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MER VACATION ENJOY IT NEXT WINTER Buty your [ilms here--- / IN SNAPSHOTS YOU TAKE TODAY Leave 'em here--- RATES I $2.OO .$2.50 WALSH COUNTY PRESS WALSH COUNTY PRESS Nearly everybody In the Legllative tlstriet reads it. pARK RIVER. WALSH COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, AUOUST 1, 1929. NUMBER I6. TNESS EXPLAINS FARM RELIEF AND TARIFF -Creamery Starts Under Most Promisin00 Auspices ' FARM ...... I ................... ! maytransacti°nbe deemed°f sUCknecessary.Other buslneSakwill FRAMING OF COUNTY Too Many Stowaways ................... By Albert T. Re/d x,lacc at this meeting?' TCtPICS BUDGET IS EXPLAINED , FARMERS UNION PICNIC ...... DRAWS CROWD OF 2,090 TALKS .................... ' " BY COUNTY AUDITOR ....... Interesting Speeches and Fine Atlfle- tic Program Features Gathering t in Bakke Grove I I __ t $16,000 Lopped Off From General ' Levy; Shifting of Ot I The Farmers Union picnic held er Revenuer, i under the auspices of tile Golden!' Makes Large Deereaze Possible local in the Bakke grove, west of I [Park.River, last Sunday was one or, By W. J. LAMARRE - er he'd County Auditor for ¢ the most successful picnics ev " 1 " Walsh County in %Valsh county. President J. l-tl Without going into details oftl Omland, of the Golden local, estima-iprellrninary budget publication and ted the crowd at about 2,000 people. I taxpayers meeting held at the court ............................. The program offered interesting house on July 24th, the budget - variations. Exellent speeches wer i mates in the county tenets1 delivered by F. R. Crane, field repros, wore lowered $16,000. In ' entative of the Farmers Uniofi; 9,. the said reduction, $8000 of -' Burke of Edmore, E. Knutson of .Ed- I ed taxes and $5000 more and M. Lillhaugen of Brocke. sources other than taxation The speakers dealt with the business plied to the credit side of th affairs of the farmers and were well The oad and bridge levy was worth coming to hear. matically cut down to the -A keen interes was developed in The items taken out of the the baseball contest between Garflelct are as follows:  and Vesta. It was a somewhat hectic Soldiers memorial fund .... $10,0& -: r.% .-'-- , game, and Garfield proved itself the __Books, blanks and office '  "7 "   :'=--" . 4- best on this* occasion, fixtures reduced ........... 2.000 ; '; ,  - The old time fiddlers contest ere- I Election supplies reduced._ '2,' : ,.....  _-a /.  ,,,- ated, perhaps, the most general in- C'tre of insane xeduced .... 2,000 -, "-t#  ' terets and made it difficult for the The estimate for soldiers memorl[i.. :,._._  //'- I. I ) "*' " / I Judges to pick the winner. The de-lwas struck out completely so thee  ! x eision gave first prize to Charley Kit twill be no levy to create a fund for 7 ./ . tleson; second prize to Clarence Mad. I that purpose. This reduction and at:i-, , ,:,.N - --==-' --=-   - ..... = ..... - : - I land, and the third to Tom eve,cO, t adltlo 1 credits reduces the lev:y for" ' :,- ........... --_ ...... .:_-.- ll purposes, including levy for ,oad: t ., l-'-Z:_____._. --. -- ...r::;_  Married and single men had it ou:: ,n Opening ] . " -  ._ " . .. / ::-3:. in a tug-of-war with the result that and bridges, to approximately 9 mlIl. ..(-.',=--- --" ,   the married men won for once. on th dollar of taxable valutl:  that the open- ,i LL-:---- _A /provided, that the vahlti0n of I Were lacking in en- • -r------   " -:.=-:'.'"=1 ! "-"--- "-- -,--.- L ..-v= .... -=:- '==: 'l I remains at or aproxlmately $3100,- They were  ::. :.. _:,_ VITAPHONE PRODUCTION everYhad manner and I   .t ..... .I MAKES HIT WITH LOCAL FAN 000. Th,e legal limit-far al! pttrpomea the time O I • C' " , 'alking Movies Draw Big v w s When the "  _-- -  ..... ' " ' ...... ro "l [Is 10A mills on the dollar. participating it, kt "° : I to Loeml qteatre; Success of In- ]published, this" office full, ws one of the - vlt,  i vestment Seems Assured I that the same were over the 'Umlt5 furnished excel-  . .. [ r, rovided by law. The notice was t speeches were I 1V I INTO RAND CAPTURED FIRST I The sucess  of the first Vitaphon warning to the taxpayers that If the ,.stuct,vo. Ma Die khisi g Is Well Satisfied I PRIZE AT TOURNAMENT HERE picture to be shown in Walsh county budget was to tand as ,ubllsheL of the central namer r n l)roduced at the Lyric theatre in they could expect taxes to of the county wa With Supp Giv th Ne Cr ryt and tho creamery OFt en e w eame Neighboring City Bands Furnish Fine' Park River during the last half of the legal limits. It was aLso a Musical Ente#,anment for last week--seems to prove that th lug to all township, city, v.lllage ana. center of interes I CreameryOlmning i management°fthel°ealtheatreacteae°unf °fitters that white Walsh until lave .at Jerome Dierldaising, manager of the handles it, and nearby towns are wisely in going to the great expense county has no outstanding bonded in- more than five Golden Valley ¢.reamery is highIy asking for it.  