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PAGE SIX WALSH COUNTY P, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA L r THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, Edinburg Joe Geston and son, Myron and Gerald Brandvold returned Sunday from a two weeks trip to Seattle where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Vernon Geston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lowe and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nyberg and family. Mrs. Raymond and Gary returned with them to visit her parents, the Gestons. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Lyman of Mill- brae, Calif., were callers in town Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.. Edwin Gryde. Albert Broten was a-Sunday din- ner guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Flaten. Harlan Wallum has gone to Val- ley City to enter the State Teachers College for the coming year. Rev. and Mrs. Bergeson enter- tained the Sunday school teachers at their home Sept. 10. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Fingarson was baptised on Monday, Sept. 6 by Rev. Robert Bergeson. Sponsors were Arne and Joan Christianson and Mrs. Ada Dahl. He was named Timothy Frid- ion. Mr. and Mrs. H. Folson have re- sumed their teaching positions at Orr, N. D. Carol Gryde, Christine Sundvor, Joyce N'ygard, Janice Foseide, A1- lyn and Elaine Axvig have gone to Fargo to enroll at Oak Grove high school. Mrs. M. C. Ftaten attended the postmaster's convention in Grand Forks Monday. Mrs A. A. Flaten of MoUntain was a Sunday visitor at the home of her son and duaghter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Flaten. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jensen of Canada spent Thursday to Friday at the home of an aunt, Mrs. Augus- ta Ellingson and with Oscar Elling- son and Alpha Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Arneson of Ryder, N. D. spent a few days here with relatives. Mr. Arneson will teach in the Ryder school this year. The Cheerio birthday club held a pink and blue shower for Mrs. Ver- non Hall Sept. 6. Those present were Mrs. Hall's mother, Mrs. Bak- er of Fargo, Mesdames F. Fingar- son, Merlin Fingarson, Pete Fingar- son, Thora Rike and Pauline. Olga and Mabel Frovarp and Hazel Gal- loway. The V. C. Wooldridge family of I Wheatland, Colo., visited at the I Helmer Frovarps Tuesday, also at] Roy Frovarp's and with other rel- I atives. ] Mrs. Ed Olson, Mrs. Vernon Chal-] ly, Linda, Debbie and Cynthia, of / Park River were Tuesday morning] callers at the Oluf Olson home. A son was born Sept. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rosencrans, at St. Michael's hospital in Grand Forks. Mrs. Ragnar Johnson spent several days at the Rosecrans home last week. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to the host of friends who sent gifts and messages of cheer to Rev. P. O. Laurhammer while in the hospital. To the many who sent memorials and helped in so many ways in our recent sorrow. Special thanks to Dr. T. O. Burntvedt of Minneapolis and Pastor Arthur Ber- vig for their comforting words, to those who provided music, to the Bible camp for .use of the chapel to the doctors, nurses and to the Jensen morturay, to the pallbearers and all who helped us in any way. The family of Rev. P. O. Laurhammer * Pop's Out of TUNE! AND HE'S OUT of tune on his fire.insurance too. "If our place burns down, we'll get only what it was worth six years agol" Better be safe. Better see this Agent TODAY! First State Ins. Agency Park River, N. D. Busy Bee 4H Club Marks Year End Achievement Day for the Busy Bee 4: club of Edinburg was held Aug. 3i in the parlors of the Trin- ity Lutheran church with a large group in attendance. Carol Gryde was in charge of the program which onsisted of a review of the year's work by the members. "The North Dakota Hymn" was sung by the:senior group of girls to open the program after which roll call was answered by giving the name of the demonstration presented at a club meeting. Girls and the report which they presented were Bonnie Berg, "How We Observed National 4-H Week," Betty Byron, "Judging," Ann Mar- ie Brevik. "County 4-H Picnic," Barbara Christenson, "Minimum Requirements," Marilyn Fingarson, "My Part In My Home," Darlene Gutterud, "Rural Youth Sunday," Francis Kertz, "Fire Prevention Program," Louise Kertz, "County Council," Patricia Kertz, "Personal Accounts," Rosemary Kertz, "4-H Club Food Sale," Bonnie Rustan, "Community Health Service," San- dra Stenerson. "My Home Improve- ment trip to Minneapolis," Tim- mie Sonderson, "Story of 4-H Fol- lies Queen Coqtest," Christine Sun, dvor, "4-H Fies Act," Julie Wal- lure, "Local Sh0pping Tour," Lor- etta Windingland, "Silver Case Dis- play," Linda Gire, demonstration on "Table Setting," and Rita Mon- son .demonstration on "Table Man- ners." Several of the girls modeled gar- ments they have made during the summer. Introduced also were new members as well as the new lead- ers. Miss Lara Kristjanson. home extension agent was present and explained the new projects for the coming year. Lunch was served. Adams Local News Mr. Frank Drevecky, Mrs. Clay- ily, Trudy Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. ton Bjorg, Mrs. Clifford Grove and Ted Drevecky and family. Mrs. Vernon Drevecky served the ladies aid in the church parolrs on Sept 9. A group of relatives and friends attended a birthday party for Mrs. Clara Swenson Sept. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Grove, Knute Nelson, Carole and Carmen Grove motored to Northwood Sun- day to visit with Ole Swenson and with the Lewis Olson. They also stopped in Larimore to visit with Mrs. Engbretson and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Daley and girls and Mrs. H. Roe were supper guests at the Ted Daley home in Park River Sunday. Mrs. Jardine of Fairdale called one day last week at the Neis Vig- en home. Mrs. Carl Hendrickson was sur- prised on her birthday when a group of friends and relatives came to her home. They were Mrs. Thos. Olson, Mrs. Clara Swenson, Mrs. iDle Hellem, Mrs. John Gilbertson, i Mrs. Ole Sherven, Mrs. Adolph Ros-" endahl, Mrs. Amelia Olson, Mr. and Mrs Ted Hendrickson and faro- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wallgren, Mrs. Thorn Grove, Christ and Doug- las Grove were dinner guests at the Marriage vows were exchanged Sunday, Sept. 12, by Lois Jean Wi- non Johnson of Adams and John Harley Wambem of Park River. The ceremony was read in Hoff Lu- theran church near Adams by Rev. O. T. Haugen. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Johnson of Adams and Wambem's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Wambem. For her wedding the bride, who was escorted to the altar by her father, chose a floor length gown of white net over taffeta, It was made with a lace bodice and a bouffant skirt. A lace half-hat held her veil and she carried a white Bible top- ped with red roses. Betty Borge of Hoople was maid of honor and wore a gown of royal WANTED! MEN TO TRAIN FOR REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS Age 21 lo 60. Musi be residents of this county iwo or more years. Compeleni appraisers receive $325 lo $350 per monih. Farm experience valuable, "Write Box 637, Care of the Press PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA blue net over taffeta with a velve- teen bodice and bolero. She carried a cascade of pink pompons. Judy Flaten of Park River and Cynthia Johnson. sister of the bride, were bridesmaids and wore matching gowns. Their flowers were yellow pompons. Patti Stenerson and Boni Troft- gruben, niece and cousin of the bride, were flower girls and wore yellow taffeta. Arthur Haas of Park er and Mrs. Laud Tomek of St. Paul, aunts of the and the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Wambem will on a farm west of Park James Stewart of Gilby, WCAS student, spent the week at the Peder Pederson home. attending NDAC this year. Mr. and Mrs. John Bena and daughter, Dorothy and River carried the rings. Earl Gaarder of Park River wa the best man. Groomsmen were Bud and Gordon Ramsey, both of Park River. Ushers were Ernest Stenerson and Myrlin Troftgruben. A reception in the church parlors followed. Mrs. Olga Carlson of St. Paul. an aunt of the bride, and Carol Ramsey cut the cake. Pouring were Mrs. Edwin Wiste. Park Riv- Stevens went to Red Lake l Minn., Sunday to visit at the] Hankey home. Mrs. Bena a longer visit but the others back Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mike and daughter, Beverly, Drayton Saturday evening tend the wedding of Larry asson and Celta Maresh of Lakes, Minn. 00,'oOh smile/ BOTH 86 PROOF. KENTUCKY BLENDED WHISKEY CONTAINS GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS . ED. PHILLIPS & SONS CO., EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS, FARGO / / J / t i NOT dUST A "GOOD I=) E A I...U---- DEAL. I I I II U M L, DSM BILE| / --a Great IDeal More in "Stay-New" Style l a Stand-Out Features I Outstanding Value I INOIN II -SEE IT AT YOUR Super "88" 4.Door Sedan. A Genera/Motort Value. This is the year to make the "Rocket" yours! For this year Oldsmobile is further ahead than ever. Further ahead in big, important things like style leadership.., that long, low-level look that sets you apart from the rest. New "Rocket" Engine power.., remarkably responsive performance for the tightest traffic or the widest open road. Add the dash and dazzle of Oldsmobile's exclusive color styling.., the wide sweep of Oldsmobile's dramatic panoramic windshield.., and every major power feature* you can think of. What's more, there's another big plus. the plus value your "Rocket" Oldsmobile will bring at trade-in time. So don't settle for just any car when you can drive THE car--Oldsmobile! And there's no better time ,than right now to get our liberal appraisal! You'll agree, Oldsmobile's more than just a "good deal".., it's a great deal! Safety Power StPInQ, Power Brakes, Power Windows and Power Ses available at extra od8 iVI ILE NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DEALER'S SILLIMAN IMPLEMENT CO. " Park River, North D aks PAGE SIX WALSH COUNTY P, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA L r THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, Edinburg Joe Geston and son, Myron and Gerald Brandvold returned Sunday from a two weeks trip to Seattle where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Vernon Geston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lowe and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nyberg and family. Mrs. Raymond and Gary returned with them to visit her parents, the Gestons. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Lyman of Mill- brae, Calif., were callers in town Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.. Edwin Gryde. Albert Broten was a-Sunday din- ner guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Flaten. Harlan Wallum has gone to Val- ley City to enter the State Teachers College for the coming year. Rev. and Mrs. Bergeson enter- tained the Sunday school teachers at their home Sept. 10. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Fingarson was baptised on Monday, Sept. 6 by Rev. Robert Bergeson. Sponsors were Arne and Joan Christianson and Mrs. Ada Dahl. He was named Timothy Frid- ion. Mr. and Mrs. H. Folson have re- sumed their teaching positions at Orr, N. D. Carol Gryde, Christine Sundvor, Joyce N'ygard, Janice Foseide, A1- lyn and Elaine Axvig have gone to Fargo to enroll at Oak Grove high school. Mrs. M. C. Ftaten attended the postmaster's convention in Grand Forks Monday. Mrs A. A. Flaten of MoUntain was a Sunday visitor at the home of her son and duaghter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Flaten. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jensen of Canada spent Thursday to Friday at the home of an aunt, Mrs. Augus- ta Ellingson and with Oscar Elling- son and Alpha Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Arneson of Ryder, N. D. spent a few days here with relatives. Mr. Arneson will teach in the Ryder school this year. The Cheerio birthday club held a pink and blue shower for Mrs. Ver- non Hall Sept. 6. Those present were Mrs. Hall's mother, Mrs. Bak- er of Fargo, Mesdames F. Fingar- son, Merlin Fingarson, Pete Fingar- son, Thora Rike and Pauline. Olga and Mabel Frovarp and Hazel Gal- loway. The V. C. Wooldridge family of I Wheatland, Colo., visited at the I Helmer Frovarps Tuesday, also at] Roy Frovarp's and with other rel- I atives. ] Mrs. Ed Olson, Mrs. Vernon Chal-] ly, Linda, Debbie and Cynthia, of / Park River were Tuesday morning] callers at the Oluf Olson home. A son was born Sept. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rosencrans, at St. Michael's hospital in Grand Forks. Mrs. Ragnar Johnson spent several days at the Rosecrans home last week. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to the host of friends who sent gifts and messages of cheer to Rev. P. O. Laurhammer while in the hospital. To the many who sent memorials and helped in so many ways in our recent sorrow. Special thanks to Dr. T. O. Burntvedt of Minneapolis and Pastor Arthur Ber- vig for their comforting words, to those who provided music, to the Bible camp for .use of the chapel to the doctors, nurses and to the Jensen morturay, to the pallbearers and all who helped us in any way. The family of Rev. P. O. Laurhammer * Pop's Out of TUNE! AND HE'S OUT of tune on his fire.insurance too. "If our place burns down, we'll get only what it was worth six years agol" Better be safe. Better see this Agent TODAY! First State Ins. Agency Park River, N. D. Busy Bee 4H Club Marks Year End Achievement Day for the Busy Bee 4: club of Edinburg was held Aug. 3i in the parlors of the Trin- ity Lutheran church with a large group in attendance. Carol Gryde was in charge of the program which onsisted of a review of the year's work by the members. "The North Dakota Hymn" was sung by the:senior group of girls to open the program after which roll call was answered by giving the name of the demonstration presented at a club meeting. Girls and the report which they presented were Bonnie Berg, "How We Observed National 4-H Week," Betty Byron, "Judging," Ann Mar- ie Brevik. "County 4-H Picnic," Barbara Christenson, "Minimum Requirements," Marilyn Fingarson, "My Part In My Home," Darlene Gutterud, "Rural Youth Sunday," Francis Kertz, "Fire Prevention Program," Louise Kertz, "County Council," Patricia Kertz, "Personal Accounts," Rosemary Kertz, "4-H Club Food Sale," Bonnie Rustan, "Community Health Service," San- dra Stenerson. "My Home Improve- ment trip to Minneapolis," Tim- mie Sonderson, "Story of 4-H Fol- lies Queen Coqtest," Christine Sun, dvor, "4-H Fies Act," Julie Wal- lure, "Local Sh0pping Tour," Lor- etta Windingland, "Silver Case Dis- play," Linda Gire, demonstration on "Table Setting," and Rita Mon- son .demonstration on "Table Man- ners." Several of the girls modeled gar- ments they have made during the summer. Introduced also were new members as well as the new lead- ers. Miss Lara Kristjanson. home extension agent was present and explained the new projects for the coming year. Lunch was served. Adams Local News Mr. Frank Drevecky, Mrs. Clay- ily, Trudy Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. ton Bjorg, Mrs. Clifford Grove and Ted Drevecky and family. Mrs. Vernon Drevecky served the ladies aid in the church parolrs on Sept 9. A group of relatives and friends attended a birthday party for Mrs. Clara Swenson Sept. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Grove, Knute Nelson, Carole and Carmen Grove motored to Northwood Sun- day to visit with Ole Swenson and with the Lewis Olson. They also stopped in Larimore to visit with Mrs. Engbretson and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Daley and girls and Mrs. H. Roe were supper guests at the Ted Daley home in Park River Sunday. Mrs. Jardine of Fairdale called one day last week at the Neis Vig- en home. Mrs. Carl Hendrickson was sur- prised on her birthday when a group of friends and relatives came to her home. They were Mrs. Thos. Olson, Mrs. Clara Swenson, Mrs. iDle Hellem, Mrs. John Gilbertson, i Mrs. Ole Sherven, Mrs. Adolph Ros-" endahl, Mrs. Amelia Olson, Mr. and Mrs Ted Hendrickson and faro- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wallgren, Mrs. Thorn Grove, Christ and Doug- las Grove were dinner guests at the Marriage vows were exchanged Sunday, Sept. 12, by Lois Jean Wi- non Johnson of Adams and John Harley Wambem of Park River. The ceremony was read in Hoff Lu- theran church near Adams by Rev. O. T. Haugen. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Johnson of Adams and Wambem's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Wambem. For her wedding the bride, who was escorted to the altar by her father, chose a floor length gown of white net over taffeta, It was made with a lace bodice and a bouffant skirt. A lace half-hat held her veil and she carried a white Bible top- ped with red roses. Betty Borge of Hoople was maid of honor and wore a gown of royal WANTED! MEN TO TRAIN FOR REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS Age 21 lo 60. Musi be residents of this county iwo or more years. Compeleni appraisers receive $325 lo $350 per monih. Farm experience valuable, "Write Box 637, Care of the Press PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA blue net over taffeta with a velve- teen bodice and bolero. She carried a cascade of pink pompons. Judy Flaten of Park River and Cynthia Johnson. sister of the bride, were bridesmaids and wore matching gowns. Their flowers were yellow pompons. Patti Stenerson and Boni Troft- gruben, niece and cousin of the bride, were flower girls and wore yellow taffeta. Arthur Haas of Park er and Mrs. Laud Tomek of St. Paul, aunts of the and the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Wambem will on a farm west of Park James Stewart of Gilby, WCAS student, spent the week at the Peder Pederson home. attending NDAC this year. Mr. and Mrs. John Bena and daughter, Dorothy and River carried the rings. Earl Gaarder of Park River wa the best man. Groomsmen were Bud and Gordon Ramsey, both of Park River. Ushers were Ernest Stenerson and Myrlin Troftgruben. A reception in the church parlors followed. Mrs. Olga Carlson of St. Paul. an aunt of the bride, and Carol Ramsey cut the cake. Pouring were Mrs. Edwin Wiste. Park Riv- Stevens went to Red Lake l Minn., Sunday to visit at the] Hankey home. Mrs. Bena a longer visit but the others back Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mike and daughter, Beverly, Drayton Saturday evening tend the wedding of Larry asson and Celta Maresh of Lakes, Minn. 00,'oOh smile/ BOTH 86 PROOF. KENTUCKY BLENDED WHISKEY CONTAINS GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS . ED. PHILLIPS & SONS CO., EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS, FARGO / / J / t i NOT dUST A "GOOD I=) E A I...U---- DEAL. I I I II U M L, DSM BILE| / --a Great IDeal More in "Stay-New" Style l a Stand-Out Features I Outstanding Value I INOIN II -SEE IT AT YOUR Super "88" 4.Door Sedan. A Genera/Motort Value. This is the year to make the "Rocket" yours! For this year Oldsmobile is further ahead than ever. Further ahead in big, important things like style leadership.., that long, low-level look that sets you apart from the rest. New "Rocket" Engine power.., remarkably responsive performance for the tightest traffic or the widest open road. Add the dash and dazzle of Oldsmobile's exclusive color styling.., the wide sweep of Oldsmobile's dramatic panoramic windshield.., and every major power feature* you can think of. What's more, there's another big plus. the plus value your "Rocket" Oldsmobile will bring at trade-in time. So don't settle for just any car when you can drive THE car--Oldsmobile! And there's no better time ,than right now to get our liberal appraisal! You'll agree, Oldsmobile's more than just a "good deal".., it's a great deal! Safety Power StPInQ, Power Brakes, Power Windows and Power Ses available at extra od8 iVI ILE NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DEALER'S SILLIMAN IMPLEMENT CO. " Park River, North D aks