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++++ ............ +++: ...... : .... _: ...... i ............... + ........ . : m -*  ............  of people who say. "I can&apos;t be done." .at. h e Carl Hendrlckson home. I " :' "   + --S0ringfleld, Minn., Advance Press. VIrs. C. A. Erickson daughter Emma ..... , --__  " I i Catholic Students Oppose Drinking - and sons Fredrick and Leonard vsit  M| '---t'l----- | Park River  i By a unanimous vote representa-'with Ebba Erickson ton Sunday t ![ JL 1 A M M  i b]l r][ Y T T- ]- V "[ I-  T I ",T I  tire college men from seventy-six ca.- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hosna were I !1 ;,   -  I! ' X, .[L , U, ] U  l ][ ]LI IN / i tholic schools have passed a resolution Pax. t" River callers last week. l |] '   '   ]| Ed: ...... ...... '' i  as opposing carrying and drinking li- The Legion dance given in. Adams I |] [" "Q]] h' ""  nl F'- r ]| ,tcu oy AIrs. 1NolLe i,,. Lross i'  quor at student social functions. The last Saturday was well attended. The  Ill/ x-v2Jl  I i i mfl I IV II -,.,-,.., ....... .;. re (t tion was adopted by apt)rex1- Agony Hounds of Wales furnished the Ill IW'fY'] 1] I || I I   I m, i II q,.__-  ... maely 350 delegates ttending the music. ] lU / KI E if IV il - *+++ .... - ...... /'-'rshi- con Mr and ''rs A'mer Erickson and' "== "--"- - -'"" "  "--    "" A. r I --- , National Stuoe.s . . - " " ' ' i - IM :77 "r    JF !| '. IN POLITICS work to rally the tremendous dry vention held at Loyola University, Wildner Erickson were Saturday el- IXI ! r f V w -Mr il I1 e a ..... i support which can be counted on for Chicago the middle of 5une. sitors in Park River. : [ I1| %,k ,t'.<!( Jh w U _--=--   |11 :  'nen"dc, taunAgainstlHerbert Hoover. Stops Jokes on Prohibition I The concert given by the "Adam, II kk// ._ B- AW. ]i '  ;hthe amtmen_ t rgam.z-I Earlier in the circular sent out by Members of the editorial staff of toe band last Tuesday was well.attende&[ il )lvP.lO(@t/#@ #e--.a- ] ANew. :;,-.avover pea-]the Women's committ'ee for the re- We:tern Newspaper Union, which pro- This was the first public appearance' |l f]%".'=--.'..l ,4/- ] n orarz., state t.heSeipeal of the 18th Amendment, there is vide editorial material for 11,000 since the band was organi:ed las , |1 i  m "u"A."..--[ : (wet aamns too'! ! quoted a 'letter from Ass'emblymat, newspapers, chiefly rural, with an es- spring. : _ ! |[: ,i',,: % , ;:::,, " .:/ K  eao-,='" at.m worz.aiJenck s in which he takes them to timated 25 000,000 readers. will not use Mr .and Mrs, Frank Drevecky and! |1 UWLbIORE$11 laent,l_ a prhlI task for attempting to defeat the enas in any form any "so-called joke" bus- family visited at the home of Mr. i1 . _  ]! : vat,- ,' introDuceD a:-' ,,stice In resnonse to this rebuk ^n  violation of the nrohibition law and Mrs Dr Irvin at Park River lASt, " tizationsa.g ral addYe:zlthe secretary of the committee, Mrs. ,ccording to instruction issued by Sunday. ! I[ F1avotee'-:i;!.)'