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Page 6 SCHOOL THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, NARCH I I, 20 I 5 Hayshakers Rock the House with lesson in exnth00 By Ea Sobak  and into "the house." Then it FAIRDALE, N.D. The  ', was game on! Thur., March Hayshakers now know" that a  i- --- - Wed. March 18 Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: pancakes, sauce,juice L: chicken hot dish, carrots. dimler roll, sauce Fri- B: oatmeal, toast, sauce L: tomato up, grilled chee. crackers *Men- B: French toasl stix, sauce L: chicken hot dish, carrots. dinllcr roll, s21uce Tues- B: omelets, toast, sauce L: chili, cllee, crackers, caramel rolls, sauce \\;Ved- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: subs w/turkey, maceironi salad, pretzels, salad, Reese's double chocolate cookies FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or reg. tray are served daily. "rhm-s- B: waffles w/blueDerry topping, juice L: chicken fajitas w/assorted toppings, chicken tlavorcd rice, fruit cups Fri- B: caramel rolls, assorted cereal, juice L: grilled cheese, tomato soup, crackers, fresh fruit Mon- B: assorted cereal, toast, juice L: chili cheese corn fritters w/assorted toppings, fruit cups Tues- B: breakfast burrito L: subs w/assolffed .ioppings; nachos, macaroni salad, ftit,i :',:. sauce ' ' : ::, : : ........ Wed- B: French toast. corn, fruit salad MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with all meals. MINNESOTA ;TATE UNIVERSITY, MANKATO Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: hm'd shell taco& refried beans Fri-B muffins , yogurt L: fish sandwich, con Men-B:C3t2gS; 'Saua;oast B: sub sandwiches, potato chips Tues- B: omelets, toast L: chicken hot dish. bread sticks Wed- B: pancakes, syrup L: corn deN.s, baked beans, potato chips PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun burster, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk are served daily. Thtrs-B: omelets, toast L: chicken/rice, %-%, roll, broccoli Fri- B: cereal, toast L: cheese pizza, carrotinis Nlon- B: breakfast on a stick L: Tues- B: cereal, toast L: pizza Fockets, cmwofinis Wed- B: wattles, sausage L: nmcarcmi hot dish, corn VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Fresh veggies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternah've to the entree. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA ttam, baked potato, carrots, dinner roll Fri- grilled cheese, tomato soup, corn Mort- hamburgers, Smilie lx_tatoes, green beans Tues- popcorn chicken, French fries, carrots \\;Ved- soft-shell taco, retried beans corn, salsa VALLEY- EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. HAS YOUR CORN FARM LOST MONEY? Thurs- chicken strips, mas!md : potatoes/gravy, corn Fri- cheese piT.a, ycYgml Men- spaghetti /meat sauce, garlic bread sticks, peas Tues- chicken novxtle hot dish, bread and buttel; corn \\;Vcd- lasagna, garlic toast, green lmans - :, VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, veggie ba G dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with aH meals. Thurs-rice pilaL chicken, e&% roll Fri- tomato coup, grilled chce, brownies Mon- hambm;,zers, \\;G buns, chee, tomato slices, macaroni_ dad : Tue- waffles, satmage linkS Wed- chili, crackers, cheese brown bread, ccokie "Hog Line" is not a leash for a pig, and a "'hack" is llot some- thing you have for a week after the lair. All sports have their own jargon, but curlers really "sweep it to the boards." 4- Hers learned quite a bit of the lingo and most of the rules, so they were able to actually play the game at their February 15th meeting. Members met at the Hodek farm at 1:00 "on the button" and proceeded to "hulq 7 hard" all the way to the Lake Region Curling Club in Devils Lake, North Dakota. Tim Hodek, Sara Hodek, Eva Sobak, and club leader, Mark Hodek, are all avid curlers and members of LRCC. Several other mem- bers of the curling club, in- cludhag David Steffen, Sydney Steffen, and Abbey Kitchens, were also in attendance in order to assist the Hayshakers. The first step was just getting accustomed to the ice. Next they were taught how to "slide out," and they learned to "de- liver a stone." At last they were instructed in the art of "sweeping," though neither the broom nor the motion would be useful in a barn. Soon the Hayshakers were throwing rocks all the way across the opposite hog line Photos: Submitted Top: Alex Storhoff, Co00on Skorheim, Ethan Okeson, Mark Hodek, Heather Okeson, Sydney Steffen, Eva Sobak & Even Bobak watch Sara Hodek prepare to deliver a rock. Bottom Left: Leader Mark Hodek helpds Ethan Okeson with his deliven/. Bottom Right: Heather Okeson sliding out. After they had been curling for some time, the Hayshakers took a "'time out" and went in- side to hold their meeting in the upstairs viewing area. Aside from the routine busi- ness, 4-Hers also discussed the archery program, and upcom- ing events like Proiect Expo, Communication Arts, and Lake Region Project day. "Spares" at the meeting were Even Sobak and Alex Storhoff. Following the meeting, members took a "fifth end break," and