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Page i Golden Valley News a May 14, 2020 OBITUARIES~NEWS ‘ Barbara Elaine Carlson BEACH — Barbara Elaine Carl— son, 73, of Beach, passed away on May 10, 2020, at Sanford Medical Center; Bismarck, after a short battle with cancer. Silha Funeral Home of Beach has been entrusted with the arrange- ments. Barbara was born on Sept. 21, 1946, to Harold and Carol (Barendse) Lassell. She was the .old- est of three girls. Barbara graduated from Beach High School in 1964. In 1971, she received her bachelor of science degree in education from ‘ Dickinson State University. On June 7, 1969, Barbara was married to Richard “Rick” Carlson of Beach. Barbara and Rick raised two boys, Reid and Troy. Barbara ran an arts and crafts store for a short time. She also worked as a substitute teacher in the Beach school system. Barbara was on the initial advisory committee for the Community Learning and Tech- nology Center where she also taught beginning computer classes and she proctored college exams for people doing online classes. Barbara was a member of the Golden Valley County Historical So~ ciety and the Friends of the Chateau. ,At the time of her death, Barbara was employed in Medora for many years as an interpreter for the Chateau De Mores Interpretive Center. Barbara enjoyed macramé, along with other arts and crafts projects, and to research family ancestry. She enjoyed participating in music in school and church. Barbara was also of great support to her father, Harold, after the death of her mother, Carol. Barbara is survived by her father, Harold of Beach; her sons, Reid and Troy of Bowman, and grandchildren, Nicole Carlson and Mathew Carlson; her sisters, DeEtta (Timothy) Frand- sen of Mesa, Ariz.; and Beryl (Gary) Thorson of Watford City, and nu- ’ merous nieces and nephews. Barbara was preceded in death by her granddaughter, Cianna Carlson, and her mother, Carol Lassell. In lieu of flowers and gifts we ask that you give memorials to the Friends of the Chateau. Remem— brances and condolences may be left for the family at: www.silhafuneral- Texas man dies in crash on HWy. 1806 MANDAN A two-vehicle crash killed a Texas man Wednesday, May 6, about 35 miles south of Mandan on Hwy. 1806. Road conditions were good and the weather was clear and calm. A 2007 Dodge Durango, driven by Terri Yellowhammer, 28,-of' Fort, Yates was traveling southbound en 1806 from Bismarck to Fort Yates. A 1993 Dodge‘Ram, driven by Conan Magilke, 51, and his passenger, An- gela Magilke, 48, both of Lampasas, Texas, was traveling northbound on 1806 from the Solen area to Fort Please suppon- your local merchants Golden Valley News PO. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621 (uses. Pub. No. 221-280) The Golden‘Valley News is pub- lished each Thursday, 22 Central Ave., Suite 4, Beach, ND 58621 by Nordmark Publishing. Periodicals postage paid at/Beach, ND and addi- tional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Golden Valley News, PO. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621. Please allow two to three weeks for new subscriptions, renewal of ex- pired subscriptions and for address changes. Contact Information - Phone: 701 -872-3755 0 Fax: 701-872-3756 Email: Subscriptions: - 1 year: $38 Golden Valley County 1 year: $40 elsewhere in North Dakota o 1 year: $44 out-of-state and snowbirds - 1 year: $44 e-subscription - 9 months: $27 Inastate college rate The Golden Valley News is a proud member of the North Dakota Newspaper Association. All content is copyrighted. 