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Weekly DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: * JUNE 27, 2012 D by Linda Thistle 6 9 3 7 | i ' 4 5 8 6 t ,9 2 1 4 5 8 7 6 ' 7 3 1 2 ' 5 ! 8 3 2 9 3 6 4 I I ! : 8 5 1 ' J6J9J7 ! 51 I 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. ' )1 -FICULT3 THIS WEEK: : * Moderate * Challenging , ,* * * HO0 BOY! (g~) 2012 King Features Synd,Inc. i 1 Name the artist who released "'My Life." 2. Rod Steward donated the royalties from which song to the United Nations Children s Fund (UN I- C F: F )'? 3. Which group released "Don't You (Forget About [ Me)" and when? 4. What guitarist singer/ songwriter released "Won- derful Tonight?'" 5. Name the singer who had a debut hit with "Mama Used to Say'." (Hint: One nanqe.) 6. How many singles did the Beach Boys release with the word "'surff' in the title'? M 4 K q i q u THE PRESS PAGE 9 :~'Ta. ~ - " FN . L ]LoOKIN THRd.Z THE PREss PERISCOPES I CANCER SUPPORT, PARK RIVER AGGIE ALUMNI DINNER, PARK RIVER Cancer Support meets at 7 p m the third Thursday of each month in the din- Annual Aggie Alumni get together will be held Tuesday, July 3. Dinner at ing room of the Sunrise Apts Good Samaritan Society - Park River. Everyone 6:00PM. Tickets $15 00 at First United Bank, Out to Lunch, Ye Olde Medicine Welcome Center $20.00 at the door. Aggie Alumni room opens at 12:00 through the dinner CANCER SUPPORT, GRAPTON CLASS OF 1992 REUNION, PARK RIVER Umty Medical Center s Cancer Support Group will meet m the conference room 1 2 Graduates ar ! " 99 here e the Reunion details for Tuesday, July 3: 3p-6p -Golfing at the hospital the first Monday of every month The Cancer Support Group 6 7 30 . . p- : - Legion for social hour/dinner 7:30-p - Teachers/Parents/Friends/ will meet at 5 p m for one hour Come and share your story of loss, struggles, Mem ers fth " and vi " -- . . .- b o e commnn ty welcome to come triumphs and tzps t0r coping w]tla cancer wttla others who are m strmlar s tuataons as yours Support groups are not just for people who have had cancer. Please . . . WCAS CLAss OF 1962 REUNION, PARK RIVER contact Jayne at 352 1620 or emad at urncjayneb@unttymedcenter corn - " " WCAS Class of 1962 Reunion will be at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 4 at the Park River American Legion. GOOD SAMARITAN AUXILIARY, PARK RIVER The Good Samaritian Society- Park River Auxili 'y will meet at 2:30 p.m. the W AS 1947 CLASS REUNI PAR " fourth Thursday of each month. All interested friends and relatives of the ON, K NIVER residents are welcome to attend. The WCAS class of 1947 will meet for lunch on Tuesday, July 3 at Gramma 4 I 1 4 1 1 1 d Answers 1. Billy Joel. The song was used as a television theme song on "Bosom Buddies." 2. "I)o Ya Think i'm Sexy,'" in 1979. The song has been covered, sampled and remixcd by dozens of other artists .o.~, o 3. Simple Minds, in 1985. It was used in the soundtrack Ibr the film "'The Breakfast Club." The song had been turned down by others, including Billy Idol. 4. Eric Clapton. in 1978. "'Wondertifl Tonight" origi- nalb was on his "Slowhand" album, but didn't appear as a single until t991. 5. Junior, in 1982. The song was a qop 5 R&B hit. 6. Twelve, including less- er-known titles such as "The Rocking Surfer," "Noble Surfer, South Bay Surf- er,'" "Still Surfi n'. Surfer Moon" and "Surfers Rule." L'. 2012 King Features Synd Inc. i ia test ~,~ R0driguez I. GENERAL KNOWL- EDGE: Where is the histor- ic milita base Fort Brags located? 2. LITERATURE: Who wrote the novel "'The House of Mirfl '? 3. HISTORY: Who was the last pharaoh of Egypt? 4. AD SLOGANS: What company's well-known adveFtising slogan is "M'm! M'm! Good!"? 5. FAMOUS QUOTA- TIONS: Who once said. -Everywhere is within walking distance if you have the time"? 6. INVENTIONS: What machine did Johannes Gutenberg invent'? 7. MATII: A fraction is an example of what kind of number? 8. MUSICALS: The song "New York, New York" comes from what musical? 9. SCIENCE: What does a herpetologist study? 