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NOVEMBER 29, 1956 Want Ads CASH IN ADVANCE Wanted: hour work, cleaning or ironing, n29. ---------_ Wanted: Stenographer. Full time or Part time work Roy Neste city tf For Sale: Used McCormick-Deering Size 2 Cream separator, $35. O. P. Olson Hardware, city n29 HOUses for Rent: Mrs. G. Oppeboen, City. tf For'Sa-e: 8. gal. butter churn to fit any Maytag washer. Like new. Cheap. Mrs. Millard Torkelson, Grafton. *n29 For Rent: Sander & Edger. Malde & $harpe Hdwe, city tf --.-..____ We finance farm buildings. Con- SOlidatec Construction Co.. Langdon, N. D. Phone 89. tf House Trailer, '52 model. 33 ft. Completed furnished" carpet- ed living room. Vavrosky Real Es- tate and Ins. Dial 22241, city. tf LAND FOR SALE: 12.000 located in Walsh and Grand counties and in Minnesota. $50 to $210 an acre. Vavros- Ins. Real Estate. Park River, D. Dial 22241. tf sl3 IS--T ME TO BEGIN bringing in 'i BUtternut coffee can key strips to be exchanged for toys for children at the Grafton State Schog]. Bring to The Press office, tf For Sale or Rent: well established grocery business in an up & corn- modern city. Close to Tioga oil Only 2 stores in town. Good school and churches. for selling: other business interest Edw. Erie. Powers Lake. N.D. ' d6 AT] WELLS. drilled and bored SO n. diameprs We sell .rid Myers water systems. Dta) 3R,'p. Porter Well Co.. Park River, N D. tt r Sale: Adding Machine paper, sk Blotters, poster board, at The 1 ess. tf I makes of [ r Sale: ribbons for all YDewriters Inquire at the Press l office . • ff RESPONSIBLE PERSON or woman, from this area. to service and collect from vending machines. No Age not essential. Car, rot- and $600 investment ne- T to 12 hours weekly nets $250 monthly. Possi- full time work. For local in- iew give full particulars, phone. P. O. Box 7047. Minneapolis, Minn. n29" WALSH COUNTY PRESS, For Sale: Year-old laying hens. 50c each. Pullets, $I each. Chas. Schild- berger, Pisek, N. D. n29" For Sale: Small house in A-I condi- tion. Can be easily moved. Wired for electricity. You just have to see this nice little house to appre- ciate it. Inquire at The Press. *29 SHOP FOR CHRISTMAS the auc- tion way. Bid what you want to pay. Hundreds of gift items. Sales Thurs- day evening and Saturday after- noon. Retail DISCOUNT. store open Mon. Tues. Wed afternoons and evenings. D & M Auction Mart, 3 mi. west of Grand Forks on hiway 2. 291 At Dickinson WARNING: BEWARE OF "BAIT" ADVERTISING! Be careful of "blind ads that state: "Private party must sacrifice piano, take over monthly payments, etc." Frequently these ads are run by unethical piano dealers as a dis- guise to secure prospects. You'll be wise to rely on a dependable piano dealer like Valley Piano. We have been your piano consultant for over 33 years, and carry the largest stock of new and used pianos in this area. Before you buy ANY piano, be smart: check with: VALLEY PIANO. RADIO, TV 202 DeNiers Grand Forks, N. D. VISIT THE SILVER MOON CAFE the next time you ae in 'argo or Moorhead STEAK AND SEA FOOD ARE OUR SPECIALTY Win. P. Kenney. Prop. 304 Firs! Ave. Soutb toorhead. Minn Dl S..2295 SPRING WATER For higl 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 Grafton, Phone 534 €* OLIVER DESAUTEL Hoople. Dial 32471 4- BOB OIHUS * Grafton Phone 1190 4. €. KJOS BROS. SPRINGS I Park River Dial 23120 .I- t4* LIVESTOCK SALE This Wednesday and every Wednesday In The New II Park River Livestock Sales Barn STARTING AT 12:30 P.M. 1 WE EXPECT A GOOD RUN OF CATTLE  t Lunches All Day- Dinners At Noon *, Phone 46462 * Lawrence Wilkes, Mgr. uslness - Professional Directory PARK RIWR OINiC NORTH SIDE GROCERY Homer Lucken Prop. Groceries and Cold Meats Store Hours: Week days, 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sun. 2 to 6 P. m. Park River Dial 22291 PARK RIVER ELECTRIC See