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May 3, 2018 Golden Valley News % Page 7 Hat Tips By Dean Meyer News/Pioneer Classified Ads: A minimum charge of $7.00 for 25 words and 10 cents per word thereafter. Deadline for Classifieds & Display Ads: 12:00 p.m. Friday preceding publication date. Phone: 701-872-3755 Fax: 701-872-3756, Email: goldenandbillings@gmail.com 2009 Yamaha WaveRunner VX DeluxeLOOKING FOR THE most complete listing with four-stroke engine. ONLY 56.5 hours, of ND Media? ND Media Guide. Only $25! Also offering LIKE NEW Shorelander jet Call 701-223-6397, ND Newspaper Asso- ski trailer and jet ski lift. Buy all three and ciation. get a package deal! Call 701-550-9249. tfn WE MAKE IT easy to place an ad in one Apartment for rent in Beach, $550 a or all 90 North Dakota newspapers. One month All utilities paid by owner. 701-690- order, one bill, one check. We provide the 8172. No pets please, tfn 'ad design and tear sheets. Call the North Dakota Newspaper Association, 701-223- 6397. Western View Apartments, Beach. Two bedrooms available, all utilities paid, laun- dry hookups, income based. Call Barbara, 701-872-4102. Non-smoking. Profession- ally managed by Prairie Homes Manage- ment, 1-888-893-9501, TTY 1-800-366-6888 $200 Walmart Card (with 12 month lease). Garden Club Annual Spring Plant Sale; Fri- day, May 18th, 8:30am-7:00pm; Saturday, May 19th, 8:30am-12:00pm; Blue Bldg G olden Valley County Fairgrounds; Gift Cer- tificates are available at the Library & Ex- tension Ofc. 34-36 The family of Steve Kremers would like to thank the community for the outpouring of support and love during his untimely death. Our family is overwhelmed with feelings of gratitude and appreciation for your kind- ness. We feel grateful and humbled by all the emotional support we've been receiv- ing from extended family, friends and members of the community. Thank you to all those who reached out to our family whether it was the numerous cards, phone calls, donations, masses, flowers, food, visits or memorials. Special thanks to the Golva ambulance Getting older brings poor memory N Hello, As is always said, old age is not good, but it is better than the other option. What made me think of this is my age. I'm getting old enough where I suppose I would be referred to as elderly. I used to think elderly was around 50, then I thought 60, then 70 Now I'm figuring it is in the early hundreds. I remember when Lynn turned 50. We were on th~wayto a rodeo and maybe had a cold beer. I toasted his birthday and Lynn said, "Just like a spare tire that's never been out of the trunk!" I didn't believe him. That tire had a lot of wear and tear on it. And he had left tracks to prove it. But I thought he was elderly. Now some of you other elderly people can attest to the fact that the memory begins to falter. Names are harder to remember. For me, dates have always been tough. Some peo- ple can remember the snowstorm in 1975 or the drought in 1961. They can remember birthdays, anniver- saries, and Christmas. I often forget what I had for supper last night. We were having coffee with some friends last week. You know how it is. The men were sitting in one group and the wives were off at another table planning their gardens and talk- ing of their grandkids. Being cattlemen, we often talk of weather, cows, and cow stuff. Steaks are cow stuff. This one old boy began telling us that he and his wife had gone out to supper and he had been served the best ribeye he had ever eaten. It was tender, flavorful, and the service was fantastic. Now this got us all interested. There is nothing better in life than a great ribeye and a baked potato. Well, maybe some things. When he was questioned about which restaurant they had dined in, he hit a wall. A blank spot. Try as he might, he couldn't figure out the name of the restaurant. By now, we were really into this story. We wanted to try this fabulous restaurant out. I mean we have birth- days, anniversaries, and other occa- sions coming up to celebrate. So we kept after him. Finally, he asked, "What's the name of that pretty flower?" "Crocus?" "Tulip?" "No," he said. "That one that you buy by the dozen and it smells good." "Rose," I asked? "That's it," he exclaimed! "Rose, what was the name of that restaurant we ate at last week?" Later, Dean Rent this space for