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.myuwmuma rmv' a: '11:“. ,d-d‘u a no t .4 .-vv-<x-m.aurn--~»s.. . . Pae|2 . WALSH. COUNTY PRESS - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER Weekly SUDOKU by Linda Thistle I II E] I Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row acro§s, each column down and each small Q—box 'square contains all of the numbersxfrom one ’to nine. DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: O 9 Moderate 09 Challenging 9.9 H00 BOY! © 2021 King Features Synd., Inc. TELEVISION: What was the name of Jay’s dog in “Modern Family”? 2. MEASUREMENTS: How many pecks are in a bushel? 3. GEOGRAPHY: Which continent has regions in all four hemispheres of Earth —— north, south, east and west? 4. MUSIC: Which singer is known as the Queen of Disco? 1 US. STATES: Which state has the only royal palace in the United States? 6. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: How many federal holidays are recognized by the United States? ASTRONOMY: How many, moons does Mars have? 8. MOVIES: Which iconic movie has the tagline, “A man went looking for America, and he couldn’t find it anywhere”? . 9. FOOD & DRINK: Which miner- als are found abundantly in dairy prod- ucts? 10. COMICS: Which longérunning’: comic strip developed frmiiSWWklyl panel titled “L’il Folks”? ' L Answers 1.Stella Four 3.Africa 4. Donna Summer Hawaii, lolani Palace 11 annually, with Juneteenth as the most recent addition, and 12 every four years, with Inauguration Day as the additional holiday in Washington, DC. only. Two, Phobos and Deimos “Easy Rider” Calcium, phosphorus and magne- sium 10. “Peanuts” © King Features Synd., Inc. I by Wilson Casey I 1. Is the book of Bethany in the Old Testament or New Testament or neither? Which woman was chosen to be queen through a beauty pageiint, des: ' tined toreign for the rest of her life? Bathsheba, Talipehcs, Jezebel, Esther 3. From Romans Paul described what devout woman as “our sister”? Rachel, Deborah, Martha, Phoebe , ' i Where wasthe longest epistle of Paul sent? Ronic,Ji)ppa, Gibbon-Nazareth In Genesis wdehat told the _ y " ‘ ‘who, in became the first Black first lie? Adam, E lye, Serpent. Cairl From Acts 8, Candace was Queen 7 ‘of the Israelites, Ethiopians, Gadites. Ephesians ANSWERS: 1) Neither; Esther (222-18); 3) Phoebe; 4) Rome; 5).Ser- pent; Ethiopians Sharpen your understanding of scripture with Wilson’s C asey’s latest book, “Test Your Bible Knowledge,” available in bookstores and online. King Features Synd.. Inc. JGMSUV I'DIOCII'IS A9139M 1 “I Feel the Earth Move” was the front of a double a-side single. What was on the other side? Where is MacAithur Park, from the Jimmy Webb song of that name? Which Beatles album cover had a new picture pasted over it to cover up the image of mutilated dolls and raw beef? Which singer was known as 01’ Blue Eyes? > I Name the song that contains this lyric: Well, there was no reason to believe she’d always be there.” Answers 1. “It’s Too Late,” by Carole King, in This side took the Grammy for Record‘bf‘thc Year ' ' "2T“l§ii§"AiigeIESi"lt’S”a’ city park ‘ named after Gen. Douglas MacAr— thur. The song was first recorded in in a seven-minute version by Irish actor Richard Harris as his debut venture into pop music. 3. “Yesterday and Today”- Known as “the butcher cover,” it was covered with a boring shot of the Beatles and a steamer trunk. Frank Sinatra. “Two Hearts,” by Phil Collins in The song charted in coun: tries and was used in the soundtrack of the film “Buster” and even snagged a Grammy in © King Features Syndicate by Ryan A. Berenz l. “The White Mamba” was the nick- name for what member of the 2008 1 NBA champion Boston Celtics team? 2. On April .right—hander Philip Humber threw a perfect game pitching for what MLB team? What first-round NFL Draft pick by the Baltimore Ravens was named NFL Defensive Player of the Year in Name the legendary tennis player golfer on the LPGA Tour. 5. Name the annual award presented to the NHL player exhibiting “the best type of sportsmanship and gentleman- ly conduct combined with a high stan- dard of playing ability." Malik Sealy, who was killed in a car crash by a drunk driver in had his No. 2 jersey retired by what NBA team? In the past decade, Montee Ball, Melvin Gordon and Jonathan Tay- lor each have won the Doak Walker Award as the nation’s best running back playing for what Big Ten team? Answers 1. Brian Scalabrine. The Chicago White Sox. 3. Terrell Suggs. 4. Althea Gibson. The Lady Byng Memorial Trophy. { 6. The Minnesota Timberwolves. 