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PAGE 6 THE PRESS JUNE 25, 2014 UNI%'ERSITY OF JAMESTO%%'N quarter "A" Honor Roll Taylor Dalbey Juniors Seniors Taylor Knudson Bethany Novak Mikaila Boxley Trevor Knudson Sophomores Juniors 7th Grade Jade Olson Esten Beneda Sydney Beneda Preston Sluke Jana Northagen Maxwell Masko Cole Tennison Sophomores Marissa Sluke Freshmen Jessica Best Sicily Lawson- Josh Ruzicka "B" Honor Roll Acevedo Gus Stephenson Seniors Landon Wood Freshmen Jesse Blasky 7th Grade Bailey Beneda Whitney Carlson Jack Whaley Kaitlyn Britnell Jessica Tennison Bryce Wood lows: in Lankin with a social pork and 7:30 am - 9:30 am - registra- dumpling meal served by Silver tion at the Lankin Legion and Dollar Caf6 (Free Will Offering) breakfast is being served at the 2:30 - 3:00 pm - Door prize Caf6. Riders must also register drawings and prizes for the oldest $1.00 fee per rider, and youngest drivers (must drive 9:30 am - Drivers meeting in both ways), most uniquely deco- front of the lankin legion rated trailer. Must be present to win 9:45 am - Leave Lankin and prizes. drive 7 miles to the Dave and Guy Trailers will be available for rid- Praska Farm. ers. Everyone is welcome to ride 10:45 am - Arrive at farm, a along. Bring your lawn chairs. light lunch will be served.Pre-register with Francis Pras- 12:00 - drive back to Lankin ka at 701-593-6155 or 701-331- on a different route (10 miles) 1005 or email fmpraska@polar- 1:45 - 2:15 pm - Arrive back comm.com. n_~_r ._~ ~ _lT-_-_t'r_~ __" ~_r_~_--" _.-,~_t~_,_._~ ~._~_~_.-, _/ several years and know them well. tomers in 32 communities. Mid- I trust our mutual respect for each continent Communications is the other and consideration for our re- Upper Midwest's leading provider spective customers will guide us of data, video, phone and cable ad- through a smooth transition." vertising services for over 300,000 Polar Communications has pro- vided phone, data, video, and ad- residential and business customers vanced business solutions to throughout 335 communities in Northeast North Dakota since North Dakota, South Dakota, Min- 1952, serving more than 8,000 cus- nesota and Wisconsin. Dance starts at 7:00pm Meal served from 5:30pm - 8:30pm Pulled Pork, Beans, Coleslaw and Dessert Meal and Dance $20.O0/person Bar provided by Lion's Den of Lankin Area Students graduate from U Of J JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- Uni- Odney, a mass communication versity of Jamestown presented graduate from St. Paul, Minn. Ben degrees to 190 graduates during the Kirkeby, Assistant Professor and school's 108th Commencement Psychology Department Chair- ceremony on Saturday, May 10 at man, delivered the Baccalaureate the Jamestown Civic Center. address. Dr. Gary Watts, Vice President Local graduates and their de- and Dean of Academic Affairs, de- grees are listed below. Asterisks fol- livered the Commencement ad- lowing a student's name indicate dress, "Living Faithfully." honors received: *cum laude, Alumni Hall of Fame inductee. **magna cum laude, ***summa Dr. M. James Scherbenske, Falls cum laude. All degrees are bache- Church, Va., a 1959 graduate, was lor's degrees unless otherwise not- recognized at Commencement. ed. Speakers representing the Class Crystal: Rebecca O'Toole*, of 2014 were Stephanie Erlandson, English education; Neche: Anna an exercise science graduate from Kalliokoski***, elementary edu- Breckenridge, Minn.; and Peter cation; Local students President's Honor named to Roll atVCSU VALLEY CITY, N.D.- Val- with a grade point average of ley City State University has re- 4.0. leased its President's Honor Roll The following area students for spring semester 2014. have earned the honor: The President's Honor Roll Andrew J, Evenson of Edin- recognizes students who com- burg and Wade Michael Haugen of pleted 12 semester hours or more Grafton. CAVALIER, N.D. -- The annual Pembi- na County Homemak- ers spring meeting was held June 16, in Cava- lier. President, Donna Niemann led the meet- ing. President Niemann asked for nominations for Vice-President and Secretary/Treasurer. Is- abelle Copeland be- came the 2014 Vice- President and is a member of the Friend- ly Homemakers