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W OOUII m p I Clifford Craig motored here Thurs- roSSIday. HiS mother, Mrs. Robert Craig, t who was a guest at the A, Cather- ESTABLISHED 1883 vJood home returned home to Grand Forks with him Thttrsday evening. Published every Thursday in the Mr. and Mrs. James McConnacme Park River, North Da- of Grand Forks arrived Monday for a and entered as second class mat- days visit at the home of their son- at the Park River postofflce, in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. White. EDITED BY LARS J. SILJAN Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jamieson and  children visited relatives in Edinburg JUNE 6, 1929 c,n Saturday. Some rich men leave sons that are. W. C. T. U. TO HOLD mental mice. FORTIETH ANNUAL MEETrNG Nature attends to that to prevent a race of super-men. The rich fath- Friday Morning, June 14 9:30---Devotions--Mrs. Tom Steener- er's money holds the son back. lion, Edinburg Reading of the Minutes Virginia Hogaax. twelve-:ceaa,-old Piano Trio--Sylvia. Adrain and Oli,e Xrish-American girl from Omaha, Ordahl =  A,d Boosting for he Union Slgnal--Ne the national  .....  ..... h'"t' koma Union you. Teru Hayes "..Subscription Shower i Jepanese boy, was nmnber four n 10:30--Quiz on State Reports--Fair- competition. "Panacea' eliminat-I dale Union Vocal Duet---Whispering Hope hirm How We Rai Money--Local Tree- on surer$ Hoover's Commission ll:00--Repart of Credentials Commit outlining our gigantic re-I tee added that Americans had Election of Officers. Business ll:40--Memorial ServlceLed by Mr scratched the surface of na- wealth. an efficiency engineer, President, may suggest a way of cutting waste. We" make a great fuss, as we shotuo about ten billions lent to Europe, we wtmte that amount every year. Naaing a commission to study law President Hoover wisely one woman, Dr. Ads L. Corn- experience as an educator wih her to tell other membex that l turn toward crime is taken in women's Comm=: often enables them cuts that men would not find, Catherood Friday Afternoon l:00--Offictal Board Meeting 1:30---Devotlorm Piano Duet--Olive Orstad. Syversrud eading--ITalthie Steenerson Phort Address---"Forty Years Fighting"Rev. J T. Langemo Piano )lo--llower Song--Olie dam Address--Miss Ervln Reports of Committees Unfinished business Adjournment $2,000 IN CASH PRIZES IN MOTION PICTURE CONTEST Grand Prize of $500--210 q}ther Prizes to be Given by The ] Minneapolis Journal A new motion picture Contest. in ILLITERACY " there which $2,000 in Cash Prizes will be It is alarming to consider that awarded, was announced today by 2T.t S.000,000 men and women in tlIs]Mlnneapolls Journal, whlch has so dl- , who cannot read or write, jIded the awards that 211 persons wl!, Ihare the prize money. a million and a half chil-,, The Contest. which will be some- school age. do not attend]what similar to the World Notables centest in which more than 20,000 ca- National Congress of Par- tries were received by The Journal. Teachers is conducting a will" feature 24 leading celebrities of the motion pioture world. and an electric waffle iron by the guests present. Refreshments were served by the Ladies Aid society. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McNeil and fam'] ily of Park River viSited at the Al- l bert Bodner home Sunday. Lenora Halberg and Lorna Hagen Ruby Larson and Florence Gillesple, I left for Grand Forks last week where Milly Aaland and Mrs.. Morgan &a- I they have employment, land were Grafton shoppers Monday. Mona Hendrickson of Mayville is a The Methodist MiSsionary Society guest at the Bjorg brothers farm gaw a six o'clock picnic dinner in the northwest of Adams. Park on Friday evening in honor of Prof. C. A Solom was ch(xen the deegate for the Luther League con- vention held in Duluth this week. He was accompanied by Mrs. Solom. Halls Gronvold arrived here from F,'go last Thursday and will spen some time visiting his father. Paul Gronvold. who is ill. Cora Grove left for Lankin last Frl- day to visit with her siter-in-law, Mrs. Blanche Grove. Bergine Pederson who i teaching near Grafton spent the week-end with Ler sisters in Adams. Edwin Erickson who has been era- Miss Evelyn Staph. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Roberv French were callers at, Inkster Sunday. Raymond Springen was a guest of Homer Nelson Sunday. Mx. and Mrs. Henry Lerud and Mr. and Mrs. K. Lerud motored to Grand Forks Sunday FOREST RIVER NEWS Miss Ula Johlston returned to the University Monday, after spendingl the week-end with her parents, lvrr. ployed ,in a gtore at Colun]bus, N D. and Mrs. Jack Johnston. arrived to spend a few days with Mrs. M. F. Howe and children. Shlr.' home folks, i ley, Marion. and Millard of Skykon- Last Sunday noon a fire completely ish" Wash :;pent a couple of days at destroyed an old farm house owned by the W. E. Howe home. G. N. Viger, known as the Sarah William Maltman and Joe Heger Miss Champean and Miss Christ- Wilson, Mrs. Chas. Oillhan man left Thursday for their respec. Thorpe Johnston and sons tire homes to spend their summer Clarence SempL vacation Miss Champean goes to A large number from l Ied Lake Falls and Miss Christman ed the pavillion dance to Crookston. nesday evening. Mrs. Basil Claxke and son. Radney Mrs. W. J. Oorowski and of Redwood Falls. Minn., are visiting old Woods were Orafton at the home of Mrs Clark's parent, day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C, O S. Johnson, Miss Zella Woods and Mr. and Mrs. Arthtrr Woods enter- returned from Can-ington rained Sunday evening at a six o'clock where they visited at the dinner. Miss Christman. Miss Spauld- ,qnd Ernie Ferguson homeS. ing, Gordon Johnston. Win. Maltman Baccalaureate services were and Robert Maltman. Jr. the Methodist church The fourth, fifth and sixth grade ing conducted by Mrs. had their I)cLic Friday afternoon at I special program had been the Fred .Wager picnic grounds.  Mrs. Harold Woods and Games and races of various kind Betty returned Tuesday were played after which a real pic-:St. Paul where they have tlic lunch was served, l t)ast ten days with Mrs. George Johnson. Mrs. Aubre) Memorial services were VVilson and Mrs. Hala'y Finley enter- Hall Thursday morning and rained at six tables of bridge Men- the cemetery. The members da: evenin2 at the home of Mrs. Gilby Post were present. Johnson. High honors went to Mrs. G-orge Langaas had the Willam Legge and second to Mrs. (,f breaking his arm last John Lowe. At the close'of the even- left Tuesday for St. paul, ing the hos[,sses served "a delicious vill receive medical aid at lunch, ern Pacific hospital Grant place north of Adams. The fire originated near the roof by the chimney. Emily, Ida and Clarence Hendrick- son, Ebba Erickson. Ted Drevecky, So- phus Holt. Carl Erickson and Ing- vald l.otof were Sunday evening guests at the Almer Erickson home. Adams will have a band in the near Hannall future. Practice has already begun last week under t,he direction of Clar- ence Lien of Edinburg in the Ameri- f can Legion Hall. Mrs. Pete Hanson and Anna Boman Or- n,otored to Grand Forks on Thursy. Rrs. Hanson's sister, Jessie Peder- Ion, accompanied them home and will viii in Adams for a few days. O. V. Lundberg was in Fargo last week transacting business. Anton Dobrovolny who has occupies the Marie Sonslie farm east of Aadms during the winter and spring, moved te the Ole Haugen farm northwest m town. Last Friday the lower grades of tle Public school held their last day of shool picnic near the Thorwald Bak- Pe grove. On Saturday the high sehcol had their picnic near the same I grove. Gelora Hagen who is teaching school near Park River spent Mem- erial Day with her mother. Mrs. Jen- nie Hagen. Eva Hanson accompanied her back on Friday morning an, spent the day visiting her school. A very large crowd gathered at the Z. C. B. J. Hall south of Adams to observe Memorial Day. In the after- .noon a number of speeches were giv- and son, Lloyd, drove up from Car- Mrs. T. J. Clarke of Winnipeg ar- Mr and Mrs. H. F. LohSe rington Sunday returning home the rived Sunday and will visit a couple ldren Helnand Marvin following day. l of weeks with her daughters. Mrs. H. 1 (lay at Park River with of the wonderful response to our Seventh Birthday Cele- bration Sale, we are offering these extra special Money- savers for the last two days of the sale--Friday and Sat- urday, June 7th and 8tl. Buy them with your addi- tional reeds of the Birthday Specials already advertised to climate illiteracy. "lhe During the course of the contest, en at the cemetery near the ttall. to make great st2"ides by 1930. If i ' nich will last eight weeks, these The local Legion boys took part with b]ings home to people 24 screen stars will be pictured both the Michigan Legion Post in salutng importance of education and liter- [ in photograph and silhouette, or out- I the graves of their dead comrades. An l|ned in the Rotogravure section Of,aer o 1 , a great deal will have been accom- [ " ' ' " pane arrived toward evening and The Sunday Journal took up passengers. The Milton bane Illiterates are never "free. It will be ti}e task of contestants to ' are the exploited and oppress-i identify the 24 screen stars both in .at all times. Tht?e should be photograPh and silhouette, three countr i photographs and three silhouettes be- of illiteracy in a " ing Drinted each Sunday, beginning America. dedicated to the Sunda.V. June 2. of democracy. At the close of the eight weels, .............. contestants ar to submit their entries NEW PROIEMS COMING Laving paired or grouped the photo- _graph and silhouette of each of the Australia is planning to rehabilitate 24 moP, ion oicture celebrities. Con- to the movement hay- lestants also are required to submit furnished music through out the af- tra'noon. In the evening a dance was held in the Hall with music furnished by the Mlton Blue Jackets. Ebbs and Wildner Erickson. Sophus Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Drevecky and family, and Me'. and Mrs. Ko- beck of Lankin were Sunday dimmer guests of Mr and Mrs. Jack Hosna. Sadie. Edna and Roy McLean an(1 Gordon McLean were Sunday visitors t the L. J. Olson home. given by the irrigation in an essay of not more than 50 words Mr. and Mrs. L, H. Haxoldson and on "'The Motion Picture's Greates  son Hartney accompanied by Mrs I ' ' of previously unproductive Contribution-to Progress." Hans Anderson spent Tuesday in Texas and Arizona which In apportioning the $2.000 in cash Grand Forks. betxnne very productive agricut-'p:izes, The Journal is offering a first I Page Miller who is employed a, areas, ir grand prize of $500 Second prlzePark River spen Sunday with Mrs. will be $250 in cash: tlah'd prize, $100;!Miller and son Dennis. In the eastern district of Victoria. fourth prize, $75; fifth prize, $50; i Melvin Nygard of Grand Forks mo- rt will be made to reclaim sixth prize, $40; seventh prize. $30.1tt,red down on Thursday and spent d., of acres now given over o;Yn addition there will be four prizes and bracken " :of $25 each; 5 prizes of $20 each: 10 the day with friends. __ . . ": . _  . . I prizes" of $15 each" 20 prizes of SI0 Carl Erickson was a visitor in mam pianneo in enrai Aus-l - '^^ -- - '-- - " 10S Grand Forks last Friday. { ..... :each; u prizes oI so each anu l)gly to tm rove t'anspor,i l prizes of $1 each. HOOPLE NEWS because it would so affect the" Both women and men will be num- as to increase rainfall. , bered among the Celebrities of the At the same time an American en-Iscreen featured in the contest. has ineorpbrated a compare" to laim more than 100,000 miles of the great an'a Desert. If the scheme goes tluugh and brings about the effect promised for of acres now baren will ADAMS NEWS A farewell party was tenderd the l[lss-s Verna Florence and Sigma Iatlsmauson ls Thursday in the Legion Hail by their many young Misses Juna Woods and Juna Duff were Grand Forks shoppers on Wed- ,lay. Mrs. J. B. Johnson and Mrs. Jo Wallum were Grafton callers on Tues- day. Joe Fail motored to Grand Forks Wednesday and spent a couple of days the'e on bttsiness. Mrs. Wilfred Best. Runa Lowe an Florence Gillespie were Crystal call- productive :.nds of Adams. The Sig RausmRa All of these undertakings are corn-'on family will leave for Oslo. Minn., mendable andshow what rapid gri' this week to make their future lome, ors on Tuesday evening. t i%Ir. Rausmauson has been railroau I On Thursday the Juniors and Sen cultural strides are being made. They, section boss in Adams for the last flf-iiors held their annual banquet at the axe unmtsLakable, strong signs of a teen years and he and his famllyHigh school. Twenty-four guests mighty progre,,s, l:.av(, many friend who are sorry to lwer e present, them leave.  