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Page 12 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2017 Photos: Larry Biri Top Left: Sgt. 1C Brian Gaarder, (Left) Lt. Col. Mark McEvers and Dennis Heit (Spec. 5 Ret.) retire the 133rd flag. Middle Left: Over 400 people fumed out Saturday morning at the Grafton Armory for a special Veterans Day Program. It was the Final Formation Cere- mony of the Grafton National Guard. The armory housed 132 years of adive army posts, the last one being the 133rd Quarter- master Detachment. As Nalional Guard members are down for the state, so are the number of posts, consolidating into larger towns. Marching the flags down the Grafton Armory aisle were Vet- erans Don Steenerson, (Lto R) Jack DeSautel and Rod Eber- towski. Middle Right: Rep. Kevin Cran rspoke alx the role the community plays in the National Guard and to remember our Veterans everyday. Cramer usually spends Veterans Day in Bismarck but he wanted to be in Grafton for this special day. North National I relationship with - r" Bottom Left: Spedal Adjutant General military coins were given out to Veterans. Don Hutson accepted his for his dad Hod Hutson who was unable to attend. Hod was a B-25 pilot in World War II. Hod flew 58 missions. He at- tained the rank of Captain, receiving two presidentai unit citations with his squadron and was awarded the Dis'dnguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with five oak leaf dusters. Bottom Middle: Kayl Gerszewski, five years old, wants to be in the National Guard just like his grandpa, Tom Gerszewsld. Bottom Right: Veterans and Iongtime National Guard members Gene Bums (middle L to R) and Leroy McCann observe the 133rd flag for the last time as it is about to be reSred. I HELP WANTED THE DEVILS LAKE JOURNAL is looking for a full-time sports reporter and a part-time (25/hours/week) general news reporter for our editorial "team." Experience with design software and photography preferred. Send resume and writing samples to Ioleson@dev- ilslakejournal.com. LANDMARK SERVICES COOPERATIVE, Cottage Grove, Wisconsin seeking qualified Chief Executive Officer. Cooperative busi- ness providing agronomy, animal nutrition, grain and energy and retail products and services. With 21 locations and total sales well over $450 million. Successful agricultural business management, financial experience preferred. Job link: https://tinyurl.com/ydf5em3v Contact: David.Lemmon@chsinc.com 320-219-0270 ACCOUNTING INSTRUCTOR: Lake Re- gion State College - Devils Lake, ND, This is a 9-month, tenure-track position with full ben- efits, including paid family health insurance. Duties include teaching, curriculum man- agement, student advising, faculty commit- tees and recruiting. Go to Irsc.edu for more in- formation. CITY OF CARRINGTON has opening for full-time Police Officer. Applicants must be ND P.O.S.T. Board licensed or licensable. Wage DOE. Application from City Hall, 103 10th Ave. North, Carrington, ND 58421,701-652- 2911. Position open until filled. AGRICULTURAL FINANCIAL ADVISER Tom Nikolaisen, Jr. - Attorney-at-Law Asso- ciations: Agricultural Attomeys; Land Brokers & Real Estate Agents; CPA; Expert Advisers in Large Cattle & Grain Operations; Licensed to close Ag Loans with BND and other finan- cial institutions. 701.968.4307, tom@niko- laisenlaw.com MOTEL 66 IN Drayton, ND is looking for Re- sponsible person/couple to manage 24-unit motel. Maintenance skills are desirable but not necessary. Separate apartment avail- able. 701-454-6464. HELP WANTED: PFEIFLE Chevrolet in Wishek, N.D., is seeking an experienced Service Technician. Call Dave at (701) 452- 2375. RAILROAD VEGETATION CONTROL: Full-time traveling opportunity starting in Jan- uary 2018, 60-80 hours/week, $13-$15/hour starting, meal allowance, paid lodging, health/dental, 401 (k) & Paid Time Off. RAW, Inc. in Cooperstown, ND- 888.700.0292I www.rawapplicators.com I info@rawapplica- tors.com CLASS A OTR DRIVER WANTED, Reefer/drive in. Home weekly. Starting .40 to .42/mile, DOE. Benefits: Health Insurance, Sign-On Bonus, Paid Vacation. Bill (701) 527-7215. A 25-WORD AD costs only $160. Runs in every North Dakota newspaper. What a deal! Contact your newspaper to place your ad. BUSINESSES FOR SALE F/S: CITY CENTER Motel, Devils Lake, ND. 24 units, attached apartment. Located in busy tourism area. Selling due to ill health. 701-662-4918. Serious inquiries only! REAL ESTATE FOR SALE LANDOWNERS: NORTH DAKOTA farm land values and cash rents continue to be strong. Call Bob Pifer for free market valua- tion. Pifer's Auctioneers 701-371-8538 or bpifer@pifers.com. PLANTERS/SEEDING EQUIPMENT BUYING VALMAR, GANDY applicators used. Call Paul at Daily Bread Machinery, 763-286-2037. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing of ND Media? ND Media Guide. Only $25! 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