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SEPTEMBER 8, 1955 round I the Town SALE, FOOD SALE, 10, 2 p. m. Basement church. Sponsored by 1 and Mrs. Max Adams and Mel and Barbara, of Par- Slent the week end here with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sena Anderson, Park River rural, spent a week at Mr. Carmel camp near Alexandria, Minn., re- turning to her home last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Flaten and daughter, Alda and son, Paul, who spent the summer in Park River, left Tuesday for their home in San Gabriel, Calif. Mrs. Sadie McEachern, who was hospitalized in Grand Forks the past two weeks has returned to Park River and is spending some time at the home of her brother, Wilson Bell and family. Weekenc, guests at the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hardy were Frovarp. Sarah Peterson, Grand Rapids, Hammerstad.'Mr. F. Ful- Minn., a n d Shirley Westman. Edinburg and Mx. and Mrs. Browns Valley, Minn.. who return- ttval (Jennie Hammerstad) ed with Kay Hardy, from Yellow- Ore.. visited with Mrs. stone Park. where they were era- Tuesday afternoon, ployed for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lew- ) Mrs. Beth Meidinger entertained their sons and daughters-in- at a dessert luncheon at the home Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lewis of of her daughter, Mrs. M. G. Lan- Iowa. and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- and daughter, Debbie, of of Mrs. Cass Gates last were Mrs. Rebecca An- of GlendaIe, Calif., and Mrs. White. On Thursday she en- Mrs. Helen Edwards of Ill.. Mrs. David Kinsala Helma Bruce. and Mrs. Edgar White left for .Tacoma, Wash., to their son-in-law and daughter, aad Mrs. Earl Erickson. Before home they will go to Island. B. C.. to call on of Mrs. White. Fred Mc- and wife. S. Savings Bonds. HOSPITAL NEWS 2. a boy was born to Mr. and Chan. city. Sept. 3. a Was born to Mr. and Mrs. D. U. Park River. patients Micky Kotas- Bergit Skoje, Jeffrey Flat- of Park River, William No- lisek, noye last Friday in compliment to Mrs. Bill Russ of Vancouver, B. C. Bridge was played and score hon- ors went to Mrs. Robert J. Colwell and Mrs. Harold Piltingsrud. Sig Engh of this city is reported to be seriously ill at the Veterans hospital in Fargo. Mrs. Engh has been there with him and members of the family were called there last week. These are Mrs. J. D. Vaughn and children, Rickie and James of Ft. Lowry, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Engh, Warren, Minn., Robert of Thief River Falls. Minn., Floyd, of Steele, N. D. and Glen Engh of this city. A group of friends gathered at the Rossford Johnson home Mon- day evening to compliment Mrs. Johnson on her birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Peder Johnson. Mr and Mrs. Ben Winther and chil- dren, Steven, Paulette and Edna Lynn, of Park River. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Russum and children. Juy and David of Grafton. Lunch, in- cluding a birthday cake. was pro- vided by the visitors. "Any way you look at it, a Checking Account is a real bargain! ", . . I find that for safety and convenience in handling funds, there's notling like a Checking Account. It's simple, business-like, too. At a glance, my checkbook shows where the money goes- and how much is left. Each cancelled check is my proof of payment . . . Even if I had to pay a lot (Nhlch I don't) to maintain my account, it would still be a bargain!" Most anyone can have a Checking ,4c- count; most everyone should. Why put off enjoying one any longer? Op :routs here at the Bank this week. FIRST STATE BANK Me,Set F..edcral Dqdt Ittrmtve Carrim PARK RIVER. NORTH DP, KOT& P WSSH COUII PRESS, PARK  NORTH DAKOTA RUMMAGE SALE. Sat. Sept. 17, 4 p.m. Legion hall Sponsored by the Episcopal Guild Mrs. P. S. Olafon and son, David, left Monday for Minor where the former has accepted a teaching position at the Dakota Lutheran academy. Mr. and Mrs. William Bischoff took their daughter. Janet and Miss Delores Lepire. of Walhalla. to Far- go Monday where the girls have enrolled at the Interstate Business College. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hultstrand took their daughter, Donna J;an, to Carrington Friday where she re- mained to begin her teaching du- I ties this week. Miss Hultstrand will teach the fourth grade in the Car- rington public school Visitors last week at the home of Joe Dub, St.. and other relatives were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kozlik and children. Jimmy and Rosemary, and Mrs. Anna Chloupek of Mil- waukee. Wis. Mrs. Kozlik and Mrs. Chloupek are brother and sister of Mrs. Dub. Week end guests at the Leon Rat- liff home were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. eve Osten- son and son. Wommie. Forrest Rat- lift and Wayne Peterson of Minne- waukan. Forrest is attending school there. In addition to this group Sunday dinner guests at the Rat- lift home were another son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schlichting of Edgley, N. D., Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gillespie of British Columbia, Mrs. Agnes E. Gillespie and George Ratliff. Park River. Want Ads CASH IN ADVANCE CRABAPPLES For SMe, Dial 22129 FOR SALE: 1953 Cheverlet Sedan. Thora Rike, Edinburg. 