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Valley News & Views Area Page 3 January 3rd, 2013 Calendar (Even ts Sugar Bowl Senior Center Noon Potluck - The First Sunday of Every Month at the Sugar Bowl Senior Center. Everyone welcome! Bone Builder Exercise Class - Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays beginning at 1030 a.m. 2 p.m. Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. Health Maintenance Clinic (Foot Care) 4th Monday of each month from 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The Pembina County Job special accommodation (i.e. , alternative formatting o: meet on Wednesday literature, an interpreter, o 7, Cavalier, ND. The public River Regional Council ; welcome to attend. (701) 352-3550. Any, requiring ..... i r i i i i A Look Back Continued From Page 2 as well as some tearful parents, as the kids piled into the school, some of them as much as an hour early. September 13 We can safely give you another little tease this week on our new restaurant, Hasting's Landing. Opening day is still projected to be around the 1st of October and we now have a name. There was chaos Tuesday at Kelly's grocery in Drayton as Kelly's sausage grinder went on the blink. Being Sausage Day, Kelly made an emergency run to Grand Forks to pick up a new part in an attempt to get his machine up and turning out this week's sausage of the week. Ah, but as luck would have it Kelly was given the wrong part and upon arrival back at the store sadly discovered that there would be no sausage on this day. Many of us were heart broken. October 4 The Sixty-first Annual DHS Homecoming Coronation was held at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, September 30, in the school gymnasium. There were 107 people who watched the event. October 11 The sugar beet harvest, especially in the Drayton area has been off to a very slow start. As a matter of fact, it really hasn't moved much since the beginning of the full harvest campaign, October 1st. October 25 It's been an "on your mark .... Get set ..... Stop" week for the beet harvest, as it seems all the rain we missed out on this summer is being delivered now. About the time trucks start to roll, we get hit with another shot and everything comes to a standstill. As you can see from the above picture taken Tuesday afternoon, it's kind of damp out there. Looks like a little more on the way yet. November 8 Yes, Hastings .Landing is a definite go for an official opening on Thursday. For the very eager, I suggest getting there early as the doors will open for breakfast at 6 a.m. November 22 Mrs. Kraft's third grade class continued last week to press for a hamster in the White House. The kids all wrote letters to the President encouraging him to consider a hamster for that post. Mrs. Kraft also included a class picture with all the students wearing Uncle Stm hats. The kids also pushed to have their picture hung in the Oval Office. November 15 Vinny Mouse was very excited the other day as the often confused little mouse told The Goat that he had heard the bionic man, of the "Six Million Dollar Man" fame, had been born in North Dakota and actually lived in Drayton for some time. He said he heard it from none other than Danny Rudnick. December 6 This year's 25th Annual Old Fashioned Christmas was a quiet, but very nice affair. I thought the turn-out a little disappointing, but it was such a nice day and these days people are so busy being busy. December 20 Sticking with a pretty simple theme this week, kind of nice to be home for Christmas. With another nice little snow coming down this evening, it looks like a white Christmas is in order. Of course we still have to deal with the Mayans. Should the end of the world happen on the 21st, which is Friday, advertisers will be glad to know they will not be billed for their Christmas ads. Also, the New Year's edition will be a little late. Dr. Catherine Hengel Borud Dr..lana Riley-Kraulik *Uhirolractic {.?arc B Massage *(;raston *Custon| Foot Orthotics k. I "Tracti( n and ()ther Therapies *Nutrition/Weight l,oss Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule January 2013 Transportation for people of all ages for mecical appointments, shopping, visiting, banking, ',lair appointments, etc. Local Tmnspotion In Drayton- Fare $3 Monday, Wednesday, Ilu  sd N Friday Transportation to Graflon- Fare $6 Monday Through Friday Transportation to Grand Forks - Fare $12 Wednesdays For Reservations Call 454-6586 The Buzz Deane and Pam Scharmer, Amy Scharmer and