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! [I ! !!! II /;!i, " .  YflSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1956 WALSH COUNTY , PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA PAGE SEVEI WANT ADS CASH IN ADVANCE We finance farm buildings. Con- s01idated Construction Co., Langdon, N. D. Phone 89. tf For Rent: Roto Beater, $1 an acre. IIylden Bros, Dial 36979 Park River For Rent: Sander & Edger. Malde & Sharps Hdwe, city tf For Rent: 5-room all modern house. Furnished Available after Sept. 5. Phone 36382. Park River tf FOR SALE: 2 Columbia Rams, age 1 years each. Contact William Olgeirson, Mountain, N.D. O4" WATER WELLS, drilled and bore 2 to 50 in. diamers. We sell and Myers water 8ystem8. Dial Porter Well Co., Park ver, N.D. tf G00D OPENING in East Walsh County selling Rawleigh Household roducts. Start at once. Must have r. Get full particulars. Write The T. Rawleigh Co., NDI 162-208 North 3rd St. Minneapolis. oll AUCTIOIT SALE ThNew Merchandise auction every ursday afternoon and evening. ItUndreds of items. Everything sold at auction. Never under sold. D &M Auction Mart, 3 mi. West of Grand FOrks on highway No. 2. s27 Hay Stack Movers The Craven Hay Stack- mover is guaranteed to move 12 ton stacks with ease or any stack 20 x 28 ft. Equipped with hy- draulic brakes, a life-sav- er in hills. Do not compare the Craven Hay Stack Mover with any other stack mov- er you have ever seen or heard of. For further informa- ti0n, write DICK GOEMAN 1611 Pierce Street Sioux City, Iowa For Sale: davenport and chair. Call Mrs. Ray Junkin, Dial 22401. TRENCHING and Footings, 14, 18 and 24 inches wide. Farm water lines. REA rates. D. A: Ramsay Park River, Dial 36832. 3ts13 For Sale: House Trailer, 'S2 model. 33 ft. Completed furnished, carpet- ed living room. Vavrosky Real Es- tale and Ins. Dial 22241, city. tf r Auction Sale On farm 3 miles east, 1 mile South V4 mi. east of Fairdale. 4 mi. north and 4 miles west of Adams. SAT. SEPT. 29, I P. M. 2 Black Cows, 4 & 8 yrs old 3 Holstein Cows, 6 yrs old 1 Holstein heifer, 2 yrs old 1 Holstein cow, 4 yrs old Cows to be fresh beginning in Oct. FARM LAND FOR SALE: ' 12,000 [ 3heifers & 3 bulls from last winter acres located in Walsh and Grand I 1 Angus Bull, 2 yrs old Forks counties and in Minnesota. ] LINE OF MACHINERY Prices $50 to $210 an acre. Vflvros- ] FULL ky Ins. Real Estate, Park "River, J OLE ROA, Owner N. D. Dial 22241. tf s13 [ Oscar P. StromlL Aucfionear I EXCAVATING Basement, water lines, sewers, septic tanks installed, $225 and $340. Trenching footings culvert work, farm water lines, 7ft deep. Dug & filled 50c a foot. D. A. Ramsey, Park River, Dial 36832 tf BUILD YOUR OWN machi.ne_,she.d now. 32x50, round roof, all ma- terial above foundation $1285.00. Including labor of sawing rafters. No money down. semi-annual pay- ments, $251.59. Robertson Lumber Co. Park River. Oll For Sale WE STILL HAVE SOME GOOD VEGETABLE BUYS Our vegetable market is closed for the season but we still have some good vegetables on hand. We want to thank everyone for their patron- age this year and we will be back to serve you next season. For Sauerkraut & winter Storage CABBAGE, large Heads ...... Ib 3 For Winter Storage RUTABAGAS ............ bu. $1.00 POTATOES .......... per grt $1.25 PORTER'S Call 36382, Park River, N. D. PERMANENT SALES OPPORTUNITY WEST ADAMS POTATO HOUSE Concrete Walls & Floor On the Soo Line Geo. R. Berntson Ted Swanson Henry Lundono ADAMS, N. DAK. $250 per month and up. For Sale: 2-bedroom house in Park River. Only 3 yrs old. Choice loca- tion. Vernon Chally. Call 36601 or 36223, city. o*4 For Sale: Piano. Tuned recently. Reasonable. Mrs. Gust Monsebrot- en, city * r SPRING WATER Far high quality, all pur- pose spring water contact the state licensed, state approved KJOS. BROS SPRINGS Min- eral content well within the limits recommended by the American Public Health As- sociation. Delivered by CARL'S SPRING WATER SERVICE ]Irs. Inez Toppila, a teacher at