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2 Golden Valley News & Billings County Pioneer Thursday, July ,13, 2006 0tin E~IWr Farmers Union Oil Co. 701-872-4471 Interstate Cenex 701-872-3590 ~HOT STUFF PIZZA I P I z z A.j 701-872-3190 Thursday Mostly Sunny 91/60 Precip Chance: 5% Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Mostly SunnyMostly SunnyMostly Sunny Partly Cloudy 94/59 91/62 94/65 92164 Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance:, 5% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 10% What is known as an "Indian Summer"? @ Tuesday Wednesday soJj ,sau am Partly Cloudy Mostly Sunny A OlIOJ tu l ql s p mJ AA 'f p 90/61 90162 aql saajaJ msal aqJL Preeip Chance: 10% Preeip Chance: 5% -i ,/ What started as a two-week visit with grandma turned into six packed weeks of fishing, fourth of July fireworks, learning to drive a car, rodeoing, mowing lawns for money (for fireworks) shooting at Woody (the unwanted woodpecker), riding in two parades in two states, and more fishing. 'Course he wanted to stay. He had the life of Riley. Sleep 'til noon, fish 'til 6 p.m drink all the pop and eat all the Lay's jalapeno chips and Ike's and Mike's jelly beans he wanted without someone ragging on him. Matt changed my summer. I got all weepy as he prepared to leave Sunday. I wept remembering the six-inch long night crawler I found in the carrots as I was peeling them. for Friday supper. My screams only resulted in disgust. "My Gawd, it's only a worm." Those fishing worms in the refrig- erator can be a real grey hair grower. I vept when I got in the white Ford and smell the funky odor left over from fish for- by Sharon Dietz gotten in the trunk for t2 hours in 90 plus degree heat. A full day was spent trying to" scrub a trunk clean and Renewzit to pieces. Even burying rotten fish doesn't make the smell go away. Couldn't they have been the fish that got away? I wept as I remembered the driving les- sons that I promised him when he was 18 months old and sitting on my lap trying to drive the car while waiting for mom in a parking lot. Now the lanky teen who can race cars on Nintendo, had to get use to the width of a car, where the wheels were, not to put the left foot on the .brake, and NOT to take the eyes .off the road. He slammed on the brakes because he thought he might hit a bird. As I got my head out of the dash, I assured him birds have a god-given ability to get out of the way most of the time. Speaking of birds, my sister's house was riddled with woodpecker holes, one had the culprit in it, nesting. Matt's jOb was to make that woodpecker miserable enough so it would move. Mission not accomplished. After six weeks of near constant harassment, old Woody is still hole up in the garage. No amount of stalking, laying in wait, taping the hole shut or BBs pumped at old Woody made a difference. Matt let Sunday. Woody's still in his perch. I really did cry. I will miss him. He says he's coming back to try to get catfish from Beaver Creek. I can always weep again. Dale Galland and Darryl Pisk, of Terry, Mont Paul Sevier and Harold Chamberlain of Glendive, Mont. and Andrew Smith of Beach held a Fly In for hobby aircraft on Friday, July 7 at the Beach Airport. They flew combat, getting points for cutting the streamers of another's plane. (photos by Cindy ' Makelky) Golden Valley County Sheriff SUMMARY OF CALLS RECEIVED FOR THE CITY OF BEACH JUNE 20O6 Abandoned Vehicle 1 Abandoned/Damaged Bicycle 1 Agency Assist 1 / mbulance Assist 3 Bank Alarm (false) 1 Check on Warrant 1 Criminal Mischief 3 Fireworks 3 Lost/Stolen Wallet 1' Ministerial Assistance 2 Minor in Possession/Alcohol 1 Overdue Juvenile 1 Public Assist,3 Simple Assault/Domestic 1 Stolen Cell Phone. 1 Suspicious Persons/Activity 4 Theft/Criminal Mischief 1 Threatening/Harassment t. Unauthorized Use of Vehicle 1 Vehicle Unlock 1 Welfare Check 1 Total 33 Citations Issued: Simple Assault/Domestic 1 Community Calendar Billings Co. Historical Society will have a picnic Wednesday July 19, 5:30pro at Chimney Park. If inclement weather picnic will be held at the Emergency Building. Golden Valley County Historical Society meets every second Tuesday of each month at 7 pm at the museum. Senior Citizen Club of Belfield July 16 - Pot Luck 12:30, M-Z serving; July 19, Health Screening - 9am-noon, 1-2:30pm; Business Meeting lpm; July 26 - Recycle cards, 10am; July 31 - Bingo/Pool, 1-3pro; Birthday party following. Spirit of the West - Golden Valley County Fair August 3-6. Featuring Fast Eddie & the Corvettes, Friday evening, August 4 - Beach Fairgrounds. Parrot Head Express, Saturday evening, August 5 - Beach Fairgrounds. Demolition Derby - Sunday, August 5, 1pro- Beach Fairgrounds. 