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Valley News & Views Notice iiilil iil;;i !ii!ii Page 11 May 9th, 2013 L-67660 ABSTRACT OF STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2012 of the Pennsylvania Life Insurance Company In the state of Pennsylvania Total Assets 1,002,046,810 Total Liabilities 612,438,310 Common Capital Stock 4,594,600 Ptelerred Capital Stock O Aggregate write-ins for other than special surplus 0 Surplus Notes 0 Gross paid in and contributed surplus 63,585,227 Aggregate write-ins for special surplus funds 0 Unassigned funds (surplus) 32t ,428,673 Less treasury stock, at cost 0 # shares common 0 # shares preferred 0 Surplus as regards Policyholders 389,608,500 Total Liabilities. Capital and Surplus 1,002,046,810 North Dakota Business Only For the Year 2012 Life & Annuity Total Direct Premiums Written 0 Total Direct Losses Paid 0 Accident & Health Total Dirocl Premiums Written f 5,303,483.00 Total Direst Lossee Paid 1 f ,497,912.00 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE I. Adam Harem. Commissioner of Insurance of the State of Noah Dakota. do hereby certify that the fore- going is a true Abstract of Statement. as officially filed by the Company in this office. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOE t have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of this office at Bismarck. the first day of May, A.D. 2013 (SEAL). ADAM HAMM Commissioner of Insurance STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE COMPANY'S CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY WHEREAS, the above corporation duly orga- nized under the laws of its state or country of domicile, ha.,; filed in this office a sworn statement exhibiting its condition and business for the year ending December 31. 2012 conformable to the requirements of the laws of this Stale regarding the business of insurance and WHEREAS, the said company has filed in this of- rice a duly certified copy of its chaaer with ceaificate of organization in compliance with the requirements of insunmce law aforesaid. NOW THEREFORE, I, ADAM HAMM, Com- missioner of Insurance of the Stale of North Dakota, pursuant to the provisions of said laws, do hereby certify that the above named company is fully empow- ered through its authorized agents and representatives. to transact its appropriated business of authorized in- surance in the state according to the laws thereof, until the 30th day of April, A.D. 2014. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and seal at Bismarck this first day of May. A.D., 2013 (SEAL) ADAM HAMM Commissioner of Insurance May 9, 16. 23, 2013 L-85561 ABSTRACT OF STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2012 of the Perico Life Insurance Company In the state of Delaware Total Assets 55,174,530 Total Liabilities 5,093,651 Common Capital Stock 2,500,000 Preferred Capital Stock 0 Aggregate write ins for other than special surplus 0 Surplus Notes 0 Gross paid in and contributed surplus 9,064,017 Aggregate write-ins for Special surplus funds 0 Unassigned funds (surplus) 38,516,862 Less treasury stock, at cost 0 # shares common 0 # shares preferred 0 Surplus as regards Policyholders 50,080,879 Total Liabilities, Capital and Surplus 55,174,530 North Dakota Business Only For the Year 2012 Life & Annuity Total Direct Premiums Written 0 Total Direct Losses Paid 0 Accident & Health Total Direct Premiums Written 175.00 Total Direct Losses Paid 0 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE 1, Adam Hamm, Commissioner of Insurance of the State of Noah Dakota. do hereby certify that the fore- going is a true Abstract of Slalement. as officially filed by the Company in this office. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOE 1 have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of this office at Bismarck, the first day of May, A.D. 2013 (SEAL), ADAM HAMM Commissioner of Insurance STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE COMPANY'S CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY WHEREAS, the above corporation duly orga- nized under the laws of its state or country of domicile, has filed in this office a sworn statement exhibiting its condition and business for the year ending December 31, 2012 conformable to the requirements of the laws of this State regarding the business of insurance and WHEREAS, the said company has filed in this of- rice a duly certified copy of its charter with certificate of organization in compliance with the requirements of insurance law aforesaid. NOW THEREFORE, I, ADAM HAMM, Com- missioner of Insurance of the State of North Dakota. pursuant to the provisions of said laws, do hereby certify that the above named company is fully empow- ered through its authorized agents and representatives, to transact its appropriated business of authorized in surance in the state according to the laws thereof, until the 30th day of April, A.D 2014. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and seal at Bismarck this first day of May, A.D, 2013 (SEAL) ADAM HAMM Commissioner of Insurance May 9. 