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_A___ Park River W. C. T. U. BULLETIN Edited by Mrs. Nellie M. Cross n ay. 'd of 1 ash Wednesday. '. Qualle: on Mr. and Mrs. Samuelson and family (f Sarles hav.e moved into the hotel and the hotel will again be open for i nteais. , 00ri00e( ( MI and Mrs. Schneidar of Rose- v.el! New Mexico, arrived here last a Saturday, where they will spend few days visiting with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bina and Mrs. M,y Petereka ,motored to Grand %,. Forks Friday. Mary McSherry of Arvilla, N D., BREAKFAST briety becoming fashiori- of certain notable Washington give that im- Mr. Edward McLean a mul- proprietor of one of newspapers, owner oi string of race horses and twenty-five years a con- Washington society, 0no of the biggest prohibition lhe pockets of the saloon nmn, h distiller and the brewer. "And that is one reason, and the chief reason, why John Citizen today has his savings account, his automo- bile. his radio and his well kept home and why his children have new shc, es on their feet. l'ormerly John Citizen had o do his metering by proxy. That is, the saloon man rode in the automobile and John paid the bill. i Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Stenerson were I Park River visitors Monday. Miss Hariret Rutherford of Nash visited her cousin, Mrs. P. Qualley on was a Pisek visitor Wednesday Ahna Eich. a teacher in the local school, left for her home at Urbana, ill.. Friday. ] Florence MacDonald. a local teach- of the Hoover administra- And John bought new shoes for the aanual affair of outstand- .:aloon man's children, even when he is the Easter break-!couldn't affm:d new shoes for his ow:: by Mr. and Mrs. Edward children. Friendship their magnifi- "So this "billion dollar loss" whicn or. left for her home at Marion, Iowa, ] Luncheon"and dinners at i so alarms theAssociation Against the Saturday. In the last ten years have IProhibition Amendment, may alsc: Mrs. Elizabeth Rumreich and son,, et. the host hay- larm the erstwhile saloon man. the Frank, of Grand Forks, visited witt,[ prohibition and laid I erstwhile distiller and erstwhile brew, friends and relatives h,re Sunday. [ SUpply of alcoholic bayer, er. But somehow John Citizen, as he Mr. and Mrs. Rebert Kerian aim[ I " I serves tip the family porterhouse, children Bernadette and John off the guests arrived, dispos- ' ' Wraps and waited for the seems able to laugh it off." I Grafton were visitors at the John I or egg-hogs. They -- - Kadlee home last Thursday. They EDINBURG NEWS were accompanied back by Junior[ vain. In due time the weie Kadlec, Mrs. Kerian's brother, who to breakfast. There were of ham and eggs and I CARD OF THANKS cOffee bu not a drop of in-I We wish to express our gratitude liquor in sight. No ex-' and thanks to the people of the Edin- offered and none were burg conununity for their assistance guests realized that the and kindness a the accident and ill- crusade had scored a .,ess of our daughter Thelma and el- Victory. so for the beautiful flowers. this invitations were sen Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Sonderson, SeCOnd breakfast and pessi- Edinburg, N. D: that many "re- were disappointed A miscellaneous shower was given ? eve{yone accepted and Thursday evening May 30th, for Miss guests was a distinguished Mabel Ulberg at the home oi her par- ens, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Ulberg, the many members of tlle 'June bride received many beautitul ,COrps. gifts from her many friends and role- Club Banquet "Dry" tives. The self-,invited guests serveo alCoholic beverages is prey- lunch. Miss Georgina Torgrson of May- villa spent a few days hdre last week with home folks. On Sunday she left by, car to resume her studies at the State Teachers College at My- ville. She was accompanied by Ber- thel Johnson, who also attends schoot there. Ragnar Johnson, Orlando and Helen Torgerson took the two down in Mr. Torgerson's car, Miss Ethel Johnson left Sunday for Grand Forks, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Dan Britton and family, t 4 Miss Lucllle