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, i<2 if : i 2 LSH COUN SINGLE COPY $I.00 VOL. 132 ISSUE 48 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3,2015 / Photos: Larry Bid Above: Jacqi 7ikmund helps her son Owen clean up a tangled mess on the dock of Homme Dam during the Park River Area fourth grade shing derby. Top Right: Twins Emma and Sophia Markusen display the twin perch they caught at the same time at the derby. Bottom Right: Zander Swartz proudly shows off a nice Northem he caught at the fishing derby. Keep calm and rhubarb on Rllubarb Fest set said. "Our kitchen is also an im- portant part of the hospital." Jelinek said that they will have embroidered dishtowels, knives, cards, baked goods, unbaked frozen rhubarb pies and more for sale. While Jelinek said that the First Care Health Center Auxiliary is aware of the possible rhubarb tox- icity due to frost that has been re- ported in the news recently and on social media, she has contacted the NDSU Extension Service in Walsh County and is taking all precautions to notify the members of the Aux- iliary of different warning signs of inedible rhubarb plants. Jelinek added that she had rhubarb leftover from last season in her freezer and isn't too worried about the supply. Rhubarb Fest Cont page 6 By Allison Olimb of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- First Care Health Center Auxiliary will once again be bringing out the rhubarb for the 2015 and third an- nual Rhubarb Fest from 11 to 2 on Saturday, June 6 at the Park River American Legion. The event will feature different rhubarb sweets along with sand- withes and other Auxiliary gifts and crafts to raise money to help with the ongoing updates to the First Care Health Center hospital kitchen. The funds from the past two Rhubarb Fests have allowed the hos- pital to put in new stainless steel cab- inetry in the kitchen and remove the original cabinets. "We are very fortunate that the Auxiliary supports our hospital like they do,, First Care Health Center Marketing Coordinator and FCHC Auxiliary member Ruth Jelinek J New Park River shop is a little Accen'tdque By Allison Olimb of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Park River's newest little downtown shop combines accent pieces and antique pieces for a collection that is just a little eccentric. Owner Daphne Fallis has dubbed her store "Accen'trique" -- a made up word that says it all. Located in the former Butler's Thriftique and Prairie Roots loca- tion, this store is just a little bit dif- ferent than its predecessors. Ac- cen'trique is not a consignment store. "I have been selling on eBay for years and my shopping outsold my selling," she said. Daphne said that she purchased the building, which has an apart- ment that she rents out upstairs and a home for her collection down- stairs. She spent most of the winter Accen 'trique Cont page 6 Photo: Larry Biri Obituaries ____ See page 2 .StatTrack recap: Aggies See page 8 "Give a man a fish and you feed hm for a day; teach a man to fish and you -.feed,him for a Ifeume. Maimonides Two charged in PR apartment fire See page 2 Grads leave a wBd( See page 12