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i, TO BUY: in Park River. Write or H. R. Walker, Hoople. *2 JULY 7, 1955 WALSH COUNTY PPSS, PARK RIVE NORTH DAKOTA P* .'' 00d$1S p't F U Smith Gives WCAS Report and thestateexperimentalstation. Association 4r I t Many educational projects are car- ary Scho: U ried on during the year to bring accredited, n . new ideas to farmers and homemak- tainable, by The annual report of Public Instr ,County Agricultural ;h:hefoWratlh h Custom hay baling. Sq. Frank Lovcik, Pisek j7* 80 acres of hay land on Thora Rike, Edinburg BALING, sq bales. Twine A. Ramsey, Park River. 36832. j14* floor sander and edger, equipment. Marshall Wells, River, tf 2 cows, just fresh. Also F3. Harvey Lofts- city. Dial 37011. j14 Sander and edge.r, and Polisher. Malde & Sharpe Park River. tf CALF--Owner pay for and adv. F. Loveik, Park X to Buy: Good used sewing Must be in good shape. 2. tf Basements, Water lines, septic tanks in- Free estimates. Construction Co. Box 347, Phone 1197. tf WELLS, drilled and bored, i diameters. We sell and water systemA Dial Porter Well Co., Park N.D. tt PIANO  Available for with good credit. Low payments or substantial for cash. For complete in- write Credit Mgr. Box j7 * John Deere Baler, 2 yrs k-1 shape, used very little. rake. Used very lit- 2-wheel trailer to carry lke. Reasonable if taken at Geary, Adams. Dial 4131 Freez & short order Reason for selling, ill Located 1 mi W. of Willis- oil U. S. highways 2 & 85, traffic. Daily trade 400 to can be had. Write Investments, Inc. Box 930, N.D. 1 2 bedroom 1954-55 school year has been com- pleted by Supt. F. U. Smith and sub- mitted to the County Commissioners and the Board of Trustees. In addi- tion to a narrative report of the activities, it contains a detaiIed fi- nancial summary. SPRING WATER funds from state and federal sources amounted to $46,319.06. The actual expenditures of the year of $95,388.40 were below the budget by $6,666.06. They were dis-i tributed as follows: staff salaries (teachers, extension agents and of- :rice help) $65,585.91, janitors $6,386.- 56; Board of Trustees, $365.39; Book The budget for the county school Audit, $45.00; fuel, $4,304.77; l!ght & provides not only for the Agricul-I water, $2,034.22; drayage, $192.10; rural School of the county, but for freight and telegraph, $133.36; tern- complete extension service as well, phone, $724.07; juror.or supphes, including both an extension agent $1,111.51, office supphes $1,142.09; and a home agent ' extension supplies, $596.12; shop By an act passed by the 1949 leg- islature it became possible for Park River School District No. 78 to levy special 12 mill levy within their own district, over and above the county levy, to aid in the support of the school. When the 1953 legislature increased the county high school tuition to two mills, the 12 mill per- missable figure was amended to read 10 mills. Park River School dis- trier No. 78 has levied the maximum permissable levy for the support of the County School since the law was first passed in 1949. Only slightly over 40% of the $101.596.19 total receipts for the year came from the 2 mill coun- ty levy. The amount from this sour- ce was $40,912.73. Other sources of revenue were as follows: State ap- 'propriations, $9,225.00, state voca- tional aid, $2,254.93; state high school tuition, $21,576.00, county share of county tuition $7,273.31; state share of county tuition, $7,110.- 69; Park River School Dist. 78 levy, 041.09, federal reimbursement 864.44, and miscellaneous, $50.00 rom the above it will be noted that F You need... . BUSINESS FORMS , ENVELOPES , LETTERHEADS , POTATO TAGS STATEMENTS , TICKETS , AUCTION BILLS THEN-See us-- We specialize in fine printing at a reasonable price. See us for an estimate! Walsh County Press high quality, all put spring water, contract licensed, state ap- K]o8 Bros. Springs. contents well within recommended by Public Health Delivered by llver Desautel, Hoople, Dial 32471  BJerke,  Phone "/43 r, spr water service Qrafto Call 534 BROS. SPRINGS River Dial 23120 . Prefesslonal ROY A. Nr=STE Lawyer Zl 36781 Park River supplies, $598.86; class supplies, 1,- 204.50; maintenance and building repair, $2,010.31; equipment $2,049- 81; library, $281.60; mileage, $3,139.