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Page 8 Golden Valley News November 11, 2010 Students named finalists for award Twenty North Dakota finalists Brittney Dietz from Beach High HeismanAward on Friday, Of those have been selected in the 2010 School.. state winners, 12 will be chosen as Wendy's High School Heisman One male anl • One female from national finalists and compete for Award Program. each state will be named state win- the national title in New York City One of the finalists include hers of the Wendy's High School on Dec. 10. Beach man elected to lead foundation Paul Lautenschlager was recently elected presi- dent of the North Dakota Grain Dealers Educational Foundation at the foundation's annual meeting. He is the manager at Beach Co-op Grain Co. and first vice-president of the North Dakota Grain Dealers Association. The Foundation was incorporated in 1980 by the North 'Dakota Grain Dealers Association to pro- mote agribusiness education in North Dakota. Primary emphasis is on students entering the grain marketing industry or other agribusiness. Looking Back GVN November 24, 1960 Checker players to meet Nov. 25 Any checker player in the Beach area are invited to attend a meeting of checker players to be held at the K. C. Hall in Beach on Friday evening, Nov. 25, at 7:30 p.m. Lee Summers and Stanley Bobiney, the two men from this community who attended the national checker tournament in Eau Claire, Wis., the early part of Oct., have just received the results of the tournament play. Mr. Summers placed 15th in the Class B group or 38th in the national tournament, with some over 100 registered to play. Mr. Bobiney placed 14th in the Class C group or 58th in the national rating. The tournament lasted 12 days. One interesting event of the tourney was that one checker expert played 40 men at one time and never lost a game. Another man played 12 men in 12 games blind- folded and then called back every move that was made in each game from the finish back to the starting move. If you are interested in checkers turn out this Friday night and there will be somebody there to help you with your game, or to give you competition, whichever you desire. Miller-Roen Speak at Golva meeting An unusually large crowd attended the PTA meeting held at Golva Wednesday, Nov. 16. Rep.-Elect A. R. Miller of Beach and Sen. Leland Roen of Bowman had a very interesting discussion on Federal Aid to Education. Time was spent on questions and answers by the two speakers and the PTA mem- bers. Sen. Roen also sang two songs for the group. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. The next meeting will be family night. School presents Fall Concert The members of the music dept. of the Beach high school presented their annual fall concert at the high school auditorium Qn Friday, Nov. 19 at 8 p.m, Mr. Wilmar Marzolf conducted the band, while Miss Carol Wallin lead the choral groups. Their offering was warmly received by an enthusiastic and appreciative audience. The band started the program with 7 various selections, followed by a vocal solo by Stee Billigmeier who sang "O1' Man River". Immediately following, the girls' chorus sang three numbers, then the Boys" Quartet composedf David Stull, Scott Hammond, Ronald Davidson, and Steve Billigmeier presented, "Cornfield Melodies". A solo, "Hark! How Still" by Miss Shirley Kettner pre- ceded the last four selections of tfid program which were sung by thd mixed chorus, i Accompanists for the vocal groups included Miss Carol Wallin Margo Muggli, Judy Niece an d Karen Nagel. ! posted closed to hunting. Can I retrieve a wounded deer from posted land? If the deer was shot on land where you had a legal fight to be and it ran on posted land, you may retrieve it. However, you may not take a firearm or bow with you. The department suggests con- tacting the landowner as a courtesy prior to entering. What if the landowner says I cannot retrieve a deer from posted land that was shot on land where I had a right to be? Contact a game warden. Can I drive off a trail on private land to retrieve a deer? Unless pro- hibited by a landowner or operator, you may drive off-trail on private land once a deer has been killed and properly tagged. You must proceed to the carcass by the shortest acces- sible route, and return to the road or trail by the same route. However, off-trail driving is prohibited in all circumstances on state wildlife management areas, Bureau of Land Management lands, national Hunters (Continued from Page 1) areas and state school land. Can I transport someone else's deer? Yes, but you will need a trans- portation permit from a game war- den. The license holder, person transporting the animal, and the carcass must be presented to the game warden before the permit is issued. ,What if I am going to take my deer head to a taxidermist and meat to a butcher shop? How do I keep the tag with it all? The tag should remain with the head and the car- cass tag should remain with the meat. May I carry a pistol when I am hunting with a deer rifle? Yes, but the handgun must meet minimum requirements listed in the deer hunting regulations to be legal for taking deer. Can I use a bow to fill my regu- lar deer gun license? Yes. You may use any legal firearm or bow during J the regular deer gun season. Can I carry both bow and gun afield during deer gun season if I have both licenses? Yes, but only ff you are going to fill your gqn license. No firearms, except hand, guns, may be in the hunter's pos- session while hunting with a deb 'bow license. However, handguns may not be used in any manner to assist in the harvest of a deer with an archery license. What licenses do I need to hunt on an Indian reservation and whose rules do I follow? If you will be hunting within the reservation and hunting exclusively on Indian lands, only a reservation license is required and tribal regulations apply. If you will be hunting on land owned in fee-title by a non- Indian within the reservation, .a state license is required and all state laws, licenses and regulations apply, t i; INTERESTED IN BUYING A wildlife refuges, national grass- lands, federal waterfowl production Put Your Money _ Where Your Housk Zsl HOUSE/CONDO IN PHOENIX AREA??? 