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SEPTEMBER 8, 1955 'OR S A L E: 2 venetian window nt Ads blinds, cheap. Mrs. Harry O'Brien a city. FOR RENT: 3 room apartment, up- stairs. Close to main street. Con- CASH IN ADVANCE Rent: Sander & Edger. Malde & Hdwe, city. tf Sale: 6-room house, insulated Carl Schuster. Union. N. sl5* Duroc Spring boar. Har- ,IcLaughlin. Lankin. * 2 quarters, located 7 mi. of Fordville, $64 an acre. Im- possession. Good terms. Rodgers, Red River National Bldg., Grand Forks. 58 Sale: 2 bedroom house, fully tact Mrs. Adolph Almen. Park River. s15* tOR SALE John Deere 12 feet smooth swaher sickle in good shape. Peder M. Johnson, Par k s8* Rivre N. Dak. --i WANTED: Woman or girl to care. for one child and do light house- keeping Steady work. Call 36531 after 1 p.m. s8* VATER WELLS, drilled and bored, 2 to 50 in. diamcers. We sell and install Myers water systems. Dial 6382, Porter Well Co., Park River, N.D. tf Hardwood floors. Double ust built. Nice garden plot. i EXCAVATING--- Basements, War- Dibble, city, Dial 3d132 "8 I SALE. FOOD SALE, Sept. 10. 2 p. m. Catholic basement. Sponsored by the Society. SALE: Medium size Monarch Quite new. Contact Mrs. Almen. Park River. s15* floor sander and edger. equipment Marshall Wells. River. tf Want Ads Get Result er lines, Septic tanks installed, Trenching, Culverts, Footings. D. A. Ramsay, Park River Dial 36832 a4tf EXCAVATING: Basements, Water and sewer lines, septic tanks in- stalled or pumped. Free estimates. Hagen Construction Co. BOX347, GrafteD. Phone 1197. tf FOR SALE: Foundation seed pota- toes, grown from tuber unit plant- ing, Cobblers, Red Pontiac, Rus- set Burbank. Jacob B. Gingerich, Graceton, Minn. *225 IIIAMS HARD-FACED SHARES lAVE YOU T ME AND MONEY Hold CoasCamt Sharp Edge Help Keep Plow Im |round Pall hdw, Faster, Deeper Save Fuel and Field Time q00#b ,Don Tim eod.-m== am Adams plow shares are expertly hard-faced on all working points and edges.. then HEAT TREATED Io restore original temper. Special method of ap- Idldm@ IKnd melcd makes shares SELF SHARPENB. S,:E YOUR LOCAL IMPLEMENT DEALER OR Fargo Farm Equipment Sales Co. 23rd & Front, Fargo, North Dakota Ruslness - Professional Directory ROY A. NESTE Lawyer bial 36781 Park River Drs. Galloway & Otis Practice Limlied to OptometryTho Science of Visio,,- J. K. Galloway VernOn Ofll Devils Lake, N. D. Phone $34 H. R. Piltingsrud M. D. Physician and Surgeon qfiee Phone 222/1 Res. 22941 ....... River,= North 2=o ..... OVERBYE FUNERAL HOME FUNERAL DIRECTORS Amkbulnce Se]ndee and Monumonls . Phones, day SN41 Night, 1 or tMI WES SAMSON l.tnNI lit Bonded Conacr Dial 40101 IRING. ALL KnWD4 DONE Qtrentood Estlntos DR. R. W. BALDWIN Dentist WALaH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA 'Efficiency' Said Cause of N.D. Farm Population Drop Increased efficiency on North and 4,363,543 in 1954 while turkeys Dakota farms has been the cause of were up 200,000 to 521,220. the state's falling farm population, Meat Crops Up the Greater North Dakota Associa- Production of all crops, except tion said in revealing figures of ldurum ' winter and spring wheat, the prelimiaary 1954 census of ag-li n 1954 were up substantially from riculture. "i 1949. Heavy infestations of 15B rust I While the number of farms haS ilas t year accounted for sharp re- dropped from 65,401 to 61,939, the value of land and buildings on North Dakota farms has jumped $6.500. GNDA pointed out. The agriculture censusr shows that North Dakota farms, histor- ically known for their large volume of small grains and other crops, have recorded an increase in live- stock and poultry numbers of more than 34 per cent. Farms Average 674 Acres The average size of North Dakota farms in 1954 was 674 acres as com- pared to 630 acres in 1950. Of the 61,939 farms, 20.337 are 260 to 499 acres in size with 21,999 between ductions in spring wheat and dur- um while barley production soared to 63.255.055 bushels, up 40 mil- lion bushels. Rye production doubled while flax was up 7% million bushels to 19.883.884 and oats up 15 million to 47.798.043 bushels. Potatoes went from 18.201.726 to 19.294.046 bushels. LI00GAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF DAVID W. HYLDEN. DECEASED. 