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SEPTEMBER 27, 1956 WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA  PAGE THREK ,0w,l KEITHA HARDY SETS Grade School ' "** WEDDING FOR OCT. 27 oEnd: b g7 i fanlily Of Fisher were sunday din" [ Recent guests Of lV[rs" HalvOr Kal" g ur ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nel-[ beckdalen have been Mrs. Andrew son and supper guests of Mr. and Stevens, Fordville, Mrs. Harry R La Dean and son,] Mrs" William Gutterud. Alma Haug, I Landsborough and Mrgare Kittel- of Duluth, spent a few days ] who has spent two weeks at the  son of Park River, Mrs. Ole Gullick- Gtterud home, accompanied theson and daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Er- . andnmeMrs.fBenher Aune,Uncle andand aunt,with] Norman I-Iaug family back that eve- I lanson and Mr. and Mrs. Eel Ode- ning. ! gard of Hoople, 'grandfather, John Bakken. ! A boy was born recently to Mr. Mrs. Anna Rustan and Mrs. Otelia and Mrs. Dale Gernrpill at the Dea- coness hospital at Grafton. Mrs. Jacob Peterson was a guest Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Otelia Wylie. The Cheerio birthday club had a party for Mrs. Thora Rike ant Mrs. Merlin Fingarson at the home of the latter a wek ago. Those present were Hazel Galloway, Mrs. Pete Fin- garsn, Mrs. Fingal Fingarson, Olga and Mable Frovarp, Mrs. Arthur Fletcher, Thora Rike, Judy and Pauline. Mrs. Charlie Kittelson entertain- ed at a birthday party in honor of Wylie spent Monday afternoon at the Oluf Olson home. Mrs. William Melstad presided at the meeting of Trinity Ladies aid at the church Sept. 1. The program was on Christian Nurture and was presented b E Mrs. N. Ordahl, secre- tary. Rev. Kvaale led in prayer and scripture reading. Mrs. Verner Bre- vik gave a reading, Rev. and Mrs. Kvaale sang a duet. A skit entitled, "How Much Do We Care" was giv- en by a group of women. They were Mesdames N. Ordahl, Glen Laith- waite, Walter Bond, Ed Hall and Leonard Jensen. Mrs. ordahl gave a reading, "Can You Say Yes?" The Rossum and boys left Week for Calgary, Sask., to M Rossum, who is emlloyea i zney had spent about two  here with Mrs. Rossum's Mrs. John Geston. ar__ and Mrs. Lloyd Fleemor of ,em, Ore., visited here with the er's brother-in-law and sister, ". and Mrs Byron Meyers. s. John Evenson Sr., went to Ore., to attend the furier- M's. George Hval ) She made the plane, from Grand Forks. Anton Johanson and George Johnstone of Hoople, her husband on Sept. 11. The guests were Miss Margaret Kittelson, Hal- Mary Circle was hostess: Members S" Wasing of Grafton and ,or Kittelson, Arthur Erovick and include Mrs. Ivah Johnson, Mrs. H. :renerson were guests of Mr. ;Gregory, Mr. andMrs. Paul OlsonlGullingsrud , Mrs. Tillie Stenerson, a,. aul Chally at Fazruale, a / and daughters, Helen and Lenore, } Mrs. Olga Swenson, Olga and Mabel go unaay.  Mr. and Mrs. Richard Denault andJ Frovarp. Proceeds amounted to $54. and,Mrs. Norman Haug and boys.  Classes in high school and the 7th and 8th grades have been dismissed fr two weeks so the students can Hurry! Enter fh Bridgeman aim '- NTEST! CONTEST CLOSES OCTOBER 13, 1956 Look at These Prizes! GRAND PRIZE A 195& NASH,RAMBLER 2nd & 3rd Prizes FRIGIDAIRE FREEZER RCA PORTABLE TV SET Plus 8 WALKING DOLLS 8 BRIDE DOLLS -s Saturday help with the potato harvest. Mrs. M. C. Flaten attended the wedding of Johann Donnelly and George Lautz Sept. 13 in Grafton. 