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PAGE FOIFR WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, Grade School News Sigh Grade Marvin Ackerland and Richard Olson and Ronald Roaistad are new pupils in our grade. We had oak leaves to look at and draw for science. We are going to study other trees also. In geography we are learning about the British Isles. Our history lessons are about the Egyptians and their pyramids are very interesting. Seventh Grade The 7th grade is looking forward to the introduction of a new subject. This year science has been added to the schedule. The new and latest texts are expected to arrive from the publishers any day. The reorganization of the library has about been completed and soon will be a center of activity for all students and teachers. Inadvertent- ly the name of Judith Pederson of the 7th grade was omitted as a li- brary assistant. The staff is now composed of three students under the direction of Mrs. LierL The 7th grade has organized a lit- elry club. The leaders are Nancy Mahrer and Geraldine Bogert. We expect to hear more about this club lmr. Third Grade TWo new children have entered i cmr grade this year. Darlene Delvo went to school last year in Pisek end Evelyn AckeHand came from Hamilton City, Calif. , We, are making farm scenes on  table for a geography project. @eene will be changed to show nt types of farm communities b study them. The first one is a ral farm, the next one will be iry farm. SPECIAL THANKS IN A VERY SPECIAL WAY I want to thank Dr. Piltingsrud and Dr. Countryman for their ser- vices, the nursing staff and all the sisters at St. Ansgar's hospital for their minstrations to me during the 45 days I was their paUent Special thanks to the blood don- ors, Chas. Houska, Frank Kadlee jr., my brothers, Melvin and Win. Houska, and to those who volun- teered to give blood were Mrs. Ted W. Paur, Ludger Kadlec, Cyrill Houska, Louis Loveik Sr., and Don- ald Houska. I do want to thank my mother, Mrs. Rose Houska, in a special way for taking care of my home and family and all those who helped in any way. These include Mr. and Mrs. Ted A. Paur, Gilby; Mr and Mrs. Frank Foerster and Yvonne, the Carl Botner family, Mr. and and Mrs. Wm Houska, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Houska and Mrs. Jos. A. Kouba. I do thank all my friends, neigh- bors and relatives who sent flow- ers, gifts, letters and cards and visited me at the hospital to make my long stay shorter and more en- joyable. ,,Thtis includes Father Roth, Father O Mear and Father Toman- ok. Special thanks to Mrs. Lionel Grinter for her kindness in offering to teach for me until I recuperate. ! thank you all from the bottom of my heart. ---Mrs. Elmer Bother, Pisek Miss Gertrude Quam of South Pasadena, Calif., formerly of St. Thomas, was a week end gue of Mrs. Thomas Meagher and x. Howard Dtsher, Mrs, Thorleif Moe and sons, Mer- lyn and Gaylin, Ellen Hey and EI- vira :$ohnson were visiton at the Alfred KJelland home Sept. 17.. =__ ,i Armour's Star (Ready to t) LOCAL NEWS Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dougherty were Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Davis of Minneapolis. The Pete Fail family was here from Grand Forks Sunday to visit the Joe Fails, parents of Pete Fail. Mrs. Harold Dougherty spent sev- eral days last week in Grand Forks with her sister, Mrs. Leonard Fol- son. Mrs. Melvin Orstad and Mrs. Charles Ramsey have begun work as cooks at the girls and boys dorm- itories in connection with WCAS. The Ernest Hellquist family were in Thief River Falls Sunday to be with Mrs. Hellquist's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Chritsianson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis and daughter, Debra, left this week for Fargo where Robert will attend the NDAC. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gilbertson, Mrs. Adolph Wang and son, Clar- ence, went to Northwood Sunday to attend the wedding of Robert Gil- bertson of Grand Forks and Yvonne Knain. The bridegroom is a nephew of Lloyd Gilbertson. I Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Chally were Mr. and Mrs. Anders Helsing and Diane of St Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chally and Leslie of Adams, the Gtlftd Moen family of Forest Riv- er, Mr and Mrs. Oluf Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson of Edinburg. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Elltngson were Mr. and Mrs. Wari'en Samuelson and daughter, Diane of Adams. Here for the week end at the Ellingson home was Rob- bert Johanneson of Fargo. The Ell- ingson have purchased the Storey residenC in the west part of town. He is Wsh county foreman for the highway department. Gaylln Moe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thor!elf M0e marked his 6th birth- day with a part Sunday afternoon with 10 youngsters as guests. Lunch was served by Mrs. Moo assisted by Elvlra Johnson. Other callers at the Moo home Sunday afternoon were Mrs. Julius Berg, Mrs. K. Johnson, Clara Askim, Diane Lovaasen, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Slette. Press Want Ads Get ReSults I BLIND MUSICIAN TO GIVE CONCERT Claire Hobart, a blind musician and composer, will present a con- cert at Pleasant Valley Lutheran church Thursday evening, Sept. 23 Blind since he was three months old. Mr. Hobart took his place in the public school and college with those not handicappecL He is a graduate of the Taylor Falls High school and Gustavus Adolphus college at St. Peter, Minn. He has also been a missionary to the Latin American countries since 1942. He and his wife are located at Laredo, Texas. Through this concert he proposes to tell the story of his life and ser- vice to Christ in song, word and music. A free-will offering will be received. Pleasant Valley church is located five miles west and two miles south of Park River. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Arthur A. Trovatten DECEASED. NOTICE is hereby given by the undersigned Administratrix of the estate of Arthur A. Trovatten. late of the township of Vernon in the County of Waish and State of North Dakota deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, said decedent to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within three months after the first publication of this notice to the County Court of said county at the office of the County Judge in the city of Grafton in said Walsh County, North Dakota. NOTICE is hereby further given that "the time and place fixed by the court for hearing and adjusting such claims are the 4th day of January, 1955, at ten o'clock A. M. in the Court Rooms of the County Court in the Court House in the City of Grafton in the County of Walsh and State of North Dakota, at which time and place all persons interested in the estate hall show cause why any claim against said estate should not be allowed. Dated this 15th day of September, 1954. Nellie L. Trovatten Adminstratrix Dahl & Dahl Attorney for Adminstratrix. GrafteR, North Dakota. First publication on the rd day of September, 954. 3"O7 1 Want Ads I More Want Ads on Page 7 Wanted: Part time help. Service Cleaners. city Dial 22652. For Sale: 5-room house with bath, full basement. Spencer Dahl, city. For Sale: 7-room house. Oil heat. choice location. Dr. W E Cowger, Phone 36332, city For Sale: '41 Chev 2-door Good con- dition. Ndw tires, radio, heater. Ted Anderson, Park River. *s30 For Sale: Hereford bull 8 roDS old. Also Reg. Hereford bull 4 yrs old Steve Novak, 4 mi NE Pisek ELDERLY WOMAN wants home with Park River family. Needs some care at present. Mrs. Jane Byars, St. Ansgar's hospital, city. FOR SALE: good small Hanson, city. For Rent: large garage for Mrs. Clara Jasmer. city. uings or Saturdays. For Sale: 50 breeding ewes cows and 5 calves. Park River. s*30 For rent: 2-room house age at Adams. Mrs. land, Park River. Lost: blue scarf. AISo, coat, wine collar and ward. Spencer Dahl, For Sale: tulip bulbs, & colors. Reasonable. Veum. Park River Commercial Printing: blotters, staplers at The Time to Win LET US THOROUGHLY CHECK THE ITEMS IMPORTANT For TROUBLE-FREE OPERATION . RADIATOR & HEATER HOSE ANTI FREEZE STRENGTH * BATTERY & TERMINALS "k FLUSH & CHANGE TRANSMISSION AND DIFFERENTIAL . CLEAN AIR CLEANER & ADJUST . SET TIMING AND CLEAN SPARK PLUGS CHECK AND ADJUST BRAKES GREASE COMPLETE FOR ONLY $5.9S (Necessary Parts, Oil, Additional) One Stop Service BATEMAN MOTORS Park River Phone 22721 PICNIC HAMS . . Ib 39c . Negro Head 4 2-3 oz J Hormel 16 o'z tin O/ ' /'" " " ' ' - OYSTERS - 39c I Chili Con Cerne - 25c |  -- Morrell's 00nDli00 li00: J: SNOW CAP LARD - 2Jbs 45c WITH WHAT YO U NT M 0 ST Ill IL II Home Brand 12 oz jar I Home Brand 21 oz jar GRAPE JAM - 17c GRAPE JAM - 27 i Home Brand Strawberry PRESERVES, 21 oz jar Crystal Fancy WHOLE SWEET POTATOES, No. 2V2 can 17 oz tin Marshfield Fancy Short Cut 49c i 29c GREEN BEANS - 2 for 25c Libby's No. 2tin ' ]2.., #' .. #.4 ..,,. , Spears C//''r Pineapple 32 HAWAIIAN Libby's Crushed PiN EAPPLE  NO. 2 tin  l Pineapple 27 - : Flavors {Black Cherry, Orange, Cola & Root Beer) GRAF'S CANNED POP- 6 f'r 55c Hunt's No. 2V2 Tin I Sturgeon Bay R.S.P. APRICOTS 29 | CHERRIES, 17 oz 28c ml | Libby's Sliced or Halves PEACHES, 17 oz tin Libby's SOLID PACK PUMPKIN, 16 oz can, 2 for 27 i Libby's 17 oz tin Fruit Cocktail 2 for 47 .... i Libby's Garden, 17 oz tin Sweet Peas 19 i i .L i Butter-Nut COFFEE, reg. or drip - 15 $1.15 / i i i ii i Libby's CREAM STYLE CORN, 17 oz can, 2 for - 29c I V-8 POWER --for smoothest, ost responsive "Go" Ford is the only car in its field to offer V-8 power! 