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PAGE SIX WALSH COUNTY PRESS, ! PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1954 Park River News Mr. and Mrs Alex Ford and fam- ily spent last week end at Detroit Lakes. Minn. Mrs. Roy Neste and Mrs. Ivan Spornitz returned last week end from Minneapolis where they spent four days attending market week. Mr and Mrs. David Ford jr., and daughter, Patty, and Mr and Mrs. Melvin Gutterud and daughter, Enid. were Detroit Lakes, visitors over the week end. Mrs. Thomas J. Dougherty and son. Thomas jr., of Washington, D. C.. are here visiting at the home of Mr. Dougherty's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dougherty. He expects to join them here next week. Mr. and Mrs Don Green and sons of Boone. Ia., are spending the week here with Mrs. Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Veralrud. From here they will visit Mrs. Green's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Corbit and' family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Amundrud and family spent Sunday in Grand Forks at the Raymond Gutterud home On Thursday visitors at the Amundrud home were Mrs. Leon Weberg and son, Curtis, and Mrs. Leslie Paterson of Fairdale Mr. and Mrs. Ed Adler and sons. Ted and Jack and Miss Virginia Roberts of Racine, Wis. visited on Friday at the home of Mrs. William Warner and Miss Vera Warner. The women are daughters,of the former Geneva Warner and the group was on the way back to Wisconsin from Orkney, Sask., where they had vis- ited with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer War- ner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dougherty have had members of their family here for a reunion and the group also spent some time at the Leonard Folson summer home at Bemidji. Here for the gathering were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dougherty and chil- dren Kathleen, Terry and Colleen, of Butte, Mont., Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nard Koch and daughters, Katie and Margaret of Winona. Minn., and Capt. Elizabeth Dougherty of Chi- cago. Mrs. Folson was also here. FEDERATED CHURCH W. Ray RadlIff, pastor Aug. 1: Service at 11 a. m. No ser- vices Aug. 8, 15, and 22 due to pas- tor's vacation. ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL Worship at 9:30. Holy Communion Rev. S. A. Glasgow, rector LUTHERAN CHURCHES Sun Aug. 1: Installation services for the new pastor, L. H Smestad. Pastor T.H. Megorden, Circuit president Will be in charge. Our Saviour's, 9:30: Golden Val- ley at 11 and Pleasant Valley, 2:3{t ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC  Sunday, Aug. I, Masses at 8 and 0:30 o clock. TRINITY LUTHERAN. LANKIN Sun. Aug. 1: Family night at 8 o'clock. A cordial welcome to all. Films of the church in transit be- tween Park River and Lankin. of the cornerstone laying and the ded- ication service, will be shown. Ladies aid meets Aug 4 in the church parlors. Hostesses will be the Mesdames W. Swartz, L. Swartz and L. Machart I. E. Arneson, pastor EDINBURG LUTHERAN PARISH Remember the Circuit WMF re- treat at the Bible camp Aug 3. Sessions at 9:45 and at 1:30. Elton Ringsak will speak on Juvenile De- linquency. Zion ladies will serve dinner. Trinity: Thurs. Dorcas circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Ker- mit Seim at 8. Sunday, worship at 9:30. Odalen: Sunday school at i0 a. m. Worship at 11:10. Zion church at Union: Sunday school at 10 a. m. Luther League at 8 p. m. Mr. Haug of Fairdale will be the speaker Robert Bergeson, pastor EDINBURG FREE CHURCH Sunday, Aug 1: St. Peter worship at 9:45. Garfield, at 11:15. The offer- ing for Lutheran World action will be received at this service. Garfield Luther League ice cream social at the park in Edinburg be- ginning at 2:30. Arthur L. Bervig, pastor ZION LUTHERAN Sun. Aug. 1. Joint service at So. Trinity at 11. Roger Paulson, stu- dent pastor at Grafton Lutheran, will be in charge. The Zion LCR meets at 8 p. m. There will be a program and a weiner roast. South Trinity: Sun. Aug. 1, wor- ship at 11. Thursday, July 29: Circle No. 1 meets at the church. Mrs. Adolph Johnson is hostess Oliver E Johnson, pastor FIRST LUTHERAN, HOOPLE Confirmants do not meet this week. Sun. Aug. 1, Worship at 9. Ladies aid, Wed. Aug. 4, 3 p. m, Closed meeting. Pot luck. Mrs. El- mo Fagerholt, program chairman. Park Center: Sun. school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. Ladies aid Aug..5 at the church at 3 p. m. Pot luck. Hvideso: Ladies aid Fri July 30. 