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Drayton , North Dakota
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11 Valley News & Views .... ~t ~77~ ~7~i~iiiiiiiiiiiiii~ Page 3 November 17th, 2011 d :: ...... Merv and Phyllis Holter left Nov. 8th for Bemidji to visit and Derk and Jolene Maggert family. On Wednesday they also visited Telitha Bradseth. The following day they went to Willmar to visit the Craig and Ann Holter family. Merv and Phyllis returned home Sunday; on the way they Center and later the Russell Stover Candy Store. They spent the night at Council Bluffs, IA. While they were there Saralee took Linda out to supper at Famous Dave's to celebrate her birthday. The tour concluded Nov. 13th as they arrived back home. Wednesday Steve and went to Valley City where le First Sunday of Every Month the they visited Randy and Kathy Ellen Marciniak and their Bowl Senior Center. Everyone welcome! Greuneich. guest Marge Thomas were [ one Builder Exercise Class - Mondays, Linda Hoselton of Grafton visited by four generations: and Saralee Hoselton leftRuth Fitzgerald, her [Wednesdays and Fridays beginning at 1030 a.m. Tuesday Nov. 8th to be part daughter Zenith Fitzgerald, [ |ngO" Every Monday at 2 p.m. of the "Branson Stars" bus her granddaughter Carla tour arranged by KodaBank. Potts, and her great- and Malice) Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. Clinic (Foot Care) 4th 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. FORWARD AT STORY HOUR November Story Hour for you hear stories like NG & HARRIS r :~ c aft weU:m e a sneaker & at 9:15 I; Tracy's Dayc re: i0i00AM 1st Grade at i .5 M, :: iii!q!!!!!!!!~!i!;!!!!!!!!;!;!;!i!;!;!;!!;;!;!ii!!iii!i;il;iil;i!i;ii!!;!! presented atthe Drayton chooL Two Perfo e s; 4 call 70i ~5~' I l:03for available space. I Saturday December 3rd - 100th Birthday Open [ House lionoring Esther King, at Tisdale Manor on ] Saturday December 3rd, form 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Come I help her celebrate, I December 8th - lOth - Draytor Robotics Team Campus in Fargo. Everyone is encouraged to consider a tr{p to tlae big city to support our young [ mthelr first time ever Regional Competition I Sunday November 20th - Celebrate Christmas at the Garner Home - 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. $10 per ticket. Entertainment will be provided. Proceeds go to the St. Thomas Preservation Society. November 2Ist - Foot and Wellness - 8:30 a.m. until .... Senior Citizen Center November 26th- Boys Basketball St. Thomas, C/IV/V, against Four Winds, at1 p.m. 28th- Recycling Vbit our website at '1 1 'll Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule November 2011 Transportation for people of all ages for medical appointments, shopping, visiting, banking, hair appointments, etc. rtatiOnns Day i ii ii !itiiiiii ........ iving Holiday ' iiiiii i i i i i Transportation In Drayton- Fare $3 Monday, Wednesda3 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 & Views, PO Box 309, Drayton, N.D. 58225- 0309. 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 The first day they travelled to St. Joseph, MO, where they spent the night. On Wed. they stopped at the Bass Pro Outdoor World before arriving at the Hampton Inn in Branson. There they joined Saralee's sister Jean Anderson of Walla Walla, who had flown in to enjoy the entertainment part of the tour. That evening the group had dinner at the Grand Plaza Hotel and then went to the show put on by SIX. The following day saw the group attend 3 very different shows: "The Twelve Irish Tenors" in the morning, "The Shoji Tabuchi Show" in the afternoon, and "The Baldknobbers Jamboree" in the evening. There were no shows scheduled for the morning of Nov. llth so Saralee accompanied Bonnie Wiskus of Wishek to the Titanic Exhibit. The other tour members went to The Grand Village for shopping. Saralee joined them for lunch at Cracker Barrel and they then went to "The Dutton Family Show." That evening they had dinner at Montana Mike's, after which they went to the Moon River Theater for the "Andy Williams Christmas Show." Those on the 'bus tour left Saturday Nov. 12th and on the return trip home they toured The Precious Moments