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Page 8 Golden Valley News February 11, 2016 Many residents have taken a trip Bogner came tO visit with Virginia and the Manor today. to Guatemala to build homes out of Tony Funk. Rick Funk also came to Wednesday, Feb. 3, was Fun With concrete for the poor. Christine see the Funks. Nikki Davidson visited Food with Marlene and Bethine at 2 Finnemanreported thatthe following with Christine Finneman. Don and p.m. in the Activity Room. In prepa- are there now doing loving service: Pam Piesik came to visit Marilyn Carl- ration for our upcoming Valentine's Mary, Jerry and Justin Weinreis, non son. John and non Piesik also came to Day Party on Thursday, Feb. 11, we and Sherri Zachmann, Robin and visit Marilyn Carlson. Betty Steer vis- made Valentine cookies by rolling out Toni Jandt, Marilyn Moe, Vicki Van ited with Marilyn Carlson also. dough into heart shapes. We didn't Horn, Lynn Keller, Michelte Hardy. Sunday, Jan. 31, began with Ado- use cookie cutters, we rolled out Diane Szuderaand Chuck Peterson. ration at 8:45 a.m. in the Chapel of "snakes" then shaped them into Thursday, Jan. 28, began with ex- Angels. Word & Communion fol- hearts. Bethine arranged a platter of ercises with Loretta Wyckoff in the lowed at 9:40. It was Cards and Game goodies to enjoy with our coffee Activity Room at 10 a.m. Debi Lauf Time at 2:30 p.m. in the Dining Room when we were done. Gwen Lorenz and friends are vacationing in Mexico followed by Coffee Time at 3. Jessica played the piano while we rolled and to warm up a bit! Shoppers left on the Savini went to church and to another shaped. It's so wonderful to have her bus also at 10 a.m.to do their in-town meeting at night. Linda Gietzen vis- play background music during our shopping. Pastor Ben Bakercame at2 ited with Charlie Scherman. Bob time together. Katy Zinsli came and p.m. to lead bingo down in the Activ- Booth and Anya Wagner came to see cleaned mom, Florence Finneman's, ity Room. Most of the Manor resi- Nellie Booth. Tom Booth also came apartment. Missy, Delaney, and Jack dents came and had a great time. for a visit with Nellie Booth.Tvedt visited with Juanita Baird and Friday, Jan. 29, started off with Monday, Feb. 1. was Reading with Phyllis Bailey. Janice Stedman came hair time at 8 a.m. Our hair ladies, Sharon or Gary at 2 p.m. Jessica to see Donna Sygulla. Jean Hardy and Judy Ridenhower, Savini went to Bible Study. Interesting comments made back prettied us up for the weekend and we On Tuesday, Feb. 2, exercises in 1957:"I'11 tell you one thing, if were so grateful. Coffee and treats started our day off in the right way in things keep going the way they are, were waiting for us in the Dining the Activity Room with Lorettait's going to be impossible to buy a Room during hair time and then again Wyckoff as our leader, coach or week's groceries for $20 ! .... Haveyou at 3 p.m.Mass was held in the Chapel trainer. St. Paul's Church members seen the new cars coming out next at 2 p.m. Dixie Abraham canm to visit led bingo in the Activity Room at 2 year? It won't be long when $5,000 with Edie Abraham. p.m. Jessica Savini volunteered at the will only buy a used one! .... If ciga- On Saturday, Jan. 30, exercises library. Devotions in the Chapel at 7 rettes keep going up in price, I'm with LorettaWyckoffbeganat 10a.m. p.m. were led by Pastor Hojnacki. going to quit. A quarter a pack is in the Activity Room. Paul and Susan Linda Marman visited with many at ridiculous!" Wrestling (Continued from Page 1) by 10-2 major decision over Lane won by fall over Reed Neset Cons. Round 1 - Beau lost to Wolf (South Border). (Williams County) in :41. Tyler Kuntz (South Border) in a 13- Cons. Round 3 - Mathew won Quarterfinal - Sterling fell to 3 major decision. by fall over Delany Lester (Standing Kaden Wolsky (Carrington) in 5:12. 195 - Tristen Peterson Placed 8th. Rock) in 2:45. Cons. Round 2 - Sterling won Champ. Round 1 - Tristen won Cons. Semi - Mathew lost to by fall over Jacob Ruden (Des Lacs- by fall over Jack Wilhelmi (Stanley) Colton Miller (Des Lacs-Burlington) Burlington) in I :56 in 2:50. in an 8-4 decision. Cons. Round 3 - Sterling won Quarterfinal - Tristen fell to 5th Place Match - Mathew won by a 10-2 major decision over Brock Alex Barbion (Beulah-Hazen) 1:09. by fall over George Smith (Lisbon) Selzler (Velva). Cons. Round 2 - Tristen won in 2:31. Cons. Semi - Sterling lost in a by fall over Rusty Ethridge (New 152 - Lane Jeffers placed 8th. 4-1 decision to Cole Dauphinais Town) in 1:52. Champ. Round 1 -Lane fell to (Bishop Ryan). Cons. Round 3 - Tristen felt to Mark Hastings (Hillsboro-Central 5th Place Match - Sterling Lee Jacob Schalesky (Hettinger-Scran- Valley) in 2:00., won by a 6-1 decision over Ethan ton) in :57. Cons. Round,2 - Lane 15-20 Anderson (Hettinger-Scranton). 