I o Minto band, Marius Hagen director. uused by the purchase and installe- debtedness and heretofore has had the eream were re- elated at the fine patronage the in- The first sister town to handle Gel- went away with high honors at the ion of "talkie." machinery. People reputation of beint a wealthy county," that the stitution has been the beneficiary of den Valley butter is Lankin whets band tournament staged here last Frl- came from far and near and were that its cash surulus has been great- territory di2 during the flTst week of its life. Nickolay & Matejcek handle the local day in connection with the official highly .elated a what they got for, lYeverreduced,increasing,that itSandtax burden is for- the gand open- a successful ne, The average r¢ceip of cream h product. I opening of the Golden Valley'cream- their, money. The excellent opening of the "tal- through the _exercise of good business been about 250 gallons a day. Tb.  Manager Dierkhising expects to be Sends Regrets number of dairy owners who have able to supply all local demand h)! cry. kles w with "Weary River" and the "res- ludment by those who are Leo Heasly of Orand Forks wa pease accorded it by the t)arons c,[ with the responsibility of spending he President of the brought butterfat to the new creamery a short time. So far the new cremh- Judge, and he declared that he has comaty's money, that it ean of Park River, ment determined to furhish only Lhc to keep tax levies within legal limits of the day an2 during the week is 157. That does ely has manufactured 15,000 "pouncls had easier jobs than picking the win- the theatre has made the manage- program wit: apt include repetitions. Golden Valley butter, her on this occasion. Golden Valley butter is already m The average test of cream brougi} At a conference the band leaders ,,ely best talking movies on the nar- without having to resort to borrowing the oecasior, great demand, ,ays Mr. Dlerkhisln,. to the creamery during the week i "Magic Garden," by King, was chos.en ket'. on bonds or otherwise. . - For Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The ultimate resu/e of the levy  ' from United EvmT business man in Park River 39.41. ' as competition number. Milton, this week. Messrs. McEachern and in conformity with the expression o P. Nye in Adams and Park River pressed Mint: Walztrom offer "His. Captive Woman," sentiment at the hearing and that is,. hi, re. d of Golde Valley B Sold hard for the prize. The cup was do-a story so full of thrills, scenery ana that the present r.equtrem_rt rdS: to be present Fir Po na all esu.maes .e neU PhysiciP, n had ab- 8  T$ utter hated by the Park River Civic and excitement that it has few peers and neen, i h7 " CO Comumnlty club, and the engraving hrdlv .,, ,,ls [to m.ee,, sucn requirement, a a n'. , to sak. At A Pa Riv Teleph as done by B. C, Carter, lees, .......... stt " • For M-nda Tuesdav Wednesdayl e , maes made for any new improve° Nye said: "t action to rk er one. Jeweler. land Thursday--four" " days--next" week  meat be suspended until sue time as "" -' to be with you W.A. Young was the recipient ell - , - '  the bill announces Abie's Irish Rose. i conditions improve and additional ! express my re- The first pound of Golden Valley J, Albert Ferguson actL,l as salesman much praise for the fine manner In This is the great,est comedy-dram levies are justified. . make known my butter, the local trade name for the and at the beginning the bidding was which he had arranged for the tour- ^f m-dern times It was a five "e' I The final action of the county corn- ,i is then product manufactured by the Golden brisk. O. J. Thorson started the nament. "The Civic club entertained sensation on New York's Broadway missioners will mean an increase of ', leounty taxes only of approximately Valley Creamery, brought $2.00. ball rolling but gave up when the con- the band members at luncheon and and people of his comunly shoula " i agriculture is widely It was auctioned off at the opening dinner. ,cooperative enter- day celebration last Friday. and con - test settled down to a duel betwe-, Members