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JULY 7, 1955 0Seide of Edinburg was a it the Eddie Clemetson home and Mrs. Bob Reed and Mrs. Brombora of Los Angeles guests at the Norman Cole lt week. INVITED to Edinburg tonight (July 7) serving O'clock. Community Hall. section of St. Society Serving. All t Neff Marifjeren of San Diegp, and Lt. Col and Mrs. Don and family of Honolulu, are visiting this week at of Mrs. P. J. Kenney and Ienney home. Howard Mandt and Muskegon, Mich., visit- Mandt home July Children. Jack, Mary and remained here for a day are also visiting at the home in Edinburg. )nY Entzminger of May- Mrs, John Jorgenson and of Hunter, were guests Mrs. Earl Olson last guests at the Olson week have been Joan- of Calvin and Lois of Langdon. THANKS OUr friends and relatives gifts, cards and greetings of our golden wed- ry we say, many Bless you all. and Mrs. B. Dub * ribbons at The Press. Mrs. Bert Levin of this city is a surgical patient at St. Ansgar's hos- Mrs. Ada Carroll of Glasgow, Iont., was a visitor this week at the home of Mrs. Harry O'Brien. Mrs. Tony Budish is a surgical patient at the Deaconess hospital, Grand Forks. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gustafson and daughter Marlene, of Silverton, Ore., were guests last week at the Willis Bogert home. Sunday and Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Simon were Vernon Simon of Calio. N. D., and Donald Bray of Ogena, Minn. Lt. and Mrs. Dean Parke of Du- luth, Minn., Barbara Knudson of Grand Forks, Mrs. Lloyd Lysengen and daughter, Debra, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. eve Antonson and son, Tommy, of Minnewaukan, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schilichting (Grace Ratliff) of Edgeley, N.D., and Frank Ratliff, of Carpenter, S. D. were week end visitors at the Leon Ratliff home. Mrs. I. E. Hansen entertained at a noon luncheon at her home Thurs- day. Guests were Mrs. T. A. Meagh- er and daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Lysen- gen. Mrs. Maizie Lawrence, Mrs. T. F. Meagher, Mrs. Arthur Meagher and daughter. Mary Jean. Mrs. C. F. Harris, all of this city and Mrs. Rob- ert Bailey of Wetland, Wyo. About 20 persons attended a re- union of the Marifjeren families at River park recently. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Marifjeren and son, Allyn, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Aaland and son, Dannie, Hoople; Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Peter- son, Fargo; Sivert Marifjeren, Bal- timore, Md.; Mrs. R. J. Diemer, of Great Falls, Mont., Johanna and Christine Rustagard and Malvin I Marifjeren of Hoople, Mr. and Mrs. I John Evenson of Edinburg and Miss Mabel Marifjeren, Park River. SPECIAL IIITRODUCTORY OFFER IGE PINEAPPLE00.qoo K a BEAIIS 20037 NORTHER 3--27 DALE = CAKE MIX e Ice Cream .... V200al. 750 Calif. Long Whites 10 Ibs 49 Ripe Jumbo, Ready to eat .... 2 for 35 Red Cardinal, Calif. Finest . lb. 33 qUALITY MEATS FOR LESS LJ-f-qt. Graded ? SIRLOIN STEAK ............. OR Ib 69c d p/. STEAK, U. S. Govt. graded .......... Ih 79 in, Pickle & P|mento, Ige bologna, lunch nloat COLD CUTS, Ib sgc "WALE BACON Ib 45 WALmX COUNTY PRES PARK RIVE NORTH DAKOTA PAGE FIVE Mrs. R. J. Diemer (Lillian Mari- fjeren) of Great Falls, Mont., was a visitor here over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson and fam- ily were in Bemidji, Minn., over the week end. H. I. Peterson of Fargo came up Sunday to get his wife, who had spent ten days here with her sister, Mabel Marifjeren. Mr. and Mrs. Thee Dahl and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Vreeland of Michi- gan, N. D., were visitors at Bemidji and Itasca Park over the Fourth. Visiting this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell White wre Mr. and Mrs. Bennet Walters and children of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Walters is a brother of Mrs. White. Joseph Weber of Chicago arrived Thursday for an indefinite stay at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Cow- ger and family. Mrs. Harvey McLean and son, Ronnie of Fargo and Mrs. Elmer Nordine of Breckenridge, Minn., vis- ited at the Wes Samson home last Thursday. Mrs. Jess Dregger of Mound, Min- nesota, was in Park River and Graf- ton this week visiting the Harold and Milton Peoples families. Mrs. Dregger and the Peoples' are cous- ins. She also visited an aunt, Mrs. Donald Campbell in Grand Forks. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Penas and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Penes and daughter, Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Budish and family, Jennifer Penas and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson of Mayville attended the wedding of Hubert Penas and Lois Samson at Mr. and Mrs. John Scott of Gilby called at the David Hylden farm in Vernon township the 4th. Mrs. Maizie Lawrence was a vis- itor at the Omer Scouten home at Inkster over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly and chil- dren were visitors in Minneapolis from Thursday to Sunday. Mrs. James Lawson of this city is reported to be quite ill a St. Ans- gar's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parke visit- ed in Duluth, Minn., a week ago with their son, Lt. Dean Parke and wife. Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson of Fergus Falls, Minn., spent last week here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olsen. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Heising of Fargo spent July 4 at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary E. Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Brien and children, Valeria and Tom, were visitors here the Fourth at the Henry Kelly home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Svir and their daughter, Lloydene, of Vancouver, Wash., have been visiting at the Tony Budish home the past week. Mrs. John Dobmeier of LaMoure was a visitor in Park River with relatives and friends over the week end. YOU'RE INVITED to Edinburg for supper tonight (July 7) serving begins 4 o'clock, Community Hall. Edinburg-Adams section of St. Mary's Altar Society Serving. All Welcome. Edinburg By Mrs. Oluf Oison Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Folson, Mr. and Mrs. B. Bartholomew and son, Freddie, returned Saturday after an extended trip to Yellowstone National park. They were joined at that place by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Folson and son, Buddy, of Eugene, Oregon. En route home they called on the O. J. Arnesons at Ryder. Two babies were dedicated in the Church of God at Edinburg recent- ly. They were Paul Ernest. son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wellman and Gary Orlyn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orlyn Nygard. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Windingland and family of Osnabroek were vis- itors Sunday at the Jacob Peterson home. Mrs. Julia Heave of Fairdale was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Skyrud. Mr. and Mrs, John M. Evenson arrived from Oklahoma. Mr. Even- son was recently discharged from the army. After spending the sum- mer in Edinburg the Evensons will go to Grand Forks. He will enroll at the University of North Dakota and Mrs. Evansenon will teach in a Grand Forks school. Lyle Geston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Geston, has been promoted to corporal, his parents have been in- formed. Cpl. Gesten is stationed in Korea and is expected home on a furlough in August. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Yoraway, of Halleck, Minn., were recent vis- Adams News By Mrs. Nordbye Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Walton of Minneapolis visited here recently with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Qually and with other relatives. Mrs. Lloyd Slatten and Mrs. Er- nest Lofthus were hostesses to the Hoff ladies aid Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl VanDyke and son and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Levang and son, of Watford City, were in Adams to visit with relatives and attend the 50th anniversary cele- bration here. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vaudrin and family left Friday to visit in various places in Canada. Mrs. Goodwin and son, Burt, left Thursday for their home in Flaxvil- le, Mont., after visiting with Mrs. Christina Wasing, a sister of Mrs. Goodwin. Russell Hatlestad arrived from the west coast to visit here and at Park River. A cradle roll party was given at the church Friday, July 1, for the children and their mothers. A spe- cial cake was made for the occasion. A group of parents and others gathered at the church Saturday af- ternoon to attend a program given by the children who had attended parochial school for two weeks. Mrs. Clara Hanson of Fargo, was the teacher. Lunch was served in the park. Mrs. Hanson was given several gifts. Mrs. Palmer Grove entertained at a party for her daughter, Patricia, Grafton Friday