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t: WT.RW COUNTY P PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA PAGE SEPTEMBER 23, 1954 the Churches I Park River News EPISCOPAL service at 9:45 a. m. S. A. Glasgow, rector CHURCH Radliff, pastor 9:45 a. m. Morning 11 o'clock each Sunday. --...... RIVER LUTHERAN Parish Mr. and Mrs. M.S. Bateman made a trip to Fargo Sunday. While there Mr. Bateman attended the North Dakota Automobile Dealer's convention. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amstrup of West Fargo were week end vis- itors at the home of their son, Rob- ert Amstrup and Jamily. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pederson were the Gerald Pederson family of Langdon, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lar- son and daughters, Marsha, Janice and Debra of Larimore. Mrs. Gerald Pederson will be remembered lo- cally as the former Lois Welsh, a Park River Grade school teacher. Mrs. Harold Flaten and son, Ste- Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kinsala of phen Mark. spent the week end at Santa Monica, Calif., arrived last the Herbert Thompson home in A1- Wednesday to visit with Mr. Kin- varado, Minn., with Mrs. Emil Kal- sala's mother, lrs. David Kinsala, gard, Mrs. Flaten's mother, and with other relatives. POTATO Sunday worship is SUnday school, 10:45. Circle Tuesday at 2:30. meets Sept. 28 at the Mrs. Seline Bjorneby Sept. 28. Meet at the 7:30 for rides. Sunday worship, Valley: Claire Hobart, rausician and composer, will a Concert at 8 p. m. Thurs- meeting of deafens and I at the parsonage. E. Smestad, pastor CATHOLIC mass every aSturday ..in the church. Pt 26: Masses at 8 and 9 BAPTIST 26: morning worship ser- school 10 a. m Classes kges. Morning worship at 11 t worship at 11. Gospel from the tower at 7:15. prayer meeting in the at 7:30. Evening service, song service with special services. Evangelical Irving Standley from will be here for both All welcome. prayer meeting Wed. at LUTHERAN Parish Sept. 23: League fellow- church, Fairdale 8 Sept. 26: St. Peter worship 9:45 a. m. Garfield service a. m. Hitterdal Luther Lea- P.m. L. Bervig, pastor LUTHERAN Parish Sat. Parish confirmation 9 a. m. Seniors at Youth service 9:30. SChool at 10:45. worship at 11:10 at 10 a. m. Sunday school at No worship service this Bergegon, Pastor South Trinity Sept. 24. Mr. and Hobart will present the : 9 a. m. Junior confirma- O'clock, Senior class. Sept 26: Sunday school, Worship service with in- Sunday school teachers Sept 23, 2:30 p. m. Remember the mission 25: Jr confirmation. I Worship service 9 am. i of Sunday school teach- Sunday school at The LCR will meet at E. Johnson, pastor Stole My Wife the 26-year-old Am- veteran who was ira- the Reds, tells for first marriage to a Czecho- girl who is being held the Communists--in The Weekly with Sunday's on sale at Eyolf- John A. Ferguson returned after an absence of three She visited in Grand Forks on-in-law and daughter, Lloyd Gullickson, at with her son. Bill and family, in Napoleon son-in-law and daugh- and Mrs C. F. Swanke and with her mother, Mrs. and her brother-in-law Mr and Mrs. Wendell llll, WOLD OPTOMETRIST WILL HOLD A Visual Clinic AT Park River rs. Sept. 30 WINDsoR HOTEL See Wold end See Better Robert Bork went to Minor this week to attend a banker's conven- tion. Mrs. Sena Bjornstad left Satur- day for a three weeks visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bena at Pekin, N. D. Dinner guests Monday at the Jay Penas home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Staven and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goodspeed of Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Tollefson and family of West Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Wick and family of Brocket were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Englerth. Mrs. Tollefson is Mrs. Englerth's cousin and Mr. Wick is her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brett and son, Glen and Lorraine Wiste of Spokane, Wash., arrived Saturday to spend the week here with rel- atives and friends. Miss Wiste and Glen Brett will he married this evening (Thursday) in Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nappen, Mrs. Alex Ford, Mrs. Harry Larson, Mrs. John Peterson and Mrs. Oscar Stromli were in Grand Forks Sun- day. The women attended a Sunday School teachers meeting at the Presbyterian church. Mrs. T. Bakke spent last week in Bismarck with her sisters, Clara and Bertha Ellingson. Clara return- ed to Park River with Mrs. Bakke md will resume her teaching posi- tion at the WCAS. She has spent the summer working at the Bur- leigh county welfare office in Bis- marck. Pinto & Saddle Horse AUCTION SAT., OCT. 2, Starts at noon 4 mi west, I mi north of Fort Totten or 24 mi SW of