7th Place Match - Tristen fell won by an 11-3 major decision over 170 - Nate Boehm to Jake Connelly (Hillsboro-Central Brady Irmen (Velva) Prelim - Nate fell to John Valley) in 2:15. Cons. Round 3 - Lane lost in Pruneda (Hillsboro-Central Valley) Mathew Carlson won his 100th an 8-2 decision to Tyler Erickson in :47. career match at the Killdeer and (Beulah-Hazen). Prelim - Nate fell to Martin New Salem duals. Mathew is a 3- 7th Place Match -Lane lost to DeArcos (South Border) in 2:12. time state qualifier and placed 8th Logan Lachowitzer (Hettinger- 182 - Beau Jeffers and 3rd at the State Wrestling Tour- Scranton) in a 7-2 decision.Champ. Round 1 - Beau lost tonament. Mathew is a junior and is 160 - Sterli, g Lee placed 5th. Connor Dennis (Watford City) in a the son of Reid Carlson and Doris Champ. Round 1 - Sterling Lee 9-0 major decision. Webb. il The following relates to oil and gas well activity for the week of Jan. 31, in Stark, Golden Valley, Billings and Slope counties and is from re- ports of the Department of Mineral Re source s: Permit renewal: #24914 - Kaiser-Francis Oil Company, Agnes 2-11H, Lots 2- 139N-98W, Stark Co. #24915 Kaiser-Francis Oil Company, Albert 2-11H, Lots 2- 139N-98W, Stark Co. Wells Released from "Tight Hole" Status: #27328 - Whiting Oil and Gas Corporation, NERU 2102X, NWNW 21-144N-101W, Billings Co., Madison Permit Cancelled: #27328 - Whiting Oil and Gas Permit Renewal: Corporation, NERU 2102X, #30661 - BTA Oil Producers, NWNW 21-144N-101W, Billings LLC, 9210 Beaver Creek 631-3H, Co., Madison SESW 6-142N-102W, Billings Co., Permit Renewal: 'Tight Hole" #30724 - Whiting Oil and Gas #30662 - BTA Oil Producers, Corporation,Beaver Creek State 41- LLC, 9210 Beaver Creek 631-1H, 36-2PH, NENE 36-143N-103W, SESW6-142N-102W, BilIingsCo., Golden Valley Co. 'Tight Hole' #30725 - Whiting Oil and Gas #30663 - BTA Oil Producers, Corporation, Beaver Creek State 41- LLC, 9210 Beaver Creek 631-2H, 36-1PH, NENE 36-143N-103W, SESW6-142N-102W, Billings Co., Golden Valley Co. 'Tight Hole' Date: February 4, 2016 Daily Re- Operator Transfer: port: 16989 From: Whiting Oil and Gas Cor- Permit Renewal: poration To: White Rock Oil & Gas, #30640 - Whiting Oil and Gas LLC: Corporation, Obrigewitch 44- #16223 Federal 14-17D, 8PHU, NWNW 16-140N-99W, SWSW 17-142N-100W, Billings Stark Co. Co. Feb. 3, 1966, 50 years ago: The lucky winners at the fourth an- niversary event at the local Coast-To- Coast Store were Mrs. Richard Nagel for women, while Kenneth Kannen- 9, the movie to start at 8 p.m. The movie will be shipped to Walz with- out advance information on the title, but all are said to be of exceptionally good quality. Katherine Craigo of Beach has been selected as one of the eight fi- nalists to compete in the 1991 North Dakota Beef Cook-Off, which is sponsored by the N.D. Beef Commis- Judy Ridenhower presents Molly Fartsveet with a first-place trophy for the Golden Valley County Spelling Bee. Receiving sec- ond place was Rachel Bosserman, and receiving third place was Madi Nunberg. (Courtesy Photo) win nty Spelling B The Golden Valley County The Top of Class winners for the Spelling Bee was held on Tuesday, written competition were: Dane Feb. 2, at the Beach City Hall Meet- Farstveet and Lukas Hegel - 5th ingRoom. Seventeen spellers from grade; Madison Wilhelmi - 6th the county took part. grade; Megan Rising - 7th grade; The first-place winner was Molly Samantha Oech and Alexis Mintz - Farstveet, daughter of Rory and 8th grade. They were awarded blue Stephanie Farstveet. Second-place ribbons. winner was Rachel Bosserman, Serving as judges and monitors daughter of Jason and Julie Bosser- for the bee were: Jen Steiner, Elaine man. Third-place winner was Madi Kremers. qammy Nistler, Linda Ri- Nunberg, daughter of Kim and Ryan denhower, Bobbi Hildebrant. Joanne Nunberg. Molly and Rachel will Tescher and Mr. Jedd Susag. Judy represent the county in state compe- Ridenhower was the pronouncer for tition in Bismarck on March 