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I Page 8 Golden Valley News April 19, 2012 Miranda Dietz, Kaylene Kreitinger, Destiny Portanova and Allyssa Zook act a scene involving a haunted house. (Courtesy Photo) moves into a house that's haunted - by circus animals. It seems the house has been built over a circus animal cemetery. A psychic is called in to help the animals on to their next world, but the cure, as the family finds out, is worse than the disease. Other parts of the play including scenes titled "Saturday the 14th," "The Extortionist," "Paranormal Sensitivity," and "Nightmare on Oak Street." Szudera has been the play direc- tor for nine years, during which there were 17 plays. She is turning the reins over to Beach High School English teacher Brianna McDaniel. "It's been a lot of fun, and I'm sure I will miss it - especially the Play (Continued from Page 1) Jake Hardy, Bobby Szudera and Lloyd Weinreis don hockey masks for a scene in "Scariest Play - Eved" (Courtesy Photo) kids," said Szudera. "They are great and always make me laugh. I guess that's why it's called a come- dy!" There is no admission fee; it's the seniors' gift to the community. eye wash station used to prevent injury in the event of corrosive materials entering the eyes; accord- ing to OSHA. A repeat citation is issued when an employer previous- ly has been cited for the same or a similar violation of a standard, reg- ulation, or rule at any other facility in federal enforcement states within the last five years. Cyclone was Explosion (Continued from Page 1) cited for an open side platform in 2008 at a Lambert. Mont., facility and for a violation related to an eye wash station in Meeker, Colo., in 2010, according to OSHA. The serious violations include allegedly failing to install connect- ing pins in the derrick, repairing damaged stairs, providing an opera- ble fire extinguisher, guarding rotat- ing machinery parts, providing elec- trical covers, and repairing or replacing damaged and improperly strung flexible cords. A serious vio- lation occurs when there is substan- tial probability that death or serious physical harm could result from a hazard about which the employer knew or should have known, according to the OSHA statement. When the 2012 North Dakota State Fair Exhibitor Hand Books arrived in the mail last week, sever- al residents in the area were sur- prised to see a pictm(e of Kyle Schulte on the front cover. Kyle is the son of Darrel and Heidi Schulte from Hebron, and the grandson of Larry and Shirley Schulte. The Darrel Schulte family was from Golva. Neither rain, snow, sleet nor the dark of night could keep our faithful mailman Darin Maus from his appointed rounds, but this past week on Monday, a bout of pneumonia sent him to St. Joseph's Hospital to spend a few days. He came home on Thursday, and we hope he will be south of Wibaux. Joe and Arlys Kreitinger had all of their family home. Their sons John, Mike and Scott and their fam- ilies were here from Dickinson, Frank and his family from Fargo, and Kaylene from Golva. On Saturday, Frank and Raenette host- ed a first birthday party for their daughter at the W. P. Nistler Memorial Building in Golva. On Easter Sunday all the Kreitinger families enjoyed dinner at the ranch home of Ken and Ceil Stedman north of Beach. Besides the Joe Kreitinger family, Bernice Kreitinger, Jacob and Justin Weinreis of Golva, Bruce Kreitinger from Williston and the Steve going full for~~e again s~or~ ~JKreitinge$~ family .from ,Wibaux ~:~' :, Speaking of rain, our area could were present. sure use some We are very dr']. The soil is blowing from one field to another, and some is even sifting in and piling up on the windowsills of our homes. Several in the area had guests for Easter. Jim and Mary Ann Schillo had their daughters, Jamelle from Bismarck, and Kendra from Berthold home to spend the week- end. Over the weekend, Sarah, Laiken and Bennett Ross of Bismarck were guests at the Duane and Bobbie Maus home. On Easter several members of the Maus fami- lies were guests at the home of David and Barb Maus, who live AI and Gerrianne Hartse hosted a large group for Easter dinner at their home in Dickinson. Several members of both the Finneman and Hartse families were present. They said that the guests came from all directions, and met in the middle for a very nice meal and enjoyable day of visiting. Larry and Shirley Schulte drove to Circle, Mont., to have Easter din- ner with their daughter