 9:45. Morning worship at 11 o'clcok. Leonard E. Smestad, pastor EDINBURG LUTHERAN PARISH Trinity: Ladles aid at 2:30. Pro- gram "In Memoriam" and "Life Memberships." Hostesses: Rebecca Circle. Saturday Confirmation classes 9 and I0:30. Sunday Rur- al Youth Sunday Service at 9:30. 4-H clubs will take part. Roger Paulson of Grafton will preach. Odalen: Luther League program Sunday at 8 p. m. A deputation team from the University LSA will pre- sent the program. The 4-H clubs will also be honored. Zion (Union)Rural Youth Sun- day at 11:10 a. m. this Sunday. Robert Bergeson, pastor ZION LUTHERAN Thursday, 8 p m. Bible study. 8:30 choir rehearsal. Friday, 4:45: Senior confirmation class at Walstad school. Sat 9 a. m. Junior confirmation class at Ander- son's. Sunday, May 15: Sunday school at '0 o'clock. Rural Life Sunday ser- vice at 9 o'clock. Familynight ser- vice at 7:30. South Trinity: Saturday, 9 a. m. A real help Lundene Named I Lankin Auxiliary Installs Officers GLADYS NYBO MARRIES., To Inspector's Post Mrs. Walter Dougherty, second In observance of national music AIR FORCE MAN IN Announcement has been district president of the American week. May 1 to 8. Mrs. Charles Er- the marriage of Gladys Orlaine Henry Lundene of Adams has Legion Auxiliary installed the offi- ickson sang two selections with Mrs. be, daughter of Ole Nybo of been named a deputy inspector in cers for the Lankin auxiliary unit O. Lillehaugen at the piano. the attorney general's licensing di- at their regular meetin Monday of le, and Fred Duncanson. son vision. :according to an announce- last week. Mrs. J. H. Vorachek. Mrs. Wilfred and Mrs. M. A. Duncanson of ment last week. Shirek, Mrs Ludvig Trenda and anoxie, Kan., which took plaCe l Attorney General Leslie R. Bur- Mrs. Frank Sticha is the new Georgette Vorachek were named to Lawrence. Kansas. April 9. gum said Lundenc succeeds A. T. president, succeeding Mrs. Howard decorate a float for Lankin's 50th Given in marriage by her Johnson of Jamestown as deputy McLaughlin. Mrs. Joseph Swartz is anniversary celebration in June. the bride wore a gown st shell inspector in an area that now will vice president: Mrs. Charles Erick- include Barnes. Burleigh, Sheridan, son. secretary; Mrs. Frank Malafa. Mrs. Harry O'Bricn of Park River lace with matching accessories Stutsman. Kidder, McLean. Wells. treasurer; Mrs. Mark Novak.. cor- was a guest present and spoke brief- carried a cascade of white Fostcr and Eddy counties, responding secretary; Mrs. Stanley ly to the group. Lions on a white Bible. Johnson recently was named Machart. historian and Mrs. Orvil Mrs. Dougherty was given a gift The ceremony took place in 1 chief inspector of the licensing di- Jalto. chaplain: Mrs. Ervin Omlie, by the unit. Immanuel Lutheran church Rev. Norman Brandt officiating. vision, sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Thee. Hodny Attendance pmzes went to Mrs. Attending the couple were and Mrs. Lloyd Jallo were appoint- Orvin Jallo and Mrs. William Ma- bride's sister. Doris Nybo, of ed flag bearers. BROTHER OF LOCAL MAN Mrs. McLaughlin presided at the chart. Grand Forks. and Ted PLANS TRIP TO EUROPE meeting and gave a report of the Hostesses for lunch after the a brother of the bridegroom. meeting were Mrs. Oscar Bondy, Mr. and Mrs. Duncanson are Carl Larson of this city has been district meeting held in Grafton. Mrs. William Machart and Mary home in Waco, Tex., where he informed that his brother, Henry A. Mrs. Frank Malafa. poppy chair- Chloupek. stationed with the Air Force. Larson of Selah, Wash., is planning man, will be assisted by Mrs. Chas. a trip to Stockholm, Sweden to at- tend the World Pentecostal confer- Erickson, Mrs. Lloyd Jallo, Mrs. Emil Kratochvil, Mrs. Mark