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-pGl. FO  i   ....... , . ..... i !' W,I. i CO p,,, p, I', NORTI-I D,OTA TSDA', S-- l  cm c0,m PRX00Eo00.s scoring by going over from Lankin Local News Items Wops Down Aggles and adding the extra point i i fourth period. _ ,., Mrs. Marvin Hein, Susan, Barbara I Friday Night The Aggies will play snam CITY OF PARK BIVEB, NORTH SPECIAL FUNDS: and Adele drove to Grafton Sgpt. 20. ] Fargo here Friday night. D KOTA-REGULAR COUCiL 13First State Bank bond & Mr" and Mrs" RY Davisn andlMABELMARJFJEREN wonTheWahpetnHigh School Wopstheir first East_West conference Ad-Ne--WS Ii " , Int ......... : ..... 680.00 Judy, and Mardie Graham of Law-] VISITS FORMER RESIDENTS win of the season Friday as they IIEcT:NcQSPTfMBER 4,1956, AT 4P. J. Ferguson, contract __ 320.00 ton were visitors at the William I o u  u 5 First State Bank, bonds & Swartz home Sunday afternoon. I Miss Mabel Marifjeren of this city, drubbed the winless Walsh Aggies i Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lala and Ed t who spent the past eight months vis- 41-12.  were callers at Michigan Sept. 24. [ iting at the west coast, has returned [ here. During her absence she vis- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lapic enter- ited a large number of former Park tained at Supper Saturday, Sept. 15 River friends and relatives. , ! ,The regular monthly meeting of the City Council was held in the Council Room in the City Hall at 8 o'clock P. M. The meeting Was called to order by Mayor Johnson, the following members being present: Aldermen Bures, Dougherty, Bateman, Mater, Meberg and Cowger. The minutes of the last regular meeting and special meeting of Aug- ust 30 were, upon motion by Cow- ger, seconded by Bateman carried, approved as read by the Auditor. On motion by Meberg, seconded by Iviaier and carried, the following Int ............... 3,555.00 The monthly reports of Chief of Police, Supt. of Light Plant, City Auditor and Treasurer were read and ordered filed. The annual reports of the City Auditor and Treasurer were upon motion by Cowgcr, seconded by Bures and carried unanimously, ap- proved and ordered published. The resignation of Gust Walstad as Police Magistrate was presented to the City Council. Alderman Dougherty moved that same be ac- cepted. The motion was seconded by Cowger and carried. The Mayor's 5 Ebbsen's supplies ..... 116.20 6 Polar Tel. Co., service __ 58.88 7 Silliman Imp. Co.. rep, _. 43.74 Malde & Sharpe, sup. __ 3.29 MUNICIPAL UTILITIES for Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenda of Webster, Minn., Mrs. Eugene Lund- holm of Minneapolis, John Lapic, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lapic. Mrs. Chuck Platen and Mrs. J. B. Shercck were Grand Forks callers Sept: 19. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Matejcek made a trip to Altona, Manitoba, Sept. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Trenda of LaMoure attended the wedding of Elsie Ann Sobolik and Mile Martin- appointment of Wm. O'Brien, as Pc- bills were approved and ordered lice Magistrate to fill the unexpir- son Sept. 22. paid: I ed term of Mr. Walstad was upon Mr" and. Mrs: Tom Ondracek of ' GENERAL" J motion by Mater. seconded by Bate- raion vmlea remuves sere epu 5 n N D 7vVorkmen's Com  ]man and carried approved. 23. u " w. | ...... ' ..... the: Mrs ill Swartz and Sharon were Bureau Ins $ 212 97] me ummr reporteo mat   _ ;. ....... " ........ - " " " w F']rK Iver callers ep zz il tel sere 10001 confirmed assessment hst for Se -1 %.  " "" t h :l " " 1 Joe Fa . ' ................ 4 hasl Mrs rnesl r-_ra OC V1 ivlrs wm 2 er nnprovemen LJlstrlc i'0. ' '- " 2 L. Aichele, pt. salary .... 60. 0 .......... ffice I Dvorak, Mrs. Rudolph Bma, Mrs. le s ,been Illec[ in ntr u 3 L. Aiche -t pt salary .... 222.30  " ...... ! Jack Novak Mrs. Albert Bins and 4. Munidipal Utilities, gas __ 46.71 Alderman. ures. movecl tnat. met Mrs Charfie Bina attended the fl Co re airs" 21 69 Auditor be authorized to pubhsh in 5 Lien O' " P -- ' " " .... "" "n I president's meeting council of the Petter on "an ser 55 00 The Press a notice oI Connrmalo Wals h Cn,n*.. , .... , .... ,- -- tt on .an ser 18 00 oI peclai Assessment llSi ior ew- f T)rl ;,t- an+ lq 7Mrs. T. Peers '] ..... 