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AUGUST 10, 2011 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Weekly SUDOKU by Linda Thistle 6 8 1 6 2 7 9 8 2 9 4 7 5 6 2 5 2 2 1 8 3 6 9 8 4 3 4 9 8 1 Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small g-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine. DIFFI(3ULTY THIS WEEK: * * * "Jr Moderate -~r -A- Challenging ~r** HOO BOY! (c) 2011 King Features Synd.. Inc. orts Trivia DyCl~ismchcreek 1. HUMAN ANATOMY: 1. In the 1991 naajor- league season, during which there were seven no- hitters_ two teams had no- hitters pitched both lbr and against thenn. Name either team. 2. Name the three center- fielders to win at least 10 consecutive Gold Glove awards, 3. Who are the only quar- terbacks in NFL history to top 4,600 passing yards two seasons m a row7 4. tlow many schools have won back-to-back Pac- 10 men's basketball tournamcnts'? 5. Boston goaltender Tim Ttlomas tied an N HI 'v coFd i11 .-'l) ' - -. l'or II]('l Ct)ll Secutive ioad }~, I IlS tO start a Season (nine). Wlmo else holds the mark7 6. Who was time No. I overall pick in Major League Soccer's 1996 inaugural draft? 7. True or t~tlse: Animal Kingdom was the first horse to have won the Ken- tucky Derby (20 I 1 } vvitl'rou having previously raced on dirt'? Answers 1. Baltimore and time Chi- cago White Sox. 2. Andruw Jones (1998- 2007 ), Ken GriflL~y Jr. (1990-99) and Willie Mays (1957-68). 3. San Diego's Dan Fouts What would it mean ifa per- son were "horripilated'"? 2. CARTOONS: What's the name of the family "dog'" on "'The Flintstones"? 3. MUSIC: Singer Bob Dy lan recorded the hit "'Blowin" in The Wind" on which album? 4. LANGUAGE: A qua- drennial event would occur how often? 5. GEOGRAPIIY: What modern-da3 country" exists in the land once known as Phrygia'? 6. I'2NTERTAIN F,R g: What were the first names of the Andrews Sisters'? 7 ttINTORY: Vv'hat \ear tlid lilt I,IlllOLIS ,\ ,IICI-C break-in occur? g LITERATURE: Who is Willie Stark in the novel "'All the King's Men'"? 9. MOVIES: The slogan "Where were \ou in '627" was used to promote what m o v i e '? 10. TELEVISION: What was name of the inn l}a- tured in the "Newhart'" com- edy show? Answers 1. tie or she would have goose bum ps 2. Dino 3. "Freewheelin' Bob Dylan'" 4. b;very four years ONGOING EVENTS ]] CANCER SUPPORT, PARK RIVER Cancer Support meets at 7 p.m. the third Thursday of each month in the din- ing room of the Sunrise Apts. Good Samaritan Society - Park River. Everyone Welcome. CANCER SUPPORT, GRAFTON Unity Medical Center's Cancer Support Group will meet in the conference room at the hospital the first Monday of every month. The Cancer Support Group will meet at 5 p.m. for one hour. Come and share your story of loss, struggles, triumphs and tips for coping with cancer with others who are in similar situations as yours. Support groups are not just for people who have had cancer. Please contact Ja3me at 352-1620 or email at umcjayneb@unitymedcenter.com GOOD SAMARITAN AUXILIARY, PARK RIVER The Good Samaritian Society - Park River Auxiliary will meet at 2:30 p,m. the "fourth Thursday of each mouth. All interested friends and relatives of the residents are welcome to attend. FCHC AUXILIARY MEETING, PARK RIVER The FCHC Auxiliary meets at 2:30 the second Friday of eveEy month at the Ambulance building. BLOOD DRIVE, PARK RIVER Park River residents have the opportunity to celebrate life by joining in the commmaity blood drive. Have your blood pressure, temperature, pulse, cholesterol and iron level checked. It's a bonus when you donate blood at the Park River blood drive on Thursda), Aug. 11 from 7:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Park River American Legion main room. To register and for the opportunity to win an IPAD 2 call: Diane Schmitz 701-284-6266 or Dena Larson 701-360-1157. You may also register online: www.bloodhero.com sponsor code: parkriver MIGRANT HEALTH SERVICE OPEN HOUSE, GRAFTON In honor of Fannworker Health Day, you are invited to an Open House Thursday, Aug. 11 from 4-7 p.m. at 701 w 6th St. Graflon, N.D. 58237. Take atour of the clinic, check your blood pressure, become aware of farmworkers in the U.S., and learn more about the services we provide! For more infommtion on this event or our services. Please e-mail Rebecca Contreras at chsgrafton@qwestoffice.net VINTAGE VEHICLE SHOW, PARK RIVER The Farmers Market's theme for Aug. 1 l th is Oldies & Goodies! Along with the many fruits & veggies vendors, craft and bake sale vendors, there will be a Vintage Bike, Motorcycle. Car. Tractor. Truck & Pickup vehicle show in front of the Federated & Baptist Churches from 5 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 11. We're looking for vehicles from 1971 and before to display at this show. If you know of someone that would bring a vintage bicycle, motorcycle, car, tractor, truck or pickup please have them contact Eugene Bossert at 284-7139 or 284-7929. VETERANS SERVICE OFFICER O~N LOCATION, PARK