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AUGUST 30, 1956 %- WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WANT ADS CASH IN ADVANCE We finance farm buildings. Con- N.aOliDdated Construction Co., Langdon, • Phone 89. tf A WELLS, drmed and bored, 2 to 5(} In. diameters. We sell and install Myers water system Dial 82, Porter Well Co., Park River, N.D. tf Farpe Hdwe, city tf or Rent: Sander & Edger. Malde & P WANTED: Office Secretary by Sept. 1. Contact Supt. F.U. S raith, Walsh County Ag School, rark River. tf FOR SALE: One apartment size re- .frigerator." Just overhauled and in good repair -- $65.00. E. R. Landsborough, Park River. R SALE: Meat Market, Locker lant Grocery Store. Due to bad h.ealtt, my doctor says I must re- are from business as soon as pos- sible. E. R. Landborough, Park River. ----..._.___. WANTED: Custom combining. Con- tact George Dobmeier, one mile orth, 3 miles west of Park River. A30pd tIAVE YOU NOTICED the health- !. green color ,and better standa- ty of Trojan Hybrids? You are eleorne to stop and look over the TrOjan Show Plots around the area aL.Ytime. I'll be around to see you ,8 fall. Your TROJAN DEALER. SE" Soome good used wash- ing machines, $20.00 and up; 1 ted electric range; 1 used bottle gas Combination oil and gas alde Sharpe. Wanted: esponsible woman to care for Small baby during potato sea-J n. Mrs. Clarence Peterson, Park River. s*6 or Rent: 5-room all modern house. Urnished. Available after Sept. 5. Phone 36382 Park River tf TRENCHING and Footings, 14, 18 a.d 24 inches wide. Farm water rles. rates. D. A. Ramsey, REA ark River• Dial 36832. 3ts13 STtYED TO MY PLACE: one[ roan bull. Melvin P. Gustafson, I Adams. a30* I PIANo INSTRUCTION ta .linnig piano instruction. Con- ,^.ct Mrs. Walter R. Johnson, Box v. Park River, Dial 22402 s*6 U. S. Savings qBoncls today. FOR SALE: Registered Milking Shorthorns. Bred Heifers and Heifer Calves. Also Choice Bulls up to serviceable age. Contact Ludger Kadlec, Pisek, N. D. A30* PIANO FOR SALE Spinet Piano For Sale. Pay small monthly payments on nearly new spinet. Piano can be seen in this vicinity. Write for details to J. M. Wylie Piano Co. Box 1346, Fargo.* BIDS WANTED Bid4 will be accepted for four and one half miles of graveling and some patch work--Agnes township. Reserve rights to refuse all bids. Bids will be opened Aug. 31 at the office of the clerk. J. F. BROWN, Clerk Orr, N. Dak. a30 -FEEXCAVATING Basements, water lines, sewers, septic tanks installed, $225 and $340. Trenching footings culvert work, farm water lines, 7ft. deep• Dug & filled 50c a foot. D. A. Ramsey, Park River, Dial 36832 tf Wanted: Cook and assistant cook for WCAS boys' dormitory. Mrs. Herbert Thiele, city. tf For Sale: House Trailer, '52 model. 33 ft. Completed furnished, carpet- ed living room. Vavrosky Real Es- tate and Ins. Dial 22241, city. tf For Sale: 1O0 acre farm in central Polk county, Minn., on highway 59. Good bldgs. REA, school bus. Rea- sonably priced. Easy terms. Arthur I. Hamrum, Brooks, Minn. 6a* For Sale 245 acre farm in eastern Polk county• Good bldgs. REA, school bus, flowing well. A high- ly productive farm. Reasonably priced. Easy erms to qualified buyer• Arthur I. Hamrum, Brooks, Minn. *6s SPRING WATER Fer high uality, all pur- pose spring water contact the state licensed, state approved KJOS. BROS. SPRINGS Min- eral content well within the limits recommended by the American Public Health As- sociation. Delivered by CARL'S SPRING WATER SERVICE Grafton, Phone 534 OLIVER DESAUTEL Hoople. Dial 32471 BOB OIHUS Grafton Phone 1190 KJOS BROS. SPRINGS Park River Dial 23120 LIVESTOCK SALE I III I This Wednesday and every Wednesday In The New Park River Livestock Sales Barn t t STARTING AT 12:30 P. M. WE EXPECT A GOOD RUN OF CATTLE Lunches All Day- Dinners At Noon Phone 46462 Lawrence Wilkes, Mgr. Rusiness - Professional DR. R. W. BALDWIN Dentist Park River Dial 22831 ROY A. NESTE Lawyer Dial 36781 Park River DR. M. C. FLATEN Dentist Edinburg Phone I call .2 Drs. Galloway & Otis l'aetlee  to Optometry -- The Science of ViaioQ J. K. Galloway Vernon Otis Devilt Lake, N. r Phone 384 PARK RIVER CLINIC Dial 222"/1 1=.. 