Milton, spent the week end here at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Knutson. Clinton Knutson of this city, spent a few days last week in" Chicago. The trip was sponsored by the Shir- ley-Onstad Company of Fargo, a wholesale plumbing and heating firm. While he was in Chicago, Mr. Knutson attended a baseball game between the New York Giants and the Chicago White Sox. Guests last Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hardy were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scidmore of Eugene, Ore. They are former residents of this city and of Grafton. Mr. Scid- more was in partnership with J. C. Overbye in the automobile business here and in Grafton for a number Park River Local News Judy Kelner, Carol Wooldridge and Rosemary Falter, who are at- tending school in Croolton, spent the week end here at their parental homes. A guest last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar White was her mother, Mrs. James McConnachie of Grand Forks and their Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. William McMorran and family and Mrs. Margaret M- Morran, all of Lawton. They also visited with the Wendell Whites. The Thursday Night bridge club met for the first time since the sum. mer vacation last Thursday evening. Mrs. George Williams was hostess for the meeting and all members were present. Mrs. H. V. Dougherty won high score with Mrs. M. S. Bateman, low. Lunch was served. Grafton, Phone 534 of years. Mrs. O. J. Pederson, who had spent two weeks here with relatives OLIVER DESAU'rEL Mr. and Mrs. Chester Thompson Hoopla, Dial 32471 spent Tuesday of last week visiting and friends, left Saturday for at Grand Forks and various Minne- Grand Forks to visit with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. BOB OIHUS Grafton Phone 1190 sofa points. They called on Mr. and Mrs. Ben Elseth at Newfolden and Oscar Helgeson and family, before returning to her home at Portland, KJOS BROS. SPRINGS also made stops at Middle River and Oregon, Strandquist before going to Karlstad Park River Dial 23120 to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Palmer [ Nestor and Mrs. Henry Matson. MODIFIED Stock Car RACES OLD CROW D15111 CO..OIV.OF NATiOtJ, DIST. PROD.CORK. FRANN:ORT. I. New Mile Track at The State Fairgrounds Grand Forks --2:30 P.M.-- Every Sunday Thrillsl SpilIsl Chilisl Earn while learning. Man selected will receive for- mal sales training as well as practical supervision in the field. Travel S days. Car necessary. Write Box 576, Valley City, N. D. THIS IS WHERE TOMORROW STARTS) 66 99 A new inner car gives you t LIVESTOCK SALE This Wednesday and every Wednesday In The New Park River Livestock Sales Barn STARTING AT 12:30 P. M. WE EXPECT A GOOD RUN OF CATTLE Lunches All Day- Dinners At Noon Phone 46462 Lawrence Wilkes, Mgr. Business - Professional Directory DR. R. W. BALDWIN Dentist Park River Dial 22831 WALSH COUNTY PRESS Weddint 5taflomery, Job Printing, ]Publishing DR. M. C. FLATEN Dentist Edinburg Phone 1 call ,2 i Drs. Galloway & Otis 1actLce IJndted to Optometry -- The SeAen of Vtalon J. K. Galloway Vernon Otis "Devils Lake, N.D. Phone 834 PARK RIVER CLINIC Dial 222";1 H. R. Piltingsrud, M. D., James 1 O'Toole, M. D. Physicians and Surpom 22941 Home Dials 48411 DR. J. V. JAEHNING Dentist Office Over Penneys NORTH SIDE GROCERY Homer Lucken Prop. Groceries and Cold Meats Store Hours: Week days, S a. n to 9 p. m Sum 2 to 6 p. n- Pak River Dial 22291 i i |i PARK RIVER ELECTRIC See us for Farm & Home wiring. Free Estimates. Low costs. Lieemmd and Bonded M. M. oremmn, Prop Dial 220@2 Park River n iiii ' WES SAMSON Ltoe.ae4 m4e4 wmmo OF  aoS DONE RIGHT Guaranteed Njtlms8 Park River  I OVERBYE FUNERAL HOME puNr, R DCl'OmS Ambuianoe SerViCe Monuments Phones: Day $62 Night, 22961 or 4ff311 Grafton Phone 79 Park River, North DakOta a NEW KIND of 00q)RD for 1957 ! Cc)mln. October 3.d, On Wednesday, October 3rd, Ford Dealers throughout the United States will unveil a new kind oil automobilel