4 ................  ..... 8 Ral h Leonard olicing 3000 er Improvement Dmtrict No anu a I M, r,,, h .... ,  D;o t- P ' P -- " " .... "  t 1 ' _._r ........ ... .......  ..... e Staven labor 35 00 meeting for acuon tnereon on c  : ..... . ....... 9 Henry , _i__ --. ...... "_' ! a pcnulng some time az tne name r n l r ravel 24 50 The motion was seconueo Dy 19ougn 60 Ma vi U be g, g -- - i . . "Jot Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brodina. 1 Eddie Clemetson, labor .... 20.40 erty anc[ carrmo. I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Matejcek 2 Clifford Frovarp, labor __ 9.48 Alderman Dougherty moved the J and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lapic drove 3 Bateman Motors, rep ..... 27.11 adoption of the following resolution: ] to Devils Lake Sept. 23 where they 4 Mike's Body Shop, rep .... 3295 BE IT RESOLVED by the City [ attended the Cana conference at the 67 Harlan Andrews, meter refund ............... 10.00 8 Cancelled 9 N. D. Workmen's Comp. Insurance ............ 341.11 70 Roy Lindgren, meter re- fund .............. 10.08 1 Francis Tronnes, refund ._ 10.00 2 Minnkota Power Co.-op power purchase ..... 2,350.08 3 Robert Williams, meter re- fund .............. 10.00 4 George M. Widme, sal ._ 385.08 5 Ralph Leonard sal ..... 255.00 6 Clifford Frovarp, sal .... 240.00 7 Eddie Clemetson, sal .... 240.00 8 Melvin R. Olson, sal ..... 240.00 : 9 Elsie Catherwood, sal .... 230.00 80.Carroll Nelson, refund .... 10.00 1 Joel Brateng, refund .... 10.00 2 Evans Transfer, frt ....... 6.89 3 Dak. Electric sup ..... 389.94 i:i ' 4Thompson-Stollee, sup _. 23.92 B ::',it / 5Samson Elec. sup ...... 82.80 , . L Brotsky, sup ........ 38.40 i' ::'7 Fursteneau Lbr. sup __ 9.90 8 Hardy Garage, rep .... 22.22 9 Ted McDougall, pump .... 40.00 Council of the City of Park River that the bid of Barbarossa and Sons for Intake Structure and Sludge Line for Water Treatment Plant in the amount of $28,619.00 be accepted and the Mayor and Auditor author- ized to sign contract with said Com- pany. Alderman Bateman seconded the motion for the adoption of the fore- going resolution and upon roll call the following voted "aye." Dougher- ty, Bures, Bateman, Mater, Meberg and Cowger. "Nay" none. The City Auditor reported that the Swimming Pool Committee has collected $10 008 toward the expense of construction of Pool. This amount included $2,000 pledged by the City. The Council went on record as be- ing in favor of blacktopping approx- imately 60 city blocks next year the largest part of the surveying has been done and plans are to complete same this fall so that work can be started early next year. Christ Monsebroten and Irvin Bis- choff met with the Council in re- gard to getting gravel on their street and also opening a street east of their property. The matter was re- ferred to the street committee for 0, Malde & Sharpe, sup ..... 15.66 investigation. ......  Eddie CIemeson, labor __ 50.50 Albert Svir was granted a permit i 2 Cancelled } to move a shed to his property for  .... '3 Melvin R. Olson, labor _. 18.40 the purpose of a garage. Sophia Petferson, off. wk _ 65.00 There being no further business . 5 Hagen Const. labor & Ma- the meeting on motion adjourned. terial ........... 285.00 M.O. JOHNSON, 6 Polar Telephone Co. ser __ 14.95 Mayor 7 Corral. Bulletin adv .... 2. ELSIE J. CATHERWOOD, 8 GN Railway,,frt _ ..... 3"301 City,Audi .... , 9 Soconoy-Vae. Oil, oil __ . .: _,. " I00 American Playground In41 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Silliman re- Device Co., sup ......... 3'.11 turned Thursday from Chicago 1 U S Pencil Co., sup .... 2 Evans Transfer, frt .... 3"37 | where they had attended a showing 7': 3 Clifford Frovarp, labor __ 8:63 | of the new Oldsmobile cars. K. C. Club rooms Mrs. Mary Kubesh of Grafton vis- ited with her mother, Mrs. Joseph- ine Matejcek Sept. 23. Dorothy Vasichek, student nurse at St. Michael's hospital in Grand Forks, spent Sept 23 with Mrs. An- na Vasichek. She left Monday for Fargo for further nurse's training. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Burianek of Minto were visitors at the Ted So- bolik home Sept. 19. Mrs. Erick Larson and Mrs. Sig Rasmussen of Adams visited with Mrs. Pete Spike Set. 18. Mrs. Florence Sticha is visiting her son-in-law nd daughter, Mr. Leaving here in February, Miss Marifjeren went first to Jackson, Miss., to visit her niece, Mrs. Wil- liam Davenport, and husband. Dur- ing her stay there she went to New Orleans on a sight-seeing trip. Going west, she stopped off at Las Cruces, N. M., to spend a short time with Dr. and Mrs. Lee Harris (Lorna Eyolfson) and family California was next on the Park River woman's itinerary and her first visit was with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nell Marifjeren, (Mary Kenney) at San Deigo. At San Marine, she visited Miss Ida Finneseth, Mrs. David Mills and Miss Harriett Mills. She called on Mr. and Mrs. Guy Worden (Eva Hasle) at Long Beach and visited with Mrs. Selmer Hille- bee (Alma Hasle) in Los Angeles. At Camarillo, she was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hasle and in San Francisco spent some time with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robbins (Kathryn Ostboe). In Seattle, Miss Marifjeren found : quite a number of former local peo- ple whom she called on while vis- iting in the homes of her three brothers, Leon, Andy and Vernon Marifjeren. Among them were Mrs. Bergelot Ostobe Gregg. An event of her Seattle stay was a boat trip to Vancouver, B. C. Stopping over in Portland, Ore.. she visited with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Taylor (Pearl Johnson) and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Leonard (Sofia Brandt) and Mrs. Leon Anderson. Turning homeward, a brief stop off was made at Yakima, Wash., to call on her brother, Vernon and family, who had moved there from Seattle. Montana. too, is the home state of numerous former local residents and FREE UNBREAKABLE TUMBLERS00 in every 50-lb. bug o! kota Maidl00ourl MORE ENERGY! MORE VITAMINS! MORE PROTEINS! Eat more bread, and use more wheat! Bread is the truly eco- nomical food that gives you ex- tra energy on brisk, cool days. Always remember: bread is good for you! Clip this Dakota Maid Recipe, Paste it on cardboard and put * it in your Recipe File. 1 cake eomprese yeast 5 dt"t.ed cup water DAKOTA MAID Zcup milk, sea.Ideal 2 eggs . . . _ cup shortemng 2 tbsp. grazeq cruise peeg z/3 cup sugar _  c. orange jume I recipe urange FllUng S.ftcn active dry yeast in warm water or compressed yeast in lukewarm water. Combine milk, shortening, sugar, and salt. uool to lukewarm; stir in about 2 cups DAKOTA MAID FLOUR and beat well. Add eggs one at a time, beaUng well after each. Stir in ioftened yeast, orange peel and Juice. Add remaining flour z 9 .make a soft dough. Cover; let stand 10 rain, On lightly floure( board, knead 5 to 1@ rain. or till smooth and elastic. Place In lightly, greased bowl, turning once to grease surface. uover; le. re in warm place till double (about 2 hrsJ Punch down. ulvlae aoush .in half; cover and let rest 10 rain. Roll each hflnl2..,.emmile, % inch thick, and spread with: up sugar 1 tbsp. grated orange peel cup chopped walnuts  c. melted butter . or margarine i Combine the above_ .zngredltnts,u . roll each half of _o___d h __ ___tr jelly roll; seal edge, C * l-hl. slices. Place cut aide down in greased muffin _pans.^ove and let rise in warm place fill nearly double 45 tO  m m e in hut nv,m a a. ate,...