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PAGE SIX WANT ADS For Sale: Shorthorn feeder calves. Fran Kalal, Lankin, N.D. * Amera's greatest science writer ' tells  "Why There Can Not Be Anothe War." See The American Veekly with Sunday's Chicago Ameiian, On Sale at Eyolfson's. ForRent: Sander & Edger. Malde & Sharl Hdwe, city tf Would, like to buy used baby crib with mattress. Condition not im- portant. Emerson Hall, Pisek * We finance farm buildings. Con- solidated Construction Co., Langdon, N. D. Phone 89. tf EXCAVATING Basements, water lines, sewers. Septic tanks instal- led, $225 to $340. Trenching, foot- ings, culvert work. Farm water lines, 7 ft deep. Dug & filled 50c a foot. D. A. Ramsey, Dial 36832, Park River. m29tf FARM LAND FOR SALE: 12,000 acres located in Walsh county, Grand Forl county and Minne- ; COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA AT THE CHURCHES ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Masses during the summer at 8 a. m. and 10:30 a. m. each Sunday. Confessions each Saturday at 7:30 p. m. at the church. EDINBURG LUTHERAN Parish Trinity: Suazay worship service at 9:30. Dorcas circle July 31 at 8 p. m. at Mrs. Helge Rustan's. Odalen: Sunday worship at 11:10 Zion: Ladies aid Fri. Aug. 10, 2 p. m. Note change of date. --S. O. Kvaale, pastor BE B/XrIST CHURCH RoF  Marzolf, lstor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Classes for all ages. Morning worship at ii o'c!ocl Evening service at 8 o'clock Bible study and prayer meeting at 8 p. m. Wednesdays. t Thank you Lord, for churches fair, For all the people coming there, For teaching us of Thy great Love, For peace and guidance from above. Help more to learn of Jesus, Adopt Standard Lord. Give understanding in Thy Measurements Word. Help more to see the foolishness Of failing to seek Thy blessed- ness. --Amen. HOOPLE CHURCH NEWS By James R. Sonnenberg, Pastor First Lutheran, Hoople: Worship service at 9:30. Monday, 8 p. m. Building Com- mittee meets. sots, Priqes from $50 to $210 per Aug. 1: Ladies aid will meet at acre. Vavrovsky Ins. & Real Estate, } the park at 3 p. m. Picnic supper to 'ParkRiver. Dial 22241. tf [ follow meeting. For Sale: V-8 Ford Stock Car Good condition. Ernest Dahl, Park River. R 2 a2* DON'T Neglect to disinfect your grain bins or warehouses. Call Henry Green at Phone 22026. CUSTOM BALING, Sq. bales. 500 bales or more 10c. Twien tie. D. A. Pney, Park River. Dial 36832. WATER WELLS, drilled and bored. 2 to 50 i. diame/ers. We sell and Myen water systems Dial Porter Well Co., Park River, N, D. tt HOUSE FOR SALE: 2-bedrooms, Double garage. 2 nice lots. Clyde Dibble. city. a16 For Sale: Maytag washer. Like new. Oscar Olson, R. 1, Park River j26. * For Sale: Handyman jacks--ser- vice, parts and trades. Win. G. McConnachie, Fordville. a*2 Park Center: Worship service on Sunday at I1 a. m. Hvideso: Aug. 5: Worship at 11. Sunday school at 9:45. July 29:3 p. m. Ice cream social at Tom Estad's. Aug. 2: Ladies aid at the church at 2:30. Hostesses: Mrs. Leonard Estad and Mrs. L. Windingland. FEDERATED CHURCH Service Sunday, 11 a.m. Rev. Everett C. Owens, Pastor ST. PETER EPISCOPAl. Morning worship at 9:45. Rev. S. A. Glasgow, rector ZION LUTHERAI CHURCH Sunday, July 29. II a. m. Wor- ship service. South Trinity: Thursday, ladies aid at 2:'30. Sunday, July 29, wor- ship at 9 a. m. Oliver E. Johnson, pastor EDINBURG FREE CHURCH Garfield: Worship service July 29 at 9:30. Luther League officers will meet at the church July'31 at 8 p.m. Ladies aid Aug. 2, at 2:30. St. Peter: Ladies aid July 26 at 2:30. Luther League ice cream so- cial at Henry Lundene home July 29, 8 p. m. This is a benefit for the support of those going to the Luth- er League convention. Aadalen: No service, this week, Hitterdah Worship service July 29 at 11:15. Ladies aid Friday, Aug. 3 at 2:30. Parish Note: Youth night at Hit- terdal July 27. All youth of the parish and community welcome. L. B. Underbakke, pastor PARK RIVER LUTHERAN Parish Rev. L. E. Smestad, pastor Our Saviour's:. Sunday Services at 9:30 a. m. with Rev. Elden Land- vik in charge. Golden Valley: Sunday: Sunday school at 9:45. Worship at I] a.m.. with ReD. Elden Landvik in charge. The Luther League will sponsor an Ice cream Social at the Bible camp Sunday evening at 8 p. m. Everyone