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I! S.oRT things done we'd planned while the kids were home from school dur- ing vacation! The time just went too fast and now it's fall again. So goes the lament of parents, pupils and even teachers as they heed the ringing of the school bell this week. Last spring when school closed, youngsters eagerly looked forward to the weeks of care free leisure mvmm[ :tabre:;oo,itdre?;e thsefr:im:?:[ TED WRITES A LETTER nt to huy, sell, rent , , Dear Folks- i I wont be surprised if he puts the/ A lot of "eo le eem -o --" " ] ..... / bite on me for car or anyway a| ..... p. s . an- I ,- | hot rod After that then what' Air [omer ,ester is sue, OUX; m,s time it's  T-11 TC#fl t |1 planes 'helicopter's or what "have| strictly business. I | JL LJ.A.,a vv .la.V&J. ' | !- |[ you? To the little boy who can't go DOROTHY GRAY I " I , to school until next year, I say be HOT WEATHER SPECIALS I patient -- next year will be here Hot weather cologne, large bottle with i before you know it and those four- I Reg. $2.00 NOW $1.00 She lyear-olds you're stuck with this Texture Lotion,, - large bottle claims with the start of school, her girls become kitchen-shy, especially when it comes to dishwashing. It's one extreme or the other. oOo In my quest for reactions to the opening of school, the saddest fel- low I encountered was a big, strap- ping five-year-old, whose birthday was on the wrong side of January they expected to have with text Ifirst and he couldn't start to school books firmly elosd for the year. To this year. The buddies he'd been hear,, tlttm tell it, about that tn-ne, playing with the last two or three school as something they'd had years, suddenly took on a new way enough of and would never miss. i of life and he was left out. He tag- But come fall and the first day of ged along with his pals right up to school, there they are eagerly wait- i the school yard but when they ing in long lines at the schoolhouse [ went inside he loitered around out door to get inside to begin the l front, wondering what to do. He old routine all over again! I kicked a couple stones off the walk year for playmates, will be in your boots. o O o This reminds me of the story of a soldier who was filling out a ques- tionnaire df some kind. One of the questions was: "What were you be- fore you got into the army?" His answer: "Happy." Very likely that is what my little friend will say when he looks back upon his care free life as a five-year-old, in a couple of years or so R Reg. $2.00 NOW $1.00 Quick Cleanser, Not So Large Reg. $2.00 NOW $1.00 Dry Skin Cleanser Large Size Reg. $2.00 NOW $1.00 Dry Skin Cleanser (This must weigh a pound and what would any thinking person do with that unless they had 8 daughters?) Anyhow, it was $3.50, NOW $1.00 These are Hot Weather Specials, so hurry. It can cool off awful quick in these parts. I You should try PH 7 Rexall tooth- Harmony C|ub Has/paste at 47c. We have at least I00 Instdl||ation Meet [customers who like it. One, lady we have noticed in particular--her Installation of officers was the teeth are like stars, (Oh. no they main order of business when the done come out at night--they shine. \\; THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER try a Press Want By o O o and began trudging sadly toward Harmony Homemaker club met at To those of us who lead a tread- I hme. Nobody to play with. His the home of Mrs. M. O. Johnson only hope is to find some other bo August 29. mill type of life, it seems incredible I ' " y who s m the same fix as he s Of that there could be such a thing as l .... Mrs. Earl Johnson is the new 1 /course his friends will be coming too much vacation. Imagine hav'ng , " " I president, Mrs.. C. Skjerven, vice all the time in the world to do as home after school, but it won't be/P resident, Mrs. C. E. Lien, Sr, sec- you please. No alarm clock to wake ]quite the same. In no time at all. }retary, Mrs Lloyd Harris treasurer you up from a sound sleep, which Ithey" will become experienced/and Mrs. Theodore Hanson, report- is always most enjoyable just be- school 'men,' doing all kinds of in- [er Mrs. Fred Silliman acted as in- fore getting up time. No set time to teresting things he doesn't know a stalling officer. go to work or school, to eat or go thing about. Projects leaders appointed a r e: to bed. Sounds like heaven on o O o Mrs. Leslie Nappen and Mrs. Fred earth... But them as has