/Jl fifteen :[e..suceessm'] David Holmes Moron, says the corn- Wright A. Patterson, editor in chief, i Anna Gronvold returned to Park |[4 /: ] by a [a.?ltcans . o mittee is justified in its activities by  iRiver on Saturday to resume her du- i |P' JyOilil  .rA@,, ".:%  :;i plr;"J::tY Ol tWO the words of Prident Hoover: v a %T'2"T%T ff'0T]D'  ties in D. Weed's office after spend- i | s a  . _.va __ _U % [|' the---. ae Irom co- "If honest citizens do not like th L..xz .,', vv ,J 'ing a couple of weeks visiting wlth I | t, a "l  ' P . | 0  erhl goveaumen , *'^'r dut" as honest men and  :home folks laell, ,. law, x*  . . . , i a ,Auxiliary to the women is to discourage its violation, Mrs. JoeDh M. Zahradka was call- i  ,a,rnt, rain accomllanied by, Ii 1.. *   Jl ,r^cj..er signed by tHgir right to openly work for its r, - cd to Lawten Wednesday by the death!, "'+,:'-': dam-ed tiree barn: t | .............. I ....... _ m,  , d;'t,: lat?2izer i ieal.', . _ cf her father, J. Matejcek:who died bl.ew'd"o%;'newl;"pu up hay stacks' t ILA'T0 t  mac .mu   .. 1 'Wa ^o , '.'" ..... hese wet organizat.ions are nor at his home n.,ar uawmn. Toe uner- o,, na -me minor wrecking north l |['... .. _  ,:|| becausereten2us lnj': discouraging violation of the law. The,:, ,! services were held atthe Z. C._B. and' :es(of Adams last Sunday at-: 1  ""'[ llt  1' 'f Pri .... a., "*'are actively engaged in a pro)uganda J. Lodge room a rosoouo's rrxaay . , 1 1 c'-. "=" aDorer's In-+: ,: oi, thousands that it ,s with interment in the Kosobud come-, tetnn" .. ........ il --O'H;: I [I : ---tmzin t , ,,, ,o -- ....... o - . MY and Mrs warl riiiae momrea i]%  ]1 local enfoga/ t?a ,atriotic to break th.e prohibition lawv. tory eight ml}e southwest of L ankm.! ,,. q,,f . r "Falls returning wit' R:,,, ...... 'e .......  .......... fwarleinroentvfor tl "- C E. Stencnnelclolwarren r4mn.. ........ Rive ' _ _.. |l:" Paokagel"e,,+: I|' ,  DUCk to the dry "."'h ":: "'Y ..... :  --2 ....  .... ," _  Voraehek made a trip to their daughters, Morns ana umnce, I |1  -iw.=-- r,.:: l| " Pinning their hopes repeal oI me Law ou arc u,=-- an ..................... .]lver's statement an  mining the constitution by a species Sberwcod and Hunch last week !o whho h::efewbeeeek!tmg relatives to, IIF.\\;:'I! [I hanging on tls er': fTulWtoi:a:i::tl.::ns have no pro-lm:t*.e:erp2aiCTPSt:tdea:teT:::t6:sl Ed:a Olson, telephone operator at I Ill O l'lt  I! is said to - " " [n'am. In all of the so-called "data" at those pbints, iPark River i.s spending her vacation t |]|   PukS.3 ]| : llv '-. De ac- :naued hv the Association Against Lawrence Haroldson of Adams was with home IOIKS. '[ l | 0"  :IC]EI) PF..ACHie..a,I. -II ,reti,.e. twill ;,:-,,;,,;,o., Amendment there ' a business caller in Lanin Fday. I Mr. and MY. L. M. Flugekvt, I ill ..'--',,.SK=-S II --'n'o = p?o';alex'cept that of 7Peuti:f A largeth:mLbuh:/ata3iesPeoAP; and fhrlendr;:i:fAFt River visiteci i]1 .."-   4 ...ur I1' "" I they have any theory for g attended 1 . with " ' I |l | $  ean F,. 7"|EV'-' ,",. l| or controlling t q " Lankin on ' -------------- " t !! _IN A"C 2':= :'ba;:, llhe li uor traffic it has meet"ng held at the Around Oaaraer, ner been expressed. The practicM home near leldaYaanerf:tly I: :.1| KmAKm.D. thes code of activities" " for illegal anl ..d back by Miss_ lIarcella_,_ "IValenta'ior a Mr" and Mrs A J Anne returnx;]l |1| "t't_'  ', : A$ ! a Vlt e ....  I unregulated contraband liquor. ] who came home . Iv om Mar]eta 1 home hom Tuesday from their trip. I i l | 26 . @l _ _ .-  II [ , Wisconsin's Futile Reveal wc,ez-'ana visl a nor p e . n h|t  pQ d[Ul I:!:: have been making much She is a student at the Teachers Co,- A large number of the Fairdale I[  19 *"J- ]!, l.The wets ............. '" "o 'o"' people took in. the Fair  Langoo- " Ill ="- "- t ,.. Z;;.