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Valley News &Views Page 5 July 8th, 2010 Putting it into i Rings In Philadelphia - July 8th, 1776 Citizens were summoned today to the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence, bythe ringing of the Liberty Bell, located in the tower of the Pennsylvania State House, in Philadelphia. The declaration was read by Colonel John Nixon. Although the Declaration of Independence was signed July 4th, the Liberty Bell, which bore the biblical quotation, "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land unto All the Inhabitants Thereof," was not rung until and the declaration not read publicly until the 8th of July, because they had to wait for the Declaration of Independence to be returned from the printer. July 5th, 1894 Drayton Echo Wednesday was a clear, fine day and a large crowd of people for the surrounding country and neighboring towns came to town early to enjoy the festivities of the day. The large procession, representing the fire department, the mercantile and machine houses, the various trades and Coxey's Army under command of Gen. A.G. Brown, formed on Main street under direction of J.D.Wallace, marshal of the day and led by the Drayton Coronet Band, the grand pagent moved along the principal streets of the city. After the parade, a program of exercises took place at the band stand on the driving park, consisting of music by the band, reading of the Declaration of Independence, by J.M. Wylie and Oration by Commander E. Southard. There was an immense turnout at the band concert in the evening, Columbia Hall being full. After the concert came the fireworks, but it was raining hard by this time and many did not remain to see the same go off. July 6th, 1917 Drayton Echo Citizens from this city and vicinity celebrated the Fourth at Arvilla, Halleck, Pembina and Walhalla. Good celebrations are reported at all the towns which the people visited. Clarence Jorde, who enlisted in the navy and for North Da in Itself Some years ago, I had the privilege of working with Allan Young, former chairperson of the North Dakota Republican Party, who had come to the University of North Dakota as a slightly older than average graduate student. One day I asked Allan what motivated him to enroll for an advanced degree. He explained that he recently had come into good fortune and he now had the opportunity t spend money on a wide range of options. After considering the alternatives, he explained, "I decided to invest in myself." He could have dissipated his new-found prosperity on riotous living, world Cruises, and other temporary pursuits, but he chose the kind of long-term investing that yields healthy dividends year after year. North Dakota should take a page out of Allan Young's investment guide. State Budget Director Pare Sharp just reported to the Legislature's Budget Section that revenue for the state's oil trust fund would be $500 million - twice the original estimate. Even without these figures, GeneralWesley Clark, an investment and energy consultant, predicted to the Renewable Energy Action Summit at Bismarck State College that North Dakota would be the future energy capital of North America if we invested in the future. All of this oil money means that the state government will have massive amounts to give away for riotous living or to invest in the education, economic, people, energy andwaterinfrastructuresthat will serve North Dakotans for generations to come. Those suffering from the storm cellar mentality will want to bury it in "rainy day" funds, mandated savings accounts and just about anything except investing it in long-term assets. We saw this mindset in the last session when millions of dollars were so cleverly spirited away that squirrels were left in awe. Then there are others who would like to see the extra revenue politically dissipated throughout the state on the premise that expenditures are good if everybody gets some. Those fostering the