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; 27 " Page 10 Golden Valley News October,8, 2012 SCOREB()ARD Jim and Marj ,Wyckoff attended a birthday party for Marj's brother Ron Burman on Friday evening at the home of Mick and Jean Nistler, north of Wibaux. Other party guests included Dean Wyckoff, Marvin and Judy Burman from Glendive, Fern Bacon of Wibaux, and Chuck and Judy Kahl from Wibaux. Jim and Marj Wyckoff attendedher grandpa, Jack Cook; Marsha the wedding of Emily Makelky and and Hunter Davison of Dickinson, Brandon Richard in Beach on Lori and Angelina Cook, Jane Saturday. Brandon is from Belfield. Cook, and neighbors and friends of A birthday party was*held at the the family. Sentinel Butte hall Sunday for K. Jane Cook, Linda Cook, and D. Davidson, daughter of Greg and Renee Orluck drove to Dickinson Karen Davidson, who turned 5.on Wednesday to enjoy some time Party guests included her sister and at the West River Community baby brother, Emily and Franklin, Center. Thursday, Gertrude Jacobs, played piano, chapel for an hour. We were going Carol Schmeling,Eileen Saturday, Loretta Wyckoff ledto go on an outing but the weather Buchholz, Marian Wosepka, our ekercises and in the afternoon was just not warm enough for us to Frances Kress, Vernon we had coffee. Ray Kaht and son, be outside. Rachel Neurohr from Brockmeyer, Juanita Baird, Judy Jerome Kahl from Pierz, Minn the "Virgin Islands and Charlotte Curl, Loretta Wyckoff, Edie visited FlorenceMiske and Neurohr from Dodge came to visit Abramham, Joan Kittelson, Richard Nagel. Carol Schmeling and had a really Richard Nagel are some of our Sunday morning communion nice time. Ben Baker and his faro- faithful exercisers. In the after- was held in the chapel. Two tables i!y from the Evangelical Church noon we played bingo, were full of card and rummikub led our devotions in the evening. On Friday, Gloria Hendry and players. Community Church wasWe decorated mini pumpkins Judy Ridenhower washed and held at 6:30 in the chapel, and made spiders with Marlene fixed our hair. Elaine Bruce came Becky Weinreis led our morn- and Bethine during craft time in to see Juanita Baird. Pastor J.T. ing Bible study, the afternoon. Craig, Charity, Burk from First Lutheran led Tuesday morning, we did our Elise, Ellen and Weston Muir were devotions and Ruthann Zielsdorf exercises and had adoration in the ne,c to wsm Varsity Volleyball Beach vs. Killdeer, Oct. 11 Beach: 25, 25, 25 Killdeer: 15, 21, 16 Beach kills: Hailee Farstveet, 9; Steph Steele, 9; Bailey Waldal, 6; Cid Stedman, 3; Ashlyn Dietz, 2 Digs: Cid Stedman, 8; Katrina Shumway, 7; Chantel Fulton, 6 Assists: Chantel Fulton, 20; Ashlynn Dietz, 4 Blocks: Steph Steele, 2; Bailey Waldal, 2; Hailee Farstveet, 2; ~;ervice aces: Cid Stedman, 4; Steph Steele, 3; Ashlynn Dietz, 3; Chantel Fulton, 2 Varsity Football Beach vs. Bowman, Oct. 12 Beach scoring per quarter: 16, 16, 8, 12; final 52 Bowman scores: 0, 0, 0, 0, final; 0 1Si quarter: Marshall Nunberg, 11 yd. pass to Boston Zachmann; ,Anthony Weinreis, run; Marshall Nunberg, 5 yd. pass to James Kary, Tyrel Sime run 2nd quarter: Joe Walworth, 2 yd. run; Anthony Weinreis, run; Tyrel Sime, 5 yd. run, Anthony Weinreis run 3rd quarter: Kirby Maus, 15 yd. pass to Logan Nielsen, Hunter Weinreis run 4th quarter: Hunter Weinreis, 65 yd. run; pass failed; Ty Farstveet, Rushing: Anthony Weinreis, 6 18 yd rfin, run failed rushes, 48 yds.; Tyrel Sime, 7 rush- Individual scores: es, 41 yds 1 TD; Hunter Weinreis, Passing: Marshall Nunberg, 3 of 6, 4 rushes, 75 yds 1 TD 61 yds, 2 TD; Kirby Maus, 4 of 6, Receiving: Danny Skoglund, 1 for 70 yds 1 TD, 1 Int. 45 yds; Troy Steele, 2 for 38 yds. Western Cooperative Dale and Denise Scherman from doing some errands that are hard for Brian, Naomi, Kayla and Nolan Ottertail, Minn spent time visiting Mary to accomplish with her sore Dolyniuk were her guests. They his parents, Charles and Mary foot. spent the afternoon playing games Scherman. Dale, helped his dad Brad and Ivy Maus are the proud and watching football. Kari spent install a couple of new doors, and parents of a new baby daughter, the afternoon helping with the face do a few other repair jobs while Kenley Ann was born in Bismarck painting at the Pumpkin Festival here. On Sunday, Jim and Eileen on Saturday, Oct. 6. Big sister downtown. Goroski, and Marvin Scherman Madison and big brother BlakeJerry and Susan Erlenbusch dropped by to visit with them and enthusiastically welcomed hertreated Ervin and Donna Erlenbusch Linda Gietzen who was here to visit home on Sunday evening. Duaneof Kinsey, Mont and Larry/ and her brother and his wife before they ' and Bobbie Maus of Golva are her Shirley Schulte of Golva to the deli- left for their home on Monday. paternal grandparents, cious turkey dinner that was served Mary Scherman kept a medical Violet Schmeling treated her at the St. Francis Xavier Catholic appointment in Dickinson on family to dinner in the activity room Church in Circle on Sunday. After Tuesday. The Scherman's daughter at the Golden Valley Manor off the dinner they all gathered at the Linda met them in Dickinson to Sunday. Karen, Darrel, Kari, Peter home of Jerry and Susan for a nice assist them in getting around and and Paul Schmeling, Jessie Molter, afternoon of visiting. Oct. 18, 1962: There will a Radiological Civil Defense School at the Trotters church this Thursday and Friday, October 18 and 19, starting at 7 p.m with Donald "Monk" Gilman as the instructor. ~,1~ ~;or l~ aml~hter of Mr. and Mrs. John Michels, was recently elected president of the Mouse River District Nurses Association in Minot for 1962-63. Plans are under way for a dinner to be held Saturday, Oct. 27, at the Legion Hall honoring Don Short. Burglars again broke into two Golva business places, stealing large quantities of shotgun shells, money, etc sometime during Thursday night, Oct. 11. The Golva unpredictable is stating it very mild- Hardware Store, owned by Mr. and ly. Beach, usually the warmest spot Mrs. Ed C. Scherman, was the hard- in the state, did a reverse act this est hit. Eddie's Service Station was Monday, and received quite a bi/of the other place burglarized, publicity for its chilly temperature To say that weather in this area is of 35 degrees. > Measure 3 would put in North Dakota's Constitution a promise that farmers and ranchers would always be able to embrace modern farming and ranching practices. When farmers and ranchers have the ability to respond to their customers needs, that means better food choices for us all. We need all kinds of farmers -- big and small, organic and conventional-- to produce the variety of food choices we enjoy. Don't let outside, anti-ag groups dictate what you put on your table to feed your family. Ii ,$ g