Novak, HONOR STUDENTS NAMED IN COUNTY HIGH ence Jun 13-20. Mrs. Ervin Omlie and Mrs. Mark Honor students of several high Marlys Chally, salutatorian. A former local resident, Mr. Lar- Novak. Mrs. Stanley Machart and schools in Walsh county were an- Don Geary is valedictorian at son has been pastor of the Assem- Mrs. Omlie will decorate the poppY nounced the past week. ares while Joy Skyrud and bly of God church at Selah. Wash., window for May 28. Rudolph Swenson is valedictorian dine Drevecky are the past two years. He went there Gifts were given the gold star of Hoople high scho01 and Jo Ann Gardar high school's from Walhalla where he was pas- mothers on Mother's day. Moe is salutatorian, class is headed by Pauline tor for ten years. Mr. and Mrs. Larson expect to or- Mrs. Frank Sticha will make the At FairdaIe the top students are valedictorian and Helen rive in North Dakota this week for sprays for Memorial day. Grace Hultstrand, valedictorian, and salutatorian. a visit with relatives before the for- mer leaves for NeWtheYOrk.u.s.He linerWill sail May 26 on CALENA0 SPECIAL I United States. The conference which meets ewry two years is set for the Philadelphia church in "Squeeze Plastic" Stockholm and will be attended by ministers, missionaries and dele- gates from all parts of the world. Bef°rereturningh°:neiD'ab°uttw° Mixing Bowl Set months Mr. Larson plans to visit the birthplaces of his mother and father in Norway and Sweden, re-] respectively, and will look up other, 2s s relatives and friends in both coun- 4 (tuet New modern design mixlnl bowls in 3 con- tries, vonlect sizes makes your oeking and cooking job easier. New polyethylene plastic as light Mrs. Lawson, the former Affnes as,e feather yet practically indestructible. Smazik of Park River, will remain in Walhalla with the couple's two 1 " EEru U¥IIIM 111TII MAY CALEIIAB €OIIFOII daughters, while her husband is away. 00mbl triee with Coupon t Drill II VOlt MAY eALEIAD I|eltOl 1011 wn14 v Bring In  Oialrlln ll]: CN, B,I.'D €0tJIKIN tdlve In pr!. ... when buying farm .maohimry dealer for TIMEPAY. Be sure to buy your new farm equipment out of income through TIMEPAY-our new Bank Credit financing plan. Costs am low . . . and you deal with people you know, establishing your bank credit .A locally and making pay- ,  ments the convenient TIMEPAY way here at _. the Bank. Just ask your FIRST STATE BANK Me,.$e. Federal Z)epoit l.iura.ce CoPl, oradoa PARK RIVER. NORTH DAKOTA Junior confirmation class at Ander- use PHILLIPS 66 agricultural ammonia Here's top value in Nitrogen fertilizer. It's Phillips 66 Agricultural Ammonia with 82% Nitrogen. With this fertilizer you get more Nitrogen per pound than with other ty fertilizer. And because it's lew in cost, you get more Nitrogen for every dollar. It has proved profitable for ell types of crops. Apply it directly to the with tractor equipment, or meter it Irrigation water. You'll get more yield Iw acre, Jowu' Im.lo00io. costs, with Iillips 66 Agricultural Amrnon'm. See us HERE ARE YOUR Agricultural Ammonia Dealers FORDVILLE FARM SERVICE, FORDVILLE, N. D. PARK RIVER POTATO CO., Park River, N. D. WOLSKY FARM SUPPLY, GRAFTON, N. D. ERNEST THOMPSON, NASH, N. D. ORVILLE HAGEN, ADAMS, N. D. FEDJE BROS., HOOPLE, N. D. VALLEY NITROGEN, PARK RIVER, N. D. MARSHALL-WELLS STORES PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA son's. Sunday. May '5: Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Rural Life Sunday ser- vice at I1 a. m. Wed. May 18. 