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River Girl Impressed With Civil Defense Practices in Nation's Capital , , . i ¸ o : • WALSH COUNTY . PAR ...... " • xmvmz ,, ii Nism Vows Exchanged Sunday l I At Our Savi.r's Lutheran Church Heal 1 & Seen :( AROUND PARK RIVER L. l . A boy was born July 12 to Mx. A boy was born. Jul 18 o )r, [ 'Marriage vows were exchanged and carried a basket e ro#e talso and Mrs. Melvin Malaa, Lankin. and Mrs. Joseph ' Hajicek, Park Iby Miss Donna Levin, daughter of Helen Funseth "and Pae Od, Mr. and Mrs. Cliffdrd Gates of River. I Mr. and Mrs. Bert Levin, Park Riv- den, nieces of the bride, .lit the Seattle, Wash., have been visiting The Dale Roalstad family has I er, and Harold Dean Nissen, son of altar candles.  here the past week at the home of moved to Dilworth, Minn to make Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nissen, of For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. the former's brother-in-law and their home. i Larimore at a candlelight service Levin wore a beige suit with navy sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Johnson. Over Sunday visitors at the Sunday evening, July 22. accessories while the bridegroom's After a week in Washington, D. er Ruth Meberg has returned to home in Park River. h Among the things that impressed er raost on her trip to the nation's capital were the civil defense pre- Parations that appeared to be in general use. She stated that loca- lions of air raid shelters are plain- arked in the various govern- ecn. buildings and the down town' _[cuons of the city• "It is obvious," ae said, "that people in Washing- on are much more conscious of a threat of enemy attack and rn ze Part in civil defense much _ ore than we do in this part of the country.,, . remainder of the girls were all called senators and the president, who was Miss Ann Morgan of Marion, Ill., appointed various committees, which functioned dur- ing the conclave. Among the speakers who appear- ed before the girls was Secretary of Defense Wilson, John Foster Dulles, Secretary of State, Ivy Baker Priest, Treasurer of the United States, Vice President Rich- ard Nixon, Mrs. Bowden D. Ward, national president of the American Legion Auxiliary, and various oth- The Ralph Pederson family re-Murray King home were his broth- The Rev. L. E. Smestad officiat- mother had a navy street dress t lIiss Meberg was in WashingtOn o attend Girl's Nation, a national citizenship encampment n sponsored by the American Legio auxiliary, having been a candidate for gover- nor at Girls State at the State uni- Versity in June• Classes in various phases of government were held at the Am- .erican University and the 98 girls attendance were billeted in dor- aitories at the college• re emphasis was placed on politics at Girl's Nation, Meberg said, than had been irls State, which is also spon- by the American Legion aux- . The group was divided into me Federalist and the Nationalist Parties and elected only the presi- dent and the vice president. The SPRING WATER Fer high quality, all pur- Dose spring water contact the state licensed, state approved KJOS. BROS. SPRINGS Min- eral content well within the lits recommended by the Amertean Public Health As- aOciation. Delivered by S CARL'S PRING WATER SERVICE Grsfton, Phone 534 OLIVER DESAUTEL Hoople , Dial 32471 BOB OIHUS Grafton Phone 1190 KJOS BROS. SPRINGS lark River Dial 23120 r era. On sight seeing tours about the I city, the girls visited Mt. Vernon, ! turned from a ten day trip to Se- attle where they visited Mrs. Ped-i erson's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mason• Guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Amstrup were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Haaven and son, Bradley, Mr, and Mrs. Hector Gendrean and the Raymond where they placed a wreath on the i tomb of George Washington, Ar- Lebrun family, all of Langdon. lington cemetry, where a wreath Mrs. Chester Baker and daugh- was placed on the tomb of the un-J known soldier and they witnessed the changing of the guard at this hallowed place, the Pentagon, the House of Representatives, the Senate chambers, the White House