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PAGE SIX Stirum OAKF.S T[M:ES -- OAKES. NORTH DAKOTA husband, the Ernest Koplaus and land family. Sirce then Mrs. Johni were supper guests. Then driving Cink took critically ill and is hos-I OAKESMANOR NOTES ! thalfi~ Mr. Bussman for the gift. been in the hospital a week, is ex- ] MAGDALENE WALD THURSDAY" ~I ~key, N. D. for 5t5 yea~ year she has been rc~J4 By Mra, Om Sunday Mternoo~] ?drs. Paatine Gree~;rrmyer, Mias Ruth Greenmey- er an~ Mi~ Jem~ Jaoobson, both of Fargt~ ,:~d Mrs. Ilc, g(r Miltcr, a fricmi d the gil% of Marl: n. N. D. at ~h(! ~{tt~,' Brockmar! home. Mrs. Orvilie LIcDani~:} and Mr. and Mrs, Alien MeDaniel and S{acy of G~inner, Mrs, Carrie Evan of Cogswell and Mr. Tim Gotte of Wa~ton were Saturday afternoon visitors at the Roger Evan home. St. Vincent Altar Socity met Monday evening at the Parish Cen- ter in Gwin~er. Mrs. Joha Zetocha was the hostess. Mr, and Mm. Harold Register fa~ly of Fargo and Mrs. Er- nest Bandelow of Mihmr were Sun- day afhc mon visitors and coffee guests at the Fren Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Enervold and Bormie, Mr. and Mrs. Rich Kupitz ~d Phyllis and Mr. and Mrs J. C. Tc,tenbagen m~d Mel/nda attended 'the recitM at the Presbyterian Church in Lisbon on Sunday eve- ni~g, The girls are all shldents of Mrs Mike Fahey. The Enervold's visited at the Ir- vin Milbrandt home la}er in the evening. Mrs. Maurice Orn and Bob aceom mr~. Lester Orn to the Cities Friday morning Mrs. M. Orn .and Bob visited her sister and family the Fred Rose's in Minneap- olis and her sister Marilyn Wedel in St. Paul. Mrs. Lester Orn visited her dan- :glUer Eileen while there in St. :Pat/ a~l her daughter Marilya of .~peton joined them for the weekend. Friday evening they at- tended the teadhers placement ser. vice ~r,~ reception and the Mother Daughter Banqu~ Saturday evening. They returned to their homes Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Art 0rn were Thursday evening visitors at the AI bert Schmit home ,at Oakes. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brockman ard famib' were Thursday evening visi- tars at the Henry Euscher home. The Immature2 Lt~thera~ Aid met Tlmrsday at the church. Rev Domed Sprengler gave the ,topic on "Are we Cheating Ohildren Of Their Childhood." Mrs. Henry Euscher and Mrs. J. C. Totenkagen attend- ed the LWML Convention at Bis- ma~x'k Money and q'ues~y and ga~e a report at the meeting. Mrs George Bruns was the hostess. Mrs. Art Orn aeeo,mpa~%d Mrs. Fra,a Meyer and family to Britton, S. Dak. Satt,;d~y mornip..g. Mr. and Mrs. Art Orn ~e,ft early Saturday afte:aoan drivirg to Sabin, Minn. v:nd visited Art's siser and tO ]IfOU with your AUTO, FIRE, HEALTH, lIFE t INSURANCE PRASKA Insurance Agency Phone 742-2710 Oakes, N. Dak. 58474 FAMILY AUTO FIRE SPARE TIME Distributor For This Area Become dlstrlbuter in one Ameri~'s iarm~ and fa,ted growing industriu. You will be distributiMI ~k~l brand d~u~. t~ experie-e requir~lL All ammts are c~traeted few' end s~t u~by our emt~=~ny. You merely restodc kx=attm~ wi~ cur natlonal brand pro- ducts. You. Can Earn $800 A Month Or More Based On Your Effort Inventory of 1 . 11 to 3441X cash required for inventow and equipment. You must have a geed car and be able to devote at least 4 to 12 igurs D~r week. If you are interested, have the desire, drive, determination, and w~mt to be successful in a growir~ business of your own, write us today. Please enclose name, address and telephone number. We Welcome Investigation National Distributing Co. Sm afl Mo. on to Ilawley, Minn. and visited Mrs. Orris sister and family, thei [lay Kronbecks. I Mr. a~M Mrs. Wesl('y Bur:~side of Kenmare, N. D. and Mr. and Mrs. Sh,:ve Burnside of Fargo wcre eve- aing visitors. The Orris w~'re overnight and S',~.qay dirmcr guesLs and o.q re- Prim itm~e visited their son, Darrell at~d wife at West Fargo. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Orn and son were after- son visitors. Mrs. Ed Robins is s-oanding a few d~ys a~ the Roger WMte home and had spent about a weekend a ~M~ at the Kermeth Bartl home in Gwinner. Last Friday after m Mrs. Har- old Beaver and Mrs. Allwin Antler- so~ vi~ed ~heir r-~, Mrs. Bes- sie Cirak in O~es. Mrs. John C2nk of Lidgerw(x~ spen,t Monday evening to Wedues- day morr~g with her son, Edmundi pitaiized at the University Hospital i In spite of snow on May i we in Minneapolis. knew that Spring was here because Miss Ma,rv Even of Yfhmeapo]is on April .30 Mr. Hem'y Bussman of " Fullertcm had come wit,h his box flew into Far~o and waS lof crocus ba]ssom~. A member of met {~ire and visia,dwithher~ ' ;(dks the RoG'r Kvan's. the staff arranged the flowers in = Sunday dirmec guests at the :q,prcpria,tc e~m~,ait:ers to show thei,' beanty This a:!nual co, stem~ of IXlr. Bt! srnal~ appeals to all the ro- I siden~ts who in their childhood gath- crcd t,he litlle Pasque flowers. We Daniel and St,,:ey, Mr'. Tim 5,:,.to a~d Miss Mary Evan. Mrs. Ray Broekman and cl~iiOxen were Thursday aftenmon visitors at the Roger White home. Mrs. Wayne Jacobsen vis.~ted at the White home. Mrs. Wayne Jacobsen visited at .the White lmme Ttmsday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C]p.k of Valley City visited Sl~day everfing at the H~xold Beaver home. M~. Art Orn attended the Mason Meeting in Cogswell Monday eve- rdng. Nell, son of the Bert EnervoId's ealisted in the Army and left Wed- nesday by train from Fargo for Ft. OAKES, NORTH DAKOTA Men., Tues., Wed., Thurs. - 1 show 8:00 P. M Fri., Sat., Sun., - 2 shows 7:15 & 9:15 P. M. Sunday Matinee -- 3:00 Sharp Midnight Cowboy coming in June THURSDAY, 'FRIDAY, SATURDAY. MAY 14 -- 15 -- 16 I~N~VlSIOIV COLOR by ~Lt~ ~.. m,~ ~. SUN., MEN., TUE., WED., MAY 17 -- 18 -- 19 -- 2~ AN LOOK A POLICE DETECTrVE! THIS IS THE TRUE STORY OF THE S=LF.CONFESSED OSTON SMA 2c,!n Century-Fox Lewis, Wash. Mr. Mauriee Orn and boys were Sunday dinner ~maests at the J. C. Totev/r~gen home. Mrs. Oliver Anderson visited Sat- urday afternoo~ a=. I~s Fran Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Darter Orn of West Fargo visRed a sh0~ time Friday evening at the Art Ora h(m~e. Mrs. Roger White and c ildrea visited ae,'- the Kenneth Barfl home in Gwinner Wedrmsday afternoon. Mr. D(mald Orn and son Steve, arrived Saturday at the Frank Orn home and returned to their home at Crosby, Minm Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger White drove to Alexandria, Minn. Thm'sday eve- ning on business. Mrs. White visi- ted= her sis~*r and family the John Kli~ers far a short time. ~ill : ! tee IF Here are 45 (count 'em) of the many people who perform over 200 different duties, in the average large hospital, to make sure you get the kind of care you need when you're sick. Most of them are highly skilled. Their pay scale - like everything else - keeps going up. So does the cost of new mediral and surgical equipment. So does the cost of supplies and life-saving medicines. As a result, hospital bills keep ~oing up, too. (Actually, we do better in North Dakota than some ~laces. Average hospital cost per day, per patient, is 44.11. Nationally it's $61.38). You probably haven't thought much about