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THURSDAY, SER 27, 1956 WALSH COUNTY PRF.S, PARK BXVER, NORTH DAKOTA r PAGE FIVE Heard & Seen AROUND PARK RIVER Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Will McEachern were Mr. and Mrs. James Davis of Santa Bar- bara, Calif. RUMMAGE SALE, Wednesday, Oct. 3 Legion hall, starting at 2 O'clock. Sponsored by the Episcopal Guild. it Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. n. Meagher on Sunday were Mr. anc[ Mrs E W Brady, Miss Mary errick'and lVIr. and Mrs. Dale zoungren and family of Grand t+orks. EtSunday dinner guests of Mrs J. A. , alberg were Mrs. G. E. Peck of .argo Miss Mabel Marifjeren, Mrs. anda Parke, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. orson.and son, Robert and daugh- ter, Rebecca. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dencker o d grandson Donnie MacKay, of orpark, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Aug- se Lohse. spent Sunday at Winni- eg with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hack- Znn and Mrs. Robert Clark and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Deneker and their grandson Donnie MacKay lt Monday for their home at *oorpark, Calif. They had spent Wo months here at the Fred and .Ernest Deneker and August Lohse .ames. Accompanying them were Mrs. Ernest Dencker and daughter, Doris. Mrs. G. E. Peck of Fargo was a uest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1 J. Thorson from Friday until ] aesday. An aunt of Mrs. Thorson, :s. Peck is a former Park Riverite. ile she was here she was enter- t ned by a number of her old f tends at their homes. These were esdames Edgar  White, J. A. Hal- E erg, Theo. Dahl, Duncan McLean, F. Meagher, D. D. Smith and E. Landsborough. Mrs. Jack Erovick left today for Minneapolis to visit her sister, Mrs. Chas. LaCrosse. and to meet friends from Vancouver. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Middendorf were Mr. and Mrs. George Gowan and daughter, of Forest River and Mrs. Will Mc- Eachern. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Thorson. Mrs. G. E. Peck of Far- go and Mrs. J. A. Halberg drove to Walhalla to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Storms. Mrs. Thor- son and Mrs. Storms are sisters. Guests last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Eyolfson were Mr. and Mrs. William Rangelli, of Camden, N. J. A cousin of Mrs. Ey- olfson. Mrs. Rangelli is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson, former Park River residents. Guests at the Eyolfson home week were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Halgason of Wynyard, Sask. Mrs. Lloyd Harris returned Satur- day from Omaha, Neb., where she spent a week attending the Interna- tional Assembly of Rebekahs. A to- tal of 8,000 delegates and members from 48 states, Canada, Holland. Ha- waii and Cuba were present. Mrs. Harris had an 6pportunity to tour the celebrated Boys Town, which is located in the vicinity of Omaha and heard the Boys' Town choir. She also took other sight seeing tours in the city. The Presbyterian Missionary So- ciety met Thursday afternon in the Federated church parlors. Mrs. Ed- gar White, persident, conducted the business meeting. They made plans to attend the Presbyterial in the Park Center church Oct. 19. The meeting will be for all who wish to atend. Hostesses for the lunch were Mrs. M. O. Johnson and Mrs. David Ford. I FACIAL TISSUE WHITE OR COLORED TOILET TISSUE I;ltl$tl[ql FRUITS AND VIRNrTAI&i$ Pascal, Fresh Flavor CELERY, jumbo bunch 17c CRANBERRIES, .... Ib 29 Eatmor, red berries Red Fine Flavorgd TOKAY GRAPES. 2 Ibs 25 NORTHERN j Lorenz Mahrer, Owner I Quality Meats for Less PORK ROAST, Boston Butts Ib 39e L&RGE BALOGNA, Top Brands Ib 39 PORK SAUSAGE ROLLS Ib 39 THURINGER SUMMER SAUSAGE Ib 49 RING BALOGNA, Fine Ground Ib 39 Alvin Nappen of Grand Forks was a Sunday guest of lis brother, Les- lie Nappen and family. A girl was born Sept. 25 to Mr. and Mrs. Neil Larson. Park River, at St. Ansgar's hospital. A guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. August Lohse was his brother, Wil- liam Lohse of Brooklyn, N. Y. RUMMAGE SALE. Wednesday, Oct. 3, Masonic Temple 4 p. m. and through the supjer hour. Sponsored by the Shrine Auxiliary. s27 Palmer Dahlgren, prominent Ad- ams farmer, was admitted to St. Ansgar's hospital yesterday, follow- ing an accident. Details were not available. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Chester Thompson went to Grafton to visit Mrs. Thompson's brother-in-law, Tom Estad, of Crystal, who is hos- pitalized with s broken leg. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ferguson and daughter. Barbara, spent the week end in Beltrami, Minn., at the W. P. Ferguson home and in Grand Forks at the Lloyd Gullickson home. Mrs. Harry O'Brien was hostess.to her bride club Thursday evening with prizes for contract bridge going to Mrs. H. D. Long and Miss El- sie Catherwood. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. This meeting concluded the summer ser- ies and to mark {he occasion, the club members plan on going to Grand Forks for dinner soon. The Hi Lo bridge club met Mon- day evening at the farm home of Mrs. John Roholt near Hoople. It was the first meeting of the fall season Guests were Mrs. Frank Myrdal and Mrs. Joe Kouba. Score honors went to Mrs. J. C. Kenney and Mrs. Myrdal. The hostess serv- ed refreshments at the close of the card games. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Onstad left Monday for their home in Seattle after spending two weeks here at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Onstad. Other guests at the Onstad home over the week end were Mrs. Donald Onstad's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nelson, of Bur- lington, Wash. They also visited with Mrs. Elmer Widme and other relatives. I Olaf Malde, J. O. Severson, Floyd Fail and Lyle Severson of Brecken- ridge, Minn., went to White Shell, Man., on a week end fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Severson and children, Corbin and Lynn, came up Saturday from Brec.kenridge. Minn., to spend several days with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Severson. Mrs. Thorleif Moe entertained 12 children at her home Sept. 19 for her son, Gaylin, who was 8 years old that day. Games were played and lunch, including the birthday cake, was served. Mrs. Haaken Moe of Kalispell, Mont.. Mrs. Elmer Detschman and daughter. Ruth. of Bemidji, Minn.. were Park River visitors Friday at the Thorleif Moe. Harry Rasmussen and Willard Stenerson homes. Guests over the week end at the Bert Levin home were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nissen of Parshall. Mrs. Nis- sen is the former Donna Levin Mr. Nissen is employed by the telephone company at Parshal]. GARFIELD LADIES AID meets Thursday, Oct. 4, at the Aaron Isak- son home. Program at 2:30. Lunch served from 4 to 7 p. m. Everybody welcome. Mrs. Gustie Clemetson, who spent three weeks visiting relatives and friends in Grand Forks, Fargo, De- troit Lakes and Fosston. Minn.. has returned to Park River. Mrs. Clem- etson and daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Staven, were in Grand Forks Tues- day to call on Mrs. Milton Iverson Florence Bergman) who is a surgi- cal patient at the Deaconess hospi- tal in that city. Mrs. Leslie Nappen entertained at a party at the family home Satur- day evening, to mark three birth- days. Guests of honor were Mr. Nap- pen, their son, Richard, and Arthur Jackson of Grafton. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bygland, Mrs. Jackson and the Robert Byg- land family of Grafton. A highlight of the evening was a long distance call from Mr. Nappen's brother, Kenneth, in Reseda, Calif. Richard had a second party Monday after- noon when Mrs. Nappen was hostess to six of his playmates. He was five years old. A birthday cake was a feature of the party. BASK "TOP NOTCH" SHOE $4 95 As illustrated, except all White A better quality shoe with a distinctive moulded outsole that assures quick starts and sure stops. Snug- fit Arch and Cushion Insole lessens jolts and jars. Long wearing high grade canvas uppers. Completely wash- able. TEAM UP with these TOP NOTCH basketball shoes. SAVE A DOLLAR or more on this low thrift price. All sizes 6V2 to 12. Boys sizes 3 to 6, $4.75. TONITE-FRIDAY-SATURDAY Mr mmes00 Sun. - Men.. Tues. Sept. 30, Oct. 1-2 CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY FROM 2:45 MON.