- 54; insurance $103.98; social secur- ity and teachers retirement $1,260.- 79; printing and emergency. $1,812.- 64. The complete detailed report is in the hands of the County Auditor, County Superintendent of Schools, State Superintendent of Public In- struction, members of the Board of County Commissioners, the Board Galloway & Otis pLaefl,:e Llm.Ued t2T''rh, e lk:,kmee of Vision. Qalloway Vernon Otis Lek H. D. Phone PHtingerud M. D. and Su.eon 222Vl Rat 22041 IUver, North Dakota S FUNERAL Park River, N. D. Directory DR. R. W. BALDWIN Dentt Park River Dial 228Sl DR. J. V. JAEHNING Dentist GraLtou N.D. Phone Ofce over J. C. lany's DR. M. C. FLATEN DENTIST Phone I, call 2 Edinburg. N. D. NORTH SIDE GROCERY Gmeemhm & Cold MeLts Homer Lueke Prop. Open week days 8 8 ,- to 8 p. m. Sunday8 2 to 0 p n'- Perk River - Dial 1 PARK RIVER ELECTRIC Boo us for Form k Homo wirtn I,o s, rum oetS- nude Llusneed t bonded D!81  Puk RIvw of the County School and is avail- able to anyone for inspection. All accounts of the school are audited annually by the state examiner's of- fice and a report made to school of- ficials. Legislation was passed at the last session of the legislature permitting Park River School District 78 Lo levy up to 10 mills for a building program for the Walsh County School. Following passage of this legislation, the Walsh County Com- missioners approved a lea of $125,- 000 from the School Construction Fund to supplement the building funds on hand. Wells & Denbrook of Grand Forks were employed as as architects for an addition to the school plant. Plans for said addition have been completed and opening of bids has been scheduled for July 22. A major objective of the school has always been to promote the Ag- ricultural and rural welfare of Walsh County. To do this, the school cooperates in many ways with the North Dakota Agricultural Cllege ers. This past year adult farmer classes were conducted at Hoople and Adams and two adult shop classes were coducted at Park Riv- er. Perhapsthe outstanding organiza- i tion within the school is the FFA ]chapter. Again this past year na- i tional and state recognition has been earned by this group. Gerald Puppe was a member of the State Livestock judging team in Kansas City last fall and represented the local chapter at the National con- 'vention. This team received a gold award in the contest, the highest award obtainable. Dale Longtin received the Ameri- can Farmer Degree, the highest de- gree obtainable on a national level, State Farmer degrees, highest de- gree obtainable on the state level, went to three members the past year, Donald McKenzie, Gerald Puppe and Marvin Onstad. McKen- zie wa named state president for the year 1955-56. The school retains its rating and membership in the North Central I  DIIq'ECTOR8 lomuN day NO4 N4I oz t081 WUs SAMSON J.L EHSD8 _ sen mmrr KENNEYS HOL Mr. and Mrs. Cecil merty of Moorhead, expc this month for California their home. Mr. Kenney is , er Park River resident, being of Mrs. P. J. Kenney of this pi, In compliment to the departin couple and their children, several other members of their family gath- ercd at Lake Melissa for a reunion last week end. Among the guests were Mrs. P. J. Kenney and the J. C. Kenney family of Park River, Lt. Co. and Mrs. Don Sherman (Kath- ryn Kenney) and children who are en route to Hawaii where he will be stationed for two years: Mr. and Harry Carlson (Stella Kenney) of Seattle; Mrs. Nell Marifjeren (Mary Kenney of San Diego, Calif; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kenney of Bis- marck; Mr. and Mrs. Millard Eck- mann Mabel Kenney) and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bach (Angelyn Ken- hey) of Fargo. Mrs. Anna Skalet who spent four weeks at Chateau, Mont., at the home of her son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Baker, has returned home. She reported that crops in Montana were very good. | WATCH OUT FOR THE Fast Talking Salesman Every year about this time, out-of-town salesmen make their appearance in this territory. Any reputable lumber dealer can tell you what happens next! People complain about being charg- ed outrageous prices ... complain about inferior materials and poor workmanship. And, so we issue this friendly warning; Be on your guard against hit-and-run selling tactics .... don't be high pressured