1 HtlUnSsmd, RL D. James If. o"roole, M. D. Phy,sicianm and Surgeolm 22941 Home Dials 46411 i i DR. J. V. JAEHNING Dentist Over Penney Grafton Phone 795 Directory NORTH SIDE GROCERy Homer Lucken Prop, Groceries and Cold Meats Store Hours: Week days, 8 a. m. to 9 p. n Sun. 2to 8 p. m. Park River Dial 22291 PARK RIVER ELECTRIC See us for Fm'm & Home wiring. Free Estlmatea Low costs. LieenNd and Bonded M. M. Sorenon, Prop Dial 220@2 Park River i i WES SAMSON Electrical Contractor Licensed & Bonded WlZUG OF ALL DONE RIGEr Guarmataed Park River Dial 4[@1 J OVERBYE FUNERAL HOME FUNERAL DIRECTORS Ambulance Service Mo phones: Day Park iver, Nmh Dakota U. S. Extends 61 Loan Date One Year The World War II GI loan pro- I gram ending date has been extend- [ ed for one more year to July 25,1 1958 under an amnibus GI loan law [ signed by the President August 1,/ 1956. [ In the 12 years that' the GI loan' program has been in operation, 4,- 466,000 World War II veterans have borrowed 33.2 billion in GI loans to purchase homes, farms and busi- nesses. O that amount, VA has guaranteed or insured $17.9 billion• The GI loan program previously was scheduled to end July 25, 1957 and, under the wording of the orig- inal taw, all GI loans would have had to be closed by that date. Under this new law, any GI loan for which VA receives an applica- tion by July 25, 1958 may be guar- anteed or insured by VA if it is completed by July 25, 1959. VA emphasized that the new law affects only World War II Veterans. Korean conflict period veterans have until January 31, 1965 to ob- tain GI loans for homes, farms and businesses. To date, more than 345,- 000 Korean conflict perio d veterans have borrowed $3.6 billion in GI loans for homes, farms and busi- nesses. Of that amount VA has guaranteed or insured $2 billion. In addition, this new law will per- mit any veteran who sells residen- tial property purchased with a GI loan to be relieved from liability to the government under certain cir- cumstances. Previously, the veteran who sold his property and allowed the pur- chaser to assume his GI loan still remained liable to the government in the event of subsequen foreclo- sure and the payment of a guaranty claim by the VA. Now the veteran may be relieved of liability if the purchaser assumes full liability on the lon, the VA approves him from a credit stand- point and the loan is current• The new law also permits World War II veterans to have their GI loan entitlement restored up to Jan- uary 31, 1956, if their property: (1) was taken by a governmental agent by a natural hazard, or (2) was oth- erwise disposed of for compelling reasons without fault on the part of the veteran• The new law also amends the GI Bill to permit the restoration of GI Home Loan Entitlement to a veteran in military service who disposes of his home because of a transfer un- der military orders. A veteran, under the new law, will have to certify that he intends to live in the home he is buying with the assistance of a GI Loan at the time of application and at the time of closing the loan. The new law also clarifies and confirms VA's authority to make the final determination of reason- able value of property irrespective of the estimate of value made by an individual appraiser. LOCAL NEWS Miss Lydia Marie Wegge of Park River has gone to Fargo to enroll for a course in beauty cul- ture at the New York Hair Dressing Academy• Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Margaris were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Haug and son, Arlen of Edinburg and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gullingsrud. Weed and Insect Control SKJERVEN'S FLYING SERVICE Dial 36201 or 36952 PARK RIVER Where to Buy The Herald, Dally and Sunday in Park River The GRAND FORKS HERALD 'is now available at the following places of business daffy and Sunday: LARSON CAFE, Daily and every other Sunday RITZ CAFE, Daily and Sunday The Daily and Sunday Herald have been placed in the RITZ CAFE for your added convenience in obtaining a copy of this newspaper. The Grand Forks Herald RUSHFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT No. I STATEMENT OF TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND (Amounts Received by School District Treasurer between July I, 1955 and June 30, 1956) Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds) July 1, 1955 .............. $ 331.48 Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July 1, 1955 ......................... $ 331.48 Total amount received during year from Stae ap- portionment .......... • ....................... $ 276.81 Total amount received during year from County Tuition fund (County Share) .................. $ 168.38 (State Share) County Tuition Fund for elementary payments TOT ................................ $ 56.87 $ 56.87 Amount received'a't-e'a'r-m'xe's-ied by by District School BOard (General Fund) ....... _$ 2,223.19 Total amount received by School Treasurer during the year -- $2,T2.25 Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer including cash on hand ...................... $ 3,050.73 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amounts Paid Durln Yea for the Followi Putlpe= I. Administration .............. $ 127.50 2, Instructional Service ....... :::':::':::::- 2,312.50 4. Operation of Plant 5. Maintenance of Plan- ....................... $ 149.84 ...................... $ 67.50 6. Fixed Charges .............................. $ 97.95 Total Amount Paid During School Year by District Treasurer .................................... $2,755.09 Cash on Hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1956, including Cert. of Deposit and U. S. Bonds ............ $301.64 WARRANTS ISSUED Warrants Issued, July I, 1954 to June 30, 1955 .............. $2,755.09 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) :COUNTY OF WALSH )ss Rushford School Dtrict No. 1 ) I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the within is a true and correct revert of all moneys received and paid out by me as School Treasurer. Joe E. ListoDad, Treas. Rushford District No, 1. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of July, 1956. A. G. STRAND, County Superintendent. PAGE SEV] Lankin Local News Items Miss Rose Kalal of Los Angeles Morhead of Minneapolis, spent the arrived last week to visit her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kalal and to attend the wedding of her broth- er, John Kalal and Rose Dvorak, of Pisek. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hagen went to Park River Saturday to bring back their daughter, Marlys, who had been hospitalized there for see-I eral days. I  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Matejceki went to St. Paul Saturday for a! visit with Mrs. Matejcek's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leir. Mr. and Mrs. J. W Matejcek and Mira Wm Bina were Grand Forks callers August 22. Mrs. Frank Kouba of Grand Forks, Mary Kubesh of Grafton and Beth Kouba of Park River, visited with Mrs. Josephine Matejcek Aug. 24. Mrs. Rose Lala and Mildred of Moorhead visited at the James Lala home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Novak, Mrs. Charles Rose and Sandra, Catherim Matejcek, Ronald Pich and Donny Ramsey attended the wedding of Beverly Magnuson and Clinton Lewis jr,, at Park River Sunday. [ Kay and Ellen Novak returned to their home August 23 after spend- ing a few days with their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lansing and other relatives at Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Machart an, I family of McCanna spent August 25 [ with relatives at Lankin. ] Mickey Sevigny of Grafton spent I several days at the home of his I uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Jack Novak. Mrs. Caroline Withan returned to her home after spending some time at the James Heggen home in Park River. Mrs. Bill Bina and Michael and Mrs. Wilmer Vorachek were Graf- ton callers August 24. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson and family who spent the summer in Grafton, have returned to their home here. Mrs. Bill Machart and family and Mary Chloupek spent several days at Willmar, Minn. The Ray Shimek family and Fay week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Pith Sr. The Harold McLaughlin family and Patsy Kratoctn, il were Park River callers Aug. 25. Chas. Novak Sr., is a surgical patient at St. Ansgar's hospital in Park River. Save Money[ i, SEE US FOR ESTIMATES ON PRINTING OF ALL KINDS! Walsh Co. Press STEAK AND SEA FOOD ARE OUR SPECIALTY Wm. P. Kannay, ]Prop. 304 First Ave. Moorhead. Minn Dial -S - _ ._  -- - _ __ _ .: = LAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 50 STATEMENT OF TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND (Amounts Received by School District Treasurer between July I, 1955 Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds) July 1. 