Rex'. Helsem of Orafton conducted At the same tame the successful-':e%helma Stromme who has complet-rvlces ar the l,utheran church here completion of these plans, and the!co a term of school neaa- Falrdale two Sunday morning. 1 suhsequent greater ara of thriving w(.eks ago left again for Fairdale to! Stanley Crocker. Jack French and laxm land. will give farmers new pro  hold eighth e rde examination Ior her!Andrew Fedje attended the t Royal blems to soe. pupils, i Arch banquet at the Masonic Temple I Helen Dvorak wile has spent the. ,t Grafton on Memorial Day. past month visiting her parents. Mr.] Rev. EmDle preached he bacalau- Personal Locals ,rd Mrs. Frank Dvorak, left for reae services for the High school rtx|uation class on Sunday evening. C;raddaion exercises will be held on Thursday evennlu at fhe auditorium. 7he graduates are Dorothy Thorval- .on, Merle Parkins. Grace Patterson. ILuna Lowe. Selma Amundsm]. Alda 'Langerud Edna Tcllefson. Alvin Hed- ler. Edgar Sonsterud. Clifford Gryte, I.inden Thorvalson and Norris Sons- terud. Those who motored to Grand Forks oa Memorial Day were; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Folson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray{ Shriner. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Folson Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Prench, Mr. and I Mrs. Joe Wallum, Mr and Mrs. Wil- fred Best. Jessie Lofthus, Alvin Gryte end Esther Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Travers ana Mr. and Mrs. Harold Douglas wele Orafton visitors on Sunday. Homer Nelson spent the week.en% Ith  Patterson at the Robt. Pat- terson home. - Gland Forks Friday, where she 1, Miss Helen Hobbs of Grand Forks employed in the Deaconess hospital. several days at the home of her Parochial school Will open in Adams Mr. and Mrs. John Hobbs-public school on June 10th. and will lhe 1,eturned Sunday via Grafton ube in session for six weeks. Grand'Forks. Ernest Pavek left for Falrdale las :Thursday where he has employment. : Mr, and Mrs. Ander Ma4"ifjoren. Ellif Edwards passed away Saturday Mrs. Rlph Bee and Mrs. Vernon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Parke returned Fiqday from Fargo l Oscar Omdaleum outh of Adams. spent a week visiting rt,  Ills death was due mostly to old age. latives, i Funeral services were held at the Mountain Lutheran church and inter- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meagher anc' to Grand Forks Sun-ment made at the Golden Valley ce M. Meagher returned in the i ietry. i A farewell party was given in honor Mrs. Meagher remained for f the L. M., F1ugekvam family in the , visit wlth relatives, cbaxrch parlors by the great number Mrs. Andrew Catherwood, I of friends they have made during y and Anna Burbidge i their stay InAdams. r. avai Mrs. Aitken motored to FordvlilelFlugekvaa were presented with an and spent the day vlsltlng electric table lamp by the Sunday and Mrs. Alex Ban-'school. of which Mr. Flugekvam has been sttperinndent for eight year, t La00,Ji Wslion $ taMte[ Cudahq'! R@x B00it.elvn Peas ,To,own. sMALL Luncheon Sweet-.00 Quahtq usually Sold at RED SU -'l00Pwdered $90.,., 00ll/400no00. Brown Pancake" .... rlOUrgkL 00,voa Campbeti's, Pork Beans o. ' Xt PickWick: ound Nuf,90000at,n,au00,,,00 Z, " " " " Oul00- Pan - Fgl;00 Broom Spec m l " "'O.ualit'00'B, rand. 00ata rob |_Sphagheth-She,v .4 ?k00S. TZ Mdrr 00;unm.aid " Nectars or PuFfed . ideal Raiim aelSerrS Salads Puddin00$0000ad, "EP ,U $tlOOL GIRL COMPLEXION" - -- '20 MULE T'E.AM, .. 14 . 