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Page 6 June 23rd, 2011 School and Valley News &amp;Views Valley Ne,vs and "Vies SVeather Summary Along the Way support has done more than you will ever know and we are forever grateful. Today, on her facebook post my sister-in-law Karl Jo wrote, "We maylose the battle here and there, but we WILL NOT LOSE the war." Right before her post my beautiful niece Katie, Michael's daughter wrote, "Hoping for good news-either way, we'll beat this cancer. No matter how difficult it is. We are Team Jensen and Failure is NOT an option." Continued From Page 4 There is healing in love's energy, there is life beyond every struggle, and there is grace in the midst of it all, floating in on the wings of hope and settling where the seeds of inspiration are needed most. Whatever you may be going through in your own life, never give up. I know one incredible man who never will and I am positive he wouldn't want you to either. Raise the Roof Team Jensen; this is one war we will not lose. I)t.lailed l.ocal Forecast Aealher li'i ia Peak I"ishing/lhmli. "limes "l'his eek Brush Bunch In Genie's words 'Art is the awareness of the magical beauty of God's Creation." NODAK PEEWEE BASEBALL SCHEDULE Monday June 27th Drayton vs Langdon At Langdon Wednesday June 29th Drayton vs Walhalla At Walhalla Wednesday July 6th Drayton vs Minto At Minto Tournament Meeting July 7th in Grafton at 6:30 p.m. Tournament 'V'eal her llislorv %../:looll ("harl 1"his 't't'l I.asl ,eek's Mmanac,.( (;rovin l)egree Days Saturday July 9th :n Langdon Concession stand will be open in Drayton Park for Home Games. Northern Girls Softball Schedule Wednesday June 29th Drayton vs Neche/Pembina At Pembina Wednesday July 6th Drayton vs Manvel At Manvel Tournament Meeting July i lth in Grafton at 6:30 p.m. Tournament Wednesday July 13th in Drayton. Concession stand will be open in Drayton Park for Home Games. Weekly Sudoku Solution on Page 7 ,., lm preseTe ev VolunteerMatch,org Where volunteering begins. 2 1 6 June "Summer Solstice" Monthly Specials Large Bags of Assorted Doritos 0nly $3.29 a Bag PLAY the North Dakota Lottery HERE! 9 8 4 783 1 14 695 561 78241 6 697 75 1 271 8 74 Fill i, the blank squares  the gtld, making sure. that every row, column aria 3.by.3 box ncludes all agtn t through 9. Continued From Page 3 Genie Gratton was chosen as the first president of the Brash Btmch Art Club in 1971. Along with the list given for 1975-1976 season, here is the group who joined the following year 1977-1978; Helen Tongen, Toni Brusseau, Mary HansonAdeline Morrison, Laurel Brusseau, Laura Dalzell, Ruth Danielson, Adeline Belanus, Bessie Fitzsmonds, Marie Dalzell, Florence Arneson, Frankie Carrier, Alma Mathison and Beverly Clairmont. Bringing the total enrollment to 33. Of these, seven are still proud to be members. Our booklets are out and beautiful. This years booklet serve as a tribute to Dolores Johnson who passed away in February of 2011. Some time ago it was mentioned that art class would be held using our local talent. We are going to have another class on July 19th at which time Amy Phillips will provide cutouts and we will paint "chickens" with acrylic paints. Whether you are a chicken lover or not, it sounds like fun. Mark you calendar; August 6th is the annual 'Art in the Park!' (Walhalla). August 23rd. Judy Koehmstedt will be giving lessons using water color at the Gorge Art Gallery on Main StreetWalhalla. From 10 to 4.We keep busy and have a gaod time doing it. COURABE CARRIES ON /m Back When Continued From Page 2 School of Engineering, Alton, Illinois. June 23rd, 1944 Red River Valley Leader Mrs. EW. Bellamy chaperoned a group of young folks to Fort Totten on Tuesday where they will attend a Recreation Camp for Junior Reserves of the Farmers Union. Those making the trip are: Darleen and Phyllis Hoselton, Ruth Ann Bates, Margery Lee Cochran, Geraldine Brown and Walter Harlow. They will return on Friday. June 23rd, 1960 Drayton Leader Area farmers are beginning to sing the tune "rain, rain go away" as this area is drenched by rain the past week. Rain has fallen Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week and farmers here feel that's enough for now. The crops look very good today with the bug situation reportedly under control. The development stage seems to be a bit behind last year at this time.. Weather has been coolwith considerable precipitation this week. Soil moisture is very good to too wet in isolated instances. Small grain is 6-14 inches in height with good to very good stand and color. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown, Pamela and Peter enjoyed last weekend at Lake of the Woods, not much fish but a very nice outing. 16 LB. 240-4 Weed & Feed Fertilizer #720-2010 (5401-593} $8 99 IIJ I'1 llll IIl l |'lll-'ltl]l Ii l I IJl I! IIl I III 111 hl Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday MJstly Snnn 3 Most3 S u  Mostly Cloudy Partly Cloudy 71:53 72;54 75,56 75/57 I (1--" 1314 I- [:i!!] "19 Ilol II, I 1-2: ! u. 3-5: Mcdcral. I-? H;il.  i( i \\;or, Hgh ] I -: t tcmc {.spot,ire Tahich piac,.: tn the iorl,I receivc, 9 ;lor( rli lll(lt aHl'wller  '/SC" e i: ram pc >car. Jme 23. 1944 - Four tornadoes killed 153 people and cansed Five inillion dollars damage ia Penn.ylvania. West Virginia and Maryland. l he tornadoes formed during the evening anti mtved soulheas! along parallel paths, l]aucnmg erything in their ay. June 24, 1924 - Six men at a rock quany south of Wiaton-Salem. N.('. sought sheller fiom a thunderstolm. Ihe structure chosen contained a quantity of d?,namite. Lightning struck a nealby tree. c:ltllng tile dynalnile It explode, and the men \\;ere killed instanlly. Around the Town taken up residence in the Presidential Palace, much to the disgust of Madam Zoey and Miss Kitt, while the republic attempts to establish new leadership. At first it was thought that they might try switching over to a monarchy, mainly because little Buttercup, who would be Princess Buttercup in a monarchy, was just too cute for words. However that also meant that Trixie would becomequeen.Themonarchy idea was abandoned when residents decided that the tide of Queen Trixie sounded a litte cheap and also, that turning toward a monarchy Monday Partly Cloudy 74 ;: 55 would mean giving up on the democratic principles for which they were striving. So, once again, elections JB-80 Spray Lube #JBS,0 (7575-0123} $6 59 Tuesday Wednesday Most y Su my Parll 5 Ckmdy 81): 58 76 54 Titay we dl .e mostly sxmn} skies wifl a high temperature of 71 , humidily of 6g%. North north- east wind 8 to I 1 mph. The recwd high temFerature for today is 96" set in 1980. Expect partly clondy skies lonight ith an overnight low 0f53". The record low fin" tonight is 3Y' -.'t iu 1969, Fri&% skies will be mostly suuu V with a high temperature of 72 , humidity of 53"i,, Skies will Ix, mostly cloudy Friday night with a slighl chance of showers and thunderstorms, overnighl low of 54". I!xpecl mostly cloudy skies Salurday with a slight chance of shov.ers and thtmderstorms, high temperature of 75", lhu 4:44-6:44 5:14-7:14 Fri 5:26-7:26 5:56-7:56 Sat 6:09-8;09 6:3,)-8:39 Sun 6:54-8:54 7:24-9:24 l,ast thu 5:27 a,m, 9:35 p,m. 6/23 Fri 5:27 aan. 9:35 p.m. Sat 5:27 a.m. 9:35 p.m. < Sun 5:28 a.m, 9:35 p.m. Ne Mon 5:28 a.m. 9:35 p,ln. 7/1 t'ue 5:29 a.m. 9:35 p.m. Wed 5:29 a.m. 9:35 p.m. 6:14 8l 57 75/54 6/15 66 59 75/54 6/16 77 54 75/55 6/17 81 57 76:55 6/18 82 57 76:55 6:19 79 61 76/55 6"20 66 59 76/56 Sellars 24pk 6pk Shop Bottled Towels Water t0 #4495 (4220-0062) $2 n._J PJ Mon 7:42-9:42 8:12-t0:12 lue 8:33-10:33 9:03-11:03 %d 9:26-11:26 9:56-11:56 v',: What,';( )ur Weat hcr.c om Moonris__e   First 12;52 a.m 2:(15 p.m.  7/8 I:11 a.m. 3:09 p.m. 1:33 a.m. 4:13 pan. :5*a ..... 5:,8 ,.,,, Full 2:27 a.m. 6:. p.m. 7il5 3:04 a.m, 7:23 p.m. :, 3:5(! a.m. 8:19 p.m. Farmer's Gru,a'ing Degree Days o.16" p   0.15" 6;14 19 6/18 20 0.00" 6/15 12 6,19 20 0.0Y' 616 16 6:20 12 0.19" 6/17 19 the name "Tupperware" on a plastic lid that had floated into the republic during the flood. Spike the Mouse noted that he had heard of a Tupperware Party before, and thought it might have been of Swedish origin. Upon reflection, Trixie thought it had a nice ring.., and so the party was formed. Continued From Page 3 are in the making for later this summer. Vinny Mouse will again be running on the Bull Mouse ticket, Ray Squirrel, the Rodent's Party and the rather outspoken, Trixie the Goat leading the way on the newly formed Tupperware Party ticket. Party organizers saw GARDENERS' DREAM COME TRUE Sea 2-0 is a Follar Fertilizer Derived from the Sea Improves Vegetables Flavor & Flower Color Lawns-- Flowers - Gardens NOT Harmful to Children or Pets A Link Inc biodoug@alinkusa.com 877-246-9722 Agri-Valley Cenex C-Store 454-6277 Drayton ,...,-0... 0% APR up to 72 Months -- If You Can't Rnd What You're Looking For... ON SELECT NEW GM MODELS -,-- *OAC. See Bu,cK:Dealer for Details.M. ,k MI.  Bu,c,<: ' Hwy 17 W. or 110 W. 5th St., Grafton Open&-OO-5:3OMon.-FrLlS:OO-NoenSat. 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