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PAGE SIX AT THr00 CHURCHES ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Masses during the summer at 8 a. m. and I@.30 a. m. each Sunday. Confessions each Saturday at 7:30 p. m. at the church. Mass 6:30 a. m. Daily and Sun- day, St. Ansgar's chapel. FEDERATED CHURCH Seve Sunday. 11 a.m. Rev. Everett C. Owens, Pastor ST. PETER EPISCOPA - Morning worship at 9:45. Rev. S. A. Glasgow. rector PARK RIVER LUTHERAN Parish Our Saviour's: Thursday (today The Senior Luther League officers will meet in the Fellowship room at '/p.m. Sunday: Worship at 9:30. Sermon theme: "A Time to Turn Back." This will be a holy communion service. Tuesday: LCR picnic in little park 'at 2:30. If school is in session, the picnic will be at 4 o'clock. Pleasant Valley: Sunday: Sunday school is at 945 a. m. and worship at 11:15 a, m. Luther League, 8 p.m. Rev. Leonard E. Smestad, pastor BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Roy Marzolf. pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Classes for all ages. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Evening service at 8 o'clock Bible study and prayer meeting at 8 p. m. Wednesdays. All welcome to our services. t A special musical service is plan- ned for Sun. evening, Sept. 2. Mr. and Mrs, Barry Herman, from Win- nipeg will be in charge of the ser- Mrs. Herman is a soprano soloist and Mr. Herman plays the trumpet. Everyone welcome. EDINBURG PARISH LFC Garfield Luther League, Sept. 2, 8 p. m. Ladies aid Sept. ,6, at 2:30. St. Peter: Ladies aid Aug. 30 at 2:30. Sept. 2: Worship, Sept. 2. at 9:30. Rev. S. L. Sateren will officiate. This Sunday is set aside for Chris- tian schools. Aadalen: Worship service. Sept. 2, at 11:15. Rev. L. B. Satern will of- ficiate. This Sunday is set aside for Christian schools. Hitterdal: Ladies aid Friday, Sept. 7, at 2:30. L. B. underbakke, Pastor ZION-SOEFrH TRINITY PARISH Zion: Sun. Sept, 2. Worship at 11 a.m., Luther League in charge, LCR at 7:30 p.m. South Trinity: Sun. Sept. 2: Wor- ship at 9 a. m. Rev. Oliver Johnson. pastor HOOPLE CHURCH NEWS Rev. James R. Sonnenberg First Lutheran: Stp. 2, Worship at 9:30. Sept. 5. Ladies aid, 3 p.m. Sept. 9: Sunday school will begin at 10:0 a.m. The children are urged to attend church services with their parents. Parents: bring your chil. dren to church and Sunday school. don't send them. Park Center: Sept 9, Sunday school will tart again at 9:45 a.m. Worship at 9:45, Sept 9. Sept. 13: Ladies aid, 2:30 p.m. Hvideso Sunday scohol. Sept. 2, Sat 945. Worship service, 11 a.m. EDINBURG LUTHERAN PARISH Trinity: Sunday, Sept. 2. Wor- ship service at 9:30 a. m. Zion: Sunday, Sept. 2. Worship service. 11:10 a. m. Pastor Kvaale will speak at both services. Farmers Urged To Select Samples For Grain Show North Dakota farmers planning to enter grain, corn and seed samples in the International Hay and Grain Show in Chicago, Nov. 23-Dec. 1, should begin selecting their exhibits soon, according to the Great North Dakota Association. Larry Brown of Grand Forks, chairman of the GNDA Agricultural Committee, said that North Dakota farmers can prepare better show ex- hibits if they take samples directly from the combine, rather than wait until after the grain has been put in storage. "North Dakota has always fared well at the show." Brown said, "but we've consistently fallen down in the wheat and barley classes. If we gather our samples early and hand- pick them soon after the harvest season, we'll be in a much better position to surpass our achieve- ments of the past." The year 1956 marks the 30th year that GNDA has handled the North Dakota exhibit at Chicago where the best grains and seeds in North America and from a number of for- eign countries are shown. Each year. the association offers bonus premiums to North Dakota exhibitors whose samples place at the show. Brown asked all lTorth Dakota farmers interested in exhibiting at the show to write the Greater North Dakota Association offices in Fargo. 