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Page 8 February 28, 2008 Beach students enjoy a break from classes with cake and punch during a Steele and Damien Berger. (Photo by Richard Volesky) for Brad Tradition (Continued from Page 1) bell," said Gaugler. in the arena." Gaugler used Berger and Steele Berger and Steele, as the schooirs as an example of students being students looked on, went outsiide active and doing their best. during the mild February morni ng Quoting Theodore Roosevelt, and each took turns at striking tihe Gaugler said, "It is not the critic bell. They, along with wrestlilng who counts; not the man who points coach Josh Heinemeyer, were allso out how the strong man stumbled, given a ride in the city's fire trutck or where the doer of deeds could up to the water tower and back. have done them better. The credit Inside the school, all the stude nts belongs to the man who is actually were served cake and punch. When they returned, Berger and Steele, elated andthankful, each spoke briefly to the teachers and their fellow students. "It's pretty sweat - this whole shindig going on,--- aid Steele. Berger, who had wrestled for Dickinson last season, said he was thankful "for coach Heinemeyer for taking me up and letting me wrestle with you guys." in rn il The Great Western Trail that brought millions of cattle from Texas will be highlighted as part of the District 5580 Rotary International Convention scheduled for May 1-4. District 5580 Gov. Jim Ozbun of Dickinson is leading the project, which is designed to celebrate a romantic era of the Old West. The placement of the marker, next to the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame in Medora, is sched- uled for Thursday, May 1. Ozbun said he expects Rotarians, descen- dants, historians, tourists, and friends to gather to celebrate the placement of the marker. "What we would like to do is to make the trail that came all the way from Texas on up into Canada a his- torical event," Ozbun said. "Some seven million head of livestock came up that trail during the late 1800s. They restocked the pastures of the Dakotas after the loss of the bison during that period of time and a shot The News now offers full-color photo reprints along with all your office supply needs! also helped to revitalize the econo- my of the United States following the Civil War. So, it is a very signifi- cant trail and had a huge impact not only on North Dakota but on all of the United States." The Great Western Trail covered three countries, including niine states within the United States. T'he Rotary International has been ele- vating the awareness of the trail amd promoting the placement of tthe markers at various spots along tthe trail. "Rotary is a service program amd the project started in Texas amd Oklahoma," Ozbun said. "This a service project, a:service,to the communities along traill In addition to marking the trail, Rotarians are seeking to get in con- tact with descen( ants of riders along the historic trail. Individuals who have a relative or know of rel- atives of these ridgrs as asked to contact Rex Cookq 1167 Franklin Street, Dickinson, !North Dakota, 58601, (701) 225-2147. Other activities planned include a golf tournament, qommittee meet- ings and the regular! annual business meeting. Leasing Minerals in Western North Dakota We're looking for mdneral right owners who are NOT LEASED YET in: i Mountrail, Ward, McKenzie, Dunn, McLeanI & Burke and other counties; of Western North DakOta. 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"The city will gladly accept garbage from elsewhere, The transfer station site also includes a place for but there's a fee," said Nunberg. burnable items such as wood, and places for appliances, The place to take unwanted items is to the city's tires, empty pesticide containers, and a container for transfer station east of the city. From April to October, used motor oil. HOTR (Continued from Page 1) always been positive. Lardy added, "I am honored and humbled to be "The challenges youth face now are much different asked to serve in this manner. Home On The Range and than they were when HOTR was founded," said Lardy. the broader community it serves hold a special place in "However, the principles used to help the children are my heart, and I look forwardto providing advice, lead- still the same. I think the fact that the ranch uses ership and service to the organization." Christian principles in a ranch/rural environment is a Lardy and his wife, Lynae, reside in West Fargo. very positive combination." They have three children, Jacob, Jarrett and JaeLyn. 50 years ago: McCaskey purchases Jones Equipment interest This past week, paperwork was completed on transferring Bob Jones' interest in the Jones Equipment Co the local Allis- Chalmers farm equipment dealer- ship, to John McCaskey, who is now sole owner. Jones originally bought the busi- ness after the death of Chris Johnson, and McCaskey became Jones' partner a few years later. Because of other interests, Jones decided to quit the implement busi- ness. McCaskey will continue to use the name Jones Equipment Co at least for the present. Pre-Easter Style Show March 18 Easter fashions will be pre- viewed at the Woman's Club Pre- Easter Style Show, to be held at the Business slow? Call us at 872-3755 and we can help! Beach Legion Hall Tuesday, March lar event last year, which was very 18, starting at 7:30 p.m. Local mer- well received, and so they decided chants will supply the clothing to repeat the event. Proceeds go for which will be modeled, the benefit of the Beach public The Woman's Club held a simi- library. Premium Barley $5.00 Milling Oats $2.80 Feed Barley $4.90 Peas $5.00 Race Horse Oats B $3.30 Feed Wheat $5.00 Race Horse Oats C $3.15 ENIOY GREAT ENTERTAINMENT! N~ I~ytnS Beach, ND The last man on Earth ts not alonel 1MCL 8m114 I AM LEGEND PG-13 1:41 February 29, March I & 2, 2008 FH, Sat & Sun - 7:30 pm/ Sun Mat - 5)0 pm DINNER and a MOVIE La Playa Crazy Charley's II Not just for 4-1t The Western 4-H Camp provides youth with fun and educational experiences, but you don't have to be a 4-H member to attend! The camps are open to ALL youth ages 5 to 18. To learn more about the camps available this year and to register, go to www.we, llk' or call your county NDSO Extension Service office. 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