us for FmTn& Home wiring. Free FaRtnmtes. Low costs. Limmd and Bonded M. M. sevemmn, Prop Dial 22092 Park River WES SAMSON Electrical Co-triCot Ltee.mi & Boe4 WIRING O ALL XnS DONE RIGEI' Gm.rteed Emmm Park River Dial 4II oVERBYE FUNERAL HOME FUNERAL DIRECTORS Ambulance Service Monument Phones: Day 36342 Night, 22961 or 46211 Park Eiver, North Dakota $ $ ,r! $ $ $ t, 1 $ $ Dial 22271 H. It Piltingsrud, M. D., ares K. O'Toole, M. D. .... YSletans and Surgeons 41 Home Dials 46411 OR. j. V. JAEHNING Dentist Office Over Penneys Grafton Phone 795 OR. R. W. BALDWIN Dentist Park River Dial 22831 WALSH COUNTY PRESS For Sale: Model A car; I ton Chev truck. Joe Tupa, Inkster, N. D. 29n* For Sale: adding machine roll paper at The Press. tf For Sale: used table model ironer, $15. Also used floor model GE iron- er. $40. Park River Electric, Park River. n29 Uveflock Meet SeiFor Dec. 5 Weddln ltlo-3', Sob 3h-lnting, PublMng DR. M. C. FLATEN Dentist ]I/nburg Phone I call 2 Dry. Galloway &Otis of Vilon Practice Limited to -- The Science Galloway Vernon Otis N.r. Phone 384 @ e ,I. Farmers and ranchers are invitetl to attend a meeting of inte .to livestock men set for Dec. 5 .at the" Experiment station in Dickinson, N. D., according to Raymond Dou g las, superintendent. A continuous tour of the .livestock farm will be held from 9 to 10:30 a. m. and im- mediately following, the program will continue at the community An afternoon program will feature a panel discussion with Prof. Merle Light of the North Dakota Agricul- tural College, animal husbandry de- partment, as moderator. This will be PARK  NORTH DAKOTA • . COgllUL 00[I)lll00 On molion by Dougherty, second- ed by Cowger and carried the fol- 'lowing bills were allowed and or- dered paid: GENERAL: 89 Collector of Internal Reve- nue. tax ............ $ 5.40 90 ND OASIS. ins ........ 58.31 91 Joe Fail, tele. service -- 10.00 92 G F Fire Equip Co. sup __ 10.00 fund .................. I0.00 6 State Tax Commissioner sales tax " 441.59 93 NW Equip Co suI ...... 9.10 94 Mrs. T. Petterson, Janitor service ............... 14.25 95 Trygve Petterson, janitor service ............... 88.90 96 Lawrence Aichele, sal ._ 222.65 U 97 F U Oil Co gas & rep ___ 219 F local Ie,,'lects 98 Simonson Ser Sta. sup"___. 9.04 99 Silliman Imp. repairs .... 1.04 Frank Dobmeler 10o O, P. Olson Hdwe, sup __ 3:73 1 Malde & Sharp sup. __ 5.13 2 T. F. Meagher & Son repairs ............ 21).55 -3 Marvin Ulberg, gravel __ 35.20 4 Bateman Motors. rep __ 20.83 5 W. S. Sieg Co. off sup __ 2.84 6 Municipal Util gas ...... 43.65 7 Polar Tel Co. ser. & tol __ 46.29 8 Blair Chapman, costs __ 11.00 • 9 Eddie Clemetson. labor __ 21.27 110 Melvin Olson. labor .... 6.90 1 Henry Staven. labor .... 80.35 2 Clifford Frovarp, labor __ 2.30 3 Henry Staven, polic.e sal- Mr. Dobmeier presided at the ary .................. 312.20 meeting which was concluded with 4 Sander Kittleson, police sal- a social hour. Ernest Dencker got ary .................. 189.55 the door prize. Hostesses for the MUNICIPAL UTILITIES lunch served were Mrs. Adolph 135 John Moan meter dep. re- Haug and Mrs. Dobmeier. 7 Col. Int. Revenue. tax __ 310.80 8 N. D. OASIS. Ins ..... 213.60 Pvt. and Mrs. Leonard Edwards 9 Wayne Offner. refund __ 10.00 are the parents of a girl born Nov. 140 Mrs. Chas. Gillis refund __ 10.00 17 at Fort Ord, Calif. The baby, 1 Elsie Catherwood. sal. __ 230.00 who weighed 6½ pounds, has been 1 2 Ralph Leonard, sal .... 255.00 named Sandra Lynn. Pvt. Leonard I 3 Clifford Frovarp, sal .... 240.00 is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ed. I 4 Eddie Clemetson. sal __ 240.00 '  Melvin Olson. sal ...... 240.00 Wards of Park River, and is station- / Geo. Widme. sal Y G. N Railway. frt ....... 82.13 ed at Fort Ord with the army. 1 • 285.00 CITY OF PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA. COUNCIL MEETING, NOVEMBER 5, 1955. AT 8 O'CLOCK P.,M.  • " The resular, monthly meeting of.' the Park Rivet- City Council was held ha the -Couheil Room at 8 o'clock .P. M, : The meeting was alled to order by Mayor Johnson,., the following members being prent: Aldermen Cowger, Meberg, Maier, B.ateman Dougherty and Bures,. The minutes of the last regular meeting held on October lst. were upon motion by C ow'ger, .seconded by .Dougherty and carried, approv- ,ed/ts read. Fi'ank Dobmeier was re-elected to head" the Golden Farmers Union lo- cal as president at the meeting he4d Nov, 5 at th north school near the W. H. Lewis farm. Other officers elected are Adolph Haug, vice president and Mrs. Er nest Dencker, secretary and treas- followed by a question and answer urcr. period. Oscar Haug discussed Farmers building in downtown Dickinson. Union insurance. Plans for the an- Special speakers will be Prof. F. nual Christmas party to be held Dec. S. Willson, head of the animal hus- 3 werediscussed. bandry department at Montana State College. He will disJuss ira- proving the beef herd by selection and bull testing. Prof. M. L. Buchan- an. head of the animal husbandry department at the NDAC. will dis- cuss the latest facts available in his studies on dwarfism in cattle. J. Mil- ton, president of the North Dakota Stockman's Association, will out- line some of the more urgent prob- lems facing stockmen in North Da- kota. Scratch pads, 20c a pound, at The The Press. $ Mrs. North Dakota Housewife .... YOU MAY CONTINUE TO SAVE STAMPS00 This was settled on election day when you went to the polls and defeated a bill designed to ban trading stamps. All across America... every shopping day.. • you and millions of other housewives vote in fav- or of this store or that, this product or that. The test: Service _ quality- Price. On the basis of how you choose and what you buy, businesses live and prosper, or they die. This is the test of consumer acceptance. This is the American Free enterprise system -the Amer- ican competitive system. When you voted November 6, you protected that free competitive system. You protected a merchant's freedom to compete for your patron- age, without government Interference or favor. You thereby assured continuing effort by all merchants to seek your favor by offering you bet- ter service _ better products -- and lower prices. Your BEST Bargains include Trading Stamps i SHOP WHERE YOU SEE THE S & H GREEN STAMP SIGN ! The Sperry a.d Hutch,ns0n Co, !  Redemption stores at BISMjARCK, DEVILS LAKE, DICKINSON, FARG0, PAGZ 8VlgN 8 Ed Easton, refund ...... I0.00 9 Minnkota Power Co-op, power purchase ....... 2088.96 150 Malde & Sharpe, sup __ 55.75 151 Sangemo Elec. Co sup .. 142.92 152 Robe/'tson Lbr Co."up :_ 19.98 153 O P. Olson Hdwe, sup __ 41.87 4 Hardy's Garage, rep __ 4,60 5 Dak. Chemical Co. sup __ 27.75 6 Furstenea Lbr Co___= 89.39 7 F U Oil Co., gas ........ 74.40 8 Thompson S'tolee Co. sup- plies ................. 9.09 9 Westinghouse EIectric __ 153.66 160 Dak. Electric up ..... 354.44 1 Sharlin Bros sup ...... 60.90 2 Theo: Torgerson. labor __ 20.00 3 Polar Tel.. Service ...... 9.05 4 Sophia Pett4rscm. office  work __:_C_I: ....... 82.00 . 5. Melvir Olson, labor .... 51.75 6 Clffford Frovarp, labor 39.10 6 Clifford Frovarp, labor _ 39.10 7 O P. Olson Hdwe. sup. __ 34.69 8 Standard 0il Co.. fuel __ 1142.31 9 City Treas. trans,funs __ 1550.00 170 InfHeo. sup. :_l ......... 6544,00 1 City Txeas. trans funds to Special ................ 3747.97 SPECIAL FUNDS: 19 P. J Ferguson. contract _ 320.00 20 Walsh Co. State Bank Bonds & Int ............ 962.00 21 Bank of N. Dak.-interest on bonds ....... . ..... 1925.00 22 L. W. Burdick, eeJ: __ 226.61 23 Lloyd Richm'dndclg fee _1990.85 24 Adamson Const.'.'C con- tract ....... .'i=.'