welcome. For Sale:, New garage, 14x26, to be move. Has 3 windows, side door and overhead oor. Insulated, Easi- ly changed to one-beroom house. Price very reasonable. Frank Ku- char, Lankin. a9* For Sale: 12x20 2-bin granary with 2 doors and 2 fill parts, $635. We will build any size and will build on your farm if desired. Robert- son Lumber Co. Vernon Chally, Mgr. Park River. a9 For Sale: 23-ft trailer. Ideal for sleeping quarters for working men. Elmo Setness. Dial 47492, a2 $ SILVER MOON CAFE t 'the next time you ape in ; Fargo or Moorhead $ STEAK AND SEA ,oov i Ft., Ave. : oorhesd. Mtnn Vtl -=::S with FARMA V See how much faster, easier you'll form! J See how little it costs! Farm the modern way.., with Ftl Fast- Hitch. Try the fastest, emiest implement hitch- ing you've ever known. Hitch or switch imple- ments in seconds. Have more time for in-the-field work. Do more jobs in a day...S what _qity Hitch... lu Fast-Ha . impmnm work as they hottld--free-floati or /=o]]ed. COME IN... or For Patterns By Joyce L. Fritzler Home Extension Agent All home sewers will be inter- ested to know that all the major pattern companies have adopted a revised standard of body measure- ments in patterns. This new stand- ard has been approved by the] measurement Standard Pattern I Committee of the Pattern Industry. it This new standard of measure- 1 ment was made to give the woman I who sews a better fit by helping her select the right size. The aver- age figure has changed through the use of the modern bra and foundation garment. The bustline has been raised. The standard body measurements are being changed to correspond to this new body change. You will find the new measure- ments in the pattern catalogs. The revised chart states that "These are body measurements, not garment measurements." Body measurements are the measurements you take on your body so you can select your pat- tern size. The pattern itself has some "ease" allowance in addition to the body measurements so you can move more comfortabely in the finished garment. Not all patterns in the catalogs show the new measurements but many of them do and the new ones added each month will show them.. The new measurements are shown on the back of all pattern envel- ops that were issued after the re- vised change of measurements were approved. The measurement chart in the pat2ern catalogues is the guide to follow in determining correct pat- tern size. On these charts it says, "Select your siz by the  meas- urement on this revised chart. Implement Co. Park River, North Dakota That size, then, is your correct size for all patterns in this catalogue even though the bust measurement on the envelop may be stated dif- ferently." If you have been using the high chest measurement to determine size it can now be discontinued. However, during this period of changeover, continue to check waist and hip measurements to de- termine if pattern alterations are needed. A booklet answering questions concerning the new body measure- ments standard for patterns effec- tive Jan. 15, 1956, can be obtained from the County Extension office. Quick treatment of mildew stains is important. First, brush off the surface growth of mildew. Do this out of doors, not in the house, be- cause the spores will scatter over other materials and produce a new growth of mildew. Soap and water will take care of fresh mildew stains on washable fabrics. If the stains are stubborn. treat them with bleach. Sodium perborate is a mild bleach that is safe for washable fabrics. It is a good idea to test colored fabrics with the bleach first to be sure it is color fast. Use a solution of one tablespoon of sodium perborate in one pint of lukewarm water spong- ed on the stain and left for a min- ute or two. Then rinse well. Dry cleaning is recommended for fab- rics that cannot be washed. Rites Held For Seymour Domstad Funeral services were held yes- terday for Seymour O. Domstad, 83, who died July 14, 1956 at his home near Union. Born in Minnesota, Nov. 13, 1872, Mr. Domstad came to Grafton with his parents as a young boy and lived there until he came to Edin-I burg as a young man. Later he] moved to Union where he had liv- ed continuously ever since. His wife. the former Margit Rus- tan, of Edinburg, died in 1947. Survivor's are two aughters and two sons, Mrs. Magnus