tried it Seems to me kids do develop Hultstrand. home management; say even that delightful routine has grown up tastes much earlier than Mrs. Mary Oaks and Mrs. Ben Mid- its drawbacks and gets monotonous, they used to. A surprising thing to dendorf, foods: Mrs. Norence Lova- o O o !me was when a three-year-old asen and Mrs. W. C. Skjerven, Visiting school Tuesday, it was[gentleman with whom I am on clothing. [quite friendly terms, expressed the Mrs. W. C Skjerven received the /wish for a two-wheel bicycle for puncutality prize, Mrs. Paul Meberg [ Christmas. Here I'd been thinking was given a birthday gift and Mrs. [of him as being a picture-book or P. S. Olufson was given a going [a rocking-horse man. No sir. he has away gift. a thrilling sight to see so many boys and girls, with bright and shining faces making a mad scramble in their haste to get to the various rooms. The first graders were so shy and tiny, but the older ones' who were familiar with the build- ing knew the ropes and made themselves at home quickly. For e first day, the upper grade pu- pils are allowed to pick their own seats. The boys invariably latch on- to those in the back of the room. leaving those up front, under the watchful eyes of the teacher, for the girls. Of course every boy wants his best buddy as handy as possible, just in case anything of importance should develop.. This Utopian sit- uation lasts only for the first day because the teacher soon changes things. He or she is wise to all the exciting things that may come of having a couple of pals homestead- ed in the same neighborhood in the schoolroom. o 0 o While most kids have a natural affinity for school, the custom now in style, I learned this week. is that an admission of liking school . puts a kid in bad with his friends. The 'gang" just doesn't cotton this season to sissies who indicate in any wa  that they ' actually LIKE the idea of going back to school. Just what would become of moth- ers if they had the kids at home 12 months in the year)is dreadful to contemplate. Just to find out what Morn thinks about the opening of school I asked a few of-'em about it. Most of them  wele ' outspoken in their answers and its was only the mothers who were sending a child off to school for the first time that were really regretful, ooo One woman told me that it was only the knowledge that school would eventually start that kept her on the beam these last weeks. She said her back yard had been a mecca all summer for about nine boys around 10 and 11 years old and the warwhoops of make-believe In- dians, together with the rat a tat tat of machine guns, etc etc had given her some sort of complex. Corequently, she looked upon the beginning of school as a life saver, more or less. and could hardly wait for the peace and quiet to set in. Another mother said her two girls had taken a cooking and baking streak during vacation and at the drop of the proverbial hat would whip up some concoction that no- body had ever tasted before. The result was that the grocery bill had jumped scandalously high, some prized dishes had been broken in the pursuit of culinary art and. worst of all. every member of the family had developed digestive troubles. This mother was antici- 3 lbs Transcedt CRAB APPLES _ 49 Seedless GRAPES _._ 2 Ilu 2So Jonathan APPLES ___ 2 Ibs 39c $2.10 4 '1 oo BIlly BOY =" JELLY "FARMDALE" WHOUI KKRNIK or GRJEAM . . @Tt |l Stage Show & Dance QUALITY MEATS "'Jim' ADAMS TUES. SEPT. 15 PORK CHOPS--Center FOR LESS s.o.00 ....................... PRESENTING i! II 'THE MUSTARD FARM' Swift's Essex ' CERVELAT SUMMER SAUSAGE .......... Ib 45c II F.turi.g O.,r Du,y BACON S00UARES, sugar 00ur., ........... -__ Ib "; II Both in comedy parts. |] Also vodville and dance ARMOUR!S' PICNICS. ready-to-eat ........... Ib 35c | FREE to patrons of the J show.Sh0w starts 8:30 PAN-READY SPRING CHICKENS ........... Ib 49 -,A- . SCHOOL SUPPLIES, lois of 'era Chewing gum, tablets, pencils. All you do is to study hard for 18 years, than pick up a few good books and finish your education at home. Thank you so much. Mrs. Joe. V. Kouba for the plums. We were not around when you were in. Got talk- ing to John L. Lewis and the hours are cut from 108 a wek to 107..Itl seems to me they deport some oft the wrong fellows. EYOLFSON DRUG T. W. Eyolfson, Prop. Park River, N.D. Phone 6 I . . P. S. We never thought we'd live to see the day when a woman's crowning glory would be a neck