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Page 8 Golden Valley News April 10, 2014 nership and elevates North Dakota as the first state to enter in to partner- ships with multiple neighboring countries in what has become known as a regionalization concept. Togo is centered between the nations of Ghana and the Republic of Benin, both of which are partner countries with North Dakota. A reception following the cere- mony was where attendees enjoyed local food and exchanged gifts. Sprynczynatyk presented a North Dakota state flag to the Togolese mil- itary leaders. "We will hang it up where every- one can see it," Kadangha added. A State Partnership Program agreement was signed earlier in the week with Benin, and North Dakota is currently celebrating its 10-year partnership with Ghana. The three partner nations will present opportunities for joint, mul- tilateral engagements that can be beneficial in providing training for the North Dakota National Guard. Soldiers and airmen working with Ghanaian, Beninese, and Togolese officials will demonstrate how mili- tary organizations can interact with M;00nor News ey Marlene Muruato That old adage didn&apos;t work for us this year... March didn't go out like a lamb - quite the contrary, it went out roaring louder than it did at the beginning of March. Someone needs to think up a new March saying just for North Dakota. Shall we have a contest? Frances Kress shared some past news that occurred on March 8 - Mark and Robin Kress and their son, Tanner and a friend, visited from Bis- marck. After their visit, Frances fell, hurt her back, and was out of com- mission for a while so she wasn't able to share her news. We are so glad she's up and feeling better. Thursday, March 27, started off with Mass in the Chapel at 9 a.m. Ex- ercises in the Activity Room began at 9:45 a.m. For those who still had some energy left, they went shopping in town at 10:30. Then we played cards and games in the Activity Room at 2 p.m. Joann Jablonski vis- ited with Mary Barthel. Julie Rogers also visitpd Mary Barthel. Bobbie Stockwell visited her brother, Gary Riederer. Josh Barthel visited Wiene Barthel. Hair day began Friday morning at 8 a.m. with our hair ladies, Judy Ri- denhower and Judy Vincent. They worked hard at making us feel beau- tiful and refreshed. Coffee and good- ies were served in the Dining Room for those waiting their turn and for those already pampered. Most of us made our way to the Dining Room again for our afternoon coffee time at 3 p.m. We enjoy our social hours and all are welcome to join in. Friday was Helen Flaten's birthday! Linda Mar- Integrity Funds are sold by prospectus only. An investor should consider the investment objectives, risks, and charges and expenses of the investment company care- fully before investing. The prospectus contains this and other information about the investment company. You may obtain a prospectus at no cost from your financial adviser or by calling 800-276-1262. Please read the prospectus carefully before investing. A portion of your income may be subject to Alternative Minimum Tax. integrity Funds Oistribtltor LLC Integrib. < :Funds  Mare St North Minor ND 58703 !NTEGRIT VIKINGS_" Memb,-r: FINRA " NOT FDIC INSURED NO BANK GUARANTEE MAY LOSE VALUE Golva News By Shirley Schulte Old Man Winter and Mother Na- ture have no idea that the calendar says "spring." The Golva area got a nice shower of rain starting early Sunday afternoon, which was fol- lowed by 10 inches of snow, causing schools in the area as well as most of the state to be closed on Monday. Wednesday morning was bright and sunny, but by 2:30 in the afternoon Highway 16 between Beach and Golva was once again covered with several inches of slush caused by rain followed by snow, making travel very treacherous. Several people from Golva were present when over 125 relatives and friends gathered at the activity room in the Golden Valley Manor on Sun- day, March 30, to help former Golva resident Florence Finneman celebrate her 90th birthday. Her children hosted the event. The guests came from Alaska, Michigan, Minnesota, Partnership (Continued from Page 1) q Maj. Gen. David Sprynczynatyk, North Dakota adjutant gen- eral, greets a troop leader of the Togolese Armed Forces in front of the military headquarters at Lome, Togo, on April 4. (Courtesy Photo) citizens and their government, while reinforcing the concept that the mili- tary is subordinate to its respective nation's civil authorities. The State Partnership Program links a unique component of the Department of De- fense, a state's National Guard, with the armed forces or equivalent of a partner country in a cooperative, mu- tually beneficial relationship. At the national level, the SPP is in its 20th year of building relationships between the United States and na- tions around the globe. With the in- clusion of Benin and Togo, the SPP includes 68 security partnerships. man led Bible Study and singing time in the Chapel. Missy, Gus, Delaney, and Jack Tvedt visited with Juanita Baird. Florence Finneman's daughter, Ruth Schmitt, came from Bay City, Mich., for her birthday. She will spend the week here in Beach visiting with her and other family members. Saturday, March 29, began with exercises in the Activity Room. Sarah Maus visited Florence Finne- man. Tony Wanner visited Florence Finneman. Jodi Smith visited with Jessica Savini. Jason and Laura Schmitz took Christine Finneman's old TV and donated it to the Manor. Mafilyn Moe from Bismarck visited Wiene Barthel. Sunday, March 30, was Florence Finneman's birthday! Adoration in the Chapel began at 9 