of the various competing show their appreciation by crwdlng[ 1 25 per cent over last year. However, is the most essen- trary to usual custom at such affairs Will McEachern and E. R, Lands- bands were so e.thusiastic about the the Lyric to capacity every evening. ! the levy can still be reduced, befcec the same is applied, dependent o resoratlon of th there was not a prearranged plot to borough, affair that they started a movement GRAIN CROPS AT EDMORE prospects of tax collections from now Iring the price up by group competl- Mr. McEachern won and, wants th to make it an annual district event. LOOKING FINE, SAYS NYHUS until July Ist, 1930. Farm Bill tion. In this case each indlvldu credit to go to Park River Telephone The total .county budget estimate [arm bill much can bidder represented himself only. . company of which he is the manager GOLDEN VALLEY CREAMERY H.J. Nyhus, a well known banker and purposes to which 11 same are cooperation, ' r STOCKHOLDERS WILL MEET of Edmore. who pasd through Park apolled Is summed up as follows: General governmental ..... $62.60 it. R Gillespie d He n Flo Tab t -- River Thursday on his way to Win- dy .n.  Alex . an rma m e Ftr MeeUng of Share owners Cailea Mantenance county build- Deliv I by Seeretn'y Celrlen for Next nipeg for a f.ew days of recreation i made. yo" Fi t L,.yn- Cre the Canadian city, stated that galn ing ....................... 8,700 fortunate. All Prices r rs am eries Sat.,,, Evening crops in the Edmore district are bet- 'CY#ritles ................. 5,00 has final- -- er than for a number of years ana Education ................. 3500 tn a lsxge way, th building Two dairy men divided the prlcea Herman Flora of Milton na;onl) , The first regular meeting of stock- Road and bridges '$,000 holders in the Golden, Valley creamery that if conditions continue as they ......... to that indtm- offered by the business men of Par: reeelved the price for bringing,beam corporation has been called for Sat- are now, the farmers of the eommunl-I Rives" as an in'dueement to patronize from the farthest distant point, but urday evening of this week. The call ty will have some real money thlsl Total .................. $244}0 &nd Entertains the Golden Valley creamery on the of- 1r. Nyhus was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John Kean and two TM Senate| flcial opening day. Ineidently, one on top of that he brought the big- has been sent out by C.P. O'Brlen fail being able to was of Scotch and the other ot Nor- test load of cream. He oreceived a ffecretarYmatters of°fimportancethe eorporatlon.to theSeveralnex oftW°EdmoredaUghterS'made TWOup the°therparty.families rlveddaughterShere Ofby Strksvllle,motor SundayMiSS'to visitae" , weglan eseent. check for forty pounds of butterfat; Mr. Kearn's brother-in-law and sls Chairrctan Farup Alex R. Olllespie coped the honors Altogether fortY-seven dairYmen of concern ,will be taken up and disposed of at the meetlvg. Nurse Olive Sklet left Monday for ter, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shaw. Kitchen, corn- " for bringing the highest testing swe. the Park River territory brought more Chexles City, Iowa, where she has ac- and labor, ae The first meeting of the stockhol- cepted a position at the Cedar Valley Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Spaulding let the day. [cream, and he repeated wl-n it came than 4,000 pounds of cream to the In his call Mr. o'Brie says: tm ed at the liP the highest thsting cream of any Golden Valley creamery on the open- ders of the Golden Valley creamery hospital, fo their aome In F@rgo on Thursday ks would haw I kind. inS day. Park River, North Dakota, will tm after a two weeks' visit .with relative an( a as he was I held in the city hall, Park River, N. John Miller, a former resident of hole. Jane Walstrom accompanied before evening, Mrs. E. H6rwik, Edwin and Alice lug. They also visited ffr. and Mrs. D., on Saturday, August 3rd, 1929, .t Orafton, now living in tim state ot them and will go by bus to Minnea- With the board of IIerwtck returned Friday from Nome/Arthur Anderson, former residents o eight P, m. Washing{on. was caling on friends polis for a three weeks' visit at the please ]N. D., whexe they spent a week visit-IPark River, at Litehville, N.D. "The election of directors and ths Mot.day. Alvin Taylo home. • _  - _ _ _ - _ • " YlP .tm|oby. lqareyFletelae¢ Tuesd., Aug. at ParkR'ver, l't and his8 Piece Roseland ] h and dance to the music Dance Garden Bali • IJ by the Finest Orchestra I Room Band P in the state " Cr Jw.: Nye to