clip! adv. Joann Christianson of Park Riv- er has enrolled at the College of Medical Technolog in Minneapo- lis for the coming year. She is a 1955 WCAS graduate. $50 Reward $50. Reward for infor- mation leading to the ap- prehension of the person or persons stealing auto- motive parts off junked cars on my property Io- cated approximately one mile south of Pisek. John Darkow "Fergm! Just watch YOUR hat and coati" New Fall Stock JACKETS Some Completely Washable . . . Corduroy in colors and others $4.95 to $5.95 MACA JACS Latest patterns  dhect from the woolen mills--- 4 pockets and zipper front. (You pay more elsewhere) $15.50 $22.50 $23.50 PANTS -- large stock. Up to 25% off on smaller sizes. -A- TOP COATS-- Regular lengths and longs $19.50 to $35.00 (Alterations on men's and women's garments and furs) Ebbsen's Next to the Theatre Park River, N. D. PEACHES, Cal Top, 2V= can 4 for $1.00 Welch's 10 oz jar GRAPE JELLY ................ 2 for 49c Gedney's Quart HOME STYLE DILLS ............ 2 for 75c Ole Grimes 21/2 can PORK & BEANS ................ 2 for 39c Skippy 13 oz jar PEANUT BUTTER .............. each 43 HUNT'S APRICOTS, 21/2 can ...... 2 for 55c Crushed, Chunk, Tidbits 211 can DOLE PINEAPPLE ............ 5 for $1.00 Dole 46 oz can PINEAPPLE JUICE ............ 2 for 63c SPRY ................... 3 Ib can each 91c Back to School Sale Sept.8 9 10 Swanson's 8 CHICKEN POT PIES .......... 4 for North State lb plug WHOLE STRAWBERRIES ........ 2 for 77 Florida Gold 6 oz ca ORANGE JUICE .............. 6 for $1. 00 MEATS SPARERIBS ...................... Ib 39 PORK ROAST .................... Ib 43 BULK LARD ................... 2 Ibs 29 PORK LINK SAUSAGE ............ Ib 496 10c off each package ................ its & Vegetabl GIANT OXYDOL each,' Frg es New $1.00 size WOODBURY SHAMPOO ........ each 59c SEEDLESS GRAPES ............ 2 Ibs 3 6 Fluffy, Lemon or Vanilla 2 for price oil .............. 0 I=KI=I=N t'IPPIR5 lb FLUFFY ANGEL PIE MIX ............ 38c ................ BANANAS ................ Ib I 8e FRESH FROZEN FOOD ,o BoY CARFOTS, cello be;-::::2 for 29' At Market Price "0 LEMONADE, Sea Mist, 6 oz ..... 8 cans $1.00 PEARS, PRUNES, PEACHES FOR CANNIFI we BUY EGGS , WE GIVE .," GREEN STAMPS ' LOCKERS GROCERIES MEA r$ I! S.oRT things done we'd planned while the kids were home from school dur- ing vacation! The time just went too fast and now it's fall again. So goes the lament of parents, pupils and even teachers as they heed the ringing of the school bell this week. Last spring when school closed, youngsters eagerly looked forward to the weeks of care free leisure mvmm[ :tabre:;oo,itdre?;e thsefr:im:?:[ TED WRITES A LETTER nt to huy, sell, rent , , Dear Folks- i I wont be surprised if he puts the/ A lot of "eo le eem -o --" " ] ..... / bite on me for car or anyway a| ..... p. s . an- I ,- | hot rod After that then what' Air [omer ,ester is sue, OUX; m,s time it's  T-11 TC#fl t |1 planes 'helicopter's or what "have| strictly business. I | JL LJ.A.,a vv .la.V&J. ' | !- |[ you? To the little boy who can't go DOROTHY GRAY I " I , to school until next year, I say be HOT WEATHER SPECIALS I patient -- next year will be here Hot weather cologne, large bottle with i before you know it and those four- I Reg. $2.00 NOW $1.00 She lyear-olds you're stuck with this Texture Lotion,, - large bottle claims with the start of school, her girls become kitchen-shy, especially when it comes to dishwashing. It's one extreme or the other. oOo In my quest for reactions to the opening of school, the saddest fel- low I encountered was a big, strap- ping five-year-old, whose birthday was on the wrong side of January they expected to have with text Ifirst and he couldn't start to school books firmly elosd for the year. To this year. The buddies he'd been hear,, tlttm tell it, about that tn-ne, playing with the last two or three school as something they'd had years, suddenly took on a new way enough of and would never miss. i of life and he was left out. He tag- But come fall and the first day of ged along with his pals right up to school, there they are eagerly wait- i the school yard but when they ing in long lines at the schoolhouse [ went inside he loitered around out door to get inside to begin the l front, wondering what to do. He old routine all over again! I kicked a couple stones off the walk year for playmates, will be in your boots. o O o This reminds me of the story of a soldier who was