RIVER The Walsh County Veterans Service Officer. Katrina Hodny, will be on location in the City Council Room at 514 Briggs Ave South. Park River from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. the lbllowing Fridays: August 12, and 19 and September 2 & 9. Walk- ins are welcome but appointments are highly encouraged. Call 352-5030 or 331-1700 to schedu] e your appointment. Bring your questions, concerns, comments and paperwork. UPCOMING E" A TRIBUTE TO UNCLE S G, GRAFTON The Walsh County Historical Society of North Dakota Presents "'A Tribute to Uncle Sig" on Sunday, Aug. 14 at the Walsh ~ in Graffon, ND. From 1-6 p.m. The schedule of events includes drawings, live music, replay of Uncle Sig's Old-Time Show, a picnic from 3,5 p.m. and much, much morn! Wear your bib overalls to honor Sig. Everyone Welcome! ST STEPHENS LUTHERAN SERVICE, RURAL MILTON The annual services of the St. Stephens Lutherap Church (FLOM) rural Milton will be held Sunday, Aug. 14 at 2:00 p.m. P~tor Bob Vrekker from United Lutheran in Langdon will conduct the service. T[here will be a special music and lunch will be served. Everyone is welcome. GOOD SAM GARDEN PARTY, PARK RIVER The Good Sam, aritan Society of Park River wi 1 be hosting its annual Garden Party on Thursday; Aug. 18. There will be a free will offering supper, along with entertaitmmnt and silent attction. Everyone in 1 communities is invited to attend! TELEVISION EVENT, Matt and the Dakota Dutchmen Band of Lanl RFDTV on Aug. 20 @ 9 p.m., Aug. 24 @ 6 1 Mollie B's Polka Party. Members of Matt and the Don Swartz and Michael Helt of Grand Forks. and Rose Pecka of Lawton, Tim Hodek of Fairc Hodek of Lankin. The band recently pertbnned al Nebraska, where taping for the polka party took F dancing as a bus load accompanied the band to l 80TH BIRTHDAY OPEN HC 80th Birthday party open house for Ronald Watt Grafton. Sunday, Aug. 21 2:00~400p.m.. Every, POP WARNER FOOTBALL REGlb-I Pop Warner 5th & 6th grade ~ootball registration Park River High School Football Concession S 7:30 p.m. and 6th grade registration is 7:30-9 p: fee plus a $7.5.00 equipment security deposit. www.pr-parks.com. 3-0N-3 BB TOURN. REGISTR 'ark River and the smTounding LANKIN :in. N.D. will be'appearing on .m. and Aug. 25 @ 8 a.m. on Dakota Dutchmen Band include 7harlie Sunde of Fargo. Laddie ale and Rodney Bosh and Matt the Starlite Ballroom in Wahoo, lace. You may see fhmiliar fhces 4ebraska tbr the taping. tUSE, GRAFTON ~t Bethel Free Lutheran Church. me is welcome. RATION, PARK RIVER will be Tuesday, Aug. 23. at the and. 5th grade registration is 6- n. There is a $50.00 registration Registration forms available at ~TION, PARK RIVER ' "Hot August Nights" 3 on 3 basketball tournaml sat registration. Thursday; Aug. 25. $40.00 per team. See www.pr-parks.com for] details. FALL CITY WIDE RUMMAGE,~ PARK RIVER Park River Fall City Wide Rummage Sale will ~e held Saturday, Sept. 10. Call 284-6150 to get on the map deadline Friday, Aug. 26 @ Noon BABY SHOWER, PARK RIVER Open Baby Shower tbr Christopher Leon Sclunitz. son of Kerry & Larissa Schmitz on Sunday, Aug. 28 From 3:00 pm to $:00pm at St Mary's Church. SUMMER LIBRARY INFO, PARK RIVER Summer Library Bouts Monday 6:30-8:30, Tt es 12:00-4:00, Thu~. 4:30-8:30. Sat. 9:00-1:00 FARMER'S N~RKET, 'ARK RIVER The ParkRiver Farmer's Market will begin at: to 7p.m. Thursdays in the Little Park and will run every Thursday until Sept. 15th. We are looking for growers and crafiers to participate. 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Sardis. Antioch of Syria, Joppa. Cana of Galilee 6. in Mark 6:9. Jesus tells "his disciples not to put on two of what? Sandals'. Coats. tteaddresses. Girdles" ANSWERS: 1) Old; 2) 1.700; 3) Hebrews: 4) 200: 5) Cana of Galilee: 6) Coats Wilson Casev k new book. "'Firsts-: Origins of Evervdav z 6 -ff t, g L L Z 9 g 6 Ig 9 6 17 S 1~ 8 g L 9 Z ~ 9 ~; t g 9 11~ L 6 Z g Z~ 6 ~ 8 ~ 1~ Z JOMSuv NMOONS AIHOOM 8 S Z 9 t L 6 9 Thursdays from 5---7 pm Aug. l 1---Sept. 15 Fresh produce, homemade baked goods, canned goods, fresh eggs, crafts, etc. LitHe Park Park River, ND Corner of 4th St. W & Harris Ave S Thurs. Aug. 11th "Oldies & Goodies Night" "Vintage Bicycle, Motorcycle, Car, Tractor, Truck, & Pickup Show" Come for the FOOP! Come for the FIJNI In case of rain~will be held at Fair Building~510--6th St. W For more information: 701.284.6624 or 701.284.4589 or email: hcc@polarcomm.com Park River Fawners Market sponsored in part by -- _ _ _ "..,~r~'~_ _ _ WOW2 (Wellness Outreach Without Wails) Network & NDSU Extension Service--Walsh County IIIIIIII Purchase a 16 piece chicken dinner from North Star Coop in Park River and Ireceive a coupon for 5 cents off Per gallon of ]asoline on your nexl' fill! Does not include bulk or dies( on inside sales only for u~ Discount available to 25 gallons. Coop I [ II I I II I I I II I lallallll I I I III IIII I I III] I I ' Advertise in The Presstoday ' ' I I I ' - 'in- " m ' ,,' wcpadvertis g@gmail,c0 ,,' I I I I ! !