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Page 10 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 2015 Weekly SUDOKU 2 1 by 7 Linda Thistle 8 1 7 8 4 5 2 9 .6 A 2 8 1 3 9 5, 3 6 5 9 2 8 5 7 4 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: -* -* -k Moderate -k -*- Challenging -,- -.- -k HO0 BOY! 2015 King Features Synd., Inc. 1. ADVERTISING: What did the animated character Tony the Tiger sell in TV ads'? 2. GEOGRAPHY: What is the high- est xaterfall in the world? 3. LANGUAGE: Who wrote the book "Don Quixote'"? 4. M()NEY: What was the Nether- lands' basic currency before it adopted the euro? 5. MOVIES: What was the name of the male lead character in "'Love Sto- ry" (played by Ryan O'Neal)? 6. ANATOMY: About how long is the human small intestine? 7. TITLES: What is the abbreviated title of a veterinarian? 8. COMICS: What comic-book superhero is known as "The Caped Crusader'"? 9. MEDICAL TERMS: What is a more common name for somnambu- lism? 10. ASTRONOMY: Who are most 0f Uranus' moons named liar? Answers 1. Kellogg's Frosted Flakes 2. Angel Falls in Venezuela 3. Miguel de Cervantes 4. Dutch guilder 5. Oliver Barrett 6. About 20 feet 7. D.V.M. (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) 8. Batman 9. Sleepwalking 10. Characters in Shakespeare's plays ,0 2015 King Features Synd., Inc. 1. Who wrote and sang the theme song to the television show "Welcome Back, Kotter"? 2. Name the band that released "Never Say Die" in t978. 3. In which song does Ray Charles speak the words, "Sing the song, chil- dren'"? 4. Which group wrote and released "It's Wonderful" in 1967? 5. Name the song that contains this lyric: "An only child alone and wild, A cabinet maker's son, ttis bands were meant tbr different work And his heart was known to none." Answers 1. John Sebastian, formerly of the Lovin' Spoonful. The name of the show had to be changed from ,just "Kotter" because Sebastian couldn't find a rhyme for the name. 2. Black Sabbath. It was their first charted single since 1970. 3. 'I Can't Stop Loving You," in 1962. Numerous others have covered the song, but Charles is the only one who took the song to the top of the charts. 4. The Young Rascals on their "Once Upon a Dream" album. 5. "Leader of the Band/' by Dan Fogetberg in 1981. He wrote the song as a tribute to his musician father, who was still alive when the song came out. Ills lather died the tbllowing year. " 2015 King Features Synd., Inc. by Wilson Casey byc_k 1. Is the book of Jeremiah inthe Old or New Testament or neither? 2. Who was instructed to eat bread ,,vhile he lay for 390 days on his side? Moses, Ezekiel, Methuselah, Samson 3. From Matthew 5, what did Jesus tell His disciples they were the salt of? His glory, Mankind. The earth. Con= ve/t'ation 4. In a vision that convinced Peter to share the gospel, what where the crea- tures let down to earth in? Great sheet Cloud, Well, l't"ind 5. Who survived the bite of a viper as described in Acts 28? Paul. Mat- thew. John the Baptist. Stephen 6. From Genesis 35, who died in giving birth to Benjamin? Leak. Martha. Rachel Answers 1) Old; 2) Ezekiel; 3) The earth; 4) Great sheet; 5) Patti; 6) Rachel O)mments? More TrMa? lqsit wu w TriviaGt( 7 2015 King Features Synd., Inc. l. How many teams did Jim Frego- si play tbr during his 18-year major- league career? 2. Name the last American League pitcher to have live consecutive 20-win seasons: 3. What two college football teams played in the first BCS national cham- pionship game that did not feature a team from Florida? 4. In 2013-14, Philadelphia's Michael Carter-Williams became the third player since 1950-51 to lead all NBA rookies in points, rebounds and assists. Name the first two. 5. Who was the last Flames rookie before Johnny Gaudreau in 20t4-15 to have at least 50 points in an NItL season'? 6. Name the last NASCAR Cup driver before Kevin 1 larvick in 2013- 14 to finish first or second in six con- secutive races. 7. Who are the only two male tennis players to have five or more Austra- lian Open singles titles? Answers I. Four -- the Angels, Mets. Rang- ers and Pirates. 