Cars are invohd in every American's life. News of a new kind of car is the biggest kind of news to millions of Americans. The Big New Kind of Ford is that kind of news... a car totally new in design from crest to trunk lock. is completely .new auto,mot!re package will sell at traditmnaUy mw ora prw2s. This makes possible a new high standard of such honest-to. goodness value that it tr :a ally increases the purchasing power of your automobile dollar. When you see it, other cars will look out of date, because... This is Where Tomorrow Starts... with a Big New Kind of Fordl The New Kind of Ford is the fullest, nlost eloquent expression of Ford's special per- sonAlity--the youthful grace, thwhipIash action--and the reputation for durability known wherever there's a road. To all this we have added true elegance --a kind of elegance never before seen in the low-price field. To make a car truly elegant, you must start deep-down inside. The New Inner Ford The Inner Ford-the car you cannot see-- is a very remarkable structure. Its frame is actually a cradle. Side members extend almost the full body width; they serve not only as supporting members but as con- cealed side bumpers of immense strength. The Now Ford Body The new Ford body is a triumph of engi- neering in steel The doors dose with e solid finality of a bank vault. Even me door-lock button has been moved up front-easier for you to reach, but out of the children's reach. All these features were engineered to give you a solid new kind of comfort. The New Ford Ride The New Kind of Ford sits six people as no other low-priced car has ever sat them --six elbows wide in each seat, with deep space around each one of six knees. And above all that space, there's hat room to spare for all six passengers. The 1957 Ford rides low, solid, with a firm, deep road-holding feel. Yet it's a light-hearted, flight.hearil ride this car is responsive, nimble, agile, with a proud easy movement. Tho New Ford Choice Ford offers not only one, but two sizea of cars.., each on its own extended wheel- base.., each with its own body shell... each with its own styling. First, the two Fairlane Series on a 118. inch wheelbase. The Fairlane 500% come in 5 body types, a four-door sedan, a two- door sedan, a two- and four-door Victoria with no center pillars, and a convertible riors and elaborate trim. The Cmtom Series also includes a Business Sedan. Beyond all these, you aho have your choice of five Station Wagons--the famous lamour cruisers that are the champions this fieldl The New Ford Look That low, low cradle-span frame means a IOWr lOW car. The Fairlane 500 is only four feet eight inches from road to roof! The Custom is just over four feet nine inchesl The new Ford is not only low--but long. Ford gives you more than 17 feet of ele- gant length in the Fairiane Series, a shade Ie. in the Custom. Itrs a nice kind o fun just to look at it. Itrs high-prieed in every way except price. The New Ford Performance You can have up to 245 wonderful Thun. dcrbird horsepower in any Ford model There's a moderate--and really moderato --extra charge for this engme of $I$ cubic inches with its 4-barrel carburetor. For "Six" lovers, we've got the 144-hp Mileage Maker Six. Whether Sou choo Six or V-8, the going is great! Hore is where coupe. The same body types (except for the convertible) are available in the Fair- lane Series. Second, two Custom Series mounted on the ll6-inch wheelbase chassis. In the Custom 300 Series, a four-door and a two- door sedan are distinguished from the Custom models by more luxurious intc. your own tomorrow starts It starts at your Ford Dealer's showrooml The cars will be there on Wednesday, October 3. These are the best Fords of our lives. They are the first symboh out of Detroit of the new automotive age that is begin- ning for you. Th;s is where tomoow 81lfl--at Fotl@ Ford Dealer's. This is when your tomorrow October Come in and see us for the Big New Kind of Ford! BATEMAN Park River, N. Dek. MOTORS Mike and Roland Beteman ! [I ! !!! II /;!i, " .  YflSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1956 WALSH COUNTY , PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA PAGE SEVEI WANT ADS CASH IN ADVANCE We finance farm buildings. Con- s01idated Construction Co., Langdon, N. D. Phone 89. tf For Rent: Roto Beater, $1 an acre. IIylden Bros, Dial 36979 Park River For Rent: Sander & Edger. Malde & Sharps Hdwe, city tf For Rent: 5-room all modern house. Furnished Available after Sept. 5. Phone 36382. Park River tf FOR SALE: 2 Columbia Rams, age 1 years each. Contact William Olgeirson, Mountain, N.D. O4" WATER WELLS, drilled and bore 2 to 50 in. diamers. We sell and Myers water 8ystem8. Dial Porter Well Co., Park ver, N.D. tf G00D OPENING in East Walsh County selling Rawleigh Household roducts. Start at once. Must have r. Get full particulars. Write The T. Rawleigh Co., NDI 162-208 North 3rd St. Minneapolis. oll AUCTIOIT SALE ThNew Merchandise auction every ursday afternoon and evening. ItUndreds of items. Everything sold at auction. Never under sold. D &M Auction Mart, 3 mi. West of Grand FOrks on highway No. 2. s27 Hay Stack Movers The Craven Hay Stack- mover is guaranteed to move 12 ton stacks with ease or any stack 20 x 28 ft. Equipped with hy- draulic brakes, a life-sav- er in hills. Do not compare the Craven Hay Stack Mover with any other stack mov- er you have ever seen or heard of. For further informa- ti0n, write DICK GOEMAN 1611 Pierce Street Sioux City, Iowa For Sale: davenport and chair. Call Mrs. Ray Junkin, Dial 22401. TRENCHING and Footings, 14, 18 and 24 inches wide. Farm water lines. REA rates. D. A: Ramsay Park River, Dial 36832. 3ts13 For Sale: House Trailer, 'S2 model. 33 ft. Completed furnished, carpet- ed living room. Vavrosky Real Es- tale and Ins. Dial 22241, city. tf r Auction Sale On farm 3 miles east, 1 mile South V4 mi. east of Fairdale. 4 mi. north and 4 miles west of Adams. SAT. SEPT. 29, I P. M. 2 Black Cows, 4 & 8 yrs old 3 Holstein Cows, 6 yrs old 1 Holstein heifer, 2 yrs old 1 Holstein cow, 4 yrs old Cows to be fresh beginning in Oct. FARM LAND FOR SALE: ' 12,000 [ 3heifers & 3 bulls from last winter acres located in Walsh and Grand I 1 Angus Bull, 2 yrs old Forks counties and in Minnesota. ] LINE OF MACHINERY Prices $50 to $210 an acre. Vflvros- ] FULL ky Ins. Real Estate, Park "River, J OLE ROA, Owner N. D. Dial 22241. tf s13 [ Oscar P. StromlL Aucfionear I EXCAVATING Basement, water lines, sewers, septic tanks installed, $225 and $340. Trenching footings culvert work, farm water lines, 7ft deep. Dug & filled 50c a foot. D. A. Ramsey, Park River, Dial 36832 tf BUILD YOUR OWN machi.ne_,she.d now. 32x50, round roof, all ma- terial above foundation $1285.00. Including labor of sawing rafters. No money down. semi-annual pay- ments, $251.59. Robertson Lumber Co. Park River. Oll For Sale WE STILL HAVE SOME GOOD VEGETABLE BUYS Our vegetable market is closed for the season but we still have some good vegetables on hand. We want to thank everyone for their patron- age this year and we will be back to serve you next season. For Sauerkraut & winter Storage CABBAGE, large Heads ...... Ib 3 For Winter Storage RUTABAGAS ............ bu. $1.00 POTATOES .......... per grt $1.25 PORTER'S Call 36382, Park River, N. D. PERMANENT SALES OPPORTUNITY WEST ADAMS POTATO HOUSE Concrete Walls & Floor On the Soo Line Geo. R. Berntson Ted Swanson Henry Lundono ADAMS, N. DAK. $250 per month and up. For Sale: 2-bedroom house in Park River. Only 3 yrs old. Choice loca- tion. Vernon Chally. Call 36601 or 36223, city. o*4 For Sale: Piano. Tuned recently. Reasonable. Mrs. Gust Monsebrot- en, city * r SPRING WATER Far high quality, all pur- pose spring water contact the state licensed, state approved KJOS. BROS SPRINGS Min- eral content well within the limits recommended by the American Public Health As- sociation. Delivered by CARL'S SPRING WATER SERVICE ]Irs. Inez Toppila, a teacher at Milton, spent the week end here