500 and 999 acres. ....... :, NOTICE is hereby given by the With the value oI lana anc vu,u- . . of tUnaerslgned Administratrix of the m s rising from an average estate of David W " g " " . Hylden, late of $18,014 in 1950 to $24,549 in 1954 has the Township of Vernon in thai come increased facilities for more County of Walsh and State of North I Dakota deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims In the farm home, increases were  819 were reported as compared to reported in telephone and electri- 38,191 four years earlier. cal service, television sets and home freezers. For more efficien farm oper- ations, more combines, corn pick- ers, hay balers, trucks and tractors were reported. Farms with electricity jumped from 44,200 to 55,815 while tele- phones were up 1.000 to 28.358 and home freezers from 8.259 to 25,195. Television sets on North Dakota Hay balers tripled in numbers to 8,616 while corn pickers were up 5,539 to 5,728. An average of nearly. two tractors to a North Dakota farm were reported wih 110,167 last year and 95,381 in 1950. Trucks were up 66,191 from 55.640 while automobiles slipped from 73,707 to 72,315. And with the increased efficiency on North Dakota farms has come a farms in 1954 amounted to 11,178 reduction in labor costs, a saving of with piped running water on 25,- 7 million dollars from $32,137,508 to 400 farms. 11,090 More Combines Although having largely displac - ed the threshing machine and rig by 1950, grain combines were be- coming common property on al- most every farm in 1954 when 49,- $25.191.768 and machine hire outlay, from $11,449,380 to $10,295,350. Meanwhile gasoline and other fuel costs climbed five million dol- lars to $49,934.041 and 'purchases of feed for livestock and poultry were up three million to $16,988, 828. SCHOOL TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT For Rushford School District 1, Harmon Jones, Park River, Clerk RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND (Am'ts rec'd by School Dist. Treas. between July 1. 1954 and June 30, 1955) Cash in General Fund (in hands of of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds July 1, 1954 $ 736.27 General Fund as of July 1, 1954 $736.27 efficient operation and comfortable living. Half Gross Above $5,000 Of the state's 59,514 commercial farms, nearly one-half or 26,842 sold products valued at more than $5,000. A total of 20,331 grossed be- tween $2.500 and $5,000 while the remainder had incomes of less than $2.500. An increase of more than a half-million cattle and calves led the significant increase in live-. stock and poultry numbers. Num- bexs of beef and dairy cattle jump- ed from 1,587,790 in 1950 to 2,103,741 in 1954. Hogs and pigs were up 200,- 000 to 37.313 and sheep and lambs went from 385,921 to 688,236. Chick- ens on farms were 3,340,114 in 1950 NEW OPPORTUNITY IF YOU ARE WILLING to work five days a week and travel in North Dakota for a leading organization on a per- manent job. You must be 21 to 40 years of age. Bondable, own car, furnish good char- acter references. You will then earn $100 to $150 a week and up with an organization that recognizes qualified suc- cessful young men for fu- ture advancements. Will give consideration to man looking for winter employment only if he can start at once. For interview write, Manager, Box 578, Valley City, N. D. Park River Dial 22831 Garage Doors CARLOAD PRICE 8x7 Sectional --- $59.75 Comulete 9x7 Sectional -- $65.75 Complete 8 ft. Tip Up Door $44.75 Complete 10x8, 10xl0, also Ranch Style Sectional doors in stock. Complete garages, spe- cially priced. LAMB BROTHERS Michigan, N. D. Grand Total cash on hand and money credited-to- .... Total amt rec'd during year from State a-orti-onment-__ $315.79 against, said decedent to exhibit [ Total am't rec'd during year from County tuition fund (County them with the necessary vouchers [ Share) ........................... $348.65 within three months after the first :State Share) Co tuitgn fund for elemen paymts. $75.35 publication of this notice to the TOTAL $75.35 County Court of said county at the Amount received during year from taxes levied by office of the County Judge in the District School Board (General Fund) .............. $1551.15 City of Grafton in said Walsh court- Total amount received by School Treasurer during year ...... $2,290.94 ty, North Dakota. Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer NOTICE is hereby further given EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND that the time and place fixed by Amounis Paid During Year for the Following Purposes: the court for hearing and adjusting Administration .......................... ____ $ 120.00 such claims are the 4th day of Instructional Service ............................ 2268.74 January, 1956 at ten oclock A.M. Other Services 3.25 ................................. Operation of Plant ............................ 148.99 in the Court Booms of the County Maintenance of Plant Court in the Court House in the .......................... 29.00 Fixed Charges .............................. 125.75. City of Grafton in the County of Total Amoun Paid During School Year by Dist. Treas ..... $2,695.73 Walsh and State of North Dakota, Cash on hand in General Fund as of-June 30. 1955 including at which time and place all persons Certificate of Deposit and U. S. Bonds .............. 331.48 interested in the estate shall show WARRANTS ISSUED cause why any claim against said Warrants Issued, July 1, 1954 to June 30, 1955 ............ $2,695,73 estate should not be allowed. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF WALSH, ss. Dated this 2nd clay of September, RUSHFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 1955. I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the ALVINA D. HYLDEN within is a true and correct report of all moneys received and paid out by Administratrix me as School Treasurer. F. Lorene Whitesides, JOE E. LISTOPAD, Attorney for Administratrix Treasurer of Rushford School District No. 1 Park River, North Dakota. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of August, 1955. First publication on the 8th day Buy "Dakota Maid" Flour A.G. Strand. Co. Superintendent of September, 1955. s22 SCHOOL TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT PRIVATE SALE of REAL ESTATE For Kensington School District No. 26 Carl C. Hankey Jr., Clerk NOTICE is hereby given that un- RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND der authority of an order of sale (Am'ts rec'd by School Dist. Treas. between July 1. 1954 and June 30, 1955) granted by the Judge of the Coun- Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer ty Court in and for the County of and excluding Sinking Funds) July 1, 1954 __ $ 1,534.40 Walsh and State of North Dakota, Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to dated the 2nd day'of September, General Fund as of July 1, 1954 .................... $ 1,534.40 1955, the undersigned as the Ad- Total amt rec'd during year from State apportionment _. 248.25 ministrators of the estate of Ed- (County Share) ................................ - 728.27 ward Spoonland deceased, will sell State Share Co. Tuition Fund for elementary pay- at private sale to the highest bidder ments ........................ $157.40 for cash, subject to confirmation by TOTAL - 157.40 the Judge of said County Court, the Amount received during year from taxes levied by following described real estate, to- District School Board (General Fund) ........ $ 1,751.75 wit: Amt rec'd during year from other Revenue receipts .... $225.00 Northeast Quarter (NEV4) of Total amt rec'd by School Treas during year .......... $3,110.67 Section Thirteen (13) in Town- Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer ship 156 N., Range 56 W., Walsh including cash on hand .............................. $ 4,64.07 County, North Dakota, and EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND South Half of the Northwest Amounts Paid During Year for the Following Pu: Quarter (SI&NWV4)of Section Administration .............................. $ 133.23 Thirteen (13) Sn Township 156 Instructional Service ...................... $ 2,228.60 N., Range 56 W., Walsh County, Other Services .............................. 28.04 North Dakota. Operation of Plant .......................... 302.29 The said sale wiil be made on Maintenance of Plant ........................ 29.85 the 26th day of September, 1955. at Fixed Charges ................................ 