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PAGE FOUR WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, Adams Local News By Mrs. Lena Nordbye Thetma Midboe was a dinner guest at the'Lloyd Slatten home on Sunday. Lila Slatten was an after- noon caller there. Mrs. Marvin Drevecky and Mrs. Wallace Drevecky were joint hos- tesses at a coffee party at the for- rfier's home Aug. 26. Guests were Mrs. Lowell Curry, and children. Cindy and Andria of Topeka, Kan., Mrs. Vincent Kjelaas. Mrs. Arthur Curtis Bylin. Florence Drevecky, Mrs. Oliver Gustafson. Mrs. Winnie Wink of Fargo and Beam Dreveeky. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vaudrin and children, Bobby and Joyce and Mrs. Emma Chabot drove to Gar- rison Sunday to visit with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Johnson of Grafton were week end visitors with Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Bjorg. Mr. and Mrs. Juel Bjorg, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bjorg were visitors at the home of Mrs. Grove Saturday night. Joe Wick has purchased the Paul Rutherford home. Thelma Midtme visited in Crooks- ton from Monday to Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Obert Olson and son. Floyd of Roseau. Minn,, Mr. and Mrs. Aldou Aubol and Marlene of Crookston were week end visit- ors at the homo of their mother, Mrs. Them Grove and with other[ relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson and daughter of Wahpeton spent the week end in Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Monteith spent the week end here with the Gustafson fatally. Mrs. Palmer Boe entertained at a picnic supper in the Adams park for her daughter Leah Rae on her 16th birthday. Guests were Karen Dvorak, Ione Drevecky, and Judy Boman and her two grandmothers, Mrs. Knute Boe and Mrs. Lena Nordbye. Other guests were Theda Drevecky, Nancy, and Paul and Palmer Boe. and Mr. and Mrs. Mi- lan Gilbertson from Alexandria, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Grove. Car- men. Carole Grove and Knute Nel- son visited with Mr. and Mrs. Mar- tin Fosiede at Edinburg Sunday. Lsnkin News By Catherine Matejc k The Lankin Consolidated school opened Sept. 6 with Carl A. Peter- son as superintendent. Robert A. Hartz if principal and the grade school teachers are Louis Machart, 7 and 8, Dale Swartz, 4, 5, and 6 and Mrs. Helen Hanson, 1, 2 and 3. Mrs. Albert Dusbabek and Mrs. Lynor Davis of Michigan. Mrs. Frank Pauzar and Libbie and Mr. John Karas of Whitman were vis- itors at the homes of their sisters, Mrs. Emma Shereek and Mrs. Anna Vasichek Sunday. Mrs. James Rose was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kratachvil and Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kratachvil and Toni Gale spent the week end at Winnipig. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba of Grand Forks, Mrs. Mary Kubesh and Mrs. Merylee Monette of Graf- ton and Mrs. Josephine Matejeck visited at the R. F. Matejcek home Sunday, Sept. 4, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Vorachek Terry and Douglas were callers in Grand Forks Thursday, ept. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Seiger of St. aul visited at the Rudolph On- dracek home last week. Mr. and Mrs. James Zahradka and family of St. Paul are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hjelmland, Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and other rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kratoehvil and family of Grand Forks spent the week end at the James Kra- tochvil home, John Karas of Whitman visited at the home of Grandma Pick Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. James Kratochvil drove to Grand Forks Tuesday Aug. 30. They were accompanied home by their grandson, Keith, who spent a few days here. Among those attending the wed- dln for Mr, and Mrs. Harold Ma- teJcek in St, Paul Saturday August 27 were: Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred She- reck, Mr. and Mrs, Born Sticka, Mrs. Bill Machart, Eddie Brodina Mr. and Mrs. Roger Waith, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Machart, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wippler. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Matejcek and daughters. Catherine, Joan and Mary Lou, Lyle Bina and Ronald Pieh. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zeman and son of St. Paul spent some time visitin at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Pete IIJelmnland and Mrs. Rose Zeman. Mrs. Emil Kratochvll spent sev- eral days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland MateJeek of rural B1cket. , ++ " Jud Cost and J0ante 1VoVak of Forvtlle speht three da.vs visitln at home of, Mr. andMrs. Edward Novak last week. Deanne Sommerfeld of Michigan visited her cousin, Carole Grove, two days last week. The Palmer Grove family spent the week end at Stanley with the Orville Olson family. The Ellsworth Grove family vis- ited at the home of Mrs. Peder Lin- stad Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pahn of Al- exandria, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Mem- ford Nelson of Moorhead visited at the Oscar Lundquist home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Olson and children of Northwood were week end visitors at the Carl Hilde home. Mrs. Ole Thorvilson visited with Mrs. Clara Swenson Sunday. The Roy Chabut family of Min- neapolis visited Friday and Satur- day at the Leonard Vaudrin home. School opened in Adams Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Skorheim are parehts of a son born in Grafton Sept. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Milan Gilbertson of Alexandria, Minn., were over night gu'ests at the Palmer Bee home on Sunday, Mr. Gilbertson and Mrs. Bee are cousins. He is a former Ad- ams man but had not visited here for 18 years. LIBRARY ON NEW SCHEDULE Miss Vera H: Warner. librarian announces that the City library is now operating on the winter sched- ule. Hours are 3 to 5 o'clock Wed- nesdays and Saturdays and 7 to 9 p. m. Monday, Wednesday. Thurs- day and Saturday. LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Fursteneau spent the week end in Bottineau. Mrs. Lloyd Larson, Mrs. Clifford Frovarp and Mrs. Vernie Larson visited their parents. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Olson at Walhalla Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gillespie (Al- ma Dahl) of Langley Prairie. B. C.. are visiting relatives here. They were Park River residents 33 years N E W '+ TES House guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Torfin Evenson were Mr. and Mrs. Allan, Markson and sons. James and David, of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Andrews and family spent the week end in Grind Forks with her mother, Mrs. Lee Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Don Tollefson and son. Blair. of Moorhead spem a week here with Mrs. Tollefsons par- ago. ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Sevcrson. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ford were the Wilbur Guests on Monday at the Harold McCauley family of Nielsville, Min- Garnaas home were Mr and Mrs. nesota, Mr. and Mrs. David Ford and Patty, city, and Mrs. Mary ,Watson of Grand Forks. Guests on Monday at the Ernie Berger home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bloomer and Mrs. Dalton Stone of Portland, Ore. The women are sisters of Mr. Berger. Other vis- itors at the Berger home were Mr. and Mrs. Marvel Hanson and fam- ily of Richmond, Calif.. and Mrs. Marvin Arneson of Devils Lake. Mrs. Hanson is a sister of Mrs. Ber- ger. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Shaw and Mrs. John Shaw went to Walha41a Sat- urday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Louis Thompson ,52, who died in Newburg, Ore., last Sunday from brain tumors. Mrs. Thompson will be remembered as the former Lula Knowles. She was a graduate of the Park River high school and was a I niece of Mrs. J. H. Sheppard and of Mrs. Finlayson, former local women. She visited in Park River in March. ]Elroy Orstad and children and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kjallas. Adams. House guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thompson were Avonne. Eugene and Marlene Starkson of Fordville, Jos. Thomp- son of Sioux Falls. S. D.. Mr. and Mrs. Larry McKinnon of Warren. Minn., and Joalyn Skager. Mis Ella Hanson and her nephew, S.Sgt. Kenneth Knutson drove to Minneapolis last Thursday to meet Air Cadet Dennis Knutson, brot.h- er of the sergeant, who arrived by plane from San Antonio, Texas. He has completed three months train- ing and will go to Danbridge, Ga., for further training. Sgt. Knutson and wife left Sunday by car for Seattle and thence to Anchorage, Alaska, by plane. He wil] be sta- tioned there. I FRRACTURES HIP IN FALL [tured a hip in a fall at her IV;rs. Mary Dale. 92, of Fordville, Wednesday. She is ho mother of Mrs. G. K. Ness.. frac-.Grafton. SCHOOL TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT For Golden School District No. 93 Mrs. Hazel Lewis. Park River, C RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer eluding Sinking Funds) July 1. 