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} } t  liT. MARY'8 CATHOLIC Masses Sunday Sept 11, 7:30 and 9a.m. Rev. J. J. O'Meara, Pastor FF.DF.FYE D CHURCH Morning worship at 10:45 o'clock. Sunday school will begin Sept. II Rev. W. Ray Radii, minister 8T, PETER EPISCOPAL Morning rvic 9:45. Rev. S. A. Glasgow, rector BETHEL BAPTIST A. Bo, Pmdor Sunday school at I0 a. m. Classes for all ages. Morning worship service at Ii o'clock. Gospel Melodies from the Tower at 6:45 p. m. Young People's meeting at 7 p. m. Pre-service prayer meeting at 7.'45 p. m. in the church basement. Evening service at 8 o'clock. Spe- cial singing at both services, Mid- week prayer meeting each Wednes- day at 8 o'clock in the church. All are welcome to these services. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Sat. Sept. i0: 8:45-10-45, Junior & Senior confirmation classes will meet at the church. Sun. Sept. 19, 9 a. m. Worship ser- vice. All urged to be present 10 a.m. Sunday school opens. The Sunday School institute at the Bible camp opens with registration at 2:30 and continues into the evening. Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2:30 ladies aid. Hostesses: Mesdames Albert Erlanson, Alfred Daley and A. N. Midgaren. South Trinity: Sat. Sept. 10, 10:30 to 12 o'clock. Junior confirmation meets. Sun. Sept. 11, 10 a. m. Sun- day School rally day. 11 a. m. wor- ship service. Note teacher s institute announcement above. Wed, Sept. 14, 8:30, Leadership & Teacher development course. Oliver E. Johnson, pastor EDINBURG PARISH ELC Trinity: Thursday, ladies aid at 2:30. Program on "Christian Nur- ture" (especially for young moth- ers). Hostesses The Priscilla circle. . Confirmation registration for all children of the parish entering jun- ior or senior classes, at 8 p. m. Par- ents are asked to be with their chil- dren. Friday--Sunday school teachers meeting at 8 p. m. Sunday, worship at 9:30. Sunday school and Bible class 10:45. Odalen: Sunday, Sunday school, at :10 a. m. Worship at 11:10. Zion: Sunday, Sunday school at 10. Wednesday, ladies ai at 2:30. Robert Bergeson. pastor PARK RIVER LUTHERAN Parish Thursday, (today) 2:30, ladies aid. 7 o'clock, junior choir, 8 o'clock senior choir. Friday, 8 p. rn. Luther League officers and advisors. Also at 8 p. m. Sunday school teachers will meet. Sat. 10 oclock, jr, confirmation class registration. All entering the 8th grade in public school are eli- gible for this class. 11 o'clock, regis- tration for st. confirmation class. All those who have completed the junior year of instruction are eligi- ble for this class. 8 p. m., All-Luth- eran Youth rally at Langdon. Rev. Merril Gilbertson, of Waldorf Col- lege, will speak. Sunday, 9:30 a. m. First annual every family Sunday. Attend church and sit together as a family. Roll call will be taken. 10:45 a. m. Sunday school rally. 2:30, Sunday school Teachers inSti- tute at Bible camp. 8 p. m. Luther League. Wednesday, 8 p.m. Boar of Trustees. Pleasant Valley-- Sunday, 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 1] o'clock holy communion. This is also every fam- ily Sunday. Attend church and sit together as a family. Roll call will be taken. Golden Valley w Friday, at 2:30, ladies aid. Bring free-will offering. Sunday, 9:45 a. m. Sunay school. Leonard E. Smestad. pastor EDINBURG FREE CHURCH Garfield: Sunday, Sept, II, Wor- ship at 9:30. Sunday school at 10-30. St, Peter: Thursday, Sept. 8, Ladies aid meets at church at 2:30. Sun. Sept. 11, Luther League at 8. Hitterdal: Friday, Sept. 9, ladies aid at 2 p. m. This meeting was postponed from a week before. Sunday, Sept. 11, worship at 11:15. Sunday school, 10 o'clock, L. B. Underbakke. pastor FIRST LUTHERAN, HOOPLE Rev. James It Sonnenberg Service 9 a.m. Sunday Sunday school at 10.'I5. Sunday school tea- chers and officers will be installed at the morning service. Wed. Bldg committee meets. 