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"THTJRSDAY, MAY 12, 1955 WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA PAGE SEVEN I For Sale: 5-room house. Good loca- I For Sale: Yorkshire pigs, 8 wks 1 IOTICE nt Ads' tion. Duncan Meagher. Dial .741, ] old. G. Langerud, Hoopla. * ] OF SPECIAL ELECTION [ Park River. / No.ee is .ereby given tha00 a  II I  A I IMI#qI=IIP - ' special city election will be held 1 Dennis Lovcik, Care Frank Lov- I L'r--i4L" i/lld'r- [ on Thursday, the 28th day of May, CASH IN ADVANCE cik, Piesk. m*12 NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE 1955 at the polling places in the City ...... OF BEAL ESTATE Hall. The polls will be opened at RENT: Sander and edger, and For Sale: 2 outboard motors, 5 H P ]nine o'clock A. M. and continue floor polisher. Malde & Sharpe Champion and 3 H P Lawson. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, lope n until seven o'clock P. M. of }tdwe. Park River. tf Very good condition. Thee. Han- That under authority of an Order of that day. son, city * Sale granted by the Honorable }OR SALE: 1951 Ford Custom V-& -- ........... Melvin Torkelson. Judge of the NATIVE LUMBER FOR SALE }tas radio, heater, overdrive. Dial 22801. tt PARTY who took the 2 rear hub caps off a 2-toned green 1953 Ford is known. If brought to The Press office no questions will be asked. If not. action will be taken. l%r Rent: flo0-or-sanaeranae-r, new equipment. Marshall WeMs Park River, tf anted: Reliable assistant manager Ior retail lumber yard. Experience not necessary. Fursteneau Lum- ber Co., Park River, Dial 22952  Sale: County atlases and plat- OOoks for Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota and South Dakota. Write r lists. Thomas O. Nelson Co. Fergus Falls. Minn m20 TF WELLS. drilled and bored, to 50 in. diameters. We sell and .all Myers water systems. Dial 82, Porter Well Co., Park ver N D tf ARE YOU DISSATISFIED With Present Occupation? You may . the person we are looking for to a Rawleigh business in East h County. You will find this l at p%Ubl: cka r v:::deh7h t  Can secure your Products on e. Write the W. T. Rawleigh Co., U162-204, 1000 3rd S N., Minne- It% 1, Minn. ml2 SPRING WATER For high quality, all Dur spring water, contact _ e state licensed, state ap- Wed Kjos Bros. Springs. ciation. Delivered by-- Oliver Desautel, Hoople, Dial 32471 Almer Bjerke, Grafton Phone 743 i% Spring Water Sex-vice Grafton. Call 534 KJOS BROS. SPRINGS Park River Dial 23120 rISlT THE SILVER MOON CAFE the next time you are in Fargo or Moorhead We now have a good stock of na- tive lumber -- popple, spruce and pine. This is now all in the rough and we can run it to any pattern you will need. We have all size I dimensions up to 2x12-16. Gem J. Row Lbr. Co., Roseau, Minn. ml9 WALSH COUNTY PRESS Mrs. Harry O'Brien. Publisher Published every Thursday from The Press building, Park River, N. D.. ana entered in the Park Ri,:er post- ofhce under the Act of Congress o March 3, 1879 $2.50 in N. D., $3 a year elsewhere For Sale TkKS AND SEAFOODS . House on Main Street 5 lot Frontage *Income Proprety 3 apts in Building * AI _Sabourin's _Dillon- ville Residence . Drive In Lunch Stand * On & Off Sale Liquor Store in Red River Valley * Locker Plant, Inkster -- FARMS -- VAVROSKY INS. & REAL ESTATE AGENCY Park River, N.D. Dial 22541 Grain Cleaning Schedule NOW IN EFFECT Wheat MON. WED. FRI. TUES. THURS. SAT. Barley Also seeds of all kinds and Fertilizer ORDER N0W sp00.cx00r00 Farmers Union p. E.m, Elevator Qrhed. Minn Dial 8-U Flt Ave. Soua Park River Dial 22901 Rusiness- Professional Directory ROY A. NESTE Lawyer bial 36781 Park River brt. Galloway & Otis Practice L|mlted 2o ()Ptometry--The Science of Visio- " Galloway Vernon Otis It Lake, N. D. Phone $$4 DR. R. W. BALDWIN Dentist Park River Dial 22831 DR. J. V. JAEHNING Dentist i Gra/ton, N.D. Phone 795 { Office over J. C. Penny's ! R. Piltingsrud M. D. and Surgeon Phone 222/1 Res. 22941 River, North Dakota (VERBYE FUNERAL WES SAMSON DR. M. C. FLATEN DENTIST Phone 1, eaU 2 Edinburg, N, D. , NORTH SlOE GROCERY Groceries & Cold Meets Homer Lucken. Prop. Opon week days O a. m. to S p. m. 5undsys 2 o 8 p. m Park River Dial 291 PARK RIVER ELECTRIC be us for Farm & Home wiring. Low aeet free eet mates. Llceused & bozil" M. M. 8ermon, Pr Dis1 22002 Park River County Court of the County of Walsh in the State of North Dakota, dated the 21st day of April 1955, the undersigned, the Guardiart" of the persons and estates of Duane Gorder. Judith Gorder. Edward M. Gorder and Michael Gorder, Min- ors of the City of Park River in the County of Walsh and State of North Dakota will sell at private sale to the highest bidder, for cash subject to confirmation by the Jud_e of said County Court. the following described real estate, to- wit: An undivided one-half inter- esi in the Northeast Quarter NE]Z0 of Section Thirty-six 36) Township 157, Range 57, Walsh county, North Dakota. The remaining undivided one- half interest will be available to the successful bidder at the same price. Bids v.-ill be opened at two o'clock p. m at the office of Roy A Neste. attorney. P:rk River. North Dakota, on June l, 1955. The sale will be made on or after the 1st day of June. 1955. All bids must be in writing, and may be left at the office of Roy A. Neste, Attor- ney, Prk River. North Dakota, or filed with the Judge of said County Court or delivered to the under- signed personally. Dated: May 3. 1955 Signed: MELVIN GORDER, Guardian of the persons and estates of Duane Gorder. Judith Gorder. Edward M. Gorder and Michael Gorder. Minors. Signed: ROY A. NESTE, Attorney for Guardian. Park River, North Dakota m17 $400 MONTHLY SPARE TIME Refilling and collecting money rom our high grade lut Machines in this area. No selling! To qualify for work you must have car, references and S600 cash, secured by in- ventory. Devoting 6-8 hours a week to business, your end on per- centage of collections will net up to $400 monthly with very good Dossibilities of taking over full time. Income in- creasing accordingly. For interview, include your Phone number in application. Write P. O. Box 406. Aber- deen, S Dak. The question to be submitted thereat shall be whether the follow- ing initial resolution shall be ap- proved: RESOLUTION WHEREAS, it is deemed advis- able by this Body that bonds of General Obligation be issued for the purpose hereinafter mentioned, and WHEREAS. the assessed valu- ation of all taxable property in said City of Park River of Walsh Coun- ty, NOrth Dakota, as last finally equalized and against which the ] OBITUARIES ] MRS. ARNOLD HOVE ]Fritz Eckdahl, Adams, and Mrs. ............ , _, |Arvid Almen, Hoople One brother, Ivlrs. -rnoll hove, u, r.x,x '/ ton, a life-long resident of the area, [ Victor, and one sister,. Mrs. Andrew died May 3 at a Grafton hospital.[SeversnJ preceded hm m death. - - Attending me ries xrom wamn Mrs. Hove had been m fmhng[ health for several years. [ county were Mr. and Mrs. Nels .........  