1954 .... $1147.67 Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July 1. 1954 .................... Total amount received during year from State apportion- ] ment .............................................. $129.00 Amount received during year from Taxes levied by Dis- trict School Board (General Fund) .............. $1255.05 Amount received during year from other Revenue Re- ceipts ............................................. $ 80,00 Total Amount received by School Treasurer during the year (Total of items} .............................. Grand Total amt rec'd by Dist. Treas including cash on hand EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amounfs Paid During Year for the Following PurposeS: Administration .................................. $ 114.50 Instructiona] Service ............................ $1983.00 Other Services .................................. $ 12.75 Operation of Plant .............................. $ 145.59 Maintenance of Plant ............................ $ 172.15 Fixed Charges .................................. $ 20.65 Capital Qutlay .................................. $ 75.00 Debt Service ...................................... Cash on hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1955 Treas. Report), including Cert. of Deposit and U. S. Bonds ............................................ $ WARRANTS ISSUED Warrants Issued, uly 1, 1954 to June 30, 1955 Clerk's Annual Report) .......................... STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY O WALSH. as. HARTFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 93 I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and within is a true and correct report of all moneys received and me as School Treasurer. MRS. EARL MONTAGUE, Treasurer of Hartford School District] Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of July, 1955, Strand. County Superintendent. Park River, N.D. J.O. Severson Dial 22691 Armour's Star PreCooked Picnic Hams ...... Ib 39c LIBBY'S POTTED MEAT, 5V2 oz tin ....... 2 for 25c Libby's 24 oz Tin Beef Stew ................................... 39c V *F,,aw, yFRI" & SAT.. SEPT. 9-10, Fruit & Vegetables 6-OZ. SEEDLESS GRAPES __ 2 Ihs for 31 Puffed Wheal..2 250 FJRWAY QUICK tr REGULAR ORANGES, sweet, juicy __ doz for 36 48..0Z. ICE CREAM  -$Wo  2 Pkg$ Rolled Oats ..... KG. 0 NEW CABBAGE ....... Ib 5 .... 3Sc PeanutF*'00wA00 00.00A0000Buffer...oR .12. :oz.j^ O PEARS Lug for $10 Finest Brand NO. 2z/2 Tin Pork & Beans 8 oz Bottle I-Ieinz I Hunt's 57 SAUCE 29c I CATSUP ..... Grape or Strawberry 0 So 6ood Jelly i LeGrande 19c 14 oz bottle PR [SgRfES  ' 9  2for469QlbJar39C pFOZ ICE:U "" ." ...... "  9, 16 oz Tin [ m  fl00[J00Ts MEXICORN 35, Rosedale 16 oz Tin TOMATOES - 2 for 35c CUT STRINGLESS GREEN BEANS ....... 2 for 36c 4 fw0s VANILLA CHOCOLATE BUTTERSCOTCH COCONUT CREAM JELL'{} Hunt's iin heavy syrup) Prune Plums Libby's m Heinz 101/2 oz Tin Tomato Soup 2 f'r 23 ,i Libby's 17 oz Jar KADOTA FIGS __ 27c i Libby's 46 oz Tin Tomato Juice __ 29 No. 2V2 Tin 2 for 49 151/2 oZ- Tin SPAGHETTI & MEAT BALLS ................. 23c Hunt's (in heavy syrup) 390 Bartlefl Pears Royal Treat 4 oz Tin FANCY BUTTON MUSHROOMS 23c Libby's Fancy 17 oz Tin ............ 2 for 290 i i cans Cream Style Corn M,tJEVIn. FROZEN Sunbl00 .... 