-'..I:';,,, ll/: : hibition laws but it is qqlte evident Mrs. Loners Ooucna ann o .... The Fairdale Junior Band played " ':;  there that day. " ,t[ or.gement with ' Choll, the world out I,:_ pecialist, an  " personal staff  Store on the lOnstrate Dr. P that they accomplished little for Detroit, Mich.,came to Lnkin l "t their cause except to advertise Wis-'Week for a visit with her parents, Mr cousin as irreconcilable in is opposl and Mrs. John Swartz. tion to he 18h Amendment. I "Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Norman and , Wisconsin is still a part of the Un t . family motored her, from Baker. p" ion and subject to the Amendmen;i Mont., for a two weeks' visit at the which its own Legislature ratified. :home of Mrs. Non'nan s mother, Mrs. Now that it has no State prohibition Mary Gerstn'er and will also visit '"I law, all cases of liquor law violation other relatives while here. ' ' conm into the Federal courts and an- I ' It was reported by the committee of dee the drastic provisions of the the picnic held at the C, Zeman home Jones Law, a fact that considerably near Lankin for the benefit of the St. FS disturb the bootlegging fraternity. I Joseph's Catholic church that pr- I: fffl Now Wisconsin cities are passig ceeds put in th'e treasury were $91.55 defensive measures to prot'ect them'The entertainment was sponsored ly eholl s against local lawlessnes. Oshkosh Mesdames Charley Swartz, Alber .le  has a new ordinance giving strong,Ha,.azim and C Zeman and daugl ' police control over soft drink parlors, lter Lucy. with stringent measures again;* tle I Mr. and Mrs. C. Zeman entertained he here ,',+:e of intoxicants. FonduLac has a week ago Sunday' Mr. and Mrs. GiN bA ased a strong dry ordinance an bert Erickson and family of Graf- Kenosha is preparing one to prot'ec ton. L! ],t " tit from Chicago rum gangs. Mr. and Mrs. Dennes Sobolik mc- Ui||@ lllwst Superior on July 9th, through its tored to Fordville Saturday. Mr. So be" " ' it t st advan- city council, pas,ed a city liquor or- hk came home Monday while Mrs. dinance to provide police with the Sobolik stayed for a longer vls . ! 0[ nor- power of local enforcement. The law i Joe Kluzak and John Polak thow rel|eg 'provides fines of from $50 to $500 and umped out the school cistern an  [ll  OliVe jail sentences of from one to six gave it a good cleanmg. It s a l months. These and other Wisconsia ready now for a good rain. cities have ordinances under Which Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vorachek on. any soft drink license is revokable tertained at Sunday dinner in honor for infraction of the Federal law. ]of their daughter. Mrs. l'ank Skala Commenting on these measures tun of Oregon. who has spent the first Minneapolis Journal says "There part of the summer here visiting. promoters of public and private dring- Th'e following guests were present; seems to be no balm in Gilead for th ] Mr. and Mrs. John Vorachek and son ing. Just as their sun peeps out and'Charles pf Thief River Falls. Mr. corn2 st scientific, methods of troubles. He ,alysis of your and show you extent of your d how you can [Y relieved of This valuable Unothing. Take tt at once. ,rH CO. Park Riverl clouas gives promise of happy das, and Mrs. John Grane of Grafton, Mr. 'more dark clouds. And the ,nd Mrs. Frank Bins and family of can'y nothing but water." ]Brocket. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wits- Enforcement Logic I sek and son tt.rman, Mr. and Mr, ] Mimmsota has 20 district game Rudolph Witaek and son l=talph, and wardens and 129 wardens .a total or Mr. and Mrs. J. H Yorachek and fata- l40 officers to enforce the came laws. ily. besides the office force. These men are charged with th enforcement of i one )articular set of laws. They are on the job continually. And while I the game laws are violated to a very large extent, we don't hear any de- mand for their repeal The federal ]government has fewer men working at enforcement of the Volstead law than Minnesota employs to enforce, the game laws. And there are plenty Pleasure Trip Well as on Business Ve oney and trouble if your car Is put in good shape. t ,ents accidents with risk of lifo and limbs. Let uS " ear. We guarantee our work. "btCH TIRES--TEXACO GASOLINE AND OILS 00fllliam Sk'00erven's Garafie Miss Winifred Grady is spending her wcation with relatives at Gran- din P, nd Hendrum, Minn. She ven - there from Grand Forks with nor cousin Verna Grady on Tuesday. Axtell-Crampton Miss Joste Axt.ell, daughter of MY and Mrs. Harry Axtell and Harry[ Crampton, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. <,. Crampton. of Medford ffownship ex-I changed wedding vows at a ceremony performed at the Lutheran parsona- at Park River Tuesday morning, July 16. Rev. Strandjord officiated at the ceremonl'es. The bride was gowned in orchid silk and gold lace and hat to match. The brid,esmaid, Miss Velma Axtell the brides sister was cresses ' - " ra e The groom In yellow sxlk and c ,p .,_ was attended by William Pfanrtsmn of Fordville. After the ceremonies, wedding dinner was se_ved at two o'clock at the home of th, e brides par- --ts to the immediate relatives of the ten bride and groom. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Axtell and family of Madina. The young couple l left for a wedding trip to the western I part of the state. These popular , young people have a large number of  friends in this community, who wish them a long and happy married life. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Andracek and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryba motored to Maxbass for a few days visit at the Joseph Matejcek home near Maxbass. Mrs. Matejcek is a sister of Mr. An- dracek. l ADAMS 00EWS Norman Bun former resident of Adams arrived from Grand Forks for a couple weeks visit with friends. I. I! I : homeMr' .b, ndon FridayMrS" Henry#from LlenGrandreturned,Fqrks,, II ' ]rlIs LP', dlsi''..J_...: ....... 2 --M 25 = ,! where they took in the State Fair" / =| 1_" -'- ,. h.,  ' Shirley Mrs. g. Y. McGregor and Mr.. Mater Torgerson spent Friday at Mln- ..FCT 55 : ni il CRISCO !  S, ruI e" to with M. and Mrs. George Ault. William Meier and Jom pordon au-+ C lb. om 280 [  , c,.,., i: ++?:: toed to Minneapolis Minn. on Suhd Y'i ++n+ If Maier Torgerson ar Lyle Vote an-{ toed with the truck'to Grand Forks' I " ill,.NOWJ78 STORE$/nIieNoPIhWeSP Friday and brought back a load m] machinery for the Rornik Hardware.i '% , . % Farmers Of'W00sh County " ,,  Welcome to the Grand-opening. of your new organization Friday, luly 26th Bring us your cream and receive highest. cash prices in return , Golden Valley Creamery i t Cooperative Ebba Erickson and Melvin MeLeaa motored to Park River last, Saturday where Miss Eriokson consulted Dr. J.F. DIRKHISlNG, Manager PARK RIVe, N. D, Irvine regarding hr fratured leg. I Abner Levant of Park River was a business caller in Adams last wee. I Melvin Nygaard motored here from Grand Forks on Sunday and/visited + , II I ' I ++++ ............ +++: ...... : .... _: ...... i ............... + ........ . : m -*  ............  of people who say. "I can't be done." .at. h e Carl Hendrlckson home. I " :' "   + --S0ringfleld, Minn., Advance Press. VIrs. C. A. Erickson daughter Emma ..... , --__  " I i Catholic Students Oppose Drinking - and sons Fredrick and Leonard vsit  M| '---t'l----- | Park River  i By a unanimous vote representa-'with Ebba Erickson ton Sunday t ![ JL 1 A M M  i b]l r][ Y T T- ]- V "[ I-  T I ",T I  tire college men from seventy-six ca.- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hosna were I !1 ;,   -  I! ' X, .[L , U, ] U  l ][ ]L I IN / i tholic schools have passed a resolution Pax. t" River callers last week. l |] '   '   ]| Ed: ...... ...... '' i  as opposing carrying and drinking li- The Legion dance given in. Adams I |] [" "Q]] h' ""  nl F'- r ]| ,tcu oy AIrs. 1NolLe i,,. Lross i'  quor at student social functions. The last Saturday was well attended. The  Ill/ x-v2Jl  I i i mfl I IV II -,.,-,.., ....... .;. re (t tion was adopted by apt)rex1- Agony Hounds of Wales furnished the Ill IW'fY'] 1] I || I I   I m, i II q,.__-  ... maely 350 delegates ttending the music. ] lU / KI E if IV il - *+++ .... - ...... /'-'rshi- con Mr and ''rs A'mer Erickson and' "== "--"- - -'"" "  "--    "" A. r I --- , National Stuoe.s . . - " " ' ' i - IM :77 "r    JF !| '. IN POLITICS work to rally the tremendous dry vention held at Loyola University, Wildner Erickson were Saturday el- IXI ! r f V w -Mr il I1 e a ..... i support which can be counted on for Chicago the middle of 5une. sitors in Park River. : [ I1| %,k ,t'.<!( Jh w U _--=--   |11 :  'nen"dc, taunAgainstlHerbert Hoover. Stops Jokes on Prohibition I The concert given by the "Adam, II kk// ._ B- AW. ]i '  ;hthe amtmen_ t rgam.z-I Earlier in the circular sent out by Members of the editorial staff of toe band last Tuesday was well.attende&[ il )lvP.lO(@t/#@ #e--.a- ] ANew. :;,-.avover pea-]the Women's committ'ee for the re- We:tern Newspaper Union, which pro- This was the first public appearance' |l f]%".'=--.'..l ,4/- ] n orarz., state t.heSeipeal of the 18th Amendment, there is vide editorial material for 11,000 since the band was organi:ed las , |1 i  m "u"A."..--[ : (wet aamns too'! ! quoted a 'letter from Ass'emblymat, newspapers, chiefly rural, with an es- spring. : _ ! |[: ,i',,: % , ;:::,, " .:/ K  eao-,='" at.m worz.aiJenck s in which he takes them to timated 25 000,000 readers. will not use Mr .and Mrs, Frank Drevecky and! |1 UWLbIORE$11 laent,l_ a prhlI task for attempting to defeat the enas in any form any "so-called joke" bus- family visited at the home of Mr. i1 . _  ]! : vat,- ,' introDuceD a:-' ,,stice In resnonse to this rebuk ^n  violation of the nrohibition law and Mrs Dr Irvin at Park River lASt, " tizationsa.g ral addYe:zlthe secretary of the committee, Mrs. ,ccording to instruction issued by Sunday. ! I[ F1avotee'-:i;!.)'