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OCTOBER  19, 2011 THE PRESS PAGE 3 \\; Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: WMZH COUNTY F.aJR The Walsh County Fair begins Wednesday, Oct. 19 with 4-H Interview Judging, Open Class entries, Commercial Booth Set up, and the Tractor Driving Contest. ThursdaY,: @ct. 20, and FridaY, Oct. 21 are filled with special events and old favorites such as Bull-a-Rama, potato picking, Cowboy Poet Ryan Taylor, Boy Scout's Pine Wood Derby Races, plenty of exhibits, animals, commercial booths, and more! For a full detailed schedule go to: http ://bit. ly/r m VdyV Park River 301 County Road 12B 284-7115 I  Park River l Implement 284-6316 FIRST UNITED l--Bank&lnsurance Park River ~ 284-7244 Michigan ~ 259-2112 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 I Jim's Super.Valu ........ 284-6433 '-_-' /"  ': " 101 3rd Si W :':::.- ....... ..... ..... :;- /::;  ,,:i !.,' Ia'rk R"er"':!i;-: !':: F0raliyc)urdinner needs, cox!!! tease How!!! $200 Incentive - that's right with signed lease! 1: & 2 Bedroom in Park Riw All Utilities Paid Income Based Private Entrances and No Ste - MUST SEE - Contact Vicki for more information at 701-331-3826 701-352-2275 Professionally Managed by Homes Management 1-888-893-9501 -- toll free TTY: 1-800466-6888 EHO g,,g't, VA eyeglasses, hearing aids The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) not only covers eye examinations and audiology tests and writes eyeglass and hearing aid prescriptions for all its eligible patients. In many cases it also covers eyeglasses and hearing aids---even for some non-service-connected Priority 5 and 7 patients (generally, veterans honorably- or generally- discharged after at least two years' service with incomes under about $35,000). The little-known Veterans' Health Administration Directive 2002-039 of July 5, 2002 [paragraph 4.a.(1)] authorizes eyeglasses and hearing aids for: those getting service-connected compensation for any reason or at any percentage; Ibrrner prisoners of war and Purple Heart recipients; those getting Housebound or Aid and Attendance increments to needs-based disability Pensions; those needing eyeglasses or hearing aids due to any other (even non-service-connected) medical cause; and those with any other functional or cognitive ilnpairment-- as shown by Activities of Daily Living (ADL) functional deficiency(ies) --who need eyeglasses or hearing aids to participate in their own care. Replacements are allowed in cases of loss and breakage and for new or changed prescriptions. Hearing aids, without a prescription change or loss, must last 4 years. Issuance of spares is determined by the VA audiologist or eye care specialist. Although general information on the VA website may wrongly suggest that the above benefits are restricted to those with service-connected disabilities and other limited groups, in fact Directive 2002-039 remains fully in force. The VA ordinarily offers comprehensive dental services only to 100% disabled, service-connected veterans and those held as prisoners of war over 90 days; but other, non-service-connected veterans may apply to the VA, no later than 3 to 6 months after discharge, to get dental treatment that wasn't completed while on active duty. For qualified cases, the VA may then pre-authorize some treatment with approved private dentists. The above mentioned VHA Directive has an expiration date of October 31.2013. For more information contact your local County Veterans Service Officer. Katrina Hodny County Veterans Service Officer ........................................... INIIflF ........... ]IF .............. o- Max 00vid H.Riley & Julie McLaughlin of Denver, Colorado. are proud to announce the birth of Max David McLaughlin. Max. born on July 12th. weighed 7 pounds. 15 ounces & was 20 inches long." ..... :. '!':' He is the grandson of Lee & Judy McLaugN of Lankin, ND and Dave & Sue Sethre of Ottertail. Minn. Great-grandparents are Laddie & Viola Bata of Park River, ND, Loretta & Stu & Joan Sethre of McLaughlin of Lankin, ND. Newfolden, MN. miss i wcpress @ P.O. Box 49 Park River, ND 58270 NOTICE OF WALSH COUNTY FARMERS UNION ANNUAL MEETING Saturday, October 29, 201 ] Adams Cafe. Adams NO 10:00 a.m Meeting and Harvest Brunch Please join us Agri-Women Conference set GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Bismarck. She writes a hea|th Learn about the food chain from producer to processor to trucker to buyer as it affects the consumer at the 29th annual Harvest of Knowledge Agri- Women's Conference Oct. 28 in Grand Forks. Leading the panel and discussion is Margaret Tweten recently retired after almost 35 years with the North Dakota Extension Service. Prior to her retirement she served eight years as Northeast District director, based in Grand Forks County, with the Extension Service. Keynote speaker is Eric Bergeson, Fertile, Minn., gardener, noted speaker and column writer. The title of his presentation is "The Good Old Days" with emphasis on women's role in the area history. Sheri Coleman, a registered nurse and now is associate director of the Northern Canola Growers Association, in column "Ask Sheri" for several journals and newspapers. She will speak about canola's effect on breast cancer. "Money Smart Women" is the title of Lori Scharmer's presentation. She is with North Dakota Extension in Minot, ND. Mark Ellingson, Northwood, ND, is a chaplain for Hospice of the Red River Valley. He is a United Methodist trainer of Early Response Teams and works with the Red River Resilience, a diverse group seeking to create community and personal resilience in the face of disaster. Topic of his presentation is "Keeping the Bounce in Your Step." For information contact Donna Ulseth, 218-926-5651 or Karen Landman, 701-326-4523. The conference is sponsored by Minnesota Agri-Women and North Dakota Agri-Women. T]h00e show muslt Lyric up and running PARK RIVER, N.D. After posting a closed until further notice sign a few weeks ago, the Lyric Theatre in Park River is back. Equipment repairs were the reason behind the temporary closing. According to their Facebook page, "the Lyric has been shut down due to our projector motor burning up." The theater will reopen the weekend of Oct. 21 when they will be showing "The Help" Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m. The Park River theater was established July 8. 1915. We2,6, 5.0-7.0 Counu'y Store Tickets are: $10 adults, $10 takeouts, $5 preschool For lakeo caU. 894..6404 Flu Shot No 0/ APR up to 72 Months ON SELECT NEW GM MODELS *OAC. See Dealer for Details. Chevy Avalanche -GMC Sierra 1500 4x4 lf You Can't Find Whet You're Looking For,..   - ..... CERTIFIED WE'LL FIND IT FOR YOU/! P R E - O W N E D EEH EVRDLET r_l-lEJRE)! i=-'lr BUICK "41 0 Hwy 17 W. or 110 W. 5th St.. Grafton Open8:OO-E3OMon.-Fri.&8:0O-NoonS. As ow o, 1.9 % APR Phone 701-352-36OO or 800-279-3083 on Select GM Certified Used Chew Silverado, Impala, Malibu, Cobalt, HHR & Traverse GMC Sierra & Acadia Buick Enclave & LaCrosse *Qualified Buyers OAC. See dealer for details. Buick Enclave Chevrolet Impala G0115A X1740 X1717A GO136B