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On Feb. 18, 1929, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces the winners of the first Acad- emy Awards, which were printed on the back page of the 'academy’s newsletter. A few days later, Variety published the information on page seven. - On Feb. 19, 1945, the US. Marines’ invasion of Iwo Jima is launched. When the American flag Wasfinally raised atop Mount Suribachi, the image was captured in a famous photograph that later won the Pulitzer Prize. - On Feb. 15, 1965, in accordance with a formal proclamation by Queen Elizabeth II of England, a new Cana— dian national flag" is raised in Ottawa, the capital of Canada. The search for a new national flag began in 1925. - On Feb. 17, 1972, the 15,007,034th Volkswagen Beetle rolls off the assem— bly line, breaking a four-decade record held by the Ford Motor Company’s iconic Model T. The VW Beetle dates back to 19308 Germany. On Feb. 16, 1984, Bill Johnson becomes the first American man to win an Olympic gold medal in down- hill skiing, a sport long dominated by European, athletes. Johnson quick- ly became a national hero, but never again competed in the Olympics. © 2021 Hearst Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved trange “3%”: ‘ By Lucie Winborne - Rose DeWitt Bukater’s fabulously expensive pendant, “The Heart of the Ocean,” featured in James Cameron’s “Titanic,” was not completely ficti— tious — it is believed that a rather large sapphire went down with the ship that fateful night. There is a company called Little Miss Matched that sells packs of mis— matched socks. ' - Syphilis was a major problem in the late l9th and early 20th century. Doctors found that the bacteria that caused it was sensitive to heat, so they thought giving a patient a fever could help get rid of it. How did they induce said fever? With malaria injections! While effective in curing syphilis, some patients unfortunately died from — you guessed it — malaria. - Instant noodles topped a Japanese poll of the country’s greatest inven- tions of the 20th century. - Freelancers originally referred to self-employed, sword-wielding mer- cenaries: literally, “freelancers.” - In ancient Rome, having a crooked nose was considered a sign of leadership.- - Andrew Lawrence, ran two hours, 47 minutes and.4l seconds in a banana costume during a London marathon in order to secure the title of the fastest time to run a marathon while wearing a fruit costume. Before mercury, brandy was used to fill thermometers. - Author William Faulkner refused a dinner invitation from JFK’s White House. “Why, that’s a hundred miles away,” he said. “That’s a long way to go just to eat.” - Founded in 597 AD, The King’s SchOOL in Canterbury, England, is the world’s Oldest institution of learning. Polar bears have black skin. And their fur isn’t actually white! It’s see-through, so it appears white as it reflects light. 0 It’s illegal in Vermont to prohibit anyone from putting up a clothesline. *'** Thought for the Day; “Success is not final, failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts.” — Winston Churchill 202I King Features Synd., Inc. Please suppofl' your local merchants Golden Valley News PUBLIC NOTICES NEWS MOments ProduCers shouldmake program election decisions by March 15 ' Producers can elect coverage and enroll in crop-by-crop Agricultural Risk Coverage-County (ARC-Co) or Price Loss Coverage (PLC) pro- grams within each Farm Service Agency (FSA) farm unit, or ARC- Individual for the entire farm, for the 2021 crop year, says Ron Hau- gen, North Dakota State University Extension farm management spe- cialist. Although election changes for 2021 are optional, enrollment by signed contract is required for each year of the program. This is an annual decision that producers need to make, Haugen says. V If an election is not submitted by the deadline of March 15, the elec- Julie Ellingson, ND. Stockmen’s Association executive vice president, will be honored as the Agriculturist of the Year at this year’s Little Inter- national Showmanship Contest. The 95th Little International will be Feb. 12-13, 2021. Little I is or- ganized by more than 300 members of North Dakota State University’s Saddle and Sirloin Club and led by manager Kadey Holm. Ellingson will be honored at the Agriculturist of the Year banquet on Friday, Feb. 12. ’ Ellingson has worked for the North Dakota Stockmen’s Associa- served when everyone gets what they want. When someone gets something, everybody should get something. This has been the leg— islative rule for the universities since our creation in 1889. In this kind of environment, who is going to determine the feasibility of various proposals? Don’t look at the members of the State Investment Board. I’ve been there and I didn’t Amber Waves MY MOM SAYS |"IIEED ‘ ’ "ENJOY THE BEAUTIFUL SCENERY,” SHE TELLS ME. TO GET OUT MORE.” {‘ ‘\ ‘3. It il' . I QUALITY LOSS OPTION AGRI insurance, Inc. 3 10 Central Avenue South Po, Box 308 Beach. ND 5862147308 managriiossotn Proud Partner of THE'. AGENCY (701) 872-4461 tion defaults to the current election for crops on the farm from the prior crop year. For crop years 2022 and 2023, producers will have an opportunity to make new elections during those signups. Farm owners cannot enroll in either program unless they have a share interest in the farm. 