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PAGE 10 THE PRESS AUGUST 8, 201 Clockwise from Top Left: Eddie, 95, and Rose Gudmundson, 90, both WWll veterans served as Grand Marshalls in the August the Deuce parade that was held last Saturday on Aug. 4. Steingrimur Steinolfson holds a picture of his uncle who he was named after in the August the Deuce Parade. Steingrimur Steinolfson was the first soldier killed in WWll from Pembina County. Steingrimur was the Honorary Parade Marshall. Esther (Kristjanson) Syrup walks in the Thingvalla Cemetery following the August the Deuce parade in Mountain Saturday. Esther was e choir member of the church, which burned to the ground on June 3, 20(]3. !celandic flags markthe graves of those who were born in Iceland. WWII Veterans Earl ThoP- son (left} and Vincent Rambeck visit before the August the Deuce parade. Left: You are here! An interesting mileage sign stood outside Vikur Lutheran church in Mountain. Middle: Sunna Furstenau and her 2 1/2 year old granddaughter Payten Boseck enjoy the August the Deuce parade. Right: Dixie wears an Icelandic flag scarf in the August the Deuce parade while Kelly (I-r) and Jean Johnson throw out candy. Photos: Larry Biri Left: The North Dakota Truck and Tractor Pull was held in Mountain Sunday afternoon. Top Middle: Gladys Hammer has her picture taken while getting a hug from a clown during the August the Deuce Parade. The clown is actually Gladys's niece, Daidre Kendall. Bottom Middle: The Kendall Family from Milton was clowning around in Mountain during Saturday's Au- gust the Deuce Celebration. Right: The air force station soldiers helped the Mountain American Legion properly dispose of tattered American flags, by burning them on main street Moun- tain after the parade.