1| ', POWgRS COFFEE SHOP IS LONG OH SERVICE AND ATMOSPHERE ") COFFEE SHOP POWERS HOTEL, FARGO as advertised in LIFE life ] do-it-yourself... w,._., [00arpot-Stluurcs" ......... |8" squares. $1.69 ,och You'll love the color KARPET.SQUARES bring info  life. In 12 gorgeous ehades.., you con mix.ond-rrmtch, ian Your own design and install yourself. KARPET.$QUARES are elf,hioned , and self.sticking 18" alla, Rlu. Simply Peel it... Plae, it.., pat it, Overbye Furniture Park River, N. Dak. Self-Cushioned Carpet Units   WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA OBITUARIES A. J. MILLER and five step sisters. A. J. Miller, 93, pioneer resident The Adams Funeral Home, Graf- of Minto, died unexpectedly of a ton, was in charge of the funeral. heart attack Aug. 24, at his home in Minto. CHARLES Do HANSON Born May 27, 1863, at Admonston, Funeral services were held at Ont., Mr. Miller came to the Minto Grafton Monday for Charles D. community over 75 years ago. He Hanson, 45, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. farmed in the area for many years M. Hanson, who died Aug. 23, in and also operated an elevator in Grafton. Minto before 1918. A requiem mass was held at St. His wife, the former Mary McCan- John's Catholic church in that city. ell, died in 1950. A daughter, Kate Serving as the pallbearers were lives in Minto. A son, Dan, died in Wilfred Collette, Herman O'Con- 1918. Also surviving are a brother, nell. Stanley Wysocki, Percy Don- Guy Miller of Minto: a grandson, nelly. Francis Phelan and John J. Major James E. Miller. Fairborn. O'Brien. Ohio; and two great grandchildren. Born at Grafton April 30, 1911. Mr. Funeral services were held Sun- Hanson spent all his life at Graf- day at the Knox Presbyterian ton until he entered military service church in Minto with Rev. Given T. in 1942. He spent 39 months in the Kutz of Grafton officiating. 61st medical corps mostly in the Pallbearers were George Christie. Philippines and Japan. John McCann. Phil Kilichowski, A1- He was a graduate of the Grafton len Sitzer, Lorne Hewitt an Chas. high school and attended St. Thom- Coffey. The Adams Funeral Home as college in St. Paul. He was a of Grafton was in charge of at- member of th  Fargo Council, of the rangements. Burial was in the Minto Knights of Columbus and the Holy cemetery. Name Society of the church of the Holy Spirit in Fargo. t CARL STRATTON Following his return from the ser- Carl Stratton. 45, Forest River. vice. he was associated with his died Aug. 24 in a hospital at Graf- father in the insurance business and ton following a lingering illness, farming. In 1948 he went to Fargo The funeral was held Monday at to worl as an underwriter for the the Forest River Methodist church Nodak Mutual Insurance Co. with Rev. Given T. Kutz of Graf- He was married Aug. 18, 1942, to ton officiating. Jeanette Primeau of St, John. N. D. Pallbearers were Raymond Survivors besides his widow, are Woods, Jack Miller, Si Miller. Gee. his parents and a sister, Mrs. K. W. Gowan, Frank Roe and Tony Lang- Deason of Minor. aas. Born Sept. 17, 1911, in Saline, Me.. CHRIS ELLINGSON Mr. Stratton came with his parents Chris Ellingson, 86. of Edinburg, to the Hamilton community in 1922. who died Aug. 24 in the Grafton He lived there until 1935 when he Deaconess hospital was laid to rest moved to Forest River. yesterday (Aug. 29) in Odalen