Steinolfson of Mountain: Mrs. Marvin Evenson of Union, Elmer of Spokane and Melvin of Milton. There are also 13 grandchildren and six great grand- children. Mrs. A. A. Flaten of Ed- inburg is a sister and Alfred Dom- stad. Grafton, is a brother. The rites were held at Zion Lu- theran church at Union with ReD. S.O. Kvaale. officiating. Burial was in Zion cemetery. The Jensen funeral home of Edinburg was in charge of arrangements. Buy U. S. Savings Bonds today. THURSDAY, JULY 26, G. A. Vincent, who cdme to Mil- ton from Borger, Texas, 2 years ago, to stay for two weeks poses for a picture beside W. Wild No. 1 oil well in Cavalier county. In the oil business since 1904, Mr. Vincent is convinced that there is oil in Northeastern kota. Oil showings have tained in five cent said and three of are producing oil in county. (Photo by Hultstrand Ne Fte.. J#$t a ?lot ERNIE'S SAT. SPECIAL GINGER Cookies 2 Doz. 49 "Park River's Biggest Loafer ERNIE'S BAKERY Dial 22251 Park River, N. D. Big brothers of the ]=est seller ... and every bit as modern ! Series 9001} L.C.F. Chevrolet Heavyweight Champs New Loadmaster V8! This big heavy-duty load puller delivers 195 hp, 310 ft.-lbs, of torque! It's the leader in its class for compact short-stroke de- sign that delivers most horsepower per pound! New PowermatJc Transmission!* Six fully automatic forward speeds virtually eliminate manual gear shifting on hills or in traffic! Revolutionary "Retarder" gives safer downhill hauling, less brake wear! New Triple-Torque Tandems! Optional at extra cost in new Series 10000 models, new Triple- Torque Tandem hikes G.V.W.'s up to 32,000 lbs., G.C.W.'s up to 50,000 lbs.! New big-truck stylingl That sleek, massive front-end styling reflects the POWER these new Chevies provide, helps build your business prestige! Modern features such as these spark all phases of performance. If big trucks are part of your business, we'll expect to see you soon! *Optional at extra cost in Series 5000 hrough 10000 truck models. Champs of evet00 weight class ! Only franchised Chevrolet dealers  display this famous trademark LARSON CHEVROLET CO. PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA PAGE SIX WANT ADS For Sale: Shorthorn feeder calves. Fran Kalal, Lankin, N.D. * Amera's greatest science writer ' tells  "Why There Can Not Be Anothe War." See The American Veekly with Sunday's Chicago Ameiian, On Sale at Eyolfson's. ForRent: Sander & Edger. Malde & Sharl Hdwe, city tf Would, like to buy used baby crib with mattress. Condition not im- portant. Emerson Hall, Pisek * We finance farm buildings. Con- solidated Construction Co., Langdon, N. D. Phone 89. tf EXCAVATING Basements, water lines, sewers. Septic tanks instal- led, $225 to $340. Trenching, foot- ings, culvert work. Farm water lines, 7 ft deep. Dug & filled 50c a foot. D. A. Ramsey, Dial 36832, Park River. m29tf FARM LAND FOR SALE: 12,000 acres located in Walsh county, Grand Forl county and Minne- ; COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA AT THE CHURCHES ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Masses during the summer at 8 a. m. and 10:30 a. m. each Sunday. Confessions each Saturday at 7:30 p. m. at the church. EDINBURG LUTHERAN Parish Trinity: Suazay worship service at 9:30. Dorcas circle July 31 at 8 p. m. at Mrs. Helge Rustan's. Odalen: Sunday worship at 11:10 Zion: Ladies aid Fri. Aug. 10, 2 p. m. Note change of date. --S. O. Kvaale, pastor BE B/XrIST CHURCH RoF  Marzolf, lstor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Classes for all ages. Morning worship at ii o'c!ocl Evening service at 8 o'clock Bible study and prayer meeting at 8 p. m. Wednesdays. t Thank you Lord, for churches fair, For all the people coming there, For teaching us of Thy great Love, For peace and guidance from above. Help more to learn of Jesus, Adopt Standard Lord. Give understanding in Thy Measurements Word. Help more to see the foolishness Of failing to seek Thy blessed- ness. --Amen. HOOPLE CHURCH NEWS By James R. Sonnenberg, Pastor First Lutheran, Hoople: Worship service at 9:30. Monday, 8 p. m. Building Com- mittee meets. sots, Priqes from $50 to $210 per Aug. 1: Ladies aid will meet at acre. Vavrovsky Ins. & Real Estate, } the park at 3 p. m. Picnic supper to 'ParkRiver. Dial 22241. tf [ follow meeting. For Sale: V-8 Ford Stock Car Good condition. Ernest Dahl, Park River. R 2 a2* DON'T Neglect to disinfect your grain bins or warehouses. Call Henry Green at Phone 22026. CUSTOM BALING, Sq. bales. 