and the Lincoln Memorial. The girls from North Dakota had a picture taken with Rep. Usher L. Burdick of North Dakota, and also appeared on television with him. Expenses of the trip were paid by the American Legion Auxiliary and arrangements had been made for a large delegation to travel to- gether from Minneapolis and dur- ing a stop over in Chicago, auxil- iary units from that city met the .girls, took them shopping and pro- vided dinner for them. The time change proved confus- ing to the girls, who were from all parts of the United States and Pan- area, they were never sure wheth- er they were to follow just plain eastern time or eastern daylight saving time. As a result, things were snafu some of the time. Miss Meberg ,-praised the Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary for their sponsorship of beth Girls State and Girls' Nation and said it was a most worthwhile and oustanding experience for her. Sponsoring her attendance a Girls' State was the Fortnightly Study Club of Park River• Dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Charley O'Brien were Mrs. Mary Bruce, Helen Connor, Mrs. Frank Leonard, Mrs. P. J. Kenney and Mrs Margaret Devin- ey of Mason City, Ia. er and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gorman King of Valley City. Mrs. Harry O'Brien and Mr. and Mrs. George D. Jones and son, Paul, were visitors in Fargo Mon- day. House guests of Mrs. Julius Berg the past week were her daughters, Miss Olivia Berg of St. Paul, and Mrs. Douglas Johnstone and her daughter, Debra, of Minneapolis. Saturday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Am- strup were Mr• and B. F. Stanton of Ithaca, N. Y. Mrs. Stanton is the former Lara Kristjanson, who was home extension here for a few years, resigning last year. John Whalen of Indianapolis, Ind., arrived Sunday by plane to spend a month with his grandpar- tar, Virginia, from Coteau, Mont., are spending a few days here at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. A. Ckalet and in Grand Forks with the Carl Neilson family. Mrs. Neilson and Mrs. Baker are sisters. House guests of Mrs. T. Bakke  are her son/n-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Einar Windingland and children, Lynn and Rita, of Ar- I ents Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Landsbor- lington, Va. They were accompan- I ough and with his aunts, Mrs. Mar- ted by Mr. and Mrs. Lars Winding_ I vin Sorenson and Mrs. Norman land, Einar's parents, of Edinburg, I isaacson. who had been visiting with them l Mr and Mrs Tom Dougherty in Virginia. I ' " " i " -- .......... | and sons, of Wasn ngon, D.C., wr. a-a Mrs. Isaac Ellingson en-[ who have spent about three weeks tertained a large group of relatives I here at the home of Mr. Dougher- at their farm home Sunday for a ty's mother Mrs Walter Dougher- picnic dinner and supper. Among]ty returned to their home Satur- the guests were the Einar Wind-]day. They were called here early ingland family of Arlington, Va., [ this month by the illness and death and the following Park Riverites. [of Mr Dougherty's father Walter Mrs. T. Bakke, Mrs. Earl Monta- Dougherty. gue, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Strand and Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Meagher re- John Montague• turned Saturday from a three weeks' vacation trip to the west FORMER TEACHER SETS coast• They attended the stampede WEDDING DATE OR JULY 29 , at Calgary, Alberta, went sight see- Mr• and Mrs• Gilfred Langlie of ing at Banff, Lake Louise and vis- Mayville announce the approach- ited the Jasper ice fields. They ing marriage of their daughter, visited their son-in-law and daugh- Darlyne Yvonne to LeRoy Brenna, ter. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lysengen son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and family at Wauconda, Wash., Brenna of Hatton. and with Dr. and Mrs. T. A Mart Miss Langlie taught in Park Riv- and family in Seattle• They also er last year. Mr. Brenna taught at took a beat trip from Seattle to Ada. Minn.. last year. Vancouver. B. C. The homeward i The wedding is set for July 29 in ourney was made by way of the Mayville Lutheran church. Yellowstone National park. XA00c Pick For A P,'cn,c Sweetheart Sliced Coneys, Sliced Buns, Enriched Bread Because they're fresher than the freshest, better than the best, sell ,more than the most, . they re way out ahead . . . so pick Sweetheart Breodl CmmFs! Bun \\; ed at the rites in Our Saviour's Lutheran church, using the double ring ceremony• Miss Ruth Thompson was at the piano for the nuptial music. Solo- rots were Mms Carol Sholey of Fairdale and Mrs. Ivan Johnson of Park River. They sang "The Lord's Prayer," "Because' and "I Love You Truly•" Given in marriage by her broth- er, James Levin, the bride wore a gown of nylon illusion net over satin, floor length, with a half skirt of hand clipped lace, tight fitting lact bodice fashioned with a scal- loped neckline. Her chapel veil fell from a half hat of tucked lace, trimmed with seed pearls. The bridal bouquet was red roses. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a pearl necklace. Mrs. Don Tingum of Larimore was matron of honor and wore an ice 51ue affeta gown with net overskirt. The bridesmaids, Bever- ly Magnusson of Park River, Mrs. Wayne Rice of Stephen, Minn., and Mrs. Robert Thompson of Gilby, were dressed alike in gowns of pale blue taffeta with net over- skirts. All worematching head- bands and carried bouquets of sweetpeas with a candle in the center of the bouquet. Their gifts from the bride were pearl earrings. Don Tingum of Larimore was best man. Groomsmen were Clin- ton Lewis, Park River and Charles Nissen, Larimore, a cousin of the bridegroom, and Dick Anderson, also of Larimore. Ushers were Gladwin Jansen, nephew of the bride, and James Nissen, cousin of the bridegroom. All wore dark trousers with white jackets and had maroon carnation bouton- nieres. Flower girl was Kathy Staton of Houston, Texas, niece of the bride- groom and Kenny Funseth, nephew of the bride was ring bearer. The flower girl wore a gown of white nylon with matching head band with white accessories. Both moth- ers had corsages of pink roses• Baskets of delphinium and baby breath decorated the church. After the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors with Mrs. H. D. Long and Mrs. Clifford Frovarp acting as hostess- es. The serving was done by Circle No. 4 of the Lutheran ladies aid. Mrs. Martin Severson baked the wedding cake. Pouring were aunts of the bridal couple, Mrs. Ivan Dahl of Milton and Mrs. Laura Kalness, of Lari- more. The wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs. L. O. Staton, of Houston, Texas, sister of the bride- groom and Mrs. Carl H. Dahl, Park River, aunt of the bride. Mrs. Rob- ert Espe of Fargo, was at tne guest book. At the gift table were Mrs. Duane Olson, of Mekinock, Mrs. Max Adams of Parshall, Mrs. Lil- lian Funseth and Kathryn Odden, Park River. Assisting with the serving were Miss Delaine Olson of Northwood, i Mrs. Alphield Lyng of Cummings, i Lois Engen, of Brooten, Minn., Grace Svendsen of Argyle, Minn., Marilyn Rundell of Willmar, Min- nesota and Joy Estad of Crystal. A graduate of the Walsh County School here, and the Mayville State Teachers College, the bride taught at Halstad, Minn., last year. Mr. Nissen is a graduate of the Larimore high school and Aaker's Business College in Grand Forks. After a trip to Detroit Lakes, Mr. and Mrs. brissen are at home at 314 South Fourth St.. Grand Forks. For her going away outfit, the bride chose a dress and, coat en- semble with white accessories and a corsage of red roses. Mr. and Mrs. George Eckoff of Chicago arrived Sunday to visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Cowger and the latter's father, Joe Weber. Mrs. Eekoff is a sister of Mr Weber. THE GREATEST NAME IN B ! OLD CROW DISTILLERY CO, DIV. OF NATIOflAL DIST. PROD. CORP., FRANKFORT, KY. Here today... gone tomorrow! In practically no time, a sudden hail srm can ruin your crop. But it needn't ruin you, too. With adequate Hall Insurance, you can protect younalf againol: tim crippling financial loss that hail so often brings. See m so for complete talls on Hall Immee in the reliable oompanles we repremnL Ras are mwprb. ingly low (only a few oents an aem), , ; and i eo • o mm  hum sa