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PAGE8 THE PRESS JUNE 25, 2014 Weekly by Linda Thistle 9 7 4 2 3 5 1 4 /l 8 i 3 ' 5 1 4 3 i 8 6 9 1 4 6 7 8 3 3 7 2 Place a nurnber in the enlpty 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: * * * Moderate * 1- Challenging * * HOO BOY! (~) 2014 King Featules Synd., Inc. test R0driguez 1. TELEVISION: Which television sitcom was set at the Stratford Inn'? 2. GEOGRAPHY: Where is the Bay of Fundy? 3. SCIENCE: How much faster does sound travel in water than in air'? 4. MATH: What is the ori- gin of the word "zero"? 5. ENTERTAINERS: Which famous comedian/ actor had a brief boxing career? 6. ANATOMY: Where is the macula in the human body? 7. I.ANGUAGF2 What is a "beau geste"? 8. MEASUREMENTS: What does a "gill" mea- sure? 9. GENERAL KN()WL- td)GE: What is the color of the circle on .lapan's nation- i01 ......... ....... SLOGANS: Which company urged cus- t0mcrs to "make a run for the border"? Answers I. "Newharr' 2. Between the Canadian provinces of New Bruns- wick and Nova Scotia 3. About four times faster 4. Arabic, from the word "sift," which means empty 5. Bob Hope 6. The eye 7. A magnanimous gesture 8. Liquids, about one- quarter eta pint 9. Red 10. Taco Bell ,~! 2014 King Features Synd.. Inc. TRIVIA 1. is the book of Lamenta- tions in the Old or New Tes- tament or neither? 2. Which book may be sumnlarized, 'lt really is. true, Jesus Christ is God llirnselff'? /~]llthd'l,l', :~lark, Lztke. Job,'1 3. In Esther 2:17, listher was made qtleen instead of ...? Vashti, R,th, Anna, Sap- phira 4. W'ho gave Solomon cedar and fir trees accord- ing to all his desire'? David, t-titan,. ClTalcol, ~/alTo/ 5. From Ecclesiastes 3, there is a time to mourn and a time to ...? Leave', Dar;ce, 1.eve. l r~tit 6. In I .Iohn 4:8, God is "wh at"? A Iwc{vs, Grace. Low+', Beloved ANSVVI;RS: I ) ()ld; 2) ,lohn; 3) Vashti; 4) Hiram; 5) l)ancc; 6) Love (I'()//I/#IC'IILYJ* ,~"lO/'(' 7)'ivict/ l~',Yil ll;I II I'. TririaGtt I: corn !'; 2(114 King Features S3 nd.. Inc. SELLING AT AUCTION X Hanging Diamond Ranch Winifred. MT it, c I 9 2 z B;L v -71i T , 76 7 J~,~suv / -- n oans/:pioaM orts ] Q ,U'!Z, t~ Chris Richcmek 1. In 2013, A.J. Pier- zynski became the fourth catcher to have I 3 consecu- tive seasons of 100 games caught. Name two or the other three. 2. Name the last tcallq to have three 20-game win- ners in the sarne season. 3. In 2(i) 12, Notre Dame's Manti Tc'o became the third college fbotball defensive player to rinish second in the I leisrnan Tro- phy voting. Who were the rirst t~vo? 4. In 2012-13, Miami's LeBron James recorded his seventh season of at least 2,000 points, 500 rebounds al-ld 500 assists. Who el~e did it six times? 5. Cam W'ard is the all- tilne leader in games played in goal tbr lhe Carolina I htrricanes, with 46 I. Who is second? 6. Name the first Ameri- can Alpine female skier to win medals in three Olympics? .,.. ,,~,7~~ t h c. I a~ .go 11 E r bef~}l-e Steven Bowditch ill 2014 io have a closing score of 70 or higher in the final o['a P(JA event he won7 Answers 1. Johnny Bench, Bill Dickey and Brad Ausmus. 2. The 1973 Oakland A's ....... Ken Holtznlan, Catfish I lunter and Vida Blue. 3. Alex Karras ot" Iowa (1957) and Itugh Cireen ot:" Pitt ( 1980). 4. {)scar Robertson. 5. Arturs Irbe, with 309. 6. Julia mancuso (2006, 10, " 14). 7. Vijay Singh won the 2(104 PGA Championship despite a final-round score o f 76. ~:' 2014 King [catures Synd.. Inc. 1. Who was born Veronica Yvette Bennett? 2. Which Queen song mentions Scaramouche, Fandango and Galileo? 3. How did the band Deep Purple get its nmne? 4. Where is the Montego Bay in Bobby Bloom's SOllg? 