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Anna Skalet spent hanks- givt in Grand Forks with Mr. and-Mrs. Carl Nielsen and family. "Mrs. Harry O'Bridn was a dinner guest at the home of Mr: and Mrs. W. J. Gust jr. at St. Thomas Thanks- giving day. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Eide went to Fairdale Thanksgiving day to spend the day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Eide. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dougherty were guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. Leonard Folson, in Grand Forks from Wednesday to Sunday. Miss Alpha Kjelland spent the Thanksgiving week end at North- wood with her brother-in-law and ,sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uglem. Gordon, 10-year:old son of Mr. and Mrs. F. U. Smith of this city, is hospitalized wi.th an attack of rheumatic fever. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Swcnsdn and family spent Thanksgiving day at Grafton with the former's sister, *'Mrs. Ole Haug and family. Ear] Johnson. who had,spent the st month in Grand Forks receiv- ing medical treatment at a hospital iere, has returned home. "* Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Middendorf " observed their 32nd wedding anni- .. versary Sunday. To mark the event. Mrs. Will McEachern. a sister of Mrs. Middendorf, entertained them at dinner in her home. ,Mrs. Charles LaCrosse of Minne- apolis came up Monday for an in- definite visit at the home of her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Erovick. Mr, and Mrs, Herbert Thiele and daughter, Camille. and son. Johnny, went to McClusky N. D., Thanks- giving day and were guests of his brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Morris Thiele. Dinner guests Thanksgiving day of Mr. and MrS. Clyde Dibble were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dvorak and their Susan.,of Grafton and Mr. & . AROUND PARK RIVER Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Dunford were Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and Mrs, J." J. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Gutteld and family of Mobridge, S. D.. were visitors here last week at the Ernest Amundrud home, - Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hanna( of St. Thomas. were Stmday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parke. Miss Sylvia Wick was hostess to the O N O bridge club Friday eve- ning. Mrs. H. D. Lon was a guest. Lunch was served after the games. House guests over Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Anderson were his mother, Mrs. George Anderson and son. Gary, and daughter, Delaine, of Kathryn, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Amstrup and children, Robert and Rebecca. spent Thanksgiving in West Fargo with Mr. Amstrup's parents. Mr. and hqrs. Charles Amstrup. Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ellingson were Mrs. T. Bakke. Bertha Ellingson. of Bis- marck, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Elling- son and d'.mghter Donna. of D:vils Lake and Clara Ellingson, city. The George Gowan family of For- est River and Mrs. Will MeEachern were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Middendorf at their home in the city. Mr. and Mrs. F.U. Smith and daughters, ttelzn and Margaret, and son. Gordon. were at Upham for the Thanksgiving holiday at the home of her mother, Mrs. O. M. Anderson Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mrs. Lloyd Harris were her son anft daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Harold Harris and children. Ann and Harold jr., Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Page of Hamilton were Sunday evening vis- I itors at the home of Mrs. Harry i [ O'Brien. cinity. ,and Mrs. Everett Dbble,  Mr. and Mrs. Orbin Eriekson and Sunday dinner-guests of !childr(n h, olly Ann and Richard Mr. and . ' Mrs, Allen Eidc were her mother, i of Edmburg were Saturday eve- Mrs. George Gunderson and her nm dinner uests of ?Cir. and Mrs, brother. G,ore Jr., her aunt. Mrs. David Ford. i O. S. Olson. ",ll of Buxion_ Mr. and Miss hrbc.I Mar'ifieren was at [ Mrs. Garvin Anderson of H,tton F:r from Wedday to Sunday i : Henry KcHy and son, Shawn. re- at the home of t bcoth,,'r-in-law turned Sundy from Minneapolis and sit:-r. ?.r. and Mrs. H I. P.ter- where the;,, s.,.nt the Thatks,..qving .on. week cad wilh relatives. They rnde  Th,mks,!ving week end guests the tr;p wffh ?.r Kelly's uncle. E. J..of ,r. and Mrs. Leo Enlerh w,.re 1 O'Brien zmd f:milv, of Webster. heir sn Quentin of Grand Forks. i Thanksgivin dinner guests of nd Miss Joyce DaM of Minneapo- Mr, and _Mrs. Wilbur Sperline were her brolher-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Art K. J:hnson and son. Randy, and his brother and sister- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sper- ling ,nd children, Ann/,,,. Freddie ald ichael. of Grand Forks. Thankiving day d}nner gu:.'