Samuelson Arthur Samuelson Ben mrs rmve me iormer elen l-let- ' ' Samuelson, Mrs. Zumwinkle, Mrs. geson, was born in Grafton Sept. 27, Almen Mrs. Backstrom and Mrs. 1914, and spent her entire life in Wendell Holmes. this area. She was married Jan., 17, 1948, to Arnold Hove in Grafton. Survivors include her husband; a OLE. J. RONALD daughter, Rebecca Claire. age 4; her Ole J. Ronald, 77. of Adams, died mother, Mrs, Clara Helgeson of May 4 at a Grafton hospital. Mr. Grafton; two brothers. Harold and Ronald had been hospitalized here Christ Helgeson. both of San Fran- for the past three months, cisco, Calif., and two sisters, Mrs. Born in Norway July ll, 1877. Mr. I Arnold Clcmenson of Grafton and Ronald came to the United States Mrs. E. Hendrickson. Phoenix, Ariz, in 1893 and resided at Adams until mill rate for taxes for county and Funeral services -were held Fri- state purposes is computed and ex- day afternoon at the South Trinity tended is $605,197.00, being 50% of I Lutheran church Rev. Oliver John- the actual valuation of said taxable son officiated and burial was in the property; and church cemetery. WHEREAS, the total amount of bonded indebtedness of said muni- cipality at the date hereof is None. and WHEREAS, the amoun of out- standing bonds of said municipality issued for a purpose similar to the proposed bond issue mentioned in this resolution is None; and I WHEREAS, the City of Park Riv- er of Walsh County, North Dakota, desires to construct a public bath BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, That the City of Park River, of Walsh County, North Dakota. issue MRS. LEO LIZAKOWSKI Mrs. Leo Lizakowski. 36, Warsaw, died May 3 at a Grafton hospital. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Tuna. she was born at Ves- ]eyville July 3 1918. She married Leo Lizakowski at Veseleyville Nov. 26. 1935. Survivors are her husband: her 1918 when he moved to Colville, Wash. He remained in Washington until in 1939, when he returned to the Adams community. Survivors include three sons. Gil- man of Seattle, Wash.. Jake of Spo- kane, Wasl.. and Lloyd of Colvflle: 'two daughters, Thelma of Spokane and Mrs Thomas Flynn of Napa, , Ida.. and 11 grandchildren. Funeral services were held Thurs- day at the Adams Funeral Home in Grafton. Rev, Oliver Johnson of Hoople officiated and burial was in the Zion Lutheran cemetery, rural Hoople. Pallbearers were: Carl parents: six children Pvt. David 18. Nelson Paul Nelson. John Paulson. in service and stationed in South IGle n Johnson. Calmer Groven and Dakota. Adolph, 17. Leo. jr.. 16. Ann Dennis Wegge. I 15. Phyllis 9. and Sharon Jane. who ] was born Friday at a hospital here. its obligation bonds in an amount There are three sisters. Mrs. John not exceeding $30.000.00 bearing in- Lipsh, Pisek. Mrs. Albert Stause. terest at the rate exceeding tTucson, Ariz., and Mrs. Joe Lunski, not 3%% per annum payable semi-an- Grand Forks, and three brothers, nually, said bonds to be dated on I the first day of September, 1955, I Albert of Conway, Louis of Minn- and to be serial maturities, the first eapolis and Charles Tuma, Minto. Services were conducted Friday installment thereof to fall due not at the St. Stanislaus church with more than three (3) years and the Msgr. John Maluski officiating. last installment thereof to fall due I Burial was in the church cemetery. not more than twenty (20) years from the date of said bonds and the years of such maturities to be 1957, CARL O. SAMUELSON 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963. 