only a few dollars a week. Call 872-3755 for more details today/ Position open: Elementary teacher (full- time; 9 mo.) The Lone Tree School District in Golva, North Dakota, is accepting appli- cations for an elementary teacher at Golva Elementary School for the 2018 - 19 school year. Base salary is $35,500 or DOE. Housing is available. Benefits in- clude TFFR, full-single health, vision, den- tal, disability and life insurance. Send cover letter, resume, transcripts and copy of ND Teaching Certificate to: Golva Ele- mentary School, Janine Cleon, Principal, PC Box 170, Golva ND 58632 OR to Ja- nine.Olson@k12.nd.us. Call 701-872-3674 for further inquiries. The Lone Tree School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disabil- ity, age, or other protected status in its pro- grams and activities. For information regarding our non-discrimination policies, contact us. Veteran's Preference does not apply to teaching positions (NDCC 37- 19.1-02 (4)). 33-36 NORTHWEST AREA SCHOOLS EDUCA- TIONAL COOPERATIVE in Isabel, South Dakota, is seeking an Early Childhood Special Education Instructor. South Dakota licensure is required. NWAS offers com- petitive salary, benefits, transportation and SD Retirement. Position is open until filled. Contact Quinn Lenk, Director, at 605-466- 2206, or email quinn.lenk@k12.sd.us. crew for getting to the house so quickly and for the comfort they provided. Whab. an immeasurable service you provide to our community. Thank ybu to Father Dan Berg for com- forting the family during our time of need and helping remind us, though he may be gone we will all be together again one day. We appreciate the beautiful service pro- vided by Father Dan and Deacon Don and the music from the men's choir along with Leon and Alicia Heick. Also thank you to St. Mary's Alter Society for the wonderful meal. Thank you to Steve's neighbors, more im- portantly, friends, that unselfishly stepped up and helped a neighbor in need with no questions asked. From checking cows to stopping in to check on Marie, Steve would have been so humbled and thank- ful for your help. He cherished his rela- tionships with each and everyone of you. The outpouring of love has given us the strength and courage to face the days ahead. Marie Kremers Dolores Kremers Karly and Steve Berger Courtney and Jeb Williams Lindsay and Jay Dykins Cassie and Bill Szudera Vickie Hardy and Family Prairie. Barns , Construction LLC We custom build: Homes Wood Frame Buildings Steel Frame Buildings Steel & Shingle Roof Systems Licensed & insured in ND & MT Call us for a quote! 701-690-6224 prairiebams@gmail.com Based in Beach, ND Mention this ad to receive $100 off your project! Construct~ ~ Integ, Bennett lou All Risk Crop & Hail Insurance 211 West Main Street Ada, MN 56510 16201 Otd Highway 10 Sentinel Butte, ND 58654 1-800-784-2106 hougtum@toretet.net www.federatcrop, net John Germolus Wayne Lee hlarisa CaHsrud This entity is an equal opportunity provider Personal Care Assistant Korina Ctuffini 701-500-0904 Do you or a family member need personal assistance/housekeeper or to run errands? I have 36yearsrexpe,%=nce as a Certified Nursing Assistant. I am registered with the state of North Dakota and am willing to travel. Can supply references. Sue Finneman Licensed Real Estate Agent in N.D. (701) 483-6789; (701) 527-8159 celt; or suefinneman @homeandlandcompany.com Land C O M P A N 'i Real Estate Professionals income level for t nt services BISMARCK - Income eligibilityMedical services include, but are not ::: guidelines for treatment services limited to, dental services, medica- ::, available through the North Dakota tions, therapy, and nutrition services,-" Department of Health (NDDoH) Di- as well as laboratory tests, medical vision of Special Health Services equipment and care coordination. (SHS) have increased based on"Approximately one in five chil- , changes in the federal poverty levels, dren in North Dakota has a special : The change increases the amount of health care need," said Tina Feig- income a family can make and still itsch, SHS claims and eligibility ad- qualify for services. Effective May l, ministrator with the NDDoH. a family of four will be able to earn "Although many of these children up to $46,435 annually (or $3,870 may be covered by some type of ':' monthly per household) and still health