55.00 2:00 o'clock P. M. at the office ofthe Capital Outlay .............................. 34.04 Walsh County Judge at Grafton, N. Total Amt. Paid during School year by Dist. Treasurer ...... $2811.05 Dak. Cash on hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1955 including All bids must be in writing and Certificate of Deposit and U. S. Bonds .............. 1,834.02 may be left at the law office of F. WARRANTS ISSUED Lorene Whitesides, Park River, Warrants Issued, July 1, 1954 to June 30. 1955 .......... $2,811.05 North Dako, or may be fried in STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF WALSI as. the office of the Judge of said KENSINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 26 County Court. or delivered to the I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the undersigned Dick Spoonland or within is a true and correct report of all moneys received and paid out by Oscar Spoonland, personally, me as School Treasurer. Dated this 2nd day of September, RUSSELL LIEN, Treas. of Kensington School Dist. No. 26 1955. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of July, 1955, A.G. DICK SPONLAND Strand, Co, Supt. Buy "Dakota Maid" Flour OSCAR SPOONLAND Administrators SCHOOL TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT F. Lorene Whitesides For Park River School District No. 78 Ruby T. Green, Park River, Clerk Attorney for Estate Park River, North Dakota 8.15 RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND (Am'ts ree'd by School Dist. Treas. between July 1, 1954 and June 30, 1955) DR. J. V. JAEHNING ;W''''-- , ! Dentist Grafton, N.D. Phone 5 FAR, 60AN Office over J. C. Penny'| ou're DR. M. C. FLATEN DENTIST Phone 1, call 2 i Edlnburg, N. D. NORTH SIDE GROCERY Gocees Ik Cold Mea Homer Lncken. Prop. Olin woek da 8 a. m. 9 p. m. Sundays  to 8 p. m. Park' River Dial lUl PARK RIVER ELECTRIC Boo us for Firm & Name g. Low s, m mites. Licemmd & bonded M. M. lk|rwu.m, Prop. JSOM Perk Riv You'll never find a better small hotel ?alue than the HOTEL FARGOAN Fargo, North Dakota Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds July 1, 1954 .... $ 9,602.59 Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July I, 1954 ................ $9,602,59 Total amt. rec'd during year from State apportionment $6,305.55 Total amt. received from County tuition fund (County Share) ...................................... 15,985.46 (State Share) County Tuition fund for elementary pay- ments ............................ $3,454.94 TOTAL $3,454.94 Amount received during year from taxes levied by District School Board (General Fund) ........ - $ 28,694.45 Amt rec'd during year from Revenue receipts .... $4,972.96 Total amt rec'd by School Treas. during the year .... $ 59,413.36 Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer including cash on hand .......................... $69,015.95 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amounts Paid During Year for the Following Purposes: Administration .............................. $ 789.55 Instructional Service ...................... 40.160.44 Other Services ............................ 263.78 Operation of Plant ........................ 7,893,'/3 Maintenance of Plant .................... 8,595.10 Fixed Charges .......................... 1,449.87 Capital Outlay ............................ 1,510.87 Books etc. purchased for rental or resale ...... 1,311.58 Total Amt Paid During School year by District Treasurer __ 55,974.87 Cash on hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1955 including Certificate of Deposit and U. S. Bonds ................ $12,041.08 Cnh Balances in Special Reserfe, Building, Recreation. Bond Conktrucflon Funds Cash on hand in Special Reserve Fund as of June 30, 1955 .... $6,23L58 WARRANTS ISSUED Warrants Issued, July 1, 1954 to June 30, 1955 .......... $56,974.87 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA" COUNTY OF WALSl ss. SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 78 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 ,I me as School Treasurer. M. F.  