7. The University of Wisconsin Bad- gets. King Features Syndicate. Inc. ‘ calendar of Even“ LOOK/N' THROW—1E PRESS PERISCOPES w RESOURCES Domestic Violence and Abuse Center, Grafton Domestic Violence and Abuse Center Inc, Grafion Providing Home & Healing to Walsh, Pembina & Cavalier Counties ofNorth Dakota. We want to provide another update for the community and let everyone know that: we are»still openand ofi‘er- ing services. The health and safety of our clients and’stafl‘ is otiriorganizafion's top priority. We are continuing to take extra precautionary measures, such as having stafi work from home when possible. We also have the ability to quarantine clients if they have tested positive for COVID—19, are exhibiting symptoms, are awaiting test results, or otherwise need to be quarantined. We can still be reached during our negularofiice hoursbyphoneat701-331-0466. 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 Continue to check our Facebook page for up-tO-date info on our services. Senior Meals and Transportation Th grams 1 t meal sites in the county are open. We will also 6 1e g3}- 51“: Fnrpcepnhle you do not com- fortable coming and eating at the meal site. All Senior citizens 60 years of age and over or a spouse of someone ‘over 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 Gratton Armory Park River’Senior Center Fordville Senior Center, and Lankin Senior Center call through the end of August. Minto Sen— ior Center Edinburg Fireside Lounge Forest River Cafe and Fairdale Cafe 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 1 Walsh County Food Pantry, Grafton Walsh County Food Pantry is open from 1 pm. to 4 pm. Monday through Thurs- day. Locatedbéhirid St. John’s Catholic Church~ W 15th St, Giafion, ND Two forms bf pic ID required, proof of address (utility bill, mail) Library, Open, Park River Park River Public Library will be open Monday: 8:30 pm. Thursday: 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 stafl‘. '» ONGOING CityCouncil, Park River Park River City Council meetings are held on the 2ndMonday of every month. i case ofa holidafitihe‘dCity Co il fleeting is moved to the next day (Tuesday). "Alliagen‘da must bepr'esen d , r’p’i‘e‘eedlng the Council meeting. The City Council meetings start at PM. The the City Oflice no later than the Tuesday City Office Building, located at 514 Briggs Ave S., houses the City Council Room where the meetings are held. For questions call Calling all storytellers! Nominate your favorite storyteller for an Interview! The Walsh County Historic Preservation is seeking stories from 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. ' JobSeiviceComestoGiafton Job Service Comes to You! Join us at the Carnegie, Libraryin at 630 Gn'g- gs Avenue on the 2nd Tuesday of every month from".10‘am —"12"pm. Job Service staff will be on site to offer: Job Seeking Assistance, Veteran’s Services, Information on Training Programs, Resume Building Assistance and Limited Unemployment Insurance Assistance. Call 70 1 for more information. Lankin Legion and Legion ‘Auxi llary 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, ' .. "Chosen" will be screened as a Bible Study at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Park River, beginning Monday, Oct. 25, at 7 pm. in the Church. The series will like- ly take 10 Mondays. Other meeting dates are: Mondays, Nov. 1, 15, 22 and Dec.6, and 20; Jan. 10 and EVENTS Fall Turkey Supper, Hoople Hoople First Lutheran Church Fall Turkey Supper will be held from :00 pm. on Wednesday, Oct. 27. Take-Outs Only $15.00. Drive-up Delivery (No Call- in Orders) Virtual Harvest Fest . Join us for FCHC's Annual Harvest Fest that will be taking place virtually on Oct. 28! Harvest Fest will consist of: -An In-home Dining Experience: Available to those that purchase the $40 Harvest Fest ticket and order a Charcu- terie Tray. Charcuterie trays will be available for pickup or delivery on Thursday, Oct. and will be delivered to area communities. Orders must be received by Oct. 14. Basket/Silent Online Auction & Items for Pureliase: Opens on Thurs- day, Oct. 21 at 10 am and closes on Thursday, Oct. at 9 pm . MAnyone can participate and bid/buy items without the purchase of a Harvest Fest ticket. -Cash Prizes: Cash prizes up to $500 will be given away by Citizens State Bank oflankin ’ with the purchase of a $40 Harvest Fest ticket. -Live Stream Event: “my, Oct. 28 at 7 pm To purchase a Harvest Fest ticket or the in-home dinins experience, contact Ruth Jelinek at or development@l swatchccom. . Job Fair, Cavalier The Pembina County Job Fair will be held from pm. on Thursday, Oct. 28 at the Cavalier High School. Numerous area businesses will be available to discuss hiring opportunities at their organizations. Legion Fall District/Regional Meeting, Harwood. Fall District/Regional Meeting of District 1, District District Ameri- can Legion and Legion Auxiliary — East Region Meeting will be held on Satur- day, Oct. at pm at the American Legion Post Harwood, N.D. Aux- iliary will meet at the Harwood City Hall Located at old bank building at Main Street pm Social Legion Post 297 at 101 Benefit Lane,5:00 pm Din- ner — $13 Walleye or Parmesan Chicken. Registration $5. V St. Mary’s Church Bingo, Park River Halloween Bingo! Come in costume/mask or not! We welcome everyone ——-’ old, young, singles, couples and families. The Church of St. Mary's in Park River, ND, will host Bingo on Sunday, Oct. at 2 p.m.