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Mrs. Bennie Olon and son, Bob-  by called on Mrs. Nick Margaris on monday. Mrs. Robert Flaten entertained 14 sts at a birthday party for her Io, Gary, seven years old, on Tues- day afternoon. After a swim in the POol at the park, the group had a picnic supper, complete with birth- day cake. Hay Stack Movers The Craven Hay Stack- mover is guaranteed to move 12 ton stacks with ease or any stack 20 x 28 ft. Equipped with hy- draulic brakes, a life-sav- er in hills. Do not compare the Craven Hay Stack Mover with any other stack mov- you have ever seen or heard of. For further informa- tion, write DICK GOEMAN 1611 Pierce Street Sioux City, Iowa Park River News Miss Marian Listopad returned last Friday after spending a week's vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Less of Salem, Ohio. Mrs. W. C. Skjerven entertained twelve little guests in honor of her son, David's eighth birthday. They played games and had lunch, which featured the traditional birthday cake. Week end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thomposn and daughter, Ruth, were Miss Don- na Reisch of Parshall and Mr. and Mrs. Norval Starkson of Grand Forks A family reunion was held Sun- day at the home of Henry, Clarence and Inga Kjos. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Gust Kjos, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kjos and Merry Beth, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Larson, the Nell Larson family, the Gene Lar- son family, the Paul Meberg family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Filipi, of Warren, Minn., Mrs. Anna Kjos of Minot and ! Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson of Grand Forks. Mrs. I. E. Hansen was at home to a company of women Friday after- noon in compliment to Mrs. Thomas E. Whelan, of St. Thomas. She is the wife of the U. S. ambassador to Nicaragua and is vacationing with her husband at their home in St. Thomas. Among the guests was Miss Gladys Stewart of Fargo, a sister of Mrs Whelan. Other guests were from Grafton, St. Thomas and Park Park River. Refreshments were served and the hostess presented gifts to Mrs. Whlan and Miss Stew- art. ENJOYABLE LABOR DAY WEEK-ENDI ..v  .a RED OWL T KRAFT SALAD DRESSING PO'00 MIRACLE w.,, CHUNKS, CRUSHED OR TIDBITS DOLE 5 HARVEST QUEEN FRUIT 23 B.Z STRAWlbEItR' PRESERVES 5 ,o.o,. qoo RS j Vvco SPAGHETTI ,.o  1 m.  IB . 11S ! VAN CAMP'S PORK & BEANS w.,00sz-z atting, Recent visitors at the Ernest l Dencker home were, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Madland of Minneapolis. John Bena and daughter, Dorothy, and Mrs. Knute Sevens made a trip to Grand Forks Monday. Mrs. Stevens visited with Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bye. Mr. and Mrs. John 1 Ferguson spent last week af Napoleon with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Swanke, and at the Halvor Halvorson home in Devils Lake with Mrs. Ferguson's mother, Mrs. Amanda Gylnquist. Marlene Sturlaugson of Seattle is visiting at the Ernest Dencker home. She will be accompanied on her return home by her brother, David, who has spent the summer at the Dencker farm. Mr. and Mrs. Will Young of Dray- ton, formerly of Park River, were visitors in town Wednesday of last week. They were accompanied by their three daughters, Mrs. George Andreson (Wanda) and two chil- dren of Hermosa, Calif., Mrs. A. Pet- erson (Alice} of Sioux Falls, S. D., and Mrs. Ray Halcrow {Elva) and three children of Drayton. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Fursteneau of this city, and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Everson and family of Grafton were on a ten-day vacation trip to north central Montana and to Yel- lowstone National Park. They re- turned home by way of the Black Hills in South Dakota The Fursten- eaus returned to Park River Mon- day, but the Everson family re- at Sylvan Lake in the Black Hills for an outing. Mrs. CIara Behnkie, of this city was honored Sunday at a family picnic in River park, the occasion being her 80th birthday anniver- sary. Those attending were Mrs Knute Stevens and the families of Milton Stevens, rural Park River; N. D. Wolf, Robert Iverson and Clin- ton Anderson, all of Hampden; Don- ald Russel, Stephen, Minn., Regin- aid