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JULY 29, 1954 Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Meagher and daughters, Nancy and Susan, spent iast week at Bemidji at the lake. Mrs.oe Gillies had a birthday party i Thursday for her daugh- ter, Mary Jane, one year old. The ,: guests included neighbors and tel- : atives. Lunch, including a birthday )cake, was served. I I Guests at the home of Mr. and and Mrs Alphonse Schild .... '.. e . .Y .  . -)Mrs Kenny Mattson on Thursday auu Iamlly VlSl1:ecl bunaay ] ^." ... T a .o.. e Aarian .run wartz nome at[Lerude and son, Terry of Edinburg and M - . [ and Mrs. Art Zastara and daughter, , ,.._rs" 'red ___ _ ^,..,Jhansn O[MaryofMinot. of"Cavalier =sited'aU;he[ Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Neste and 1._ , .... I Mr and Mrs Albin (Babbit) Ander- -ome vlonclay evening. and Mrs. Fred Mosolf and Mavis and son, Jimmy, relatives at Rock Lake and last week. guests of Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. .bb and family of Bathgate. is a cousin of Mr. Mos- Mandt returned Saturday ersfield, Calif.: and Lyn- where he worked the months as a potato in- Gillies was surprised at party in her honor giv- at the home of Mrs. Porter. Supper was served Gillies received a gift. and Mrs. Melvin Jergenson the Vernon Chally ram- and Mrs. Ralph Pederson and Marilyn Rogers of Ia., were guests of Mr. Edwin Olsen at a picnic park Sunday. d Mrs. M. G. Lannoye and Judy, Tommy and Jerry, for Pelican Lake, Min, two weeks. Mrs. Lan- mother, Mrs. Beth Mei- rill join them in Fargo for Budish, Mrs. Leonard i and Mrs. Carroll Nelson hostesses for two pink showers last week. On Mrs. Willis Bogart was honor and on Tuesday Mrs. was honored. Lunch and gifts presented to Women. Rinde, son of Mr. and -il Rinde, city, has been as- to the 14th Engineer Com- at Ft. Riley, Kansas, taking 8 weeks basic unit Sgt. Rinde entered the December 1953 and was Yr. Riley from Camp Car' d Mrs. Chester Hurtt and Betty and Frances, and Bruce, daughter of Mr. Gordon Bruce, of Grand Sunday from a trip National park. They re- the scenery was beaufi- the weather was cool and one day while they were Park. They were away one Mrs. Kenny Mattson and and John were visitors in over the week end' with Dobmeier family and with Dobmeier. They also With Mr. and Mrs. Dick at Lisbon and with their and sister, Harlan Wallum Matison, both of ate attending school at Val- of the O. P. Olson faro- present for a reunion at home here Sunday. In were Mr. and Mrs. Frank and son "Skipper" of Min- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley and daughter, Sandra, of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Stener- Lona, of St. and Mrs. Earl Oison Mr. and Mrs. Homer girls, Mr. and Mrs. L. and daughters, Barbara of Hilisboro, and Miss art. Then from all world some such rom- from readers of THE SCIENCE MONITOR, daily newspaper: is must read. straight.thinking returned to school after a years. I will get trorn the college, my education comes the Monitor .... " me/(leas ork.. , ." rUly envy its cont. will fred the Monitor with complete world oU will discover a comtruc- in every news story. Coupon below. Science Monitor Street U.S.A. aend me TEe Chriian for one ye.[ (3 mos. $3.75) 'o (re.) J (..) (,,ate) son of Rochester, Minn., went to Winnipeg Tuesday for a fe days' outing. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Piltingd and son, Tommy of Boulder, Colo., were visitors here over the week end at the home of Mr. Pfltingsrud's brother, Dr. H. R. Piltingsrud and family. The Harmony Homemaker club will hold its annual family picnic at River park Monday, Aug. 2, at 7 p. m. Each family is asked to bring dishes, silver, sandwiches, beverage and 10 cents for ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Jones and son, Pul, arrived yesterday from Oceanside, Calif., for a two weeks' visit at the home of Mrs. Harry OqBrien. They are en route to Betheada, Mct, where Mr. Jones has a new navy assignment Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lien and