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COMMUNITY THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 201 , Pa;e 5 Late- (Very Late -) Breaking News for Park River September, 1914 By David Larson for The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The two schools are ' ready to open. The city school building has had a lot of improvements during the summer, in- cluding the installation of a fire escape. A new commercial instructor has been employed; the new department will occupy the former do- mestic science quarters. The school has pur- chased six standard typewriters. At the county school they have done a great deal of grading and leveling and have laid a sidewalk on the Sixth Street extension so that the two schools are now connected. The top floor of the new building has been completed on the north side. It has been divided into three rooms, one for agronomy, the other two for mechan- ical drawing and recitation When school opened the city high school had 90 students, and the "A&T" school 36. Many more will enroll once work on the farm is complete. Enrollments in the grades ranged from 25 in second grade to 39 in the fourth. Lankin High School would have a record-breaking enrollment-- 12. In Fairdale A.G.Strand would again be principal at Fairdale. By the month's end there were 15 men out for football at the city school. Indications were that this would be a heavy team. Miss Jessie Famp left for Muskogee, Okla- homa, where she will be physical education su- pervisor for the local grade school and high school. Irene Famp will have charge of Ger- man in the Fargo schools, while Laurence Plank will attend Northwestern Theological Photo: Submitted Above: The football might give some indication of the quality of the team from 100 years ago. It reads "ND Champions 1914". Seminary in New York City. This summer he has had charge of the Presbyterian congrega- tions ofConway, Fordville, and Lankin. Eva Hasle will attend the University of Minneso- ta. Hunting season opened, ducks and prairie chickens are plentiful. Pioneer pastor dead: Rev. Gunulf J. Omland, 86. He couldn't stand the stress of an opera- tion at his advanced age. Rev. Omland came to PR in 1886, and took up his ministerial work by founding the Norwegian Lutheran Church, known as the Quale Church, west of the city. Later he had charge of the Garfield Church. Pisek has installed three much-needed gas lamps. Also bricklayers have completed a 46' chimney for St. John's Church. Principal Wm. Broyles of the A&T school purchased one of the new 1915 Fords from Clarke Farup. = .-i " r =_ :-'=_7 -" -- = .-E -- A  _--7. = i..Ja[,u. J. JL Jl.ll.laLVJ. J. a[Jl..llJI.../ "STOP" or "Do Not Enter" sign on the doors you don't want her going through; or get a signal device or motion sensor that lets you know when the door is opened. See alz- store.com for a variety of product solutions. And, be sure you hide the car keys to keep her from driving. It's also a good idea to alert your neighbors that your morn may wan- der so they can keep an eye out, and have on hand a recent picffu'e to show around the neighborhood or to the police if she does get lost. . .... Wandering Services If you want some added protec- tion in case she does wander off, .... mere are a number services you can turn to for help, like the Med- icAlert + Safe Return program (medicalert.org/safereturn). This service comes with a per- sonalized ID bracelet that will have your mom's medical information engraved on it, along with her membership number and the toll- free MedicAlert emergency phone number. If she goes missing, you would call 911 and report it to the local po- lice department who would begin a search, and then report it to Med- icAlert. Or, a Good Samaritan orpo- lice officer may find her, call the MedicAlert number, to get her back home safely. Another option that could help, depending on where you live, is a Te A i;aDal00 gl cta mer 0ta rget R00fin is hiring for our Devils Lake location. :, A Positions Available: ; Gutter Foreman Roofer q Service Foreman Sheet Metal Foreman Sheet Metal Helpers Experienced Shinglers ? ; To apply contact Janie at jbre@tectaamerica.com or call 701-639-2079 Wages DOE EEO/AA TECTA AMERICA , I)AKC)TAS T . - __ er would wear a wristband that con- tains a radio transmitter that emits tracking signals. If she goes miss- ing, you would contact the local au- thorities who would send out rescue personnel who will use their track- ing equipment to locate her. Visit safetynetbylojack.com and pro- jectlifesaver.org to see if these serv- ices are available in your commu- nity. actly where to find her if she did. To find GPS trackers, consider the PocketFinder (pocketfinder.com) or the Alzheimer's Association Comfort Zone (alz.org/comfortzone). Or, if you have concerns that your moth- er wouldn't wear a GPS device or would take it off, there's the GPS SmartSole (gpssmartsole.com), which is an insole with an embed- ded GPS device. GPS Tracking - For more wandering prevention There are also a number of GPS tips and solutions, visit the tracking devices that can help you Alzheimer's Association Safety keep tabs