1 WILL THE PARTY who borrowed our 8-foot store step ladder please return it. Red Owl Store, City x WANTED TO RENT: House or large apartment. Box 44, Alvin Jasmer. 1" FOR SALE: Some good used wsh- mg machines, including 1 used automatic washer. Malde and Sharpe Hdwe. City. 1 Thrills Mr. and Mrs. Walter Palm of Alexandria, Minn., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Byg- land on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Dunford and son, Ramon, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Dunford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson. Miss Virginia Kenney expects to leave Mohday for Northfield, Minn., to enroll at Carleton College for the coming year. Her mother. Mrs. J. C. Kenney, will go down ith her. Myron Spivak. who has been in the army, stationed in Korea the past 16 months, was discharged re- cently at Ft. Lewis. Wash, and has returned to his home here. While he was gone. his wife has been making her home here with re- latives. Week end visitors at the James Lawson home were George and Ada Coulter of Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lawson of Agate, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lawson of Alberta, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Veum of Cando and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Daley of Nash. Miss Ella Hanson, Mrs. Oliver Skeim, and Mrs. Gladys Edgar, lo- cal beauticians, and Mrs. Clarence Nygard, of Adams, expect to leave Sunday for Fargo to attend a two- PAGE FIVE Left to right, Patrick, Michael and Columbus, Ohio, were visitors here Ricky, 3-year-old triplet sons of Mr. this summer at the home of their I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bohu- and Mrs. George Greenway, of lmil Dub. (Photo by Hulstrand.) day session of the North Dakota ]Mrs. Roland Bateman. David Bate- tribute to Mrs. Lawson. Hairdresser's Association. Local I man who had spent a week with his In the absence of Mrs. Sadie Me- beauty shops will be closed on grandparents, returned home with Eachern, Noble Grand. Mrs. Gordon Monday. them. Greenwood, vice grand, presided at Mrs. Rebecca Anderson of Glen- dale, Calif, was a guest here last week in the home of her niece. Mrs. Edgar White, and with Mrs. Wen- dell White. On Wednesday guests at the White homes were Mrs. Arthur Holmes, Mrs. Otto Vold and An- drew Anderson. Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bickford Hobbs at their home were Misses Lois and Carol Krane of Crookston, Minn. On Sunday, din- ner guests at the Hobbs home were Mrs. Andrew Hobbs and son, David. of lorthwood and the Melvin Hobbs family of Park River. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan F. Andrew returned Tuesday from a month's vacation trip to Pale Alto, Calif., t where they visited at the home of Mrs. Andrews' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Fox. They also stopped at Yellowstone National Park, Salt Lake City, Utah and Reno, Nex. Stock Car RACES Park River Speedway Sunday, Sept. 11 Now you can read one of the REBEKAI'IS PAY TRIBUTE most discussed books of our times: TO R. JAMES LAWSON You. too. will talk about it for weeks to come. Enjoy "Gift From A memorial service for Mrs. Jam- The Sea" By Anne Morrow Lind- es Lawson, Park River, was held bergh. It starts in Sunday's Chicago Tuesday evening when the River- American. side Rebekah lodge opened its ,fall Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Linf0ot of season with the first regular meet- Grand Forks were here over the ing since the summer recess. The week end at the home of Mr. and lodge charter was also draped in The Park River Commercial club the meeting. Thursday voted to sponsor the local Hostesses for the lunch and so- Rinky Dink baseball team and pay eial hour were Mrs. Norence Lova- their traveling expenses during the ason and Mrs. C. E. Lien St. i season. Lee Neste is coach of the ,team. Press Want Ads Get Results -- Sunday - Monday Sept. 11 - 12 CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY FROM 2:45 Starting At 2 P. M t 20T0 30Cars From North Dakota & Minnesota Spills Chills Concession Stand For Your Convenience Speedway Located 1 Miles West of Park River ita.inl i i i Tuesday - Wednesday Sept. 13 - 14 And Continued Succe To Allen and Gilman Eide's