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October 14, 2010

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Page 8  Golden Valley News October 14, 2010 Highlights of Beach Homecoming 2010 Brittany and Kirby Dietz cheer on the Buccanneers at the Homecoming game last month. The High School Choir sings the National Anthem at the football game. Beach was defeated, 42-22. The boys are ready to "put out" the Wildfire. The Beach vol- leyball ream&apos;won, 3 games to O. Beach Homecoming King Levi Nistler and Queen Teresa Losinski pose for photos. (Courtesy Photos by Mary Zachman) Please support your local merchants Golva News By Judy Curl DID YOU KNOW? UL oPPttluNl" I hope that everyone has been l| REAL JOBs & INTERNSHIPs. able to finish harvesting their crops. The weather has been cooperative and barring breakdowns, all should be through. Rob Curl of Bismarck spent last weekend helping with the Stoveland harvest. The Zachmann auction last Saturday was well attended and we saw many leaving with their pur- chases. On Sunday, Rick and Linda Stoveland celebrated their wedding anniversary by attending early church services at Trinity Lutheran Church in Sentinel Butte. They were celebrating their 18th anniver- sary but harvesting was on the agen- da for the rest Of the day. Don and Marie Nistler will soon be leaving for Arizona to spend the winter, their usual course of action. In the meantime Don has been doing some painting at the school and other jobs, which keep this "retired" guy busy. News is very scarce this week - everyone is evidently too busy with harvest, etc. to do anything news- worthy let alone illegal. What disease did cured ham actually have? Phone 872-3633 for Golva News. < Farm Credit ServiCes of Mandan www.fareditmanda n.com Over 120 r,, $2499 .o C/k////leS induding Locals "BII lid for LIFE m,,..+mo.,, .......... d f, uti',:ywith Paldess Billin9 ! liBO & Showtlme + fo, + .o+.+ FREE S.nd. Pon.I Installation .p o 6 o+,,+ IEE Service on Second TV offe expires 1/31/11 Restrictons apply Calt fo dermis ( ,,11 no,+ ,,, ,<, ,,' , ..... EAGLE Satellite .ProvidingSat+llite rvrv, +,er+.o ,++  : 1 w o R K. 800 DUMPcABLE(1-800-386-7222) www.gl+vm ,+,omzm,.,t. Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Tuesday at the Learning Center in Beach at 7 p.m. Meeting.of the Billings County Historical Society is Wednesday, Oct. 20 at 5:30 p.m. at Trapper's Kettle in Belfield. Everyone welcome. Put Your Money Where Your House Zsl ioca! independent  c,L,--  trengthen our buslresses am  community yoor best var and our eco]omy Please support your local merchants Re-elect John Thompson For District 1. County Comm,ss,oner (Paid for by John Thompson) Farm Credit Services annual Harvest Days includes producer education, food bank donations and customer appreciation events.