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 .... ...... WAISH C{.) PRESS____, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, i ' * I school. Cost of same: $150,000.00. times come, and retail sales decrease [ CARD OF THANKS I er | I A modern structure, with rooms for appreciably, both funds could be ) I wish to express my sincere ap- I I- -,- ,=pu  00HORT MRS" | [26 girls, you'd think they would be used up m a hurry.as zs, without / preciation and thanks to Dr. Revere, I • | [ pretty well taken care of in it--at any new oemanos Demg mane upon| r .,, ..... n vt ....... .., 11 1 i , I [' Z '' h w Y , [:a cost of ab0ut $5,000.00 apiece. Well, .it • ]my special urses and the staff atn--' ........ '*'*" • JTOPS.. by O'B t ]believe it or not, the building is not .... , ........... [the Grand Forks Deaconess hospital I ! in use at all . . . for several reasons. ome nlgn wneK te v u uu/ ell I ]The main one, it seems is tha the snowy for comfort and the weather! for the exc ent care while I was : •  [geehawker'who drew up:the plans isin the same condition, you can[a patient there. Many thanks to Ei Although it is far from t e ar :! areas of Europe and Egypt, there . -: ! didn't include quartes for a matron, nass the time by trying to figure out i Rev. Skinlov Mr. and Mrs. John b,en made to the original bill. While [ Instead of adding the new part as a how the legislature is going to solve I Hodny and also my children for the wording, at first glance, seem- wiffg onto the dorm already on the the problem of financing all the everything that was done for me. are few things in such a precarious ed to be innocent, enough, it soon premises it is located.some 100 feet state expenses, that are on the list. i Thank ............. too ta rl=ti-e nct position in the 'country as the North became obvmus that the ne, idea l away. Moreover. cons.iderable space So far the budget calls for about L friends for the beautiful cards gifts Dakota Retail Sales tax fund is just containeo pmmy o] "ovnamite" o was usea unnecessarlty ov putting $4 000000 and the tax money ex-  f .......... ', , * " ' ' " [ iuwrs q.n(a ViSlbS lncere nanKs to now; At least so it seems to this much ,so that the senators• were kept two wide entrances on the front,_, pectcd for the biennium ,amounts to i' eaca- orZ you • lway" "uoo ..... tless you al observer. Plans Of attack and in- on the job a week over time--and Whether the expense offthis "wrote • rouhlv) around $30000000 Some-I ,, ," ....... " nerable schemes are being form-  ..... zwrs Joseph lratocnvIl without pay I might add The telephant" should be charged off as whro here will have to be enouoh [ " " ' u.ed in vazious seet0r as to how events of that week are history I"educatkm," "welfare" or justlain I mone'left to' buy a bottle of red[ Lankin, N. D. to divert the money which hs ac- now, of course, but a brief run down Sherman's f01Iy, nobody has yet de, ink Unless a big hearted citizen  ! cumulated in the fund to other put'- here may not be amiss The House i cided. The cost ef it did not come. t would like "to donate it • R [ THANK YOU Rev. A. G. Dornfeld, an erda • ° .......... flora the sales tax fund however It " • sincerely thank all who came to Lutheran astor from St Louis poses than that for which the fund Ol epresentauves passea the roll, " . . , •    ! ...... - , was created. Attempts have been complete with amendments and then : was paid for from the general fund |1 ,..o ] vslt met and brought me gifts while I will speak at the Zion Lt h ' a uilt t ride the direction of H=.0,€I rte I xas a pahent at St Ansgar s hos chu, ch ural Hooolc on Dec 1 made, without success, in the past to in a most unprecedented maneuver, and , s b " r " •  .... " • . ' • -  • r , . . , u a portion 9 f the fund for road - .-' ........ " ..... . - eioht-,ish R H Sherman chairm'm ............. ' pital. Thanks too to the doctors and pin and Dee 2 at 9 a m [.)Qtt:.ULI LIL) dlltl \\;vellb IIUI[I . . . lu, c ¢ • • ' ' ' James Lawson Jell lasx we(ant:s- " ........ estruction or to erect buildings stock and barrel. They never came of the Board of Administration. d,y for Glasgow, Mont., to viist his hospital staff. All your kindness He will also speak at the ,,,as very much appreciated. May River Mission in Park River fo various state iilstitutions.. But, back and so it was up to the senate In contrast to this, a new dormi- , brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and God bless you all. evening from Dec 2 through so far it's been, no go. But, I predict to wrestle with the tricky problem, tory" was built at the E1]endale In- Mrs. James Aitken. there'l! come a'.day and probably Aftermuch argument pro and con, dustrial school and a new nurses'  Peter Snaza. * at 8 p. m. He will speak at not so very ar away, when it will the senate was forccd to pass the home, which was erected at the Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Park River, N.D. mission Dec. 2 nd Dec. 9 at 11 :be tapped, amended bill, but, inasmuch as no Jamestown State hospital, is report- Nell Rinds were his brother and I Spci;d note: After the Zion e moneys had been appropriated from 6d to be one of the finest tuildings sister-in-law, Mr: and Mrs. Nic Rin- A SINCE1RE ,THANK YOU cran church notice on page .: The people' themselves stymied an the fund other than the original Of its kind in this prt Of tbe.:,eo,ri:i de Of H0ople. 1 I would like to say thank you to of this issue of The Press had :*attempt two . ydars" ago" to" divert'  try. Both are bein utiiz¢[:to the[ Mr and Mrs TI 'A:. Palsy. the printed, it learned that wetf,re and school aids, the fund is i all he members of the hospital staff was some of the .,ftrnds for highways still intact. . fullest. But whether they are to be i Quentin Dale), family of Mandt. the / for their excellent care during my change has been made in the when at the 1954 June primary elec- •   classified [s educational'or welfare ! Francis Daleys of Nash were dinner recnt illness• Also a big thank you ule of Rev. Dorenfeld's tion they voted down a measure de- It is true, Of eourse, that under expenditures, I do not know. I guests of Mr. and Mr.. Merle Palsy to all my relatives and friends for He will speak at Zion instead isIgned for that purpose. Again. in the amendedbill passed at the 1955 • F in Adams Thanksgiving day. calling on me, to those who sent South Trinity church the 1955 legislative session, plans ito use the money for building con- session and signed by the governor, Under the Retail Sales Tax law i Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Maui-itson, I flowers, cards, and gifts. Also to Rev. Dec. 1, at 8 p. m. He will not be it still designates that the money amended in 1955, they could be one Mr and Mrs. D. U. Meberg went to I L. Svetinsky for his kindness and South Trinity for the Sunday struction were thwarted by the sen- is to go for welfare arid education, or the other or both• Time and Shelly, Minn., Sunday to attend the [his visits• Everyone was so good to ing service as was announced• te coalition. The set back waS 0nly but now the leg!slature has the pew- events change constantly, and since 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. ] me and I appreciated it all so much• will be in Park River, however, emporary, I feel sure. The legisla- I er to decide what is to be included two members of the legislature who Mauritson's brotlqer and sister-in- ] Mrs. Mary Bruce the Mission at 11 o'clock. has the . power to decide this I under "welfare" and under "educe- were "hot" for this ch,nge in the law. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Mauritson• ! Park River, N.D.  