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January 24, 1963

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Thursday, January 24, 1963 MOUSE RIVER FARMERS PRESS Paine lve | i,,, i l[lqlll i News Items About People YOU Know Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hut[on left last week on a trip to p:;ints in Flor'da and the south and west. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johner are on a vacation trip this week, visiting, points in Minnesota. Mrs. Ruth Hardie was the winner! of the ceiling tile given away at the I Mr. and Mr. Alden Schendel of Campbell, Minn. came Thursday for a visit with their son-in-law and i daughter, Mr .and Mrs. Michael Dacker. : Mr. and Mrs. Dale Manning and I family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Almquist and Virgil Kitzman of Upham were visitors at the Clayton Kitzman home Towner Lumber Company last week. last week. John E. Jmson left Monday on a l Coterie Club members met at the business trip to Minneapolis and Far- i home of Mrs. John Sylvester Tues- go. i day evening. Bridge prizes went to Mrs. Carl Johner and Mrs. J. J. Selz- Mr .and Mrs. Ivan Schiele and ler. daughters were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Krout Sunday eve. Mickey Kitzman spent Saturday night nd Stmflay at the Maynard Thompson home near Upham. Marie McKinzie and Clarence Her- man were supper guests at the Clem Hager home Sunday evening. R. W. Gillis made a business trip to Bismarck Tuesday and Mrs. Gillis accompanied him to Falkirk where she spent the day with friends. The Pot Luck group met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Voeller Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Buresh were guests. Mrs. Barbara Ebach, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Amon, Debbie and KeyED and Henry Keller visited at the Ray Sharkey home Sunday evening. Valentine One Stop Shopping. Dan Cupid has set up headquarters at Hill's Drug. There you will find exerything you need for Thursday, February 14th. (adv,) Seventeen ladies were guests at a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sehwenke Sunday afternoon honoring Elva Joos on her birthday. Mrs. Loyde Krout entertained a group of children and mothers at a party Thursday afternoonfor her son Donny on his 5th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thorson and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dokken Sunday. Oil-in Nelson was an evening caller. Mrs. Farrel Nelson attended a Farmers Union Leader's conference at lh F.U. Auditorium in Minot Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Otto Anon entertained a group of children at a party after school Thursday honoring her daugh- ter Debbie on her ninth birthday. Frank Selzler and David of Minot were Towner callers Saturday. Frank bowled in the men's tournament and David visited with his cousin Greg Selzler. David was" a supper guest at the J. J. Selzler home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green, here for funeral services for his atmt, Mrs. Henry Green, visited'with friends and Mr. Green attended the dinner meet- ing of the Masonic Lodge. Mrs. Green visited with Mrs. John Sylvester and both ladies called at the J. J. Selz- ler home that evening. Mrs. Kalie Fisher visited with Mrs. Elizabeth Lee and Mrs. William Eared at the Lee home Monday even- ing. Mrs. Eared returned to Fargo by train Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Tagestad and Allan Dean of Williston and Mr. and Mrs. All Tagestad and family visit- ed at the Ted Odden home Saurday evening. Mrs. J. B. Semrau is conducting a First Aid Class in Karlsruhe on Tues- day and Friday afternoons. This is part of the McHenry Couny Red Cross program. Mrs. Martin Zainhofsky, Mrs. Bal- eer Keller and Mrs. Russell Hoynes were hostesses at a party Monday evening at the Zainhofsky home, honoring Mrs. Francis Hoynes on her i birthday. When Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lee returned to Towner Friday after vis- iling since Tuesday in Fargo they were accompanied by Mrs. William Eared who visited until Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Lee. Kar- en and Byron Lee had been at the Robert Kenney home while their par- eats were gone and they returned to Garrison with their