Club. Bev Austfjord will continue as the Secre- tary/Treasurer. Bev is a member of the Red River Valley Home- makers. The Pembina Coun- ty Homemakers proud- ly announced that Ha- ley Ann Fingarson is this year's high school scholarship recipient. Haley is the daughter of Lindsey and Loft Photo: Submitted Above: Pembina County Homemakers Pres- ident Donna Niemann presents a scholar- ship award to Haley Fingarson, Fingarson. Haley CountyAg agent gave plans to attend North a presentation on Dakota State Univer- "Container Garden- sity, this fall and major ing". in Family and Con- A delightful lunch sumer Science. was served by the Samantha Lahman, Friendly Homemak- NDSU Pembina er's Club. e ~ e e o o o o e i e e . e I . ! ~ " MEMBER SERVICE . REPRESENTATIVE : North Star Community Credit " Union, a progressive and growing - credit union is seeking a Member " Service Representative to work o in the Grafton office. This posi- " tion could be full-time or part-time. Applicants must enjoy working : with people and possess strong communication skills. Primary ; duties will be accepting depos- its and payments, opening new " accounts, and promoting credit union services. Applications may be obtained by stopping in the Grafton office or contacting Yvonne at 1-800-410- " _" 2226 or yvonnef@northstarccu. : corn with any questions, Equal QDportunity Employer, : Member NCUA : Don,t miss an issue wcpress @ polarcomm.com P.O. Box 49 Park River, ND 58270 I I Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday, July 10th, llth, 121h, & 13th, 2014 @ Hamilton, ND .... ~ ==" ' =lq i- i ii i r i i i'l ...... ihii illl i FREE FIREWORKS DISPLAY Thursday, July 10th , Friday, July 11th @ 10:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Saturday, July 12th in front of the Grandstand/ Following the Demo Derby ~ ............ ' ~ ..... ~ .... Sunday, July 13th 12:00 Noon FreeAdmission.Un~ertheGr~nds~d ~D I~AI~I A~V BOTH THE MO~ ~IHO Fireworks Display & "Tigirli!y"A M P lb It a, IH I P l Citizens State Bank. Midwest Tickets $10 & $5 Chariot Chuakvagon Friday, July 11 @ 7:00 p,m, Saturday, July 12 @ 1:30 p,m, Tickets $10 & $5 Saturday, duly t2 @ 6:00 p,m, Tickets $10 & $5 OUTLETS r0R WRISTBAN'D VOUCHERS: , Citizens State Bank- Midwest @ Cavalier. . North Star Community Credit Union @ Cavalier. , Ramsey National Bank. Leevers Foods, , Bank of Hamilton, United Valley Bank @ C av~ier * , The Cavalier Chronicle. 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Send application letter, resume and credentials to Mrs. Sue Sorgatz, NPS Business Manager, PC Box 69, Napoleon, ND 58561-0069. CAVALIER COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL in Langdon is seeking a full- time and/or part-time paramedic - NREMT and ND state license required. Benefits el- igible. Competitive salary. Contact Lindsey at lindseyb@ccmhnd.com or 701-256-6136 for more info. EOE. PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT: Full time. Medical, dental, vision, retire- ment. Contact ND Job Service, www.job- snd.com or City of Northwood, 701-587-5370, norutility@polarcomm.com for application/job description. WANTED: SACRED HEART Catholic Church, Carrington, ND, seeks part-time Religious Education Director. Please call 701-652-2519 for more information. H & H ELECTRIC, Inc. a local estab- lished electrical company in Williston, ND is seeking Licensed Journeymen. Oil & gas industry experience a plus! Competi- tive pay and benefits. (701) 774-1001. CAVALIER COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL in Langdon is seeking a Main- tenance Operations Director. Experience required. Attractive compensation and benefits package. Contact Carol at 701- 256-6127. EOE. IMMEDIATE JOB OPENING: Control room operator/dispatcher- correctional of- ficer. Stanton Law Enforcement Center; Deadline: June 27, 2014, 4PM CDT. Full- time. Work schedule involves shift work, weekends and holidays, Starting salary de- pends on experience. Benefits include em- ployer sponsored Blue Cross/Blue Shield Health, dental, vision, life insurance and re- tirement. Pre-employment drug and alco- hol testing is a requirement. For a detailed job description or an application please contact: Mercer County Sheriff's