8 p. m. Dr Peter Doeswyck will speak at So. Trinity. Oliver E. Johnson, pastor FIRST LUTHERAN, Hoople Girls Chorus Thurs at 7. Public catechization of Senior eonfirmands Friday, 8 p. m. Junior confirmants meet Sat. at 10:30, Sunday, May 15: Confirmation service 9 a. m. Sunday school 10:30 a. m. Joint communion service for whole parish 8 p. m. at Park Center church. Park Center: Ladies aid today 2:30, Bible study in the Gospel of Luke. Sunday school at 10 a. m. A joint communion service for confirmants and Whole parish 8 p. m. Hvideso: Worship at 11. Sunday school at 10, O. R, Swenson, pastor Borg.Olsen Wedding Date Set Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Dague Esther Borg, and Duane D, Olsen of Mekinock, The date has been set for June 25 in the United Lutheran church at Grand Forks. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs, G. F. Borg of Fargo, formerly of Park River, the bride-elect is attending the University M,X;rand Forks and will graduate in June She is a mem- ber of Delta Zeta sorority. Rev. and Mrs. O. R. Swenson of Hoople made a business trip to Walker, Minn., Tuesday. Typewriter Hbbons at e Pem. Marshall-Wells Stare00s Anniversary SALE ¢ 29€ WASTEBASKET $9.95 BARBECUE SAFETY GLOW LANTERN j 19' 7 9s 88 € SPECIAL ....... . I * Strong fiber board construction * FreeS-lb. bag of charcoal k Large 2½"reflector Enjoy outdoor life with this. revOiutl .ofl.. * Tapered oval desiBn new way of food preparatiOn:  this * Uses standard bakeries * Assorted colorful patterns compact pottsle barbecue 8t mrs lOW * Handy angle stand special price. VALLEY NITROGEN IHC. Wholesale- Retail Dick Caswell, Mgr., Park River Dial 36826 7.PC. BERRY SET WHIRLY BIRD GAME 3-PC. REUSH SET * Re|uter $2.50 value , Replar low prh:e $2 _diJ * Attractive cut glass deslip with dllnty Fun for young and old alike. Set consists * Large lS'" trey, 5 large €J 22 karat gold bands of 2 large 7" platters and 17'" Wffirly * Center marmalade dish comple ""-' cover Set includes 1  9Vz" servthg bowl, plus Bird. Will give hours of fun. * Attractive glass dish with old ttll 6 dishes. MARSHALL-WELLS STORES Park River, N.D. Dial 3 691 PAGE SIX WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1955 .. ST, MARY'S CATHOLIC Masses Sunday, May 15:7:30 a. m. and 10:30 a. m. May 19: Ascension Thursday, Mass at the church 7:30 a. m. BETHEL BAPTIST Henry A. Bober. Supply Pastor Sunday, Service at II o'clock. Sunday school, classes for all ages, I0 a. m. Gospel melodies from the tower at 6:45. Young People meeting at 7 o'clock. Pre-service prayer meeting in the church basement at 7:45. Evening service at 8 o'clock. Spe- cial music and singing at both ser- vices. Mid week prayer meeting Wednesdays, 8 p. m. in the church. All welcome. FEDEBATED CHURCH Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Morning worship 11 o'clock. Sunday, May 15: Rural life Sun- day. Special service of interest to 4H clubs and rural organizations. Message on "Religion and the Soil." Rev. W. Ray Radliff. minister ST. PETER EPISCOPAL Morning services 9:45. Rev. S. A Glasgow, rector PARK RIVER LUTHERAN Parish Our Saviour's: Thursday (today) 8 p. m. Senior choir rehearsal. No Junior choir. Sunday. 9:30 a. m Rural life ser- vice. Sermon theme: "Four pictures RURAL LIFE SUNDAY TO BE OBSERVED MAY 15 Rural Life Sunday will be observ- ed in Our Saviour's Lutheran church next Sunday with special features included in the service. The service will be patterned af- ter the ancient custom where on RegaLe Sunday (the fifth Sunday after Easter} a solemn procession passed from the church to a nearby field where the "Order for the Bles- sing of the Fields" was read. The entire service will take place within the church here at Park River but there will be the "Service of the Dedication of the Seed." Spe- cial prayers will be offered invok- ing God's blessings upon the fields and flocks and upon all those who "live by the soil." The sermon will center