Flora Brown traveled to Sioux Falls on Saturday, December 22, to spend Christmas with Croig and Julie Ammann, Melina and Gabrielle. Joining them on Christmas Eve were Larry and Lynda Ammann, Pat and Heather Ammann and family from Bookings,SD. A Nice Note From Gloria Anderson Received a nice note over the holidays from VNV subscriber Gloria Anderson of Hastings, Minnesota. She was quite complimentary and also wanted to say hi to all her friends here. So, I thought I'd include her letter. Gloria wrote: Dear Valley News and Views, My son Brian Anderson from Watertown, Wisconsin, gives me the Drayton paper for a Christmas gift, so I send the bill to him. I just want to say how I enjoy getting the Drayton paper. For a small town you do a great job. We lived in Robbin and Drayton for about 25 years. My husband was custodian for American Crystal Sugar Company so we have many friends there. I enjoy the Pastors Column so much. Also Christine ]ensen's writings and Lady Di Dan Mapel of Las Vegas flew in December 23rd and spent the next week visiting Mike and Judy Stellon; he returned home December 30th. Ray and Robbie Daugherty of Pembina visited at the Doris Stellon home Christmas Eve. Geoff and Hope Hoselton, Jon, Chris, Faith, Dakotah, Sami, Grace and Dylan of Fargo arrived at the home of Saralee Hoselton in time for supper Christmas Eve and joined her guests, the Adam and Catie Hoselton family. The same group spent Christmas Day together and Your Yearly Weather Observation, Courtesy of Valley News and Views January 3rd, 2012 i!):: January 3rd, 2013 Slowly but surely, one year at a time, the Valley News and Views is developing a long term weather record. Useful in that it gives us a feel as to where we're at as compared to the previous year and also gives us something to gage the spring flood potentiaL., a mix of the subjective and the objective. As you can see, we have a little more snow than last year but still not a lot. Especially when compared to January 2011 when we had enough for all three winters. In 2011 my house was an island for a month due to flooding, in 2012 remained high and dry. If we continue on the course we're on so far for 2013, flooding should not be a major factor. Remember, this is not hard science. Much more winter-like this year, temperature-wise. Still, seems a little tamer than our average winters..., whatever that is. Tune in next Janua for the VNV yearly weather report. I Attorney at Law 910 Hill Ave. PO Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701)352-0916 Farmland Sales and Leases ) Real Estate and Business 1 lanning Estate Planning, Probate and Tax Licensed in North Dakota and Minnesota and the Kid of the Week. Also all the many things you write in the paper. You do a great job and I want to thank you. I wait every Friday for the paper. Hi, to all my friends who read this. God Bless. Gloria Anderson Thanks Gloria, much appreciated at this end. Always nice to know that someone actually reads the paper. NewYear Report Still not many creatures stirring. The holidays seem to have brought everything to a standstill. No Sausage oftheWeek the past two weeks as Kelly's has been closed both Tuesdays. lust talked to mad Dr. Wanberg, who has been with family in California. He reported that he had nothing to report. Two weeks now but promises that next week will be great. No Lady Di this week. She and daughter Katie are off to Jamaica for a little time in the sun. Hopefully we'll get a picture from them. Even Vinny Mouse told me to get lost when I asked him if he had anything for the paper. Good thing we've got a past to draw from or we'd .be down to four pages this week. No news is good news, I guess. Happy New Year to all and it's supposed to warm up next week, so maybe things will get snapping. were joined for supper by Ken and Liz Linster. Later Shirley Linster visited, as did Matt Linster. The Geoff and Hope Hoselton family returned home that day. The next day Adam, Catie, Mack and Micki returned to their Richardton home. Christmas eve visitors of Mike and Judy Stellon included Dan Mapel, Landon Mapel, Nancy Billings, Brooks Stellon, Tarri Keena, Don Baldock and Jeff Baldock of East Grand Forks, Clayton, Joey, Emily, Marcus, and Jeffrey Landowski of Grand Forks. Christmas day visitors of Marvin and Clarice Mosolf were Jim and Liz Kirkeby Amanda and Noah of Buxton, Andrew Block of Fargo, Rick and Laura Block and Brandon of Grand Forks, Britney Schwab of Grand Forks and Mike and Jamie Hovet of Mesa. Christmas day guests of Doris Stellon