5. Name the son~lhat con- tains this lyric: "Don't hang on, nothing lasts forever but the earth and sky, It slips away, all your money won't another minute buy.'" Aiiswers I. Ronnie Specter, of the girl group the Ronettes ("Be My Baby"). She mar- ried their producer Phil Specter, and later divorced him tbr keeping her a virtu- al prisoner. The group sued him and won $3 million in unpaid royalties. 2. "Bohem tan Rhapsody." 3. The group's guitar play- er Rilchie Blackmore had heard his grandmother play a song called "Deep Purple" on the piano. The old song started as an instrumental and finally had lyrics added in 1938. 4. Janmica. 5. "l)ust in the Wind," by Kansas in 1978. "rhis nine- line song is amazingly lyri- cal and literary. The concept of returning to dust cornes fi'om Genesis in the Bible and a Native American book of poetry. Although it wasn't the group's musical style, the song went gold and has been widely used in films and television shows. g) .014 King F'eatures Synd,, Inc. ILooKJN' 7F~PJ_~ 7l~E PRESS PERI$ i ONGOING Ew Ts UI, CO I G Ewrrrs CANCER SUPPORT, PARK RIVER ' PRFS PURSE PARTY, PARK RIVER Cancer Support meets at 7 p.m. the third Thursday of each month in the din- ing room of the Sunrise 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 ofloss, struggles, triumphs and tips for coping with cancer with others who are in similar situations as yours. Support groups are not just for people who have had cancer. Please contact Jayne at 352-1620 or email at umcjayneb@unitymedcenter.com. FCHC AUXILIARY MEETING, PARK RIVER The FCHC Auxiliary meets at 2:00 the second Friday of every month July at the Ambulance building. except SUMMER LIBRARY HOURS, PARK RIVER Monday: 6:30- 8:30 pro; Tuesday: 12:00- 4:00 pro; Thursday: 4:30 - 8:30 pm; Saturday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. The Park River Public Library will be hosting a 2014 Summer Library Program that starts June 2 at 7-8pm. For more information on this event, call the library at 284-6116. GOOD SAMARITAN AUXILIARY, PARK RIVER The Good Samaritan Auxiliary will meet the fourth Thursday of the month at 2:30 p.m. All interested women are invited. PRBC SUMMER CONCERT SERIES, PRBC Park River Bible Camp Summer Concert Schedule (Concerts at 7:00 pm) Sacred Variety; June 29: Brent Hermans; July 6: No Concert; July 13: Camp Worship at 10:00 am, Lunch at 11:30 am, Amy Redding Concert at 7:00 pm; July 20: Hannah Junction; July 27: High Plains Trio; August 3: The Overtones; August 10: Century Club, John Bedore. AGGIE BARREL SERIES, PARK RIVER Aggie Barrel Series is a 4 Week series Running June 25, July 2 0f2014, There is 80% Payback on Open and Youth. Pewee Class-10 and under ($5), Open 4D Barrels ($20), Youth 4D Barrels-17 and under as of Jan 1, 2013 ($10), Open 3D Poles ($15) Grand and Reserve in each division for Open and Youth. All Peewees get a prize. Exhibitions 5-6:30 pro; Runs start at 7pro. Location: Aggie Arena, Park River. Checkout our event on Facebook for updates and rules. Call before you haul, for cancellations call Cyndi 701-370-2545, Sally 701-331-1971 FARMERS RKET, PARK RIVER Park River Farmers Market will be open on Thursdays beginning July 10 through August 28th from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Don't forget to check out the local farmers market in Grafion on Tuesdays too! For more information about becoming a vendor at a farmers market contact the Extension Office. II .,co~iNo~v~, II NIGERIAN BISHOP VISIT, PISEK The Tri-parishes of St. John Nepomucene of Pisek, St. Joseph's ofLankin & Sts. Peter & Paul of Bechyne will host the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Awka in Nigeria, Most Rev. Paulinus Ezeokafor to our parish in Pisek on Wednesday, June 25 for a 6:00 PM Mass. Following Mass will be supper & social time. Bishop Ezeokafor is the Bishop of the late Fr. Samuel Ezeibekwe. Bishop Ezeokafor would like to meet and visit with the parishioners and people that meant so very much to Fr. Samuel. Please feel free to join us for this honor eta Bishop from a Nigeria's visit. 