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PAGE FOUR  WALSH COUNT&apos;S PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, ( Circle No. II of the Lutheran! ladies aid met at the home of the president, Mrs. Homer Lucken on Tuesday. Bible study was given by Mrs. Melvin Jergenson. Rev. R. S. Chelmen gave the devotions. Guests were Mrs. Torfin Evenson and Mrs. Ernest Hellquist. Lunch was served. ! WEATHER REPORT 1 Park River has had an average i temperature of 82 for July and 2.68 I inches of rainfall for the month t was recorded at the County school. 1 Hottest day was July 11 when the raercury hit 94. All this week the high has been from 86 to 91. i 4 oz Bottle Real Cherry Red MARASCHINO CHERRIES - 15c i i i Bond's Dill |Bond's Sweet PICKLES, qt jar - 25c i|e[CKLe;, qt jar 31’ i Hi-C PARTY PUNCH, 46 oz can - 35c Libby's 17 oz can FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 for 47c Van Camp No. 2 can PORK & BEANS, 2 for - 35c Libby's Sliced t Ass'ted Flavors PEACHES, 17 oz 19c ] KOOL AID, 6 for 25c Libby's (in extra heavy syrup) CRUSHED PINEAPPLE, 14 oz- 19c SUNKIST LEMON JUICE, 8 oz bottle , Durkee's Black OS)& PEPPER, 4 oz tin , 40% Post's BRAN BRAN FLAKES F23: s 19c 37€ GOLF CLUB PLANS TW0-BALL Lankin News o..o .o., A two-ball foursome has been Darrell Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. announced for next Sunday by the Stanley Novak, celebrated his first Hillcrest golf club. The event will birthday July 18. Dinner and sup- begin at 1:30 o'clock and anyone per were served by Mrs. Novak and interested is invited to enter. Sup- Kathleen blew out the single birth- per will be served at the club day candle. Guests present for thehous e occasion were Mrs. Minnie Knaus, George Knaus and Mrs. Barbara Greener of Warsaw, Mr. and Mrs. John Novak st., Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lindell, Mr and Mrs. Tony Novak and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hagen and Marlys, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Novak and girls, Mr and Mrs. Duane Strand and Allen and Joe Helt, all of Lankin. LaVern and Juanita Pich of Ham- ilton, Ontario. are spending some time with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Long of Pasadena, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shereck were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Fiaten July 21. Vern Malafa of Grand Forks was a Saturday caller here at his par- ental home. Mrs. Charley Sticha is visiting at the home u2 her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Houska in Pisek. John Pich jr., Gordon Swartz and Clifford Anderson left Monday from Grafton for Fargo where they will take physical examinations for military training. Mary Trouba called at the Stan- ley Novak home Thursday after- noon. Louise Machart of McCanna is a guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kratochvil. John Karas Sr., was a guest at the home of Mrs. Emma Shereck one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Malfa have moved into the William Bina home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sobolik and family returned Sunday from a va- cation trip to points in Wisconsin and other states. Mrs. Melvin Malafa. a recent bride, was honored at a miscellan- eous shower held Sunday in the American Legion hall. A program consisting of a mock wedding, songs by the Cleveland ladies chor- us. accordion numbers by Mrs, Er- nest Hodny and a reading by Mrs. Frank Sticka. was given. The gifts were opened and lunch was served by Mrs. John Beneda, Mrs. Melvin Houska and Mrs. Charley Sticka. Mrs. Charles Rose and daughter, Sandra, were Grafton callers July 16th. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hien and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kratochvll at- tended a Farmers Union meeting at after the games. A party for members was held at the Country Club Sunday evening and cards formed the diversion. Re- freshments were served. Supper was served to 36 women at the club's weekly ladies day last Tuesday. Seventeen played golf during the afternoon and bridge games were the evening's entertain- ment. Mrs. Les Kelly won the golf] prize and Mrs. Elmer Argetsinger scored high for bridge. Patricia Johnson of Cavalier was named 1954 Grafton Potato Day Queen at the celebration there on Monday of this week. SILVER MOON CAFE the next time you are In Fargo or Moorhead STEAKS AND SEAFOODS ARE OUR SPECIALTY W m_ p. Kenney, ]Prop. ' 304 First AvL 8ou Moorheed. Minn DiII 8.-21I$ -400ar GOSH - I WISH I HAD/E COFFEE SHOP FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA Libby'sEarly 3 sieve McCanna July 19. Johnny Pich, accompanied by PEAS, 17 oz tin . - 19c Mrs. John Pich and Juanita Pieh of Hamilton, Ont., and, Louise PLch were Grand Forks callers July !, ,; ,:o..o0.:w ...,.... s..(.s...,.......-..........: ..... e.:o00 .. ,,:. Sea Swell  ,.   D.; pad from there will go o1' •  ; t thet:,home at Pasadena, Calif. Fo 1 lb can - - I]  ,L'e st tlwee w'eeks,tey have_ been visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shereck. the Chuck Flat- 12 oz tin Wilson's ] Baker s 4-in-1 ens the Wilfred Sherecks and-3/Ir. and Mrs. William Bina. :£HOPPED BEEF 35€ I COCOA MIX, Ib ctn. 43€ Mr. and Mrs. James Xratoehvtl •  ............. were Grafton callers July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bosh were vis- itors in Grand Forks Saturday. Dorothy Vasichek of Mr. Vernon, Wash., has arrived to spend some time here with her grandmother, Libby's 46 oz tin PINEAPPLE JUICE , 2 for 69c i Ulikem Strawberry PRESERVES,5 ib pail - 98c PETER PAN PEANUT BOTTER, 12 oz jar 33c Durkee's Pure Vegetable SHORTENING, 3 Ibtin - 83c Mrs. Anna Vasichek. Mr, and Mrs. Pete Bruski of Mil- waukee are visiting with relatives in Lanktn. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Corah Jr., of Minneapolis spent some time here week. Mrs. Pete Matejeek and '" and Mrs. Josephine MateJcek spent Friday at Edmore at the Ralph Kuchar home. Mrs. Joseph- ine Matejcek remained there to make a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Machovsky of Grand Forks were Lankin visit- ors Sunday. PARK RIVER MISSION Leonard Knoff will speak at the Park River Mission Friday and Sat July 30-31 at 8 p. m. Everybody is welcome to attend. eDOORS : • WINDOWS • PORCH • PATIO • BREEZEWAY • PICTURE WINDOW • STORES • OFFICES • HOMES Ventilated "Top That Breathes," with 2 Layers of Staggered Moldings, COOLS Interiors Up to 12° (USTOM-BUILT of Sturdy California Redwood or Aluminum. No More Pulting Up, Takin9 I)own, Storing Awnings. For Free Estimate Without Obligation, We Will Gladly Arrange An Appointment at Your Home or Office at Your Convenience, 6LEH MOHEN : GFTON,°N. D. PHONE 392 LIPTON TEA [NiEON MEAT ,,= 16' Vz-LB. I O. TEA BAGO q BANQU  U ' <. L U" BONED OHIOKEN. 0 K-O . PO'TAI"O i)HIPS.. ,z. PKC_. FAIRWAY SALAD MUSTARD " R. 17e e e • • • • Jv SERV-WH.L FRESH PAK DILL PIOKLES.. ^"'^. 330 (Regular or Kosher) CARNATION Malted Milk oo,, 39 c LB. JAR FA i RWAY Fruits & Vegetables TOMATOES, bulk, rep ripe Ib 20c CELERY, Pascal, large stlk. - ca. 17c LEMONS, Large & Juicy 6 for 22c ORANGES, Juicy Size doz 31c • MEATS • GROUND BEEF 3 BEEF STEAKS, Round or Sirloin - I1 BACON SQUARES, Cello, sugar cured - Ib PICNIC, Regular shankless Ib SANDWICH CUTS, Assorted I i DUNCAN HINES -- WHITE or DEVILS FOOD CAKE MIXES EXTRA SPECIALI Three merchandise prizes given every Saturday. A chance wih every cash purchase of $2.00 or more. Bures PARK RIVER, N. 0. 