* 12 mln. or till done anu screen brown. Remove from pans. takes about 2 doz. -------  A DATF AT . . _ ,,  .ee.o [.., m r.th Count of Monte I t.r!sto Sho, qon$ored by ON SUNDAYS J D, M, id: ........... T ! N. De Mifl & Elevator Grand Forks, and Mrs. Melvin Houska nebTPisek. CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank all those who assisted us and offered sym- pathy at the passing of our beloved son and brother. We especially wish to thank Rev. Smestad for his kind- ness, Myron Hylden for his songs, those who sent flowers and memor- ials or in any way helped to make our sorrow easier to bear. May God bless all of you. The J. A. Froiland Family * Camille Thiele and Janice Porter, of Park River, freshmen at the Uni- versity of North Dakota, have been pledged to membership in the Alpha  Phi sorority. Other Park River-A1. pha Phi members are Mrs. L E. Hun- sen, Jackie Rengle, JeAnne Bena, Marion Waistad and Mrs. Johnny Trygg. Miss Marifieren looked up several. Amon them were Joe Lockrem and daughter, Alice, at Great Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Barney Diemer (Lil- lian 1Warifjeren) and Mr. and Mrs. Erva Foyn at Glendive: Mr. and Mrs. Cy Sicathmal at Circle: Mr. sd Mrs. Orville Lockrem, at Flax- ville: Mr. and Mrs. Emil Christian- ,nn, Mr. and Mrs. E'nest Dickerson CGr*ce Hasle) Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lockrem. Mr. and Mrs J. A. Peter- son (Alda Overbye) and Mrs. Bends Hasle Robbins, all at Billints. Her last stop was ,t Fargo at the born  nf her brothr-in-]aw nnd sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thiele and son, Johnny and Mrs. Charles Por- ter and daughter. Barbara. sent Sunday in Grand Forks with Camil- le Thiele and J'anice Porter, who are enrolled at the State university. L.,. HARTZ ,.o,,,s In the first quarter Jim Johnson went 2 yards for the first touchdown for Wahpeton. Gary Bies ran for the point. A 34-yard pass from Mike Gebhart to Jim Sturdevant came late in the quarter. Sturdevant ran for the point. The Ags scored on the first play of the second quarter when Bob Miller went over from the 2. Wahpeton added more points when Gebhart scored from the 1. Bies added the point. Later Sturde- vant scored from the 10. Wahpeton scored in the third quarter when Jim Johnson went ov- er from the 2 and added the point. Miller scored again for the Aggies in the third quarter. Dan Harwood ended Wahpeton's ,. i Campbell's Cream of Tomato 10 oz Tin Soup .__ 9 for $1.00 MOTHER'S CREAMETTES, 7 oz pkg 2 for 21 Libby's Assorted Baby Food _____ 12 cans for $1.oo i Libby's Crushed 14 oz Tin t Libby's Sliced 15 oz Tin PINEAPPLE __ 2 for 39c  PINEAPPLE -__'__ 19 i i I Libby's Deep Bown (with tomato sauce) 21 oz Tin Pork & Beans 2 for 310 Mrs. Roy Schultz entertained ladies aid circle Thursday cve I Rev. and Mrs. B. J Hatle. j mer Adams residents', are vi [ in this community. .! / Mr. and Mrs. Donley HoS, [ baby of Grand Forks visited* Jack Hosna home over the" end. Mr. and Mrs. Einar Br Milnor N. D., .were recent ' at the I. Midthling home. O2 tiers there recently were Mrs. Homer Midthling of F$ Mr. and Mrs. Melt;in S and girls, Mrs. Clara Wallgr Mrs. Clara Swenson attend Luther League at the S church Sept. 23. Lunch was $ after the program by Mrs. Hedlund and Mrs. Fred Lew CAKE 3 MIXES FAIRWAY UNSWEETENED  4@OZ. 2i GRAPEFRUIT JUICE .. WlNN 1st, Mrs. Vernie LarsO  2nd, Mrs. M. :+ 3rd Mrs. Wallace  : I Libby's No. 303 Tin SLICED or HALVES PEACHES ........... 2 for 45 i Sun Valley Oatmeal or Cocoanut Cookies 2 Ib bag for 490 - Owned and Operated by John Bur Park River, North Dakota BURES Three metchan prizes giv- en every Saturday. A chance with every Cash purchase of $2 Or ore. Extra Special Fruit & Vegetables TOKAY GRAPES ......... ORANGES, Juice Size ..... CELERY, PASCAL ....... * LOWEST EVERYDAY FOOD PRICES * Park River, N.D. J.O. Severon Dial 22691 t Hartz (all purpose grind) a,m --u, HlllNllHlillUl[!l:l[l!llIllillllII]] Breakfast Coffee ,, 00o,,,elb bag 6', 2 2 c,,su,, o. BISCUITS ..... .... Hartz Deluxe Old Fashioned Peanut Butter ___ :_ 2 Ib jar 69c FAIRWAY STRAWBERRY GC;Sg"20Z m ,,,iA I oz00ot.e PRESERVES ......... SALAD OLIVES _Z:. 29c I GRAPE JUICE ..... 35 --- " =-_.- :. " BLe B. Z. Brand Pure --10 oz Jar FAIRWAY- I "'i Strawberry Preserves .... 2 for 430 LIBBY'S SWEET PICKLES ...... 14 oz Jar 29c Le Grande 303 Tin ream Style C0rn 8,0r$1.00 ..... 9,1 Libby's 3-Sieve 303 Tin zmmm$,im,l, PEAS ........ 2 for 39c ,,. KLEENEX nl Duncan Hines Buck Wheat 50-CT. Pancake Mix ..... 3'h Ib pkg 39c TABLE NAPKINS ..... Log Cabin 24 '0Z Bottle [ Libby's 24 OZ Tin M e a t s . SYRUP 57 I BEEF STEW 39c SIRLOIN YrEAK ................................ ; ' F Ail DOLE S FRESH RO.N I PIHEArPLE JUICE -pGl. FO  i   ....... , . ..... i !' W,I. i CO p,,, p, I', NORTI-I D,OTA TSDA', S-- l  cm c0,m PRX00Eo00.s scoring by going over from Lankin Local News Items Wops Down Aggles and adding the extra point i i fourth period. _ ,., Mrs. Marvin Hein, Susan, Barbara I Friday Night The Aggies will play snam CITY OF PARK BIVEB, NORTH SPECIAL FUNDS: and Adele drove to Grafton Sgpt. 20. ] Fargo here Friday night. D KOTA-REGULAR COUCiL 13First State Bank bond & Mr" and Mrs" RY Davisn andlMABELMARJFJEREN wonTheWahpetnHigh School Wopstheir first East_West conference Ad-Ne--WS Ii " , Int ......... : ..... 680.00 Judy, and Mardie Graham of Law-] VISITS FORMER RESIDENTS win of the season Friday as they IIEcT:NcQSPTfMBER 4,1956, AT 4P. J. Ferguson, contract __ 320.00 ton were visitors at the William I o u  u 5 First State Bank, bonds & Swartz home Sunday afternoon. I Miss Mabel Marifjeren of this city, drubbed the winless Walsh Aggies i Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lala and Ed t who spent the past eight months vis- 41-12.  were callers at Michigan Sept. 24. [ iting at the west coast, has returned [ here. During her absence she vis- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lapic enter- ited a large number of former Park tained at Supper Saturday, Sept. 15 River friends and relatives. , ! ,The regular monthly meeting of the City Council was held in the Council Room in the City Hall at 8 o'clock P. M. The meeting Was called to order by Mayor Johnson, the following members being present: Aldermen Bures, Dougherty, Bateman, Mater, Meberg and Cowger. The minutes of the last regular meeting and special meeting of Aug- ust 30 were, upon motion by Cow- ger, seconded by Bateman carried, approved as read by the Auditor. On motion by Meberg, seconded by Iviaier and carried, the following Int ............... 3,555.00 The monthly reports of Chief of Police, Supt. of Light Plant, City Auditor and Treasurer were read and ordered filed. The annual reports of the City Auditor and Treasurer were upon motion by Cowgcr, seconded by Bures and carried unanimously, ap- proved and ordered published. The resignation of Gust Walstad as Police Magistrate was presented to the City Council. Alderman Dougherty moved that same be ac- cepted. The motion was seconded by Cowger and carried. The Mayor's 5 Ebbsen's supplies ..... 116.20 6 Polar Tel. Co., service __ 58.88 7 Silliman Imp. Co.. rep, _. 43.74 Malde & Sharpe, sup. __ 3.29 MUNICIPAL UTILITIES for Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenda of Webster, Minn., Mrs. Eugene Lund- holm of Minneapolis, John Lapic, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lapic. Mrs. Chuck Platen and Mrs. J. B. Shercck were Grand Forks callers Sept: 19. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Matejcek made a trip to Altona, Manitoba, Sept. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Trenda of LaMoure attended the wedding of Elsie Ann Sobolik and Mile Martin- appointment of Wm. O'Brien, as Pc- bills were approved and ordered lice Magistrate to fill the unexpir- son Sept. 22. paid: Ied term of Mr. Walstad was upon Mr" and. Mrs: Tom Ondracek of ' GENERAL" J motion by Mater. seconded by Bate- raion vmlea remuves sere epu 5 n N D 7vVorkmen's Com  ]man and carried approved. 23. u " w. | ...... ' ..... the: Mrs ill Swartz and Sharon were Bureau Ins $ 212 97] me ummr reporteo mat   _ ;. ....... " ........ - " " " w F']rK Iver callers ep zz il tel sere 10001 confirmed assessment hst for Se -1 %.  " "" t h :l " " 1 Joe Fa . ' ................ 4 hasl Mrs rnesl r-_ra OC V1 ivlrs wm 2 er nnprovemen LJlstrlc i'0. ' '- " 2 L. Aichele, pt. salary .... 60. 0 .......... ffice I Dvorak, Mrs. Rudolph Bma, Mrs. le s ,been Illec[ in ntr u 3 L. Aiche -t pt salary .... 222.30  " ...... ! Jack Novak Mrs. Albert Bins and 4. Munidipal Utilities, gas __ 46.71 Alderman. ures. movecl tnat. met Mrs Charfie Bina attended the fl Co re airs" 21 69 Auditor be authorized to pubhsh in 5 Lien O' " P -- ' " " .... "" "n I president's meeting council of the Petter on "an ser 55 00 The Press a notice oI Connrmalo Wals h Cn,n*.. , .... , .... ,- -- tt on .an ser 18 00 oI peclai Assessment llSi ior ew- f T)rl ;,t- an+ lq 7Mrs. T. Peers '] ..... 