'RETURNS FROM MON'rANA Miss Elsie Catherwood returned from Miles City. Mont., where she had spent a week with her sister, Mrs. Harry Buck and family. She made the trip with her niece. Mrs. Alvin Taylor Jr., and family,, of Miles City, who had visited the week before at the home of Miss Catherwood and her brother, Hector. * RACING BICYCLE * FLASH CAMERAS * 20 BAR--EOWL GRILLS Ph= o A SUNBEAM AUTOMA': i to ths best entry each week/ :c=:: midniee of thot week. , This is a LOCAL c=: -, with LOCAL winner: $ OVER 70 BIG pRIZES Just finlsh the lest line of the jingle below. Sand it with any BHdgeman product label to Rhyme-O-Rama Contest Head- quarters, Bridgaman Creameries, 'Inc., Box 1407, Grand Forks. N. Dak. All entries become the property of Er;dgeman Cream- eries end winners will be notified by. mail. All ontr|es will be judged on the bes|s of or;ginallty, s|ncer|fy end aptness Of tought. A weakly prize of Sunbeam Frypan will be awarded, und the 8 weekly winners become eligible for the Grand Prize. CONTEST CLOSES OCTOBER 13, 1)S, "For Purity, Health and FlavoK Br;dgeman Products Really Raf... Always Look for fEe Bridgeman Label II t e . , i . o ee eo oee o .ooqJ eeee Jeooeoeee ADDRESS .......... . .................... (Please Print) Enter as Often as You Wi! Official Entry Blanks Are at Your Bridgeman Dealer. n Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hardy of Park aniVer announce the engagement d approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Keitha. to Rich. ard C. O'Toole, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. O'Toole of Crystal. The wedding will be held Satur- day, October 27, in St. Mary's Catholic church in-Park River. Miss Hardy attended the Walsh County Agricultural School, here bttt graduated from Point Loma High School, San Diego, Calif. She also attended the College of St. Catheriiae, St. Paul. where she studied nursing. A graduate of the Crystal high school. Mr. O'Toole attended tl State School of Sci- ence at Wahpeton. I Congressman Usher L. Burdick - ' Will Speak at a GOP P01iticaiRally --ATm Adams, g.D. Saturday, Sept. 29 8P.M. Congressman Burdick will discuss issues of the present political campaign and world conditions. EVERYONE WELCOME! (This political advertisement sponsored and paid for by the Walsh County Republican Committee, Albert Tverberg, Sec.) EIGHTH GRADE NEWS LeRoy Anderson has been absent from school all of this week due to foot injuries. We had a debate by two groups consisting of Mary Cowger, Brenda Neste and ,Richard Olsen for Gov- ernment Rights and Sigrid Myrdal, Clarion Lien, and Jerry Bruce for States Rights, We are entering a Fire Preven- tion contest sponsored by the Park River Fire Dept. The Eighth Grade Class has most of their 31 students participating in the contest. Instead of the regular Current Events which have been used for the past few years, we are having a new paper called World News of the Week. We are catching up on the extra papers which came before school started. In English Class the Eighth Grade is writing themes on Traffic Safe- ty, politeness and courtesy. Football equipment was issued to 18 boys in the Seventh and Eighth mg lines on a paper and then filling in the surrounding spaces with colors. In our second class, we learned to make our lines, shapes, and colors more interesting by balancing them. Our next lesson was devoted to put- ting our ideas of lin'es, shapes, and colors into use by imitating some- thing in nature. We were attracted by the brilliant leaves on the play- ground and so our room has been converted into a forest of autumn eaves. e SEVEITH GRADE Last Thursday we organized a YCL for the purpose of promoting good citizenship. Th officers elect- ed were: President, Linda Monta- gue vice president, Judy Amanson; secretary ,Joane Schildberger; treasurer, Yarns Larson. The Geography casg has been di- vided into five groups-- A. B. C. D. and E. In the study of this subject, we are using the project methOd for each country studied. In this- method groups rotate so that al] study different features of the coun-. try assigned. The chairman also ro grades. Workouts are every day. tares so that all may have he op- They are learning the fundamentals portunity for leadership. of