S, PEEDWAY River Businessmen -. SEPTEMBER 8, 1955 round I the Town SALE, FOOD SALE, 10, 2 p. m. Basement church. Sponsored by 1 and Mrs. Max Adams and Mel and Barbara, of Par- Slent the week end here with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sena Anderson, Park River rural, spent a week at Mr. Carmel camp near Alexandria, Minn., re- turning to her home last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Flaten and daughter, Alda and son, Paul, who spent the summer in Park River, left Tuesday for their home in San Gabriel, Calif. Mrs. Sadie McEachern, who was hospitalized in Grand Forks the past two weeks has returned to Park River and is spending some time at the home of her brother, Wilson Bell and family. Weekenc, guests at the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hardy were Frovarp. Sarah Peterson, Grand Rapids, Hammerstad.'Mr. F. Ful- Minn., a n d Shirley Westman. Edinburg and Mx. and Mrs. Browns Valley, Minn.. who return- ttval (Jennie Hammerstad) ed with Kay Hardy, from Yellow- Ore.. visited with Mrs. stone Park. where they were era- Tuesday afternoon, ployed for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lew- ) Mrs. Beth Meidinger entertained their sons and daughters-in- at a dessert luncheon at the home Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lewis of of her daughter, Mrs. M. G. Lan- Iowa. and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- and daughter, Debbie, of of Mrs. Cass Gates last were Mrs. Rebecca An- of GlendaIe, Calif., and Mrs. White. On Thursday she en- Mrs. Helen Edwards of Ill.. Mrs. David Kinsala Helma Bruce. and Mrs. Edgar White left for .Tacoma, Wash., to their son-in-law and daughter, aad Mrs. Earl Erickson. Before home they will go to Island. B. C.. to call on of Mrs. White. Fred Mc- and wife. S. Savings Bonds. HOSPITAL NEWS 2. a boy was born to Mr. and Chan. city. Sept. 3. a Was born to Mr. and Mrs. D. U. Park River. patients Micky Kotas- Bergit Skoje, Jeffrey Flat- of Park River, William No- lisek, noye last Friday in compliment to Mrs. Bill Russ of Vancouver, B. C. Bridge was played and score hon- ors went to Mrs. Robert J. Colwell and Mrs. Harold Piltingsrud. Sig Engh of this city is reported to be seriously ill at the Veterans hospital in Fargo. Mrs. Engh has been there with him and members of the family were called there last week. These are Mrs. J. D. Vaughn and children, Rickie and James of Ft. Lowry, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Engh, Warren, Minn., Robert of Thief River Falls. Minn., Floyd, of Steele, N. D. and Glen Engh of this city. A group of friends gathered at the Rossford Johnson home Mon- day evening to compliment Mrs. Johnson on her birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Peder Johnson. Mr and Mrs. Ben Winther and chil- dren, Steven, Paulette and Edna Lynn, of Park River. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Russum and children. Juy and David of Grafton. Lunch, in- cluding a birthday cake. was pro- vided by the visitors. "Any way you look at it, a Checking Account is a real bargain! ", . . I find that for safety and convenience in handling funds, there's notling like a Checking Account. It's simple, business-like, too. At a glance, my checkbook shows where the money goes- and how much is left. Each cancelled check is my proof of payment . . . Even if I had to pay a lot (Nhlch I don't) to maintain my account, it would still be a bargain!" Most anyone can have a Checking ,4c- count; most everyone should. Why put off enjoying one any longer? Op :routs here at the Bank this week. FIRST STATE BANK Me,Set F..edcral Dqdt Ittrmtve Carrim PARK RIVER. NORTH DP, KOT& P WSSH COUII PRESS, PARK  NORTH DAKOTA RUMMAGE SALE. Sat. Sept. 17, 4 p.m. Legion hall Sponsored by the Episcopal Guild Mrs. P. S. Olafon and son, David, left Monday for Minor where the former has accepted a teaching position at the Dakota Lutheran academy. Mr. and Mrs. William Bischoff took their daughter. Janet and Miss Delores Lepire. of Walhalla. to Far- go Monday where the girls have enrolled at the Interstate Business College. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hultstrand took their daughter, Donna J;an, to Carrington Friday where she re- mained to begin her teaching du- I ties this week. Miss Hultstrand will teach the fourth grade in the Car- rington public school Visitors last week at the home of Joe Dub, St.. and other relatives were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kozlik and children. Jimmy and Rosemary, and Mrs. Anna Chloupek of Mil- waukee. Wis. Mrs. Kozlik and Mrs. Chloupek are brother and sister of Mrs. Dub. Week end guests at the Leon Rat- liff home were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. eve Osten- son and son. Wommie. Forrest Rat- lift and Wayne Peterson of Minne- waukan. Forrest is attending school there. In addition to this group Sunday dinner guests at the Rat- lift home were another son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schlichting of Edgley, N. D., Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gillespie of British Columbia, Mrs. Agnes E. Gillespie and George Ratliff. Park River. Want Ads CASH IN ADVANCE CRABAPPLES For SMe, Dial 22129 FOR SALE: 1953 Cheverlet Sedan. Thora Rike, Edinburg. 