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%ff : _" L_- : L - Co 1.00 ISSUE NUMBER 48 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2012 Funding the Fourth fireworks Right: Park River fireman Kelly Houser helps direct the water hose for Brynn Johnson at the fundraiser at the Park River Fire Hall on Monday. Below: Hundreds of hungry customers turned out for hamburgers, hot dogs and beans at the Park River Fire Hall for the departments annual 4th of July fireworks fund raiser. Norl h Country opens in PR By Allison Olimb of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D.--When Barbara Field set the opening date of North Country Treats and Treasures in Park River, N.D., for June 1, tier life was much different than it is now. On April 20 a dev- astating fire engulfed her family's Stephen, Minn., home in a mat- ter of minutes and took with it her 4- year-old child, Matthew Milhem. He was the youngest of her eight children. The vendors at her Park River location thought that the June deadline and even the store itself might not happen, but Field was determined to con- tinue on. She said the project became a wel- come distraction. As the weeks and days got closer, every nook and shelf began to fill up with various treasures and on May 31, it was decided. The store was ready. Similar to Field's Graflon location, a big feature of the store is her handcrafted chocolates, fudge, candies, muffins, and candied apples, but that isn't all shoppers will find. Various yen- t Above: Barbara Field and her daughter Brooke Starkweather display just a few of the items sold at North Country in Park River. Right: Barbara Field works on her sweets in the North Country kitchen. dors and consignors have their items on display. Homemade purses, candles, cro- cheted jewelry, lo- tions, quilts, antiques, and collectables all make up North Coun- try with Field at the center of it all. Food is a passion of Field's. She has had a number of life experi- ences from Marine Corps training to pri- vate investigation to working as an execu- tive chef to traveling the world, but she lights up when talking about her award win- ning barbeque sauce, her various fudge fla- vors, her catering ad- ventures, and the cakes she has created that were more art than food. North Country has a fully licensed kitchen tucked away behind the front counter, which she intends to use for retail sales production and North Country Former students of Dewey #o hold reunion 5 years in the making FAIRDALE, N.D. -- Dewey School #120, which was consolidated from Sep- tember of 1954 through May 1962, celebrated the 50th An- niversary of it's closing at the Fairdale Community Center, Saturday May 26, 2012. It was the first gathering of the school's former students since it's closing. The main attraction of the of the Dewey #120 Reunion was the large hands-on display of memorabilia, photos and ar- tifacts. Props & clothing from various school plays and pro- grams were on display. A Mother's Day song, complete with props, was reenacted for the Dewey #120 former stu- dents, spouses and parents who attended. After a potluck dinner the Dewey students shared stories and memories of their school days both in the Top: Dewey #120 Former Students- 2012 Bottom: Dewey #120 Students- Past (Photos: Submitted) class rooms and the play- ground. The Dewey School was lo- cated on Highway 17 and was a newly constructed building Dewey #.o Co, nt:., pag,e' 6 Church news See patffe' 2 Public Notices See p,ug,'e' 5 ][f you t]hibndk you (oanl dio a dhii]ag o,r t]hii]ndk y0,u cam'll: d[,0, a ]dhibnLg you're riighC" Henry Ford nnouncements Se, e, if,,a:g,e'3 PR Students of the Quarter Se'e' p,age' 7