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SEPTEMBER 2, 1954 Harmony Homemaker club at the home of Mrs. Mary evening, Sept. 6, at Mrs. Bennie Olson and and Milton, visited on at Grafton at the Henry home and with Mr. and Olsen. W, J. Robison and Mrs. Bassingthwaite of Sarles [Own Saturday to bring back other, Mra N. J. Knutson, been visiting in their Mrs. Fridjon Thorleffson spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haldorrson at Mountain. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Severson and daughter, Marlene, and Laura Sam- son spent Sunday in Edinburg with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Saude and ]daughter, Vicki Lynn, spent the ] week end at Barton, N. D., with Mr. Saude's parents, Mr and Mrs. B. J. i Saude. I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Von Rue- den and children, David and Debra Ann, arrived Sunday from Grand Forks and have moved into the resi- dence of Mrs. Lydia Nelson. Mrs. Duncan McLean, Mrs. Clara Krifting and Mrs. J.J. Ferguson I entertained at a birthday party for I Mrs. D. D. Gillespie and Mrs. John Shaw. Both women observe their birthdays on Aug. 31. Lunch was served to 15 guests. I LABOR DAY SALE WA.TSH COUNTY  PARK  NoIFrH DAKOTA September 3-4 DRESSING, Good Valu 32 oz jar 45c JAM, Ma Brown, 12 oz 2 for 49c BEANS, 21/2 cans 2 for 49c Cr. Style Happy Host 4 303 cans 49c grated, Chicken of the Sea 3 cans $1.00 43 Cracker Jack 6 pkgs 25c Boy.Ar.Dee & MEAT BALLS Crocker and Swansdown TISSUE, Charmin MIX, White or Spice - 2 cans 49 4 rolls 33c 3 pkgs $1.00 BEETS, 303 can - 2 for 25c BUTTER, Ma Brown - 21 oz jar 31 WE BUY EGGS ANGEL FOOD MIX Swansdown, OLD DUTCH CLEANSER K. Wick and daughters, Thelma and Sylvia, and Mr Orville Try- hus spent the week end at Fargo and attended the Red River Valley Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Severson were Mr and Mrs. Milan Clemens of Moorhead and Yvonne Severson of Fargo. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Arnold have moved into the house recently vaca- ted by the Glen Ford family. Mrs. T. Bakke owns the property. The Robert Amstrup family moved into the Albert Bina house in which the Arnolds had made their home. Guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Silliman were Mr. and Mrs. William Silliman" of Paris, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Ree Schoenberger, of Humboldt, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baird and daughter, Janice, of Colorado, and Mrs. Bill Silliman and sons, Billie and Bobby and granddaughter, Cherise Holling of Cando. They are all relatives of Mr. Silliman. - pkg 56 2 cans 25 Meats PORK ROAST, semi.boneless Ib 45c Beef Chuck Roast - Ib 42c BEEF STEW Ib 15c FRYING GHICKEN Pan Redi . Ib 49c Fresh Fruita & Vegetables BARTLETT PEARS, Wash. $2.19 ITALIAN PRUNES, Wash. . . $2.19 CELERY, Pascal, Calif - 24c HEAD LETTUCE, large - 19c LEMONS 6 for 25c WE G,VE GREEN STAMPS Back to GROCERIES MEATS School "JJ Students, We have a back to school Special on typewriters that can't be dupli- cated anywhere. QUIET RITER . REMINGTON RAND PORTABLE TYPEWRITER 50 (Plus Tax) With Case :; 75  @ Is These typewriters are brand new and are the latest mode . There is nothing like good, clear typewriting to make school or office work neat and business llke. We would be pleased to give a demonstration at any time. Why not drop in? The Walsh County Press Dennis Knutson was a Sunday dinner guest at the Norman Mc- Pherson home. Alan Flaten will conduct services at the Park River Mission Thurs. and Friday, Sept. 2-3, at 8 p. m. All are invited. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Engh of Thief River Falls visited the former's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sig Engh, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Severson of Grand Forks spent Saturday here with Mrs. A. D. Gillespie and with Mrs. Archie F Gillespie. Friends i here will be interested to learn that Mrs. Severson is the former Mrs. I /ndrew Storey, a Park River resi-i dent until a few years ago. Misses Thelma and Sylvia Wick were hostesses to a group of ten women at their home Thursday evening at a "pirate party." Out of town guests were Mrs. S. Stener- son, Mrs J. Rohrer, Mrs. S. Bjorne- by and B. Melsted of Edinburg and Mrs. Orville Tryhus of Crosby. Mrs. Rohrer and Mrs. J. A. Halberg car- ried off the biggest share of the "loot." A two course luncheon was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lewis and Mrs A D Gillespie took Mrs Archie Boyes and her granddaughter, Georgia Boyes to Winnipeg Sun- day morning. From there the two women left by train for North Van- couver, B. C. They had spent three weeks at the home of Mrs. Boyes' niece, Elizabeth Lewis, and with other relatives. Mrs. Boyes will be remembered by older residents as a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis, who farmed west of the city. During their stay the Canad- ians were entertained at a large I number of social functions by rel- I afives and friends. ] fair in session in that city. I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rengle and the Har- old Doughertys spent the week end at the Myron Bateman summer home at Detroit Lakes, Minn. Mrs David Johnson was hostess at dinner in her home Monday eve- ning. Guests were Mrs. Glenn E1- lingson and children, Linda and Teddy, of St. Paul, and Mrs. Wil- liam Warner and daughter, Vera. Guests last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Fridjon Thorleifson were Ra- mona and Anna Bjornson and Betty Geston of Fresno, Calif. Tuesday of this week visitors at the Thorleifson home were Mrs. Chic Childerhose of Winnipeg, Mrs. G. W. Martin of Houstor Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hagaard of Gardar. House guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hanson are Mr. Han- son's sisters, Mrs. Tom Knudtson, of Waukon, Ia., and Mrs. Martha Ber- netz of Decorah, Ia. The Hansons and their guests have been enter- tained at Adams by Mr. and Mrs. James Skyrud and at Edinburg by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lykken; at Graf- ton by Mr. and Mrs. Emil Thompson and at the Norman McPherson and Mrs. Mary Bruce homes here. Mrs. Anna Skalet of this city and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Neilson of Grand Forks attended a reunion Sunday of the family of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Rude of Mona. The gath- ering was held at the old home north of Osnabrock and five of the seven children living were present. Honor guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rude and son, James, of Lock Hav- en, Pa. Mr. Rude had not been here since 1933 when his mother passed away. Other family members in- Cluded Sander Rude of Mona, Oluf Rude and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gor. don Rourke and son of Osnabrock. PARK RIVER SMOKED SWlFT'S PREMIUM FULLY COOKED, READY- TO- EAT POTATO CHIPS PORK00BEANS VELVEETA PAGZFrSTt Mrs. Fridjon Thorleifson and Mrs. Margaret Smith spent Friday hi Mountain with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Norman McPher- son spent Sunday with the Joe Brosius family at Drayton. The Community Homemaker club will hold its regular meeting Sept. 7 at the Eugene Loftsgard home. Mr. and Mrs. Gilman Seboe of Red Lake Falls, Minn., are parents of a son born Aug. 28. They are for- mer residents here. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tupa and chil- dren and Mr. and Mrs. James No- yak were Sunday visitors in Devils Lake and Fort Totter Mr. and Mrs. F.U. Smith and Mrs. Margaret Smith were visitors in Upham, N. D., Thursday. Helen Smith who had spent two weeks at that place with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Anderson, re- turned with them. Mrs. Earl Johnson and daughters, Earline and Carol, Patty Jurgens, Carol Ramsey, Donah Lewis, Cam- ille Thiele, and Judy Maier were in Williston from Thursday to Sunday to attend the meeting of the Grand Rainbow Assembly of North Da- kota. Donah and Earline sang with the Grand choir and Carol was an usher. Mr. and Mrs, Hubert Larson re- turned last week from a three weeks' visit at the west coast. They spent two weeks at the home of Mrs. Larson's sister, Mrs. Selvin Dahlen and with her mother, Mrs. Gustie Clemetson at Portland, Ore. They also spent three days at Sea. side, Ore., and visited Mrs. Larson's brother, Alden Clemetson, at Sil- verton, Ore. In other stops they vis- ited Mr. Larson's two sisters, Mrs. Floyd Vandarwarka at Salem, Ore., and Mrs. Lloyd Saxon, Tacoma, Wash. SCOTT'S 1-LB. BAG BROOK'S JI EYe-OZ. KRAFT'S 2-1 8,9 CHEESE BOX SPREAD SALMON = 39  O NGE DRINK ------- m m i ARMOUR STAR MN..  29 t..c.eo...AT [] TREET '=4 OTHER ARMOUR CANNED MEATS o .EO ioz. 'I1 . HASH *" E, c .-.  ; ,A:m, eeo owl sPeaAta ___.....me. . i ; 1oo NEW WOOL FILLED t[UKRI:U Dl:sr CA ON z . m W ,ran mm i,,m am m m ih SAUSAGE "" cA. my, t, umruK m W:K I s YEAR MOTH PROOF  .PdRkJ ELL S TOMATO " UARANTEE CAMeS ' G , lEACH :)  enmmo t 'Y.'; -I I --A"T,'U' 'E''S"" '-- ..o ow, ._:_ o,. 45 m A.o .,..-o'oLo c,m ..o,s...Ec,,.s ESSIN6 ,A, m __ o. __ ______- - - - LL PICKLES . ;5.1;' m.o. ,. $ m II COFFEE 107 eo owL_ ,.... A oz.  l CAKe x "--" GRA,I,| jam | ANGEL FOOD ...w. ,o:. 49 r _ --...,e ,T. 37 II ANILLA--CH_oCOLATE OR STRA roW--. t SW. rmuu. -,s:):, 1! ICE CREAM .,,-.-,- .o .. NABISCO Of 4O & SW ' l t ooxm00 . ..,,. . I w I ASSORTED FLAVORS _t California Iceberg Jumbo Heads ",1.,,\\;\1 FA.VOIO  Head Lettuce - 2 f'r 33c M'LLOW --"I Coastal Froz :- s  Juice - 2 for 29c 1 Ib Cello FLOOR WAX  f.sr1,, SIMONIZEcan $1.10  Qt QUALITY MEATS FOR LESS Hickory Smoked ROUND STEAK . Ib 65c SUMMER SAUSAGE Ib 49 SIRLOIN STEAK Ib 67c BACON SQUARES . Ib 29 LUNCHEON MEAT . Ib 49 SEPTEMBER 2, 1954 Harmony Homemaker club at the home of Mrs. Mary evening, Sept. 6, at Mrs. Bennie Olson and and Milton, visited on at Grafton at the Henry home and with Mr. and Olsen. W, J. Robison and Mrs. Bassingthwaite of Sarles [Own Saturday to bring back other, Mra N. J. Knutson, been visiting in their Mrs. Fridjon Thorleffson spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haldorrson at Mountain. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Severson and daughter, Marlene, and Laura Sam- son spent Sunday in Edinburg with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Saude and ]daughter, Vicki Lynn, spent the ] week end at Barton, N. D., with Mr. Saude's parents, Mr and Mrs. B. J. i Saude. I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Von Rue- den and children, David and Debra Ann, arrived Sunday from Grand Forks and have moved into the resi- dence of Mrs. Lydia Nelson. Mrs. Duncan McLean, Mrs. Clara Krifting and Mrs. J.J. Ferguson I entertained at a birthday party for I Mrs. D. D. Gillespie and Mrs. John Shaw. Both women observe their birthdays on Aug. 31. Lunch was served to 15 guests. I LABOR DAY SALE WA.TSH COUNTY  PARK  NoIFrH DAKOTA September 3-4 DRESSING, Good Valu 32 oz jar 45c JAM, Ma Brown, 12 oz 2 for 49c BEANS, 21/2 cans 2 for 49c Cr. Style Happy Host 4 303 cans 49c grated, Chicken of the Sea 3 cans $1.00 43 Cracker Jack 6 pkgs 25c Boy.Ar.Dee & MEAT BALLS Crocker and Swansdown TISSUE, Charmin MIX, White or Spice - 2 cans 49 4 rolls 33c 3 pkgs $1.00 BEETS, 303 can - 2 for 25c BUTTER, Ma Brown - 21 oz jar 31 WE BUY EGGS ANGEL FOOD MIX Swansdown, OLD DUTCH CLEANSER K. Wick and daughters, Thelma and Sylvia, and Mr Orville Try- hus spent the week end at Fargo and attended the Red River Valley Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Severson were Mr and Mrs. Milan Clemens of Moorhead and Yvonne Severson of Fargo. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Arnold have moved into the house recently vaca- ted by the Glen Ford family. Mrs. T. Bakke owns the property. The Robert Amstrup family moved into the Albert Bina house in which the Arnolds had made their home. Guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Silliman were Mr. and Mrs. William Silliman" of Paris, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Ree Schoenberger, of Humboldt, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baird and daughter, Janice, of Colorado, and Mrs. Bill Silliman and sons, Billie and Bobby and granddaughter, Cherise Holling of Cando. They are all relatives of Mr. Silliman. - pkg 56 2 cans 25 Meats PORK ROAST, semi.boneless Ib 45c Beef Chuck Roast - Ib 42c BEEF STEW Ib 15c FRYING GHICKEN Pan Redi . Ib 49c Fresh Fruita & Vegetables BARTLETT PEARS, Wash. $2.19 ITALIAN PRUNES, Wash. . . $2.19 CELERY, Pascal, Calif - 24c HEAD LETTUCE, large - 19c LEMONS 6 for 25c WE G,VE GREEN STAMPS Back to GROCERIES MEATS School "JJ Students, We have a back to school Special on typewriters that can't be dupli- cated anywhere. QUIET RITER . REMINGTON RAND PORTABLE TYPEWRITER 50 (Plus Tax) With Case :; 75  @ Is These typewriters are brand new and are the latest mode . There is nothing like good, clear typewriting to make school or office work neat and business llke. We would be pleased to give a demonstration at any time. Why not drop in? The Walsh County Press Dennis Knutson was a Sunday dinner guest at the Norman Mc- Pherson home. Alan Flaten will conduct services at the Park River Mission Thurs. and Friday, Sept. 2-3, at 8 p. m. All are invited. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Engh of Thief River Falls visited the former's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sig Engh, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Severson of Grand Forks spent Saturday here with Mrs. A. D. Gillespie and with Mrs. Archie F Gillespie. Friends i here will be interested to learn that Mrs. Severson is the former Mrs. I /ndrew Storey, a Park River resi-i dent until a few years ago. Misses Thelma and Sylvia Wick were hostesses to a group of ten women at their home Thursday evening at a "pirate party." Out of town guests were Mrs. S. Stener- son, Mrs J. Rohrer, Mrs. S. Bjorne- by and B. Melsted of Edinburg and Mrs. Orville Tryhus of Crosby. Mrs. Rohrer and Mrs. J. A. Halberg car- ried off the biggest share of the "loot." A two course luncheon was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lewis and Mrs A D Gillespie took Mrs Archie Boyes and her granddaughter, Georgia Boyes to Winnipeg Sun- day morning. From there the two women left by train for North Van- couver, B. C. They had spent three weeks at the home of Mrs. Boyes' niece, Elizabeth Lewis, and with other relatives. Mrs. Boyes will be remembered by older residents as a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis, who farmed west of the city. During their stay the Canad- ians were entertained at a large I number of social functions by rel- I afives and friends. ] fair in session in that city. I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rengle and the Har- old Doughertys spent the week end at the Myron Bateman summer home at Detroit Lakes, Minn. Mrs David Johnson was hostess at dinner in her home Monday eve- ning. Guests were Mrs. Glenn E1- lingson and children, Linda and Teddy, of St. Paul, and Mrs. Wil- liam Warner and daughter, Vera. Guests last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Fridjon Thorleifson were Ra- mona and Anna Bjornson and Betty Geston of Fresno, Calif. Tuesday of this week visitors at the Thorleifson home were Mrs. Chic Childerhose of Winnipeg, Mrs. G. W. Martin of Houstor Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hagaard of Gardar. House guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hanson are Mr. Han- son's