130-h.p. Y-block, low-friction design gives you sensa- tionally smooth , responsive "Go" in all driving ranges, wrings a/l the power from every drop of gas. BALL-JOINT SUSPENSION --greatest chassis advance in 20 years Ford alone among the low-priced cars has Ball-Joint Front Suspen- sion. All riding and handling is con- sistently easier, and that "new car feel" lasts longer. Lubrication points are reduced from 16 to 4. TREND-SETTING STYLE --it sets a pattern for the industry Only Ford in the low-price field has smooth-lined styling that will stay right in style for years to come. And every Ford has upholstery which is color-blended with interior trim and exterior body color. WIDE CHOICE the widest in the industry You may choose from 3 lines... 28 models. This wide selection includes the world's favorite convertible... and the greatest line of station Wagons in the industry. You have Your choice of V-8 or Six power. t COME IN...LEARN ALL THE POWER ASSISTS --choose just the ones you want Ford offers the most advanced Dower assists in its field. - the kind you d expect in higher-priced cars. There's Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Windows (front and rear) and a 4-Way Power Front Seat. i i , AL...._.L.L THE HIGHEST RESALE VALUE --used car prices prove it Analysis of used car prices shows that Ford returns a higher propor- tion of its original cost at resale than any other car in the low-price field. It's another big reason why it pays to own and drive a Ford! REASONS WHY FORD IS F.C.A. FIRST ! IAATEMAN MOTORS PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA M.S. BATEMAN, PROP. DIAL PAGE FOIFR WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, Grade School News Sigh Grade Marvin Ackerland and Richard Olson and Ronald Roaistad are new pupils in our grade. We had oak leaves to look at and draw for science. We are going to study other trees also. In geography we are learning about the British Isles. Our history lessons are about the Egyptians and their pyramids are very interesting. Seventh Grade The 7th grade is looking forward to the introduction of a new subject. This year science has been added to the schedule. The new and latest texts are expected to arrive from the publishers any day. The reorganization of the library has about been completed and soon will be a center of activity for all students and teachers. Inadvertent- ly the name of Judith Pederson of the 7th grade was omitted as a li- brary assistant. The staff is now composed of three students under the direction of Mrs. LierL The 7th grade has organized a lit- elry club. The leaders are Nancy Mahrer and Geraldine Bogert. We expect to hear more about this club lmr. Third Grade TWo new children have entered i cmr grade this year. Darlene Delvo went to school last year in Pisek end Evelyn AckeHand came from Hamilton City, Calif. , We, are making farm scenes on  table for a geography project. @eene will be changed to show nt types of farm communities b study them. The first one is a ral farm, the next one will be iry farm. SPECIAL THANKS IN A VERY SPECIAL WAY I want to thank Dr. Piltingsrud and Dr. Countryman for their ser- vices, the nursing staff and all the sisters at St. Ansgar's hospital for their minstrations to me during the 45 days I was their paUent Special thanks to the blood don- ors, Chas. Houska, Frank Kadlee jr., my brothers, Melvin and Win. Houska, and to those who volun- teered to give blood were Mrs. Ted W. Paur, Ludger Kadlec, Cyrill Houska, Louis Loveik Sr., and Don- ald Houska. I do want to thank my mother, Mrs. Rose Houska, in a special way for taking care of my home and family and all those who helped in any way. These include Mr. and Mrs. Ted A. Paur, Gilby; Mr and Mrs. Frank Foerster and Yvonne, the Carl Botner family, Mr. and and Mrs. Wm Houska, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Houska