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OMMUNITY THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MAY I 8,2016 Pa e 5 By Margaret Erickson HOOPLE, N.D. .... A short editorial .for the P.R. Press. "Our Lord has written the promise of the resurrection in every leaf of Springrime." Editor Note: Erickson & Ji'om Hoop/e, N.D. time to By Bob Hagen PARK RIVER, N.D. ......... I wasn't going to write another article to the paper but after hearing what Mr. Obamajust did, I have to choice. First, I want to thank Allison and the fine folks at the Walsh Coun- ty Press for publicizing the other articles I have submitted the last 2 years. Not many people have ever commented but thank God for free speech ! For some reason this man who calls himself President continues to act like a dictator. He's decided that ALL schools must have accom- modations for transgendered people. [!tow come no outrage from Chris- tians? He says it's not law but if the states don't submit or bow to the emperor, federal funds may be cut om Many say that in Romans 13, God's word says we are to obey the government in all things - this is not true! Romans 13 is written to the Church about Church Govern- ment. I am so sick and ashamed of the apathy of people. If anyone thinks this is hate-speech or bigoted, that's not true! Read Romans Chapter 1 and you tell God to change his word! We as a once great nation are in jeopardy of losing all our freedoms! It's time to turn to God and make Jesus Christ your Lord! Thank you and May God heal our land. In His Service, Bob Hagen. Editor ;s' Note." Hagen is./?om Park Rivet: ND "J~l, TT'r~I, Tr'=I Jr~T "l~,-~.~r-r'L-r/~ "r,T',h i~,. i w y'l. i, t-~'r~ /~ peeling o1: cooking. Throw away tbods that have sat out longer than two hours. Any leftovers that have always remained refrigerated may be kept for up to four days in the refrigerator. Keep fresh f -uits and vegetables separate from raw meat, poultry or seafood in your refiigerator. Store all meats below other fbods in your refrigerator. Make sure you set the ret gerator temperature to 40"F and the freez- er to 0F and check these with an appliance thermometer. If in doubt, throw it out! i --'--'E,,~L.~U~E --'--~ :," --" i~ -2.; --'~:7-2-L.-'~-~ J.-.,~,.;---'- --- The points were achieved incover what personal changes need multiple ways such as, exercising to take place to make them feel bet- for 30 (5 pts.) or 45 minutes (7 pts.), ter." 64 oz of water/day, stop eating be- Endresu[ts were as follows: fore 8 p.m. (3 pts.), 2 servil~s of Highest percentage ofi~ight fruit (3 pr/, :1: tl reesser % gg f%g- lost: Tony M crvik Park RiVer, ND etables (5 pts), no sugary treat 6 of Perfect Healthy Living points: 7 days (5 pts.), keeping a food jour- Shannon Heston Tucson, AZ, nal (5 pts.), and 5 bonus points each Roger Moe Park River, ND, Robert week fbr maintaining lowest weight Bordner Chelan, WA, Larry Om- of the challenge. Each week members would tal- dahl Park River, ND, Kelsy Bor- ly their points and report their dner Chelan, WA, Jillian Ro- weight and total Healthy Living bideaux Richmond, VA, Angela points to Peppi. Weekly account- Tauer Park River, ND, Jake able is a large fiactor in keeping the Schauer Park River, ND, Floris members oftllis challenge active fbr Link Graflon, ND, Emily Zikmund the entffe8 weeks. Park River, ND, Emily Koenig "Weight loss is usually the pri- Park River, ND, Connie Anderson mary goal in other fitness chal- Krebs, OK,, Bonnie Mohagen lenges. More than lbr each mere- Grafion, ND, Beth Wharam Park ber to drop weight," said Peppi, River, ND, Ann Omdahl Park "My goal was to have participants River, ND, Alyssa Schauer Park leam alxmt their daily habits and dis- River, ND. f -% Photo: Submitted Above: ND Senator Heidi Heitkamp recently had a chance to meet with individuals from the North Dakota Optometric Ass0ciali0n on Tuesday, April 19, 2016 in Washington, D.C. to discuss ways to improve vision care and expand primary eye care to rural patients. In