8:30 p. rn. Thursday, Girls Chorus, 7:30. Friday, LDR, 8 p. m. Park Center Service & children's program 11 oclock. Sept. 8, Ladies aid at 2:30, Sept, 18, Young peo- Pl meet 8 p. m. at churcl Hvideso: Sept. 18, service at II. Sunday school at I0 o'clock. LOCAL NEWS NO TES Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ottoand chil- 1ten, Curt and Rob, and the L. W. Johnson family spent the week end in Winnipeg. Mrs. T. A. Meagher and her moth- er, Mrs. Maizie Lawrence were luncheon guests of Mrs. Dorothy Mahon in Grand Forks Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kelly and two sons, Kevin and Kyle, of Minneapo- lis are spending this week with Mr. Kelly's brothers, Henry and Tom Kelly and families. Mrs. Ella Cox had these guests at her home last Tuesday: Mrs. Harry Neilson and Mrs. Celia Samson of Edmore and Mrs. Anton Erickson of Grand Forks. Miss Earline Johnson and John Trnka of St. Paul, are guests at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson. Other vis- itors at the Johnson home have been" Mr. and Mrs. Leonard John- son of Minneapolis. Mrs. T. A. Meagher was hostess to officers of Mary C. chapter of the Order of Eastern Star at her home Monday afternoon. Out of town vis- itors were Mrs. Rebecca Anderson of Glendale, Calif, and Mrs. G. S. Setterstrom of Fairfax, Minn. Mrs. L. W. Johnson and Mrs. Frid- jon Thorleifson were joint hostesses at a miscellaneous stork shower in compliment to Mrs. Roland Bate- man last Wednesday aftenoon. A dessert-luncheon was served at half past one. Bridge and canasta were the diversions for the afternoon. Score honors went to Mrs. Bill Russ of Vancouver, B. C., and to the guest of honor. Other out of town guests were Mrs, John T. Stewart of Gilby, Mrs. L. F. Lin- foot and Mrs. Bud Linfoot. both of Grand Forks. Miss Clara Mahrer of Seattle is a house guest in the home of her brother, Lorenz Mahrer and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Funk, pro- pritors of the Fashion Shop, are attending Market Week in Minne- apolis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nybo of Bis- marck were week end guests at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Aletta Akre. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Amstrup and son, Bobble, drove to Fargo on Sunday to bring home their little daughter, Rebecca. who had spent a week at the William Sholl home. Mr. and Mrs. William Spornitz and family of Sioux City, Ia., vis- ited here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Spornitz from Thursday to Sunday. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson were Mr. and Mrs Hjalmer Johnson and Mrs. Frank Johnson of Grand Forks, Mrs. Han- nah Ronald of Hoople, the Harold Harris family, Mrs. Ella Cox and Mrs. Lloyd Harris. Mrs. Lloyd Harris returned Sun- day from a trip to California where she had spent two months visiting relatives and friends. She was a house guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Vickers at San Carlos. and spent a time with her brothers, Millard and Thurrnan Thompson at Moun- tain View. and with her other bro- thers, Clarence Thompson at Bur- bank and Seymour Thompson at Glendale. Others. (all former Park Riverites) she called on were the Percy MacKays in Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Glaze (Virginia MacKay) and the Donald MacKays at Torrance and Mrs. Herman Dencker at Moorpark, Mr. and Mrs. George Widme vis- ited relatives in Portland, N. D., on Sunday. " COMING! Erle Stanley Gardner's great new series of true mysteries-- in Sunday's American Weekly with the Chicago American. On sale at EyoLfson Drug. Mrs. Mary Disher, who spent the summer at Saagatuck, Mich., with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Force, has return- ed here. She will teach again this year at Hensel. Mrs. James Gillespie was hostess to the Ken-Du Homemaker club at her home Thursday evening. Mrs. D. Meberg gave the lesson on mak- ing gifts and toys from wash cloths and towels. Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Flaten Sunday in- cluded Mr. an Mrs. Herbert Thomp- son ,Mrs. Vera Smith and Avis Mo- din of Alvarado, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Modin, Cheryl and Gerald Hegestuen. John and Andy Modin of Oslo, Minn. Mrs. George Widme, Mrs. Melvin Jergenson and Mrs. Alvin Lovaasen were hostesses last Wednesday eve- ning at the Widme home at a party complimenting Mr. P. S. Olufson. The party was a handkerchief shower and the guests were Sun- day school teachers from the Lu- theran church. Mrs. Olufson and son, David. left Monday for Minor, where she has accepted a teaching position. Mrs. Ella Cox spent several days last week with friends in Edmore. A A girl was born Aug. 