2:30 at the church. Hostesses: Mrs. Leonard Estad, Mrs. Leon Winding- land. Sunday school, 9:30. followed by annual picnic at Cavalier at noon. O. R. Swanson, pastor Mr and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert and family were Sunday visitors at Fisher, Minn., with Mrs, Gilbert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin An- derson. A boy was born July 23 to Mr. and Mrs. Joel Brateng of Grafton. He will be called Terry Lynn. Mrs. Brateng is the former Jean John- son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson of Park River. Mr and Mrs. Einar Windingland and children Lynn and Rita, of Ar- lington, Va., arrived Saturday to spend a week with Mrs. Winding- land's mother, Mrs. T. Bakke and with other relatives here and at Edinburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Amundrud and family were guests at the Theo. Gutterud home in Fairdale Friday. Delores Gutterud of Hoople is a visitor this week at the Amundrud home. She is a niece of Mrs. Gutte- rud. Mrs. T. Bakke entertained the following guests at her home for dinner Thursday: Mrs. Arnold Kirkness (Nettle Blecken) and her daughter, Faye. of Minneapolis and Mrs. Albert Roisum and Mrs. Peter Froiland of Grand Forks. Guests SatUrday and Sunday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Ford were Miss Edna Berge of Can- do and Mrs. Ruben Solee (Laverne Zabell) of Minneapolis. They are former teachers in the local schools Miss Barge is now teaching in Mi- not. Misses Daunn Prescott and Lil- lian Klein of Grand Forks have spent the week here at the Art Bode home. The two girls are on the Grand Forks Deaconess hospi- tal nursing staff and are substitu- ting on the night shift at St. Ans- gar's hospital while the regular nurses are on vacation. Miss Pres- cott is a niece of Mr, Bode. Miss Marry Herrick of Grand Forks was a week'end guest at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Meagher. Mr. and Mrs. John Triske of Ros- eau, Minn., spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fail. Mr. Triske is a brother of Mrs. Fail. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Veralrud left Tuesday for Bemidji, Minn.. to spend the week with Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Corbit. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordon and famil? made a trip to Devils Lake Sunday to visit with Mrs. Gordon's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Garske Mr. and Mrs. William Ferguson and family of Beltrami. Minn., vis- ited over the week end at the El- mer Staven home and with Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ferguson. Sunday visitors a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frovarp were Mr. and Mrs. Don McGillis of Ed- more. Mrs. McGillis will be remem- bered as having been named "Mrs. North Dakota" in a state-wide con- test a year or so ago. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Garnaas and family spent last week end in Wil- liston at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Ted Blaski This week end they vis- ited with Mrs. Ole Garnaas in Ad- ams and on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I. Feltman in Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Capouch drove to Grand Forks Sunday, July 18, to meet their daughter, Beatrice, of Tacoma, Wash., who arrived by train for a two weeks' vacation The Capouch family gathered in Riverside park for a picnic supper that day. Others present were the Herman Capouch family of Pisek, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Capouch and children, Mary Ann Capouch and Phil Nordine all of Grand Forks and Ernest Capouch. M. and Mrs. John Collins of Graf- ton were Sunday guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Capouch and sons and Sidney Jelinek of Grand Forks were week end guests at the Philip Capouch home. G. R. Hermanson and A. E. Stew- art of Webster were callers at the: Glen Ford home They are Mrs. Ford's father and uncle. The Marvin Dahlen family of Dahlen, N. D., were Sunday din- ner guests at the Clair Clemetson home. Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ford were Mrs. Harry Nielson and Betty of Edmore and Mrs. Karen Nieison of Devils Lake. The following relatives had a family gathering at the Ed Crandall home Sunday: Mrs. A. A. Larson and daughter, Irene, Mr. and Mrs. A.N. Kyle and sons Bill, Donald DMrs aidkeMrSereElnere nD:tldall Mr.BtdmMaS. " Archie - , o e u Mr. ana end wslt wlth Mrs T. F. MeagherI.. rnest ..... '-- - lvlrs . Eranclau, tranu 'orzs, and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Elhngson. , " ..... They were en route home from th ^ I wr. ana mrs. owen nennum ana : . . _ c t children Sandra and Roger Mr and Nahonal Pouultry Assocmtmn con-j.o _ ' ...... ' :'_ vention in Cleveland, Ohio nan. ;. n nennum ana aaugnters, Colleen and Melanie of Kennedy, Mrs. Howard Gordon entertained Min, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey at a birthday party Saturday for Momerak of Grafton. her son. Stephen, age 4 years. There were eight guests and games were played after which the birthday cake and other refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gilbertson and family were on vacation last week. First they went to Bemidji to visit the Lloyd Corbit family and then on to Minneapolis. There they visited Mr. Gilbertson's broth- ers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Don Gisvold and Mr. and Mrs. C. Picotti. Mrs. R. C. Birney and children, Reed, Ruth and Barbara, returned Wednesday to Ann Arbor, Mich., after spending two weeks here and at Grafton with Mrs. Birney's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Momerak. The Birney family expects to leave Aug. 1 for Amhurst, Mass., where Mr. Birney has accepted a teaching position at Amhurst College. He completed "&ork on his doctor's de- gree in psychology at the Univer- sity of Michigan this summer. Mrs. Birney is the former Margaret Ann Momerak. Mrs. Wesley three daughters came up summer home at Detroit Minn., for a few days week at the Jake Maier Maier and three back and enjoyed an outing home on Pelican Point day evening. Mr. and Mrs. John family spent last week at the home of Mrs. Buchli's Mr and Mrs. A "J. Heinle. there they attended the Mrs Buchli's sister, Norrfta and Charles Petty of couple will make their Austin, Texas, where Mr. a medical student. Mrs. a member of the Park River School faculty two years HISTORIC DEMAND! % Treme, pubIu call for OM Grow reackes record keigJt* tvlt;t tb introduction of ligkterj milder, 86 Proof bottling. companion to the worldfamou o0 Proof Bottled in Bond] 100 PRO)F .O;T'EDNB 0 ND Both Kentuc 8trai#t Bourbon IFAisies THE OLD CROW DISTILLERY-CO., FRANKFORT, ED. PHILLIPS & SONS CO, EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBI FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA mo tru kfor e your money in ...than in"the other"leading Pickup! More efficiency ! More horsepower for displacement size in both s Ford engines, V-8 and Six. Ford's LOW-FRICTION design makes for gas-saving power 0nly Ford gives you ultra-modern V-8 engine design. More powerl New 130-h.p. Power King V-8 or 115-h.p. Cost Clipper Six. Longer engine life with over 21% less piston travel... as much as 21% slower piston speed. i More comfort in Ford's Driverized Cab! 27% bigger windshield! 18-inch wider rear window. Only Ford gives you seat shock snubbers.., woven plastic upholstery. Easier control. Wider tread and shorter turning diameter for greater handling ease. Fordomatic and exclusive Power Brakes at worth-while extra cost. Now's the time to trade for one of the new... It. C A. Stronger Ford construction... deeper frame for rigidity .. 