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PAGE SIX WALSH COUNTY P, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1955 AT THE HURCHES aT. MARTS CATHOLIC will be the speaker. Dinner served Masses next Sunday, 3 a. m. and at noon. Offerings for Missions, 10:30 a.m. Our Saviour's: Thursday (today) Confessions each Saturday at 7:3( Circle 5 meets at home of Mrs. F. J. P. m, at the church. Thorson at 2:30. Sunday: Worship at Edlnburg The Busy Bee Seniors and Juniors 4-H clubs of Edinburg held their annual achievement day in the church basement. Roll call was answered by the members naming Mus 6:30 a. m. Daffy and Sun- day, St, Ansgar's chapel. FEDERATED CHURCH Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Service Sunday, 11 a.m. Rev. Everett C. Owens, Pastor aT. PETER EPISCOPAl,. Morning worship at 9:45. Rev. S. A. Glasgow, rector BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Roy Marzolf, pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Classes for all ages. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Evening service at 8 o'clock Bible study and prayer meeting at 8 p, m. Wednesdays. All welcome to our services. t Working, working, working Without a worship time Makes bodies weak and weary That worry overtime. Come join our worship service* At 'leven Sunday morn. To life your heart, give new hope, And be of Christ new born. ZION LUTHERAN Friday, 4 p. m. Senior Confirma- tion, 4 p.m. Juniors at 5 p.m. , Sunday: 10 a. m. Sunday school. II a. m. worship service. Youth Sunday. Youth in Action offering. South Trinity: Thurs. 2:30 ladies aid. Sundsy, worship at 9. Youth Sun- day. Youth in Action offering. Sun- day school at 10. Oliver E. Johnson, pastor EDIIBURG FREE CHURCH Garfield: Luther League officers meet Tuesday evening, Oct. 2. Ladies aid Oct. 4, at the Aaron Isakson home at 2:30. St. Peter: worship Sept. 30, 9:30. Aadalen: Worship, Sept. 30, 1115. Hitterdal: Ladies aid Oct. 5. 2:30. McVille District Luther League convention Sept. 29-30. See' your pastor for rides. It will be held in the Gethsemane Lutheran church near Toina. PARE RIVER LUTHERAN Parkh The Parish: Sunday: Mission fes- tival sponsored by the Golden and Pleasant congregations will be held at Pleasant with meetings at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Rev. Loren Spaulding, missionary to North Dakota Indians, 9:30 a. m. with Rev. Loren Spaulding in charge. Monday: The E.M.V. General com- mittee meets, 8 p. m. Tuesday: LCR, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Jr. LDR of- ficers and advisors meet at 430 p.m. at E. C. Olson home. Golden Valley: Friday: Ladies aid, 2:30 Sunday: The Sunday school meets at 9:45. Pleasant Valley: Sunday The Sun- day school is at 945. Mission festi- val as stated above. Rev. Leonard E. Smestad, pastor PARK RIVER MISSION the demonstration each had given during the club year. A report by Sandra Stenerson on her trip to the 4-H Institue at Far- go was given. This was followed by a song by the Junior girls. Mothers and girls took part in three judging contests. Muffins, table setting and breakfast menus were judged and prizes were awarded to the winners of first, second and third places. Mrs. Joyce Fritzler, Home Exten- sion agent, was present and explain- ed the new project for next year. i Friday, 8 p,m. Fellowship andlMissi0n Festival prayer. Sunday, I0 a. m. Sudsy school, II a.m. Morning worship, 8 p. m. Eve- __ ning service. I Jt Rev. E. V. Folden, speaker ImL Pleasant Valley HOOPLE CHURCH NEWS  [ Rev. J. R. Sonnenberg, pastor I ConfirrmLfion classes at Hoople for all thrqm congregations SaL Seniors at 9 a. m. Juniors, 10:30. First Lutheran: Worship service: at 9:30 a. m. Sunday school at 10:30. Tuesday evenings: The building committee will meet at 8 o'clock. Wed. evenings, Girls chorus at 7. Oct. 3: Ladies aid, 3 p.m. Park Center: Sunday school, 9:45. worshpi (Oct. 7) at 11 a.m. Hvideso: Sunday school at 9:45. Worship at 11 a. m. EDINBURG LUTHERAN PARISH Trinity: Saturday, jr. confirmands at 9. Sr. confirmands at 10:30. Sun- day, worship at 9:30 a. m. Sunday school and Bible class at 10:45. Odalen: Sat. Confirmation classes tn Trinity. Sunday, worship in Norse at 8 p. m. Special music. Zion: Sat. Confirmation classes in Trinity. Sunday: Sunday school. I0 a. m. Worship at 11:I0 a. m. S. O. Kvaale, pastor ATTEND METHODIST CONFERENCE AT FARGO Rev. and Mrs. Everett C. H. Owens attended the Eastern District conference of the Methodist church in Fargo Sept. 21. The