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Page 8 July 18th, 2013 '41 e Valley News and Views The Drayton Girl's Softball ended their summer play with third place in the league. Photo courtesy of Laiken and Taylor. Welcome back to the Laiken and Taylor Column! We hope everyone is enjoying their summer and the warm weather. Riverfest is here!We hope to see everyone joining in the festivities. This week we will be informing you of how the summer softball and baseball are going. To start off, the Drayton Girls' Softball ended their summer play with third place in the league. On July 10th they competed in the league tournament and finished in 2nd place. The first game Drayton defeated Langdon (2) with a score of 8-7 breaking a tie in the last inning. It was an exciting game keeping the coaches and fans on their toes. Next they played Pembina- Neche. The score was close throughout the game with Drayton winning 11-9. In the championship game the Drayton girls were up against tough competition. They ended up losing to Langdon (1) with a score of 1-16. The girls had a good season and want to thank Jeremy and Erin Pollestad for a great coaching job this year. The Pee Wee team ended Back When Lindbergh is still one of the country's most popular figures is made evident by the general interest take in the route mapping flight he is making over the northern air course to Europe. Mrs. Lindbergh, her husband's rival in popularity is with him not as a passenger but as radio operator and assistant pilot of their big monoplane. Their plans were to fly across Labrador, Greenland and Iceland, and perhaps on to Denmark. They had no fixed route or stopping places and 12 Packs of Coke Products 2/00;7.00 PLAY the North Dakota Lottery HERE! did llrShey 965384721 784162539 their season receiving third place in the consolation bracket of their league tournament. They started off by losing in a close battle to Park River 5-7. The next game the Pea Wee team defeated Minto easily 13-2. The third game was lost to Grafton with a score of 3-13. For the final game, and third place, they defeated Walhalla in another close game 6-4. Great job to the pee wee team and their coach Brandon Keena. T-ball is also done for the season. The kids always had a good time playing. Thanks to Tami VanCamp for coaching again this year. Thanks for reading the Laiken and Taylor Column. Email us questions, comments, or whatever to laikentaylor.column@gmail. com. Summer is coming to an end so enjoy the hot weather while it lasts! The Pee Wee team ended their season receiving third place in the consolation bracket of their league toumament. Photo courtesy of Laiken and Taylor. Continued From Page 6 would return. Over two thousand people from all parts of northeastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota heard Governor William Langer deliver ann address on state topics in the Memorial Park Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. The program honoring the governor's visit here was sponsored by the Drayton Commercial Club. Miss JeanWaldren and Mrs. Fenwick, her aunt, arrived here Tuesday, returning from a tour that took them through most of the countries of South Africa, several south sea islands, including the Isle of Zanzibar, Greece, Italy, Switzerland, France, England and Scotland. They were met at New York by Dr. and Mrs. H.M. Waldren. Miss Waldren left here almost two years ago to visit Mrs. Fenwick at her home in Johannesburg, South Africa. Mrs. Fenwick a sister of Dr Waldren, will remain here to visit a while. July 19th, 1956 Drayton Leader Black thunderclouds overhung Drayton Wednesday afternoon and about 3 p.m. the funnel of a tornado was seen across the Red River in Minnesota territory. When first sighted the funnel hung straight down but as interested and If 1900 July 14--The Red River fleet [government boats] was upriver at Grandin. It had rained on June 30 and July 4 and 5. August 22 (or 15)--The Grand Forks and four barges went to Drayton to load wheat at the river elevator. September 21--The Grand Forks came into its home port with a load of wheat from Drayton, and the Fram brought in wheat from Acton. Captain Hayes and the government steamer came down from Belmont, where he and a crew had been clearing boulders from the river bed. Recent rains had made excellent navigation on the Red. October 4--The Grand Forks came into port with 18,000 bushels of wheat from downriver, and the Fram arrived with about 12,000 bushels from upriver. The government dredge boat was working twenty-five miles north of Grand Forks. The government steamer was working both north and south of Grand Forks, clearing boulders and snags. The Red was at a "good height" and the steamers were very busy. October 6--Late in the evening a small leak was discovered in the Fram. However, the leak got worse and the pumps could not handle the water. In a few minutes the Fram sank. Guy ropes were attached to keep the boat from sliding toward the middle of the river and capsizing. The leak was suspected of being caused by striking a boulder. The Fram would be re-floated as soon as possible. [The sinking appears to have been in or near Grand Forks.] October 10--The Red was up six-and-half feet since June and was at its highest since 1898. October 14--The Grand Forks pulled into Drayton for a load of wheat. November 4--Joseph Fortin, who had apprehensive spectators watched it lifted and then disappeared into the storm clouds above. Tornado warnings were broadcast for this area but up until press time no reports of tornados had come in. Lightning which struck during a thunderstorm Saturday morning damaged a tree in front of the Christ Helm residence on Main Street. The lightning flash also caused two tubes in the helm radio to blow out but no other damage within the house was discovered according to Mr. Helm. Rain which fell during the storm totaled .2 inch. 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