parents Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haman left Wednesday for Hamilton, Mont. where they will stay at the Kenneth Robbins home with their grandchild- ren while Mr. and Mrs. Robbins fly to Hawaii for a vacation. Later, Mr. and Mrs- Haman will go to Ocean- side, Oal. for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haman and family and then plan to be in Phoenix, Ariz. for a time, scheduling their stay there so as to be able to take in baseball games during the major league spring training season. Valentines Day is almost here, an [nilt_eo.s.a_ure Rn t_eor. exciting day for all children and the get a big thrill out of sending Val- entines to their friends. Hill's Drug. (adv.) Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Kitzman and family joined other family members at the home of Mrs. Emelia Kitzman in Minot Sunday to honor that lady on her birthday-. Carl (Butch) Merbach Jr. and his wife left Friday for their home h Johnsown, S.C. after visiting for sev- eral days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Merbach and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pretzer of Velva, Mr. and Mrs. F*rnk Hager of Rugby and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley t3ertsch were visitors at the home of Sheriff and Mrs. Milton Ellis Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keyes and Karen and Mr .and Mrs. Art Ben[h- agen of Westhope were supper guests o Mr. and Mrs. Edward Keyes Sun- day. The men bowled in the tourna- ment in Towner. January 18, 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Miller and Carl Miller will leave Friday for Las Vegas Nevada where they will attend the national convention of the National Livestock Association From there they plan to go to California for a visit with relatives and friends. While the Millers are away, Florence Friet is at the Miller home with the four boys. Jim Hanretty is the latest of the area boys serving in the armed forces t.o order his weekly copy of The Press set by air mail. Jim, the son of Mr. .and Mrs. "Happy"'Hanretty, is now stationed in Korea. Mrs. J. B. Semrau was in Devils Lake from Tuesday until Thursday; The North Dakota Legislative As- sembly has now been in session near- ly two weeks with little of import- ance taking place except organiza- tion mainly. The joint session of the House of Representatives and the Senate on January 9th, for the purpose of the governor's inaugural & message, was well attended and the Govenor's mes- sage was judged by the legislative members" as being of greater feeling I towards agreement among both par- ties. The Inaugural Ball held at the , World War Memorial Hall was well attended with state dE.gag[aries in regal splendor, as well as the military Generally, ale committees are form- I i ed and working where bills are so assigned. On the Senate side, Sena- tor Kjos sits on Appropriations and Transportation as well as on the Committee of Delayed Bills. In the House of Representatives side, Representative Anderson serves on Appropriations and Social Welfare Committees. Representative Ettcstad serves on Finance and Taxo.tion, Gen- eral Affairs and Transportation Com- mittees; and is chairman of Commit- tee on Mileage and per diem. Repre- sentative Boutilier serves on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Political Sub-Divisions Committees. The week of January 21st will, of course, see all sections in full act- ivity. It would appear that most pro- posals to reapportior the House of Representatives would reduce the I number of Representatives from Mc- Henry county from three members to two members. Your legislators are aware of this, and we will attempt to keep our representatian in a prop- er proportion with the rest of the counties in the state. Sincerely Floyd Ettestad Upham News Mr. and Mrs. Einar Einarson left last week for the west where they iwill spend a couple months with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Herman spent Sufllay evening at the John Jacob- son home. Mr .and Mrs. S. F. Magnusson vis- ited at the Emma Parizek home in Bottineau Friday. Sunday they called at the Ellard Swanson home. Mr .and Mrs. Leonard Roalkvam and daughter visited at the Clara Burlog home Wednesday evening. George Rice and Rev. Luecker at- tended the Missouri Synod Lutheran convention in Jamestown this week. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Eriekson were Towner callers Monday evening. Mrs. Muriel Goodman and children visited with Yona Torno and her brother Mahdi G(mdma in Towner Sunday with the latter celebrating his birthday that day. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wagar and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fairbrother of Bantry were visitors at the Edwin Anderson home Sunday eve. Mr. and Mrs. Art Krenz of New- burg, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Rice call- e':l at the Joim Rice home Tuesday evening for a birthday party for John. Mrs. Olga Resler visited with An- nette Kongslie Monday. Mrs. Leonard Roalkvam and Mary Ann were Monday dinner guests of Mrs. Burlog. Mrs. Bill Sallee called at the L. Roalkvam home Sunday eve. Mrs. Geo. F. Rice, Mrs. Ola Res- ler, Mrs. F Boebnke, Laurine Brand[ and Mrs. Henry Moen visited with Mrs. Emil Anderson Monda eve. Walter Arneson was a supper guest Mr. and Mrs. L. Roalkvam and at the Edwin Anderson home Satur- Mary Ann visited at the Albert Roal- day evening, kvam home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mzs. Rodney Smith and ............ sons of Minot were supper guests of In "T'L hA _'I Mrs. Alice Kongslie Wedoesday. I the ivtalt Mrs. C. R. Smette and Mrs. John lDear Fern: Rice visited at the Emil Anderson! home Sunday eve. I Mr. and Mrs. Art Resler returned Sunday Cram Las Vegas, Nevada where they attended a national REA meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Baker and Mr. and Mrs. B. Faa were callers in Mi- not Monday eve. F-Singer Bobby Darin is- [ 'King of Hearts' / CROWN symbolizing his No. 1 ! avoc;,'n that "  ot encourag- i ing teenagers to join the fight against heart and blood vessel i diseaseis placed on Singer: Bobby Darin by Nancy MeCor- mae, America's Junior Miss Heart. Bobby,,fg'the Heart Fuud's "King of Hearts." f-- ADVERTISE NOTICE As a convenience to the public we will handle a stock of BREAD - MILK - BUTTER at our store in Bantry I am enclosing $3.00 for another year's subscription to the Press. We enjoy it very much. My dad (L. H. Moen) who will be 83 on Febraury 8th is here with us in Grand Forks. I believe he reads the paper twice each week. Sincerely, Mrs. E. W, Olson 2419 2rid Ave. N. Gran Forks, N. Dak. Lyric- Rugby 1Eve. Shows, 7:30-9:30, ]Prl. Sat. Sun. Eve. show 8:00 Mon. Tues. Thur Mat. 2:30 Sun .... 2:00 Sat. ' i i Note change in evening staxting schedule effective Thur. Ja. 24 until further notice Now Shawing THUR. FRI. SAT. JAN. 24-25-26 (Not Shown At Sat. Mat.) NOW . . . The Fable Of All Ages Is Here For All To See! CinemaScope - Deluxe COLOR ALL STAR CAST "Jack The Giant Killer" Small Fry Kiddie Mat. Sat. 2:00 James O. Curwood's "Back To God's Country" SUN. MON. Tug. JAN. 2%28-29 Matinee 2:30 Sunday JERI{ LEWI S HIS LATEST . . FUNNIER TIIAN EVER JOHN A. SWANSON "00t's Only Money" 9urn-Fire dinnv winner | FRIED CHICKEN Metheny D-Con lb. $1.59 3 Ibs $3.75 HARDWARE & GIFT SHOP Wild Bird Seed HERSHEY'S Dainties 12 oz 39 COMO Bath Tissue pkg 29c KITCHEN CHA.KM Wax Paper 2.4Sc rab giant 75c Dosch 's in TO WNER FOOD MA 4 G. V. Tomatoes 303 van FruiE Cocktail 4 - 89c 6 cans $1 each .09 4 lb. 59c lCv( Flavor Jel Io Puddings Rome Apples Mandarin Oranges $1 5 Ib bag 53 HEADBOLT & TANK TYPE ENGINE HEATERS : [ where, as chairman of the nominating Emil Anderson - I committee she attended "the state Russell Boutilier ]mid-winter executive board meeting Representatives, 34 District I I I  II  I 1 [of Presbyteria Women Plans were Bencer N. Kjos  IF=  |  L [made for the summer convention Senator, 34th District PLUMP,TENDER,JUICY "riday & Saturday, January 25 & 26 : 00gnusson' I s: January Sale 2lb. Cut-up ,n Uphom 79 ea. APPLES, S K A T E S ;d;cious*" :$L79J $8.95 to $12.95 ?o/ill s,.00s  [with allowance] . Lemons 6-29c' BB Guns 5 now $9.95 " " [ 19C I Children, Rocking Chairs . ,. C:okies 2lb. pkg..43c 4600:i1 Frozen Strawberries 4-89c $7.95 $11.95 values, $5.95-$9.95 Weich s Grape Jelly 3-$1 Sliced Halibut lb. 79 Our Fam,ly Chunk .Tuna 4 - $1 Turkey T.V. D,nner 59 Discount on Smafl.Appliances G.V. Salad Dressing qt. 39 Hamilton Beach Mixers k%. SERVE 00MIMNAS 2_ ib . w.. 29c Tomatoes Irons Percolators Toasters S00au00erk00aut 6-$1!1] TV & Stereo S00ts