GUNS: Guns will be sold at approximately 1 :OOPM, BATF Rules will appi -Merlin 1894 CL 25/20, Ducks Unlimited. New in Box, SN#10075700 -Norlnco SKS 762x39, New in Box, SN#17838 -Browning B92, 44 meg, SN#05812PZ 167 --Browning Model 53 32/20. New in Box, SN#OO579NM3F7 -Anschutz Jr Varmlnter 22 LR, w/scope, 3-extra clips, SN#174807 -Winchester Model 12, mismatched barrel & receiver, SN#Cf3162 -Savage Model 29A 22 LR, SN#47401L -Browning Auto-5 12 go, Japanese, SN#i0154PM151 -Winchester Model 12 12 gs meg, SN#1380907 -Winchester Model 63 22 LR, rebiue, SN#73986A -Springfield 1898 30/40 Krag, sporterized, SN#325354 -Winchester Model 12 12 ga meg reblue, SN# 1249594 -Remington 740 30/06 -Anschutz Model 64 22 LR, SN#1277714 -Ruger 44 Carbine 44 Meg SN#t02-34613 -Remington 742, 308 go, SN#151434 -Winchester 67A 22 SL or LR -Remington 760 30/06, w/scope, SN#235590 -Weatherby MKV 270 WBY, w;Mark V scope. SN#H88547 -Remington 1917 30/06, sperterized, SN#611743 -Sheridan Air Rifle 20 cal. SN#399705234 -Winchester Model 12 12go,, reblue, SN#277318 -Winchester Model 12 16 gs.. reblue, SN#1053975 -SIg Arms SHR 970 270, w/scope, SN#R04770 -Sako Model 57 243, rebarreled, SN//L57N0504 -Browning Cited 12 go., 2-barrels. SN#t 1647RP143 -H&R 301 Ultra 243, SN#117758 -Browning Auto-5 rabtue SN#27094 -Sko Forester 308 ga -Weathetby MKV 7mm WBY -Weatherby MKV 300 WBY -Manllcher 1903 -Ruger Mini 14 223 -F.LE, 20 go. Side by side, SN#93766 -H&R 300 Ultra 30/06, floor plate latch missing, SN#52772 -Maueer Mark X 22/250, New SN#B264435 -Remington 760 30/06, SN#533356 -Ruger Mini 14 223, SN#183-16850 -Winchester Model 12 12 go, SN#1127719 -Gun scopes, gun cleaning kit & other gun accessories COLLECTOR AUTOMOBILE: -1978 Chevrolet El Coming, 305 v-& automatic, aJc, cruise, rally wheels, some surface rust, only 39167 total miles showing, VIN# IWS008D510454 ,i ANTIQUE FURNITURE (Mostly qua#fy turn of the century period peces): -Very ornate t BOg's Victorian settee -Barrister glass door stacking book case -Very old oak secretary -Very old & ornate curved glass china cabinet -Dictionary stand -Carved lion head rocker -Ornate wood foyer bench -Brass/wrough iron bed -Numerous ornate rockers & chairs, some hand stitched -Multiple press back chairs -Maple bedroom set- dresser w! mirror & chest of drawers -Carved oak bedroom set w/ combination dresser/ commode stand & bed -Glass top serving cart -Numerous smelt tables, cabinets & accessory pieces -Other collectible furniture tOO numerous 1o list GENERAL HOUSEHOLD: -Dishes -Christmas decorations -Sewing machine .TV's w/rentes -Hospital bed -Lamps -Silverware -Box fans -Air conditioners ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: -Pro 1900 t0, woo! Persian rug 11' 2"x 8' 10" - Original oil on canvas painting by Paul Sort in original frame- Mountain Mist" (Logan Pass, Glacier National Park, MT) -Other old framed paintings. posters & prints -Very old china chamber set includes matching commode, pitcher & bowl, soap dish. hair brush holder & olher pieces -Turn of the Century gilded glass mirrors -Copper lamp w/shade & glass beaded fringe -Ear!y base ball bets & gloves -Bisque kewpie doll 1913 -Kundo German anniversary clock -Eucalyptis pottier hanging room divider -P. Pastaud Limoges pin -Musical instruments -Bakers cabinet & pie safes -War Bond pnnt & associated items -Very old Cosmopolitan magazines -Glassware- Drayton, Grafton, other local "glass memorabilia" -Assorted other glassware -Silver plate- serving pieces, community collector dems -Spot a Plane WWIt board game -Poosh-m-up 5 garne streamliner toy -Other period Ioys & games, some old farm toys & tractors -Cedar chest -1905 Calendar, other period documenls, post cards & memorbilia -Linens .Telegraph equipment -Oil lamps-Numerous old salt & peppers -Oil lamps -Gun Digest collections -Very old wringer washer -Many old records for Victrola $, 45 rpm 1890's Crystal stemware -Bird figurines -Antique radios -Pedistst sink 1920's -Sporting banners