Kerr, Fairdale; Leslie and Law- rence Behnkie of Grafton. They were all children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of Mrs. Behnkie. HARVEST QUEEN (DRIP OR REGULAR GRIND) +189 For Salads, Delicious LETTUCE, 2 heads 29c Refreshing for Drinks " LEMONS ___ 6 for 29 r PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA "is|tors saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. S, Bateman were Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lundy of Win. nipeg, and Mrs. Alvin Kidd, of Brandon, Man. Mrs. Clarence Lien Sr., who has spent the past two months at the home of her son-in-law, and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hanson, at Reeder, N. D., has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flaten en- tertained at dinner Thursday, the occasion being Mr. Flaten's birth- day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gil- bert Wang and children, Donnie and Kathy. Later in the evening, Mr. Flaten's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Flaten, called on them. Dinner guests on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nell Rinde were Mrs. A. H. Halvorson of Bis- marck and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Rin- ds of Hoople, and their Sunday din- ner guests were Mr and Mrs. J. J. Jorgenson and: sons, Floyd and Jim- my of Cando. P. O. Lien of San Fernando, Calif. Mrs. Palmer Rustebakke and sons Rickie and Dale, of McCanna came to spend the day at the Robert Flat- en home Mr. Lien is an uncle of Mrs. Flaten and Mrs. Rustebakke is her cousin, Another caller that day was Roy Everson of Dallas, Tex. grandfather of little Gary Flaten. Miss Ruth Thompson of Park Riv- er and her guest, Miss Donna Reisct of Parshall, N. D., left Monday for Bakersfield, Calif, where they have teaching positions. En route they planned to stop for a day or two at Yellowstone National park and in Seattle with Miss Thompson's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson. Guests last Thursday at the David Meberg home were his sister, Mrs. John Hanson of Brooklyn, N.Y., and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duncanson, and son, Bobby, of Grand Forks. On Sunday, Mr. Meberg's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arne Meberg and their children, Douglas and Doris, also of Brooklyn, N. Y., came for a week's visit. On Mon- day Mr. Meberg and the Arne Me- berg family left for Preeceville, Sask., to spend a few days with an- other brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meberg. " Week-endguests of Mr, and Mrs. Owen McGowan were their daug- sons, Michae larick, of Ha- ton. Mr. and Mrs. George McGowan, Forest River, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Middendorf and Mrs. Will McEach- era spent Sunday at Langdon and Walhalla. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mattson of Mahnomen, Minn., were over night guests Monday at the Wendell White home here. They are former Park River residents. From here they went to Edinburg to get their son, Jimmy, who had been staying at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Reberdia Wallum. Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hanson were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Knudtson and Frank Gapol, of Waukon, Iowa. Other guests Sunday at the Hanson home were Mrs. Hart- son's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schumacher and chil- children, Dean and Nancy of Graf- ton. PAGE Ir8o T. :W. Eyolfson spent last week in Fargo at the home of her son-in-law daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elton Veralrud and family. Callers at the Rudolph Hajlcek home Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Dufault of Long Beach, Cal., and Mrs. Alvin Cooper and daugh- ter, Alyne, of Fordville. Mr. and Mrs. Max Utecht of Lady- smith, was., spent last week here a the home of Mrs. Utecht's mother, Mrs. Mary Bruce and sister, Helen Connor. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Rinde went to Hoople Sunday to visit with their sonin-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Hultin and to see their new grandson, Glen Helmer Hultin, born Aug. 18. Mrs. P. J. Kenney returned last week from a two weeks' visit in Detroit Lakes, Minn., with her son, William Kenney and family, at their summer home, and in Fargo with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bach. Mrs. John Bena and daughter, I ...... Dorothy and Mrs. Knute Stevens I  son was born recently o Mr. accompanied by Susan and Bobby and Mrs. Elmer Peterson of Minne-  apohs, according to word received Hankey, who had been visiting here h " ' ......... I ere Mrs Peterson is the former zor wo weeks, wen o reo aKe " " _ T;. 1- -rsd,, -. I Carol Rarasey of this place Her ' - ' ......  - . I mother Mrs Hugh Wright of Grand : spent the any wln xvr. a,u xvrs, . - , R Hanke lrors, is visiting at the Peterson Y" home. The baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson of this city, was baptized Sunday by Rev. Leonard Smestad in Our Saviour's Lutheran church here. He was named Tim- othy Jay. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olson of Maddock, N. D., brother-in-law and sister of Mr. Johnson. Also present were his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson of Esmond. Mr. and Mrs. Owen McGowan ar- rived home last week after being absent from the city all summer. They spent five weeks at Tacoma, .Wash, where Mrs. McGowan at- tended classes at The Pacific Luth- eran college. The last five weeks the couple was at Laramie, Wyo., where both were enrolled a the University of Wyoming. Mrs. Mc- Gowan will be principal of the Park River Elementary School which opens next Tuesday. Her husband is also a member of the faculty at the chool. Home Grown Jumbo .,'":::::::/;'/" CAULIFLOWER . 25c f''::';':":"':":"" ....... I -ITrn.e 00ink Washed, Graded 00m00mmmm PEAS for winter now I. ,,*'.11 L- .-, -- . .e filled. A full tank helps pre- Warm weather may o e will us, OUt Ix vent rust, conserves storage m---- - you heat your home with fuel oil, it's high ..k hfe. FAMILY SHOPPING IS ti.e you thou ht about winter With more 2: Haveyour heating s_ystem ..... " g -- ,', I . _ " . . inspectea--yourmrnaceboiler p=uple lleating with 11101 oil than ever before, and smoke pipe cleaned-to FUN AT RED OWL[ this COlllil l;nt- ;1! ,,, s] n;1 ,,o,. nt . , make sure you will get the ' ............................ most efficient use of your fuel high. We're busy preparin right now to meet oil in the cold months ahead. 3. Check storm windows and insulation to be sure 7on keep heat in this winter--eold trek Quality Meats for Less Smoked LIVER SAUSAGE, BRAUNSCHWEIGER ..... Ib 39 ,IT. S. Govm't Graded ROUND STEAK ........................... Ib 69c Cello Package SKINLESS FRANKS ............. lb. 43c Serve it Hot or Cold RING BOLOGNA, Fine Ground .............. Ib 35 Pan Ready FRYING CHICKENS ...................... Ib 39c your needs. Call us today--let us help you prepare your home now for perfect heating comfort winter. We know you'll he pleased-we'reprone] to be part of the progressive oil industry that brings better living to this community, Farmers Union Oil Co. Park River Dial 22901 Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hardy were hosts to twenty guests at a dinner Friday evening in the dining roars of St. Mary's Catholic church. The event preceded the rehearsal for the wedding of their daughter, Kay to Jack Brown of Osakis, MAnn,, which took place Saturday morning. Mrs. J. C. Kenney and Mrs. Arthur Meagher were hostesses for the din, her and assisting with the serving were Mrs. John Trygg and Miss Jacqueline Rengle. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Librande and children, David and Alan, of Minor spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Librande's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Spoonland. Their daughter, Sheryl, who had spent six weeks here, returned to their home with them. Other guests at the Spoonland home Sunday for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lommen and daughter, Louisebeth of Buxton and the Ambrose Spoon- land family of this city. THANK YOU, FRIENDS I wish to take this means of say- ing thank you to each and every one for the kindness and sympathy : shown me during.the illness and death of my husband, Tom McNal- ly. --Mabel McNally* TONITE FRI. SAT. SUN. MON. TUES SEPT. 2---3--4  CONTINDoUS SHOWING SUNDAY FROM 2:45 EVERY WEDNESDAY IS TAKE A CHANCE ADMISSION Adults and Studn Oe Children 15 COMING SOON SUN. MON. TUES. SEPT. 