/Jl fifteen :[e..suceessm'] David Holmes Moron, says the corn- Wright A. Patterson, editor in chief, i Anna Gronvold returned to Park |[4 /: ] by a [a.?ltcans . o mittee is justified in its activities by  iRiver on Saturday to resume her du- i |P' JyOilil  .rA@,, ".:%  :;i plr;"J::tY Ol tWO the words of Prident Hoover: v a %T'2"T%T ff'0T]D'  ties in D. Weed's office after spend- i | s a  . _.va __ _U % [|' the---. ae Irom co- "If honest citizens do not like th L..xz .,', vv ,J 'ing a couple of weeks visiting wlth I | t, a "l  ' P . | 0  erhl goveaumen , *'^'r dut" as honest men and  :home folks laell, ,. law, x*  . . . , i a ,Auxiliary to the women is to discourage its violation, Mrs. JoeDh M. Zahradka was call- i  ,a,rnt, rain accomllanied by, Ii 1.. *   Jl ,r^cj..er signed by tHgir right to openly work for its r, - cd to Lawten Wednesday by the death!, "'+,:'-': dam-ed tiree barn: t | .............. I ....... _ m,  , d;'t,: lat?2izer i ieal.', . _ cf her father, J. Matejcek:who died bl.ew'd"o%;'newl;"pu up hay stacks' t ILA'T0 t  mac .mu   .. 1 'Wa ^o , '.'" ..... hese wet organizat.ions are nor at his home n.,ar uawmn. Toe uner- o,, na -me minor wrecking north l |['... .. _  ,:|| becausereten2us lnj': discouraging violation of the law. The,:, ,! services were held atthe Z. C._B. and' :es(of Adams last Sunday at-: 1  ""'[ llt  1' 'f Pri .... a., "*'are actively engaged in a pro)uganda J. Lodge room a rosoouo's rrxaay . , 1 1 c'-. "=" aDorer's In-+: ,: oi, thousands that it ,s with interment in the Kosobud come-, tetnn" .. ........ il --O'H;: I [I : ---tmzin t , ,,, ,o -- ....... o - . MY and Mrs warl riiiae momrea i]%  ]1 local enfoga/ t?a ,atriotic to break th.e prohibition lawv. tory eight ml}e southwest of L ankm.! ,,. q,,f . r "Falls returning wit' R:,,, ...... 'e .......  .......... fwarleinroentvfor tl "- C E. Stencnnelclolwarren r4mn.. ........ Rive ' _ _.. |l:" Paokagel"e,,+: I|' ,  DUCk to the dry "."'h ":: "'Y ..... :  --2 ....  .... ," _  Voraehek made a trip to their daughters, Morns ana umnce, I |1  -iw.=-- r,.:: l| " Pinning their hopes repeal oI me Law ou arc u,=-- an ..................... .]lver's statement an  mining the constitution by a species Sberwcod and Hunch last week !o whho h::efewbeeeek!tmg relatives to, IIF.\\;:'I! [I hanging on tls er': fTulWtoi:a:i::tl.::ns have no pro-lm:t*.e:erp2aiCTPSt:tdea:teT:::t6:sl Ed:a Olson, telephone operator at I Ill O l'lt  I! is said to - " " [n'am. In all of the so-called "data" at those pbints, iPark River i.s spending her vacation t |]|   PukS.3 ]| : llv '-. De ac- :naued hv the Association Against Lawrence Haroldson of Adams was with home IOIKS. '[ l | 0"  :IC]EI) PF..ACHie..a,I. -II ,reti,.e. twill ;,:-,,;,,;,o., Amendment there ' a business caller in Lanin Fday. I Mr. and MY. L. M. Flugekvt, I ill ..'--',,.SK=-S II --'n'o = p?o';alex'cept that of 7Peuti:f A largeth:mLbuh:/ata3iesPeoAP; and fhrlendr;:i:fAFt River visiteci i]1 .."-   4 ...ur I1' "" I they have any theory for g attended 1 . with " ' I |l | $  ean F,. 7"|EV'-' ,",. l| or controlling t q " Lankin on ' -------------- " t !! _IN A"C 2':= :'ba;:, llhe li uor traffic it has meet"ng held at the Around Oaaraer, ner been expressed. The practicM home near leldaYaanerf:tly I: :.1| KmAKm.D. thes code of activities" " for illegal anl ..d back by Miss_ lIarcella_,_ "IValenta'ior a Mr" and Mrs A J Anne returnx;]l |1| "t't_'  ', : A$ ! a Vlt e ....  I unregulated contraband liquor. ] who came home . Iv om Mar]eta 1 home hom Tuesday from their trip. I i l | 26 . @l _ _ .-  II [ , Wisconsin's Futile Reveal wc,ez-'ana visl a nor p e . n h|t  pQ d[Ul I:!:: have been making much She is a student at the Teachers Co,- A large number of the Fairdale I[  19 *"J- ]!, l.The wets ............. '" "o 'o"' people took in. the Fair  Langoo- " Ill ="- "- t ,.. Z;;.