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_i ( 3 <:2 ,- 3 t00AL Cou SINGLE i_uvv  i .U0 VOL. 132 ISSUE 24 PAK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBE 17, 2014 'Ferris Bueller's Day ()if' to be shown for free at Lyric in honor of a communi00 leader By Allison Olimb of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- In the words of Ferris Bueller, "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it." The 1980s classic "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" is a film about living life it the fullest and it was a favorite of the late Tom Larson of Park River. In honor of his birthday, Dec. 19, The Lyric Continues (TLC) Com- mittee will be showing the film for free at the Lyric Theatre starting at 7 p.m. Laurie Jensen of the TLC Com- .mittee said that the idea just came together. "After Tom's passing I realized that his birthday happened to be on a Friday and thought that having a showing of his favorite movie would be a small way to honor him for all the years that he was so close- ly involved in the Lyric Theatre op- erations," she said. "I presented the idea at a TLC committee meet- ing and everyone was on board!" TLC will be sponsoring the movie with help from the Walsh County Chapter of Thrivent Fi- nancial and Thrivent also will be providing movie-goers with free popcorn at the event. Beth Wharam, Vice President of the Walsh County Chapter of Thrivent, said, "Part ofThrivent Fi- nancial's mission is to serve our members and society by inspiring Ferris . Cont. page 5 The Park Iver Area Elementary Concert took place on Thurs- day, Dec. 11, The gym was filled with holiday spirit, Santa, snowmen, and more. Left: There were reindeer in the concert played by Emma Markssen (I- r) Clover Gillespie and Ella Johnson. Below: Cora, sits mesmerized on her moms lap, Alysha Coffman during the Park River Elemen- tan/Christmas Con- cerL Photos: Larry Biri Park Street Immdromat joins D&B Motors as new operations on Park River's west end By Kellen Dobmeier of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The Lundquist family has been working hard to fill a few niche markets in the Park Riv- er area. It started with the car wash on the west end of town and now business has ex- panded. An office building was added over the summer di- rectly east of the car wash where the used car dealer- ship took root and now, the lo- cation has seen the addition of Park Street Laundromat. The dealership, on the lot owned by Bob Lundquist, of- ficially opened as D&B Mo- tors Used Auto Sales in the fall. "September 1 st was the of- ficial opening date," said Lundquist. "We had done sales Photo: Larry Biri here for about a year prior and it had been successful, so we decided to put up an office building with a garage and bathroom, which was re- quired." The used car dealership is a branch of D&B Motors out ofLangdon, a partnership that was an easy decision for Lundquist. "I'd bought vehi- cles there and was treated well, and I wanted something to offset the car wash in the winter months," said Lundquist. "I've alWays liked wheeling and dealing on cars, so I 3hought it'd be a good fit." What residents see on the lot is not all that's available to them, through Lundquist. "I Lundquit Cont. page 5 Obituaries See page 2 See page 4 "Maybe Chn,'stmas, the Grinch thout doesn t come from a store. Maybe Christmas... perhs ... means a little bit more!' Dr. Seuss See page 3 Dear Santa: Ie been good I swear! See page 13