Chapel andVisitors grandson Tycel; they all were from Browning, MT. Thursday they also visited Ruby Dybedal of Roseau and Ruth Green of Karlstad. The Fitzgerald family returned to Montana Friday. Thursday Landon Mapel of Mayville came to visit Mike and Judy Stellon for several days. Chester and Donna Kalka visited Marjorie Tully and Myrtle Kemp on Friday. On Veteran's Day Joe and Doris Kilichowski were among those attending the Membership Pot Luck Dinner held at the Sugar Bowl Senior Citizen's Center. On Saturday Brad Kalka, Taryn and Chase of Grand Forks visited Chester and Donna Kalka. Marvin and Clarice Mosolf had dinner Sunday with Floyd Hackenschmidt and Melvin and Vicki Webb of Cavalier. Ruth Green of Karlstad and Ashley Gunderson of Hallock visited Steve and Ellen Marciniak on Sunday. Sunday evening Merv and Phyllis Holter went to Hallock to help Jolene Nyegaard celebrate her birthday. Steve and Ellen Marciniak took Marge Thomas to Grand Forks where she 'boarded a 'plane and returned to her Douglas, GA, home on Monday. IJ aah with the IJutnch! by Leo rJect tchct tp I was looking through my picture file for something appropriate for this time of the year and found this painting by one of our more recent "retirees". Rosa Thorfinnson came to the brush Bunch in 1981 from the Mountain area at the same time as Dolores Johnson. Rosa was a very active, water colorist, in the club until her retirement to the Big City of Grand Forks. The painting shown is a preview of what is to come to our area (snow). Lots of snow on the ground in front of an old shed with an old wagon and wood fence. We visited Rosa in Grand Forks in 2008 with a Continued On Page 6 Attorney at Law 910 Hill Ave. PO Box 70 EMT!!st Res Open to Ages ! 4 and Above Don't Delay Classes Start December !st Call Rob Now to Learn Morel 454-3317 or 454-6 ! 03 Emaih 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. ~!!!iiiiiiil;i!i;iii:~;iiii;;iiiii;iiil;!~ E-mail!!i;;i!gSAt !ii!;;i!ii~;i]iiii~ !i!i!iii~;~iiiiiiii,iii!;ill i~;!!~i!~iiiiiiiiii Larson's Lefse !0 Lefse in a package $10.00 per package Please call by Mon., Nov. 21st for your Thanksgiving order. Tammy Larson (701)454-6546 Tree of Light Drayton's Tree of Light Memorial is a way to remember and honor deceased loved ones during the Christmas season. We invite you to the Tree o(Lig~t memorial service to be held during Old Fashioned Christmas," December 3, 2011, when loved ones will be recognized and a candle lit in their memory., To symbolize the remembrances through the holidays, the large Christmas tree in Heritage Square will shine with white lights and names of those remembered will be displayed alongside. You may send in the same name(s) as last )'ear and as many names as you wish. Tree of Li~h~ is for everyone you wish to remember, regardless of" whether they are known in the Drayton community, A donation is suggested for each honoree. Any gift is welcomed mad proceeds go to out' own Drayton Area Community Foundation, a new permanent endowment fund that to date has awarded grants totaling $8t04.00 tbr non-profit needs in the Drayton area. Every donation will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the ND Community Foundation, doubling your gift's impact in the community. Deadline is NOVEMBER 30. Please use the lbrm below; copies and information are also available at KodaBank 454-3317 or by emailing daqFti?draytonmt com. Tree of Li t MEMO'RIAL u I'm making a $ ................ gift in rnemory o( ................................... . c~ I prefer not to give a gift at tiffs time but would like to remember: My relationship to the above person(s): My name & phone My mailing address City State ____ Zip Make checks payable to: Drayton Area Community Foundation ] Mail c/oRob Boil, KodaBank, PO Box 369, Drayton ND 58225-0369. For Drayton's Old Fashioned Christmas Saturday, December 3rd Call 70 ! -454-33 ! 7/6 ! 03 Or Emaih 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. l Taking care of all ofyou. Altru Clinic - Drayton is devoted to serving our community. With access to a variety of services and specialties, we're able to get you the care you need. Call us, (701)454-3311. Altru Clinic - Drayton 1003 N. Main Drayton, ND i'