10. MOVIES: In what 1960 movie did the charac- ter Norman Bates make his appearance? Answers I. Carolina 2 Edith Wharton 3. Cleopatra 4. Campbell's Soup 5. Steven Wright 6. Printing press 7. Rational number 8. "On the Town" 9. Amphibians and rep- tiles I 0. "Psycho" 2012 King Features Synd Inc. orts 2. Who is the only player to belt tbur home runs in two different World Series? 3. Name the last offensive rookie before center Maur- Lice Pouncey m 2010 to start every regular-season game for the Pittsburgh Steelers. 4. Who holds the record for most 3-point field goals made in the NCAA men's basketball championslaip game? 5. Name two NilE goal- ies to have scored a goal in both a regular-season game and a playoffgame. 6. When was the last time the U.S. won a gold medal in men's track 5.000 7. Who held tim record for biggest margin of victory in the LPGA Championship before Cristie Kerr won by 12 shots in 2010? Answers 1. N ineteen seasons. 2. The Dodgers' Duke Snider (1952, 1955). 3. Wide receiver Run Shanklin, in ! 970. 4. Indiana's Steve Altbrd (1987), Oklalaoma's Dave Sieger (1988) and Ken- tucky's Tony DelL (1996) all lilt seven in a chmnpion- ship game. 5. Philadelphia's Run Hextall and New' Jersey's Martin Brodeur. 6. It was 1964 (Bob Schul). 7. Betsy King won by 11 strokes in 1992. FCHC AUXILIARY MEETING, PARK RIVER The FCHC Auxiliary meets at 2:30 the second Friday of every month at the Ambulance building. There will be no meeting in July. APOSTOLIC FAITH CHURCH SERVICES, PARK RIVER Starting Sunday, April 29 Apostolic Faith Church will be holding church services in Park River. Everyone welcome. We will be meeting in the community room of the city building with Sunday worship service at 6 pm. For more information please call Steven Schueller at 701-739-2884 or Ben Buffing at 284-6419. SUMMER READING PROGRAM, PARK RIVER The Park River Library will be holding their Summer Reading Program for ages 4-18, Monday nights 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m through July 23. II "PCOMI"O V ' II MEMORIAL SERVICE, FORDVILLE A graveside memorial service for Marvin Montgomery is set for 10:30 am Friday, June 28 at Oak Grove Cemetery at Fordville, ND. Fr. Samuel Ezeibekwe will officiate. Mr. Montgomery died December 21, 2011 in New York City where he and his wife, the former Lisa Claire Miller of Fordville, resided. Friends and relatives of the family are invited to attend the service. Refreshments will be served following the service at Bob and Rose Lyrme Miller farm, 6020 Hwy 32, Fordville. OPEN HOUSE/VVEDDING. RECEPTION, PARK RIVER Mamie Johnson and Patrick Peterka were married on May 19, 2012 at St. Odilia's LaConic hurch in eqllor view, MIN. open house/reception will be held at Kensington Place, Highway 17 East, from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, June 30. Everyone welcome. WFLA KOSOBUD MEETING, LANKIN WFLA Kosobud Lodge 106 will have a meeting on Sunday, July 1, at the Lankin Senior Center. Past members of Lodge 191 are encouraged to attend. The meeting will begin at 1:30 p.m. with coffee and goodies to follow. Please try to attend this meeting. OPEN HOUSE/ANNIVERSARY RECEPTION, PISEK Joe & Lorraine Zikmund of Forest River, ND, will celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary on Sunday, duly 1 with an 8:30 a.m. Mass at St. John Nepomucene Cathofic Church in Pisek, ND and an Open House from 2 - 4 p.m at the American Legion in Pisek. No gills please. Jo's restaurant, Highway 17, Park River at I 1 a.m. Those planning to attend, call Loma Marifjeren at 701-284-7210. If unable to attend please send an update on you and your family to Loma Mari0eren, P.O. Box 133, park River, N.D. 58270. Your classmates want to hear from you. The Aggie Alumni Dinner will be held hat evening at 6 p.m. FOURTH OF JULY FESTIVITIES, PARK RIVER Park River s annual Fourth of July celebration will be held Wednesday, July 4 look for more information, including a full schedule in upcoming issues of the Walsh County Press! BRIDAL SHOWER, PARK RIVER An Open House Bridal Shower Jeni Thompson (daughter of Jane and John Thompson) will be held on Saturday, July 