-TUES. SHOWS AT 6:45 AND 9:15 STARRIEST MUSICALr Every Wednesday Is Take-A-Chance ADMISSION PRICES Adults and Students--30c Children--15c A boy was born Sept. 20 to Mr. and Mrs..+ Allston Lindgren, Parl River, at  Grafton hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Veralrud and family of Fargo visited here over Sunday at the T. W, Eyolfson home. Marcia Bakken is visiting at the home of her grandfather, Alfred Axvig at Edinburg. T. W. Eyolfson, Park River drug- gist, who has been a patient at St, Ansgar's hospital for ten days. was able to return home yesterday. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Fursteneau on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nehring of Grand Forks. Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Silliman were his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Sillim an of York, N. D. The Presbyterian ladies aid met in the Federated church Friday eve- ning, with Mrs. Will McEachern pre- siding. She also served the lunch. Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Staven went to Edmore Sunday to spend the day with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elling Knudson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swehla of Wimbledon were over Sunday vis- itors at the Adolph Sobolik home. They are former residents here. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Erickson and son. Larry, left Thursday for Fargo to make their home while Mr. Er- ickson attends NDAC. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Silliman and family visited at Towner. N. D., on Sunday with his brother-inlaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Howard McDon- ald. Don Knutson, who had spent six weeks at Los Gatos, Calif., with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Arman (Harriett Knut- son), has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brash and E. M. Thoe of Devils Lake .were Sunday visitors here at the home of Mrs. Harry O'Brien and her mother, Mrs. Halvor Thoe. Mr. and Mrs. John Bena and daughter, Dorothy and Mrs. Knute Stevens spent Sunday with the L. R. Hankey family at Red Lake Falls, Minn. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Thompson were Mrs. Roy Anderson of Seattle, Mrs. J. J. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. John Almen Ferguson and Miss Marjorie Thomp- son of MinneapoliS, Miss Clara Ellingson, who was employed in Bismarck for several weeks during the summer, returned to Park River Saturday and has re- sumed her teaching position at the Waish County School. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Staven at- tended the State Beverage Dealers Convention at Willistoja Sept. 16-18. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Staven of Superior, Wis., visited at the Lloyd and Elmer Staven homes Wednes- day and Thursday of last week. The men are brothers. A Letter to Parents Dear Parents: There has been some misunder- stranding as to the morning and noon :shedule at the Grade School. It is possible that, in some cases, the little folks have failed to bring the slips home. We, as teachers, have tried to devise a workable program. Of course, we realize that it is not satisfactory to all; however, it seems to be the best at the present time. Students who are in need of extra help may come at 8:30 a. m. All the teachers will be in their rooms to as- sist them at this hour. Then at 8:45 teachers in grades 1 to 3 are on duty to direct the little folks. For all oth- er students, the time is 8:50 a. m. At noon, grades 1 to 3 return at 12:45 and grades 4 to 8 at 12:50. We certainly do not want children to stand outside during inclement weather. If you are from the rural area or have work that fSquires an early arrival do come and tell us, so that your child will receive prop- er attention. We wish to thank you for your co-operation. Mrs. Owen McGowan, Principal Park River Elementary School Want Ads For Sale: double barrelled shotgun 20 gauge. Service Cleaners, city s27 For Sale: car heater, spotl!ght, tires and other car accessories. Mrs. Nels Benson, city. 27s* For Sale: Guernsey Cow. Fresh 7 weeks. Also Insulated hip bootS, size 10. Practically new. A. D. Lew- is, City Dial 22151. s27" Wanted to Buy: 75 to 100 pulletS, good layers. Leghorns preferred, Charlie Novak, Lankin, N. D. s27" Wanted to Buy: clean rags, 10c a pound. No buttons, zippers, etc. No curtains. Walsh County Press. tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Responsible male or female, from this area, wanted to service and col- lect from automatic vending ma- chines. N selling. Age not essential, Car, references and $550 working capital necessary. 