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Edinburg Local News ,directed by Emmett Loe, will Edinburg beginning at 8:30 Stores to be Ope Night by the Edin- Commercial club president Berg is to the effect that in Edinburg will be open for every Wednesday evening summer from nOW on tEdinburg-Gardar Community I Mr. Swehla is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swehla of this city. concert every Wednes- The Stanley Kjelland family and Mrs. Albert Froiland were week end o O o Day Held at the Park Commercial club, under the of President George Berg, a clean-up day at the 12. During the day the 8th grades and three high with Supt. Sig Rime- charge, raked, mowed and refuse In the evening out and worked until " Lunch was served in the Civ- building by Mesdames Myrdal. Carl Monson. Gilbert Enoch Swenson, Leonard Gardar Johnson and M. C. The Rebecca Circle of the ladies aid furnished some the workers. Pleat sale will be held Satur- in the Civic League as a park bene]iL Anyone a surplus of perennials, or houseplants to contribute leave them at the Johnson Store or with Mrs. M. C. or bring them to the park Safurday afternoon. Cake effee will be served during afrnoon Sponsor of the sale is %C Le;gue. o O o of the Edinburg Friend- answered roll call May baskets when May 9 at the Herman home. The punctuality prize Mrs. Kasper Olson. The Mrs. Ben Setness, report- t the spring council meeting. part of the food lesson was Mrs. 0liver Samdahl and Mrs. S. H. Sonderson lunch. It. Sonderson. Ed[nburg hotel injured Thursday evening o'clock when the car he crashed into a bridge of the Bible camp on 32. He was brought to the office at Edinburg by El- also of Edinburg, who behind' the Sonderson was traveling north on and Mrs. Jens Kivle, Helmer Frovarp attended the fu- of Mrs. H: O. Rombo (Tillie at Walhalla May 6. She cousin of the Frovarps. August Olson and 2 d'augh- here from Montana to vis- Monson and the Carl Mon-. RObert Bergeson and family Madison. Minn.. May 14 to With Mrs. Bergeson's parents. Bergeson was scheduled to in a Preaching, Teaching, service in the Hannaford this week for four days. Eugene Rosencrans and son Forks spent the week end Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lawrence Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gire, Mrs. J. Th. Johnson of Mrs. Josephine Shul- 1, at the home of Mrs. The occasion marked 78th birthday anni- Two birthday cakes cen- refreshment table. Gutterud and Nels Nel- home Sunday from they had visited who is hospitalized Johansen and Alma, Wasing and Mrs. were visitors at the at Hoople on Christianson, Sandra Bonnie Rustan, Judy Olive Rike, Bobby Sol- Gutterud, Dick John- Sonderson attended League Circuit Convert- last week end. Seim. who was a Patient at a Grafton hospi- returned home. llingson is home on a fur- a camp in Oklahoma. to Parents.. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- lie has seven or eight to serve of his four Mrs. Stanley Sobolik and Mrs. Frank Bazal of Grafton called on Park River friends Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fee, of Conway are parents of a boy born in Grafton May 11. A girl was born May 10 to Mr. and and Mrs. Francis Swehla, of Hoople. guests at the Gilman Seboe home at Red Lake Falls, Minn. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordon we.re Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gordon and family of Grand Forks. Mrs. M. O. Johnson spent several days last week in Fargo with her son, Rossford and family. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson were Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Johnstad and Mrs. Frank Johnson of Grand Forks. Miss Thelma Wick returned Sun- day from Williston where she had attended the state conventi(m of the Busness and Profesional Women as a delegate from the Grafton chapter. Mrs. Theo. Dahl was hostess to Circle No 2 of the Lutheran ladies aid at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Elmer Staven conducted the business lesson and Mrs. F. J. Thor- son gave the Bible lesson. Mrs. John Dunn was hostess to the O N O bridge club at her home Thursday evemng. Prizes went to Mrs. Clarence Lien and Mrs.. Chas. Porter. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Netta Borgeson returned last Wednesday from Orchards, Wash., where she had spent two months with relatives. Her daugh- ter, Margaret, of Portland, Ore., re- turned to Park River with her for an indefinite stay. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kluxdal and daughters, Jane and Kathy, of Odessa, Minn., were week end vis- itors here with Mr. Kluxdal's moth- er Mrs. Dina Kluxdal and with his sister, Mrs. Lloyd Mandt. Mrs. Norence Lovaasen had a birthday party for her daughter, Barbara, age 8 years, last Firday, My 13. Thirteen guests were present and lunch was served. The birthday cake was made in the shape of a doll. Mrs. Harold Garnaas and daugh- ters, Kay and Fay, were visitors at Adams Friday with Mrs. Caroline Garnaas. On Sunday the Garnaas family visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Stoltman at Grafton. Mrs. Arthur Peterson and three children, Carol Ann, David and Audrey, of McIntoh, ,, were visitors here at Lloyd Staven honde and with other relatives over Moth- er's day. That day Mrs. Staven en- tertained at a family dinner in honor of her mother. Mrs. Gustie Clemetson. Mr. and Mrs. George Northagen of Petersburg have purchased tre Louis Hagen residence and moved into it last Monday. Visitors at their home last week were their daugh- ters. Mrs. Lynn Hamre of Hoople and Mrs. Henry Blasky and her son, Wayne, of Fordville. Eudora Cup, of Grafton, State Re- bekah Assembly presdient, paid a visit toRiverside Rabekah lodge in this city at the regular meeting on Tuesday evening in the Odd Fel- lows hall. Initiation was exemplifi- ed by the local group. Others from from Grafton who attended were Mrs. Sandy F. Gillespie and Mrs. Charleston. Lunch was served after the meeting. Robert Kelland, who was here on a ten-day leave to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sander Kjelland, has returned to his station at Mayport, Fla. He has been in the navy for three years and his most recent assignment was six months in the Mediterranean area. He visited the Holy Land, Rome and various other places, adding a number of movies to his collection. In his travels the last three years, Robert has added to his mother's salt and pepper shaker collection which contains gifts from many countries in Europe and Asia. Mrs. Pete Sampson of into the ,nartment of emmill Monday. KoDpan, who spent Soon for Seattle. ST. ANSGAR'S HOSPITAL NEWS Medical Patients: Gilbert Thors- tenson. Hoople: Mrs. Emil Kunkel, Park River; Mrs. Ernest Redday, Tokio. I Surgery: Jane Lynn Samson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley with her brother-in-law Samson, Park River. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stener- ! Lloyd Gilbertson, city, was hospi- to Montana. [ talized Thursday, having suffered a Mrs. Alvin WiDen expect broken leg in a fall at his home. HONORS AT DINNER alter Dougherty entertain- dinner in her home May 11, in compliment Mrs. T. L. Heltne of observed her 89th day. Out of town vi occasion Were a Mrs. Heltne, Mrs. Car- Minn, and her and wife of evening another p.arty_was ' rs. Heltne at the Gret- Thirteen friends weze present and entertained at the i MRS. HAROLD FLATEN PADS NEW HOMEMAKER CLUB Mrs. Harold Flaten was named president Of Wash County's newest Homemaker club which was organ_ ized by Home Agent Lara Kristjan- son Friday, May 13. Other officers are Mrs. Vernon Lindberg, vice president; Mrs. Mel- ford AnderSon, Hoople, secretary- treasurer; Mrs. Charles Lindell, pro- gram chairman. The group met at the home'of Mrs. D. U. Meberg, a member Of the new club. Others in the club are Mrs. James Gillespie and Mrs. Louis Olson, all of Park River. Miss KristJanson will present a lesson on enameling copper jewelry at the next meeting on 3une 4 at the Lindberg hom. Lankin News Mrs. Harold Machart, Elsie, Faye, Karen and Kathleen of Carrington spent a few days visiting at the Emil Moe home and with other rel- atives. Mr. and Mrs. John Kovarik and Sylvia and Patsy Kratochvil were callers in Grafton one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lapic were callers in Grand Forks Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Novak and family of Salem N. Dak. are spend- ing some time visiting with rela- tives here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Capouch'of Grand Forks spent Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives here. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Novak Jr. Sunday May 8 were: Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Svigny and family, Mrs. Adeline Aldus of Grafton and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lan- sing. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trenda of Grand Forks were visitors in Lan- ' kin Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Sherek. Mrs. Wilfred Shereck. Linda and Nancy ' were callers in Park River Wed. I Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kratochvil, : Keith and David left Monday May 9 for Minneapolis on a business trip. , Mr. and Mrs. Emil Moe. Mrs. Har- old Machart. Karen and Kathleen spent Saturday and Sunday visit- ing relatives in Lenard Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lapic and Mrs. Peter Spike were dinner guests at the Walter Sacka home rural Graf- ton Sunday May 8. Marilyn McLaughlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold McLaughlin returned Sunday from the St. Joseph's Hospital in Grafton where she underwent surgery. Baptismal services were conduct- led Sunday May 8. at St. Joseph's Catholic church for Karen Lynn, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kratochvil. Rev. J. Tomanek officiated. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Bina. Mrs. Frank Kouba and Nancy Givens of Grand Forks were visi- tors st the home of Mrs. Josephine Mteeek Sunday. May 8. J. B, Shereck. Bill Bena, Wilfred Rhereck. Stnlov Machart. Andv fa and,Lvle Bina motored to Rock Lake, Canada on  fishing trin Sundv May 8. Mr. and ]Wrs. I-Tenrv Trenda and fmilv of G,nd Forks d Mr. and Mrs. Frank adlec Jr. of Pisek were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brodina Sunday. Mv 8. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba of Grand Forks and Mrs. Mary Ku- besh of Grafton were Sunday vis- itors at the R. F. MateJcek home. ]Vr. and Mrs. Albert Bina and J.ckie, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bina and family were visitors at the James Kratochvil home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dvorak. IVY, and Mrs. Herman Dvorak apd fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. James tteggen and girls and David Swartz. Connie and Janet Hall and James Machart attended the Shrine Circus in Grand Forks Sunday night. " The hmiors and seniors of the Lankn high school returned Sun- dv ni.ht from a four-day trip which look them to the Bandlandsq the Black HHls. the State capital and vaHou.'other points of interest. Those mkin the trin were Laddie Hodny, Ronnie Swartz. Wilmer Pich. Jimmv Shereck. Maynard Tad]ec. Ctherine Matejcek. Patsy Wratochvil and MaHene Anderson. They were chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mvrvick md Crol made a trip to Grafton May 15. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel :ratoehvil nd hov returned Mv 14 from a week's sv . ltinneanolis. Wrr. Awn, xr.irhl nd Mrs. Yer- ,'v Pnhnla n partr Rh,er were vis- itor n C',rd Forks v .. IVfrs. W';Ifrad }erec]c and Linda were ("-r.nd V'nrk c11' av 13. Mr. nd Mrs. Walter Socha of rural Grafton called on Mrs. Spike l for freezing purposes. Aluminum May 15. foil cenophane, plastic  film and Mr. and Mrs. William Brodina and freezer papers which have been girl visited at the Frank Brodina ] coated or iamimted with wax, home May 14. I plastic or altmljnu f0il can be Mr. and Mrs. Art Flaten and Chas. [ used. Shereck were week end visitors in I After packaging, the food should Winnipeg. [ be labeled with the kind of product, Guests at the home of Mrs. Eliza- amount and date. It should be froz- beth Machart May 8 were Mr. and en quick|y and stored at zero until Mrs. Joe Cecka of Michigan, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Machart, Mr. and Mrs. William Maehart and family, and the Benjamin Kouba fatally of Conway. The Busy Fingers Homemaker club met at the home of Mrs. James James Kratochvil May 11 with 12 members present. Mrs. Albert Bina gave a lesson on making lemon torte. Lunch was served by Mrs. Kratochvil. Mrs. Jerry Brodina was hostess to the Jolly Dozen Homemaker club at her home May 12 and gave a lesson on chess tarts. Mrs. Ernest Kratochvil gave a lesson on pastry using North Dakota fats. Mrs. Dorn Sticha won the punctuality prize A