‘iti:the Parish Hall. Twenty games will be played. Cost of cards is $5 each. Prizes Will include: cash and assorted Hal— loween items. If you have gently used or new'Halloween items that can be used ‘ as prizes, you are invited to bring them. Also, those attending could bring Halloween- ( . decorated treats. St. Mary's is located at 505 Park ST E, just westiofCENEX and 1 north of Everyone is invited Bring-yOur friends! ll v . Trunkor Treat, Park River Free event presented by Park River Community Club Trunk or Treat Sunday, Oct. at 3 pm to 5 pm erAlong Briggs Avenue in Park River —— Designated spots will he mafked MIf interested in having a decorated trunk or reserving a space for a game/activity and passing out treats, contact one of the following: Patty at pncitypatty@polarcomm.com - Nancy at prcitycoor@polarcomm.com Mariah at mariah.hall@lstcarehc.com - Pancake Breakfast, Lankin , lankin Legion will be hosting a Pancake And French Toast Breakfast on Sunday, Oct 31 from am. to 1 pm. AllYou Can Eat Pancakes, French Toast, Sausage, Eggs, Juice and Coffee with Free Will Ofl"ering\ Everyone Welcome. Sts. Peter & Paul Soup/Sandwich Luncheon Sts. Peter and Paul Altar Society (Bechyne) Soup/Sandwich and Bake Sale on Oct. 31 has been CANCELLED. Hoping to maybe have an event the Spring. .Park River Figure Skaters Registration Deadline Park River Figure Skaters Regisuation is available online now at www.parkriver— parkscom. Click on the skates, if you do not have a SportsEngine account, you will need to make one to register. This is also how the coaches contact the par- ents regarding lesson updates, weather cancellations, and schedule changes! Skates are available to rent through Genells HockeyWorld in Grand Forks. (If your skater outgrows them mid-season there is no charge to upsize) Find us at "Park River Figure Skaters" on Facebook! “Late fee applies AFTER Oct. l** y . Chili Cook-Off, Minto "Chili Cook-0ft" Come and Sample the area's finest Chili Thursday, Nov. 4 at pm at the Minto Community Center in Minto, ND. Get a group together and en— ter the Chili Contest. Applications at the Harvey Ave Saloon. Proceeds go to the Walsh County Historical Museum Minto, ND ‘ Deer Opener Chili Feed, Park River 1st annual Deer Opener Chili Feed & Bazaar Friday, Nov. 5 at Victory Free Luther- an Church 113 Oak Street Park River 4pm-8pm. Bake Sale, Craft Sale, & Quilt. Auction. Come join us for food & fun! Homemade Lefse, Park River Park River Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church women will be making and selling home- made lefse for the holidays on November Cost is $10 for6 rounds or $20 for 12 rounds. Call Sheryl Kjelland at or or L0- rie Clemetson at or to pre-order. All orders will re- quire pi‘e-payment and pick up arrangements. Fall Dinner, Minto The Sacred Heart Church in Minto will be having their Fall Dinner Nov. 7 from am pm at the Minto Community Center, 114 Harvey Ave in Minto. Menu consists of Ham & Meatballs, Potatoes & Gravy, carrots, sauerkraut & pork, dinner rolls, pies & desserts. The cost for Adults is Ages $6 and 5 and under are free. ,Takeout Orders are also available by calling LaVeme at or Evelyn Bake Sale, Mini Raflle & will also take place. Come fill your belly and enjoy the great company! .Kosobud Lame Meeting, Lankin Kosobud Lodge 106 will be meeting on Sunday, November 7th, beginning at pmwith apot—luck lunch, with the meeting to follow at pm, at the Lankin Community Center in Lankin North Dakota. Hope to see everyone there. 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 Code Ave N, Park River, Contact: Greg Martinson at or at graftonvalleyambulance@gmail.com Ryan Lien at or at ryanlien@lstcarehc.com - Stacie Rinde Family benefit, Hoople A, benefit for the Stacie Rinde Family will be held from — 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, 13th Avenue South, Fargo, ND - Online donations are boosted by 20% at httpSJ/lendahandupoxg, search for Stacie Rinde. In Stacie was diagnosed with stage 2 breast After completing aggressive chemotherapy, radiation, and two reconstructive surgeries, Stacie was canoerfi'ee. Unforumately-inAugust 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 wonderfiil kids_- Collin (3), Caleb (5), and Kara (13). The family appreciates your support and prayers from the bottom of their hearts. Veterans Day Program, Lankin Legion Post 157 veteran’s Day Program will be held‘on Samrday,’N0vember” at the Lankin Legion. Social Hour PM. PM Potluck Meal. Program to follow. Everyone welcome. Come Honor Your Veterans! Steak Fry, Minto Joiii the Minto Rural Fire Protection District for our annual 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 Noithdale. Contact Chief Wilson at 701 for any questions. No admittance under 21. ‘ ‘ WWWMadWM. . . is your address changing as well? I Let us know before you go! The Press