00:la00e BoIPaX,'usc 00+To 00ave 00oap .wk00te L ux Fie ke P a'Za',-O,t.ETPaP00I" tS owL- 98 lb. sack Qua I ttq -Ripe. Yellow Bananas, 3 lbs. 27c W OOUII m p I Clifford Craig motored here Thurs- roSSIday. HiS mother, Mrs. Robert Craig, t who was a guest at the A, Cather- ESTABLISHED 1883 vJood home returned home to Grand Forks with him Thttrsday evening. Published every Thursday in the Mr. and Mrs. James McConnacme Park River, North Da- of Grand Forks arrived Monday for a and entered as second class mat- days visit at the home of their son- at the Park River postofflce, in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. White. EDITED BY LARS J. SILJAN Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jamieson and  children visited relatives in Edinburg JUNE 6, 1929 c,n Saturday. Some rich men leave sons that are. W. C. T. U. TO HOLD mental mice. FORTIETH ANNUAL MEETrNG Nature attends to that to prevent a race of super-men. The rich fath- Friday Morning, June 14 9:30---Devotions--Mrs. Tom Steener- er's money holds the son back. lion, Edinburg Reading of the Minutes Virginia Hogaax. twelve-:ceaa,-old Piano Trio--Sylvia. Adrain and Oli,e Xrish-American girl from Omaha, Ordahl =  A,d Boosting for he Union Slgnal--Ne the national  .....  ..... h'"t' koma Union you. Teru Hayes "..Subscription Shower i Jepanese boy, was nmnber four n 10:30--Quiz on State Reports--Fair- competition. "Panacea' eliminat-I dale Union Vocal Duet---Whispering Hope hirm How We Rai Money--Local Tree- on surer$ Hoover's Commission ll:00--Repart of Credentials Commit outlining our gigantic re-I tee added that Americans had Election of Officers. Business ll:40--Memorial ServlceLed by Mr scratched the surface of na- wealth. an efficiency engineer, President, may suggest a way of cutting waste. We" make a great fuss, as we shotuo about ten billions lent to Europe, we wtmte that amount every year. Naaing a commission to study law President Hoover wisely one woman, Dr. Ads L. Corn- experience as an educator wih her to tell other membex that l turn toward crime is taken in women's Comm=: often enables them cuts that men would not find, Catherood Friday Afternoon l:00--Offictal Board Meeting 1:30---Devotlorm Piano Duet--Olive Orstad. Syversrud eading--ITalthie Steenerson Phort Address---"Forty Years Fighting"Rev. J T. Langemo Piano )lo--llower Song--Olie dam Address--Miss Ervln Reports of Committees Unfinished business Adjournment $2,000 IN CASH PRIZES IN MOTION PICTURE CONTEST Grand Prize of $500--210 q}ther Prizes to be Given by The ] Minneapolis Journal A new motion picture Contest. in ILLITERACY " there which $2,000 in Cash Prizes will be It is alarming to consider that awarded, was announced today by 2T.t S.000,000 men and women in tlIs]Mlnneapolls Journal, whlch has so dl- , who cannot read or write, jIded the awards that 211 persons wl!, Ihare the prize money. a million and a half chil-,, The Contest. which will be some- school age. do not attend]what similar to the World Notables centest in which more than 20,000 ca- National Congress of Par- tries were received by The Journal. Teachers is conducting a will" feature 24 leading celebrities of the motion pioture world. and an electric waffle iron by the guests present. Refreshments were served by the Ladies Aid society. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McNeil and fam'] ily of Park River viSited at the Al- l bert Bodner home Sunday. Lenora Halberg and Lorna Hagen Ruby Larson and Florence Gillesple, I left for Grand Forks last week where Milly Aaland and Mrs.. Morgan &a- I they have employment, land were Grafton shoppers Monday. Mona Hendrickson of Mayville is a The Methodist MiSsionary Society guest at the Bjorg brothers farm gaw a six o'clock picnic dinner in the northwest of Adams. Park on Friday evening in honor of Prof. C. A Solom was ch(xen the deegate for the Luther League con- vention held in Duluth this week. He was accompanied by Mrs. Solom. Halls Gronvold arrived here from F,'go last Thursday and will spen some time visiting his father. Paul Gronvold. who is ill. Cora Grove left for Lankin last Frl- day to visit with her siter-in-law, Mrs. Blanche Grove. Bergine Pederson who i teaching near Grafton spent the week-end with Ler sisters in Adams. Edwin Erickson who has been era- Miss Evelyn Staph. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Roberv French were callers at, Inkster Sunday. Raymond Springen was a guest of Homer Nelson Sunday. Mx. and Mrs. Henry Lerud and Mr. and Mrs. K. Lerud motored to Grand Forks Sunday FOREST RIVER NEWS Miss Ula Johlston returned to the University Monday, after spendingl the week-end with her parents, lvrr. ployed ,in a gtore at Colun]bus, N D. and Mrs. Jack Johnston. arrived to spend a few days with Mrs. M. F. Howe and children. Shlr.' home folks, i ley, Marion. and Millard of Skykon- Last Sunday noon a fire completely ish" Wash :;pent a couple of days at destroyed an old farm house owned by the W. E. Howe home. G. N. Viger, known as the Sarah William Maltman and Joe Heger Miss Champean and Miss Christ- Wilson, Mrs. Chas. Oillhan man left Thursday for their respec. Thorpe Johnston and sons tire homes to spend their summer Clarence SempL vacation Miss Champean goes to A large number from l Ied Lake Falls and Miss Christman ed the pavillion dance to Crookston. nesday evening. Mrs. Basil Claxke and son. Radney Mrs. W. J. Oorowski and of Redwood Falls. Minn., are visiting old Woods were Orafton at the home of Mrs Clark's parent, day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C, O S. Johnson, Miss Zella Woods and Mr. and Mrs. Arthtrr Woods enter- returned from Can-ington rained Sunday evening at a six o'clock where they visited at the dinner. Miss Christman. Miss Spauld- ,qnd Ernie Ferguson homeS. ing, Gordon Johnston. Win. Maltman Baccalaureate services were and Robert Maltman. Jr. the Methodist church The fourth, fifth and sixth grade ing conducted by Mrs. had their I)cLic Friday afternoon at I special program had been the Fred .Wager picnic grounds.  Mrs. Harold Woods and Games and races of various kind Betty returned Tuesday were played after which a real pic-:St. Paul where they have tlic lunch was served, l t)ast ten days with Mrs. George Johnson. Mrs. Aubre) Memorial services were VVilson and Mrs. Hala'y Finley enter- Hall Thursday morning and rained at six tables of bridge Men- the cemetery. The members da: evenin2 at the home of Mrs. Gilby Post were present. Johnson. High honors went to Mrs. G-orge Langaas had the Willam Legge and second to Mrs. (,f breaking his arm last John Lowe. At the close'of the even- left Tuesday for St. paul, ing the hos[,sses served "a delicious vill receive medical aid at lunch, ern Pacific hospital Grant place north of Adams. The fire originated near the roof by the chimney. Emily, Ida and Clarence Hendrick- son, Ebba Erickson. Ted Drevecky, So- phus Holt. Carl Erickson and Ing- vald l.otof were Sunday evening guests at the Almer Erickson home. Adams will have a band in the near Hannall future. Practice has already begun last week under t,he direction of Clar- ence Lien of Edinburg in the Ameri- f can Legion Hall. Mrs. Pete Hanson and Anna Boman Or- n,otored to Grand Forks on Thursy. Rrs. Hanson's sister, Jessie Peder- Ion, accompanied them home and will viii in Adams for a few days. O. V. Lundberg was in Fargo last week transacting business. Anton Dobrovolny who has occupies the Marie Sonslie farm east of Aadms during the winter and spring, moved te the Ole Haugen farm northwest m town. Last Friday the lower grades of tle Public school held their last day of shool picnic near the Thorwald Bak- Pe grove. On Saturday the high sehcol had their picnic near the same I grove. Gelora Hagen who is teaching school near Park River spent Mem- erial Day with her mother. Mrs. Jen- nie Hagen. Eva Hanson accompanied her back on Friday morning an, spent the day visiting her school. A very large crowd gathered at the Z. C. B. J. Hall south of Adams to observe Memorial Day. In the after- .noon a number of speeches were giv- and son, Lloyd, drove up from Car- Mrs. T. J. Clarke of Winnipeg ar- Mr and Mrs. H. F. LohSe rington Sunday returning home the rived Sunday and will visit a couple ldren Helnand Marvin following day. l of weeks with her daughters. Mrs. H. 1 (lay at Park River with of