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PAGE 2 THE PRESS N,RCH 7, 2012 CaL 1L1L lEo,iT ,ar00e00t dle00iig00nLs con t ii]n.ae.00 USS North Dakota submarine crew asks for design ideas from the state BISMARCK, N.D. The USS North Dakota Comlnittee, in support of the second ship to be named for our state, USS NORTH DAKOTA (SSN-784), continues to call on the people of North Dakota to submit design ideas tbr the ship's crest. "We've received roughly a dozen design ideas to date," says Judge Bob Wefald (Ret.) the committee's chaimaan. "Designs range from free-hand sketches to professional graphic art. At this point, we would like to send a second push for people to submit their de- signs before the March 15 deadline." A ship's crest is unique to each U.S. Navy sublna- rine or surface ship. The USS NORTH DAKOTA will be commissioned in 2014 at which time it will be the latest and greatest addition to the Naval fleet. All res- idents are encouraged to submit their design idea. Samples of other state-inspired crests are available for viewing online at www.bismarckmandan.com/uss- northdakota along with details for submitting designs. All designs must be submitted to the USS North Dakota Colmnittee c/o the Bismarck-Mandan Cham- ber of Commerce, 1640 Burnt Boat Drive. Bismarck, N.D. 58503, no later than March !5, 2012. North Dakotans of all ages can submit designs. Designs may be delivered or emailed to  dotf@blsmarckmandan.com. For more information, visit www.bislnarckmandan.com/ussnorthdakota. Observing North Dakota Farm Bureau Week NORTH DAKOTA March 11-17. 2012 is North Dakota Fatal Bureau Week. The theme for this year's event is "I Am Agriculture." In honor of our theme NDFB held an "I am agriculture" photo essay contest on Facebook. The goal of the contest was to get peo- ple thinking about what agriculture means to them. Look for a winner during Farm Bureau Week. Once again Farm Bureau Week will feature the Safety Picture Con- test for third, fourth and fifth grade students. The contest helps build safety awareness. The top 10 win- ners will be announced during Farm Bureau Week, and all will re- ceive prizes with the first place drawing receiving the grand prize. Counties have come up with many great ideas for promoting agriculture during FB week. They are doing picture contests, ads and billboards, and safety messages shared in local schools. Some counties are even sending out DVD's to schools talking about where our food comes from. Oth- ers are holding ag days to educate the community about agriculture. NDFB is also encouraging members to utilize one of the many Fann Bureau benefits at your local Sam's club during NDFB Week. Sam's Club is holding an open house all week from 7am to 7pm and members are eligible for a $25 gift card at all North Dakota Sam's Club locations. North Dakota Farm Bureau is the most effective general farm and ranch organization in the state of North Dakota, with more than 27,000 members and 50 organized county Farm Bureaus. publish oil patch I .avearea,,ybig thankyou? We can help. Call 284-6333 I Dist. lo Democrats reorganize, elect officers CAVALIER, N.D. -- The District 10 Democratic NPL Party held its reorganizational meeting on Saturday, Feb. 18 at the Cedar Inn Steak House in Cavalier. Guest speakers included Heidi Heitkamp and Tom Potter seeking the endorsement for the United States Senate: ram Gulleson seek- ing the endorsement for the United States Congress; Ryan Taylor, can- didate for Governor; Brad Crab- tree, candidate for the Public Service Cormnission; and Ross Mushik, running for State Treas- urer. Newly elected District 10 Dem- ocratic NPL officers that were elected at the meeting include the following: Bob Nowatzki, Langdon, Dis- trict Chairman; Karen Crowston, Cavalier, District Vice Chair- woman; Hetty Walker, Pembina, Secretary/Treasurer: Dwight Bass- ingthwaite, Sarles, Vice Chairman, Cavalier County; Paul Bonaime, Neche, Vice Chairman. Pembina County; Brian Udby, Lankin; Vice Chairman, Walsh County; Kathy Stremick. Walhalla. District Sec- ond Rep. Delegates and alternates were also signed up for the State Demo- cratic NPL Convention scheduled for March 16. 