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SEPTEMBER 28, 2011 i Thur.00 Sept. 9 - We ;,Oct. 5 M a bj ct to chanse without notice ADAMS-EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thurs--B: Cereal, PBJ L: Turkey noodle soup, sandwiches, salad, sauce Fri--B: &apos;roast, sauce L: Spaghetti with meat sauce, green beans, garlic toast, applesauce Man-- B: Cereal, PBJ I,: Tatar tot hotdish, green beans, salad, sauce, bread Tues-.. B: "roast, sauce L: BBQs, fries, fruit cup, beans, salad Wed--B: Omelets I.: Tomato soup, grilled cheese, salad, sauce ADAMS~EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily, skim milk, salad bar, whole wheat products Thurs--B: Muffins, green grapes L: Meatballs, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, roll, green grapes Ffi--B: Cereal L: Soft shell tacos, toppings, kiwi Man--B: Cereal L: Chicken strips, rotin, green beans, bread and sauce, or salad bar Tues--B: Caramel rolls, orange slices L: Pride of Dakota Day Ham wraps with veggies from schex)l garden, apples from l-more trees or salad bar Wed--B: Cereal I.: Meatballs, gravy, mashed potatoes, glazed carrots, dessert or salad bar FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk  bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs--B: Scrambled eggs, toast L: Chili cheese corn fritters, toppin%s, carrot & celery sticks w/dip, fruit sauce Fri --B: Frosted IxgrkgJohns L: Hot dos, potato salad, chips, baked beans, fresh fruit, veg. tray October Menu Not Available MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, nnd bread served with all meals. Thurs-...B: Omelets L: Chicken patties on bun, chips, veggies, fruit cup Fri B: Cinnamon rolls L: Hot dogs, baked beans, veggies, fruit cup Man  -13: EXg patties L: Hamburger, French fries, veggies, fruit cup Tues--B: Omelets L: Chicken nuggets, au gratin potatoes, veglgies, fruit cup Wed...-B: French toast L: Polish sausage, baked beans, ve%ies, t'rui[ cup PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject tO chae. Thurs--B: Sausage/egg/cheese biscuit L: Hot ham and chee., rice, pineapple, salad bar Cereal, toast L: Popcorn chicken, fries, lad bar, fruit October Menu Not Awfilable Aggi e Articles I News and Notes from i Park River Public School VALLEY-EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Peanut butter, .Icily, Bread, Milk, Vexgie, I)esscrt served with all meals. Thurs: Pork Roast, mashed potatoes, gravy, buttered carrols/corn salad bar. fruit Fri: Hot ham & cheese sandwiches, pioneer beans, salad bar, fruit Man: Chicken strips, assorted dips, hash brown patty, salad bar, fruit Tues: Pride of Dakota Day Baked potato bar with cheese, chili, taco, sour cretan, homemade buns, corn, and strawberry cup Wed: Hamburgers, Italian pasta salad, salad bar, fruit, yogurt /;k,, ............ VALLBY-EDIHBURG 5-8 (CRYSTAL) .... ,",' Thurs: l.asagna, lettuce salad, garlic toast, dessert Fri: Chicken enchiladas, lettuce, sandwiches, dessert Man: Chicken fajitas, lettuce salad, sandwiches, green beans, dessert Tues: Pride of Dakota Day, Cloverdale ham, RRV baked potato, Baker boy dinner roll, corn, dessert Wed: Subs, oven potatoes, broccoli and cheese, dessert VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. Thurs: Crust stuffed pizza, salad bar, jello with bananas Fri: Chicken Fajitas, toppirkgs, salad bar, fruit, moo cake Man: Taco Salacl, salad bar, corn, fruit, dixie cups Tues: Corndogs, bush's beans, salad bar, fruit, yogurt Wed: Sub sandwiches, macaroni salad, salad bar, fruit THE PRESS PAGE 7 i i i i i i Hatton-Northwood overtakes PRFL PRFL fell to Hatton -Northwood in three 22-25, 20-25, 16- 25, Park River/Fordville-Lankin (kills-blocks-aces) -- Sadie Void 6-0-0, Josephine Thompson 4-0-0, Kirsten Johnson 9-0-4 Left: Sadie Void goes up for a return against Hatton-Northwood. Above: Kendall Slebodnik (front) and Molly Sobolik collide as they both go for the return of serve. By Amanda Goli Homecoming week was held, September 12 through 16 at Park River School. The student council was very busy organizing this year's events. Monday's theme was Camo/Animal day. Students in grades 7-12 were introduced to the King and Queen candidates at a Minute-To-Win-It Royalty competition. After the .... c0mpetttiorf), students vt'the', Queen. Coronation Was alga  held Monday night in the Elementary Gym. This year was very exciting as there was a tie in the voting for King. For the first time (that anyone can remember) we crowned two kings. Molly Sobolik was crowned Queen and Jeffrey Johnson and Justin Zahradka were both crowned King. Their royal court included Nicole Sobolik, Josie Thompson, Tricia Zikmund, Isaiah Hylden and Connor Solseng. Tuesday's theme was Homecomiag f:omes aad goes Nerd/Thug day. The volleyball team traveled to take on North Border in Wall!alla. Wednesday 9dag cl',t c6tor day. Each grade and 'teachers were assigned a color to wear. Class competitions were held in