main speak- er was Bishop Edwin E. Voigt and he said, "It is time to went to work to improve the organization and ef- fectiveness of our local churches." The church will enter this year in- to a four-year plan of self-study, ac. cording to Rev. Owens. The Walsh County Press Mrs. Harry Orlen NATIONAL EDITORIAL "--CXU'7 I. .,3. Editor & Publisher  Published every Thursday from The Pre building, Park River, North Dakota, and entered.in the Park River postofflce  the Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1879. Subscription rates, $2.50 a year in North Dakota, $3 a year elsewhere. Rev. Loren L. Spaulding of Rolla will be the guest speaker at the an- nual Mission Festival sponsored by Pleasant Valley and Golden Valley Lutheran churches. The festival will be held next Sunday, Sept. 30, at Pleasant Valley, with services at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Dinner will be serv- ed at noon. Offerings will be receiv- ed for Missions. Rev. Spaulding is commissioned by the Evangelical Lutheran church to conduct mission work among the Indians in North Dakota. His work is primarily centered around Rolla, Tokio and Walhaila. Besides this, he does some work among the migrant Indians and Mexicans who work in the Red River Valley potato and sugar beet fields. Besides preaching at the Mission Festival, Rev. Spaulding will be in charge of the 9:30 a.m. service at Our Saviour's church in Park River the same Sunday while Rev. Leon- ard E. Smestad preaches at a Pxeaching, Teaching, Realching Mission at Forbes, N. D., near the South Dakota border. Rev. Spauld- ing and Rev. Smestad were school- mates at Luther Theological Semin- ary in St. Paul while preparing for the ministry. The public is cordially invited to all these services. $ Hey, There! Boys and 6iris... Delicious, Freezer-Fresh Malts We're Having A "Bring A Friend" Day Pineapple, Butterscotch Chocolate, Strawberry MALTS TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE Reg. Price 25c Friday and Saturday This Deal Was Meant For You! Wal00 C00nn t00-r Cre00m-00rr y i Leo Willard, Mgr. Park River, N.D. Dial 22261 It will be on clothing. Each girl exhibited baked foods for this year's project. A well was dug recently at the Trinity church and will soon be in use. Miss Bernice Rike began teaching in the Nash school Sept. 4. Recent visitors here at the Mar- vin Bakken home and with Mr. and Mrs. Martin O. Foseide and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brunsvold were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mory of Sun Val- ley, Calif. They made the trip by airplane. Mrs. John Rohrer of Great Falls, Mont., spent a few days at the Wil- liam Melstad home here. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson and family of Gardar " moved into the John Rohrer apartments. Mrs. Jim Holmes has gone to Adams to stay with the Wendell Holmes family. The Raymond Holmes family of Grand Forks vis- ited here with her last week. Mrs. Stanley Stenerson and her, son, Sterling, went to Fargo Fri- day. The latter is a student at the NDAC. Mr. Stenerson joined them on Saturday evening and they vis- ited over Sunday with their daugh- ter, Sandra, who is a freshman at Concordia College, Moorhead0 and with their son-In-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wogsland and family, who live in Moorhead. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Wilson left Friday after spending ten days at the Halvor Kalbeekdalen home. Mrs. Halvor Kalbeckdalen, who suf- fered a stroke about two weeks ago is reported to be somewhat im- proved. Lucille Elofson came here from Canada to visit her cousin, Mrs. Geston and other relatives at Gar- dar. According to word received here by friends, Mrs. P. O. Laurhammer former Edinburg woman is hospital- ized at Rockford. Ill.. following an accident, in which she suffered a fractured shoulder blade and also broke the tip of her elbow. Mrs. Laurhammer had just recently ar- rived at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John- son in Rockford from Bellfngham, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. James Northagen of Butte, Mont., were supper guests at the home of e latter's sister, Mrs. Thora Rike, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoff of Minor spent from Saturday to Mon- day with Mr. and Mrs. William Gut- terud. Frank Wylie was a business vis. itor at St. Cloud Monday and Tues. day. Mrs. Thora Rike, Clara Flannigan, Mrs. Mike Olafson and children of Gardar drove to Grand Forks Mon- day. [Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford l- Helen Jane Gemmill, daughter of[de of Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gemmill, gradu-I Mrs. Grace Tharalson and Mrs. ated from the Deaconess Hospital} Linden Tharalson of Hoople were ^^I of Nursin- 'r -- ^-k-s at guests of Mrs. Tillie Stenerson on x,vv st  e.u v , ...  - -- A..; T,,lnstone, i held in he ...... th veoaesaay vrs .......... exerc ses unzmu ,,u - - " " .... sten- eran church Edinburg people who attended the program were her par- ents and brothers, Gene and Gordon, with the Tharalsons. Mrs. G. C. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. ! The Trinity ladies aid will serve Adrian Lerud and Terry, Mr. and the breakfast on the Walsh CountY Mrs. Dale Gemmill and family, Mr. for Wallace E. Warner day, Sait" and Mrs. Floyd Gemmil and family, day, Sept. 29. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Jensen and faro- Mrs. Thora Rike and family visited ily, Mrs. Christ Sundvor and son, at the H. Northagen home at Dahlen. Its Time To Think About Winter Here is a Check List Of Necessary Service "Musts" For Trouble-Free Winter Driving ( ) Drain, flush and refill radiator anti freeze. with permanent ( ) Check all hoses and connections for cracks and leaks. ( )Check thermostats for proper opening temperature and condition. ( )Check transmission and differential. ( )Change engine oil, oil filter and clean air cleaner. ( )Engine tune-up for quick sure starting. ( )Check brakes for sure, even braking. Drive In Today for One-Stop Winterizing Service Bateman Motors Park River, N. Dak. Dial 22721 TI From Now Until October 1 Director for Smooth riding, ease of control Tubes_ $16,75 Tubeless $19.46 6.70xlS--4-ply plus tax and trade-in Deluxe Rib for High speed, heavy load trucking 600x16 6.Ply _. 8.25x20 i IO-Ply .......... $17.45 S58.78 Plus tax and trade-in Deluxe Cushion for Quality tires at low initial cost Tubes .... Tubeless $13.95 $15.95 6.70x15--4-ply plus tax and trade-in II Country Squire for Traction in mud, snow or ice Black or Sidewall TubeS $19.80 White Sidewall Tubeless __ $27.40 6.70xlS---4-ply plus tax and trade-in Farmers Union Oil Co. PARK RIVER, N.D. Jake Maier, Mgr. ' ' DIAL 2275 I( I. # t PAGE SIX WALSH COUNTY P, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1955 AT THE HURCHES aT. MARTS CATHOLIC will be the speaker. Dinner served Masses next Sunday, 3 a. m. and at noon. Offerings for Missions, 10:30 a.m. Our Saviour's: Thursday (today) Confessions each Saturday at 7:3( Circle 5 meets at home of Mrs. F. J. P. m, at the church. Thorson at 2:30. Sunday: Worship at Edlnburg The Busy Bee Seniors and Juniors 4-H clubs of Edinburg held their annual achievement day in the church basement. Roll call was answered by the members naming Mus 6:30 a. m. Daffy and Sun- day, St, Ansgar's chapel. FEDERATED CHURCH Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Service Sunday, 11 a.m. Rev. Everett C. Owens, Pastor aT. PETER EPISCOPAl,. Morning worship at 9:45. Rev. S. A. Glasgow, rector BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Roy Marzolf, pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Classes for all ages. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Evening service at 8 o'clock Bible study and prayer meeting at 8 p, m. Wednesdays. All welcome to our services. t Working, working, working Without a worship time Makes bodies weak and weary That worry overtime. Come join our worship service* At 'leven Sunday morn. To life your heart, give new hope, And be of Christ new born. ZION LUTHERAN Friday, 4 p. m. Senior Confirma- tion, 4 p.m. Juniors at 5 p.m. , Sunday: 10 a. m. Sunday school. II a. m. worship service. Youth Sunday. Youth in Action offering. South Trinity: Thurs. 2:30 ladies aid. Sundsy, worship at 9. Youth Sun- day. Youth in Action offering. Sun- day school at 10. Oliver E. Johnson, pastor EDIIBURG FREE CHURCH Garfield: Luther League officers meet Tuesday evening, Oct. 2. Ladies aid Oct. 4, at the Aaron Isakson home at 2:30. St. Peter: worship Sept. 30, 9:30. Aadalen: Worship, Sept. 30, 1115. Hitterdal: Ladies aid Oct. 5. 