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Drayton , North Dakota
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Valley News and Views .... ~iiiiiiii!i3!iiiiiiUiiiiill ~z~i~i~i~ ~il;;!i!iiiii!i;! iiii!! ...... !!!!~ ...... ~!!!~!!iii!!!~ ?~!i? ?!ii~ii qiiiiiii < Page 3 August 22nd, 2013 It's official! 'Down Our Street' column has been handed over to my readers. If you would like to share your social news please contact me @ 701-454-3549 or bethany-heinrichs@ July 5th: Marlene Bates granddaughter Kelly Hanson wed David Escarrega in Newport Beach, California. Clint and Nina (Bates) Hanson are Kelly's parents. Clint had just completed a 40 day bicycle journey from Vancouver, British Columbia down to Mexico; returning to Newport Beach in time to walk his daughter down the aisle. Michelle (LaHaise) Bates anddaughterEmmaattended the ceremony. This past week, Clint and Nina drove (a vehicle) from Steamboat IHealth Maintenance Clinic ( an Mond, of each month from 8!45 a.m. to 12:00 p;m. Cook's Choice At Stow How t favorite be "Traffic Jam", Just because it'si we play the tchen band instruments. Take a chance at one of theses sessions: May 218,526-0264 for ad tional details. New North D ota Record Catfish win $30,000. For more information contact Red River Motel & Resort - 701- 454'6184; sit or call the Drayton Chamber Hne at 701 454 FISH, You can download entry Church the Cob, Cucumber Heaven the widest assortment: of homemade pies known to man or woman kind. Live entertainment by the Popple Ridge Pickers. Everyone Welcome. Got an Event? Know Of An Event? Let Us Know So We Can Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule August 2013 Transportation for people of all ages for medical appointments, shopping, visiting, banking, hair appointments, etc. Local Transportation In Drayton- Fare $3 Monday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday Transportation to Grafton- Fare $6 Monday Through Friday Transportation to Grand Forks - Fare $12 Wednesdays For Reservations Call 454-6586 Valley News and Views Periodical postage paid at Drayton N.D. Permit (#679-990). Member of the North Dakota Newspaper Association. Official newspaper for the City of Drayton and Drayton Public School District No.19. Published every Thursday at Drayton, North Dakota. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Valley News and Views, PO Box 309, Drayton, N.D. 58225- 0309. Valley News and Views welcomes letters to the editor. All letters must be signed and we reserve the right to edit all letters for length and accuracy of content. Roberta Van Camp, Publisher Emeritus Published By Great Caesar's Ghost Larry Ritzo, Owner/Editor Yearly Subscription rates: $30.00 In Pembina County $35.00 All other addresses $.75 at News Stands Phone 701-360-3005 Fax 701-454-6333 All material, including photographs, advertisements and articles, subject to Copyright. Copyright 2009. O Springs, Colorado. Once in Drayton, Clint mounted his bicycle; pedaling to St. Thomas for a beer...twice! Much to his surprise, Matty's Bar was closed both times. My advice ahead next time. August 2nd-4th: Landowski's family reunion was held in Warroad, Minnesota. Approximately 85 relatives were on hand to celebrate. Cecelia reports, "Family from all over were there; Oregon, California, Washington, and Nevada." Ross and Cecelia's children Greg Landowski, Julie (Landowski) Ferguson, and Susan (Landowski) Walls attended with their families. August 7th: Ross Landowski celebrated his 80th birthday with 35 family and friends at Hasting's Landing. August llth: My beloved neighbor Phoebe Anderson entertained her niece Jane Cable and husband Robert from Grand Forks as well as nephew Charles Herseth. August 14th: Linda Grzadzieleski celebrated her 59th birthday with family and friends. Florence Dahl and Becky Dunklee treated her to lunch and dessert at Hastings Landing. Linda's family Tom, Tommy, and Missy had supper at her sister Shirley Bill's home. August 15th: My hometown buddy, John Torrey along with his girlfriend Jenny White and her daughter Ashley headed out from Grand Forks to the breath takingAshley National Park in Utah. As avid ATV riders, they hit 4 Wheeling trails from Vernal, Utah to Marysvale, Utah; hubs of the Piute ATV trails. My friend and classmate, Todd Bill and wife Connie along with daughter Ashley (Pensacola, Florida), explored Mexico City Beach, Florida. Along with fishing, Todd snorkeled among the sealife. Todd recently stated, "I wouldn't have snorkeled; now knowing the waters were shark infested!" Was it shark week? Gratefully, he didn't perish...I need his story. Jim and Shelia Peterson tookgrandsonIanPeterson,6, on a