around a rural life theme. The decision to have such a ser- vice locally, according to Pastor Leonard E. Smestad came out of the growing conviction that we should Rot only meet for a special day of Thanksgiving in the fall of the year but we should also meet in the spring of the year to acknowledge our compleLe dependence upon God and to ask His blessing as the seed is sown and the flocks are turned out to pasture. A special invitation is extended to 4H clubs and other organizations as- sociated with Rural Life to attend this service in a group and the pub- lic is cordially invited. LOCAL NEWS Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Anna Hatlestad were her son. Edmond Hatlestad and family of Birford. her son. Donald Hatlestad from Rural Life." Special prayers and wife of Adams. her daughter, askim  God's blessings upon the ...............  ....... i lvlrs lllllan blows oI ralon lar fields "and the flocks wm De oiler- ' ' " ...... i  and Mrs. Lars Larson and Mrs Carl ed and featured will be rne pea- , , ,,,  I naerson Park River cation of the Seen. I ' " 10"45 a m Sunday school. 3 p. m  , . ' .' " , ......... rel unaay visitors of Mr and Mrs. iorweglan coI1ee nour sponge u . _ by LDR Jonn Trygg were the Louis Trygg ' -Jr " No 2 tfamily of Grand Forks On Sunday Tuesday: 2:30 p. m. c cle • . .... " .... ........ , . , ,,_  _,:ne Tryggs rece2vea momer's nay at Mrs. "tea uanl s. tlrcm Io. o a; . , greetings by long dmtance telephone Mrs. Enoch Larson s. Circle No. 5 at Mrs. Russel Lien's. 8 p. m. Circle 6. from their daughter, Mrs. Calvin Wed. 5:30 p. m. Jr LDR picnic at Oaks, of Muskegon, Mich. the Big Park. 8 p. m. Sunday school teachers and officers. Golden Valley: Friday, 2:30, Ladies aid. Sunday. 10 a. n Sunday school Luther League at 8. Pleasant Valley Sunday, school, 9:45. Morning worship at 11 o'clcok. Leonard E. Smestad, pastor EDINBURG LUTHERAN PARISH Trinity: Ladles aid at 2:30. Pro- gram "In Memoriam" and "Life Memberships." Hostesses: Rebecca Circle. Saturday Confirmation classes 9 and I0:30. Sunday Rur- al Youth Sunday Service at 9:30. 4-H clubs will take part. Roger Paulson of Grafton will preach. Odalen: Luther League program Sunday at 8 p. m. A deputation team from the University LSA will pre- sent the program. The 4-H clubs will also be honored. Zion (Union)Rural Youth Sun- day at 11:10 a. m. this Sunday. Robert Bergeson, pastor ZION LUTHERAN Thursday, 8 p m. Bible study. 8:30 choir rehearsal. Friday, 4:45: Senior confirmation class at Walstad school. Sat 9 a. m. Junior confirmation class at Ander- son's. Sunday, May 15: Sunday school at '0 o'clock. Rural Life Sunday ser- vice at 9 o'clock. Familynight ser- vice at 7:30. South Trinity: Saturday, 9 a. m. A real help Lundene Named I Lankin Auxiliary Installs Officers GLADYS NYBO MARRIES., To Inspector's Post Mrs. Walter Dougherty, second In observance of national music AIR FORCE MAN IN Announcement has been district president of the American week. May 1 to 8. Mrs. Charles Er- the marriage of Gladys Orlaine Henry Lundene of Adams has Legion Auxiliary installed the offi- ickson sang two selections with Mrs. be, daughter of Ole Nybo of been named a deputy inspector in cers for the Lankin auxiliary unit O. Lillehaugen at the piano. the attorney general's licensing di- at their regular meetin Monday of le, and Fred Duncanson. son vision. :according to an announce- last week. Mrs. J. H. Vorachek. Mrs. Wilfred and Mrs. M. A. Duncanson of ment last week. Shirek, Mrs Ludvig Trenda and anoxie, Kan., which took plaCe l Attorney General Leslie R. Bur- Mrs. Frank Sticha is the new Georgette Vorachek were named to Lawrence. Kansas. April 9. gum said Lundenc succeeds A. T. president, succeeding Mrs. Howard decorate