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Living Benefits for Lutherans through Life Insurance Edinburg News Notes : By Mrs. Oluf Olson daughters of Wahpeton visited with i! d Mr. Warner's mother, Mrs. Cordelia Warner in Edinburg on Wednesday. Mrs. Denis Monson and children are Plating her parents in Grand Forks for a few days. Mr. Monson was there for the week end. Two hundred relatives gathered Sunday, August 19, at the Golden park for the Nygard family reunion, Amund Nygard was in charge of ar- rangements for the outing which started with a picnic dinner at noon with a program of short talks given during the afternoon. Miss Torbjorg Nystuen, a relative from Norway who is visiting here was presented with a gift. She rendered several musical numbers. The group voted to make the reunion an annual af- flair and August Nygard was named chairman of the 1957 event. Mrs. Walter Bond returned last week from a trip to San Francisco where she visited her brother. Ed- win, who is a patient at a Veterans hospital there. He is reported to be somewhat improved but is still con- fined to his wheel chair. Mrs. John Sveen of Grafton spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moe and family. Mrs. Helge Rustan, Nora and Ha- zel Miller, Mrs. Tillie Stenerson, Mrs. George Johnstone of Hoople, Mrs. Anna Brevik. Mrs. Olga Swen- son. Karen and Mary Brevik were guests of Mrs. Oluf Olson Friday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs, John Evenson Jr., left Aug. 28 for Bemidji, Minn.. to make their home for the school year. Mr. Evenson will 'teach Eng- lish in the high school while Mrs. Evenson will teach intermediate grades. Mrs. Oluf Olson and Ruth Berg called on the former's daughter, Mrs. Vernon Chally, at the Deacon- ess hospital, Grafton, Wednesday. Ruth Stenerson, Mrs. Tillie Sten- ersen and Mrs. Gem. Johnstone vis- ited with Mrs. Vernon Drevecky at Adams one day last week. Mrs. Around Nygard and infant son, returned home Friday from the Grafton Deaconess hospital. Mrs, Ole Herseth and Delaine visited at the Around Nygard home Tuesday of last week. Debbie and Cindy Chally of Park River were guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oluf Olson from Sunday to Tuesday. AIdea/ Victim is Niece Of Two Local Men Mrs, John Trish, of Aberdeen, S. D. niece of Dr. A, N. Flaten and of Dr. M. C. Flaten, of Edinburg, was killed in an auto accident at Will- mar, Minn,, according to word re- ceived here. Mrs. Trish is the form- er Genevieve Flaten, daughter of Joseph Ftaten, of Aberdeen, form- er Edinburg resident, Mr. Trish was critically injured in the same accident. The couple's :tour children range in age from 18 months to 9 years. They are Steph- en, Nancy, Jerry and John. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Florence have purchased lots in the ,vest end .of town from Walter Johnson and have started excavation for a new home they plan to build. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mattson of Mahnomen, Minn., spent two days here with her mother.Mrs. Reber- dim Wallum. Julie Wallum. who had spent the summer at the Matt- sen home, returned with them. The Konrad Tveit family: who have been living on the Oscar UI- berg farm, have moved into the Percy Anderson residence. The Al- fred Bellerud family will move to the Ulberg farm. Mr. and Mrs, Ed Stenerson, Ben- hie Granger. Mrs, Nellie Espetvedt and Noel made a trip to Canada on Monday. Mrs. T. Sholey of Fairdale spent a couple days with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nygard here. Miss Lea Rae Evenson, a bride of this month, was honored at a mis- cellaneous shower Thursday eve- ning at the Trinity Lutheran church parlors. The gifts were opened and viewed and lunch was served to the group. Martin Nygard of Roseglen, N. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pike of Sun- nyside, Wash., spent the week end at the Edwin Nygard home here. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Skyrud vis- ited with relatives at Michigan on Sunday, August 19. Mrs. Olga wenson and children, Karen and Marilyn, visited over the week end with Beulah Swenson at Grafton. On Sunday they called on relatives at Wa]halla. Sig Rimestad of Clearbrook, Min- nesota, was an over night guest of Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Flaten Thurs- day. Mrs. Wallace Warner and two I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderso ?r., 00Brothcrhood Home alice * Minneapolis 2, Minn. Local Sales Representative OLE E. BERg 251 West Fourth St. Telephone 1194 Grafton, N. D. Now at Fursteneau Lumber Company The Building Center at Park River, N. D. FOR Our stock of building material of all kinds is com- plete. Just received two carloads of 94,1b. net Portland Cent, which, with our supply on hand, gives us a good stock to take care of. customers at the regular old price, We also have the complete plans for farms and new homes by the Weyerhouser Building Service in our office. See the 144 Home Book Plans end Farm Book of all types of buildings before youdecide to build. Free Estimates Furstenm Lumber CL ,WHERE Yo00,, Dial 22952 Pa River Highway 17 i and daughter, Roseadele. left Sat-I Adams Hews urday on a trip to Mimaeapolls. They were accompanied by Percy Anderson of Minneapolis who spent By Mrs. Lena No dbye Saturday here. Mrs. Fred Hultstrand and daugh- ter of Park River were guests of Mrs, Otelia Wylie one day lst week. Linda Chally of Park River is spending some time with her grand- parents, Mr, and Mrs. Louis Chally. Mrs, Helleck Nereson is visiting with relatives in Montana. The Jim Severstone family of Inkster and Mrs. Halvor Kalkeck- dalen visited Sunday afternoon at the Helmet Kalbeckdalen home at Thief River Falls, Minn. Mrs, Thora Rike and Mrs. Pete Fingarson were Grand Forks callers August 23. The Gilfred Moen family of For- est River spenf Sunday afternoon at the Oluf Olson home. Gayln Moen remained for a week at the Olson home. , Mrs, Mary Loe, who observed her 80th birthday anniversary August 23. was honored by a group of friends and relatives at her home that day. Mrs. Loe makes her home with her son. Emmett. and is very active. For the party refreshment table, four birthday cakes had been prepared to mark the occasion. Guests present were the Mes- dames Otelia Wylie, A. A. Flaten, Annie Johnstone, A. N. Flaten. M. C, Flaten. Gilbert Jansen. Anna Bre- vik. alga Swenson and Karen, Ver- ner Brevik, and Faye, Leonard Mandt. Anna Monson. Willie Char- on, Oscar Haug Duane Haug and Cindy, L. S. Jensen. Joe Mandt, W. Wellman Oluf Olson, E, Swanson, H. Nereson N. Espetvedt, A. Steen. Tillie Stenerson, P. Fingarson, Bur- die Wallum, Walter Bond, Arman. R. Borgeson Ragnar Johnson. T. Brandvold, N. Ordahl. L. Troftgru- ben and daughter. B. Setnes and Linda. Denis Monson. Carl Monson, Josephine Shuley. A. Fletcher, and Misses Mabel and Olga Frovarp. Want Ads An illuminated eon cross has been installed on the Mountain Lu- theran church in Adams. It is a memorial for Mr. and Mrs. Thomas memorial for the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grove. given by their farm fly. Mrs. Della Omdalen of Kalispell, Mont., and Mrs. Carl Bergsland vis- ited at the homes of Clara Sunder- i land, Mrs. Lena Nordbye and lIrs. Lofthus Saturday. Mrs. Christina Johnson. Mrs. Hjalmer Tonning, Mrs. Henry Haug- en and Mrs. Rudy Bloomquist were in Devils Lake Thursday to visit the Elmer Johnson family. Mrs. Clara Wallgren. Mrs. Annie Lofthus and Mrs. E. Nordbye were hmchcon guests of Mrs. Clarence Lien jr., in Park River Thursday. Mrs. OIe Thorvilson observed h.r birthday anniversary Aug. 22 and the following women came to her home: Mesdames Carrie Thorvil- E. Syverson, K. Boe, Melvin Belle- rud and children. Paul Chally and Children, Alma Rasmussen, Clara Swenson. Tilda Erickson and Lena Nordbye. Lunch was served by Mrs. Chally and Thelma Thorvilson. Mrs. Kenneth Tanke entertained the H M M club Tuesday evening of last week. Guests of the group were Mrs. Lillian Bjorg and Mrs. Ruby Olson. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Grilley and Mrs, Alma Ingebretson drove to Larimore Aug. 19 to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lykken and fam- ily. Mrs. Clarence Grilley observed her birthday anniversary on Aug. 24 and these guests came for the occasion: Mrs. ale Herseth and DeLayne. Mrs. Ted Olson and and Sandra. Thelma Midboe, Mrs. Gilbert Nordbye, Mrs. Alma Inge- bretson, Mrs. Jim Bellamy and Mrs. Katherine Stensland. FATHER HYLDEN HERE Rev. J. L. Hylden ef Edgeley was an ever night vlsior here Tuesday TIIDAY, AUGUST 30, with Rev. L, Svetinsky, Rev, Hylden . - . -- -- : - - %. is a former local resident and was *i*. Postponed . .. :., here on an assignment to photo- *} 4* graph all the Catholic shrines in (. this area for use in his Catholic   '@ Rural Life work.  @ CARD OF THANKS  The Park River Golf $ Club has postponed the + We wish to express our thanks and  drawing for the 195 appreciation to all who came to our French Renault aut0m0" aid when our daughter, Sandra, was [  stricken with polio. We are especial- bile, which was original"  ly grateful to Dr. James O'Toole! ly scheduled for the La $ and the staff at St. Ansgar's hospi- !  laterr DaYdateDaWnwhichdanCewillt0aJbe tal and to those who furnished the l,t, announced in this neWS'** transportation for us to and from l Fargo. Also thanks to the person l:  paper. , who notifed the Walsh County .I. # pOlio board, which offered assist- .I,  ance. . . Chas. Porter, , Mr, and Mrs, Gust Monsebroten  President and family. ,io,.o. ,..**, ,e.,....,..?...,...u,,  Wanted: Counter Girl. Apply to Service Cleaners, City. a31 For Sale:, spring fryers, $1 each. Lorna & Ellen Espelien, 8 mi. W.. 2 mi. South and V4 mi. east of Park River. a31* I Opportunity . Fill, & SM J00HI, 31-SEPT, X00ArrS ,,iF VELVEETA .... ........ $320 per month sales position open to man cap- @. For Sale: New Holland Forage har- able of traveling five days rester with corn and hay heads. In a week in this area, must good condition. Priced to sell. Ar- den Burbidge, Park River s6 * have car, good personal- MO.-- ity and be 21 or older. No 0  F-o-R--S.: weet--co-rn.-doz-c; experience required if Beets, carrots cucumbers. Special yOU are willing to learn. prices on large orders. David Brtce, city. Dial 37732. a30* Write Personnel Director, Mrs. Oscar Johnson entertained a BOX 429, Minot, N.D. _ group of women at a coffee party at her home Tuesday afternoon. .... " ' '" "* 4 -' ,..WAY _ I/t,|00i -..OZ. i  OANE & MAPL| m KLEENEX .......... 00EOH M00T.. 3 01A-fashi0na00[ come00y! When you drive into our servi station, you'll find modern equipment and the finest oil products available. We're only old. fashioned about courtesy-the kind offriadly,' 'old-fahioned" service that earned service stations their name. We're not satisfied with just supplying your car with guo. line and oil--we want to give it the epett oare that can actually add thousands of miles to your oar's life. Courtesy and sexvice--that's our aim, as part o hm' e competitive, progressive oil indnstr7. So put your earl- good hands--yon'll find it pays big dividen&. Frank's Service Station   . :: ParkRtver,. North Dakota WALLIWi, RUFERTql, FILLETS NK! Meats PICNICS, Morrell's, Ready to Eat .................. I; BACON SLICED, Armour's (Limit) lb. pkgs ........ 3 fr LARGE BALOGNA, Armour's by piece (Limit) ..... ,,1! BRAUNSCHWEIGER, Armour's ,.. IP DRIED BEEF, Ar,.OU,', ....... :-:-_. Fruit & Vegetables SEEDLESS GRAPES 2 IbS for $ ORANGES O  ..... - ............................ pV CABBAGE ................................... --. Special e W I N N J g S t: Extra Three merchandise pr'z s giv- Ist, Selmer Marifjere  en every Saturday. A chance with every cash purchase of $2 2nd. Bernt Bellerud or more. 3rd, John Bena Owned and O by John Bum: . Park River, North Dakota , Living Benefits for Lutherans through Life Insurance Edinburg News Notes : By Mrs. Oluf Olson daughters of Wahpeton visited with i! d Mr. Warner's mother, Mrs. Cordelia Warner in Edinburg on Wednesday. Mrs. Denis Monson and children are Plating her parents in Grand Forks for a few days. Mr. Monson was there for the week end. Two hundred relatives gathered Sunday, August 19, at the Golden park for the Nygard family reunion, Amund Nygard was in charge of ar- rangements for the outing which started with a picnic dinner at noon with a program of short talks given during the afternoon. Miss Torbjorg Nystuen, a relative from Norway who is visiting here was presented with a gift. She rendered several musical numbers. The group voted to make the reunion an annual af- flair and August Nygard was named chairman of the 1957 event. Mrs. Walter Bond returned last week from a trip to San Francisco where she visited her brother. Ed- win, who is a patient at a Veterans hospital there. He is reported to be somewhat improved but is still con- fined to his wheel chair. Mrs. John Sveen of Grafton spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moe and family. Mrs. Helge Rustan, Nora and Ha- zel Miller, Mrs. Tillie Stenerson, Mrs. George Johnstone of Hoople, Mrs. Anna Brevik. Mrs. Olga Swen- son. Karen and Mary Brevik were guests of Mrs. Oluf Olson Friday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs, John Evenson Jr., left Aug. 28 for Bemidji, Minn.. to make their home for the school year. Mr. Evenson will 'teach Eng- lish in the high school while Mrs. Evenson will teach intermediate grades. Mrs. Oluf Olson and Ruth Berg called on the former's daughter, Mrs. Vernon Chally, at the Deacon- ess hospital, Grafton, Wednesday. Ruth Stenerson, Mrs. Tillie Sten- ersen and Mrs. Gem. Johnstone vis- ited with Mrs. Vernon Drevecky at Adams one day last week. Mrs. Around Nygard and infant son, returned home Friday from the Grafton Deaconess hospital. Mrs, Ole Herseth and Delaine visited at the Around Nygard home Tuesday of last week. Debbie and Cindy Chally of Park River were guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oluf Olson from Sunday to Tuesday. AIdea/ Victim is Niece Of Two Local Men Mrs, John Trish, of Aberdeen, S. D. niece of Dr. A, N. Flaten and of Dr. M. C. Flaten, of Edinburg, was killed in an auto accident at Will- mar, Minn,, according to word re- ceived here. Mrs. Trish is the form- er Genevieve Flaten, daughter of Joseph Ftaten, of Aberdeen, form- er Edinburg resident, Mr. Trish was critically injured in the same accident. The couple's :tour children range in age from 18 months to 9 years. They are Steph- en, Nancy, Jerry and John. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Florence have purchased lots in the ,vest end .of town from Walter Johnson and have started excavation for a new home they plan to build. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mattson of Mahnomen, Minn., spent two days here with her mother.Mrs. Reber- dim Wallum. Julie Wallum. who had spent the summer at the Matt- sen home, returned with them. The Konrad Tveit family: who have been living on the Oscar UI- berg farm, have moved into the Percy Anderson residence. The Al- fred Bellerud family will move to the Ulberg farm. Mr. and Mrs, Ed Stenerson, Ben- hie Granger. Mrs, Nellie Espetvedt and Noel made a trip to Canada on Monday. Mrs. T. Sholey of Fairdale spent a couple days with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nygard here. Miss Lea Rae Evenson, a bride of this month, was honored at a mis- cellaneous shower Thursday eve- ning at the Trinity Lutheran church parlors. The gifts were opened and viewed and lunch was served to the group. Martin Nygard of Roseglen, N. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pike of Sun- nyside, Wash., spent the week end at the Edwin Nygard home here. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Skyrud vis- ited with relatives at Michigan on Sunday, August 19. Mrs. Olga wenson and children, Karen and Marilyn, visited over the week end with Beulah Swenson at Grafton. On Sunday they called on relatives at Wa]halla. Sig Rimestad of Clearbrook, Min- nesota, was an over night guest of Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Flaten Thurs- day. Mrs. Wallace Warner and two I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderso ?r., 00Brothcrhood Home alice * Minneapolis 2, Minn. Local Sales Representative OLE E. BERg 251 West Fourth St. Telephone 1194 Grafton, N. D. Now at Fursteneau Lumber Company The Building Center at Park River, N. D. FOR Our stock of building material of all kinds is com- plete. Just received two carloads of 94,1b. net Portland Cent, which, with our supply on hand, gives us a good stock to take care of. customers at the regular old price, We also have the complete plans for farms and new homes by the Weyerhouser Building Service in our office. See the 144 Home Book Plans end Farm Book of all types of buildings before youdecide to build. Free Estimates Furstenm Lumber CL ,WHERE Yo00,, Dial 22952 Pa River Highway 17 i and daughter, Roseadele. left Sat-I Adams Hews urday on a trip to Mimaeapolls. They were accompanied by Percy Anderson of Minneapolis who spent By Mrs. Lena No dbye Saturday here. Mrs. Fred Hultstrand and daugh- ter of Park River were guests of Mrs, Otelia Wylie one day lst week. Linda Chally of Park River is spending some time with her grand- parents, Mr, and Mrs. Louis Chally. Mrs, Helleck Nereson is visiting with relatives in Montana. The Jim Severstone family of Inkster and Mrs. Halvor Kalkeck- dalen visited Sunday afternoon at the Helmet Kalbeckdalen home at Thief River Falls, Minn. Mrs, Thora Rike and Mrs. Pete Fingarson were Grand Forks callers August 23. The Gilfred Moen family of For- est River spenf Sunday afternoon at the Oluf Olson home. Gayln Moen remained for a week at the Olson home. , Mrs, Mary Loe, who observed her 80th birthday anniversary August 23. was honored by a group of friends and relatives at her home that day. Mrs. Loe makes her home with her son. Emmett. and is very active. For the party refreshment table, four birthday cakes had been prepared to mark the occasion. Guests present were the Mes- dames Otelia Wylie, A. A. Flaten, Annie Johnstone, A. N. Flaten. M. C, Flaten. Gilbert Jansen. Anna Bre- vik. alga Swenson and Karen, Ver- ner Brevik, and Faye, Leonard Mandt. Anna Monson. Willie Char- on, Oscar Haug Duane Haug and Cindy, L. S. Jensen. Joe Mandt, W. Wellman Oluf Olson, E, Swanson, H. Nereson N. Espetvedt, A. Steen. Tillie Stenerson, P. Fingarson, Bur- die Wallum, Walter Bond, Arman. R. Borgeson Ragnar Johnson. T. Brandvold, N. Ordahl. L. Troftgru- ben and daughter. B. Setnes and Linda. Denis Monson. Carl Monson, Josephine Shuley. A. Fletcher, and Misses Mabel and Olga Frovarp. Want Ads An illuminated eon cross has been installed on the Mountain Lu- theran church in Adams. It is a memorial for Mr. and Mrs. Thomas memorial for the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grove. given by their farm fly. Mrs. Della Omdalen of Kalispell, Mont., and Mrs. Carl Bergsland vis- ited at the homes of Clara Sunder- i land, Mrs. Lena Nordbye and lIrs. Lofthus Saturday. Mrs. Christina Johnson. Mrs. Hjalmer Tonning, Mrs. Henry Haug- en and Mrs. Rudy Bloomquist were in Devils Lake Thursday to visit the Elmer Johnson family. Mrs. Clara Wallgren. Mrs. Annie Lofthus and Mrs. E. Nordbye were hmchcon guests of Mrs. Clarence Lien jr., in Park River Thursday. Mrs. OIe Thorvilson observed h.r birthday anniversary Aug. 22 and the following women came to her home: Mesdames Carrie Thorvil- E. Syverson, K. Boe, Melvin Belle- rud and children. Paul Chally and Children, Alma Rasmussen, Clara Swenson. Tilda Erickson and Lena Nordbye. Lunch was served by Mrs. Chally and Thelma Thorvilson. Mrs. Kenneth Tanke entertained the H M M club Tuesday evening of last week. Guests of the group were Mrs. Lillian Bjorg and Mrs. Ruby Olson. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Grilley and Mrs, Alma Ingebretson drove to Larimore Aug. 19 to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lykken and fam- ily. Mrs. Clarence Grilley observed her birthday anniversary on Aug. 24 and these guests came for the occasion: Mrs. ale Herseth and DeLayne. Mrs. Ted Olson and and Sandra. Thelma Midboe, Mrs. Gilbert Nordbye, Mrs. Alma Inge- bretson, Mrs. Jim Bellamy and Mrs. Katherine Stensland. FATHER HYLDEN HERE Rev. J. L. Hylden ef Edgeley was an ever night vlsior here Tuesday TIIDAY, AUGUST 30, with Rev. L, Svetinsky, Rev, Hylden . - . -- -- : - - %. is a former local resident and was *i*. Postponed . .. :., here on an assignment to photo- *} 4* graph all the Catholic shrines in (. this area for use in his Catholic   '@ Rural Life work.  @ CARD OF THANKS  The Park River Golf $ Club has postponed the + We wish to express our thanks and  drawing for the 195 appreciation to all who came to our French Renault aut0m0" aid when our daughter, Sandra, was [  stricken with polio. We are especial- bile, which was original"  ly grateful to Dr. James O'Toole! ly scheduled for the La $ and the staff at St. Ansgar's hospi- !  laterr DaYdateDaWnwhichdanCewillt0aJbe tal and to those who furnished the l,t, announced in this neWS'** transportation for us to and from l Fargo. Also thanks to the person l:  paper. , who notifed the Walsh County .I. # pOlio board, which offered assist- .I,  ance. . . Chas. Porter, , Mr, and Mrs, Gust Monsebroten  President and family. ,io,.o. ,..**, ,e.,....,..?...,...u,,  Wanted: Counter Girl. Apply to Service Cleaners, City. a31 For Sale:, spring fryers, $1 each. Lorna& Ellen Espelien, 8 mi. W.. 2 mi. South and V4 mi. east of Park River. a31* I Opportunity . Fill, & SM J00HI, 31-SEPT, X00ArrS ,,iF VELVEETA .... ........ $320 per month sales position open to man cap- @. For Sale: New Holland Forage har- able of traveling five days rester with corn and hay heads. In a week in this area, must good condition. Priced to sell. Ar- den Burbidge, Park River s6 * have car, good personal- MO.-- ity and be 21 or older. No 0  F-o-R--S.: weet--co-rn.-doz-c; experience required if Beets, carrots cucumbers. Special yOU are willing to learn. prices on large orders. David Brtce, city. Dial 37732. a30* Write Personnel Director, Mrs. Oscar Johnson entertained a BOX 429, Minot, N.D. _ group of women at a coffee party at her home Tuesday afternoon. .... " ' '" "* 4 -' ,..WAY _ I/t,|00i -..OZ. i  OANE & MAPL| m KLEENEX .......... 00EOH M00T.. 3 01A-fashi0na00[ come00y! When you drive into our servi station, you'll find modern equipment and the finest oil products available. We're only old. fashioned about courtesy-the kind offriadly,' 'old-fahioned" service that earned service stations their name. We're not satisfied with just supplying your car with guo. line and oil--we want to give it the epett oare that can actually add thousands of miles to your oar's life. Courtesy and sexvice--that's our aim, as part o hm' e competitive, progressive oil indnstr7. So put your earl- good hands--yon'll find it pays big dividen&. Frank's Service Station   . :: ParkRtver,. North Dakota WALLIWi, RUFERTql, FILLETS NK! Meats PICNICS, Morrell's, Ready to Eat .................. I; BACON SLICED, Armour's (Limit) lb. pkgs ........ 3 fr LARGE BALOGNA, Armour's by piece (Limit) ..... ,,1! BRAUNSCHWEIGER, Armour's ,.. IP DRIED BEEF, Ar,.OU,', ....... :-:-_. Fruit & Vegetables SEEDLESS GRAPES 2 IbS for $ ORANGES O  ..... - ............................ pV CABBAGE ................................... --. Special e W I N N J g S t: Extra Three merchandise pr'z s giv- Ist, Selmer Marifjere  en every Saturday. A chance with every cash purchase of $2 2nd. Bernt Bellerud or more. 3rd, John Bena Owned and O by John Bum: . Park River, North Dakota ,