the wonderful response to our Seventh Birthday Cele- bration Sale, we are offering these extra special Money- savers for the last two days of the sale--Friday and Sat- urday, June 7th and 8tl. Buy them with your addi- tional reeds of the Birthday Specials already advertised to climate illiteracy. "lhe During the course of the contest, en at the cemetery near the ttall. to make great st2"ides by 1930. If i ' nich will last eight weeks, these The local Legion boys took part with b]ings home to people 24 screen stars will be pictured both the Michigan Legion Post in salutng importance of education and liter- [ in photograph and silhouette, or out- I the graves of their dead comrades. An l|ned in the Rotogravure section Of,aer o 1 , a great deal will have been accom- [ " ' ' " pane arrived toward evening and The Sunday Journal took up passengers. The Milton bane Illiterates are never "free. It will be ti}e task of contestants to ' are the exploited and oppress-i identify the 24 screen stars both in .at all times. Tht?e should be photograPh and silhouette, three countr i photographs and three silhouettes be- of illiteracy in a " ing Drinted each Sunday, beginning America. dedicated to the Sunda.V. June 2. of democracy. At the close of the eight weels, .............. contestants ar to submit their entries NEW PROIEMS COMING Laving paired or grouped the photo- _graph and silhouette of each of the Australia is planning to rehabilitate 24 moP, ion oicture celebrities. Con- to the movement hay- lestants also are required to submit furnished music through out the af- tra'noon. In the evening a dance was held in the Hall with music furnished by the Mlton Blue Jackets. Ebbs and Wildner Erickson. Sophus Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Drevecky and family, and Me'. and Mrs. Ko- beck of Lankin were Sunday dimmer guests of Mr and Mrs. Jack Hosna. Sadie. Edna and Roy McLean an(1 Gordon McLean were Sunday visitors t the L. J. Olson home. given by the irrigation in an essay of not more than 50 words Mr. and Mrs. L, H. Haxoldson and on "'The Motion Picture's Greates  son Hartney accompanied by Mrs I ' ' of previously unproductive Contribution-to Progress." Hans Anderson spent Tuesday in Texas and Arizona which In apportioning the $2.000 in cash Grand Forks. betxnne very productive agricut-'p:izes, The Journal is offering a first I Page Miller who is employed a, areas, ir grand prize of $500 Second prlzePark River spen Sunday with Mrs. will be $250 in cash: tlah'd prize, $100;!Miller and son Dennis. In the eastern district of Victoria. fourth prize, $75; fifth prize, $50; i Melvin Nygard of Grand Forks mo- rt will be made to reclaim sixth prize, $40; seventh prize. $30.1tt,red down on Thursday and spent d., of acres now given over o;Yn addition there will be four prizes and bracken " :of $25 each; 5 prizes of $20 each: 10 the day with friends. __ . . ": . _  . . I prizes" of $15 each" 20 prizes of SI0 Carl Erickson was a visitor in mam pianneo in enrai Aus-l - '^^ -- - '-- - " 10S Grand Forks last Friday. { ..... :each; u prizes oI so each anu l)gly to tm rove t'anspor,i l prizes of $1 each. HOOPLE NEWS because it would so affect the" Both women and men will be num- as to increase rainfall. , bered among the Celebrities of the At the same time an American en-Iscreen featured in the contest. has ineorpbrated a compare" to laim more than 100,000 miles of the great an'a Desert. If the scheme goes tluugh and brings about the effect promised for of acres now baren will ADAMS NEWS A farewell party was tenderd the l[lss-s Verna Florence and Sigma Iatlsmauson ls Thursday in the Legion Hail by their many young Misses Juna Woods and Juna Duff were Grand Forks shoppers on Wed- ,lay. Mrs. J. B. Johnson and Mrs. Jo Wallum were Grafton callers on Tues- day. Joe Fail motored to Grand Forks Wednesday and spent a couple of days the'e on bttsiness. Mrs. Wilfred Best. Runa Lowe an Florence Gillespie were Crystal call- productive :.nds of Adams. The Sig RausmRa All of these undertakings are corn-'on family will leave for Oslo. Minn., mendable andshow what rapid gri' this week to make their future lome, ors on Tuesday evening. t i%Ir. Rausmauson has been railroau I On Thursday the Juniors and Sen cultural strides are being made. They, section boss in Adams for the last flf-iiors held their annual banquet at the axe unmtsLakable, strong signs of a teen years and he and his famllyHigh school. Twenty-four guests mighty progre,,s, l:.av(, many friend who are sorry to lwer e present, them leave.  