__ 7703.82 Th monthly reports of the City Auditor, Treas. and:Supt, of Light Plant were read and ordered filed. A motion was made by Cowger that the reort and final estimate of Engineer Lloyd Richmond, dated October I0. 1956, for work done on the Park River bath "house and swimmihg pool, and wherein he re- commends that the proect be cepted by the City and final esti- mate be paid the contractor he ac- cepted. The motioh was seconded by Meberg and upon roll call the following voted "aye'." Bures. Dougherty, Bateman, Major, Meberg and Cowger. "Nay." none. A motion was made by Bateman, seconded by Maier arid carried unanimously that the auditor be authorized to trangfer $3747.97 from the Municipal Utilffies to the Spe- cial Fund Acc0unt .in order to take care of the balance due on the Swimming pool. Supt. Smith and Mr. Thorleifson " of the WCAS met with the Council and discussed the curfew problem • I. stating that thdy. had certain rules . and regulations for pupils which ' conflicted with he City Ordinance now in effect and that it was impos- . Bible to. enforce their rules unless they got full cooperation from the City police. Discussion-Was held on the matter of amending Ordinance i I-I to include anyone under the age of 18. the hours to be the same wth the exception of Friday and Satur- day nightS. Ordinance T-3, an Ordinance to amend I-1 relating to the regula- tion of minors on the streets of Park River was given its first reading. A motion was made by Bateman that . said ordinance be/approved and ac, cepted and passed on its first read- ing. The motion was seconded by Major and upon roll call the follow- ing voted "Aye," Bures. Dougher- ty, Bateman Maier and Cowger. "Nay," Meberg. Chief of Police Aichele was called to the Council meeting and was instructed to en- force the present Ordinance until the passage of the newly amended ordinance and was also informed of the penalty clause. Alderraan Bures moved that Gone Kelner's application, to move his li- quor store business from Lot 14, block 10. origihal townsite to Lot 15. Block 10 original townsite. The motion was seconded by Dnugherty and carried unanimously. 4, €o A motion was made by Meberg, seconded by Dougherty and carried  that the application of Fred Hunk. • , in for abatement and settlement of  taxes on the N,, of lot 23 and all of • zo  tot 24. block 21. original townsite be 4. approved--the assessment being in .I, duplicate. • Io Major Johnson appointed Alder- • Io men Bateman and Douherty and i City Attorney Roy Neste to meet q, with the County Commissioners the following Thursday  in connection with the proposed paving project of the Park River streets. Eneinecr Klinkenberg met with the Council and discussed the plans and the specifications for the instal- lation of the equipment for the Fil- tration plant. WHEREAS, K. B. MacKichan and Associates have been employed to prepare the plans and,specifications for the installation of Water Treat- ment and Purification Equipment for the Municipal Light and Water Plant. and WHEREAS, said plans and spe- cifications have been prepared and presented to the City Council, now THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of Park River. North Dakota, hereby accepts and approves said plans and specifica- tions this 5th day of November. 1958 and authorizes the City Auditor to " advertise for bids to be published for three consecutive weeks--Nov. 8, 15, and 22, said bids fo be opened on Dec. 3 at 8 o'clock P. M. The motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was second, ed by Doug}lerty and upon roll call the following voted "aye:" Bures, . Dougherty, Bateman, Maier, Me- berg and Cowger whereuv, on the mayor declared the resoluti0/Iron, ed. Plans were also made to hit6 n / engineer to survey the secondre: Dlat of Harvey's Addition for a sew- er nd water project. There bein no further business the meeting on motion adjourned. M. O. JOHN'SON. Mayor ELSIE J'. CATHERWTgOD. City Auditor NOVEMBER 29, 1956 Want Ads CASH IN ADVANCE Wanted: hour work, cleaning or ironing, n29. ---------_ Wanted: Stenographer. Full time or Part time work Roy Neste city tf For Sale: Used McCormick-Deering Size 2 Cream separator, $35. O. P. Olson Hardware, city n29 HOUses for Rent: Mrs. G. Oppeboen, City. tf For'Sa-e: 8. gal. butter churn to fit any Maytag washer. Like new. Cheap. Mrs. Millard Torkelson, Grafton. *n29 For Rent: Sander & Edger. Malde & $harpe Hdwe, city tf --.