.sts oI Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Aichele were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Os- car Danielson and daughters, Joyce and Carol. and son. Darrel. and Mar: vin Frank of Grand Forks and John Schultz of Devils Lake. hir Mrs. Walter Dau gherty and mother. Mrs. T. L. Heltne. were itors at Ashby, Minr., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carter Randall for the Thanksgiving week emJ. Mrs. Randall is a daughter of Mrs. Hell- no. Mr. and Mrs, Vernie Larson en- )i  tertained at a luncheon Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lar- son, who observed their tenth wed- ding anniversary. Other guests in- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fro- and daughter, Betty, Mr. and and Mrs. Herman Moo of Fessen- , den, Mrs. Gary Olon and Mr. and Mrs. Don Tingum of Larimore, Dinner guests Thanksgiving day of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bennington i were their son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crawford and family of Dilworth. Minn. And their Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. Arthur Bylin and fam- ily of Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bennington and son, Mark. _r. and Mrs. Melvin Jergenson were dinner guests at the Kenneth Ferguson home in Devils Lake Nov. 18. From there they went to Drake, N, D,, and spend the night with Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Bruner. En route home they stopped in Minot to pick up their daughter, Janice, who at: school there. She spent the ksgivtng vacation at her par- lhome here. House guests from Wednesday to Friday at the home of Mrs. John were her son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs, V. R, Smy- son, John, of Park Rapids, On Thanksgiving day they joined by Mr, and Mrs. J. J. OBrien and daughter, Kathleen, of . Grto amd Miss Mary Middendorf of thl M.r. Norman Isaacson, with relatives and Vancouver, Wash., They report a rather harrowing ex- perience which took place on the way out, As their tain was nearing Seattle it struck an auobile. The passengers in the vehl were mem- bers of a wedding party and the lewly married couple was killed. Others in the group injured. The train was nearly two hours mishap. On the return trip the River couple eported that was held up for over an to mechancial diffi- train in that vi- Its. Their guests Saturd,qv were Mr. and Mrs. Edward .latejcek of, Brocket, Mrs. T. W. Eyolfson was a visitior in Fnrn from Wedn:'sday to Sun- d"y at thi* home of her son-in.:'wr rind daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ellen Veralrud. uests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Penas were Mr, and Mrs. John D. Johnson, of Bisbee: Mr. and Mrs. , Lawrence Penas and family of Car- rhea:ten: Jennifer and Clark Penas. Grand Fork. the Dan Penes and Felix Budish families, Park River. Thanksgiving day guests of Mrs. F. E. Weed were her son-in-l.w and daughter, Mr..and Mrs. Olaf Aasand and family, Mrs. Anna Aaas- and. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monson. all of Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert sharer and and two children of Midwest City, Okla., were guests here at the home of Mrs. Shafer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Junkin, over Thanksgiv- ling. Other guest at the Junkn home for the holiday dinner wre Mr. and Mrs. G. Oppeboen. The Sunny Circle 4-H club met at the home of Susan Peoples Nov. 15 with one member absent. For roll call, the members named their fav- orite flower, Yearly program books were filled out and additional ma- terial was distributed. The younger irls worked on their scissor and needle cases, was pro- vided by was served Mr, and Mrs. John Anderson had as their Thanksgiving day dinner guests their son-in-law and daugh- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Dunford and son, Ramon, and their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Anderson and son. LeRoy, and Mrs. J. J. Ferguson. Mrs. Anderson was assisted by Mrs. Dunford. On Tues- day guests at the Anderson home were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berg. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Charon were Mr. and Mr. Franklin Charon and their daughter, Janel, of Grand Forks, Mr. and Mrs. Orris Ronnie and sons, Roger and Ritchie, and Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Ritchie of Michigan. On Sunday guests at the Charon hom were the Perry Pettis family of Grand Forks, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Charon and family of Langdon and Bonnie Frovarp, of San Haven. A ham and lutefisk dinner was served Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Gaar- der and Amund Gaarder. Games and home movies provided enter- tainment during the afternoon. The guests were Mr, and Mrs. John Ben. eda and daughter, Carol and son, Kenny, Mrs. Florence Sticha, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Beneda and sons, Donald and Rorialdv all of Lankin: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mo,n; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and Earl, icek and son, Gaarder, all Gaarder of Mrs. P. J. Kenney spent; anks- giving in Bismarck with her son, Harold Kenney and amily. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Cowger were in Grand Forks Friday and were dinner guests o Dr,and Mrs. G. E. Hariman. Orris Herum, Mr. and Mrs. E N. Herum, all of Niagara and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Storms of Walhalla were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the F. J. Thorson home. Mr. and Mrs. H.J, Arnold and so John of Fargo Zwere visitors here a few days last wek at the home of Mr. Arnold's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.. Xrnold. On Thanks, giving day, a dinner guest at the Arnold home was Mrs. Carl Ander- son. Over nht guests Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fro- varp were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John O1son, of Walhalla$ Mr. and Mrs, Martin Sitz were in Grand Forks for Thanksgiving din- ner at the home of her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Gefrh. On Sunday they were in Mentor, Minn.. to visit her mother, Mrs. Dina Danielsom Th]nxsgvlng day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Grovom and their daughters. Bernice and Yvonne. of Grafton, the Dennis Olson family, and Gilbert and Carl Gunderson. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lewis observed their 25th wedding anniversary on November 10th. To mark the oc- giving day. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emore Johns- rud at that place. Mrs. Wes Shortridge of Calvin came Tuesday for an indefinite stay casmn, about 40 relatives a n d Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Amundrud ] friends gathered at hcir home for a and son. Rickie. Mr. and Mrs. Mel- surprise party in their honor. Sup- via Gutterud and daughter, Enid per was served at 6:30 o'clock by the and Mr. and Mrs. Thorwald Gutte- self-invited guests. A three-tiered rud went to Dahlen. N. D.. Thanks- wedding cake. a gift from the Lew- ; children, centered the t.ble. On behalf of the gathering and other relatives and friends. Larry Lewis presented his parents with gifts of Mr. anlIrs. Albert Olsen of. Mrs.'Fno Saskato0 Sask., and Mr. and Mrs. Audrey, Mrs. Jack Earl of Prince George, B. C., l Harley Wambem and son, were visitors at the Frank Olsen ! Mrs. Joe Machart and Mrs. home la week, Swartz were guests Monday of Mabel Halvorson at Lankin. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Olsen and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olsen were Than,..iving day guests of Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and t and Mrsilliam Delve were Mrs. Henry Groven.  and Mr.,Adolph Sobolik, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Setness and Mrs. Clair Clemetson and fa; family went to Adams for dinner on and the Harold Delve family Thnkgivinq day at th home of Pisek. Mrs. John Setncss. Miss Inez Olson, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Weed left yesterday for Ear] Olson and daughters, a winter wcation trip to Rio de and Jeanne. were Thank Janerio. Brazil to visit at the home dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. of her daughter. Mrs. Jon de Fig- ley Stenerson at Edinburg. uerideo (Irene Weed). En route she guests there were Mr and planned tn stop in Minneanolis for Herb Wogsland and family of a visit with her dauhter, lrs Roy go; Mr. and Mrs. Lon Stenerson Harvey and llrs Earl Fritz. From family of St. Thomas: Sandra there she will go to Miami. Fla.. to erson of Moorhead. Sterlin_ remain for a week before" flying to so, n. Fargo, Mrs. Tillie South America. She expects to re- of Edinburg and Mrs. Annie J* turn to Park River in April. son of Hoople. money and numerous cards. The oth- at the home of her son-in-lav, and er members of their family are a dau,zhter. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson dauahter. Donah. and a son. Clinton. were Mrs. Olson's brother-in-law mode by Mrs. Sig Kristjanson of and sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. King- Ikte','." a sister of Mr. Lewis. and zett and daughters, Pamela and Mis Donah Lewis and Mrs. Clinton Julie, of Clyde. Lewis, .. _..ow;s y 00ooo ..,c.s . II Oranges ............. dozen 29c " 4 iS_ INSTANT POSTUM =9C Hunt's Whole Unpeeled (in heavy syrup) No. 2//2 - [ Apmots.__00 ....... 4 or $1.00 Le Grande Cream Style Golden Orchard No. 10 CORN ....... 2 for 25c APPLES ....... tin 98c Rose-Dale Golden Sweet Whole Kernal Corn .......... 5 for 49c 2 Ibs --49c- i Manchester Lemon Cr'me Sandwich Cookies __ 32c Manchester Milkolet Stripe Cookies " pkg 32c Libby's Hamburger Slic'd Dill Pickles __ 12 ozt49c Paul Mark Strawberry or Raspberry Preserves 2'h Ibjar 53c i _.o = Lake of the Woods PURE CLOVER HONEY ................ Ib jar 35 i Hartz Deluxe Old Fashioned Peanut Butter 2 Ib jar 69c Wilson's Chopped Beef 12 oz tin 29e Lby's Corned Beef Hash lb tin 29c CHICKEN NOODLE soup 6 f'r Sl.OO Cock O' The Walk No 2 Tin Yellow Cling Peaches 29c ilostess Hals (in heavy syrup) 17 oz Tin BARTLETT PEARS .................... 2 for 49 i ii Magic Garden , 46 oz Tin Tomato Juice 29c College Inn EGG NOODLES & CHICKEN ............ Ib jar 39 Red Alaska Fancy Medium Ib ti. 73c FA I RWAY z 2 :' ",, BOTTLE 6 3 ..... q 00esserts PKGS. .... JOAN OF ARC 2 16-OZ. 2 KIDHEY 00EANS ..... DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE G' WHOLE KERNEL C000N 2 29, PEANUT BUTTER FAI RWAY 12-07-.. JAR LIPTOH'S TEA V2-LB. PKG. 16 TEA BAGS 4.8 TEA BAGS FROZEN SEA PAK UNCOOKED FISH STICKS ......... BW/tBYMEAT00 2 TINS 4 "'" 4 3 TOILET TISSUE .... Meats VEAL STEAK, Choice ............................ Ib PORK SAUSAGE ROLLS ...................... Each PICNICS, ARMOUR STAR .......................... BACON, SLICED, Cello ............................ Ibl SKINLESS WEINERS ............................ Ib; Fruit & Vegetables CABBAGE ........... ORANGES, Florida ............................ Doz. CRANBERRIES, Cello Bag ....................... each Extra Special Three dise prizes giv- en every Sate. day. A chance With every ca PUrchase of $2 or mole.. . WINNERS Ist, Mrs. Ted Dahl 2rid, Mrs. Cecil Rollestad 3rd, Lambert Svir BORES Owned and Operated by John Bur Perk River, North Dakota Dial L Anna Skalet spent hanks- givt in Grand Forks with Mr. and-Mrs. Carl Nielsen and family. "Mrs. Harry O'Bridn was a dinner guest at the home of Mr: and Mrs. W. J. Gust jr. at St. Thomas Thanks- giving day. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Eide went to Fairdale Thanksgiving day to spend the day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Eide. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dougherty were guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. Leonard Folson, in Grand Forks from Wednesday to Sunday. Miss Alpha Kjelland spent the Thanksgiving week end at North- wood with her brother-in-law and ,sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uglem. Gordon, 10-year:old son of Mr. and Mrs. F. U. Smith of this city, is hospitalized wi.th an attack of rheumatic fever. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Swcnsdn and family spent Thanksgiving day at Grafton with the former's sister, *'Mrs. Ole Haug and family. Ear] Johnson. who had,spent the st month in Grand Forks receiv- ing medical treatment at a hospital iere, has returned home. "* Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Middendorf " observed their 32nd wedding anni- .. versary Sunday. To mark the event. Mrs. Will McEachern. a sister of Mrs. Middendorf, entertained them at dinner in her home. ,Mrs. Charles LaCrosse of Minne- apolis came up Monday for an in- definite visit at the home of her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Erovick. Mr, and Mrs, Herbert Thiele and daughter, Camille. and son. Johnny, went to McClusky N. D., Thanks- giving day and were guests of his brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Morris Thiele. Dinner guests Thanksgiving day of Mr. and MrS. Clyde Dibble were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dvorak and their Susan.,of Grafton and Mr. & . AROUND PARK RIVER Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Dunford were Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and Mrs, J." J. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Gutteld and family of Mobridge, S. D.. were visitors here last week at the Ernest Amundrud home, - Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hanna( of St. Thomas. were Stmday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parke. Miss Sylvia Wick was hostess to the O N O bridge club Friday eve- ning. Mrs. H. D. Lon was a guest. Lunch was served after the games. House guests over Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Anderson were his mother, Mrs. George Anderson and son. Gary, and daughter, Delaine, of Kathryn, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Amstrup and children, Robert and Rebecca. spent Thanksgiving in West Fargo with Mr. Amstrup's parents. Mr. and hqrs. Charles Amstrup. Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ellingson were Mrs. T. Bakke. Bertha Ellingson. of Bis- marck, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Elling- son and d'.mghter Donna. of D:vils Lake and Clara Ellingson, city. The George Gowan family of For- est River and Mrs. Will MeEachern were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Middendorf at their home in the city. Mr. and Mrs. F.U. Smith and daughters, ttelzn and Margaret, and son. Gordon. were at Upham for the Thanksgiving holiday at the home of her mother, Mrs. O. M. Anderson Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mrs. Lloyd Harris were her son anft daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Harold Harris and children. Ann and Harold jr., Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Page of Hamilton were Sunday evening vis- I itors at the home of Mrs. Harry i [ O'Brien. cinity. ,and Mrs. Everett Dbble,  Mr. and Mrs. Orbin Eriekson and Sunday dinner-guests of !childr(n h, olly Ann and Richard Mr. and . ' Mrs, Allen Eidc were her mother, i of Edmburg were Saturday eve- Mrs. George Gunderson and her nm dinner uests of ?Cir. and Mrs, brother. G,ore Jr., her aunt. Mrs. David Ford. i O. S. Olson. ",ll of Buxion_ Mr. and Miss hrbc.I Mar'ifieren was at [ Mrs. Garvin Anderson of H,tton F:r from Wedday to Sunday i : Henry KcHy and son, Shawn. re- at the home of t bcoth,,'r-in-law turned Sundy from Minneapolis and sit:-r. ?.r. and Mrs. H I. P.ter- where the;,, s.,.nt the Thatks,..qving .on. week cad wilh relatives. They rnde  Th,mks,!ving week end guests the tr;p wffh ?.r Kelly's uncle. E. J..of ,r. and Mrs. Leo Enlerh w,.re 1 O'Brien zmd f:milv, of Webster. heir sn Quentin of Grand Forks. i Thanksgivin dinner guests of nd Miss Joyce DaM of Minneapo- Mr, and _Mrs. Wilbur Sperline were her brolher-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Art K. J:hnson and son. Randy, and his brother and sister- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sper- ling ,nd children, Ann/,,,. Freddie ald ichael. of Grand Forks. Thankiving day d}nner gu:.'.sts oI Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Aichele were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Os- car Danielson and daughters, Joyce and Carol. and son. Darrel. and Mar: vin Frank of Grand Forks and John Schultz of Devils Lake. hir Mrs. Walter Dau gherty and mother. Mrs. T. L. Heltne. were itors at Ashby, Minr., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carter Randall for the Thanksgiving week emJ. Mrs. Randall is a daughter of Mrs. Hell- no. Mr. and Mrs, Vernie Larson en- )i  tertained at a luncheon Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lar- son, who observed their tenth wed- ding anniversary. Other guests in- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fro- and daughter, Betty, Mr. and and Mrs. Herman Moo of Fessen- , den, Mrs. Gary Olon and Mr. and Mrs. Don Tingum of Larimore, Dinner guests Thanksgiving day of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bennington i were their son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crawford and family of Dilworth. Minn. And their Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. Arthur Bylin and fam- ily of Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bennington and son, Mark. _r. and Mrs. Melvin Jergenson were dinner guests at the Kenneth Ferguson home in Devils Lake Nov. 18. From there they went to Drake, N, D,, and spend the night with Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Bruner. En route home they stopped in Minot to pick up their daughter, Janice, who at: school there. She spent the ksgivtng vacation at her par- lhome here. House guests from Wednesday to Friday at the home of Mrs. John were her son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs, V. R, Smy- son, John, of Park Rapids, On Thanksgiving day they joined by Mr, and Mrs. J. J. OBrien and daughter, Kathleen, of . Grto amd Miss Mary Middendorf of thl M.r. Norman Isaacson, with relatives and Vancouver, Wash., They report a rather harrowing ex- perience which took place on the way out, As their tain was nearing Seattle it struck an auobile. The passengers in the vehl were mem- bers of a wedding party and the lewly married couple was killed. Others in the group injured. The train was nearly two hours mishap. On the return trip the River couple eported that was held up for over an to mechancial diffi- train in that vi- Its. Their guests Saturd,qv were Mr. and Mrs. Edward .latejcek of, Brocket, Mrs. T. W. Eyolfson was a visitior in Fnrn from Wedn:'sday to Sun- d"y at thi* home of her son-in.:'wr rind daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ellen Veralrud. uests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Penas were Mr, and Mrs. John D. Johnson, of Bisbee: Mr. and Mrs. , Lawrence Penas and family of Car- rhea:ten: Jennifer and Clark Penas. Grand Fork. the Dan Penes and Felix Budish families, Park River. Thanksgiving day guests of Mrs. F. E. Weed were her son-in-l.w and daughter, Mr..and Mrs. Olaf Aasand and family, Mrs. Anna Aaas- and. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monson. all of Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert sharer and and two children of Midwest City, Okla., were guests here at the home of Mrs. Shafer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Junkin, over Thanksgiv- ling. Other guest at the Junkn home for the holiday dinner wre Mr. and Mrs. G. Oppeboen. The Sunny Circle 4-H club met at the home of Susan Peoples Nov. 15 with one member absent. For roll call, the members named their fav- orite flower, Yearly program books were filled out and additional ma- terial was distributed. The younger irls worked on their scissor and needle cases, was pro- vided by was served Mr, and Mrs. John Anderson had as their Thanksgiving day dinner guests their son-in-law and daugh- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Dunford and son, Ramon, and their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Anderson and son. LeRoy, and Mrs. J. J. Ferguson. Mrs. Anderson was assisted by Mrs. Dunford. On Tues- day guests at the Anderson home were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berg. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Charon were Mr. and Mr. Franklin Charon and their daughter, Janel, of Grand Forks, Mr. and Mrs. Orris Ronnie and sons, Roger and Ritchie, and Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Ritchie of Michigan. On Sunday guests at the Charon hom were the Perry Pettis family of Grand Forks, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Charon and family of Langdon and Bonnie Frovarp, of San Haven. A ham and lutefisk dinner was served Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Gaar- der and Amund Gaarder. Games and home movies provided enter- tainment during the afternoon. The guests were Mr, and Mrs. John Ben. eda and daughter, Carol and son, Kenny, Mrs. Florence Sticha, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Beneda and sons, Donald and Rorialdv all of Lankin: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mo,n; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and Earl, icek and son, Gaarder, all Gaarder of Mrs. P. J. Kenney spent; anks- giving in Bismarck with her son, Harold Kenney and amily. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Cowger were in Grand Forks Friday and were dinner guests o Dr,and Mrs. G. E. Hariman. Orris Herum, Mr. and Mrs. E N. Herum, all of Niagara and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Storms of Walhalla were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the F. J. Thorson home. Mr. and Mrs. H.J, Arnold and so John of Fargo Zwere visitors here a few days last wek at the home of Mr. Arnold's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.. Xrnold. On Thanks, giving day, a dinner guest at the Arnold home was Mrs. Carl Ander- son. Over nht guests Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fro- varp were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John O1son, of Walhalla$ Mr. and Mrs, Martin Sitz were in Grand Forks for Thanksgiving din- ner at the home of her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Gefrh. On Sunday they were in Mentor, Minn.. to visit her mother, Mrs. Dina Danielsom Th]nxsgvlng day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Grovom and their daughters. Bernice and Yvonne. of Grafton, the Dennis Olson family, and Gilbert and Carl Gunderson. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lewis observed their 25th wedding anniversary on November 10th. To mark the oc- giving day. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emore Johns- rud at that place. Mrs. Wes Shortridge of Calvin came Tuesday for an indefinite stay casmn, about 40 relatives a n d Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Amundrud ] friends gathered at hcir home for a and son. Rickie. Mr. and Mrs. Mel- surprise party in their honor. Sup- via Gutterud and daughter, Enid per was served at 6:30 o'clock by the and Mr. and Mrs. Thorwald Gutte- self-invited guests. A three-tiered rud went to Dahlen. N. D.. Thanks- wedding cake. a gift from the Lew- ; children, centered the t.ble. On behalf of the gathering and other relatives and friends. Larry Lewis presented his parents with gifts of Mr. anlIrs. Albert Olsen of. Mrs.'Fno Saskato0 Sask., and Mr. and Mrs. Audrey, Mrs. Jack Earl of Prince George, B. C., l Harley Wambem and son, were visitors at the Frank Olsen ! Mrs. Joe Machart and Mrs. home la week, Swartz were guests Monday of Mabel Halvorson at Lankin. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Olsen and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olsen were Than,..iving day guests of Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and t and Mrsilliam Delve were Mrs. Henry Groven.  and Mr.,Adolph Sobolik, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Setness and Mrs. Clair Clemetson and fa; family went to Adams for dinner on and the Harold Delve family Thnkgivinq day at th home of Pisek. Mrs. John Setncss. Miss Inez Olson, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Weed left yesterday for Ear] Olson and daughters, a winter wcation trip to Rio de and Jeanne. were Thank Janerio. Brazil to visit at the home dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. of her daughter. Mrs. Jon de Fig- ley Stenerson at Edinburg. uerideo (Irene Weed). En route she guests there were Mr and planned tn stop in Minneanolis for Herb Wogsland and family of a visit with her dauhter, lrs Roy go; Mr. and Mrs. Lon Stenerson Harvey and llrs Earl Fritz. From family of St. Thomas: Sandra there she will go to Miami. Fla.. to erson of Moorhead. Sterlin_ remain for a week before" flying to so, n. Fargo, Mrs. Tillie South America. She expects to re- of Edinburg and Mrs. Annie J* turn to Park River in April. son of Hoople. money and numerous cards. The oth- at the home of her son-in-lav, and er members of their family are a dau,zhter. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson dauahter. Donah. and a son. Clinton. were Mrs. Olson's brother-in-law mode by Mrs. Sig Kristjanson of and sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. King- Ikte','." a sister of Mr. Lewis. and zett and daughters, Pamela and Mis Donah Lewis and Mrs. Clinton Julie, of Clyde. Lewis, .. _..ow;s y 00ooo ..,c.s . II Oranges ............. dozen 29c " 4 iS_ INSTANT POSTUM =9C Hunt's Whole Unpeeled (in heavy syrup) No. 2//2 - [ Apmots.__00 ....... 4 or $1.00 Le Grande Cream Style Golden Orchard No. 10 CORN ....... 2 for 25c APPLES ....... tin 98c Rose-Dale Golden Sweet Whole Kernal Corn .......... 5 for 49c 2 Ibs --49c- i Manchester Lemon Cr'me Sandwich Cookies __ 32c Manchester Milkolet Stripe Cookies " pkg 32c Libby's Hamburger Slic'd Dill Pickles __ 12 ozt49c Paul Mark Strawberry or Raspberry Preserves 2'h Ibjar 53c i _.o = Lake of the Woods PURE CLOVER HONEY ................ 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