campingexpedition near Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. They stayed at John and Lorna (Peterson) Wilkinson's lake home on Franklin Lake. Several other relatives either stayed or vistited as well. John and Lorna's grandson Gavin Archeigo, 6, and Ian became fast friends and co- conspirators. On Saturday, Continued On Page 5 Saralee August 5th John and Jan Styles were supper guests of Saralee Hoselton and her guest Betty Hanneld. That afternoon Gayle's cousin, Robert Switzer of Arcadia, FL, visited Richard and Gayle McConnell. Cheryl Berg of Moorhead spent August 6th with Chester and Donna Kalka. That day Saralee Hoselton took Betty Hanneld to Jamestown where they met Sue Johnsen of Watford City for lunch. Betty went home with her and Saralee returned to her home. DeanYoungvisited Richard and Gayle McConnell on Wednesday. Saralee Hoselton went to Fargo August 7th where she met Adam, Catie, Micki and MackHoselton of Richardton. They spent the night and then went to Sioux Falls the next day where they met with other family members for a long weekend of camping. These included Lisa, Marina and Rachel Jackson & friend Wayne Allgood of St. Paul, Joe, Terri, Erica and Myles Johnson and friend Nick Schlicte of Audubon, IA, Geoff, Hope, ]on, Chris, Faith, Dakotah, Sami, Grace and Dylan Hoselton of Fargo. Besides camping theywent to the Great Plains Zoo and the Wild Water West water park on Friday. On Saturday some of them went to the memorial to the USS South Dakota, the most decorated battleship of World War II. The Geoff Hoselton family plus Mack spent the afternoon at the Science Museum. Visitors at the campsite were Jason (Saralee's great nephew) and Beth Rygg and Joelle; and Todd and Crystal Beckman, all of Sioux Falls. On Sunday the various family members returned to their respective homes. On August 9th Richard and Gayle McConnell took their granddaughter Ava Wittrock to Grand Forks where they saw the movie SMURFS 2 and then took Ava to her Fargo home. Judy Stellon and Don DRAYTON CHIROPRACTIC ]. 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Interested candidates may contact us at 701-352-4077 or email b ~,~.' atvi.'~ " m. Stop in at 14835 Hwy 17 West in Grafton to complete an application. Equal Opportunity Employer IJruoh with the IJuncl r I,ec Beaucl]amp Kevin"Cocoa" Beauchamp loves photography. Like the other photographers in the Brush Bunch it seems as if all I can capture is them with their work! Kevin is pictured with his photo display at our 42nd annual Art Show this past May at the American Legion in Walhalla. The high light of Kevin's display was his People's Choice winner "A Walk in the Woods!" (shown). His favorite is still sunrises and sunsets, clouds, and all sorts of old machinery and buildings. Kevin "Cocoa" is the Artist of the Month at the Gorge Art Gallery in Walhalla. Stop by to view some of his work which has been a part of our art shows and displays at the gallery since he joined the Brush Bunch in 2009. Coming up soon is our visit at Mary Ellen's in Cavalier to visit here ever changing garden and beautiful back yard. Several of us participated in the Rendezvous Art Festival this past weekend held in the Walhalla City Park. Good Job! We continue our painting every Tuesday at the Gallery. The coffee is on! Quote! Some minds are like concrete, thoroughly mixed and permanently set! Till next time, God Bless! Baldock went to her lake home near Warroad August 9th to spend the weekend; Mike joined them the following day. Kriss Tucker and Ella McWilliams visited Richard and Gayle McConnell August 10th. Lauren and Nick Mertens of Moorhead, Greg Kalka of Drayton and Kaylyn Gamez of California were visitors and supper guests of Chester and Donna Kalka August 12th. The next Greg Kathy Gamez and Garrett left for their San Diego home after an extended visit at the Chester and Donna Kalka home. Richard and Gayle McConnell took Ben and Kriss Tucker that day to eat at Sanders in Grand Forks to celebrate Ben's birthday. Saralee Hoselton and Joyce McFarland met Linda Hoselton for lunch at the Daily Grind in Grafton and visited at Linda's home that Continued On ust 21 st 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 pom. Schumacher Park Menu Includes: Burgers, Dogs, Salads, Baked Beans, Cookies and Ice Cream C'mon Out Bring Your Semi Drivers and Shop Help Drayton Call Ran Cerrick 701-520-0187 or 701 Attorney at Law 910 Hill Ave. PO Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701)352-0916 Farmland Sales and Leases Real Estate and Business Planning Estate Planning, Probate and Tax Licensed in North Dakota and Minnesota 909 N. 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