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Valley News and Views Page 3 January 28th, 2010 Attention Please l:J ,u h with the 1:3uach!. F]N Leo I]eauchamp Shown today is the display set up by La Rae Hornung of North Border Estates who took part in the "Other forms of Art" held with the Brush Bunch in December at the estates. La Rae had several knitted purses with fring, some of silk an scarves of various colors and lengths. Thank you La Rae for helping to make the day such a success. We wanted to mention that the first time we visited with the North Border Estates residents about an art show there didn't seem to be much interest as no one thought that their handy work was % form of Art". We feel that we proved to everyone that they have a lot to offer the community and the art world. We had approximately a dozen tables to view. Thans again. Pembina County Public Transporfation Schedule February 2010 Transportation for people of all ages for medical appointments, shopping, visiting, banking, hair appointments, etc. Local Transportation In Drayton Mondays, Wednesday's, Thursdays, and Fridays Fare $2.00 Transportation to Grafton Tuesdays Fare $5.00 Transportation to Grand Forks Wednesdays Fare $10.00 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 an0 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. Addition to Keston John Kraft Announcement (Editor's Note: We're doing a reprint of last weeks birth announcement as a few names were not included in the original announcment.) Scott and Nicki Kraft proudly announce the arrival of their son, Keston John, born December 18, 2009. Keston weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces and measured 20 1/2 inches. He has one sister, BreAnna of Bismarck. Keston's grandparents are Lynn and Renae Fredrickson of Drayton, David and Nancy Puppe of Grafton, Tom and Char Kraft of Mandan and Bonnie Pfliger of Bismarck. His great-grandparents are Willis and Bonnie Puppe of Drayton, Magdalena Kraft and Margaret Pfliger, both of Mandan. Saralee Monday January 1 lth and Friday January 15th Marvin and Clarice Mosolf visited Doris Jensen in Grand Forks. Dean and Jeanne Young visited Raymond Frovarp Tuesday January 19th in Grand Forks. Saralee Hoselton had lunch with Linda Hoselton and Donna Fisher at Shananigans in Grafton on Tuesday. Shirley Van Camp, Karen Schumacher and Saralee Hoselton met with Rev. Gary Johnson for a worship committee meeting January 20th at the Drayton UMC. January 21 st Saralee Hoselton visited Mary Hines in Cavalier. Later that afternoon she attended the Visitation for Earl Restemayer at the Trinity United Methodist Church. Phyllis Holter went to Lancaster Friday to attend a "Creative Memories" workshop conducted by Janelle Nyegaard of Halleck. Saralee Hoselton came to Fargo Friday January 22nd to spend a long weekend at the Geoffand Hope Hoselton home. Ole, Sven and 10 Cent Drinks Four old retired gentlemen were walking down a street in Naples, Florida.They turned a corner and suddenly saw a sign that said, "Old Timers Bar - all drinks 10 cents." They looked at each other, and then went, thinking it was too good to be true. The old bartender said in a voice that carried across the room, "Come on in boys and let me pour one for you! What'll it be, Gentlemen?" There seemed to be a fully-stocked bar, so each of the men asked for a martini. In short order, the bartender served up four iced martinis... Shake n, not stirred,and said, "That'll be 10 cents each, please." The four men stared at the bartender for a moment. Then looked at each other... They couldn't believe their good luck. They paid the 40 cents, finished their martinis, and ordered another round. Again, four excellent martinis were produced with the bartender again saying, "That's 40 cents, please." They paid the 40 cents, but their curiosity was more than they could stand. They each had two martinis and so far had spent less than a dollar. Finally one of the men said, "How can you afford to serve martinis as good as these for a dime a piece?" "I'm a retired tailor from Boston," the bartender said, "and I always wanted to own a bar. Last yearJ hit the Lottery for $25 million and decided to open this place. I thought I'd share my luck, so every drink costs a dime - wine, liquor, beer, it's all the same." "Wow!!!! That's quite a story," the men agreed. The four of them sipped at their martinis but after while couldn't help notice two other guys at the end of the bar who didn't have drinks in front Of them, and hadn't ordered anything the whole time they were there. One men gestured at two at the end of the bar without drinks arid asked the bartender, "What's with them?" "Oh, that's Sven and Ole, the bartender said, "they're two old retired guys from Minnesota. They're waiting for happy hour, when the drinks go to half price." Attorney at I..,a~,~ 910 Hill Ave. PO Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701)352-091.6 Farrnlanc Sales and l..ea~es Real Estate and Business Plann.ing Estate Planning, Probate amt Tax Licensed in North Dakota and Minnesm a NOTICE TO PUBLIC The Pembina County Social Service Office makes available all services without regard to race, color, national origin or handicap and is subject to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title V Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and all related laws and regulations. These services include Economic Assistance Programs such as Food Stamps LIHEAP, Child Care, TANF, and Medicaid. Pembia County Social Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. A written complaint may be filed with the county social service office; the North Dakota Department of Human Service Office for Civil Rights, 600 E. Boulevard Ave, Dept 325, Bismarck ND 58505; or the Office of Civil Rights, Department of Health and Human Services, Federal Office Building, 1961 Stout St, Denver CO 80294. Bridal: Shower in honor of Sarah Gubbels L~ Bride-to-be-of Chris Billings b Saturday, January 30th 2:00 p.m. Tisdale Manor, West Almeron Ave. Drayton, ND Sarah and Chris are registered at Bed Bath & Beyond, JC Penney and Macy's. Ill I Ill Upcoming HINI Influenza Wal-ln Clinia ~:VMhldla Public Sdlt~)l--Tue~lay, E%rua~y 2mt 2:004:00pro Drayton Puhlic Sdtool--Thit:rsday, FebrumT 4th 2:(X)-4:0()pm Pembina tligh School--Monday, February 8th 2:004:00pm Neche Element;uT School--Monday, FebrmuT 8th 2:00-4:00pm St: Thomas Public Sdmol-Thursday, FebnlatT 18th 2:004:00pro H I N 1 lntluenza vaccine *','ill be availal>l tbr all ;Ne gin}ups mid d~ikh~n ~'d~o ncx~d their set'om:l shot. 'l]~ere is no charg~ for recei%rgg die vacdne through Pcl!!l:!ini