'ARC provides income support payments on historical base acres when actual crop revenue declines below a specified guaranteed level. PLC provides income support pay- ments on historical base acres when the national marketing year average price for a covered commodity falls below its effective reference price. Covered- commodities include barley, canola, large and small tion since 1998. She started as com- munications director and has since assumed the role of executive vice president. Ellingson and her family also run Ellingson Angus at St. An- thony, N.D. “Julie Ellingson is a superb choice for the year’s Agriculturist of the Year,” said Kadey Holm, Little I manager and an NDSU senior in an- imal sciences from Ashley, N.D. “Her core values of dedication, hard work ethic, passion for agriculture, and strong faith base is exactly what we look for. We are ecstatic to be honoring her during the banquet and spend (Continued from Page 3) trust myself to make final decisions on investments. ’ i To get around any kind of fa— ,Voritism, it would be Wise to assem- ble a group of neutrals to make the decisions, a sort of shark tank, made up of out-of—state businesspeople that have no friends in North Dakota. While we’re investing money that will result in good future returns, we need to remember that investment in 15,. 9 0’ \\\\\\ ‘5- .\‘\\}\\\\“‘t j? / *V/ ,4 N "7 3/. 'll/// .’ //////// I?“ ‘I [U " -1— — , 7;;2 5" ‘l ’y /; ENHANCED COVERAGE OPTION Don Hardy Beach, ND "’BEISBQEE Beach. ND “SOME FRESH AIR WILL ‘ Do IIIE coon," SHE SAYS... ’ 'ow. C’MON, rr's RIGHT 3 . THERE IN Hrs NAME! ; “Your Crop & Hail Insurance Specialists” IMPORTANT COVERAGE CHANGES SIGN-UP PRIOR TO MARCH 15 LIVESTOCK RISK PROTECTION SUBSIDY CHANGE T—YIELD UPDATE Rim Elchh’om’ Baker. MT MPCI ~— CROP - HAIL FARM -. RANCH} PRP m LRP HOME - AUTO COMMERCIAL BUSINESS ATV RV - RENTERS I‘Jstim [7YI)I1II}II‘<(IISEI’IIHIHdI‘IOI’l against us (ustomcrs, employees. and enchants for employment on the Dam or ra< v, tOI ilinral bullets. IndHII’II sIaTus. familial or parental status. sexual orientation, or all or part of an mowidual s lntoml’ Is on Liltwl'lt'lil I): n .my wngrmn or artmty conducted at tended by the Departmrnt (Not all pmhihnml hifil‘s Will 30va Io. chickpeas, corn, crambe, flaxseed, grain sorghum, lentils, mustard seed, oats, peanuts, dry peas, rape- seed, long grain rice, medium and short grain rice, safflower seed, seed cotton, sesame, soybeans, sunflower seed and wheat. ' NDSU Extension has developed an online tool to aid producers in making this decision. The tool can be found at agement/farm-bill. Contact your local FSA office to make this election. For more information on ARC and PLC, producers can go to the FSA website at or contact their local FSA office. Ellingson to be honored as Agriculturist of the Year throughout the weekend.” The Agriculturist of the Year ban- quet will be at the Sanctuary Events Center in Fargo. Tickets are $20. To purchase banquet tickets, contact Holm at lit- tlei .management@ gmail .com or 701— 535-1226. The Little I livestock showman- ship contest begins at 8 am. on Sat- urday, Feb. 13 , at Shepperd Arena on the NDSU campus with Saddle and Sirloin club members and other stu- dents showing beef, dairy, swine and sheep. The Showmanship finals begin at 5:30 pm. that night. people would result in higher quali- fications and better jobs. A lot of America’s prosperity can be attrib- uted to the “GI. Bill” that paid for the education of millions after World War II. Nathe’s bill will suffer amend- ments before passage, but it is a good risk that could get the Legacy Fund into building North Dakota’s future. by Dave T. Phipps OK, I DON’T THINK SHE MEANT BY THE PIG PEN WHEN SHE SAIDIT. $0 SHOULDN'T HE BE RETIRED AND NOT DOIN’ /////,. ADDED CROP ELIGIBILITY Dickinson. ND Holly Ebner Mott. ND Phil Davey , . . Columbus. MT Dirk O‘Counor . Baker, MT Notice CALL FOR CONTRACTOR RATE SHEETS Notice is hereby given that the Billings County Highway Superintend- ent is now accepting contractor rate sheets for the 2021 construction sea- son. Please submit the rates on an hourly basis, furnishing operator, fuel, oil, machine repairs, insurance, service units-and any incidentals. Contractors must designate the make, model, horsepower and serial number of the machines. Rate sheets must be ac- companied by the following: Affidavit of Insurance coverage for general liability of bodily injury and property damage having a combined total of $1,000,000.00 minimum and a copy of current Contractors License or Certifi- cate of Renewal. Please submit to Billings ,County; Jeff lverson, Highway Superintendent; PO Box 168; Medora, ND 58645. .Or drop them off at the Billings County Courthouse at 495 4th Street, Medora, ND 58645 Attention: Jeff Iver- son, Highway Superintendent. Dated at Medora, ND this 20th day of January, 2021. (January 28 and February 4) Sale Notice NOTICE OF SALE BY EXECUTION CIVIL NO.: 04-2019-CV-0009 On the 22nd day of May, 2019 in the County