evening. Nancy, Carrie and Clark Penas took part in the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Charon re- turned Saturday from Chicago where they had visited their daugh- ter, Mrs. Bill Hausher (Delphine) and family. Mr. Hausher brought th@m home and returned to Chicago Sunday. Mr. Charon has been in ill health and confined to bed most of the past month. While in Chicago the Charons also visited with John Fitzpatrick and his mother, former Park River residents. J. E. Cowger and children, Bill, Delbert` Doug, Shirley and Marlene of Bonanaza, Alberta, Canada, were guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Cowger here from Tuesday to Friday last week. The men are brothers and had not seen each" oth- er for 30 years. On Sunday the two Cowger families were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Hariman in Grand Forks. Monday the above named visitors spent the day in Park River with the Dr. :wger family. Shirley, who had remained here for a visit, returned to Grand Forks with her family. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Harris enter- tained Tuesday evening of last week at dinner in their home complimen- tary to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Meagher, the occasion being their 25th wed- ding anniversary. Among the guests were mothers of the honored couple, Mrs. Maizie Lawrence and Mrs. T. F. Meagher of this city, together with their daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Ly- sengen and granddaughter, Debra, city, Mrs. Robert Bailey and chil- dren, Worland, Wyo.., Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Ellingson, Devils Lake: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meagher and their daughter Mary Jean Meagher, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Meagher and two daughters, Susan and Nancy and John Meagher, son of the honored couple. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sorenson visited with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wohrle of Whiting, Ind., at Ben- son. Minn., over the Fourth. Mrs. Wohrle is the former Marie Ples- [ ner, who made her home here for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dougherty and Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Bateman left last Friday, July 1, on a trip to Portland, Oreg., to be away about two weeks. The Doughertys will vis- it their son, Dan Dougherty and family while the Batemans will be with Mrs. Bateman's sister, Mrs. H. Havelhurst (Dena Reinertson). Rev. and Mrs. Henry Bober and son, James, left Monday for Minot to visit at Pastor Bober's parental home.. Mrs. Bober and James went on to Willow City., N. D., to visit her relatives. James plans to remain there to spend the summer with an uncle on the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gorder and daughter, Annie returned from a vacation trip to Idaho where they visite@ with their daughter, Mrs. Carl McLean. They also visited at Balta, N. D., with another son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lovcik. Guests over last week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bena were their daughter, Kathryn of Chicago and their niece, Mrs. Ted Figler (Frances Flynn) of Chicago. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Gid Klein of Fargo and the L. R. Hankey family of Red Lake Falls, Minn. HOS,,rrAi--00-00 - - Medical patients at St Ansgar's hospital this week have included: Mrs. Frank Slama, Milton, Gertrude Spornitz, Park River, Mrs. Bertha Radke, Crystal, Theresa Jelinek, Pi- sek, Mrs. Jas. Lawson, and Philip Chan, Park River, Raynard Byars, Milton Mrs. G. Sharpe, Park River. 6-O-O-D USED CARS =. CLEAN & READY TO GO! umnl i 1952 Studebaker Commander fordor 1952 Power Glide Chevrolet 1952 Ford Custom tudor 1951 Chevrolet Fordor Sedan 1951 I HC Truck, two-ton 1947 Chev Truck, 2-ton with box hoist 1953 Studebaker pickup 1.ton 1951 Int. s/00-Ton, with box and cattle Rack SILLIMAN IMPLEMENT C0. PAR'" RIVER, NORTH itors at the Edwin Nygard and Ed- eight years old. A picnic was en- die Troftgruben homes, joyed and a birthday lunch was Mrs. Taletha Mechum of Seattle served. is visiting relatives here. l Mr. and Mrs. Charley Rice of Mr. and Mrs. Sundrey Evenson, t Vallejo ,Clair., former local resi- Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Evenson and ldents , visited here a few days last family, Mrs. Arthur Erickson, all of week. Bengough, Sask., are visiting here. I Rev. and Mrs. B. J. Harlem of The Eddie Troftgruben family, t Taylor, Wis., came