Football. SEVENTH GRADE SOUTH The first meeting of the newly or- ganized Liar's Club was called o or- der by the teacher, Mr. Agnes. He briefly outlined the 'rules of good speaking and listening. According to the rules, the person who would speak the best and tell the tallest tale would be President, the next best. Vice-President etc. When the members had finished telling their tales. Judy Turner received first place and Yvonne Peterson, second. Judy Monsebroten. Richard Ander- son and Duane Johnson tied for third. Our colorful bulletin boards show that our first apparently ridiculous scribbles can be turned into some- thing beautiful. Our first expert- Coming Events Food Sale,, Rummage Sale, Starting 1':30 p.m. Sat. Sept. 29 ANNUAL FALL SUPPER Wed. Oct. 24 Sponsored By St. Mary's Altar Siety Catholic Church Basement PARK RIVER, N. D: O O illlilllllllllill SEPTEMBER o MR. FARMER: Septe mo 30 is00the dec0000:ine for filing c,00,ims for Fede00 gasoline tax reflmds for the fi half of 1956! " As a convenience to our many farm and friends, we have the necessary forms for applying for the Federal gasoline tax refund available. Please stop in the Bank for your application form FIRST STATE BANE I PARK RIVER, N.D. I)IAL 22801 r#   c Affiliated  FIRST BANK STOCK COIORAllON q mlmnuuunnulunullunnulnnnunuunuununnlnuununuunnuununuununnnununnuulllUlUn 4 The first project was the Philip- pine Islands which we have just finished wih the completion of maps. e THIRD GRADE SOUTH There are 21 pupils enrolled in our room. Of these, rune are boys and 12 are girls. Charlotte Horgan, who is the only new pupils, trans- ferred from Barton, North Dakota. Renee Bischoff has been absent following an operation for appendi- citis. We are having three groups in Reading so as to give more individ- ual help with various reading diffi- culties. a GRADE THREE NORTH We have 21 pupils enrollecl this year--9 girls and 12 boys. Michael Even is a new pupil. We have been making vegetable characters in connection with our Health unit. We have our library books in our own room this year. Our library period is on Fridays. FOURTH GRADE SOUTH We are enjoying the story "Lad" for opening exercises in the morn- ings. F.or history we are studying about the Early American Indians, their homes and ways of living. We finished our first readers on Friday and began "If I Were Going" which takes us on trips to European coun- tries.' Mary Ann Schuler, whose Dad is a construction worker, moved to Arvilla this week. We hope that she will like her new home. GRADE FOUR NORTH Many children in our room 'are going to make posters for fire-preo vention week. We have talked bout many ways to prevent fires. We have been learning about maps. We have been reading about the Eskimos in Greenland. We are glad we have our warm houses, au- tomobiles and television. A son was born Sept. 19 to Mr. nd Mrs. R. D. Uglem at Northwood. N. D.. according to word received here. by Mrs. Uglem's sister, Miss Alpha Kjelland. He weighed nine pounds and has been named Bruce Allen. Mrs. Uglem is the former Glenna Kjelland of Park River. Pony Sale Sat. Oct. 6 On Geske Pinto Ranch 4 miles, 1 mile north of Ft. Totten, or 24 miles SW of Devils Lake SALESTARTS AT NOON Rain or Shine Lunch Served Free Colt Given 64 PINTOS, PALOMINOS, SHETLANDS, QUARTER HORSES 48 SUCKING COLTS 18 QUARTER HORSE COLTS 6 SADDLE & WORK HORSES 9 SHETLAND COLTS 1 Palomino Stud 18 mos old. American Saddler Breeding 1 Pinto Stud, 18 mos old. 1 Sorrel Stud 11/2 yrs old Quarter Horse Breeding 1 Sorrel Belgin Stud 1 yr old ! Bay Welch Pony, 6 yrs old, Kids' Pony I Red Roan Gelding wt. 1450, 6 yrs old. Broke to Drive 1 Brown Mare 4 yrs old wt. 800 Broke to ride, Good kids pony i Palomino Gelding, 4 yrs old wt. 1000 well broke to ride S1vester Wallace, Auctioneer __ Geske Pinto Ranch Chas. Geske & Sons Owners Oberon, N. D. SEPTEMBER 27, 1956 WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA  PAGE THREK ,0w,l KEITHA HARDY SETS Grade School ' "** WEDDING FOR OCT. 27 oEnd: b g7 i fanlily Of Fisher were sunday din" [ Recent guests Of lV[rs" HalvOr Kal" g ur ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nel-[ beckdalen have been Mrs. Andrew son and supper guests of Mr. and Stevens, Fordville, Mrs. Harry R La Dean and son,] Mrs" William Gutterud. Alma Haug, I Landsborough and Mrgare Kittel- of Duluth, spent a few days ] who has spent two weeks at the  son of Park River, Mrs. Ole Gullick- Gtterud home, accompanied theson and daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Er- . andnmeMrs.fBenher Aune,Uncle andand aunt,with] Norman I-Iaug family back that eve- I lanson and Mr. and Mrs. Eel Ode- ning. ! gard of Hoople, 'grandfather, John Bakken. ! A boy was born recently to Mr. Mrs. Anna Rustan and Mrs. Otelia and Mrs. Dale Gernrpill at the Dea- coness hospital at Grafton. Mrs. Jacob Peterson was a guest Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Otelia Wylie. The Cheerio birthday club had a party for Mrs. Thora Rike ant Mrs. Merlin Fingarson at the home of the latter a wek ago. Those present were Hazel Galloway, Mrs. Pete Fin- garsn, Mrs. Fingal Fingarson, Olga and Mable Frovarp, Mrs. Arthur Fletcher, Thora Rike, Judy and Pauline. Mrs. Charlie Kittelson entertain- ed at a birthday party in honor of Wylie spent Monday afternoon at the Oluf Olson home. Mrs. William Melstad presided at the meeting of Trinity Ladies aid at the church Sept. 1. The program was on Christian Nurture and was presented b E Mrs. N. Ordahl, secre- tary. Rev. Kvaale led in prayer and scripture reading. Mrs. Verner Bre- vik gave a reading, Rev. and Mrs. Kvaale sang a duet. A skit entitled, "How Much Do We Care" was giv- en by a group of women. They were Mesdames N. Ordahl, Glen Laith- waite, Walter Bond, Ed Hall and Leonard Jensen. Mrs. ordahl gave a reading, "Can You Say Yes?" The Rossum and boys left Week for Calgary, Sask., to M Rossum, who is emlloyea i zney had spent about two  here with Mrs. Rossum's Mrs. John Geston. ar__ and Mrs. Lloyd Fleemor of ,em, Ore., visited here with the er's brother-in-law and sister, ". and Mrs Byron Meyers. s. John Evenson Sr., went to Ore., to attend the furier- M's. George Hval ) She made the plane, from Grand Forks. Anton Johanson and George Johnstone of Hoople, her husband on Sept. 11. The guests were Miss Margaret Kittelson, Hal- Mary Circle was hostess: Members S" Wasing of Grafton and ,or Kittelson, Arthur Erovick and include Mrs. Ivah Johnson, Mrs. H. :renerson were guests of Mr. ;Gregory, Mr. andMrs. Paul OlsonlGullingsrud , Mrs. Tillie Stenerson, a,. aul Chally at Fazruale, a / and daughters, Helen and Lenore,} Mrs. Olga Swenson, Olga and Mabel go unaay.  Mr. and Mrs. Richard Denault andJ Frovarp. Proceeds amounted to $54. and,Mrs. Norman Haug and boys.  Classes in high school and the 7th and 8th grades have been dismissed fr two weeks so the students can Hurry! Enter fh Bridgeman aim '- NTEST! CONTEST CLOSES OCTOBER 13, 1956 Look at These Prizes! GRAND PRIZE A 195& NASH,RAMBLER 2nd & 3rd Prizes FRIGIDAIRE FREEZER RCA PORTABLE TV SET Plus 8 WALKING DOLLS 8 BRIDE DOLLS -s Saturday help with the potato harvest. Mrs. M. C. Flaten attended the wedding of Johann Donnelly and George Lautz Sept. 13 in Grafton. 