16, 23, 2013 L-93548 ABSTRACT OF STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDINC DECEMBER 31, 2012 of the PHL Variable Insurance Company in the state of Connecticut Total Assets 5,657,079,869 Total Liabilities 5,343,615,678 Common Capital Stock 2,500,000 Preferred Capital Stock 0 Aggregate writedns for other than special surplus 0 Surplus Notes 0 Gross paid in and contributed surplus 796,887,888 Aggregate write-ins for special surplus funds 0 Unassigned funds (sarplus) 485,923,697 Less treasury stock, at cost 0 # shares common 0 # shares preferred 0 Surplus as regards Policyholders 313,464,191 Total Liabilities, Capital and Surplus 5,657,079,869 North Dakota Business Only For the Year 2012 Life & Annuity Total Direct Premiums Written f ,960,787.00 Total Direct Losses Paid 608.11400 Accident & Health Total Direct Premiums Written 0 Total Direct Losses Paid 0 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE 1, Adam Hamm, Commissioner of Insurance of the State of Noflh Dakota, do hereby certify that the fbre- going is a true Abstract of Statement, as officially filed by Ihe Company in this office. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed lhe seal of this office at Bismarck. the first day of May, A.D. 2013 (SEAL), ADAM HAMM Commissioner of Insurance STATE IIF NORTH DAKOTA OFFICE dE THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE COMPANY'S CERTIFICATE (IF AUTHORITY WHEREAS, the above corporation duly orga- nized under the laws of its state or country of domicile. has filed in this office a sworn statement exhibiting its condition and business for the year ending December 31. 2012 conformable to the requirements of the laws of this State regarding the business of insurance and WHEREAS, the said company has filed in this of- fice a duly certified copy of its charter with certificate of organization in compliance with the requiremenls of insurance law aforesaid. NOW THEREFORE, I, ADAM HAMM, Com- missioner of Insurance of the State of North Dakota. pursuant to the provisions of said laws. do hereby certify that the above named company is fully empow- ered through its authorized agents and representa0ves. to transact its appropriated business of authorized in- surance in the state according to the laws thereof, until the 30th day of April A.D. 2014. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereumo set my hand and seal at Bismarck this first day of May, A.D., 2013 (SEAL) ADAM HAMM Commissioner of Insurance May 9. 16, 23, 21)13 L-67911 ABSTRACT OF STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2012 of the Pioneer Mutual Life Insurance Company In the state of Nodh Dakota Total Assets 492,207,698 Total Liabilities 451,062,951 Common Capital Stock 3,000,000 Preferred Capital Stock 0 Aggregate write ins for other than special surplus 0 Surplus Notes 0 Gross paid in and contributed surptus 7,000,000 Aggregate writedns for special surplus funds 700,000 Unassigned funds {surplus) 30,444,747 Less lreasury stock, al cost 0 # shares common 0 # shares preferred 0 Surplus as regards Policyholders 41,144,747 Total L iabilities, Capital and Surplus 492,207,698 North Dakota Business Only For the Year 2012 Life & Annuity Total Direct Premiums Written 3,236,983.00 Total Direct Losses Paid 6,263,556.00 Accident & Health Total Direct Premiums Wriden 0 Total Direct Losses Paid 0 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ()FFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE 1, Adam Harem. Commissioner of Insurance of the State of North Dakola, do hereby certify that the fore- going is a trueAbstract of StatemcnL as officially filed by the Company in this office. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, [ have hereunto set nay hand and affixed Ihe seal of this office al Bismarck, the first day uf May. A.D. 2013 (SEAL), ADAM HAMM Comnaissioner of Insurance STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE COMPANY'S CERTIFICATE IIF AIITHORITY WHEREAS, the above corporation duly orga- nized under the laws of its sttile or country of domicile, has filed in Ibis office a sworn statement exhibiting its condition and business lbr Ihe year ending December 3 I, 2012 confi,rmable to the requiremenls of the laws of this State regarding the business of insurance and WHEREAS, Ihe said company has filed in this of- fice a duly certifiecl copy of its charter with ceaibeale of organization in compliance with the requirements of insurance law aforesaid. NOW THEREFORE, !, ADAM HAMM, Com- missioner of Insurance of lhe State of North Dakota, pursuant It, the provisions of said laws, do hereby certify that the above uanled company is fully empow- ered through its aulhorized agents and representatives. io transacl its approprialed business of authorized in- surance in lhc slate acc,,rding to the laws thereof, until the 3Oth day of April, A.D. 2014. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and seal at Bismarck this [irst day of May, A.D.. 2013 (SEAL) ADAM HAMM Commissioner of Insurance May 9, 16, 23.21)13 L-67946 ABSTRACT OF STATEMENT EOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2012 of the Pioneer Security Life Insurance Company In the state of Texas Total Assets 89,597,585 Total Liabilities 16,536,445 Common Capital Stock 2,500,000 Preferred Capital Stock 0 Aggregate write-ins for other than special surplus 0 Surplus Notes 0 Gross paid in and contributed surplus 181,880,120 Aggregate write-ins for special surplus funds 0 Unassigned funds (surplus) 11 t ,318,980 Less treasury stock, at cost 0 # shares common 0 # shares preferred 0 Surplus as regards Policyholders 73,061,140 Total Liabilities, Capital and Surplus 89,597,585 North Dakota Business Only For the Year 2012 Life & Annuity Total Direct Premiums Written 2,413.00 Total Direct Losses Paid 156.00 Accident & Health Total Direct Premiums Written 0 Total Direct Losses Paid O STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE I. Adam Harem, Commissioner of Insurance of the State of Noah Dakota, do hereby certify that the fore- going is a true Abstract of Statement, as officially filed by the Company in Ibis office. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of this office at Bismarck, the first day of May, A.D. 2013 (SEAL), ADAM HAMM Commissioner of Insurance STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE COMPANY'S CERTIFICATE IIF AUTHORITY WHEREAS, the above corporation duly orga- nized under the laws of its state or country of domicile, has filed in this office a sworn statemenl exhibiting its condition and business for the year ending December 31.2012 conformable to the requirements of the laws of this Stale regarding the business of insurance and WHEREAS, the said company has filed in this ol z rice a duly certified copy of its charter with certificate of organization in compliance with the requirements of insurance law aforesaid. NOW THEREFORE, I, ADAM HAMM, Com- missioner of Insurance of the State of North Dakota, pursuant to the provisions of said laws. do hereby certify that the above named company is fully empow- ered through its authorized agents and representatives, to transact its appropriated business of authorized in- surance in lhe state according to the laws thereof, until the 30th day of April, A.D. 2014. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto sel my hand and seal at Bismarck Ihis firsl day of May. A.D.. 2013 (SEAL) ADAM HAMM Commissioner of Insurance May 9, 16, 23, 2013 L-680 ABSTRACT OF STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2012 of the Presidential Life hlsurance Company In the state of New York Total Assets 3,454,834,793 Total Liabilities 3,239,309.247 Common Capital Stock 2,500.875 Preferred Capital Stock 0 Aggregate write ins for other than special surplus 0 Surplus Notes 0 Gross paid in and contributed surplus 34,384,47t Aggregate write ins lot speciel surplus funds 0 Unassigned funds (surplus) t 78,640,200 Less treasury stock, at COSt O # shares common 0 # sbares preferred 0 Surplus as regards Policyholders 215,525,546 Total Liabilities, Capital and Surplus 3,454,834,793 North Dakota Business Only For the Year 2012 Life & Annuity Total Direct Premiums Written 302,282.00 Total Direct Losses Paid 296,477,00 Accident & Health Total Direct Premiums Wrifien O Total Direct Losses Paid 0 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE L Adam Hamm, Commissioner of Insurance of the State of North Dakota, do hereby certify that the fore- going is a true Abstract of Statement, as officially filed by the Company in this office. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOE I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of this office at Bismarck, the first day of May. A.D. 2013 (SEAL), ADAM HAMM Commissioner of Insurance STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE COMPANY'S CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY WHEREAS, the above corporation duly orga- nized under the laws of its state or country of domicile, has liled in this office a sworn statement exhibiting its condition and business tbr the year ending December 31, 2012 conh)rmable to the requirements of the laws of this State regarding the business of insurance and WHEREAS, the said company has filed in this of- tice a duly certilied copy of its charter with certificate of organization in compliance with the requirements of insurance law aforesaid. NOW THEREFORE, !, ADAM HAMM, Com- missioner of Insurance ,,f the State of North Dakota, pursuant to the provisions of said laws, do hereby certify that the above named company is fully empow- ered through its authorized agents and representatives, to transact its appropriated business of authorized in- surance in the state according to the laws thereof, until the 301h day of April, A.D. 2014. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and seal at Bismarck this first day of May, A.D., 2013 (SEAL) ADAM HAMM Commissioner of Insurance May 9 16. 23, 2013 L-61271 ABSTRACT OF STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2012 of the Principal Life Insurance Company In the state of Iowa Total Assets t37J,020,070,246 Total Liabilities 126,075,763,518 Common Capital Stock 2,500,000 Preferred Capital Stock 0 Aggregate write ins for other than special surplus 0 Surplus Notes 99,339,760 Gross paid in and contributed surplus 2,206,045,111 Aggregate write-ins for special surplus funds 1,164,400,000 Unassigned funds (surplus) 472,021,857 Less treasury stock, at cost 0 # shares common 0 # shares preferred 0 Surplus as regards Policyholders 3,944,306,728 Total Liabilities, Capital and Surplus f 30,020,070,246 North Dakota Business Only Fro-' the Year,20!2 Life & Annuity Total Direct Premiums Written 9,373,041.00 Total Direct Losses Paid 3,756,284.00 Accident & Health Total ct Premiums Written 2,422,238.00 Total Direct L'sses Paid 1,173,399.00 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE 1, Adam Harem, Commissioner of Insurance of the State of Noah Dakota, do hereby certify that the fore- going is a true Abstract of Statement. as officially filed by the Company in this office. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOE I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of this office at Bismarck, the first day of May. A.D. 2013 (SEAL), ADAM HAMM Commissioner of Insurance STATE OE NORTH DAKOTA OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE COMPANY'S CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY WHEREAS, the above corporation duly orga- nized under the laws of its state or country of domicile, has filed in this office a sworn statement exhibiting its condition and business for the year ending December 31, 2012 confornmhle to the requirements of the laws of this State regarding the business of insurance and WHEREAS, the said company has filed in this of- rice a duly cerfified copy of its charter with certificate of organization in compliance with the requirements of insurance law aforesaid. NOW THEREFORE, I, ADAM HAMM, Com- missioner of Insurance of the State of North Dakota, pursuant to the provisions of said laws, do hereby certify that the above named company is fully empow- ered through its aulhorized agents and representatives, to transact its appropriated business of authorized in- surance in the state according to the laws thereof, until the 30th day of April, A.D. 2014. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and seal al Bismarck this first day of May, A.D., 2013 (SEAL) ADAM HAMM Commissioner of Insurance What is the meaning of "I've Got Your 6?" The phrase originated in WWI when fghter pilots communicated to squadrons that they have "got their 6.'" It means the escort fighter planes have "gof their back." Pilots often used the numbers on thb clock face to give a quick sense of direction,, such as "aircraft at 3 o'clock."' The plane was considered alt 12 o'clock -- straight ahead - - but 6 o'clock meant directly behind the pilot, which was out-of-sight to the pilot unti!l the days of radar. Therefore, I've "GotYour6" meant "I've got your back." Generally, a 5-6-7 o'clock view was out of the pilot's peripheral vision and was a venerable position for attack. In WWII, bombers had both tail gunners and fighter escorts for squadrons. Today, an unprecedented awareness campaign, called "GotYour6." is underway by entertainment and media networks, supported by corporate and non-profit service organizations, to support the million service men and women who are returning to civilian life over the next five years. The campaign creates a focus on assisting veterans and military families to make a smooth transition back to military life through "six pillars of reintegration." The six pillars are: Health, Housing, Family, Education, Jobs and Leadership. The first three are primarily family; the last three are in the purview of community. Check out the Website: www.gotyour6.org. The organizationpromotes the fact that veterans, and especially young recent returnees, are prime civic assets from their leadership experience in carrying out a mission, teamwork, overcoming obstacles, and in some cases, interacting to help re-build communities within the battleground. This well-organized media effort to improve the national dialogue between military service members and their civilian communities is increasingly important today, as many returning veterans have been deployed into harm's way from rural National Guard and Reserve units as opposed to a career volunteer in the active force. Many "weekend warriors" come from farms and small towns and form a collective unit nearby for weekend training once a month and two weeks active training on a military base. Often in a small town, less than a car full of trainees travel some distance to join their parent unit where more support services are available. Statistically, one in ten citizens are veterans or service members. From studies dating back to WWII and the Korean War, a certain percentage of persons in combat suffer from the effects of prolonged stress in harm's way. First called "combat fatigue," the syndrome today is clinically labeled "Post Traumatic Stress Disorder" (PTSD), which affects an estimated 20% of returnees. Today, PTSD is considered a normal reaction to undue exposure to horrific scenes or threats, including first responders and innocent civilians that witness violence, storms or bombings. People tend to work through the night sweats, headaches and nightmares that often are associated with PTSD by disassociating themselves from the lasting memories and benefitting from new methods to reduce the symptoms. In my experience as a mental health provider with POWs from Viet Nam at an Army Medical Along the Way Continued From Page 4 of him as living in the hearts of those he touched...for warm coffee, I look at his picture which hangs near his farm hats, red Oakdale Farm shirt, and suspenders. Some mornings when I am feeling especially lonesome I shed a few tears and others I smile at a memory that pops into my head. When I go out to get into my vehicle each day, I Prairie Fare Old-fashioned Leafy Salad 1/2 c. light cream I tsp. granulated sugar 1 / 4 c. vinegar 1/4 tsp. salt 8 c. mixed salad greens 2 Tbsp. chopped scallions or green onions (optional) Whisk together the first four items in a small bowl. Rinse lettuce under cold water and remove excess moisture. Add