tin I The First State Bank River Girl Impressed With Civil Defense Practices in Nation's Capital , , . i ¸ o : • WALSH COUNTY . PAR ...... " • xmvmz ,, ii Nism Vows Exchanged Sunday l I At Our Savi.r's Lutheran Church Heal 1 & Seen :( AROUND PARK RIVER L. l . A boy was born July 12 to Mx. A boy was born. Jul 18 o )r, [ 'Marriage vows were exchanged and carried a basket e ro#e talso and Mrs. Melvin Malaa, Lankin. and Mrs. Joseph ' Hajicek, Park Iby Miss Donna Levin, daughter of Helen Funseth "and Pae Od, Mr. and Mrs. Cliffdrd Gates of River. I Mr. and Mrs. Bert Levin, Park Riv- den, nieces of the bride, .lit the Seattle, Wash., have been visiting The Dale Roalstad family has I er, and Harold Dean Nissen, son of altar candles.  here the past week at the home of moved to Dilworth, Minn to make Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nissen, of For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. the former's brother-in-law and their home. i Larimore at a candlelight service Levin wore a beige suit with navy sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Johnson. Over Sunday visitors at the Sunday evening, July 22. accessories while the bridegroom's After a week in Washington, D. er Ruth Meberg has returned to home in Park River. h Among the things that impressed er raost on her trip to the nation's capital were the civil defense pre- Parations that appeared to be in general use. She stated that loca- lions of air raid shelters are plain- arked in the various govern- ecn. buildings and the down town' _[cuons of the city• "It is obvious," ae said, "that people in Washing- on are much more conscious of a threat of enemy attack and rn ze Part in civil defense much _ ore than we do in this part of the country.,, . remainder of the girls were all called senators and the president, who was Miss Ann Morgan of Marion, Ill., appointed various committees, which functioned dur- ing the conclave. Among the speakers who appear- ed before the girls was Secretary of Defense Wilson, John Foster Dulles, Secretary of State, Ivy Baker Priest, Treasurer of the United States, Vice President Rich- ard Nixon, Mrs. Bowden D. Ward, national president of the American Legion Auxiliary, and various oth- The Ralph Pederson family re-Murray King home were his broth- The Rev. L. E. Smestad officiat- mother had a navy street dress t lIiss Meberg was in WashingtOn o attend Girl's Nation, a national citizenship encampment n sponsored by the American Legio auxiliary, having been a candidate for gover- nor at Girls State at the State uni- Versity in June• Classes in various phases of government were held at the Am- .erican University and the 98 girls attendance were billeted in dor- aitories at the college• re emphasis was placed on politics at Girl's Nation, Meberg said, than had been irls State, which is also spon- by the American Legion aux- . The group was divided into me Federalist and the Nationalist Parties and elected only the presi- dent and the vice president. The SPRING WATER Fer high quality, all pur- Dose spring water contact the state licensed, state approved KJOS. BROS. SPRINGS Min- eral content well within the lits recommended by the Amertean Public Health As- aOciation. Delivered by S CARL'S PRING WATER SERVICE Grsfton, Phone 534 OLIVER DESAUTEL Hoople , Dial 32471 BOB OIHUS Grafton Phone 1190 KJOS BROS. SPRINGS lark River Dial 23120 r era. On sight seeing tours about the I city, the girls visited Mt. Vernon, ! turned from a ten day trip to Se- attle where they visited Mrs. Ped-i erson's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mason• Guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Amstrup were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Haaven and son, Bradley, Mr, and Mrs. Hector Gendrean and the Raymond where they placed a wreath on the i tomb of George Washington, Ar- Lebrun family, all of Langdon. lington cemetry, where a wreath Mrs. Chester Baker and daugh- was placed on the tomb of the un-J known soldier and they witnessed the changing of the guard at this hallowed place, the Pentagon, the House of Representatives, the Senate chambers, the White House and the Lincoln Memorial. The