Rex'. Helsem of Orafton conducted At the same tame the successful-':e%helma Stromme who has complet-rvlces ar the l,utheran church here completion of these plans, and the!co a term of school neaa- Falrdale two Sunday morning. 1 suhsequent greater ara of thriving w(.eks ago left again for Fairdale to! Stanley Crocker. Jack French and laxm land. will give farmers new pro  hold eighth e rde examination Ior her!Andrew Fedje attended the t Royal blems to soe. pupils, i Arch banquet at the Masonic Temple I Helen Dvorak wile has spent the. ,t Grafton on Memorial Day. past month visiting her parents. Mr.] Rev. EmDle preached he bacalau- Personal Locals ,rd Mrs. Frank Dvorak, left for reae services for the High school rtx|uation class on Sunday evening. C;raddaion exercises will be held on Thursday evennlu at fhe auditorium. 7he graduates are Dorothy Thorval- .on, Merle Parkins. Grace Patterson. ILuna Lowe. Selma Amundsm]. Alda 'Langerud Edna Tcllefson. Alvin Hed- ler. Edgar Sonsterud. Clifford Gryte, I.inden Thorvalson and Norris Sons- terud. Those who motored to Grand Forks oa Memorial Day were; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Folson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray{ Shriner. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Folson Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Prench, Mr. and I Mrs. Joe Wallum, Mr and Mrs. Wil- fred Best. Jessie Lofthus, Alvin Gryte end Esther Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Travers ana Mr. and Mrs. Harold Douglas wele Orafton visitors on Sunday. Homer Nelson spent the week.en% Ith  Patterson at the Robt. Pat- terson home. - Gland Forks Friday, where she 1, Miss Helen Hobbs of Grand Forks employed in the Deaconess hospital. several days at the home of her Parochial school Will open in Adams Mr. and Mrs. John Hobbs-public school on June 10th. and will lhe 1,eturned Sunday via Grafton ube in session for six weeks. Grand'Forks. Ernest Pavek left for Falrdale las :Thursday where he has employment. : Mr, and Mrs. Ander Ma4"ifjoren. Ellif Edwards passed away Saturday Mrs. Rlph Bee and Mrs. Vernon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Parke returned Fiqday from Fargo l Oscar Omdaleum outh of Adams. spent a week visiting rt,  Ills death was due mostly to old age. latives, i Funeral services were held at the Mountain Lutheran church and inter- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meagher anc' to Grand Forks Sun-ment made at the Golden Valley ce M. Meagher returned in the i ietry. i A farewell party was given in honor Mrs. Meagher remained for f the L. M., F1ugekvam family in the , visit wlth relatives, cbaxrch parlors by the great number Mrs. Andrew Catherwood, I of friends they have made during y and Anna Burbidge i their stay InAdams. r. avai Mrs. Aitken motored to FordvlilelFlugekvaa were presented with an and spent the day vlsltlng electric table lamp by the Sunday and Mrs. Alex Ban-'school. of which Mr. Flugekvam has been sttperinndent for eight year, t La00,Ji Wslion $ taMte[ Cudahq'! R@x B00it.elvn Peas ,To,own. sMALL Luncheon Sweet-.00 Quahtq usually Sold at RED SU -'l00Pwdered $90.,., 00ll/400no00. Brown Pancake" .... rlOUrgkL 00,voa Campbeti's, Pork Beans o. ' Xt PickWick: ound Nuf,90000at,n,au00,,,00 Z, " " " " Oul00- Pan - Fgl;00 Broom Spec m l " "'O.ualit'00'B, rand. 00ata rob |_Sphagheth-She,v .4 ?k00S. TZ Mdrr 00;unm.aid " Nectars or PuFfed . ideal Raiim aelSerrS Salads Puddin00$0000ad, "EP ,U $tlOOL GIRL COMPLEXION" - -- '20 MULE T'E.AM, .. 14 . 00:la00e BoIPaX,'usc 00+To 00ave 00oap .wk00te L ux Fie ke P a'Za',-O,t.ETPaP00I" tS owL- 98 lb. sack Qua I ttq -Ripe. Yellow Bananas, 3 lbs. 27c