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Emily Abernathey and Cole Feland chosen
as 2014 MLS Homecoming Queen and King













2014 MLS Royal Court, left to right: Prince William Rogers, Princess Callie Carlson, Princess Madeline Solemsaas, Prince Trevor Evanger, Queen Emily Abernathey, King Cole Feland, Princess Aubree Vendsel, and Prince Connor Brackenbury.

Homecoming Week at Mohall Lansford Sherwood (MLS) wrapped up last week. MLS student body selected their candidates for the Royal Court the week before and the Homecoming Coronation was held on Wednesday, September 17th. Selected by the student body to reign as the King and Queen during the 2014 Homecoming activities were Queen Emily Abernathey and King Cole Feland. Other members of the senior class chosen to represent the Royal Court were: Princess - Callie Carlson, Madeline Solemsaas, and Aubree Vendsel; Prince - Connor Brackenbury, Trevor Evanger, and William Rogers. During the Coronation program the candidates participated in the game show - Name That Flavor. Coronation MC’s were Morgan Raap and Becca Schoenberg. Crown bearers were Dylon Hardy and Mercedes Espeseth, with Natalina Porcello as the Messenger. Crowning this year’s Homecoming King and Queen were Janessa Fritel and Travis Fritel, faculty members at MLS.

Each day of the week was designated as a special day. Monday, September 15th was Rock ‘n’ Roll Day; Tuesday, September 16th was Pajama Day; Wednesday, September 17th was Prom Disaster Day for the high school, and Favorite Person Day for the elementary; Thursday, September 18th was Throwback Thursday for the high school, and Caps and Shades Day for the elementary; and Friday, September 19th was Spirit Day. The theme chosen for this year’s Homecoming was Can’t Get Away From A Good Time.















Pictured above: MLS Freshmen Class won the float competition with their entry “Pound Parshall”.

The Homecoming Parade was held on Friday afternoon, September 19th. There were over 30 entries in this year’s parade. The school-related floats were judged in three different categories - attractiveness, effort, and slogan. Winning the top three prizes were: 1st place ($50) - Freshmen class with their float entitled “Pound Parshall”; 2nd place ($25) was won by the Sophomore class with their float “Wreck the Braves”; and 3rd place ($10) went to the 7th grade class with their float “Home of the Mavs”.

The MLS - Mohall Student Council was in charge of organizing the Homecoming activities and they expressed their appreciation to all those who supported or participated in the events.

Tuesday, September 16th, the MLS Volleyball team hosted Rugby for their Homecoming match and were defeated by the Panthers 3 sets to 2. The Homecoming football game was played on Friday, September 19th against the Parshall/White Shield Braves. It was a victorious Homecoming for the Mavericks, as they won that contest by a score of 22 to 8.

Following the football game, the Homecoming Dance was held to end the week’s events.

Good Samaritan Society - Mohall to
celebrate Founder’s Day September 28th



Good Samaritan Society – Mohall will celebrate Founder’s Day on Sunday, September 28th. The day will begin at 9:00 a.m. with a worship service led by Pastor Todd Olson in the Center’s dining room.

At 2:00 p.m., the Moen Family of Upham, North Dakota, (pictured above) will provide musical entertainment. Coffee and snacks will be served at 3:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend all events.

The birthplace of the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society is here in North Dakota. The organization was founded by Rev. August “Dad” Hoeger, who had a vision to provide care and services to seniors and other people in need. The Good Samaritan Society was incorporated on September 29th, 1922, and opened its first home, which was a six-room rented house, on March 1st, 1923, in Arthur, North Dakota.

Over the years, the Good Samaritan Society has grown from serving a handful of people to being the nation’s largest not-for-profit provider of senior care and services. Today, the Society operates more than 240 locations in 24 states.

The Good Samaritan Society’s goal is to emulate the traits modeled by Jesus; specifically the traits of compassion, honesty, perseverance, joy, humility, acceptance, courage, and love. It is their obligation to strive to apply these traits in all that they do. This is the Good Samaritan Society Way.

Scenes from MLS Homecoming


MLS Pep Band, under the direction of Barb Nelson-Schach, marched in the Homecoming Parade.



Pictured left to right on their horses are: Chad Schmidt, Madison Schmidt, and Garret Schmidt.

Lansford Fall Fair
Saturday, September 27th

The Lansford Fall Fair will be held this Saturday, September 27th at the Lansford Community Center from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The annual event is sponsored by the church women’s groups of Lansford, and includes a Harvest Basket of Bounty Raffle and a lunch of barbecues, pie, and bars.

Vendors’ tables will be filled with all your favorite crafts, kitchen goods, fashion accessories, skin care, travel plans, and cleaning products.




























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