Come Friday celebrate.1 of the Golden a cooperative eor. by more than 160 men in the corn- was he'd the Park River club. charge had made care of 3,000 afternoon pro. the city park less of the antlcipatea appearance. Dur- however the totaI I Passed the thous- l not r'eaeh the ex-i committee. I day of the year flirting with th the sun beating l tt bare and crowneJI of the presented,I of crowd: Another Were too busy off a day for .k ER VACATION ENJOY IT NEXT WINTER Buly your films here / IN SNAPSHOTSYOU TAKE TODAY Leave, 'em here-- irYear $2.00 Nearly everybody in the Thh ii $250 l 1 Legislative t]istriet reads it,. ......... vv00Lon r00r, oo 00ESS EXPLAINS FARM: RELIEF ...... AND ..... TARIFF- i" ';'€'€'€"**'@ ..o....,..-:.o:..:--b¢..*..:-O €"1":":":°':'+€'°:°€'°:**:'€°'1° " ***:*'[*@@*   ' °''*:*'€°@*€" ;'@@g''@@@@@@@@' :/ _=Creamery Starts Under Most eromisin00 Auspices, i I Too Many Stowaways . ....... By Albert T. Reid T6PICS TALKS Cr Jw. Nye to Come Friday celebrate J of the Golden a coogerativv cop. by ore than 160 men in the corn- was hed of the Park River club. charge had made care of 3,000 afternoon pro. the city pa'k less of the anticipated appearance. Dur- hOWever, the total Passed the thous- not reach the ex- committee. day of the year flirting, with the the sun beating or bare and crowned of the presented of crowd: Another/ were too busT, off a day for transaction of such other business a may be deemed necessary will take place at this meeting." FRAMING OF BUDGET IS EXPLAINED FARMERS UNION PICNIC DRAWS CROWD OF 2,000 Interesting Speeches and Fine Athle- tic Program Features Gathering under the auspices of the Golden ' Makes Large Decrease Possible i 1 l By W. J. LAMARRE  i/ County Auditor for Walsh Oounty :r !l Without going into details of* the !!l preliminary budget publication and / taxpayers meeting held at the court I local in the Bakke grove, west of Park .River, last Sunday was one or the most successful picnics ever he', in %Valsh county. President J. 14 Omland, of the Golden local, estima- ted the crowd at about 2,00{) people. The program offered interesting variations. Exellent speeches wer i delivered by F. R. Crane, feld repres. entattve of the Farmers Uniofi; 9,. i Burke of Edmore, E. Knutson of .Ed-I more and M. Lillhaugen Of Brocket. The speakers dealt with the business affairs of the farmers and were well worth coming to hear. -A keen lnteres¢ was developed in the baseball contest between Garfield and Vesta. It was a somewhat hectic game, and Garfield proved itself the house on July 24th. the mates in the county general wre lowered $16,000. In addition the said reduction, $8000 of ed taxes and $5000 sources other than taxation plied to the credit side of th The xoad and bridge levy was matically cut down to the The items taken out of the are as ollows: / Soldiers memorial fund .... $10,0: : , / __BoOks, blanks and office '  :ill'r fixtures red.uced ........... ,00 ; !! Election supplies reduced._ ',' ;i Cre of insane reduced .... 2,000. The estimate for soldiers memorl was struck out completely so thee will be no levy to create a fund for purpose• This reduction and ad-. !l that dltional credits reduces the levy all purposes. Includlng levy for best on this" occasion. The old time fiddlers contest are. ated, perhaps, the most general in- Opening that the open- Were lacking in en- They were eVery manner an'J had the time o/ participating I:,t was one of thu furnished excei- spehes were instructive. of the central of the county was the creamery center of interest until /abe ,at more than five cream were re- proves that the territory di the gand open- a successful nne, Sends Regrets President of the of Park River, of the da.y and program with the occasiort. from United P. Nye In conveyed his re. able to be present Ph'sicie.n had ab- him to speak. Nye said: "f to be with you expTes my re- .ake known mv is then agriculture is widely .cOOperative enter- is the most essen- resoration of the Farm Bill bill much can cooperetton, board proves it- body. And I far made fortunate. has final- In a large way; thb building for that Indtm- &nd Entertains Senatoz able to Chatrrttan Farup A, Kitchen, corn- terets and made it difficult for the judges to pick the winner. The de- cision gave first prize to Charley Kit tleson; second prize to Clarence Mad. land, and the third to Tom Oveve. Married and single men had it ou: in a tug-of-war with the result that and bridges, to the married men won for once. VITAPHONE PRODUCTION MAKES HIT WITH LOCAL FANS , "Talking Movfem Draw Jg v w I to Ltl Teatre; Sueee of In- i [ vestment Seems Assured { on th dollar of taxabl, provided, that the remains at or auproxtmately $3100,- 000. Th,e legal limit far all purpose 1 is 10% mills on the dollar. i When the: 'stimates and lVles were .