sisters, Mrs. Tom Knudtson, of Waukon, Ia., and Mrs. Martha Ber- netz of Decorah, Ia. The Hansons and their guests have been enter- tained at Adams by Mr. and Mrs. James Skyrud and at Edinburg by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lykken; at Graf- ton by Mr. and Mrs. Emil Thompson and at the Norman McPherson and Mrs. Mary Bruce homes here. Mrs. Anna Skalet of this city and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Neilson of Grand Forks attended a reunion Sunday of the family of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Rude of Mona. The gath- ering was held at the old home north of Osnabrock and five of the seven children living were present. Honor guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rude and son, James, of Lock Hav- en, Pa. Mr. Rude had not been here since 1933 when his mother passed away. Other family members in- Cluded Sander Rude of Mona, Oluf Rude and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gor. don Rourke and son of Osnabrock. PARK RIVER SMOKED SWlFT'S PREMIUM FULLY COOKED, READY- TO- EAT POTATO CHIPS PORK00BEANS VELVEETA PAGZFrSTt Mrs. Fridjon Thorleifson and Mrs. Margaret Smith spent Friday hi Mountain with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Norman McPher- son spent Sunday with the Joe Brosius family at Drayton. The Community Homemaker club will hold its regular meeting Sept. 7 at the Eugene Loftsgard home. Mr. and Mrs. Gilman Seboe of Red Lake Falls, Minn., are parents of a son born Aug. 28. They are for- mer residents here. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tupa and chil- dren and Mr. and Mrs. James No- yak were Sunday visitors in Devils Lake and Fort Totter Mr. and Mrs. F.U. Smith and Mrs. Margaret Smith were visitors in Upham, N. D., Thursday. Helen Smith who had spent two weeks at that place with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Anderson, re- turned with them. Mrs. Earl Johnson and daughters, Earline and Carol, Patty Jurgens, Carol Ramsey, Donah Lewis, Cam- ille Thiele, and Judy Maier were in Williston from Thursday to Sunday to attend the meeting of the Grand Rainbow Assembly of North Da- kota. Donah and Earline sang with the Grand choir and Carol was an usher. Mr. and Mrs, Hubert Larson re- turned last week from a three weeks' visit at the west coast. They spent two weeks at the home of Mrs. Larson's sister, Mrs. Selvin Dahlen and with her mother, Mrs. Gustie Clemetson at Portland, Ore. They also spent three days at Sea. side, Ore., and visited Mrs. Larson's brother, Alden Clemetson, at Sil- verton, Ore. In other stops they vis- ited Mr. Larson's two sisters, Mrs. Floyd Vandarwarka at Salem, Ore., and Mrs. Lloyd Saxon, Tacoma, Wash. SCOTT'S 1-LB. BAG BROOK'S JI EYe-OZ. KRAFT'S 2-1 8,9 CHEESE BOX SPREAD SALMON = 39  O NGE DRINK ------- m m i ARMOUR STAR MN..  29 t..c.eo...AT [] TREET '=4 OTHER ARMOUR CANNED MEATS o .EO ioz. 'I1 . HASH *" E, c .-.  ; ,A:m, eeo owl sPeaAta ___.....me. . i ; 1oo NEW WOOL FILLED t[UKRI:U Dl:sr CA ON z . m W ,ran mm i,,m am m m ih SAUSAGE "" cA. my, t, umruK m W:K I s YEAR MOTH PROOF  .PdRkJ ELL S TOMATO " UARANTEE CAMeS ' G , lEACH :)  enmmo t 'Y.'; -I I --A"T,'U' 'E''S"" '-- ..o ow, ._:_ o,. 45 m A.o .,..-o'oLo c,m ..o,s...Ec,,.s ESSIN6 ,A, m __ o. __ ______- - - - LL PICKLES . ;5.1;' m.o. ,. $ m II COFFEE 107 eo owL_ ,.... A oz.  l CAKe x "--" GRA,I,| jam | ANGEL FOOD ...w. ,o:. 49 r _ --...,e ,T. 37 II ANILLA--CH_oCOLATE OR STRA roW--. t SW. rmuu. -,s:):, 1! ICE CREAM .,,-.-,- .o .. NABISCO Of 4O & SW ' l t ooxm00 . ..,,. . I w I ASSORTED FLAVORS _t California Iceberg Jumbo Heads ",1.,,\\;\1 FA.VOIO  Head Lettuce - 2 f'r 33c M'LLOW --"I Coastal Froz :- s  Juice - 2 for 29c 1 Ib Cello FLOOR WAX  f.sr1,, SIMONIZEcan $1.10  Qt QUALITY MEATS FOR LESS Hickory Smoked ROUND STEAK . Ib 65c SUMMER SAUSAGE Ib 49 SIRLOIN STEAK Ib 67c BACON SQUARES . Ib 29 LUNCHEON MEAT . Ib 49