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PAGE TWO WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, DECEMBER ', LOCAL NEWS 'Long Beach, Calif., and have been Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sharer and i visiting at the home of Mrs. Kar- two children, arrived Saturday gel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley from Midwest City, Okla., to visit Shaw. Mr. Kargel has been in the until after New Years' with Mrs. navy and only recently received his Shafer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray i discharge. The family will make Junkin and with her grandmother, ltheir home in Grand Forks. Mrs. N. J Knutson. A boy was born Dec. 12 to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kargel and land Mrs. Larry Gordcr, Grafton, son. Kevin, arrived last week from formerly of Park River. Just as the Wise Men of old were guided on their holy journey by the wondrous brightness of a shining star, so may our good wishes guide our many friends to a hapl  time to come N blessed with t the spiritual gladness of the holiday and its happy memories. Ad 23 Farm 8 Walsh Center Creamery r Holly-gay. polnseffia bdght 'and sparkling as the Christmas , |gMs are our wishes -- that you, our many Mends -- will find the Holiday filled with dch blessings and joys of the traditional Yule. Landsborough's I I I Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Long left last week for their winter home near Miami, Fla., wher they have agri- cultural interests. Mrs. F. E. Weed left Monday for Minneapolis to spend Christmas at the home of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harvey. After the holidays she expects to leave on an extended wint:,r vaca- tion trip to California and Hawaii. CHRISTMAS CANTEEN A special Christmas Canteen w:s held Tuesday night. Dec. 20, at the city hall with music furnished by Bobby Collette and his Rythmn Barons. The canteen, sponsored by the Rainbow girls, has been oper- ating for the past month. According to opinions from vari- ous students the canteen has been enjoyed by many and termed suc- cessful. WALSH COUNTY PRESS Mrs. Harry O'Brien. Publisher Published every Thursday from Th Press building, Park River, N. D. nd entered in the Park Ri,er post- office under the Act of Congress o] March 8, 1879 Christmas Concert The annual Christmas concert was presented by the music depart- ment of the Walsh County School, last night under the direction of Mr. John C. H. Moan. It was held in the City hall. Selections were sung by the mix- ed chorus, the men's chorus, triple quartette, girls' chorus and by var- ious small groups and individuals. "Hasten Swiftly, Hasten Softly," "Christmas Hymn," and "Bring a Torch. Jeanctte Isabella" were sung by the girl's chorus: "The First Noel." "Wath's Nativity Carol," "Now it is Christmas Time," "Carol f the Russian Children." and "Car- o] Noel." by the mixed chorus: and "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen," md "O Sacnitssima" by the male chorus. The triple quartette made up of a girls voice class sang a selection, "Precious Child So Sweetly Sleep- ing." Carol Braund was concert soloist. singing "Gesu Bambino." Other groups also provided numbers. "0 Come. 0 Come Immanuel and "Si- lent Night" were the processional G2.50 in N. D., $3 a year elsewher+ and recessional, respectively. Gene's Tavern Season's Greetings To the best friends a business firm could possibly have -- our many loyal customers  we $a T Thank you for your patronage and our best wishes to all of you For A Happy Holiday $easonl Park River Variety Hospitals Get Ford Foundation Grants ' Grants totaling $27,400 will bewas not included on the li | shared by two of the three hospitalsneighboring counties St. Ma j in Walsh county under gifts an-Hospital at Langdon, will rece nounced Dec. 12 by the Ford Foun-$10,000 and St. Elizabeth's HosP dation, at Drayton will receive $10,000. According ton release from the The granfts we[:nPrporti(oed  Ford Foundation, Grafton Deaco -the basis "pat t d y. t , hess Hospital will receive $14,400, would be one patient getting '  | St. Joseph's Community Hospital of full day's care. and the total Grafton will receive $13.000 st.these units determine the size c e | St. Ansgar's hospital at Park Riverhospital's operation.) / WHAT A D'=AL. iiii!i'i! i iiiil SEE'YOUR NEAR ES3 OLDSMOBILE DEALER .: . " To all our many friends wko've been so dear, And to our many customers so loyal, We wisk you all the best of luck and cheer; And Itappiness to make your rlstmas royall T. F. Meagher & Son MAY YOUR HOLIDAY BE A VERY, VERY, MERRY ONE... May all Christmas Joys dam throngln your holiday and mako