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. WALSH COUNTY PRESS - WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER IO, 202l " Page I l Weekly SUDOKU by Linda Thistle Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small 9—box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine. DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: 9.. 9 Moderate . Challenging .0. H00 BOY! : © 2021 King Features Synd.. Inc. 1. LITERATURE: What is the name of Ron Weasley’s house in the “Harry Potter” novel series? TELEVISION: The sitcom “Pet- ticoat Junction” spawned which other popular spinoff series? 3. LANGUAGE: What is the mean— ing of the Latin phrase, “littera scripta manet”? 4. MOVIES: What is the name of car— toon character Porky Pig ’s girlfriend? US. STATES: What is the capital of Wyoming? V 6:GEOGRAPHY: Which U.S. inter— state highway is the longest in the nation? AD SLOGANS: What product’s TV ad sparked the catchphrase “Mikey likes it!"? . 8. GEOMETRY: How many straight lines can be drawn through two given points? ' "tbst‘t'l'ltll Shhhiir in the world? ' 10. MUSIC: Which iconic rock band was once named The Detours? Answers 1. The Burrow 2. “Green Acres" 3. “The written letter remains,” mot- to of The National Archives Petunia Pig 5. Cheyenne 1-90 Life cereal One 9. Carolina Reaper (Guinness Book of World Records, 2013) 10. The Who 2021 King Features Synd. Inc. RIVI 1. Is the book of Amaziah in the Old Testament or New Testament or neither? 2. From Acts 5, who convinced the Jerusalem council not to stone the apos- tles? Haggai, Shebna, Gamaliel. Levi 3. The scriptures often use the word “Gehenna,” which translates into English as? Hell, Paradise. Poem. Soul In Corinthians 5: 17, who does Paul describe as a-“new creature”? The unborn. Innocent children. C 0m- mandment keepers, Anyone in C hrisf Besides Abiathar, who was a high priest during the reign of David? Pass/2m; Zad()k. C aiaphas, Zebedee How old was Moses when he died?33,100,120,164 ANSWERS: 1) Neither. 2) Gama- liel; 3) Hell; 4).Anyor'ie in Christ: 5) Zadok; 6) 120 “Test Your Bible Knowledge," a book with 1.206 multiple-choice questions by columnist Wilson Casey. is available in stores and online. 2021 King Features Synd. Inc. Jemsuv HMOGnS A9199M l.Who released “Peg”? Where did Thin Lizzy get their name? 3. Why did Simon and Garfunkel end up in a lawsuit over their release of “E1 Condor Pasa”? Which artist wrote and released “Lovers Who Wander”? Name the song that contains this lyric: “I‘m a rambler and a rover, and I wander it seems, I’ve traveled all over, chasing after my dreams." ‘ Answers 1. Steely Dan, in 1977 on their “Aja” album. During recording, they went through seven guitarists before finding one (Jay Graydon) who nailed the solo. From a character in The Dandy, a B‘git‘ish' comic. For a while after they 'igaFWhhéy' Were ~ mistakenly called Tin Lizzy due to a Dublin accent that would leave out the “th” sound. 3. Paul Simon heard the song played by Los Incas and was told it was a tra- ditional‘Peruvian song from the 18th century. Assuming it was therefore not subject to royalties, S&G record- ed it and included English lyrics. A lawsuit was filed by the son of the man who'd written (and copyrighted) the song in 1933. Dion, in 1962. It reached No. 3 on the Hot 100 chart. “The Piney Wood Hills," by Buffy Sainte—Marie, released on her “Many a Mile” album in 1965. 2021 King Features Syndicate by Ryan A. Berenz Former NFL kick return special— ist Mel Gray was named to four Pro Bowls in the early 19905 playing for what team? , US. Olympian Ryan Crouser won gold medals at the 2016 Rio Games and the 2020 Tokyo Games compet- in g in what track and field event? 3. In the 1983 NBA playoffs, what member of the Atlanta Hawks bit Danny Ainge of the Boston Celtics in the finger during an on-court fight? By what nickname is former Dal- las Cowboys fullback and longtime TV analyst Daryl Johnston known? 5. What U.S. women’s soccer star ’ scored three goals vs. Japan in the 2015 FIFA Women ’5 World Cup final match? 6. The Platypus Trophy is an award presented in the college football rival- ry between which two teams? 7. What South/Carolina racetrack is known as “The Lady in Black”? Answers The Detroit Lions. 