The public is invited. mafter and since both hemses of th, tion." The money will still continue interpretation of the law are now Mr. and Mrs. Fridjon Thorleifson I State assembly for 1957 are pred0m- to be divided seven-twelfths for in a better position than ever to and daughter, Kathy, were guests at 'inantly of one faction, there is every education and five-twelfths for wel- carry out any plan along this line, the Fred Halldorson home at Moun- reason tobe|ievethat the fundwill fare. Hitherto, elementary educa-don't be surprised at what they de-rain Thanksgiving day. On Sunday first Coie no longer be considered "sacred" as tion had received the bulk of the tide to do about this alleged surplus they were dinner guests of Mr. and • • • proponents of. the "rsiding" bill sales tax money allocated from the fund. The men? Oh yes They are Mrs. Walter Halldorsson, also at two years ago terred it. Just where state equalization fund. Aid to the Gov.-elect John E. Davis and his the moneywillgoisnotcertainat aged andtheneedywaswhat.the,rightandleft hand, or moptOb-lieu. Mountain. is em- iFirft 00erved _1 this time but it probably will be a Welfare set-up used their share for. ably. his all around man, Clyde Miss Delores Lepire, who case of who ever gets there firstest o Puffy. In addition to being ployed in Fargo, and Miss Judy[ will likely get the mostest. And one Education is a diversified thing, tenant governor-elect, the latter is Flaten a student at N'DAC, Fargo, ! college official' told me he was sure So is welfare. The schools of higher an astute lawyer, were week end guests at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. it was going to be a neck and neck learning are cryin for increased • Amos Flaten. race. appropriations-- UND alone must According to the State Tax Corn- Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Bell of Au- • have a minimum of two million dol-, missioner, the Equalization fund had Due to the orders, which have come from far and burn and Melvin Bell of Crystal Enacted as an emergency measure lars, they say. It is certain NDAC a balance of $10,989,660 in it June 30. during the depression of the 1930's and the various State Teachers Col- 1956. Add to that $7,245,87 received were Thanksgiving day dinner near, that must be thrned out before Christmas, and the law calls for atwo oercent tax leges will be looking longingly at from seven-twelfths .of the retail guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Bell. ' On Sunday Mr. and Mrs• Adolph So- due to the shortage of skilled help, I cannot accept any- gross retail sales. The money any fund that will give an assist sales tax collections for the year earmarked for welfare and edu- with their ever-rising budgets. Some ending June 30, 1956, and you have bolik were dinner guests at Bell's. thing after 6 P. M. Monday, Dec. 3, for holiday delivery. atlonat purposes. It has been re- of their needs, they claim, are new $18,234,866.56. An estimated $7,645,- Dinner guests on Thanksgiving enacted by the legislature every buildings to accommodate increased 755 appropriated for the elementary day of Mr. and Mrs. Garfield J. Thank you very much for your patience and also wo years and would be ree.led enrollments--higher wages for fac-schools leaves a balance of about Mauritson were Mr. and Mrs. Percy for your patronage. if the solons failed to pass it. It is ulty members, new 'and modern $10,589.111. In the welfare fund Oct. Walstad, the D. U. Meberg family, unlikely that they ever will take equipment, repairs on existing build, 31, 1956, there was $11,634,690. Esti- and David Lawson. On Saturday a such n step. however. The money ings, dormitories, etc., etc., ad infin- mated receipts for this fund are guest of he Mauritsons was Mel- raised by the fund is needed so bad- itum. Whether it is justifiable to use $5,000,000 per year. Budget requests vin Lawson of Albert Lea. Minn. lV that to have it taken away would the sales tax money for these things vre over $12,000 a year and over a Thanksgiving day dinner guests S be a erious handicap to the wel- under the uise of "education" is a five year period it is expected that of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Skjerven in- fare of the state and to the schoo!s, moot question. Likewise, the