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JULY 26, 1956 Park River News and Mrs. Wendell White and spent Sunday at the home at Walhalla. and Mrs. Thorleif Moe en- at a birthday picnic on lawn Saturday evening in of their son, Merlyn, who that day. The guests were Chally family, Mr. and l Hanson, Alfred Kjelland Alpha, Mr. and Mrs. Gloriana and Marlene Severson, Liddle, Gilbert Moe and Elvira Johnson. and Mrs. D. D. Smith took use guests of the past and Mrs. Millard White, Forks Thursday where the plane for De- to visit relatives. Be- -they will purchase ear in Detroit to take back to their home at Hone- On Wednesday eve- and Mrs. Smith entertain- visitors. Guests were rs. Edgar White, Mr. and White and son, War- Jack Pettit and son White is a brother Smith and of Edgar White. Mr. and Mrs. Max Adams and family of Parshall spent the week end here at the home of her par- eats, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fro- varp. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wang, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Flaten and family, Joyce Lindell and Clarence Wang spent the week end in Bemidji, at the Art Bode home. Kathy Wang, who had visited there for two weeks, returned home with them. Rev. Donald Flaten, former Park River man, who was recently or- dained a Lutheran minister, offi- ciated at his first baptism Thurs- day, July 19. The service took place at Pleasant Valley church and the baby was the new minis- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Arnold visited with Mrs. Sheridan Arnold in Lari- more last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Parke and daughters, June and Stasia, of St. Paul, are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fail left Sunday for Erskine, Minn., to spend a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin .Bodahl, and will go to Bemidji before return- ing home next week. Mrs. Joseph Masloski returned Thursday from Rapid City, S. D., where she had spent two weeks with her son-ln-taw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Boshart (Joyce Masloski) and family. ter's nephew, Kenneth Alfred Mr. and Mrs. Allerd O. Johnson Flaten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck / and family returned home Sunday Flaten. Sponsors were Mr. andafter spending a few days around Mrs. Marvin Flaten and Miss Ald Duluth and the North Shore drive Flaten. ]as well as other northern Minne- Mr. and Mrs. William Ferguson I sota points. and family of Beltrami. Minn., are Mrs. Jac ck Pettit and little son, spending the week at the home of James Duncan, left Sunday for Mrs. Ferguson's parents, Mr. and their home at Stitzer, Wis. They Mrs. Elmer Staven. They have also had spent several weeks here at been visiting with the John R. Fer- gusons an.d Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams. On Sunday they went to Edmore to spend the day with Mrs. Ferguson's grandparent;s, Mr. and Mrs. Elling Knudson. Westinghouse 00nVACUUM CLEANER STeOI00.SAVEe ACTiOt00 t Why pusb-puslk-push . . . when one stroke does lt • Suction Control • Floor-n-Ig Tool • Reel-Away Cord Decorator Styled FREE DEMONSTRATION DOUBLE GUARANTEED: • S-year pedormaace Imramtee • $20.00 Trade-/n Guaramtee the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar White. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Vavrosky, who have been visiting here the past week at the home of the for- mer's brother, Tim Vavrosky, left this week for their home at Pull- man, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. 'Isaac Akre and daughter Doris, Mrs. Ole Slette, Mrs. Ambrose Spoonland and chil- dren, Ross and Joan, spent last Friday at Newfolden Minn., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stavee. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Larson were O. P. Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Olger Larson and children, Ranne and Shelle, all of East Grand Forks, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lar- son and children Kathy and Bruce of Grand Forks. The men are bro- thers of Gordon Larson. Mrs. August Geston, of Grafton, formerly of Park River, is a patient at the Grafton Deaoconess hospi- tal, having fractured a hip in a fall recently. Mrs. Geston was employ- ed at the Eyolfson Drug Store here for several years before moving to Grafton. Mrs. Bergit Thompson has re- turned home after an absence of four weeks. She visited her son-in- law and dadghter, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lee in Minneapolis, and at Sioux Falls, S. D., she was a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Christenson, and at Water- town, S. D., she visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ZimmeL Mr and Mrs. Harold Garnaas are back home again after a two dill Special Price $49.95 0. P. 01son Hardware Park River, North Dakota Over night guests Monday at the Herb Thiele home were his brother Morris Thiele, and family of Mc- Clusky, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Peder Pederson spent Sunday in Fordville at the home of her parents, Mr. a.nd Mrs. W. F. Willer. David Ford Sr. and sons, David and Alex Ford and their families, spent Sunday at the Wilbur Mc- Cauley home at Neilsville, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Welmar Skager spent the week end at the lakes near Lake of the Woods, in north- ern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Thorleif Moe and son, Gayln, Ellen Hey and Elvira Johnson drove to Devils Lake on Sunday to attend the water carni- val at Lakewood park. Mrs. Gordon Malm and family of Tacoma Wash., are visiting here at the home of Mrs. Malm's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson. They made the trip by car. The Golden Valley Luther Lea- gue will sponsor an ice cream so- cial at the Bible camp Sunday, July 29, at 8 p.m. Everyone is wel- come to attend. Rev. Miller will speak at the Park River Mission Sunday, July 29. Allen Flaten will speak at 8 p. m., Tuesday and Wednesday, July 31 and Aug. 1. and Thursday with Mrs. Vera .  Smith and Avis Media at Alvarado, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Christianson ox Minn. Thursday afternoon they Gull Lake, Sask., visited at the called on Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lin- home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jet- foot in Grand Forks. genson, Mr. Christianson is an un- House guests last week of Mrs. cle of Mr. Jergenson. Knute Stevens were Mr. and Mrs. Miss Dorothy Sharpe is spending Emil Erickson and daughter, Shir- three weeks vacation here with her ley, of Moorhead. On Tuesday, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel lMl:s. Stevens and her guests were Sharpe. Miss Sharpe is a nurse at 1 dinner, guests of Mr. and Mrs. El- the University Hospital in Minne-Imer Staven and supper guests of apolis, t Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stevens. Mr. and Mrs J, O, Severson spent last week end at Detroit Lakes, Minn/ Mr. and Mrs Ben J. Middendorf and Mrs Will McEachern visited at 'Forest River Sunday at the George Gowa n home. Allen Lindell of this city has enlisted in the air force and is sta- tioned at Parks air force base in California. A week end guest of Miss Ruth Thompson was Miss Lorraine Kal- gard of Towner, home extension agent in Pierce county. She is a former Park River resident. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar White and Mr. and Mrs. Millard White spent Friday at the Garth White home in 'Jamestown. The Millard Whites are here from Honolulu, Hawaii. Garfield ladies aid will serve at the Isaac Ellingson farm home on Thursday, Aug. 2, from 2:30 to 7 p.m. Hostesses will be Mesdames Elling- son, John Madland, Carol Ellingson and Earl Montague. Rev and Mrs, Donald Flaten and children of St. Paul were supper ;uests at the Harold Flatn home. On Monday evening Ruth Thomp- son and Lorraine Kalgard of Town- er visited at the Flaten home. Mrs. Harold Flaten and sons, Ste- phen and Mark, spent Wednesday RED OWL FEATURES... BLACK KHIGHT-WHOLE UN?RLED LOW PRICES AT RED OWL PRESERVES owt RASPBERRY 12-O7. JAR points in Wisconsin and in .Minne- ------'----'i'" apolis. In Appleton, Wis., they Vao BEANS 6 in Milwaukee they were guests of o OWL Mr. and Mrs. Marion Byba. Their CATSUP I FRESH PACK. REGULAR OR ZOdd'R twin daughters, Faye and Kaye, stayed with their grandmother, Mrs. Ole Garnaas, in Adams, while they were away. SOFT ICE CREAM Freezer Fresh! 