1964 [ Carl O. Samuelson, 54, a former 1958, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970 and iresident' of the Adams community, 1971 for the sole and only purpose died April 25 at Redwood Falls, of constructing a public bath. Minn, Services were held April 28, Dated at Park River, North Da- at Belview Evangelical Lutheran kota, this 2rid day of May, 1955. church and internment was in a ELSIE J. CATHERWOOD, i Redwood Falls cemetery. Rev. A. E. City Auditor Norson officiated at the rites. Ray Junkin Park River Dial 224111 Mr. Samuelson was born at Adams Oct. 15, 1899, and lived in Walsh County, farming near Adams until 1933. He was married to Mar- gery Brown at Olivia, Minn., in June. 1926. For the last several years he had farmed in Minnesota. Survivors are his widow; one son. Harold, and one daughter, Mrs. Vernon Steinhaus. both of Minneapolis; three grandchildren: four brothers: Harry and Ben of Adams. Nels of Grand Forks. Ar- thur. Alvarado, Minn.. and four sisters, Mrs. Ida Zumwinkle. Fair- dale. Mrs. August Backstrom, Mrs. Enrkhed whffe bread KATE HOLMES KOHNEN Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Kate Holmes Koh- nen, about 75, at Spokane, Wash., recently. She was a former Park River resident and left here about 1909 to make her home in Shelby, Mont. She was the widow of the late Will Kohnen. Surviving relatives are a daugh- ter, Mrs. William Cowley, of Spo- kane, and two sons, John H. Koh- nen of Minor and Kenneth H. Koh- en of Eugene, Ore. There are also three sisters and three brothers: Mrs. Edith Hubler, Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. Rose Layering, St. Paul. Mrs. Grace Fitzpatrick, Duluth; W. J. Holmes of Dayton Beach, Fla.; Ben and Thompson Holmes of Duluth, There are six grandchildren. Following Christian Science Ser- vice at Spokane, the remains were taken to Shelby, Mont. for burial. Mrs] Kohnen was s charter mem- ber of the Park River Degree of Honor lodge and was still on the membership rolls when she died. MRS. OSCAR HALBERG Funeral services were held Mon- day .at the Mountain Lutheran church at Adams lor Mrs. Oscar Halberg, 62, who died May 6 at Jamestown. Rev. O T Haugen offi- ciated at the rites and burial was in Vans cemetery in Shepherd town- ship. The Overbye Funeral home was in charge of arrangements. Born Nov. 11. 1892. at Alexandria, Minn., Mrs. Halberg was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Erickson and came to western Walsh county at the age of two years. She was married to Oscar Hal- berg of Adams at Grafton in 1912. Survivors are her husband; six daughters and two sons. Judith Hal- berg at home; Mrs Lenore Balth- azar, Watertown, S. D., Mrs. Frank Georgiannik, Oakland. Calif. Mrs, Constanine Metro, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Cleo Levang, North Holly- wood Calif.; Mrs. Leonard Sellheim, Hensel: Norman Halberg, Water- town, S. D., and Morris Halberg. of Oakland, Calif. There are also two sisters, three brothers, 10 grandchil- dren and two great grandchildren. Mrs, Halberg had been ill about three weeks. W. E. (DUTCH) SCHNEIDER W. E. "Dutch" Schneider, 59. of Grafton. died May 7 at Rochester, Minn. He had been in failing health for several years. Born at Grafton Sept. 13, 1895, he spent his entire life in the Grafton area with the exception of the time spent in service during World War I. He enlisted in Co. C May 29, 1917, and was discharged March 12, 1919. at Camp D6dge, Ia., after serving overseas. He is survived by his wife. ~__ MRS. ELLA P. THURNAU Mrs. Ella P. Thurnau, formerly o Lankin, Passed away May 4 at Riv- erside, Calif., after a lingering ill- ness, according to word received hy The Press. She was the widow of the late Oscar E. Thurnau, Vernon township farmer. Surviving relatives include seven children: Vivian Novak. Tacoma, Wash.; Neola Spackman, Riverside, Calif.; Donald, of Manila, P. I.; El- eanor Russell Cal Zone, Panama; Mary Weaver of Karlsruhe, Ger- many; Jewel Beck, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Beverly Kinder, of Vallejo, Calif., and 20 grandchil- dren. Interment