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PAGE 10 THE PRESS JULY 18, 2012 Celebrating a summer of community I Forest River 125th Clockwise from Top Right: Lang Paur, (left) and Avery Paur walk alongside the Ted Paur and Son pickup picking up candy along the way. Forest River Pioneers "AM" Woods (front) and Gib Sampel were Grand Marshals of the big Forest River 125th parade. Bob Wood, (front left) and Mark Tweten, (back) take on Mike DeSautel in a ice hockey game. Watching is Mark Tib- ert. Bob Wood has an extensive collection of ice hockey games filling a building in Forest River. Bob had an open house for all attending the Forest River 125th celebration. The Midway band said to heck with marching in the heat, instead they rolled down all the windows in the school bus and played their way along the Forest River 125th parade route Friday in Forest River. Band members are, Wyatt Wasylow, (I-r), Cole Fossum, Ben Schanilec, Dal- ton Irwin and Nick Schmitz. Gilby 125th Clockwise from Top Left: Gilby Mayor Rob McLean rode in the big Gilby 125th Celebration Parade aboard his throne! Hayley, (I-r) Nick and Kate Cronquist were busy throwing candy aboard a tractor in the Gilby parade. The PNA Dancers performed for a large crowd in Gilby Saturday. Whitman 100 From Top: Upper and lower deck levels on the passenger train were full of excited centennial celebrants. Mike Heir accordion player with Matt Hodek and the Dakota Dutchmen warms up before the start of the pa- rade with the Whitman elevator in the background. These girls had a good time throwing candy on the Farmers Union Oil Company float. Dahlen 100 From Top: John Larson American Legion Post No. 247 of Petersburg and Bosh-Ryba American Legion Post No. 157 of Lankin led the Dahlen Parade. Mary Ralston of Dahlen sang the National Anthem. The train cruses past the Dahlen sign. Centennial goers took advan- tage of the train rides making it a popular attraction.