7 to 12 hours weekly can net to $250 monthly. Pos- sibility full time. For local inter- view give phone and full particu- lars. Write Box 7046, Hyland Station Minnetapolis, 11, Minn. BIDS WANTED The Cavalier County Fair Asso- ciation will receive sealed bids un- til 6 p. m. Thursday, Oct. 4 for the sale of the following buildings on the fair grounds at Langdon, N. D.: Cattle barn, 60 x 48 ft. 2 Horse Barns 60x32 ft. Livestock Bulding, 60 x 36 ft, All buildings are of frame con- struction and must be moved with- in two weeks from date of sale. All bids must be accompanied by : certified cheek of 5% of total bid. + BY ORDER OF THE BOARD, "+ Dick Forkner, Secretary \\; - + With hunting season coming on, I can't even get a grunt out ot Emit-hc's that wrapped tip in his plans. He tells mc the season for sharptail rousc orens this Friday September 28, ar, d the duck seaon ope*as October 1. I guess I couldn't care less-ahhoug,,h I do like duck. My preference is for more 'domesticated" meats-- beef, for instance. Incidentally, North Dakota cattle raisers will be interested in knowing how the word ori- ginated. The French first used the word as "beeF" .... meaning beef or beef cattle. It's a hand-me-down from the Norman coqquerors of England whose name for an OX was "bos". , , *m ' Origins of other eat-words are also interesting. Pork comes from the Latin, "porous", meaning pig. Steak comes from the Scandinavian, "stcik", meanimz meat on a stick, t!!tm, of Saxon-Cermanie origin, actua']ly means "shi,botw , aud the word "chops" comes from the Danish "kappeH". mcazi] to cut off. I:z::] and I enjoyed a real feast last Wednesday when the l)azcy American Legion post and its auxiliary spon, sored their ninth annual barbecue in that community, I wa:+ a big day-political speeches, an auction sale, con. ccs by the Dazey high school band and the Valley City Dcum and Bugle Corps, a western movie and a dance, It was late when we got honte, so I didn't set my hair. M:;t have looked a fright the next day at PTA! Speakin of PTA,"thcre's a good fihn available for PTA programs, au(l for all women's clubs and home- maker groups, Service clubs, too. I'll be glad to show it anywhere in North Dakota, without expense to you. If yc, u're interested in details, just drop me a card or letter to Pst Office Box 2012, Fargo, North Dakota. It's a lBmm film, with s0tmd and ia color,produccd for t,c S & II folks. Since Emil brought home two lugs of peaches, it's l:'.'cn peach festival time around our place. Here's a "l+eachy" recipe I swapped with one of my neighbors+ It's peach-grape salad with cottage cheese. Take six fresh peaches, 1/4 cup orange juice, 1/2 pound seedless grapes, head lettuce, mayonnaise and cottage cheese. Peel peaches, cut in half, remove stones and slice. Dit .):/n orange juice. For each serving, place several peadl :: +slices and some grapes on lettuce cups. Top with mayon- naise, serve with cottage cheese. Like you, I'm one of those gals who's always lookin or a new recioe. Same way around the housa , ik ..... - ....... e there's always just one more NEW thing to getl And I wonder what I d do if it weren't for S & H Green Stamps! Because so many merchants give S & H Green Stamps as a discount for cash, it's easy to fill S & H Green Stamp books rapidly-and get my choice of the nationally known items shown in their catalog. M grocer tells me S & H redeems billions o[ stamps ea . year-and I can see whyl .. Well, I hear Emil hollering at me, "There's a button off his shirt", so I better go to his resetie, He's going to the Elks stag tonight. I'll