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Drayton , North Dakota
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Valley News & Views :~i~ii; iiiiii! =ii!iii] i:i~i~i iiiiUil ?)!iiiii ]iiii!i! ?i ]i~ii! ii:i )iiiiii~iiii!! ]i~i~iiil] = : ~i~!i~ii~: ~:~;i~ ~ ~!iiiii!i!i ii :~i~ Page 3 January 24th, 2013 Sugar Bowl Senior Center Regular Activities 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. Bingo - Every Monday at 2 p.m. Cards (Spite and Malice) Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. Health Maintenance CJinic (Foot Care) 4th Monday of each month from 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. THE MOOSE IS LOOSE AT STORY HOUR Story Lady says, "Watch out for moose mania at January Story Hour in Drayton. She will ahare-stories such as MUCKY MOOSE, MOON TRACKS, & DUCK DUCK MOOSE. The flannelgraph story will be "Moose Goes South". For our craft we'll make Marco Moose, a paper bag puppet. March your moose to one of these sessions: January I5th--9:15AM at Abby's Day Care, 10:00AM at Tracy's Day Care and 12i30PM at Drayton First Grade; January 17th--9:30AM and I:30PM at Drayton Pre School & 10:OOAM at Drayton Kindergarten. from 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Basketball at the Drayton Titan girl's basketball take on rder. Play begins at 4 p.m. with 7th and 8th grade teams. ]tmior Varsity and Varsity games to follow. The one and only home game of the season, make it a point to get out and give the teams some of the hometown spirit. IJru h wlth the IJunckr b3' Lec Beaudmml) This is the first in a series called "The Brush Bunch at work". In no particular order. We will start our series with Dave Gray doing some pencil art. Dave Gray came to the Brush Bunch from Langdon along with Lori, his wife, who had joined our group a couple of years earlier. Dave's sister-in-law, Gayle Retterarh, joined around the same time as Dave. Dave and Lori spend time between their home in Langdon and their apartment in Wallhalla. Dave is very versatile, likes drawing with many media; pencil, pen and ink, chalk, colored pencil and water color pencil. His work is on display at the Gorge Art Gallery and he has shown at all our art shows since joining the Brush Bunch. Stop by any Tuesday and see, first hand, "The Brush Bunch at work." We wish to welcome two more members; Harry and Flo Holen, a husband and wife, Who will try different types of art before deciding which medium is best for them. Have a great week, until next time. God Bless. Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule January 2013 Transportation for people of all ages for medical appointments, shopping, visiting, banking, hair appointments, etc. Local Transportation In Drayton- Fare $3 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Transportation to Grafton- Fare $6 Monday Through Friday Transportation to Grand Forks - Fare $12 Wednesdays For Reservations Call 454-6586 Dr. Catherine Hengel Borud Dr. Jana Riley-Kraulik *Chiropractic Care *Massage *Graston *Custom Foot Orthotics *Traction and Other Therapies *Nutrition/Weight I.oss Valley News and Views Periodical postage paid at Drayton N.D. Permit (#679-990). Member of the North Dakota Newspaper Association. Official newspaper for the City of Drayton and Drayton Public School District No.19. Published every Thursday at Drayton, North Dakota. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Valley News & Views, PO Box 309, Drayton, N.D. 58225- 0309. Valley News and Views welcomes letters to the editor. All letters must be signed and we reserve the right to edit all letters for length and accuracy of content. Roberta Van Camp, Publisher Emeritus Published By Great Caesar's Ghost Larry Ritzo, Owner/Editor Yearly Subscription rates: $30.00 In Pembina County $35.00 All other addresses $.75 at News Stands Phone 701-360-3005 Fax 701-454-6333 All material, including photographs, advertisements and articles, subject to Copyright. Copyright 2009. O Continued From Page 1 can read the Ole and Lena Jokes. Seems he's been catching heck and had to pass it on because wq've been a bit scant on Ole and Lena the past few weeks. He passed one on to me to help prime the pump. Ole and Lars were having coffee at their favorite cafe in Fergus. Lars was complaining, "Geez Ole, I'm bored, I've got nothing to do today." Ole said. "I sure do, I hafta fix da garage." "Vat da heck, Ole," Lars said, "you yust built a new one." "I know," Ole replied, "but yesterday I backed the car into the garage. Den Lena decided to run to the grocery and backed it out!" Okay, I know it's an Ole and Lena Joke, but you might have to think about it for a second. Thanks to loyce Kinney Speaking of Ole and Lena, I forgot to give a big thanks to Joyce Kinney for sending the nice card and Ole and Lena joke books at Christmas time. esmont by Saralee Saralee Hoselton, Lynette and Jon Restemayer had lunch together at the Chuck Wagon in Cavalier January 14th. Wednesday Saralee Hoselton and Linda Hoselton had lunch at the Daily Grind in Grafton. The next day Saralee Hoselton was among those attending a lunch meeting at Hastings Landing to discuss fund-raising possibilities to complete the renovations of H.G. Johnson Hall. January 20th Merv and Phyllis Holter visited A. D. Duncklee. Nancy Billings held a birthday party for Ross Mapel Sunday. Other guests included Mike and Judy Stellon and Landon Mapel. Landon returned with Mike and Judy to spend the night. Fishing Derby Set for Icelandic State Park's Lake Renwick Icelandic State Park's Lake Renwick is the site for an ice fishing tournament being sponsored by the Pembina County & Area Sportsman's Club