insurance, programs through , meet income eligibility requirements, the Division of Special Health Serv- Funded by the Maternal and Child ices act as a gap-filler for over 100 :'; Health Block Grant, SHS promotes medically eligible conditions and services that improve the health and promote access to quality health ;: well-being of individuals with spe- care." cial health care needs and their ram- To qualify for SHS treatment ilies. Treatment services through the services, families must be North ; SHS Financial Coverage Program Dakota residents and meet medical help families pay for medical serv- and financial guidelines. To deter- ', ices for eligible children, youth, and mine whether a child qualifies, ram- young adults birth to age 21 who re- ilies may conta& their local county . quire specialty care to diagnose and social services office or the state SHS treat their chronic health conditions, office. NOTHING WORKS LIKE NEWSPAPER V-bar-K Trenching & Backhoe We love the small jobs! S pecia! izing jn sgrjng development Lane & Mellisa Lawman 701-218-0005 KEY Janitorial Service * Carpet andUpho tery C&aning * Strip andWax Floors * Disaster C6 anup * Residen tialand Commercial Ken & Virginia Young Owners Glendive, MT Call 406-377-3597 www.keyj anitorial.net Get the word out about your Call us today RAILROAD VEGETATION CONTROL: ~ [~~ Full-time traveling opportunity, 60-80 To THE POINT ~!1 hours/week, $13-$15/hour starting, meal allowance, paid lodging, health/dental, --Manor, inc. III 401(k) & Paid Time Off. RAW, Inc. in I~NIFE ~HARPENING Cooperstown, ND - 888.700.0292 Vicki Brcwlen, Administrator ||| I www.rawapplicators.com I info@rawap- Flexible Meal Plans |l| plicators.com " Your local A.s.si.sted Living III Tired of using those dull HELP WANTED: PFEIFLE Chevrolet in telephone company Night Security III Wishek, N.D is seeking an experienced kitchen knives? What about Serving the Beach, Activities III Service Technician. Up to $5 000 sign on that old hunting knife9 Breathe 701-872-4282 or TrY 800-366-6888 IIIII bonus if GM Trained, Call Dave at 701- new life into them b" ettin Golva, III 452-2375. Y g g them sharpened. You will Sentinel Butte & Medora enjoy using your knives once areas US Department of HUD facility. II| again. Call today. Rental assist ce is available to III ND FARM LAND Values surge upward. " Chuck Cutforth For service please call those who (aualifv. |1| Are you selling or renting? Pifer's Auction ~ 701-872-2423 1-800-523-5436 and Farm Land Management. Bob Pifer 701.371.8538. Kevin Pifer 701.238.5810. ueacn, Nu Free valuation. ONSTRUCTION ttg I Dakota Farm Equipment, since 1936 | your local John Deere 701-872-3317 305 N Merrill Ave. J dealership, has an PllIP Glendive, MT Licensed Contractor J opening for an agricultural FARM E .GUIPMENT Backhoe & Other Dirt Work, Guns Bought, Sold, J sales representative at " Design, Building and Supply, Repaired, and Traded Iour Beach, ND, location. Qualified person wil! be Concrete,RoofingStOne & Brick, FFH Licensed Ernie Huether, Pres. J self-motivated selling new and used agricultural Furnace installation eh7m rn @ men.net |equipment while providing technical support for Ag New or remodeling 377-3969 I Management Solutions, Generous employer paid Building yourdreams [benefit package complete with 401K. To apply, call through 4 generations! Firearms Gun Safes |John Huizinga at 701-225-8123 or email your resume Smart Wool Ammunition I to johnhuizinga@dakotafarmequip.com E.O.E Beach, ND 58621 Reloading Equipment for details! WE BUY AND SELL Riding Mowers Tillers Snowblowers Wagons Also, do, some, small engine repair and have used parts. ---" Lane Lawman Tristen Lawman M-X Cell: (701) 218-0005 COMMOD TY ~ Insurance for Agriculture ~ Crop, Hail, Forage, Rainfall, Whole-Farm, Livestock, Special Event Rain Insurance, Hay Stack, Grain Fire & More Lavy Steiner 701-290-3990 Belfield lavy@ciagencynd.com www.ciagencynd.com Commodity Insurance Agency LLC is an equal opportunity provider and employe~ MJ Plumbing Anthony Medina Master Plumber #1192 Sewer camera & location Sewer rod All new plumbing Services New & old construction Residential, commercial If it has to do with plumbing, we can help (701) 301-7465 anthony@mjplumbingnd.com PC Box 966, Beach, ND For all your plumbing needs! 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