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Valley News and Views Page 3 November 21st 2013 On the Trail of Captain Morgan The Valley News and Views is on the trail of Captain Morgan, famed privateer of old. I admit, North Dakota is a heck of a place to start the search, but we do have internet out here in these parts as well as a fine stage coach line. The plan, knock on wood, is to try to catch his path in in a glory and gold, oh yea, snacks too, expedition to the Caribbean this February. Following his trail through a little island hopping and wreck diving. Hoping to find a story or two there and put out the paper, at least in part, from somewhere out there as well, so some work involved. Can't pay your way, but if you're a diver or handy with camera or pen you might consider signing on. All booty will be shared. If you'd like to get certified for the trip, Mick's Dive Shop will be holding a certification class the weekend of December 6. You'll still have to be handed off to an instructor and complete the required open water portion of the certification in the caribbean, Contact the paper for details. I'm certified but will be taking portions of the class as a refresher. Still in the development stages. If you're interested, contact the paper. Sausage of the Week Grandpa's Old Time Sausage with Garlic is this week's featured Sausage of the Week. Grandpa's beenbusytrying to keep up with the demand for this tasty tube of meat. I also heard that Grandpa is going over the hill this week and that Grandpa's Garlic could be this year's official Christmas Sausage. Kip's Soup du Jour I was running too fast today and missed out on Kip's Soup du lour, which this day was ham and potato. I'm not a real potato soup fan in the first place, so would have been poor judge anyway. But I can still say that any of his soups I've tried, which are many, they're always good. Calendar ot: Even ts Sugar Bowl Senior Center Regular Activities Noon Potluck - The First Sunday of Every Month at the Sugar Bowl Senior Center. Everyone welcome! Bone Builder Exercise Class - Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays beginning at 1030 a,m, ingo, Every Monday at 2 p.m. a rcls (Spite and Malice) Wednesdays at i:30 p.m = Health Maintenance Clinic (Foot Care)4th Monday of each month from 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. STORY LADY SAYS "DON'T BUG ME" In November most of the bugs, bees and creepy crawlies are long gone, except for those at Pembina County Library Story Hour for Drayton. A variety of them will be covered including THE SICK BUG GOES TO SCHOOL, PEST FEST, & DIARY OF A WORM. We'll be going on a "Bug Hunt" for our write-your-own-story, and the flannel graph story will be "The Very Lonely Firefly". For our craft we'll make Lucky Lady Bug. Fly over to one of these locations: Tracy's Day Care Nov. 18th at 10:00AM; Drayton Preschool Nov. 19th at 9:30AM & I:30PM and Drayton Kindergarten al0:00AM; Drayton 1st Grade Nov. 21st at 12:30PM. Drayton AA Now Meeting Thursdays at 8 p.m, Call 218-526-0264 for additional information. December 7th Drayton's Old Fashioned Christlnas - Really, it's not that far off. Vendors start planning, idea folks, let's hear your ideas, early. Everyone else, plan on attending. Everyone welcome to pitch in, After all, it is Christmas. Almost. Interests,ideas, projec i programs and the like, email this paper at valleynv@ polarcomm.com I Phil the Rat Sinls Sinatra In the Animfls' I Repubc - Saturday December 14th - In the [ Republic s Amphitheater under the stars. Begins at 8 p.m, I Don't forget to bring a heavy blanket. Later, dance to e crazy Calypso sounds ofVinny louse and his orchestra. Got an Event? Know of An Event? Let Us Know So We Can :: Post It Here. Call it, walk it, mail it or email it in. Call 454-6333 or email valleynv@polarcomm.com Subscribe to the Valley News and Views Online www.valleynv.om Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule November 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 00Bowesmont by Saralee Hosd Phyllis Holter had lunch November 7th in Grand Forks with Romanzo and Evelyn Duncklee of Emerado. Later they visited Mildred Flach in Maple View. Merv and Phyllis Holter went to Red Wing Nov. 8th to visit Derk and Jolene Maggert and family. Craig and Ann Holter Cassie and Case of Willmar were also visiting at that time. While they were there they celebrated Mackenzie Maggert's 8th birthday. Nov. 12th Saralee Hoselton was among those attending the Veteran's Day dinner hosted by Drayton Post #159 American Legion at Hasting's Landing. The next day Saralee HoseltontookLindaHoselton out for lunch at Shannigan's Restaurant in Grafton in a belated celebration of Linda's birthday. Saralee Hoselton met Lynette Restemayer at the Main Street Bistro in Cavalier for lunch Nov. 14th. That evening Mike and Judy Stellon, Ross Mapel, Dan Mapel, Nancy Billings and Don