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NOVEMBER 29, 1956 WANT ADS Wanted: Part time or hour work. do ironing in my home. Mrs. "Caroline Withan. Dia4,36371. *n29 For Rent: 3 room apt. rnished or AvailabltDec, 1. Dial Your Homered You ByJoyce L. Fritzler Home Extension. Agent What to do with the left-over tur- key from holiday dinners is often a problem. Homemakers are always 36561. tf  looking for new and different ways of serving left-over turkey. The tel- Cabinet style link and roll away bed. Good contton. Also lowing recipe appeared in one of the current farm magazines. You may Will have rummage sale at my home be interested in trying it as it is a Sat. Dec. 1 starting 1 p.m. Mrs. James Heggen, 221 Harris ave. *n29 tempting and tasty dish. Sale: dry ear corn. Ludger Kad- Pisek. 6*d WHAT'S DOING Dec. 1: F U Junior leaders meet- ing Park River City hall. 11 a.m. Dec. 4: Harmony Homemaker club Christmas party at O. C. Fursteneau home.. Dec. 6: St. Mary's Altar Society, Christmas party at th, church. Dec. 4: Lutheran LCR annual tea at the church. % cup minced onion, 2 tablespoons finely chopped green pepper; 2 tablespoons of butter; 1 cup toasted bread crumbs; 'A cup milk, scalded, 1 cup cooked turkey, diced, 1 beaten egg, ,, cup melted butter, 1 table- spoon Worchestershire sauce. Cook onion and green pepper in butter until golden, but not brown. Stir in the crumbs, milk, turkey and egg. Mix thoroughly and shape into 40 tiny balls, Roll in flour until cooated and fry lightly in fat just until golden, Place turkey balls in top of double boiler and pour over a mixture of the melted butter and Take A Tip From Us! Don't let a balky car or truck get the jump on you this winter STOP IN TODAY AND TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT OUR WIDE SELECTION OF A-I USED CARS Many makes and models All ready to give you top-notch performance during the rough winter months, and many months thereafter --REMEMBER-- If it's a new Ford car or truck, Mercury car, or Ford tractor you want-- See Us. We also have a complete stock of parts plus first class mechanics. W33SH NOra DAKOTA ADAMS NEWS ITEMS By Mrs. Lena Nordbye Mrs. Belled Hoads FU Local Mrs. M. Bellerud was elected president of the the Vesta Farmers Union local at a meeting held Fri- day evening. Lester Jasmer is vice president and Mrs, Clayton Setness is secretary and treasurer. Louis Chally was named lunch captain and Henry Lundene is the program chairman. The following were also named directors of var- ious departments: Mrs. Ted Swen- son. recreation: Mrs. L. Borchgre- vink: llenry Lundene, legislation; C. Arthur Bylin, co-operatives; John L. Johnson, membership. Mrs. E. Lofthus. Mrs. John John- son and Mrs. Lundene are junior leaders. Delegates to the F. U. con- vention next March in St Paul are Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Slatten. I A' contribution of $17.50 was sent I to CARE and $35 was given to steam 10 to 15 minutes over boiling water. Serve over hot cooked rice. Next week. on Monday and Tues- day, Dec. 3 and 4. Miss Perma Paul- son, Educational Supervisor, Singer Sewing Machine Co.. Minneapolis, will conduct 4-H clothing leader training meetings entitled. "Getting the Most Out of Your Sewing Ma- chine." Miss Paulson will teach "The Ad- justment and Care of the Sewing Machine" and "Machine Adjust- ments for Various Weights. Textures and Thickness of Fabric" and "The Use of the Buttonhole Attachment." Leaders from the 19 Home Eco- nomics 4-H clubs will attend the meetings which will be held in the Home Ec department of the WCAS in Park River from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. "The care you give a dress has much to do with the way it looks and how long it wears." says Julia E. Brekke, NDAC, Extension Service specialist in clothing. The best of seams will give way if you yank or pull hard enough. The dress fabric may also tear. If you should rip a seam or get a hole or tear in the dress, mend it right away