701-872-4471 Interstate Cenex 701-872-3590 “I III" 31"“! l' l I. A Forecast Sponsors: , aurosmucxrms Farmers Union Oil Co. Hot Stuff Pizza 701-872-3190 Rice. .The N.D. Highway Patrol said that Yellowhammer failed to negoti— ate a curve and the Durango traveled off the west shoulder of the road. Yel- lowhammer overcorrected and the Durango crossed the center line into the :northbound Lane, ,striking the Ram. Both vehicles entered the east ditch and rolled. Conani Magilke died at the scene due to injuries sustained in the crash. Yellowhammer and An— gela Magilke were transported to Sanford Hospital. Charges for Yel- lowhammer are under investigation. CONSTRUCTION EOUI TlMED ONLINE ONLY BIDDING! Allergy treatments h Growing up in the 60s and 70s, we all knew kids and adults who were held back by their asthma. They ' sat out gym classes and sporting events, missed school or' work over and over again, were up in~the wee hours of the night fighting to breath, or seemed to make their own chest noises all the time. They got nick- names like Wheezy. ' Jump ahead now to 2020. Al- though we still continue with our tra- ditional allergy avoidance and immunotherapy programs, inhaled corticosteroid inhalers, and long and short acting airway muscle relaxing agents to treat asthma, we now have entered what is being called “The Bi— ologic Era” of asthma treatments. Biologic treatments are not the traditional chemical drugs we have been using for decades. Rather, bio- logics are antibodies similar to those we use to recognize and fight off germs. When designing biologics for asthma patients, scientists replace the recognition portion with a compo— nent that targets “problem signals” from our immune system. One fam- ily of signals or targets, known as in— terleukin proteins, come from T cells and tell other cells what to do. The al— lergy antibody IgE is another target. When the particular biologic is given, Prairie Doc B) Dr. Kelly livans»Hullingcr it circulates through the patient until it finds its target, and then binds to that target. The result is tochange the way our body works, decreasing parts of the allergy or immune reac- tion that causes us to have the asthma. All these therapy Choices can be Overwhelming. We now want to per- sonalize each asthmatic’s program. with the goal of “control,” meaning hopefully, no asthma. It all starts with talking to your doctor to establish an understanding of your history fol: lOWed by a physical examination. You and your doctor might then de— cide on several options including, al— lergy testing, blood counts, IgE levels, nitric oxide breath measure- ment, X—rays, CT scans, and pul- monary function tests as indicated to determine what type of asthma you have. Armed with the knowledge ob— ave come a long way Jump ahead now to 2020. Although we still continue with our traditional allergy avoidance and immunotherapy programs, inhaled corticosteroid in- halers,‘and long and short acting airway muscle relaxing agents to treat asthma, we now have entered what is being called “The Biologic Era” of asthma treatments. tained, your allergy doctor can pre- scribe the best combination of treat- ments to achieve control. And as an added benefit of con- trol, we can hopefully eliminate the use of that old nickname, Wheezy. Extension: Locally raised poultry a meat shortage option A shortage of meat at some gro— cery stores because of the COVID— 19 pandemic means shoppers are looking for other options. One possibility is poultry from a local producer. Producers wishing to merchan- dise poultry products need to meet certain requirements. In North Dakota, producers/growers may slaughter and sell up to 20,000 healthy birds per year of any domesticated poultry on their farm. Producers/growers may slaughter and sell only the birds they raised on their own farm. Birds must be slaughtered at, the owner's farm under sanitary conditions and may be sold only to householdcon-. sumersn . Air . The birds can be sold on the farm and ,also off the farm, such asfrom , refrigerated trucks the producers take on the road to sell poultry at various locations. Carcasses or parts from birds may not be sold to hotels, restaurants, in— stitutions or retail stores. Also, pro-' ducers can't use their facility to slaughter or process another person's TI 1 BIDDING OPENS: May 18th - 8:00 am. (MT) BIDDING BEGINS TO CLOSE: May 2 151‘ - 12:00 