{; published, this" office fully realized ::/ that the same were over the limits | •  . ovtded by law. The notice • was a t MINTO BAND CAPTURED FIRST Tle sucess of the first Vitaphon warning to the taxpayers that• if the • ,,gManaer ,-,,,,,o, sD;'rl'l';°;na [€ PRIZE AT TOURNAINT HERE picture to be shown in Walsh court%" budget was to tand as publisheeL With SUpport Given the New Creameryl Jerome Dierkhising, manage7 of-'he- handl--'--slt, and nearby towns are Golden Valley creamery is highly asking Ior . elated at the fine patronage the in- stitution has been the beneficiary or during the first week of its life. The average receip of cream ha been about 250 gallons a day. Tb: number of dairy owners who have brought butterfat to the new creamery during the week is 157. That does --produced at the Lic theatre in Neighboring City Panda Furnish Fine Park River during the last half of Musical Entetalnment for last week--seems to prove-that th Creamery Opening I management of the local theatre acre2 wisely in going to the great experts2 Io Minto band, Marius Hagen director. uused by the purchase and lnstalla- The first sister town to handle Gel- went away with high honors at tle ion of "talkie" machinery, People den Valley butter is Lankin whec band tournament staged here last Frl- came from far and near and were Nickolay & Matejcek handle the loca day in connection with the offieial highly .elated a what they got for product.  opening of the Golden Valley' cream- i their money. The excellent opening of the "tel- Manager Disrkhtsing expects to be cry. kles '€ with "Weary River" and the're-z- able to supply all local demand in l Leo Heasly of Grand Forks ws ponse accorded it by the patrons f a short time. So far the new cremh-i judg'e, and he declared that he hal cry has manufactured 15,000 "pounds had easier jobs than picking the win- the theatre has made the manage- Golden Valley butter, merit determined to furhish only c no include repetitions, her on this occasion. ,,ery best talking movies on the nar- Golden Valley butter is already m The average test of cream brougi} At a conference the band leader ket'. great demand, .ays Mr. Dlerkhisln.. to the creamery during the week is 'Magic Garden," by King, was chosen For Thursday, Friday and Saturday. EvmT business man in Park Rlver' 39.41.  as competition number. Milton, this week, Messrs. McEachern and Adams and Park River pressed Mint: Waltrom offer "His Captive Woman." First Pound of Golden Valley Butter Sold hard for the prize. The cup was do-a story so full of thrills, scenery ann hated by the Park River  Civic and excitement that it has "few peers and Telepi00 Oomumnity club. and the engraving hardly any equals. At Auction to Park River one Co. was done by B. C. Carter, local For Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday[ jeweler, and Thursdayfour days--next week The first pound of Golden Valley J. Albert Ferguson acted as salesman W.A. Young was the elpient of the bill announces "Able's Irish Rose. much praise for the fine manner In This is the greatest comedy-dram butter, the local trade name for the and at the beginning the bidding ws which he had arranged for the tour- of modern times. It was a five ye,'% product manufactured by the Golden brisk. O. J. Thorson started the nament. "The Civic club entertained sensation on N,ew York's Broadway Valley creamery, brought $2.00. ball rolling but gaw up when the con- the band members at luncheon and and people of this comunity shoutl It was auctioned off at the opening dinner. day celebration last Friday, and con test settled down to a duel betwe:, show their appreciation by crowding " Members of the various competing the Lyric to capacity every evening. trary to usual custom at such affairs Will McEachern and E. R, Lands- bands were so enthusiastic about the there was not a prearranged plot to borough. Uring the price up by group competl- Mr. McEachern won and, wants th affair that they started a movement GRAIN CROPS AT EDMORE tion. In this case each indivldu credit to go to Park River Telephone to make It an annual district event. LOOKING FINE, SAYS NYHU bidder represented himself only. , company of which he is the manager. GOLDEN VALLEY CREAMERY H.J. Nyhus. a well known banker ' STOCKHOLDERS WILL MEET of Edmore. who passed through Park Gillespie