before the dama e gets worse. The c]othin specialist lists a few rules for longer wear and better appearance of dresses: l) A stitch in time may save a seam or a loose button (2) Allow space b;'tween e:mb ';rm,+m in lhe closet to pre- serve he fabric and s,,ve it from .etth', hat stringy look. (3 Han your dresses as soon as you take lhem off. (4l Use hanaers as near the shae of your dress shoulders as possible. Wood or padded hangers are usually besI (5) Unless the closet is well ven- tilated, hang your dress where the air can circulate freely around and throuRh it before you put it away. (f Before hrm,ng a garment, fast- m it so t will not sag out of shape. I (7) Remove belts from dresses and, I hang them separately, as the belt left on may weigh down the mater- UNICEF by reserves and juniors of Vesta local, according to, reports given. A memorial gift for the late Hjal- mer Tonning, former manager of the Adams F. U. Oil Company, was given to the State F. U. library at Jamestown. Mrs, Lloy Slatten read the mes- sage to the local. Cynthia Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. $ohn L. Johnson and Henry Lundene reported on the convention,ld in Bismarck. Trudy Bellerud 0tlected the mile of pen- r/ies and Oscar H/ug of Edinburg led a discussion Dn F. U. insurance. The next meeting will be held Dec. 17 and all juniors and reserves will take part in the program. A pot luck lunch will be served at the meeting. Coffee and doughnuts were serv- ed after the meeting Friday with Mrs. Oliver Gustafson acting as hostess. $ A joint meeting of the Esther and Naomi circles of the Lutheran ladies aid was held at the Mountain Luth- eran church Friday. Mrs. Haugen gave the Bible lesson. Lunch was served bv Mrs. Ralph Bee. Mrs, G. Bjorg and Mrs. Keith Bee. ' The Rebecca circle met Friday night at the church with Mrs. Carl Hilde and Mrs. Harvey Lykken serving. Mrs. O, T. Haugen gave the Bible lesson. Mrs. Oscar Hefta jr.. and daugh- _ ter. Debbie, visited at the I. Midt- lyng home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Grove had the following Thanksgiving day din- ner guests: Mr. and Mrs. Leonal Nelson and family of Lakota Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sommerfeld and family of Michigan. Mr. and Mrs SAVE AS YOU SPEND DURING R|D OWL'S VJOLLAR PUEE VEGETA,LE SHOP,,TEN[NG RED OWL'S ZESTFUL @0000pmgn Motors Park River, North Dakota Notice to ial and cause wrinkles. When trav- eling, pack your dresses loosely with tissue paper between fplds and in the sleeves. Unpack" ahd hang them up as soon as you can, In some fab- rics. creases caused by packing will soon disappear, especially if the weather is damp. Farm Bureau Members About Blue Cross- Blue Shield Hospitalization Services In Farm Bureau Group 2500 WE WISH TO INFORM OUR MEMBERS ON THE FARM BUREAU RATE FOR THE $25 DEDUCTIBLE SEMI-PRIVATE Room  365 DAYS  WHICH COSTS OUR MEMBERS $57.40 EACH 6 MONTHS OR $114.80 PER YEAR. THIS IS $35.00 PER YEAR LESS THAN ANY OTHER BLUE CROSS COUNTY GROUP SERVICE, WITH 120 DAYS FOR SAME covERAGE. SO IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BLUE CROSS - BLUE SHIELD SERVICE, YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY CALLING--- H. M. Hanson, General Agent, Grafton DEAN MILLER, Fordville  CHESTER THOMPSON, Park RWer LLOYD MORWOOD, Forest River at the Walsh County Farm Bureau Office Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bjorg en- tertained these guests Thanksgiving day: Mr. and Mrs. Silas Bjorg and sons, Allen and Ronald. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Slatten, Jens Bjorg, Lila .and Melvin Slatten and Jerry Bjorg. .# Mr. and Mrs. Silas Bjorg spen the week end at Minoi with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Skorheim. Rev. and Mrs. O. T. Haugen, and the Clifford Grove family visited at Ellsworth Grove home Sunday b,ening. Mr. and Mrs. Halfdan Troftgrub- en were honored at open house at Mountain Lutheran church Sunday, Nov. 25, the occasion being their 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs. William Dahlgren is a surgi- cal patient at the Grafton Deaconess hospital. She went there Nov. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lundene en- tertained at dinner Thanksgiving day. Guests were Mrs. Clara Swen- Lankin News Mrs. Wilfred Machart and family of McCanna, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kratochvil and Merle, Mr. and Mrs. George Dvorak and Darrell enter- tained at the Joseph Kratechvil home on Thanksgiving day for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kratochvil, Mr. and Mrs. John Hodny, of Grand Forks, Mrs. Kratochvil returned home on Tuesday after being hospitalized in Grand Forks. Evening guests who joined the group at the Kratochvil home were Mr. and Mrs. Max Waith and Mrs. Caroline Kosobud. Mrs. Machart and family visited at the Kratochvil home until Friday when Mr. Machart, who is employed at Esmond, stopped for them. Visitors at the Joseph Kratochvil home this week have been Mrs. Florence Sticha. Mrs. Geneva An- derson. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kratoch- vil and Rudy Ondracek. Sunday dinner guests at the Gee. IT DOES NOT COST TO BELONG TO FARM BUREAU  IT PAYS son, Mr. and Mrs Melvin Swenson Dvorak home were Mr. and Mrs. and family and the Ted Swenson Jospeh Kratochvil and their grand- family, daughter. Louise Machart. and Rudy Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Stenerson Ondracek. and family were supper guests of t Mr, and Mrs. L. Vaudrin Thanks-* Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Mate]cek en- giving day. Mrs, Amelia Olson was a dinner guest at the Otto Dvorak home on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Bee Leah Rae. Nancy and Paul. and Mrs. K. Bee were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Eddie Swensrud home in Detroit Lakes. Minn.. They spent the night there and on the way home called on Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Peter- son in Moorhead. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Bee were over night guests at th Martin Haugen home in Hannaford Thanks- giving day. CHARMIN +k'Jfi0000'Jk ''.' 12 ,o., Healthful GRAPEFRUIT, Delicious .... 8 for 49c Fresh Flavor, Delicious FLORIDA ORANGES, ........ Doz. 33c tertained at Thanksgiving dinner at their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs Harold Mataejcek and ]Virs. Josephine Mate]cek. Robert Trenda, who s employed at Tioga, spent the week enct;at his home here. Mrs. Trenda and the children. Cathy and Dennis. went back with him nd will spend the winter at Tioga. Mr. and Mrs. Martinus Hipoe and son, Douglas of Fargo spent Thanks- giving at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Helt. They were accompanied here by Barbara Helt, n student at at NDAC, who remained for her va- cation at her arental home. Toni Gall Kratochvil returned Nov. 21 from Lakota where she had spent several days with her aunt, Mrs. Mac Hatton. Mr. and Mrs. John Novak Sr., had these uests for dinner Thanksgiv- ing day: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Novak and girls. Mr and Mrs.. George Lin- dell. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Novak and faintly, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ha.en and Marlys and Alien Close of Fordville. Mr. and M:s, Jack Novak and cirts were shoppers at Devils Lake 2 Nov. 23. Guests at the B:ll Lanic home on Sunday. Nov. 25 were Mr. and Mrs. John Koubusk of Fore% Riv:'r. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Soeha ol" Grafion, and Mr. and N'fts R. F. Mat.deck Mr. and Mrs. *l + :n Ondwseek of Grafton we, re sup;;er auests of lVIr. and Mrs. Ilarold Mateieek Not,. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dvorak and family spent Nov. 25 at Grand Forks. Mrs. Chas. Lukes entertained at a feather-stripping party Nov. 15, Those present were Mrs. Emil Krat- ochvil. Mrs. Jake Hodny, Mrs. Al- bert Harazim. Mrs. John Shirek, Mrs. Josephine Matejcek. Mrs. Jim Rose. Mrs. Frank Lukes. Mrs. Frank Shirek, Mrs, Frank Hodny, Mrs. Emma Shereck, Mrs. Anna Vasi- chek. Mrs. Rose Swartz. Mrs. Mary Soukun, Mrs. Mary Tt, enda Mrs. Tony Hodny, Mrs. Caroline Koso- bud. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. " Thanksgiving dinner guests at the R F, Matejcek home Nov, 22 were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schanibc. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Praska and son. Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Praska. Declan. Frances and Sidney, all of Pisek Students at UND. Grand Forks who spent the Thanksgiving vaca- tion at their parental homes here were Lyl,e Bina. Gordon Swartz, Ronnie Pieh. Jackie Hodny, and Elaine Ruzicka, of St. Michael's. A irl was born Nov 24 to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kratochvil, Grand Forks. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Novak for dinner Thanksgivin day were John Cost of Park River: Louis Cost, Martin Potulny, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cost and family, and the Earl Loveness family of Fordville. and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Novak and sons. Victor and Ronnie. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lapic and Mrs. Francis Spike were Thanksgiving day guests at the Walter Socha home near Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kratochvil and girls and James Kratochvil vis- ited at the Daniel Kratochvil home in Grand Forks Sunday. A large number of Lankin people went to Grand Forks to attend the weddin of Gloria Mchovsky and Howard Wriggly on Nov. 23. Nature's Delicious Candy FRESH DATES Unpitied __ 12 oz pkg 19c Quality Meats for Less ,_LCHUCK ROAST, Good Quality .............. Ib 45 SPARE RIBS, Small ........................ Ib 39 GROUND BEEF, Strictly Fresh ............ 3 Ibs 99 Braunschweiger SMOKED LIVER SAUSAGE ................ lb. 39c LORENZ MAHRER, Owner I I Transp=.ren! w'l00 Robe00son Lumber Co. Park River, N.D. Dial 36601 Vernon Chally, Mgr. lilt I NOVEMBER 29, 1956 WANT ADS Wanted: Part time or hour work. do ironing in my home. Mrs. "Caroline Withan. Dia4,36371. *n29 For Rent: 3 room apt. rnished or AvailabltDec, 1. Dial Your Homered You ByJoyce L. Fritzler Home Extension. Agent What to do with the left-over tur- key from holiday dinners is often a problem. Homemakers are always 36561. tf  looking for new and different ways of serving left-over turkey. The tel- Cabinet style link and roll away bed. Good contton. Also lowing recipe appeared in one of the current farm magazines. You may Will have rummage sale at my home be interested in trying it as it is a Sat. Dec. 1 starting 1 p.m. Mrs. James Heggen, 221 Harris ave. *n29 tempting and tasty dish. Sale: dry ear corn. Ludger Kad- Pisek. 6*d WHAT'S DOING Dec. 1: F U Junior leaders meet- ing Park River City hall. 11 a.m. Dec. 4: Harmony Homemaker club Christmas party at O. C. Fursteneau home.. Dec. 6: St. Mary's Altar Society, Christmas party at th, church. Dec. 4: Lutheran LCR annual tea at the church. % cup minced onion, 2 tablespoons finely chopped green pepper; 2 tablespoons of butter; 1 cup toasted bread crumbs; 'A cup milk, scalded, 1 cup cooked turkey, diced, 1 beaten egg, ,, cup melted butter, 1 table- spoon Worchestershire sauce. Cook onion and green pepper in butter until golden, but not brown. Stir in the crumbs, milk, turkey and egg. Mix thoroughly and shape into 40 tiny balls, Roll in flour until cooated and fry lightly in fat just until golden, Place turkey balls in top of double boiler and pour over a mixture of the melted butter and Take A Tip From Us! Don't let a balky car or truck get the jump on you this winter STOP IN TODAY AND TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT OUR WIDE SELECTION OF A-I USED CARS Many makes and models All ready to give you top-notch performance during the rough winter months, and many months thereafter --REMEMBER-- If it's a new Ford car or truck, Mercury car, or Ford tractor you