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gaarder of Park River. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson were visitors Monday at the Arnold Johnson home at Stephen, Minn. RUMMAGE SALE. FOOD SALE, Lunch, Sept i0, 2 p. m. Basement of Catholic church. Sponsored by Altar Society. I Warner Lien of Hatton spent the week end here with his mother, Mrs. C. E. Lien. Mr. and Mrs. Elrno Ellingson and daughter, Donna, of Devils Lake. visited with Mrs. T. F. Meagher and the Isaac Ellingsons over the week end. Guests last Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lien were Mr. and Mrs. Obert Olson and son, Floyd, and Dolores Kjear, of Roseau, Min- nesota, Miss Annie Burbldge, Mrs. Juel Bjorg of Long Beach, Calif. Sunday School Teachers Institute Set for Sunday Rev. M. T. Gilbertson of Forest City, Ia., will be the main speaker when the Park River Circuit of the Sunday Shool Teachers institute meets at the Bible camp Sept. 11. 1 Hoople Pastor Mrs. Harold Flaten is club presi- Sessions will be at 3 o'clock, 7 ]dent, Mrs. Vernon Lindberg, vice and 8 o'clock. While the institute is president: Mrs. Melford Anderson, planned especially for Sunday Isecretary-treasurer: Mrs. Alton Lar- school teachers, everybody is-wel- son, program chairman; Mrs. Floyd come to attend. Greenwood and Johanna tustgaard, Rev. Gilbertson will show pic- Home Management leaders; Mrs. tures and speak on his recent trip Norman Kjos and Mrs. Gene Lar- to the holy land at Trinity church, son. clothing; Mrs. Arvid Gjevre Edinburg on sept. 12, at 8 p. m. The land Mrs. M. Anderson, foods, i public is invited Installed The Rev. James R. was installed as pastor Lutheran, Park Center, and so Lutheran Churches of Sunday Sept. 4, at the Park Church. Dr. Loyal E. Tallakson, pr of the North Dakota District l Evangelical Lutheran Churda the installing officer. Rev. berg gave the response. Several musical numbers presented at this service iacl "How Lovely are Thy Me by the Girls Chorus of Fin theran: directed by Mrs. C. and accompanied by Mrs. Folson; a piano solo by Russum of the Hvideso ChUte a vocal solo by Myrna Moe d Center. The prelude and p0m were piano and organ duets by Mrs. Gene Larson and ) Eleanor Loftsgard. Albert Fagerholt spoke on of the three congregations an sented an offering from than tending. Pastor Leonard Smestad of j River gave a short greeting. The Ladies Aids of the churches gave a reception i church parlors immediately f0 ing the service and lunch served. Mrs. Sonnenberg and Karen were presented bes corsages. Mrs. Leonard Smestad, vor Gryte, Mrs. Knute Mrs. Tom Halvorson poured Pastor and Mrs. press their sincere thanks for ing the installation and such a success. @ NOTHING IN ITS FIELD CAN MATCH CHEVROLET FOR ACCELERATION! { Ddve with cam,,, EVERYWHERE ! ,, Great Features back up Chevrolet Performance: Anti-Dive BrakingBall-Race Steering--Out- rigger Rear Springs--Body by Fisher--12-Volt Electrical . smNine E:,.gine-Dri Choices. When you need a quick sprint for safer passing, this V8 delivers| It's pure dynamite, and you have to go way, way up the price iaddor before you ever find its equal. Chewoict's new "Turbo-Fire VS': packs a Sunday punch for safer passing that no ear in Chevrolet's field can match! The proof was burned into the sands of Daytona Beach at the NASCAR* trials earlier this year. In acceleration tests, Chevrolet simply walked away from everything else in its field. Plus-and get this-all the high-priced cars except onet Surprising? Not when you consider that this beauty's been cleaning up on all comers in short track stock car events this season. That's where acceleration really pays off, as well as handling ease and cornering ability-things that mean safer, happier highway driving. Come on in and let a new Chevrolet show you what we mean. NOW'$ THE TIME TO 6,,11 LOW PRICES-BIG DEALS1 ENJOY A NEW CHEVROLET