Wick of Dundee spenL l privileges but e few days here with her father last I decide that liquor is not week. of procuring it. [ Mr. and R1rs. Thee. Solon] and chit- it a recognized diplo- dren. of Bagley, Minn, arrived here to Baltimore and ride Sunday and tre occupying an apart- on the seat of a ment at the Nels Monson home for the summer months during the time __ Mr. Solom is employed with the State Uenr Given by Chilean ]HighwaY Ambassador ', The School faculty left- for their re- I spective homes on Saturday afte expec%ations vere Nearly two hundred of' completing the term of' school here. official and diplomatic Prof S. Wager to Forest River. Assist Principal. Miss Marion Wold to ler home at Grand Forks. Miss Oswa- lynne Wagle to Valley Cl.ty and Miss Grace Stokesberry to Walker, Minn., and Miss Elida Arneson to Fairdale. to good fellowship. that although the Grid- banquet this year, with as an honor guest, on record, never hat organization bxperienced an hilarious occasion. Next? of the McLean sat back o aext sensation. It was be- this come from or which now together at a din- Don Carso G. Davila, a This affair, the social function since of the, Jones Law. was dry ,though not by the ambassador made to omit the customar llles, champagnes and li- ays of careful delibera- was that of the of the clxilean lance. Pablo Ramirez. embassy is also dry. Offers to Forego Privilege Too late for last week Miss Freda Tresler returned Mon- day from a few days visit at Grand Forks with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Sander Kjelland and son Milton of Park River were guests of relatives on Saturday. Mrs. S. Nelson and son Ted of Un- ion were visitors at the J. E. Mandt home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mandt of Can- to a Washington dis- do motored here Sunday and spenl; Howard, the British the day with relatives. is willing to relinquish Steener Stenerson accompanied by privilege of import- the United States en- diplomats . States intimates a the privilegeS' he be "glad to co-operate of the diplomatic The ambassa- of the diplomatic corps. Fails to Worry John is the subject of an edi- Joe Thompson of Nash were business visitors in Crookston and Moorhead, Minn., the last of last week. Mrs. Bakke and son of Unite visit- cd friends here on Monday. A. Kxuse spent last week at Hoople attending to business. H.'P. Wick spent Sunday at the J. E. Samuelson home near Adams. J. E. Mandt was a business visitor in Cando the first part of the week. Mrs. Sam Chall of Adams is the Published in the Mln- guest of her slster, Mrs. T. H. Start- The article is as erich this week. Pat Paul of Gardar was a visitor Against the Pro- I here Tuesday. tt estimates the I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lien and baby at a billion dollars iu ere Qrand Forks vicCrs Saturday. estimate is probably i Mike Melstad motored to Gran5 but just for the sake of I Forks Saturday to take in the Air assume its accuracy. I Tournament. indirect costs of prohi. Mr, and Mrs, Stoner Stenerson were form only a small guests of friends at Nh on Tuesday. "million dollar bill" Mrs. Edward Field spent Monday b the Association it- at Park River. - i-e,% represents the loss Miss Bertha Fredrickson spent the that formerly flow- week at St. Peter with relatives. While State and municipal there she attended the Bible confer- internal revenue ant, ence held there this week. will spend several weeks visiting wi:h them. I Mabel Pavek and Ferd Schildberger arrived from Loma Sunday here they have taught school during the past year. I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McCann and t children, Boobie and Iris, of Whitman I and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Larson anci I children, of Egeland, were visitors at] the Thomas Krile home last Sunday. I Eleanor, Arthur and Edward Hra. / bik and Mrs. Lawrence Waite motor-" ed to Grafton Friday. John Kadlec returned from St. Paul, Minn., Saturday after spending a few days there. Mr. and Mrs Ed Lala and son, Gre- gory, of St. Paul, Minn., arrived here Tuesday of last week, where they will spend a few days visiting wtih rela- tives. The Pisek base ball team won an. I ether victory when they played at[ Milton last Sunday. They won by a I score of 20 to 8. [ Graduation exercises were held at t bhe B. A. S. Hall. Friday, May 31. The/ High School graduates of 1929 are[ Thomas Kadloc and Stephen Rum- reich. The eighth grade graduates ] are Florence Dvorak, Claudia Hladik. ] Anne Kadlec, Agnes Maresh, George Ixrile and Alfred Kolar. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Novak and son, Leonard and Mr. and Mrs. John Horejsl and daughter. 'Elaine, of Lan- I kin were visitors at the Joe Hladik] home Sunday. I brewers and sac the good old days pay into the public coffers pockets? Not by a they had in stock. -alaDped his dollar on the cents of that dollar utt- the governments of and his nation in of one kind and an- rest of the dollar Jeans of the saloon man, the brewer. cost John Citizen. in a whole dollar to ; a few cents to the Today John few cents directly, rest of the dollar lll- DOCket. instead of into Mxs. Palmer Sually and children spent Saturday near Grafton at the home of Mrs. Qually's mother, Mrs. A. C. Da Palmer Swensrud attended the com- rnenoement exercises at the Agricul- tural school Friday evening, May 2. l-Iis brother Edwin was one of the graduates. Rev. Sather assisted by Rev. Rar- dolph of Minneapolis, Minn., gave the baccalaureate sermon on Sunday evening, May 26th, at the St." Paul church. The commencement exer- cises was held on Friday evening at the Met Theatre, MaY 31st. The fol-, lowing are the 1929 graduates; Alice i Shuley, Myrtle Lahd, Ruth Magnus- son and Hanna Syversrude, Leo Jhn- son, Elmer Folson and Bjorn John- STUD_. \\;\ Chevrolet gix The COACH '595 The ROADSTER ...... $525 The PIIAETON ....... $ 525 The COUPE. '595 ........o The $ SEDAN ......... 675 The Sport $ CABRIOLET ..... 695 The Conert- $ ib LNDAU ....  0 The Sedan Delivery ...... ... $595 The Light Delivery Chamht...$ 4 0 0 The li roc .... .. s545 The 1 Ton Cbauis with Cab..$650 All prices f.o.b, factor Flint. Michigan C O M P A R E the delivered price as well as the list price In considering anto- mobile values. Chevrolet'e delivered prices include only reasonable charges for de- livery and flnandng. -and learn what marvelous performance you can get in a low-priced car If you are one who has always believed that truly fine performance can only be had in a high- priced car--drive the Chevrolet Six[ Here, in the price range of the four and with economy o/better than 20 miles to the gallon of gasoline, is offered a type of overall performance that will literally amaze you- -marvelous six-cylinder smoothness that elimi- nates vibration and body rumble--power that takes you-over the steepest hills--acceleration and speed that make very mile a delight-- handling ease and rsstful comfort that leave you refreshed at the end of the longest drive ! Emphasizing this outstanding six-cylinder per- formance are the beau ty and strength of smart new bodies by Fisher. Created by master, de- signers--they represent an order of coachcraft never before approached in a low-priced car. Come in today and drive the Chevrnlet Six! ) Overbye &, Scidmore Aut0 Co. Park River, N. D. h, SIX IN THE PRICE RANGE OF TIlE FOUR / Real Bargains ---in--- S ars Several older trucks in good condition. A lot of good Ford Roadsters and Tourings at your own price. Some rebuilt Ford- sons in very good condition. We have the most complete stock of gbod used cars in the Northwest. Most of them in very good condition and priced to sell. Will accept your used car as part payment. Balance on easy terms. We trade for Horses, Gattle, or will contract potatoes for fall delivery. We list here a part of our stock at the present time--- One 197 Ford Fordor Sedan One 192;' Ford Tudor Sedan One 197 Ford Coupe Two 1926 Ford Coupes Three 19 , 7 Chevrolet Coaches 1926 Ford Roadster One 1926 Ford Fordor One 1926 Olds Sedan One 6 cylinder Nash Tourlnd One 1925 Ford Liflht Delivery Two 1925 Ford Tudor l Two 1925 Ford Coupe Two 197 Ford Trucks with steel cabs, drain bodies and transmissions I uI I I Mills-Farup Auto' Co. ' Park River Lankin _A___ Park River W. C. T. U. BULLETIN Edited by Mrs. Nellie M. Cross n ay. 