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()BITLf00 ,RIES MRS. PETE 8OBAK Mrs. Pete R. Sobak, native of the Adams community, died of a heart attack Dec. 12 at her home in Ed- more. The former Anna Marie Biri, she was born Sept. 27, 1892, near Adams, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred- rick Biri. She was married in June, &apos;1918, to Pete Sobak at Devils Lake. They have continued to operate a farm in Newland township, east of Edmore, while living in the village. Survivors are her husband: two brothers, John and Alfred Biri, Ed- more, and a sister, Mrs. Nora Els- haug, also Of Edmore. Funeral services were held Dec. I6 at Concordia Lutheran church. Edmore, of which she was a mem- ber. Rev. H. O. Peterson officiated. Burial was in the Sobak cemetery, four miles east of Edmore. JOSEPH S JOHNSON I Joseph S. Johnson, 55, a resident of Adams for many years, died Dec. i11 at the Norman Rest Home in I Grafton. He had been living at the [home for the past two years. o Ane single man, he is survived by brother, Arnet J. Grove of Far- ' go, and three sisters. Mrs. Mary Moe of Dawson. Minn., Mrs. Catherine Stephenson of Waukon, Ia., and Mrs. Amanda Reishus of Mohall, N. D. Born in Minnesola He was born in Minnesota April 28. 1900, but had been a resident of Adams for several years. Funeral services were held at the Adams Funeral Home in Grafton. Rev. T. H. Megorden, pastor of the Grafton Lutheran church, officiated and burial was in the Grafton Luth- eran cemetery. In sincere and friendly appreciation of your patronage. we extend to all of you m our warmest wishes for A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS! Qison Jewelry WALSH COUNTY PRESS, rRS. C. (3. LANGOWSKI Mrs. Cecelia Clara Langowski, 89, a resident of Minto for 67 years, died Dec. 13 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Stoltman, at Minto. Mrs, Langowski, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer, was born in Germany Nov. 22, 1866. She was married at Minto to David Langowski, who was an undertaker and a furniture store operator in that city for a number of years. She is survived by two other daughters, the Rev. Mother M. Ur- sula of the Sisters of the Apostu- late, Monongah. West Virginia, and Mrs. John Landowski. sr., of Dray- ton: a son, A. P. Langowski of Min- to: three half-brothers. Leo Meger of Grafton and John and Peter Me- ger. both of Warroad. Minn.. and 30 grandchildren, 31 great grandchil- dren and one great-great grand- child. Her husband, three sons and a daughter preceded her in death. The funeral was held Dee. 17. PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA e S0000tlm00t N CALENDAR Yours Free if you moil this coupon or a postcard to: Sweetheart Calendar, P.O. Box 1261, Billings, Montana NAME ............................................................................ ADDRESS ........................................................................................ CITY .................................................................................. STATE ................................................................................................... Your Sweetheart Go-to-Church-Sunday Calendar will be maile promptly. But don't wait to order! Ayoid disappointment! Order yours now| And greetings of the seasonl We hope that you and all of our loyal customers enioy th|s wonderful Yule o the very utmost| Gillespie's Dairy BUTTER ROLLS BROW00'N SERVE Sally Hall's Brown 'n Serve Butter Rolls add the right touch to your holiday meals. :;,,;-r, tender.., a faqorite wih every meal iiiiiiiii !!00iii -<:.i:i . . ':::: ::::::::: ::::::': wlth the POWER 0 NAI..;.ITY ! Park River Electric # 3o poverfu Ily Just standing at hecurb ity,*'Come inside and take a ride!" And on the road, it says "o.m in unmistakable language! For there's more pure action mder the hood of this dazzling Super 88 for 1956 than yon can imagine! Oldsmobile's terrific Rocket T-350 moves this big beautiful car away from a stop fight effortlessly.., gives you NEW smoo:h I that feling of the sure. safe control of unlimited power. And all this flashing power is smoothed to silken flight by new Jetaway Hydra-Matic*! Jetaway response is lightnin5 response smooth, silent, wonderful! For the thrill of your fife see us and get acluainted with a real "power personafity"the Super 88 Oldsmobile for 1956! tOerotandard  Nk4y-BoEt models; optional at extra cost on Super 88 modelk. ptk:m at extra ostl ,T)ofety Power Steering standard on Ninety-Eight models. So powerfull sate ! II On/y O/ls kn cd/these "Features of the Future" * MmllNM*00flm! "k Tmd-SelasmMlmll A" Ddla-lmld AId011Bdlbl "k Fdm-Fi Imtml . IdOt every advaeK! Power Ferret to complement that Power Pen@nalityl O L-I:00 M 0 I L-E00 VISIT THE "ROCKET ROOM"... AT YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALEIPS! SILLIMAN IMPLEMENT CO.J Park River, N.D. Fred