2. Catfish Hunter, xith Oakland (1971-74) and the New York Yankees ('75). 3. In the 2003 season, LSU defeated Oklahoma. 4. Oscar Robertson (1960-61) and Alvan Adams (1975-76). 5. Jarome lginla, in the 1996-97 sea- SOIl. 6. JeffGordon, in 1996. 7. Roy l/merson (six titles) and Novak Djokovic (five). , -'2-015 King l+eatures Snd., Inc. Park River Location Only 00orth Star Coop (701) 284-7161 Must be 2X or older to purchase Contact Gary or Evan Dub at 701-696-2591 501 Manvel Ave., Manvel, ND 58256 ! ONGOING EVENTS CANCER SUPPORT, PARK RIVER Cancer Support meets at 7 p.m. the third Thursday of each month in the din- mg room of the Sunrise Apts. Good Sanaaritan 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. tbr one hour. Come and share your sto W of loss, struggles, triumphs and tips for coping with cancer with others who are in similar situations as yours. Support oups are not just for people who have had cancer. Please contact Jaae at 352-1620 or email at FCHC AUXILIARY MEETING, PARK RIVER The FCHC Auxilia W meets at 2:00 the second Friday of every month except July at the Ambulance building. GOOD SANLARITAN AUXILIARY, PARK RIVER The Good Samaritan Auxiliaw will meet the fourth Thursday of the month at 2:30 p.m. All interested women are invited. SOIL CONSERVATION MONTHLY MEETING, PARK RIVER Waish County. Three Rivers Soil Conservation District will 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. Intb: 701-284-7363 SUMMER DBRARY HOURS, PARK RIVER Monday: 6:30 - 8:30 pm; Tuesday: 12:00" 4:00 pm; Thursday: 4:30 - 8:30 Saturday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. For more information call the library at 284- 6116. ADOPT A GARDEN PROJECT, PARK RIVER Looking for volunteers to "'Adopt a Garden" on the Park River Bike Path. For more information contact Joel Hylden at 331-9710 UPCOMING EVENTS AGGIE BARREL SERIES, PARK RIVER Aggie Barrel Series is a Weekly Series that will begin May 27 and run most Wednesdays until June 24 with 80% payback on open and youth, many classes available. Exhibitions are at 5-6:30 pro; Runs slart at 7 pm location is at the Aggie Arena in Park River, ND. Check out event on Facebook br updates ,and rules. Call before you haul, fbr cancellations call Cyndi 701-370-2545 or Sally 701- 331-197:1. ; ' ND CHINA PAINTERS GUILD ANNUAL SHOW, GRAFTON The North Dakota China Painters Guild will present their annual show of hand painted porcelain for the month of June in the Wells Fargo Bank in Grafton. Everyone is welcome to come and browse. There is no charge for this event. SUMMER READING PROGRAM, PARK RIVER Park River Public Library Summer Library Program will take place fronl June 8 to July 27 on Monday nights from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. The theme "Every Hero Has a Stow" will include a variety of activities, reading and prizes and more. The proam is open to young people preschool through young adult. Questions contact the library at 284-6116. All programs are free of charge. 7-12 GRLS BB , PARK RIVER Park River Area School will be hosting The Warwick Workout Advanced Offensive Skills Camp for 7th- 12th Grade Gifts on June 18-20 at The Park River High School Gym. This camp is limited to the first 40 athletes, early registration s 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. 7-12 BoYs BB , PARK RIVER Park River Area School will be hosting The Warwick Workout Advanced Offensive Skills Camp for 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 registration is encouraged! For questions about the clinic please contact Robb Scherr at rob.schen'@parkriverl 2.corn for a Registration Form. Cost is $145; all athletes receive Warwick Workout Shorts & T-shirt. Youm BB CAt, PARK RUEe Park River Area School will be hosting The Warwick Workout Park River Basketball Clinic June 18-20 Session l: K-2nd Grade Boys/Girls ($59) Sessions 2: 3rd-6th Grade Boys/Girls ($89) at The Park River High School Gym. Early registration is encouraged! For questions about the clinic please contact Robb Scherr at tbr a Registration Form. All athletes receive Warwick Workout Shorts & basketball. ST. THOMAS DAZE, ST. THOMAS St. Thomas Daze will be held June 19-20. Activities begin at 5 on Friday with tbod, BINGO and dances at both Legion and Matty's. Saturday includes a large list of activities inclnding 11 aln 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 MaW's) and Kids Activities from l-4pm for $5 and more dancing at Matty's and Legion. Too lnany activities to list...Make sure to head out to St. Thomas to have some fun! ! I UPCOMING EVENTS II TURKEY BBQ., ANETA Aneta is once again serving up the best turkey bbq ever with activities starting on Friday, June 19 and running through Sundaj; June 21. Main highlight is the turkey bbq from 4-7pin on Saturday, June 20. SONS OF NORWAY PICNIC, PAIK RIVER The Sons of Norway Lodge of Fairdale, ND will hold its annual summer picnic on Saturda); June 20 at the Leroy Ramsey farm of rural Park River, ND at 5:30 pm. Steve Hilgren of Parkers Prairie, MD will be the featured guest and will be talking on Ancient Viking America. Lunch will be served and all persons interested in the Sons of Norway or in these subjects are inv']ted to attend. The directions to the Ramsey Farm as follows: From junction of Hwy. 17 and 32 - 5 miles south to 63rd StNE. Go west 1 1/8 turn south 1/2 mile to the campsite. 7TH ANNUAL JARED UDBY MEMORIAL 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 chae which includes a bandana. All proceeds from this event are given back to the community. CHARLIE HECK BENEFIT, MOUNTAIN There 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- 8pro). Tiny Charlie Ann was born 8 weeks early and mother and baby had a lengthy stay at the hospital. Kindly consider joining us to raise funds 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, Doff & Jeremy Heck MISSIONARY SPEAKER, PARK RIVER Missionary Doug Vavrosky will be a special speaker at Bethel Baptist on Sunday, June 21 at the 9:30 AM service. Doug and his wife Avail have done missions work for many years in Taiwan and to the Chinese. In the past few years they have been in many countries around the world. There will be a question and answer time after the AM service and a church potluck meal to follow. CUSTOMER APPRECIATION, PARK RIVER Northdale Oil Inc., Customer Appreciation Day will be held Thursda); June 25 from 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. Come join us for eat deals throughout the store along with free hamburgers, hot dogs, brats and much, much more! Thank you for your patronage. AGGIE ALUNII DINNER, PARK RIVER All Aggie graduates and friends, plan to attend the annual July 3 Aggie Alumni Dinner at 6 pin 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 HILLCLIMB, 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 t0 am. ERMC Motocross , August 22 & 23. Check us out on Facebook! Eagle Ridge Motorcycle Club Hillclimb WCT FROSmRE N TRIP, WAU-L.A The Walsh County Transportation Program will be going to Frostfire Summer Theatre for this year's production of "Joseph and the Amazing Teclmicolor Drearncoat." This delightful musical parable is the biblical saga of Joseph and his coat of many colors. This stow is set to a cornucopia of musical styles ranging from country and calypso to bubble-gum pop and rock and roll. This is great entertainment for all ages. We will be going for the Wednesday afternoon matinees on July 8, 15, 22, and 29. Please call the Walsh County Transportation Program at 701-284-7980 to set up your reservations and for the cost. Reservations mnst be made a week in advance before the scheduled trip. Reservations for July 8th must be made by June 30th. VARIETY/TALENT SHOW, DRAYTON Variety/Talent show is planned for Frida); 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 Almnni Association Rob Boll, 701-454-6104 or Barbie Steenerson 701 - 520-0913 or email 801"1-1 BIRTHDAY PARRY, GRAND FORKS There will be a 80th Birthday Open House for Bridget Votava on Saturday, July 18 from 3-6 pm at the Hampton Inn & Suites, 2985 S 42nd Street in Grand Forks. All friends and Ihmily are invited to attend the Open House. No will be great to see you!! 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