400-1bs. greater total axle capacity higher spring ratings, front and rear. More capacity.., greater payload rating. Over 5 cubic feet more body load space with higher sides and slanting flare boards[ Reinforced clamp-tight tailgate! FORD ,00.o0000TRU C .. LAST LONGER, TOOl PARK RIVER, N. D. l00ateman Motors M. S. BATEMAN, PROP. DIAL 22721 PAGE SIX WALSH COUNTY PRESS, ! PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1954 Park River News Mr. and Mrs Alex Ford and fam- ily spent last week end at Detroit Lakes. Minn. Mrs. Roy Neste and Mrs. Ivan Spornitz returned last week end from Minneapolis where they spent four days attending market week. Mr and Mrs. David Ford jr., and daughter, Patty, and Mr and Mrs. Melvin Gutterud and daughter, Enid. were Detroit Lakes, visitors over the week end. Mrs. Thomas J. Dougherty and son. Thomas jr., of Washington, D. C.. are here visiting at the home of Mr. Dougherty's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dougherty. He expects to join them here next week. Mr. and Mrs Don Green and sons of Boone. Ia., are spending the week here with Mrs. Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Veralrud. From here they will visit Mrs. Green's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Corbit and' family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Amundrud and family spent Sunday in Grand Forks at the Raymond Gutterud home On Thursday visitors at the Amundrud home were Mrs. Leon Weberg and son, Curtis, and Mrs. Leslie Paterson of Fairdale Mr. and Mrs. Ed Adler and sons. Ted and Jack and Miss Virginia Roberts of Racine, Wis. visited on Friday at the home of Mrs. William Warner and Miss Vera Warner. The women are daughters,of the former Geneva Warner and the group was on the way back to Wisconsin from Orkney, Sask., where they had vis- ited with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer War- ner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dougherty have had members of their family here for a reunion and the group also spent some time at the Leonard Folson summer home at Bemidji. Here for the gathering were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dougherty and chil- dren Kathleen, Terry and Colleen, of Butte, Mont., Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nard Koch and daughters, Katie and Margaret of Winona. Minn., and Capt. Elizabeth Dougherty of Chi- cago. Mrs. Folson was also here. FEDERATED CHURCH W. Ray RadlIff, pastor Aug. 1: Service at 11 a. m. No ser- vices Aug. 8, 15, and 22 due to pas- tor's vacation. ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL Worship at 9:30. Holy Communion Rev. S. A. Glasgow, rector LUTHERAN CHURCHES Sun Aug. 1: Installation services for the new pastor, L. H Smestad. Pastor T.H. Megorden, Circuit president Will be in charge. Our Saviour's, 9:30: Golden Val- ley at 11 and Pleasant Valley, 2:3{t ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC  Sunday, Aug. I, Masses at 8 and 0:30 o clock. TRINITY LUTHERAN. LANKIN Sun. Aug. 1: Family night at 8 o'clock. A cordial welcome to all. Films of the church in transit be- tween Park River and Lankin. of the cornerstone laying and the ded- ication service, will be shown. Ladies aid meets Aug 4 in the church parlors. Hostesses will be the Mesdames W. Swartz, L. Swartz and L. Machart I. E. Arneson, pastor EDINBURG LUTHERAN PARISH Remember the Circuit WMF re- treat at the Bible camp Aug 3. Sessions at 9:45 and at 1:30. Elton Ringsak will speak on Juvenile De- linquency. Zion ladies will serve dinner. Trinity: Thurs. Dorcas circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Ker- mit Seim at 8. Sunday, worship at 9:30. Odalen: Sunday school at i0 a. m. Worship at 11:10. Zion church at Union: Sunday school at 10 a. m. Luther League at 8 p. m. Mr. Haug of Fairdale will be the speaker Robert Bergeson, pastor EDINBURG FREE CHURCH Sunday, Aug 1: St. Peter worship at 9:45. Garfield, at 11:15. The offer- ing for Lutheran World action will be received at this service. Garfield Luther League ice cream social at the park in Edinburg be- ginning at 2:30. Arthur L. Bervig, pastor ZION LUTHERAN Sun. Aug. 1. Joint service at So. Trinity at 11. Roger Paulson, stu- dent pastor at Grafton Lutheran, will be in charge. The Zion LCR meets at 8 p. m. There will be a program and a weiner roast. South Trinity: Sun. Aug. 1, wor- ship at 11. Thursday, July 29: Circle No. 1 meets at the church. Mrs. Adolph Johnson is hostess Oliver E Johnson, pastor FIRST LUTHERAN, HOOPLE Confirmants do not meet this week. Sun. Aug. 1, Worship at 9. Ladies aid, Wed. Aug. 4, 3 p. m, Closed meeting. Pot luck. Mrs. El- mo Fagerholt, program chairman. Park Center: Sun. school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. Ladies aid Aug..5 at the church at 3 p. m. Pot luck. Hvideso: Ladies aid Fri July 30. 