into buying a roof or siding job at double regular prices .... above all, get a quotation from your local Robertson Yard before you buy. Make sure you know what you're getting. Any Robertson Yard will be happy to give you an estimate without cost or obligation. This Is What You Should Pay ROOFIN6 Roofing Is sold by the bundle or by the square. It t-,es thzee bsmdlos or one square to cover azs are I0 x I0 ft. An average al, roof, cmnpleimly applied, should cost about-- $6.39 per month SIDING /Lsbeos cement siding is the moat 3x] I. This is also sold hF the  An average home can be resided, including all labor charges, for as llJle u-- with Tufflex $11.19 insulation per month This Is What You Should Get No. 1 quality B. F. Nelson or U. S. G. L0K tire-on-230 pound shingles. Lat- est colors and patterns (No discontin- ued lines or factory seconds). Applied by local workmen and sold by a local Robertson yard . . . backing up a guarantee of complete satisfaction. We'll apply INSULATING SIDING on the average home, including material and insurance on labor, for as little as $14.38 per month. U. S. G. First Grade Asbestos Siding. All siding looks good when R's first applied. But it takes first quality ma- terial, skillfully applied, to hold up year after year. Because your local Robertson yard is a part of the com- munity, we make certain that every- thing is right. :. We want you to be a satisfied customer for years to come. all labor and THE I:IOBEBTSON LUMBER COMPANY i THERE'S A ROBERTSON YARD NEAR Park River, N.D. Vernon Chally, Mgr. YOU Dial' 36601 You Can Bale Hem[l[ For with For Trouble-Free Boling me NODAK BALER TWINE -- A Quality Twiem thor gh, es you Heovler, Better Boles. t NODAK Brand is the Only Baler end Binder Twine mode in Horth Dokoo. Distributed by Dokofa Maid Warehouses NODAK BAL.'ER TWINE is treated to Repel Mildew, Insects and Rodents. Tensile Strength to 350 lb. Average. Approx. Imtely 210 ft. per pound. Manufactured by N. D. Twine , Cordage Piat, N, D. State Penitentiary J SILLIMAN IMPLEMENT PARK RIVER 0 & M ELEVATOR LANKIN ..-: MACHART HARWARE LANKIN FARMERS GRAIN CO. HOOPLE FARMERS ELEVATOR ADAMS FORDVILLE FARMERS SUPPLY FORDVILLE !, i, TO BUY: in Park River. Write or H. R. Walker, Hoople. *2 JULY 7, 1955 WALSH COUNTY PPSS, PARK RIVE NORTH DAKOTA P* .'' 00d$1S p't F U Smith Gives WCAS Report and thestateexperimentalstation. Association 4r I t Many educational projects are car- ary Scho: U ried on during the year to bring accredited, n . new ideas to farmers and homemak- tainable, by The annual report of Public Instr ,County Agricultural ;h:hefoWratlh h Custom hay baling. Sq. Frank Lovcik, Pisek j7* 80 acres of hay land on Thora Rike, Edinburg BALING, sq bales. Twine A. Ramsey, Park River. 36832. j14* floor sander and edger, equipment. Marshall Wells, River, tf 2 cows, just fresh. Also F3. Harvey Lofts- city. Dial 37011. j14 Sander and edge.r, and Polisher. Malde & Sharpe Park River. tf CALF--Owner pay for and adv. F. Loveik, Park X to Buy: Good used sewing Must be in good shape. 2. tf Basements, Water lines, septic tanks in- Free estimates. Construction Co. Box 347, Phone 1197. tf WELLS, drilled and bored, i diameters. We sell and water systemA Dial Porter Well Co., Park N.D. tt PIANO  Available for with good credit. Low payments or substantial for cash. For complete in- write Credit Mgr. Box j7 * John Deere Baler, 2 yrs k-1 shape, used very little. rake. Used very lit- 2-wheel trailer to carry lke. Reasonable if taken at Geary, Adams. Dial 4131 Freez & short order Reason for selling, ill Located 1 mi W. of Willis- oil U. S. highways 2 & 85, traffic. Daily trade 400 to can be had. Write Investments, Inc. Box 930, N.D. 1 2 bedroom 1954-55 school year has been com- pleted by Supt. F. U. Smith and sub- mitted to the County Commissioners and the Board of Trustees. In addi- tion to a narrative report of the activities, it contains a detaiIed fi- nancial summary. SPRING WATER funds from state and federal sources amounted to $46,319.06. The actual expenditures of the year of $95,388.40 were below the budget by $6,666.06. They were dis-i tributed as follows: staff salaries (teachers, extension agents and of- :rice help) $65,585.91, janitors $6,386.