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PAGE 1 2 THE PRESS DECEMBER 1 1, 2013 Top Left: Anna Kalgard shows Patty Bina some of her beautiful tra- ditional Bohemian decorative gingerbread pieces at the Holiday Mall at the Park River City Hall during Super Santa Saturday; Bottom Left: What's a show without popcorn? Talan Troftgruben gets his pop- corn for the free showing of "Planes" at the Lyric Theatre in Park River during Santa Day; Bottom Center: A family day at the movies. Colt, Kylie and their daughter Charley take in the free movie at The Lyric in Park River. It was a full house for the free showing of "Planes"; Top Right: Isabella (Izzy) Machart forgot what she wanted to tell Santa Claus. Santa was in Park River at Citizens State Bank Saturday for Santa Day; Top Middle Right: Some were a little leery of Santa. Zach Johnson peers out at Santa from behind his morn Jill Johnson; Bottom Middle Right: While some just didn't like Santa at all. Wynston Martin doesn't want anything to do with Santa on this day, while his twin brother Phillip sits comfortably on Santa's knee; Bottom Right: Stylish Headgear!! Samantha Anderson wears a bear headdress and her brother wears a cow headdress to battle the re- cent frigid temperatures; At Right: Janice Clemenson of "Uffda Cre- ations" continues to knit as she checks out the crowd at the Holiday Mall. Janice also does Norwegian Rosemaling. Everyone who attented the annual holiday event also had the chance to register to win Park River Bucks, which can be used any- where in Park River. The following kids won $25 in Park River Bucks: Isaac Porter, McKenzie Kouba, Bennett Lindell, and Isabella Swartz. The following adults took home $250 prizes Wes Carlson - Pisek, and Jackie Hodny- Lankin. Photos: Larry Biri Farm your land smarter, more efficiently, and more Umely with this simple innovative program designed to help families stay in the FARMING GAME, Improve Your Bottom Line with Extremely Low Rates by taking advantage of CiUzens State Bank of Lankin's Tiling Incentive Program IP) For more information about this groundbreaking offer or to hear about the great advantages of Tiling, Contact Greg Bauer at 701.644,2231 or 701.351.1067 or Abe Beneda at 701,284.7272 or 701,360,0205 Jg 'zk Undrained L~nd Water tables that the sprin~ restrict development, are close to the healthy root Weter l~4 Spring surface in Water le~4 Summer Tile Drained Land Drainage Ute keeps the water table at the proper level to allow air flow and healthy plant growth, t li]N Water te~! Water level Spring Summer 2 I ' i]~IIH~ITgI~IHIIIIIIIIBNI~H II1[11 III III II I II IIIIIIIIIIII