10c SUNDAES & MALTS- 25c , .,b 4,,, 4. 4. :P ,$ New: Sensational N4OP£T RED q CCgN-OF.r,.SE4 TUNA RIGHT FROM OUR SOFT SERVER MACHINE t (:ONES- 5c & PICKLES 0035' TOILET TISSUE =LCOR 16 ,leo CIRCUS pEANUTS, SPEARMINT LEAVES, SWEDISH NTS *CANDLES "'* 00o2g OWL CHEESE SPREAD VELVEETA SUMMER SAUSAGE CERVELAT WIZDOM, TENDER GREEN PEAS 8,6-o= lR DEL kUSbnE PINEAPPLE HARVEST QEN 008s, COFFEE STRAWBERRIES PKGS.  I Home Grown CORN on the cob __ dz 39c CUCUMBERS Slicers .... each 7€ LETTUCE ....... Jumbo 2 for 29c VALL CHCOUCrE, STRAWBERRY,  PEACH ice Cream FARMDALE Red Owl Agency IPr.AT'... * bOWl I,O1 NSS * eW axasm ssce TWO for ONE SPECIAL Saturday & Sunday Buy one 5c or 10€ Cone---Get the Second one FREE! Walsh Center Creamery Park River, N. Dak. OPEN SUNDAYS, 2 to 6 P. M. Lorenz Mahrer, Owner Quality Meats for Less Fresh RING BOLOGNA 3 rings 89€ For a Good Dinner, Try PORK STEAK Ib 49€ Farmdale BACON Ib 43€ Ready to Eat SMOKED PICN!CS Ib35c Delicious, Tasty CHUCK ROAST, Blade Cuts __ Ib 39€ Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thiele and daughter, Camille, and s6fi,,Jobn, were week end visitors at Lake Lida, near Pelican, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Seversoa :were visitors at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, r. and Mrs. Don Tollefson and fraily i Moorhead July 15. Other .gue at the Tollefson home were the Ly Severson family of Breckenridge, '. Minn. They picnicked in Oak Grove park in Fargo. Capt. Margaret E. Dougherty left Monday for her Marine Corps sta- tion at Washington, D. C. Her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dough- erty, went with her as far as Be- midji, where the latter was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Leonard Folson. Mr. Dougherty and his daughter went on together to Wat- erloo, Iowa, to visit Jack Dougher- ty, who is in ill health. He is a brother of Harold. JOY SKYRUD ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. James Skyrud of Adams, announce the engagement of their daughter, Joy Ardell, to David Nordlie, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Nordlie, of Lltchfield, Minn. The wedding will take place at the Mountain Lutheran church in Adams Sept 2. NOTICE FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received at the superintendent's office of the Walsh County Agricultural and Training School at Park River, North Dakota, up to 8:00 P. M., Friday, August 10, 1956 for the following: 1. 20,000 gallons, more or less, as will be required for the school year 1956-570 of No. 2 fuel oil in transport lots to be delivered to the school storage tanks at Park River, North Dakota. Storage cap- acity is 6,000 gallons. 2. 20 tons, more or less, as will be required for the school year 1956-57 of bituminous stoker coal in carload lots. Bids for same are for furnishing only and do not in- clude hauling to school bins. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated July 24, 1956. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE WALSH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL & TRAINING SCHOOL A. G. STRAND, Secretary Want Ads For Sale: new potatoes and other fresh garden vegetables. Carl Lar- son, 1 blk N of Gussie's drive In, Phone 36731. * Wanted to Buy: 5-room house in Park River. Herb Walker, city. *2 FOR SALE: 5 houses, 1 apt house, 1 garage. See Roy Neste, city j26 FURNISHED HOUSE For Sale in Park River. Dial 47162. tfj2 TONITE FRI. SAT. lOAN iHNtqT-ila itlHI0 tie G. SUN. MON. TUES JULY 29--30--31 CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY FROM 2:45 STARRIN DAN DAIL[Y,, CYD PROM M-Q-M N O01.OR AND INilMAneoPii EVERY WEDNESDAY IS TAKE A CHANCE ADMISSION Adults and Students Children