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Page 6 July 18th, 2013 i!iiiiiiiiiiiil;iiiiiiiiiiii;: ::iiii!!ii:i ]iiiil;iiil iiiiilQ iiii ;z Valley News and Views Theme Crossword Name the Actor Answers On Page 8 i 3 i 27 i i 59 i i i 7 24 m i i m 50 67 , I I SUDOKU d'sh 1-800-318-5121 (all 7 days a week 8am- 11pro EST Promo (ode: MBO1 ]3 Make the Switch to Dish Today and Save Up To 50% Call Now and Ask How! i lO i 32 i i 52 i) StatePoint Media ACROSS 1. Half of the Odd Couple 6. " , the Beloved Country" 9. Greek portico 13. Just outside a fairway 14. Thou, today 15. Sound units 16. Covered with hair 17. 2, on a telephone dial 18. Moonshine 19. *He drove Miss Daisy 21. *Played TV doc before becoming movie star 23. Water snake 24. Nightcrawler 25. Michigan's" Five" 28. Kind of jerk 30. King Tut's and Napoleon's hangouts, e.g. , 34. Paella pot 36. *Without Tijuana Brass, this Alpert appeared in "The Ten Commandments" 38. Civil rights org. 40. Sound of pride 41. Breastplate 43. Smoothie berry 44. Ionic and Corinthian predecessor 46. *He was a dead man walking 47. Lose coat 48. Phobias 50. A personal view 52. Court divider 53. "Once a time..." to kids 2. Lemon quality 3. "Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me" band The 4. Come to terms 5. Nursery poems 6. Greenish blue 7. *Sam Seaborn on "The West Wing" 8. New Mexico's state flower 9. Begone! 10. Roger Rabbit, e.g. 11. One third of thrice 12. Light grey 15. Quantum of light 20. #46 Across said, " , Mr. Hand" 22. Ignited 24. Enter uninvited, 2 words 25. *Indiana 26. Reserved 27. Harsh noise 29. Profound 31. "Yes, " 32. *He was rebellious and footloose 33. Found on a map 35. "Mi chiamano Mimi," e.g. 37. Tough spot 39. *He stole from Louise and spent seven years in Tibet 42. Contemptuous look 45. *He had Zellweger at "Hello" 49 Kind of resort 55. Baseball stat .."  .. 31 -XClte 57. Of the essence  ." ..... 61. *A Bond man b4. ,. n,___ DUt a gooae 65. Flowing tresses ......... ........ bb UaBSyHKe UiOOm be. ueneuc smrr .", RR I-Inclv b/. Hurry up 69" iE':"ress a thou ht 58. Bright yellow flower, 7,,",, p g seed, known for its oil /u. M+, e.g.  ..... , bt UlnlUu 71. Ed Sullivan Show ^^'. " " X^ . . bu Napper u , vetnloqulst, Wences - ......  , .....  actea wm ue Paro ana /Z. Host-aeauctlons  . . ,, ....... ,, - I-'aclno In Hlgnteous I111 amount ....... b] uoston or L, nlcago, 73. Armageddon eg 74 Muse of love poetry 62.'Columbus vessel DOWN 63. Loads 1. "Carmina Burana" 64. "'1, Claudius" role composer, developed 67. Negation of a word system for teaching music I  5tt n!zual #usical Production July 6th - July 31st Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 2:00 pm at Fort Totten Little Theater at Fort Totten Historical Site Reservation Information 701-662-8888 or ticket office at The Liquid Bean in Devils Lake Back When July 19th, 1889 Drayton Echo The Echo is called upon again to record another case of drowning in Red river, which occurred last Sunday Bowesmont Lives Imelda Marciniak at the catholic Church in Thief River Falls July 10th. On July llth Saralee Hoselton spent the afternoon visiting Linda Hoselton in Grafton Rachel and Ava Wittrock of Fargo came to visit at the Richard and Gayle Mcconnell home fromThursdaythrough Sunday. On July 12th Gayle McConnell took Murdy Franks to the airport for his return trip to Ohio. Among those attending the Memorial Service for Jessie Halcrow at the Drayton United Methodist church Saturday were Saralee Hoselton, Richard and Gayle Mcconnell, Curt and Pam Christenson, Marvin and Clarice Mosolf and Ellen Marciniak. That evening Doris Stellon, Merrill Stellon and Bob Lysengen went out for supper at the caribou Grill in Hallock to celebrate Doris' birthday. Saturday Don Baldock came to visit Mike and Judy Stellon and took