contesf given by Mrs. Bill Machart was won by Mrs. James Heggen. WEATHER REPORT i Moisture recorded a the Walsh I County School the past week total-i ed four-fifths of an inch. Highest temperature of the week was 86 degrees Friday. Low was 41 also on Friday. HaVeLara0 K [leard i y . ri tjanson, County Home Extension Agent The June issue of "Successful Farming" magazine has a very short article on Safe Play Equipment that may be well worth reading. If there's a carpenter in the family who will buiId equipment such as this, many hours of fun can be pro- vided for the young children. Moth- ers will have less worry too, know- ing that the children are within view playing on their safe and in- teresting play equipment. o O o It may not be long before the woman who sews may buy yard goods packaged in dress lengths. This will have definite advantages especially in the small community where it will be possible to select from a larger assortment of textiles than the small store can afford to stock in bolts of fabrics. You may have noticed the trend toward pre-packaged textile and clothing products. This is closely related to the increase in self-se- lection selling. Even in the store the "do it yourself" trend is very appar- ent. Many yarns and other craft ma- terials are packed in the correct quantities for specific items. Labels Identifying the packaged product ,ttnd describing the quality of the lbroduct increase the sales of pack- aged products over unpackaged and unlabeled products. OoO Before long many of you will be busy preserving foods for later use. Freezing foods is a popular and a highly satisfactory method of pre- serving foods in the home. The pro- cedures are simple but unless prop- er preparation, packaging and stor- age is used the finished product may be a disappointment. Always start with fresh foods in prime condition. The frozen food can be no better than the food be- fore it was packaged and frozen. Some foods freeze better than oth- ers. Most fruit and vegetables must be blanched before freezing. Packaging is an important part of the freezing story. For liquid or semi-liquid foods such as fruits. juices add stews, sturdy leakproof containers must be used. Glass Jars, plastic or aluminum containers and heavily waxed paper cartons are all suitable. For meat, poultry, fish and bak- ery products, the sheet wrappings are good packaging material. Be sure to use those made speeiflcalIy Ford Tractor and Implement DEMONSTRATIONS Fill in the coupon below for a free demonstration on your farm of one or more of the following tractors and or implements: ( ) FORD DIESEL ( ) FORD 800 ( ) r-ORD 600 used. For detailed information on freez- ing foods properly write to our of- fice for bulletins. We will send them out without charge. The Harlan Andrews family were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Moun in Thief River Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hagen were in Grand Forks Sunday to visit Mrs. Hagen's brother, Theo. Ackerland" who is a patient at the Deaconess hospital there. WANT ADS PIGS FOR SALE, 6 wks old. Gor- don Gillespie, Park River. * House for rent: 4 rooms & beth. Harvey addition Gerald Dob- meier, Park River. m26" For Sale: 1953 IHC refrigerator 8.2 cu ft. Available at once. Will sell 1950 Plymouth club coupe after June 15. Lara Kristjanson, city * I Bakery Special I Saturday, May 21 \\; by JIM & HELEN . _ =.=,,,,=,, CARAMEL ROLLS Doz. 49c Hamburger & Hot Dog Buns -- in bulk--- 2 for 5c SLICED BREAD, WRAPPED IN CELLOPHANE LARGE LOAF 11/ lb., 20 UNSLICED 18 i Jim's & Helen's Bakery PARK RIVER Dial 22251 A? RID 0WL COFFEE COMPLETE YOUR SETS NOW/ Dixie Dogwood Dinnerware SALE ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 211S DOLLAR VALUES I VZOOM IUAM Corn 10 ocktd 4 '= LIINIY'S STRAINED HOMOO|NED Baby Food " OOLE Pinea 29 ORANGE JUICE 6 OOMA'S SFARIE TIMi Fruit and Vegetable ( ) FORD 250 BALER .. ' .... = o . .-- ( ) FORD REAR AIITvACH00ENT,tOWE R rleaa Lettuce eacn ( ) FORD SIDE DE ER RA Carrots, pound poly bag . 2 for 23c Or any one of our full line of farm equipment ADDIir D--hi h--IIt=l==.= " Ilk,,,, = ..___, .__ - .. _.... ) Name ..................................... -':':::::::::'"'":'=::::VVVVV I='VV:;; I II i' QUALITY MEATS FOR LESS o AGON SQUARe, ug i { BATEMAII, MOT011S* | ,,,,,o,,T. o, o.d.00 o..,. ,,.