want-- See Us. We also have a complete stock of parts plus first class mechanics. W33SH NOra DAKOTA ADAMS NEWS ITEMS By Mrs. Lena Nordbye Mrs. Belled Hoads FU Local Mrs. M. Bellerud was elected president of the the Vesta Farmers Union local at a meeting held Fri- day evening. Lester Jasmer is vice president and Mrs, Clayton Setness is secretary and treasurer. Louis Chally was named lunch captain and Henry Lundene is the program chairman. The following were also named directors of var- ious departments: Mrs. Ted Swen- son. recreation: Mrs. L. Borchgre- vink: llenry Lundene, legislation; C. Arthur Bylin, co-operatives; John L. Johnson, membership. Mrs. E. Lofthus. Mrs. John John- son and Mrs. Lundene are junior leaders. Delegates to the F. U. con- vention next March in St Paul are Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Slatten. I A' contribution of $17.50 was sent I to CARE and $35 was given to steam 10 to 15 minutes over boiling water. Serve over hot cooked rice. Next week. on Monday and Tues- day, Dec. 3 and 4. Miss Perma Paul- son, Educational Supervisor, Singer Sewing Machine Co.. Minneapolis, will conduct 4-H clothing leader training meetings entitled. "Getting the Most Out of Your Sewing Ma- chine." Miss Paulson will teach "The Ad- justment and Care of the Sewing Machine" and "Machine Adjust- ments for Various Weights. Textures and Thickness of Fabric" and "The Use of the Buttonhole Attachment." Leaders from the 19 Home Eco- nomics 4-H clubs will attend the meetings which will be held in the Home Ec department of the WCAS in Park River from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. "The care you give a dress has much to do with the way it looks and how long it wears." says Julia E. Brekke, NDAC, Extension Service specialist in clothing. The best of seams will give way if you yank or pull hard enough. The dress fabric may also tear. If you should rip a seam or get a hole or tear in the dress, mend it right away before the dama e gets worse. The c]othin specialist lists a few rules for longer wear and better appearance of dresses: l) A stitch in time may save a seam or a loose button (2) Allow space b;'tween e:mb ';rm,+m in lhe closet to pre- serve he fabric and s,,ve it from .etth', hat stringy look. (3 Han your dresses as soon as you take lhem off. (4l Use hanaers as near the shae of your dress shoulders as possible. Wood or padded hangers are usually besI (5) Unless the closet is well ven- tilated, hang your dress where the air can circulate freely around and throuRh it before you put it away. (f Before hrm,ng a garment, fast- m it so t will not sag out of shape. I (7) Remove belts from dresses and, I hang them separately, as the belt left on may weigh down the mater- UNICEF by reserves and juniors of Vesta local, according to, reports given. A memorial gift for the late Hjal- mer Tonning, former manager of the Adams F. U. Oil Company, was given to the State F. U. library at Jamestown. Mrs, Lloy Slatten read the mes- sage to the local. Cynthia Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. $ohn L. Johnson and Henry Lundene reported on the convention,ld in Bismarck. Trudy Bellerud 0tlected the mile of pen- r/ies and Oscar H/ug of Edinburg led a discussion Dn F. U. insurance. The next meeting will be held Dec. 17 and all juniors and reserves will take part in the program. A pot luck lunch will be served at the meeting. Coffee and doughnuts were serv- ed after the meeting Friday with Mrs. Oliver Gustafson acting as hostess. $ A joint meeting of the Esther and Naomi circles of the Lutheran ladies aid was held at the Mountain Luth- eran church Friday. Mrs. Haugen gave the Bible lesson. Lunch was served bv Mrs. Ralph Bee. Mrs, G. Bjorg and Mrs. Keith Bee. ' The Rebecca circle met Friday night at the church with Mrs. Carl Hilde and Mrs. Harvey Lykken serving. Mrs. O, T. Haugen gave the Bible lesson. Mrs. Oscar Hefta jr.. and daugh- _ ter. Debbie, visited at the I. Midt- lyng