4 ................  ..... 8 Ral h Leonard olicing 3000 er Improvement Dmtrict No anu a I M, r,,, h .... ,  D;o t- P ' P -- " " .... "  t 1 ' _._r ........ ... .......  ..... e Staven labor 35 00 meeting for acuon tnereon on c  : ..... . ....... 9 Henry , _i__ --. ...... "_' ! a pcnulng some time az tne name r n l r ravel 24 50 The motion was seconueo Dy 19ougn 60 Ma vi U be g, g -- - i . . "Jot Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brodina. 1 Eddie Clemetson, labor .... 20.40 erty anc[ carrmo. I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Matejcek 2 Clifford Frovarp, labor __ 9.48 Alderman Dougherty moved the J and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lapic drove 3 Bateman Motors, rep ..... 27.11 adoption of the following resolution: ] to Devils Lake Sept. 23 where they 4 Mike's Body Shop, rep .... 3295 BE IT RESOLVED by the City [ attended the Cana conference at the 67 Harlan Andrews, meter refund ............... 10.00 8 Cancelled 9 N. D. Workmen's Comp. Insurance ............ 341.11 70 Roy Lindgren, meter re- fund .............. 10.08 1 Francis Tronnes, refund ._ 10.00 2 Minnkota Power Co.-op power purchase ..... 2,350.08 3 Robert Williams, meter re- fund .............. 10.00 4 George M. Widme, sal ._ 385.08 5 Ralph Leonard sal ..... 255.00 6 Clifford Frovarp, sal .... 240.00 7 Eddie Clemetson, sal .... 240.00 8 Melvin R. Olson, sal ..... 240.00 : 9 Elsie Catherwood, sal .... 230.00 80.Carroll Nelson, refund .... 10.00 1 Joel Brateng, refund .... 10.00 2 Evans Transfer, frt ....... 6.89 3 Dak. Electric sup ..... 389.94 i:i ' 4Thompson-Stollee, sup _. 23.92 B ::',it / 5Samson Elec. sup ...... 82.80 , . L Brotsky, sup ........ 38.40 i' ::'7 Fursteneau Lbr. sup __ 9.90 8 Hardy Garage, rep .... 22.22 9 Ted McDougall, pump .... 40.00 Council of the City of Park River that the bid of Barbarossa and Sons for Intake Structure and Sludge Line for Water Treatment Plant in the amount of $28,619.00 be accepted and the Mayor and Auditor author- ized to sign contract with said Com- pany. Alderman Bateman seconded the motion for the adoption of the fore- going resolution and upon roll call the following voted "aye." Dougher- ty, Bures, Bateman, Mater, Meberg and Cowger. "Nay" none. The City Auditor reported that the Swimming Pool Committee has collected $10 008 toward the expense of construction of Pool. This amount included $2,000 pledged by the City. The Council went on record as be- ing in favor of blacktopping approx- imately 60 city blocks next year the largest part of the surveying has been done and plans are to complete same this fall so that work can be started early next year. Christ Monsebroten and Irvin Bis- choff met with the Council in re- gard to getting gravel on their street and also opening a street east of their property. The matter was re- ferred to the street committee for 0, Malde & Sharpe, sup ..... 15.66 investigation. ......  Eddie CIemeson, labor __ 50.50 Albert Svir was granted a permit i 2 Cancelled } to move a shed to his property for  .... '3 Melvin R. Olson, labor _. 18.40 the purpose of a garage. Sophia Petferson, off. wk _ 65.00 There being no further business . 5 Hagen Const. labor & Ma- the meeting on motion adjourned. terial ........... 285.00 M.O. JOHNSON, 6 Polar Telephone Co. ser __ 14.95 Mayor 7 Corral. Bulletin adv .... 2. ELSIE J. CATHERWOOD, 8 GN Railway,,frt _ ..... 3"301 City,Audi .... , 9 Soconoy-Vae. Oil, oil __ . .: _,. " I00 American Playground In41 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Silliman re- Device Co., sup ......... 3'.11 turned Thursday from Chicago 1 U S Pencil Co., sup .... 2 Evans Transfer, frt .... 3"37 | where they had attended a showing 7': 3 Clifford Frovarp, labor __ 8:63 | of the new Oldsmobile cars. K. C. Club rooms Mrs. Mary Kubesh of Grafton vis- ited with her mother, Mrs. Joseph- ine Matejcek Sept. 23. Dorothy Vasichek, student nurse at St. Michael's hospital in Grand Forks, spent Sept 23 with Mrs. An- na Vasichek. She left Monday for Fargo for further nurse's training. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Burianek of Minto were visitors at the Ted So- bolik home Sept. 19. Mrs. Erick Larson and Mrs. Sig Rasmussen of Adams visited with Mrs. Pete Spike Set. 18. Mrs. Florence Sticha is visiting her son-in-law nd daughter, Mr. Leaving here in February, Miss Marifjeren went first to Jackson, Miss., to visit her niece, Mrs. Wil- liam Davenport, and husband. Dur- ing her stay there she went to New Orleans on a sight-seeing trip. Going west, she stopped off at Las Cruces, N. M., to spend a short time with Dr. and Mrs. Lee Harris (Lorna Eyolfson) and family California was next on the Park River woman's itinerary and her first visit was with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nell Marifjeren, (Mary Kenney) at San Deigo. At San Marine, she visited Miss Ida Finneseth, Mrs. David Mills and Miss Harriett Mills. She called on Mr. and Mrs. Guy Worden (Eva Hasle) at Long Beach and visited with Mrs. Selmer Hille- bee (Alma Hasle) in Los Angeles. At Camarillo, she was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hasle and in San Francisco spent some time with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robbins (Kathryn Ostboe). In Seattle, Miss Marifjeren found : quite a number of former local peo- ple whom she called on while vis- iting in the homes of her three brothers, Leon, Andy and Vernon Marifjeren. Among them were Mrs. Bergelot Ostobe Gregg. An event of her Seattle stay was a boat trip to Vancouver, B. C. Stopping over in Portland, Ore.. she visited with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Taylor (Pearl Johnson) and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Leonard (Sofia Brandt) and Mrs. Leon Anderson. Turning homeward, a brief stop off was made at Yakima, Wash., to call on her brother, Vernon and family, who had moved there from Seattle. Montana. too, is the home state of numerous former local residents and FREE UNBREAKABLE TUMBLERS00 in every 50-lb. bug o! kota Maidl00ourl MORE ENERGY! MORE VITAMINS! MORE PROTEINS! Eat more bread, and use more wheat! Bread is the truly eco- nomical food that gives you ex- tra energy on brisk, cool days. Always remember: bread is good for you! Clip this Dakota Maid Recipe, Paste it on cardboard and put * it in your Recipe File. 1 cake eomprese yeast 5 dt"t.ed cup water DAKOTA MAID Zcup milk, sea.Ideal 2 eggs . . . _ cup shortemng 2 tbsp. grazeq cruise peeg z/3 cup sugar _  c. orange jume I recipe urange FllUng S.ftcn active dry yeast in warm water or compressed yeast in lukewarm water. Combine milk, shortening, sugar, and salt. uool to lukewarm; stir in about 2 cups DAKOTA MAID FLOUR and beat well. Add eggs one at a time, beaUng well after each. Stir in ioftened yeast, orange peel and Juice. Add remaining flour z 9 .make a soft dough. Cover; let stand 10 rain, On lightly floure( board, knead 5 to 1@ rain. or till smooth and elastic. Place In lightly, greased bowl, turning once to grease surface. uover; le. re in warm place till double (about 2 hrsJ Punch down. ulvlae aoush .in half; cover and let rest 10 rain. Roll each hflnl2..,.emmile, % inch thick, and spread with: up sugar 1 tbsp. grated orange peel cup chopped walnuts  c. melted butter . or margarine i Combine the above_ .zngredltnts,u . roll each half of _o___d h __ ___tr jelly roll; seal edge, C * l-hl. slices. Place cut aide down in greased muffin _pans.^ove and let rise in warm place fill nearly double 45 tO  m m e in hut nv,m a a. ate,...