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July 25, 1929     Walsh County Press
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WALSH COUNTY PRESS &amp; SCIDMORE'S NEW SERVICE STATION reproductiou declare it to be one of the finest ser- and Scidmore ser- i vice stations in this part of the state. Which was opened l'o:p Everything in he latest and most me. Saturday. The owner dern equipment has been installed, in- I Congratulations Golden Valley Creamery A Community lives and thrives according PUblic spirit which develops your community 8UPlart Your local business places. to the is to Sell your cream to the Golden Valley Creamery. Pa- tronize and support it and you will be boosting for an enterprise which benefits the community at large. Local business places are for yore" convenience ad for Your benefit. The community will prosper to the ex- tent that they prosper, so SPEND YOUR DOLLARS AND PATRONIZE WHERE THEY WILL DIRECTL- lENEFIT YOU. As any community presiders, me.py im- PrOVements can be enjoyed that otherwise would not bc lasSible. lrst Natl0nal Bank Park River, N. D. Karl J. Farup, president. K. D. Bennett, Cashier. '[qorne o/the ]:ar.Reachin Service" ulations tt the New Creamery and <o Openin Day Visftors ;iake our store your rest room while in town Photo by Hultstrand Specials For Friday and Saturday b .= Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Spornitz ann Mrs. J. A. Dunn and daughters Plan to eat a hot lunch at t family visited at Mrs. Spornitz's par-bMary and Alice motored to Granl byterian Ladies Aid ,stand in ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomasson at Forks Tuesday. They returned home park Friday noon. Creamery Gardar Sunday. Thursday. t Mr.' and Mrs. Frank J'aros and Mr. a'nd Mrs. Bert Dvis of Kurt- l'md I,ake. New Ontario, aceompanio_: ]:w Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ayers of Win- l; ,"' mo!.:r:l }-' c Th'm'sd",y an,J vi-! i'..i at the hen;:? of Mrs. M;lgoorl. Mi:s Bfllie Eascgate of Larimore ?Ais; Ado Coulter, George Hildre ,..f F,ler:burg atd Clyd,e Barko elioye:l a picnic supper it'. the Leistikow Pa, i: Slm:-tay evening. A son was born to Mr. and Mr,:. ily, Mrs. Kouba and H,em'y Harry Kukowskl at the Grafton he.:. Chicago arrived here Tuesday arLd t)ital Monday July 22. guests at the home of Mr. anqd : t,h'ank Plynn. I Mrs. P. d Roc, Mrs C. P. O'Brie:: ! an:l Mrs;. ti. V. Dougtrerty motored t: Mrs. H. V. I)oughcrty left, Graud Forks Monday. ewming to vi,.q.* t the imme of her' s;star. Mlts. Lc,t;nm.d Ft?lon ill tt0ople, i Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Jena's and i . - l family were week-end guests at the Mrs. Dugong, it of Duhth IN. J. Hobbs home in Grand Forks. Friday and accompanied h,,,.r" ister suring the motoring public of prompt and efficient service. The building which is of frame and stucco construction presents a fine M:. and Mrs. M.elvin Neste and, Fitz Thorson re'urned Friday even-, Supt. and Mrs. Rex Muir of Ford- " '   " .  . vihe were guests at the J. J. Ferguson ing from a motor trip through ourl'-lhom,e on Sunday evening, two weeks ago. en ivIinnesota, t t rs Anderson who spent a week vi .,..