home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Grove had the following Thanksgiving day din- ner guests: Mr. and Mrs. Leonal Nelson and family of Lakota Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sommerfeld and family of Michigan. Mr. and Mrs SAVE AS YOU SPEND DURING R|D OWL'S VJOLLAR PUEE VEGETA,LE SHOP,,TEN[NG RED OWL'S ZESTFUL @0000pmgn Motors Park River, North Dakota Notice to ial and cause wrinkles. When trav- eling, pack your dresses loosely with tissue paper between fplds and in the sleeves. Unpack" ahd hang them up as soon as you can, In some fab- rics. creases caused by packing will soon disappear, especially if the weather is damp. Farm Bureau Members About Blue Cross- Blue Shield Hospitalization Services In Farm Bureau Group 2500 WE WISH TO INFORM OUR MEMBERS ON THE FARM BUREAU RATE FOR THE $25 DEDUCTIBLE SEMI-PRIVATE Room  365 DAYS  WHICH COSTS OUR MEMBERS $57.40 EACH 6 MONTHS OR $114.80 PER YEAR. THIS IS $35.00 PER YEAR LESS THAN ANY OTHER BLUE CROSS COUNTY GROUP SERVICE, WITH 120 DAYS FOR SAME covERAGE. SO IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BLUE CROSS - BLUE SHIELD SERVICE, YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY CALLING--- H. M. Hanson, General Agent, Grafton DEAN MILLER, Fordville  CHESTER THOMPSON, Park RWer LLOYD MORWOOD, Forest River at the Walsh County Farm Bureau Office Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bjorg en- tertained these guests Thanksgiving day: Mr. and Mrs. Silas Bjorg and sons, Allen and Ronald. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Slatten, Jens Bjorg, Lila .and Melvin Slatten and Jerry Bjorg. .# Mr. and Mrs. Silas Bjorg spen the week end at Minoi with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Skorheim. Rev. and Mrs. O. T. Haugen, and the Clifford Grove family visited at Ellsworth Grove home Sunday b,ening. Mr. and Mrs. Halfdan Troftgrub- en were honored at open house at Mountain Lutheran church Sunday, Nov. 25, the occasion being their 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs. William Dahlgren is a surgi- cal patient at the Grafton Deaconess hospital. She went there Nov. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lundene en- tertained at dinner Thanksgiving day. Guests were Mrs. Clara Swen- Lankin News Mrs. Wilfred Machart and family of McCanna, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kratochvil and Merle, Mr. and Mrs. George Dvorak and Darrell enter- tained at the Joseph Kratechvil home on Thanksgiving day for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kratochvil, Mr. and Mrs. John Hodny, of Grand Forks, Mrs. Kratochvil returned home on Tuesday after being hospitalized in Grand Forks. Evening guests who joined the group at the Kratochvil home were Mr. and Mrs. Max Waith and Mrs. Caroline Kosobud. Mrs. Machart and family visited at the Kratochvil home until Friday when Mr. Machart, who is employed at Esmond, stopped for them. Visitors at the Joseph Kratochvil home this week have been Mrs. Florence Sticha. Mrs. Geneva An- derson. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kratoch- vil and Rudy Ondracek. Sunday dinner guests at the Gee. IT DOES NOT COST TO BELONG TO FARM BUREAU  IT PAYS son, Mr. and Mrs Melvin Swenson Dvorak home were Mr. and Mrs. and family and the Ted Swenson Jospeh Kratochvil and their grand- family, daughter. Louise Machart. and Rudy Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Stenerson Ondracek. and family were supper guests of t Mr, and Mrs. L. Vaudrin Thanks-* Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Mate]cek en- giving day. Mrs, Amelia Olson was a dinner guest at the Otto Dvorak home on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Bee Leah Rae. Nancy and Paul. and Mrs. K. Bee were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Eddie Swensrud home in Detroit Lakes. Minn.. They spent the night there and on the way home called on Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Peter- son in Moorhead. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Bee were over night guests at th Martin Haugen home in Hannaford Thanks- giving day. CHARMIN +k'Jfi0000'Jk ''.' 12 ,o., Healthful GRAPEFRUIT, Delicious .... 8 for 49c Fresh Flavor, Delicious FLORIDA ORANGES, ........ Doz. 33c tertained at Thanksgiving dinner at their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs Harold Mataejcek and ]Virs. Josephine Mate]cek. Robert Trenda, who s employed at Tioga, spent the week enct;at his home here. Mrs. Trenda and the children. Cathy and Dennis. went back with him nd will spend the winter at Tioga. Mr. and Mrs. Martinus Hipoe and son, Douglas of Fargo spent Thanks- giving at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Helt. They were accompanied here by Barbara Helt, n student at at NDAC, who remained for her va- cation at her arental home. Toni Gall Kratochvil returned Nov. 21 from Lakota where she had spent several days with her aunt, Mrs. Mac Hatton. Mr. and Mrs. John Novak Sr., had these uests for dinner Thanksgiv- ing day: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Novak and girls. Mr and Mrs.. George Lin- dell. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Novak and faintly, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ha.en and Marlys and Alien Close of Fordville. Mr. and M:s, Jack Novak and cirts were shoppers at Devils Lake 2 Nov. 23. Guests at the B:ll Lanic home on Sunday. Nov. 25 were Mr. and Mrs. John Koubusk of Fore% Riv:'r. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Soeha ol" Grafion, and Mr. and N'fts R. F. Mat.deck Mr. and Mrs. *l + :n Ondwseek of Grafton we, re sup;;er auests of lVIr. and Mrs. Ilarold Mateieek Not,. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dvorak and family spent Nov. 25 at Grand Forks. Mrs. Chas. Lukes entertained at a feather-stripping party Nov. 15, Those present were Mrs. Emil Krat- ochvil. Mrs. Jake Hodny, Mrs. Al- bert Harazim. Mrs. John Shirek, Mrs. Josephine Matejcek. Mrs. Jim Rose. Mrs. Frank Lukes. Mrs. Frank Shirek, Mrs, Frank Hodny, Mrs. Emma Shereck, Mrs. Anna Vasi- chek. Mrs. Rose Swartz. Mrs. Mary Soukun, Mrs. Mary Tt, enda Mrs. Tony Hodny, Mrs. Caroline Koso- bud. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. " Thanksgiving dinner guests at the R F, Matejcek home Nov, 22 were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schanibc. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Praska and son. Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Praska. Declan. Frances and Sidney, all of Pisek Students at UND. Grand Forks who spent the Thanksgiving vaca- tion at their parental homes here were Lyl,e Bina. Gordon Swartz, Ronnie Pieh. Jackie Hodny, and Elaine Ruzicka, of St. Michael's. A irl was born Nov 24 to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kratochvil, Grand Forks. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Novak for dinner Thanksgivin day were John Cost of Park River: Louis Cost, Martin Potulny, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cost and family, and the Earl Loveness family of Fordville. and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Novak and sons. Victor and Ronnie. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lapic and Mrs. Francis Spike were Thanksgiving day guests at the Walter Socha home near Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kratochvil and girls and James Kratochvil vis- ited at the Daniel Kratochvil home in Grand Forks Sunday. A large number of Lankin people went to Grand Forks to attend the weddin of Gloria Mchovsky and Howard Wriggly on Nov. 23. Nature's Delicious Candy FRESH DATES Unpitied __ 12 oz pkg 19c Quality Meats for Less ,_LCHUCK ROAST, Good Quality .............. Ib 45 SPARE RIBS, Small ........................ Ib 39 GROUND BEEF, Strictly Fresh ............ 3 Ibs 99 Braunschweiger SMOKED LIVER SAUSAGE ................ lb. 39c LORENZ MAHRER, Owner I I Transp=.ren! w'l00 Robe00son Lumber Co. Park River, N.D. Dial 36601 Vernon Chally, Mgr. lilt I