was at Fergus Fal "THTJRSDAY, MAY 12, 1955 WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA PAGE SEVEN I For Sale: 5-room house. Good loca- I For Sale: Yorkshire pigs, 8 wks 1 IOTICE nt Ads' tion. Duncan Meagher. Dial .741, ] old. G. Langerud, Hoopla. * ] OF SPECIAL ELECTION [ Park River. / No.ee is .ereby given tha00 a  II I  A I IMI#qI=IIP - ' special city election will be held 1 Dennis Lovcik, Care Frank Lov- I L'r--i4L" i/lld'r- [ on Thursday, the 28th day of May, CASH IN ADVANCE cik, Piesk. m*12 NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE 1955 at the polling places in the City ...... OF BEAL ESTATE Hall. The polls will be opened at RENT: Sander and edger, and For Sale: 2 outboard motors, 5 H P ]nine o'clock A. M. and continue floor polisher. Malde & Sharpe Champion and 3 H P Lawson. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, lope n until seven o'clock P. M. of }tdwe. Park River. tf Very good condition. Thee. Han- That under authority of an Order of that day. son, city * Sale granted by the Honorable }OR SALE: 1951 Ford Custom V-& -- ........... Melvin Torkelson. Judge of the NATIVE LUMBER FOR SALE }tas radio, heater, overdrive. Dial 22801. tt PARTY who took the 2 rear hub caps off a 2-toned green 1953 Ford is known. If brought to The Press office no questions will be asked. If not. action will be taken. l%r Rent: flo0-or-sanaeranae-r, new equipment. Marshall WeMs Park River, tf anted: Reliable assistant manager Ior retail lumber yard. Experience not necessary. Fursteneau Lum- ber Co., Park River, Dial 22952  Sale: County atlases and plat- OOoks for Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota and South Dakota. Write r lists. Thomas O. Nelson Co. Fergus Falls. Minn m20 TF WELLS. drilled and bored, to 50 in. diameters. We sell and .all Myers water systems. Dial 82, Porter Well Co., Park ver N D tf ARE YOU DISSATISFIED With Present Occupation? You may . the person we are looking for to a Rawleigh business in East h County. You will find this l at p%Ubl: cka r v:::deh7h t  Can secure your Products on e. Write the W. T. Rawleigh Co., U162-204, 1000 3rd S N., Minne- It% 1, Minn. ml2 SPRING WATER For high quality, all Dur spring water, contact _ e state licensed, state ap- Wed Kjos Bros. Springs. ciation. Delivered by-- Oliver Desautel, Hoople, Dial 32471 Almer Bjerke, Grafton Phone 743 i% Spring Water Sex-vice Grafton. Call 534 KJOS BROS. SPRINGS Park River Dial 23120 rISlT THE SILVER MOON CAFE the next time you are in Fargo or Moorhead We now have a good stock of na- tive lumber -- popple, spruce and pine. This is now all in the rough and we can run it to any pattern you will need. We have all size I dimensions up to 2x12-16. Gem J. Row Lbr. Co., Roseau, Minn. ml9 WALSH COUNTY PRESS Mrs. Harry O'Brien. Publisher Published every Thursday from The Press building, Park River, N. D.. ana entered in the Park Ri,:er post- ofhce under the Act of Congress o March 3, 1879 $2.50 in N. D., $3 a year elsewhere For Sale TkKS AND SEAFOODS . House on Main Street 5 lot Frontage *Income Proprety 3 apts in Building * AI _Sabourin's _Dillon- ville Residence . Drive In Lunch Stand * On & Off Sale Liquor Store in Red River Valley * Locker Plant, Inkster -- FARMS -- VAVROSKY INS. & REAL ESTATE AGENCY Park River, N.D. Dial 22541 Grain Cleaning Schedule NOW IN EFFECT Wheat MON. WED. FRI. TUES. THURS. SAT. Barley Also seeds of all kinds and Fertilizer ORDER N0W sp00.cx00r00 Farmers Union p. E.m, Elevator Qrhed. Minn Dial 8-U Flt Ave. Soua Park River Dial 22901 Rusiness- Professional Directory ROY A. NESTE Lawyer bial 36781 Park River brt. Galloway & Otis Practice L|mlted 