----., - -  .., siting at the home of her sister, Mr [  " * ' A. Finneseth, left Thursday-for her I .' home in Moose Jaw, Sask. ":" :ome to the'Open Miss Bessie Wright who is a stu  * . dent nurse at St. Micheals hospite, l ?.,,Its. (irate Kin i:) McCanna, what'S she will remain to recuperate froltl injuries received in the auto accident I i appearance and is a decided improve ment to the business section. Locat- ed on the corner south of the cream- ery with wide double driveway it wih be easily accessable to the motorist. i Besides gasoline and oil sales, the management announces a full service policy. A Curtiss Hydraulic Lift has been installed to insure fast crank case service. Greasing and washing will all be done with power equipment. Standard Oil products consisting ot Red Crown, and Ethyl, Gasoline, Po- larine and Iso Via Oils will be sold . exclusively. PERSONAL LOCALS H. H. Hewitt of Minto was a visit= in town Monday ,evening attending a farmers meeting at the Agricultural school. The Ladies Aid will serve a "Romm Orod" supper in the Vang's Luthera] church, Saturday evening, July 27th at 8:03 o'clock. Everybody welcome. Mrs. M. O'ttara who is visiting friends here expects to leave for Me- Villa. N. D., where she will accompany h,er daughter Alice and Dr. and Mrs. Arneson on a trip to the Minesot. Lakes Alex Meagher attended a meeting of the Standard Oil solomon in Grand Forks on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. It. White ann family were guests of Mr. and lVtr James McConnachie in Grand Fors Sunday. Clyde Barko of Edgley, N. D., was a visitor at the G. Mauritson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. Johnson of Gar- dar were visitors at the I. F. Spor- nitz home Friday. in Grand Forks is spending her va cation at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. O'Brien and Mr. md Mrs. H. V, Dougherty motored to Emerhon, lVaal., Wednesday. Miss Helen Diebel left Wdenesdav for Ingdon to visit friends and at- tend the Pembina County Fair. She returned home Monday, Mrs. Henry Lohse and two children of Forest River visited relatives here Thursday. Mrs. John Harris accom-: panled her to her home and was a we.k-end guest at the Lohse home. Miss Ltcile Hanson of Adams and I her house" guests the Misses Luella] Powers and Fedelia White visited t friends here Saturday. I Rasberries at half price. We take I orders for large c.mounts. Pole's Cas,!J,: Stoe. t ":" Miss iza Parke, Mrs. Henry Hobbs *'o and Mrs. V. J. Parke were guests or ." Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Walker in Lang- { dop Thursday. { .I. Mrs. H. Hanson and daughter Mi3.! o1.o Ella Hanson returned Saturday from! :} a two weeks motor trip to Grea Falls, ,'** Mont., where they visited relatives*.} and friends. *. Miss Ann Gorgon returned Friday , from Langdon where she was a guest : f friends the past week. ,t, Mrs. J. O'Brien, Mrs. Overland, ! *I, Mrs. L. Briedson and three children and Mrs. A. Gerke of Lawton were' " week-'end guests at the home of Mr.!*I. Win. Warner. l .I. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. Sagen of i Edmore were visitors at the J. ?_.11 q' Robertson home Saturday enroute v' Interational Falls, where they wi',l : visi relatives for a week. ing of the Creamery Do tot Know? You Can ill At the--- 1. Firestone Tires 2. Vulcanizing 3. Mobiloil  4. Quaker State Oil 5. Door or Windshield Glassy. for any make car 6. Fenders Rolled-out 7. Duco Service 8. Expert Chevrolet Service by tory trained mechanics ,/ ! 9. Alemiting--high pressure great'g! 10. Battery Service, any make 11. Your Car Washed 12. Service at Reasonable ]Prices Ch-,,rolet Garage Phone 2 := .w 'bye & Scidmore Auto Co. Creamery O penin00 ay Park River, N. D. O. J. Thorson & Son Rubber Rings Certo per bottle 29c ason Jars and Covers Ilock Salt 50 lb 75c s per lb 18c Toastms 2 for 23c PARK RIVER CiViC AND COMMUNITY CLUB | Under the Auspices of I i FRIDAY, JULY 26th i i ii . i I THE A. C. ASSEMBLY HALL On the Largest Floor in-the Stal.e 10 bars 38c Oatmeal 24c and Peas 2 for 25c ib Crackers 33c ............. , . M