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: SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: Altru Health System, Grand Forks, ND- The second annual Quilt Bingo will be held on Sunday, Sept. 22, at St. John's Catholic Church in Grafton, ND, at 2 p.m. Tickets are $20 and available at Embroidery Plus and area businesses throughout Walsh County. At Quilt Bingo 15 games of bingo will be played and the winner of each game will win a handmade quilt. A raffle drawing will also be held for a beautiful queen size quilt. All proceeds will benefit Altru's Hospice Camp Good Mourning. Camp Good Mourning is a children and teens grief camp for children ages six - 18 years of age who have experienced the death of a loved one. COUNTY Park River PO Box 49 J,S( aritan '!,' 301'Comifty,Road 1 2 l AUTO PARTS Park River Implement 284-6316 Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 TUNITED Michigan ~ 259-2112 Bank & Insurance H oop-le - 894-6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 110 4th St. E Park River Jim's Super Yalu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! 12 mo. Lease Si 0 PARK CO URT APARTMENTS Park River, ND 1 Bedroom Apartments *Income Based *ALL Utilities Paid *No Steps *Laundry on Site 1 Call Katie @701-331-9515 Professionally Managed by "''~" Prairie Homes Management 1-888-893-9501 -- toll free TTY: 1-800-366-6888 EHO -Walsh County Veterans Service Office On my most recent visit to the Deparlment of Motor Vehicles in the Grafton Chamber of Com- merce building, I applied for a North Dakota Veterans License plate and guess what you can too! There are many varying kinds of plates that you can apply for and even some plates that you can get without having to be a veteran. Some of the plates that are avail- able are as follows: The first is the standard Veter- an Plate that comes in versions for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard. Ini- tial fee of $15.00 and a yearly fee of $10.00 are processed for these plates. $5.00 dollars of this an- nual fee goes to the North Dako- ta Veterans Cemetery. You do need to certify on a SFN 51628 that you were a veteran of the United States military. 1 The second plate is the Yellow Ribbon "Support our Veterans" Plate. This plate is available to the general public through the North Dakota Vet- erans Affa'Lrs and you do not need to be a veteran to apply for these plates. The initial fee is $25.00 and the yearly renewal is $25.00 ofwhich $15.00 will be donated to the North Dakota Veterans Emergency Needs Char- itable Fund. The third most common plate is the National Guard Plate and in or- der to receive this plate one has to be a member of the National Guard or a 20+ year retiree to be eligible. In order to apply for these plates one has to contact the Adjutants Generals office and receive a form from them and pay an initial $5.00 fee. Other types of plates include the Disabled American Veterans Plate for those that are 100% disabled as a result of their service. The Gold Star Plate is available to surviving family members whose loved one died while on active duty during a time of military conflict. The Purple Heart plate is available to those that have received a Purple Heart medal for their wounds sustained in combat and the POW Plate for those that have been prisoners of war. If you have any questions feel free to call or stop by the Walsh Coun- ty Veterans Service Office at 638 Cooper-Avenue Suite 5 Grafton, ND 58237 701-352-5030. Chris Kratochvil * Walsh County Veterans Service Officer Administrative Building, 638 Cooper Ave Ste 5, Grafion ADAMS, N.D. Carmen Grove Suminski, Adams, N.D: .ed after 45 years as an educ.a .; a stmtOf Carmen retir :' from- her position"-as dual- superintendant of both the North Dakota School for the Blind/Vision Services, Grand Forks, and North Dakota School for the Deaf/Resource Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Devils Lake on August 15, 2013. In her 45 years of professional work, she taught in North Dakota, Colorado, and Phoenix. In 1991, she returned to North Dakota School for the Blind as the Director of Education. In 1994 she became the superintendent of the School for the Blind and in 2009 was appointed to also be the superintendent of the School for the Deaf. Carmen served on numerous national boards including Council of Schools for the Blind, the American