17 and 18 at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks. A meeting was scheduled for a later date to endorse legislative candidates. Heitkamp Campaign accepting internship apps BISMARCK. N.D. -- Heidi for North Dakota is seeking college students to serve as totems ha the statewide campaign headquarters in Bismarck. "Interning in a campaign office provides students with a front row view of the political process," said Heidi Heitkamp. The former attorney general is a Democmtic-NPL candidate for U.S. Senate. Interns will participate in various activities to encourage peo- ple to vote. lntemships allow students to work closely with voters, to hone their communication, research and writing skills, and to learn a multitude of valuable professional skills. "Intemships are an excellent introduction to pub- lic service," said Heitkamp. "I encourage all interested college students to apply for this rewarding experi- erlce." College students interested in interning should sub- mit a restune and cover letter, by March 15, to: Heidi for North Dakota, P.O. Box 1577, Bismarck, N.D, 58502-1577 or email the materials to heitkamp- fomd@gmail.com. For more information, call 701-751-2629. Farm Rescue accepting apps for spring planting CAVALIER, N.D. Farm families in need of crop planting assistance this spring should apply now for help though Farm Rescue. The nonprofit organization is currently accepting planting re- quests from farmers in North Dakota, South Dakota. Minnesota, and eastern Montana. Farm Res- cue provides planting and harvest- ing assistance to farm families that have experienced a major injury, illness, or natural disaster. "It is very important that farm- ers apply early to receive top con- sideration," said Calli Stoudt, Program Coordinator of Farm Res- cue. "Don't assume that someone else needs the help more than you. We also accept anonymous refer- rals of farm families that may be in need of a helping hand yet hesitant to apply for assistance. All infor- mation is kept confidential and re- viewed only by our board of directors to select appropriate cases." Families assisted are selected based on a number of factors in- cluding extent of need, farm size, farm viability, and geographic lo- cation for moving equipment and volunteers in a timely manner. Al- though there is no deadline to apply, applications postmarked by April 1 receive priority considera- tion. Each family may receive up to 1,000 acres planted free of charge. Since 2006, Farm Rescue has as- sisted 160 farm families that have experienced hardships ranging from open-heart surgery and can- cer treatment to severed limbs and car accidents. "'Farm Rescue now has the equipment to plant cam in addition to small grains and soybeans{' said Bill Gross, President of Farm Res- cue. "We have added cam plant- ing equipment to assist more farm families with a wider variety of crop planting needs." For an application or more in- formation, go to farmrescue.org or call 701-252-2017 ]HE ILLUSTRATED BIBLE you need help, push your personal help button, which automatically dials the Lifeline Response Center. Trained Personal Response Associates who have instant access to your pertinent information will contact you immediately to see what help you need. Even if you can't answer, Lifeline will send the help you need right away and will follow-up to ensure that help did arrive and you are being cared for. sa.manra n II::YOHAREATRISKCAU. Lt/ettne OClC,  284-7115 Park River Psdlc RlVlt Good Samaritan Campus ,,.Hebean curse and swear. sayin  I do not now[he an! ?