21. the bee. Oil field ill re rted in man County The North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) said on Feb. 8 it was notified of a 200 barrel source water spill used fo? enhanced oil re- covery that occurred Saturday, Feb. 6, as a result of a pipeline leak. The spill occurred at a well owned by Denbury Onshore located in Bowman County, approximately eight miles south of Marmarth. Re- leased fluids entered a stock dam. Source water is higher in dissolved solids and minerals than fresh water. The NDDoH was responding and will work with the company on re- mediation plans. support your local merchants What's Happening? Listings for high school sporting events, plus public events that are .free to anyone and aren't fund-raisers or aren't family or business invi- tations, can be published free q[ charge in this column. Belfield American Legion Auxiliary monthly meeting, Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 1:30 at the Memorial Hall; items for the VA Food Pantry will be col- lected Medora Planning and Zon- ing Board meeting, 6 p.m., Feb. 16, Medora Community Center, agenda includes elec- tion of board president, and a request from Theodore Roo- sevelt Medora Foundation for roof and sign changes to the End of the Trail building; building name would be changed to Roosevelt's Out- post ow? The Billings County Pioneer and Golden Valley News have shared advertising, and have been sharing the news.for some of their inside pages" )ebr about 40 years. Tt?is means the coverage of your ad isn "t limited to just either county! Ottr primary coverage area is' western Stark CounO, and west to the Montana border. It pays to advertise/ In Honor of PRESIDENTS' DAY WCCU Insurance Agency will be Closed Monday, February 15th 584.83+/- Acres Stark County, ND AUCTION LOCATION: Henry Biesiot Activities Center, Dickinson, ND be~ was the men's lucky winner. Feb. 7, 1991,25 years ago: sion. Roy WNz,owner of the Bijou The- Coach Bob Waldal and three of his Golva's city auditor, Genevieve J/his property features over 580 acres of deeded land with CRP cropland with good I atre in Beach, announces they will star athletes head the list selections Rost, has decided to resign from her J soils and two very productive grazing pastures. Additionally, this land is highlighted I have "Take a Chance Night each made recently by the North Dakota positions after serving for almost 43 Wednesday evening, beginning Feb. High School Coaches Association. 1/2 years. Writers group welcomes new members and anyone interested in any type of The next meeting will be Tuesday CRP Acres: 90.40 +/- About a year ago, a few Golden Valley County residents formed a writers group. It started as a means for those interested in writing to share some of their talents with oth- ers and to get constructive com- ments from the members. The first pieces written were from random views of each member, but lately "titles" have been presented, and the small group has had fun writing from the list of various arti- cles. There are no membership dues, / writing is invited to join the group and share their anecdotes, poems. and various pieces that they would like to bring. evening, Feb. 16 at 5:30 p.m. in the insurance office of Bobby Olstad, 75 1st St. SE in Beach.Anyone with an interest can attend. Have something that may be newswor- thy that you'd like to share or submit to the Golden Valley News or the Billings County Pioneer? We won't know about it unless you tell us, and we welcome submitted news items! It's easy. Just give us a call, e-mail your item and a phone number, or mail a photo and the text that goes along with it. Golden Valley News/Billings County Pio- neer: P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621 (701) 872-3755; goldenandbillings@gmail.com Acres: 264.83 +/- regal Description: NE & E NW & a 28.67 acre tract in N Vz N 1./2 SE ~,~ in Section 30-138-95 RP Acres: 162.90 +/- iL' i" Acres: 160.00 +/- Legal Descripti0,: SW Section 29-138-95 CRP Acres: 159.30+/- 122 ;!~?~ 42nd St. SW 107th Ave. SW y 46th St. SW 47th St. SIN i This sale is managed by Pifer's Auction & Realty. All statements made the day of the auction take precedence over all printed materials. The I seller reserves the right to reject or accept any and all bids. Pifer's Auction & Realty, 1506 29th Ave S, Moorhead, MN 56560. Kevin Pifer, ND #715. I Pif ' er s www.plfers.com 877.700.4099 LAND AUCTIONS