im- the funds will be used up so that eluded the Blair Chapman family, • If the retail sales tax were done provements and buildings" ' for the I the .re could be a deficit of some Mr. and Mrs. Win. Skjerven and awy with. some other form of reve- tat honital at Jamestown and the 725 e amo,,,€ . { $ ,000 by June 1967. Th _, son, Dick; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Her- PARK RIVER, N. DAK. hue raising tax would have to be Orafton State School, which mav or|raised, by the sales, tax annukll is zog and son, Douglas, of Concrete,  , #  : ::  lev,ed. Because of its imoortanee, mv not be considered welfare p:'o:l dependent ripen the economi Yon- and Ole Thorenstition, of Moun- it is always amon the last laws to " . ... . ,  " " of the state. Should hard i tain. . ot Mbe t ]s all in ones poin dfon be acted upon by both houses of the of view. i legislative assembly. • i House Bill 811 Las the sales tax The .t.te budeet bard and others are puzzlin over a situation a¢ th * _ .,... . ]aw]st session, and as a wedge to Mandsn Training School After  ff the, diversion of the money t0oth - pint s ieture of dire need. a   ." er purposes some amendments had girls' dormitory was erecd at the , I CHOOSE FROM THE LARGE ARRAY OF BEAUTIFUL & USEFUL GIFT ARTICLES AT JOHNSON'SYOUR CHRISTMAS STORE TONITE - FRI - SAT. GIFTS FOR A MAN GIFTS FOR A LADY Sun. Men. Tues. Dec. 2-3-4 CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY FROM 2:45 PAJAMAS BELTS SLEEPWEAR SLIPS DRESS SHIRTS BILLFOLDS SHRUGS ttAND]3AGS GLOVES for DRESS MEN'S JEWELRY SLIPPERS DUSTERS HOSIERY SUSPENDERS JACKETS SKIRTS NECKTIES SCARFS HANKIES GLOVES SPORT SHIRTS TIE RACKS HOSE DRESSES WRISLEY SETS ROBES SWEATERS BLOUSES HANDKERCHIEFS LOAFER SOCKS HEADWEAR CUSTOM JEWELRY PARKAS SWEATERS APRONS SCARFS ELECTRIC SHAVERS LUGGAGE STOLES STATIONERY GIFTS FOR A YOUNG BOY 600FTS FOR A YOUNG GIRL MONROE HOODED JACKETS SPORT SHIRTS PAJAMAS ALL WOOL SWEATERS WILD WEST BELTS WILD WEST BILLFOLDS LEATHER MITTENS SOCKS DRESSES PURSES SWEATERS FANCY PANTIES CAN-CAN SLIPS KNEE HI SOCKS BLOUSES HEADSCARFS CIN=00¢oPI00 E=' dayis --" very Weflnes : Take-00-Chanee DON'T MISS AO MOVIE ADMISSION I Adults and Students30c mlJc FOR THE HOME LAMPS MIRRORS LAMP SHADES NIK-NAKS BLANKETS RUGS DACRON QUILT HAMPERS WALL PLAQUES BEDSPREADS F:nd rein-tuber, t your JOHNSON STORES you'll find the choice of markets new and outstanding .... Save Time- Save Money Shop For Chr|stmas at..... FOR BABY BLANKETS SLEEPERS CRIB TOYS LOUNGER SETS HI CHAIR PAD SWEATER SETS DRESSES CREEPERS BABY BOOKS CRIB BUMPERS Toys Toys:  .... ...... WAISH C{.) PRESS____, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, i ' * I school. Cost of same: $150,000.00. times come, and retail sales decrease [ CARD OF THANKS I er | I A modern structure, with rooms for appreciably, both funds could be ) I wish to express my sincere ap- I I- -,- ,=pu  00HORT MRS" | [26 girls, you'd think they would be used up m a hurry.as zs, without / preciation and thanks to Dr. Revere, I • | [ pretty well taken care of in it--at any new oemanos Demg mane upon| r .,, ..... n vt ....... .., 11 1 i , I [' Z '' h w Y , [:a cost of ab0ut $5,000.00 apiece. Well, .it • ]my special urses and the staff atn--' ........ '*'*" • JTOPS.. by O'B t ]believe it or not, the building is not .... , ........... [the Grand Forks Deaconess hospital I ! in use at all . . . for several reasons. ome nlgn wneK te v u uu/ ell I ]The main one, it seems is tha the snowy for comfort and the weather! for the exc ent care while I was : •  [geehawker'who drew up:the plans isin the same condition, you can[a patient there. Many thanks to Ei Although it is far from t e ar :! areas of Europe and Egypt, there . -: ! didn't include quartes for a matron, nass the time by trying to figure out i Rev. Skinlov Mr. and Mrs. John b,en made to the original bill. While [ Instead of adding the new part as a how the legislature is going to solve I Hodny and also my children