1955 ............ $ 483.28 Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July 1, 1955 ...................... 483.26 Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer including cash on hand ...................... $483,?6 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUITD Amounts Paid During Year for t/e Foltowl Purposu I. Administration ................................. $ 64.00 2. Instructional Services ........................... 9.00 3. Other services, Tuition $145; Transv. $173 ...... 318.00 5. Maintenance of Plant ........................ 8.00 6. Fixed Charges ................................ 16.30 Total amount paid during school year by district Tress ......... $415,30 Cash on Hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1955, including Cert. of Deposit and U. S. Bonds ................ 67.96 WARRANTS ISSUED Warrants Issued, July 1, 1954 to June 30, 1955 ................ $45.30 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) COUNTY OF WALSH )as Lamnton School District No. 50 I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the within is a true and correct report of all moneys received and paid out by me as school Treasurer. John Sveen, Treas. Lampton School Dis- trict No. 50. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of July, 1956. JOHN E. EVENSON PARK RIVER SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 78 STATEMENT OF TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND (Amounts Received by School District Treasurer between July 1, 1955 and June 30, 1956) Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds) July I, 1955 ............ $ 12,041.0 Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July I, 1955 ...................... 1. Total amount received during year from State av- portionment ................................ $3,603.15 2. Total amount received during year from County Tuition fund (County Share) .............. $17,173.75 b. (Sate Share) County Tuition Fund for ele- mentary payments .......................... $5,801.75 d. Special Education ........................ $1,804.00 TOTAL ................................ $7,5,' 6. Amount received during year from Taxes levied by District School Board (General Fund) ...... $26.396.85 7. Amount received dduring year from other Reve- nue receipts (Tuition) ........................ $1,670.52 11. Amount received from other nonJrevenue receipts ..................................... $1,508.54 12. Revolving fund, rentals, resales ete .......... $1,753.40 Total Amount received by School Treasurer during the year ................. ... ............. $59,601.'/6 Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer including cash on hand .......................... $71,732.84 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUID Amounts Paid During Year for the Following Purpose= 1. Administration ................................ $ 861.79 2. Instructional service .......................... 47,617.54 3. Other Services _ . 4. Overation of Pl-ant-'_'.'.-.'.'.---'_-_-_-_-_-_'.-_-_-_::: 245.78 8,902.89 5. Maintenance of Plant ........................ 2,419.80 6. Fixed Charges ................................ 2,236.0 7. Capital Outlay ............................... 1,546.37 9. Revolving Debt fund, rentals, resales ete ..... 1,877.87 Total amount paid during school year by District Treas ....... $65,709 Cash on Hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1950, including Cert. Deposit and U. S. Bonds ............ $6,0245 CASH BALANCES IN SPECIAL RESERVE, BUILDING, RECREATION, BOND CONSTRUCTION FtERDS Cash on hand in Svecial Reserve Fund .................. $6,340.61 Cash on hand in Bilding fund as of June 30. 1956 .... $2.000.00 WARRANTS ISSUED Warrants Issued, July I, 1955 Io June 30, 1956 .......... $65,7{)7. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) COUNTY OF WALSH )as Special School Disthict No. 78 ) I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the within is a true and correct revert of all moneys received and paid out by me as School Treasurer M. F. Neste., Treas. Park River Special School District No. 78. Subscribed and Sworn to before me this 9th day of July, 1956. R.K. Bork, Notary Publle, Park River $12,041,08 AUGUST 30, 1956 %- WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WANT ADS CASH IN ADVANCE We finance farm buildings. Con- N.aOliDdated Construction Co., Langdon, • Phone 89. tf A WELLS, drmed and bored, 2 to 5(} In. diameters. We sell and install Myers water system Dial 82, Porter Well Co., Park River, N.D. tf Farpe Hdwe, city tf or Rent: Sander & Edger. Malde & P WANTED: Office Secretary by Sept. 1. Contact Supt. F.U. S raith, Walsh County Ag School, rark River. tf FOR SALE: One apartment size re- .frigerator." Just overhauled and in good repair -- $65.00. E. R. Landsborough, Park River. R SALE: Meat Market, Locker lant Grocery Store. Due to bad h.ealtt, my doctor says I must re- are from business as soon as pos- sible. E. R. Landborough, Park River. ----..._.___. WANTED: Custom combining. Con- tact George Dobmeier, one mile orth, 3 miles west of Park River. A30pd tIAVE YOU NOTICED the health- !. green color ,and better standa- ty of Trojan Hybrids? You are eleorne to stop and look over the TrOjan Show Plots around the area aL.Ytime. I'll be around to see you ,8 fall. Your TROJAN DEALER. SE" Soome good used wash- ing machines, $20.00 and up; 1 ted electric range; 1 used bottle gas Combination oil and gas alde Sharpe. Wanted: esponsible woman to care for Small baby during potato sea-J n. Mrs. Clarence Peterson, Park River. s*6 or Rent: 5-room all modern house. Urnished. Available after Sept. 5. Phone 36382 Park River tf TRENCHING and Footings, 14, 18 a.d 24 inches wide. Farm water rles. rates. D. A. Ramsey, REA ark River• Dial 36832. 3ts13 STtYED TO MY PLACE: one[ roan bull. Melvin P. Gustafson, I Adams. a30* I PIANo INSTRUCTION ta .linnig piano instruction. Con- ,^.ct Mrs. Walter R. Johnson, Box v. Park River, Dial 22402 s*6 U. S. Savings qBoncls today. FOR SALE: Registered Milking Shorthorns. Bred Heifers and Heifer Calves. Also Choice Bulls up to serviceable age. Contact Ludger Kadlec, Pisek, N. D. A30* PIANO FOR SALE Spinet Piano For Sale. Pay small monthly payments on nearly new spinet. Piano can be seen in this vicinity. Write for details to J. M. Wylie Piano Co. Box 1346, Fargo.* BIDS WANTED Bid4 will be accepted for four and one half miles of graveling and some patch work--Agnes township. Reserve rights to refuse all bids. Bids will be opened Aug. 31 at the office of the clerk. J. F. BROWN, Clerk Orr, N. Dak. a30 -FEEXCAVATING Basements, water lines, sewers, septic tanks installed, $225 and $340. Trenching footings culvert work, farm water lines, 7ft. deep• Dug & filled 50c a foot. D. A. Ramsey, Park River, Dial 36832 tf Wanted: Cook and assistant cook for WCAS boys' dormitory. Mrs. Herbert Thiele, city. tf For Sale: House Trailer, '52 model. 33 ft. Completed furnished, carpet- ed living room. Vavrosky Real Es- tate and Ins. Dial 22241, city. tf For Sale: 1O0 acre farm in central Polk county, Minn., on highway 59. Good bldgs. REA, school bus. Rea- sonably priced. Easy terms. Arthur I. Hamrum, Brooks, Minn. 6a* For Sale 245 acre farm in eastern Polk county• Good bldgs. REA, school bus, flowing well. A high- ly productive farm. Reasonably priced. Easy erms to qualified buyer• Arthur I. Hamrum, Brooks, Minn. *6s SPRING WATER Fer high uality, all pur- pose spring water contact the state licensed, state approved KJOS. BROS. SPRINGS Min- eral content well within the limits recommended by the American Public Health As- sociation. Delivered by CARL'S SPRING WATER SERVICE Grafton, Phone 534 OLIVER DESAUTEL Hoople. Dial 32471 BOB OIHUS Grafton Phone 1190 KJOS BROS. SPRINGS Park River Dial 23120 LIVESTOCK SALE I III I This Wednesday and every Wednesday In The New Park River Livestock Sales Barn t t STARTING AT 12:30 P. M. WE EXPECT A GOOD RUN OF CATTLE Lunches All Day- Dinners At Noon Phone 46462 Lawrence Wilkes, Mgr. Rusiness - Professional DR. R. W. BALDWIN Dentist Park River Dial 22831 ROY A. NESTE Lawyer Dial 36781 Park River DR. M. C. FLATEN Dentist Edinburg Phone I call .2 Drs. Galloway & Otis l'aetlee  to Optometry -- The Science of ViaioQ J. K. Galloway Vernon Otis Devilt Lake, N. r Phone 384 PARK RIVER CLINIC Dial 222"/1 1=.. 