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JULY 24, 201,3 THE PRESS PAGE 3 We've 9oE Eke EooLs Eo =sstsE Io= Let us help you with aides for daily livingincluding canes, shower stools, seat risers, diabetic & compression. stockings, & a variety of comfort supports for knees, ankles or.wrist injuries. Walsh County Spotlight \ \ \ The merchants below are \ \ proud to announce: The Quale WELCA will be having their annual article and food sale on Wednesday, July 24, at 7:30 at the Quale Lutheran Church, rural Fordville. EverY0n'e welcome! Come and enjoy some creative homemade articles and COUNTY Park River PO BOx 49 food! C_h_npG, x] . Park River . (N ..samanvan 301 County Road 12B %J 284-7115 PARTS Park River Implement 284-631 6 AUTO I kRS Park River ~ 284-7244 • ' Adams , 944-2231 TUNITED . 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Lease,Signing O • PARK C 0 UR T APARTMENTS Park River, ND 1 Bedroom Apartments • Income Based • ALL Utilities Paid *No Steps *Laundry on Site Call Katie @701-331-9515 e Professionally Managed by ..........e Prairie Homes Management 1-888-893-9501 -- toll free TTY: 1-800.366-6888 EHO -Walsh County Veterans Service Office North Dakota has a storied history of military service. Since the days of the old frontier, North Dakotans have exemplified the traditions of honor and service to our country by engaging in our nations wars time and time again throughout the history of Amer{ca. At no point has this service been more apparent than in the actions of the 164th Infantry Regiment during WWII. This North Dakota Na- tional Guard Regiment was activated into federal service during the early days of that great conflict. Arriving in Guadalcanal on the 13th . of October 19z 2 they reinforced the 1 st Marine Division becoming the first US Army unit to engage in offensive action during WWII. One of the most harrowing engagements was fought by the Regiment in its defense of Henderson Airfield. Between October 24 and the 27th the 164th repelled a repeated enemy attack on their positions in defense of the field. In an excerpt from Col. Samuel Baglien from the 27th of October it states that. "from midnight to dawn the enemy again hurled it strength at our third battalion and right flank of our second battal- ion lines, but each thrust was repulsed with heavy losses to the ene- my. Over 1700 enemy dead in front of our line alone and probably many more back further in the jungle". Casualties within the 164th Regiment were fewer but still numbered in the hundreds. This testimony is a stark reminder of the sacrifices that our brave' young soldiers and airmen face when called upon to go overseas to serve their country. Today the North Dakota National Guard remains ready for mobilization worldwide. More than 4000 Soldiers and 2400 Air- men have been deployed in support of the Global War on Terror. For every 10,000 citizens in North Dakota, 65 serve in the North Dakota National Guard, a rate that is four times the national average. This new generation can only hope to carry on this excellent tradition of self- less service that has been instilled the hearts of North Dakotans for decades. We must never forget to do all we can to give back to these brave men and women from all generations in an ¢ way that we can. Chris Kratochvil * Walsh County Veterans Service Ojficer Administrative Building, 638 Cooper Ave. Grafton • ~' J PARK RIVER, N.D. Out to thelsurrounding area for all of their Lunch Cafe in downtown Parksupport. River will be going out of business Any unused gift certificates will on July 31, 2013. The owners said be honored. they would like to thank their Thank you from everyone at loyal customers from Park River and Out to Lunch. i i f HOOPLE, N.D. A total o 30 " at makes the diffo ence to patients people volunteered to donate blood, in the hospital. You never know and 26 were able to give during when a loved one or even you will Hoople's blood drive. Eleven peo- need blood. We want te thank all the ple gave blood on the automated people who volunteered on June 2RBC machine which collects two 28th." units of red blood cells durin the Maren Olson coordinated the donation, so a total of 37 products drive, and assisted with recruiting were collected, donors, publicity, prbviding re- Katie Bartelson, Donor Recruit- fresh ents, and registering donors. ment Representative from United Space to hold the drive was provided Blood Services stated. "It is not only at First Lutheran Church. those who sponsor the blood drive, Blood is for sharing; you have but the people of Hoople donating truly given the "Gift Of Life." BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. Brenda Momerak Erickson gradu- ated from North Hennepin Com- munity College May 9, 2013 from the Associate Degree RN Progra]n, Brooklyn Park, Minn. Brenda was the Day Program student Speaker and the Evening/Weekends Speaker was Korey Houska, also a graduate of Grafton High School. Attending was-her husband. Marcus Erickson, and children, Adam and Megan of Maple Grove, Minn.; her parents. Leonard and Adele Momerak, Grafton, N.D. and her in-laws, Harold and Bethel Erickson, Wadena, Minn. After passing her nursing boards, Leonard and Adele took her, Adam and Megan Branson. Mo. for a week vacation. 