on your momi With these Center at alz.org/safety and This Park River Area chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes organize 'See You At The Pole' for Sept 24 By Allison Ollmb for The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Students at Park River Area School are or- ganizing a "See You At the Pole" evening of Prayer at 7 p.m. on Wednes- day, Sept. 24. Larry Omdahl, adviser of the PRA chapter of the Fellowship of Chris- dan Athletes said that the FCA students are in charge of the event this year. The FCA chapter at Park River Area began in February of last school year. Omdahl said they do devotions each morning and kids show up as they can. He said that attendance depends on zero period schedules. This fall they have averaged 10 to 12 students who participate in FCA, last school yeat they had 20 to 25. Anyone -- from the school or the surrounding comhaunities -- is en- couraged to attend and join the students in prayer at the flagpole located in front of the administration entrance to Park River Area School. They will be sharing a brief history where the "See You At The Pole" tradition began in addition to a few bible verses. The event is a part of global week of student prayer. According to syatp.com, the event "was inspired by the initiative of stu- dent in one youth group in Burleson, Texas, early in 1990. The teenagers felt led to go and pray at night at several area schools during a weekend youth group retreat. They had a profound time of prayer, and their expe- rience was shared with thousands of other youth from across Texas in the form of a challenge in June 1990 at a large conference. More than 56,000 students on 1,200 campuses in Texas and three other states were docu- mented at the first See You at the Pole in September of that year. The move- ment continued to grow nationally and internationally from 1991 on." Last year, a group of students from each church in Park River came together to organize the event. More than 120 students, parents, family clergy, and teachers stood on the lawn outside of Park River Area School to gather together in prayer. 00,4ZAT P:_OCZSSD:00 rACE 1 Livestock Planning, Inc. present: ducers. ed the plan that would create a The location, still tentative, small, state inspected, multi- was also of concern for some species custom slaughter plant Walsh County producers who said that would cater to local live- that though Cavalier's location stock producers as well as have the may be more cost effective, the ability to produce and sell specialty larger number of livestock pro- sausage and bacon products. It was ducers are south. Some even said in his opinion that the best location that for this to be a more viable for the project would be in Cava- project, they should look even lier because the location that they further south than Park River. chose was already foundation- Others were concerned that the ready, making it a better location plant design was too large to stay based on the math. operational year-round. products, she would carry or we Caring Home at thiscaringhome.org. Park River Mayor Dan Sten- The closest slaughterhouse up- radio frequency locater service like a small GPS tracker that would no-: void, who also had submitted lo- tions available currently are in SafetyNet ,and Project Lifesaver,:= :tify:y OE=.!;&.loruesaonsto." Savvy or, I c, ations fovsideraion, saidhis, Anean d Laogdo 0 and:producers which are offered by some local la,: or,  ,. n, 0K73070, d fsit I rustrafioneitkhe,et4on, was .... d:at tia url-d,& ithnt thna enforcement agencms. ,: (t beaic r'w,dhuoe of"Sen- I that the proposal asked for a 5,acre lOcatiOns are in hi# demand cre- With these services, your moth- area, and would [e(you know ex- ior'" book I location and the location selected ating  3-month waiting period for ' in Cavalier was a 2-acre space. He processing, which makes both stated that Park River should be planning and selling the end prod- given the opportunity to then pres- uct difficult. ent a 2-acre space if that is what Walsh County Extension Agent they need. asked the committee why western Each year businesses file reports listing owners of unclaimed "I'm going on record right now Walsh County producers would property as required by the ND Uniform Unclaimed Property Act. that you guys are making a huge take their animals to Cavalier, (N.D.C.C. 47-30.1 ) mistake if you put it in Cavalier," when Langdon would be closer. Stenvold said. Though the consultant was YOU OR YOUR BUSINESS COULD Cavalier Mayor Ken Briese hired to help make this vital deci- BE ON THAT LIST stated that he was not about to sion, the committee said that there Search the web free of charge at: have his city attacked over this is- is no project without investors www.land.nd.gov sueand, he said he thinks they all and no final decisions can be Or call 701-328-2800 need to do what is best for the pro- made without them. CARS and CROSSOVERS C5019A 2010 Chew Traverse Goldmist. 39,500 miles .............. 524,900 B4021A ]997 Cadillac Deville Red, 163.781 miles ................. 