-..____ We finance farm buildings. Con- SOlidatec Construction Co.. Langdon, N. D. Phone 89. tf House Trailer, '52 model. 33 ft. Completed furnished" carpet- ed living room. Vavrosky Real Es- tate and Ins. Dial 22241, city. tf LAND FOR SALE: 12.000 located in Walsh and Grand counties and in Minnesota. $50 to $210 an acre. Vavros- Ins. Real Estate. Park River, D. Dial 22241. tf sl3 IS--T ME TO BEGIN bringing in 'i BUtternut coffee can key strips to be exchanged for toys for children at the Grafton State Schog]. Bring to The Press office, tf For Sale or Rent: well established grocery business in an up & corn- modern city. Close to Tioga oil Only 2 stores in town. Good school and churches. for selling: other business interest Edw. Erie. Powers Lake. N.D. ' d6 AT] WELLS. drilled and bored SO n. diameprs We sell .rid Myers water systems. Dta) 3R,'p. Porter Well Co.. Park River, N D. tt r Sale: Adding Machine paper, sk Blotters, poster board, at The 1 ess. tf I makes of [ r Sale: ribbons for all YDewriters Inquire at the Press l office . • ff RESPONSIBLE PERSON or woman, from this area. to service and collect from vending machines. No Age not essential. Car, rot- and $600 investment ne- T to 12 hours weekly nets $250 monthly. Possi- full time work. For local in- iew give full particulars, phone. P. O. Box 7047. Minneapolis, Minn. n29" WALSH COUNTY PRESS, For Sale: Year-old laying hens. 50c each. Pullets, $I each. Chas. Schild- berger, Pisek, N. D. n29" For Sale: Small house in A-I condi- tion. Can be easily moved. Wired for electricity. You just have to see this nice little house to appre- ciate it. Inquire at The Press. *29 SHOP FOR CHRISTMAS the auc- tion way. Bid what you want to pay. Hundreds of gift items. Sales Thurs- day evening and Saturday after- noon. Retail DISCOUNT. store open Mon. Tues. Wed afternoons and evenings. D & M Auction Mart, 3 mi. west of Grand Forks on hiway 2. 291 At Dickinson WARNING: BEWARE OF "BAIT" ADVERTISING! Be careful of "blind ads that state: "Private party must sacrifice piano, take over monthly payments, etc." Frequently these ads are run by unethical piano dealers as a dis- guise to secure prospects. You'll be wise to rely on a dependable piano dealer like Valley Piano. We have been your piano consultant for over 33 years, and carry the largest stock of new and used pianos in this area. Before you buy ANY piano, be smart: check with: VALLEY PIANO. RADIO, TV 202 DeNiers Grand Forks, N. D. VISIT THE SILVER MOON CAFE the next time you ae in 'argo or Moorhead STEAK AND SEA FOOD ARE OUR SPECIALTY Win. P. Kenney. Prop. 304 Firs! Ave. Soutb toorhead. Minn Dl S..2295 SPRING WATER For higl 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 Grafton, Phone 534 €* OLIVER DESAUTEL Hoople. Dial 32471 4- BOB OIHUS * Grafton Phone 1190 4. €. KJOS BROS. SPRINGS I Park River Dial 23120 .I- t4* LIVESTOCK SALE This Wednesday and every Wednesday In The New II Park River Livestock Sales Barn STARTING AT 12:30 P.M. 1 WE EXPECT A GOOD RUN OF CATTLE  t Lunches All Day- Dinners At Noon *, Phone 46462 * Lawrence Wilkes, Mgr. uslness - Professional Directory PARK RIWR OINiC NORTH SIDE GROCERY Homer Lucken Prop. Groceries and Cold Meats Store Hours: Week days, 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sun. 2 to 6 P. m. Park River Dial 22291 PARK RIVER ELECTRIC See us for FmTn& Home wiring. Free