4-H FASHION REVIEW, PARK RIVER 4-H Fashion Review will be held at the Park River City Hall Thursday, June 26 at 1:30 p.m. This is open to the public. BRIDAL SHOWER, MINTO Open House Bridal Shower for Mary Zikmund, future bride ofMitch Lehn, will be held Saturday, June 28 from 10:00 a.m. to Noon at the Minto Community Center. The couple is registered at Kohls and Fleet Farm. Everyone is welcome. HERITAGE N ASS, BECHYNE The Bechyne, Sts. Peter and Paul Church, of rural Lankin will be celebrating the feast of it's patron saints on Sunday, June 29, with a Heritage Mass at 10:30 AM. A noon dinner of ethnic foods and an old time dance to follow. Everyone is welcome! Park River Area School District #8 has an opening for a Business Manager. Successful applicants should have a business back- ground as well as good technology and people skills. Experience in budget development, financial planning, and accounting in an educational environ- ment is preferred. Competitive salary and benefits are available. Applicants must complete a school district application, submit a resume and letter of application to: Kirk Ham - Superintendent Park River Area Schools Box 240 Park River, ND 58270 District applications can be found at www.parkriver.k12.nd.us IIII The Park River Figure Skaters will be having their 5th Annual Purse Party Fundraiser on Tuesday, July 1. For more information on this event call Sally Larson at 331-1971. CANADA DAY PARADE, PARK RIVER Park River's annual Canada Day Parade through downtown will Tuesday, July 1 at 8:30 p.m. take place BRIDAL SHOWER, EDINBURG There will be an open house bridal shower in honor of Anne Nygard at the Edinburg Community Center on Wednesday, July 2 at 7:00 pm with a program at 7:30 pm. The couple is registered at Bed, Bath and Beyond and www.honeyfund.corn/wedding/teamhanks2014 ALUMNI BANQUET, PARK RIVER All Aggie graduates and friends plan to attend the annual July 3 get-together at 6 p.m. at the Park River High School gym. Advance tickets on sale for $15 at Ye Olde Medicine Center and First United Bank. Twenty dollars at the door. FOURTH OF JULY FESTIVITIES, PARK RIVER A detailed full listing of the Park River Independence Day Schedule will be in the July 2 issue of the Walsh County Press. New events include Lyric Bingo Fundraiser, Sanctioned Kids Pedal Pull, Cantor for Cancer horse show, and more!, FIRE DEPARTMENT FUNDRAISER, ADAMS Adams Fire Department Fundraiser on Friday, July 4 at the Adams Auditorium. Retirement Performance of Bob and the Twisters. Meal and Dance $20.00/person from 5:30-8:30 pm, Dance starts at 7:00 pm (Pulled pork, beans, coleslaw and dessert) Bar provided by Lion's Den of Lankin. ANTIQUE TRACTOR RIDE, LANKIN Lankin Antique Tractor Ride to take place Saturday, July 5. 1960 and older tractors and Irailors. Riders welcome. More info to follow - Questions call Francis 701-331-1005. LEGION FUNDRAISER BREAKFAST, PARK RIVER The Park River American Legion will be having an American Legion Fundraiser Breakfast on Sunday, July 6 at 8 am - 1 pm. It will be a Free Will Offering and they will be serving breakfast sausage, pancakes, coffee and juice, hope to see you there!! WALSH QUILTERS, PARK RIVER Walsh Quilters will meet Monday, July 7 at the Park River Senior Center at 1 pm. BRIDAL SHOWER, FORDVILLE There will be a bridal shower for Jaci Cost, future bride of Ryan Bergstom, Tuesday, July 8 at 7 pm at the Fordville Lutheran Church. Jaci is registered at = Target and Crate & B I. ................................... CAMP WORSHIP DAY, PRBC Camp Worship Day at Park River Bible Camp will be held Sunday, July 15. Service starts at 10:00 am. Join us following the service for a free lunch. Event will feature speaker Ben Hylden; author of Finding Faith in the Field and counselor at PRBC. PRBC is