2o ()Ptometry--The Science of Visio- " Galloway Vernon Otis It Lake, N. D. Phone $$4 DR. R. W. BALDWIN Dentist Park River Dial 22831 DR. J. V. JAEHNING Dentist i Gra/ton, N.D. Phone 795 { Office over J. C. Penny's ! R. Piltingsrud M. D. and Surgeon Phone 222/1 Res. 22941 River, North Dakota (VERBYE FUNERAL WES SAMSON DR. M. C. FLATEN DENTIST Phone 1, eaU 2 Edinburg, N, D. , NORTH SlOE GROCERY Groceries & Cold Meets Homer Lucken. Prop. Opon week days O a. m. to S p. m. 5undsys 2 o 8 p. m Park River Dial 291 PARK RIVER ELECTRIC be us for Farm & Home wiring. Low aeet free eet mates. Llceused & bozil" M. M. 8ermon, Pr Dis1 22002 Park River County Court of the County of Walsh in the State of North Dakota, dated the 21st day of April 1955, the undersigned, the Guardiart" of the persons and estates of Duane Gorder. Judith Gorder. Edward M. Gorder and Michael Gorder, Min- ors of the City of Park River in the County of Walsh and State of North Dakota will sell at private sale to the highest bidder, for cash subject to confirmation by the Jud_e of said County Court. the following described real estate, to- wit: An undivided one-half inter- esi in the Northeast Quarter NE]Z0 of Section Thirty-six 36) Township 157, Range 57, Walsh county, North Dakota. The remaining undivided one- half interest will be available to the successful bidder at the same price. Bids v.-ill be opened at two o'clock p. m at the office of Roy A Neste. attorney. P:rk River. North Dakota, on June l, 1955. The sale will be made on or after the 1st day of June. 1955. All bids must be in writing, and may be left at the office of Roy A. Neste, Attor- ney, Prk River. North Dakota, or filed with the Judge of said County Court or delivered to the under- signed personally. Dated: May 3. 1955 Signed: MELVIN GORDER, Guardian of the persons and estates of Duane Gorder. Judith Gorder. Edward M. Gorder and Michael Gorder. Minors. Signed: ROY A. NESTE, Attorney for Guardian. Park River, North Dakota m17 $400 MONTHLY SPARE TIME Refilling and collecting money rom our high grade lut Machines in this area. No selling! To qualify for work you must have car, references and S600 cash, secured by in- ventory. Devoting 6-8 hours a week to business, your end on per- centage of collections will net up to $400 monthly with very good Dossibilities of taking over full time. Income in- creasing accordingly. For interview, include your Phone number in application. Write P. O. Box 406. Aber- deen, S Dak. The question to be submitted thereat shall be whether the follow- ing initial resolution shall be ap- proved: RESOLUTION WHEREAS, it is deemed advis- able by this Body that bonds of General Obligation be issued for the purpose hereinafter mentioned, and WHEREAS. the assessed valu- ation of all taxable property in said City of Park River of Walsh Coun- ty, NOrth Dakota, as last finally equalized and against which the ] OBITUARIES ] MRS. ARNOLD HOVE ]Fritz Eckdahl, Adams, and Mrs. ............ , _, |Arvid Almen, Hoople One brother, Ivlrs. -rnoll hove, u, r.x,x '/ ton, a life-long resident of the area, [ Victor, and one sister,. Mrs. Andrew died May 3 at a Grafton hospital.[SeversnJ preceded hm m death. - - Attending me ries xrom wamn Mrs. Hove had been m fmhng[ health for several years. [ county were Mr. and Mrs. Nels .........  