'RETURNS FROM MON'rANA Miss Elsie Catherwood returned from Miles City. Mont., where she had spent a week with her sister, Mrs. Harry Buck and family. She made the trip with her niece. Mrs. Alvin Taylor Jr., and family,, of Miles City, who had visited the week before at the home of Miss Catherwood and her brother, Hector. * RACING BICYCLE * FLASH CAMERAS * 20 BAR--EOWL GRILLS Ph= o A SUNBEAM AUTOMA': i to ths best entry each week/ :c=:: midniee of thot week. , This is a LOCAL c=: -, with LOCAL winner: $ OVER 70 BIG pRIZES Just finlsh the lest line of the jingle below. Sand it with any BHdgeman product label to Rhyme-O-Rama Contest Head- quarters, Bridgaman Creameries, 'Inc., Box 1407, Grand Forks. N. Dak. All entries become the property of Er;dgeman Cream- eries end winners will be notified by. mail. All ontr|es will be judged on the bes|s of or;ginallty, s|ncer|fy end aptness Of tought. A weakly prize of Sunbeam Frypan will be awarded, und the 8 weekly winners become eligible for the Grand Prize. CONTEST CLOSES OCTOBER 13, 1)S, "For Purity, Health and FlavoK Br;dgeman Products Really Raf... Always Look for fEe Bridgeman Label II t e . , i . o ee eo oee o .ooqJ eeee Jeooeoeee ADDRESS .......... . .................... (Please Print) Enter as Often as You Wi! Official Entry Blanks Are at Your Bridgeman Dealer. n Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hardy of Park aniVer announce the engagement d approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Keitha. to Rich. ard C. O'Toole, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. O'Toole of Crystal. The wedding will be held Satur- day, October 27, in St. Mary's Catholic church in-Park River. Miss Hardy attended the Walsh County Agricultural School, here bttt graduated from Point Loma High School, San Diego, Calif. She also attended the College of St. Catheriiae, St. Paul. where she studied nursing. A graduate of the Crystal high school. Mr. O'Toole attended tl State School of Sci- ence at Wahpeton. I Congressman Usher L. Burdick - ' Will Speak at a GOP P01iticaiRally --ATm Adams, g.D. Saturday, Sept. 29 8P.M. Congressman Burdick will discuss issues of the present political campaign and world conditions. EVERYONE WELCOME! (This political advertisement sponsored and paid for by the Walsh County Republican Committee, Albert Tverberg, Sec.) EIGHTH GRADE NEWS LeRoy Anderson has been absent from school all of this week due to foot injuries. We had a debate by two groups consisting of Mary Cowger, Brenda Neste and ,Richard Olsen for Gov- ernment Rights and Sigrid Myrdal, Clarion Lien, and Jerry Bruce for States Rights, We are entering a Fire Preven- tion contest sponsored by the Park River Fire Dept. The Eighth Grade Class has most of their 31 students participating in the contest. Instead of the regular Current Events which have been used for the past few years, we are having a new paper called World News of the Week. We are catching up on the extra papers which came before school started. In English Class the Eighth Grade is writing themes on Traffic Safe- ty, politeness and courtesy. Football equipment was issued to 18 boys in the Seventh and Eighth mg lines on a paper and then filling in the surrounding spaces with colors. In our second class, we learned to make our lines, shapes, and colors more interesting by balancing them. Our next lesson was devoted to put- ting our ideas of lin'es, shapes, and colors into use by imitating some- thing in nature. We were attracted by the brilliant leaves on the play- ground and so our room has been converted into a forest of autumn eaves. e SEVEITH GRADE Last Thursday we organized a YCL for the purpose of promoting good citizenship. Th officers elect- ed were: President, Linda Monta- gue vice president, Judy Amanson; secretary ,Joane Schildberger; treasurer, Yarns Larson. The Geography casg has been di- vided into five groups-- A. B. C. D. and E. In the study of this subject, we are using the project methOd for each country studied. In this- method groups rotate so that al] study different features of the coun-. try assigned. The chairman also ro grades. Workouts are every day. tares so that all may have he op- They are learning the fundamentals portunity for leadership. of Football. SEVENTH GRADE