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PAGE EIGHT I'1 ii ! claimed Walsh County for Wallace E. Warner Day and many people have been busy for several weeks rnak, ing plans for the day-tong do- ings. "Waly," as everybody who knows him as well as we do in this area, calls him, is a candidate for gover- nor on the Democratic ballot. Party politics are to be left out of the af- fair in his honor this week and he wants to take this opportunity to just greet everybody, old friends and new. Putting on a state-wide campaign in our state is a time-con- suming thing and it is possible that Wally won't be able to spend much time in any one place. Consequently, he will appreciate having folks come to see him at the designated stops in the county. It is fitting that the day's festiv- ities should be started in Edinburg, Warner's birth place and home town for many years. Breakfast will be served in the Community hall from I , 9 to 10:30 o'clock, with women of i the Lutheran ladies aid serving. This I{ will provide an opportunity for a reunion with many people in that territory who have known him since childhood. Among those on hand to g.eet him will be his mother. Mrs. Cordelia Warner. who lives in Edin- burg. Some of his former classmates wl undoubtedly be there and like as not some older folks, who may [ I0000,HORT MRs, HARRY 00JTOPS.. by O'B00 I ' _ 'll H I / Regardless Of political affiliation, t Iota. terms. During that time he and nationality or;creed, Walsh County Cora lived in Grafton where they residents are invited this eoramg have many warm friends who will, Saturday to join in a rousing "wel-l undoubtedly turn out to meet them come home" for one of it's promi- / at the smorgasbord at the armory at nent native sons. He has charted a/ noon Saturday. After that he was course on the political seas of our/elected Attorney General of North staL,e tha,t will bring much reflected l Dakota, ,. serving one term. glory and pride to his former home  • locality. Saturday has been pro- The whole shebang will wind up WALSH COnTTY PRFS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA ' with a banquet and a dance in Park River Saturday night. It would be a nice gesture to the gubernatoriaL; candidate if a big crowd were on hand here to greet and visit with him and his party when they come to town. I am always happy to visit with the Warners at any time, but 1 cannot help but think how nice it would be to have them in the gover- nor's mansion in Bismarck. As I mentioned once before in this col- umn, if this comes to pass, Cora will certainly get a work out in the cof- fee-making department. Just as Bess Truman's club friends in Indepen-i donee, Mo., did when she went to live in the White House, Cora's gal friends from Walsh County and elsewhere can make a journey to the state capitol their project. May- be they can even get to help decide this and that for the new $200,000 governor's house. That is if Old Granny (R. HA Sherman, chairroan of the Board of Administration and his tottering buddies ever decide on what they will O. K. for the new place. By the way, the architect who has been drawing plans for the mansion has Walsh County connec- tions (by marriage}. He is Herman Leohnard of Bismarck and his wife is the former Clara Hoisveen of Grafton. who once taught school in Park River. Camille Thiele, of Park River, left foreground, was one of 14 freshmen who performed editor- ial duties of the first edition of the Dakota Student, campus news- paper at the University of North Dakota. The special edition was published in conjunction with Freshman Orientation week, as Senate where he served for 18 years. $ All this chit chat about candidates and election, reminds me that sev- eral people have asked about get- ting absent voters ballots. There is no trick to it and if you are elegibile to vote in North Dakota, but ex- pect to be away on Nov.6, the day of "the general eleeton, you may get a ballot from the county auditor. All you do is write and ask for an application for same. It isn't too early to apply if you are sure you are going to be away. For people in the armed forces, it is easier still. Just send the name and address of the service man to the county audi- recall the day of his high school • graduation when he was valedictor- Walsh county has already given I tOT and he will send the ballot to the voter with no more ado. No tan of the class and was only 15 