| Edinburg Local News ,directed by Emmett Loe, will Edinburg beginning at 8:30 Stores to be Ope Night by the Edin- Commercial club president Berg is to the effect that in Edinburg will be open for every Wednesday evening summer from nOW on tEdinburg-Gardar Community I Mr. Swehla is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swehla of this city. concert every Wednes- The Stanley Kjelland family and Mrs. Albert Froiland were week end o O o Day Held at the Park Commercial club, under the of President George Berg, a clean-up day at the 12. During the day the 8th grades and three high with Supt. Sig Rime- charge, raked, mowed and refuse In the evening out and worked until " Lunch was served in the Civ- building by Mesdames Myrdal. Carl Monson. Gilbert Enoch Swenson, Leonard Gardar Johnson and M. C. The Rebecca Circle of the ladies aid furnished some the workers. Pleat sale will be held Satur- in the Civic League as a park bene]iL Anyone a surplus of perennials, or houseplants to contribute leave them at the Johnson Store or with Mrs. M. C. or bring them to the park Safurday afternoon. Cake effee will be served during afrnoon Sponsor of the sale is %C Le;gue. o O o of the Edinburg Friend- answered roll call May baskets when May 9 at the Herman home. The punctuality prize Mrs. Kasper Olson. The Mrs. Ben Setness, report- t the spring council meeting. part of the food lesson was Mrs. 0liver Samdahl and Mrs. S. H. Sonderson lunch. It. Sonderson. Ed[nburg hotel injured Thursday evening o'clock when the car he crashed into a bridge of the Bible camp on 32. He was brought to the office at Edinburg by El- also of Edinburg, who behind' the Sonderson was traveling north on and Mrs. Jens Kivle, Helmer Frovarp attended the fu- of Mrs. H: O. Rombo (Tillie at Walhalla May 6. She cousin of the Frovarps. August Olson and 2 d'augh- here from Montana to vis- Monson and the Carl Mon-. RObert Bergeson and family Madison. Minn.. May 14 to With Mrs. Bergeson's parents. Bergeson was scheduled to in a Preaching, Teaching, service in the Hannaford this week for four days. Eugene Rosencrans and son Forks spent the week end Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lawrence Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gire, Mrs. J. Th. Johnson of Mrs. Josephine Shul- 1, at the home of Mrs. The occasion marked 78th birthday anni- Two birthday cakes cen- refreshment table. Gutterud and Nels Nel- home Sunday from they had visited who is hospitalized Johansen and Alma, Wasing and Mrs. were visitors at the at Hoople on Christianson, Sandra Bonnie Rustan, Judy Olive Rike, Bobby Sol- Gutterud, Dick John- Sonderson attended League Circuit Convert- last week end. Seim. who was a Patient at a Grafton hospi- returned home. llingson is home on a fur- a camp in Oklahoma. to Parents.. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- lie has seven or eight to serve of his four Mrs. Stanley Sobolik and Mrs. Frank Bazal of Grafton called on Park River friends Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fee, of Conway are parents of a boy born in Grafton May 11. A girl was born May 10 to Mr. and and Mrs. Francis Swehla, of Hoople. guests at the Gilman Seboe home at Red Lake Falls, Minn. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordon we.re Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gordon and family of Grand Forks. Mrs. M. O. Johnson spent several days last week in Fargo with her son, Rossford and family. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson were Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Johnstad and Mrs. Frank Johnson of Grand Forks. Miss Thelma Wick returned Sun- day from Williston where she had attended the state conventi(m of the Busness and Profesional Women as a delegate from the Grafton chapter. Mrs. Theo. Dahl was hostess to Circle No 2 of the Lutheran ladies aid at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Elmer Staven conducted the business lesson and Mrs. F. J. Thor- son gave the Bible lesson. Mrs. John Dunn was hostess to the O N O bridge club at her home Thursday evemng. Prizes went to Mrs. Clarence Lien and Mrs.. Chas. Porter. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Netta Borgeson returned last Wednesday from Orchards, Wash., where she had spent two months with relatives. Her daugh- ter, Margaret, of Portland, Ore., re- turned to Park River with her for an indefinite stay. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kluxdal and daughters, Jane and Kathy, of Odessa, Minn., were week end vis- itors here with Mr. Kluxdal's moth- er Mrs. Dina Kluxdal and with his sister, Mrs. Lloyd Mandt. Mrs. Norence Lovaasen had a birthday party for her daughter, Barbara, age 8 years, last Firday, My 13. Thirteen guests were present and lunch was served. The birthday cake was made in the shape of a doll. Mrs. Harold Garnaas and daugh- ters, Kay and Fay, were visitors at Adams Friday with Mrs. Caroline Garnaas. On Sunday the Garnaas family visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Stoltman at Grafton. Mrs. Arthur Peterson and three children, Carol Ann, David and Audrey, of McIntoh, ,, were visitors here at Lloyd Staven honde and with other relatives over Moth- er's day. That day Mrs. Staven en- tertained at a family dinner in honor of her mother. Mrs. Gustie Clemetson. Mr. and Mrs. George Northagen of Petersburg have purchased tre Louis Hagen residence and moved into it last Monday. Visitors at their home last week were their daugh- ters. Mrs. Lynn Hamre of Hoople and Mrs. Henry Blasky and her son, Wayne, of Fordville. Eudora Cup, of Grafton, State Re- bekah Assembly presdient, paid a visit toRiverside Rabekah lodge in this city at the regular meeting on Tuesday evening in the Odd Fel- lows hall. Initiation was exemplifi- ed by the local group. Others from from Grafton who attended were Mrs. Sandy F. Gillespie and Mrs. Charleston. Lunch was served after the meeting. Robert Kelland, who was here on a ten-day leave to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sander Kjelland, has returned to his station at Mayport, Fla. He has been in the navy for three years and his most recent assignment was six months in the Mediterranean area. He visited the Holy Land, Rome and various other places, adding a number of movies to his collection. In his travels the last three years, Robert has added to his mother's salt and pepper shaker collection which contains gifts from many countries in Europe and Asia. Mrs. Pete Sampson of into the ,nartment of emmill Monday. KoDpan, who spent Soon for Seattle. ST. ANSGAR'S HOSPITAL NEWS Medical Patients: Gilbert Thors- tenson. Hoople: Mrs. Emil Kunkel, Park River; Mrs. Ernest Redday, Tokio. I Surgery: Jane Lynn Samson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley with her brother-in-law Samson, Park River. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stener- ! Lloyd Gilbertson, city, was hospi- to Montana. [ talized Thursday, having suffered a Mrs. Alvin WiDen expect broken leg in a fall at his home. HONORS AT DINNER alter Dougherty entertain- dinner in her home May 11, in compliment Mrs. T. L. Heltne of observed her 89th day. Out of town vi occasion Were a Mrs. Heltne, Mrs. Car- Minn, and her and wife of evening another p.arty_was ' rs. Heltne at the Gret- Thirteen friends weze present and entertained at the i MRS. HAROLD FLATEN PADS NEW HOMEMAKER CLUB Mrs. Harold Flaten was named president Of Wash County's newest Homemaker club which was organ_ ized by Home Agent Lara Kristjan- son Friday, May 13. Other officers are Mrs. Vernon Lindberg, vice president; Mrs. Mel- ford AnderSon, Hoople, secretary- treasurer; Mrs. Charles Lindell, pro- gram chairman. The group met at the home'of Mrs. D. U. Meberg, a member Of the new club. Others in the club are Mrs. James Gillespie and Mrs. Louis Olson, all of Park River. Miss KristJanson will present a lesson on enameling copper jewelry at the next meeting on 3une 4 at the Lindberg hom. Lankin News Mrs. Harold Machart, Elsie, Faye, Karen and Kathleen of Carrington spent a few days visiting at the Emil Moe home and with other rel- atives. Mr. and Mrs. John Kovarik and Sylvia and Patsy Kratochvil were callers in Grafton one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lapic were callers in Grand Forks Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Novak and family of Salem N. Dak. are spend- ing some time visiting with rela- tives here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Capouch'of Grand Forks spent Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives here. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Novak Jr. Sunday May 8 were: Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Svigny and family, Mrs. Adeline Aldus of Grafton and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lan- sing. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trenda of Grand Forks were visitors in Lan- ' kin Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Sherek. Mrs. Wilfred Shereck. Linda and Nancy ' were callers in Park River Wed. I Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kratochvil, : Keith and David left Monday May 9 for Minneapolis on a business trip. , Mr. and Mrs. Emil Moe. Mrs. Har- old Machart. Karen and Kathleen spent Saturday and Sunday visit- ing relatives in Lenard Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lapic and Mrs. Peter Spike were dinner guests at the Walter Sacka home rural Graf- ton Sunday May 8. Marilyn McLaughlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold McLaughlin returned Sunday from the St. Joseph's Hospital in Grafton where she underwent surgery. Baptismal services were conduct- led Sunday May 8. at St. Joseph's Catholic church for Karen Lynn, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kratochvil. Rev. J. Tomanek officiated. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Bina. Mrs. Frank Kouba and Nancy Givens of Grand Forks were visi- tors st the home of Mrs. Josephine Mteeek Sunday. May 8. J. B, Shereck. Bill Bena, Wilfred Rhereck. Stnlov Machart. Andv fa and,Lvle Bina motored to Rock Lake, Canada on  fishing trin Sundv May 8. Mr. and ]Wrs. I-Tenrv Trenda and fmilv of G,nd Forks d Mr. and Mrs. Frank adlec Jr. of Pisek were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brodina Sunday. Mv 8. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba of Grand Forks and Mrs. Mary Ku- besh of Grafton were Sunday vis- itors at the R. F. MateJcek home. ]Vr. and Mrs. Albert Bina and J.ckie, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bina and family were visitors at the James Kratochvil home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dvorak. IVY, and Mrs. Herman Dvorak apd fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. James tteggen and girls and David Swartz. Connie and Janet Hall and James Machart attended the Shrine Circus in Grand Forks Sunday night. " The hmiors and seniors of the Lankn high school returned Sun- dv ni.ht from a four-day trip which look them to the Bandlandsq the Black HHls. the State capital and vaHou.'other points of interest. Those mkin the trin were Laddie Hodny, Ronnie Swartz. Wilmer Pich. Jimmv Shereck. Maynard Tad]ec. Ctherine Matejcek. Patsy Wratochvil and MaHene Anderson. They were chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mvrvick md Crol made a trip to Grafton May 15. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel :ratoehvil nd hov returned Mv 14 from a week's sv . ltinneanolis. Wrr. Awn, xr.irhl nd Mrs. Yer- ,'v Pnhnla n partr Rh,er were vis- itor n C',rd Forks v .. IVfrs. W';Ifrad }erec]c and Linda were ("-r.nd V'nrk c11' av 13. Mr. nd Mrs. Walter Socha of rural Grafton called on Mrs. Spike l for freezing purposes. Aluminum May 15. foil cenophane, plastic  film and Mr. and Mrs. William Brodina and freezer papers which have been girl visited at the Frank Brodina ] coated or iamimted with wax, home May 14. I plastic or altmljnu f0il can be Mr. and Mrs. Art Flaten and Chas. [ used. Shereck were week end visitors in I After packaging, the food should Winnipeg. [ be labeled with the kind of product, Guests at the home of Mrs. Eliza- amount and date. It should be froz- beth Machart May 8 were Mr. and en quick|y and stored at zero until Mrs. Joe Cecka of Michigan, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Machart, Mr. and Mrs. William Maehart and family, and the Benjamin Kouba fatally of Conway. The Busy Fingers Homemaker club met at the home of Mrs. James James Kratochvil May 11 with 12 members present. Mrs. Albert Bina gave a lesson on making lemon torte. Lunch was served by Mrs. Kratochvil. Mrs. Jerry Brodina was hostess to the Jolly Dozen Homemaker club at her home May 12 and gave a lesson on chess tarts. Mrs. Ernest Kratochvil gave a lesson on pastry using North Dakota fats. Mrs. Dorn Sticha won the punctuality prize A contesf given by Mrs. Bill