Archive - Feb 14, 2013
For a young, newlywed couple, an exciting and often unknown future is in store. Newlyweds Tommy and Sasha Newman, Valley City, have already made memories as a married couple that will last them a lifetime.
With Valentineâs Day today, romance is in the air, but Sasha said Tommy was romantic from the start.
âHe was really good for me; he would do anything for me,â she said.
Willard Boyer claims to know the secret to staying married for 62 years. âItâs easy,â he said. âJust do everything Ma says,â
Margaret Boyer was a bit less comic as she looked at her husband with a twinkle, âI just love being with him.â
Willard has been married to his sweetheart Margaret since soon after he returned from World War II where he was on a PT boat. Margaret had just finished nursing school and was working in Elgin, N.D., as a registered nurse.
For Vicky and Terry Jones the secret of staying together for 28 years and happily married for 22 years is being able to understand each other.
Said Terry, âTo love and laugh. Youâve just got to work it out. Everything is not easy.â
Said Vicky, âI feel it (the marriage) gets better every year.â
Terry added, âIt feels like youâre the right hand and the left hand. Each knows what the other is doing.â
The couple owns Vickyâs Viking Room, and Vicky is definitely the boss of the business.
Special to the Times-Record
National Wear Red Day, the kick-off to American Heart month was Friday, Feb. 1 and the Sheyenne Care Center took the challenge in more ways than one. On Feb. 1, most of the staff dressed in red to remind staff, residents, and visitors to choose a heart healthy change to reduce their risk of heart disease.