611 Lean, Cello Tray Pack Sliced Baco00 Meats Freshly Ground HAMBURGER $ Ibs $1.00 Round and Sirloin BEEF STEAK Ib 57 Armour's Star Cello Pkg PORK LINKS ea. 52 Swift's Best HEAD CHEESE Ib 52 Each 52c Sugar Cured, Cello Pkg Bacon Squares Ib 29c [, . CH BEEF LUNCHEON MEAT IM|I--.. DM 1207- gllll/N I MID * TIN '++ EXTRA SPECIAL! -+ Three merchandise prizes given every Saturday. A chance with every cash purchase of $2.00 or more. WINNERS 1st Prize: Mrs. Ole Johnson 2nd Prize: Melvin Fjeld 3rd Prize: Mrs. Albert Gillespie Bures irway Mar DtAL PAGE FOUR WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, Adams Local News By Mrs. Lena Nordbye Thetma Midboe was a dinner guest at the'Lloyd Slatten home on Sunday. Lila Slatten was an after- noon caller there. Mrs. Marvin Drevecky and Mrs. Wallace Drevecky were joint hos- tesses at a coffee party at the for- rfier's home Aug. 26. Guests were Mrs. Lowell Curry, and children. Cindy and Andria of Topeka, Kan., Mrs. Vincent Kjelaas. Mrs. Arthur Curtis Bylin. Florence Drevecky, Mrs. Oliver Gustafson. Mrs. Winnie Wink of Fargo and Beam Dreveeky. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vaudrin and children, Bobby and Joyce and Mrs. Emma Chabot drove to Gar- rison Sunday to visit with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Johnson of Grafton were week end visitors with Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Bjorg. Mr. and Mrs. Juel Bjorg, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bjorg were visitors at the home of Mrs. Grove Saturday night. Joe Wick has purchased the Paul Rutherford home. Thelma Midtme visited in Crooks- ton from Monday to Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Obert Olson and son. Floyd of Roseau. Minn,, Mr. and Mrs. Aldou Aubol and Marlene of Crookston were week end visit- ors at the homo of their mother, Mrs. Them Grove and with other[ relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson and daughter of Wahpeton spent the week end in Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Monteith spent the week end here with the Gustafson fatally. Mrs. Palmer Boe entertained at a picnic supper in the Adams park for her daughter Leah Rae on her 16th birthday. Guests were Karen Dvorak, Ione Drevecky, and Judy Boman and her two grandmothers, Mrs. Knute Boe and Mrs. Lena Nordbye. Other guests were Theda Drevecky, Nancy, and Paul and Palmer Boe. and Mr. and Mrs. Mi- lan Gilbertson from Alexandria, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Grove. Car- men. Carole Grove and Knute Nel- son visited with Mr. and Mrs. Mar- tin Fosiede at Edinburg Sunday. Lsnkin News By Catherine Matejc k The Lankin Consolidated school opened Sept. 6 with Carl A. Peter- son as superintendent. Robert A. Hartz if principal and the grade school teachers are Louis Machart, 7 and 8, Dale Swartz, 4, 5, and 6 and Mrs. Helen Hanson, 1, 2 and 3. Mrs. Albert Dusbabek and Mrs. Lynor Davis of Michigan. Mrs. Frank Pauzar and Libbie and Mr. John Karas of Whitman were vis- itors at the homes of their sisters, Mrs. Emma Shereek and Mrs. Anna Vasichek Sunday. Mrs. James Rose was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kratachvil and Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kratachvil and Toni Gale spent the week end at Winnipig. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba of Grand Forks, Mrs. Mary Kubesh and Mrs. Merylee Monette of Graf- ton and Mrs. Josephine Matejeck visited at the R. F. Matejcek home Sunday, Sept. 4, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Vorachek Terry and Douglas were callers in Grand Forks Thursday, ept. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Seiger of St. aul visited at the Rudolph On- dracek home last week. Mr. and Mrs. James Zahradka and family of St. Paul are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hjelmland, Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and other rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kratoehvil and family of Grand Forks spent the week end at the James Kra- tochvil home, John Karas of Whitman visited at the home of Grandma Pick Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. James Kratochvil drove to Grand Forks Tuesday Aug. 30. They were accompanied home by their grandson, Keith, who spent a few days here. Among those attending the wed- dln for Mr, and Mrs. Harold Ma- teJcek in St, Paul Saturday August 27 were: Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred She- reck, Mr. and Mrs, Born Sticka, Mrs. Bill Machart, Eddie Brodina Mr. and Mrs. Roger Waith, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Machart, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wippler. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Matejcek and daughters. Catherine, Joan and Mary Lou, Lyle Bina and Ronald Pieh. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zeman and son of St. Paul spent some time visitin at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Pete IIJelmnland and Mrs. Rose Zeman. Mrs. Emil Kratochvll spent sev- eral days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland MateJeek of rural B1cket. , ++ " Jud Cost and J0ante 1VoVak of Forvtlle speht three da.vs visitln at home of, Mr. andMrs. Edward Novak last week. Deanne Sommerfeld of Michigan visited her cousin, Carole Grove, two days last week. The Palmer Grove family spent the week end at Stanley with the Orville Olson family. The Ellsworth Grove family vis- ited at the home of Mrs. Peder Lin- stad Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pahn of Al- exandria, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Mem- ford Nelson of Moorhead visited at the Oscar Lundquist home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Olson and children of Northwood were week end visitors at the Carl Hilde home. Mrs. Ole Thorvilson visited with Mrs. Clara Swenson Sunday. The Roy Chabut family of Min- neapolis visited Friday and Satur- day at the Leonard Vaudrin home. School opened in Adams Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Skorheim are parehts of a son born in Grafton Sept. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Milan Gilbertson of Alexandria, Minn., were over night gu'ests at the Palmer Bee home on Sunday, Mr. Gilbertson and Mrs. Bee are cousins. He is a former Ad- ams man but had not visited here for 18 years. LIBRARY ON NEW SCHEDULE Miss Vera H: Warner. librarian announces that the City library is now operating on the winter sched- ule. Hours are 3 to 5 o'clock Wed- nesdays and Saturdays and 7 to 9 p. m. Monday, Wednesday. Thurs- day and Saturday. LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Fursteneau spent the week end in Bottineau. Mrs. Lloyd Larson, Mrs. Clifford Frovarp and Mrs. Vernie Larson visited their parents. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Olson at Walhalla Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gillespie (Al- ma Dahl) of Langley Prairie. B. C.. are visiting relatives here. They were Park River residents 33 years N E W '+ TES House guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Torfin Evenson were Mr. and Mrs. Allan, Markson and sons. James and David, of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Andrews and family spent the week end in Grind Forks with her mother, Mrs. Lee Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Don Tollefson and son. Blair. of Moorhead spem a week here with Mrs. Tollefsons par- ago. ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Sevcrson. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ford were the Wilbur Guests on Monday at the Harold McCauley family of Nielsville, Min- Garnaas home were Mr and Mrs. nesota, Mr. and Mrs. David Ford and Patty, city, and Mrs. Mary ,Watson of Grand Forks. Guests on Monday at the Ernie Berger home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bloomer and Mrs. Dalton Stone of Portland, Ore. The women are sisters of Mr. Berger. Other vis- itors at the Berger home were Mr. and Mrs. Marvel Hanson and fam- ily of Richmond, Calif.. and Mrs. Marvin Arneson of Devils Lake. Mrs. Hanson is a sister of Mrs. Ber- ger. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Shaw and Mrs. John Shaw went to Walha41a Sat- urday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Louis Thompson ,52, who died in Newburg, Ore., last Sunday from brain tumors. Mrs. Thompson will be remembered as the former Lula Knowles. She was a graduate of the Park River high school and was a I niece of Mrs. J. H. Sheppard and of Mrs. Finlayson, former local women. She visited in Park River in March. ]Elroy Orstad and children and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kjallas. Adams. House guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thompson were Avonne. Eugene and Marlene Starkson of Fordville, Jos. Thomp- son of Sioux Falls. S. D.. Mr. and Mrs. Larry McKinnon of Warren. Minn., and Joalyn Skager. Mis Ella Hanson and her nephew, S.Sgt. Kenneth Knutson drove to Minneapolis last Thursday to meet Air Cadet Dennis Knutson, brot.h- er of the sergeant, who arrived by plane from San Antonio, Texas. He has completed three months train- ing and will go to Danbridge, Ga., for further training. Sgt. Knutson and wife left Sunday by car for Seattle and thence to Anchorage, Alaska, by plane. He wil] be sta- tioned there. I FRRACTURES HIP IN FALL [tured a hip in a fall at her IV;rs. Mary Dale. 92, of Fordville, Wednesday. She is ho mother of Mrs. G. K. Ness.. frac-.Grafton. SCHOOL TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT For Golden School District No. 93 Mrs. Hazel Lewis. Park River, C RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer eluding Sinking Funds) July 1. 