* 12 mln. or till done anu screen brown. Remove from pans. takes about 2 doz. -------  A DATF AT . . _ ,,  .ee.o [.., m r.th Count of Monte I t.r!sto Sho, qon$ored by ON SUNDAYS J D, M, id: ........... T ! N. De Mifl & Elevator Grand Forks, and Mrs. Melvin Houska nebTPisek. CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank all those who assisted us and offered sym- pathy at the passing of our beloved son and brother. We especially wish to thank Rev. Smestad for his kind- ness, Myron Hylden for his songs, those who sent flowers and memor- ials or in any way helped to make our sorrow easier to bear. May God bless all of you. The J. A. Froiland Family * Camille Thiele and Janice Porter, of Park River, freshmen at the Uni- versity of North Dakota, have been pledged to membership in the Alpha  Phi sorority. Other Park River-A1. pha Phi members are Mrs. L E. Hun- sen, Jackie Rengle, JeAnne Bena, Marion Waistad and Mrs. Johnny Trygg. Miss Marifieren looked up several. Amon them were Joe Lockrem and daughter, Alice, at Great Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Barney Diemer (Lil- lian 1Warifjeren) and Mr. and Mrs. Erva Foyn at Glendive: Mr. and Mrs. Cy Sicathmal at Circle: Mr. sd Mrs. Orville Lockrem, at Flax- ville: Mr. and Mrs. Emil Christian- ,nn, Mr. and Mrs. E'nest Dickerson CGr*ce Hasle) Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lockrem. Mr. and Mrs J. A. Peter- son (Alda Overbye) and Mrs. Bends Hasle Robbins, all at Billints. Her last stop was ,t Fargo at the born  nf her brothr-in-]aw nnd sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thiele and son, Johnny and Mrs. Charles Por- ter and daughter. Barbara. sent Sunday in Grand Forks with Camil- le Thiele and J'anice Porter, who are enrolled at the State university. L.,. HARTZ ,.o,,,s In the first quarter Jim Johnson went 2 yards for the first touchdown for Wahpeton. Gary Bies ran for the point. A 34-yard pass from Mike Gebhart to Jim Sturdevant came late in the quarter. Sturdevant ran for the point. The Ags scored on the first play of the second quarter when Bob Miller went over from the 2. Wahpeton added more points when Gebhart scored from the 1. Bies added the point. Later Sturde- vant scored from the 10. Wahpeton scored in the third quarter when Jim Johnson went ov- er from the 2 and added the point. Miller scored again for the Aggies in the third quarter. Dan Harwood ended Wahpeton's ,. i Campbell's Cream of Tomato 10 oz Tin Soup .__ 9 for $1.00 MOTHER'S CREAMETTES, 7 oz pkg 2 for 21 Libby's Assorted Baby Food _____ 12 cans for $1.oo i Libby's Crushed 14 oz Tin t Libby's Sliced 15 oz Tin PINEAPPLE __ 2 for 39c  PINEAPPLE -__'__ 19 i i I Libby's Deep Bown (with tomato sauce) 21 oz Tin Pork & Beans 2 for 310 Mrs. Roy Schultz entertained ladies aid circle Thursday cve I Rev. and Mrs. B. J Hatle. j mer Adams residents', are vi [ in this community. .! / Mr. and Mrs. Donley HoS, [ baby of Grand Forks visited* Jack Hosna home over the" end. Mr. and Mrs. Einar Br Milnor N. D., .were recent ' at the I. Midthling home. O2 tiers there recently were Mrs. Homer Midthling of F$ Mr. and Mrs. Melt;in S and girls, Mrs. Clara Wallgr Mrs. Clara Swenson attend Luther League at the S church Sept. 23. Lunch was $ after the program by Mrs. Hedlund and Mrs. Fred Lew CAKE 3 MIXES FAIRWAY UNSWEETENED  4@OZ. 2i GRAPEFRUIT JUICE .. WlNN 1st, Mrs. Vernie LarsO  2nd, Mrs. M. :+ 3rd Mrs. Wallace  : I Libby's No. 303 Tin SLICED or HALVES PEACHES ........... 2 for 45 i Sun Valley Oatmeal or Cocoanut Cookies 2 Ib bag for 490 - Owned and Operated by John Bur Park River, North Dakota BURES Three metchan prizes giv- en every Saturday. A chance with every Cash purchase of $2 Or ore. Extra Special Fruit & Vegetables TOKAY GRAPES ......... ORANGES, Juice Size ..... CELERY, PASCAL ....... * LOWEST EVERYDAY FOOD PRICES * Park River, N.D. J.O. Severon Dial 22691 t Hartz (all purpose grind) a,m --u, HlllNllHlillUl[!l:l[l!llIllillllII]] Breakfast Coffee ,, 00o,,,elb bag 6', 2 2 c,,su,, o. BISCUITS ..... .... Hartz Deluxe Old Fashioned Peanut Butter ___ :_ 2 Ib jar 69c FAIRWAY STRAWBERRY GC;Sg"20Z m ,,,iA I oz00ot.e PRESERVES ......... SALAD OLIVES _Z:. 29c I GRAPE JUICE ..... 35 --- " =-_.- :. " BLe B. Z. Brand Pure --10 oz Jar FAIRWAY- I "'i Strawberry Preserves .... 2 for 430 LIBBY'S SWEET PICKLES ...... 14 oz Jar 29c Le Grande 303 Tin ream Style C0rn 8,0r$1.00 ..... 9,1 Libby's 3-Sieve 303 Tin zmmm$,im,l, PEAS ........ 2 for 39c ,,. KLEENEX nl Duncan Hines Buck Wheat 50-CT. Pancake Mix ..... 3'h Ib pkg 39c TABLE NAPKINS ..... Log Cabin 24 '0Z Bottle [ Libby's 24 OZ Tin M e a t s . SYRUP 57 I BEEF STEW 39c SIRLOIN YrEAK ................................ ; ' F Ail DOLE S FRESH RO.N I PIHEArPLE JUICE