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OCTOBER 19, 2011 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Thur., Oct. 2o - Wed.00 Oct. 26 are subJect to change without notice ADAMS~EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thurs: No School Fri: No School Men--B: Cereal, PBJ L: Beef stroganoff, green beans, salad, sauce Tues--B: Toast, sauce L: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, carrots, fruit Wed--B: French toast, sauce L: Hot dogs, fries, beans, salad, fruit cup ADAMS-EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily, skim milk, salad bar, whole wheat products Thurs: No School Fri: No School Men--B: Cereal, toast L: Rib patties on bun, oven fries, baby carrots, applesauce or salad bar Tues--B: Granola breakfast bars, kiwi L: Tater tot hotdish, pickles, rolls, brownies or apples or salad bar Wed--B: Cereal, toast L: Lasagna, garlic toast, corn, tropical apples or salad bar FORDVILLE~LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk , bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs: No School Fri: No School Men--B: Cereal, toast L: Soft shell tacos, toppings, Spmfish rice, fruit sauce, veg. tray Tues--B: Fried eggs, toast L: Scalloped potatoes, BBQ meatballs, green beans, fresh fruit Wed--B: Chocolate chip muffins, cereal L: Hot dogs, chips, potato salad, baked beans, veg. tray, fruit sauce MINT0 PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. Thur--No school Fri--No school Men--B: Omelets, toast L: Chicken patties on bun, potato chips, pickles, veggies, fruit cup Tue---B: Egg patties, toast L: Vetable beef soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, veggies, fruit cup Wed--B: Cereal L: Chicken strips, scalloped potatoes, corn, fruit cup PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk , bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs: No School Fri: No Schxl Men--B: Breakfast bagels L: Chicken strips, salad bar, fruit Tues--B: Pancakes, sausage L: Hot dogs, beans, salad bat, fruit Wed--B: Breakfast wraps L: Chili, breadsticks, salad bar, fruit Aggie Articles News and Notes from Park River Public School VALLEY-EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with aH meals. Thurs: No School Fri: No School Menu not available VALLEY~EDINBURG 5-8 (CRYSTAL) Thurs: No school Fri: No school Men: Hamburger hoddish, sandwiches, green beans, dessert Tues: Taco salad, sandwiches, dessert Wed: Hot ham & cheese, hashbrowns, corn, dessert VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. Thurs: No School Fri: No School : ": ........   -: Men: Scalloped potatoes, meatballs and'sm0kies in barbeque s/Ei' green beans, salad bar, fruit Tue: Chicken & rice casserole, fresh buns, carrots, salad bar, fruit Wed: Barbeques, Tosfitos with cheese and salsa, Pasta Salad, fruit Farnfland For Sale On Bids Rosalia .M. tlowey Estate * Foster County. ND ITract One: Southwest Quarter (SWl/4) of Section Twenty-Fourl (24) Township One Hundred Forty-five (145) Range Sixty-Five (65)! Terms: lnterested parties should comact Jones & Kelly Attorneys at Law, P.C. at 701-683-4123 i or p.o. Box 391, Lisbon. ND 58054 or fkellv@drtela4et fiw a l;acket with detailed information | about the land and the specific terms and conditions of the sale. Written bid; will be accepted | until Monday, October 31, 20ll at 4:30 p.m. Bids should be submitted for the total purchase | ................. price per traet, not per aere. Seller reserves the | illll Jones & Kelly right to reject ,mY or air bid* and waives am, l l W W a" " re r / irregularities in any bM. " | !l.l I 1 trceys at Law r-.v... For complete land descripu'on and detailed I 1 I -8 -453-8891 ,npsgo to: wwwa' W ALL MATERIAL - ALL LABOR - ALL CONCRETE JR CONSTRUCTION Aggies kick Cougars in four Left: Park River/Fordville-Lankin Aggies Riley Francis (left) and Sadie Void battle Griggs County Central Cougars Presley Painter at the net. The Aggies downed the Cougars 25-19, 15- 25, 26-24 and 25-20 Thursday in Park River. Above: Aggie set- ter Claire Welch sets the ball for Josie Thompson at the net. Photo on Front Aggies celebrate a big point in the final game against Griggs County Central. (left to right) Molly Sobolik, Tay- lor Lehar, Kendall Slebodnik, Morgan Porter and Claire Welch By Brent Arndt It's finally starting to feel like fall. Green leaves are being re- placed with gold and red. Farm- ers are in the fields, working countless hours to get their crop in and harvest wrapped up before the ground is blanketed in white. And in Walsh County that also means the county fair is right around the corner. Parents of 4-Her's and FFAer's alike are scrambling to get those last minutes touches done on fair projects, each day marked off on the calendar in hopes of motivation and encour- agement. The PRHS Ag Depart- ment is no different. Students are busy working on projects and I can't help but to keep glancing at the calendar in hopes that maybe a few'more days ha/v,  bffen added until registration da3} at the fair. Keeping with tradition, a last minute trip to the Grand Cities has been planned for this weekend to pick up the rest of the essentials. Every year the Walsh County Fair allows community members the opportunity to see first-hand what great achievements both the youth and fellow adults have ac- complished, in the registered and open class respectively. I am It's fair time again! proud to say that I can put another notch on the board and rm look- ing forward to my third fair season as its quickly approaching. Last year was the first year since I've been here that a scheduling con- flict occurred with the fair. Instead of spending the three days of the fair serving pulled pork sand- wiches and the infamous BBQ dog, !. accompanied ; :two ,Park River FFA'ers to the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, IN. Not only was it a first for them but also it was the first time I'd ever gotten to take students to the event. Having attended when I was a student, it was an entirely new