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PAGE 10 THE PRESS MAY 23, 2012 Week y SUDOKU 9 by Linda Thistle 5 7 2 7 7 9 4 4 8 3 5 6 2 3 3 5 2 7 2 1 9 8 2 1 9 6 3 5 Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine. DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: * * r Moderate *- * Challenging * HOO BOY! (c2b 2012 King Features Synd., Inc. I. Name the group that had hits with "The Angels Listened In" and "Step By Step.'" 2. What was the name of the Beatles' final album? 3. Who released "ttere She Comes Now'," and when? 4. When did the Rolling Stones first get together? 5, Which artist had hits with "Superstition" and "! Just Called to Say 1 Love You"? (Hint: He was born Stevland Hardaway Jud- kins.) 6. What artist wrote and released "'Dirty Diana," and when? Bonus for knowing the album name. Answers 1. The Crests. The group also scored a major hit with "!6 Candles" in 1958. The song was covered by Stray Cats tbr.the 1984 movie of the same name. 2. ,Z'Let It Be," released in 1970. 3. The Velvet Under- ground, on their "White Light/White Heat" album in 1968. Lou Reed, the song's wTiter, was still w'ith the group at that point. The song was used in the 2009 movie "Advcntureland." 4. In 1962 at the Marquee Club in London. Their first record, "Conic On," canine out in June 1963. 5. Stevie Wonder. The songs went to No. 1 on both the Itot 100 and R&B charts. 6. Michael Jackson, in 1986, on time "'Bad" album. ,) 2012 King Features S)nd., Inc. 1. CIIEMISTRY: What two elements are combined to make bronze? 2. M['ASUREMENTS: How many furlongs are in a mile? 3. tlISTORY: What was the first permanent English settlement in America? 4. ANATOMY: In which part of the body would you find the metatarsal bones? 5. GEOGRAPtlY: in which city would you find the t:amous Camaby Street? 6. LANGUAGE: What common item used to be know'n as "India rubber ? 7. GENERAL KNOWL- EDGE: What does the Apgar Scale measure? 8. U.S. PRESIDENTS: Who was time only U.S. pres- ident to be sworn into office by his father? 9. SPORTS: Who was the first person officially to run a mile in less than 4 min- utes? 10. ANIMAL KING- DOM: Which species of big cat cannot retract its claws? Answers !. Copper and tin 2. Eight 3. Jamestown, Va. 4. The tbot 5. London 6. An eraser 7. Newborns' conditions 8. Calvin Coolidge 9. Roger Bannister 10. Cheetah ' : _0l_ King Features S\\; nd,, Inc. 00prts by Chris Richcmek 1. In 1973, there were four no-hitters tossed in the American League. Two were by Calitbrnia's Nolan Ryan. Name either of the other two pitchers. 2. Which of these left- handers had more 20-win seasons: Vida Blue, Tom Glavine or Ron Guidw? 3. Who reached 100 col- lege football victories quicker --- Urban Meyer or Bud Wilkinson? 4. Name the all-time lead- ing scorer in Clippers fran- chise history. 5. What was the last time before November 2011 that the HIlL's Boston Bru- ins went a calendar month without a single loss in regulation? 6. In 2011, driver Sebas- tim] Vettel set a Formula One record by winning 15 poles in a season. Who had held the mark?  . . 7. True or false: Martina Navratilova ws in every Wimbledon's women's sin- gles final during the 1080s. AIIsers 1. Kansas City's Steve Busby and Texas" Jim Bib- by. 2. Glavine did it five times; each or" the others did it three times. 3. Wilkinson needed 1 l l games to do it; Meyer did it in I I 8 games. 4. Randy Smith, with 12,735 points. 5. It was 1969. 6. Nigel Mansell won 14 poles in 1992. 7. False. She was in every final from 1982-89, xin- ning six ol'them. :L'. 2012 King Features S;nd., Inc. 1. Is the book of Zephaniah in the Old or New Testament or neither? 