Larson Chevrolet PARK RIVER / } } t  liT. MARY'8 CATHOLIC Masses Sunday Sept 11, 7:30 and 9a.m. Rev. J. J. O'Meara, Pastor FF.DF.FYE D CHURCH Morning worship at 10:45 o'clock. Sunday school will begin Sept. II Rev. W. Ray Radii, minister 8T, PETER EPISCOPAL Morning rvic 9:45. Rev. S. A. Glasgow, rector BETHEL BAPTIST A. Bo, Pmdor Sunday school at I0 a. m. Classes for all ages. Morning worship service at Ii o'clock. Gospel Melodies from the Tower at 6:45 p. m. Young People's meeting at 7 p. m. Pre-service prayer meeting at 7.'45 p. m. in the church basement. Evening service at 8 o'clock. Spe- cial singing at both services, Mid- week prayer meeting each Wednes- day at 8 o'clock in the church. All are welcome to these services. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Sat. Sept. i0: 8:45-10-45, Junior & Senior confirmation classes will meet at the church. Sun. Sept. 19, 9 a. m. Worship ser- vice. All urged to be present 10 a.m. Sunday school opens. The Sunday School institute at the Bible camp opens with registration at 2:30 and continues into the evening. Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2:30 ladies aid. Hostesses: Mesdames Albert Erlanson, Alfred Daley and A. N. Midgaren. South Trinity: Sat. Sept. 10, 10:30 to 12 o'clock. Junior confirmation meets. Sun. Sept. 11, 10 a. m. Sun- day School rally day. 11 a. m. wor- ship service. Note teacher s institute announcement above. Wed, Sept. 14, 8:30, Leadership & Teacher development course. Oliver E. Johnson, pastor EDINBURG PARISH ELC Trinity: Thursday, ladies aid at 2:30. Program on "Christian Nur- ture" (especially for young moth- ers). Hostesses The Priscilla circle. . Confirmation registration for all children of the parish entering jun- ior or senior classes, at 8 p. m. Par- ents are asked to be with their chil- dren. Friday--Sunday school teachers meeting at 8 p. m. Sunday, worship at 9:30. Sunday school and Bible class 10:45. Odalen: Sunday, Sunday school, at :10 a. m. Worship at 11:10. Zion: Sunday, Sunday school at 10. Wednesday, ladies ai at 2:30. Robert Bergeson. pastor PARK RIVER LUTHERAN Parish Thursday, (today) 2:30, ladies aid. 7 o'clock, junior choir, 8 o'clock senior choir. Friday, 8 p. rn. Luther League officers and advisors. Also at 8 p. m. Sunday school teachers will meet. Sat. 10 oclock, jr, confirmation class registration. All entering the 8th grade in public school are eli- gible for this class. 11 o'clock, regis- tration for st. confirmation class. All those who have completed the junior year of instruction are eligi- ble for this class. 8 p. m., All-Luth- eran Youth rally at Langdon. Rev. Merril Gilbertson, of Waldorf Col- lege, will speak. Sunday, 9:30 a. m. First annual every family Sunday. Attend church and sit together as a family. Roll call will be taken. 10:45 a. m. Sunday school rally. 2:30, Sunday school Teachers inSti- tute at Bible camp. 8 p. m. Luther League. Wednesday, 8 p.m. Boar of Trustees. Pleasant Valley-- Sunday, 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 1] o'clock holy communion. This is also every fam- ily Sunday. Attend church and sit together as a family. Roll call will be taken. Golden Valley w Friday, at 2:30, ladies aid. Bring free-will offering. Sunday, 9:45 a. m. Sunay school. Leonard E. Smestad. pastor EDINBURG FREE CHURCH Garfield: Sunday, Sept, II, Wor- ship at 9:30. Sunday school at 10-30. St, Peter: Thursday, Sept. 8, Ladies aid meets at church at 2:30. Sun. Sept. 11, Luther League at 8. Hitterdal: Friday, Sept. 9, ladies aid at 2 p. m. This meeting was postponed from a week before. Sunday, Sept. 11, worship at 11:15. Sunday school, 10 o'clock, L. B. Underbakke. pastor FIRST LUTHERAN, HOOPLE Rev. James It Sonnenberg Service 9 a.m. Sunday Sunday school at 10.'I5. Sunday school tea- chers and officers will be installed at the morning service. Wed. Bldg committee meets. 