SOUTH The first meeting of the newly or- ganized Liar's Club was called o or- der by the teacher, Mr. Agnes. He briefly outlined the 'rules of good speaking and listening. According to the rules, the person who would speak the best and tell the tallest tale would be President, the next best. Vice-President etc. When the members had finished telling their tales. Judy Turner received first place and Yvonne Peterson, second. Judy Monsebroten. Richard Ander- son and Duane Johnson tied for third. Our colorful bulletin boards show that our first apparently ridiculous scribbles can be turned into some- thing beautiful. Our first expert- Coming Events Food Sale,, Rummage Sale, Starting 1':30 p.m. Sat. Sept. 29 ANNUAL FALL SUPPER Wed. Oct. 24 Sponsored By St. Mary's Altar Siety Catholic Church Basement PARK RIVER, N. D: O O illlilllllllllill SEPTEMBER o MR. FARMER: Septe mo 30 is00the dec0000:ine for filing c,00,ims for Fede00 gasoline tax reflmds for the fi half of 1956! " As a convenience to our many farm and friends, we have the necessary forms for applying for the Federal gasoline tax refund available. Please stop in the Bank for your application form FIRST STATE BANE I PARK RIVER, N.D. I)IAL 22801 r#   c Affiliated  FIRST BANK STOCK COIORAllON q mlmnuuunnulunullunnulnnnunuunuununnlnuununuunnuununuununnnununnuulllUlUn 4 The first project was the Philip- pine Islands which we have just finished wih the completion of maps. e THIRD GRADE SOUTH There are 21 pupils enrolled in our room. Of these, rune are boys and 12 are girls. Charlotte Horgan, who is the only new pupils, trans- ferred from Barton, North Dakota. Renee Bischoff has been absent following an operation for appendi- citis. We are having three groups in Reading so as to give more individ- ual help with various reading diffi- culties. a GRADE THREE NORTH We have 21 pupils enrollecl this year--9 girls and 12 boys. Michael Even is a new pupil. We have been making vegetable characters in connection with our Health unit. We have our library books in our own room this year. Our library period is on Fridays. FOURTH GRADE SOUTH We are enjoying the story "Lad" for opening exercises in the morn- ings. F.or history we are studying about the Early American Indians, their homes and ways of living. We finished our first readers on Friday and began "If I Were Going" which takes us on trips to European coun- tries.' Mary Ann Schuler, whose Dad is a construction worker, moved to Arvilla this week. We hope that she will like her new home. GRADE FOUR NORTH Many children in our room 'are going to make posters for fire-preo vention week. We have talked bout many ways to prevent fires. We have been learning about maps. We have been reading about the Eskimos in Greenland. We are glad we have our warm houses, au- tomobiles and television. A son was born Sept. 19 to Mr. nd Mrs. R. D. Uglem at Northwood. N. D.. according to word received here. by Mrs. Uglem's sister, Miss Alpha Kjelland. He weighed nine pounds and has been named Bruce Allen. Mrs. Uglem is the former Glenna Kjelland of Park River. Pony Sale Sat. Oct. 6 On Geske Pinto Ranch 4 miles, 1 mile north of Ft. Totten, or 24 miles SW of Devils Lake SALESTARTS AT NOON Rain or Shine Lunch Served Free Colt Given 64 PINTOS, PALOMINOS, SHETLANDS, QUARTER HORSES 48 SUCKING COLTS 18 QUARTER HORSE COLTS 6 SADDLE & WORK HORSES 9 SHETLAND COLTS 1 Palomino Stud 18 mos old. American Saddler Breeding 1 Pinto Stud, 18 mos old. 1 Sorrel Stud 11/2 yrs old Quarter Horse Breeding 1 Sorrel Belgin Stud 1 yr old ! Bay Welch Pony, 6 yrs old, Kids' Pony I Red Roan Gelding wt. 1450, 6 yrs old. Broke to Drive 1 Brown Mare 4 yrs old wt. 800 Broke to ride, Good kids pony i Palomino Gelding, 4 yrs old wt. 1000 well broke to ride S1vester Wallace, Auctioneer __ Geske Pinto Ranch Chas. Geske & Sons Owners Oberon, N. D.