ceme- He was married Jan. 5, 1934 to tery. Funeral rites were held at the Cora Betchel of St. Vincent. Minn., Trinity Lutheran church. Edinburg, who survives. Other survivors are with Rev. S. O. Kvaale officiating. four daughters, Louella, of Long I The Jensen Funeral Home of Edin- Beach, Calif., Leola, Carol and Marl- [ burg was in charge of arrangements. lyn, all of Forest River. t Mr. Ellingson was born at Deer- Other survivors include a broth-] field. Minn.. Jan. 2"/, 1870, and had er, four sisters, two step-brothers[ lived at Edtnburg and Williston THURSDAY, AUGUST 30)1956 most of his lie. Surviving relatives are Mrs. E1- lingson, his wife, who was the for- mer Augusta Olson; a daughter, Mrs. Alpha Nelson and a son, Os- car Ellingson, both of Edinburg. A sister, Minnie, lives at Palm Beach, Fla., and there are a granddaughter and a great granddaughter. MRS. R. E. WATSON Mrs. R. E. Watson, 72, formerly of Fordville, died at Long Beach, Cal.. August 21. She was the former Maud Rea and was born in Eden township Dec. 20, 1884. Survivors are her husband, two sons. Dr. Leslie Watson and John Watson, both of Long Beach. and a sister, Mrs. Ethel DeLaney, Salinas. Calif. Funeral sermces were held at Inkster with Rev. Everett C. H. Owens of Park River officiating. HOOPLE SCHOOLS TO OPEN Hoople public school will open Sept. 10. Regular classwork will not get under way, however, until the following day. Supt. Richard Ratzlaff stated that the faculty had not been entirely completed, but teachers for all classes will be on hand for the be- ginning of the year. Attend Mayville STC Summer Term According to information receiv" ed by County Superintendent A. G, Strand from the State Teachers C01:, lege at Mayville, Walsh county haa the following students in attendance at the summer session: Rot Bayne. Forest River; Ruth SLY, Lawton; Joyce Burris Inkster; Kath- leen Cayley, Grafton" Allen D a]l' Park River: Rosalie Dvorak, pisek; Joyce Eide. Fairdale: Arlys Ev, Grafton- Wallace Feltman Gr aftv; Mary Ann Greicar Pisek; Harold Gull'ingsrud, Edinburg; Edith 1" gen, Adams; Mavis Haug, Fairdale; Alida Hedlund. Fairdale: Allie I" land. Edinburg; Phyllis Holm, 1-100" ple; Vivian Infeld, Fordville; J Ellen Jorandby. Grafton: Patric Kerian. Minto: Antoinette Kuchar, Pisek: Louis Left. Grafton; 01ga Levang, Adams: James Levin, Farl $. River; Ethel Machart. Joyce . chart. Louis Machart. Norman chart. Lankin: Eleanor Mauste, Grafton: Maxine Novak, Pisek; Btv na Ordahl. Grafton: Frances Fa Drayton; Darline Riske. Oslo, I)0" is Schiller. Minto: Betty Shere' Lankin: Carol Sholey. Fairdale; Chester Silewski, Grafton: Evoe Skyrud, Edinburg; Pearl Stensla Adams. $ . Save On These Falls Specials $ ASPHALT SHINGLES, Hvy Lok Type Per Sq. $7.9 , BOARDS & SHIPLAP ................ 2 ...... Per I00 IL $7.9 ROUND MACHINE SHED RAFTERS, $0-fL Sawed, .... ea. $$.95 9 uu CLEAR OAK SWEEP RAKE TEETH 8f Each $1.3 # AUGER ELEVATOR, 25 ft. Shat Driven .......... each $179.00 : AUGER ELEVATOR, 34 fL wlih chain hoist ...... each $204.00 "I* STEEL FENCE POSTS 'as low as 69c # ......................... . ' CLEARANCE ON STEEL GRAIN BINS IN STOCK LAMB BROTHERS, Michigan, N. D. --___  - -_  : -_-_-" (*U  -* _ :-  ----_- _ " Sweetheart Sandwiches ?. : During these hot sweltering sum. mer days, serve cool, inviting : : Sandwiches made with Enriched .  : Sweetheart Bread! Sweetheart Bread provides needed vitamins . and minerals essential to good "- health - and Sweetheart Sand- "- wiches ere good! The man in your " life will say "Sweetheart, I Love You" when you serve sandwiches made witff Sweetheart Bread. Sally Hall Says: There ore many inviting ways to Nxltk his appetite when you serve Breod. Write me, .Sally Ho eox  ge, ei., PAGE SIX AT THr00 CHURCHES ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Masses during the summer at 8 a. m. and I@.30 a. m. each Sunday. Confessions each Saturday at 7:30 p. m. at the church. Mass 6:30 a. m. Daily and Sun- day, St. Ansgar's chapel. FEDERATED CHURCH Seve Sunday. 