2. The shot put. Tree Rollins. ' 4. Moose. 5. Carli Lloyd. 6. The Oregon Ducks and the Ore« 'gon State Beavers. 7. Darlington Raceway. 2021 King Features Syndicate. Inc. LOONN RESOURCES Domestic Violence and Abuse Center, Grafton Domestic Violence and Abuse Center Inc, Grafion Providing Home/& Healing to Walsh, Pembina & Cavalier Counties of North Dakota. We want to provide anoflier update for the community and let everyone know that we are still open and offer- ing services. The health and safety of our clients and staff is our organization's top priority. We are continuing to take extra precautionary measures, such as having staff work fiom home when possible. We also have the ability to quarantine clients if they have tested positive for COVlD- l 9, are exhibiting symptoms, are awaiting test results, or otherwise need to be quarantined We can still be reached during our regularofficehornsbyphone at 701-331-0466. We askthatanyone needing assistance please call first so that we can make arrangements to meet as soon as possible. We are also available through our 24-Hour Crisis Line at 1-866-435—7490. Continue to check our Facebook page for up—to—date info on our services. Senior Meals and Transportation The Senior Meal Programs eight meal sites in the county are open. We will also continue the Take-Out meals for the foreseeable future if you do not feel com- fortable coming and eating at the meal site. All Senior citizens 60 years of age and over or a spouse of someone over 60 are encouraged to take advantage of the senior meal program to pick up meals, eat at the center, or request a home- delivered meal. Please call your local meal site the day before you would like a meal. You may also get more than one meal if you would like, just be sure and tell the cook when you call. Meals are available at the Grafton Armory (701-352- 3648), Park River Senior Center (701-284—6993), Fordville Senior Center, and Lankin Senior Center call (701-284—6993) through the end of August. Minto Sen- ior Center (701-352-3648), Edinburg Fireside Lounge (701-993-8242), Forest River Cafe (701-248-3554), and Fairdale Cafe (701-966—2550). Public Trans— portation is an essential service that allows people to continue needed procedures such as dialysis and other necessary medical appointments. We also provide rides for grocery shopping and other errands as well. DriVers may also pick up gro- ceries or prescriptions if orders are called into a business and prepaid. We will not transport you if you are feeling ill or experiencing any symptoms, you must call and Cancel if you have previously scheduled a ride. Contact Pam Landsem, Director at (701)284—7999. Walsh County Food Pantry, Grafton Walsh County Food Pantry is open from 1 pm. to 4 pm. Monday through Thurs- day. Iocatedbehind St. John’s Catholic Church 344 W 15th St, Grafton, ND 701-352-1648 Two fomis of pic ID required, proof of address (utility bill, mail) Library Open, Park River Park River Public Library will be open Monday: 6:30 8:30 pm. Thursday: 6:30 8:30 pm. Saturday: 9 am. 1 pm. Social distancing and cleaning measures will be in place for the health and safety of our patrons and staff. ONGOING City Council, Park River Park River City Council meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of every month. In case of aholiday, the City Council meeting is moved to the next day (Tuesday). ' All agenda items must be presented to” the City Office no later than the‘Tuesday preceding the Council meeting. The City Council meetings start at 5:30 PM. The City Oflice Building, located at 514 Briggs Ave 8., houses the City Council Room where the meetings are held. For questions call 701.284.6150 Calling all storytellers! Nominate your favorite storyteller for an Interview! The Walsh County Historic Preservation is seeking stories fi'orn Walsh County Residents on a variety of top- ics related to living in Walsh County. Once collected, the stories will be submit— ted to the State Historical Society. Help us catch these voices before they slip away. Nominate your favorite storyteller by emailing the name, topic and contact in- formation of the storyteller to: tlaaveg@nd. gov. JobSeiviceComestoGrafton Job Service Comes to You! Join us at the Carnegie Library in Grafton at 630 Grig— gs Avenue on the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 10 am — 12 pm. Job Service staff will be on site to offer: Job Seeldng Assistance, Veteran’s Service, Information on Training Programs, Resume Building Assistance and Limited Unemployment Insurance Assistance. Call 701-795-3700 for more information. Lankin Legion and Legion Auxillary Meetings Lankin Legion and Lankin Legion Auxillary Meetings will be held on the first Mon- day of the month at 7:00 pm. Chosen Bible Study, Park River "Chosen" will be screened as a Bible Study at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Park River, beginning Monday, Oct. at 7 pm. in the Church. The series will like- ly take 10 Mondays. Other meeting dates are: Mondays, Nov. 1, 15, 22 and 29; Dec.6, 13 and 20; Jan. 10 and 31. EVENTS Diaper Drive, Park River The Walsh County Press in Park River is hosting a Diaper Drive for the Walsh Coun- ty Food Pantry this November. We are seeking out unopened packages in a vari- ety of sizes, including larger sizes. Donations can be brought to 401 Briggs Ave S, Park River to benefit local families in need. EMT/EMR Course, Park River EMT/EMR COURSE Class begins November 8th at 6PM and will be help every Monday and Thursday. Where: First class will be help by the Park River Ambu- lance Center 203 Code Ave N, Park River, 58270 Contact: Greg Martinson at 701- 352-3 128 or at grafionvalleyambulance@gmail.com Ryan Lien at 701-33 1-4440 or at ryan.lien@1 stcarehccom The Fordville-Lankin Elementary School is searching for a Special Education Para Educator for the 2021-2022 school year.- Speclal education paraprofessionals work with special needs students one-on-one, in a small group, or in the classroom. Position requires a high school diploma or GED. Responsibilities include but not limited to caring for a very young student with limited mobility. This is a full-time position. We also have openings in the following positions: Music Teacher, Business Teacher, Bus Driver, and Para. ' ' For more details, please call Mr. O’Brien, Superintendent, or Mrs. Kunrath, Elem. Principal at 1 701 229-3297. THRU THE PRESS PERISCOPES Walsh County Historical Society Meeting, Grafton The Walsh County Historical Society will hold its quarterly meeting on Wednes— day, November 10th at 5 pm at Heritage Village in Grafion. Stacie Rinde Family benefit, Hoople A benefit for the Stacie Rinde Family will be held from 4:00 - 8:00 pm. on Sat- urday, Nov. 13 at Gully's Bar and Grill in Hoople, N.D. If you can't attend the ben- efit but would still like to donate, here are some other options: ' Checks can be made out to Fight for Stacie. Monetary donations can be mailed to‘ Gate City Bank, 3909 13th Avenue South, Fargo, ND 58103. - Online donations are boosted by 20% at htqiszlllendahanduporg, search for Stacie Rinde. In 2018, Stacie was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer. After completing aggressive chemotherapy, radiation, and two reconstructive surgeries, Stacie was cancer fiee. Unfortunately, inAugust 2021, scans showed that the cancer had returned and had metastasized to her brain, liver, lungs, breast, and lymph nodes. She is now diagnosed with stage 4 terminal cancer. Sta- cie recently completed whole brain radiation and will be beginning chemothera- py soon. Besides the physical and emotional toll, cancer has also caused a finan- cial burden. The aggressive treatment is hard on her body. Stacie is married to Travis, and they have three wonderful kids Collin (3), Caleb (5), and Kara (13). The Rinde family appreciates your support and prayers from the bottom of their hearts. Veterans Day Program, Lankin Lankin Legion Post 157 Veteran’s Day Program will be held on Saturday, November 13th, 2021 at the Lankin Legion. Social Hour 5:00 PM. 6:00 PM Potluck Meal. Program to follow. Everyone Welcome. Come Honor Your Veterans! Thanksgiving Meal, Park River Community Thanksgiving Feast will be held on Thursday, Nov. 25. Sit-down Din- ner at Noon; Delivery Meals prior to Noon. Hosted by St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 