- 56; Board of Trustees, $365.39; Book The budget for the county school Audit, $45.00; fuel, $4,304.77; l!ght & provides not only for the Agricul-I water, $2,034.22; drayage, $192.10; rural School of the county, but for freight and telegraph, $133.36; tern- complete extension service as well, phone, $724.07; juror.or supphes, including both an extension agent $1,111.51, office supphes $1,142.09; and a home agent ' extension supplies, $596.12; shop By an act passed by the 1949 leg- islature it became possible for Park River School District No. 78 to levy special 12 mill levy within their own district, over and above the county levy, to aid in the support of the school. When the 1953 legislature increased the county high school tuition to two mills, the 12 mill per- missable figure was amended to read 10 mills. Park River School dis- trier No. 78 has levied the maximum permissable levy for the support of the County School since the law was first passed in 1949. Only slightly over 40% of the $101.596.19 total receipts for the year came from the 2 mill coun- ty levy. The amount from this sour- ce was $40,912.73. Other sources of revenue were as follows: State ap- 'propriations, $9,225.00, state voca- tional aid, $2,254.93; state high school tuition, $21,576.00, county share of county tuition $7,273.31; state share of county tuition, $7,110.- 69; Park River School Dist. 78 levy, 041.09, federal reimbursement 864.44, and miscellaneous, $50.00 rom the above it will be noted that F You need... . BUSINESS FORMS , ENVELOPES , LETTERHEADS , POTATO TAGS STATEMENTS , TICKETS , AUCTION BILLS THEN-See us-- We specialize in fine printing at a reasonable price. See us for an estimate! Walsh County Press high quality, all put spring water, contract licensed, state ap- K]o8 Bros. Springs. contents well within recommended by Public Health Delivered by llver Desautel, Hoople, Dial 32471  BJerke,  Phone "/43 r, spr water service Qrafto Call 534 BROS. SPRINGS River Dial 23120 . Prefesslonal ROY A. Nr=STE Lawyer Zl 36781 Park River supplies, $598.86; class supplies, 1,- 204.50; maintenance and building repair, $2,010.31; equipment $2,049- 81; library, $281.60; mileage, $3,139.- 54; insurance $103.98; social secur- ity and teachers retirement $1,260.- 79; printing and emergency. $1,812.- 64. The complete detailed report is in the hands of the County Auditor, County Superintendent of Schools, State Superintendent of Public In- struction, members of the Board of County Commissioners, the Board Galloway & Otis pLaefl,:e Llm.Ued t2T''rh, e lk:,kmee of Vision. Qalloway Vernon Otis Lek H. D. Phone PHtingerud M. D. and Su.eon 222Vl Rat 22041 IUver, North Dakota S FUNERAL Park River, N. D. Directory DR. R. W. BALDWIN Dentt Park River Dial 228Sl DR. J. V. JAEHNING Dentist GraLtou N.D. Phone Ofce over J. C. lany's DR. M. C. FLATEN DENTIST Phone I, call 2 Edinburg. N. D. NORTH SIDE GROCERY Gmeemhm & Cold MeLts Homer Lueke Prop. Open week days 8 8 ,- to 8 p. m. Sunday8 2 to 0 p n'- Perk River - Dial 1 PARK RIVER ELECTRIC Boo us for Form k Homo wirtn I,o s, rum oetS- nude Llusneed t bonded D!81  Puk RIvw of the County School and is avail- able to anyone for inspection. All accounts of the school are audited annually by the state examiner's of- fice and a report made to school of- ficials. Legislation was passed at the last session of the legislature permitting Park River School District 78 Lo levy up to 10 mills for a building program for the Walsh County School. Following passage of this legislation, the Walsh County Com- missioners approved a lea of $125,- 000 from the School Construction Fund to supplement the building funds on hand. Wells & Denbrook of Grand Forks were employed as as architects for an addition to the school plant. Plans for said addition have been completed and opening of bids has been scheduled for July 22. A major objective of the school has always been to promote the Ag- ricultural and rural welfare of Walsh County. To do this, the school cooperates in many ways with the North Dakota Agricultural Cllege ers. This past year adult farmer classes were conducted at Hoople and Adams and two adult shop classes were coducted at Park Riv- er. Perhapsthe outstanding organiza- i tion within the school is the FFA ]chapter. Again this past year na- i tional and state recognition has been earned by this group. Gerald Puppe was a member of the State