2:30. McVille District Luther League convention Sept. 29-30. See' your pastor for rides. It will be held in the Gethsemane Lutheran church near Toina. PARE RIVER LUTHERAN Parkh The Parish: Sunday: Mission fes- tival sponsored by the Golden and Pleasant congregations will be held at Pleasant with meetings at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Rev. Loren Spaulding, missionary to North Dakota Indians, 9:30 a. m. with Rev. Loren Spaulding in charge. Monday: The E.M.V. General com- mittee meets, 8 p. m. Tuesday: LCR, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Jr. LDR of- ficers and advisors meet at 430 p.m. at E. C. Olson home. Golden Valley: Friday: Ladies aid, 2:30 Sunday: The Sunday school meets at 9:45. Pleasant Valley: Sunday The Sun- day school is at 945. Mission festi- val as stated above. Rev. Leonard E. Smestad, pastor PARK RIVER MISSION the demonstration each had given during the club year. A report by Sandra Stenerson on her trip to the 4-H Institue at Far- go was given. This was followed by a song by the Junior girls. Mothers and girls took part in three judging contests. Muffins, table setting and breakfast menus were judged and prizes were awarded to the winners of first, second and third places. Mrs. Joyce Fritzler, Home Exten- sion agent, was present and explain- ed the new project for next year. i Friday, 8 p,m. Fellowship andlMissi0n Festival prayer. Sunday, I0 a. m. Sudsy school, II a.m. Morning worship, 8 p. m. Eve- __ ning service. I Jt Rev. E. V. Folden, speaker ImL Pleasant Valley HOOPLE CHURCH NEWS  [ Rev. J. R. Sonnenberg, pastor I ConfirrmLfion classes at Hoople for all thrqm congregations SaL Seniors at 9 a. m. Juniors, 10:30. First Lutheran: Worship service: at 9:30 a. m. Sunday school at 10:30. Tuesday evenings: The building committee will meet at 8 o'clock. Wed. evenings, Girls chorus at 7. Oct. 3: Ladies aid, 3 p.m. Park Center: Sunday school, 9:45. worshpi (Oct. 7) at 11 a.m. Hvideso: Sunday school at 9:45. Worship at 11 a. m. EDINBURG LUTHERAN PARISH Trinity: Saturday, jr. confirmands at 9. Sr. confirmands at 10:30. Sun- day, worship at 9:30 a. m. Sunday school and Bible class at 10:45. Odalen: Sat. Confirmation classes tn Trinity. Sunday, worship in Norse at 8 p. m. Special music. Zion: Sat. Confirmation classes in Trinity. Sunday: Sunday school. I0 a. m. Worship at 11:I0 a. m. S. O. Kvaale, pastor ATTEND METHODIST CONFERENCE AT FARGO Rev. and Mrs. Everett C. H. Owens attended the Eastern District conference of the Methodist church in Fargo Sept. 21. The main speak- er was Bishop Edwin E. Voigt and he said, "It is time to went to work to improve the organization and ef- fectiveness of our local churches." The church will enter this year in- to a four-year plan of self-study, ac. cording to Rev. Owens. The Walsh County Press Mrs. Harry Orlen NATIONAL EDITORIAL "--CXU'7 I. .,3. Editor & Publisher  Published every Thursday from The Pre building, Park River, North Dakota, and entered.in the Park River postofflce  the Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1879. Subscription rates, $2.50 a year in North Dakota, $3 a year elsewhere. Rev. Loren L. Spaulding of Rolla will be the guest speaker at the an- nual Mission Festival sponsored by Pleasant Valley and Golden Valley Lutheran churches. The festival will be held next Sunday, Sept. 30, at Pleasant Valley, with services at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Dinner will be serv- ed at noon. Offerings will be receiv- ed for Missions. Rev. Spaulding is commissioned by the Evangelical Lutheran church to conduct mission work among the Indians in North Dakota. His work is primarily centered around Rolla, Tokio and Walhaila. Besides this, he does some work among the migrant Indians and Mexicans who work in the Red River Valley potato and sugar beet fields. Besides preaching at the Mission Festival, Rev. Spaulding will be in charge of the 9:30 a.m. service at Our Saviour's church in Park River the same Sunday while Rev. Leon- ard E. Smestad preaches at a Pxeaching, Teaching, Realching Mission at Forbes, N. D., near the South Dakota border. Rev. Spauld- ing and Rev. Smestad were school- mates at Luther Theological Semin- ary in St. Paul while preparing for the ministry. The public is cordially invited to all these services. $ Hey, There! Boys and 6iris... Delicious, Freezer-Fresh Malts We're Having A "Bring A Friend" Day Pineapple, Butterscotch Chocolate, Strawberry MALTS TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE Reg. Price 25c Friday and Saturday This Deal Was Meant For You! Wal00 C00nn t00-r Cre00m-00rr y i Leo Willard, Mgr. Park River, N.D. Dial 22261 It will be on clothing. Each girl exhibited baked foods for this year's project. A well was dug recently at the Trinity church and will soon be in use. Miss Bernice Rike began teaching in the Nash school Sept. 4. Recent visitors here at the Mar- vin Bakken home and with Mr. and Mrs. Martin O. Foseide and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brunsvold were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mory of Sun Val- ley, Calif. They made the trip by airplane. Mrs. John Rohrer of Great Falls, Mont., spent a few days at the Wil- liam Melstad home here. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson and family of Gardar " moved into the John Rohrer apartments. Mrs. Jim Holmes has gone to Adams to stay with the Wendell Holmes family. The Raymond Holmes family of Grand Forks vis- ited here with her last week. Mrs. Stanley Stenerson and her, son, Sterling, went to Fargo Fri- day. The latter is a student at the NDAC. Mr. Stenerson joined them on Saturday evening and they vis- ited over Sunday with their daugh- ter, Sandra, who is a freshman at Concordia College, Moorhead0 and with their son-In-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wogsland and family, who live in Moorhead. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Wilson left Friday after spending ten days at the Halvor Kalbeekdalen home. Mrs. Halvor Kalbeckdalen, who suf- fered a stroke about two weeks ago is reported to be somewhat im- proved. Lucille Elofson came here from Canada to visit her cousin, Mrs. Geston and other relatives at Gar- dar. According to word received here by friends, Mrs. P. O. Laurhammer former Edinburg woman is hospital- ized at Rockford. Ill.. following an accident, in which she suffered a fractured shoulder blade and also broke the tip of her elbow. Mrs. Laurhammer had just recently ar- rived at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John- son in Rockford from Bellfngham, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. James Northagen of Butte, Mont., were supper guests at the home of e latter's sister, Mrs. Thora Rike, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoff of Minor spent from Saturday to Mon- day with Mr. and Mrs. William Gut- terud. Frank Wylie was a business vis. itor at St. Cloud Monday and Tues. day. Mrs. Thora Rike, Clara Flannigan, Mrs. Mike Olafson and children of Gardar drove to Grand Forks Mon- day. [Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford l- Helen Jane Gemmill, daughter of[de of Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gemmill, gradu-I Mrs. Grace Tharalson and Mrs. ated from the Deaconess Hospital} Linden Tharalson of Hoople were ^^I of Nursin- 'r -- ^-k-s at guests of Mrs. Tillie Stenerson on x,vv st  e.u v , ...  - -- A..; T,,lnstone, i held in he ...... th veoaesaay vrs .......... exerc ses unzmu ,,u - - " " .... sten- eran church Edinburg people who attended the program were her par- ents and brothers, Gene and Gordon, with the Tharalsons. Mrs. G. C. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. ! The Trinity ladies aid will serve Adrian Lerud and Terry, Mr. and the breakfast on the Walsh CountY Mrs. Dale Gemmill and family, Mr. for Wallace E. Warner day, Sait" and Mrs. Floyd Gemmil and family, day, Sept. 29. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Jensen and faro- Mrs. Thora Rike and family visited ily, Mrs. Christ Sundvor and son, at the H. Northagen home at Dahlen. Its Time To Think About Winter Here is a Check List Of Necessary Service "Musts" For Trouble-Free Winter Driving ( ) Drain, flush and refill radiator anti freeze. with permanent ( ) Check all hoses and connections for cracks and leaks. ( )Check thermostats for proper opening temperature and condition. ( )Check transmission and differential. ( )Change engine oil, oil filter and clean air cleaner. ( )Engine tune-up for quick sure starting. ( )Check brakes for sure, even braking. Drive In Today for One-Stop Winterizing Service Bateman Motors Park River, N. Dak. Dial 22721 TI From Now Until October 1 Director for Smooth riding, ease of control Tubes_ $16,75 Tubeless $19.46 6.70xlS--4-ply plus tax and trade-in Deluxe Rib for High speed, heavy load trucking 600x16 6.Ply _. 8.25x20 i IO-Ply .......... $17.45 S58.78 Plus tax and trade-in Deluxe Cushion for Quality tires at low initial cost Tubes .... Tubeless $13.95 $15.95 6.70x15--4-ply plus tax and trade-in II Country Squire for Traction in mud, snow or ice Black or Sidewall TubeS $19.80 White Sidewall Tubeless __ $27.40 6.70xlS---4-ply plus tax and trade-in Farmers Union Oil Co. PARK RIVER, N.D. Jake Maier, Mgr. ' ' DIAL 2275 I( I. # t