500 bales or more 10c. Twien tie. D. A. Pney, Park River. Dial 36832. WATER WELLS, drilled and bored. 2 to 50 i. diame/ers. We sell and Myen water systems Dial Porter Well Co., Park River, N, D. tt HOUSE FOR SALE: 2-bedrooms, Double garage. 2 nice lots. Clyde Dibble. city. a16 For Sale: Maytag washer. Like new. Oscar Olson, R. 1, Park River j26. * For Sale: Handyman jacks--ser- vice, parts and trades. Win. G. McConnachie, Fordville. a*2 Park Center: Worship service on Sunday at I1 a. m. Hvideso: Aug. 5: Worship at 11. Sunday school at 9:45. July 29:3 p. m. Ice cream social at Tom Estad's. Aug. 2: Ladies aid at the church at 2:30. Hostesses: Mrs. Leonard Estad and Mrs. L. Windingland. FEDERATED CHURCH Service Sunday, 11 a.m. Rev. Everett C. Owens, Pastor ST. PETER EPISCOPAl. Morning worship at 9:45. Rev. S. A. Glasgow, rector ZION LUTHERAI CHURCH Sunday, July 29. II a. m. Wor- ship service. South Trinity: Thursday, ladies aid at 2:'30. Sunday, July 29, wor- ship at 9 a. m. Oliver E. Johnson, pastor EDINBURG FREE CHURCH Garfield: Worship service July 29 at 9:30. Luther League officers will meet at the church July'31 at 8 p.m. Ladies aid Aug. 2, at 2:30. St. Peter: Ladies aid July 26 at 2:30. Luther League ice cream so- cial at Henry Lundene home July 29, 8 p. m. This is a benefit for the support of those going to the Luth- er League convention. Aadalen: No service, this week, Hitterdah Worship service July 29 at 11:15. Ladies aid Friday, Aug. 3 at 2:30. Parish Note: Youth night at Hit- terdal July 27. All youth of the parish and community welcome. L. B. Underbakke, pastor PARK RIVER LUTHERAN Parish Rev. L. E. Smestad, pastor Our Saviour's:. Sunday Services at 9:30 a. m. with Rev. Elden Land- vik in charge. Golden Valley: Sunday: Sunday school at 9:45. Worship at I] a.m.. with ReD. Elden Landvik in charge. The Luther League will sponsor an Ice cream Social at the Bible camp Sunday evening at 8 p. m. Everyone welcome. For Sale:, New garage, 14x26, to be move. Has 3 windows, side door and overhead oor. Insulated, Easi- ly changed to one-beroom house. Price very reasonable. Frank Ku- char, Lankin. a9* For Sale: 12x20 2-bin granary with 2 doors and 2 fill parts, $635. We will build any size and will build on your farm if desired. Robert- son Lumber Co. Vernon Chally, Mgr. Park River. a9 For Sale: 23-ft trailer. Ideal for sleeping quarters for working men. Elmo Setness. Dial 47492, a2 $ SILVER MOON CAFE t 'the next time you ape in ; Fargo or Moorhead $ STEAK AND SEA ,oov i Ft., Ave. : oorhesd. Mtnn Vtl -=::S with FARMA V See how much faster, easier you'll form! J See how little it costs! Farm the modern way.., with Ftl Fast- Hitch. Try the fastest, emiest implement hitch- ing you've ever known. Hitch or switch imple- ments in seconds. Have more time for in-the-field work. Do more jobs in a day...S what _qity Hitch... lu Fast-Ha . impmnm work as they hottld--free-floati or /=o]]ed. COME IN... or For Patterns By Joyce L. Fritzler Home Extension Agent All home sewers will be inter- ested to know that all the major pattern companies have adopted a revised standard of body measure- ments in patterns. This new stand- ard has been approved by the] measurement Standard Pattern I Committee of the Pattern Industry. it This new standard of measure- 1 ment was made to give the woman I who sews a better fit by helping her select the right size. The aver- age figure has changed through the use of the modern bra and foundation garment. The bustline has been raised. The standard body measurements are being changed to correspond to this new body change. You will find the new measure- ments in the pattern catalogs. The revised chart states that "These are body measurements, not garment measurements." Body measurements are the measurements you take on your body so you can select your pat- tern size. The pattern itself has some "ease" allowance in addition to the body measurements so you can move more comfortabely in the finished garment. Not all patterns in the catalogs show the new measurements but many of them do and the new ones added each month will show them.. The new