sat down to enjoy Little Caesar's Pizza-Pizza, with a choice of either pepper- oni or Canadian bacon. With eight pizzas disappearing, there definitely seemed to be "hog line violations!" Mr. Sobak offered water or a choice of soda pops for the beverage. The dessert was Scotch-o-Krispie bars with chocolate topping and Valen- tine sprinkles, prepared by Mrs. H0dek. When they fin- ished their meal, 4-Hers went back out for an "extra end"and continued to throw rocks at houses. Editor :s" Note. Sobak is the club reporter Jor tlayshakei:s" 4-H Club. Two area students named to Dean's List :': ..... VALLEY CITy, N.D. -- Valley The Dean's Honor Roll recog- Area students include: City State University has released nizes students who completed 12 se- Andrew J. Evenson of Edin- its Dean's Honor Roll for fall se- mester hours or more with a grade burg mester 2014. point average of 3.50. Paige Rayann Hanson of Gmfion Woinarowicz named to honor list at Mankato MANKATO, Minn. -- The AcademicHigh Hon- ' To qualify foracademic honors, undergraduate stu- or arfi]Shlistg (De/in sts) for the pas{ fall"ge - dents nmst bremoffed for afleast' 12 credit liru!for mester at Minnesota State University, Mankato have been announced by Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Marilyn Wells. Among 3,046 students, a total of 735 students qual- 21: ified for the High Honor List by achieving a 4.0 straight "A" average, while 2,3 11 students earned a 3.5 to 3.99 average to quality for the Honor List. the semester. Named to Honor List from Grafton, N.D., Lex- ie Woinarowicz, SO. Minnesota State Mankato, a comprehensive uni- versity with 15,376 studems, is part of the Minnesota State Colleges & Universities system, which com- prises 31 state institutions. UND releases its Fall 2014 D.J. Robertson List GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The University of North Dakota has published the names of students, mostly freslunen, who are eligible to receive the D.J. Robert- son Award for earning "'straight A's'" during the 2014 Fall Semester. The award is presented to students who earn 4.0 grade point averages (straight A) for the semester, while com- pleting a minimum of 12 graded hours of academic coursework. The award honors the late D.J. Robe,son, the first dean of UND's University College and a fac- ulty member for 37 years. Robertson helped create Uni- versity College in 1955 and served as its dean until re- tiring in 1978. He passed away in 1993. Alphabetically by hometown mad name, the 2014 area Fall Semester D.J. Robertson students are: NORTH DAKOTA: Grafton - Enrique Balderas IV, Emily Deutz UND releases Fall 2014 Deans List GRAND FORKS, N.D. = The University ofNot, h Dakota today re- leased its 2014 thll semester Deans List. It comprises students whose grade point average are in the top 15 percent of the enrollment in each of the University's degree granting colleges and schools. A student must have completed no fewer than 12 se- mester hours of academic work for the semester, of which eight or more hours must be graded work rather than "satisfactory/unsatis- PaCtOlW." Here, listed alphabetically, are the students who made the fall 2014 area list: NORTH DAKOTA: Adams - William Bata, Michael tfatlks: Drayton -Ali Church, Ket- ton Karboviak, Jack Stellon: Edin2 burg - Sadie Sondeland; Edmore - Katerina Hoime; Forest River - Benjamin Woods; Grafton - Enrique Balderas IV, Emily Deutz, Jennifer Hartje, Torin Heidt, Stephanie John- son, Sydney Jolmson, Jolm Leclerc, Zachary Peterson; Hampden - Am- ber Logie, Cassie Logie; Hensel - Koree Vivatson; Lakota - Erica Anderson, Adrian Grotte, Madison Sloan; Lawton - Molly Nienhuis; Milton - Katelyn Paulson; Os- nabrock - Jayme Balsdon; Park River- Sarah Orstad; Saint Thomas - James McCamley, Abby PapenfLLsS I st Graders Celebrate Dr.Seu00' Birbhday By Barb Forsgren PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Green Eggs and Ham7 That's what we ate this week. It all began with Dr. Seuss' birthday on Monday, March 2nd. On that day we participated in "Read Across America" and en- joyed some quiet time with a fa- vorite book. Tuesday, we read the Dr. Seuss stories Green Eggs and Ham and One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish, while we dined on real green eggs and haln. Then we made a picture graph of all three class's results and an overwhelm- ing majority of the first graders de- cided they liked green eggs and ham! Afterward we relaxed and read some Dr. Seuss books with a I st grade partner from a different class. Over the course of the month of March we will be reading as many Dr. Seuss books as we can. The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go! Dr. Seuss Editor :' Note.: Forsgvn is a first grade teacher at Park River Area Etementa O, School. Despite ChinEs refusal to approve Syngenta's GMO seed, Syngenta continued to sell its seed to U.S. corn farmers When China banned U.S. corn imports, the price of corn fell dramatically, and corn farmers across the country lost BILLIONS of dollars. We represent individual farmers. 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