and son-in- law, Susan and Jerry Erlenbusch. Jerry's parents, Ervin and Donna Erlenbusch from Kinsey, Mont., and his uncle A1 from Miles City were also guests at their home. James and Elaine Kremers spent We had Mass in the chapel on Thursday, exercises, and then went downtown on the bus to do our shopping. In the afternoon, LeAnn Sims' daycare kids came for an outdoor Easter egg hunt, making crosses out of twigs and then had cupcake treats for dessert. We always enjoy having young kids come for an activity. The two Judys, Ridenhower and Vincent, and Gloria Hendry did our hair. In the afternoon, we had coffee and goodies. Norita Kress from Bismarck came to spend the Easter weekend with her mother, Frances Kress, and enjoyed dinner with her on Easter. Pastor J.T. Burk came to lead us in devotions. Saturday morning, Loretta Wyckoff led our exercises. In the afternoon we played cards and had coffee in the dining room. On Easter morning we had communion in the chapel. Some of us played cards in the afternoon. Violet Schmeling's family had an Easter celebration in the Activity Room in the afternoon. Dennis and Melanie Nunberg from Bismarck came to see Jowayne and Ted Nunberg. Tuesday, Lorna led us in exer- Easter in Bismarck, where all of their family members met for a potluck meal at the home of their son, Robert, and his wife Kayla. Their son Mike surprised them when he arrived to join the rest of the group. Several members of the Schmeling and Tescher families gathered in the Activity Room in the Golden Valley Manor for a potluck Easter meal. Troy and Joanne Tescher, Buster Schneider, Brian, Naomi, and Nolan Dolyniuk of Beach, Christa Tescher of Billings, Jordan Tescher of Jamestown, Dale and Sheryl Stansbury and Jack Schneider of Glendive; Darrel, Karen, Paul, Peter and Kari . chmeling of Golva; an l Katy Schmeling of Fargo joined Vi Schmeling, Vera Schneider and Loretta Tescher, who live at the Manor. Grandmothers Vi, Vera and Loretta were very, pleased when each of them was presented with a bouquet of crocus flowers picked especial- ly for them by Peter Schmeling. At morning services, Katy Schmeling played piano and her sister Kari played the trumpet while the congregation sang, "Jesus Christ is Risen Today." The young ladies delighted the group gathered at the Manor when they played for them in the afternoon, so their grandmothers could enjoy hearing them. cises, and adoration was in the chapel. In the afternoon we played bingo. Doris Berger, Connie Brown and Fulton came to see Donna Sygulla. Judy Ridenhower led the devotions in the chapel. Marlene and all her crafters gathered together in the Activity Room and tied quilts to be given away at the post-prom party. Just a note, we would love to have you sign the guestbook on the ledge by the desk in the lobby of the Manor. Please let us know who you came to see so that we can include that in the weekly news. April 12, 1962: Fire. believed to have started from wiring trouble in the attic, completely demolished the Hardy Motor Company's building Friday night. Mr. A. R. Miller of the Valley Insurance Agency, Beach, is one of the 100 independent insurance agents attending a three-day property and casualty insurance seminar in Fargo, April 14-16. Brengle Motors Co. of Beach and Baker, Mont., have gone together and purchased four units, two trailers and two pickup coaches that can be rented by the week,, month or purchased outright. Three youths of Beach and Wibaux communities were sentenced to one-year terms at the state Prison Farm for burglarizing Chris Kessler's Standard Oil in Beach. They stole several new tires. DEADLIN The deadline for submitted copy and stories and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872-3755 or e-mail gvnews@midstate.net. Mary Cook and her daughter Jane Cook traveled to Dickinson to keep an appointment with Mary's foot doctor. On their way home, they stopped to visit at the home of Melissa and Lane Lowman, north of Belfield. Jim Wyckoff spent most of the week in St. Joseph's Hospital with pneumonia. He was released on Friday and is now back at home. Dean Wyckoff from Medora arrived at his parents' home to help take care of his dad that day. Tom Wyckoff from Dickinson stopped in at the home of his parents. Jim and Marj Wyckoff, on Saturday to help out a bit. Ken Walz, S, ChFC hartered Financial Walz Financial Services in Beach will be open regular business hours five days a month. 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