Depart- ment, PC Box 39, Stanton, ND 58571; Phone 701-745-3333. Please include a re- sume with your completed application. PRECISION ELECTRIC AND Precision Plumbing of Mayville, ND are now hiring Journeymen & Apprentice Electricians and Plumbers. Competitive wages and bene- fits. 701-788-8925. MECHANIC-HEAVY EQUIPMENT with experience to perform maintenance and re- pair on heavy equipment and trucks for paving company. $23 per hour. Welding, hydraulic and electrical experience pre- ferred. Call 701-237-4860 EXT 24. EOE WECKERLY FARMS OF Hurdsfield, ND, has.an opening for a full-tim_e, year round equipment operator and mechanic to work with newer equipment: tractors, com- bines and sprayers equipped with GPS, auto-steer and monitors. Applicant should be self-motivated and willing to learn. Salary depends largely on experience. Benefits include health insurance, paid va- cation time, competitive salary with year- end bonus potential. Housing available. A degree in precision ag, farm and ranch management, diesel tech 'or agronomy would all be valuable to this position as we are willing and able.to-tailor this opportu- nity to the right applicant's skill set. If inter- ested, please contact Chad at 701-962-3343. DRIVERS-TANKER-OIL-OWNER OP- ERATORS. Bridger, LLC seeks O/O's for lease purchase to haul crude oil. Min 1 year Crude/Tanker exp with CDL A, Hazmat, & NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values Tanker Endorsement req'd. Be your ownare at all-time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer BOSS, UNLIMITED earnings potential, 701-238-5810 (kpifer@pifers.com) for Free WALK away lease, MIN barrel pay, PAIDFarmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farm- wait time, Build your own fleet with NO land Management Services. credit CHECK & MORE!!! Visit our JOB www.pifers.com FAIRS to learn more: Saturday 6/28 Micro- LAND FOR SALE tel Inn, 901 Jarard St, Stanley, ND CHEAPEST LAND SOUTH Dakota 40- 10:30AM-10PM, FOOD PROVIDED, or acres to 1,360 acres as low $367/ac with Monday 6/30, The Grand Hotel, 1505 N EZ seller financing, no credit checks! Best Broadway, Minot, ND 5AM-10AM, FOOD deal USA! Joan (949) 439-6442. PROVIDED, OR apply online at www.dri-LIVESTOCK/SUPPLIES vewithbridger.com 2 YEAR OLD BLACK ANGUS BULLS CLASS A CDL DRIVER wanted for sired by Sitz Upward, Connealy Infocus paving company June through November 4925, Connealy Reflection, GT Premium in Fargo, ND. Must have current CDL and Design & More. Moderate Framed, Good clean driving record. $24 per hour. 701- Disposition, Calving Ease and High 237-4860 EXT 24. EOE Growth. Lawler Angus Ranch, Linton, ND IMMEDIATE OPENING FORan experi- 701-782-4280. Photos: www.bismanon- encedtruck driver! Competitive compen- line.corn AD#1169367. sation package including benefits, vacation HORSE BUYER IN TOWN! Will be in 3 time and performance bonuses. Freightlocations: Rugby Livestock, Rugby ND Solutions of Hurdsfield, ND, specializes in June 30th 9-5; Stockmans Livestock,West hopper and liquid freight, hauling bulk ag barn, Dickinson ND July 1st 9-5; Chad commodities. We are seeking a qualified, Bergers feedlot, Mandan ND, July 2nd 9- professional driver to join our company. 5. Buying all kinds and classes of horses. Tanker and NH3 experience preferred but Paid on the spot. No commission, no not required: Must be able to drive to yardage, no waitinglYou can justbring your Canada. If you are looking for reliable work horses or for more info call Joe or Sharon with a family-owned company, call Chad at Simon at 612-839-9568. 701-962-3302 or visit freightsoiution- MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE snd.com LOOKING FOR THE most complete BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY/ listing of ND Media? ND Media Guide. Only INVESTMENTS $25! Call (701) 223-6397, ND Newspaper NEED 1031 ACCREDITED Investors Association. for Fargo Grand Forks area development YOUR 25-WORD classified ad can now projects. $50,000 to $500,000. Integrated appear in every ND newspaper! Only $150! Properties, LLC. 701-852-3045. NorthSCAN is the answer. Contact your REAL ESTATE FOR SALE newspaper for placement. 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