2:30 at the church. Hostesses: Mrs. Leonard Estad, Mrs. Leon Winding- land. Sunday school, 9:30. followed by annual picnic at Cavalier at noon. O. R. Swanson, pastor Mr and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert and family were Sunday visitors at Fisher, Minn., with Mrs, Gilbert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin An- derson. A boy was born July 23 to Mr. and Mrs. Joel Brateng of Grafton. He will be called Terry Lynn. Mrs. Brateng is the former Jean John- son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson of Park River. Mr and Mrs. Einar Windingland and children Lynn and Rita, of Ar- lington, Va., arrived Saturday to spend a week with Mrs. Winding- land's mother, Mrs. T. Bakke and with other relatives here and at Edinburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Amundrud and family were guests at the Theo. Gutterud home in Fairdale Friday. Delores Gutterud of Hoople is a visitor this week at the Amundrud home. She is a niece of Mrs. Gutte- rud. Mrs. T. Bakke entertained the following guests at her home for dinner Thursday: Mrs. Arnold Kirkness (Nettle Blecken) and her daughter, Faye. of Minneapolis and Mrs. Albert Roisum and Mrs. Peter Froiland of Grand Forks. Guests SatUrday and Sunday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Ford were Miss Edna Berge of Can- do and Mrs. Ruben Solee (Laverne Zabell) of Minneapolis. They are former teachers in the local schools Miss Barge is now teaching in Mi- not. Misses Daunn Prescott and Lil- lian Klein of Grand Forks have spent the week here at the Art Bode home. The two girls are on the Grand Forks Deaconess hospi- tal nursing staff and are substitu- ting on the night shift at St. Ans- gar's hospital while the regular nurses are on vacation. Miss Pres- cott is a niece of Mr, Bode. Miss Marry Herrick of Grand Forks was a week'end guest at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Meagher. Mr. and Mrs. John Triske of Ros- eau, Minn., spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fail. Mr. Triske is a brother of Mrs. Fail. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Veralrud left Tuesday for Bemidji, Minn.. to spend the week with Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Corbit. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordon and famil? made a trip to Devils Lake Sunday to visit with Mrs. Gordon's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Garske Mr. and Mrs. William Ferguson and family of Beltrami. Minn., vis- ited over the week end at the El- mer Staven home and with Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ferguson. Sunday visitors a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frovarp were Mr. and Mrs. Don McGillis of Ed- more. Mrs. McGillis will be remem- bered as having been named "Mrs. North Dakota" in a state-wide con- test a year or so ago. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Garnaas and family spent last week end in Wil- liston at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Ted Blaski This week end they vis- ited with Mrs. Ole Garnaas in Ad- ams and on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I. Feltman in Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Capouch drove to Grand Forks Sunday, July 18, to meet their daughter, Beatrice, of Tacoma, Wash., who arrived by train for a two weeks' vacation The Capouch family gathered in Riverside park for a picnic supper that day. Others present were the Herman Capouch family of Pisek, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Capouch and children, Mary Ann Capouch and Phil Nordine all of Grand Forks and Ernest Capouch. M. and Mrs. John Collins of Graf- ton were Sunday guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Capouch and sons and Sidney Jelinek of Grand Forks were week end guests at the Philip Capouch home. G. R. Hermanson and A. E. Stew- art of Webster were callers at the: Glen Ford home They are Mrs. Ford's father and uncle. The Marvin Dahlen family of Dahlen, N. D., were Sunday din- ner guests at the Clair Clemetson home. Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ford were Mrs. Harry Nielson and Betty of Edmore and Mrs. Karen Nieison of Devils Lake. The following relatives had a family gathering at the Ed Crandall home Sunday: Mrs. A. A. Larson and daughter, Irene, Mr. and Mrs. A.N. Kyle and sons Bill, Donald DMrs aidkeMrSereElnere nD:tldall Mr.BtdmMaS. " Archie - , o e u Mr. ana end wslt wlth Mrs T. F. MeagherI.. rnest ..... '-- - lvlrs . Eranclau, tranu 'orzs, and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Elhngson. , " ..... They were en route home from th ^ I wr. ana mrs. owen nennum ana : . . _ c t children Sandra and Roger Mr and Nahonal Pouultry Assocmtmn con-j.o _ ' ...... ' :'_ vention in Cleveland, Ohio nan. ;. n nennum ana aaugnters, Colleen and Melanie of Kennedy, Mrs. Howard Gordon entertained Min, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey at a birthday party Saturday for Momerak of Grafton. her son. Stephen, age 4 years. There were eight guests and games were played after which the birthday cake and other refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gilbertson and family were on vacation last week. First they went to Bemidji to visit the Lloyd Corbit family and then on to Minneapolis. There they visited Mr. Gilbertson's broth- ers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Don Gisvold and Mr. and Mrs. C. Picotti. Mrs. R. C. Birney and children, Reed, Ruth and Barbara, returned Wednesday to Ann Arbor, Mich., after spending two weeks here and at Grafton with Mrs. Birney's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Momerak. The Birney family expects to leave Aug. 1 for Amhurst, Mass., where Mr. Birney has accepted a teaching position at Amhurst College. He completed "&ork on his doctor's de- gree in psychology at the Univer- sity of Michigan this summer. Mrs. Birney is the former Margaret Ann Momerak. Mrs. Wesley three daughters came up summer home at Detroit Minn., for a few days week at the Jake Maier Maier and three back and enjoyed an outing home on Pelican Point day evening. Mr. and Mrs. John family spent last week at the home of Mrs. Buchli's Mr and Mrs. A "J. Heinle. there they attended the Mrs Buchli's sister, Norrfta and Charles Petty of couple will make their Austin, Texas, where Mr. a medical student. Mrs. a member of the Park River School faculty two years HISTORIC DEMAND! % Treme, pubIu call for OM Grow reackes record keigJt* tvlt;t tb introduction of ligkterj milder, 86 Proof bottling. companion to the worldfamou o0 Proof Bottled in Bond] 100 PRO)F .O;T'EDNB 0 ND Both Kentuc 8trai#t Bourbon IFAisies THE OLD CROW DISTILLERY-CO., FRANKFORT, ED. PHILLIPS & SONS CO, EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBI FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA mo tru kfor e your money in ...than in"the other"leading Pickup! More efficiency ! More horsepower for displacement size in both s Ford engines, V-8 and Six. Ford's LOW-FRICTION design makes for gas-saving power 0nly Ford gives you ultra-modern V-8 engine design. More powerl New 130-h.p. Power King V-8 or 115-h.p. Cost Clipper Six. Longer engine life with over 21% less piston travel... as much as 21% slower piston speed. i More comfort in Ford's Driverized Cab! 27% bigger windshield! 18-inch wider rear window. Only Ford gives you seat shock snubbers.., woven plastic upholstery. Easier control. Wider tread and shorter turning diameter for greater handling ease. Fordomatic and exclusive Power Brakes at worth-while extra cost. Now's the time to trade for one of the new... It. C A. Stronger Ford construction... deeper frame for rigidity .. 400-1bs. greater total axle capacity higher spring ratings, front and rear. More capacity.., greater payload rating. Over 5 cubic feet more body load space with higher sides and slanting flare boards[ Reinforced clamp-tight tailgate! FORD ,00.o0000TRU C .. LAST LONGER, TOOl PARK RIVER, N. D. l00ateman Motors M. S. BATEMAN, PROP. DIAL 22721