8:30 p. rn. Thursday, Girls Chorus, 7:30. Friday, LDR, 8 p. m. Park Center Service & children's program 11 oclock. Sept. 8, Ladies aid at 2:30, Sept, 18, Young peo- Pl meet 8 p. m. at churcl Hvideso: Sept. 18, service at II. Sunday school at I0 o'clock. LOCAL NEWS NO TES Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ottoand chil- 1ten, Curt and Rob, and the L. W. Johnson family spent the week end in Winnipeg. Mrs. T. A. Meagher and her moth- er, Mrs. Maizie Lawrence were luncheon guests of Mrs. Dorothy Mahon in Grand Forks Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kelly and two sons, Kevin and Kyle, of Minneapo- lis are spending this week with Mr. Kelly's brothers, Henry and Tom Kelly and families. Mrs. Ella Cox had these guests at her home last Tuesday: Mrs. Harry Neilson and Mrs. Celia Samson of Edmore and Mrs. Anton Erickson of Grand Forks. Miss Earline Johnson and John Trnka of St. Paul, are guests at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson. Other vis- itors at the Johnson home have been" Mr. and Mrs. Leonard John- son of Minneapolis. Mrs. T. A. Meagher was hostess to officers of Mary C. chapter of the Order of Eastern Star at her home Monday afternoon. Out of town vis- itors were Mrs. Rebecca Anderson of Glendale, Calif, and Mrs. G. S. Setterstrom of Fairfax, Minn. Mrs. L. W. Johnson and Mrs. Frid- jon Thorleifson were joint hostesses at a miscellaneous stork shower in compliment to Mrs. Roland Bate- man last Wednesday aftenoon. A dessert-luncheon was served at half past one. Bridge and canasta were the diversions for the afternoon. Score honors went to Mrs. Bill Russ of Vancouver, B. C., and to the guest of honor. Other out of town guests were Mrs, John T. Stewart of Gilby, Mrs. L. F. Lin- foot and Mrs. Bud Linfoot. both of Grand Forks. Miss Clara Mahrer of Seattle is a house guest in the home of her brother, Lorenz Mahrer and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Funk, pro- pritors of the Fashion Shop, are attending Market Week in Minne- apolis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nybo of Bis- marck were week end guests at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Aletta Akre. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Amstrup and son, Bobble, drove to Fargo on Sunday to bring home their little daughter, Rebecca. who had spent a week at the William Sholl home. Mr. and Mrs. William Spornitz and family of Sioux City, Ia., vis- ited here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Spornitz from Thursday to Sunday. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson were Mr. and Mrs Hjalmer Johnson and Mrs. Frank Johnson of Grand Forks, Mrs. Han- nah Ronald of Hoople, the Harold Harris family, Mrs. Ella Cox and Mrs. Lloyd Harris. Mrs. Lloyd Harris returned Sun- day from a trip to California where she had spent two months visiting relatives and friends. She was a house guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Vickers at San Carlos. and spent a time with her brothers, Millard and Thurrnan Thompson at Moun- tain View. and with her other bro- thers, Clarence Thompson at Bur- bank and Seymour Thompson at Glendale. Others. (all former Park Riverites) she called on were the Percy MacKays in Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Glaze (Virginia MacKay) and the Donald MacKays at Torrance and Mrs. Herman Dencker at Moorpark, Mr. and Mrs. George Widme vis- ited relatives in Portland, N. D., on Sunday. " COMING! Erle Stanley Gardner's great new series of true mysteries-- in Sunday's American Weekly with the Chicago American. On sale at EyoLfson Drug. Mrs. Mary Disher, who spent the summer at Saagatuck, Mich., with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Force, has return- ed here. She will teach again this year at Hensel. Mrs. James Gillespie was hostess to the Ken-Du Homemaker club at her home Thursday evening. Mrs. D. Meberg gave the lesson on mak- ing gifts and toys from wash cloths and towels. Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Flaten Sunday in- cluded Mr. an Mrs. Herbert Thomp- son ,Mrs. Vera Smith and Avis Mo- din of Alvarado, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Modin, Cheryl and Gerald Hegestuen. John and Andy Modin of Oslo, Minn. Mrs. George Widme, Mrs. Melvin Jergenson and Mrs. Alvin Lovaasen were hostesses last Wednesday eve- ning at the Widme home at a party complimenting Mr. P. S. Olufson. The party was a handkerchief shower and the guests were Sun- day school teachers from the Lu- theran church. Mrs. Olufson and son, David. left Monday for Minor, where she has accepted a teaching position. Mrs. Ella Cox spent several days last week with friends in Edmore. A A girl was born Aug. 