by y " rite 'e r'!av Malt '59c 'S E rta00n rs d. U. Coffee 57c tlSIC. Case WALSH COUNTY PRESS & SCIDMORE'S NEW SERVICE STATION reproductiou declare it to be one of the finest ser- and Scidmore ser- i vice stations in this part of the state. Which was opened l'o:p Everything in he latest and most me. Saturday. The owner dern equipment has been installed, in- I Congratulations Golden Valley Creamery A Community lives and thrives according PUblic spirit which develops your community 8UPlart Your local business places. to the is to Sell your cream to the Golden Valley Creamery. Pa- tronize and support it and you will be boosting for an enterprise which benefits the community at large. Local business places are for yore" convenience ad for Your benefit. The community will prosper to the ex- tent that they prosper, so SPEND YOUR DOLLARS AND PATRONIZE WHERE THEY WILL DIRECTL- lENEFIT YOU. As any community presiders, me.py im- PrOVements can be enjoyed that otherwise would not bc lasSible. lrst Natl0nal Bank Park River, N. D. Karl J. Farup, president. K. D. Bennett, Cashier. '[qorne o/the ]:ar.Reachin Service" ulations tt the New Creamery and <o Openin Day Visftors ;iake our store your rest room while in town Photo by Hultstrand Specials For Friday and Saturday b .= Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Spornitz ann Mrs. J. A. Dunn and daughters Plan to eat a hot lunch at t family visited at Mrs. Spornitz's par-bMary and Alice motored to Granl byterian Ladies Aid ,stand in ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomasson at Forks Tuesday. They returned home park Friday noon. Creamery Gardar Sunday. Thursday. t Mr.' and Mrs. Frank J'aros and Mr. a'nd Mrs. Bert Dvis of Kurt- l'md I,ake. New Ontario, aceompanio_: ]:w Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ayers of Win- l; ,"' mo!.:r:l }-' c Th'm'sd",y an,J vi-! i'..i at the hen;:? of Mrs. M;lgoorl. Mi:s Bfllie Eascgate of Larimore ?Ais; Ado Coulter, George Hildre ,..f F,ler:burg atd Clyd,e Barko elioye:l a picnic supper it'. the Leistikow Pa, i: Slm:-tay evening. A son was born to Mr. and Mr,:. ily, Mrs. Kouba and H,em'y Harry Kukowskl at the Grafton he.:. Chicago arrived here Tuesday arLd t)ital Monday July 22. guests at the home of Mr. anqd : t,h'ank Plynn. I Mrs. P. d Roc, Mrs C. P. O'Brie:: ! an:l Mrs;. ti. V. Dougtrerty motored t: Mrs. H. V. I)oughcrty left, Graud Forks Monday. ewming to vi,.q.* t the imme of her' s;star. Mlts. Lc,t;nm.d Ft?lon ill tt0ople, i Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Jena's and i . - l family were week-end guests at the Mrs. Dugong, it of Duhth IN. J. Hobbs home in Grand Forks. Friday and accompanied h,,,.r" ister suring the motoring public of prompt and efficient service. The building which is of frame and stucco construction presents a fine M:. and Mrs. M.elvin Neste and, Fitz Thorson re'urned Friday even-, Supt. and Mrs. Rex Muir of Ford- " '   " .  . vihe were guests at the J. J. Ferguson ing from a motor trip through ourl'-lhom,e on Sunday evening, two weeks ago. en ivIinnesota, t t rs Anderson who spent a week vi .,..