on Saturday, Feb. 2 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Entry fee for the derby is $10 per person with children ages 12 and under free. Participants must have avalid North Dakota fishing license. Prizes will be awarded for the largest northern and perch caught. Kids and the oldest fisherman to catch a fish will also compete for prizes. Icelandic State Park is located five miles west of Cavalier, ND on Highway #5. To reach the lake follow detour signs. Registration is being held near the boat ramp. For more information about the tournament call 701-265-4561. Information about Icelandic State Park and the North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department can be found online at www. North Dakota Earth Day Patch Contest The state Game and Fish Department's annual Earth Day awareness campaign is accepting entries for design of a 2013 Earth Day patch. North Dakota students ages 6-18 are eligible to participate. The deadline to submit entries is March 15. The Game and Fish Department will announce a winner in three age categories - 6-9, 10-13, and 14-18. Each winner will receive a pair of Nikon 8x40 binoculars. The final patch design will be chosen from the three winners. The winning design will be used on a patch given to members Of Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, 4-H clubs and any school participating in Earth Day cleanup projects on state-owned or managed lands in North Dakota in April and May. The patch should incorporate some aspect of Earth Day - celebrated April 22 - or keeping North Dakota clean. It must be round and three inches in diameter. There is a limit of five colors on the patch, and lettering must be printed. Name, address, age and phone number of the contestant must be clearly printed on the entry form. Only one entry per person is allowed. Earth Day entry and reporting forms are available on the Game and Fish Department's website, gf.nd. gov. For more information, contact Pat Lothspeich by email at, or call (701) 328-6300. NOTICE DRAYTON AMBULANCE SERVICE IS ACCEPTING DUES FOR 2013. DUES ARE $15 PER FAMILY AND CAN BE MAILED TO: DRAYTON VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE ASSN, PO BOX 238, DRAYTON, ND 58225 46th Annual St Thomas Booster Club Fish Saturday February 2nd St. Thomas American Legion and Matty's Serving From 4 p.m. until 9 p.m. 8-10 oz Walleye Fillets $13 In Advance - $15 At the Door McDaniel-Pope Exchange Vows Ms. Jessica Therese McDaniel and Mr. Beau Wilson Pope were married on Saturday, December 1, 2012, at half past four in the afternoon at the Northwest Forest Conference Center, Cypress, Texas. The outdoor ceremony was officiated by William Laningham, the groom's grandfather. Music was provided by a string ensemble including Ms. Erica Robinson, family friend and members of the Houston Ballet Orchestra. A winter blue and silver themed reception followed at the Northwest Forest Town Hall, with music by Bryan Sandoval, friend of the groom. The bride is the daughter of Priscilla Bloomquist and John McDaniel of Houston, Texas, and the grand-daughter of the late Winnifred and Harvey Bloomquist of Drayton, ND, Marvin McDaniel of Tomball, Texas, and the late Mozell and Raymond Colbert of Houston. The groom is the son of Robert Lemmon of Houston and the late Terri Sue Pope of Houston, and the grandson of Marjorie and William Laningham of Pasadena, Texas, and Archie Pope of Waco, Texas. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a strapless gown of diamond white satin designed by Madeline Gardner of Mori Lee. Kristina Camille McDaniel, Cedar Lake, Indiana, sister of the bride, served as Maid of Honor. They carried bouquets of white roses, blue delphinium, and cascading white orchids. Tony Cisneros, Houston, friend of the groom, served as Best Man. Ushers were Zach Kerrissey and Mike Lutringer, friends of the groom. Alex McDaniel, brother of the bride, escorted the Mother of the Bride. Out of town guests from the area included Laura and Sarah Hammond, aunt and cousin of the bride. Jessica graduated cum laude from the University of Houston Downtown, receiving a Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Computer Information Systems. She is a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma honor society. Beau is a Journeyman Electrician, employed by Light-Tech of Houston, Texas. Following their honeymoon to Maul, Hawaii, the couple are residing in Houston with their two cats and Ginger, their dog. - Saturday February 2nd - 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. With Food From Hastings Landing Stop In and Join Us At Drayton Chiropractic and Xperience Fitness Center (91 ! North Main Street, Drayton, ND) Wilson Sporting Goods Coyote Hunt January 26th and 27th Starts Daylight Saturday, Runs Until Dark Sunday, Turn In Daily Two Man Teams $50 Registration Per/Person 100% Payback Pre-register Friday the 25th Contact Dwight For More Information 701-454-3450 Attorney at Law 910 Hill Ave. PO Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701)352-0916 Farmland Sales and Leases Real Estate and Business Planning Estate Planning, Probate and Tax Licensed in North Dakota and Minnesota Nutrition/ Weight Loss Protocol rttO m Foot hotics Supplements Office Locations: Drayton - - sss 104 E Hwy 66, Suite 4 Next to Xpenence Fttness and Drayton Eye Clinic Karlstad 218-436-4264 Z05 Roosevelt W ~son Memorial Gfinic Bulding of Kadstad Blue Cross tn Network Provider Workers ComplAuto Cases Accepted Expanded Drayton Hours Now Open Tuesday Through Friday Also Monday's By Appointment :::~:,: :i : ::: ~ :~: : ! i: i ! ! :~i iiiiiiii) !I~ :i:iiii~ii:~il