2012 NORIH DAKOIA EXPORTER OF THE YEAR P START ..... BUILDING " TODAyYOURLEGAC¥ II I Larson to vows m Ashley Desautel of Grafton and Christian La,rson of Park River an- nounce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Parents of the couple are Rock and Patty Desautel of Grafton and Stephen and Dena Larson of Park River. Ashley graduated from Grafton High School and Central Lakes Col- lege in Brainerd in with a degree in dental assisting. She is currently em- ployed at the Face and Jaw Surgery Center in Grand Forks as a dental assistant. Christian is a graduate of Park River High School and a graduate ot Northland Community and Technical College in East Grand Forks, Minn., with a degree in electrical technology. He is a self-employed farmer in'Park River. The coupIe will exchange marriage vows Saturday, Aug. 3, 2013, at Zion English Lutheran Church in Grafton, with a reception and dance to follow at the Park River American Legion Coliseum. They will reside in Park River following their marriage. Adrian graduates from Dakota School of Banking school EDINBURG, N.D -- Katie Adrian, Internal Auditor/CSR with Citizens State Bank of Lankin in Ed-" inburg, recently graduated from the Dakota School of Banking sponsored by the North Dakota Bankers Association (NDBA) and endorsed South Dakota BankersAss iati0n (SDBA): In its 40th'year, the schc l trained 5"] bank personnel. The school has been held on the campusof Jamestown College in Jamestown, North Dako- ta since 1997. "This school is designed to meet the needs of bank personnel," said Dorothy Lick, NDBA senior vice functional management skills. president of education. "It provides "The Dakota School of Banking focused education for bankers who was a terrific experience, from the seek a better understanding of the in- learning opportunities to network- dustry and.advancement in their ca- ing with colleagues," saidAdrian "I reers." look forward to putting my new Students are enrolled for two knowledge to work." years, attending the school one Teachers at the school include week each summer. The first-year bankers, attorneys, accountants and session provides a general overview financial industry consultants. Ses- of the banking industry and the de- sions combined lecture, hands-on partments that make up a bank. The activities and testing. second-year session builds on the The North Dakota Bankers As- general banking knowledge gained sociation offers services to banks in in the first year and adds a corn- the areas of government relations, puterized bank management simu- education, communications, insur- lation to reinforce technical and ance and bank products. . !1 Happenings at Our . Oq .sa.manta Good Samaritan LC) "° , Monica Simon ADC We have been enjoying the warm summer weather here as we watch our gardens and flowers grow. Our gardens are doing very well. This week we also had many of our regular activities such as exercises, hymn sing, Bible Study with Jeaneen McMillan, donut making, daily devotions, trivia, nail's time, men's time, bingo, movie night and more. I would like to thank our devotional leaders for the week, Lois Ydstie, Dorothy Novak, Rev. David Hinrichs, Monica Simon and Corrine Ramsey. Rev. Susan Haukaas led Sunday Worship services with Holy Communion. Accompanists were Monica S. imon, Jan Novak and Mary Seim. Shirleu Sobolik led Rosary and Father Lutein led Mass on Saturday. Terry Hagen assisted with nail's time. Upcoming events include: July 25 3:00 Auxiliary Lunch and Program hosted by Trinity Lutheran Church of Edinburg July 29 1:00 Walsh County Bus Ride August 1 2:30 Monthly Communion Service August l 3:00 Piano Music Father Lutein August 8 3:00 Monthly birthday Party August 9 7:30 Mennonite Singers August 12 1:00 Walsh Couny Bus Ride August 22 Auxiliary Program and lunch hosted Church August 26 1:00 Walsh County Bus Ride by Zion Lutheran Your Professional Prescription Service We offer• Mail-Out Prescriptbns • Delivery Service. Blood Pressure Screening • Photo Kiosk. O t0 off Sr Citizen Discount- Zoovio Video Dealer. Gifts. Hallmark Cards. Drive-up Window Ye Olde Medicine Center Drayton Drug Park River Drayton 701-284-7676 701-454-3831 Ye Olde Medicine Center Cavalier 701-265-3332