54,900 B4030A 2011 Buick Enclave Gray, 31,732 miles .................. $25,?00 G4082B 2000 Chevy Monte Carlo Silver, 260,7t6 miles ............. $3,900 G4094B 2011 Cadillac DTS Maroon, 34,122 miles ................. 29,900 X2016 X1941A C4060B X1951B C3066A G3080C X2027A C4077B X1917B G4123B X2009A G3071B X1943A G2109B X1955A C5014C X2019A X2029 X1904A G4093A X2025 C4133A B4017A 2000 Nissan/Dats Frontier White, 120,832 miles ........... $8,900 G4097A 2011 GMC Acadia Silver, 17.800 miles ................... $25,900 2000 Volkswagen New Beetle Black, 94,850 miles ......... 56,900 G4036A 2012 Buick Enclave Cocoa M, 46,612 miles ............... 529,900 2001 Chew Impala Maroon, 178,075 miles ................ S2,900 X2002 2012 Chew Cruze Brown, 15,926 miles .................. $16,900 2001 Oldsmobile Silhouefle Maroon. 124,472 miles ......... $5,900 C4137A 2012 Che W Impula Red, 52,850 miles ................. S] 5,900 2003 Nissan/Dats Altima Maroon. 96,956 miles ............ $8,900 B3012 2013 Buick Verano Silver. 150 miles ................... 525,645 2003 Oldsmobile Silhouefle Silver, t47,250 miles .......... 56,900 X1959 2013 Cudillac S White, 14,526 miles .................. $38,900 2004 Cadillac Deville Goldmist 100,080 miles ............. $7,900 X1929 2013 Che w Capliva Sport Silver, 14359 miles ............. .q21,900 2004 Ponliac Grand Prix Silver. 123,466 miles ............. 57,900 X2013B 2013 Hyundai Sonata Black. 26,335 miles ............... 5] 9,900 2004 Pontiac Sun|ire White, 107,860 miles ................ 55,900 X2021 2014 Chew Impala Gold, 9,073 mites ................... $26,900 2005 Cadillac Deville Blue. 106,000 miles ................ $7,900 X2022 2014 GMC Terrain White119.107 miles ................... $2B,900 2005 Chew Impala Silver. 126.650 miles .................. 56,900 2005 Yamaha XVS650 Red. 3.000 miles ................... 54,900 2006 Chew Malibu Silver, !22.036 miles .................. 57,900 2006 Hummer H3 Red. 5&139 miles .................... S19,900 2007 Buick LaCrosse Silver, 61.140 miles ................ 511,900 2007 Chew Uplander White. 104.059 miles .............. 57,9(}0 2007 GMC Acadia Luxury Red, 68,000 miles. 521,900 2007 Jeep Wrangler Silver. 88.675 miles ................. $19,900 2008 Cadillac DTS Blue. 46236 miles ................... 519,900 2008 (hew Impala Black. 56.054 miles .................. S14,900 2008 GMC Acadia White Diamond, 75,125 miles ........... $23,900 2009 Che W Molibu Red Jewel. 28,750 miles ............. 5]5,900 2010 Buick Enclave Silver, 56,498 miles ................. S27,9 PICKUPS and SUVs C4066B 1982 Chew C30 White. 46,061 miles ................... SLY00 X2024A 1996 Chew K1500 Black. 112900 miles .............. 3,00 C4066C 1997 Chew K3500 White. 123,240 miles ............... S] 0,900 G4056A 1999 Silverado 1500 Gray, 143,567 miles ................. 56,900 G4108B 2003 GMC Sierra 1500 White, 121,101 miles ............. S12,900 G3114B 2004 Silverado 2500HD Red. 120,204 miles ............... 519,900 X2032 2004 Dodge Dakota Blue. 132,386 miles .................. 5B,900 G4038A 2005 GMC Savana 3500 Gold, 106,875 miles ............. 50,900 G3092A 2005 6MC Sierra 2500HD Black. 71,559 miies ............. 532,900 X2008A 2{){}6 5ilverado 1500 Charcoal, 87.610 miles ............. S  8.900 X203OA 2006 GC Yukon 1500 XI Black. 154,850 miles ......... S 10,900 C4122A 2007 Silverado 1500 White, 87,500 miles ................ 520,?00 G5001B 2007 Silverado 1500 Gray. 60,452 miles ................. 22,{)00 G5003B 2007 GMC Yukon 1500 XL Black. 96,450 miles ............ 2 ] 900 C4086C 2008 $ilverado 1500 Black, 96,765 miles ................ 52,900 C5000A 288 Silverado 2500HD Red, 143,364 miles ............. $I 4,900 G3122A 2008 Chew Suburban K1500 Gray, 79 600 miles .......... 530,900 B3014C 2009 Silverado 1500 Maroon, 35,944 miles ............... $27,900 X2031 2010 GMC Canyon Black, 63,399 miles ................... 52,%0 G4073A 2010 GMC Sierra 2500HD White, 43,085 miles ............ S33fi00 G4124A 2011 Silverado 1500 Blue Granite, 91,984 miles ........... 5] 7 900 G4122A 2011 GMC Sierra 1500 Gray, 66,635 miles ................ S27,900 G4111A 2011 GMC Sierra 1500 White Diamond, 21.367 miles ...... $29,900 G4113A 2011 6MC Sierra 15{}{} Fire Red, 60,010 miles ............. 524,900 G5009A 2011 GMC Sierra 3500 White, 37A13 miles .............. 33 t 900 B4026A 2011 GMC Yukon 15{}{} XL Go!dmist, 72,050 miles .......... 330900 C4114A 2012 Silverado 1500 White, 49,484 miles ............. 328900 C4136A 2012 Silverado 15{){) Red, 25,498 miles .................. 30,?00 G4112A 2012 GMC Sierra 1500 Red. 44,840 miles ................ $28,900 G4141A 2012 GMC Sierra 1500 Red, 32,143 miles .............. 5:28,900 G4090A 2012 6MC Sierra 1500 Fire Red, 33,750 miles ............ $35900 G4098A 2013 Silverado 1500 White, 16,500 miles ................ $33,900 X2020 2014 Chew Tahoe White, 20,580 miles ................. !4L900 G4027 2014 GMC Sierra 2500HD Mocha St. 433 miles ........... $58380 X2033 2014 GMC Yukon XLWhite Eb, 29.127 miles .............. 542 900 C5002 2015 Silverado 2500HD Black, 10 miles .................. f6U'35 AGRICULTURAL DRAIN TILING Surface and subsurface water problems? 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