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Page 8 September 26th, 2013 and Valley News and Views flammable) and break out the hot dogs, graham Welcome back to the crackers, chocolate, and Laiken and Taylor Column. marshmallows. This week we'll be talking 4.Bobforapples.Everyone about fun activities to knows that apples=fall, so go do this autumn. Have a find the spirit for autumn, fun fall, Halloween, and even if it's in the kitchen Thanksgiving! sink. 1. Carve and pick a 5. Rake and jump in pumpkin. Celebrate leaves. Make the biggest pile Halloween and fall by possible, and run through it. picking out and decorating Watch the leaves fly and take a pumpkin! If you want to a picture or two. avoid knifes and other sharp 6. Make Candy Apples. objects, simply paint your Sugar and fruit. We think pumpkin, yes. 2. Go to a corn maze. They 7. Go to a "Haunted may be slightly difficult at House". Whether it's the first, but hopefully you'll community's or in a friend's figure it out in the end. They basement, they're always are really fun! fun. 3. Have a bonfire. Bundle 8. Go on a Hay Ride. Pile up in a sweatshirt and some hay in a trailer or the blankets (preferably non back of a pickup and drive slow! 9. Bake a pumpkin/ apple pie. Pick one or both. Make another couple for Thanksgiving. 10. Roast pumpkin seeds. Pumpkin seeds are so good! While you scoop the stuffout of your jack-o-lantern, put the seeds aside. Two birds, one stone. Since we're both blondes and its fall, here is a blonde joke: How did the blonde die while raking leaves? She fell out of the tree! Thanks for reading the Laiken and Taylor Column. Email us at laikentaylor. if you would like to and enjoy doing these autumn activities. Winter will be here before you know it! Drayton Public School Lunch Menu Through Monday September 30th Thursday September 26th Chips, Carrots, Pineapple, Granola Bars, Yogurt, Juice, and Milk and Milk Monday September 30th Taco Salad with Toppings, Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and Mixed Vegetables, Pears, and Milk Milk Italian Dunkers with Sauce, Friday September 27th Green Beans, Applesauce, Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and and Milk Milk Hot Dogs with Toppings, St. Thomas Public School Lunch Menu Through Friday October 4th September Harvest Specials More Savings? Look for Our Special Coupon in thi Tiowsapaper. Thursday September 26th Tornados Chicken Nuggets Friday September 27th Cinamon Glazed Pancakes Macaroni and Cheese Monday September 30th Cereal Bean and Cheese Burritos Tuesday October 1 st Cheese Omelets Cheese Pizza Wednesday October 2nd French Toast Corn Dogs Thursday October 3rd Pizza Super Nachos Friday October 4th Tornados Italian Hot Pickets You Got Er In the Bag Otis! I A Chronicle o, 1 Red River Steamboating : i- Part 58  By K. C. Gardne r, Jr. Order Early! Earl the Penguin's Christmas Herring 12 Packs of Coke Products 2/: ;7.00 Delicately and Precisely Smacked, Just Once, with a Hammer Then Carefully Stuffed into a Zip Lock Bag, With the Slightest of Flop Earl Says, "1 know they're fresh because I smacked them myself. 1906 July 4- -The Grand Forks ran an Independence Day excursion to Oslo and back to Grand Forks, and the Fram took 250 passengers to Barlow's Grove and back on a YWCA excursion. It was the first time in the history of the East Grand Forks Transportation Co. that two steamers took excursions out at the same time. July 7--The Grand Forks left East Grand Forks for Drayton and other northern points. July 16--The Grand Forks took an excursion to Oslo and back to Grand Forks on Ringling Circus Day. July 22--There was a YWCA riverboat excursion on an unnamed boat. September 10--Captain Hayes took the government steamer to points north of Grand Forks to commence the dredging season. September 23--The Red River was very low and the East Grand Forks Transportation Company was having difficulty bringing in heavily loaded wheat barges. October 13--The Grand Forks came into East Grand Forks with several wheat barges from downriver. October 16--Captain Bruce Griggs, son of Alexander Griggs, stopped in Grand Forks on his way to Wenatchee, WA, from the Amazon River. An October 19 item said G.W. Foogman, a Grafton businessman and farmer, came in on the steamer from Acton with two barges of wheat that he transferred to railroad cars in Grand Forks and shipped to market. October 20--The Grand Forks was in with downriver wheat. November l 1--The Grand Forks was loading wheat atActon on what was supposed NFI Offer ends U/26/13 New approved customers only Ilease required} Hordwae availabte separately Other cooUitises apply. NFL, the NFL Shield design and the NFL SUNDAY TICKET name and logo are registered taderarks ol the NFL and its alfitiates. 2013 nlRECIV. Attention Hunters Storewide Sale, it'sBlG!!! check out our great deals 'fore they're gone to be its last trip of the season. It was going to tie up after reaching port, but didn't. November 16--Captain Lystad took the Grand Forks out in a snowstorm to bring in a load of wheat from Belmont and several other upriver points. November 17--Captain Hayes had the government boat and dredges in winter quarters. Most of the dredging during the year had been south of Grand Forks, but some was done between Grand Forks and Oslo. A November 23 announcement said that with the Red blocked with ice the Grand Forks just made it back into port from the south before freeze up. The season went about a week longer than the average. We pawn, appraise, consign, buy, trade, and sell new and used guns. 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