of Billings, State of North Dakota, in an action wherein Plaintiff is CONTINENTAL RESOURCES. INC. and RUSYN AMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY, INC., claiming any estate or interest in, or lien or encumbrance upon, the real estate described in the Complaint, Judgment was entered pro- viding that there was an amount due and owing to the Plaintiff in the sum of $42,977.40 and by virtue of an execu- tion issued on the Judgment out of the office of the Clerk of said Court, pur- suant to which I levied upon the Defen- dants' interest in certain real property, and will sell the Defendants' interest in the real property situated In Billings County hereinafter described to the highest bidder for cash, at public auc- tion atthe front door of the Courthouse in the City of Medora, Billings County, North Dakota, on the 9th day of March, 2021 at 1:00 PM, of that day, to satisfy the amount due to the date of sale, or so much thereof as the proceeds of said sale applicable thereto will satisfy. The balance due on the Judgment for which execution has been issued is $42,997.40. Interest accrues from May 22, 2019 to January 15, 2021 in the amount of $3,647.89. The real property to be sold as aforesaid, located In the County of Billings, State of-North Dakota, are de- scribed as follows. to-wit: Skurupey 1-9H well at Township 142 North, Range 98 West, Section 9: SE4/SW4 in the spacing unit located in Township 142 North,_Range 98 West, Sections 4 and 9. ‘ Dated at Medora, North Dakota, this 21 st day of January, 2021. /s/Pat Rummel, Sheriff Billings County, North Dakota Ryan C. McCamy For CONMY FESTE LTD. PO. Box 2686 Fargo, North Dakota 58108-2686 Telephone: 701 293-9911 ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF (January 28, February 4 and 11) Meeting Schedule Billings County Rural Fire Protection District Board of Directors Meeting Schedule Notice for 2021 Meeting Start Time is 7:30 PM On the Second Thursday of Each Month With Exceptionof November February Fryburg Fire Hall March Medora Fire Hall April —~Fairfield Fire Hall May Fryburg Fire Hall June Medora Fire Hall July Fairfield Fire Hall August Fryburg Fire Hall Don Hardy (701) 218-0400 .; ....... ......... Ag'r'IPro SPRING WHEAT Murdock "" Yield Muscle Straw Strength! New [or 2021 with Good Standability! ‘ W — High Protein Variety with Strong ’ Yields, Total Package Agronomics! SY Longmir e "" High Rated Solid Stem Built to Yield! Sawfly Tolerant Traits! $Y~Ingmar ‘— Great Yield Potential, Very High Protein, Tog Variety Planted in ND! Also Available: ND Eagle Lentil- Early Flower, ExcellentAgronomics Y snares Beach, North Dakota .................................................................... .. February 4, 2021 September Medora Fire Hall October Fairfield Fire Hall November Fryburg Fire Hall, Wednesday, Nov. 10 December Medora Fire Hall (February 4) Notice to Creditors RONALD S. El-‘I'A PO. Box 300 Wibaux County Courthouse Wibaux, MT 59353 Telephone: (406) 796-2431 Fax: (406) 796-2625 Email: ND ID 04844 Attorney for: Applicant Probate No. 17-2021—PR-0001 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF GOLDEN VALLEY, IN DISTRICT COURT, SOUTHWEST JU- DICIAL DISTRICT In the Matter of the Estate of RAY- MOND E. CHASKA, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above estate. All ‘persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three (3) months after the date of the first publi- cation of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to RONALD S. EFl'A, attorney for the Per- sonal Representative, return receipt re- quested, at PO. Box 300, Wibaux, Montana 59353, or filed with the Clerk of the above—entitled Court. DATED January 12, 2021. /s/Sandra F. Evans 1513 Deerfleld Road SE Mandan, ND 58554 (February 4, 11 and 18) Meeting Schedule 2021 Zoning Meeting Schedule The regular meetings of the Billings County Planning Zoning Commission are held on the third Thursday of the month, unless otherwise stated. Meet- ings are held in the commissioners room of the Billings County Courthouse at 1:00 pm. If you would like to be placed on the agenda for a meeting, you will need to submit an application to the county zoning department. Due to our advertising requirements, the deadline for your zoning application will be 3 weeks prior to the meeting date. If no items are brought forth for the agenda, the meeting will be can- celled. Dates and times for regular meetings are subject to change. Please see the zoning website at ning-Zoning for the most current sched- ule and to download applications.” Meeting dates are as follows: Thursday, February 18, 2021 Thursday, March 18, 2021 Thursday, April 15, 2021 Thursday, May 20, 2021 Thursday, June 17,2021 Thursday, July 15, 2021 Thursday, August 19, 2021 Thursday, September 16, 2021 Thursday, October 21, 2021 Thursday, November 18, 2021 Thursday, December 16, 2021 Dated at Medora this 29th day of ~ January, 2021. Stacey Swanson Zoning Director (February 4 and 11) Put Your Money Where Your House Is! community local independent K;- m and our economy busmesses are a “swam”... Mow strengthen our your best value Please support your local merchants! Mark. Hardy (701) 218-0084