Devils Lake, N. D. 52 SUCKING COLTS (from registered Palimino quarter horse stallions) 20 QUARTER HORSE COLTS ? SHETLAND COLTS 7 WORK AND SADDLE HORSES Harness Collars Bridles 1 Good Buggy GESKE PINTO RANCH OWNERS OBERON, N. D. Sylvester Wallace, auctioneer V.A. Halberg, clerk GROWERS We have a large stock of bearings, sprockets and chain for Olson Rote- Beaters and for po- tato harvesters. I ALSO HAVE STOC= OF TRUCK TARPS T. F. MEAGHER & SON Park River, N.D. Dial 22741 ONLY the FORD Pickup from. From is 34  wide full length, for greater stability, more room for engine servicing. Ford gives you a stronger front axle--2,600 lbs. capacity! every angle more Pickup for your monev FORD. v ONLY FORD offers such unlimited visibility. Widest windshield of any leading make truck. Power Brakes, available at low extra cost, make stop- ping up to 25 % easier. ONLY FORD gives you toggle-type tailgate latches, for quieter, more effective seal. Tai]goTe in position shown is rigid platform, thanks  special reinforced construction. ONLY FORD gives you Triple Economy: 1. Modern short-stroke engine design lengthens engine life, saves gas. V-8 or Six. 2. Work-saving comfort, in Ford's neW Driverized Cabs. 3. Trip-saving capacity-- Ford's 45.cubic foot Pickup box is one of the biggest!  or some of the angles to watch when y by a Pickup. COMPARE--see how Ford stands out! FORD A DVA NTAGE S r Pickup Modem short-stroke engine design in choice of YES both overhead-valve V-8 and Six Deep-skirt crankcase for better bearing support, smOother performance, longer engine life Integral valve guides for cooler running valves with up to 50% longer life Front tread width 60.6" or more, for easier steering, greater stability Total brake lining area 179 square inches or more for safer stopping Standard cab glass area 2,103 square inches or more, for greater visibility Seat shock snubbers to damp out road shocks, give smoother ride Non-sag Z-type seat springs for :c.ger-lasting resilience Pickup "-, --i PIcup! Pickup Pickup '.'C .... " "G" 'T' NO NO NO t .*40 , YES NO NO NO YES YES NO NO NO NO YES NO NO NO NO YES NO NO NO NO ...m.,.mmm.., YES NO NO NO NO YES NO NO NO NO YES NO NO NO NO . OverdrlvemaximUm gastransmissioneconomy available for YES NO NO NO YES Now's the time to trade for one of the new... FORD TRIPLE ECONOMY TRUCKS MORE TRUCK FOR YOUR MONEYI ,.r..,.. Bateman Motors Park River, North Dakota M.S. Bateman, Prop; Dial 22721 t: WT.RW COUNTY P PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA PAGE SEPTEMBER 23, 1954 the Churches I Park River News EPISCOPAL service at 9:45 a. m. S. A. Glasgow, rector CHURCH Radliff, pastor 9:45 a. m. Morning 11 o'clock each Sunday. --...... RIVER LUTHERAN Parish Mr. and Mrs. M.S. Bateman made a trip to Fargo Sunday. While there Mr. Bateman attended the North Dakota Automobile Dealer's convention. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amstrup of West Fargo were week end vis- itors at the home of their son, Rob- ert Amstrup and Jamily. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pederson were the Gerald Pederson family of Langdon, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lar- son and daughters, Marsha, Janice and Debra of Larimore. Mrs. Gerald Pederson will be remembered lo- cally as the former Lois Welsh, a Park River Grade school teacher. Mrs. Harold Flaten and son, Ste- Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kinsala of phen Mark. spent the week end at Santa Monica, Calif., arrived last the Herbert Thompson home in A1- Wednesday to visit with Mr. Kin- varado, Minn., with Mrs. Emil Kal- sala's mother, lrs. David Kinsala, gard, Mrs. Flaten's mother, and with other relatives. POTATO Sunday worship is SUnday school, 10:45. Circle Tuesday at 2:30. meets Sept. 28 at the Mrs. Seline Bjorneby Sept. 28. Meet at the 7:30 for rides. Sunday worship, Valley: Claire Hobart, rausician and composer, will a Concert at 8 p. m. Thurs- meeting of deafens and I at the parsonage. E. Smestad, pastor CATHOLIC mass every aSturday ..in the church. Pt 26: Masses at 8 and 9 BAPTIST 26: morning worship ser- school 10 a. m Classes kges. Morning worship at 11 t worship at 11. Gospel from the tower at 7:15. prayer meeting in the at 7:30. Evening service, song service with special services. Evangelical Irving Standley from will be here for both All welcome. prayer meeting Wed. at LUTHERAN Parish Sept. 23: League fellow- church, Fairdale 8 Sept. 26: St. Peter worship 9:45 a. m. Garfield service a. m. Hitterdal Luther Lea- P.m. L. Bervig, pastor LUTHERAN Parish Sat. Parish confirmation 9 a. m. Seniors at Youth service 9:30. SChool at 10:45. worship at 11:10 at 10 a. m. Sunday school at No worship service this Bergegon, Pastor South Trinity Sept. 24. Mr. and Hobart will present the : 9 a. m. Junior confirma- O'clock, Senior