and Merrill Stellon included Clayton Stellon and Bob Lysengen of St. Thomas. Peter and Marge Marciniak loey, Sarah, Angle spent Christmas Day with Steve and Ellen Marciniak. That day Chester and Donna Kalka hosted Brad, Ross, and Taryn Kalka, Paul and Yvonne, Amanda and Joe Kalka of Grand Forks, and Jamison, Cheryl and Lauren Berg and Nick Mertons all of Moorhead, as well as Brad Kalka. Christmas Day Phyllis Holter went to Hallock where she visited at the John and Janelle Nyegaard home. Other visitors were Curt and Claudia Nyegaard. Don Baldock hosted a Christmas Day supper in East Grand Forks for Mike and Judy Stellon, Dan Mapel, Scott Baldock, Jeff Baldock, and Mike Baldock of Colorado Springs. On December 27th Saralee Hoselton went of West Fargo and visited Louise Hoselton and her granddaughter Anna Jeanne Elizabeth. Later she stayed overnight at the Geoff and Hope Hoselton home in Fargo. On her way home the next day she visited Linda Hoselton in Grafton and took her out to lunch at Shananigan's. Marcia Peterson of Moorhead visited Steve and Ellen Marciniak on Thursday. Weekend guests of Mike and Judy Stellon, who arrived Friday, included Dan Mapel, Ross Mapel, Don Baldock, Jeff Baldock and his sons Josh and Gage, Scott Baldock and Mike Baldock. Friday Merv and Phyllis Holter and ]anelle Nyegaard had dinner at the Sugar Bowl Senior Citizen's Center. Then they went to Grand Forks where they visited Mildred Flach in Maple View. Peter and Marge Marciniak and Ellen Marciniak were Grand Forks visitors on Saturday. That day Derk and Jolene Continued on Page 7 Bridal Shower Honoring Kallie Lunde Bride-To-Be of Brett Christenson Sunday, January 13 - 2:00pro Drayton United Methodist Church Everyone Welcome Nut.tior00 Weight Loss ":'" Protocol Custom Foot Orthotics n$i In[IIVlnlL[ 1  Supplements Office Locations: Drayton 701-454-3555 104 E Hwy 66, Suite 4 Next to Xpenence Ft.ness and Drayton Eye Clinic Karlstad 218-436-4264 205 Roosevelt W Kson Memorial Chnic Building of Kadstad Blue Cross In Network Provider Workers Comp/Auto Cases Accepted Expanded Drayton Hours Now Open Tuesday Through Friday Also Monday's By Appointment !ili i ..... ......... , ............ ,, :,   ......... ..... ,,  : ; : : E-moil Us At valleynv@polarcommicom:sitour Websitei ya!ieynv.com :: f Valley News & Views Area Page 3 January 3rd, 2013 Calendar (Even ts Sugar Bowl Senior Center Noon Potluck - The First Sunday of Every Month at the Sugar Bowl Senior Center. Everyone welcome! Bone Builder Exercise Class - Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays beginning at 1030 a.m. 2 p.m. Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. Health Maintenance Clinic (Foot Care) 4th Monday of each month from 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The Pembina County Job special accommodation (i.e. , alternative formatting o: meet on Wednesday literature, an interpreter, o 7, Cavalier, ND. The public River Regional Council ; welcome to attend. (701) 352-3550. Any, requiring ..... i r i i i i A Look Back Continued From Page 2 as well as some tearful parents, as the kids piled into the school, some of them as much as an hour early. September 13 We can safely give you another little tease this week on our new restaurant, Hasting's Landing. Opening day is still projected to be around the 1st of October and we now have a name. There was chaos Tuesday at Kelly's grocery in Drayton as Kelly's sausage grinder went on the blink. Being Sausage Day, Kelly made an emergency run to Grand Forks to pick up a new part in an attempt to get his machine up and turning out this week's sausage of the week. Ah, but as luck would have it Kelly was given the wrong part and upon arrival back at the store sadly discovered that there would be no sausage on this day. Many of us were heart broken. October 4 The Sixty-first Annual DHS Homecoming Coronation was held at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, September 30, in the school gymnasium. There were 107 people who watched the event. October 11 The sugar beet harvest, especially in the Drayton area has been off to a very slow start. As a matter of fact, it really hasn't moved much since the beginning of the full harvest campaign, October 1st. October 25 It's been an "on your mark .... Get set ..... Stop" week for the beet harvest, as it seems all the rain we missed out on this summer is being delivered now. About the time trucks start to roll, we get hit with another shot and everything comes to a standstill. As you can see from the above