filling out a ques- tionnaire df some kind. One of the questions was: "What were you be- fore you got into the army?" His answer: "Happy." Very likely that is what my little friend will say when he looks back upon his care free life as a five-year-old, in a couple of years or so R Reg. $2.00 NOW $1.00 Quick Cleanser, Not So Large Reg. $2.00 NOW $1.00 Dry Skin Cleanser Large Size Reg. $2.00 NOW $1.00 Dry Skin Cleanser (This must weigh a pound and what would any thinking person do with that unless they had 8 daughters?) Anyhow, it was $3.50, NOW $1.00 These are Hot Weather Specials, so hurry. It can cool off awful quick in these parts. I You should try PH 7 Rexall tooth- Harmony C|ub Has/paste at 47c. We have at least I00 Instdl||ation Meet [customers who like it. One, lady we have noticed in particular--her Installation of officers was the teeth are like stars, (Oh. no they main order of business when the done come out at night--they shine. \\; THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER try a Press Want By o O o and began trudging sadly toward Harmony Homemaker club met at To those of us who lead a tread- I hme. Nobody to play with. His the home of Mrs. M. O. Johnson only hope is to find some other bo August 29. mill type of life, it seems incredible I ' " y who s m the same fix as he s Of that there could be such a thing as l .... Mrs. Earl Johnson is the new 1 /course his friends will be coming too much vacation. Imagine hav'ng , " " I president, Mrs.. C. Skjerven, vice all the time in the world to do as home after school, but it won't be/P resident, Mrs. C. E. Lien, Sr, sec- you please. No alarm clock to wake ]quite the same. In no time at all. }retary, Mrs Lloyd Harris treasurer you up from a sound sleep, which Ithey" will become experienced/and Mrs. Theodore Hanson, report- is always most enjoyable just be- school 'men,' doing all kinds of in- [er Mrs. Fred Silliman acted as in- fore getting up time. No set time to teresting things he doesn't know a stalling officer. go to work or school, to eat or go thing about. Projects leaders appointed a r e: to bed. Sounds like heaven on o O o Mrs. Leslie Nappen and Mrs. Fred earth... But them as has tried it Seems to me kids do develop Hultstrand. home management; say even that delightful routine has grown up tastes much earlier than Mrs. Mary Oaks and Mrs. Ben Mid- its drawbacks and gets monotonous, they used to. A surprising thing to dendorf, foods: Mrs. Norence Lova- o O o !me was when a three-year-old asen and Mrs. W. C. Skjerven, Visiting school Tuesday, it was[gentleman with whom I am on clothing. [quite friendly terms, expressed the Mrs. W. C Skjerven received the /wish for a two-wheel bicycle for puncutality prize, Mrs. Paul Meberg [ Christmas. Here I'd been thinking was given a birthday gift and Mrs. [of him as being a picture-book or P. S. Olufson was given a going [a rocking-horse man. No sir. he has away gift. a thrilling sight to see so many boys and girls, with bright and shining faces making a mad scramble in their haste to get to the various rooms. The first graders were so shy and tiny, but the older ones' who were familiar with the build- ing knew the ropes and made themselves at home quickly. For e first day, the upper grade pu- pils are allowed to pick their own seats. The boys invariably latch on- to those in the back of the room. leaving those up front, under the watchful eyes of the teacher, for the girls. Of course every boy wants his best buddy as handy as possible, just in case anything of importance should develop.. This Utopian sit- uation lasts only for the first day because the teacher soon changes things. He or she is wise to all the exciting things that may come of having a couple of pals homestead- ed in the same neighborhood in the schoolroom. o 0 o While most kids have a natural affinity for school, the custom now in style, I learned this week. is that an admission of liking school . puts a kid in bad with his friends. The 'gang" just doesn't cotton this season to sissies who indicate in any wa  that they ' actually LIKE the idea of going back to school. Just what would become of moth- ers if they had the kids at home 12 months in the year)is dreadful to contemplate. Just to find out what Morn thinks about the opening of school I asked a few of-'em about it. Most of them  wele ' outspoken in their answers and its was only the mothers who were sending a child off to school