----., - -  .., siting at the home of her sister, Mr [  " * ' A. Finneseth, left Thursday-for her I .' home in Moose Jaw, Sask. ":" :ome to the'Open Miss Bessie Wright who is a stu  * . dent nurse at St. Micheals hospite, l ?.,,Its. (irate Kin i:) McCanna, what'S she will remain to recuperate froltl injuries received in the auto accident I i appearance and is a decided improve ment to the business section. Locat- ed on the corner south of the cream- ery with wide double driveway it wih be easily accessable to the motorist. i Besides gasoline and oil sales, the management announces a full service policy. A Curtiss Hydraulic Lift has been installed to insure fast crank case service. Greasing and washing will all be done with power equipment. Standard Oil products consisting ot Red Crown, and Ethyl, Gasoline, Po- larine and Iso Via Oils will be sold . exclusively. PERSONAL LOCALS H. H. Hewitt of Minto was a visit= in town Monday ,evening attending a farmers meeting at the Agricultural school. The Ladies Aid will serve a "Romm Orod" supper in the Vang's Luthera] church, Saturday evening, July 27th at 8:03 o'clock. Everybody welcome. Mrs. M. O'ttara who is visiting friends here expects to leave for Me- Villa. N. D., where she will accompany h,er daughter Alice and Dr. and Mrs. Arneson on a trip to the Minesot. Lakes Alex Meagher attended a meeting of the Standard Oil solomon in Grand Forks on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. It. White ann family were guests of Mr. and lVtr James McConnachie in Grand Fors Sunday. Clyde Barko of Edgley, N. D., was a visitor at the G. Mauritson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. Johnson of Gar- dar were visitors at the I. F. Spor- nitz home Friday. in Grand Forks is spending her va cation at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. O'Brien and Mr. md Mrs. H. V, Dougherty motored to Emerhon, lVaal., Wednesday. Miss Helen Diebel left Wdenesdav for Ingdon to visit friends and at- tend the Pembina County Fair. She returned home Monday, Mrs. Henry Lohse and two children of Forest River visited relatives here Thursday. Mrs. John Harris accom-: panled her to her home and was a we.k-end guest at the Lohse home. Miss Ltcile Hanson of Adams and I her house" guests the Misses Luella] Powers and Fedelia White visited t friends here Saturday. I Rasberries at half price. We take I orders for large c.mounts. Pole's Cas,!J,: Stoe. t ":" Miss iza Parke, Mrs. Henry Hobbs *'o and Mrs. V. J. Parke were guests or ." Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Walker in Lang- { dop Thursday. { .I. Mrs. H. Hanson and daughter Mi3.! o1.o Ella Hanson returned Saturday from! :} a two weeks motor trip to Grea Falls, ,'** Mont., where they visited relatives*.} and friends. *. Miss Ann Gorgon returned Friday , from Langdon where she was a guest : f friends the past week. ,t, Mrs. J. O'Brien, Mrs. Overland, ! *I, Mrs. L. Briedson and three children and Mrs. A. Gerke of Lawton were' " week-'end guests at the home of Mr.!*I. Win. Warner. l .I. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. Sagen of i Edmore were visitors at the J. ?_.11 q' Robertson home Saturday enroute v' Interational Falls, where they wi',l : visi relatives for a week. ing of the Creamery Do tot Know? You Can ill At the--- 1. Firestone Tires 2. Vulcanizing 3. Mobiloil  4. Quaker State Oil 5. Door or Windshield Glassy. for any make car 6. Fenders Rolled-out 7. Duco Service 8. Expert Chevrolet Service by tory trained mechanics ,/ ! 9. Alemiting--high pressure great'g! 10. Battery Service, any make 11. Your Car Washed 12. Service at Reasonable ]Prices Ch-,,rolet Garage Phone 2 := .w 'bye & Scidmore Auto Co. Creamery O penin00 ay Park River, N. D. O. J. Thorson & Son Rubber Rings Certo per bottle 29c ason Jars and Covers Ilock Salt 50 lb 75c s per lb 18c Toastms 2 for 23c PARK RIVER CiViC AND COMMUNITY CLUB | Under the Auspices of I i FRIDAY, JULY 26th i i ii . i I THE A. C. ASSEMBLY HALL On the Largest Floor in-the Stal.e 10 bars 38c Oatmeal 24c and Peas 2 for 25c ib Crackers 33c ............. , . M by y " rite 'e r'!av Malt '59c 'S E rta00n rs d. U. Coffee 57c tlSIC. Case