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PAGE 6 THE PRESS JULY 24, 2013 f ill IN CAVALIER ' gout top £hopping ntor for. TU N¢ I-IVE TOCi UPPLIE ":"~: 4~ ' WE HAVE A WIDE VARIETY OF TWINE TO ~' CHOOSE FROM INCLUDING: * 16,000 Sisal * 9,000 Sisal * 20,000 Clearfield Open Monday - Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Located, at 1B04 Hwy 5 West in Cavalier Tel. i ! ~i¸ Above>Park River American Legion Post 147 shortstop Levi Cudmore waits for the baseball as a Grafton runner slides toward sec- ond base. Left: Park River American Le- gion Post 147 pitcher Andrew Hylden pitched well against Grafton, giv- ing up only three hits in a 2-0 loss. Andrew had a big week end as he threw out one of the first pitches of the Minnesota Twins game, representing the North Dakota FFA members. Photos: Larry Biri -IN CAVALIER has one of the largest selection of feed available in the areal We have.a wide variety feed to choose from: ),Cattle >-,.'Swine ),Horses ),Poultry ),)-Rabbit ),>-Sheep ).Dog ),Lick Tubs )-Cat • ),Salt Blocks II Open Monday - Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to'5:00 p.m, Located at 1304 Hwy 5 West in Cavalier 1701 ) 265-3373 GRAF:FON, N~D. Walsh County Gun Club results after six weeks endifig July .2 are as follows: WINCHESTER LEAGUE Tallackson Farms 42 Torkelson Clippers 31 Centro129 Bremer Bank 29 " Thompson Spuds .28 Thompson Truckers 21 Top shooters after 150 argets WD Suda 150 Dan Schildele 149 Doug Thompson 148 Rod Howatt 146 Jerry Blanchard 146 Brad Magnusson 144 Dan Schildele 144 Billy Thompson 143 Jody Lee 143 Shooting 25 straight Tom Thompson x2, Billy Thompson, Jim Thompson x3, Greg Skibicki, Dan Schildele x3, Ken Fis- cher, Jerry Blanchard x2, Brad Magnusson x2, John Forbes x2, Dwight Wilson, Scott Hills x2, Craig Magnusson, Rod Howatt, Jim Tallackson Shooting•50 straight Doug Thompson, Ron Hultin, Rod Howatt, Doug Vosper, Jody Lee Shooting 100 straight Doug Thompson Shooting 125 straight Dan Schindele Shooting 150 straight WD Suda. FEDERAL LEAGUE Magnus Force 36 Jim'g- Super Valu 37 Kirkeby Farm 37 Kilmer Construction 30 Simplot 24 Torkelson Farm 13 Top shooter after 150 targets Brad Magnusson .143 Jim Enlow 143 " JeffDahlen 143 Tom McCann 142 Ron Line 141 Dale Holand 139 Greg Skibicki 139 Jerry Blanchard 139 Mike Stellon 138 Shooting 25 straight Jim Enlow x2, Dale Holand, Jerry Blanchard, Tom McCann, Brad. Magnusson, Greg Skibicki, Andrew Torkelson, Mike Kirkeby, Mike Stellon, x2.., JeffDahlen, Tom McCann, Craig Magnusson, Doug Kirkeby Shooting 50 straight A1 Thompson, Jeff Dahlen, Ron Line REMINGTON LEAGUE Welch 41 ' Extra End 35 Olson Oil 34 Vets 30 Polar21 PR Legion 19 Top shooter after 150, targets Jerry Blanchard 148 Josh Lien 146 WD Suda 144 Ron Hultin 144 Brice Welch 144 Jeff Dahlen 142 Ron Hultin 140 Shooting 25 straight Al Oberembt, Jerry Blanchard, Doug Hove, AI Thompson, Josh Lien, Ron Hultinx3, Randy Hahn, Greg Eroyick, Ken Fischer x2, Karl Blake x2, Marlin Egeland Shooting 50 straight Josh Lien, WD Suda; JeffDahlen Shooting 75 str iight Jerry Blanchard, Brice Welch BROWNING LEAGUE Blanchards 42 SB Bison 40 Molstad 27 PR Dental 25 Spudnik 25 Custom Ag 21 Top shooter after 150 targets Rod Howatt 147 WD Suda 147 Brad Magnt sson 145 Jerry Blanchard 144 Rocle Desautel 141 Nic Beneda 139 Darren Blanchard 138 Sam Midgarden 138 John Forbes 138 Randy Hahn 138 Shooting 25 straight Jerry Blanchard x2, Darren Blan- chard x2, Rod Howatt, WD Suda, Joe Pic, Rock Desautel x2, Randy Hahn Shooting 50 straight Rod Howatt, WD Suda Shooting 75 straight BradMag- nusson . t ' • ,:• • compared to the same quarter in 2012. Other sectors showing gains include: miscellaneous, rising 76.2 percent; financial, insurance, real es- tate, rental and leasing grew 22.1 percent; information industries grew 13.3 percent; educational, health care, and social services grew 10.8 percent; wholesale trade, up 6.6 percent; professional, sci- entific, :technical, and management services, up 4,3 percent; retail trade grew 2 percent; and manufacturing remained relatively flat, growing 0.9 percent• Six sectors were down, including: transportation add warehousing, declined by 39 percent; construction declined by 18.1 percent; mining and oil extraction declined by 7.3 percent; ,arts, entertainment amd recreation declined by 7 percent; other services declined by 3 percent; and accommodation and food serv- ices was relatively flat, declining by 0.6 percent• "The impact of the prolonged se- vere winter weather affected our key industry sectors like mining and oil extraction, construction,.and trans- portation and warehousing," said Fong. "In addition, rising fuel costs likely added to the challenges faced by businesses, ag producers, and individuals alike." Of the 50 largest cities, the biggest percentage increases for the first quarter of 2013 were North- wood, up 42 percent; Grafton. up 39 percent; Washburn, up 30.9 percent; Carrington, up 30.2 percent; and Wishek up 29.5 percent. The biggest percentage first quar- ter decreases for the 50 largest cities were Kenmare, down 44.7 per- cent; Walhalla, down 31.6 percent; Park River down 31 percent; Bow- man, down 29.8 percent; and Can- do down 26.9 percent. Counties with the highest per- centage increases were Logan, 92.6 percent; Grant, up 46.9 percent; Oliver, up 36.8 percent; Foster, up 31.1 percent; and Ransom up, 27.2 percent. The counties with the biggest per- centage decreases were Billings, down 44.2 percent; Bowman,a:lown 27.8 percent; Towner, down 25.2 percent; Steele, down 25.2 per- cent; and Benson dovgn 21.9 per- cent. 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