family of Grafton were supper guests of Mrs. Lien's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duray Saturday, John Duray, brother of Mrs. Lien, who had spent a week at their home re- turned with them. W CO PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA w Mrs. J:: A. Halberg left Thursday for Forest Park, II1., to spend her vacation with her son, J. D. Halberg and family. Tom Kelly is on vacation from his work at The Press office this week. He is spending the time at home. Rev. R. S. Chelmen, who served as pastor of the Lutheran church in Park River and the Valley, since May, returned to his home in Min- neapolis Wednesday. Harold Peoples of Park River and George Cox of Grand Forks made a trip to Rochester, Minn., last week to visit with Mr. Peo- ples' brother, Bill Peoples of Graf- ton, who is a patient at St. Mary's hospital in that city. Mr. and Mrs. F. U. ,Smith and family and Mrs. Margaret Smith were Sunday visitors at Upham and Rolette. They were accompanied home by Gordon Smith who had ben visiting his grandparents at Upham. Fredolph Haas, who is stationed at the Naval base at Alameda, Calif., was a week end visitor at the farm home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georg Haas and with oth- er relatives in this area. He made the trip by plane and also made a brief stop in Minneapolis. Fredolph expects to be discharged in Octo- ber. Mrs. Harold Peoples entertained at a family picnic in the Grafton park July 20 in compliment to her daughter. Susan, who was nine years old that day. The guests in- cluded Mrs. Jennie Peoples and her grandson, John Peoples, Graf- ton, the Reynold Bodmer family of Hoople, the Gordon Stark family, of Grafton and the Milton Peoples family, Park PAver. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peoples and Mr. and Mrs. John Bergman of Hoople attended the State trap shoot at Williston July 15, 16, 17, 18. Airman 1st class Gene W, Gaar- der, who has been on leave the past three weks at his home in Vernon township has returned to Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Margaris and Mr. and Mrs. L. Furst of Grand Forks were Sunday dinner guests at the Victor Oberg home at Dray- ton. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dub Sr., were Jim Kozlik and Dorothy Amterp of Mil- waukee. Mr. Kozlik is Mrs. Dub's brother. The Dubs and Kathy Wat- kins and their guests spent Monday in Winnipeg. Mrs. Sophia Gayno of Minneapo- lis, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mattson of Grand Forks and the Jackie Matt- son family were guests at the Ken- ny Mattson home Tuesday. Guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson, Mrs. Martin Skoin and Miss Lena Olson of Ros- eau, Minn. They are Mr. Oison's brother and two sisters. On Tues- day the Carl Olsons entertained at dinner. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Olson and Rev. R. S. Chelmen. Mr. and Mrs. Norence Lovaasen and children, Donald, Barbara and John, returned Monday from Bak- ersfield and Maderia, Calif., where they had spent the past three months. Mr. Lovaasen served on the potato advisory board there. On the way home the family stopped in Valley City to see Mrs. C. E. Lien, Mrs. Lovaasen's mother, who is attending summer school there. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Johnson and children, Ricky and Jill, left Sun, day for Fairfax, Minn' There Mrs. Johnson and the children Joined her parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Set- terstrom on a trip to Washington, D. C., to be away four weeks. In that city they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard Slocum, son-in-law and daughter of the Setterstroms. Mr. Johnson returned to Park River Monday. - Mrs. Elmer Kotaska and family left Friday for Libby, Mont., to join Mr. Kotaska and make their home. On Thursday afternoon a group of women friends entertained at a combination farewell partY and pink and blue shower for Mrs. Kotaska at her home. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Leonard Ed- wards, Mrs. Ben Tupa, Mrs. Carroll Nelson and Mrs. Augustine Houser. She received a variety of gifts and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Ratliff had their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herrmann and children as their Sunday dinner guests. The Herrmanns had return- ed recently from a three weeks' va- cation trip to the west coast. En route they stopped at Yellowstone park and thence to California. At Fresno they visited with the An- drew Storey family formerly of Park River and with the former Gaff Ratliff. At San Diego they were guests of Mr. Herrmann's sis-! ter and family and also spent a day in old Mexico. Coming home through the pine-scented mountains of Colorado, the North Dakotans stopped off in the Black Hills of South Dakota where they noted a good deal of desert and waste land. They report that their native state was a welcome sight on their re- turn from this extensive trip. FREE PRIZE DRAWING Register Any Sale Day. You need not be present to win. Automatic'0000 Fryer ,,,,,,s_ [FREE 2 Each Day0Mar'Crest,,u,. 00.00CameraS, Drawing lo be held Set., July 31t  FREE BALLOONS No obligation---Nothing to buy FOR THE KIDDIES! 0 Sale Prices Effective July 29-30-31 Sale Begins Thurs., 8 A. M. PARK RIVER, N. D. OWNED AND OPERATED BY LORENZ MAHRER TOILET TISSUE, Elcor, 4 rolls - 25c KETCHUP, Heinz, 14 oz bottle - 25c pREM, Swift's, 12 oz can - 45c CHEESE Food, Farmdale, 2 Ibs 69c WIZDOM SWEET PEACHES, Hunt's, 15 oz can - 17c PEAS Salad DRESSING, Red Owl, qt. - aSc 8 $I.00 Cake MIX, el||s y Anl,oi , .6_ _ oz-49! FARMDALE CHERRIES, APRICOTS end PEACHES ere best at your Red Owl Agency. Can, freeze and enjoy them fresh. Vine ripened in California's famous San Joaquin Valley CANTALOUPE, jumbo 36, ca.- i9c REFRESHINGLY CRISP CALIFORNIA, Jumbo bunch Harvest Queen Pitt" PASCAL CELERY . - 19c C H R I ES GRAPES, Red Malagas, Ib - 19c 4 $1.00 Harvest Queen Orapef't C E FRESH AlI) LEAN c GROUND BEEF - - - 31bs99c " _ WIENERS, skinless . Ib cello 45c VAN CAMP'S, ASSORTED LUNCHEON MEATS  - " Ib49c Pork & Beans w,,. THAT HICKORY SMOKED FLAVOR 6 21-0Z BACON, Farmdale sliced - CANS Ib 59c AGZ nVZ Mrs, Ecl Crandall of Vesta town- ship returned July 11 from Calgary, Alta., where she attended the gold- en wedding observance honoring her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hanson of Calgary. A family reunion of Mrs. Caurdall's sisters and brothers, who had not been together for 45 years, was also held. Mrs. Crandall also visited at Vulean, Armada and Lethbridge, Alberta, with relatives. ST. ANSGAB HOSPITAL NEWS July 23: a girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fontaine, Park River; July 27, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Thorlacius, Edinburg. July 27: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson, Edinburg. A girl was born July 27 to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cicha, Park River. Jerry Duray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duray, city, was an appendec - tomy patient at the hospital. Want Ads The main Want Ad section has been moved to Page 7. For Sale: new potatoes, Carl Larson citY, i blk No. of Gussie's lunch.* For Sale: granary 10x12 ft., $125. Gilbert Bros., Park River For Sale: Reg. Hereford bull, 5 yrs old. Gentle. Steve F. Novak, 4 mt N E of Pisek * J29 For Sale: 1953 Chev. Bel Air sedan Ex. Cond. Nygard's Service, Ed- inburg, N . D. Phone 76 * POTATO WAREHOUSE Disinfect- ing. Call 22026, Park PAver For estimate, a26 5t Wanted: cutsom baling, sq bales, lle a bale. Laddie Hajicek, Park River Phone 38976. * It Get Your Coupons in the Store CAKE MIXES - 24C Spice or Devils Food. (With 5 19-oz coupon) pkg for - Harvest Queen (with lOc coupon) COFFEE, Ib - $1.09 Rod Owl (with 20 coupon) pillow bag FLOUR, 50 Ibs- 3.69 Red Owl Peach, Pineapple r Apricot Preserves, 12 oz 22c ]Ervmt Queen Sled Wbtte, Ib loaf (Buy ls loaf for 91, 2rid lmLf fo 10C) BREAD, 2 for - 31c WIZDOM KOSHER OR PLAIN DILL PICKLES HARVEST QUEEN FRUIT COCKTAIL 1@OZ 23C CAN COASTAL, FRESH FROZEN LEMONADE 2 6-OZ CANS 29C TOMATO JUICE HARVEST '5C 46-OZ QUEEN CAN JULY 29, 1954 Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Meagher and daughters, Nancy and Susan, spent iast week at Bemidji at the lake. Mrs.oe Gillies had a birthday party i Thursday for her daugh- ter, Mary Jane, one year old. The ,: guests included neighbors and tel- : atives. Lunch, including a birthday )cake, was served. I I Guests at the home of Mr. and and Mrs Alphonse Schild .... '.. e . .Y .  . -)Mrs Kenny Mattson on Thursday auu Iamlly VlSl1:ecl bunaay ] ^." ... T a .o.. e Aarian .run wartz nome at[Lerude and son, Terry of Edinburg and M - . [ and Mrs. Art Zastara and daughter, , ,.._rs" 'red ___ _ ^,..,Jhansn O[MaryofMinot. of"Cavalier =sited'aU;he[ Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Neste and 1._ , .... I Mr and Mrs Albin (Babbit) Ander- -ome vlonclay evening. and Mrs. Fred Mosolf and Mavis and son, Jimmy, relatives at Rock Lake and last week. guests of Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. .bb and family of Bathgate. is a cousin of Mr. Mos- Mandt returned Saturday ersfield, Calif.: and Lyn- where he worked the months as a potato in- Gillies was surprised at party in her honor giv- at the home of Mrs. Porter. Supper was served Gillies received a gift. and Mrs. Melvin Jergenson the Vernon Chally ram- and Mrs. Ralph Pederson and Marilyn Rogers of Ia., were guests of Mr. Edwin Olsen at a picnic park Sunday. d Mrs. M. G. Lannoye and Judy, Tommy and Jerry, for Pelican Lake, Min, two weeks. Mrs. Lan- mother, Mrs. Beth Mei- rill join them in Fargo for Budish, Mrs. Leonard i and Mrs. Carroll Nelson hostesses for two pink showers last week. On Mrs. Willis Bogart was honor and on Tuesday Mrs. was honored. Lunch and gifts presented to Women. Rinde, son of Mr. and -il Rinde, city, has been as- to the 14th Engineer Com- at Ft. Riley, Kansas, taking 8 weeks basic unit Sgt. Rinde entered the December 1953 and was Yr. Riley from Camp Car' d Mrs. Chester Hurtt and Betty and Frances, and Bruce, daughter of Mr. Gordon Bruce, of Grand Sunday from a trip National park. They re- the scenery was beaufi- the weather was cool and one day while they were Park. They were away one Mrs. Kenny Mattson and and John were visitors in over the week end' with Dobmeier family and with Dobmeier. They also With Mr. and Mrs. Dick at Lisbon and with their and sister, Harlan Wallum Matison, both of ate attending school at Val- of the O. P. Olson faro- present for a reunion at home here Sunday. In were Mr. and Mrs. Frank and son "Skipper" of Min- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley and daughter, Sandra, of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Stener- Lona, of St. and Mrs. Earl Oison Mr. and Mrs. Homer girls, Mr. and Mrs. L. and daughters, Barbara of Hilisboro, and Miss art. Then from all world some such rom- from readers of THE SCIENCE MONITOR, daily newspaper: is must read. straight.thinking returned to school after a years. I will get trorn the college, my education comes the Monitor .... " me/(leas ork.. , ." rUly envy its cont. will fred the Monitor with complete world oU will discover a comtruc- in every news story. Coupon below. Science Monitor Street U.S.A. aend me TEe Chriian for one ye.[ (3 mos. $3.75) 'o (re.) J (..) (,,ate) son of Rochester, Minn., went to Winnipeg Tuesday for a fe days' outing. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Piltingd and son, Tommy of Boulder, Colo., were visitors here over the week end at the home of Mr. Pfltingsrud's brother, Dr. H. R. Piltingsrud and family. The Harmony Homemaker club will hold its annual family picnic at River park Monday, Aug. 2, at 7 p. m. Each family is asked to bring dishes, silver, sandwiches, beverage and 10 cents for ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Jones and son, Pul, arrived yesterday from Oceanside, Calif., for a two weeks' visit at the home of Mrs. Harry OqBrien. They are en route to Betheada, Mct, where Mr. Jones has a new navy assignment Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lien and family of Grafton were