Livestock judging team in Kansas City last fall and represented the local chapter at the National con- 'vention. This team received a gold award in the contest, the highest award obtainable. Dale Longtin received the Ameri- can Farmer Degree, the highest de- gree obtainable on a national level, State Farmer degrees, highest de- gree obtainable on the state level, went to three members the past year, Donald McKenzie, Gerald Puppe and Marvin Onstad. McKen- zie wa named state president for the year 1955-56. The school retains its rating and membership in the North Central I  DIIq'ECTOR8 lomuN day NO4 N4I oz t081 WUs SAMSON J.L EHSD8 _ sen mmrr KENNEYS HOL Mr. and Mrs. Cecil merty of Moorhead, expc this month for California their home. Mr. Kenney is , er Park River resident, being of Mrs. P. J. Kenney of this pi, In compliment to the departin couple and their children, several other members of their family gath- ercd at Lake Melissa for a reunion last week end. Among the guests were Mrs. P. J. Kenney and the J. C. Kenney family of Park River, Lt. Co. and Mrs. Don Sherman (Kath- ryn Kenney) and children who are en route to Hawaii where he will be stationed for two years: Mr. and Harry Carlson (Stella Kenney) of Seattle; Mrs. Nell Marifjeren (Mary Kenney of San Diego, Calif; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kenney of Bis- marck; Mr. and Mrs. Millard Eck- mann Mabel Kenney) and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bach (Angelyn Ken- hey) of Fargo. Mrs. Anna Skalet who spent four weeks at Chateau, Mont., at the home of her son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Baker, has returned home. She reported that crops in Montana were very good. | WATCH OUT FOR THE Fast Talking Salesman Every year about this time, out-of-town salesmen make their appearance in this territory. Any reputable lumber dealer can tell you what happens next! People complain about being charg- ed outrageous prices ... complain about inferior materials and poor workmanship. And, so we issue this friendly warning; Be on your guard against hit-and-run selling tactics .... don't be high pressured into buying a roof or siding job at double regular prices .... above all, get a quotation from your local Robertson Yard before you buy. Make sure you know what you're getting. Any Robertson Yard will be happy to give you an estimate without cost or obligation. This Is What You Should Pay ROOFIN6 Roofing Is sold by the bundle or by the square. It t-,es thzee bsmdlos or one square to cover azs are I0 x I0 ft. An average al, roof, cmnpleimly applied, should cost about-- $6.39 per month SIDING /Lsbeos cement siding is the moat 3x] I. This is also sold hF the  An average home can be resided, including all labor charges, for as llJle u-- with Tufflex $11.19 insulation per month This Is What You Should Get No. 1 quality B. F. Nelson or U. S. G. L0K tire-on-230 pound shingles. Lat- est colors and patterns (No discontin- ued lines or factory seconds). Applied by local workmen and sold by a local Robertson yard . . . backing up a guarantee of complete satisfaction. We'll apply INSULATING SIDING on the average home, including material and insurance on labor, for as little as $14.38 per month. U. S. G. First Grade Asbestos Siding. All siding looks good when R's first applied. But it takes first quality ma- terial, skillfully applied, to hold up year after year. Because your local Robertson yard is a part of the com- munity, we make certain that every- thing is right. :. We want you to be a satisfied customer for years to come. all labor and THE I:IOBEBTSON LUMBER COMPANY i THERE'S A ROBERTSON YARD NEAR Park River, N.D. Vernon Chally, Mgr. YOU Dial' 36601 You Can Bale Hem[l[ For with For Trouble-Free Boling me NODAK BALER TWINE -- A Quality Twiem thor gh, es you Heovler, Better Boles. t NODAK Brand is the Only Baler end Binder Twine mode in Horth Dokoo. Distributed by Dokofa Maid Warehouses NODAK BAL.'ER TWINE is treated to Repel Mildew, Insects and Rodents. Tensile Strength to 350 lb. Average. Approx. Imtely 210 ft. per pound. Manufactured by N. D. Twine , Cordage Piat, N, D. State Penitentiary J SILLIMAN IMPLEMENT PARK RIVER 0 & M ELEVATOR LANKIN ..-: MACHART HARWARE LANKIN FARMERS GRAIN CO. HOOPLE FARMERS ELEVATOR ADAMS FORDVILLE FARMERS SUPPLY FORDVILLE !,