class. Sept 26: Sunday school, Worship service with in- Sunday school teachers Sept 23, 2:30 p. m. Remember the mission 25: Jr confirmation. I Worship service 9 am. i of Sunday school teach- Sunday school at The LCR will meet at E. Johnson, pastor Stole My Wife the 26-year-old Am- veteran who was ira- the Reds, tells for first marriage to a Czecho- girl who is being held the Communists--in The Weekly with Sunday's on sale at Eyolf- John A. Ferguson returned after an absence of three She visited in Grand Forks on-in-law and daughter, Lloyd Gullickson, at with her son. Bill and family, in Napoleon son-in-law and daugh- and Mrs C. F. Swanke and with her mother, Mrs. and her brother-in-law Mr and Mrs. Wendell llll, WOLD OPTOMETRIST WILL HOLD A Visual Clinic AT Park River rs. Sept. 30 WINDsoR HOTEL See Wold end See Better Robert Bork went to Minor this week to attend a banker's conven- tion. Mrs. Sena Bjornstad left Satur- day for a three weeks visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bena at Pekin, N. D. Dinner guests Monday at the Jay Penas home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Staven and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goodspeed of Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Tollefson and family of West Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Wick and family of Brocket were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Englerth. Mrs. Tollefson is Mrs. Englerth's cousin and Mr. Wick is her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brett and son, Glen and Lorraine Wiste of Spokane, Wash., arrived Saturday to spend the week here with rel- atives and friends. Miss Wiste and Glen Brett will he married this evening (Thursday) in Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nappen, Mrs. Alex Ford, Mrs. Harry Larson, Mrs. John Peterson and Mrs. Oscar Stromli were in Grand Forks Sun- day. The women attended a Sunday School teachers meeting at the Presbyterian church. Mrs. T. Bakke spent last week in Bismarck with her sisters, Clara and Bertha Ellingson. Clara return- ed to Park River with Mrs. Bakke md will resume her teaching posi- tion at the WCAS. She has spent the summer working at the Bur- leigh county welfare office in Bis- marck. Pinto & Saddle Horse AUCTION SAT., OCT. 2, Starts at noon 4 mi west, I mi north of Fort Totten or 24 mi SW of Devils Lake, N. D. 52 SUCKING COLTS (from registered Palimino quarter horse stallions) 20 QUARTER HORSE COLTS ? SHETLAND COLTS 7 WORK AND SADDLE HORSES Harness Collars Bridles 1 Good Buggy GESKE PINTO RANCH OWNERS OBERON, N. D. Sylvester Wallace, auctioneer V.A. Halberg, clerk GROWERS We have a large stock of bearings, sprockets and chain for Olson Rote- Beaters and for po- tato harvesters. I ALSO HAVE STOC= OF TRUCK TARPS T. F. MEAGHER & SON Park River, N.D. Dial 22741 ONLY the FORD Pickup from. From is 34  wide full length, for greater stability, more room for engine servicing. Ford gives you a stronger front axle--2,600 lbs. capacity! every angle more Pickup for your monev FORD. v ONLY FORD offers such unlimited visibility. Widest windshield of any leading make truck. Power Brakes, available at low extra cost, make stop- ping up to 25 % easier. ONLY FORD gives you toggle-type tailgate latches, for quieter, more effective seal. Tai]goTe in position shown is rigid platform, thanks  special reinforced construction. ONLY FORD gives you Triple Economy: 1. Modern short-stroke engine design lengthens engine life, saves gas. V-8 or Six. 2. Work-saving comfort, in Ford's neW Driverized Cabs. 3. Trip-saving capacity-- Ford's 45.cubic foot Pickup box is one of the biggest!  or some of the angles to watch when y by a Pickup. COMPARE--see how Ford stands out! FORD A DVA NTAGE S r Pickup Modem short-stroke engine design in choice of YES both overhead-valve V-8 and Six Deep-skirt crankcase for better bearing support, smOother performance, longer engine life Integral valve guides for cooler running valves with up to 50% longer life Front tread width 60.6" or more, for easier steering, greater stability Total brake lining area 179 square inches or more for safer stopping Standard cab glass area 2,103 square inches or more, for greater visibility Seat shock snubbers to damp out road shocks, give smoother ride Non-sag Z-type seat springs for :c.ger-lasting resilience Pickup "-, --i PIcup! Pickup Pickup '.'C .... " "G" 'T' NO NO NO t .*40 , YES NO NO NO YES YES NO NO NO NO YES NO NO NO NO YES NO NO NO NO ...m.,.mmm.., YES NO NO NO NO YES NO NO NO NO YES NO NO NO NO . OverdrlvemaximUm gastransmissioneconomy available for YES NO NO NO YES Now's the time to trade for one of the new... FORD TRIPLE ECONOMY TRUCKS MORE TRUCK FOR YOUR MONEYI ,.r..,.. Bateman Motors Park River, North Dakota M.S. Bateman, Prop; Dial 22721