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Valley News & Views Page 5 October, 03, 2013 /'3ruoh with the/3 nc/ r I)7 Leo I/eaucllaml) On September 20th on this past week several of the "Busy" Brush Bunch, finally, got to go to Grand Forks to visit several former members we call the South Branch of the Brush Bunch. Three of whom live at Parkwood Senior Living; Adeline Belanus, Rosa Thorfinnson and Elaine Bratten. Trudy Leigh and Sandy Granger, also former members, who live in the Grand Forks area, joined us for the afternoon. We were greeted at the door by the former members and immediately served a very delicious lunch, a choice of fish or sloppy joes. With a lot of trimmings and desert to go along with the dinner. After some picture taking we were given the grand tour of the "Place" along with visiting each of their homes. We were very impressed and happy to see them in their wonderful surroundings. There are so many activities to take part in and yet they have their private homes and times The reason there was a "finally, at the start of this article goes back to earlier this year when we began making plans for this trip; 1st it was a winter storm on February 22nd. The next date was March 8th and that time we feared icy roads, turned out to be a nice day. The next date was March 27 with rising water and several were fighting water in the basement. After several tries Laurel made arrangements with]o Hirschthecoordinator of Parkwood and the rest was a perfect day. Much thanks is due to ]o our host and guide, the cooks and helpers who fed us, and to our "Taxi" driver Paul Brusseau. Shown is our group who enjoyed the day and the luncheon; Left to right, myself, Leo, Elaine Bratten, Amy Phillips, Mary Ellen Kirking, Trudy Leigh, Harry and Flo Helen, Leona Schneider, Laurel Brusseau, Rosa Thorfinnson, Frances Carrier, Sandy Granger and Adeline Belanus. A perfect day with our friends and the Busy Brush Bunch. Tuesday is back to work. A thought for all of us; "The greatest artist was once a beginner." Back When Continued From Page 2 trusting, mistrusted for cussing, and if it busts for trusting, gets cussed for busting." Herb Ion, one of the star football players, met with the misfortune of having his back badly hurt the first of the week. It is hoped that "Grizz" will be able to play in the game tomorrow against Halleck. September 29th, 1933 Red River Valley Leader Berlin was full of reports that there had been a split between Chancellor Hitler and his right-hand man, Capt. Herman Wilhelm Goering, premier of Prussia. These rumors ere given body by the fact that Hitler did not attend the ceremony at which Goering installed in office the new Prussian state council in the Berlin university. The beet harvest is in full swing in Walsh, Pembina and Grand Forks counties in the district supervised by A. G. Quamme of Grafton. This district has beet fields of 5,860 acres and 180 growers and eight stations with loading equipment. It is estimated that the crop in this district will bring in at least $270,000 in cash. Highway 44'sfirst automobile ......... tragedy occurred Thursday night at nine o'clock when Henry Mantray, 21, fell off a truck and was run over, dying instantly. The accident occurred about three miles north of Bowesmont. Mantray who was working with a traveling show which was on its way to play at Argyle, Minn., stepped out on the running board while the truck was in motion to see if all the load were riding securely. His foot slipped and he dropped to the ground, with the back wheel passing over the upper part of his body. Drayton won $100 first money Sunday in the Grand Forks Harvest Festival baseball tournament from a fast Walhalla team by a score of 4 to 2. Down Our Street braved rain & cold temperatures for the 1/2 marathon. Runners started & finished at Choice Health Fitness. Stephanie completed the marathon 1:02:04; maintaining 10:04 man/mile. Congrats! That evening, Brent Peterson celebrated his 50th birthday in Drayton at his parent's Jim & Sheila Peterson. Also attending: Gerry Jorde, brother Todd & nephew Inn. A UND Sioux cake made by Marie Pribula was served. Brent says his favorite gift was a wallet made from duck tape. It will coordinate