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THE /VALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I 8, 201 7 Page 3 , : ph :+ u s t: a arm acy; Locally owned and operated, Grafton Drug features a unique selection of giftware, puzzles, candy, kitchen items, cards, and more. Gift wrap with purchase. Gift cards also available. Walsh County 4L.I Spotlight The merchants beloware/ / I proud I 9 The Walsh County Fair is packed with family fun and entertainment highlighting 4-H and FFA youth as well as open class exhibits.The event will take place Oct. 18-21 in Park River at the fair building near Park River Area School. Exhibit entries will start Wednesday af- ternoon. Join us for Mutton Busting Thursday. Try your chance to win big with potato pick- ing on Friday. Kids day with inflatable games and more will be Friday. Check out the fea- tured entertainment including Matt Hodek and the Dakota Dutchmen.Wojo's Rodeo will take over the fairgrounds Saturday. For full schedule or more info check out the full pre fair supplement or find us on Facebook. (2, Park River .- samaritan . 301 County Road 12B S,,ci,:n .... " 284-7115 AUTO PARTS Park River Implement 284-6316 lS Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 TUNITED Michiqan ~ 259-2112 Bank &Insurance H oop-le ~ 894-6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 110 4th St. E Park River Jim's Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! AND& to line Always the "Where Quality is Standard" "'Specializing in farm and home wiring" Scott Wedel - Owner MN licensed Master Electrician. Call him today up the projects you want done before winter. same person doing the same level of work for you. 701-331-1579 www saelectric company saelectric. 14@gmail.com ....... Park River, ND , + 1 & 2 I tnx)m Apartments $400 Walmart Card (With 12 month lease) *Income Based All Utilities Paid Ground Level Laundry Facility Non Smoking Call Katie @ 701-331-2939 irie Homes Management ,+ 1-888-893-9501 .A TTY: 1-800-366-6888 EHO .... .... lWalsh County Veterans Service Office Veterans, Asbestos Exposure Revisited Hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of veterans have been exposed to toxic asbestos-contaminated materials during military service. Asbestos was highly regarded for its heat resistance and fireproofing capabilities. It wasn't until the 1970s that the military began to phase out asbestos. The Navy was the most infamous branch to use the most asbestos based insulation at every shipyard and in every ship. Today, veterans who served between 1940 and 1980 are at high risk of developing health prob- lems from asbestos. Those who served more recently also are in danger because it took decades for the military to remove or replace asbestos products, and veterans who were deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan may have been exposed to asbestos in the debris of damaged buildings. Veterans are allowed to apply for benefits for asbestos-related diseases, but proof is needed in order to connect the disease to service. Ifa veteran cannot prove their asbestos exposure is limited and isolated to their mil- itary service, they are advised to seek compensation from asbestos man- ufacturers. The VA recognizes mesothelioma as a service-connected medical con- dition; however, evidence must state that the disease is just as likely as not to have been caused by exposure to asbestos in the service. If you or a fellow veteran are stricken with mesothelioma and believe to have been exposed to asbestos during your military service, please call for an appointment with your county veteran service officer. More information can be found at https://www.asbestos.com/veter- ans/. Claims may also be started at the previously mentioned web site in conjunction with the county veterans' service officer's assistance. Mesothelioma is a cancer that affects the lining of the lungs or ab- domen and in some cases the lining of the heart. Symptoms of the can- cer resemble less serious conditions, which usually contributes to a late diagnosis. Mesothelioma typically develops 20 to 50 years after expo- sure to asbestos. Do not hesitate to contact me with questions regarding asbestos expo, sure or injuries related to military service at 701-352-5030. Katrina Hodny, Veteran Service Officer Admin Bldg 638 Cooper Ave, Suite 5 Grafton, ND 58237 701-352-5030 or 701-331-1700 walshcountyvso@nd.gov walshcountynd.com/veteran Facebook @WalshCountyVeterans By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, kills, on average, about 24,000 - 80 What can you tell me about the percent of whom are seniors. flu shots made for seniors ? I got sick You also need to be aware that last winter after getting a standard these senior-specific flu shots cannot flu shot, and am wandering iftheflu guarantee that you won't get the flu accinefor older adults wouMpro- this season, but they will lower your vide me better protection this year. risk. And if you do happen to get sick Almost 70 you probably won't get as sick as you would without it. Here's more in, Dear Almost, formation on the two vaccines: There are actually two different Fluzone High-Dose: Approved flu shots - the Fluzone High Dose for U.S. use in 2009, the Fluzone and FLUAD - that are designed High-Dose (see Fluzone.com) is a specifically for people age 65 and high-potency vaccine that contains older (you only need to get one of four times the amount of antigen as them), a regular flu shot does, which ere- These FDA approved vaccines ates a stronger immune response for are designed to offer extra protection better protection. This vaccine, ac- beyond what a standard flu shot pro- cording to a 2013 clinical trial, was vides, which is important for older 24 percent more effective than the adults who have weaker immune de- regular-dose shot at preventing flu fenses and have a great risk of de- in seniors. veloping dangerous flu complica- FLUAD: Available in the U.S. tions. The Center for Disease Control since last year, the FLUAD vaccine and Prevention (CDC) estimates that Senior Savvy the flu puts more than 200,000 Cont page 6 people in the hospital each year and Stephanie Kay Helt and Luke Andrew Peikert were united in mar- riage on August 19, 2017 at Calvary Lutheran Church in Golden Val- ley, MN. The bride is the daughter of Scott and Kim Helt of Rochester, MN. She is the granddaughter of Dennis and Pat Helt of Park River, ND and the late Gerald and Yvonne Lorton of Park River, ND. She graduated from the University of St. Thomas with a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering. She is employed at Seagate Technology as an Applica- tion Engineer. The groom is the son of Johann and Karen Peikert of Eau Claire, WI. He graduated from the University of St.+Thomas with a Bachelor degree in Business Management. He is employed at Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. as a Benefits Specialist. The couple resides in Bloomington, MN with their dog, Scout. @ HOOPLE, N.D. -- Blood drive coordinator Cindy Olson has co- ordinated a very successful blood drive. The drive held in Hoople on September 29th saw 22 people volunteer to donate blood and 16 were able to give. Four people gave blood on the automated 2RBC machine that collects two units of red blood ce:lls which re5 suited in 20 total products, Two people volunteered for the first time. According to Weldon Roberts, Donor Recruitment Representative for United Blood Services, "Com- munities like Hoople make a re- gional blood program work. Peo- ple volunteer to donate when there has been a well-organized cam- paign, informing the public of the need for blood." i Cindy Olson coordinated the drive and assisted with recruiting +- donors, publicity, providing re- freshments, and registering donors. Others who assisted with the drive include: LeeAnn Dahl, Joyce O1- son, Sue Fagerholt, Leslie Fager- holt, i Nick and Kathryn Otto. Space to hold the drive was pro- vided at First Lutheran Church. On behalf of the patients who benefited, United Blood Services appreciates all the thoughtful peo- ple who volunteered to help oth- ers by giving of themselves. To sign up for your next life-saving blood donation appointment, please go to www.unitedblood- services.org. Blood is for sharing; you have truly given the "Gift of Life." Full time, Part time, Local and Over the Road. No Northeast loads Contact Marvin at 701-248-3204 What are you celebrating? Let us help share your excitement. 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Hallmark Cards, Drive-up Window Ye Olde Medicine Center Park River. 701-284-7676 Drayton Drug Drayton 701-454-3831 DeGree