for the wording, at first glance, seem- wiffg onto the dorm already on the the problem of financing all the everything that was done for me. are few things in such a precarious ed to be innocent, enough, it soon premises it is located.some 100 feet state expenses, that are on the list. i Thank ............. too ta rl=ti-e nct position in the 'country as the North became obvmus that the ne, idea l away. Moreover. cons.iderable space So far the budget calls for about L friends for the beautiful cards gifts Dakota Retail Sales tax fund is just containeo pmmy o] "ovnamite" o was usea unnecessarlty ov putting $4 000000 and the tax money ex-  f .......... ', , * " ' ' " [ iuwrs q.n(a ViSlbS lncere nanKs to now; At least so it seems to this much ,so that the senators• were kept two wide entrances on the front,_, pectcd for the biennium ,amounts to i' eaca- orZ you • lway" "uoo ..... tless you al observer. Plans Of attack and in- on the job a week over time--and Whether the expense offthis "wrote • rouhlv) around $30000000 Some-I ,, ," ....... " nerable schemes are being form-  ..... zwrs Joseph lratocnvIl without pay I might add The telephant" should be charged off as whro here will have to be enouoh [ " " ' u.ed in vazious seet0r as to how events of that week are history I"educatkm," "welfare" or justlain I mone'left to' buy a bottle of red[ Lankin, N. D. to divert the money which hs ac- now, of course, but a brief run down Sherman's f01Iy, nobody has yet de, ink Unless a big hearted citizen  ! cumulated in the fund to other put'- here may not be amiss The House i cided. The cost ef it did not come. t would like "to donate it • R [ THANK YOU Rev. A. G. Dornfeld, an erda • ° .......... flora the sales tax fund however It " • sincerely thank all who came to Lutheran astor from St Louis poses than that for which the fund Ol epresentauves passea the roll, " . . , •    ! ...... - , was created. Attempts have been complete with amendments and then : was paid for from the general fund |1 ,..o ] vslt met and brought me gifts while I will speak at the Zion Lt h ' a uilt t ride the direction of H=.0,€I rte I xas a pahent at St Ansgar s hos chu, ch ural Hooolc on Dec 1 made, without success, in the past to in a most unprecedented maneuver, and , s b " r " •  .... " • . ' • -  • r , . . , u a portion 9 f the fund for road - .-' ........ " ..... . - eioht-,ish R H Sherman chairm'm ............. ' pital. Thanks too to the doctors and pin and Dee 2 at 9 a m [.)Qtt:.ULI LIL) dlltl \\;vellb IIUI[I . . . lu, c ¢ • • ' ' ' James Lawson Jell lasx we(ant:s- " ........ estruction or to erect buildings stock and barrel. They never came of the Board of Administration. d,y for Glasgow, Mont., to viist his hospital staff. All your kindness He will also speak at the ,,,as very much appreciated. May River Mission in Park River fo various state iilstitutions.. But, back and so it was up to the senate In contrast to this, a new dormi- , brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and God bless you all. evening from Dec 2 through so far it's been, no go. But, I predict to wrestle with the tricky problem, tory" was built at the E1]endale In- Mrs. James Aitken. there'l! come a'.day and probably Aftermuch argument pro and con, dustrial school and a new nurses'  Peter Snaza. * at 8 p. m. He will speak at not so very ar away, when it will the senate was forccd to pass the home, which was erected at the Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Park River, N.D. mission Dec. 2 nd Dec. 9 at 11 :be tapped, amended bill, but, inasmuch as no Jamestown State hospital, is report- Nell Rinds were his brother and I Spci;d note: After the Zion e moneys had been appropriated from 6d to be one of the finest tuildings sister-in-law, Mr: and Mrs. Nic Rin- A SINCE1RE ,THANK YOU cran church notice on page .: The people' themselves stymied an the fund other than the original Of its kind in this prt Of tbe.:,eo,ri:i de Of H0ople. 1 I would like to say