with his duck taped LIND sweats, hairbrush, & all other personal items requiring the 'home repair kit.' September 29th: LeeAnn VanCamp celebrated her 47th with her usual theme based party. This year, it was a superhero free-for-all. LeeAnn donned 'Batman' pj's along with high heeled black boots & head gear. On hand for the festivities; husband Darin Johnson, Mom Charlene VanCamp, sons Matthew, 25 & Mitchell, 24, & daughter Miranda, 17. Nephew Brandon VanCamp, Suzanne (Bates) Johnson & daughter Taylor, 16. Other guests were picked up along the way. The 'caped crusaders' hit Southgate for photo opportunities followed by The Bun Lounge to have a toast with bartender "Harry". The group ate dinner at Whitey's in EGE Joe Black's was the Continued From Page 3 final stop. The party wound down by 9:00 pm.when the metamorphosis back occurs: yawns followed by bouts of 'nodding off'. The spanx underneath are defying gravity & all your assets are betraying you. Anyway, have to start planning for next years' Something About Mary' party. September 29th: Tom Silewski (Stephen, MN) & 1980 graduate DHS attended the 39th annual Goosefest in Middle River, MN with friends Roger & Georgie Nelson (Stephen). Goosefest celebrates the Canada goose & to fully appreciate the fowl, an exquisite goose quesadilla is a heralded fare. September 27th-28th: I spent a 'girls weekend' with best friend Susie (Rasmussen) Lange at her cabin outside of Long Prarie, MN. Before hitting the long road, I had my hair trimmed at LeeAnn VanCamp's D'Laj salon in EGE Suzanne Johnson trimmed & styled my unruly mop followed by a photo session to document myvisit. I was surprised with a birthday discount. During the month of October, clients can request pink hair strip dye or pink hair feathers. All pink product purchases donate $1.00 to Susan Koman foundation. The cabin was a remote oasis! Masterfully handcrafted by Troy & Susie it's impossible to believe they didn't have running water & used a 5 gallon pail as a restroom. We took in karoke Bowesmont Lives Continued From Page 3 Linda Hoselton had lunch at Shannigan's in Grafton Sept. 25th The prayer service for Bonnie Lembke of St. Thomas was held at the Cavalier Evangelical Free Church Thursday Sept. 26th and her funeral was held the next day. She was killed in a head:on colliSioff near Keene, ND. Merv and Phyllis Holter and Craig and Ann Holter, Cassie and Case of Wilimar were among those attending the prayer service and funeral. Craig, Ann and family spent the weekend visiting Merv and Phyllis. Steve Marciniak's birthday was Sept. 27th He had many visitors helping him celebrate 25th27th including Peter Marciriiak and Denise, Ruth Green, Ruby Dybedal, Marlene Dorian of Minneapolis, Nancy Billings. Gayle McConnell and Saralee Hoseltonwere among those attending the Bazaar, Food Sale and Luncheon held Sept. 27th at the Drayton United Methodist Church. Mike and Judy Stellon went to their lake home near Warroad Sept. 27th Sept. 28th Richard and Gayle McConnell, Kriss Tucker and Ella McWilliams attended the wedding of Gayle's niece Eryn Debuhr and Jason ]ager at St. John's Church in Bonanzaville, West Fargo. Richard, Gayle, Kriss and Ella spent the night with Mike, Rachel and Ava Wittrock and returned home Sunday. The Family Value Combo 2 (5 oz.) Filet Mignons 2 (5 oz.) Top Sirloins 4 Boneless Chicken Breasts (1 lb. pkg.) 4 (4 oz,) Omaha Steaks Burgers 4 (3 oz.) Gourmet Jumbo Franks 4 Stuffed Baked Potatoes 48829EMJ ListS154.00 $: 099 ..... Now Only ............ J) Limit of 2 packages a~d 4 FRE~ bl.~rg~ecs per address. Standard S&H will be applied pe~ address. Fcee Burgars musl shi~ ~th orders of $ 39 oi (~lore. Hurry! rhis offer expires 11/15/I 3. ~2013 O(G 1156021 Omaha Steak~, ~n~. Plus You Get... 4 More Omaha Steaks Burgers FREE ~, address. September 4th, 1956 Drayton Leader A complaint was filed by St. Elizabeth's Hospital regarding the condition of the Home Cafe and asking tht the building be removed. The building commissioner was instructed to take action regarding this building. The Commercial Club met at regular meeting on Tuesdy evening with plans for a swimming pool fund raising campaign the topic of the evening. Supt. Warren Loberg has announced