ISe, COMING SOON SUN. MON. TUES. AUG. 5----6--7 JULY 26, 1956 Park River News and Mrs. Wendell White and spent Sunday at the home at Walhalla. and Mrs. Thorleif Moe en- at a birthday picnic on lawn Saturday evening in of their son, Merlyn, who that day. The guests were Chally family, Mr. and l Hanson, Alfred Kjelland Alpha, Mr. and Mrs. Gloriana and Marlene Severson, Liddle, Gilbert Moe and Elvira Johnson. and Mrs. D. D. Smith took use guests of the past and Mrs. Millard White, Forks Thursday where the plane for De- to visit relatives. Be- -they will purchase ear in Detroit to take back to their home at Hone- On Wednesday eve- and Mrs. Smith entertain- visitors. Guests were rs. Edgar White, Mr. and White and son, War- Jack Pettit and son White is a brother Smith and of Edgar White. Mr. and Mrs. Max Adams and family of Parshall spent the week end here at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fro- varp. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wang, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Flaten and family, Joyce Lindell and Clarence Wang spent the week end in Bemidji, at the Art Bode home. Kathy Wang, who had visited there for two weeks, returned home with them. Rev. Donald Flaten, former Park River man, who was recently or- dained a Lutheran minister, offi- ciated at his first baptism Thurs- day, July 19. The service took place at Pleasant Valley church and the baby was the new minis- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Arnold visited with Mrs. Sheridan Arnold in Lari- more last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Parke and daughters, June and Stasia, of St. Paul, are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fail left Sunday for Erskine, Minn., to spend a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin .Bodahl, and will go to Bemidji before return- ing home next week. Mrs. Joseph Masloski returned Thursday from Rapid City, S. D., where she had spent two weeks with her son4n-]aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Boshart (Joyce Masloski) and family. ter's nephew, Kenneth Alfred Mr. and Mrs. Allerd O. Johnson Flaten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck / and family returned home Sunday Flaten. Sponsors were Mr. andafter spending a few days around Mrs. Marvin Flaten and Miss Ald Duluth and the North Shore drive Flaten. ]as well as other northern Minne- Mr. and Mrs. William Ferguson I sota points. and family of Beltrami. Minn., are Mrs. Jac ck Pettit and little son, spending the week at the home of James Duncan, left Sunday for Mrs. Ferguson's parents, Mr. and their home at Stitzer, Wis. They Mrs. Elmer Staven. They have also had spent several weeks here at been visiting with the John R. Fer- gusons an.d Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams. On Sunday they went to Edmore to spend the day with Mrs. Ferguson's grandparent;s, Mr. and Mrs. Elling Knudson. Westinghouse 00"VACUUM CLEANER STeOI00.SAVEe ACTiOt00 t Why push-push-push... when one stroke does lt • Suction Control • Floor-n-Iug Tool • Reel-Away Cord Decorator Styled FREE DEMONSTRATION DOUBLE GUARANTEED: • S-year performaace Guarantee • $20.00 Trade-/n Guarantee the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar White. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Vavrosky, who have been visiting here the past week at the home of the for- mer's brother, Tim Vavrosky, left this week for their home at Pull- man, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. 'Isaac Akre and daughter Doris, Mrs. Ole Slette, Mrs. Ambrose Spoonland and chil- dren, Ross and Joan, spent last Friday at Newfolden Minn., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stavee. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Larson were O. P. Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Olger Larson and children, Ranne and Shelle, all of East Grand Forks, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lar- son and children Kathy and Bruce of Grand Forks. The men are bro- thers of Gordon Larson. Mrs. August Geston, of Grafton, formerly of Park River, is a patient at the Grafton Deaoconess hospi- tal, having fractured a hip in a fall recently. Mrs. Geston was employ- ed at the Eyolfson Drug Store here for several years before moving to Grafton. Mrs. Bergit Thompson has re- turned home after an absence of four weeks. She visited her son-in- law and dadghter, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lee in Minneapolis, and at Sioux Falls, S. D., she was a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Christenson, and at Water- town, S. D., she visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ZimmeL Mr and Mrs. Harold Garnaas are back home again after a two dill/ Special Price $49.95 0. P. 01son Hardware Park River, North Dakota Over night guests Monday at the Herb Thiele home were his brother Morris Thiele, and family of Mc- Clusky, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Peder Pederson spent Sunday in Fordville at the home of her parents, Mr. a.nd Mrs. W. F. Willer. David Ford Sr. and sons, David and Alex Ford and their families, spent Sunday at the Wilbur Mc- Cauley home at Neilsville, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Welmar Skager spent the week end at the lakes near Lake of the Woods, in north- ern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Thorleif Moe and son, Gayln, Ellen Hey and Elvira Johnson drove to Devils Lake on Sunday to attend the water carni- val at Lakewood park. Mrs. Gordon Malm and family of Tacoma Wash., are visiting here at the home of Mrs. Malm's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson. They made the trip by car. The Golden Valley Luther Lea- gue will sponsor an ice cream so- cial at the Bible camp Sunday, July 29, at 8 p.m. Everyone is wel- come to attend. Rev. Miller will speak at the Park River Mission Sunday, July 29. Allen Flaten will speak at 8 p. m., Tuesday and Wednesday, July 31 and Aug. 1. and Thursday with Mrs. Vera .  Smith and Avis Modin at Alvarado, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Christianson oz Minn. Thursday afternoon they Gull Lake, Sask., visited at the called on Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lin- home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jet- foot in Grand Forks. genson, Mr. Christianson is an un- House guests last week of Mrs. cle of Mr. Jergenson. Knute Stevens were Mr. and Mrs. Miss Dorothy Sharpe is spending Emil Erickson and daughter, Shir- three weeks vacation here with her ley, of Moorhead. On Tuesday, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel lMl:s. Stevens and her guests were Sharpe. Miss Sharpe is a nurse at 1 dinner, guests of Mr. and Mrs. El- the University Hospital in Minne-Imer Staven and supper guests of apolis, t Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stevens. Mr. and Mrs J, O, Severson spent last week end at Detroit Lakes, Minn/ Mr. and Mrs Ben J. Middendorf and Mrs Will McEachern visited at 'Forest River Sunday at the George Gowa n home. Allen Lindell of this city has enlisted in the air force and is sta- tioned at Parks air force base in California. A week end guest of Miss Ruth Thompson was Miss Lorraine Kal- gard of Towner, home extension agent in Pierce county. She is a former Park River resident. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar White and Mr. and Mrs. Millard White spent Friday at the Garth White home in 'Jamestown. The Millard Whites are here from Honolulu, Hawaii. Garfield ladies aid will serve at the Isaac Ellingson farm home on Thursday, Aug. 2, from 2:30 to 7 p.m. Hostesses will be Mesdames Elling- son, John Madland, Carol Ellingson and Earl Montague. Rev and Mrs, Donald Flaten and children of St. Paul were supper ;uests at the Harold Flatn home. On Monday evening Ruth Thomp- son and Lorraine Kalgard of Town- er visited at the Flaten home. Mrs. Harold Flaten and sons, Ste- phen and Mark, spent Wednesday RED OWL FEATURES... BLACK KHIGHT-WHOLE UN?RLED LOW PRICES AT RED OWL PRESERVES DOWL RASPBERRY 12-O7. JAR points in Wisconsin and in .Minne- ------'----'i'" apolis. In Appleton, Wis., they Vao BEANS 6 in Milwaukee they were guests of o OWL Mr. and Mrs. Marion Byba. Their CATSUP I FRESH PACK. REGULAR OR KOSHER twin daughters, Faye and Kaye, stayed with their grandmother, Mrs. Ole Garnaas, in Adams, while they were away. SOFT ICE CREAM Freezer Fresh! 