at two governors to the State of North ] matter how you do it, by absentee the time. • Dakota. One of them was recalled]ballot or the regular way at the There will be church people on and then given (by the people of polls, make up your mind now to hand who will remember him as a the whole state) to the United States cast your ballot on Nov. 6. R Luther Leaguer and a confirmant of Congress.The first wasB°ththeWerelate RepublicanS.Roger Allin, [ F BureauPl-arm----mans the local church. He claims he was of Park River, who served as lieu-I able to, speak Norwegian before he tenant governor before going into' learned English, having been taught embership Drive the governor's chair, which he oc- by his grandmother. The Edinburg cupied for one year, 1895 to 18911. folks'will be .: pleased to see lrs: The other, also now deceased, was Warrrer, too. She is a native of Walsh county also. A lot of water Lynn J. Frazier of Hoople. He was has gone under the bridge, of course, .elected with the Nonpartisan lea- District membership meetings since Cora Loken was a little girl gue endorsement in 1915 and in a leading to Get. 15 "kickoffs" in 40 on her father's farm near Fordville. special election in 1921 he was re- • Slte ,met Wally when she went to called. This action was made pos- North Dakota counties will be held sible by the 33rd amendment to the next week from Oct. 1-5 by farmers F.lidatmrg to work in his mother's State constitution which was rattled in six counties, according to Harold store. She has been a loyal supporter at the 1920 primary. When Mr. Fraz- Grommesh, Fargo, director of organ- of her husband throughout his num- ier was bounced, it was the first iza˘ion for the state Farm Bureau. time in the history of the United (:Te meetings will launch an in- States that a governorha ever been tensive drive in each county for ad- recalled. While the people mus have ]i$i?al members of the farm r2up. felt Frazier dclr,lttl: to be.boGle& ,[l]0al f0r i957 is 13,231 faiRIes, out of the Governor's post, they wens all out,two years later and Grmmesh said. elected him to the United States Beginning Monday, meetings iI1 erous political activities. She trav- ets with him all the time and can take over nearly any work detail necessary, If their three children, Colleen, 16, Russell 12, and Coralee 10, are with them on the t/rii3 Saturday, every- body will be glad to see them. too. They are enthusiastic about their Dad's campaign and like nothing hotter than to go with their parents on campaign excursions. A familiar figure will be missing from the Ed- inburg scene, however, and this will add a touch of sadness to the dY for Wally and many others. Henning Gunhus, veteran political wrker, and one of Wally's valued advisor.q passed away thL week. It Was only last June that I witnesed a eordiM and be.rt warming re- union beweon Warner nd the 90- yer-oJct Gunhus. It was good to see and undoubtedly is one of the more pleasant memories of the visit to his homo town that .v in June  q, whPn the Democr+e e.'vn wa  .:o making a tour of the county. €. .l. Graduating erom h(, Un;"-dtv .* Law School + 02 Wnl?-" rrnor : waStorneye]ectedat theWalShage Countyof 23 andS*'tSservednt" .': Effective Thursday, Sept. 27 ** ................ ' ENTIRE GrOCERY STOCK GOING AT 10% OFF e e  " "; 'k" -  Many of these items well below cost Everything Cash i I i 1 National Cash Register, electric 2 Burroughs Cash Registers, electric 1 Apt size Refrigerator 1 Coffee Grinder 3 Freezer Boxes, 8 and 16 cubic foot sizes 1 Upright Dairy and Cheese Case 4 Check-out Counters 1 Toledo Scale 1 Fruit Rack Some Shelving 2 Pop Cases, one wet and one dry cooled 1 Slicer 1 Tenderizer Many Small Items I 10-ft Double Duty Meat Case 8 Push Carts 1 3-Horse Frigidaire Compressor Imports o| distinction ... The choicest fabri of I.rope are produced i mills snd rarely i. production" qmm- lilies. That's why the m{ distinctive of the imports arc to be found tailor/ag. If, flae fabrics, ea)oy look- ing over our suitings and p0{t coat- ings. Ebb00en's PARK RIVER, N. DAK. Grocery THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Engaged Mrs. Clare Christenson of Edin- burg has announced the engagement of her daughter, Barbara Karen, to Roger L. Rustan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar .Rusan, also of The eoui51e are graduates of Edintmrg high school. Mr. a senior at the University of Dakota. The wedding date has