it the evor! Staven's Club PAGE TWO WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, DECEMBER ', LOCAL NEWS 'Long Beach, Calif., and have been Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sharer and i visiting at the home of Mrs. Kar- two children, arrived Saturday gel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley from Midwest City, Okla., to visit Shaw. Mr. Kargel has been in the until after New Years' with Mrs. navy and only recently received his Shafer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray i discharge. The family will make Junkin and with her grandmother, ltheir home in Grand Forks. Mrs. N. J Knutson. A boy was born Dec. 12 to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kargel and land Mrs. Larry Gordcr, Grafton, son. Kevin, arrived last week from formerly of Park River. Just as the Wise Men of old were guided on their holy journey by the wondrous brightness of a shining star, so may our good wishes guide our many friends to a hapl  time to come N blessed with t the spiritual gladness of the holiday and its happy memories. Ad 23 Farm 8 Walsh Center Creamery r Holly-gay. polnseffia bdght 'and sparkling as the Christmas , |gMs are our wishes -- that you, our many Mends -- will find the Holiday filled with dch blessings and joys of the traditional Yule. Landsborough's I I I Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Long left last week for their winter home near Miami, Fla., wher they have agri- cultural interests. Mrs. F. E. Weed left Monday for Minneapolis to spend Christmas at the home of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harvey. After the holidays she expects to leave on an extended wint:,r vaca- tion trip to California and Hawaii. CHRISTMAS CANTEEN A special Christmas Canteen w:s held Tuesday night. Dec. 20, at the city hall with music furnished by Bobby Collette and his Rythmn Barons. The canteen, sponsored by the Rainbow girls, has been oper- ating for the past month. According to opinions from vari- ous students the canteen has been enjoyed by many and termed suc- cessful. WALSH COUNTY PRESS Mrs. Harry O'Brien. Publisher Published every Thursday from Th Press building, Park River, N. D. nd entered in the Park Ri,er post- office under the Act of Congress o] March 8, 1879 Christmas Concert The annual Christmas concert was presented by the music depart- ment of the Walsh County School, last night under the direction of Mr. John C. H. Moan. It was held in the City hall. Selections were sung by the mix- ed chorus, the men's chorus, triple quartette, girls' chorus and by var- ious small groups and individuals. "Hasten Swiftly, Hasten Softly," "Christmas Hymn," and "Bring a Torch. Jeanctte Isabella" were sung by the girl's chorus: "The First Noel." "Wath's Nativity Carol," "Now it is Christmas Time," "Carol f the Russian Children." and "Car- o] Noel." by the mixed chorus: and "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen," md "O Sacnitssima" by the male chorus. The triple quartette made up of a girls voice class sang a selection, "Precious Child So Sweetly Sleep- ing." Carol Braund was concert soloist. singing "Gesu Bambino." Other groups also provided numbers. "0 Come. 0 Come Immanuel and "Si- lent Night" were the processional G2.50 in N. D., $3 a year elsewher+ and recessional, respectively. Gene's Tavern Season's Greetings To the best friends a business firm could possibly have -- our many loyal customers  we $a T Thank you for your patronage and our best wishes to all of you For A Happy Holiday $easonl Park River Variety Hospitals Get Ford Foundation Grants ' Grants totaling $27,400 will bewas not included on the li | shared by two of the three hospitalsneighboring counties St. Ma j in Walsh county under gifts an-Hospital at Langdon, will rece nounced Dec. 12 by the Ford Foun-$10,000 and St. Elizabeth's HosP dation, at Drayton will receive $10,000. According ton release from the The granfts we[:nPrporti(oed  Ford Foundation, Grafton Deaco -the basis "pat t d y. t , hess Hospital will receive $14,400, would be one patient getting '  | St. Joseph's Community Hospital of full day's care. and the total Grafton will receive $13.000 st.these units determine the size c e | St. Ansgar's hospital at Park Riverhospital's operation.) / WHAT A D'=AL. iiii!i'i! i iiiil SEE'YOUR NEAR ES3 OLDSMOBILE DEALER .: . " To all our many friends wko've been so dear, And to our many customers so loyal, We wisk you all the best of luck and cheer; And Itappiness to make your rlstmas royall T. F. Meagher & Son MAY YOUR HOLIDAY BE A VERY, VERY, MERRY ONE... May all Christmas Joys dam throngln your holiday and mako it the evor! Staven's Club