19-OZ. PKGS. WINNER 1st Prize: Florence Eckdahl, Edinburg 2nd Prize: Esther Jergenson, City 3rd Prize. Mrs. Nick Margaris, City irway Mark Owned and Operated by John Bures DIAL PAGE FOUR  WALSH COUNT'S PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, ( Circle No. II of the Lutheran! ladies aid met at the home of the president, Mrs. Homer Lucken on Tuesday. Bible study was given by Mrs. Melvin Jergenson. Rev. R. S. Chelmen gave the devotions. Guests were Mrs. Torfin Evenson and Mrs. Ernest Hellquist. Lunch was served. ! WEATHER REPORT 1 Park River has had an average i temperature of 82 for July and 2.68 I inches of rainfall for the month t was recorded at the County school. 1 Hottest day was July 11 when the raercury hit 94. All this week the high has been from 86 to 91. i 4 oz Bottle Real Cherry Red MARASCHINO CHERRIES - 15c i i i Bond's Dill |Bond's Sweet PICKLES, qt jar - 25c i|e[CKLe;, qt jar 31’ i Hi-C PARTY PUNCH, 46 oz can - 35c Libby's 17 oz can FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 for 47c Van Camp No. 2 can PORK & BEANS, 2 for - 35c Libby's Sliced t Ass'ted Flavors PEACHES, 17 oz 19c ] KOOL AID, 6 for 25c Libby's (in extra heavy syrup) CRUSHED PINEAPPLE, 14 oz- 19c SUNKIST LEMON JUICE, 8 oz bottle , Durkee's Black OS)& PEPPER, 4 oz tin , 40% Post's BRAN BRAN FLAKES F23: s 19c 37€ GOLF CLUB PLANS TW0-BALL Lankin News o..o .o., A two-ball foursome has been Darrell Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. announced for next Sunday by the Stanley Novak, celebrated his first Hillcrest golf club. The event will birthday July 18. Dinner and sup- begin at 1:30 o'clock and anyone per were served by Mrs. Novak and interested is invited to enter. Sup- Kathleen blew out the single birth- per will be served at the club day candle. Guests present for thehous e occasion were Mrs. Minnie Knaus, George Knaus and Mrs. Barbara Greener of Warsaw, Mr. and Mrs. John Novak st., Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lindell, Mr and Mrs. Tony Novak and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hagen and Marlys, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Novak and girls, Mr and Mrs. Duane Strand and Allen and Joe Helt, all of Lankin. LaVern and Juanita Pich of Ham- ilton, Ontario. are spending some time with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Long of Pasadena, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shereck were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Fiaten July 21. Vern Malafa of Grand Forks was a Saturday caller here at his par- ental home. Mrs. Charley Sticha is visiting at the home u2 her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Houska in Pisek. John Pich jr., Gordon Swartz and Clifford Anderson left Monday from Grafton for Fargo where they will take physical examinations for military training. Mary Trouba called at the Stan- ley Novak home Thursday after- noon. Louise Machart of McCanna is a guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kratochvil. John Karas Sr., was a guest at the home of Mrs. Emma Shereck one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Malfa have moved into the William Bina home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sobolik and family returned Sunday from a va- cation trip to points in Wisconsin and other states. Mrs. Melvin Malafa. a recent bride, was honored at a miscellan- eous shower held Sunday in the American Legion hall. A program consisting of a mock wedding, songs by the Cleveland ladies chor- us. accordion numbers by Mrs, Er- nest Hodny and a reading by Mrs. Frank Sticka. was given. The gifts were opened and lunch was served by Mrs. John Beneda, Mrs. Melvin Houska and Mrs. Charley Sticka. Mrs. Charles Rose and daughter, Sandra, were Grafton callers July 16th. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hien and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kratochvll at- tended a Farmers Union meeting at after the games. A party for members was held at the Country Club Sunday evening and cards formed the diversion. Re- freshments were served. Supper was served to 36 women at the club's weekly ladies day last Tuesday. Seventeen played golf during the afternoon and bridge games were the evening's entertain- ment. Mrs. Les Kelly won the golf] prize and Mrs. Elmer Argetsinger scored high for bridge. Patricia Johnson of Cavalier was named 1954 Grafton Potato Day Queen at the celebration there on Monday of this week. SILVER MOON CAFE the next time you are In Fargo or Moorhead STEAKS AND SEAFOODS ARE OUR SPECIALTY W m_ p. Kenney, ]Prop. ' 304 First AvL 8ou Moorheed. Minn DiII 8.-21I$ -400ar GOSH - I WISH I HAD/E COFFEE SHOP FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA Libby'sEarly 3 sieve McCanna July 19. Johnny Pich, accompanied by PEAS, 17 oz tin . - 19c Mrs. John Pich and Juanita Pieh of Hamilton, Ont., and, Louise PLch were Grand Forks callers July !, ,; ,:o..o0.:w ...,.... s..(.s...,.......-..........: ..... e.:o00 .. ,,:. Sea Swell  ,.   D.; pad from there will go o1' •  ; t thet:,home at Pasadena, Calif. Fo 1 lb can - - I]  ,L'e st tlwee w'eeks,tey have_ been visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shereck. the Chuck Flat- 12 oz tin Wilson's ] Baker s 4-in-1 ens the Wilfred Sherecks and-3/Ir. and Mrs. William Bina. :£HOPPED BEEF 35€ I COCOA MIX, Ib ctn. 43€ Mr. and Mrs. James Xratoehvtl •  ............. were Grafton callers July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bosh were vis- itors in Grand Forks Saturday. Dorothy Vasichek of Mr. Vernon, Wash., has arrived to spend some time here with her grandmother, Libby's 46 oz tin PINEAPPLE JUICE , 2 for 69c i Ulikem Strawberry PRESERVES,5 ib pail - 98c PETER PAN PEANUT BOTTER, 12 oz jar 33c Durkee's Pure Vegetable SHORTENING, 3 Ibtin - 83c Mrs. Anna Vasichek. Mr, and Mrs. Pete Bruski of Mil- waukee are visiting with relatives in Lanktn. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Corah Jr., of Minneapolis spent some time here week. Mrs. Pete Matejeek and '" and Mrs. Josephine MateJcek spent Friday at Edmore at the Ralph Kuchar home. Mrs. Joseph- ine Matejcek remained there to make a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Machovsky of Grand Forks were Lankin visit- ors Sunday. PARK RIVER MISSION Leonard Knoff will speak at the Park River Mission Friday and Sat July 30-31 at 8 p. m. Everybody is welcome to attend. eDOORS : • WINDOWS • PORCH • PATIO • BREEZEWAY • PICTURE WINDOW • STORES • OFFICES • HOMES Ventilated "Top That Breathes," with 2 Layers of Staggered Moldings, COOLS Interiors Up to 12° (USTOM-BUILT of Sturdy California Redwood or Aluminum. No More Pulting Up, Takin9 I)own, Storing Awnings. For Free Estimate Without Obligation, We Will Gladly Arrange An Appointment at Your Home or Office at Your Convenience, 6LEH MOHEN : GFTON,°N. D. PHONE 392 LIPTON TEA [NiEON MEAT ,,= 16' Vz-LB. I O. TEA BAGO q BANQU  U ' <. L U" BONED OHIOKEN. 0 K-O . PO'TAI"O i)HIPS.. ,z. PKC_. FAIRWAY SALAD MUSTARD " R. 17e e e • • • • Jv SERV-WH.L FRESH PAK DILL PIOKLES.. ^"'^. 330 (Regular or Kosher) CARNATION Malted Milk oo,, 39 c LB. JAR FA i RWAY Fruits & Vegetables TOMATOES, bulk, rep ripe Ib 20c CELERY, Pascal, large stlk. - ca. 17c LEMONS, Large & Juicy 6 for 22c ORANGES, Juicy Size doz 31c • MEATS • GROUND BEEF 3 BEEF STEAKS, Round or Sirloin - I1 BACON SQUARES, Cello, sugar cured - Ib PICNIC, Regular shankless Ib SANDWICH CUTS, Assorted I i DUNCAN HINES -- WHITE or DEVILS FOOD CAKE MIXES EXTRA SPECIALI Three merchandise prizes given every Saturday. A chance wih every cash purchase of $2.00 or more. Bures PARK RIVER, N. 0. 19-OZ. PKGS. WINNER 1st Prize: Florence Eckdahl, Edinburg 2nd Prize: Esther Jergenson, City 3rd Prize. Mrs. Nick Margaris, City irway Mark Owned and Operated by John Bures DIAL