set. a part of a program to make stu- dents feel at home onthe campus. The staff was selected on the basis of scholastic achievement and journalism experience in high school. The freshman class at the l.lni- versify numbers more than 900 , and is said to be the largest in the history of the school. be held in Valley City, Bismarck, Dickinson, Minoi, Devils Lake and Grand Forks. T. C. (Pete) Peterson of Madison, Wis., m'idwest director of organization for the American Farm Bureau, will be the featured speaker. No Matter Where You Go You Can't Beat ERNIE'S SAT. SPECIAL Coffee Cakes Each 30c 'I'm sure gonna miss Ernie's Bakery' "Park River's Biggest Loafer ERNIE'S BAKERY Dial 22251 Park Rivj N. I% . 3 year,  tl should • and it ROBERTSON LUMBER CO.:s I I 1 ON NEW HOUSES - . . . . . * A Complete Home Built On Your Foundation Yourself Some Extra MoneY00 , * NO DUTY TO PAY . NO TRUCKING CHARGES ::::::::::::::::::::::::: ............................. ' ................... .iii:: e :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i ii!!!iiV:!k:iiii:!:!!:ii! i:{.i-!?i ............................. ::*:::::*::*:ii!!iii!::i?:! i ! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::: :;:; :::::::::. ,:::::.:.:::.::::. J 00i!i i!i!00iiiii',i!iiiiii!i!!ii!;00!',i i .... • :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;!: .i?iii!2 i?:!i!iiiii:ii! . !:::iii:::i:i::::i i:;:::!iii!:?:/.t i :!i:iiil; i. ::ii ?: :: i :i:i::!: ::! :: i:!!:: i!!i!;! :!:: ::: i :.::. i::iii::iiiiiii!::?: :.i:::i::i:: )::::.: :::::!i: :: !i]:; ::I CONTRACT PRICE ON BASEMENT SIDEWALKS AND HEATING. THIS HOUSE IS F.H.A. APPROVED. WE ALSO HAVE NUMEROUS OTHER FLOOR PLANS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION. 2- Bedroom 3. Bedroom I I KITCHEN l 11 Ill I ] l ir-o"× Lo,,  iv'o"; 12L0" t ,. I I .... L--I :, _L! -,, I $5,090J)0 $5,995.00 WE WILL ALSO GIVE YOU A This includes complete house featuring: I USE OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN . First quality materials .  inch drywall construction , Complete kitchen cabinets Fully wired, with fixtures Fully insulated with balsara wool * Prime painted exterior Imperial lok-on asphalt shingles THE ROBERT O LUMBER COMPANi00 Park River N.D. VernonChally, Mgr. PAGE EIGHT I'1 ii ! claimed Walsh County for Wallace E. Warner Day and many people have been busy for several weeks rnak, ing plans for the day-tong do- ings. "Waly," as everybody who knows him as well as we do in this area, calls him, is a candidate for gover- nor on the Democratic ballot. Party politics are to be left out of the af- fair in his honor this week and he wants to take this opportunity to just greet everybody, old friends and new. Putting on a state-wide campaign in our state is a time-con- suming thing and it is possible that Wally won't be able to spend much time in any one place. Consequently, he will appreciate having folks come to see him at the designated stops in the county. It is fitting that the day's festiv- ities should be started in Edinburg, Warner's birth place and home town for many years. Breakfast will be served in the Community hall from I , 9 to 10:30 o'clock, with women of i the Lutheran ladies aid serving. This I{ will provide an opportunity for a reunion with many people in that territory who have known him since childhood. Among those on hand to g.eet him will be his mother. Mrs. Cordelia Warner. who lives in Edin- burg. Some of his former classmates wl undoubtedly be there and like as not some older folks, who may [ I0000,HORT MRs, HARRY 00JTOPS.. by O'B00 I ' _ 'll H I / Regardless Of political affiliation, t Iota. terms. During that time he and nationality or;creed, Walsh County Cora lived in Grafton where they residents are invited this eoramg have many warm friends who will, Saturday to join in a rousing "wel-l undoubtedly turn out to meet them come home" for one of it's promi- / at the smorgasbord at the armory at nent native sons. He has charted a/ noon Saturday. After that he was course on the political seas of our/elected Attorney General of North staL,e tha,t will bring much reflected l Dakota, ,. serving one term. glory and pride to his former home  • locality. Saturday has been pro- The whole shebang will wind up WALSH COnTTY PRFS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA ' with a banquet and a dance in Park River Saturday night. It would be a nice gesture to the gubernatoriaL; candidate if a big