9--10--11 _ I II Mrs. Bennie Olon and son, Bob-  by called on Mrs. Nick Margaris on monday. Mrs. Robert Flaten entertained 14 sts at a birthday party for her Io, Gary, seven years old, on Tues- day afternoon. After a swim in the POol at the park, the group had a picnic supper, complete with birth- day cake. Hay Stack Movers The Craven Hay Stack- mover is guaranteed to move 12 ton stacks with ease or any stack 20 x 28 ft. Equipped with hy- draulic brakes, a life-sav- er in hills. Do not compare the Craven Hay Stack Mover with any other stack mov- you have ever seen or heard of. For further informa- tion, write DICK GOEMAN 1611 Pierce Street Sioux City, Iowa Park River News Miss Marian Listopad returned last Friday after spending a week's vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Less of Salem, Ohio. Mrs. W. C. Skjerven entertained twelve little guests in honor of her son, David's eighth birthday. They played games and had lunch, which featured the traditional birthday cake. Week end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thomposn and daughter, Ruth, were Miss Don- na Reisch of Parshall and Mr. and Mrs. Norval Starkson of Grand Forks A family reunion was held Sun- day at the home of Henry, Clarence and Inga Kjos. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Gust Kjos, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kjos and Merry Beth, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Larson, the Nell Larson family, the Gene Lar- son family, the Paul Meberg family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Filipi, of Warren, Minn., Mrs. Anna Kjos of Minot and ! Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson of Grand Forks. Mrs. I. E. Hansen was at home to a company of women Friday after- noon in compliment to Mrs. Thomas E. Whelan, of St. Thomas. She is the wife of the U. S. ambassador to Nicaragua and is vacationing with her husband at their home in St. Thomas. Among the guests was Miss Gladys Stewart of Fargo, a sister of Mrs Whelan. Other guests were from Grafton, St. Thomas and Park Park River. Refreshments were served and the hostess presented gifts to Mrs. Whlan and Miss Stew- art. ENJOYABLE LABOR DAY WEEK-ENDI ..v  .a RED OWL T KRAFT SALAD DRESSING PO'00 MIRACLE w.,, CHUNKS, CRUSHED OR TIDBITS DOLE 5 HARVEST QUEEN FRUIT 23 B.Z STRAWlbEItR' PRESERVES 5 ,o.o,. qoo RS j Vvco SPAGHETTI ,.o  1 m.  IB . 11S ! VAN CAMP'S PORK & BEANS w.,00sz-z atting, Recent visitors at the Ernest l Dencker home were, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Madland of Minneapolis. John Bena and daughter, Dorothy, and Mrs. Knute Sevens made a trip to Grand Forks Monday. Mrs. Stevens visited with Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bye. Mr. and Mrs. John 1 Ferguson spent last week af Napoleon with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Swanke, and at the Halvor Halvorson home in Devils Lake with Mrs. Ferguson's mother, Mrs. Amanda Gylnquist. Marlene Sturlaugson of Seattle is visiting at the Ernest Dencker home. She will be accompanied on her return home by her brother, David, who has spent the summer at the Dencker farm. Mr. and Mrs. Will Young of Dray- ton, formerly of Park River, were visitors in town Wednesday of last week. They were accompanied by their three daughters, Mrs. George Andreson (Wanda) and two chil- dren of Hermosa, Calif., Mrs. A. Pet- erson (Alice} of Sioux Falls, S. D., and Mrs. Ray Halcrow {Elva) and three children of Drayton. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Fursteneau of this city, and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Everson and family of Grafton were on a ten-day vacation trip to north central Montana and to Yel- lowstone National Park. They re- turned home by way of the Black Hills in South Dakota The Fursten- eaus returned to Park River Mon- day, but the Everson family re- at Sylvan Lake in the Black Hills for an outing. Mrs. CIara Behnkie, of this city was honored Sunday at a family picnic in River park, the occasion being her 80th birthday anniver- sary. Those attending were Mrs Knute Stevens and the families of Milton Stevens, rural Park River; N. D. Wolf, Robert Iverson and Clin- ton Anderson, all of Hampden; Don- ald Russel, Stephen, Minn., Regin- aid Kerr, Fairdale; Leslie