be with you again soon.... THURSDAY, SER 27, 1956 WALSH COUNTY PRF.S, PARK BXVER, NORTH DAKOTA r PAGE FIVE Heard & Seen AROUND PARK RIVER Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Will McEachern were Mr. and Mrs. James Davis of Santa Bar- bara, Calif. RUMMAGE SALE, Wednesday, Oct. 3 Legion hall, starting at 2 O'clock. Sponsored by the Episcopal Guild. it Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. n. Meagher on Sunday were Mr. anc[ Mrs E W Brady, Miss Mary errick'and lVIr. and Mrs. Dale zoungren and family of Grand t+orks. EtSunday dinner guests of Mrs J. A. , alberg were Mrs. G. E. Peck of .argo Miss Mabel Marifjeren, Mrs. anda Parke, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. orson.and son, Robert and daugh- ter, Rebecca. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dencker o d grandson Donnie MacKay, of orpark, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Aug- se Lohse. spent Sunday at Winni- eg with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hack- Znn and Mrs. Robert Clark and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Deneker and their grandson Donnie MacKay lt Monday for their home at *oorpark, Calif. They had spent Wo months here at the Fred and .Ernest Deneker and August Lohse .ames. Accompanying them were Mrs. Ernest Dencker and daughter, Doris. Mrs. G. E. Peck of Fargo was a uest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1 J. Thorson from Friday until ] aesday. An aunt of Mrs. Thorson, :s. Peck is a former Park Riverite. ile she was here she was enter- t ned by a number of her old f tends at their homes. These were esdames Edgar  White, J. A. Hal- E erg, Theo. Dahl, Duncan McLean, F. Meagher, D. D. Smith and E. Landsborough. Mrs. Jack Erovick left today for Minneapolis to visit her sister, Mrs. Chas. LaCrosse. and to meet friends from Vancouver. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Middendorf were Mr. and Mrs. George Gowan and daughter, of Forest River and Mrs. Will Mc- Eachern. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Thorson. Mrs. G. E. Peck of Far- go and Mrs. J. A. Halberg drove to Walhalla to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Storms. Mrs. Thor- son and Mrs. Storms are sisters. Guests last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Eyolfson were Mr. and Mrs. William Rangelli, of Camden, N. J. A cousin of Mrs. Ey- olfson. Mrs. Rangelli is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson, former Park River residents. Guests at the Eyolfson home week were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Halgason of Wynyard, Sask. Mrs. Lloyd Harris returned Satur- day from Omaha, Neb., where she spent a week attending the Interna- tional Assembly of Rebekahs. A to- tal of 8,000 delegates and members from 48 states, Canada, Holland. Ha- waii and Cuba were present. Mrs. Harris had an 6pportunity to tour the celebrated Boys Town, which is located in the vicinity of Omaha and heard the Boys' Town choir. She also took other sight seeing tours in the city. The Presbyterian Missionary So- ciety met Thursday afternon in the Federated church parlors. Mrs. Ed- gar White, persident, conducted the business meeting. They made plans to attend the Presbyterial in the Park Center church Oct. 19. The meeting will be for all who wish to atend. Hostesses for the lunch were Mrs. M. O. Johnson and Mrs. David Ford. I FACIAL TISSUE WHITE OR COLORED TOILET TISSUE I;ltl$tl[ql FRUITS AND VIRNrTAI&i$ Pascal, Fresh Flavor CELERY, jumbo bunch 17c CRANBERRIES, .... Ib 29 Eatmor, red berries Red Fine Flavorgd TOKAY GRAPES. 2 Ibs 25 NORTHERN j Lorenz Mahrer, Owner I Quality Meats for Less PORK ROAST, Boston Butts Ib 39e L&RGE BALOGNA, Top Brands Ib 39 PORK SAUSAGE ROLLS Ib 39 THURINGER SUMMER SAUSAGE Ib 49 RING BALOGNA, Fine Ground Ib 39 Alvin Nappen of Grand Forks was a Sunday guest of lis brother, Les- lie Nappen and family. A girl was born Sept. 25 to Mr. and Mrs. Neil Larson. Park River, at St. Ansgar's hospital. A guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. August Lohse was his brother, Wil- liam Lohse of Brooklyn, N. Y. RUMMAGE SALE. Wednesday, Oct. 3, Masonic Temple 4 p. m. and through the supjer hour. Sponsored by the Shrine Auxiliary. s27 Palmer Dahlgren, prominent Ad- ams farmer, was admitted to St. Ansgar's hospital yesterday, follow- ing an accident. Details were not available. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Chester Thompson went to Grafton to visit Mrs. Thompson's brother-in-law, Tom Estad, of Crystal, who is hos- pitalized with s broken leg. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ferguson and daughter. Barbara, spent the week end in Beltrami, Minn., at the W. P. Ferguson home and in Grand Forks at the Lloyd Gullickson home. Mrs. Harry O'Brien was hostess.to her bride club Thursday evening with prizes for contract bridge going to Mrs. H. D. Long and Miss El- sie Catherwood. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. This meeting concluded the summer ser- ies and to mark {he occasion, the club members plan on going to Grand Forks for dinner soon. The Hi Lo bridge club met Mon- day evening at the farm home of Mrs. John Roholt near Hoople. It was the first meeting of the fall season Guests were Mrs. Frank Myrdal and Mrs. Joe Kouba. Score honors went to Mrs. J. C. Kenney and Mrs. Myrdal. The hostess serv- ed refreshments at the close of the card games. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Onstad left Monday for their home in Seattle after spending two weeks here at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Onstad. Other guests at the Onstad home over the week end were Mrs. Donald Onstad's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nelson, of Bur- lington, Wash. They also visited with Mrs. Elmer Widme and other relatives. I Olaf Malde, J. O. Severson, Floyd Fail and Lyle Severson of Brecken- ridge, Minn., went to White Shell, Man., on a week end fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Severson and children, Corbin and Lynn, came up Saturday from Brec.kenridge. Minn., to spend several days with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Severson. Mrs. Thorleif Moe entertained 12 children at her home Sept. 19 for her son, Gaylin, who was 8 years old that day. Games were played and lunch, including the birthday cake, was served. Mrs. Haaken Moe of Kalispell, Mont.. Mrs. Elmer Detschman and daughter. Ruth. of Bemidji, Minn.. were Park River visitors Friday at the Thorleif Moe. Harry Rasmussen and Willard Stenerson homes. Guests over the week end at the Bert Levin home were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nissen of Parshall. Mrs. Nis- sen is the former Donna Levin Mr. Nissen is employed by the telephone company at Parshal]. GARFIELD LADIES AID meets Thursday, Oct. 4, at the Aaron Isak- son home. Program at 2:30. Lunch served from 4 to 7 p. m. Everybody welcome. Mrs. Gustie Clemetson, who spent three weeks visiting relatives and friends in Grand Forks, Fargo, De- troit Lakes and Fosston. Minn.. has returned to Park River. Mrs. Clem- etson and daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Staven, were in Grand Forks Tues- day to call on Mrs. Milton Iverson Florence Bergman) who is a surgi- cal patient at the Deaconess hospi- tal in that city. Mrs. Leslie Nappen entertained at a party at the family home Satur- day evening, to mark three birth- days. Guests of honor were Mr. Nap- pen, their son, Richard, and Arthur Jackson of Grafton. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bygland, Mrs. Jackson and the Robert Byg- land family of Grafton. A highlight of the evening was a long distance call from Mr. Nappen's brother, Kenneth, in Reseda, Calif. Richard had a second party Monday after- noon when Mrs. Nappen was hostess to six of his playmates. He was five years old. A birthday cake was a feature of the party. BASK "TOP NOTCH" SHOE $4 95 As illustrated, except all White A better quality shoe with a distinctive moulded outsole that assures quick starts and sure stops. Snug- fit Arch and Cushion Insole lessens jolts and jars. Long wearing high grade canvas uppers. Completely wash- able. TEAM UP with these TOP NOTCH basketball shoes. SAVE A DOLLAR or more on this low thrift price. All sizes 6V2 to 12. Boys sizes 3 to 6, $4.75. TONITE-FRIDAY-SATURDAY Mr mmes00 Sun. - Men.. Tues. Sept. 30, Oct. 1-2 CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY FROM 2:45 MON.