1 WILL THE PARTY who borrowed our 8-foot store step ladder please return it. Red Owl Store, City x WANTED TO RENT: House or large apartment. Box 44, Alvin Jasmer. 1" FOR SALE: Some good used wsh- mg machines, including 1 used automatic washer. Malde and Sharpe Hdwe. City. 1 Thrills Mr. and Mrs. Walter Palm of Alexandria, Minn., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Byg- land on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Dunford and son, Ramon, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Dunford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson. Miss Virginia Kenney expects to leave Mohday for Northfield, Minn., to enroll at Carleton College for the coming year. Her mother. Mrs. J. C. Kenney, will go down ith her. Myron Spivak. who has been in the army, stationed in Korea the past 16 months, was discharged re- cently at Ft. Lewis. Wash, and has returned to his home here. While he was gone. his wife has been making her home here with re- latives. Week end visitors at the James Lawson home were George and Ada Coulter of Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lawson of Agate, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lawson of Alberta, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Veum of Cando and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Daley of Nash. Miss Ella Hanson, Mrs. Oliver Skeim, and Mrs. Gladys Edgar, lo- cal beauticians, and Mrs. Clarence Nygard, of Adams, expect to leave Sunday for Fargo to attend a two- PAGE FIVE Left to right, Patrick, Michael and Columbus, Ohio, were visitors here Ricky, 3-year-old triplet sons of Mr. this summer at the home of their I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bohu- and Mrs. George Greenway, of lmil Dub. (Photo by Hulstrand.) day session of the North Dakota ]Mrs. Roland Bateman. David Bate- tribute to Mrs. Lawson. Hairdresser's Association. Local I man who had spent a week with his In the absence of Mrs. Sadie Me- beauty shops will be closed on grandparents, returned home with Eachern, Noble Grand. Mrs. Gordon Monday. them. Greenwood, vice grand, presided at Mrs. Rebecca Anderson of Glen- dale, Calif, was a guest here last week in the home of her niece. Mrs. Edgar White, and with Mrs. Wen- dell White. On Wednesday guests at the White homes were Mrs. Arthur Holmes, Mrs. Otto Vold and An- drew Anderson. Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bickford Hobbs at their home were Misses Lois and Carol Krane of Crookston, Minn. On Sunday, din- ner guests at the Hobbs home were Mrs. Andrew Hobbs and son, David. of lorthwood and the Melvin Hobbs family of Park River. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan F. Andrew returned Tuesday from a month's vacation trip to Pale Alto, Calif., t where they visited at the home of Mrs. Andrews' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Fox. They also stopped at Yellowstone National Park, Salt Lake City, Utah and Reno, Nex. Stock Car RACES Park River Speedway Sunday, Sept. 11 Now you can read one of the REBEKAI'IS PAY TRIBUTE most discussed books of our times: TO R. JAMES LAWSON You. too. will talk about it for weeks to come. Enjoy "Gift From A memorial service for Mrs. Jam- The Sea" By Anne Morrow Lind- es Lawson, Park River, was held bergh. It starts in Sunday's Chicago Tuesday evening when the River- American. side Rebekah lodge opened its ,fall Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Linf0ot of season with the first regular meet- Grand Forks were here over the ing since the summer recess. The week end at the home of Mr. and lodge charter was also draped in The Park River Commercial club the meeting. Thursday voted to sponsor the local Hostesses for the lunch and so- Rinky Dink baseball team and pay eial hour were Mrs. Norence Lova- their traveling expenses during the ason and Mrs. C. E. Lien St. i season. Lee Neste is coach of the ,team. Press Want Ads Get Results -- Sunday - Monday Sept. 11 - 12 CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY FROM 2:45 Starting At 2 P. M t 20T0 30Cars From North Dakota & Minnesota Spills Chills Concession Stand For Your Convenience Speedway Located 1 Miles West of Park River ita.inl i i i Tuesday - Wednesday Sept. 13 - 14 And Continued Succe To Allen and Gilman Eide's S, PEEDWAY River Businessmen -.