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Page 12 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 2017 by Linda Thistle 1 9 6 7 8 1 2 7 3 2 6 9 3 2 1 4 8 5 1 5 7 9 3 4 4 8 2 5 Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small g-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine. DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: O Moderate 41~1~ Challenging O O HOO BOY ~D 2017 King Features Synd., Inc. 1. HISTORY: What wax poet Walt Whitman's job during the U.S. Civil War? 2. GEOGRAPHY: Which U.S. National Park receives more visitors every year than any other park? 3. SCIENCE: What does a lepidop- terist study? 4. FOOD & DRINK: What kind of food is chevre? 5. FASHION: What kind of cloth takes its name from the phrase "cloth of the king"? 6. CURRENCY: What was Poland's basic unit of currency called belbre the euro? 7. AD SLOGANS: What product was advertised as "the snack that smiles back"? 8. MUSIC: Who is the lead singer for the Red Hot Chili Peppers'? 9. COLLEGE TEAMS: What is Rut- gets University sports team called'? 10. ART: Which 20th-century pho- tographer was known for his black- and-white depictions of the American West? Answers 1. Male nurse 2. Great Smoky Mountains 3. Butterflies and moths 4. Goat's milk cheese 5. Corduroy is from the French "cord du roi" 6. The zloty 7. Goldfish crackers 8. Anthony Kiedis 9. Scarlet Knights I 0. Ansel Adams 2017 King Features Synd., Inc. TRIVIA by Wilson Casey I. Is the book of Mark in the Old or New Testament or neither? 2. From Genesis 32, who was "'greatly aft'aid and distressed" about a reunion with a brother he had wronged?./oseph, Jacob. Cain, Peter 3. What city was beat down and sowed with salt'? Shechem, Caesarea. Gaza, Berea 4. From Numbers 20, who died on a mountaintop after being garment stripped'? Moses, Abraham, Noah, Atl/'()ll 5. Who lost all his horse-drawn chariots in a sea'? Ornan, Balaam, Pharaoh, Benaiah 6. Where did Abraham meet angels? Rive1; Tent doon.luniper tree, Prison ANSWERS: I) New: 2) Jacob; 3) Shechem; 4) Aaron: 5) Pharaoh; 6) Tent door Comments ? More Trivia ? Visit www. TriviaGuv.com 2 )17 King Features Synd,, Inc. I. 6 Z ~ 9 9 g 17 8 L ~; z g 6 17 ~; 9 L /- L 9 6 17 L 9 z g 6 6 9 9 '17 /- 8 1;'g L Z g L 6 g 9 9 17 S 9 /- ~ 6 17 9 9 17 6 /- g 17 9 g 9 9 6 L S Je suv nHoGns ~IHaeNI 1. What group released "Tell Me Why"? 2. Who wrote and released "Please Send Me Someone to Love"? 3. Name the artist who had a hit with the sax instrumental "Tuff." 4. Who released an album titled "5150"? 5. Name the song that contains this lyric: "When you're down and trou- bled and you need a helping hand, and nothing, whoa, nothing is going right." Answers 1. The Beatles, by songwriting pair Paul McCartney and John Lennon, in 1964. 2. Percy Mayfield in 1950. It was covered by Johnny Diesel and the Injectors in 1989 lot soundtrack of the film "The Delinquents." In 1997. B.B. King produced his own cover with Mick Hucknall. 3. Ace Cannon, in 1961. It was Can- nun's debut single, going to No. 17 on the Hot 100 chart, Cannon went into the Rock and Soul flail of Fame in 2000. 4. Van ttalen, in 1986. The number is a code section for an involuntary psychiatric hold. 5. "You've Got a Friend," by James Taylor, in 1971. Songwriter Curule King began the song as an answer to a line in Taylor's "Fire and Rain," where he wrote about "lonely times when I could not find a friend." 2017 King Fealures Synd.. Inc. ~Chrisl~_hcreek I. ttow many times has Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw led the majors in strikeouts for a season? 2. When was the last time a reliever won a Rookie of the Year award? 3. Six Division I college football players have recorded three seasons of at least 1,500 rushing yards. Name four of them. 4. Who was the first Harlem Globe- trotter to be enshrined in the Basket- ball tlall of Fame? 5. How many times have the Colum- bus Blue Jackets reached the playoffs in the franchise's 16 NHL seasons? 6. In 2(116, Stanlord won its second straight NCAA Division ! men's soc- cer title. Name the last school to win back-to-back titles. 7. Ohio State won its second straight NCAA men's volleyball champion- ship in 2017. becoming the third con- secutive school to win back-to-back titles. Name the other two schools. Answers 1. Three times -- 2011, 2013 and 2015. 2. Craig Kimbrel of the Atlanta Braves in 2011, 3, Tony Dorsett, tterschel Walker, Travis Prentice, Garrett Wolfe, LaM- ichael James and Donnel Pumphrey. 4. Marques Haynes was inducted in 1998. 5. Three times -- the 2008-09, 2013-14 and 20t6-17 seasons. 