for the first time that were really regretful, ooo One woman told me that it was only the knowledge that school would eventually start that kept her on the beam these last weeks. She said her back yard had been a mecca all summer for about nine boys around 10 and 11 years old and the warwhoops of make-believe In- dians, together with the rat a tat tat of machine guns, etc etc had given her some sort of complex. Corequently, she looked upon the beginning of school as a life saver, more or less. and could hardly wait for the peace and quiet to set in. Another mother said her two girls had taken a cooking and baking streak during vacation and at the drop of the proverbial hat would whip up some concoction that no- body had ever tasted before. The result was that the grocery bill had jumped scandalously high, some prized dishes had been broken in the pursuit of culinary art and. worst of all. every member of the family had developed digestive troubles. This mother was antici- 3 lbs Transcedt CRAB APPLES _ 49 Seedless GRAPES _._ 2 Ilu 2So Jonathan APPLES ___ 2 Ibs 39c $2.10 4 '1 oo BIlly BOY =" JELLY "FARMDALE" WHOUI KKRNIK or GRJEAM . . @Tt |l Stage Show & Dance QUALITY MEATS "'Jim' ADAMS TUES. SEPT. 15 PORK CHOPS--Center FOR LESS s.o.00 ....................... PRESENTING i! II 'THE MUSTARD FARM' Swift's Essex ' CERVELAT SUMMER SAUSAGE .......... Ib 45c II F.turi.g O.,r Du,y BACON S00UARES, sugar 00ur., ........... -__ Ib "; II Both in comedy parts. |] Also vodville and dance ARMOUR!S' PICNICS. ready-to-eat ........... Ib 35c | FREE to patrons of the J show.Sh0w starts 8:30 PAN-READY SPRING CHICKENS ........... Ib 49 -,A- . SCHOOL SUPPLIES, lois of 'era Chewing gum, tablets, pencils. All you do is to study hard for 18 years, than pick up a few good books and finish your education at home. Thank you so much. Mrs. Joe. V. Kouba for the plums. We were not around when you were in. Got talk- ing to John L. Lewis and the hours are cut from 108 a wek to 107..Itl seems to me they deport some oft the wrong fellows. EYOLFSON DRUG T. W. Eyolfson, Prop. Park River, N.D. Phone 6 I . . P. S. We never thought we'd live to see the day when a woman's crowning glory would be a neck clip! adv. Joann Christianson of Park Riv- er has enrolled at the College of Medical Technolog in Minneapo- lis for the coming year. She is a 1955 WCAS graduate. $50 Reward $50. Reward for infor- mation leading to the ap- prehension of the person or persons stealing auto- motive parts off junked cars on my property Io- cated approximately one mile south of Pisek. John Darkow "Fergm! Just watch YOUR hat and coati" New Fall Stock JACKETS Some Completely Washable . . . Corduroy in colors and others $4.95 to $5.95 MACA JACS Latest patterns  dhect from the woolen mills--- 4 pockets and zipper front. (You pay more elsewhere) $15.50 $22.50 $23.50 PANTS -- large stock. Up to 25% off on smaller sizes. -A- TOP COATS-- Regular lengths and longs $19.50 to $35.00 (Alterations on men's and women's garments and furs) Ebbsen's Next to the Theatre Park River, N. D. PEACHES, Cal Top, 2V= can 4 for $1.00 Welch's 10 oz jar GRAPE JELLY ................ 2 for 49c Gedney's Quart HOME STYLE DILLS ............ 2 for 75c Ole Grimes 21/2 can PORK & BEANS ................ 2 for 39c Skippy 13 oz jar PEANUT BUTTER .............. each 43 HUNT'S APRICOTS, 21/2 can ...... 2 for 55c Crushed, Chunk, Tidbits 211 can DOLE PINEAPPLE ............ 5 for $1.00 Dole 46 oz can PINEAPPLE JUICE ............ 2 for 63c SPRY ................... 3 Ib can each 91c Back to School Sale Sept.8 9 10 Swanson's 8 CHICKEN POT PIES .......... 4 for North State lb plug WHOLE STRAWBERRIES ........ 2 for 77 Florida Gold 6 oz ca ORANGE JUICE .............. 6 for $1. 00 MEATS SPARERIBS ...................... Ib 39 PORK ROAST .................... Ib 43 BULK LARD ................... 2 Ibs 29 PORK LINK SAUSAGE ............ Ib 496 10c off each package ................ its & Vegetabl GIANT OXYDOL each,' Frg es New $1.00 size WOODBURY SHAMPOO ........ each 59c SEEDLESS GRAPES ............ 2 Ibs 3 6 Fluffy, Lemon or Vanilla 2 for price oil .............. 0 I=KI=I=N t'IPPIR5 lb FLUFFY ANGEL PIE MIX ............ 38c ................ BANANAS ................ Ib I 8e FRESH FROZEN FOOD ,o BoY CARFOTS, cello be;-::::2 for 29' At Market Price "0 LEMONADE, Sea Mist, 6 oz ..... 8 cans $1.00 PEARS, PRUNES, PEACHES FOR CANNIFI we BUY EGGS , WE GIVE .," GREEN STAMPS ' LOCKERS GROCERIES MEA r$