a float for Lankin's 50th Given in marriage by her Johnson of Jamestown as deputy McLaughlin. Mrs. Joseph Swartz is anniversary celebration in June. the bride wore a gown st shell inspector in an area that now will vice president: Mrs. Charles Erick- include Barnes. Burleigh, Sheridan, son. secretary; Mrs. Frank Malafa. Mrs. Harry O'Bricn of Park River lace with matching accessories Stutsman. Kidder, McLean. Wells. treasurer; Mrs. Mark Novak.. cor- was a guest present and spoke brief- carried a cascade of white Fostcr and Eddy counties, responding secretary; Mrs. Stanley ly to the group. Lions on a white Bible. Johnson recently was named Machart. historian and Mrs. Orvil Mrs. Dougherty was given a gift The ceremony took place in 1 chief inspector of the licensing di- Jalto. chaplain: Mrs. Ervin Omlie, by the unit. Immanuel Lutheran church Rev. Norman Brandt officiating. vision, sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Thee. Hodny Attendance pmzes went to Mrs. Attending the couple were and Mrs. Lloyd Jallo were appoint- Orvin Jallo and Mrs. William Ma- bride's sister. Doris Nybo, of ed flag bearers. BROTHER OF LOCAL MAN Mrs. McLaughlin presided at the chart. Grand Forks. and Ted PLANS TRIP TO EUROPE meeting and gave a report of the Hostesses for lunch after the a brother of the bridegroom. meeting were Mrs. Oscar Bondy, Mr. and Mrs. Duncanson are Carl Larson of this city has been district meeting held in Grafton. Mrs. William Machart and Mary home in Waco, Tex., where he informed that his brother, Henry A. Mrs. Frank Malafa. poppy chair- Chloupek. stationed with the Air Force. Larson of Selah, Wash., is planning man, will be assisted by Mrs. Chas. a trip to Stockholm, Sweden to at- tend the World Pentecostal confer- Erickson, Mrs. Lloyd Jallo, Mrs. Emil Kratochvil, Mrs. Mark Novak, HONOR STUDENTS NAMED IN COUNTY HIGH ence Jun 13-20. Mrs. Ervin Omlie and Mrs. Mark Honor students of several high Marlys Chally, salutatorian. A former local resident, Mr. Lar- Novak. Mrs. Stanley Machart and schools in Walsh county were an- Don Geary is valedictorian at son has been pastor of the Assem- Mrs. Omlie will decorate the poppY nounced the past week. ares while Joy Skyrud and bly of God church at Selah. Wash., window for May 28. Rudolph Swenson is valedictorian dine Drevecky are the past two years. He went there Gifts were given the gold star of Hoople high scho01 and Jo Ann Gardar high school's from Walhalla where he was pas- mothers on Mother's day. Moe is salutatorian, class is headed by Pauline tor for ten years. Mr. and Mrs. Larson expect to or- Mrs. Frank Sticha will make the At FairdaIe the top students are valedictorian and Helen rive in North Dakota this week for sprays for Memorial day. Grace Hultstrand, valedictorian, and salutatorian. a visit with relatives before the for- mer leaves for NeWtheYOrk.u.s.He linerWill sail May 26 on CALENA0 SPECIAL I United States. The conference which meets ewry two years is set for the Philadelphia church in "Squeeze Plastic" Stockholm and will be attended by ministers, missionaries and dele- gates from all parts of the world. Bef°rereturningh°:neiD'ab°uttw° Mixing Bowl Set months Mr. Larson plans to visit the birthplaces of his mother and father in Norway and Sweden, re-] respectively, and will look up other, 2s s relatives and friends in both coun- 4 (tuet New modern design mixlnl bowls in 3 con- tries, vonlect sizes makes your oeking and cooking job easier. New polyethylene plastic as light Mrs. Lawson, the former Affnes as,e feather yet practically indestructible. Smazik of Park River, will remain in Walhalla with the couple's two 1 " EEru U¥IIIM 111TII MAY CALEIIAB €OIIFOII daughters, while her husband is away. 00mbl triee with Coupon t Drill II VOlt MAY eALEIAD I|eltOl 1011 wn14 v Bring In  Oialrlln ll]: CN, B,I.'D €0tJIKIN tdlve In pr!. ... when buying farm .maohimry dealer for TIMEPAY. Be sure to buy your new farm equipment out of income through TIMEPAY-our new Bank Credit financing plan. Costs am low . . . and you deal with people you know, establishing your bank credit .A locally and making pay- ,  ments the convenient TIMEPAY way here at _. the Bank. Just ask your FIRST STATE BANK Me,.