Treasurer of Special School District No. 78 Subscribed and sworn to before me  llth day of July, 1955, Roy A. Nesta, Notary Public. My comm. expires '/-10-58 Buy "Dakota Maid" Flour SEPTEMBER 8, 1955 'OR S A L E: 2 venetian window nt Ads blinds, cheap. Mrs. Harry O'Brien a city. FOR RENT: 3 room apartment, up- stairs. Close to main street. Con- CASH IN ADVANCE Rent: Sander & Edger. Malde & Hdwe, city. tf Sale: 6-room house, insulated Carl Schuster. Union. N. sl5* Duroc Spring boar. Har- ,IcLaughlin. Lankin. * 2 quarters, located 7 mi. of Fordville, $64 an acre. Im- possession. Good terms. Rodgers, Red River National Bldg., Grand Forks. 58 Sale: 2 bedroom house, fully tact Mrs. Adolph Almen. Park River. s15* tOR SALE John Deere 12 feet smooth swaher sickle in good shape. Peder M. Johnson, Par k s8* Rivre N. Dak. --i WANTED: Woman or girl to care. for one child and do light house- keeping Steady work. Call 36531 after 1 p.m. s8* VATER WELLS, drilled and bored, 2 to 50 in. diamcers. We sell and install Myers water systems. Dial 6382, Porter Well Co., Park River, N.D. tf Hardwood floors. Double ust built. Nice garden plot. i EXCAVATING--- Basements, War- Dibble, city, Dial 3d132 "8 I SALE. FOOD SALE, Sept. 10. 2 p. m. Catholic basement. Sponsored by the Society. SALE: Medium size Monarch Quite new. Contact Mrs. Almen. Park River. s15* floor sander and edger. equipment Marshall Wells. River. tf Want Ads Get Result er lines, Septic tanks installed, Trenching, Culverts, Footings. D. A. Ramsay, Park River Dial 36832 a4tf EXCAVATING: Basements, Water and sewer lines, septic tanks in- stalled or pumped. Free estimates. Hagen Construction Co. BOX347, GrafteD. Phone 1197. tf FOR SALE: Foundation seed pota- toes, grown from tuber unit plant- ing, Cobblers, Red Pontiac, Rus- set Burbank. Jacob B. Gingerich, Graceton, Minn. *225 IIIAMS HARD-FACED SHARES lAVE YOU T ME AND MONEY Hold CoasCamt Sharp Edge Help Keep Plow Im |round Pall hdw, Faster, Deeper Save Fuel and Field Time q00#b ,Don Tim eod.-m== am Adams plow shares are expertly hard-faced on all working points and edges.. then HEAT TREATED Io restore original temper. Special method of ap- Idldm@ IKnd melcd makes shares SELF SHARPENB. S,:E YOUR LOCAL IMPLEMENT DEALER OR Fargo Farm Equipment Sales Co. 23rd & Front, Fargo, North Dakota Ruslness - Professional Directory ROY A. NESTE Lawyer bial 36781 Park River Drs. Galloway & Otis Practice Limlied to OptometryTho Science of Visio,,- J. K. Galloway VernOn Ofll Devils Lake, N. D. Phone $34 H. R. Piltingsrud M. D. Physician and Surgeon qfiee Phone 222/1 Res. 22941 ....... River,= North 2=o ..... OVERBYE FUNERAL HOME FUNERAL DIRECTORS Amkbulnce Se]ndee and Monumonls . Phones, day SN41 Night, 1 or tMI WES SAMSON l.tnNI lit Bonded Conacr Dial 40101 IRING. ALL KnWD4 DONE Qtrentood Estlntos DR. R. W. BALDWIN Dentist WALaH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA 'Efficiency' Said Cause of N.D. Farm Population Drop Increased efficiency on North and 4,363,543 in 1954 while turkeys Dakota farms has been the cause of were up 200,000 to 521,220. the state's falling farm population, Meat Crops Up the Greater North Dakota Associa- Production of all crops, except tion said in revealing figures of ldurum ' winter and spring wheat, the prelimiaary 1954 census of ag-li n 1954 were up substantially from riculture. "i 1949. Heavy infestations of 15B rust I While the number of farms haS ilas t year accounted for sharp re- dropped from 65,401 to 61,939, the value of land and buildings on North Dakota farms has jumped $6.500. GNDA pointed out. The agriculture censusr shows that North Dakota farms, histor- ically known for their large volume of small grains and other crops, have recorded an increase in live- stock and poultry numbers of more than 34 per cent. Farms Average 674 Acres The average size of North Dakota farms in 1954 was 674 acres as com- pared to 630 acres in 1950. Of the 61,939 farms, 20.337 are 260 to 499 acres in size with 21,999 between ductions in spring wheat and dur- um while barley production soared to 63.255.055 bushels, up 40 mil- lion bushels. Rye production doubled while flax was up 7% million bushels to 19.883.884 and oats up 15 million to 47.798.043 bushels. Potatoes went from 18.201.726 to 19.294.046 bushels. LI00GAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF DAVID W. HYLDEN. DECEASED. 