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; THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JUNE I 0, 2015 Page I I Weekly , by Linda Thistle 3 8 5 5 4 7 4 6 9 1 5 6 1 9 2 3 2 3 7 7 4 -: 6 8 5 1 9 4 Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small e-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine. DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: * * * * Moderate * * Challenging * * * HOP BOY! 2015 King Features Synd,tnc 1. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What holiday is celebrated on July 14'? 2. MEDICAL TERMS: What is the ffiore common name fora contusion? 3. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What is a groupof domesticated turkeys called'? 4. COMICS: Who was the Green ttomet's sidekick? 5. U.S. PRESIDENTS: Who was the first president to fly in an airplane while in office? 6. LANGUAGE: What does the Rus- sian tenn "'perestroika" mean7 7. GEOGRAPHY: In which U.S. state is the top-secret military facility known as Area 51 located? 8. ABBREVIATIONS: What profes- sional uses the abbreviation "D.D.S." as part of his or her title? 9. ARCHITECTURE: Who designed the pyramid in the Louvre Museum in Paris? 10. MATH: What is the Arabic equivalent of the Roman numerals DXC? Answers I. Bastille Day 2. A bruise 3. A rafter 4. Kate 5. Franklin Delano Roosevelt 6. Restructuring 7. Nevada & A demist (doctor-ofdental surgery) 9. IM. Pei 10. 590 ,~) 2015 King Featares S3nd Inc. TRIVIA by Wilson Casey 1. Is the book of Philemon in the Old or New Testament or neither? 2. In Matthew .8, what prophet's words did Jesus claim to be fulfilling as He was healing people? Iddo. Esa- ias. Gad. A,ledad 3. Who wrote, "Neither shall any priest drink wine. when they enter into-the inner court"? E. ekieL'Isaiah Daniel, Hosea 4. In addition to fire. what did God rain down upon Sodom and Gomor- rah? ttail. Lightning, Brimstone. Mud 5. Whose grave was marked by a pillar erected by her husband, Jacob? Abigail Lillith. Puah. Rachel 6. From Judges 16, who slept through a haircut? Manoah. Samson. Adam. Uriah ltqtqtL Answers l) New: 2) Esaias: 3) Ezekiel: 4) Brimstone: 5) Rachel: 6) Samson (bmments? More Trivia? Visit h'iviaGuvcom '~; 2015 King Features Synd Inc. Z~9L 6~ i 6 Lg~9L ~9~$9 L VZ~99 6~ 9S~6LZ~C 96 ~Le.Z. ec.ezs-e i 99Z ~LS6 L~69Z9 Park River Location 0nly (701) 284-7161 Must be 21 or older to purchase Contact Gary or Evan Dub at 701-696-2591 501 Manvel Ave Manvel, ND 58256 JeMsuv NHOQNS flHOON~ 1. To which conflict does Peter. Paul and Mary's "Cruel War" refer? 2. Which group released "Every- body Loves a Clown"? 3. Name the song with the misheard lyric. "I hit my head kinda hard on the dance floor." 4. Who penned and released "Orchard Road'"? 5. Name the song that contains this lyric: "Look around you, all vou see are sympathetic eves. Stroll around the grounds until you feel at home." Answers 1. Most likely the Civil War, with the female singer saying she'll dress as a man and up to fight to be near her love. ,2. Gary Lewis & the Playboys,ia 1965. It was used in an episode of "The Simpsons" in 1992. 3. "Telephone," by Lady Gaga. The correct lyric is. 'I left my head and my heart on the dance floor." 4. Leo Saver, in 98. . The song was based on an all-night phone booth call to his estranged wife. 5. "Mrs. Robinson" by Simon & Garfunket in 1968. The duo had been asked to create a few songs for the coming .film "The Graduate." At the time they were working on a song ten- tativelv titled "Mrs. Roosevelt" and changed the name. ,~ 2015 King Features Svnd Inc. by Chris Richcleek 1. In 2014. Giants pitcher Yusmeiro Petit set a major-league mark for most consecutive batters retired (46). Who had held the mark? 2. When was the last time betbre 2014 (Joe Kelly) that a Red Sex pitch- er stole a base? 3. Five players have tossed 20 or -more touchdown passes in each of their first three NFL seasons. Name tbur of them. 4. Name the last time betbre 2013- 14 (Harvard) that an Ivy League Incn's basketball school won a NCAA Tourllament game two consecutive years. 5. Which two teams did Pat Quinn coach to the NHL Stanley Cup Finals? 6. What year was the first in which NtlL pla3ers took part in the Winter Olympics? 7. flow many majors did Gary Play- er win during his PGA career, and what were the 3cars of his first and last major victories? Answers 1. The White So 's Mark Buehrle retired 45 consecutive batters in 2009. 2. It was 1969 (Bill Landis). 3. Andv Dalton. Andre Luck. Pey- ton Manning, Dan Marine and Rus- sell Wilson. 4. Princeton, in 1983-84. 5. The 1979-80 Flyers and the 1993- 94 Canucks. 6. It was 1998. 7. Nine the first was m 1959 (British Open) and the last was in 1978 (Masters). ,c 2015 King Features Synd Inc. II il ONGOING EVENTS CANCER SUPPORT, PARK RIVER Cancer Support meets at 7 p.m. the third Thursday of each month in the din- ing room of the Snnri~;e Apts. Good Samaritan 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 for coping with cancer with others who are in similar situations as yours. Support goups are not just for people who have had cancer. Please contact Jayne at 352-1620 or email at FCHC AUXILIARY MEETING, PARK RIVER The FCHC Auxiliary meets at 2:00 the second Friday of every month except July at the Ambulance building. GOOD SAMARITAN AUXILIARY, PARK RIVER The Good Samaritan Auxiliary will meet the fourth Thursday of the month at 2:30 p.m. All intere.sted women are invited. SOIL CONSERVATION MONTHLY MEETING, PARK RIVER Walsh County Three Rivers Soil Conservation District ','ill hold monthly meetings the second Thursday of each month at 8:00 a.m at the new Conservation Office. 13351 Hwy 17 West, Park River. One Block West of Alexander House. Info: 70t-284-7363 SUMMER LIBRARY HOURS, PARK RIVER Monday: 6:30-8:30 pro: Tuesday: 12:00-4:00 pm; Thursday: 4:30-8:30 pro; Saturday: 9:00 am- 1:00 pm For more infonnation call the library at 284- 6116. H COUNTY VETERANS SERVICE CLOSED, GRAFTO Walsh County Veterans Service Office will be closed from May" 25th through June 15the Veterans can call the North Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs at 1-866-634-8387 for immediate assistance during this tilne. AGGIE BARREL SERIES, PARK RIVER Aggie Barrel Series is a Weekly Series that will begin May 27 and run most Wednesdays until June 24 with80% payback on open and youth, many classes available. Exhibitions are at 5-6:30 pm: Runs start at 7 pm location is at the Aggie Arena in Park River. ND. Check out event on Facebook for updates and roles. Call before you haul, for cancellations call Cyndi 701-370-2545 or Sally 701- 331-1971. ND CHIAN PAINTERS GUILD ANNUAL SHOW, GRAFTON The North Dakota China Painters Guild will present theft annual show of hand painted porcelain for the month of June in the Wells FaNo Bank in Grafton. Everyone is welcome to come and browse. There is no charge for this event. SUMMER READING PROGRAM, PARK Rr -R Park River Public Library Smnmer Library. Program will take place from June 8 to July 27 on Monday nights from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. The theme "Every Hero Has a Story" will include a variety of activities, reading and prizes and more. The program is open to young people preschool through young adult. Questions contact the library at 284-6116. All programs are free of charge. FORDVlLLE-LANKIN SUMMER PROGRAM, FORD E Fordviile-Lankin Public School will be hosting a flee dynamic technology driven self-paced academic program from Tuesda); June 9th to Thursday, July 30th with operation between 8:30 and 11:30 am. All students in grades 1-6 for the upcoming 2015-2016 school year who reside in the Fordville,Lankin area are eligible to attend. Students can attend anytime for any given length of period and receive research based on-level academic assistance in reading and math. See www.fordville-lankin, k or contact the school for more infonnation. BRIDAL SHOWER, FORD LLE Open House Bridal Shower for Jacy Olson. future bride of Ryan Whaley will be held Saturday, June 13 from 10:00-11:30 a.m. at the Fordville American Legion. Jacy & Ryan are registered at Bed. Bath. & Beyond and Target ANNUAL WORSHIP SERVICE, GRAFTON South Trinity Lutheran Church of Rural Graflon will have Almual Worship Service on Sunday, June 14 at 3 pm with Pastor Phil Larsen leading worship. Everyone Welcome! WFL KOSOBUD LODGE N -nNG, LAN N WFL Kosobud Lodge 106 will hold their next meeting on Sunday, June 14. It will begin with a 12:30 pot luck meal and a 1:30 meeting will follov . 75 year, 50 year and new members will receive special invitations to attend. Flowers on the graves on the Kosobud Cemetery should not be placed until the Thursday before Memorial Day. If you want to save the grave flowers, they should be removed by the Thursday after Memorial Day when they would be picked up by the Ctn etery cutters. Memorials and donations can be sent for the Cemetery to Karen Ryba 15887 57st NE Oslo. MN 56744. i Ii II IOOTH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION, PISEK 100th Birthday Open House celebration honoring Nettle Greicar will be held on Sunday, June 14 from 2 to 4 pm at St John Nepomucene Church in Pisek. ND. DVAC TRvCoum ' WOMEN'S ExPo PLANN G, The Tri-County Women's Expo kick-offmeeting will be on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 at 6:00 pm at the Domestic Violence & Abuse Center in Grafton, ND. We will be discussing vendors, food, silent auction and domestic violence education and awareness. If you are intei'ested in participating, please contact Janelle Davis at the Domestic Violence & Abuse Center at 701-352-4422 or by email at We hope to hear from you! 7-12 GRLS BB CAMP, PARK RrVER Park River Area School will be hosting The Warwick Workout Advanced Offensive Skills Camp for 7th- 12th Grade Girls on June 18-20 at The Park River High School Gym. This camp is limited to the first 40 athletes, early registration is encouraged! For questions about the clinic please contact Robb Scherr at rob.scherr@parkriverl2.corn for a Registration Form. Cost is $145: all athletes receive Warwick Workout Shorts & T-shirt. 7-12 BoYs BB CAN,PARK RIVER Park River Area School will be hosting The Warwick Workout Advanced Offensive Skills Camp tbr 7th-12th Grade Boys on June 18-20 at The Park River High School Gym. This camp is limited to the first 40 athletes, early registratirn is encouraged! For questions about the clinic please contact Robb Scherr at rob.scherr@parkriverl 2.corn for a Registration Form. Cost is $145; all athletes receive Warwick Workout Shorts & T-shirt. YOUTH BB PARK Rive:- Park River Area School will be hosting The Warwick Workout Park River Basketball Clinic June 18-20 Session 1: K-2nd Grade Boys/Girls ($59) Sessions 2: 3rd-6th Grade Boys/Girts ($89) at The Park River High School Gym. Early registration is encouraged! For questions about the clinic please contact Robb Scherr at rob.scherr@parkriverl2,com for a Registration Fonn. All athletes receive Warwick Workout Shorts & basketball ST. THOMAS DAZE, ST. THOMAS St. Thomas Daze will be held June 19-20, 2015. Activities begin at 5 on Friday with food, BINGO and dances at both Legion and Matty's. Saturday includes a large list of activities including 11 am Parade (CALL 257-6550 to enter)on Main Street. Outdoor Sand Volleyball (12:30 sign up at TL Haircare), Horseshoe Tourney (1 pm sign up at Matty's) and Kids Activities from l-4pm tbr $5 and more dancing at Matty's and Legion. Too many activities to list Make sure to head out to St. Thomas to have some fun!! 7TH RIDE, LANKIN The 7th Annual Jared Udby Memorial Ride will be held on Saturday, June 20 with registration at 9-10:30am at The Lion's Den in Lankin. Kickstands are up at 11 am and other stops on the route include Adams, Edinburg, Cavalier. Park River. Pisek and any other towns in between. There is a $20 participant charge which includes a bandana. All proceeds from this event are given back to the community. CHARLIE HECK BENEFIT, N UNTAIN Tbere will be a Fundraiser in support of Charlie Ann. infant daughter of Dori and Jeremy Heck on Saturday, June 20 at the Mountain Community Center in Mountain, ND. Sloppy Joe Supper (5-8pro) and Silent Auction (Bidding from 4- 8pm). Tiny Charlie Ann was born 8 weeks early and mother and baby had a lengthy stay at the hospital. Kindly consider joining us to raLse ftmds to help defray medical expenses. We appreciate your generosity. If you would like to donate an item for silent auction, please contact Monica at 701-370-1901 or Natalie at 701- 370-9770. Donations can also be made to Choice Financial Bank C/O Charlie Ann Heck Benefit Account 210 8th Ave Langdon. ND 58249. Sponsored by Family and Friends of Charlie Ann, Dori & Jeremy Heck AGGIE ALUMNI DINNER, PARK RIVER All Aggie graduates and friends, plan to attend the annual July 3 Aggie Alumni Dinner at 6 pm at the Park River Legion Coliseum. Advanced tickets are $15 and are available at Jim's Super Valu and Ye Olde Medicine in Park River or are $20 at the door. The event will be catered by Shenanigan's from Grafton. ERMC HILLCLIt,FORDVILLE 2015 Eagle Ridge Club Events - Mark your calendars for some summer fun! The 16th Annual Hillclimb will be held Sunday, July 5 starting at 10 am. ERMC Motocross August 22 & 23. Check us out on Facebook! Eagle Ridge Motorcycle Club Hillctimb VARIETY]TALENT SHOW, DRAYI"ON Variety/Talent show is planned for Friday July 17 at the Drayton High School All Class Reunion. Do you have a talent, skit, or act you might like to enter? You don't have to be an alum. Anything goes. Please contact us right away by calling Drayton Alumni Association Rob Boll. 701-454-6104 or Barbie Steenerson 701 - 520-0913 or email alumni@ch' The Press will print your calendar events - milestone birthdays, meelings, classes, fundraJsers - free of charge ( 70Q oe t PeE ;t;@POLAeCOMM.COId Light $18.9o beer ton =top e orf Star Vodka $12.75 Arbor Mist (75o bottle) Serving Red Riv~ Valley Farmers for over 40 ~ars Local Quality Service - Ai~lcultural Drain 11ling Solving surface and subsurface.water problems " Residential & Comme~ial Concrete Wodc Shops, Driveways. Basements Warehouses. Sidewalks. Concrete Repair Ditching, Drainage Trees&Rock Piles. Water and Sewer Lines.Septic Tanks Residential Outside Sump Systems. Drain Tile Landscaping