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DECEMBER22, 1955 WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA and Mra:L. 1t, Ha spent Ithe latter&apos;s brother-in-law and sis- Mr. and Mrs. week end in Fargo 'guests of [ter, Gideon Klein. a year we find our- selves eagerly awaiting the Christmas season because in it we find the oppor- tunity to express again our apprecia- tion for your thoughtfulness. Company Lankin Local liews Items By Catherine Matejcek Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bina, J. B. Shereck and Mrs. Wilfred Shieeck attended the funeral for Harold Vorachek in Edmore Thursday. En route home they called on Mr. and Mrs. Albert Arneson in Ed'more. Other Lankin people who attend- ed the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dvorak and son, Gone, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bosh, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Erickson, Mrs. Mry Trouba and Donald Dvorak. i Judy, Mary and Johnny Vasichek spent the week end in Grand Forks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kuchar of Edmore were over night guests at the Josephine Matejcek home Fri- day. Elsie Ann Sobolik returned home Friday from Chicago where she has been taking nurse's training. She has gone back to St. Luke's hospital to continue her work there. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bina and Micky and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shireck made a trip to Devils Lake Dec. 11. Mrs. Harold Matejcek left last week for St. Paul to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lier. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Socha of Minto visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Spike. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dahlen of Dahlen, Mrs. Bill Lapic, Mrs. Gee. Swartz and Mrs. Jerry Brodina vis- ited at the Wilmer Vorachek home Saturday evening. Mrs. Eugene Lundholm of Min- neapolis spent several days last week at the home of her father John Lapie. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sherek and Mrs. Bill Bina were callers in Park River Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Karas and family were Grafton callers Dec. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Matejcek and Melvin Malafa made a business trip to Fargo Dec. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Darn Sticka, Mrs. Bill Machart and Mrs. Charles Rose and Sandra were Grafton call- ers Dec. 17. 4. O 4- .t. O iO O iO O TO OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS AND MANY FRIENDS NODAK RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. -:- Grand Forks, North Dakota Tbe luminous rays of the Star of Bethlehem revealed, at the birth of the Christ Child, the dawn of a new era. Since that dawn centuries have folded into eternity, hut the echo of 'PeNe on Earth, Good Will Toward Men" still rings down the years. May R ever be so far you. our friends, and may this truly be ble..ed Clm WALSH COUNTY SCHOOL GIVES PLAY TAKING PART IN THE CHRISTMAS PLAY: Front Row, left to right, Camille Thiele, Marvel Morstad, Judy Kelner. Back row: Kenneth Olufson, Richard Lee. Glenn Langerud, Frank Bures. Students Give One.Act Play be resumed at 9 a. m Jan. 3. A one-act play entitled "Christ- I mas Barricade," will highlight the program marking the close of The Walsh County School will be dismissed today for the traditional Christmas vacation and classes will Several students re taking part in the behind the scenes phase of the play; Iarol Turner, prompter; Alyce Puppe, property manager; Shirley Ramsey, stage manager; Bonnie Jorstad, makeup. This play is one feature of the Christmas program sponsored by Student Council. One phase of the program began last week with the playing of Christmas carols before school and during the noon hour. An excham,,e of ifts :viii climax the events of the day before vaca- tion I,e.