Samuelson Arthur Samuelson Ben mrs rmve me iormer elen l-let- ' ' Samuelson, Mrs. Zumwinkle, Mrs. geson, was born in Grafton Sept. 27, Almen Mrs. Backstrom and Mrs. 1914, and spent her entire life in Wendell Holmes. this area. She was married Jan., 17, 1948, to Arnold Hove in Grafton. Survivors include her husband; a OLE. J. RONALD daughter, Rebecca Claire. age 4; her Ole J. Ronald, 77. of Adams, died mother, Mrs, Clara Helgeson of May 4 at a Grafton hospital. Mr. Grafton; two brothers. Harold and Ronald had been hospitalized here Christ Helgeson. both of San Fran- for the past three months, cisco, Calif., and two sisters, Mrs. Born in Norway July ll, 1877. Mr. I Arnold Clcmenson of Grafton and Ronald came to the United States Mrs. E. Hendrickson. Phoenix, Ariz, in 1893 and resided at Adams until mill rate for taxes for county and Funeral services -were held Fri- state purposes is computed and ex- day afternoon at the South Trinity tended is $605,197.00, being 50% of I Lutheran church Rev. Oliver John- the actual valuation of said taxable son officiated and burial was in the property; and church cemetery. WHEREAS, the total amount of bonded indebtedness of said muni- cipality at the date hereof is None. and WHEREAS, the amoun of out- standing bonds of said municipality issued for a purpose similar to the proposed bond issue mentioned in this resolution is None; and I WHEREAS, the City of Park Riv- er of Walsh County, North Dakota, desires to construct a public bath BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, That the City of Park River, of Walsh County, North Dakota. issue MRS. LEO LIZAKOWSKI Mrs. Leo Lizakowski. 36, Warsaw, died May 3 at a Grafton hospital. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Tuna. she was born at Ves- ]eyville July 3 1918. She married Leo Lizakowski at Veseleyville Nov. 26. 1935. Survivors are her husband: her 1918 when he moved to Colville, Wash. He remained in Washington until in 1939, when he returned to the Adams community. Survivors include three sons. Gil- man of Seattle, Wash.. Jake of Spo- kane, Wasl.. and Lloyd of Colvflle: 'two daughters, Thelma of Spokane and Mrs Thomas Flynn of Napa, , Ida.. and 11 grandchildren. Funeral services were held Thurs- day at the Adams Funeral Home in Grafton. Rev, Oliver Johnson of Hoople officiated and burial was in the Zion Lutheran cemetery, rural Hoople. Pallbearers were: Carl parents: six children Pvt. David 18. Nelson Paul Nelson. John Paulson. in service and stationed in South IGle n Johnson. Calmer Groven and Dakota. Adolph, 17. Leo. jr.. 16. Ann Dennis Wegge. I 15. Phyllis 9. and Sharon Jane. who ] was born Friday at a hospital here. its obligation bonds in an amount There are three sisters. Mrs. John not exceeding $30.000.00 bearing in- Lipsh, Pisek. Mrs. Albert Stause. terest at the rate exceeding tTucson, Ariz., and Mrs. Joe Lunski, not 3%% per annum payable semi-an- Grand Forks, and three brothers, nually, said bonds to be dated on I the first day of September, 1955, I Albert of Conway, Louis of Minn- and to be serial maturities, the first eapolis and Charles Tuma, Minto. Services were conducted Friday installment thereof to fall due not at the St. Stanislaus church with more than three (3) years and the Msgr. John Maluski officiating. last installment thereof to fall due I Burial was in the church cemetery. not more than twenty (20) years from the date of said bonds and the years of such maturities to be 1957, CARL O. SAMUELSON 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963. 