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ISSUE NUMBER 6 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA SINGLE COPY $1.00 00Saluting Uncle Sig: A collector of history Right: Uncle Sig's presence was felt everywhere at Jugville at the Heritage Village on Sunday during the tribute to Sig Jagielski, who willed to the Walsh County Historical Society his per- sonal museum, Jugville, USA, whi now st'ds in Gratton.Sigis  here on a video a. i,e was overlooking the proceedings.Topleft: Bernice Beck shows her morn Marion John- son, the actual nurses uniform she wore as a nurse which now is worn on a mannequin in the JugvUle Clinic. Marion, 97 is the sister of Uncle Sig. Bottom left: Everyone had a story to tell bout Uncle Sig. Lewie Sondeland tells John Gudajtes and Ken Hoffmann a story about Sigs salesmanship. Notice the bibs wornby many as a tribute to Sig. Above: Shirley Jackson, Dorothy Eklund, Grace Bell, Mabel Hell, Tricia Zikmund, Beverly Anton, Bart Hankey, and JoAnn Okeson dish up root beer floats at the Park River Senior Center. A deal Service project to benefit seniors while making a difference in the community. With a little help from her mom and Ruth Jelinek, Tricia found her way to Park River's Senior Center. "We were debating on what to do," Tricia said. But one thing they knew was they didn't want to hold a bake sale. Ruth brought up the root beer float fundraiser that was done for the Park River 125th Celebration and the plan started to fall together. Tuesday, Aug. 23, high school seniors and senior citizens will be working together to serve root beer floats for $3 each from 2-3 p.m. in the parking lot of Jim's Super Valu. Businesses also may order floats to be deliv- ered if they have an order of $15 or more. Orders must be called in to Tricia at 701-331- 1391 or emailed to patricia. Seniors for seniors Oo, lmL. 1p,,a!.ge 5 By Allison Olimb of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- On Aug. 23, a group of seniors will be getting together to help out another group of seniors. In order to gain open cam- pus privileges, Park River :High. School seniors must earn them through maintaining cer- tain grades and completing 10 hours of community service. Tricia Zikmund was look- ing for a community service project to help hit that goal Store celebrates years by hosting community events By Allison Olimb of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Jim's Super Valu in Park River is celebrating 25 years of being in the community by giving back to it. According to Dianna Hahn, who now operates the store with her husband Randy, No- vember of 1986 is when her parents Jim and Jean Mosolf bought the store. Then, in 2006, Jim and Dianna bought it from them. "Dad has worked in the gro- cery industry since 1954," Di- anna said. "I grew up in the business -- it's in my blood." She started working in the store early 1987. Dianna said this 25 year marker is an opportunity to thank the community. In a week scheduled with a coloring contest, door prizes, cookies, and cake, one day will feature two events that benefit two area causes. The afternoon of Tuesday, Aug. 23 will be the Seniors for Seniors Root Beer Float Fundraiser and in the evening will be an event that Randy and Dianna have taken a per- sonal interest in. The store customer appreci- ation supper is going to feature a free-will donation to the help with a project to honor area veterans. Dianna explained that her father and Randy's father both are legion members, she is a member of the American Le- gion Auxiliary, and Randy is a member of the Sons of the American Legion. A few years ago, Randy and Dianna were helping put flags out for Me- morial Day. They found that many area veterans' gravesites were either not marked or the veteran markers were missing. After meeting with legion members they decided to pur- chase new flat markers, which would become permanent fix- tures in the cemetery. Gun club hosts annual club shoot GRAFTON, N.D. -- The Walsh County Gun Club hosted its annual club shoot Sunday, Aug. 7. Dan Schindele was the club champion break- ing 140 targets out of 150 targets, including 49 in 16 yards, 49 in handicap, and 42 in doubles. 16 yard winners were AA Class Dan Schin- dele at 49 after a tie shoot off with Doug Thompson who then was second. The A Class winner was Rod Howatt with 49 after a tie shoot off with Brad Magnusson who then was second. Class B winner was A1 Thompson at 49; Rock Desautel was second at 48. Class C winner was Garald Gillis at 47. Gary Hove was second at 45. Class D winner was Toby Welch with 46; Lynn Miller was second at 45. Steve Bjerkaas won the youth with 49 and Andrew Torkelson was second at 47. Long yardage handicap was won by Dan Schindele at 49; Doug Thompson was second at 48. Gary Hove and Wade Thompson tied at 47 for remaining places. Doubles was won by Jim Tallackson with 44 in a shoot offwith Jody Lee, Greg Erovick, and Jerry Blanchard who took remaining places. Job perks from the ladies in red See paffe' 2 A word from Park River's mayor See paffe 5 "][f thele \\;ere no echoolL to talhe the dhildhrela awa,v tfirom home 1?,art of ,dhe tibnne, ,dhe ibntaun,e avltunnn woudtd be filled itlh mot]Ner," Edgar W. Howe A muddy job See page 5 'Kids and Kops' See paffe