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JANUARY 23, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 3 %%% / Check out our new selection of jigsaw puzz A variety of adult puzzlds ' in assortments of 500,' (] 1000, or 1500 pieces, ( o many with larger size pieces for easy grasp. Sunsout Puzzles is a Made in America Product. Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: ~,~ FOR Al MEET AND GREET I:UNDRAISER FOR Tile Tim Hodek, Carl Kolbo, Brock Olafson, and Ethan Sampson Where: Double Deuce Bar in Edmore When: Wednesday Jan 23 from 5 to 8 pm What: Porketta Baked Potato Baked Beans Cost: $8.00 for adults (13 on up) $4.00 for kids (12 and under) They will be representing the State of North Dakota at the National Curling Championship in Boston Massachusetts January 25 Feb 2 2013 301 CoUllty, dl 12Bi, 284,7115~ !'''. I' ~l~' AUTO PARTS Park River Implement 284-6316 UNITEO -- Bank&lnsurance Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 Michigan ~ 259-2112 H oop -le ~ 894-6123 Crystal - 657-2168 110 4th St. E Park River I Jillltli Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! $300 Off till 1/31/13 -( CentralCityRernodelers corn All utilities paid / **Income Based Private Entrance with NO STEPS NOW AVAILABLE . .V v CallVicki 701-331-3826 I 701-352-2275 III /// Professionally Managed by IV / Prairie Homes Management 1-888-893-9501 ~,i~ -Walsh County Veterans Service Office ND Veterans Cemetery, Foundation In a letter from Alan Dohrmann, Board President of the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery Foundation, he states that through generous support over the years, we have built and maintained one of the premier veter- ans cemeteries in the nation as a final resting place. Our cemetery is a place of reverence, dignity and respect that truly honors all our veterans. The N.D. Veterans Cemetery was established by an act of the 1989 Leg- islative assembly and is operated by the Office of the Adjutant General of North Dakota. It is located 6.5 miles south ofMandan, N.D adjacent to Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, overlooking the Missouri River. It spans 35 acres and was opened in July 1992. Tax deductible donations made to the foundation assist in keeping in- terment costs for veterans at $0, the upkeep of the grounds, and staffing needs. Ways to give include direct cash (check), securities, real estate, and planned future giving through gift annuities, charitable trusts, life insur- ance and wills. If interested in giving a gitt, the cemetery foundation can be contacted at 701-667-1418. "Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, pro- tected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men we free." - Ronald Rea- gan For more information on the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery or its Foun- dation, visit www.ndguard.com/benefits (click on "Veterans Ceme- tery") or write to NDVCF, 1825 46th Street, Mandan, ND 58554-9943 or e-mail vetcemnd@ng.army.mil or call 701-667-1418. For a free brochure about the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery Foun- dation, contact the Walsh County Veterans Service Office 701-352-5030. Katrina Hodny * Walsh County Veterans Service Officer Administrative Building, 638 Cooper Ave, Grafton SAFE TO SLESP PubltcI lCh Walsh County Health District ' Short Shots The back to sleep campaign has been renamed the Safe to Sleep. Safe to Sleep looks at the sleep environment for infants to reduce the risk of SIDS and other sleep related causes of infant death. What is a safe sleep environment? Use a firm sleep surface such as a mattress in a safety approved crib, covered by a fitted sheet. (New crib guidelines were issued in 2011, so make sure your crib is safe). Do not use pillow, blankets, sheepskins, or crib bumpers anywhere in your baby's sleep area. i'" ' Keep; objects, toys and loose bedding out of baby's sleep Do not smoke or let anyone smoke around your baby. Make sure nothing covers the baby's head. Always place your baby on his or her back to sleep, for naps and at night. Dress your baby in light sleep clothing, such as a one piece sleeper, and do not use a blanket. Do not let your baby get too hot. Avoid products such as wedges and positioners as they have not been tested for safety or effectiveness. Baby should not sleep in an adult bed, on a couch, or on a chair alone, with you, or anyone else. Room sharing is encouraged (baby sleeps in the same room you sleep in), but bed sharing is not recommended. For more information on crib safety guidelines go to http://www.cpsc.gov Dear Family and Friends Thank you so much for your recent sup port during my hospitalization A special thanks to my husband John and son Jeff for your prayers and for being with me during my surgery Also to Dr Joel John son Tami Clementson PAC all the Staff and the Altru Home Care services for their wonderful care Thanks to Father Sam Father Gary for your prayers and visits Last but not least thank you to my grandchildren and everyone for all of your thoughts and prayers Another special thanks to those who brought food and ran errands during this time God bless you all Betty Soukup ;en, Stevens to exhange vows Bethany Heggen (Fargo, ND) and Lucas Stevens (East Grand Forks, MN) are excited to announce their engagement to be married February 16th, 2013. The wedding celebration will be held at St. Mary's Church of Park River, ND followed by a reception and dance at the Park River City Hall. Bethany is a 2001 graduate of Park River High School and a 2005 graduate of the University Of Mary with her Bachelors degree in Nursing. She will be employed as a Registered Nurse in the Emer- gency Center at Altru Health Systems after the wedding. Lucas is a 2005 graduate of Huron High School and a 2010 grad- uate of South Dakota State University with his Bachelors degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Management. He is currently employed with the United States Geological Survey as a Hydrologic Tech. Parents of the bride are Bruce and Mary Heggen of Park River, ND. Parents of the groom are Stephen and Mary Jane Stevens of Huron, SD. The couple will reside in East Grand Forks, MN. Cr a,P G,qoA! . , sa, mantan k2J ~'~~ Happenings at Our Good Samaritan Monica Simon ADC Here it is past the middle of January and the days are already getting longer. We of course are nice and warm here at the center. Our weekly Bible Study is now being led bu our new volunteer Jeannen McMillan and our weekly Hymn Sing is now being led bu Cheryl Cox. We are so thankful to have these wonderful new volunteers and we thank them for choosing the GSC to share their talents. Jeannen will also be visiting residents. Carla Nygard also assisted with Hymn Sing. We look forward to our special events for January and February. January 24 3:00 Auxiliary Program and Lunch'hosted by OSLC" January 3 t 3:00 Ice Cream tasting February 7 3:00 Piano Music with Father Luiten February 7 2:30 Monthly Communion Service February 8 7:30 Mennonite Singers February 14 3:00 Monthly Birthday Party hosted by the Park River American Legion Auxiliary February 28 3:00 Auxiliary lunch and program provided by Federated Church of Park River We would like to thank our volunteers this week. Devotional leaders were Lois Ydstie, Dorothy Novak, Rev. David Hinrichs, Jan Novak, and Corrine Ramsey, our accompanists were Jan Novak, Mary Seim and Monica Simon. Shirley Sobolik led Rosary, Father Luiten led Mass and Sunday Services were led by Rev. Paul Kiel. Terry Hagen assited with nail's time. 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