$e. Federal Z)epoit l.iura.ce CoPl, oradoa PARK RIVER. NORTH DAKOTA Junior confirmation class at Ander- use PHILLIPS 66 agricultural ammonia Here's top value in Nitrogen fertilizer. It's Phillips 66 Agricultural Ammonia with 82% Nitrogen. With this fertilizer you get more Nitrogen per pound than with other ty fertilizer. And because it's lew in cost, you get more Nitrogen for every dollar. It has proved profitable for ell types of crops. Apply it directly to the with tractor equipment, or meter it Irrigation water. You'll get more yield Iw acre, Jowu' Im.lo00io. costs, with Iillips 66 Agricultural Amrnon'm. See us HERE ARE YOUR Agricultural Ammonia Dealers FORDVILLE FARM SERVICE, FORDVILLE, N. D. PARK RIVER POTATO CO., Park River, N. D. WOLSKY FARM SUPPLY, GRAFTON, N. D. ERNEST THOMPSON, NASH, N. D. ORVILLE HAGEN, ADAMS, N. D. FEDJE BROS., HOOPLE, N. D. VALLEY NITROGEN, PARK RIVER, N. D. MARSHALL-WELLS STORES PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA son's. Sunday. May '5: Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Rural Life Sunday ser- vice at I1 a. m. Wed. May 18. 8 p. m. Dr Peter Doeswyck will speak at So. Trinity. Oliver E. Johnson, pastor FIRST LUTHERAN, Hoople Girls Chorus Thurs at 7. Public catechization of Senior eonfirmands Friday, 8 p. m. Junior confirmants meet Sat. at 10:30, Sunday, May 15: Confirmation service 9 a. m. Sunday school 10:30 a. m. Joint communion service for whole parish 8 p. m. at Park Center church. Park Center: Ladies aid today 2:30, Bible study in the Gospel of Luke. Sunday school at 10 a. m. A joint communion service for confirmants and Whole parish 8 p. m. Hvideso: Worship at 11. Sunday school at 10, O. R, Swenson, pastor Borg.Olsen Wedding Date Set Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Dague Esther Borg, and Duane D, Olsen of Mekinock, The date has been set for June 25 in the United Lutheran church at Grand Forks. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs, G. F. Borg of Fargo, formerly of Park River, the bride-elect is attending the University M,X;rand Forks and will graduate in June She is a mem- ber of Delta Zeta sorority. Rev. and Mrs. O. R. Swenson of Hoople made a business trip to Walker, Minn., Tuesday. Typewriter Hbbons at e Pem. Marshall-Wells Stare00s Anniversary SALE ¢ 29€ WASTEBASKET $9.95 BARBECUE SAFETY GLOW LANTERN j 19' 7 9s 88 € SPECIAL ....... . I * Strong fiber board construction * FreeS-lb. bag of charcoal k Large 2½"reflector Enjoy outdoor life with this. revOiutl .ofl.. * Tapered oval desiBn new way of food preparatiOn:  this * Uses standard bakeries * Assorted colorful patterns compact pottsle barbecue 8t mrs lOW * Handy angle stand special price. VALLEY NITROGEN IHC. Wholesale- Retail Dick Caswell, Mgr., Park River Dial 36826 7.PC. BERRY SET WHIRLY BIRD GAME 3-PC. REUSH SET * Re|uter $2.50 value , Replar low prh:e $2 _diJ * Attractive cut glass deslip with dllnty Fun for young and old alike. Set consists * Large lS'" trey, 5 large €J 22 karat gold bands of 2 large 7" platters and 17'" Wffirly * Center marmalade dish comple ""-' cover Set includes 1  9Vz" servthg bowl, plus Bird. Will give hours of fun. * Attractive glass dish with old ttll 6 dishes. MARSHALL-WELLS STORES Park River, N.D. Dial 3 691