and Mrs. Jos. A. Kouba. I do thank all my friends, neigh- bors and relatives who sent flow- ers, gifts, letters and cards and visited me at the hospital to make my long stay shorter and more en- joyable. ,,Thtis includes Father Roth, Father O Mear and Father Toman- ok. Special thanks to Mrs. Lionel Grinter for her kindness in offering to teach for me until I recuperate. ! thank you all from the bottom of my heart. ---Mrs. Elmer Bother, Pisek Miss Gertrude Quam of South Pasadena, Calif., formerly of St. Thomas, was a week end gue of Mrs. Thomas Meagher and x. Howard Dtsher, Mrs, Thorleif Moe and sons, Mer- lyn and Gaylin, Ellen Hey and EI- vira :$ohnson were visiton at the Alfred KJelland home Sept. 17.. =__ ,i Armour's Star (Ready to t) LOCAL NEWS Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dougherty were Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Davis of Minneapolis. The Pete Fail family was here from Grand Forks Sunday to visit the Joe Fails, parents of Pete Fail. Mrs. Harold Dougherty spent sev- eral days last week in Grand Forks with her sister, Mrs. Leonard Fol- son. Mrs. Melvin Orstad and Mrs. Charles Ramsey have begun work as cooks at the girls and boys dorm- itories in connection with WCAS. The Ernest Hellquist family were in Thief River Falls Sunday to be with Mrs. Hellquist's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Chritsianson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis and daughter, Debra, left this week for Fargo where Robert will attend the NDAC. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gilbertson, Mrs. Adolph Wang and son, Clar- ence, went to Northwood Sunday to attend the wedding of Robert Gil- bertson of Grand Forks and Yvonne Knain. The bridegroom is a nephew of Lloyd Gilbertson. I Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Chally were Mr. and Mrs. Anders Helsing and Diane of St Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chally and Leslie of Adams, the Gtlftd Moen family of Forest Riv- er, Mr and Mrs. Oluf Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson of Edinburg. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Elltngson were Mr. and Mrs. Wari'en Samuelson and daughter, Diane of Adams. Here for the week end at the Ellingson home was Rob- bert Johanneson of Fargo. The Ell- ingson have purchased the Storey residenC in the west part of town. He is Wsh county foreman for the highway department. Gaylln Moe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thor!elf M0e marked his 6th birth- day with a part Sunday afternoon with 10 youngsters as guests. Lunch was served by Mrs. Moo assisted by Elvlra Johnson. Other callers at the Moo home Sunday afternoon were Mrs. Julius Berg, Mrs. K. Johnson, Clara Askim, Diane Lovaasen, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Slette. Press Want Ads Get ReSults I BLIND MUSICIAN TO GIVE CONCERT Claire Hobart, a blind musician and composer, will present a con- cert at Pleasant Valley Lutheran church Thursday evening, Sept. 23 Blind since he was three months old. Mr. Hobart took his place in the public school and college with those not handicappecL He is a graduate of the Taylor Falls High school and Gustavus Adolphus college at St. Peter, Minn. He has also been a missionary to the Latin American countries since 1942. He and his wife are located at Laredo, Texas. Through this concert he proposes to tell the story of his life and ser- vice to Christ in song, word and music. A free-will offering will be received. Pleasant Valley church is located five miles west and two miles south of Park River. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Arthur A. Trovatten DECEASED. NOTICE is hereby given by the undersigned Administratrix of the estate of Arthur A. Trovatten. late of the township of Vernon in the County of Waish and State of North Dakota deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, said decedent to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within three months after the first publication of this notice to the County Court of said county at the office of the County Judge in the city of Grafton in said Walsh County, North Dakota. NOTICE is hereby further given that "the time and place fixed by the court for hearing and adjusting such claims are the 4th day of January, 1955, at ten o'clock A. M. in the Court Rooms of the County Court in the Court House in the City of Grafton in the County of Walsh and State of North Dakota, at which time and place all persons interested in the estate hall show cause why any claim against said estate should not be allowed. Dated this 15th day of September, 1954. Nellie L. Trovatten Adminstratrix Dahl & Dahl Attorney for Adminstratrix. GrafteR, North Dakota. First publication on the rd day of September, 954. 