10c SUNDAES & MALTS- 25c , .,b 4,,, 4. 4. :P ,$ New: Sensational N4OP£T RED q CCgN-OF.r,.SE4 TUNA RIGHT FROM OUR SOFT SERVER MACHINE t (:ONES- 5c & PICKLES 0035' TOILET TISSUE =LCOR 16 ,leo CIRCUS pEANUTS, SPEARMINT LEAVES, SWEDISH MJNTS *CANDLES "'* 00o2g OWL CHEESE SPREAD VELVEETA SUMMER SAUSAGE CERVELAT WIZIX)M,  GREEN PEAS 8,6-o= lR DEL kU3NTE PINEAPPLE HARVEST QEN 008s, COFFEE STRAWBERRIES PKGS.  I Home Grown CORN on the cob __ dz 39c CUCUMBERS Slicers .... each 7€ LETTUCE ....... Jumbo 2 for 29c VALL CHCOUCrE, STRAWBERRY,  PEACH ice Cream FARMDALE Red Owl Agency ITIt, TI... * eWt axemma ssce TWO for ONE SPECIAL Saturday & Sunday Buy one 5c or 10€ Cone--Get the Second one FREE! Walsh Center Creamery Park River, N. Dak. OPEN SUNDAYS, 2 to 6 P. M. Lorenz Mahrer, Owner Quality Meats for Less Fresh RING BOLOGNA 3 rings 89€ For a Good Dinner, Try PORK STEAK Ib 49€ Farmdale BACON Ib 43€ Ready to Eat SMOKED PICN!CS Ib35c Delicious, Tasty CHUCK ROAST, Blade Cuts __ Ib 39€ Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thiele and daughter, Camille, and s6fi,,Jobn, were week end visitors at Lake Lida, near Pelican, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Seversoa :were visitors at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, r. and Mrs. Don Tollefson and fraily i Moorhead July 15. Other .gue at the Tollefson home were the Ly Severson family of Breckenridge, '. Minn. They picnicked in Oak Grove park in Fargo. Capt. Margaret E. Dougherty left Monday for her Marine Corps sta- tion at Washington, D. C. Her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dough- erty, went with her as far as Be- midji, where the latter was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Leonard Folson. Mr. Dougherty and his daughter went on together to Wat- erloo, Iowa, to visit Jack Dougher- ty, who is in ill health. He is a brother of Harold. JOY SKYRUD ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. James Skyrud of Adams, announce the engagement of their daughter, Joy Ardell, to David Nordlie, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Nordlie, of Lltchfield, Minn. The wedding will take place at the Mountain Lutheran church in Adams Sept 2. NOTICE FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received at the superintendent's office of the Walsh County Agricultural and Training School at Park River, North Dakota, up to 8:00 P. M., Friday, August 10, 1956 for the following: 1. 20,000 gallons, more or less, as will be required for the school year 1956-570 of No. 2 fuel oil in transport lots to be delivered to the school storage tanks at Park River, North Dakota. Storage cap- acity is 6,000 gallons. 2. 20 tons, more or less, as will be required for the school year 1956-57 of bituminous stoker coal in carload lots. Bids for same are for furnishing only and do not in- clude hauling to school bins. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated July 24, 1956. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE WALSH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL & TRAINING SCHOOL A. G. STRAND, Secretary Want Ads For Sale: new potatoes and other fresh garden vegetables. Carl Lar- son, 1 blk N of Gussie's drive In, Phone 36731. * Wanted to Buy: 5-room house in Park River. Herb Walker, city. *2 FOR SALE: 5 houses, 1 apt house, 1 garage. See Roy Neste, city j26 FURNISHED HOUSE For Sale in Park River. Dial 47162. tfj2 TONITE FRI. SAT. IOedt NNL:IT-DAgt itIHIIQ LEO  SUN. MON. TUES JULY 29--30--31 CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY FROM 2:45 STARRIN DAN DAILEY,, CYD FROM M-Q-M N COt*OR AND INilMAneoPii EVERY WEDNESDAY IS TAKE A CHANCE ADMISSION Adults and Students Children ISe, COMING SOON SUN. MON. TUES. AUG. 5--6--7