and Law- rence Behnkie of Grafton. They were all children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of Mrs. Behnkie. HARVEST QUEEN (DRIP OR REGULAR GRIND) +189 For Salads, Delicious LETTUCE, 2 heads 29c Refreshing for Drinks " LEMONS ___ 6 for 29 r PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA "is|tors saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. S, Bateman were Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lundy of Win. nipeg, and Mrs. Alvin Kidd, of Brandon, Man. Mrs. Clarence Lien Sr., who has spent the past two months at the home of her son-in-law, and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hanson, at Reeder, N. D., has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flaten en- tertained at dinner Thursday, the occasion being Mr. Flaten's birth- day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gil- bert Wang and children, Donnie and Kathy. Later in the evening, Mr. Flaten's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Flaten, called on them. Dinner guests on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nell Rinde were Mrs. A. H. Halvorson of Bis- marck and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Rin- ds of Hoople, and their Sunday din- ner guests were Mr and Mrs. J. J. Jorgenson and: sons, Floyd and Jim- my of Cando. P. O. Lien of San Fernando, Calif. Mrs. Palmer Rustebakke and sons Rickie and Dale, of McCanna came to spend the day at the Robert Flat- en home Mr. Lien is an uncle of Mrs. Flaten and Mrs. Rustebakke is her cousin, Another caller that day was Roy Everson of Dallas, Tex. grandfather of little Gary Flaten. Miss Ruth Thompson of Park Riv- er and her guest, Miss Donna Reisct of Parshall, N. D., left Monday for Bakersfield, Calif, where they have teaching positions. En route they planned to stop for a day or two at Yellowstone National park and in Seattle with Miss Thompson's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson. Guests last Thursday at the David Meberg home were his sister, Mrs. John Hanson of Brooklyn, N.Y., and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duncanson, and son, Bobby, of Grand Forks. On Sunday, Mr. Meberg's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arne Meberg and their children, Douglas and Doris, also of Brooklyn, N. Y., came for a week's visit. On Mon- day Mr. Meberg and the Arne Me- berg family left for Preeceville, Sask., to spend a few days with an- other brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meberg. " Week-endguests of Mr, and Mrs. Owen McGowan were their daug- sons, Michae larick, of Ha- ton. Mr. and Mrs. George McGowan, Forest River, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Middendorf and Mrs. Will McEach- era spent Sunday at Langdon and Walhalla. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mattson of Mahnomen, Minn., were over night guests Monday at the Wendell White home here. They are former Park River residents. From here they went to Edinburg to get their son, Jimmy, who had been staying at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Reberdia Wallum. Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hanson were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Knudtson and Frank Gapol, of Waukon, Iowa. Other guests Sunday at the Hanson home were Mrs. Hart- son's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schumacher and chil- children, Dean and Nancy of Graf- ton. PAGE Ir8o T. :W. Eyolfson spent last week in Fargo at the home of her son-in-law daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elton Veralrud and family. Callers at the Rudolph Hajlcek home Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Dufault of Long Beach, Cal., and Mrs. Alvin Cooper and daugh- ter, Alyne, of Fordville. Mr. and Mrs. Max Utecht of Lady- smith, was., spent last week here a the home of Mrs. Utecht's mother, Mrs. Mary Bruce and sister, Helen Connor. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Rinde went to Hoople Sunday to visit with their sonin-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Hultin and to see their new grandson, Glen Helmer Hultin, born Aug. 18. Mrs. P. J. Kenney returned last week from a two weeks' visit in Detroit Lakes, Minn., with her son, William Kenney and family, at their summer home, and in Fargo with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bach. Mrs. John Bena and daughter, I ...... Dorothy and Mrs. Knute Stevens I  son was born recently o Mr. accompanied by Susan and Bobby and Mrs. Elmer Peterson of Minne-  apohs, according to word received Hankey, who had been visiting here h " ' ......... I ere Mrs Peterson is the former zor wo weeks, wen o reo aKe " " _ T;. 1- -rsd,, -. I Carol Rarasey of this place Her ' - ' ......  - . I mother Mrs Hugh Wright of Grand : spent the any wln xvr. a,u xvrs, . - , R Hanke lrors, is visiting at the Peterson Y" home. The baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson of this city, was baptized Sunday by Rev. Leonard Smestad in Our Saviour's Lutheran church here. He was named Tim- othy Jay. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olson of Maddock, N. D., brother-in-law and sister of Mr. Johnson. Also present were his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson of Esmond. Mr. and Mrs. Owen McGowan ar- rived home last week after being absent from the city all summer. They spent five weeks at Tacoma, .Wash, where Mrs. McGowan at- tended classes at The Pacific Luth- eran college. The last five weeks the couple was at Laramie, Wyo., where both were enrolled a the University of Wyoming. Mrs. Mc- Gowan will be principal of the Park River Elementary School which opens next Tuesday. Her husband is also a member of the faculty at the chool. Home Grown Jumbo .,'":::::::/;'/" CAULIFLOWER . 25c f''::';':":"':":"" ....... I -ITrn.e 00ink Washed, Graded 00m00mmmm PEAS for winter now I. ,,*'.11 L- .-, -- . .e filled. A full tank helps pre- Warm weather may o e will us, OUt Ix vent rust, conserves storage m---- - you heat your home with fuel oil, it's high ..k hfe. FAMILY SHOPPING IS ti.e you thou ht about winter With more 2: Haveyour heating s_ystem ..... " g -- ,', I . _ " . . inspectea--yourmrnaceboiler p=uple lleating with 11101 oil than ever before, and smoke pipe cleaned-to FUN AT RED OWL[ this COlllil l;nt- ;1! ,,, s] n;1 ,,o,. nt . , make sure you will get the ' ............................ most efficient use of your fuel high. We're busy preparin right now to meet oil in the cold months ahead. 3. Check storm windows and insulation to be sure 7on keep heat in this winter--eold trek Quality Meats for Less Smoked LIVER SAUSAGE, BRAUNSCHWEIGER ..... Ib 39 ,IT. S. Govm't Graded ROUND STEAK ........................... Ib 69c Cello Package SKINLESS FRANKS ............. lb. 43c Serve it Hot or Cold RING BOLOGNA, Fine Ground .............. Ib 35 Pan Ready FRYING CHICKENS ...................... Ib 39c your needs. Call us today--let us help you prepare your home now for perfect heating comfort winter. We know you'll he pleased-we'reprone] to be part of the progressive oil industry that brings better living to this community, Farmers Union Oil Co. Park River Dial 22901 Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hardy were hosts to twenty guests at a dinner Friday evening in the dining roars of St. Mary's Catholic church. The event preceded the rehearsal for the wedding of their daughter, Kay to Jack Brown of Osakis, MAnn,, which took place Saturday morning. Mrs. J. C. Kenney and Mrs. Arthur Meagher were hostesses for the din, her and assisting with the serving were Mrs. John Trygg and Miss Jacqueline Rengle. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Librande and children, David and Alan, of Minor spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Librande's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Spoonland. Their daughter, Sheryl, who had spent six weeks here, returned to their home with them. Other guests at the Spoonland home Sunday for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lommen and daughter, Louisebeth of Buxton and the Ambrose Spoon- land family of this city. THANK YOU, FRIENDS I wish to take this means of say- ing thank you to each and every one for the kindness and sympathy : shown me during.the illness and death of my husband, Tom McNal- ly. --Mabel McNally* TONITE FRI. SAT. SUN. MON. TUES SEPT. 2---3--4  CONTINDoUS SHOWING SUNDAY FROM 2:45 EVERY WEDNESDAY IS TAKE A CHANCE ADMISSION Adults and Studn Oe Children 15 COMING SOON SUN. MON. TUES. SEPT. 9--10--11 _ I II