11 a.m. Rev. Everett C. Owens, Pastor ST. PETER EPISCOPA - Morning worship at 9:45. Rev. S. A. Glasgow. rector PARK RIVER LUTHERAN Parish Our Saviour's: Thursday (today The Senior Luther League officers will meet in the Fellowship room at '/p.m. Sunday: Worship at 9:30. Sermon theme: "A Time to Turn Back." This will be a holy communion service. Tuesday: LCR picnic in little park 'at 2:30. If school is in session, the picnic will be at 4 o'clock. Pleasant Valley: Sunday: Sunday school is at 945 a. m. and worship at 11:15 a, m. Luther League, 8 p.m. Rev. Leonard E. Smestad, pastor BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Roy Marzolf. pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Classes for all ages. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Evening service at 8 o'clock Bible study and prayer meeting at 8 p. m. Wednesdays. All welcome to our services. t A special musical service is plan- ned for Sun. evening, Sept. 2. Mr. and Mrs, Barry Herman, from Win- nipeg will be in charge of the ser- Mrs. Herman is a soprano soloist and Mr. Herman plays the trumpet. Everyone welcome. EDINBURG PARISH LFC Garfield Luther League, Sept. 2, 8 p. m. Ladies aid Sept. ,6, at 2:30. St. Peter: Ladies aid Aug. 30 at 2:30. Sept. 2: Worship, Sept. 2. at 9:30. Rev. S. L. Sateren will officiate. This Sunday is set aside for Chris- tian schools. Aadalen: Worship service. Sept. 2, at 11:15. Rev. L. B. Satern will of- ficiate. This Sunday is set aside for Christian schools. Hitterdal: Ladies aid Friday, Sept. 7, at 2:30. L. B. underbakke, Pastor ZION-SOEFrH TRINITY PARISH Zion: Sun. Sept, 2. Worship at 11 a.m., Luther League in charge, LCR at 7:30 p.m. South Trinity: Sun. Sept. 2: Wor- ship at 9 a. m. Rev. Oliver Johnson. pastor HOOPLE CHURCH NEWS Rev. James R. Sonnenberg First Lutheran: Stp. 2, Worship at 9:30. Sept. 5. Ladies aid, 3 p.m. Sept. 9: Sunday school will begin at 10:0 a.m. The children are urged to attend church services with their parents. Parents: bring your chil. dren to church and Sunday school. don't send them. Park Center: Sept 9, Sunday school will tart again at 9:45 a.m. Worship at 9:45, Sept 9. Sept. 13: Ladies aid, 2:30 p.m. Hvideso Sunday scohol. Sept. 2, Sat 945. Worship service, 11 a.m. EDINBURG LUTHERAN PARISH Trinity: Sunday, Sept. 2. Wor- ship service at 9:30 a. m. Zion: Sunday, Sept. 2. Worship service. 11:10 a. m. Pastor Kvaale will speak at both services. Farmers Urged To Select Samples For Grain Show North Dakota farmers planning to enter grain, corn and seed samples in the International Hay and Grain Show in Chicago, Nov. 23-Dec. 1, should begin selecting their exhibits soon, according to the Great North Dakota Association. Larry Brown of Grand Forks, chairman of the GNDA Agricultural Committee, said that North Dakota farmers can prepare better show ex- hibits if they take samples directly from the combine, rather than wait until after the grain has been put in storage. "North Dakota has always fared well at the show." Brown said, "but we've consistently fallen down in the wheat and barley classes. If we gather our samples early and hand- pick them soon after the harvest season, we'll be in a much better position to surpass our achieve- ments of the past." The year 1956 marks the 30th year that GNDA has handled the North Dakota exhibit at Chicago where the best grains and seeds in North America and from a number of for- eign countries are shown. Each year. the association offers bonus premiums to North Dakota exhibitors whose samples place at the show. Brown asked all lTorth Dakota farmers interested in exhibiting at the show to write the Greater North Dakota Association offices in Fargo. 