-TUES. SHOWS AT 6:45 AND 9:15 STARRIEST MUSICALr Every Wednesday Is Take-A-Chance ADMISSION PRICES Adults and Students--30c Children--15c A boy was born Sept. 20 to Mr. and Mrs..+ Allston Lindgren, Parl River, at  Grafton hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Veralrud and family of Fargo visited here over Sunday at the T. W, Eyolfson home. Marcia Bakken is visiting at the home of her grandfather, Alfred Axvig at Edinburg. T. W. Eyolfson, Park River drug- gist, who has been a patient at St, Ansgar's hospital for ten days. was able to return home yesterday. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Fursteneau on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nehring of Grand Forks. Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Silliman were his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Sillim an of York, N. D. The Presbyterian ladies aid met in the Federated church Friday eve- ning, with Mrs. Will McEachern pre- siding. She also served the lunch. Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Staven went to Edmore Sunday to spend the day with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elling Knudson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swehla of Wimbledon were over Sunday vis- itors at the Adolph Sobolik home. They are former residents here. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Erickson and son. Larry, left Thursday for Fargo to make their home while Mr. Er- ickson attends NDAC. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Silliman and family visited at Towner. N. D., on Sunday with his brother-inlaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Howard McDon- ald. Don Knutson, who had spent six weeks at Los Gatos, Calif., with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Arman (Harriett Knut- son), has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brash and E. M. Thoe of Devils Lake .were Sunday visitors here at the home of Mrs. Harry O'Brien and her mother, Mrs. Halvor Thoe. Mr. and Mrs. John Bena and daughter, Dorothy and Mrs. Knute Stevens spent Sunday with the L. R. Hankey family at Red Lake Falls, Minn. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Thompson were Mrs. Roy Anderson of Seattle, Mrs. J. J. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. John Almen Ferguson and Miss Marjorie Thomp- son of MinneapoliS, Miss Clara Ellingson, who was employed in Bismarck for several weeks during the summer, returned to Park River Saturday and has re- sumed her teaching position at the Waish County School. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Staven at- tended the State Beverage Dealers Convention at Willistoja Sept. 16-18. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Staven of Superior, Wis., visited at the Lloyd and Elmer Staven homes Wednes- day and Thursday of last week. The men are brothers. A Letter to Parents Dear Parents: There has been some misunder- stranding as to the morning and noon :shedule at the Grade School. It is possible that, in some cases, the little folks have failed to bring the slips home. We, as teachers, have tried to devise a workable program. Of course, we realize that it is not satisfactory to all; however, it seems to be the best at the present time. Students who are in need of extra help may come at 8:30 a. m. All the teachers will be in their rooms to as- sist them at this hour. Then at 8:45 teachers in grades 1 to 3 are on duty to direct the little folks. For all oth- er students, the time is 8:50 a. m. At noon, grades 1 to 3 return at 12:45 and grades 4 to 8 at 12:50. We certainly do not want children to stand outside during inclement weather. If you are from the rural area or have work that fSquires an early arrival do come and tell us, so that your child will receive prop- er attention. We wish to thank you for your co-operation. Mrs. Owen McGowan, Principal Park River Elementary School Want Ads For Sale: double barrelled shotgun 20 gauge. Service Cleaners, city s27 For Sale: car heater, spotl!ght, tires and other car accessories. Mrs. Nels Benson, city. 27s* For Sale: Guernsey Cow. Fresh 7 weeks. Also Insulated hip bootS, size 10. Practically new. A. D. Lew- is, City Dial 22151. s27" Wanted to Buy: 75 to 100 pulletS, good layers. Leghorns preferred, Charlie Novak, Lankin, N. D. s27" Wanted to Buy: clean rags, 10c a pound. No buttons, zippers, etc. No curtains. Walsh County Press. tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Responsible male or female, from this area, wanted to service and col- lect from automatic vending ma- chines. N selling. Age not essential, Car, references and $550 working capital necessary. 