crowd were on hand here to greet and visit with him and his party when they come to town. I am always happy to visit with the Warners at any time, but 1 cannot help but think how nice it would be to have them in the gover- nor's mansion in Bismarck. As I mentioned once before in this col- umn, if this comes to pass, Cora will certainly get a work out in the cof- fee-making department. Just as Bess Truman's club friends in Indepen-i donee, Mo., did when she went to live in the White House, Cora's gal friends from Walsh County and elsewhere can make a journey to the state capitol their project. May- be they can even get to help decide this and that for the new $200,000 governor's house. That is if Old Granny (R. HA Sherman, chairroan of the Board of Administration and his tottering buddies ever decide on what they will O. K. for the new place. By the way, the architect who has been drawing plans for the mansion has Walsh County connec- tions (by marriage}. He is Herman Leohnard of Bismarck and his wife is the former Clara Hoisveen of Grafton. who once taught school in Park River. Camille Thiele, of Park River, left foreground, was one of 14 freshmen who performed editor- ial duties of the first edition of the Dakota Student, campus news- paper at the University of North Dakota. The special edition was published in conjunction with Freshman Orientation week, as Senate where he served for 18 years. $ All this chit chat about candidates and election, reminds me that sev- eral people have asked about get- ting absent voters ballots. There is no trick to it and if you are elegibile to vote in North Dakota, but ex- pect to be away on Nov.6, the day of "the general eleeton, you may get a ballot from the county auditor. All you do is write and ask for an application for same. It isn't too early to apply if you are sure you are going to be away. For people in the armed forces, it is easier still. Just send the name and address of the service man to the county audi- recall the day of his high school • graduation when he was valedictor- Walsh county has already given I tOT and he will send the ballot to the voter with no more ado. No tan of the class and was only 15 at two governors to the State of North ] matter how you do it, by absentee the time. • Dakota. One of them was recalled]ballot or the regular way at the There will be church people on and then given (by the people of polls, make up your mind now to hand who will remember him as a the whole state) to the United States cast your ballot on Nov. 6. R Luther Leaguer and a confirmant of Congress.The first wasB°ththeWerelate RepublicanS.Roger Allin, [ F BureauPl-arm----mans the local church. He claims he was of Park River, who served as lieu-I able to, speak Norwegian before he tenant governor before going into' learned English, having been taught embership Drive the governor's chair, which he oc- by his grandmother. The Edinburg cupied for one year, 1895 to 18911. folks'will be .: pleased to see lrs: The other, also now deceased, was Warrrer, too. She is a native of Walsh county also. A lot of water Lynn J. Frazier of Hoople. He was has gone under the bridge, of course, .elected with the Nonpartisan lea- District membership meetings since Cora Loken was a little girl gue endorsement in 1915 and in a leading to Get. 15 "kickoffs" in 40 on her father's farm near Fordville. special election in 1921 he was re- • Slte ,met Wally when she went to called. This action was made pos- North Dakota counties will be held sible by the 33rd amendment to the next week from Oct. 1-5 by farmers F.lidatmrg to work in his mother's State constitution which was rattled in six counties, according to Harold store. She has been a loyal supporter at the 1920 primary. When Mr. Fraz- Grommesh, Fargo, director of organ- of her husband throughout his num- ier was bounced, it was the first iza˘ion for the state Farm Bureau. time in the history of the United (:Te meetings will launch an in- States that a governorha ever been tensive drive in each county for ad- recalled. While the people mus have ]i$i?al members of the farm r2up. felt Frazier dclr,lttl: to be.boGle& ,[l]0al f0r i957 is 13,231 faiRIes, out of the Governor's post, they wens all out,two years later and Grmmesh said. elected him to the United States Beginning Monday, meetings iI1 erous political activities. She trav- ets with him all the time and can take over nearly any work detail