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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28 2017 Page 3 ' re not just a pharmacy, Locally owned and operated, Grafton . Drug features a unique selection of giftware, puzzles, candy, kitchen items cards, and more. Gift wrap with purchase. Gift cards also available. KARl Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: // 9 Park River Hockey Boosters Annual Golf Scramble scheduled for Friday, June 30. Regis- tration 4:00pm, 5:00pm Shotgun Start. Cost is $35/player and helps to support Park River local youth hockey program. **Not a golfer, no problem! Join us for dinner for $10 begin- ning at 7:30pm. Kids are allowed this year but must be accompanied by an adult. Questions, contactAlissa at 701-360-0830 or alissa.foer- Call Hillcrest Golf Club at 701-284-6733 to reserve a cart. kLSH COUNTY Park River PO Box 49 ,, ariran; CountyROad 12D i 1 (L) s, ,m ..... ^n. -,.... i;;; AUTO PARTS Park River Implement 284-6316 kRST UNITED Bank&lnsurance Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 Michigan ~ 259-2112 Hoople ~ 894-6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 110 4th St. E Park River Jim's Super Yalu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! SS CALL FOR RATES ADVERTISING DEADLINE: THURSDAY AT NOON PHONE (701) 284-6333 Fax (701) 284-6091 WCPRESS@POLARCOMM.COM iJ -Walsh County Veterans Service Office Here is a quick summary of a window it should be displayed in few points of what not to do: Don't the same way -- with the union or dip the U.S. Flag for any person, blue field to the left of the observer flag, or vessel. Don't let the flag in the street. When the flag is dis- touch the ground. Don't fly flag played on a car, the staff shall be upside down unless there is an fixed firmly to the chassis or emergency. Don't carry the flag clamped to the right fender. fiat, or carry things in it. Don't use When saluting the flag DO the the flag as clothing. Don't store the following: All persons present in flag where it can get dirty. Don't uniform (military, police, fire, etc.) use it as a cover. Don't fasten it or should render the military salute. tie it back. Always allow it to fall Members of the armed forces and free. Don't draw on, or otherwise veterans who are present but not in mark the flag. Don't use the flag uniform may render the military for decoration. Use, instead, salute. All other persons present bunting with the blue on top, then should face the flag and stand at at- white, then red. tention with their right hand over Here are a few points of proper the heart, or if applicable, remove display of the U.S. Flag: When the their headdress with their right flag is displayed over the middle of hand and hold it at the left ghoul- the street, it should be suspended der, the hand being over the heart. vertically with the union (blue field Contact the Walsh County VSO of stars) to the north in an east and for more information on flag eti- west street or to the east in a north quette or visit http://www.usflag and south street. When placed on a .org/uscode36.html for more infor- Podium the flag should be placed marion. Thank you for your service. on the speaker's right or the stag- ing area. Other flags should be Katrina I-lodny, Veteran placed to the left. When displayed Service Officer either horizontally or vertically Admin Bldg 638 CooperAve, against a wall (or other fiat sur- Suite 5 Grafton, ND 58237 face), the union (blue field of stars) 701-352-5030 or 701-331-1700 should be uppermost and to the flag's own right, that is, to the ob- server's left. When displayed in a Facebook @NDWCVSO I t By Jim Miller Blind Spot Helpers To help your dad see better when switching lanes or merging into traffic, purchase your dad some "blind spot mirrors." These are Dear Savvy Senior, Do you know of any auto safety products that can help seniors with older cars ? My 80-year-old father, who drives his beloved 2004 Toyota Avalon, is still a good pretty driver small convex mirrors that would but he has limited range-of-, .stick to the comer of his side view motion, which makes looking'over : mirrors'to improve side and rear vi- his shoulder to back-up or merge i ..sion. They can be purchased in any !nto traffic very difficult, store that sells auto supplies for a few !~ Inquiring Son dollars. :~ , '~ , Or, for a high-tech mo~.% tom- Dear Inquiring, "*prehensive solution, ~thC To help keep your dad safe and Goshen Blind Spot Detec-W6"fl'Sys- extend his driving years, there are a tem ($239, This eye- number of auto aids and new safe- tem uses small sensors installed on ty technology products that can be each side of the rear bumper that added to his car to help with various monitor the sides of the vehicle, and needs. Here are several to consider, will alert your dad with a light in- dicator, installed inside the car, if any Backup Aids object detected within 10 feet. To help your dad increase his vis- ibility when backing up, a simple Safety Products product that can be added to his car For extra safety, you may also is an AllView Mirror ($60, AI- want to consider a collision wam- This is