7 to 12 hours weekly can net to $250 monthly. Pos- sibility full time. For local inter- view give phone and full particu- lars. Write Box 7046, Hyland Station Minnetapolis, 11, Minn. BIDS WANTED The Cavalier County Fair Asso- ciation will receive sealed bids un- til 6 p. m. Thursday, Oct. 4 for the sale of the following buildings on the fair grounds at Langdon, N. D.: Cattle barn, 60 x 48 ft. 2 Horse Barns 60x32 ft. Livestock Bulding, 60 x 36 ft, All buildings are of frame con- struction and must be moved with- in two weeks from date of sale. All bids must be accompanied by : certified cheek of 5% of total bid. + BY ORDER OF THE BOARD, "+ Dick Forkner, Secretary \\; - + With hunting season coming on, I can't even get a grunt out ot Emit-hc's that wrapped tip in his plans. He tells mc the season for sharptail rousc orens this Friday September 28, ar, d the duck seaon ope*as October 1. I guess I couldn't care less-ahhoug,,h I do like duck. My preference is for more 'domesticated" meats-- beef, for instance. Incidentally, North Dakota cattle raisers will be interested in knowing how the word ori- ginated. The French first used the word as "beeF" .... meaning beef or beef cattle. It's a hand-me-down from the Norman coqquerors of England whose name for an OX was "bos". , , *m ' Origins of other eat-words are also interesting. Pork comes from the Latin, "porous", meaning pig. Steak comes from the Scandinavian, "stcik", meanimz meat on a stick, t!!tm, of Saxon-Cermanie origin, actua']ly means "shi,botw , aud the word "chops" comes from the Danish "kappeH". mcazi] to cut off. I:z::] and I enjoyed a real feast last Wednesday when the l)azcy American Legion post and its auxiliary spon, sored their ninth annual barbecue in that community, I wa:+ a big day-political speeches, an auction sale, con. ccs by the Dazey high school band and the Valley City Dcum and Bugle Corps, a western movie and a dance, It was late when we got honte, so I didn't set my hair. M:;t have looked a fright the next day at PTA! Speakin of PTA,"thcre's a good fihn available for PTA programs, au(l for all women's clubs and home- maker groups, Service clubs, too. I'll be glad to show it anywhere in North Dakota, without expense to you. If yc, u're interested in details, just drop me a card or letter to Pst Office Box 2012, Fargo, North Dakota. It's a lBmm film, with s0tmd and ia color,produccd for t,c S & II folks. Since Emil brought home two lugs of peaches, it's l:'.'cn peach festival time around our place. Here's a "l+eachy" recipe I swapped with one of my neighbors+ It's peach-grape salad with cottage cheese. Take six fresh peaches, 1/4 cup orange juice, 1/2 pound seedless grapes, head lettuce, mayonnaise and cottage cheese. Peel peaches, cut in half, remove stones and slice. Dit .):/n orange juice. For each serving, place several peadl :: +slices and some grapes on lettuce cups. Top with mayon- naise, serve with cottage cheese. Like you, I'm one of those gals who's always lookin or a new recioe. Same way around the housa , ik ..... - ....... e there's always just one more NEW thing to getl And I wonder what I d do if it weren't for S & H Green Stamps! Because so many merchants give S & H Green Stamps as a discount for cash, it's easy to fill S & H Green Stamp books rapidly-and get my choice of the nationally known items shown in their catalog. M grocer tells me S & H redeems billions o[ stamps ea . year-and I can see whyl .. Well, I hear Emil hollering at me, "There's a button off his shirt", so I better go to his resetie, He's going to the Elks stag tonight. I'll be with you again soon....