necessary, If their three children, Colleen, 16, Russell 12, and Coralee 10, are with them on the t/rii3 Saturday, every- body will be glad to see them. too. They are enthusiastic about their Dad's campaign and like nothing hotter than to go with their parents on campaign excursions. A familiar figure will be missing from the Ed- inburg scene, however, and this will add a touch of sadness to the dY for Wally and many others. Henning Gunhus, veteran political wrker, and one of Wally's valued advisor.q passed away thL week. It Was only last June that I witnesed a eordiM and be.rt warming re- union beweon Warner nd the 90- yer-oJct Gunhus. It was good to see and undoubtedly is one of the more pleasant memories of the visit to his homo town that .v in June  q, whPn the Democr+e e.'vn wa  .:o making a tour of the county. €. .l. Graduating erom h(, Un;"-dtv .* Law School + 02 Wnl?-" rrnor : waStorneye]ectedat theWalShage Countyof 23 andS*'tSservednt" .': Effective Thursday, Sept. 27 ** ................ ' ENTIRE GrOCERY STOCK GOING AT 10% OFF e e  " "; 'k" -  Many of these items well below cost Everything Cash i I i 1 National Cash Register, electric 2 Burroughs Cash Registers, electric 1 Apt size Refrigerator 1 Coffee Grinder 3 Freezer Boxes, 8 and 16 cubic foot sizes 1 Upright Dairy and Cheese Case 4 Check-out Counters 1 Toledo Scale 1 Fruit Rack Some Shelving 2 Pop Cases, one wet and one dry cooled 1 Slicer 1 Tenderizer Many Small Items I 10-ft Double Duty Meat Case 8 Push Carts 1 3-Horse Frigidaire Compressor Imports o| distinction ... The choicest fabri of I.rope are produced i mills snd rarely i. production" qmm- lilies. That's why the m{ distinctive of the imports arc to be found tailor/ag. If, flae fabrics, ea)oy look- ing over our suitings and p0{t coat- ings. Ebb00en's PARK RIVER, N. DAK. Grocery THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Engaged Mrs. Clare Christenson of Edin- burg has announced the engagement of her daughter, Barbara Karen, to Roger L. Rustan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar .Rusan, also of The eoui51e are graduates of Edintmrg high school. Mr. a senior at the University of Dakota. The wedding date has set. a part of a program to make stu- dents feel at home onthe campus. The staff was selected on the basis of scholastic achievement and journalism experience in high school. The freshman class at the l.lni- versify numbers more than 900 , and is said to be the largest in the history of the school. be held in Valley City, Bismarck, Dickinson, Minoi, Devils Lake and Grand Forks. T. C. (Pete) Peterson of Madison, Wis., m'idwest director of organization for the American Farm Bureau, will be the featured speaker. No Matter Where You Go You Can't Beat ERNIE'S SAT. SPECIAL Coffee Cakes Each 30c 'I'm sure gonna miss Ernie's Bakery' "Park River's Biggest Loafer ERNIE'S BAKERY Dial 22251 Park Rivj N. I% . 3 year,  tl should • and it ROBERTSON LUMBER CO.:s I I 1 ON NEW HOUSES - . . . . . * A Complete Home Built On Your Foundation Yourself Some Extra MoneY00 , * NO DUTY TO PAY . NO TRUCKING CHARGES ::::::::::::::::::::::::: ............................. ' ................... .iii:: e :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i ii!!!iiV:!k:iiii:!:!!:ii! i:{.i-!?i ............................. ::*:::::*::*:ii!!iii!::i?:! i ! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::: :;:; :::::::::. ,:::::.:.:::.::::. J 00i!i i!i!00iiiii',i!iiiiii!i!!ii!;00!',i i .... • :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;!: .i?iii!2 i?:!i!iiiii:ii! . !:::iii:::i:i::::i i:;:::!iii!:?:/.t i :!i:iiil; i. ::ii ?: :: i :i:i::!: ::! :: i:!!:: i!!i!;! :!:: ::: i :.::. i::iii::iiiiiii!::?: :.i:::i::i:: )::::.: :::::!i: :: !i]:; ::I CONTRACT PRICE ON BASEMENT SIDEWALKS AND HEATING. THIS HOUSE IS F.H.A. APPROVED. WE ALSO HAVE NUMEROUS OTHER FLOOR PLANS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION. 2- Bedroom 3. Bedroom I I KITCHEN l 11 Ill I ] l ir-o"× Lo,,  iv'o"; 12L0" t ,. I I .... L--I :, _L! -,, I $5,090J)0 $5,995.00 WE WILL ALSO GIVE YOU A This includes complete house featuring: I USE OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN . First quality materials .  inch drywall construction , Complete kitchen cabinets Fully wired, with fixtures Fully insulated with balsara wool * Prime painted exterior Imperial lok-on asphalt shingles THE ROBERT O LUMBER COMPANi00 Park River N.D. VernonChally, Mgr.