located at 106 Solid Rock Circle, Park River, ND 58270. Office: 701-284-6795. Info at parkriverbiblecamp.org PROJECT SAFE SEND, GRAFTON Area Project Safe Send dates include July 23 at 519 South St. Michigan and July 24 at 333 Commerce St. Graffon. The program accepts old, unusable or banned pesticides, including herbicides, insecticides, rodenticides and fungicides. The collected pesticides are shipped out of state for incineration. Project Safe Send is funded through product registration fees paid by pesticide manufacturers. People with more than 1,000 pounds of pesticides should pre-register at least two days prior to delivery. No other pre-registration is required. A maximum of 20,000 pounds of pesticides per participant will be accepted. Pesticide rinse water and empty containers are no longer accepted. GSS GAARDEN PARTY, PARK RIVER Good Samaritan Society's 2014 Garden Party Fundraiser Silent Auction & Quilt Raffle will be held Sunday, Ang. 3 from 5-7 p.m. We are grilling out this year! Burgers, brats, and much, much more. Free will offering. Entertainment provided by the country western styling's of Clem Nadeau. All proceeds will go toward a new generator for our center. Come Join Us!! Everyone welcome!! PROGRAM TECHNI- CIAN VACANCY Walsh County Farm Service Agency The United States Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency (FSA) located at 417 Park St W Ste 2, Park River, ND 58270 is seeking applications for a full-time permanent Program Technician vacancy. This position includes various benefits and the salary will range from $25,181 to $50,932 annually, depending on qualifications of the applicant. Applications will be accepted from June 30, 2014 through July 15, 2014. Applications must be submitted online at USA JOBS. Contact Walsh County FSA office at 701-284-7771 if you have any questions. The Federal Government is an Equal Op- portunity Employer. Candidates will be considered w~t"hout discrimination for any non-merit reason such as race, color, na- tional origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital or family status or membership or non-membersNp in any employee organi- zation. The Walsh County Farm Service Agency is seeking applicants for a Program Technician. This is a temporary position to run through September 30, 2014 with potential for extension. Starting salary will be $12.07 to $15.15 per hour, based on education and experience. Benefits include paid vacation and sick leave. Position requires working on routine appli- cations and contracts with agri- cultural producers. On-the-job training will be provided. Prior knowledge of agriculture prac- tices is beneficial but not re- quired. Apply at or send resume to the Walsh County FSA Office, 417 Park St W, Ste 2, Park River ND 58270. The FSA-675 appli- cation may be obtained on-line or by contacting the FSA office. Applications must be postmarked, faxed, emailed to Kristi.Brint- nell@nd.usda.gov, or delivered in person by June 27, 2014. FSA is an Equal Opportunity Employer 16,185:!: Acres In 1 0 Tracts "k In order to bid at the auction, buyers must 15,205 Acres Deeded be prequalifled and submit a qualified bid 880 Acres State Lease previous to 100 Acres BLM 4:30 p.m, 2014 For Information, Contact: ROGER JACOBS BRYAN ANDERSON (406) 698-7686 (406) 839-7439 Go to www.pipmontana.com for more details 2i7 7-7) OFFICE: (405) 259-2544 F~x: (406) 259-2510 P.O. Box 30755 BILLINGS, MT 59107 PATRICK K. GOGGINS " EROKERJOwNER Education: The perfect position for a retired elementary teacher and or a music teacher. Fordville-Lankin Public School is searching for a part time elementary teacher for the 2014-15 school year. Also, needed is a full time or part time music instructor. If interested in either position call 7-701-229-3297 or email the su- perintendent at Michael.obrien@sendit.nodak.edu. /