1954 .... $1147.67 Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July 1. 1954 .................... Total amount received during year from State apportion- ] ment .............................................. $129.00 Amount received during year from Taxes levied by Dis- trict School Board (General Fund) .............. $1255.05 Amount received during year from other Revenue Re- ceipts ............................................. $ 80,00 Total Amount received by School Treasurer during the year (Total of items} .............................. Grand Total amt rec'd by Dist. Treas including cash on hand EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amounfs Paid During Year for the Following PurposeS: Administration .................................. $ 114.50 Instructiona] Service ............................ $1983.00 Other Services .................................. $ 12.75 Operation of Plant .............................. $ 145.59 Maintenance of Plant ............................ $ 172.15 Fixed Charges .................................. $ 20.65 Capital Qutlay .................................. $ 75.00 Debt Service ...................................... Cash on hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1955 Treas. Report), including Cert. of Deposit and U. S. Bonds ............................................ $ WARRANTS ISSUED Warrants Issued, uly 1, 1954 to June 30, 1955 Clerk's Annual Report) .......................... STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY O WALSH. as. HARTFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 93 I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and within is a true and correct report of all moneys received and me as School Treasurer. MRS. EARL MONTAGUE, Treasurer of Hartford School District] Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of July, 1955, Strand. County Superintendent. Park River, N.D. J.O. Severson Dial 22691 Armour's Star PreCooked Picnic Hams ...... Ib 39c LIBBY'S POTTED MEAT, 5V2 oz tin ....... 2 for 25c Libby's 24 oz Tin Beef Stew ................................... 39c V *F,,aw, yFRI" & SAT.. SEPT. 9-10, Fruit & Vegetables 6-OZ. SEEDLESS GRAPES __ 2 Ihs for 31 Puffed Wheal..2 250 FJRWAY QUICK tr REGULAR ORANGES, sweet, juicy __ doz for 36 48..0Z. ICE CREAM  -$Wo  2 Pkg$ Rolled Oats ..... KG. 0 NEW CABBAGE ....... Ib 5 .... 3Sc PeanutF*'00wA00 00.00A0000Buffer...oR .12. :oz.j^ O PEARS Lug for $10 Finest Brand NO. 2z/2 Tin Pork & Beans 8 oz Bottle I-Ieinz I Hunt's 57 SAUCE 29c I CATSUP ..... Grape or Strawberry 0 So 6ood Jelly i LeGrande 19c 14 oz bottle PR [SgRfES  ' 9  2for469QlbJar39C pFOZ ICE:U "" ." ...... "  9, 16 oz Tin [ m  fl00[J00Ts MEXICORN 35, Rosedale 16 oz Tin TOMATOES - 2 for 35c CUT STRINGLESS GREEN BEANS ....... 2 for 36c 4 fw0s VANILLA CHOCOLATE BUTTERSCOTCH COCONUT CREAM JELL'{} Hunt's iin heavy syrup) Prune Plums Libby's m Heinz 101/2 oz Tin Tomato Soup 2 f'r 23 ,i Libby's 17 oz Jar KADOTA FIGS __ 27c i Libby's 46 oz Tin Tomato Juice __ 29 No. 2V2 Tin 2 for 49 151/2 oZ- Tin SPAGHETTI & MEAT BALLS ................. 23c Hunt's (in heavy syrup) 390 Bartlefl Pears Royal Treat 4 oz Tin FANCY BUTTON MUSHROOMS 23c Libby's Fancy 17 oz Tin ............ 2 for 290 i i cans Cream Style Corn M,tJEVIn. FROZEN Sunbl00 .... 611 Lean, Cello Tray Pack Sliced Baco00 Meats Freshly Ground HAMBURGER $ Ibs $1.00 Round and Sirloin BEEF STEAK Ib 57 Armour's Star Cello Pkg PORK LINKS ea. 52 Swift's Best HEAD CHEESE Ib 52 Each 52c Sugar Cured, Cello Pkg Bacon Squares Ib 29c [, . CH BEEF LUNCHEON MEAT IM|I--.. DM 1207- gllll/N I MID * TIN '++ EXTRA SPECIAL! -+ Three merchandise prizes given every Saturday. A chance with every cash purchase of $2.00 or more. WINNERS 1st Prize: Mrs. Ole Johnson 2nd Prize: Melvin Fjeld 3rd Prize: Mrs. Albert Gillespie Bures irway Mar DtAL