girls from North Dakota had a picture taken with Rep. Usher L. Burdick of North Dakota, and also appeared on television with him. Expenses of the trip were paid by the American Legion Auxiliary and arrangements had been made for a large delegation to travel to- gether from Minneapolis and dur- ing a stop over in Chicago, auxil- iary units from that city met the .girls, took them shopping and pro- vided dinner for them. The time change proved confus- ing to the girls, who were from all parts of the United States and Pan- area, they were never sure wheth- er they were to follow just plain eastern time or eastern daylight saving time. As a result, things were snafu some of the time. Miss Meberg ,-praised the Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary for their sponsorship of beth Girls State and Girls' Nation and said it was a most worthwhile and oustanding experience for her. Sponsoring her attendance a Girls' State was the Fortnightly Study Club of Park River• Dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Charley O'Brien were Mrs. Mary Bruce, Helen Connor, Mrs. Frank Leonard, Mrs. P. J. Kenney and Mrs Margaret Devin- ey of Mason City, Ia. er and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gorman King of Valley City. Mrs. Harry O'Brien and Mr. and Mrs. George D. Jones and son, Paul, were visitors in Fargo Mon- day. House guests of Mrs. Julius Berg the past week were her daughters, Miss Olivia Berg of St. Paul, and Mrs. Douglas Johnstone and her daughter, Debra, of Minneapolis. Saturday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Am- strup were Mr• and B. F. Stanton of Ithaca, N. Y. Mrs. Stanton is the former Lara Kristjanson, who was home extension here for a few years, resigning last year. John Whalen of Indianapolis, Ind., arrived Sunday by plane to spend a month with his grandpar- tar, Virginia, from Coteau, Mont., are spending a few days here at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. A. Ckalet and in Grand Forks with the Carl Neilson family. Mrs. Neilson and Mrs. Baker are sisters. House guests of Mrs. T. Bakke  are her son/n-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Einar Windingland and children, Lynn and Rita, of Ar- I ents Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Landsbor- lington, Va. They were accompan- I ough and with his aunts, Mrs. Mar- ted by Mr. and Mrs. Lars Winding_ I vin Sorenson and Mrs. Norman land, Einar's parents, of Edinburg, I isaacson. who had been visiting with them l Mr and Mrs Tom Dougherty in Virginia. I ' " " i " -- .......... | and sons, of Wasn ngon, D.C., wr. a-a Mrs. Isaac Ellingson en-[ who have spent about three weeks tertained a large group of relatives I here at the home of Mr. Dougher- at their farm home Sunday for a ty's mother Mrs Walter Dougher- picnic dinner and supper. Among]ty returned to their home Satur- the guests were the Einar Wind-]day. They were called here early ingland family of Arlington, Va., [ this month by the illness and death and the following Park Riverites. [of Mr Dougherty's father Walter Mrs. T. Bakke, Mrs. Earl Monta- Dougherty. gue, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Strand and Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Meagher re- John Montague• turned Saturday from a three weeks' vacation trip to the west FORMER TEACHER SETS coast• They attended the stampede WEDDING DATE OR JULY 29 , at Calgary, Alberta, went sight see- Mr• and Mrs• Gilfred Langlie of ing at Banff, Lake Louise and vis- Mayville announce the approach- ited the Jasper ice fields. They ing marriage of their daughter, visited their son-in-law and daugh- Darlyne Yvonne to LeRoy Brenna, ter. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lysengen son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and family at Wauconda, Wash., Brenna of Hatton. and with Dr. and Mrs. T. A Mart Miss Langlie taught in Park Riv- and family in Seattle• They also er last year. Mr. Brenna taught at took a beat trip from Seattle to Ada. Minn.. last year. Vancouver. B. C. The homeward i The wedding is set for July 29 in ourney was made by way of the Mayville Lutheran church. Yellowstone National park. XA00c Pick For A P,'cn,c Sweetheart Sliced Coneys, Sliced Buns, Enriched Bread Because they're fresher than the freshest, better than the best, sell ,more than the most, . they re way out ahead . . . so pick Sweetheart Breodl CmmFs! Bun \\; ed at the rites in Our Saviour's Lutheran church, using the double ring ceremony• Miss Ruth Thompson was at the piano for the nuptial music. Solo- rots were Mms Carol Sholey of Fairdale and Mrs. Ivan Johnson of Park River. They sang "The Lord's Prayer," "Because' and "I Love You Truly•" Given in marriage by her broth- er, James Levin, the bride wore a gown of nylon illusion net over satin, floor length, with a half skirt of hand clipped lace, tight fitting lact bodice fashioned with a scal- loped neckline. Her chapel veil fell from a half hat of tucked lace, trimmed with seed pearls. The bridal bouquet was red roses. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a pearl necklace. Mrs. Don Tingum of Larimore was matron of honor and wore an ice 51ue affeta gown with net overskirt. The bridesmaids, Bever- ly Magnusson of Park River, Mrs. Wayne Rice of Stephen, Minn., and Mrs. Robert Thompson of Gilby, were dressed alike in gowns of pale blue taffeta with net over- skirts. All worematching head- bands and carried bouquets of sweetpeas with a candle in the center of the bouquet. Their gifts from the bride were pearl earrings. Don Tingum of Larimore was best man. Groomsmen were Clin- ton Lewis, Park River and Charles Nissen, Larimore, a cousin of the bridegroom, and Dick Anderson, also of Larimore. Ushers were Gladwin Jansen, nephew of the bride, and James Nissen, cousin of the bridegroom. All wore dark trousers with white jackets and had maroon carnation bouton- nieres. Flower girl was Kathy Staton of Houston, Texas, niece of the bride- groom and Kenny Funseth, nephew of the bride was ring bearer. The flower girl wore a gown of white nylon with matching head band with white accessories. Both moth- ers had corsages of pink roses• Baskets of delphinium and baby breath decorated the church. After the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors with Mrs. H. D. Long and Mrs. Clifford Frovarp acting as hostess- es. The serving was done by Circle No. 4 of the Lutheran ladies aid. Mrs. Martin Severson baked the wedding cake. Pouring were aunts of the bridal couple, Mrs. Ivan Dahl of Milton and Mrs. Laura Kalness, of Lari- more. The wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs. L. O. Staton, of Houston, Texas, sister of the bride- groom and Mrs. Carl H. Dahl, Park River, aunt of the bride. Mrs. Rob- ert Espe of Fargo, was at tne guest book. At the gift table were Mrs. Duane Olson, of Mekinock, Mrs. Max Adams of Parshall, Mrs. Lil- lian Funseth and Kathryn Odden, Park River. Assisting with the serving were Miss Delaine Olson of Northwood, i Mrs. Alphield Lyng of Cummings, i Lois Engen, of Brooten, Minn., Grace Svendsen of Argyle, Minn., Marilyn Rundell of Willmar, Min- nesota and Joy Estad of Crystal. A graduate of the Walsh County School here, and the Mayville State Teachers College, the bride taught at Halstad, Minn., last year. Mr. Nissen is a graduate of the Larimore high school and Aaker's Business College in Grand Forks. After a trip to Detroit Lakes, Mr. and Mrs. brissen are at home at 314 South Fourth St.. Grand Forks. For her going away outfit, the bride chose a dress and, coat en- semble with white accessories and a corsage of red roses. Mr. and Mrs. George Eckoff of Chicago arrived Sunday to visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Cowger and the latter's father, Joe Weber. Mrs. Eekoff is a sister of Mr Weber. THE GREATEST NAME IN B ! OLD CROW DISTILLERY CO, DIV. OF NATIOflAL DIST. PROD. CORP., FRANKFORT, KY. Here today... gone tomorrow! In practically no time, a sudden hail srm can ruin your crop. But it needn't ruin you, too. With adequate Hall Insurance, you can protect younalf againol: tim crippling financial loss that hail so often brings. See m so for complete talls on Hall Immee in the reliable oompanles we repremnL Ras are mwprb. ingly low (only a few oents an aem), , ; and i eo • o mm  hum sa tin I The First State Bank