p.m. (MT) poultry. To sell poultry this way, produc— ers have to apply for an exemption from the North Dakota Department of Agriculture and meet facility and sanitation requirements. If an ex— emption is granted, they must meet regulatory requirements that are ver- ified through inspections. Visit tryND for more information about North Dakota's poultry slaughter, processing and sales regulations for small-scale producers. Minnesota poultry producers must register with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture as an on— farm exempt processor and meet the state's regulations on the slaughter . and ~— . sale. of poultry. Visit Put Your Money Where Your House Isl, local independent bushesses are 19‘ A 5.5: youroesrvalue strengthen our Community and our economy PMENT - GUNS .s. AMMo 9980 41 st St. SW Gladstone, ND Heart River Excavating has been a staple business in the community. This estate auction certainly oftersthe entire line of well~maintainedand functional construction equipment. Piier’s additionally welcomes Martin Construction as an integral addition to this exceptional sate. This sale features an excellent line up at scrapers, motor graders, skid steers, mini excavator, trucks, trailers, multiple guns and many rounds of ammo! You do not want to miss out on this excellent auction! CONSTRUCTION SKID STEERS TOOLS, PARTS 5. MISC, - Christensen 556 Model (A15 Sai a 20 Gauge o 1 ac er euson 5023-2 ' mi xcavator,1,312 Hours ' Hitachi ZX330L Excavator, 1 1,600 Hours a Case 1H 16501.16? Dolor, 3,650 Hours - Terex TSMD Scraper - Terex 1514 Scraper -Terex T5143 Scraper -TerexTSlllDE Scraper Caterpillar 6371) Scraper - Caterpillar 140G Motor Grader, 7,318 Hours 1 2011 Case IH $11250 Skid Steer, 1,600 Hours 1998 Volvo AZSC Haul Truck. 11,480 Engine Hours 2010 Cat 299C Skid Steer, 5,400 Hours o New Holland LSTBO Skid Steer, 4.0110 Hours . Ag Renewal Grass Seed Sweep Pallet Forks - Snow Bucket Rock Grapple Bucket SEMIS Gr TRUCKS - 2011 Western Star Semi, 606.056 Miles - 2000 Freightliner Van Truck, 178.126 M rles ~1998 Ford F800 Service Truck, 208,104 Mites - 1987 Peterbilt Water Truck, 133517011195 1977 Kenworth W900 Lube Truc k Ford F600 Fuel Truck TRACT ORS, VEHICLES Sr TRAILERS - 1981 international 5288 Tractor w/ Koyker 600 Loader, 15,888 Hours - 2015 Ford F250 Pickup. 191.666MI105 - 2006 Ford F350 Pickup, 225,902 Miles c 2006 Ford F350 Lariat Pickup, 23031601111005 - 1982 Ford F250 Pickup. 8309! Miles o1975 Ford F100 . 2005 Chevrolet Suburban, 1910/5 Miles - 2013 PI Tilt Bed CarTrailer ' Pl Dump Trailer - Aluma 6310 T51 Trailer - CM Flatbed Toro Zero Turn Lawn Mower - 2008 Honda Rancher ATV - 2002 Polaris 400 Sportsman ATV ' - GMC Truck Alumacrait Canoe v 13) Conex Store e Containers ~13) 110 Gallon uel Tanks ‘ 13) Cattle Guards Multiple Sizes & Sets of Tires Multiple Sizes 8: Sets 01 Plastic Pi es Railroad Undertarrlagefor Vehlc e - 14) Bowl Strands 13) New Cutting Ed 0 Sets i 7) Terex Transmiss on Cores - Terex Parts Front Radiator and Condenser Radiator - 7514 ROPS . Steering Cylinders Differential Cores ‘ Differential and Planetary Gears ' Air Cleaners and Pre Cleaners Steerin Cylinders - 12) Bow C linders v Ejector Cy inders PTO Housings - Nor nco SKS Century . 1939 USSR . Fabric Ham . Planetaries o Radiators - 22 3 s Henry Browning FEG - FN Herstad Tool Box . Ruger Si 1e 6 -Lo Chain ~Smith : Fap-FLLI etta eTaurus P15ch Plus ~Herita eRoug Wesson Model 19—3 Revolver - Colt Law Enforcement Carbine Arms inc. Model M70882 1942 Century Arms inc. Model M91 -30 Century Arms inc. Stock ~ 1955 Century Arms inc. erlied Hawk - Smith Sr Wesson AMMO v 40,000 +l~ Rounds of Ammo, 9mm, 11.5 Auto, 110. 41-1 Mag. 380 Auto, 223, $36. 1.7, 7.62. 25 Auto. 32 Auto. 243, 270, 357 Mag, 38 Special. 