an over- ing/lane departure device for your sized rear view mirror that attaches dad's vehicle like the Mobileye to his existing mirror to widen his 630. This is a smart camera that at- rear visibility and eliminate blind taches to the windshield and will spots so he can see traffic without alert your dad if he speeds, drifts out significant neck or body rotation. It of his lane, gets too close to the car also helps during parking, in fi'ont of him, or gets too close to Another option is a backup cam- a pedestrian or cyclist. Sold only era. These come with a weather- through retailers (see proof, night vision camera, which at- retailer), this device can be pur- taches to the license plate on the rear chased and installed by a Mobileye- of the car. When the car is in reverse, certified technician for around it sends live images wirelessly to a small monitor that mounts to the $1,100. dash or windshield. The Yada Dig- If you're interested in some- ital Wireless Backup Camera ($140, thing a little less expensive, them are also dashboard cameras that can Amazon) with 4.3" Dash Monitor is double as collision warning systems. a good option. Or, if your dad does- n't want a monitor in his car, the Auto Vox Wireless Backup Camera ($140, is one that dis- plays the image in a rearview mirror. ELECTRIC LTD (;5 Years of cxccptional service - with many third generation customers. Expedenced, well trained and knowledgable staff that live in your communities. Providing Quality Electrical Services to: Farms Agricultural Plants Schools Water Plants Homes Cities ADAMS, N.D.- United Blood blood. Those relying on blood in the Services is calling on the Adams region receive that lifesaving blood community to help maintain a safe from United Blood Services. blood supply during the summer as Donors can make a convenient the need for blood increases, butdo- appointment to give blood at nations decrease. The next blood orby drive in your area will be on calling Wednesday, July 5, 2017 at the (800)917-4929. With each do- City Auditorium from 1:00 pm to nation, donors receive a free total 6:00 pm. cholesterol test and em points in In order to help incentivize United Blood Services' Hero in donors, UBS will be giving away a Me rewards program. 2016 Harley Davidson XG 750 to Blood donation takes about an one lucky donor who presents to do- hour from check-in to refreshments. nate between June 1 and September Donors can save about 20 minutes 9, 2017. by completing their Fast Track New blood donors are needed Health History the day they donate every day to replace those who can on no longer donate, however blood To sign up to save a life please centers are seeing fewer people call Pat Hove at 701-367-9980. step forward to rollup their sleeves. Volunteer blood donors must be As the only supplier of blood to al- at least 16m weigh a minimum of most 70 area hospitals, United 110 pounds and be in good health. Blood Services needs an average of Additional height/weight require- 250 donors per day to maintain a ments apply to donors 22 and safe blood supply, younger, and donors who are 16 or About 30 percent ofUBS' blood 17 must have signed permission supply goes to cancer patients across from a parent or guardian. For more the region and one in seven people information, visit www.unitedblood entering the hospital will need BISMARCK, N.D. -- The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) will change its mowing practices along state highways this summer due to drought conditions across the state. Instead of completing regu- lar mowing practices in July, the NDDOT will conduct only limit- ed mowing along highways and ditches from June to early August. Limited mowing will focus on ur- banized areas, intersections, ramp areas, medians of four-lane high- ways and other areas as needed. to help combat this summer's drought. Private mowing is not al- lowed in medians of four-lane highways. Motorists are asked to watch for mowing equipment along high- ways and should slow down and move over if possible. For more information, contact the respective NDDOT district office in your area: Devils Lake District (701) 665-5100 Grand Forks District (701) 787-6500 Adjacent landowners (farmers Or visit the NDDOT website for and ihformati6 arid map at: harv *ih "fft .tate C :'.// (non-Interstate) ditches as a way trictinfo.htm JANET GRITZ OF HOOPLE, NORTH DAKOTA SUFFERED A MAJOR HEART ATTACK THERE HAS BEEN AN ACCOUNT OPENED AT FIRST UNITED BANK i TO HELP JANET WITH MEDICAL EXPENSES DONATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTEDAT THE HOOPLE AND CRYSTAL BRANCHES DONATIONS CAN ALSO BE MAILED TO FIRST UNITED BANK, BOX 220 HOOPLE, ND 58243 c d:en, ,,, o n ;,t 11 r,~lll!~llll llll~ I I I I I I I I I -% I I I I Senior Savvy I co,t s : I , ~k,for us in our new location I 7~7~, Park Street East by Cenex I I I II(;' Biggest selection ever I I I and lowest prices guaranteed I I I I I I I I I I I I I Ye Olde Medicine Center Drayton Drug Park River. 701-284-7676 Drayton. 701-454-3831 I , I ~rving northeastern North Dakata and northwestern Minnesota I ........ 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