2. From 2 Samuel 24, to whom did Gad ask, "Shall seven years of famine come unto tl'lee"? Davhl. Joshua. Isaiah. Jonah 3. After her first husband's death, whom did Ruth mar- ry? A4alachi. Joel. C),rus, BO(IZ 4, Of these, what name was shared by 33 people in the Bible (KJV)'? David. Zecha- riah, Daniel, tlaggui 5. Who fathered 70 sons ith his many w-ives? So/o- mort, Jacob. Gideon, Esau 6. From I'.'xodus 33, who sav the back of God? Adam, A;oah. Abraham, Alosex? ANSWERS: 1) Old; 2) David; 3) Boaz; 4) Zecha- riah: 5) Gideon; 6) Moses "'Firsts: Origin,s" of Everydo," Things That Changed t/w World, "" is availableJi'onl A lpha,,'Pengztin lntblishing. 2012 King Features %b nd., Inc. PERS()NAL FINAN( :IAL PROBLEMS *PAID 353825 MUST HAVE $17,500" Kirsten Baesler has more than 20 years" experience as a teacher, administator, school board member and federal state and local public education advocate working on behalf o[ North Dakota's students. I BI9  I. 6 L L L 9 lS 6 P 9 -U-K-U-(FC-z--C--9- I b Z  I t7 9 6 9 I f 9 6  ; L Z 9 9 6 gt Z 8 1;'  t t7 L 9,6i s 9 z 9 Z  L  9 g 6 _ 9 6 Zig I. , JOMSUV nNoons 4IHaOM 5 II ONGOING EVENTS II CANCER SUPPORT, PARK RIVER Cancel" Suppol meets at 7 p.m. the third Thursday of each month in the din- ing room of the Sunrise Apts. Good Salnaritan Society - Park River. Everyone Welcome. CANCER SUPPORT, GRAFTON Unity Medical Center's Cancer Support Group will meet in the conference room at the hospital the first Monday of every, month. The Cancer Support Group will meet at 5 p.m. for one hour. Come and share your story of loss, straggles, triumphs and tips tbr coping with cancel" with others who are in similar situations as yours. Support N-oups are not just for people who have had cancer. Please contact Jayne at 352-1620 or email at GOOD SNRITAN AUXILIARY, PARK RIVER The Good Samaritian Society - Park River Auxiliary will meet at 2:30 p.m. the fourth Thursday of each month. All interested friends and relatives of the residents are welcome to attend. FCHC AUXILIARY MEETING, PARK RIVER The FCHC Auxiliary meets at 2:30 the second Friday of every month at the Ambulance building. APOSTOLIC FAITH CHURCH SERVICES, PARK RIVER Starting Sunda; April 29 Apostolic Faith Church will be holding church services in Park River. Everyone welcome. We will be meeting in the corrlmunity room of the city building with Sunday worship service at 6 pm. For more information please call Steven Schueller at 701-739-2884 or Ben Burling at 284-6419. II "POOMINO00V00NTS II WC SOCIAL SERVICE BOARD MEETING, GRAFTON The Walsh County Social Service Board will be holding their lnonthly meeting on Thursda); May 24 at 9:00 a.m. in the Meeting Room at Walsh County Social Services. The board reserves the right to close the meeting and go into executive session, at any time it becomes necessary to discuss confidential information. Persons needing special accommodations should contact Twila Novak, County Social Service Director at 352-5105. BRIDAL SHOWER, LANKIN A bridal shower will be held at the Lankin Fire Hall on Saturday, May 26 at 10 am for Crosley Francis, future bride of Nathan Zahradka ofLandn. Crosley is the daughter of Roberta (Miller) Francis of Fordville. The coupe is registered at Target, Sears, and Bed Bath and Beyond. Anyone interested in participating on the shower committee please contact Haley Nielsen, Fordvilk, 701-270-0209. Everyone is welcome. A July wedding is planned at Fordville ' KICK Boo BARREL CLINIC, PARK RIVER Kick Booty Barrel Clinic designed tbr beginners, from children to adults! Monday, May 28,, 1-5 p.m. Arena opens at noon. Clinician: Lexi Fursteneau, very knowledgeable with many achievements under her belt. $20 per person with your horse, get advice and tips on getting started the correct way or help improving your runs. $10 for auditor, bring your lawn chairs. This event is hosted by the