17.22 SO MUCH MORE! ton 8: Richardson Model .088 ‘ Ru er merican Rimfrre - lth ca Gun Co. M49 Remington Model 770 Savage Mark 2 - linger Model 1022 _ - Weatherby Vanguard 270 Winchester . Buschmaster Carbine 15 North American Arms .22 M69 A - Mufflers FEG Model P1163 8.3 Cummins Engine . R 13) Culverts Bulk Oli Gravity Tank - Grace LD Series Pump and Hose Reel Lincoln Mig Welder Gunslinger 260 Wiceieed Welder 1 Miller Portable Welder/Generator MITM Air Compressor AaLadin Hot Water Pressure Washer Mi-TvM Pressure Washer - Power Relief Generator PoulanPro 4300 Generator Pentagon Twister PTMOOE Generator ' R (2) Oxy/Acet lene Torch Sets 1 Braided Cab e - WeatherGuard Tool Box . JoBox Pickup Tool Box Flatbed Mountable Storage Box ‘ 12) Large Cievices Wacker Neuson 3550-2 ibra Packer v Pittsburg 22 Ton Air Jack Dewalt Bench Grinderand Stand Braided Tow Rope Drill Press a Honda WBZOXT Transfer Pump - Dewait Table Saw . Dewalt Miter Saw and Saw Horse Stand - Complete Standard lm act Socket Set Waclter Neuson LTN6 l. ht Plant OWNERS: Brian Martin Estate 6. Heart River Construction or 17 NW! Model 10663 Survival Rifle - Kimber Model 1911 - Sig Sauer Mosquito - Smith & Wesson SW40VE t Kel—Tec PMR-SO :Tauruslllirllenium PT 111 Pro . - Tan Fogllo Witness hrider . Thompson Center Arms Phoenix Arms Raven . Armi Tan Foglio Guise c Jimenez Arms Model 1122 - ‘fitan Bulfal Scout Model E1 5 - Smith 8: Wesson Model 19 - Tan Fogllo Witness Model Cat1 1400 .12) Nonnco Model 1911 A15 ~ MasteIryiece Arms . Army an Foglio Guiseppe Model GT27 pe Model GT27 ‘ Caterpill j CONTACTS: Andy Mrnak, John Soreide or Jim Sabe at 701.523.7366 llns sale is rnananurl by Prtrr Alli nun Kr Realty, Kevrrr i’iter, ND :17! 5. All statements made the day 0111!? auction take precedence over all printed materials. The seller reserves the rl hi to re err or error all bids. Piler's Auction 11 Real! , 1506 29111 Ave 5., Moorhead, MN 56560 Pifer’s AUCTION EERS Area 7-day Forecast Partly Cloudy l‘rccrp ('hunt‘c: 20% wwwpiferscom Thursday Scattered T-strrrms 58/45 l’recip (Tirancci 115% (12/43 Mostly Cloudy 62/49 i’tecip (Trance: Jir, Sunday l’zn'll} 1‘1! . (GU/56 l’rc'crp1'li.rncc: 5‘: Monday ’? i"11(1) 74/61 l’rmp (Trance: 311’? feed/poultry-processing for more in- formation. V i s i t for the North Dakota Department of Agriculture‘s revised map to help consumers more easily find local foods, including beef, pork and poul~ try, in North Dakota. You said it, North Dakota! NOTHING LIKE newsman nouEImnc. ers ,3, Tuesday “'41) Hourly 68/55 i’rcclp (Trance: 21 i”! (‘luutly 63/50 v,’)\‘ Dear Subscribers: In the unlikely event we are unable to print, it’s our plan to e-mail to you your weekly Golden Valley News. We’ve been able to contact the ma- jority of you by phone, or you’ve sent us your e-mail address. Thank you! If you haven’t heard from us, please e-mail to us your e-mail address, subscription number and phone number. The subscription number is on the mailing. label of every edition. P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621—0156 Wednesday l’t'cclp (‘lLuiccz 211’. Area Deaths - Edward "Bill" Fields, 86, Sierra Madre, Calif.‘, formerly of Dickin— s‘on,Feb. 15. ' Barbara E. Metz, 90, South Heart, May 4 I 0 Ruby D. Bruce, 69, Baker, Mont., May 5 ' Henry Kubischta, 89, Dickin- son, May 6 Henry "Hank" Glick, 75, Dick— inson, May 6 - Earl Ackermann Jr., 97, Dickin- son, May 6 Josephine Krush, 90, Dickinson, May 7 0 Margaret "Marge" Hibl, 92, Dickinson, formerly of, Belfield, May 8 - Dorothy Miller, 93, Richardton, May 8 0 Donald Brown, 85, Scranton, May 8 - Steven E. Pena, 61, Gladstone, May 10 ' ' DEADLINES The deadline for submitted copy and stories and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872-3755 or e-mail goldenandbillings Get the word out _ about your business! Calliiaiodev... . .. .. “,1... ' foruetaiis! Weather Trivia 1 1mm n- the 9 between a watch and a hurricane . warning 1’ (Iilli'l’rfltt‘é’ hurricane ‘lmtfifldw 311‘ {but ‘Tiurrrntn r‘ us ‘siqxxwtl Ana \uwriiprr-m nrn‘uunrg rim?“ 1‘. ill :m‘mny \\ \\'\\'.\\'hzlls( )lll'\\t‘iliiic‘l‘.t‘itill .i. ‘v in .- u _- A.34,334.33,v_v;v,mv.v,‘tmegv v.1 v a v v z I x 3. J J .1 .- JJ _v.- .v; .- .‘J .v .v .v ,V‘.I‘I