Printing House for the Blind, and the Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind. She is an active member of the Grand Forks Lions Club. Carmen will reside in Adams, ND and spend her winters in Mesa, Ariz. Everyone says "Mayvis, slow down, relax" and the birth certificate states the facts but we all know there's just no slowing, cuz all '80' means is she's just gettin going. Please help us celebrate mom's 80th birthday on Sept 30 by sending a special greeting to: Mayvis Troftgruben P,O. Box 112 Adams, ND 58210 PARK RIVER, N.D. Andrew Bmmmond has been selected to attend National 4-H Conference in Washington, DC next April. Andrew is a member of the Walsh Winners 4-H club and is active in animal sciences, and land judging. He is a senior at Park River High School this year. Andrew is the son of Brad and Sue Brummond of Park River. This Irip is awarded at the state level and funded by the North Dakota 4-H Foundation. Four Seasons Garden Club news By JoAnn E. Gorder flower centerpieces. PARK RIVER, N.D, The In August, the members went to Four Seasons Garden Club hasLangdon where the tour started at been on several trips this summer the NDSU Learning Center. We and toured many beautiful areas, walked around the grounds to view In June, the members drove to the lovely flower beds, shrubbery Cavalier to see Lon Slage's yard and trees. Everything was labeled and vegetable garden. It was early and quite educational. Next, Joyce for gardening but his huge Larson drove us to the hospital to vegetable garden was well see the courtyard and pretty established and on its way to flowers and plantings. Then itwas producing a large crop. Lon also time for lunch and a business had a variety of pretty flower beds meeting. Following that, Joyce for us to view. Then Edie Rygh took us to the home of Ole Olson drove us back to Cavalier for lunch in Langdon. The whole yard was and a business meeting, covered with flower beds The July tour took the members beginning at the front sidewalk. to Fordville where they spent quite We made our way to the back yard some time at the yard of Curt and and had quite a surprise. There Jan Iverson. They showed were flowers everywhere amongst everyone their beautiful flower the water fountains and swing and beds and unique waterfall with a walkways and arbor. Across the pond, a pagoda which they had street was a large vegetable garden built themselves, which he had planted, with the Next, the members went east of help of his three daughters. Ole's Fordville to the Tim and Jackie daughter, Nancy, served cookies Zikmund farm. Jackie gave the and lemonade our on the patio. members a tour of their enormous After that, Joyce gave us a tour flower and vegetable garden which around Langdon to see all the other would la:ter produce a tremendous attractions. amount of food. Alot of hard work The whole summer was a HIT! had gone into this project. THANKS to ALL who so The Dennis and Patty Bina graciously welcomed "tourists" farm, west of Fordville, was next into their lovely gardens. on the tour. Patty, a member of the The next meeting for the Four club, showed everyone her Seasons Garden Club will be beautiful landscaping and September 24th at Gramma Jo's plantirrg ( fhea .Caf6 Park River, at 10 am. deliciousl~h~ yard Editor "s.Note: . : Gorderis ~ L "l tables: 4r cOme,d, with seGretary for the embroidef ff-- -ffl-6 -ahd Garden Club. Four Seasons GRAFTON, N.D.- After 41 years of service, Mary Lund, Park River, N.D retired from the Life Skills Transition Center in Grafton, N.D (formerly The Developmental Center) as a Life Skills Manager. A celebration was held in her honor on Sept. 16. ~rffu(ay Sunday, September 22, 2013 at the Hoff Church, Adams, ND from 2 pm -4 pm Directions: Take Highway 17 West from Park River for 11 miles, tum left at the sign for the church, 122 Avenue. Follow south for about 3 miles. If lost call Dennis at 701-331-9506. Arnola's address and phone number: 110 Sandwood Place, Park River, ND 58270 701-284-7523 *No gifts please* Your Professional Prescription Service We offer Mail-Out Prescriptions. Delivery Service. Blood Pressure Screening. Photo Kiosk. 10% off Sr. Citizen Discount. Zoovio Video Dealer. Gifts. Hallmark Cards. Drive-up Window Ye Olde Medicine Center Drayton Drug Ye Olde Medicine Center Park River Drayton Cavalier 701-284-7676 701-454-3831 701-265-3332 .!