to attend the Mr. and Mrs. Ludvig Troftgruben, funeral of Syvert Bjorg last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sundrey Troftgruben Carole Grove and Nancy Bee at- were supper guests Sunday at the tended the Lutheran Bible camp Halfdan Toftgruben home at Ad- ams. YOU'RE INVITED to Edinburg for supper tonight (July 7) serving begins 4 o'clock, Community Hall. Edinburg-Adams section of St. Mary's Altar Society Serving. All Welcome. The Leonard Mecham family left Saturday for their home in Seattle after spending two weeks here. Mrs. Henry Gullingsrud arrived home last week from the Deaconess hospital in Grand Forks where she had been a surgical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Skyrud re- turned last week from a week's vis- it at Powers Lake. Minor and Am- brose, N. D. While there they at- tended the funeral of Dan Haave at Powers Lake. He was an uncle of Mrs. Haave. Mr. and Mrs. George 1Vygard, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Olson were Sunday guests at the Carl Oison home at Edmore. Aerial spraying for nosquite con- trol was done Saturday morning in Edinburg. Joseph Nygard had tl misfortune on Monday to cut o one of his fingers and lacerated two other fin- gers while operating a power lawn mower. He was rushed to Grafton for medical attention. Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Samson and Glen Samson of Fairdale and Bob Nordine of Breckenridge were vis- itors at the Wes Samson home over the Fourth. last week. ] Mrs. Selma Ellingson and son, i Silas, of Wishek plan to spend a week in Adams. Friday they.will go to Garrison and will visit in Paler- mo and New Town near Stanley. They will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Nels OmdaIen. Thelma Midboe was hospitalized at Drayton a few days recently. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lundene and Mrs. Clara Swenson, accompanied by Mrs. Ole Hellem autoed to Sher- wood to visit with Mrs. Swenson's sister. Mrs Josie Pederson. The next day the Lundenes and Mrs. Hellum werit to Ratcliff. Canada where Mrs. Hellem will visit her daughter, Mrs. Ted Larson and family for a few months. The others returned home this week end. Watch Our Windows For Surprise Saturday Specials ! Jim's Bakery Park River, N. D. POLIJ ALUMINUM BEVERAGE 2 bddge - JULY 7, 1955 0Seide of Edinburg was a it the Eddie Clemetson home and Mrs. Bob Reed and Mrs. Brombora of Los Angeles guests at the Norman Cole lt week. INVITED to Edinburg tonight (July 7) serving O'clock. Community Hall. section of St. Society Serving. All t Neff Marifjeren of San Diegp, and Lt. Col and Mrs. Don and family of Honolulu, are visiting this week at of Mrs. P. J. Kenney and Ienney home. Howard Mandt and Muskegon, Mich., visit- Mandt home July Children. Jack, Mary and remained here for a day are also visiting at the home in Edinburg. )nY Entzminger of May- Mrs, John Jorgenson and of Hunter, were guests Mrs. Earl Olson last guests at the Olson week have been Joan- of Calvin and Lois of Langdon. THANKS OUr friends and relatives gifts, cards and greetings of our golden wed- ry we say, many Bless you all. and Mrs. B. Dub * ribbons at The Press. Mrs. Bert Levin of this city is a surgical patient at St. Ansgar's hos- Mrs. Ada Carroll of Glasgow, Iont., was a visitor this week at the home of Mrs. Harry O'Brien. Mrs. Tony Budish is a surgical patient at the Deaconess hospital, Grand Forks. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gustafson and daughter Marlene, of Silverton, Ore., were guests last week at the Willis Bogert home. Sunday and Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Simon were Vernon Simon of Calio. N. D., and Donald Bray of Ogena, Minn. Lt. and Mrs. Dean Parke of Du- luth, Minn., Barbara Knudson of Grand Forks, Mrs. Lloyd Lysengen and daughter, Debra, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. eve Antonson and son, Tommy, of Minnewaukan, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schilichting (Grace Ratliff) of Edgeley, N.D., and Frank Ratliff, of Carpenter, S. D. were week end visitors at the Leon Ratliff home. Mrs. I. E. Hansen entertained at a noon luncheon at her home Thurs- day. Guests were Mrs. T. A. Meagh- er and daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Lysen- gen. Mrs. Maizie Lawrence, Mrs. T. F. Meagher, Mrs. Arthur Meagher and daughter. Mary Jean. Mrs. C. F. Harris, all of this city and Mrs. Rob- ert Bailey of Wetland, Wyo. About 20 persons attended a re- union of the Marifjeren families at River park recently. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Marifjeren and son, Allyn, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Aaland and son, Dannie, Hoople; Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Peter- son, Fargo; Sivert Marifjeren, Bal- timore, Md.; Mrs. R. J. Diemer, of Great Falls, Mont., Johanna and Christine Rustagard and Malvin I Marifjeren of Hoople, Mr. and Mrs. I John Evenson of Edinburg and Miss Mabel Marifjeren, Park River. SPECIAL IIITRODUCTORY OFFER IGE PINEAPPLE00.qoo K a BEAIIS 20037 NORTHER 3--27 DALE = CAKE MIX e Ice Cream .... V200al. 750 Calif. Long Whites 10 Ibs 49 Ripe Jumbo, Ready to eat .... 2 for 35 Red Cardinal, Calif. Finest . lb. 33 qUALITY MEATS FOR LESS LJ-f-qt. Graded ? SIRLOIN STEAK ............. OR Ib 69c d p/. STEAK, U. S. Govt. graded .......... Ih 79 in, Pickle & P|mento, Ige bologna, lunch nloat COLD CUTS, Ib sgc "WALE BACON Ib 45 WALmX COUNTY PRES PARK RIVE NORTH DAKOTA PAGE FIVE Mrs. R. J. Diemer (Lillian Mari- fjeren) of Great Falls, Mont., was a visitor here over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson and fam- ily were in Bemidji, Minn., over the week end. H. I. Peterson of Fargo came up Sunday to get his wife, who had spent ten days here with her sister, Mabel Marifjeren. Mr. and Mrs. Thee Dahl and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Vreeland of Michi- gan, N. D., were visitors at Bemidji and Itasca Park over the Fourth. Visiting this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell White wre Mr. and Mrs. Bennet Walters and children of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Walters is a brother of Mrs. White. Joseph Weber of Chicago arrived Thursday for an indefinite stay at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Cow- ger and family. Mrs. Harvey McLean and son, Ronnie of Fargo and Mrs. Elmer Nordine of Breckenridge, Minn., vis- ited at the Wes Samson home last Thursday. Mrs. Jess Dregger of Mound, Min- nesota, was in Park River and Graf- ton this week visiting the Harold and Milton Peoples families. Mrs. Dregger and the Peoples' are cous- ins. She also visited an aunt, Mrs. Donald Campbell in Grand Forks. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Penas and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Penes and daughter, Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Budish and family, Jennifer Penas and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson of Mayville attended the wedding of Hubert Penas and Lois Samson at Mr. and Mrs. John Scott of Gilby called at the David Hylden farm in Vernon township the 4th. Mrs. Maizie Lawrence was a vis- itor at the Omer Scouten home at Inkster over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly and chil- dren were visitors in Minneapolis from Thursday to Sunday. Mrs. James Lawson of this city is reported to be quite ill a St. Ans- gar's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parke visit- ed in Duluth, Minn., a week ago with their son, Lt. Dean Parke and wife. Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson of Fergus Falls, Minn., spent last week here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olsen. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Heising of Fargo spent July 4 at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary E. Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Brien and children, Valeria and Tom, were visitors here the Fourth at the Henry Kelly home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Svir and their daughter, Lloydene, of Vancouver, Wash., have been visiting at the Tony Budish home the past week. Mrs. John Dobmeier of LaMoure was a visitor in Park River with relatives and friends over the week end. YOU'RE INVITED to Edinburg for supper tonight (July 7) serving begins 4 o'clock, Community Hall. Edinburg-Adams section of St. Mary's Altar Society Serving. All Welcome. Edinburg By Mrs. Oluf Oison Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Folson, Mr. and Mrs. B. Bartholomew and son, Freddie, returned Saturday after an extended trip to Yellowstone National park. They were joined at that place by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Folson and son, Buddy, of Eugene, Oregon. En route home they called on the O. J. Arnesons at Ryder. Two babies were dedicated in the Church of God at Edinburg recent- ly. They were Paul Ernest. son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wellman and Gary Orlyn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orlyn Nygard. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Windingland and family of Osnabroek were vis- itors Sunday at the Jacob Peterson home. Mrs. Julia Heave of Fairdale was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Skyrud. Mr. and Mrs, John M. Evenson arrived from Oklahoma. Mr. Even- son was recently discharged from the army. After spending the sum- mer in Edinburg the Evensons will go to Grand Forks. He will enroll at the University of North Dakota and Mrs. Evansenon will teach in a Grand Forks school. Lyle Geston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Geston, has been promoted to corporal, his parents have been in- formed. Cpl. Gesten is stationed in Korea and is expected home on a furlough in August. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Yoraway, of Halleck, Minn., were recent vis- Adams News By Mrs. Nordbye Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Walton of Minneapolis visited here recently with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Qually and with other relatives. Mrs. Lloyd Slatten and Mrs. Er- nest Lofthus were hostesses to the Hoff ladies aid Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl VanDyke and son and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Levang and son, of Watford City, were in Adams to visit with relatives and attend the 50th anniversary cele- bration here. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vaudrin and family left Friday to visit in various places in Canada. Mrs. Goodwin and son, Burt, left Thursday for their home in Flaxvil- le, Mont., after visiting with Mrs. Christina Wasing, a sister of Mrs. Goodwin. Russell Hatlestad arrived from the west coast to visit here and at Park River. A cradle roll party was given at the church Friday, July 1, for the children and their mothers. A spe- cial cake was made for the occasion. A group of parents and others gathered at the church Saturday af- ternoon to attend a program given by the children who had attended parochial school for two weeks. Mrs. Clara Hanson of Fargo, was the teacher. Lunch was served in the park. Mrs. Hanson was given several gifts. Mrs. Palmer Grove entertained at a party for her daughter, Patricia, Grafton Friday evening. Nancy, Carrie and Clark Penas took part in the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Charon re- turned Saturday from Chicago where they had visited their daugh- ter, Mrs. Bill Hausher (Delphine) and family. Mr. Hausher brought th@m home and returned to Chicago Sunday. Mr. Charon has been in ill health and confined to bed most of the past month. While in Chicago the Charons also visited with John Fitzpatrick and his mother, former Park River residents. J. E. Cowger and children, Bill, Delbert` Doug, Shirley and Marlene of Bonanaza, Alberta, Canada, were guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Cowger here from Tuesday to Friday last week. The men are brothers and had not seen each" oth- er for 30 years. On Sunday the two Cowger families were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Hariman in Grand Forks. Monday the above named visitors spent the day in Park River with the Dr. :wger family. Shirley, who had remained here for a visit, returned to Grand Forks with her family. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Harris enter- tained Tuesday evening of last week at dinner in their home complimen- tary to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Meagher, the occasion being their 25th wed- ding anniversary. Among the guests were mothers of the honored couple, Mrs. Maizie Lawrence and Mrs. T. F. Meagher of this city, together with their daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Ly- sengen and granddaughter, Debra, city, Mrs. Robert Bailey and chil- dren, Worland, Wyo.., Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Ellingson, Devils Lake: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meagher and their daughter Mary Jean Meagher, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Meagher and two daughters, Susan and Nancy and John Meagher, son of the honored couple. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sorenson visited with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wohrle of Whiting, Ind., at Ben- son. Minn., over the Fourth. Mrs. Wohrle is the former Marie Ples- [ ner, who made her home here for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dougherty and Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Bateman left last Friday, July 1, on a trip to Portland, Oreg., to be away about two weeks. The Doughertys will vis- it their son, Dan Dougherty and family while the Batemans will be with Mrs. Bateman's sister, Mrs. H. Havelhurst (Dena Reinertson). Rev. and Mrs. Henry Bober and son, James, left Monday for Minot to visit at Pastor Bober's parental home.. Mrs. Bober and James went on to Willow City., N. D., to visit her relatives. James plans to remain there to spend the summer with an uncle on the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gorder and daughter, Annie returned from a vacation trip to Idaho where they visite@ with their daughter, Mrs. Carl McLean. They also visited at Balta, N. D., with another son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lovcik. Guests over last week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bena were their daughter, Kathryn of Chicago and their niece, Mrs. Ted Figler (Frances Flynn) of Chicago. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Gid Klein of Fargo and the L. R. Hankey family of Red Lake Falls, Minn. HOS,,rrAi--00-00 - - Medical patients at St Ansgar's hospital this week have included: Mrs. Frank Slama, Milton, Gertrude Spornitz, Park River, Mrs. Bertha Radke, Crystal, Theresa Jelinek, Pi- sek, Mrs. Jas. Lawson, and Philip Chan, Park River, Raynard Byars, Milton Mrs. G. Sharpe, Park River. 6-O-O-D USED CARS =. CLEAN & READY TO GO! umnl i 1952 Studebaker Commander fordor 1952 Power Glide Chevrolet 1952 Ford Custom tudor 1951 Chevrolet Fordor Sedan 1951 I HC Truck, two-ton 1947 Chev Truck, 2-ton with box hoist 1953 Studebaker pickup 1.ton 1951 Int. s/00-Ton, with box and cattle Rack SILLIMAN IMPLEMENT C0. PAR'" RIVER, NORTH itors at the Edwin Nygard and Ed- eight years old. A picnic was en- die Troftgruben homes, joyed and a birthday lunch was Mrs. Taletha Mechum of Seattle served. is visiting relatives here. l Mr. and Mrs. Charley Rice of Mr. and Mrs. Sundrey Evenson, t Vallejo ,Clair., former local resi- Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Evenson and ldents , visited here a few days last family, Mrs. Arthur Erickson, all of week. Bengough, Sask., are visiting here. I Rev. and Mrs. B. J. Harlem of The Eddie Troftgruben family, t Taylor, Wis., came to attend the Mr. and Mrs. Ludvig Troftgruben, funeral of Syvert Bjorg last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sundrey Troftgruben Carole Grove and Nancy Bee at- were supper guests Sunday at the tended the Lutheran Bible camp Halfdan Toftgruben home at Ad- ams. YOU'RE INVITED to Edinburg for supper tonight (July 7) serving begins 4 o'clock, Community Hall. Edinburg-Adams section of St. Mary's Altar Society Serving. All Welcome. The Leonard Mecham family left Saturday for their home in Seattle after spending two weeks here. Mrs. Henry Gullingsrud arrived home last week from the Deaconess hospital in Grand Forks where she had been a surgical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Skyrud re- turned last week from a week's vis- it at Powers Lake. Minor and Am- brose, N. D. While there they at- tended the funeral of Dan Haave at Powers Lake. He was an uncle of Mrs. Haave. Mr. and Mrs. George 1Vygard, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Olson were Sunday guests at the Carl Oison home at Edmore. Aerial spraying for nosquite con- trol was done Saturday morning in Edinburg. Joseph Nygard had tl misfortune on Monday to cut o one of his fingers and lacerated two other fin- gers while operating a power lawn mower. He was rushed to Grafton for medical attention. Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Samson and Glen Samson of Fairdale and Bob Nordine of Breckenridge were vis- itors at the Wes Samson home over the Fourth. last week. ] Mrs. Selma Ellingson and son, i Silas, of Wishek plan to spend a week in Adams. Friday they.will go to Garrison and will visit in Paler- mo and New Town near Stanley. They will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Nels OmdaIen. Thelma Midboe was hospitalized at Drayton a few days recently. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lundene and Mrs. Clara Swenson, accompanied by Mrs. Ole Hellem autoed to Sher- wood to visit with Mrs. Swenson's sister. Mrs Josie Pederson. The next day the Lundenes and Mrs. Hellum werit to Ratcliff. Canada where Mrs. Hellem will visit her daughter, Mrs. Ted Larson and family for a few months. The others returned home this week end. 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