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gaarder of Park River. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson were visitors Monday at the Arnold Johnson home at Stephen, Minn. RUMMAGE SALE. FOOD SALE, Lunch, Sept i0, 2 p. m. Basement of Catholic church. Sponsored by Altar Society. I Warner Lien of Hatton spent the week end here with his mother, Mrs. C. E. Lien. Mr. and Mrs. Elrno Ellingson and daughter, Donna, of Devils Lake. visited with Mrs. T. F. Meagher and the Isaac Ellingsons over the week end. Guests last Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lien were Mr. and Mrs. Obert Olson and son, Floyd, and Dolores Kjear, of Roseau, Min- nesota, Miss Annie Burbldge, Mrs. Juel Bjorg of Long Beach, Calif. Sunday School Teachers Institute Set for Sunday Rev. M. T. Gilbertson of Forest City, Ia., will be the main speaker when the Park River Circuit of the Sunday Shool Teachers institute meets at the Bible camp Sept. 11. 1 Hoople Pastor Mrs. Harold Flaten is club presi- Sessions will be at 3 o'clock, 7 ]dent, Mrs. Vernon Lindberg, vice and 8 o'clock. While the institute is president: Mrs. Melford Anderson, planned especially for Sunday Isecretary-treasurer: Mrs. Alton Lar- school teachers, everybody is-wel- son, program chairman; Mrs. Floyd come to attend. Greenwood and Johanna tustgaard, Rev. Gilbertson will show pic- Home Management leaders; Mrs. tures and speak on his recent trip Norman Kjos and Mrs. Gene Lar- to the holy land at Trinity church, son. clothing; Mrs. Arvid Gjevre Edinburg on sept. 12, at 8 p. m. The land Mrs. M. Anderson, foods, i public is invited Installed The Rev. James R. was installed as pastor Lutheran, Park Center, and so Lutheran Churches of Sunday Sept. 4, at the Park Church. Dr. Loyal E. Tallakson, pr of the North Dakota District l Evangelical Lutheran Churda the installing officer. Rev. berg gave the response. Several musical numbers presented at this service iacl "How Lovely are Thy Me by the Girls Chorus of Fin theran: directed by Mrs. C. and accompanied by Mrs. Folson; a piano solo by Russum of the Hvideso ChUte a vocal solo by Myrna Moe d Center. The prelude and p0m were piano and organ duets by Mrs. Gene Larson and ) Eleanor Loftsgard. Albert Fagerholt spoke on of the three congregations an sented an offering from than tending. Pastor Leonard Smestad of j River gave a short greeting. The Ladies Aids of the churches gave a reception i church parlors immediately f0 ing the service and lunch served. Mrs. Sonnenberg and Karen were presented bes corsages. Mrs. Leonard Smestad, vor Gryte, Mrs. Knute Mrs. Tom Halvorson poured Pastor and Mrs. press their sincere thanks for ing the installation and such a success. @ NOTHING IN ITS FIELD CAN MATCH CHEVROLET FOR ACCELERATION! { Ddve with cam,,, EVERYWHERE ! ,, Great Features back up Chevrolet Performance: Anti-Dive BrakingBall-Race Steering--Out- rigger Rear Springs--Body by Fisher--12-Volt Electrical . smNine E:,.gine-Dri Choices. When you need a quick sprint for safer passing, this V8 delivers| It's pure dynamite, and you have to go way, way up the price iaddor before you ever find its equal. Chewoict's new "Turbo-Fire VS': packs a Sunday punch for safer passing that no ear in Chevrolet's field can match! The proof was burned into the sands of Daytona Beach at the NASCAR* trials earlier this year. In acceleration tests, Chevrolet simply walked away from everything else in its field. Plus-and get this-all the high-priced cars except onet Surprising? Not when you consider that this beauty's been cleaning up on all comers in short track stock car events this season. That's where acceleration really pays off, as well as handling ease and cornering ability-things that mean safer, happier highway driving. Come on in and let a new Chevrolet show you what we mean. NOW'$ THE TIME TO 6,,11 LOW PRICES-BIG DEALS1 ENJOY A NEW CHEVROLET Larson Chevrolet PARK RIVER /