'd of 1 ash Wednesday. '. Qualle: on Mr. and Mrs. Samuelson and family (f Sarles hav.e moved into the hotel and the hotel will again be open for i nteais. , 00ri00e( ( MI and Mrs. Schneidar of Rose- v.el! New Mexico, arrived here last a Saturday, where they will spend few days visiting with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bina and Mrs. M,y Petereka ,motored to Grand %,. Forks Friday. Mary McSherry of Arvilla, N D., BREAKFAST briety becoming fashiori- of certain notable Washington give that im- Mr. Edward McLean a mul- proprietor of one of newspapers, owner oi string of race horses and twenty-five years a con- Washington society, 0no of the biggest prohibition lhe pockets of the saloon nmn, h distiller and the brewer. "And that is one reason, and the chief reason, why John Citizen today has his savings account, his automo- bile. his radio and his well kept home and why his children have new shc, es on their feet. l'ormerly John Citizen had o do his metering by proxy. That is, the saloon man rode in the automobile and John paid the bill. i Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Stenerson were I Park River visitors Monday. Miss Hariret Rutherford of Nash visited her cousin, Mrs. P. Qualley on was a Pisek visitor Wednesday Ahna Eich. a teacher in the local school, left for her home at Urbana, ill.. Friday. ] Florence MacDonald. a local teach- of the Hoover administra- And John bought new shoes for the aanual affair of outstand- .:aloon man's children, even when he is the Easter break-!couldn't affm:d new shoes for his ow:: by Mr. and Mrs. Edward children. Friendship their magnifi- "So this "billion dollar loss" whicn or. left for her home at Marion, Iowa, ] Luncheon"and dinners at i so alarms theAssociation Against the Saturday. In the last ten years have IProhibition Amendment, may alsc: Mrs. Elizabeth Rumreich and son,, et. the host hay- larm the erstwhile saloon man. the Frank, of Grand Forks, visited witt,[ prohibition and laid I erstwhile distiller and erstwhile brew, friends and relatives h,re Sunday. [ SUpply of alcoholic bayer, er. But somehow John Citizen, as he Mr. and Mrs. Rebert Kerian aim[ I " I serves tip the family porterhouse, children Bernadette and John off the guests arrived, dispos- ' ' Wraps and waited for the seems able to laugh it off." I Grafton were visitors at the John I or egg-hogs. They -- - Kadlee home last Thursday. They EDINBURG NEWS were accompanied back by Junior[ vain. In due time the weie Kadlec, Mrs. Kerian's brother, who to breakfast. There were of ham and eggs and I CARD OF THANKS cOffee bu not a drop of in-I We wish to express our gratitude liquor in sight. No ex-' and thanks to the people of the Edin- offered and none were burg conununity for their assistance guests realized that the and kindness a the accident and ill- crusade had scored a .,ess of our daughter Thelma and el- Victory. so for the beautiful flowers. this invitations were sen Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Sonderson, SeCOnd breakfast and pessi- Edinburg, N. D: that many "re- were disappointed A miscellaneous shower was given ? eve{yone accepted and Thursday evening May 30th, for Miss guests was a distinguished Mabel Ulberg at the home oi her par- ens, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Ulberg, the many members of tlle 'June bride received many beautitul ,COrps. gifts from her many friends and role- Club Banquet "Dry" tives. The self-,invited guests serveo alCoholic beverages is prey- lunch. Miss Georgina Torgrson of May- villa spent a few days hdre last week with home folks. On Sunday she left by, car to resume her studies at the State Teachers College at My- ville. She was accompanied by Ber- thel Johnson, who also attends schoot there. Ragnar Johnson, Orlando and Helen Torgerson took the two down in Mr. Torgerson's car, Miss Ethel Johnson left Sunday for Grand Forks, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Dan Britton and family, t 4 Miss Lucllle Wick of Dundee spenL l