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June 12, 2013

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JUNE 12, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 3 We've got your summer needs at m For summer fun, don't forget the sunscreen & bug repellant. Also, check your first aid kit, and resupply from our large selection of over-the- counter remedies & supplies. Walsh County . Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: Performing on Sunday, June 16 at the Park River Bible Camp will be Southern Gospel Artists SueAnn Berntson and Family. SueAnn and her family seeks to praise the name of Jesus in the words they say, the songs they share and the life they live. You are invited to join us at 7:00 pm in the PRBC Chapel for worship and fellowship. Refreshments to follow. (OUNTY Park River PO Box 49 / --. , Park River " [.[,.,i Ct' ( m )aritan 301 County Road. !2B L AUTO PARTS Park River Implement 284-631 6 kRST UNITEB & Insurance Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 Michigan ~ 259-2112 H oop-le ~ 894-6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 110 4th St. E Park River k Jim's Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! -Walsh County Veterans Service Office Veteran Events in ND • Veterans, do you need legal advice? On June 18th there will be a FREE Drop-In Legal Clinic in the 3rd floor auditorium of the Fargo VA Health Care System from 9am to 3pm. Attorneys, MACV staff and County Veteran Service Officers will be available throughout the day to assist Veterans with questions, legal forms and counsel. http://www, • The H2H Truck (Mobile Job Store) will be at the following loca- tions in North Dakota from 0900-1600. o June 21-Fargo - Hjemkomst Center, 202 1st Ave. N., Moorhead, MN o June 22-Grand Forks - Cabellas, 210 Demers Ave, East Grand Forks, MN o June 24-Bismarck - Military Service Center, 1850 E. Bismarck Expressway, Bismarck, ND o June 25-Minot AFB - Commissary Mall, Minot, ND • For More information in regards to H2H can be found on their web- site at or by contacting Mr. Paul Bonicelli. Employment Transition Coordinator-North Dakota DoD Contractor- IIF Data Solutions OSD/RA (YRRP/EIP/ESGR) and Hero2Hired (H2H) Cell #: 701-290-5068 • Do you have a loved one with alcohol or drug problems and look- ing into treatment or recovery options? North Dakota Teen Challenge has an open house on June 20 from 5-7 in Mandan. It is faith based recovery--- many veterans and family members have successfully grad- uated from the program--- please stop by the picnic and check the place out. Join us on June 20 from 5-7 pm at North Dakota Teen Challenge (1406 2nd St NW) to celebrate our Landscaping kickoff with the Gar- den of Eatin' Picnic. Ribs and Apples are on the menu... (Thanks Cloverdale!) Details? or 701-667-2131. • The ND ARNG Marriage Strong Bonds Event is scheduled for 3 AUG 2013. It will take place in Devils Lake, ND. This event will as- sist couples with words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service and physical touch. If interested contact SSG Coombe at 701-333-3350 or SGT Eldagsen at 701-333-4824 Katrina Hodny * Walsh County Veterans Service Officer Administrative Building, 638 Cooper Ave, Grafion M1NTO, N.D. -- The Walsh • Concessions County Historical Museum in• l:00pmParade Minto, ND, presents Museum Alive • Horseshoe Tournament starts af- on Stmday, June 30, 2013. ter lpm parade Special Event: Antique Tractor • Balloons Ride. Starting at Tony Gudajites' • Rides for Kids - Wyatt's Wag- Farm east of Minto, ND. Partici- on Train and Hilory the Hummer pants needing information are to • Dunk Tank call: Jim Gudajtes at (701) 520J: ° "Elvis" will be there! 8127, Jenifer Kelley at (701) 248- • Music by Prairie Chicks (lpm 3639, or Les Jallo at (701) 331-9080 - 2:45pm) and MR Country & • Gates Open at 12:00 noon Friends (2:45 - 5:00) • $20.00 Registration for Horse- ° PNA Dancers and something shoe Tournament for everyone! PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The like to help with decorations contact PRHS Class of 1983 is planning a Shaft (Moe) Dormer at (512)803- 30 year reunion to be held July 3- 8780. 5, 2013. Activities planned in- There is a Memorial Golf Tour- clude a meal at the Park River nament planned for Friday, July 5th American Legion on July 3. Social at Hillcrest Golf Course in Park Riv- hour is from 5-6 with a steak dinner er. The tournament is a scramble at 6:00 RM. The cost is $20 per per- format. If you are interested in son, reservations required, guests are welcome. Please find us at facebook golfing on a team of classmates at or contact Rochelle (Linstad) Cicha this tournament please contact Dar- to get details or to reserve your spot. cie (Seboe) Einarson at (701)360- (816)654-5699. 9311. The class will also have a float in There is more information on the 4th of July parade. All class Facebook. Please like us there to get members are invited to the fair- updated information or call the grounds to ride on the float the numbers listed above. Pisek grads moming of July 4th. If you would welcome. PISEK, N.D. --Nettie Gre- icar from Pisek will be celebrat- ing her 98th Birthday today, June 12 with numerous family mem- bers home for this special mile- stone. Happy Birthday Nettie! _D _D_ _,:'.- _-', .-_.; 1 recording secretary of the Inter- national P.E.O. Sisterhood. Other state officers are Janis Bensch, Chapter K, Jamestown, vice pres- ident; Germaine Ueckert, Chapter C, Beach, organizer; Marianna Malm, Chapter V, Fargo, treas- urer, and Marcia Foss, Chapter Z, Valley City, secretary. The EE.O. Sisterhood is an in- ternational organization whose philanthropies provide educa- tional opportunities to women in higher education. At the interna- tional level, the organization sup- ports several projects including scholarships, grants, and low-in- terest loans. It also owns and sup- ports Cottey College in Nevada, MO, a liberal arts college for women. In addition, the North Dakota State Chapter provides scholarships exclusively to North Dakota residents. ]~rl~lr~ ]~ IAr al PIFViriF lryIirl /'~ IAF n al ~Ir~ vacuum and dehumidifier to min- uum it again. imize mold growth. Circulate the To reduce a musty smell in air above the carpet with an air the carpet: conditioner, fans and open win- • Sprinkle baking soda on the dows. If possible, also lift the car- carpet and working the soda in pet and ventilate with fans under- with a broom or sponge mop. neath. • Leave the baking soda on the • When the carpet is thor- carpet overnight. oughly dry, vacuum the area, then • Remove the baking soda by shampoo the carpet and repeat the vacuuming the carpet twice, go- drying process. Remember, most ing back and forth in a different modern carpeting is made of ny- direction the second time. lon, so it shouldn't be cleaned For more information, visit with bleach, or • When the carpet is dry, vac- Drive a success DRAYTON, N.D. -- A total ofGreg Pollestad coordinated the 36 people vokmt - red o aate drive. Others who assisted the day bloQd, 'ad.30_ w.ere,abte to,gi e ,._.ofthe drive were: Cheryl Parker, Re- ing Dr iyt6n s bl06d drive. Twelve bekah Mapel, Jamie Rarick, Kerri people gave bt od trrr the automat-. Stegman, Brittany Johnson, Kim ed 2RBC machine which collects Dahl, Patti Thompson, Lindsay two units of red blood cells during Pollestad and Rachel Lee. Space to the donation, so a total of 42 prod- hold the drive was provided at ucts were collected. Every com- Drayton Public School. munity and everyone within each Donations will help meet the community has a stake in an ade- blood needs of many patients in 93 quate blood supply. Blood will be area hospitals served by United available only because of blood Blood Services. Blood is for shar- drive sponsors, coordinators, and ing; you have truly given the "Gift volunteer donors, of Life." The Park River Park District is seeking a motivated community member to complete our Board of Directors. If interested, please contact Kyle Halvorson at 701-360-0073, Far/