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Benefits Include: Family Paid Health Care, Pension Plan, Sick & Holldmy Pay, and Flexible Work Schedule• Multiple Openings. We are really enjoying the extended nice weather these last few weeks. Some of us have been walking outside and we've been able too take some of the outings that we have scheduled. Each nice day is one less day of winter. Thursday morning we had Mass in the chapel. We did our exercises in the activity room which takes us about 35 minutes to go through our routine. Then we went downtown to shop and do other errands on the bus with Steve, our faithful driver. In the afternoon the WELCA ladies from First Lutheran Church played bingo with us. Bev Wolff and Carol Weyer added some extra humor to the game. Gloria Hendry, Marlene Muruato, and Leone Van Vleet washed and fixed our hair. If there is anyone that would be willing to help us do hair on Friday morning from 8-10 we are in need of help since some of our faithful ladies will be gone some days, Plea.se call the Manor if you find it in your heart to help, We are just so appre- ciative to those that make us look so nice. We enjoyed coffee in the after- noon and in the evening Pastor RT led devotions and Ruthann Zielsdorf played the piano. Saturday morning Loretta Wyckoff led our exercises. . Communion was held Sunday morning in the chapel. In the after- noon some of us played cards and had coffee. The Trick or Treaters started arriving at 4. There were about 50 that came for treats, the youngest being just 14 months old. Thank you for coming t3 see us. Monday morning's bible study was led by Ardyn Mattson. Coffee time was in the afternoon in the din- ing room. Loretta Tescher visited Lorraine Tescher. Tuesday morning exercises were led by Nancy Schafer. Communion and Adoration fol- lowed in the chapel. We played pinochle and whist in the afternoon. Some of us are beginners but we sure had fun. Georgia Knauss visited Vivian Murphy, and Gwen Lorenz came to see Mary Ellen Schaal. Devotions were led by Pastor Hjornacki, and Gloria Ueckert played the piano. Marlene and Bethine helped us make material tubes and fill them to put in front of our doors to prevent drafts during the winter. Looks like another beautiful day! Many of the farmers are busy har- vesting corn while the weather holds. Rick and Linda Stoveland were among those who attended the Farm Bureau supper and meeting held at the LaPlaya Restaurant on Wednesday evening. A delicious supper was enjoyed by all and door prizes were given out to some lucky winners. Raphael Finneman was an overnight guest of his mother, Christine Finneman on Thursday night. Christine was also expecting some hunters for the deer season which opened at 11 a.m. on Friday. David Vetter "is back working at Stovelands after spending a few days at his home in West Fargo. Last Sunday, Larry and Shirley Schulte stopped at St. John's church for dinner in Beach and then went onto Glendive where they visited Delbert and Jean Schulte. On a previous weekend, Larry and Shirley Schulte drove to Billings where they visited Shirley's sister who has been ill and is taking chemo. They found her in good spirits and doing well and had a great visit with her. On Wednesday, Delbert and Jean Schulte came to visit Larry and Shirley tbr the day. Life is too short to waste time hat- ing anyone,.. ,Don't compare your life with oth- • ers. You have no idea what their jour- ney is all about! Call 872-3633 if you have news to share. Dan and Grace Cash helped with weaning cattle out at the Mark Lund place over the weekend. Mary and Jane Cook drove to Glendive Saturday to visit with Mary's sister, Rose Schreiber, who lost her husbind the 25th of Oct. Jody Bragg and Alan Miller stopped out to visit at the home of Don and Rella Abernethy Sunday afternoon. Grace Cash reported that her Christmas cactus and Easter lily were both blooming at the same time, the last week in October. Jim and Mart Wyckoff were among the many who stopped in at Olson's Service to enjoy the annual Halloween supper Sunday night. A large crowd helped to make it a very well attended event. Sunday, Dan and Grace Cash were "attacked" by the Lund "'gob- lins" on Halloween Jane Cook enjoyed a galne of pinochle with her brothers Jack, and Butt and Cheryl Cook Sunday evening. Rella Abernethy and Billie Van Horn traveled to Dickinson on Monday. Mary Cook and family traveled to Terry, Mont. Monday morning to attend the funeral of her brother-in- law, Bob Schreiber. Rick Olson drove the bus that took the volleyball players to the tournament in South Heart Tuesday evening. Dan and Grace Cash have been making ready for the deer season and doing a little bird hunting as well. Jane Cook traveled to Dickinson on Wednesday to meet with a friend on some business, and to keep a do0.or's appointment. Rella Abernethy attended the United Community Church's annu- al meeting and supper Wednesday evening. Jeff and Erin Fallgatter 'from Fargo. and Donny Fallgatter and Whitney Duncan from Nashville, Tenn. arrived at the home of their grandparents, Don and Rella Abernethy Thursday evening. Thought for the Week: Perhaps imagination is only intelligence having fnn. and along wl requirements. • I OieSel Mechanic Full-time o.penlnegJg ,t Diesel Mecnant . .( lesst 5 years expe, nen, Candidate, snoulo e knoedgeable _ivedr  le folkng areas: o . s, )n ag I cleaning common fu o t • ClassifiecT's and Nurse help in a new ' and grill. Stop M i eance wu 000000:i00duties Must have.. v4lverS license. 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