50th Annual Home on the Range Champions Ride Rodeo 1pro, Sunday, August 6 Southwestern District Health Unit Billings/Golden Valley County Health clinics for July will be held as follows: * Fairfield Firehall 9-noon, 1-3 pm Beach office, July 19,26,31 9-noon, 1-3 pm Sentinel Butte 8 to 11 am * Golden Valley Manor July 18, 9-10 am Beach Senior Citizen's Ctr. July i9 10:30am-12:45 pm Medora Courthouse, July 28, 9 to noon Blood Pressure, pulse, weight, hemoglobin, blood sugar will be offered as well as immunization clinics. WlC, Public Health Office, Beach, July,9-noon, 1-4 pm, Contact 483-0171. H CENTERw "ONDII IONS TREATEI) AND TF('ft, 'IQUES /,V('L(/'I)I= Persons with special needs, please call 872-4533. The Golden,Valley News and Billingscounty P!oneer 250 words and-must include the writer's name, address, and signature. All'letters are subject to editing. Libelous or slanderous material will not be printed. Letters do not necessarily reflect the opinions of this newspaper or its representatives. Address letters to:.Letters to the Editor, Golden Valley News, P. O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621. Pictured is the Mel and Edith Bosserman family who were honored Saturday, July 8. courtesy photo Green Circles Farm is 2006 SCD Achievement winner for GV Co. The Golden Valley Soil Conservation District honored the Bosserman Family as the 2006 Soil Conservation District Achievement Award Wil ners at a picnic supper, held Saturday, July 8th, 2006. Supervisor Richard Knopp, Jr. presented Bosserman fam- ily with a Dave Barnhouse Print, and congratulated them on their excellent efforts in conserving our natural resources. The picnic was held at Beach Swimming Pool Park. Approximately 30 people attended the Saturday evening event to give credit to the Bosserman family. Green Circles Farm will also be recognized at the State Soil Conservation Annual Convention to be held in Fargo in November. The Golden Valley Soil Conservation District was in charge of organizing the picnic and refreshments. Farmers Union Oil Co. & the Beach Co-op Grain Co. furnished steaks. The Billings County Commission has issued a Fire Emergency Order and Burn Ban in Billings County. This Order prohibits off-road travel, smoking outside the vehicle, burning of any kind, and man- dates carrying fire suppression equipment in your vehicle at all times. Holkup Chiropractic Clinic, P.C. mers Applied Kinesiology Nutrition Therapy Acupuncture Cranial Therapy Food Sensitivity Testing Digestive Concerns Women's Health Carpal Tunnel Sciatica - Low Back Pain Headaches & Migraines Fatigue Numbness & Tingling TMJ Syndrome Sports Injuries Arm & Leg Pain Sinus Congestion -Children's Concerns (cars a colic) WE WILL FILE YOUR INSURANCE FOR YOU 110 Central Ave S To schedule all appointment call 701-224-9500 or 701-872-7520 (h, ave message) Scuraaa2, Aug 11 - 12 Sept 8 - 9 BEACH & GOLVA Rev. T. C. Chatman St. John the Baptist Catholic Sunday Worship 9 a.m. Church Fr. David Richter Calvary Temple, Assembly Reconciliation: 1 hour before God daily Mass-Golden Valley Pastor Warren Maxted Manor; or by appt. Sunday Worship 10:30 a m. Mass Beach 4 p.m. Saturday ,Sunday School 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Trinity Lutheran Church, 8 a.m. Sunday in Golva ELCA St. Paul's Lutheran Church Pastor Paul Peterson LCMS Sunday School 10 a.m. Pastor Scott Hojnacki Sunday Worship I l: 15 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:15 a.m.Christian Fundamental Sunday School I l: 15 a.m Church First Lutheran Church-ELCA Jeremy Stradley, pastor Pastor Paul Peterson Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 8:10 a.m. Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. Beach Evangelical Church Worship Service Sunday 10:45 a:m Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Seventh Day Adventist Pastor Bruce Bowen Services Saturday 10 a.m. United Community Church Pastor Warren Maxted Sunday Worship 8 a.m. MEDORA Medora Lutheran ELCA Rev. Roger Dieterle, pastor Sunday Worship 8:30 a.m: Union Congregational Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Community Center Catholic Mass Saturdays 6:30 xm. in Medora during summer through Oct. 28 Trotters Church 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month SENTINEL BUTTE Trinity Lutheran Church Pastor Paul Peterson Sunday Worship 8 a.m. w WIBAUX, MT United Methodist Church JAMES J. WOSEPKA, P.C. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT LIcl-2~Sl!l) IN NORTll DAKolXA>;D MOYI:XNA 41 Central Ave. South P.O. Box 970 Beach, North Dakota 58621 701-872-4321 BELFIELD St. Bernard's Catholic Church Fr. Shannon G. Lucht, Pastor Saturday, Confessions: 3: 15- 3:45pm, Mass: 4:00 p.m. Sunday, Confessions 7:45 a.m. to 8:15am, Mass: 8:30 a.m. St. John's Ukrainian Catholic Church Sunday Mass 8 a.m. on 1st, 3rd, 5th Sundays. l0 a.m. on 2nd, 4th Sundays St. Peter s Lutheran-LCMS Pastor 'Scott Hojnacki Worship Service Sunday-8i00 a.m. '. Belfield Lutheran, ELCA Rev. Roger Dieterle, Pastor ( Sunday: 10 a.m. " Daglum Evangelical Church-ELCA Rev. Roger Dieterle, Pastor ': Located 25 miles southeast of Belfield. Sunday Worship 11:45 a.m. First Presbyterian Church Pastor Kathleen Chestnut Sunday Worship 8:30 a.m. Beach ND 701-872-4794 #.