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July 11, 2012

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JULY 11, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 5 $ County .In as GRAFTON, N.D. -- Walsh Hultin x2, Andrew Torkelson x2, County Gun Club results after Josh Lee seven weeks ending June 27, Shooting 50 straight 2012. Jeff Dahlen, Jody Lee Winchester League Remington League Thompson Spuds 48 Park River American Legion Thompson Truckers 41 56 Tallackson Farms 37 South Branch Bison 47 Torkelson Clippers 38 Kilmer Construction 44 Centrol 30 Extra End 43 Bremer Bank 16 Fordville Co op 41 Top shooter after 175 targets Polar 35 Doug Thompson 172 Blanchards 28 Jerry Blanchard 170 Top shooters after 175 targets Wade Thompson 170 WD Suda 167 WD Suda 169 Jerry Blanchard 165 Scott Hills 169 Dan Schindele 168 Rock Desautel 164 Craig Magnusson 168 Jim Enlow 163 Reed Daws 168 Jerry Blanchard 163 Shooting 25 straight Randy Hahn 160 Doug Thompson x3, Billy Curtis Simon 160 Thompson x2, Jim Thompson,Shooting25 straight WD Suda, Scott Hills x3, Jim Rock Desautel, Ashley Tallackson, Craig Magnusson x3, Desautel, Jim Enlow x2, Jim Greg Skibiki, Ken Fischer x2, Mosolf, WD Suda, Ken Fischer, Jerry Blanchard Reed Daws, Dan Jerry Blanchard x2, Grant Schindele x2, Brad Magnusson, Skibicki x2, GregAnderson, John Bud Symington, Gerald Gillies, Samdahl, Jerry Blanchard x2, Tom Thompson, Andy Thompson, Darrin Blanchard, Curtis Simon Nate Tallackson, Dan Schildele Shooting 50 straight Shooting 50 straight Doug [love, Rock Desautel Doug Thompson, Wade Browning League Thompson, Dan Schindele, Jerry Morstad Ins 45 Blanchard, WD Suda, Reed Torkelson Farms 42 Daws, Scott Hills Custom Ag 34 Federal League Rosies 33 Magnus Force 53 Spudnik 29 Welchs 49 Swartz Plumbing 27 Olson Oil 48 Top shooter after 175 targets Kirkeby Farms 43 Scott Phelps 170 Jims Super Valu 38 Dwight Wilson 167 Simplot 37 Rod Howatt 164 Vets 26 John Forbes 163 Top shooter after 175 targets Andrew Torkelson 163 Mike Stellon 170 Brad Magnusson 169 Ron Line 163 Jeff Dahlen 167 Nic Beneda 160 Ron Hultin 166 Shooting 25 straight Nate Tallackson 166 Rod Howatt x2, Scott Phelps, Andrew Torkelson, Ron Line, Jody Lee 165 Jeff Dahlen 163 Jeremy Bosh, Dwight Wilson x3, Shooting 25 straight Steve Bjerkaas, John Forbes, Dale Holand, Jerry Blanchard, Jeremy Dvorak, Lynn Miller Brad Magnusson x3, Craig Shooting 50 straight Magnusson, Jeff Dahlen, NateAndrew Torkelson, Steve TaUackson x3, Jody Lee, Brad : Bjerkaas ..... Magnusson, Tom McCann, Mike Shooting 75 straight Kirkeby, Mike Stellon x3, Ron Scott Phelps f cele June 22 kicked off Edmore's big weekend. A number of classmates from the 50s to the 90s joined in the reunion cele- bration. This group from the Edmore Class of 67 celebrated in style. Top: Class of 67 banner I to r: Sheryl KunkeI-Belcher, Barb Anderson-Overby, Karen Gunhus-Axvig, Alvin Carlson, Vicki Hoime-Logan, Linda Blomquist-Murphy, Carmen Lega- cie-Newgard Bottom: Class of 67 group I to r: Vicki Hoime-Logan, Linda Blomquist-iurphy, Barb Anderson-Overby, Alden Thorson, Carmen Legacie-Newgard, Karen Gunhus-Axvig, Carole Legacie-Helle, Alvin Carlson, Sheryl Kunkel-Belcher. Bot- tom Left: Richard Axvig drives in the parade with LaMar Anderson, Linda Blomquist-Murphy with flag, Karen Gunhus- Axvig (Photos: Submitted) NEW SHOP CONTINUED FR.OM PAGE 1 jewelry, Prairie Roots soaps and signment artists," she said explain- lotions, books, antiques, collecta- ing that there is always something bles, shoes and clothing including new from a diverse group of peo- formalwear for prom or cruises; ple. One of her artists, she said, is and, she said, the stock will con- 13-year-old Makayta Jelinek who tinually change4She hopes'tohave , designsjewelry. ! more items fbr men by fall. McConnel said that she and tl e "We've got several local con- seven vendors she currently has are aiming tbr a shop filled with one- of-a-kind pieces. "Duplication isn't going to be something found in here," she said. McConnel is excited to be join- illg the trend of new businesses opening m Par}{ Rtver.' "You can never have enough places to shop," she said with a smile. 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