at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Knutson. Clinton Knutson of this city, spent a few days last week in" Chicago. The trip was sponsored by the Shir- ley-Onstad Company of Fargo, a wholesale plumbing and heating firm. While he was in Chicago, Mr. Knutson attended a baseball game between the New York Giants and the Chicago White Sox. Guests last Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hardy were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scidmore of Eugene, Ore. They are former residents of this city and of Grafton. Mr. Scid- more was in partnership with J. C. Overbye in the automobile business here and in Grafton for a number Park River Local News Judy Kelner, Carol Wooldridge and Rosemary Falter, who are at- tending school in Croolton, spent the week end here at their parental homes. A guest last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar White was her mother, Mrs. James McConnachie of Grand Forks and their Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. William McMorran and family and Mrs. Margaret M- Morran, all of Lawton. They also visited with the Wendell Whites. The Thursday Night bridge club met for the first time since the sum. mer vacation last Thursday evening. Mrs. George Williams was hostess for the meeting and all members were present. Mrs. H. V. Dougherty won high score with Mrs. M. S. Bateman, low. Lunch was served. Grafton, Phone 534 of years. Mrs. O. J. Pederson, who had spent two weeks here with relatives OLIVER DESAU'rEL Mr. and Mrs. Chester Thompson Hoopla, Dial 32471 spent Tuesday of last week visiting and friends, left Saturday for at Grand Forks and various Minne- Grand Forks to visit with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. BOB OIHUS Grafton Phone 1190 sofa points. They called on Mr. and Mrs. Ben Elseth at Newfolden and Oscar Helgeson and family, before returning to her home at Portland, KJOS BROS. SPRINGS also made stops at Middle River and Oregon, Strandquist before going to Karlstad Park River Dial 23120 to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Palmer [ Nestor and Mrs. Henry Matson. MODIFIED Stock Car RACES OLD CROW D15111 CO..OIV.OF NATiOtJ, DIST. PROD.CORK. FRANN:ORT. I. New Mile Track at The State Fairgrounds Grand Forks --2:30 P.M.-- Every Sunday Thrillsl SpilIsl Chilisl Earn while learning. Man selected will receive for- mal sales training as well as practical supervision in the field. Travel S days. Car necessary. Write Box 576, Valley City, N. D. THIS IS WHERE TOMORROW STARTS) 66 99 A new inner car gives you t LIVESTOCK SALE This Wednesday and every Wednesday In The New Park River Livestock Sales Barn STARTING AT 12:30 P. M. WE EXPECT A GOOD RUN OF CATTLE Lunches All Day- Dinners At Noon Phone 46462 Lawrence Wilkes, Mgr. Business - Professional Directory DR. R. W. BALDWIN Dentist Park River Dial 22831 WALSH COUNTY PRESS Weddint 5taflomery, Job Printing, ]Publishing DR. M. C. FLATEN Dentist Edinburg Phone 1 call ,2 i Drs. Galloway & Otis 1actLce IJndted to Optometry -- The SeAen of Vtalon J. K. Galloway Vernon Otis "Devils Lake, N.D. Phone 834 PARK RIVER CLINIC Dial 222";1 H. R. Piltingsrud, M. D., James 1 O'Toole, M. D. Physicians and Surpom 22941 Home Dials 48411 DR. J. V. JAEHNING Dentist Office Over Penneys NORTH SIDE GROCERY Homer Lucken Prop. Groceries and Cold Meats Store Hours: Week days, S a. n to 9 p. m Sum 2 to 6 p. n- Pak River Dial 22291 i i |i PARK RIVER ELECTRIC See us for Farm & Home wiring. Free Estimates. Low costs. Lieemmd and Bonded M. M. oremmn, Prop Dial 220@2 Park River n iiii ' WES SAMSON Ltoe.ae4 m4e4 wmmo OF  aoS DONE RIGHT Guaranteed Njtlms8 Park River  I OVERBYE FUNERAL HOME puNr, R DCl'OmS Ambuianoe SerViCe Monuments Phones: Day $62 Night, 22961 or 4ff311 Grafton Phone 79 Park River, North DakOta a NEW KIND of 00q)RD for 1957 ! Cc)mln. October 3.d, On Wednesday, October 3rd, Ford Dealers throughout the United States will unveil a new kind oil automobilel Cars are invohd in every