the photo is Dr. Dori Carlson from Park River. By David Larson [ ] for The Press I Late- (Very Late-) Breaking News r PARK RWER N.D. -- A I teac o in Conway comm.t d I for Park River May, 1916 suicide. Not only did the paper provide her name, it also reportedi:: the situation in detail. She was 22/ and had taught in Conway for three yers. She had returned around 11 '. from autq,r!d w!th ,( nan s :. name menti6ned). She ta!kedi i Miss Hazel WilliamS, wJl : had (Wadge Avenue, from 7th Streetto with her roommate about her ira- worked for the Gazette for the past Vivian), and the trunk line (Down pending wedding--then, an hour several months, has resigned to go Vivian fi'om Wadge to the river) or so later, took poison. The to herclaim near Hathaway, Mon- would cost the city $12,901.88. cause was carbolic acid and ether, tana. She will prove up soon. Park River was getting ready The other newspaper, which did- Miss Irene Farup's marriage to Ibr the first game at the new ball- n't mention her name, stated that I. Hanson will take place in June. park (a bit east of the flour mill). there was no evidence of suicidal The sewer systern is now under The ground had been plowed and intent, construction. Crews arrived after the lumber to build the six-foot Among the weddings reported midmonth, and within two weeks outfield fence was on the ground. was that of George Parke and had laid over 600' of the trunk line. Two players from out of town had Amanda Grovom. The work is primarily between the already been signed and two more The 1915 wheat crop in North septic tank and the outlet i11to the : signatures were expected. Among Dakota amounted to 152 Million river. A deeper digging machine the local players who might play bushels. Our state'soutputwas will arrive at the end ofthe month . were: Bill Spornitz, Emmet second only to Kansas. Agricul- to start trenching at the end of the O'Hara, Harry Overbye, and Nick tural productivity was rising. In trunk line (Wadge Avenue andSimmer. The first home game 1903 the average yield per acre Vivian Street). The way things was scheduled with Grafton, on was 12.9 bushels per acre; in were looking in May, the first June 1, at 6:30. 1912 it reached 15.9. lateral line for the city sewer The Lyric Theater announced that it would only show films tour nights a week. They would be dark on Tuesdays and Thurs- days (They didn't even need to mention that there would be no films on the Sabbath.) Early in the month, Dorothy Gish starred in "Old Heidelberg." The ag school, now in its third year, still teaches "Norse". It held itg' third o'mtriendement on June 2. Among the five graduates was Albert Hilton Bennington. A terrible dust storm raged for a couple days in mid-month. The agricultural school instruments measured gusts of 65 mph on one day, and 60 mph on the next. One Sunday lights had to be used almost all day., NC Olson of Hoople advertised the new Overland '615. Among its features: 102" wheelbase, dimmer switches for the headlights, a 25- hp motor, left-hand drive, a mag- netic speedometer, and a full set of tools. All this you could get for $595. of with Your classified ad will appear in all 89 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for only Call your newspaper or 1.866-685-8889 details HELP WANTED Daily Bread Farms. 763-286-2037. NUTRITION EDUCATION ASSISTANT, EFNEP & FNP/Burleigh BULLS & LIVESTOCK FOR SALE and Morton Counties, NDSU Extension Service in Bismarck, North 2 YEAR OLD Black Angus and Sim Angus Bulls. Quiet disposi- Dakota. Screening Date: May 18; open until filled. Apply at: tions, good feet and fed a growing ration. Semen tested, poured and http://jobs.ndsu.edu/postings/7535 NDSU is an EEO/AA- foot rot shots prior to delivery. Call Lawler Angus Ranch for com- M/F/VET/Disability Employer. plete EPD's and pedigree info. 701-782-4280. SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST needed in Grafton, ND TREES FOR SALE Public School. 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