experience going as an advi- sor. While at the convention, the Walsh Count Fair wasn't far from my thoughts. Advisers enjoy talk- ing and boasting about their chap- terS and classrooms back home, the more unique the better. And as I sat there listening to them I couldn't help but think to myself that I held the pocket aces. It never failed - I would get the same response every time it came around to me. "What?! Your county fair is going on now?l" It would spark quite the conversa- tions, a ea;debat, Was summer really the best time to have a county fair or was Walsh County, ND onto something? Now I have to admit that when I first an:ived in Park River I too had the same response. Growing up in southern Minnesota, our county fair was always over the hottest week of the summer - or so it seemed. It didn't matter what time you decided to visit, you couldn't escape the heat. Needless to say I have come to appreciate the anything but typical scheduling of the Walsh County Fair. Its good to be anything but typical, some might call it unique. Unique gives it character and character building is what makes the youth organizations that are in- volved in the county fair so spe- cial. Both the 4-H and the FFA foster those opportunities that help our youth build their own chm:ac- ter, gain leadership ability' and workmanship through competi- tion. Some youth will take home those brilliant grand champion rosette ribbons and others a white. No matter the ribbon color or the award, I always remind my stu- dents that its the prize you receive but the experiences they've gained.. Ribbons and trophies are great for the present but its the skills they will carry with them throughout life that mean the most. So as the fair arrives and the judging begins - to all the 4-Hers and FFA'ers - good luck and have fun. And to all those parents who are supporting and working along side those youth involved - enjoy your 51 weeks of break until the 2012 Walsh County Fair. The Student of the Month for September 2011 at Minto Jr./Sr. High School is Alyx Altendorf. Alyx was nominated for her outstanding participation in class and extracurricular activities. Her work ethic is second to none and she has great attention to detail. Alyx is a sophomore at Minto High School and is the daughter of Tami and Ryan Altendorf. PR student awarded scholarship VALLEY CITY, N.D. -- The Office of Enrollment Services at Valley City State University, Valley City, ND is pleased to announce that Sam Grinter, son of Randy Grinter and Theresa Magnasson, Park River, ND, has been awarded a VCSU Gary and Connie Tharaldson scholarship for the 2012-2013 academic year. Sam will graduate from Park River High School in May of 2012. Valley City State University scholarships are made available as a result of the generous support of alumni and friends of the university. Students are selected to receive these scholarships on the basis of their high school GPA, ACT or SAT scores and their high school class rank. ) NorthSCAN States00rlde Classifieds i HELP WANTED McLEAN COUNTY is hiring one full time Deputy Sheriff. Apply by 4:00 p.m. CT on November 2 by calling (701) 462-8818. MINOT IS BOOMING! Sodexo Dining Services at Minot State University is currently hiring for all positions. Sodexo offers competitive wages, benefits, and job advancement opportunities. It's worth the drive for a good paying job. Call (701) 858-4466 for more information. McLEAN COUNTY HIGHWAY Department will fill one Equipment Operator II position based in Butte, ND. Call (701) 462-8818 or e-mail for more information. HELP WANTED: ROAD department supervisor, Steele County, ND. FT." benefits include health, dental, retirement, cafeteria plan, paid holidays and leave schedule. Submit resume by November 7, 2011: PO Box 275, Finley, ND 58230. Contact (701) 524-2110. Steele County is an LEO Employer. NOW HIRING EXPERIENCED Heavy Equipment Operators, CDL Truck Drivers, and Laborers. Must have 10 hr OSHA or equivalent, First Aid/CPR Training, DOT Medical Card, and a valid appropriate Drivers License. MB Construction Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Fax or Email Resumes to (970) 462- 0049 or HELP WANTED: HEAVY equipment/road grader operators, Steele County, ND. Must be able to obtain CDL. FT." benefits include health, dental, retirement, cafeteria plan, paid holidays and leave schedule. Submit resume by November 7, 2011: PO Box 275, Finley, ND 58230. Contact (701) 524-2110. Steele County is an LEO Employer. UNDERGROUND UTILITY CONTRACTOR looking for foreman, operators, laborers for fiber to home and power projects. Must have CDL, wage DOE. Call Jim at (701) 340-0973 OTR DRIVER WANTED. Class A, clean driving record. 17 central state operation. Home weekly depending on location. Pay based on experience. Benefits. Call Bill (701) 527-7215. EDUCATION/TRAINING ALLIED HEALTH CAREER Training-Attend College 100% online. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. 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ANNOUNCEMENTS/ PERSONALS PELVIC/TRANSVAGINAL MESH? Did you undergo transvaginal placement of mesh for pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence between 2005 and the present time? If the patch required removal due to complications, you may be entitled to compensation. Call Attorney Charles Johnson (800) 535-5727. ARE YOU PREGNANT? Childless couple offers unending love/financial security. Stay-at- home Morn/devoted Dad. EXPENSES PAID. www.adoption- Lorraine and Daniel. (866) 944-4847 (HUGS). A 25-WORD AD costs only $150. Runs in every North Dakota MISCELLANEOUS newspaper. What a deal{ Contact your newspaper to place your ad. PUBLIC NOTICES ARE your connection to government -- ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, available online and searchable addresses, phone numbers, e- by newspaper, city or keyword at mails of all ND newspapers, www.ndpublicnotices. radio/TV stations, specialty com. i T , 1 i I  ,, ;,,;,i' ] l lib I, ,[ l! I,t:; ,,lliill/lill -, \\; ,