1| ', POWgRS COFFEE SHOP IS LONG OH SERVICE AND ATMOSPHERE ") COFFEE SHOP POWERS HOTEL, FARGO as advertised in LIFE life ] do-it-yourself... w,._., [00arpot-Stluurcs" ......... |8" squares. $1.69 ,och You'll love the color KARPET.SQUARES bring info  life. In 12 gorgeous ehades.., you con mix.ond-rrmtch, ian Your own design and install yourself. KARPET.$QUARES are elf,hioned , and self.sticking 18" alla, Rlu. Simply Peel it... Plae, it.., pat it, Overbye Furniture Park River, N. Dak. Self-Cushioned Carpet Units   WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA OBITUARIES A. J. MILLER and five step sisters. A. J. Miller, 93, pioneer resident The Adams Funeral Home, Graf- of Minto, died unexpectedly of a ton, was in charge of the funeral. heart attack Aug. 24, at his home in Minto. CHARLES Do HANSON Born May 27, 1863, at Admonston, Funeral services were held at Ont., Mr. Miller came to the Minto Grafton Monday for Charles D. community over 75 years ago. He Hanson, 45, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. farmed in the area for many years M. Hanson, who died Aug. 23, in and also operated an elevator in Grafton. Minto before 1918. A requiem mass was held at St. His wife, the former Mary McCan- John's Catholic church in that city. ell, died in 1950. A daughter, Kate Serving as the pallbearers were lives in Minto. A son, Dan, died in Wilfred Collette, Herman O'Con- 1918. Also surviving are a brother, nell. Stanley Wysocki, Percy Don- Guy Miller of Minto: a grandson, nelly. Francis Phelan and John J. Major James E. Miller. Fairborn. O'Brien. Ohio; and two great grandchildren. Born at Grafton April 30, 1911. Mr. Funeral services were held Sun- Hanson spent all his life at Graf- day at the Knox Presbyterian ton until he entered military service church in Minto with Rev. Given T. in 1942. He spent 39 months in the Kutz of Grafton officiating. 61st medical corps mostly in the Pallbearers were George Christie. Philippines and Japan. John McCann. Phil Kilichowski, A1- He was a graduate of the Grafton len Sitzer, Lorne Hewitt an Chas. high school and attended St. Thom- Coffey. The Adams Funeral Home as college in St. Paul. He was a of Grafton was in charge of at- member of th  Fargo Council, of the rangements. Burial was in the Minto Knights of Columbus and the Holy cemetery. Name Society of the church of the Holy Spirit in Fargo. t CARL STRATTON Following his return from the ser- Carl Stratton. 45, Forest River. vice. he was associated with his died Aug. 24 in a hospital at Graf- father in the insurance business and ton following a lingering illness, farming. In 1948 he went to Fargo The funeral was held Monday at to worl as an underwriter for the the Forest River Methodist church Nodak Mutual Insurance Co. with Rev. Given T. Kutz of Graf- He was married Aug. 18, 1942, to ton officiating. Jeanette Primeau of St, John. N. D. Pallbearers were Raymond Survivors besides his widow, are Woods, Jack Miller, Si Miller. Gee. his parents and a sister, Mrs. K. W. Gowan, Frank Roe and Tony Lang- Deason of Minor. aas. Born Sept. 17, 1911, in Saline, Me.. CHRIS ELLINGSON Mr. Stratton came with his parents Chris Ellingson, 86. of Edinburg, to the Hamilton community in 1922. who died Aug. 24 in the Grafton He lived there until 1935 when he Deaconess hospital was laid to rest moved to Forest River. yesterday (Aug. 29) in Odalen ceme- He was married Jan. 5, 