FaRtnmtes. Low costs. Limmd and Bonded M. M. sevemmn, Prop Dial 22092 Park River WES SAMSON Electrical Co-triCot Ltee.mi & Boe4 WIRING O ALL XnS DONE RIGEI' Gm.rteed Emmm Park River Dial 4II oVERBYE FUNERAL HOME FUNERAL DIRECTORS Ambulance Service Monument Phones: Day 36342 Night, 22961 or 46211 Park Eiver, North Dakota $ $ ,r! $ $ $ t, 1 $ $ Dial 22271 H. It Piltingsrud, M. D., ares K. O'Toole, M. D. .... YSletans and Surgeons 41 Home Dials 46411 OR. j. V. JAEHNING Dentist Office Over Penneys Grafton Phone 795 OR. R. W. BALDWIN Dentist Park River Dial 22831 WALSH COUNTY PRESS For Sale: Model A car; I ton Chev truck. Joe Tupa, Inkster, N. D. 29n* For Sale: adding machine roll paper at The Press. tf For Sale: used table model ironer, $15. Also used floor model GE iron- er. $40. Park River Electric, Park River. n29 Uveflock Meet SeiFor Dec. 5 Weddln ltlo-3', Sob 3h-lnting, PublMng DR. M. C. FLATEN Dentist ]I/nburg Phone I call 2 Dry. Galloway &Otis of Vilon Practice Limited to -- The Science Galloway Vernon Otis N.r. Phone 384 @ e ,I. Farmers and ranchers are invitetl to attend a meeting of inte .to livestock men set for Dec. 5 .at the" Experiment station in Dickinson, N. D., according to Raymond Dou g las, superintendent. A continuous tour of the .livestock farm will be held from 9 to 10:30 a. m. and im- mediately following, the program will continue at the community An afternoon program will feature a panel discussion with Prof. Merle Light of the North Dakota Agricul- tural College, animal husbandry de- partment, as moderator. This will be PARK  NORTH DAKOTA • . COgllUL 00[I)lll00 On molion by Dougherty, second- ed by Cowger and carried the fol- 'lowing bills were allowed and or- dered paid: GENERAL: 89 Collector of Internal Reve- nue. tax ............ $ 5.40 90 ND OASIS. ins ........ 58.31 91 Joe Fail, tele. service -- 10.00 92 G F Fire Equip Co. sup __ 10.00 fund .................. I0.00 6 State Tax Commissioner sales tax " 441.59 93 NW Equip Co suI ...... 9.10 94 Mrs. T. Petterson, Janitor service ............... 14.25 95 Trygve Petterson, janitor service ............... 88.90 96 Lawrence Aichele, sal ._ 222.65 U 97 F U Oil Co gas & rep ___ 219 F local Ie,,'lects 98 Simonson Ser Sta. sup"___. 9.04 99 Silliman Imp. repairs .... 1.04 Frank Dobmeler 10o O, P. Olson Hdwe, sup __ 3:73 1 Malde & Sharp sup. __ 5.13 2 T. F. Meagher & Son repairs ............ 21).55 -3 Marvin Ulberg, gravel __ 35.20 4 Bateman Motors. rep __ 20.83 5 W. S. Sieg Co. off sup __ 2.84 6 Municipal Util gas ...... 43.65 7 Polar Tel Co. ser. & tol __ 46.29 8 Blair Chapman, costs __ 11.00 • 9 Eddie Clemetson. labor __ 21.27 110 Melvin Olson. labor .... 6.90 1 Henry Staven. labor .... 80.35 2 Clifford Frovarp, labor __ 2.30 3 Henry Staven, polic.e sal- Mr. Dobmeier presided at the ary .................. 312.20 meeting which was concluded with 4 Sander Kittleson, police sal- a social hour. Ernest Dencker got ary .................. 189.55 the door prize. Hostesses for the MUNICIPAL UTILITIES lunch served were Mrs. Adolph 135 John Moan meter dep. re- Haug and Mrs. Dobmeier. 7 Col. Int. Revenue. tax __ 310.80 8 N. D. OASIS. Ins ..... 213.60 Pvt. and Mrs. Leonard Edwards 9 Wayne Offner. refund __ 10.00 are the parents of a girl born Nov. 140 Mrs. Chas. Gillis refund __ 10.00 17 at Fort Ord, Calif. The baby, 1 Elsie Catherwood. sal. __ 230.00 who weighed 6½ pounds, has been 1 2 Ralph Leonard, sal .... 255.00 named Sandra Lynn. Pvt. Leonard I 3 Clifford Frovarp, sal .... 240.00 is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ed. I 4 Eddie Clemetson. sal __ 240.00 '  Melvin Olson. sal ...... 240.00 Wards of Park River, and is station- / Geo. Widme. sal Y G. N Railway. frt ....... 82.13 ed at Fort Ord with the army. 1 • 285.00 CITY OF PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA. COUNCIL MEETING, NOVEMBER 5, 1955. AT 8 O'CLOCK P.,M.  • " The resular, monthly meeting of.' the Park Rivet- City Council was held ha the -Couheil Room at 8 o'clock .P. M, : The meeting was alled to order by Mayor Johnson,., the following members being prent: Aldermen Cowger, Meberg, Maier, B.ateman Dougherty and Bures,. The minutes of the last regular meeting held on October lst. were upon motion by C ow'ger, .seconded by .Dougherty and carried, approv- ,ed/ts read. Fi'ank Dobmeier was re-elected to head" the Golden Farmers Union lo- cal as president at the meeting he4d Nov, 5 at th north school near the W. H. Lewis farm. Other officers elected are Adolph Haug, vice president and Mrs. Er nest Dencker, secretary and treas- followed by a question and answer urcr. period. Oscar Haug discussed Farmers building in downtown Dickinson. Union insurance. Plans for the an- Special speakers will be Prof. F. nual Christmas party to be held Dec. S. Willson, head of the animal hus- 3 werediscussed. bandry department at Montana State College. He will disJuss ira- proving the beef herd by selection and bull testing. Prof. M. L. Buchan- an. head of the animal husbandry department at the NDAC. will dis- cuss the latest facts available in his studies on dwarfism in cattle. J. Mil- ton, president of the North Dakota Stockman's Association, will out- line some of the more urgent prob- lems facing stockmen in North Da- kota. Scratch pads, 20c a pound, at The The Press. $ Mrs. North Dakota Housewife .... YOU MAY CONTINUE TO SAVE STAMPS00 This was settled on election day when you went to the polls and defeated a bill designed to ban trading stamps. All across America... every shopping day.. • you and millions of other housewives vote in fav- or of this store or that, this product or that. The test: Service _ quality- Price. On the basis of how you choose and what you buy, businesses live and prosper, or they die. This is the test of consumer acceptance. This is the American Free enterprise system -the Amer- ican competitive system. When you voted November 6, you protected that free competitive system. You protected a merchant's freedom to compete for your patron- age, without government Interference or favor. You thereby assured continuing effort by all merchants to seek your favor by offering you bet- ter service _ better products -- and lower prices. Your BEST Bargains include Trading Stamps i SHOP WHERE YOU SEE THE S & H GREEN STAMP SIGN ! The Sperry a.d Hutch,ns0n Co, !  Redemption stores at BISMjARCK, DEVILS LAKE, DICKINSON, FARG0, PAGZ 8VlgN 8 Ed Easton, refund ...... I0.00 9 Minnkota Power Co-op, power purchase ....... 2088.96 150 Malde & Sharpe, sup __ 55.75 151 Sangemo Elec. Co sup .. 142.92 152 Robe/'tson Lbr Co."up :_ 19.98 153 O P. Olson Hdwe, sup __ 41.87 4 Hardy's Garage, rep __ 4,60 5 Dak. Chemical Co. sup __ 27.75 6 Furstenea Lbr Co___= 89.39 7 F U Oil Co., gas ........ 74.40 8 Thompson S'tolee Co. sup- plies ................. 9.09 9 Westinghouse EIectric __ 153.66 160 Dak. Electric up ..... 354.44 1 Sharlin Bros sup ...... 60.90 2 Theo: Torgerson. labor __ 20.00 3 Polar Tel.. Service ...... 9.05 4 Sophia Pett4rscm. office  work __:_C_I: ....... 82.00 . 5. Melvir Olson, labor .... 51.75 6 Clffford Frovarp, labor 39.10 6 Clifford Frovarp, labor _ 39.10 7 O P. Olson Hdwe. sup. __ 34.69 8 Standard 0il Co.. fuel __ 1142.31 9 City Treas. trans,funs __ 1550.00 170 InfHeo. sup. :_l ......... 6544,00 1 City Txeas. trans funds to Special ................ 3747.97 SPECIAL FUNDS: 19 P. J Ferguson. contract _ 320.00 20 Walsh Co. State Bank Bonds & Int ............ 962.00 21 Bank of N. Dak.-interest on bonds ....... . ..... 1925.00 22 L. W. Burdick, eeJ: __ 226.61 23 Lloyd Richm'dndclg fee _1990.85 24 Adamson Const.'.'C con- tract ....... .'i=.'