6. Indiana, in 2003-04. 7. California Irvine (~_01,_-1.) and Loyola Chicago (2014-15). 2017 King Features Synd., Inc. ~!iii: ii!: CANCER SUPPORT, 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 of loss, 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 umcjavneh(h)nnltvmedcenter.com. JOURNEY BEYOND ABUSE SUPPORT GRAFTON Domestic Violence and Abuse Center is offering the following group session: Journey Beyond Abuse - Women's Support Group Meeting every other Friday from 3:00-4:00 in Grafton. Call Janelle @ 352-4422 for details. PARENTING AFTER VIOLENCE SUPPORT, GRAFTON Domestic Violence and Abuse Center is offering the following group session: Parenting after Violence - Meeting every other Friday from 3:00-4:00 in Grafton. Call Julie @ 352-4213 for more details. 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. FCHC AUXILIARY MEETING, PARK RIVER The FCHC Auxiliary meets in the Park River Ambulance Building at 2:00 p.m on the second Friday of every month except January, February and July. SOIL CONSERVATION MONTHLY MEETING, PARK RIVER Walsh County Three Rivers Soil Conservation District will hold monthly meetings every second Thursday of the month at 8:00 a.m. at the district's Conservation Office, 13351 Hwy 17 West, Park River. One Block West of Alexander House. Info: 701-284-7363 LANKIN LEGION/LEGION Aux. MEETINGS, LANKIN The Lankin Legion and Lankin Legion Auxiliary will again be holding monthly meetings the first Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Lankin Legion Hall. II II A IE BARREL PARK RIVER The Aggie Barrel Series 2017 Dates are June 28 (Cancer Awareness), August 13 (Sidepot @ NBHA, Ext at 10am, Run starts at Noon, this run only) and August 16 (Finals & Awards). Exhibitions beginning at 5-6:30pm; Runs start at 7 p.m. at the Aggie Arena in Park River, N.D. 80% Payback on Open and Youth, many classes available. Check out event on Facebook for updates and rules. Call before you hall; for cancellations call Sally 701-331-1971, Terri 7001-331-4669, or Ginger 701-331-0361. THURSDAY NIGHT COOKOUTS, MIICIO Thursday Night Cookouts start on June 1 and continue through August 10 on Main Street in Minto. Serving will be from 5:00-7:30 p.m. each day. A free-will offering will be received. Please join us for supper--hamburgers, hot dogs, brats, beans, sauerkraut, chips, lemonade and ice cream. This week's host is: Polish National Alliance FARMERS MARKET, PARK RIVER The Park River Farmers Market is set to begin in the Little Park in Park River on Thursday evenings June 15-August 31 from 5:30-6:30 pm with a bell signaling the start of sales. For more information on the market, how to become a vendor, how to sign up your organization to do a meal or to sign up as entertainment contact tara Carlson at 331-1045 or email lcarls 14@good-sam.com.This week's market meal host is: First United Bank for Sunshine Hospitality Home. SUNSHINE HOSPITALITY HOME FUNDRAISER, PARK RIVER On Thursday, June 29 First United Bank is sponsoring a meal at the Farmer's Market in the Little Park in Park River from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Menu: hamburgers, brats, beans, chips, water. Free will offering. All proceeds go to the Sunshine Hospitality Home. We are at $122,000 with a goal of $150,000! CON UNITY WALK, PARK RIVER Community walk will be held in Park River every Thursday night in the month of June, weather permitting. Meet at 6:30 pm in the Little Park. DEU DAY, EDINBURG Deli Day will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church in Edinburg on Thursday, June 29. Take-outs of pulled pork, macaroni salad, and home-made baked beans will be available by the plate, 1/2 pint, 1 pint or quart. Buns can also be purchased. Orders should be placed by Sunday, June 25. Pick up at Trinity Church between 4- 6 pm on Thursday, the 29th. Call Toni Monsebroten at 993-8262 for prices and orders. All proceeds will be donated to area Food Banks and the Domestic Violence Center. Additional funds provided by Thrivent. HOCKEY BOos'r R SCRAN LE, PARK RIVER Mark; yo ,ur. Ca,t,erl .dar _.Park River Hockey Boosters Annual Golf Scramble scneamea for r naay, June no. Registration ,4:uopm, 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 beginning at 7:30pm. Kids are allowed this year but must be accompanied by an adult. Questions, contact Alissa at 701-360-0830 or alissa.foerster@hotmail.com. Call Hillcrest Golf Club at 701-284-6733 to reserve a cart. ASTRONOMY PARTY, CAVALIER There will be an Astronomy Party on Friday, June 30 and July I