1964 [ Carl O. Samuelson, 54, a former 1958, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970 and iresident' of the Adams community, 1971 for the sole and only purpose died April 25 at Redwood Falls, of constructing a public bath. Minn, Services were held April 28, Dated at Park River, North Da- at Belview Evangelical Lutheran kota, this 2rid day of May, 1955. church and internment was in a ELSIE J. CATHERWOOD, i Redwood Falls cemetery. Rev. A. E. City Auditor Norson officiated at the rites. Ray Junkin Park River Dial 224111 Mr. Samuelson was born at Adams Oct. 15, 1899, and lived in Walsh County, farming near Adams until 1933. He was married to Mar- gery Brown at Olivia, Minn., in June. 1926. For the last several years he had farmed in Minnesota. Survivors are his widow; one son. Harold, and one daughter, Mrs. Vernon Steinhaus. both of Minneapolis; three grandchildren: four brothers: Harry and Ben of Adams. Nels of Grand Forks. Ar- thur. Alvarado, Minn.. and four sisters, Mrs. Ida Zumwinkle. Fair- dale. Mrs. August Backstrom, Mrs. Enrkhed whffe bread KATE HOLMES KOHNEN Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Kate Holmes Koh- nen, about 75, at Spokane, Wash., recently. She was a former Park River resident and left here about 1909 to make her home in Shelby, Mont. She was the widow of the late Will Kohnen. Surviving relatives are a daugh- ter, Mrs. William Cowley, of Spo- kane, and two sons, John H. Koh- nen of Minor and Kenneth H. Koh- en of Eugene, Ore. There are also three sisters and three brothers: Mrs. Edith Hubler, Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. Rose Layering, St. Paul. Mrs. Grace Fitzpatrick, Duluth; W. J. Holmes of Dayton Beach, Fla.; Ben and Thompson Holmes of Duluth, There are six grandchildren. Following Christian Science Ser- vice at Spokane, the remains were taken to Shelby, Mont. for burial. Mrs] Kohnen was s charter mem- ber of the Park River Degree of Honor lodge and was still on the membership rolls when she died. MRS. OSCAR HALBERG Funeral services were held Mon- day .at the Mountain Lutheran church at Adams lor Mrs. Oscar Halberg, 62, who died May 6 at Jamestown. Rev. O T Haugen offi- ciated at the rites and burial was in Vans cemetery in Shepherd town- ship. The Overbye Funeral home was in charge of arrangements. Born Nov. 11. 1892. at Alexandria, Minn., Mrs. Halberg was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Erickson and came to western Walsh county at the age of two years. She was married to Oscar Hal- berg of Adams at Grafton in 1912. Survivors are her husband; six daughters and two sons. Judith Hal- berg at home; Mrs Lenore Balth- azar, Watertown, S. D., Mrs. Frank Georgiannik, Oakland. Calif. Mrs, Constanine Metro, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Cleo Levang, North Holly- wood Calif.; Mrs. Leonard Sellheim, Hensel: Norman Halberg, Water- town, S. D., and Morris Halberg. of Oakland, Calif. There are also two sisters, three brothers, 10 grandchil- dren and two great grandchildren. Mrs, Halberg had been ill about three weeks. W. E. (DUTCH) SCHNEIDER W. E. "Dutch" Schneider, 59. of Grafton. died May 7 at Rochester, Minn. He had been in failing health for several years. Born at Grafton Sept. 13, 1895, he spent his entire life in the Grafton area with the exception of the time spent in service during World War I. He enlisted in Co. C May 29, 1917, and was discharged March 12, 1919. at Camp D6dge, Ia., after serving overseas. He is survived by his wife. ~__ MRS. ELLA P. THURNAU Mrs. Ella P. Thurnau, formerly o Lankin, Passed away May 4 at Riv- erside, Calif., after a lingering ill- ness, according to word received hy The Press. She was the widow of the late Oscar E. Thurnau, Vernon township farmer. Surviving relatives include seven children: Vivian Novak. Tacoma, Wash.; Neola Spackman, Riverside, Calif.; Donald, of Manila, P. I.; El- eanor Russell Cal Zone, Panama; Mary Weaver of Karlsruhe, Ger- many; Jewel Beck, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Beverly Kinder, of Vallejo, Calif., and 20 grandchil- dren. Interment was at Fergus Fal