thank you to of this issue of The Press had :*attempt two . ydars" ago" to" divert'  try. Both are bein utiiz¢[:to the[ Mr and Mrs TI 'A:. Palsy. the printed, it learned that wetf,re and school aids, the fund is i all he members of the hospital staff was some of the .,ftrnds for highways still intact. . fullest. But whether they are to be i Quentin Dale), family of Mandt. the / for their excellent care during my change has been made in the when at the 1954 June primary elec- •   classified [s educational'or welfare ! Francis Daleys of Nash were dinner recnt illness• Also a big thank you ule of Rev. Dorenfeld's tion they voted down a measure de- It is true, Of eourse, that under expenditures, I do not know. I guests of Mr. and Mr.. Merle Palsy to all my relatives and friends for He will speak at Zion instead isIgned for that purpose. Again. in the amendedbill passed at the 1955 • F in Adams Thanksgiving day. calling on me, to those who sent South Trinity church the 1955 legislative session, plans ito use the money for building con- session and signed by the governor, Under the Retail Sales Tax law i Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Maui-itson, I flowers, cards, and gifts. Also to Rev. Dec. 1, at 8 p. m. He will not be it still designates that the money amended in 1955, they could be one Mr and Mrs. D. U. Meberg went to I L. Svetinsky for his kindness and South Trinity for the Sunday struction were thwarted by the sen- is to go for welfare arid education, or the other or both• Time and Shelly, Minn., Sunday to attend the [his visits• Everyone was so good to ing service as was announced• te coalition. The set back waS 0nly but now the leg!slature has the pew- events change constantly, and since 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. ] me and I appreciated it all so much• will be in Park River, however, emporary, I feel sure. The legisla- I er to decide what is to be included two members of the legislature who Mauritson's brotlqer and sister-in- ] Mrs. Mary Bruce the Mission at 11 o'clock. has the . power to decide this I under "welfare" and under "educe- were "hot" for this ch,nge in the law. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Mauritson• ! Park River, N.D.  The public is invited. mafter and since both hemses of th, tion." The money will still continue interpretation of the law are now Mr. and Mrs. Fridjon Thorleifson I State assembly for 1957 are pred0m- to be divided seven-twelfths for in a better position than ever to and daughter, Kathy, were guests at 'inantly of one faction, there is every education and five-twelfths for wel- carry out any plan along this line, the Fred Halldorson home at Moun- reason tobe|ievethat the fundwill fare. Hitherto, elementary educa-don't be surprised at what they de-rain Thanksgiving day. On Sunday first Coie no longer be considered "sacred" as tion had received the bulk of the tide to do about this alleged surplus they were dinner guests of Mr. and • • • proponents of. the "rsiding" bill sales tax money allocated from the fund. The men? Oh yes They are Mrs. Walter Halldorsson, also at two years ago terred it. Just where state equalization fund. Aid to the Gov.-elect John E. Davis and his the moneywillgoisnotcertainat aged andtheneedywaswhat.the,rightandleft hand, or moptOb-lieu. Mountain. is em- iFirft 00erved _1 this time but it probably will be a Welfare set-up used their share for. ably. his all around man, Clyde Miss Delores Lepire, who case of who ever gets there firstest o Puffy. In addition to being ployed in Fargo, and Miss Judy[ will likely get the mostest. And one Education is a diversified thing, tenant governor-elect, the latter is Flaten a student at N'DAC, Fargo, ! college official' told me he was sure So is welfare. The schools of higher an astute lawyer, were week end guests at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. it was going to be a neck and neck learning are cryin for increased • Amos Flaten. race. appropriations-- UND alone must According to the State Tax Corn- Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Bell of Au- • have a minimum of two million dol-, missioner, the Equalization fund had Due to the orders, which have come from far and burn and Melvin Bell of Crystal Enacted as an emergency measure lars, they say. It is certain NDAC a balance of $10,989,660 in it June 30. during the depression of the 1930's and the various State Teachers Col- 1956. Add to that $7,245,87 received were Thanksgiving day dinner near, that must be thrned out before Christmas, and the law calls for atwo oercent tax leges will be looking longingly at from seven-twelfths .of the retail guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Bell. ' On Sunday Mr. and Mrs• Adolph So- due to the shortage of skilled help, I cannot accept any- gross retail sales. The money any fund that will give an assist sales tax collections for the year earmarked for welfare and edu- with their ever-rising budgets. Some ending June 30, 1956, and you have bolik were dinner guests at Bell's. thing after 6 P. M. Monday, Dec. 3, for holiday delivery. atlonat purposes. It has been re- of their needs, they claim, are new $18,234,866.56. An estimated $7,645,- Dinner guests on Thanksgiving enacted by the legislature every buildings to accommodate increased 755 appropriated for the elementary day of Mr. and Mrs. Garfield J. Thank you very much for your patience and also wo years and would be ree.led enrollments--higher wages for fac-schools leaves a balance of about Mauritson were Mr. and Mrs. Percy for your patronage. if the solons failed to pass it. It is ulty members, new 'and modern $10,589.111. In the welfare fund Oct. Walstad, the D. U. Meberg family, unlikely that they ever will take equipment, repairs on existing build, 31, 1956, there was $11,634,690. Esti- and David Lawson. On Saturday a such n step. however. The money ings, dormitories, etc., etc., ad infin- mated receipts for this fund are guest of he Mauritsons was Mel- raised by the fund is needed so bad- itum. Whether it is justifiable to use $5,000,000 per year. Budget requests vin Lawson of Albert Lea. Minn. lV that to have it taken away would the sales tax money for these things vre over $12,000 a year and over a Thanksgiving day dinner guests S be a erious handicap to the wel- under the uise of "education" is a five year period it is expected that of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Skjerven in- fare of the state and to the schoo!s, moot question. Likewise, the im- the funds will be used up so that eluded the Blair Chapman family, • If the retail sales tax were done provements and buildings" ' for the I the .re could be a deficit of some Mr. and Mrs. Win. Skjerven and awy with. some other form of reve- tat honital at Jamestown and the 725 e amo,,,€ . { $ ,000 by June 1967. Th _, son, Dick; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Her- PARK RIVER, N. DAK. hue raising tax would have to be Orafton State School, which mav or|raised, by the sales, tax annukll is zog and son, Douglas, of Concrete,  , #  : ::  lev,ed. Because of its imoortanee, mv not be considered welfare p:'o:l dependent ripen the economi Yon- and Ole Thorenstition, of Moun- it is always amon the last laws to " . ... . ,  " " of the state. Should hard i tain. . ot Mbe t ]s all in ones poin dfon be acted upon by both houses of the of view. i legislative assembly. • i House Bill 811 Las the sales tax The .t.te budeet bard and others are puzzlin over a situation a¢ th * _ .,... . ]aw]st session, and as a wedge to Mandsn Training School After  ff the, diversion of the money t0oth - pint s ieture of dire need. a   ." er purposes some amendments had girls' dormitory was erecd at the , I CHOOSE FROM THE LARGE ARRAY OF BEAUTIFUL & USEFUL GIFT ARTICLES AT JOHNSON'SYOUR CHRISTMAS STORE TONITE - FRI - SAT. GIFTS FOR A MAN GIFTS FOR A LADY Sun. Men. Tues. 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