500 and 999 acres. ....... :, NOTICE is hereby given by the With the value oI lana anc vu,u- . . of tUnaerslgned Administratrix of the m s rising from an average estate of David W " g " " . Hylden, late of $18,014 in 1950 to $24,549 in 1954 has the Township of Vernon in thai come increased facilities for more County of Walsh and State of North I Dakota deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims In the farm home, increases were  819 were reported as compared to reported in telephone and electri- 38,191 four years earlier. cal service, television sets and home freezers. For more efficien farm oper- ations, more combines, corn pick- ers, hay balers, trucks and tractors were reported. Farms with electricity jumped from 44,200 to 55,815 while tele- phones were up 1.000 to 28.358 and home freezers from 8.259 to 25,195. Television sets on North Dakota Hay balers tripled in numbers to 8,616 while corn pickers were up 5,539 to 5,728. An average of nearly. two tractors to a North Dakota farm were reported wih 110,167 last year and 95,381 in 1950. Trucks were up 66,191 from 55.640 while automobiles slipped from 73,707 to 72,315. And with the increased efficiency on North Dakota farms has come a farms in 1954 amounted to 11,178 reduction in labor costs, a saving of with piped running water on 25,- 7 million dollars from $32,137,508 to 400 farms. 11,090 More Combines Although having largely displac - ed the threshing machine and rig by 1950, grain combines were be- coming common property on al- most every farm in 1954 when 49,- $25.191.768 and machine hire outlay, from $11,449,380 to $10,295,350. Meanwhile gasoline and other fuel costs climbed five million dol- lars to $49,934.041 and 'purchases of feed for livestock and poultry were up three million to $16,988, 828. SCHOOL TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT For Rushford School District 1, Harmon Jones, Park River, Clerk RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND (Am'ts rec'd by School Dist. Treas. between July 1. 1954 and June 30, 1955) Cash in General Fund (in hands of of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds July 1, 1954 $ 736.27 General Fund as of July 1, 1954 $736.27 efficient operation and comfortable living. Half Gross Above $5,000 Of the state's 59,514 commercial farms, nearly one-half or 26,842 sold products valued at more than $5,000. A total of 20,331 grossed be- tween $2.500 and $5,000 while the remainder had incomes of less than $2.500. An increase of more than a half-million cattle and calves led the significant increase in live-. stock and poultry numbers. Num- bexs of beef and dairy cattle jump- ed from 1,587,790 in 1950 to 2,103,741 in 1954. Hogs and pigs were up 200,- 000 to 37.313 and sheep and lambs went from 385,921 to 688,236. Chick- ens on farms were 3,340,114 in 1950 NEW OPPORTUNITY IF YOU ARE WILLING to work five days a week and travel in North Dakota for a leading organization on a per- manent job. You must be 21 to 40 years of age. Bondable, own car, furnish good char- acter references. You will then earn $100 to $150 a week and up with an organization that recognizes qualified suc- cessful young men for fu- ture advancements. Will give consideration to man looking for winter employment only if he can start at once. For interview write, Manager, Box 578, Valley City, N. D. Park River Dial 22831 Garage Doors CARLOAD PRICE 8x7 Sectional --- $59.75 Comulete 9x7 Sectional -- $65.75 Complete 8 ft. Tip Up Door $44.75 Complete 10x8, 10xl0, also Ranch Style Sectional doors in stock. Complete garages, spe- cially priced. LAMB BROTHERS Michigan, N. D. Grand Total cash on hand and money credited-to- .... Total amt rec'd during year from State a-orti-onment-__ $315.79 against, said decedent to exhibit [ Total am't rec'd during year from County tuition fund (County them with the necessary vouchers [ Share) ........................... $348.65 within three months after the first :State Share) Co tuitgn fund for elemen paymts. $75.35 publication of this notice to the TOTAL $75.35 County Court of said county at the Amount received during year from taxes levied by office of the County Judge in the District School Board (General Fund) .............. $1551.15 City of Grafton in said Walsh court- Total amount received by School Treasurer during year ...... $2,290.94 ty, North Dakota. Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer NOTICE is hereby further given EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND that the time and place fixed by Amounis Paid During Year for the Following Purposes: the court for hearing and adjusting Administration .......................... ____ $ 120.00 such claims are the 4th day of Instructional Service ............................ 2268.74 January, 1956 at ten oclock A.M. Other Services 3.25 ................................. Operation of Plant ............................ 148.99 in the Court Booms of the County Maintenance of Plant Court in the Court House in the .......................... 29.00 Fixed Charges .............................. 125.75. City of Grafton in the County of Total Amoun Paid During School Year by Dist. Treas ..... $2,695.73 Walsh and State of North Dakota, Cash on hand in General Fund as of-June 30. 1955 including at which time and place all persons Certificate of Deposit and U. S. Bonds .............. 331.48 interested in the estate shall show WARRANTS ISSUED cause why any claim against said Warrants Issued, July 1, 1954 to June 30, 1955 ............ $2,695,73 estate should not be allowed. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF WALSH, ss. Dated this 2nd clay of September, RUSHFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 1955. I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the ALVINA D. HYLDEN within is a true and correct report of all moneys received and paid out by Administratrix me as School Treasurer. F. Lorene Whitesides, JOE E. LISTOPAD, Attorney for Administratrix Treasurer of Rushford School District No. 1 Park River, North Dakota. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of August, 1955. First publication on the 8th day Buy "Dakota Maid" Flour A.G. Strand. Co. Superintendent of September, 1955. s22 SCHOOL TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT PRIVATE SALE of REAL ESTATE For Kensington School District No. 26 Carl C. Hankey Jr., Clerk NOTICE is hereby given that un- RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND der authority of an order of sale (Am'ts rec'd by School Dist. Treas. between July 1. 1954 and June 30, 1955) granted by the Judge of the Coun- Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer ty Court in and for the County of and excluding Sinking Funds) July 1, 1954 __ $ 1,534.40 Walsh and State of North Dakota, Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to dated the 2nd day'of September, General Fund as of July 1, 1954 .................... $ 1,534.40 1955, the undersigned as the Ad- Total amt rec'd during year from State apportionment _. 248.25 ministrators of the estate of Ed- (County Share) ................................ - 728.27 ward Spoonland deceased, will sell State Share Co. Tuition Fund for elementary pay- at private sale to the highest bidder ments ........................ $157.40 for cash, subject to confirmation by TOTAL - 157.40 the Judge of said County Court, the Amount received during year from taxes levied by following described real estate, to- District School Board (General Fund) ........ $ 1,751.75 wit: Amt rec'd during year from other Revenue receipts .... $225.00 Northeast Quarter (NEV4) of Total amt rec'd by School Treas during year .......... $3,110.67 Section Thirteen (13) in Town- Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer ship 156 N., Range 56 W., Walsh including cash on hand .............................. $ 4,64.07 County, North Dakota, and EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND South Half of the Northwest Amounts Paid During Year for the Following Pu: Quarter (SI&NWV4)of Section Administration .............................. $ 133.23 Thirteen (13) Sn Township 156 Instructional Service ...................... $ 2,228.60 N., Range 56 W., Walsh County, Other Services .............................. 28.04 North Dakota. Operation of Plant .......................... 302.29 The said sale wiil be made on Maintenance of Plant ........................ 29.85 the 26th day of September, 1955. at Fixed Charges ................................ 