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PAGE FOUR iiiii:.iii:! iii ? i i! A former Park River boy, 12- year-old Douglas Hippe, is shown here receiving victory kisses from his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hippe, when he won the class B Fargo Soap Box derby July 18. He was runner up in the Class A contest. Douglas received a bicycle as the first prize in his division. The Hippe family lived here until moving to Fargo in 1949. Mr. Hippe is assistant price sup- port specialist with the North Dakota ASC Committee in Far- go. --Fargo Forum Photo. Edinburg News Notes W Pd.,SH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, JULY 26, By Mrs. Oluf Olson An orginal play "In the Wake of three times in this community. This event was unique in that it probably was the first time in the northwest that local people put on a play with both author and cast in the actual setting of the play. The Priscilla circle of the ladies aid served lunch after the play. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tharalson of Bismarck visited Sunday with Mrs. Tillie Stenerson. Mrs. Annie Johnstone of ]toople and Mrs. Christine Wasing, Graf- ton, were guests of Mrs. Tillie Stenerson Sunday Mrs. Selma Tveit. Mr. and Mrs. Konrad Tveit and family were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N*ygard Sunday. Mrs. Agnes Spornitz of Park River is making her home with Mrs. John Geston. Henry Moen of Ambrose, N. D., visited relatives in Edinburg. Mrs. Paul Stenerson and son, Wayne. of Grand Forks, were Sun- day guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Around Steen. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chally and daughter, Marlys, of Fairdale, was a guest of Mrs. Tillie Stenerson on Friday. Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Flaten are on a vacation trip to St. Paul and to the lakes. Dr. Flaten expects to be back in his office July 30. While Mrs. Flaten is away, Mrs. Einar Myrdal is assisting at the post of- lice. Magnus Geston of Fargo spent a few days with his mother, Mrs. John Geston. He had returned re- cently from Omaha, Neb., where he had been employed. Mr. and Mrs. Oluf Olson spent Sunday at the Oscar Ellingson! home. Mr. and Mrs. George Myra of Grafton, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ca- pouch and Charlotte of Grand Forks spent the week end at the Oscar Ellingson home. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Florence and sons, James and Robert, of Sioux City, Ia., were visitors at the Or- lin Nelson and Gerald Florence home from July 16 to 19. They left for a short stay at the lakes in Canada. The Elmer Norgart family, who have been living at Fordville, are moving to Ramsey, N. D., where Mr. Norgart will manage an eleva- tor. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Thorlacius went to Fordville and helped them with their moving, Mrs. Einar Thorlacius, mother of Mrs. Nor- gart, entertained at a going away party for her Friday afternoon. A gift was presented to Mrs. Norgart from the group. LOCAL NGWS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bailey (Myrtle Meagher) and family of Worland, Wyo., came Monday to spend the week with her mother, Mrs. T. F. Meagher and with other relatvies. Miss Mary Herrick of Grand Forks, spent the week end here at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Meagher. The Decca club held its annual picnic July 9 at the Harvey Tal- lackson home with 26 people in at- tendance. Husbands of the mem- bers were guests. Games and a so- cial time formed the diversion. The next meeting will be Aug. 13 at the Marvin Sorenson home. HARTZ ,,o,s * LOWEST EVERYDAY FOOD PRICES Park River, N.D. J.O. Severson Dial 22691 ,, J Lankln News I Mrs. Joe Swartz and son, drove "to Grand Forks July I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trends and/meet Gordon Swartz, who family of Grand Forks spent the/from Germany after corn: week end July 21 and 22 at the/two years in the army. -d Frank Brodina home | Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jelinek Mrs. Mabel Halverson is a family of Pisek were visitors at t patient at St. Ansgars hospital in Mark Novak home July 15. Park River Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sobolik and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Novak too- Neil and Carol, left Saturday tored to Park River July 19 where vacation trip to the Black Mr. Novak was treated for a leg and Colorado Springs, Colo. injury suffered in a tractor mis- Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Soukup hap. family of Fargo spent the Mrs. Julia Pic of Thief River end at the Edward Soukup horse. Falls spent a few days with her Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schanilec . brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Pisek visited at the R. F, MatejCe Mrs. Bill Bina. home July 13. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zahradka and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel KratochVil family and Beverly Anderson of and family of Grand Forks sP.e St. Paul are spending two weeks July 21 and 22 at the home of 1, at the homes of Mrs. Myrtle An-:and Mrs. James Kratochvil. derson and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hjelmeland. Typewriter ribbons at The pre Like MONEY These Savings from FAIRWAY! "k Pal, E Sat. July |I-H FAIRWAY Unsw. 8'  Added Grapefruit J00vkm. 2 Trinity Ladies Aid Meets Mrs. Burdie Wallum read "What is on TV tonight?" and "Radio Grows Up" as main features of the program given July 12 when Trin- ity ladies aid met. Rev. S. O. Kvaale read the scrip- ture and gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Kvaale played a piano solo. Mrs. Melstad brought greetings from several former pastors and their wives who had once served the Edinburg parish. She will give her report at the next meeting. It I was announced that a spirit- ual 'retreat will be held at the Bi- ble camp August 7. Mrs. Paul Bjorneby was appoint- ed social action secrefry with Mrs. Ragnar Johnson, alternate. Hostesses were Mesdames Einar Myrdal,  Ragnar Johnson, Patsy Sonderson, Leroy Peterson, Walter Bond Neri Evenson Helge Rustan, .Around Steen, Hazel and Nova Rustan. Play Depicting Pionee,r Life Given In Edinburg July 16 the Storm," written by Miss Lauga Geir of Mountain, was presented in Edinburg Monday evening, July 16. The author was also present for the occasion. The setting of the play is in the area around Mountain in the year 1886, with all scenes taking place in the home of Baldur, a home- steader. The first act portrays the events in the fall after Baldur's threshing rig pulled in. The second and third acts, showed activities in the next two weeks. Directing the play was Theodore Thorleifson and members of the cast were Helen Jonaason, Mrs. Dan Flanagan, Mrs. Sig Laxdal, Stefan Helgason, Leo Hillman, Bjorn Olgeirson, Alvin William Higaard, Mrs, WalttW Halldorson, Dana Flanagan. The play won first place in a contest sponsored by the Imperial Daughters of the Empire of Winni- peg and has been presented four to capacity audiences at Winnipeg, three times in, smaller towns and Drastic Price Reductions all through the store... i Fresh, desirable merchandise you will enjoy many weeks of Summer and early Fall. Come, Get Your Share. Women's Dresses Reg. $5,95 $7.95 $8.95 $9.95 NOW $4 SS $6 S7 Blouses Child's Dresses NOW $1,49 $1.99 , $1.33 $1.99 White Shoes Children's Wear DISCOUNT DISCOUNT 25% 33% 50% 25% 33% MANY, MANY OTHER SALE ITEMS, THROUGHOUT THE STORE. PLUS "Special Purchase" Items. Dakota Maid Gaines Lb Tin B & M BEANS. DOG FOOD ........................... 6 for 89c ARMOU R'S - : 11,OZ. Quaker Reg. 29c Vaue Rice Flakes pkg 15o TREET . . . . 24 oz bottle 59c Festal Fancy Cut Hunt's 14 oz Bottle Tomato Catsup .... 21c Sauerkraut __ 2 for 27c Asparagus Spears i;i0000s 33c SWANSON'S CHICKEN - -TUit4(4iY - BEEF 15 OZ Tin ..T 3 .69 c 2for55c PIES Butter Krnal 303 Tin DICED CARROTS ...................... 3 for 39 KRAFT'S Sliced Ameriwn Butter Kernal Cream Style 303 Tin CORN --3 for 50c CHEESE.... REAL GOLD Orange Drink . 3 o00o:. 49, Butter Kernal Early June 3 Sieve PEAS 3 for 53c Butter Kernal PEAS & CARROTS 2 for 39c i Libby's 46 oz tin -DAY IS CEREAL DAY WHOLE IRISH 2 lsz 25 liX POTATOES . II WHEATIE$ =z VELVEETA . . 00/1t s, SUOA. , .o,... 4 33, Ib pk[ 69c ORANGE JUICE JETS Hartz Breakfast All Purpose Grind Coffee Libby's Sliced or Halves in heavy syrup 303 Tin PEACHES ............................ 2 for 4Sc 4 oz Cello Meats Skinless .............................. Ib 3 BEEF CHUCK ROAST .......................... lb.  BEEF SHORTRIBS .............................. Ib ASSORTED COLD cUTS ......................... Ib 4 SMOKED PICNICS, Ready to Eat .................. Ib F California Diamond Light Walnut Meats pkg 39c Hershey's Choc. SYRUP 16 oz Tin 19c Eve zeaolles or Bake-Rite JELL.O SHORTENING --3 Ib Tin 79c Manchester 3f0r 25c 2 lb Box 49c Fruit & Vegetables BANANAS, Golden Ripe .......................... Ib 1 RED GRAPES .................................. Ib ]$ CARROTS, Cello ......................... .