ri Alex R. and Herma Flora Take v Meeting of $hae owners Called River Thursday on his way tO Win- nipeg for a few days of reexeatton i • /0 the Canadian city, stated that gal All Prhes r First Day Cream Deliveries by Seoretary O'B¢/en for Next Saturday Evening crops in the Edmore district are bet- Two dairy men divided the prlce Herman Flora of Milton nanl; The first regular meeting of stock- thater thanif conditionsf°r a numbercontinueOf yearSas theyan offered by the business men of Par received the price for bringing, beeam holders in the Golden. Valley creamery are now, the farmers of the communi-] corporation has been called for Sat- ty will have some real money thls 1 River as an inducement to patronize from the farthest distant point, but urday evening of this week. The call fall. the Golden Valley creamery on the of- ficial opening day. Incldently, one on top of that he brought the big- has been sent out by C.P. O'Brien lr. Nyhns wa accompanied by was of Scotch and the other of Nor- gent load of cream. He received ,t secretary of the corporation. Several two daughters. Two other families " matters of importance to the ne of Edmore made uP the party. wegian [escent. check for forty POUnds of butterfat; Altogether forty-seven dairymen of concern .will be taken up and dispel4 they could expect taxs tO the legal limits. It was also ing to all township, city, v.illage an .coun,'y officers that while Walsh county has no outstanding bonded In- debtedness and heretofore has had the reputation of beina; a wealthy county," that its cash surolus has been great- ly reduced, that its tax burden is for- ever increasing, and that it is only through the .exercise of good business Judgment by those who are charge** with the responsibility of spending he county's money, tha it can to keep tax levies within legal limits without hevin to resort to borrowing on bonds or otherwise. ' The ultimate resul of the levy is in conformity with the expression oz sentiment at the hearing and that Is, that the present requiremgrtt is nut. ftcent, that all estimates be reduced . to meet. such requh.ement, and the'. estimates made for any new improve- ment be suspended until SUCh time as conditions improve and additional levies are justified. The final action of the county com- missioners will mean an increase of county taxes only of approximaly S5 per cent over last year. However, the levy can still be reduced, before the same is applied, dependent ou prospects of tax collections from now until July Ist, 1930. ' . The total.county budget estimate and purposes to which tl,e same are applied is summed up em follows:  Genere2 governmental ..... $2,60 Mantenance county build- Ings ....................... 8300 ' CklWlties ................. ,$00 EdUcation ................. 3800 Road and bridges ......... '/8,000 Total .................. $480 Mr. and Mrs. John Keen and two  daughters of Starksville, Miss., ae- rlved here by motor Sunday to visit Mr. Kearn's brother-in-law and sis Alex R. Gillespie coped the honors and labor, a for bringing the highest testing swe. the Park River territory brought more the day i cream, and he repeated w.n it came than 4,000 pounds of cream to the ' "" .. ,..,,.] to the highest thstlng cream of any Golden Valley creamery on the open- r . kind ks would haw I .  o . lug day. ann h as he was/ , . Alicel before evening,[ Mrs. E. Herwik, Edwin ann ling. They also visited Mr. and MI. With the board oil Iterwick returned Friday from Nome lArthur Anderson, former residents o eight, please IN, D., where they spent a week visit-[Prk River, at Litehville, N. D. Mumic by Harry Fletcher and his 8-Piece Roseland Dance Garden Bali Room Band of at the meetivg, ,In his call Mr. O'Briell says: The first meeting of the stockhol- ders of the Golden Valley creamery Park River, North Dakota, will be held in the city hall, Park River, N. D., on Saturday, August 3rd, 1929, st eight P. m. The election of directors and th Tuesday, Aug. 6 Nurse Olive Sksist left Monday for Chexles City, Iowa, where she has ac- cepted a position at the Cedar Valley hospital, John Miller, a former resident of Grafton, now living in tim state of Washingt*on, was caling on friends Monday. THE OROWO" and dance to the music by the Finest Orchestra in the state ter, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Spauldlng left fo their 'home in F@rgo on Thuraday after a two weeks' visit with relative hre. Jane Walstrom accompaniea them and will go by bus to Minnea- polis for a three weeks' visit at the Alvin Taylo home. at Park River