picture taken Tuesday afternoon, it's kind of damp out there. Looks like a little more on the way yet. November 8 Yes, Hastings .Landing is a definite go for an official opening on Thursday. For the very eager, I suggest getting there early as the doors will open for breakfast at 6 a.m. November 22 Mrs. Kraft's third grade class continued last week to press for a hamster in the White House. The kids all wrote letters to the President encouraging him to consider a hamster for that post. Mrs. Kraft also included a class picture with all the students wearing Uncle Stm hats. The kids also pushed to have their picture hung in the Oval Office. November 15 Vinny Mouse was very excited the other day as the often confused little mouse told The Goat that he had heard the bionic man, of the "Six Million Dollar Man" fame, had been born in North Dakota and actually lived in Drayton for some time. He said he heard it from none other than Danny Rudnick. December 6 This year's 25th Annual Old Fashioned Christmas was a quiet, but very nice affair. I thought the turn-out a little disappointing, but it was such a nice day and these days people are so busy being busy. December 20 Sticking with a pretty simple theme this week, kind of nice to be home for Christmas. With another nice little snow coming down this evening, it looks like a white Christmas is in order. Of course we still have to deal with the Mayans. Should the end of the world happen on the 21st, which is Friday, advertisers will be glad to know they will not be billed for their Christmas ads. Also, the New Year's edition will be a little late. Dr. Catherine Hengel Borud Dr..lana Riley-Kraulik *Uhirolractic {.?arc B Massage *(;raston *Custon| Foot Orthotics k. I "Tracti( n and ()ther Therapies *Nutrition/Weight l,oss Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule January 2013 Transportation for people of all ages for mecical appointments, shopping, visiting, banking, ',lair appointments, etc. Local Tmnspotion In Drayton- Fare $3 Monday, Wednesday, Ilu  sd N Friday Transportation to Graflon- Fare $6 Monday Through Friday Transportation to Grand Forks - Fare $12 Wednesdays For Reservations Call 454-6586 The Buzz Deane and Pam Scharmer, Amy Scharmer and Flora Brown traveled to Sioux Falls on Saturday, December 22, to spend Christmas with Croig and Julie Ammann, Melina and Gabrielle. Joining them on Christmas Eve were Larry and Lynda Ammann, Pat and Heather Ammann and family from Bookings,SD. A Nice Note From Gloria Anderson Received a nice note over the holidays from VNV subscriber Gloria Anderson of Hastings, Minnesota. She was quite complimentary and also wanted to say hi to all her friends here. So, I thought I'd include her letter. Gloria wrote: Dear Valley News and Views, My son Brian Anderson from Watertown, Wisconsin, gives me the Drayton paper for a Christmas gift, so I send the bill to him. I just want to say how I enjoy getting the Drayton paper. For a small town you do a great job. We lived in Robbin and Drayton for about 25 years. My husband was custodian for American Crystal Sugar Company so we have many friends there. I enjoy the Pastors Column so much. Also Christine ]ensen's writings and Lady Di Dan Mapel of Las Vegas flew in December 23rd and spent the next week visiting Mike and Judy Stellon; he returned home December 30th. Ray and Robbie Daugherty of Pembina visited at the Doris Stellon home Christmas Eve. Geoff and Hope Hoselton, Jon, Chris, Faith, Dakotah, Sami, Grace and Dylan of Fargo arrived at the home of Saralee Hoselton in time for supper Christmas Eve and joined her guests, the Adam and Catie Hoselton family. The same group spent Christmas Day together and Your Yearly Weather Observation, Courtesy of Valley News and Views January 3rd, 2012 i!):: January 3rd, 2013 Slowly but surely, one year at a time, the Valley News and Views is developing a long term weather record. Useful in that it gives us a feel as to where we're at as compared to the previous year and also gives us something to gage the spring flood potentiaL., a mix of the subjective and the objective. As you can see, we have a little more snow than last year but still not a lot. Especially when compared to January 2011 when we had enough for all three winters. In 2011 my house was an island for a month due to flooding, in 2012 remained high and dry. If we continue on the course we're on so far for 2013, flooding should not be a major factor. Remember, this is not hard science. Much more winter-like this year, temperature-wise. Still, seems