American's life. News of a new kind of car is the biggest kind of news to millions of Americans. The Big New Kind of Ford is that kind of news... a car totally new in design from crest to trunk lock. is completely .new auto,mot!re package will sell at traditmnaUy mw ora prw2s. This makes possible a new high standard of such honest-to. goodness value that it tr :a ally increases the purchasing power of your automobile dollar. When you see it, other cars will look out of date, because... This is Where Tomorrow Starts... with a Big New Kind of Fordl The New Kind of Ford is the fullest, nlost eloquent expression of Ford's special per- sonAlity--the youthful grace, thwhipIash action--and the reputation for durability known wherever there's a road. To all this we have added true elegance --a kind of elegance never before seen in the low-price field. To make a car truly elegant, you must start deep-down inside. The New Inner Ford The Inner Ford-the car you cannot see-- is a very remarkable structure. Its frame is actually a cradle. Side members extend almost the full body width; they serve not only as supporting members but as con- cealed side bumpers of immense strength. The Now Ford Body The new Ford body is a triumph of engi- neering in steel The doors dose with e solid finality of a bank vault. Even me door-lock button has been moved up front-easier for you to reach, but out of the children's reach. All these features were engineered to give you a solid new kind of comfort. The New Ford Ride The New Kind of Ford sits six people as no other low-priced car has ever sat them --six elbows wide in each seat, with deep space around each one of six knees. And above all that space, there's hat room to spare for all six passengers. The 1957 Ford rides low, solid, with a firm, deep road-holding feel. Yet it's a light-hearted, flight.hearil ride this car is responsive, nimble, agile, with a proud easy movement. Tho New Ford Choice Ford offers not only one, but two sizea of cars.., each on its own extended wheel- base.., each with its own body shell... each with its own styling. First, the two Fairlane Series on a 118. inch wheelbase. The Fairlane 500% come in 5 body types, a four-door sedan, a two- door sedan, a two- and four-door Victoria with no center pillars, and a convertible riors and elaborate trim. The Cmtom Series also includes a Business Sedan. Beyond all these, you aho have your choice of five Station Wagons--the famous lamour cruisers that are the champions this fieldl The New Ford Look That low, low cradle-span frame means a IOWr lOW car. The Fairlane 500 is only four feet eight inches from road to roof! The Custom is just over four feet nine inchesl The new Ford is not only low--but long. Ford gives you more than 17 feet of ele- gant length in the Fairiane Series, a shade Ie. in the Custom. Itrs a nice kind o fun just to look at it. Itrs high-prieed in every way except price. The New Ford Performance You can have up to 245 wonderful Thun. dcrbird horsepower in any Ford model There's a moderate--and really moderato --extra charge for this engme of $I$ cubic inches with its 4-barrel carburetor. For "Six" lovers, we've got the 144-hp Mileage Maker Six. Whether Sou choo Six or V-8, the going is great! Hore is where coupe. The same body types (except for the convertible) are available in the Fair- lane Series. Second, two Custom Series mounted on the ll6-inch wheelbase chassis. In the Custom 300 Series, a four-door and a two- door sedan are distinguished from the Custom models by more luxurious intc. your own tomorrow starts It starts at your Ford Dealer's showrooml The cars will be there on Wednesday, October 3. These are the best Fords of our lives. They are the first symboh out of Detroit of the new automotive age that is begin- ning for you. Th;s is where tomoow 81lfl--at Fotl@ Ford Dealer's. This is when your tomorrow October Come in and see us for the Big New Kind of Ford! BATEMAN Park River, N. Dek. MOTORS Mike and Roland Beteman