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Beach, North Dakota
March 22, 2012     Golden Valley News
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Golden Valley News Page 14 r March 22, 2012 We have been having very nice weather with temperatures up in the 70s lately, which is higher than nor- real. Since it is so dry.. the fire danger is also much higher than usual. Everyone is hoping we wont have a fire break out The only ones left in Golva to fight a fire would be the "lit- tle old ladies." Jim and Eileen Goroski spent a few days at their farm in the Alpha area this past week. Their daughter. Sylvia. who lives in Colorado has recently had back surgery, and was having some complications from it. Eileen said she is slowly improving and is staying with her brother and his family for a while. We wish her a fast and full recovery. It is good to see our rural mailman Darin Maus. back on the job. He spent a couple of days in the Fatlon Memorial Hospital in Baker recently. Dave Quale did a fine job of deliver- ing mail while Darin was under the weather. On Tuesday, Larry and Shirley Schulte visited residents at the Golden Valley Manor in Beach Larry had a cup of coffee and visited with Joe Bostyan while Shirley visited with Jowayne Nunberg, Frances Kress and Florence Miske. The ladies were able to assist Shirley with her quest to identify and get more information about the rural schools that existed in the Lone Tree. Williams. Garner and Bull Run townships over the past 100 years. Eileen (Scherman) Goroski shared some information that she had this week also. Eileen taught schools in the Alpha area before she married. Former Golva news reporter Judy Curl has moved to the Golden Valley Manor. She is enjoying being around friends and getting the chance to visit while eating her meals. She says everything tastes better when you have others sitting next to you at the dinner table. Several people from Golva, including Rick and Linda Stoveland and boys, stayed overnight in Bismarck after the basketball tourna- ment game on Friday evening. Other friends of the family were also staying at the same hotel, so they enjoyed vis- iting late into the evening. They did- n't have to get up early for school or to do chores, so it was a nice vacation for them. Darrel and Karen Schmeling also stayed in Bismarck for the weekend. Their daughter. Katy who is attending NDSU in Fargo, joined them to watch her sister. Karl's team play in the tournament. Delbert and Jean Schulte from Glendive came down to do some chores at their farm on Thursday. They spent some time visiting his brother Larry and his wife. Delbert and Larry cut down some dead trees at both farms, then they all went into the Golva Bar for a delicious St. Patrick's Day lunch. u ~ J History's Headlines Golden Valley News March 22, 1962: Requests for additional research from NDSU were supported by N.D. government officials to determine effective ways for controlling two new serious cattle dis- eases: granular vaginitis and vibriosis. To date these have cost livestock men up to an 85 percent loss in calf crops in some areas. An assortment of farm machinery, tools, miscella- neous items, etc., will be sold at auction on Tuesday, March 27, at the Roy Snow farm, 9 miles south of Beach on U.S. No. 16, and 5 miles east. The equipment being sold belongs to Don Hinman, who is quitting farming. North Dakota ranks first in job creation A Gallup Poll study has again ranked North Dakota the nation's best state for creating jobs. North Dakota also ranked at the top of Gallup poll rankings in 2009 and 2010. "For the past decade, we have been working to build a business climate that creates job growth and economic opportunities for our people," said Gay. Jack Dalrymple. economic development strategies their labor forces, not changing the are producing real results for our size of their workforces, or laying state." off workers and reducing their The Gallup job creation survey workforces. reported that in 2011 employees in In another recent study, North North Dakota were most likely to Dakota was selected as the second report that their employers were hir- happiest state by the Gallup- ing workers rather than letting Healthways Well-Being Index. workers go. The state's resulting North Dakotans reported the second +34 score on Gallup's Job Creation highest degree of well-being in the Index was the best by a significant country in 2011. Hawaiians came in "Thks study illustrates the success margin over any other state. of tl~ose efforts by ranking North The findings are based on nearly Dak~a first in the nation in job 200,000 interviews with employed ~reat~n forthe third consecutive adults during 201,1 and conducted ~?ear.~Vhile other states are suffer- as part of Gallup s Daily Tracking ing j~b losses, North Dakota is Poll. Interviewees were asked reporting impressive growth, whether their companies are hiring dem~/nstrating yet again how our workers and expanding the size of No. 1. The index includes questions about six types of well-being, including overall evaluation of their. lives, emotional health, physicat~ health, healthy behaviors (such whether a person smokes or cises), and job satisfaction, Open o new checking account and S25 will go to local schools for supplies. 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