__ 7703.82 Th monthly reports of the City Auditor, Treas. and:Supt, of Light Plant were read and ordered filed. A motion was made by Cowger that the reort and final estimate of Engineer Lloyd Richmond, dated October I0. 1956, for work done on the Park River bath "house and swimmihg pool, and wherein he re- commends that the proect be cepted by the City and final esti- mate be paid the contractor he ac- cepted. The motioh was seconded by Meberg and upon roll call the following voted "aye'." Bures. Dougherty, Bateman, Major, Meberg and Cowger. "Nay." none. A motion was made by Bateman, seconded by Maier arid carried unanimously that the auditor be authorized to trangfer $3747.97 from the Municipal Utilffies to the Spe- cial Fund Acc0unt .in order to take care of the balance due on the Swimming pool. Supt. Smith and Mr. Thorleifson " of the WCAS met with the Council and discussed the curfew problem • I. stating that thdy. had certain rules . and regulations for pupils which ' conflicted with he City Ordinance now in effect and that it was impos- . Bible to. enforce their rules unless they got full cooperation from the City police. Discussion-Was held on the matter of amending Ordinance i I-I to include anyone under the age of 18. the hours to be the same wth the exception of Friday and Satur- day nightS. Ordinance T-3, an Ordinance to amend I-1 relating to the regula- tion of minors on the streets of Park River was given its first reading. A motion was made by Bateman that . said ordinance be/approved and ac, cepted and passed on its first read- ing. The motion was seconded by Major and upon roll call the follow- ing voted "Aye," Bures. Dougher- ty, Bateman Maier and Cowger. "Nay," Meberg. Chief of Police Aichele was called to the Council meeting and was instructed to en- force the present Ordinance until the passage of the newly amended ordinance and was also informed of the penalty clause. Alderraan Bures moved that Gone Kelner's application, to move his li- quor store business from Lot 14, block 10. origihal townsite to Lot 15. Block 10 original townsite. The motion was seconded by Dnugherty and carried unanimously. 4, €o A motion was made by Meberg, seconded by Dougherty and carried  that the application of Fred Hunk. • , in for abatement and settlement of  taxes on the N,, of lot 23 and all of • zo  tot 24. block 21. original townsite be 4. approved--the assessment being in .I, duplicate. • Io Major Johnson appointed Alder- • Io men Bateman and Douherty and i City Attorney Roy Neste to meet q, with the County Commissioners the following Thursday  in connection with the proposed paving project of the Park River streets. Eneinecr Klinkenberg met with the Council and discussed the plans and the specifications for the instal- lation of the equipment for the Fil- tration plant. WHEREAS, K. B. MacKichan and Associates have been employed to prepare the plans and,specifications for the installation of Water Treat- ment and Purification Equipment for the Municipal Light and Water Plant. and WHEREAS, said plans and spe- cifications have been prepared and presented to the City Council, now THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of Park River. North Dakota, hereby accepts and approves said plans and specifica- tions this 5th day of November. 1958 and authorizes the City Auditor to " advertise for bids to be published for three consecutive weeks--Nov. 8, 15, and 22, said bids fo be opened on Dec. 3 at 8 o'clock P. M. The motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was second, ed by Doug}lerty and upon roll call the following voted "aye:" Bures, . Dougherty, Bateman, Maier, Me- berg and Cowger whereuv, on the mayor declared the resoluti0/Iron, ed. Plans were also made to hit6 n / engineer to survey the secondre: Dlat of Harvey's Addition for a sew- er nd water project. There bein no further business the meeting on motion adjourned. M. O. JOHN'SON. Mayor ELSIE J'. CATHERWTgOD. City Auditor