7 at 10:00 a.m. in Park River at the St. Mary's Catholic Church. CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION, DAHLEN Dahlen, N.D. will be celebrating its centennial on Saturday, July 7. The celebration will begin with a parade at 11:00 a.m. vendors, Old Time Dance at 1:30 p.m tractor pull at 2:00 p.m coffee social in church afternoon, youth activities, train rides, horse show, fireworks and street dance. Raffle tickets drawings at 6:00 p.m. than two items on auction. Souvenirs are and will be available. Find us at: www.dahlencentennial.shutterfly.com. PR5K (FUN)DRAISER, PARK RIVER A 5k will be held on Saturday, July 7 at 8 a.m. in Park River. Proceeds to help fund the new playground equipment for the "Little Park" Registration 7 - 7:30 a.m. Run/Walk begins at 8 a.m. Information: www, cityofparkriver.com ANTIQUE TRACTOR RIDE, LANKIN Lankin's 6th Annual Antique Tractor Ride will be held Saturday, July 21. 1960 tractors or older t o participate. Call Francis at 593-6155 or 331-1005 for more information. VETERANS BENEFIT FAIR, GRAFTON The Walsh County Veterans Service Office presents a Regional Veterans Benefits Fair to be held in Grafton on Saturday, July 28. Details to follow at a later time. If you would like your organization to have a booth at this event, please call Katrina Hodny, WCVSO at 352-5030. GOOD SAMARITAN GARDEN PARTY, PARK RIVER Come one, come all! Sunday, July 29, from noon to 4pm at the Good Sam in Park River. A free will offering noon meal will be served, followed by music and dancing provided by: Matt Hodek and the Dakota Dutchmen. A Silent Auction will also be held *All proceeds will go towards the purchase of new wheelchair accessible van for our residents. |1 Who, what where, ,hen why i n't your calendar announcement in the Wal h County Pre s? Call 284-6 13 I ,~;, 2012 King Features Synd Inc. TRIVIA 1. Is the book of Dan in the Old or New" Testarnenl or neither? 2. Prudence. courage, tem- perance, justice, tifith, hope and charily are the seven '~what'? l)eadly sins. Arch- angels I, Trltles. tlor,Yemert 3. From Genesis 3 1. who told Laban that he had gone 20 years without a decent sleep? Adam. Jacob, Moses. Noah 4. Which book of the New Testalnent (KJV) is divided into three parts (books)? Corinthians, 77motlo: Peter. .Jr)hit 5. From Numbers 22, what prophet had a talking donkey to ride on? Nimrod. Rehoboam, Balaam, Zimri 6. What did Abraham name Park River Farrner Market Thursdays from 5:30---6:30 pm July 5 Aug. 30 Fresh produce, homemade baked goods, canned goods, fresh eggs, crafts, etc. There will be entertainment, concessions, and much more each week! Little Park--Park River, ND Corner of 4th St. W & Harris Ave S Come for the FOOD! Come for the FUN! In case of rain--will be held at Fair Building--510--6th St. W For more information: call NDSU Extension--Walsh County at 701:284.6624 Sponsored in part by WOW2 (Wellness Outreach Without Walls) Network & NDSU Extension Service--Walsh County his son whom Hagar bore? llero~Z Joshua, Asa, Ls'hmael ANSWERS: I ) Neither; 2) Virtues; 3)Jacob; 4)John; 5) Balaam; 6) Ishmael Comments? More Trivia? Visit www.TriviaGuy.com ( "~ ' sS ~i~ 0 1 2 K mg Feature." ynd. I no. g 8 Z 6 9 t t~ g P Z~S L 6 ~ 9 8 e I-9 9 ~ /. 6 V 9 6 L t~ e I. Z Thank you for your vote and support in the June 12 primary election. I look forward to meeting you throughout the coming campaign and will be needing your support in the November election. ,ll Rep. Dark1 Monson Benefits include: Family Paid Health Care, Pension Plan, Sick & Holiday Pay, & Flexible Work Schedule. ~l J#" Contact us at w~.nd.gov/ITD~ ~. 701 328.1004 or~ t!I In~l,m~ thl Complete all cotu~es in 12 weeks New classes starting m~ n y Mig - Tig - Stick & Pipe Welding courses Open 50 weeks a year ' Blue Print Reading & Welding Symbols - Maximum of I 0 students per class 40 hr. - 480 hr courses Certifications available Lynnes Welding Training I Bismarck Campus. 1-701-751-4256 Fargo Campus. 1-701-373-0658 g ~; b E: L 9 g Z 6 aoMsuv -- NNOQNS AINOOM -- Your source for Happy Happenin Walsh County Press 284-6333