-'..I:';,,, ll/: : hibition laws but it is qqlte evident Mrs. Loners Ooucna ann o .... The Fairdale Junior Band played " ':;  there that day. " ,t[ or.gement with ' Choll, the world out I,:_ pecialist, an  " personal staff  Store on the lOnstrate Dr. P that they accomplished little for Detroit, Mich.,came to Lnkin l "t their cause except to advertise Wis-'Week for a visit with her parents, Mr cousin as irreconcilable in is opposl and Mrs. John Swartz. tion to he 18h Amendment. I "Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Norman and , Wisconsin is still a part of the Un t . family motored her, from Baker. p" ion and subject to the Amendmen;i Mont., for a two weeks' visit at the which its own Legislature ratified. :home of Mrs. Non'nan s mother, Mrs. Now that it has no State prohibition Mary Gerstn'er and will also visit '"I law, all cases of liquor law violation other relatives while here. ' ' conm into the Federal courts and an- I ' It was reported by the committee of dee the drastic provisions of the the picnic held at the C, Zeman home Jones Law, a fact that considerably near Lankin for the benefit of the St. FS disturb the bootlegging fraternity. I Joseph's Catholic church that pr- I: fffl Now Wisconsin cities are passig ceeds put in th'e treasury were $91.55 defensive measures to prot'ect them'The entertainment was sponsored ly eholl s against local lawlessnes. Oshkosh Mesdames Charley Swartz, Alber .le  has a new ordinance giving strong,Ha,.azim and C Zeman and daugl ' police control over soft drink parlors, lter Lucy. with stringent measures again;* tle I Mr. and Mrs. C. Zeman entertained he here ,',+:e of intoxicants. FonduLac has a week ago Sunday' Mr. and Mrs. GiN bA ased a strong dry ordinance an bert Erickson and family of Graf- Kenosha is preparing one to prot'ec ton. L! ],t " tit from Chicago rum gangs. Mr. and Mrs. Dennes Sobolik mc- Ui||@ lllwst Superior on July 9th, through its tored to Fordville Saturday. Mr. So be" " ' it t st advan- city council, pas,ed a city liquor or- hk came home Monday while Mrs. dinance to provide police with the Sobolik stayed for a longer vls . ! 0[ nor- power of local enforcement. The law i Joe Kluzak and John Polak thow rel|eg 'provides fines of from $50 to $500 and umped out the school cistern an  [ll  OliVe jail sentences of from one to six gave it a good cleanmg. It s a l months. These and other Wisconsia ready now for a good rain. cities have ordinances under Which Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vorachek on. any soft drink license is revokable tertained at Sunday dinner in honor for infraction of the Federal law. ]of their daughter. Mrs. l'ank Skala Commenting on these measures tun of Oregon. who has spent the first Minneapolis Journal says "There part of the summer here visiting. promoters of public and private dring- Th'e following guests were present; seems to be no balm in Gilead for th ] Mr. and Mrs. John Vorachek and son ing. Just as their sun peeps out and'Charles pf Thief River Falls. Mr. corn2 st scientific, methods of troubles. He ,alysis of your and show you extent of your d how you can [Y relieved of This valuable Unothing. Take tt at once. ,rH CO. Park Riverl clouas gives promise of happy das, and Mrs. John Grane of Grafton, Mr. 'more dark clouds. And the ,nd Mrs. Frank Bins and family of can'y nothing but water." ]Brocket. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wits- Enforcement Logic I sek and son tt.rman, Mr. and Mr, ] Mimmsota has 20 district game Rudolph Witaek and son l=talph, and wardens and 129 wardens .a total or Mr. and Mrs. J. H Yorachek and fata- l40 officers to enforce the came laws. ily. besides the office force. These men are charged with th enforcement of i one )articular set of laws. They are on the job continually. And while I the game laws are violated to a very large extent, we don't hear any de- mand for their repeal The federal ]government has fewer men working at enforcement of the Volstead law than Minnesota employs to enforce, the game laws. And there are plenty Pleasure Trip Well as on Business Ve oney and trouble if your car Is put in good shape. t ,ents accidents with risk of lifo and limbs. Let uS " ear. We guarantee our work. "btCH TIRES--TEXACO GASOLINE AND OILS 00fllliam Sk'00erven's Garafie Miss Winifred Grady is spending her wcation with relatives at Gran- din P, nd Hendrum, Minn. She ven - there from Grand Forks with nor cousin Verna Grady on Tuesday. Axtell-Crampton Miss Joste Axt.ell, daughter of MY and Mrs. Harry Axtell and Harry[ Crampton, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. <,. Crampton. of Medford ffownship ex-I changed wedding vows at a ceremony performed at the Lutheran parsona- at Park River Tuesday morning, July 16. Rev. Strandjord officiated at the ceremonl'es. The bride was gowned in orchid silk and gold lace and hat to match. The brid,esmaid, Miss Velma Axtell the brides sister was cresses ' - " ra e The groom In yellow sxlk and c ,p .,_ was attended by William Pfanrtsmn of Fordville. After the ceremonies, wedding dinner was se_ved at two o'clock at the home of th, e brides par- --ts to the immediate relatives of the ten bride and groom. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Axtell and family of Madina. The young couple l left for a wedding trip to the western I part of the state. These popular , young people have a large number of  friends in this community, who wish them a long and happy married life. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Andracek and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryba motored to Maxbass for a few days visit at the Joseph Matejcek home near Maxbass. Mrs. Matejcek is a sister of Mr. An- dracek. l ADAMS 00EWS Norman Bun former resident of Adams arrived from Grand Forks for a couple weeks visit with friends. I. I! I : homeMr' .b, ndon FridayMrS" Henry#from LlenGrandreturned,Fqrks,, II ' ]rlIs LP', dlsi''..J_...: ....... 2 --M 25 = ,! where they took in the State Fair" / =| 1_" -'- ,. h.,  ' Shirley Mrs. g. Y. McGregor and Mr.. Mater Torgerson spent Friday at Mln- ..FCT 55 : ni il CRISCO !  S, ruI e" to with M. and Mrs. George Ault. William Meier and Jom pordon au-+ C lb. om 280 [  , c,.,., i: ++?:: toed to Minneapolis Minn. on Suhd Y'i ++n+ If Maier Torgerson ar Lyle Vote an-{ toed with the truck'to Grand Forks' I " ill,.NOWJ78 STORE$/nIieNoPIhWeSP Friday and brought back a load m] machinery for the Rornik Hardware.i '% , . % Farmers Of'W00sh County " ,,  Welcome to the Grand-opening. of your new organization Friday, luly 26th Bring us your cream and receive highest. cash prices in return , Golden Valley Creamery i t Cooperative Ebba Erickson and Melvin MeLeaa motored to Park River last, Saturday where Miss Eriokson consulted Dr. J.F. DIRKHISlNG, Manager PARK RIVe, N. D, Irvine regarding hr fratured leg. I Abner Levant of Park River was a business caller in Adams last wee. I Melvin Nygaard motored here from Grand Forks on Sunday and/visited + , II I ' I