Walsh County Saddle Club at their new Ague Arena. There will be no cancelation because we also have the indoor arena. Join us for a fun afternoon of learning! Limited to l 5 horse/riders. You must RSVP as soon as possible to be guaranteed a spot, send $20 per person with t-shirt size to Cyndi Hummel, 12821 CR 1, Walhalla, N.D. 58282. (All pre-paid participants will receive an event t-shirt!) More questions? Message Cyndi on fhcebook or call/text 701-370-2545. II .PcoM,NoEv0000s II MINTO AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY MEETING, MINTO Minto American Legion Auxiliary next meeting will be held at the Minto Community Center Monday, May 28 after time Memorial Day meal. All members , are welcome to attend. I- CITY-WIDE RU/VV,IAGE SALE, PARK RIVER , The Park River City-Wide Rumlnage Sale will be held Saturda); June 2. Look tbr a map in the upcoming issue of The Walsh County Press! WFLA KOSOBUD LODGE 106 MEETING, LANKIN WFLA Kosobud Lodge 106 will meet at the Lankin Senior Center on Sunday, June 3. We will have a 12:30 potluck meal and a 1:30 meeting will follow. 75 and 50 year members will get their pins. New members are also invited to attend. We hope to see you all there. BLOOMS IN JUNE PLANT SALE, PARK RIVER The Park River Community Club Blooms in June Plant Sale will be held on Wednesda); June 6 at 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 in the Fair Room at the Park River hockey arena-510 6th St. W. Park River, N.D. For more information or to donate plants contact: Ruth Jelinek at 701-284-4589. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL, PARK RIVER Our Saviour's Lutheran Church will host Vacation Bible School from 8:45 am - 3:00 pm on June 13-15 for students in Pre-K- 6th grade. Register by May 30. Call 284-6197. MINNESOTA TWINS BASEBALL CLINIC, PARK RIVER The Minnesota Twins will host a Play Ball! Minnesota Youth Clinic at Veto Halvorson Field in Park River on Saturda); June 16. The clinic is flee and open to anyone between the ages of 6 and 16 and no registration is required. Kids ages 6 - 9 years should arrive at 9:00 AM, kids ages 10 - 16 years should arrive at 10:30 AM. MOUNTED SHOOTING EVENT, PARK RIVER Wild Rice Peacemakers Cowboy Mounted Shooting Club is coming to Park River! Saturday, June 16 at 12:30 p.m. at the Aggies Riding Arena south of the Park River hockey arena. To participate in the clinic and learn please contact Corri Bell at (701) 229-3318 or Joleen Swartz at (701) 331-3945. Demonstration at " 12:30 with free admission. A clinic tbr those who want to register & participate will follow the demonstration, cost tbr the clinic is $35.00 per participant & pre- registration is required. Clinic is all afternoon & you must provide your own horse & tack, all other equipment will be provided. 6, CZECH HERITAGE MASS, RURAL LANKIN Sunday, June 24, St. Peter and Paul Bechyne Church will be having a Czech Heritage Mass at 10:30 p.m. and a diuner and dance. Dinner will be held 12:00 p.m. -2:00 p.m. and the dance will be held 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. the Out of Town Czechs will be providing the music for the dance. 4 miles south and 5 miles west o.fLankin ..................................... SAVE THE DATE: CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION, DAHLEN - Save the Date: Dahlen, N.D. will be celebrating its centennial on Saturda); July 7. The Dahlen Centennial committee has many events planned. Souvenirs are and will be available. Vendors will also be at the celebration. Details to follow: SAVE THE DATE: ANTIQUE TRACTOR RIDE, LANKIN Save the Date. Saturday, July 21. Lankin's 6th Annual Antique Tractor Ride. 1960 tractors or older to participate. 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