1 HtlUnSsmd, RL D. James If. o"roole, M. D. Phy,sicianm and Surgeolm 22941 Home Dials 46411 i i DR. J. V. JAEHNING Dentist Over Penney Grafton Phone 795 Directory NORTH SIDE GROCERy Homer Lucken Prop, Groceries and Cold Meats Store Hours: Week days, 8 a. m. to 9 p. n Sun. 2to 8 p. m. Park River Dial 22291 PARK RIVER ELECTRIC See us for Fm'm & Home wiring. Free Estlmatea Low costs. LieenNd and Bonded M. M. Sorenon, Prop Dial 220@2 Park River i i WES SAMSON Electrical Contractor Licensed & Bonded WlZUG OF ALL DONE RIGEr Guarmataed Park River Dial 4[@1 J OVERBYE FUNERAL HOME FUNERAL DIRECTORS Ambulance Service Mo phones: Day Park iver, Nmh Dakota U. S. Extends 61 Loan Date One Year The World War II GI loan pro- I gram ending date has been extend- [ ed for one more year to July 25,1 1958 under an amnibus GI loan law [ signed by the President August 1,/ 1956. [ In the 12 years that' the GI loan' program has been in operation, 4,- 466,000 World War II veterans have borrowed 33.2 billion in GI loans to purchase homes, farms and busi- nesses. O that amount, VA has guaranteed or insured $17.9 billion• The GI loan program previously was scheduled to end July 25, 1957 and, under the wording of the orig- inal taw, all GI loans would have had to be closed by that date. Under this new law, any GI loan for which VA receives an applica- tion by July 25, 1958 may be guar- anteed or insured by VA if it is completed by July 25, 1959. VA emphasized that the new law affects only World War II Veterans. Korean conflict period veterans have until January 31, 1965 to ob- tain GI loans for homes, farms and businesses. To date, more than 345,- 000 Korean conflict perio d veterans have borrowed $3.6 billion in GI loans for homes, farms and busi- nesses. Of that amount VA has guaranteed or insured $2 billion. In addition, this new law will per- mit any veteran who sells residen- tial property purchased with a GI loan to be relieved from liability to the government under certain cir- cumstances. Previously, the veteran who sold his property and allowed the pur- chaser to assume his GI loan still remained liable to the government in the event of subsequen foreclo- sure and the payment of a guaranty claim by the VA. Now the veteran may be relieved of liability if the purchaser assumes full liability on the lon, the VA approves him from a credit stand- point and the loan is current• The new law also permits World War II veterans to have their GI loan entitlement restored up to Jan- uary 31, 1956, if their property: (1) was taken by a governmental agent by a natural hazard, or (2) was oth- erwise disposed of for compelling reasons without fault on the part of the veteran• The new law also amends the GI Bill to permit the restoration of GI Home Loan Entitlement to a veteran in military service who disposes of his home because of a transfer un- der military orders. A veteran, under the new law, will have to certify that he intends to live in the home he is buying with the assistance of a GI Loan at the time of application and at the time of closing the loan. The new law also clarifies and confirms VA's authority to make the final determination of reason- able value of property irrespective of the estimate of value made by an individual appraiser. LOCAL NEWS Miss Lydia Marie Wegge of Park River has gone to Fargo to enroll for a course in beauty cul- ture at the New York Hair Dressing Academy• Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Margaris were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Haug and son, Arlen of Edinburg and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gullingsrud. Weed and Insect Control SKJERVEN'S FLYING SERVICE Dial 36201 or 36952 PARK RIVER Where to Buy The Herald, Dally and Sunday in Park River The GRAND FORKS HERALD 'is now available at the following places of business daffy and Sunday: LARSON CAFE, Daily and every other Sunday RITZ CAFE, Daily and Sunday The Daily and Sunday Herald have been placed in the RITZ CAFE for your added convenience in obtaining a copy of this newspaper. The Grand Forks Herald RUSHFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT No. I STATEMENT OF TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND (Amounts Received by School District Treasurer between July I, 1955 and June 30, 1956) Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds) July 1, 1955 .............. $ 331.48 Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July 1, 1955 ......................... $ 331.48 Total amount received during year from Stae ap- portionment .......... • ....................... $ 276.81 Total amount received during year from County Tuition fund (County Share) .................. $ 168.38 (State Share) County Tuition Fund for elementary payments TOT ................................ $ 56.87 $ 56.87 Amount received'a't-e'a'r-m'xe's-ied by by District School BOard (General Fund) ....... _$ 2,223.19 Total amount received by School Treasurer during the year -- $2,T2.25 Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer including cash on hand ...................... $ 3,050.73 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amounts Paid Durln Yea for the Followi Putlpe= I. Administration .............. $ 127.50 2, Instructional Service ....... :::':::':::::- 2,312.50 4. Operation of Plant 5. Maintenance of Plan- ....................... $ 149.84 ...................... $ 67.50 6. Fixed Charges .............................. $ 97.95 Total Amount Paid During School Year by District Treasurer .................................... $2,755.09 Cash on Hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1956, including Cert. of Deposit and U. S. Bonds ............ $301.64 WARRANTS ISSUED Warrants Issued, July I, 1954 to June 30, 1955 .............. $2,755.09 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) :COUNTY OF WALSH )ss Rushford School Dtrict No. 1 ) I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the within is a true and correct revert of all moneys received and paid out by me as School Treasurer. Joe E. ListoDad, Treas. Rushford District No, 1. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of July, 1956. A. G. STRAND, County Superintendent. PAGE SEV] Lankin Local News Items Miss Rose Kalal of Los Angeles Morhead of Minneapolis, spent the arrived last week to visit her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kalal and to attend the wedding of her broth- er, John Kalal and Rose Dvorak, of Pisek. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hagen went to Park River Saturday to bring back their daughter, Marlys, who had been hospitalized there for see-I eral days. I  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Matejceki went to St. Paul Saturday for a! visit with Mrs. Matejcek's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leir. Mr. and Mrs. J. W Matejcek and Mira Wm Bina were Grand Forks callers August 22. Mrs. Frank Kouba of Grand Forks, Mary Kubesh of Grafton and Beth Kouba of Park River, visited with Mrs. Josephine Matejcek Aug. 24. Mrs. Rose Lala and Mildred of Moorhead visited at the James Lala home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Novak, Mrs. Charles Rose and Sandra, Catherim Matejcek, Ronald Pich and Donny Ramsey attended the wedding of Beverly Magnuson and Clinton Lewis jr,, at Park River Sunday. [ Kay and Ellen Novak returned to their home August 23 after spend- ing a few days with their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lansing and other relatives at Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Machart an, I family of McCanna spent August 25 [ with relatives at Lankin. ] Mickey Sevigny of Grafton spent I several days at the home of his I uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Jack Novak. Mrs. Caroline Withan returned to her home after spending some time at the James Heggen home in Park River. Mrs. Bill Bina and Michael and Mrs. Wilmer Vorachek were Graf- ton callers August 24. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson and family who spent the summer in Grafton, have returned to their home here. Mrs. Bill Machart and family and Mary Chloupek spent several days at Willmar, Minn. The Ray Shimek family and Fay week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Pith Sr. The Harold McLaughlin family and Patsy Kratoctn, il were Park River callers Aug. 25. Chas. Novak Sr., is a surgical patient at St. Ansgar's hospital in Park River. Save Money[ i, SEE US FOR ESTIMATES ON PRINTING OF ALL KINDS! Walsh Co. Press STEAK AND SEA FOOD ARE OUR SPECIALTY Wm. P. Kannay, ]Prop. 304 First Ave. Moorhead. Minn Dial -S - _ ._  -- - _ __ _ .: = LAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 50 STATEMENT OF TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND (Amounts Received by School District Treasurer between July I, 1955 Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds) July 1. 