Machart was won by Mrs. James Heggen. WEATHER REPORT i Moisture recorded a the Walsh I County School the past week total-i ed four-fifths of an inch. Highest temperature of the week was 86 degrees Friday. Low was 41 also on Friday. HaVeLara0 K [leard i y . ri tjanson, County Home Extension Agent The June issue of "Successful Farming" magazine has a very short article on Safe Play Equipment that may be well worth reading. If there's a carpenter in the family who will buiId equipment such as this, many hours of fun can be pro- vided for the young children. Moth- ers will have less worry too, know- ing that the children are within view playing on their safe and in- teresting play equipment. o O o It may not be long before the woman who sews may buy yard goods packaged in dress lengths. This will have definite advantages especially in the small community where it will be possible to select from a larger assortment of textiles than the small store can afford to stock in bolts of fabrics. You may have noticed the trend toward pre-packaged textile and clothing products. This is closely related to the increase in self-se- lection selling. Even in the store the "do it yourself" trend is very appar- ent. Many yarns and other craft ma- terials are packed in the correct quantities for specific items. Labels Identifying the packaged product ,ttnd describing the quality of the lbroduct increase the sales of pack- aged products over unpackaged and unlabeled products. OoO Before long many of you will be busy preserving foods for later use. Freezing foods is a popular and a highly satisfactory method of pre- serving foods in the home. The pro- cedures are simple but unless prop- er preparation, packaging and stor- age is used the finished product may be a disappointment. Always start with fresh foods in prime condition. The frozen food can be no better than the food be- fore it was packaged and frozen. Some foods freeze better than oth- ers. Most fruit and vegetables must be blanched before freezing. Packaging is an important part of the freezing story. For liquid or semi-liquid foods such as fruits. juices add stews, sturdy leakproof containers must be used. Glass Jars, plastic or aluminum containers and heavily waxed paper cartons are all suitable. For meat, poultry, fish and bak- ery products, the sheet wrappings are good packaging material. Be sure to use those made speeiflcalIy Ford Tractor and Implement DEMONSTRATIONS Fill in the coupon below for a free demonstration on your farm of one or more of the following tractors and or implements: ( ) FORD DIESEL ( ) FORD 800 ( ) r-ORD 600 used. For detailed information on freez- ing foods properly write to our of- fice for bulletins. We will send them out without charge. The Harlan Andrews family were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Moun in Thief River Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hagen were in Grand Forks Sunday to visit Mrs. Hagen's brother, Theo. Ackerland" who is a patient at the Deaconess hospital there. WANT ADS PIGS FOR SALE, 6 wks old. Gor- don Gillespie, Park River. * House for rent: 4 rooms & beth. Harvey addition Gerald Dob- meier, Park River. m26" For Sale: 1953 IHC refrigerator 8.2 cu ft. Available at once. Will sell 1950 Plymouth club coupe after June 15. Lara Kristjanson, city * I Bakery Special I Saturday, May 21 \\; by JIM & HELEN . _ =.=,,,,=,, CARAMEL ROLLS Doz. 49c Hamburger & Hot Dog Buns -- in bulk--- 2 for 5c SLICED BREAD, WRAPPED IN CELLOPHANE LARGE LOAF 11/ lb., 20 UNSLICED 18 i Jim's & Helen's Bakery PARK RIVER Dial 22251 A? RID 0WL COFFEE COMPLETE YOUR SETS NOW/ Dixie Dogwood Dinnerware SALE ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 211S DOLLAR VALUES I VZOOM IUAM Corn 10 ocktd 4 '= LIINIY'S STRAINED HOMOO|NED Baby Food " OOLE Pinea 29 ORANGE JUICE 6 OOMA'S SFARIE TIMi Fruit and Vegetable ( ) FORD 250 BALER .. ' .... = o . .-- ( ) FORD REAR AIITvACH00ENT,tOWE R rleaa Lettuce eacn ( ) FORD SIDE DE ER RA Carrots, pound poly bag . 2 for 23c Or any one of our full line of farm equipment ADDIir D--hi h--IIt=l==.= " Ilk,,,, = ..___, .__ - .. _.... ) Name ..................................... -':':::::::::'"'":'=::::VVVVV I='VV:;; I II i' QUALITY MEATS FOR LESS o AGON SQUARe, ug i { BATEMAII, MOT011S* | ,,,,,o,,T. o, o.d.00 o..,. ,,.|