*dns. .?. o . .:o o o -:. LANKIN PEOPLE HURT -. IN AUTO ACCIDENT .', Several persons roe:teed cuts and "1" bruises and one man had some ,o front teeth knocked out in a two- ear accident on highway 32. half a , mile south of junction 15 Tuesday ,1-' morning, Dee. 12. according to a , story in the Fordville Sun. ,t The two autos a 1955 Pontiac *i driven by Wilmer Vorachk vnd t * 1950 Mercurv, driven by George . Jacobsen. bott m Lankin--side- *: swiped trrowirg the Vorch,k car ** into the ditch and cmsin: consid- *I* erable d.tnq;le LO })oih vehi(:.,5:. "1 Th(' Voraehek e:ir w *y: h,,.;,'t-'d m *I south as they were en r<,u:e 1.o . Devils Lake fr.m where l', iad I. planned to go to Edmore '" at.qmd .% :$: funeral s:rviees for 1"-',] ,] Vo:; ":" ehek Jacobsor was travelic* north. , Fotlr passengers m the Vr;mh(,Ir. ' ear were hospitMized at Grafton. O O They included Mrs. Willmar Vora-  ehek and son. Terraneo. Gcorgett.  Vorachek. sister of Willmar and g, school. The cast includes: Nick. Richard Lee: Andy, Frank Bures: Eve, Su- san Meagher: Mary, Marvel Mor- stad: Dave. Kenny Olafson Mrs. Hempstead. Camille Thiele: Agnes, Judy Kelner: and Bert, Glenn Lan'- erud. Mabel Vor.dmk. their aunt. Jacobsen is reported to have re- ceived cuts and bruises and had several teeth knocked out Georgetta was said o have been thrown under the Pontiac in such a manner that the ear had to be jack- ed up before she could be got out. I The accident happened about 8:30 a. m. The two autos side-swip- ed and the Vorachek auto was swung into the snow filled ditch with the front facing the highway. i The impact was nt the rear right car door and the vehicle was badly damaged. The Jacobsen ear did not leave lhe road, th:, imp::et being at the riaht front fender. The entire front end was demolished. "When Santa Was Younger"-- wm'!l be faseJnnted by the ys lhat Grandf:th,.; ;'nd Oraydrnother sed. to find under the tree See them in Sunday's American Weekly with the Chicao American. On sale at E,To] fson's, adv. Lest we lose sight of the true meaning of Christmas, wouldn't it be wll at thi t/me to rded;eate ourmlv to the dn of ChriP- May eaah of u rnaJnta/n the ( true spirit of Chri$tma$ in the days to come-- The Babe Divine, His Holy Mother -- A 001'1 1 | " Sacred symbols of this DaY, Reflect the warmest blessinss that, to all our friends. A4  Jm O We hope will come our wsy, Pisek General Store Farmers Umon Od Company Larson's Cafe DECEMBER22, 1955 WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA and Mra:L. 1t, Ha spent Ithe latter's brother-in-law and sis- Mr. and Mrs. week end in Fargo 'guests of [ter, Gideon Klein. a year we find our- selves eagerly awaiting the Christmas season because in it we find the oppor- tunity to express again our apprecia- tion for your thoughtfulness. Company Lankin Local liews Items By Catherine Matejcek Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bina, J. B. Shereck and Mrs. Wilfred Shieeck attended the funeral for Harold Vorachek in Edmore Thursday. En route home they called on Mr. and Mrs. Albert Arneson in Ed'more. Other Lankin people who attend- ed the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dvorak and son, Gone, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bosh, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Erickson, Mrs. Mry Trouba and Donald Dvorak. i Judy, Mary and Johnny Vasichek spent the week end in Grand Forks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kuchar of Edmore were over night guests at the Josephine Matejcek home Fri- day. Elsie Ann Sobolik returned home Friday from Chicago where she has been taking nurse's training. She has gone back to St. Luke's hospital to continue her work there. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bina and Micky and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shireck made a trip to Devils Lake Dec. 11. Mrs. Harold Matejcek left last week for St. Paul to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lier. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Socha of Minto visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Spike. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dahlen of Dahlen, Mrs. Bill Lapic, Mrs. Gee. Swartz and Mrs. Jerry Brodina vis- ited at the Wilmer Vorachek home Saturday evening. Mrs. Eugene Lundholm of Min- neapolis spent several days last week at the home of her father John Lapie. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sherek and Mrs. Bill Bina were callers in Park River Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Karas and family were Grafton callers Dec. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Matejcek and Melvin Malafa made a business trip to Fargo Dec. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Darn Sticka, Mrs. Bill Machart and Mrs. Charles Rose and Sandra were Grafton call- ers Dec. 17. 4. O 4- .t. O iO O iO O TO OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS AND MANY FRIENDS NODAK RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. -:- Grand Forks, North Dakota Tbe luminous rays of the Star of Bethlehem revealed, at the birth of the Christ Child, the dawn of a new era. Since that dawn centuries have folded into eternity, hut the echo of 'PeNe on Earth, Good Will Toward Men" still rings down the years. May R ever be so far you. our friends, and may this truly be ble..ed Clm WALSH COUNTY SCHOOL GIVES PLAY TAKING PART IN THE CHRISTMAS PLAY: Front Row, left to right, Camille Thiele, Marvel Morstad, Judy Kelner. Back row: Kenneth Olufson, Richard Lee. Glenn Langerud, Frank Bures. Students Give One.Act Play be resumed at 9 a. m Jan. 3. A one-act play entitled "Christ- I mas Barricade," will highlight the program marking the close of The Walsh County School will be dismissed today for the traditional Christmas vacation and classes will Several students re taking part in the behind the scenes phase of the play; Iarol Turner, prompter; Alyce Puppe, property manager; Shirley Ramsey, stage manager; Bonnie Jorstad, makeup. This play is one feature of the Christmas program sponsored by Student Council. One phase of the program began last week with the playing of Christmas carols before school and during the noon hour. An excham,,e of ifts :viii climax the events of the day before vaca- tion I,e.*dns. .?. o . .:o o o -:. LANKIN PEOPLE HURT -. IN AUTO ACCIDENT .', Several persons roe:teed cuts and "1" bruises and one man had some ,o front teeth knocked out in a two- ear accident on highway 32. half a , mile south of junction 15 Tuesday ,1-' morning, Dee. 12. according to a , story in the Fordville Sun. ,t The two autos a 1955 Pontiac *i driven by Wilmer Vorachk vnd t * 1950 Mercurv, driven by George . Jacobsen. bott m Lankin--side- *: swiped trrowirg the Vorch,k car ** into the ditch and cmsin: consid- *I* erable d.tnq;le LO })oih vehi(:.,5:. "1 Th(' Voraehek e:ir w *y: h,,.;,'t-'d m *I south as they were en r<,u:e 1.o . Devils Lake fr.m where l', iad I. planned to go to Edmore '" at.qmd .% :$: funeral s:rviees for 1"-',] ,] Vo:; ":" ehek Jacobsor was travelic* north. , Fotlr passengers m the Vr;mh(,Ir. ' ear were hospitMized at Grafton. O O They included Mrs. Willmar Vora-  ehek and son. Terraneo. Gcorgett.  Vorachek. sister of Willmar and g, school. The cast includes: Nick. Richard Lee: Andy, Frank Bures: Eve, Su- san Meagher: Mary, Marvel Mor- stad: Dave. Kenny Olafson Mrs. Hempstead. Camille Thiele: Agnes, Judy Kelner: and Bert, Glenn Lan'- erud. Mabel Vor.dmk. their aunt. Jacobsen is reported to have re- ceived cuts and bruises and had several teeth knocked out Georgetta was said o have been thrown under the Pontiac in such a manner that the ear had to be jack- ed up before she could be got out. I The accident happened about 8:30 a. m. The two autos side-swip- ed and the Vorachek auto was swung into the snow filled ditch with the front facing the highway. i The impact was nt the rear right car door and the vehicle was badly damaged. The Jacobsen ear did not leave lhe road, th:, imp::et being at the riaht front fender. The entire front end was demolished. "When Santa Was Younger"-- wm'!l be faseJnnted by the ys lhat Grandf:th,.; ;'nd Oraydrnother sed. to find under the tree See them in Sunday's American Weekly with the Chicao American. On sale at E,To] fson's, adv. Lest we lose sight of the true meaning of Christmas, wouldn't it be wll at thi t/me to rded;eate ourmlv to the dn of ChriP- May eaah of u rnaJnta/n the ( true spirit of Chri$tma$ in the days to come-- The Babe Divine, His Holy Mother -- A 001'1 1 | " Sacred symbols of this DaY, Reflect the warmest blessinss that, to all our friends. A4  Jm O We hope will come our wsy, Pisek General Store Farmers Umon Od Company Larson's Cafe