a.m. Word and Communion followed at 10. From 1 to 3 p.m. in the Activity Room Flo- rence Finneman's family held an open house for her 90th birthday. The Community Church held services in the Chapel at 6:30 p.m. Dylan visited with Florence Finneman. Agnes Schmeling visited Florence Finne- man. Joleen Hutchison visited Flo- rence Finneman. Dixie, Taylor and Sarah Abraham visited with grandma Edie Abraham. They also came for the open house. Clara Michels made the cakes for the gathering. Jessica Savini reported that she must have fainted in church because when she came to she was in an ambulance on her way to St. Alexius. Patty and Dennis Schaner visited aunt Wiene Barthel. Ron and Julianna Thoemke, Kaleb Clark, Dooney Finneman, Elaine Nell, and Sherry Zachmann visited with Wiene Barthel. Vern and Ellyne Tosner and Jerry and Sue Tosner visited with Verna Tosner. A1 Rojic spent the day with Sis Rojic. Monday coffee time and social hour in the Dining Room started at 3 p.m. Allen Springer and his family visited with sister, Gertrude Jacobs, before they left for Germany. Tuesday began with exercises in the Activity Room at 9:45 a.m. St. Paul's Church members led our after- noon bingo hour beginning at 2 p.m. Many commented on the wonderful baked goods they brought. The Manor residents wanted to recognize Marian Chrudimski, Lorraine Wag- ner, Carol Weidner, and Barbara Feldmann for all they did to put on a fun bingo time. Devotions were held in the Chapel at 7 p.m. with Pastor Hojnacki. Ruth Schmitt visited with Florence Finneman. Darlene Begger visited with Wiene Barthel and brought her chocolate covered raisins. Sherry Zachmann visited with her morn, Wiene Barthel, and brought supper, f' i Wednesday craft time with Mar lene and Bethine involved a little switcheroo. Instead of our usual fun with food activity we made two quilts for the upcoming high school prom, and we put together Easter care boxes for our soldiers. Next week we will have our fun with food project. Mary Barthel's sister, Diane, went shopping for her. Andy Rooney quote of the week, "I've learned ... that everyone wants to live on top of the mountain, but all the happiness and growth occurs while you're climbing it." Montana, South Dakota and North Dakota. Her children, 18 grandchil- dren and 26 great-grandchildren and all of Florence's living sisters and brothers as well as nieces, nephews and godchildren were present for the occasion. The weather was great; 60 degrees outside and almost everyone had departed by the time the snow- storm hit. Relatives in the area received word that 99-year-old Marcella (Finneman) Kittle of Walport, Ore., has passed away. She was the daugh- ter of Mike and Susanna Finneman, and a sister to Buster, Clarence, An- drew and Wiene (Finneman) Barthel. The family lived southeast of Golva in the Burkey area. After each of the Masses in Beach and Golva this past weekend, the group that recently made a trip to Guatemala presented a very interest- ing slide show about the people they met, the work they did and the sights they saw while there. Coffee and rolls were provided for all to eat while enjoying the slides and listen- ing to the interesting account of their journey. On Monday evening, Rick Bostyan stopped for a cup of coffee and checked on his neighbors, Larry and Shirley Schulte. Don and Marie Nistler were in Bismarck this past weekend for med- ical appointments. On Monday as Don finished his first appointment, they quickly sent him to his next ap- pointment. By noon they had shut the clinic down and several of the nurses were forced to stay at a nearby motel since the raging storm with snow and high winds was causing travel to be very dangerous due to lit- tle or no visibility. The Nistlers were forced to stay in Bismarck until Tues- day afternoon. Shown are Deb Walworth, Scott Harris, Jill Schatz, Michelle Hodges, Vanessa Ueckert, Cory Mc- Caskey, Jolene Obrigewitch, Troy Tescher, Tim Oech, Kristi Fischer, Kim Nunberg, Stacey Swan- son, Marcia Lamb and Renae Smith. Steering Committee members were McCaskey, Nunberg, and Obrigewitch, and Ashley Ueckert, who isn't shown, while the others were participants in the short course. (Courtesy Photo) Local residents graduate from program Fifteen residents from southwest- ern North Dakota and southeastern Montana completed a Rural Leader- ship of North Dakota (RLND) short course. The participants attended five sessions in the cities of Wibaux, Montana and Golva, Beach, Sen- tinel Butte and Medora. The purpose of the course was to give partici- pants skills to help them be effective leaders in their communities. The participants learned about communication skills, understanding and managing conflict, understand- ing behavioral styles of themselves and others, importance of team building, and civic engagement. The participants heard from professional speakers and took part in classroom activities and practicums. The RLND Program is designed for men and women who are dedi- cated to strengthening the agricul- ture community, their community and the state of North Dakota for the future. ) Q,I ! 790." The U.S. patent system was formed. 1849." The safety pin was patented by Walter Hunt, in New York. 1866: The American Society for Pre- vention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) was chartered. INCOME TAXES EATING YOUR LUNCH? 1912: Titanic set sail on its fateful voyage. 1947: Branch Rickey of the Brook- lyn Dodgers announced that Jackie Robinson had signed with the team. 1963." The atomic-powered subma- rine Thresher sank off Cape Cod, Mass. 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