privileges but e few days here with her father last I decide that liquor is not week. of procuring it. [ Mr. and R1rs. Thee. Solon] and chit- it a recognized diplo- dren. of Bagley, Minn, arrived here to Baltimore and ride Sunday and tre occupying an apart- on the seat of a ment at the Nels Monson home for the summer months during the time __ Mr. Solom is employed with the State Uenr Given by Chilean ]HighwaY Ambassador ', The School faculty left- for their re- I spective homes on Saturday afte expec%ations vere Nearly two hundred of' completing the term of' school here. official and diplomatic Prof S. Wager to Forest River. Assist Principal. Miss Marion Wold to ler home at Grand Forks. Miss Oswa- lynne Wagle to Valley Cl.ty and Miss Grace Stokesberry to Walker, Minn., and Miss Elida Arneson to Fairdale. to good fellowship. that although the Grid- banquet this year, with as an honor guest, on record, never hat organization bxperienced an hilarious occasion. Next? of the McLean sat back o aext sensation. It was be- this come from or which now together at a din- Don Carso G. Davila, a This affair, the social function since of the, Jones Law. was dry ,though not by the ambassador made to omit the customar llles, champagnes and li- ays of careful delibera- was that of the of the clxilean lance. Pablo Ramirez. embassy is also dry. Offers to Forego Privilege Too late for last week Miss Freda Tresler returned Mon- day from a few days visit at Grand Forks with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Sander Kjelland and son Milton of Park River were guests of relatives on Saturday. Mrs. S. Nelson and son Ted of Un- ion were visitors at the J. E. Mandt home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mandt of Can- to a Washington dis- do motored here Sunday and spenl; Howard, the British the day with relatives. is willing to relinquish Steener Stenerson accompanied by privilege of import- the United States en- diplomats . States intimates a the privilegeS' he be "glad to co-operate of the diplomatic The ambassa- of the diplomatic corps. Fails to Worry John is the subject of an edi- Joe Thompson of Nash were business visitors in Crookston and Moorhead, Minn., the last of last week. Mrs. Bakke and son of Unite visit- cd friends here on Monday. A. Kxuse spent last week at Hoople attending to business. H.'P. Wick spent Sunday at the J. E. Samuelson home near Adams. J. E. Mandt was a business visitor in Cando the first part of the week. Mrs. Sam Chall of Adams is the Published in the Mln- guest of her slster, Mrs. T. H. Start- The article is as erich this week. Pat Paul of Gardar was a visitor Against the Pro- I here Tuesday. tt estimates the I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lien and baby at a billion dollars iu ere Qrand Forks vicCrs Saturday. estimate is probably i Mike Melstad motored to Gran5 but just for the sake of I Forks Saturday to take in the Air assume its accuracy. I Tournament. indirect costs of prohi. Mr, and Mrs, Stoner Stenerson were form only a small guests of friends at Nh on Tuesday. "million dollar bill" Mrs. Edward Field spent Monday b the Association it- at Park River. - i-e,% represents the loss Miss Bertha Fredrickson spent the that formerly flow- week at St. Peter with relatives. While State and municipal there she attended the Bible confer- internal revenue ant, ence held there this week. will spend several weeks visiting wi:h them. I Mabel Pavek and Ferd Schildberger arrived from Loma Sunday here they have taught school during the past year. I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McCann and t children, Boobie and Iris, of Whitman I and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Larson anci I children, of Egeland, were visitors at] the Thomas Krile home last Sunday. I Eleanor, Arthur and Edward Hra. / bik and Mrs. Lawrence Waite motor-" ed to Grafton Friday. John Kadlec returned from St. Paul, Minn., Saturday after spending a few days there. Mr. and Mrs Ed Lala and son, Gre- gory, of St. Paul, Minn., arrived here Tuesday of last week, where they will spend a few days visiting wtih rela- tives. The Pisek base ball team won an. I ether victory when they played at[ Milton last Sunday. They won by a I score of 20 to 8. [ Graduation exercises were held at t bhe B. A. S. Hall. Friday, May 31. The/ High School graduates of 1929 are[ Thomas Kadloc and Stephen Rum- reich. The eighth grade graduates ] are Florence Dvorak, Claudia Hladik. ] Anne Kadlec, Agnes Maresh, George Ixrile and Alfred Kolar. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Novak and son, Leonard and Mr. and Mrs. John Horejsl and daughter. 'Elaine, of Lan- I kin were visitors at the Joe Hladik] home Sunday. I brewers and sac the good old days pay into the public coffers pockets? Not by a they had in stock. -alaDped his dollar on the cents of that dollar utt- the governments of and his nation in of one kind and an- rest of the dollar Jeans of the saloon man, the brewer. cost John Citizen. in a whole dollar to ; a few cents to the Today John few cents directly, rest of the dollar lll- DOCket. instead of into Mxs. Palmer Sually and children spent Saturday near Grafton at the home of Mrs. Qually's mother, Mrs. A. C. Da Palmer Swensrud attended the com- rnenoement exercises at the Agricul- tural school Friday evening, May 2. l-Iis brother Edwin was one of the graduates. Rev. Sather assisted by Rev. Rar- dolph of Minneapolis, Minn., gave the baccalaureate sermon on Sunday evening, May 26th, at the St." Paul church. The commencement exer- cises was held on Friday evening at the Met Theatre, MaY 31st. The fol-, lowing are the 1929 graduates; Alice i Shuley, Myrtle Lahd, Ruth Magnus- son and Hanna Syversrude, Leo Jhn- son, Elmer Folson and Bjorn John- STUD_. \\;\ Chevrolet gix The COACH '595 The ROADSTER ...... $525 The PIIAETON ....... $ 525 The COUPE. '595 ........o The $ SEDAN ......... 675 The Sport $ CABRIOLET ..... 695 The Conert- $ ib LNDAU ....  0 The Sedan Delivery ...... ... $595 The Light Delivery Chamht...$ 4 0 0 The li roc .... .. s545 The 1 Ton Cbauis with Cab..$650 All prices f.o.b, factor Flint. Michigan C O M P A R E the delivered price as well as the list price In considering anto- mobile values. Chevrolet'e delivered prices include only reasonable charges for de- livery and flnandng. -and learn what marvelous performance you can get in a low-priced car If you are one who has always believed that truly fine performance can only be had in a high- priced car--drive the Chevrolet Six[ Here, in the price range of the four and with economy o/better than 20 miles to the gallon of gasoline, is offered a type of overall performance that will literally amaze you- -marvelous six-cylinder smoothness that elimi- nates vibration and body rumble--power that takes you-over the steepest hills--acceleration and speed that make very mile a delight-- handling ease and rsstful comfort that leave you refreshed at the end of the longest drive ! Emphasizing this outstanding six-cylinder per- formance are the beau ty and strength of smart new bodies by Fisher. Created by master, de- signers--they represent an order of coachcraft never before approached in a low-priced car. Come in today and drive the Chevrnlet Six! ) Overbye &, Scidmore Aut0 Co. Park River, N. D. h, SIX IN THE PRICE RANGE OF TIlE FOUR / Real Bargains ---in--- S ars Several older trucks in good condition. A lot of good Ford Roadsters and Tourings at your own price. Some rebuilt Ford- sons in very good condition. We have the most complete stock of gbod used cars in the Northwest. Most of them in very good condition and priced to sell. Will accept your used car as part payment. Balance on easy terms. We trade for Horses, Gattle, or will contract potatoes for fall delivery. We list here a part of our stock at the present time--- One 197 Ford Fordor Sedan One 192;' Ford Tudor Sedan One 197 Ford Coupe Two 1926 Ford Coupes Three 19 , 7 Chevrolet Coaches 1926 Ford Roadster One 1926 Ford Fordor One 1926 Olds Sedan One 6 cylinder Nash Tourlnd One 1925 Ford Liflht Delivery Two 1925 Ford Tudor l Two 1925 Ford Coupe Two 197 Ford Trucks with steel cabs, drain bodies and transmissions I uI I I Mills-Farup Auto' Co. ' Park River Lankin