a little tamer than our average winters..., whatever that is. Tune in next Janua for the VNV yearly weather report. I Attorney at Law 910 Hill Ave. PO Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701)352-0916 Farmland Sales and Leases ) Real Estate and Business 1 lanning Estate Planning, Probate and Tax Licensed in North Dakota and Minnesota and the Kid of the Week. Also all the many things you write in the paper. You do a great job and I want to thank you. I wait every Friday for the paper. Hi, to all my friends who read this. God Bless. Gloria Anderson Thanks Gloria, much appreciated at this end. Always nice to know that someone actually reads the paper. NewYear Report Still not many creatures stirring. The holidays seem to have brought everything to a standstill. No Sausage oftheWeek the past two weeks as Kelly's has been closed both Tuesdays. lust talked to mad Dr. Wanberg, who has been with family in California. He reported that he had nothing to report. Two weeks now but promises that next week will be great. No Lady Di this week. She and daughter Katie are off to Jamaica for a little time in the sun. Hopefully we'll get a picture from them. Even Vinny Mouse told me to get lost when I asked him if he had anything for the paper. Good thing we've got a past to draw from or we'd .be down to four pages this week. No news is good news, I guess. Happy New Year to all and it's supposed to warm up next week, so maybe things will get snapping. were joined for supper by Ken and Liz Linster. Later Shirley Linster visited, as did Matt Linster. The Geoff and Hope Hoselton family returned home that day. The next day Adam, Catie, Mack and Micki returned to their Richardton home. Christmas eve visitors of Mike and Judy Stellon included Dan Mapel, Landon Mapel, Nancy Billings, Brooks Stellon, Tarri Keena, Don Baldock and Jeff Baldock of East Grand Forks, Clayton, Joey, Emily, Marcus, and Jeffrey Landowski of Grand Forks. Christmas day visitors of Marvin and Clarice Mosolf were Jim and Liz Kirkeby Amanda and Noah of Buxton, Andrew Block of Fargo, Rick and Laura Block and Brandon of Grand Forks, Britney Schwab of Grand Forks and Mike and Jamie Hovet of Mesa. Christmas day guests of Doris Stellon and Merrill Stellon included Clayton Stellon and Bob Lysengen of St. Thomas. Peter and Marge Marciniak loey, Sarah, Angle spent Christmas Day with Steve and Ellen Marciniak. That day Chester and Donna Kalka hosted Brad, Ross, and Taryn Kalka, Paul and Yvonne, Amanda and Joe Kalka of Grand Forks, and Jamison, Cheryl and Lauren Berg and Nick Mertons all of Moorhead, as well as Brad Kalka. Christmas Day Phyllis Holter went to Hallock where she visited at the John and Janelle Nyegaard home. Other visitors were Curt and Claudia Nyegaard. Don Baldock hosted a Christmas Day supper in East Grand Forks for Mike and Judy Stellon, Dan Mapel, Scott Baldock, Jeff Baldock, and Mike Baldock of Colorado Springs. On December 27th Saralee Hoselton went of West Fargo and visited Louise Hoselton and her granddaughter Anna Jeanne Elizabeth. Later she stayed overnight at the Geoff and Hope Hoselton home in Fargo. On her way home the next day she visited Linda Hoselton in Grafton and took her out to lunch at Shananigan's. Marcia Peterson of Moorhead visited Steve and Ellen Marciniak on Thursday. Weekend guests of Mike and Judy Stellon, who arrived Friday, included Dan Mapel, Ross Mapel, Don Baldock, Jeff Baldock and his sons Josh and Gage, Scott Baldock and Mike Baldock. Friday Merv and Phyllis Holter and ]anelle Nyegaard had dinner at the Sugar Bowl Senior Citizen's Center. Then they went to Grand Forks where they visited Mildred Flach in Maple View. Peter and Marge Marciniak and Ellen Marciniak were Grand Forks visitors on Saturday. That day Derk and Jolene Continued on Page 7 Bridal Shower Honoring Kallie Lunde Bride-To-Be of Brett Christenson Sunday, January 13 - 2:00pro Drayton United Methodist Church Everyone Welcome Nut.tior00 Weight Loss ":'" Protocol Custom Foot Orthotics n$i In[IIVlnlL[ 1  Supplements Office Locations: Drayton 701-454-3555 104 E Hwy 66, Suite 4 Next to Xpenence Ft.ness and Drayton Eye Clinic Karlstad 218-436-4264 205 Roosevelt W Kson Memorial Chnic Building of Kadstad Blue Cross In Network Provider Workers Comp/Auto Cases Accepted Expanded Drayton Hours Now Open Tuesday Through Friday Also Monday's By Appointment !ili i ..... ......... , ............ ,, :,   ......... ..... ,,  : ; : : E-moil Us At valleynv@polarcommicom:sitour Websitei ya!ieynv.com :: f