chopped look up at his picture and say, "Good morning pops lets make this a good day." Time has been my friend and at least now I can smile once in a while when I talk to him instead of crying every time. ! really believe he can hear me and continues to look out for us. It never fails, each time I have a conversation with Continued From Page 4 Green scallions if desired. Right before serving, toss the lettuce with the dressing. Makes eight servings. Each serving has 45 calories, 3 grams (g) of fat, 1 g of protein, 4 g of carbohydrate, 1 g of fiber and 85 milligrams of sodium. (lulie Garden-Robinson, Ph.D., R.D., L.R.D., is a North Dakota State University Extension Service food and nutrition specialist and professor in the Department of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences.) him, a hawk will suddenly appear, soaring above me when I'm walking or driving. I always think it is a sign he never really left. The other day, I received a beautiful card in the mail from my mother- in-law Sharon. Inside was a poem by E. Brenneman called "His lourney's Just Begun." I would like to share with you in hopes it will bring some peace to those who have lost a loved one and are feeling those pains of grief that come when we least expect them to. "Don't think of him as gone away...His journey's just begun. Life holds so many facets this life is only one. Just think of him as resting from the sorrows and the tears, in a place of warmth and comfort where there are no days or years. Think how he must be wishing that we could know .today, how nothing but our sadness can really pass away. And think nothing loved is ever lost... and he was loved so much." Sometimes along the way life can knock us off balance for a time and challenge our inner strength and fortitude. I for one am grateful for good friends, those living angels who sometimes know what I need even when I don't know it myself, for ,strong family roots that hold up the fragile branches and continue to nourish our budding souls, and for the amazing grace which helps me acknowledge my sorrows while holding on to the memories. The grace that challenges me to cherish every single moment on this earth with the people I love most because one day I will need to draw on the unforgettable memories of this journey to get me back on my feet, lead me through troubled times, brighten my life, and give me the resilience to step into another new dawn. Center in Denver, a peer group approach (not groflp therapy) worked the best where soldiers were driven in a van to an area Western bar before it opened for the day, they sat clustered in a darkened corner to exchange stories in a safe environment (with a clinician standing by), and occasionally one would "bust out" through the swinging saloon doors (like John Wayne), scan the street for a "reality check," take in a few breaths of flesh air, and return to the story circle with their buddies. Today, simulation "de- briefings" seem to work best as being done at University of Southern California, where an experimental program hooks up a veteran with a pair of $200 "goggles" that are connected to a simulator that can duplicate crafted scenes, like in a video game. The veteran is at the controls with a clinician across the desk, if needed, for counsel, and the simulated "daytime nightmares" dissipate at the pace set by the veteran. Dozens of service organizations are adapting their outreach to recent returnees to create new ways for veterans or civilians to assist those returnees in the community to find jobs and become leaders in their respective hometowns or a place of their choice. Last week, the ND American Legion adjutant from Fargo spent the day at the UND Memorial Union with a booth to promote an on-campus, peer-organized UND American Legion Post 401 to serve the 500+ recent returnees who are currently in school to learn new skills and prepare for new career tracks. In Fargo at NDSU, 1.200 student veterans have chartered Legion Post 400. At Northland Technology Center in East Grand Forks, the campus offers veterans a "lounge' where veterans can "hang out, study, and exchange experiences from both military and civilian settings as a means of transition. Adjacent to the Legion booth was a student- organization that support getting jobs through the "Golden Paperclip" project which offers veterans a one-minute crafted video resume for posting on a future dedicated Website. The student organization (check out www.stlf.net) will handout out a 2" golden paperclip for veterans to wear on their student 'baseball" caps or attire to signal that they are looking for a job or internship. Employers looking to hire veterans get a 3" clip to wear or hang in the storefront window. In the malls and coffee shops, they can recognize each other and spark a conversation, a mutual "thank you," and maybe at best a career. It's our turn as acommunity to "GotYour6." Aflention Job Hunters 15 Years Or Older Life Guards Needed For Summer Season At The Drayton Pool Call 70 ! -454-644 ! (Terrie) 701-454-6231 (Pool) Leave Message dLp][IDavid L. Petersen ][IAttorney General Practice of Law Emphasizing: Estates and Elder Law Planning, Wills and Trusts, Business Organizations and Services, Agricultural Law, Pefsonal and Farm Tax Services. 112 North Main Street - CO. Box 216 Drayton, ND 58225 Phone (701) 454-3515 i