____ 2 bags $ CELERY, Large Stalks Each I Extra Special Three merchandise prizes giv- en every Saturday. A chance with every cash purchase of $2 or more. WINNERS Ist Prize, Jessie HaageY , 2nd Prize, Mrs. H. S tv 3rd Prize, Mrs. Iva i1,1,11 i Home Brand Pure 12 oz Jar FAIRWA00 Strawberry Preserves __ 2 f'r 59c BURES . Owned and OPerMlcl by John Bum Park River, North Dakota Dial PAGE FOUR iiiii:.iii:! iii ? i i! A former Park River boy, 12- year-old Douglas Hippe, is shown here receiving victory kisses from his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hippe, when he won the class B Fargo Soap Box derby July 18. He was runner up in the Class A contest. Douglas received a bicycle as the first prize in his division. The Hippe family lived here until moving to Fargo in 1949. Mr. Hippe is assistant price sup- port specialist with the North Dakota ASC Committee in Far- go. --Fargo Forum Photo. Edinburg News Notes W Pd.,SH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, JULY 26, By Mrs. Oluf Olson An orginal play "In the Wake of three times in this community. This event was unique in that it probably was the first time in the northwest that local people put on a play with both author and cast in the actual setting of the play. The Priscilla circle of the ladies aid served lunch after the play. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tharalson of Bismarck visited Sunday with Mrs. Tillie Stenerson. Mrs. Annie Johnstone of ]toople and Mrs. Christine Wasing, Graf- ton, were guests of Mrs. Tillie Stenerson Sunday Mrs. Selma Tveit. Mr. and Mrs. Konrad Tveit and family were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N*ygard Sunday. Mrs. Agnes Spornitz of Park River is making her home with Mrs. John Geston. Henry Moen of Ambrose, N. D., visited relatives in Edinburg. Mrs. Paul Stenerson and son, Wayne. of Grand Forks, were Sun- day guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Around Steen. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chally and daughter, Marlys, of Fairdale, was a guest of Mrs. Tillie Stenerson on Friday. Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Flaten are on a vacation trip to St. Paul and to the lakes. Dr. Flaten expects to be back in his office July 30. While Mrs. Flaten is away, Mrs. Einar Myrdal is assisting at the post of- lice. Magnus Geston of Fargo spent a few days with his mother, Mrs. John Geston. He had returned re- cently from Omaha, Neb., where he had been employed. Mr. and Mrs. Oluf Olson spent Sunday at the Oscar Ellingson! home. Mr. and Mrs. George Myra of Grafton, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ca- pouch and Charlotte of Grand Forks spent the week end at the Oscar Ellingson home. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Florence and sons, James and Robert, of Sioux City, Ia., were visitors at the Or- lin Nelson and Gerald Florence home from July 16 to 19. They left for a short stay at the lakes in Canada. The Elmer Norgart family, who have been living at Fordville, are moving to Ramsey, N. D., where Mr. Norgart will manage an eleva- tor. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Thorlacius went to Fordville and helped them with their moving, Mrs. Einar Thorlacius, mother of Mrs. Nor- gart, entertained at a going away party for her Friday afternoon. A gift was presented to Mrs. Norgart from the group. LOCAL NGWS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bailey (Myrtle Meagher) and family of Worland, Wyo., came Monday to spend the week with her mother, Mrs. T. F. Meagher and with other relatvies. Miss Mary Herrick of Grand Forks, spent the week end here at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Meagher. The Decca club held its annual picnic July 9 at the Harvey Tal- lackson home with 26 people in at- tendance. Husbands of the mem- bers were guests. Games and a so- cial time formed the diversion. The next meeting will be Aug. 13 at the Marvin Sorenson home. HARTZ ,,o,s * LOWEST EVERYDAY FOOD PRICES Park River, N.D. J.O. Severson Dial 22691 ,, J Lankln News I Mrs. Joe Swartz and son, drove "to Grand Forks July I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trends and/meet Gordon Swartz, who family of Grand Forks spent the/from Germany after corn: week end July 21 and 22 at the/two years in the army. -d Frank Brodina home | Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jelinek Mrs. Mabel Halverson is a family of Pisek were visitors at t patient at St. Ansgars hospital in Mark Novak home July 15. Park River Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sobolik and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Novak too- Neil and Carol, left Saturday tored to Park River July 19 where vacation trip to the Black Mr. Novak was treated for a leg and Colorado Springs, Colo. injury suffered in a tractor mis- Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Soukup hap. family of Fargo spent the Mrs. Julia Pic of Thief River end at the Edward Soukup horse. Falls spent a few days with her Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schanilec . brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Pisek visited at the R. F, MatejCe Mrs. Bill Bina. home July 13. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zahradka and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel KratochVil family and Beverly Anderson of and family of Grand Forks sP.e St. Paul are spending two weeks July 21 and 22 at the home of 1, at the homes of Mrs. Myrtle An-:and Mrs. James Kratochvil. derson and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hjelmeland. Typewriter ribbons at The pre Like MONEY These Savings from FAIRWAY! "k Pal, E Sat. July |I-H FAIRWAY Unsw. 8'  Added Grapefruit J00vkm. 2 Trinity Ladies Aid Meets Mrs. Burdie Wallum read "What is on TV tonight?" and "Radio Grows Up" as main features of the program given July 12 when Trin- ity ladies aid met. Rev. S. O. Kvaale read the scrip- ture and gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Kvaale played a piano solo. Mrs. Melstad brought greetings from several former pastors and their wives who had once served the Edinburg parish. She will give her report at the next meeting. It I was announced that a spirit- ual 'retreat will be held at the Bi- ble camp August 7. Mrs. Paul Bjorneby was appoint- ed social action secrefry with Mrs. Ragnar Johnson, alternate. Hostesses were Mesdames Einar Myrdal,  Ragnar Johnson, Patsy Sonderson, Leroy Peterson, Walter Bond Neri Evenson Helge Rustan, .Around Steen, Hazel and Nova Rustan. Play Depicting Pionee,r Life Given In Edinburg July 16 the Storm," written by Miss Lauga Geir of Mountain, was presented in Edinburg Monday evening, July 16. The author was also present for the occasion. The setting of the play is in the area around Mountain in the year 1886, with all scenes taking place in the home of Baldur, a home- steader. The first act portrays the events in the fall after Baldur's threshing rig pulled in. The second and third acts, showed activities in the next two weeks. Directing the play was Theodore Thorleifson and members of the cast were Helen Jonaason, Mrs. Dan Flanagan, Mrs. Sig Laxdal, Stefan Helgason, Leo Hillman, Bjorn Olgeirson, Alvin William Higaard, Mrs, WalttW Halldorson, Dana Flanagan. The play won first place in a contest sponsored by the Imperial Daughters of the Empire of Winni- peg and has been presented four to capacity audiences at Winnipeg, three times in, smaller towns and Drastic Price Reductions all through the store... i Fresh, desirable merchandise you will enjoy many weeks of Summer and early Fall. Come, Get Your Share. Women's Dresses Reg. $5,95 $7.95 $8.95 $9.95 NOW $4 SS $6 S7 Blouses Child's Dresses NOW $1,49 $1.99 , $1.33 $1.99 White Shoes Children's Wear DISCOUNT DISCOUNT 25% 33% 50% 25% 33% MANY, MANY OTHER SALE ITEMS, THROUGHOUT THE STORE. PLUS "Special Purchase" Items. Dakota Maid Gaines Lb Tin B & M BEANS. DOG FOOD ........................... 6 for 89c ARMOU R'S - : 11,OZ. Quaker Reg. 29c Vaue Rice Flakes pkg 15o TREET . . . . 24 oz bottle 59c Festal Fancy Cut Hunt's 14 oz Bottle Tomato Catsup .... 21c Sauerkraut __ 2 for 27c Asparagus Spears i;i0000s 33c SWANSON'S CHICKEN - -TUit4(4iY - BEEF 15 OZ Tin ..T 3 .69 c 2for55c PIES Butter Krnal 303 Tin DICED CARROTS ...................... 3 for 39 KRAFT'S Sliced Ameriwn Butter Kernal Cream Style 303 Tin CORN --3 for 50c CHEESE.... REAL GOLD Orange Drink . 3 o00o:. 49, Butter Kernal Early June 3 Sieve PEAS 3 for 53c Butter Kernal PEAS & CARROTS 2 for 39c i Libby's 46 oz tin -DAY IS CEREAL DAY WHOLE IRISH 2 lsz 25 liX POTATOES . II WHEATIE$ =z VELVEETA . . 00/1t s, SUOA. , .o,... 4 33, Ib pk[ 69c ORANGE JUICE JETS Hartz Breakfast All Purpose Grind Coffee Libby's Sliced or Halves in heavy syrup 303 Tin PEACHES ............................ 2 for 4Sc 4 oz Cello Meats Skinless .............................. Ib 3 BEEF CHUCK ROAST .......................... lb.  BEEF SHORTRIBS .............................. Ib ASSORTED COLD cUTS ......................... Ib 4 SMOKED PICNICS, Ready to Eat .................. Ib F California Diamond Light Walnut Meats pkg 39c Hershey's Choc. SYRUP 16 oz Tin 19c Eve zeaolles or Bake-Rite JELL.O SHORTENING --3 Ib Tin 79c Manchester 3f0r 25c 2 lb Box 49c Fruit & Vegetables BANANAS, Golden Ripe .......................... Ib 1 RED GRAPES .................................. Ib ]$ CARROTS, Cello ......................... .____ 2 bags $ CELERY, Large Stalks Each I Extra Special Three merchandise prizes giv- en every Saturday. A chance with every cash purchase of $2 or more. WINNERS Ist Prize, Jessie HaageY , 2nd Prize, Mrs. H. S tv 3rd Prize, Mrs. Iva i1,1,11 i Home Brand Pure 12 oz Jar FAIRWA00 Strawberry Preserves __ 2 f'r 59c BURES . Owned and OPerMlcl by John Bum Park River, North Dakota Dial