Baldock & Jeff Baldock of East Grand Forks were among those attending the Teen Challenge Banquet at St. Edward's Catholic Church. Friday night Mike and Judy Stellon met Don Baldock, Scott Baldock, Jeff Baldock and his son Gage for supper at the Big Sioux Truck Stop. Saaralee Hoselton left Nov. 15th to spend the weekend with Adam, Catie, Mack and MickiHoseltonatRichardton. On the way Saralee had lunch at Sabir's in Valley City with Mary Ann Sheets- Hanson. Matt and Abbey Linster, Chloe, Kennadie, and Macie of Drayton and Shirley Linster of Dickinson were also visiting. The group attended the prayer service Friday evening and the funeral for Lorine Messer (Shirley's mother) at the St. Vincent's Catholic Church in Mott. Later Saturday evening they went out for supper at E1 Sombrero Restaurant in Dickinson and Shirley returned to her home. The Matt and Abbey Linster family and Saralee returned to their respective homes on Sunday. Phyllis Holter visited A.D. Duncklee on Sunday. Marvin and Clarice Mosolf were among those attending the benefit for Chris Auen Sunday night at the Drayton public school. I'Jt,uah with the IJunch. r I)3' I,ec Beatlcllalnl) On June llth, 2013, the Brush Bunch was Busy setting up paintings and works of art for sale at "Hattie's Gift Shop" located at Frost Fire, in preparation for the 29th theatre seasonal performance of Meredith Willson's Music Man on Saturday June 29th. The accompanying picture shows Dave and Lori Gray, Amy Phillips, Laurel Brusseau and Ruth Danielson deciding the best plan of action. Sylvia Moore and I (Leo) were working in the background. Hattie's Gift Shop is an old farm house moved on the Frost Fire grounds from the Hattie Rudd farm located near by. Artisans from the area display their products at the gift shop which are for sale to the shoppers who come to the summer theatre. My last article drew a lot of comments, from the Brush Bunch, for all the mistakes I made in spelling and word use. If you still have your copy of the article check it out. I issued a challenged to some of the Brush Bunch members to e-mail me a list of my mistakes with a "promise" of a prize. I received several responses. The prize? I offered them the chance to Continued on Page 6 Attorney at Law 910 Hill Ave. PO Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701)352-0916 Farmland Sales and l,eases Real Estate and Busines s Planning Estate Planning, Probate and Tax Licensed in North Dakota and Minnesota 1 I Happy 60th Anniversary November 23rd q Taryn, Greg, Julie, Jeff and Susan III and Families. dl Birthday Party For Ann Soderfelt Friday December 6th From 4 to 6 p,m. Sugar Bowl Senior Center Main Street Drayton Cake and Ice Cream Will Be Served No Gifts Please Tree of Light Draylon's Tree of Light Memorial is a way to remember and honor deceased loved ones during the Christmas season. We invite .you Io the Tree of t_ight memorial service to be held during Old Fashioned Christmas, December 7, 2013, when loved ones will be recognized and a candle lit in their memory. To symbolize the remembrances through the bolidays, the large Christmas tree in Heritage Square will shine with white lights and names of those remembered will be displayed alongside. New this year will be a pictorial memorial, so please send in a photograph if you can. You may send in the same name(s) as last year and as many names as you wish. Tree o( Ligh[ 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 and proceeds go to our own Drayton Area Community Foundation, a new permanent endowment fund that to date has awarded grants totaling $13,228.00 for non profit needs in the Drayton area. Every donation will be matched by money' from the ND Community Foundation. nearly doubling your gift's impact in the community. Deadline is DECEMBER 2. Please use the form below; copies and information are also available at KodaBank 454-3317, online at wwwdraytonND.com or by emailing dacf(adrdytormd, com. Tree of Light MEMOR,At Honoree Name(s): I'm making a $ gift to Drayton Area Community Foundation -a Please use accompanying pholo (or email to dacflF'drtytormd.com) Please use the photo I submitted last year My relationship to the above person(s): My name My telephone Mailing address City State Zip Make checks payable to: Drayton Area Community Foundation Marl c/oRob Boll, KodaBank, PO Box 369, Drayton, ND 58225-03#9. Hasting's ' Landing Restaurant, 909 N, Main Street Drayton Call Early To Make Reservations For Your Holiday Gatherings * * * Sunday Buffet* * * 10:00 a.m. to ! :00 p.m. Homemade Soups and Lunch Specials Daily Call for the Day's Special 701.454-3425 Open Tuesday.Saturday from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Sundays from !0 a.m. to I p.m. d Gertrute Frog Says, "1 subscribe to the Valley Hews and Views simply because it tastes so good. And it doesn't strain my eyes. Great Christmas Gift." E-mail Us At valleynv@polarcomm.com : ; :