1955 ............ $ 483.28 Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July 1, 1955 ...................... 483.26 Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer including cash on hand ...................... $483,?6 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUITD Amounts Paid During Year for t/e Foltowl Purposu I. Administration ................................. $ 64.00 2. Instructional Services ........................... 9.00 3. Other services, Tuition $145; Transv. $173 ...... 318.00 5. Maintenance of Plant ........................ 8.00 6. Fixed Charges ................................ 16.30 Total amount paid during school year by district Tress ......... $415,30 Cash on Hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1955, including Cert. of Deposit and U. S. Bonds ................ 67.96 WARRANTS ISSUED Warrants Issued, July 1, 1954 to June 30, 1955 ................ $45.30 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) COUNTY OF WALSH )as Lamnton School District No. 50 I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the within is a true and correct report of all moneys received and paid out by me as school Treasurer. John Sveen, Treas. Lampton School Dis- trict No. 50. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of July, 1956. JOHN E. EVENSON PARK RIVER SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 78 STATEMENT OF TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND (Amounts Received by School District Treasurer between July 1, 1955 and June 30, 1956) Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds) July I, 1955 ............ $ 12,041.0 Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July I, 1955 ...................... 1. Total amount received during year from State av- portionment ................................ $3,603.15 2. Total amount received during year from County Tuition fund (County Share) .............. $17,173.75 b. (Sate Share) County Tuition Fund for ele- mentary payments .......................... $5,801.75 d. Special Education ........................ $1,804.00 TOTAL ................................ $7,5,' 6. Amount received during year from Taxes levied by District School Board (General Fund) ...... $26.396.85 7. Amount received dduring year from other Reve- nue receipts (Tuition) ........................ $1,670.52 11. Amount received from other nonJrevenue receipts ..................................... $1,508.54 12. Revolving fund, rentals, resales ete .......... $1,753.40 Total Amount received by School Treasurer during the year ................. ... ............. $59,601.'/6 Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer including cash on hand .......................... $71,732.84 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUID Amounts Paid During Year for the Following Purpose= 1. Administration ................................ $ 861.79 2. Instructional service .......................... 47,617.54 3. Other Services _ . 4. Overation of Pl-ant-'_'.'.-.'.'.---'_-_-_-_-_-_'.-_-_-_::: 245.78 8,902.89 5. Maintenance of Plant ........................ 2,419.80 6. Fixed Charges ................................ 2,236.0 7. Capital Outlay ............................... 1,546.37 9. Revolving Debt fund, rentals, resales ete ..... 1,877.87 Total amount paid during school year by District Treas ....... $65,709 Cash on Hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1950, including Cert. Deposit and U. S. Bonds ............ $6,0245 CASH BALANCES IN SPECIAL RESERVE, BUILDING, RECREATION, BOND CONSTRUCTION FtERDS Cash on hand in Svecial Reserve Fund .................. $6,340.61 Cash on hand in Bilding fund as of June 30. 1956 .... $2.000.00 WARRANTS ISSUED Warrants Issued, July I, 1955 Io June 30, 1956 .......... $65,7{)7. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) COUNTY OF WALSH )as Special School Disthict No. 78 ) I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the within is a true and correct revert of all moneys received and paid out by me as School Treasurer M. F. Neste., Treas. Park River Special School District No. 78. Subscribed and Sworn to before me this 9th day of July, 1956. R.K. Bork, Notary Publle, Park River $12,041,08