from tocal towns -Turn of 1he century curtain rods -Early Coco Coin drink tray -Old kitchen utensils -Glove dryers t9O0's ladies hats *Period jewelry & watches, watch fobs & accessories -Trunks, boxes & crates -Many other old and interesting items too numerous tO list i SHOP TOOLS & OUTDOOR ITEMS: -Della table saw -Cordless drill -Jointer/planer -Scroll saws -Grinders -Generator -Car siding -Rough cut ash wood -Troybuilt tiller -Lawn thatcher -Soaker hoses, hose cart, shovels & rakes, trimmers, lawn spreader & wagon -Good selection of garage tools & yard miscellaneous too numerous to list B IE[M]; Cash, or valid check in US Funds only. No credit cards All sales linaL Statements made auction day take precedence over I all advertising Vehicle titles will be mailed. left this city two weeks ago, Word Scramble Solution - Puzzle on Page 6 returned to the city Tkursday ............................................................................. of last week and will remain here until he is called to the training camp at Great Lakes, Ill. It seems the camp is crowded with men. July 5th, 1962 Drayton Express Bonnie Rasmussen observed her 6th birthday by inviting a numer of her little friends to the park to play last Wednesday afternoon. Those present were Laurie and Lee Jorde, Nina and Carol Bates, Ellen Kohl, Gergiann Knduson, Jull Bruschwein, David, Duianne and Margaret Marciniak, Marly and Doris Kirkeby. Bonnie received many nice brithday gifts. A picnic supper was served by her mother at 4:30. Other supper guests included Mr. and Mrs.Young, Mrs. Einar Peterson, Mrs. Roy Westling, Mrs. Eldor Kraatz and Vonda Lee, Mrs. Edie Marciniak and Mrs. Ida Rasmussen. Centers of Excellence are already hoping to increase payrolls, programs and overhead with the new oil money. The state's economic opportunities should command new investment but under the scrutiny of impartial experts, preferably panels of out-of-staters who have no stake in North Dakota politics. With the oil windfall, we can expect to see all sorts of grandiose proposals that have no realistic long-term promise. Expanding educational opportunities for young and old alike would pay off big time, something we learned from the GI Bill that boosted the economy after World War II. Cleaning up dirty coal and diversifying energy sources both warrant serious consideration. NorthDakota can now spend more of its own money on building its water infrastructure. With a booming state treasury, we can quit waiting for investors in Minneapolis, Chicago or NewYork to build our economic base. Neither do we need to plead for federal government help to fund every exigency when our own treasury is bulging. For the first time in history, we have the option of investing in ourselves. The 2011 session of the Legislature will tell us whether or not we have the vision to do so. RNTOHTS P EUR L S Y U NCA",SN i,,,g,u IX I M,, I TAE RO SL A K L( XUU OR IA( :A R T( RKTTNOOS T O TA SW Hi K O i ol M N ol E 0 5AOT REGN NISA Alliance Arizona Constitution Essex Hornet Lexington Maine Merrimack Midway Monitor Nautilus Nimitz Saratoga Skipjack Swordfish Thresher Wasp Yorktown Taking care of all of you. Altru Clinic - Drayton is devoted to serving our community. With access to a variety of services and specialties, we're able to get you the care you need. Call us, (701) 454-3311. Altru Clinic - Drayton 1003 N. Main Drayton, ND altru.org/drayton HALL OF FAME The North Dakota Sports Haft ol Fame committee invites you to join us in recognizing the 2010 inductees 1958 Drayton American Legion Robert (Bob) King Baseball Team Valley City will receive the Cliff Cushman Award as they ore inducted into the NDSHF. SATURDAY, JULY 24, 2010 5:00 PM-JAMESTOWN CIVIC CENTER Pre-Banquet Social, Silent & Live Auctions, Induction Banquet, Awards Ceremony Please send me I am enclosing Name NORTH DAKOTA SPORTS HALL OF FAME 212-3 R AVE NE, JAMESTOWN, ND 58401-(701)252-8088 tickets at $25.00 per person Address City, State, Zip ! !