3"O7 1 Want Ads I More Want Ads on Page 7 Wanted: Part time help. Service Cleaners. city Dial 22652. For Sale: 5-room house with bath, full basement. Spencer Dahl, city. For Sale: 7-room house. Oil heat. choice location. Dr. W E Cowger, Phone 36332, city For Sale: '41 Chev 2-door Good con- dition. Ndw tires, radio, heater. Ted Anderson, Park River. *s30 For Sale: Hereford bull 8 roDS old. Also Reg. Hereford bull 4 yrs old Steve Novak, 4 mi NE Pisek ELDERLY WOMAN wants home with Park River family. Needs some care at present. Mrs. Jane Byars, St. Ansgar's hospital, city. FOR SALE: good small Hanson, city. For Rent: large garage for Mrs. Clara Jasmer. city. uings or Saturdays. For Sale: 50 breeding ewes cows and 5 calves. Park River. s*30 For rent: 2-room house age at Adams. Mrs. land, Park River. Lost: blue scarf. AISo, coat, wine collar and ward. Spencer Dahl, For Sale: tulip bulbs, & colors. Reasonable. Veum. Park River Commercial Printing: blotters, staplers at The Time to Win LET US THOROUGHLY CHECK THE ITEMS IMPORTANT For TROUBLE-FREE OPERATION . RADIATOR & HEATER HOSE ANTI FREEZE STRENGTH * BATTERY & TERMINALS "k FLUSH & CHANGE TRANSMISSION AND DIFFERENTIAL . CLEAN AIR CLEANER & ADJUST . SET TIMING AND CLEAN SPARK PLUGS CHECK AND ADJUST BRAKES GREASE COMPLETE FOR ONLY $5.9S (Necessary Parts, Oil, Additional) One Stop Service BATEMAN MOTORS Park River Phone 22721 PICNIC HAMS . . Ib 39c . Negro Head 4 2-3 oz J Hormel 16 o'z tin O/ ' /'" " " ' ' - OYSTERS - 39c I Chili Con Cerne - 25c |  -- Morrell's 00nDli00 li00: J: SNOW CAP LARD - 2Jbs 45c WITH WHAT YO U NT M 0 ST Ill IL II Home Brand 12 oz jar I Home Brand 21 oz jar GRAPE JAM - 17c GRAPE JAM - 27 i Home Brand Strawberry PRESERVES, 21 oz jar Crystal Fancy WHOLE SWEET POTATOES, No. 2V2 can 17 oz tin Marshfield Fancy Short Cut 49c i 29c GREEN BEANS - 2 for 25c Libby's No. 2tin ' ]2.., #' .. #.4 ..,,. , Spears C//''r Pineapple 32 HAWAIIAN Libby's Crushed PiN EAPPLE  NO. 2 tin  l Pineapple 27 - : Flavors {Black Cherry, Orange, Cola & Root Beer) GRAF'S CANNED POP- 6 f'r 55c Hunt's No. 2V2 Tin I Sturgeon Bay R.S.P. APRICOTS 29 | CHERRIES, 17 oz 28c ml | Libby's Sliced or Halves PEACHES, 17 oz tin Libby's SOLID PACK PUMPKIN, 16 oz can, 2 for 27 i Libby's 17 oz tin Fruit Cocktail 2 for 47 .... i Libby's Garden, 17 oz tin Sweet Peas 19 i i .L i Butter-Nut COFFEE, reg. or drip - 15 $1.15 / i i i ii i Libby's CREAM STYLE CORN, 17 oz can, 2 for - 29c I V-8 POWER --for smoothest, ost responsive "Go" Ford is the only car in its field to offer V-8 power! 130-h.p. Y-block, low-friction design gives you sensa- tionally smooth , responsive "Go" in all driving ranges, wrings a/l the power from every drop of gas. BALL-JOINT SUSPENSION --greatest chassis advance in 20 years Ford alone among the low-priced cars has Ball-Joint Front Suspen- sion. All riding and handling is con- sistently easier, and that "new car feel" lasts longer. Lubrication points are reduced from 16 to 4. TREND-SETTING STYLE --it sets a pattern for the industry Only Ford in the low-price field has smooth-lined styling that will stay right in style for years to come. And every Ford has upholstery which is color-blended with interior trim and exterior body color. WIDE CHOICE the widest in the industry You may choose from 3 lines... 28 models. This wide selection includes the world's favorite convertible... and the greatest line of station Wagons in the industry. You have Your choice of V-8 or Six power. t COME IN...LEARN ALL THE POWER ASSISTS --choose just the ones you want Ford offers the most advanced Dower assists in its field. - the kind you d expect in higher-priced cars. There's Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Windows (front and rear) and a 4-Way Power Front Seat. i i , AL...._.L.L THE HIGHEST RESALE VALUE --used car prices prove it Analysis of used car prices shows that Ford returns a higher propor- tion of its original cost at resale than any other car in the low-price field. It's another big reason why it pays to own and drive a Ford! REASONS WHY FORD IS F.C.A. FIRST ! IAATEMAN MOTORS PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA M.S. BATEMAN, PROP. DIAL