that the high school was closed onTuesday Continued on Page 6 now i ca SUCCESS" Marie Osrnond Long-Term Care_ManagementOpportunitiel at I KNiF] IVE I Life River Care Center; an 86-bed long ar fac it B ulah,: I ::has the following management opportunitiesi : : : [ Dietar Mana er; re nares CDM and prior experience Y g q < I I Nude Supervisor; requires RN and pr!or: : I [ i. b!rector orNursing;requires ltlq ~:~ prior ~ence : I i Q ified emadidates may apply at wikrc d Org and send to: I I I Knife RiVer Care Center; Attn: Human ReSOurces; 118 22nd Street I I NE! Beulah, ND 58523 or Call (701) 873-3123. I by DJ Dallas at 12 Mile Tavern in Swanville, population 5. The venue was tame; men & women sat on opposite sides of bar. We departed the unassuming gig with a "Sweet Home Chicago". Cat calls & applause rang as we made our 'Blues Brothers' style exit. The following day, Susie & I visited Little Falls & the Charles Lindbergh house & interpretive center. Built in 1910's, Lindbergh's childhood home overlooks the Mississippi River. His 1st encounter with aircraft was interesting. He says "...I heard an unusually loud engine noise...There was an airplane flying up river below the treetops on the banks... carrying passengers from a field near Little Falls'We lunched at A.T. The Black & White restaurant. Opened in 1931, neon letters from the town's original drive-in movie theater named Airport adorn one entire wall. My favorite store was Gumdrop Tree Toys; carrying one-of-a-kind & hard-to-find toys. I bought a cap bomb & ammo along with can walkers for Inn. Our final evening consisted of fettucine with white garlic The Drayton Cemetery Association would like to thank the following for their memorial donations: lEAN ANDERSON MEMORIALS Brian and Clarice Karboviak Pete and Marie Anderson Jim and Joanie Evenson Andy and Cheryl Adamson Bob and Mary Lou Stewart Larry and Harriet Scharmer Harris and Lorraine Olson Raymond Stewart Margaret Torrey HARVEY ANDERSON MEMORIAL John and Karen Schumacher MANGELINE CARLSON KIRKEBY MEMORIALS Buck and Penny Evenson Gerrie Evenson Marlys Evenson Dale and Leona Edblom Nancy and Brad Nelson Pete and Marie Anderson JESSIE HALCROW MEMORIAL Margaret Torrey EDITH VANCAMP MEMORIAL Margaret Torrey LILLIAN FERGUSON MEMORIAL Margaret Torrey BECKY HUMBLE MEMORIAL Margaret Torrey sauce along with huge in the shell shrimp. We tuned into Saturday Night Live; I was nodding offby 11:00. Sunday morning, Susie & I said our goodbyes. See you in Fargo on the 27th Susie-! The Drayton Ambulance Service would like to thank the following for their memorial donations: JESSIE HALCROW MEMORIAL ]oyce McFarland ADELINE PAPENFIJSS MEMORIALS Margery Steenerson Barb Steenerson Richard and Marilyn Paulson Darlene Larson Dale and Marlene Aasand Ron and Corrinne Chapman Everett and Jan Aasand Jim and Gloria Gebur Harvey and Lorna Anderson LILLIAN FERGUSON MEMORIALS Ron and Roberta Corrick Don and Lisa Staskivige Phoebe Anderson John Holler Ron and Corrinne Chapman Mike and Tracy Emanuelson Shirley Bill EDITH VAN CAMP MEMORIALS Marvin and Clarice Mosolf Mike and Tracy Emanuelson Shirley Bill Harvey and Lorna Anderson Andrew and Becky Duncklee Merle and Marlys Nelson JEAN ANDERSON MEMORIALS Richard and Marilyn Paulson Ron and Corrinne Chapman Everett and Jan Aasand Ardyce Woinarowicz Mike and Tracy Emanuelson Phoebe Anderson Carol Boyle Jean Peppard Lavern and Sharon Grundstrom Everett and MaryWheeler Lyle and LesaVanCamp Harvey and Lorna Anderson Robert and Marsha Klein Lillian Heine Lyle and Glenda Erickson Merle and Marlys Nelson Doris ]ensen Irene Anderson Jason and KarlWoinarowicz Robert Westling Wallace and Becky Keller Jim and Gloria Gebur A Gay and Bev ]ensen Raymond and Sharon Hanson Tom and Linda Grzadzieleski Deidre and Deanna Anderson Dean and Betty Staskivige with 86 Soil Productivity & 160.4 cropland acres located northeast of Cavalier, ND. Legal: NW~A See 21-162N-53W, Bathgate Township Deeded Acres: 160 +I- FSA Cropland Acres: 160.4 Soil Productivity Index: 86 2012 Real Estate Taxes: $2,202.05 Announcements made sale day take ,al bid has been taken & accepted. Nikolaisen. Auctioneer's #95L ! ii ! 7 : !! i7!11 ~: i i i i i .... I i i ii iiii !ii!! i iil t