hospital care or hospital costs= Hardly any one does until they wind up as a patient. Then they're surprised. Don't wait. Visit your local hospital between May 10 and 16 during National Hospital Week and see what's going on. Sure, costs are up. But for a good reason. Your health. f OF NORTH DAKOTA 101 I~ ~ South , F~wgo, North Dakota SilO2 I Flowers from a sad occasion came earlier last week from the fttP.eral of Mr. Roger I/ayes, whose lunera[ wa~ in lh'cla. We thank the re]atives of thg young man for the two beautiful flo.wer arr:m2em*,':n~ts, at:(] we (,xte!-~d to them our sym- pathy in their tragic loss. q]IO weeks chtlFCi/ ,%('rvieos have beriI the LV;IUll ?hrce. The Nazarene Mitfistcr move'l Tllesdrly:s to Mon- day. The recording from St. Joh~ks ~Chureh c&me Thursday forenoon. Father McDonald met his group on Friday. Prep~ratk..~rm for the pteunia bor- d~s along the walks are being mad~ by J(~ Morgaa, who works long hard keeping these flowers hands(wne. Spring warmth and the tireless e~farts of the Bina br0hers have ~e lawns looking very green and pretty. While Mrs. Elsie Scbwarting was spending a weekend birthday cele- bration in Heela w~th her daughter, a .beautiful ptant came for her, se~ by a grandd~u~h,ter in Texas. We join in ~he congratulations to this May Day lady. Two resider~s who left an May 1 for this summer homes are Mr. Henry Duffelmeier and Mr. Edgar Hoybeek. We hope to see them again this fall. Mr. Fred McCartney, who has trusted h(mae soon. We er'-.: g'l.s;l t.o hear t.~at he feels b~er. Wc.r,:~ )~z~" been re~v:~(,d ti:~, ::. ~:m the K~te~enaires will prese:;t a t~rog'ram These occasion, \VJ~I : ~FS. It,up .b~:tult,}l/ilJs,en }Is di- ~ec:~r are n',wpvs ('ujoyed. ;~r- Louis l{erther atie::det the fl~>cral in fleela..Mwil 3 oehis fri(:nd DeVerne ~ftltZ~,'!lroH"~'F I Funeral ~rviees for Magdalene Oakes Manor tlest iWaId were held at St. Charles ill cn Sat.urday, May , Catholic Church of Oakes on Friday hospitalized and died !morni:u: ,May 8Lh a.t 10:00 a m..\, i\i:~y 4 ~ ti i,',iih F'a;her BiLz ,>ff e ating and years. F;!:}':'i" ~. ' i~'r',il:(' CI~Ss alld F':~.Iher ;,) ))'::t:l'J! hcr I'; '~?: ~,'i::;s as ,ald's six sons: Vale,~dne, kcs, l)ickcv, N. l).: .:'~t d:vw. Ack~m. Peter. ,loseph and of t.d~(~'" } ?y.~ N. D.: Mrs Mw~dalena WMd c ;erediAnton served as easketbearers,i Lmton. N. I)ak.: lthe I~os'oit;l"on turday .... IShe was in.teresa at St. Charles lypsiianti Michigan: - =~', . , ' ,~ "~ ~ C'Pho ie Cm'netery of 0akes The, - ' The pmasam nay ~unaay mac,e=. " - .. ....... " , \~qsbck, N. Dak.: itp-ossible for man'y of the Resi . ~naugen-~amwm. ~unerm home o~ (Dorothy) Sc,bl~sser der~ts to have an outing for the day I Oakes was m charge of arrange- of Buckley, Washington or part of at least, with their rela- ments. ! onica Wald SSND; Sisb fives ar friends. Those which had l Ma~4alene Wald, ~the daughter of Wald SSND; Mrs. M~ the oleasm-e are Mrs. Elizabeth ~ and Veronica Goss, was jine) Meyer, all of St. Broker en~ed a trip to Ellendale. born in Russia on .Jan .u~y., .19, 1894. Mrs. Fred Magdaler Mamie Don~an to ~hev /roche folks She came to America w~m nee par- Mrs. Fritb (Monica) at Hecla, S.D., Mrs. E/nee and end, s as an i~fant and' settled on a of Fammc w, Mrs. Eikenberry spent ~e day at farm near Wisbek, N. I)ak. She re- LaMoure, Mrs. Anna 'I'nompso~ ceived her early edtm~ion in this spent late a~maoo~ and ever~g at community and later married Adam the Gee Christenson farm. Mrs. Kat- Weld at Napoleon, N Dak. on Sept. ie I-ta~el spent .the evening at the 22, 1912. 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