the afternoon. Students competed in a foot/tbotball race, tug-of-war, and a dodge ball tourney. Fun was had by one and all, but of course, the dodge ball tourney was the highlight of the event. Thursday's theme was Pirates/Robots day. The volleyball team hosted the Cavalier Tornados and the game was broadcast by BEK include (7th grade) Elijah Hylden, Casey Solseng, Andy Moe, (8th.grade) Mandi Seim, Spencer Rehovsky, Emily Zikmund, (9th grade) Albert Irvine, Courtney Clemetson, Abe Hankey, (10th grade) Andrew Hylden, Anna Rand, Abby Zikmund, (llth grade) Sadie communications. Void, Bridget Foerster, Carly Myrdal, (12th grade) Molly Friday was CrAzY Aggie i, Pride I3ay Students fr3m Sobolik, JuStin Zahradka and "i70i, flglll_LaAkin;cam' over To:: Sdem i3ffd3'President Isaiah thepep rally and parade that was Hylden,;) Student council held in the afternoon. The advisors=are Mrs. Maribeth Aggies took on the North Prairie Cougars in the first home game of the season. After the game, students could view a late night showing of the movie "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" or enjoy bowling at Bowl-Mar Lanes. A lot of hard work goes into homecoming week and is full of events that would not be possible without the student council and the Aggie Cheerleaders. 2011- 2012 student council members Anderson and Mrs. Amanda Goll. Aggie cheerleaders this year include Tricia Zikmund, Trisha Collins , Abby Zikmund, Anna Rand< and Jessie Daley. Cheer!eading'advisor is Mrs. Nancy Larson. Thank you students and advisors for all your hard work. Editork Note: Goll is a student council advisor./or Park River schools Tract One: Southwest Quarter (SWl/4) of Section Twenty-Four (24) Township One Hundred Forty-five (145) Range Sixty-Five (65) Terms: lnterested parties should contact Jones & Kelly. Attorneys at L.w, t .C. at 701-683-4123 or P.O. Box 391, Lisl'mn, ND 58054 or for a packet with detaih'd itbrmotitm about the land and the pecific terms and comlitions of the sale. Written bids will be accepted until Monday, October 31, 2011 at 4:30 p.m. Bids. should be submitted fi;r the total l,nrchase price per tract, not pet" acre. Seller re.vt!rves the I  Jones 64 Kelly ,g, to reje,,'t any or all hie.,, amt waives any |l ]LI Attorneys at Law P.C. i,.<g,a, mie.,, i, an,. bid. I lml 1-8 7 7-453-8891 For complete lane description and detailed maps go to: www.rcgazette,com. NorthSCAN State.ride Classifieds orth HELP WANTED College 100% online. Job placement assistance. SPEECH PATHOLOGIST Computer available. DAKOTA VISTA OPENING for 2011-12 Financial Aid if qualified. BUILDING for Sale, school year in SCHEV certified. Call Bottineau. 43,000 sq. ft., northwestern SD: salary (800) 481-9409 18 acres by Turtle $40-55K. Great benefits Mountains. Uses: lodge, and educational cost office, casino, asst. living reimbursements. Contact BUSINESS or other. Call Tim (701) Cris Owens, Northwest OPPORTUNITY 793-0579. Area Schools (605) 466- 2206 / DELIVERY SERVICE MONTANA, WYOMING, FOR SALE, FM Metro ALASKA, New Mexico, 35 s Area, retiring after 39 acres starting at years. If interested send $176/month. Owner name, address, phone financing O.A.C. Great number to PO Box 11225, building sites, Brokers Fargo, ND 58106-1225 welcome. 1-800-682- 8088, TRUCK DRIVERS AND owner/operators: Freight Solutions of Hurdsfield, ND, has an immediate opening! Drivers receive excellent pay and benefits. Owner/operators enjoy timely payment, quality trailers and steady work. We pull a variety of hopper bottoms in several U.S. states and Canadian provinces. Contact Chad at (701) 793-7382 or visit WWW.freightsolutionsnd.c om if you are interested in this great opportunity! EDUCATION/TRAINING ALLIED HEALTH CAREER Training- Attend EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY! For lease: Deli next to gas station and motel along Highway 83 in Linton, N.D. Excellent fishing, hunting and school. Paul, (701) 321-1035. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 2159 Par Dr., Washburn, 5-bdrm, 3-ba, 3-car, fireplace, jacuzzi tub, deck, 3,200 sq. ft. fin., on paved road, $373,900. Call Mike at Trademark Realty (701) 400-0526. WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases Experienced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAssets@qwestoffic, (877) 754-3111. MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE MODULAR MAN CAMPS & Apt. Brand New Modular Homes. Delivered & Set on your lot. FREE Brochure & floor plans. (303) 573-0067. www.coloradofactorymodu OIL FIELD BUILDINGS FOR SALE SKID SHACK, SELF Contained. 1200Gal each Sewer/Water tanks. No hoses to freeze. Deluxe furnished Unit, Only used 6 months. $97,900 Call Nancy, (801) 651-6289 BUILDINGS FOR SALE BEHLEN BUILDING DISTRIBUTOR 40x80, 50x100, 62x120, 68x150, Take advantage of huge Fall discounts. Save thousands, Behlen Industries, LP. Call now! Jim, 1-888-782-7040. 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