55.00 2:00 o'clock P. M. at the office ofthe Capital Outlay .............................. 34.04 Walsh County Judge at Grafton, N. Total Amt. Paid during School year by Dist. Treasurer ...... $2811.05 Dak. Cash on hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1955 including All bids must be in writing and Certificate of Deposit and U. S. Bonds .............. 1,834.02 may be left at the law office of F. WARRANTS ISSUED Lorene Whitesides, Park River, Warrants Issued, July 1, 1954 to June 30. 1955 .......... $2,811.05 North Dako, or may be fried in STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF WALSI as. the office of the Judge of said KENSINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 26 County Court. or delivered to the I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the undersigned Dick Spoonland or within is a true and correct report of all moneys received and paid out by Oscar Spoonland, personally, me as School Treasurer. Dated this 2nd day of September, RUSSELL LIEN, Treas. of Kensington School Dist. No. 26 1955. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of July, 1955, A.G. DICK SPONLAND Strand, Co, Supt. Buy "Dakota Maid" Flour OSCAR SPOONLAND Administrators SCHOOL TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT F. Lorene Whitesides For Park River School District No. 78 Ruby T. Green, Park River, Clerk Attorney for Estate Park River, North Dakota 8.15 RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND (Am'ts ree'd by School Dist. Treas. between July 1, 1954 and June 30, 1955) DR. J. V. JAEHNING ;W''''-- , ! Dentist Grafton, N.D. Phone 5 FAR, 60AN Office over J. C. Penny'| ou're DR. M. C. FLATEN DENTIST Phone 1, call 2 i Edlnburg, N. D. NORTH SIDE GROCERY Gocees Ik Cold Mea Homer Lncken. Prop. Olin woek da 8 a. m. 9 p. m. Sundays  to 8 p. m. Park' River Dial lUl PARK RIVER ELECTRIC Boo us for Firm & Name g. Low s, m mites. Licemmd & bonded M. M. lk|rwu.m, Prop. JSOM Perk Riv You'll never find a better small hotel ?alue than the HOTEL FARGOAN Fargo, North Dakota Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds July 1, 1954 .... $ 9,602.59 Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July I, 1954 ................ $9,602,59 Total amt. rec'd during year from State apportionment $6,305.55 Total amt. received from County tuition fund (County Share) ...................................... 15,985.46 (State Share) County Tuition fund for elementary pay- ments ............................ $3,454.94 TOTAL $3,454.94 Amount received during year from taxes levied by District School Board (General Fund) ........ - $ 28,694.45 Amt rec'd during year from Revenue receipts .... $4,972.96 Total amt rec'd by School Treas. during the year .... $ 59,413.36 Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer including cash on hand .......................... $69,015.95 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amounts Paid During Year for the Following Purposes: Administration .............................. $ 789.55 Instructional Service ...................... 40.160.44 Other Services ............................ 263.78 Operation of Plant ........................ 7,893,'/3 Maintenance of Plant .................... 8,595.10 Fixed Charges .......................... 1,449.87 Capital Outlay ............................ 1,510.87 Books etc. purchased for rental or resale ...... 1,311.58 Total Amt Paid During School year by District Treasurer __ 55,974.87 Cash on hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1955 including Certificate of Deposit and U. S. Bonds ................ $12,041.08 Cnh Balances in Special Reserfe, Building, Recreation. Bond Conktrucflon Funds Cash on hand in Special Reserve Fund as of June 30, 1955 .... $6,23L58 WARRANTS ISSUED Warrants Issued, July 1, 1954 to June 30, 1955 .......... $56,974.87 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA" COUNTY OF WALSl ss. SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 78 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 ,I me as School Treasurer. M. F.  Treasurer of Special School District No. 78 Subscribed and sworn to before me  llth day of July, 1955, Roy A. Nesta, Notary Public. My comm. expires '/-10-58 Buy "Dakota Maid" Flour