supper guests of Mrs. Lien's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duray Saturday, John Duray, brother of Mrs. Lien, who had spent a week at their home re- turned with them. W CO PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA w Mrs. J:: A. Halberg left Thursday for Forest Park, II1., to spend her vacation with her son, J. D. Halberg and family. Tom Kelly is on vacation from his work at The Press office this week. He is spending the time at home. Rev. R. S. Chelmen, who served as pastor of the Lutheran church in Park River and the Valley, since May, returned to his home in Min- neapolis Wednesday. Harold Peoples of Park River and George Cox of Grand Forks made a trip to Rochester, Minn., last week to visit with Mr. Peo- ples' brother, Bill Peoples of Graf- ton, who is a patient at St. Mary's hospital in that city. Mr. and Mrs. F. U. ,Smith and family and Mrs. Margaret Smith were Sunday visitors at Upham and Rolette. They were accompanied home by Gordon Smith who had ben visiting his grandparents at Upham. Fredolph Haas, who is stationed at the Naval base at Alameda, Calif., was a week end visitor at the farm home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georg Haas and with oth- er relatives in this area. He made the trip by plane and also made a brief stop in Minneapolis. Fredolph expects to be discharged in Octo- ber. Mrs. Harold Peoples entertained at a family picnic in the Grafton park July 20 in compliment to her daughter. Susan, who was nine years old that day. The guests in- cluded Mrs. Jennie Peoples and her grandson, John Peoples, Graf- ton, the Reynold Bodmer family of Hoople, the Gordon Stark family, of Grafton and the Milton Peoples family, Park PAver. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peoples and Mr. and Mrs. John Bergman of Hoople attended the State trap shoot at Williston July 15, 16, 17, 18. Airman 1st class Gene W, Gaar- der, who has been on leave the past three weks at his home in Vernon township has returned to Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Margaris and Mr. and Mrs. L. Furst of Grand Forks were Sunday dinner guests at the Victor Oberg home at Dray- ton. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dub Sr., were Jim Kozlik and Dorothy Amterp of Mil- waukee. Mr. Kozlik is Mrs. Dub's brother. The Dubs and Kathy Wat- kins and their guests spent Monday in Winnipeg. Mrs. Sophia Gayno of Minneapo- lis, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mattson of Grand Forks and the Jackie Matt- son family were guests at the Ken- ny Mattson home Tuesday. Guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson, Mrs. Martin Skoin and Miss Lena Olson of Ros- eau, Minn. They are Mr. Oison's brother and two sisters. On Tues- day the Carl Olsons entertained at dinner. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Olson and Rev. R. S. Chelmen. Mr. and Mrs. Norence Lovaasen and children, Donald, Barbara and John, returned Monday from Bak- ersfield and Maderia, Calif., where they had spent the past three months. Mr. Lovaasen served on the potato advisory board there. On the way home the family stopped in Valley City to see Mrs. C. E. Lien, Mrs. Lovaasen's mother, who is attending summer school there. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Johnson and children, Ricky and Jill, left Sun, day for Fairfax, Minn' There Mrs. Johnson and the children Joined her parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Set- terstrom on a trip to Washington, D. C., to be away four weeks. In that city they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard Slocum, son-in-law and daughter of the Setterstroms. Mr. Johnson returned to Park River Monday. - Mrs. Elmer Kotaska and family left Friday for Libby, Mont., to join Mr. Kotaska and make their home. On Thursday afternoon a group of women friends entertained at a combination farewell partY and pink and blue shower for Mrs. Kotaska at her home. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Leonard Ed- wards, Mrs. Ben Tupa, Mrs. Carroll Nelson and Mrs. Augustine Houser. She received a variety of gifts and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Ratliff had their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herrmann and children as their Sunday dinner guests. The Herrmanns had return- ed recently from a three weeks' va- cation trip to the west coast. En route they stopped at Yellowstone park and thence to California. At Fresno they visited with the An- drew Storey family formerly of Park River and with the former Gaff Ratliff. At San Diego they were guests of Mr. Herrmann's sis-! ter and family and also spent a day in old Mexico. Coming home through the pine-scented mountains of Colorado, the North Dakotans stopped off in the Black Hills of South Dakota where they noted a good deal of desert and waste land. They report that their native state was a welcome sight on their re- turn from this extensive trip. FREE PRIZE DRAWING Register Any Sale Day. You need not be present to win. Automatic'0000 Fryer ,,,,,,s_ [FREE 2 Each Day0Mar'Crest,,u,. 00.00CameraS, Drawing lo be held Set., July 31t  FREE BALLOONS No obligation---Nothing to buy FOR THE KIDDIES! 0 Sale Prices Effective July 29-30-31 Sale Begins Thurs., 8 A. M. PARK RIVER, N. D. OWNED AND OPERATED BY LORENZ MAHRER TOILET TISSUE, Elcor, 4 rolls - 25c KETCHUP, Heinz, 14 oz bottle - 25c pREM, Swift's, 12 oz can - 45c CHEESE Food, Farmdale, 2 Ibs 69c WIZDOM SWEET PEACHES, Hunt's, 15 oz can - 17c PEAS Salad DRESSING, Red Owl, qt. - aSc 8 $I.00 Cake MIX, el||s y Anl,oi , .6_ _ oz-49! FARMDALE CHERRIES, APRICOTS end PEACHES ere best at your Red Owl Agency. Can, freeze and enjoy them fresh. Vine ripened in California's famous San Joaquin Valley CANTALOUPE, jumbo 36, ca.- i9c REFRESHINGLY CRISP CALIFORNIA, Jumbo bunch Harvest Queen Pitt" PASCAL CELERY . - 19c C H R I ES GRAPES, Red Malagas, Ib - 19c 4 $1.00 Harvest Queen Orapef't C E FRESH AlI) LEAN c GROUND BEEF - - - 31bs99c " _ WIENERS, skinless . Ib cello 45c VAN CAMP'S, ASSORTED LUNCHEON MEATS  - " Ib49c Pork & Beans w,,. THAT HICKORY SMOKED FLAVOR 6 21-0Z BACON, Farmdale sliced - CANS Ib 59c AGZ nVZ Mrs, Ecl Crandall of Vesta town- ship returned July 11 from Calgary, Alta., where she attended the gold- en wedding observance honoring her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hanson of Calgary. A family reunion of Mrs. Caurdall's sisters and brothers, who had not been together for 45 years, was also held. Mrs. Crandall also visited at Vulean, Armada and Lethbridge, Alberta, with relatives. ST. ANSGAB HOSPITAL NEWS July 23: a girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fontaine, Park River; July 27, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Thorlacius, Edinburg. July 27: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson, Edinburg. A girl was born July 27 to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cicha, Park River. Jerry Duray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duray, city, was an appendec - tomy patient at the hospital. Want Ads The main Want Ad section has been moved to Page 7. For Sale: new potatoes, Carl Larson citY, i blk No. of Gussie's lunch.* For Sale: granary 10x12 ft., $125. Gilbert Bros., Park River For Sale: Reg. Hereford bull, 5 yrs old. Gentle. Steve F. Novak, 4 mt N E of Pisek * J29 For Sale: 1953 Chev. Bel Air sedan Ex. Cond. Nygard's Service, Ed- inburg, N . D. Phone 76 * POTATO WAREHOUSE Disinfect- ing. Call 22026, Park PAver For estimate, a26 5t Wanted: cutsom baling, sq bales, lle a bale. Laddie Hajicek, Park River Phone 38976. * It Get Your Coupons in the Store CAKE MIXES - 24C Spice or Devils Food. (With 5 19-oz coupon) pkg for - Harvest Queen (with lOc coupon) COFFEE, Ib - $1.09 Rod Owl (with 20 coupon) pillow bag FLOUR, 50 Ibs- 3.69 Red Owl Peach, Pineapple r Apricot Preserves, 12 oz 22c ]Ervmt Queen Sled Wbtte, Ib loaf (Buy ls loaf for 91, 2rid lmLf fo 10C) BREAD, 2 for - 31c WIZDOM KOSHER OR PLAIN DILL PICKLES HARVEST QUEEN FRUIT COCKTAIL 1@OZ 23C CAN COASTAL, FRESH FROZEN LEMONADE 2 6-OZ CANS 29C TOMATO JUICE HARVEST '5C 46-OZ QUEEN CAN