- Immediately a rooster crowed. And Peter remembered the Word of Jesus who had said to him, "Before t the rooster crows, you will deny Me three times'.' So he went out and wept bitterly. TTHEW 26: 74, 75 2012 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World righls reserved - Walsh CountyPr00s-s--Church Directory- PEMBINA HILLS LUTHERAN, MOUNTAIN ; TRINITY LUTHERAN, EDINBURG Sun.: 9:15 Trinity (10:20 Sunday School), 10:30 Vikur Tue.: 2:30 Bible Study at Borg, 9:30 Women's Bible Study at Trinity Wed.:4:20 Confirmation, 7:00 Lenten Services atTrinity ST JOHN'S NEPOMUCENE CATHOLIC CHURCH, PISEK Sat: 5 p.m. evening Mass {http://www.plbtriparish.org/) ST JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, LANKIN Sun.: 8:30 a.m. morning Mass {httpJ/www.plbtriparish.org/) STS. PETER & PAUL CATHOLIC CHURCH, BECHYNE Sun: 10:30 a.m. morning Mass (http'd/www.plbtriparish.org/) ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, CRYSTAL Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.. Tuesday: 5:30 p.m.. Thursday: 7 a.m. ST. BRIGID OF IRELAND CATHOLIC CHURCH, CAVALIER Saturday Mass: 5 p.m. Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m.. Monday& Friday: 7 a.m. Wednesday: 6:00 p.m. OUR SAVIOUff'S LUTHERAN CHURCH, PARK RIVER Sun.:9:00 a.m. Service Sunday/Adult StudyCoffee, 10 a.m. Worship/Communion/Senior Choir (http://www.parkriveroslc.com/) ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Sunday.: 9:30 a.m. Morning worship, 10:30 Sunday School ST. MARY'S CHURCH Saturday: 9:30 a.m. Good Sam. Center S p.m. St. Mary's, Park River Sunday: 8 a.m. St. Luke's, Veseleyville 10 a.m. St. Mary's, Park River FEDERATED CHURCH Sunday: 9 a.m. Worship (Fordville) 9:30 a.m. Sunday School (Park River) 10:45 a.m. Worship (Park River) Wednesday: 3:30 p.m. Confirmation VICTORY FREE LUTHERAN CHURCH, PARK RIVER Sunday: 11 a.m. Worship, Sunday School 9:45a.m. for all ages 3-adult Wed: 9 a.m. Men's Bible Study, WinGS 7:00 p.m., Youth Bible Study 7:00p.m. GRACE FREE LUTHERAN CHURCH, EDINBURG Sunday: 9 a.m. Church Services / 10:15 a.m. Sunday School Every Thursday: 9 a.m. Bible Study BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH, PARK RIVER Sunday: 9:30 .a.m. worship 10:30 a.m. Fellowship 11 a.m. Sunday School Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. prayer service SEND IN YOUR CHURCH'S SCHEDULE FAX 284-6091 WCPRESS @ POLARCOMM. 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No. 665320) is published weekly on Wednesdays "11 "v "r  for $34.00 per year in Walsl County, $38.00 for out of county, $42.00'per year tbr the rest of Terra Linn Office Manager Larry Bid Freelance Photographer Heidi Restemayer Ad Rep. 403 Briggs Ave. So., P.O. Box 49, Park River, N.D. 58270 Phone: (701) 284-6333. FAX: (701) 284-6091 E-mail: wcpress@polarcomm.com Nordmark Publishing Publisher 11 1st Ave. NE. Rolla, ND 58367 Allison Climb Editor-in Chief QJ{kpod .. _, Sa, mantan 301 Co. Rd 12B Park River Ph. 284-7115 Fax 284-7117 BECOME A CHURCH SCHEDULE SPONSOR $20.00 A MONTH/ CALL THE PRESS 284-6333 TODAY! Ye Olde Medicine Center * ] * * 10% Seninr Discounts * FREI- Mail Out Service EPS Kodak Kiosk FREE Blood Pressure Cheeks Hwy. 17 West * Park River 284-7676 AGASSIZ ANIMAL HOSPITAL *Complete Medical Services/ Surgical Services *Boarding *Grooming *Pet Supplies Daniel J. Koenig, DVM 284-6688 on Corrections Any error should be reported immediately. Please check the accuracy of yOur advertisement the first day of insertion. The Walsh CounB, Pr,s will offer a free reprint in the event of an internal error. BUSINESS HOURS The WaMa County Ps.s is ot'n from 9:30 a,m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuc,day throua Friday. Submission deadline is Thursday at ntm. Phone 701-284-6333 Fax 701-284-6091 Email: wcpress@polarcomm.com LETIFR/AREA VOK'ES POLICY The ll'bZvh Court 0 Press will accept letters to the editor and other submissions on issue of public interest. To be published letter/article mnst: - Be signed and include your address UnsLgned fetters will not be considered. Letter's may not be used to thank specific people or organizations. - The lValsh C.olttlfv Preas resewes the right to shorten letters, edit out factual errors and reject those deemed libelous. i poor taste or of a persoaal nature. - The Walsh Coun O, Press will not run letters from the same author two weeks in a row. All opimons expressed are those of the attthornd do no represent the opinions of The g'blsh County Press. illilillllk/w - Be legible - PTeference w.ill be given to letters from the Walsh Counb, area. Letters from outside the area will be considered if lhcy are of sufficient interest. / -