at roughly 9 pm near Icelandic State Park near Cavalier. Event will take place at the new Amphitheater. For more information of this event contact Dan Bakke at 701- 331-2409. Hope you can make it for this exciting experience! FOURTH OF JULY AcnvmEs, PARK RIVER Park River Fourth of July activities are set for July 1-4 in Park River. Events include a street dance, parade, free inflatable games, bingo, free swimming, a rodeo, fireworks and so much more! COLOR DASH, PARK RIVER First Care Health Center along with City of Park River and Park River Parks and Recreation is once again on sponsoring the Color Dash on Saturday, July 1 in the Little Park. The Dash Start is at 9:00 a.m. with Packet Pick Up at 7:00 a.m. and the Color Explosion at 10:30 a.m. Register online for the Park River Color Dash 5K Fun Run/Walk at dk5k.com. Volunteers are needed to help with this fun event. To get involved or if you have any questions, please contact Christina Bata at 701-270-8468 18TH ANNUAL HILLCLIMB, FORDVILLE Save the Date - The 18th Annual Eagle Ridge MC Motorcycle Hillclimb near Fordville, ND willbeheld at 10:00am Sunday, July2. *Rain or Shine -Direction arrows to be posted from Hwy's 18 and 32. For more information check us out on Facebook or call Shawn Jelinek (218)791-3336 or Taylor Grabanski (218)791- 4494. AGGIE ALUMNI GET TOGETHER, PARK RIVER Aggie graduates and friends, plan to attend the annual Aggie Alunmi Get- Together at 6 p.m. Monday, July 3 at the Park River American Legion Coliseum. The dinner is catered by Shenanigan's Restaurant of Grafton, cash bar on site. Advanced tickets are $15 available at Jim's Super Valu and Ye Olde Medicine Center in Park River or are $20 at the door. WALK FOR VETERANS, PARK RIVER Walk for Veterans will take place in conjunction with the Park River Fourth of July parade. A tent will be set up near the Park River City Hall where those interested in participating can make a minimum donation of $15 to receive a yellow walk shirt and join in the Walk for Veterans with the American Legion National Commander. BLOOD DPJVE, ADANLS A blood drive will be held on Wednesday, July 5 at the City Auditorium from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm. In order to help incentivize donors, UBS will be giving away a 2016 Harley Davidson XG 750 to one lucky donor who presents to donate between June 1 and September 9, 2017. Donors can make a convenient appointment to give blood at www.unitedbloodservices.org or by calling (800) 917-4929. To sign up to save a life please call Pat Hove at 701-367-9980. WORSHIP DAY AND RIB FEST, PRBC There will be a Camp Worship Day Celebration and RIB FEST, will be held on Sunday, July 9 from 5-7pm at the Park River Bible Camp. Come eat, come play, come worship! The new waterslide will be open from 2-5pm, Eating/judging begins 5-7pm and Worship at 8pm. Tickets: $2 for 3 ribs, $5 for all sides. For more information, contact the PRBC at 284-6795. GOODOIEN BENEFIT CRYSTAL Shelbie Goodoien suffered injuries in a car accident and is expecting a baby in December. There will be a benefit on Sunday, July 16 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Crystal from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. with smoked brisket and pork, salads, beans, and bars. Donations also can be made at any ofthe FirstUnited Bank branches. Who, what, where, when.., why isn't your calendar announcement in the Press? Call 284-6333 or email wcpress@polarcomm.com So Much...So Close! Pembina County Memorial Hospital Wedgewood Manor Sign on BONUS CNAs and LPNs We are currently in need of the following positions: Wedgewood Manor PCMH Wedgewood Manor Full and Part time Transportation Tech/CNA Housekeeper certified Restorative aide: Physical CNAs Therapy Treatment Nurse Physical Therapist Night Shift Nurse Physical Therapist Assistant Full time housekeeper Flex time Activities aide GREAT BENEFIT PA CKA GEl Apply online: www.cavalierhospital.com or contact Human Resources at 701-265-6308 for more information. Now Hiring: HOOPLE FARMERS GRAIN CO. has a job opening for someone to work in the el- evator operations department. The right candidate would be responsible for un- loading and loading trucks,operating the grain dryers, light maintainance and re- pairs. In the spring would have to be will- ing to help in the agronomy department also. Experience in grain operations is preferred. Hoople Farmers Grain Co. of- fers vacation time, and a benefit package. Interested applicants can send a simple resume to : p.o. Box 140, Hoople, ND. 58243 ! t : 1