505 Park St E, Park River (West of CENEX; North of Dollar General) For Meal Reservations or Delivery, please call: 701-284—6165, Nov. 15-19, between 10 am. and Noon. Steak Fry, Minto Join the Minto Rural Fire Protection District for our armual Steak Fry and Silent Auction on Nov. 19 at the Minto Community Center. Hors D'oeuvre's begin at 5 pm. Dinner is served From 6 pm. to 9 pm. Tickets are Available with every de- partment member and at Northdale. Contact Chief Wilson at 701.360.2444 for any questions. No admittance under 21. North Star Quilters Guild Show, Grand Forks ' Quilts on the Red is coming Friday to Saturday, Nov. 19—20, to the Alerus Cen- ter in Grand Forks. North Star Quilters Guild invites the public to its biennial quilt show, which features more than 250 quilts and 30 watercolor paintings by tradi- tional and modem artists,“four special exhibits, five presentations/hulk shows, 1 1 quilt shops, daily basket raffles and Viewer’s Choice voting. Tickets will also be offered to enter a Dresden plate quilt raffle, with the drawing to take place late Sat- urday at the show. All events will be taking place at the Alerus Event Center in Grand Forks, ND. Admission prices are $6.00/day or $10.00 for a 2-day pass. Chil- dren under 12 are flee. Lectures are $12.00 plus admission. For more informa- tion, or to pre—purchase tickets, go to www.northstarquilters.org. Photos and back- ground on quilt shops and lectures on our Facebook page: https://www.face— book.coWnom§mmi§mltem.ow ! iiier ‘fwlzt 1w. Baby Shower, Park River There will be a baby shower for Tricia Carrell, daughter of Tim and Jacqi Zikrnund, on Saturday, November 27, from 10 am to 12pm at St. Mary's Church in Park Riv- er, ND. Come and go as you please. Tricia is expecting a baby boy and is reg— istered at myregistrycom. Invite the whole neighborhood! Put your event in our calendar of events free of charge. Call 701.284.6333 or email wcpress@polarcomm.com Sunshine Kids Center in Park River is looking for qualified applicants to fill the Child-Care Supervisor/Director position. Starting Wage Depends on Experience and Qualification, (See Below Requirements), Includes discounted child-care, PTO and a $500.00 sign-on bonus after months of employment. To apply, please? contact SKC at 701-284-7666. Minimum qualifications of group childcare supervisor. 1. A group childcare! supervisor must be an adult of good physical, cognitive, social, and emotional health and shall use mature judgment when making decisions impacting the quality of childcare. 2. The group childcare supervisor shall meet at least one of the following qualifications, in addition to those set out in subsection 1: A bachelor's degree in the field of early childhood education or child development; b. An associate's degree with at least one of the following: (1) Eight semester hours or twelve quarter hours of department-approved early childhood education or child development; (2) One hundred twenty hours of department-approved early childhood training; or i (3) A director's credential approved by the department; 0. Current certification as a child development associate or successful completion of a department-approved diploma program with emphasis in early childhood or childcare; d. Certification from a Montessori teacher training program; 9. At least one year of exclusive experience as a self- declaration holder or licensed childcare provider with positive references from at least two parents whose children were in the provider's care; f. A high school degree or equivalency with certification of completion in a secondary occupational childcare program and at least one year of exclusive experience working with young children, with references from at least two individuals who either had their children in the group childcare supervisor's care or instructed the group childcare supervisor in childcare programming; or g. A minimum of one year of exclusive experience providing care to three or more children, with positive references from at least two parents whose children were in the group childcare supervisor's care or a center director or teacher who observed the group childcare supervisor‘s care of children firsthand.