them and Nancy Billings out for supper at Hastings Landing,. Those attending the Bowesmont Annual Picnic Continued From Page 3 held Sunday at the Mike and Judy Stellon farm included the hosts and their guest Don Baldock, Marvin and Clarice Mosolf, Doris Stellon, Merrill Stellon, Saralee Hoselton and her guest Wayne Hoselton, Steve and Ellen Marciniak, John and Jan Styles, Curt and Pam Christenson, Dean Young and his guest Doris Robinson, Richard and Gayle Mcconnell, Merv and Phyllis Halter. The following helped A. D. Duncklee celebrate his 93rd birthday Sunday afternoon: Merv and Phyllis Halter, Romanzo and Evelyn Duncklee and their daughter Christy Baumann, John and Janelle Nyegaard and family, lulie and Gianna Sott and Amber Cummings. Attendees at the benefit held Sunday for Lois Young at the H. G. Johnson Hall included Marvin and Clarice Mosolf, Saralee Hoselton, Wayne Hoselton, Mike and Judy Stellon, Richard and Gayle Mcconnell. After the benefit Marvin and Clarice Mosolf visited Charles and Arlene Schuster. Sunday evening Richard and Gayle Mcconnell visited Neil and Joyce Hanson. Brush Bunch Continued From Page 3 luncheon at the home of Duane Davis and Brenda Fletcher, a wonderful afternoon. Carol and Mary Ellen designed and built a large birthdaycake, we all had our hands in painting and construction, for the 125th Centennial in Langdon for the 5th of July parade, NONE of this could have been accomplished without the help of Paul Brusseau who, with a lot of arm twisting, built supports and supplied his pickup and drove the trailer in the parade. Thanks, also, to Kevin Landsem for the use of his shop to set up and store our float overnight. afternoon a few miles above Drayton, on the Minnesota side. This timeit is Iver Lingvar, of Teien, Minn., who sinks beneath the surface of that treacherous stream. There was considerable haft with the storm on Wednesday evening. It threshed out wheat crops for several farmers in the western and northern parts of this county. The principal damage was done in Crystal township. A special train passed down to Pembina yesterday afternoon, carrying the Grafton guards, with others, to attend the grand ball given by the soldiers at Fort Pembina last night. The Nowesto Sunday School had a very pleasant picnic yesterday. The Drayton Coronet Band and a few other of our citizens went out to help them eat it up. July 18th, 1913 Drayton Echo A very exciting baseball game was played Monday evening at Mr. John Hoselton's between Nowesta and Pittsburg. The score was 8 to 3 in favor of Pittsburg. After the game the winners were delightufully entertained at the home of Mrs. Hoselton, and treated to home mad candies by the Pittsburg girls. The ball team went to Bowesmont Wednesday evening and were defeated by the Bowesmont team by a score of 3-1. The game was fast considering the condition of the grounds. July 21st, 1933 Red River Valley Leader That Col. Charles A. Continued on Page 8 Answers on Page 8 you could sove 28% Cell 1-866-929-9071 to see how much you could seve on car insurance. *! JQhO: ;Q1,3v+-2roq@ Q: C'q[ SQ'i QS bQsed o( dQO Esbrorce betwee 12/I/!i QnCi 4/301'12 :, , ............................... an Allstate*compony 5 72 841 2 4 6 1 6 4 7 3 5 84 Several of us showed some art and photography at the 4 7 Art at the Library sponsored by the Northern Lights Arts 1 Council. We, who showed, v would like to thank the Arts Council for the fine showing which was viewed by over 600 patrons. One of our sayings is; "Exposure, exposure"! We 8 9 are going to attend the Frost Fire play "Music Man" on Wednesday of next week and are invited out for lunch to the Brusseau farm. Plans for 7 3 the Art in the Park are also being looked at. Hope you had a safe 4th. 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