1934 to tery. Funeral rites were held at the Cora Betchel of St. Vincent. Minn., Trinity Lutheran church. Edinburg, who survives. Other survivors are with Rev. S. O. Kvaale officiating. four daughters, Louella, of Long I The Jensen Funeral Home of Edin- Beach, Calif., Leola, Carol and Marl- [ burg was in charge of arrangements. lyn, all of Forest River. t Mr. Ellingson was born at Deer- Other survivors include a broth-] field. Minn.. Jan. 2"/, 1870, and had er, four sisters, two step-brothers[ lived at Edtnburg and Williston THURSDAY, AUGUST 30)1956 most of his lie. Surviving relatives are Mrs. E1- lingson, his wife, who was the for- mer Augusta Olson; a daughter, Mrs. Alpha Nelson and a son, Os- car Ellingson, both of Edinburg. A sister, Minnie, lives at Palm Beach, Fla., and there are a granddaughter and a great granddaughter. MRS. R. E. WATSON Mrs. R. E. Watson, 72, formerly of Fordville, died at Long Beach, Cal.. August 21. She was the former Maud Rea and was born in Eden township Dec. 20, 1884. Survivors are her husband, two sons. Dr. Leslie Watson and John Watson, both of Long Beach. and a sister, Mrs. Ethel DeLaney, Salinas. Calif. Funeral sermces were held at Inkster with Rev. Everett C. H. Owens of Park River officiating. HOOPLE SCHOOLS TO OPEN Hoople public school will open Sept. 10. Regular classwork will not get under way, however, until the following day. Supt. Richard Ratzlaff stated that the faculty had not been entirely completed, but teachers for all classes will be on hand for the be- ginning of the year. Attend Mayville STC Summer Term According to information receiv" ed by County Superintendent A. G, Strand from the State Teachers C01:, lege at Mayville, Walsh county haa the following students in attendance at the summer session: Rot Bayne. Forest River; Ruth SLY, Lawton; Joyce Burris Inkster; Kath- leen Cayley, Grafton" Allen D a]l' Park River: Rosalie Dvorak, pisek; Joyce Eide. Fairdale: Arlys Ev, Grafton- Wallace Feltman Gr aftv; Mary Ann Greicar Pisek; Harold Gull'ingsrud, Edinburg; Edith 1" gen, Adams; Mavis Haug, Fairdale; Alida Hedlund. Fairdale: Allie I" land. Edinburg; Phyllis Holm, 1-100" ple; Vivian Infeld, Fordville; J Ellen Jorandby. Grafton: Patric Kerian. Minto: Antoinette Kuchar, Pisek: Louis Left. Grafton; 01ga Levang, Adams: James Levin, Farl $. River; Ethel Machart. Joyce . chart. Louis Machart. Norman chart. Lankin: Eleanor Mauste, Grafton: Maxine Novak, Pisek; Btv na Ordahl. Grafton: Frances Fa Drayton; Darline Riske. Oslo, I)0" is Schiller. Minto: Betty Shere' Lankin: Carol Sholey. Fairdale; Chester Silewski, Grafton: Evoe Skyrud, Edinburg; Pearl Stensla Adams. $ . Save On These Falls Specials $ ASPHALT SHINGLES, Hvy Lok Type Per Sq. $7.9 , BOARDS & SHIPLAP ................ 2 ...... Per I00 IL $7.9 ROUND MACHINE SHED RAFTERS, $0-fL Sawed, .... ea. $$.95 9 uu CLEAR OAK SWEEP RAKE TEETH 8f Each $1.3 # AUGER ELEVATOR, 25 ft. Shat Driven .......... each $179.00 : AUGER ELEVATOR, 34 fL wlih chain hoist ...... each $204.00 "I* STEEL FENCE POSTS 'as low as 69c # ......................... . ' CLEARANCE ON STEEL GRAIN BINS IN STOCK LAMB BROTHERS, Michigan, N. D. --___  - -_  : -_-_-" (*U  -* _ :-  ----_- _ " Sweetheart Sandwiches ?. : During these hot sweltering sum. mer days, serve cool, inviting : : Sandwiches made with Enriched .  : Sweetheart Bread! Sweetheart Bread provides needed vitamins . and minerals essential to good "- health - and Sweetheart Sand- "- wiches ere good! The man in your " life will say "Sweetheart, I Love You" when you serve sandwiches made witff Sweetheart Bread. Sally Hall Says: There ore many inviting ways to Nxltk his appetite when you serve Breod. Write me, .Sally Ho eox  ge, ei.,