Silliman, Prop. Dial 362111 ()BITLf00 ,RIES MRS. PETE 8OBAK Mrs. Pete R. Sobak, native of the Adams community, died of a heart attack Dec. 12 at her home in Ed- more. The former Anna Marie Biri, she was born Sept. 27, 1892, near Adams, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred- rick Biri. She was married in June, '1918, to Pete Sobak at Devils Lake. They have continued to operate a farm in Newland township, east of Edmore, while living in the village. Survivors are her husband: two brothers, John and Alfred Biri, Ed- more, and a sister, Mrs. Nora Els- haug, also Of Edmore. Funeral services were held Dec. I6 at Concordia Lutheran church. Edmore, of which she was a mem- ber. Rev. H. O. Peterson officiated. Burial was in the Sobak cemetery, four miles east of Edmore. JOSEPH S JOHNSON I Joseph S. Johnson, 55, a resident of Adams for many years, died Dec. i11 at the Norman Rest Home in I Grafton. He had been living at the [home for the past two years. o Ane single man, he is survived by brother, Arnet J. Grove of Far- ' go, and three sisters. Mrs. Mary Moe of Dawson. Minn., Mrs. Catherine Stephenson of Waukon, Ia., and Mrs. Amanda Reishus of Mohall, N. D. Born in Minnesola He was born in Minnesota April 28. 1900, but had been a resident of Adams for several years. Funeral services were held at the Adams Funeral Home in Grafton. Rev. T. H. Megorden, pastor of the Grafton Lutheran church, officiated and burial was in the Grafton Luth- eran cemetery. In sincere and friendly appreciation of your patronage. we extend to all of you m our warmest wishes for A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS! Qison Jewelry WALSH COUNTY PRESS, rRS. C. (3. LANGOWSKI Mrs. Cecelia Clara Langowski, 89, a resident of Minto for 67 years, died Dec. 13 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Stoltman, at Minto. Mrs, Langowski, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer, was born in Germany Nov. 22, 1866. She was married at Minto to David Langowski, who was an undertaker and a furniture store operator in that city for a number of years. She is survived by two other daughters, the Rev. Mother M. Ur- sula of the Sisters of the Apostu- late, Monongah. West Virginia, and Mrs. John Landowski. sr., of Dray- ton: a son, A. P. Langowski of Min- to: three half-brothers. Leo Meger of Grafton and John and Peter Me- ger. both of Warroad. Minn.. and 30 grandchildren, 31 great grandchil- dren and one great-great grand- child. Her husband, three sons and a daughter preceded her in death. The funeral was held Dee. 17. PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA e S0000tlm00t N CALENDAR Yours Free if you moil this coupon or a postcard to: Sweetheart Calendar, P.O. Box 1261, Billings, Montana NAME ............................................................................ ADDRESS ........................................................................................ CITY .................................................................................. STATE ................................................................................................... Your Sweetheart Go-to-Church-Sunday Calendar will be maile promptly. But don't wait to order! Ayoid disappointment! Order yours now| And greetings of the seasonl We hope that you and all of our loyal customers enioy th|s wonderful Yule o the very utmost| Gillespie's Dairy BUTTER ROLLS BROW00'N SERVE Sally Hall's Brown 'n Serve Butter Rolls add the right touch to your holiday meals. :;,,;-r, tender.., a faqorite wih every meal iiiiiiiii !!00iii -<:.i:i . . ':::: ::::::::: ::::::': wlth the POWER 0 NAI..;.ITY ! Park River Electric # 3o poverfu Ily Just standing at hecurb ity,*'Come inside and take a ride!" And on the road, it says "o.m in unmistakable language! For there's more pure action mder the hood of this dazzling Super 88 for 1956 than yon can imagine! Oldsmobile's terrific Rocket T-350 moves this big beautiful car away from a stop fight effortlessly.., gives you NEW smoo:h I that feling of the sure. safe control of unlimited power. And all this flashing power is smoothed to silken flight by new Jetaway Hydra-Matic*! Jetaway response is lightnin5 response smooth, silent, wonderful! For the thrill of your fife see us and get acluainted with a real "power personafity"the Super 88 Oldsmobile for 1956! tOerotandard  Nk4y-BoEt models; optional at extra cost on Super 88 modelk. ptk:m at extra ostl ,T)ofety Power Steering standard on Ninety-Eight models. So powerfull sate ! II On/y O/ls kn cd/these "Features of the Future" * MmllNM*00flm! "k Tmd-SelasmMlmll A" Ddla-lmld AId011Bdlbl "k Fdm-Fi Imtml . IdOt every advaeK! Power Ferret to complement that Power Pen@nalityl O L-I:00 M 0 I L-E00 VISIT THE "ROCKET ROOM"... AT YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALEIPS! SILLIMAN IMPLEMENT CO.J Park River, N.D. Fred Silliman, Prop. Dial 362111