measurements are shown on the back of all pattern envel- ops that were issued after the re- vised change of measurements were approved. The measurement chart in the pat2ern catalogues is the guide to follow in determining correct pat- tern size. On these charts it says, "Select your siz by the  meas- urement on this revised chart. Implement Co. Park River, North Dakota That size, then, is your correct size for all patterns in this catalogue even though the bust measurement on the envelop may be stated dif- ferently." If you have been using the high chest measurement to determine size it can now be discontinued. However, during this period of changeover, continue to check waist and hip measurements to de- termine if pattern alterations are needed. A booklet answering questions concerning the new body measure- ments standard for patterns effec- tive Jan. 15, 1956, can be obtained from the County Extension office. Quick treatment of mildew stains is important. First, brush off the surface growth of mildew. Do this out of doors, not in the house, be- cause the spores will scatter over other materials and produce a new growth of mildew. Soap and water will take care of fresh mildew stains on washable fabrics. If the stains are stubborn. treat them with bleach. Sodium perborate is a mild bleach that is safe for washable fabrics. It is a good idea to test colored fabrics with the bleach first to be sure it is color fast. Use a solution of one tablespoon of sodium perborate in one pint of lukewarm water spong- ed on the stain and left for a min- ute or two. Then rinse well. Dry cleaning is recommended for fab- rics that cannot be washed. Rites Held For Seymour Domstad Funeral services were held yes- terday for Seymour O. Domstad, 83, who died July 14, 1956 at his home near Union. Born in Minnesota, Nov. 13, 1872, Mr. Domstad came to Grafton with his parents as a young boy and lived there until he came to Edin-I burg as a young man. Later he] moved to Union where he had liv- ed continuously ever since. His wife. the former Margit Rus- tan, of Edinburg, died in 1947. Survivor's are two aughters and two sons, Mrs. Magnus Steinolfson of Mountain: Mrs. Marvin Evenson of Union, Elmer of Spokane and Melvin of Milton. There are also 13 grandchildren and six great grand- children. Mrs. A. A. Flaten of Ed- inburg is a sister and Alfred Dom- stad. Grafton, is a brother. The rites were held at Zion Lu- theran church at Union with ReD. S.O. Kvaale. officiating. Burial was in Zion cemetery. The Jensen funeral home of Edinburg was in charge of arrangements. Buy U. S. Savings Bonds today. THURSDAY, JULY 26, G. A. Vincent, who cdme to Mil- ton from Borger, Texas, 2 years ago, to stay for two weeks poses for a picture beside W. Wild No. 1 oil well in Cavalier county. In the oil business since 1904, Mr. Vincent is convinced that there is oil in Northeastern kota. Oil showings have tained in five cent said and three of are producing oil in county. (Photo by Hultstrand Ne Fte.. J#$t a ?lot ERNIE'S SAT. SPECIAL GINGER Cookies 2 Doz. 49 "Park River's Biggest Loafer ERNIE'S BAKERY Dial 22251 Park River, N. D. Big brothers of the ]=est seller ... and every bit as modern ! Series 9001} L.C.F. Chevrolet Heavyweight Champs New Loadmaster V8! This big heavy-duty load puller delivers 195 hp, 310 ft.-lbs, of torque! It's the leader in its class for compact short-stroke de- sign that delivers most horsepower per pound! New PowermatJc Transmission!* Six fully automatic forward speeds virtually eliminate manual gear shifting on hills or in traffic! Revolutionary "Retarder" gives safer downhill hauling, less brake wear! New Triple-Torque Tandems! Optional at extra cost in new Series 10000 models, new Triple- Torque Tandem hikes G.V.W.'s up to 32,000 lbs., G.C.W.'s up to 50,000 lbs.! New big-truck stylingl That sleek, massive front-end styling reflects the POWER these new Chevies provide, helps build your business prestige! Modern features such as these spark all phases of performance. If big trucks are part of your business, we'll expect to see you soon! *Optional at extra cost in Series 5000 hrough 10000 truck models. Champs of evet00 weight class ! Only franchised Chevrolet dealers  display this famous trademark LARSON CHEVROLET CO. PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA