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' July 23, 2026 Golden Valley News Page 7 News/Pioneer Classified Ads: A minimum charge of $7 for 25 words and 10 cents per word thereafter. Classified ads for give-away items can be published free of charge. Deadline for all ads: Noon Friday, preceding publication date. Phone: 701-872-3755 - Fax: 701-872-3756 - Email: goldenandbillings@gmail.com REAL ESTATE HELP WANTED HELP WANTED AUTO WANTED Time to check out real estate offered by Home and Land Company. Call Sue 701- 527 8159 or 701-483-6789, 269 16th St W, Dickinson, ND, www.homeandlandcom- pany.com: RESIDENTIAL/LAND $12,000 Corner lot, level, in SE Beach, ND $17,500 Near high school on 1st Ave NE, Beach, ND $20,000 2-bed home, 1920, 471 1st Ave SE, Beach, ND $35,000 2 bed home, great location, 903 2nd Ave NW, Beach, ND $36,000 Home & 2 cabins, 125 Grove St, Sentinel Butte, ND $45,900 Move-in ready, 263 S Central, Beach, ND $74,900 5-bed, 2-bath, 466 2nd Ave SE, Beach, ND $75,000 Attractive 2-story big yard, 218 4th Ave SE, Beach, ND SOLD 2-bath, 3-bed, huge garage, 555 1st Ave SW, Beach ND $81,000 Church with new roof, 105 3rd Ave SW, Beach, ND $82,500 2 bed home, beautiful kitchen, 489 3rd Ave SE, Beach, ND $120,000 Nice 2-story, 370 2nd St NE, Beach, ND $130,000 3-bed ranch, newer basement, 476 1st St SE, Beach, ND $129,000 Many featured 3-bed, 2-bath, 247 2nd Ave NE, Beach, ND $149,000 Elegant and comfortable, 341 4th Ave SE, Beach, ND $205,000, 5 bed, 3-bath home, large garage/shop, 165 3rd Ave NE, Beach, ND CONTINGENT $209,900 Great for enter taining, 119 3rd St NE, Beach, ND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $12,950 Old of ce, large lot, Terrell Ave E, Golva, ND $89,900 4-plex, 14 3rd Ave SE, Beach, ND $89,900 4-plex, 221 1st St SE, Beach, ND $108,000 8,104 office/warehouse, 117 1st Ave SW, Beach, ND tfn . FOR RENT 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, 701-356-9501, TTY 1-800-366-6888. $200 Walmartpard (with 12 month lease). '3 M tfn The Golden Valley Manor is looking to hire a part-time cook. Approximately 23 days per week. Hourly pay depending on expe- rience. Call Vicki at 701-872-4282 if you are interested. The Manor is an Equal Op- portunity Employer. tfn The Beach Public School District is seek- ing applications for the Junior High girls volleyball coach. Coaches will be subject to a background check. Applications can be picked up at Beach High School or found online. Deadline July 24, 2020. Anyone with questions about the openings should contact Athletic Director Mike Zier or Superintendent David Wegner at BHS 872-4161. 45 46 Bus driver: Apply at Lone Tree School Dis- trict #6. Pick up application at Golva School or call 872-3674 for further infor- mation. 46-47 Lone Tree School District is seeking a part- time Title I teacher for the 2020-21 school year. Please send resume and credentials to Dr. Timothy Tharp, Administrator, PO Box 170, Golva ND 58632 or email to TIm.tharp@k12.nd.us; Call 701-872-3674 for questions. 46-47 PROJECT SPECIALIST. WE have a FT, 12 months, bene ted, position in Fargo be- ginning August 2020. Primary duties in- volve administrative grant management with ApprenticeshipND. Screening begins Immediately - applications accepted until lled. Bene ts include: Health/Life Insur- ance, Retirement, EAP, Sick Leave, Tuition Waiver, Spouse/Dependent Tuition Dis- count, etc. For a complete posting or to apply go to: www.ndscs.edu/hr/ Interested candidates must submit the online appli- cation. EOE MAYVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY is seek- ing applications for Director of Financial Aid and other positions. These are full-time, bene ted positions. For more information, visit www.mayvillestate.edu/employment. PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL is looking for a Family & Consumer Science Teacher. Outstanding school with competitive pay and benefits. Contact Kirk Ham at 701- 331-1401. ANYONE CAN RUN STATEWIDE with HELPjWANTED ads in all the newspapers "of ND. with the NcrrthscAWp'rogrami" $160 /25 words / all ND papers. NDNA, 701-223-6397. MCLEAN COUNTY IS hiring one or more full-time Equipment Operator III positions. For more information regarding this posi- tion visit http://www.mcleancountynd.gov/employ- ment/ SERVICES OVER $10K IN Debt? Be debt free in 24 to 48 months. No upfront fees to enroll. A+ BBB rated. Call National Debt Relief, 844- 981-0006. SAVE YOUR HOME! Are you behind pay- ing your MORTGAGE? Denied a Loan Modi cation? Is the bank threatening fore closure? CALL Homeowner s Relief Line! FREE CONSULTATION! 855-504-4680. NEED NEW FLOORING? Call Empire Today to schedule a FREE in-home esti- mate on Carpeting 8 Flooring. Call Today! 844-859-6628. TRAINING TRAIN AT HOME TO DO MEDICAL BILLING! Become a Medical Of ce Pro- fessional online at CTI! Get Trained, Certi- ed 8 ready to work in months! Call 701-929-9679. (M F 8am-6pm ET) COMPUTER IT TRAINING PROGRAM! Train ONLINE to get the skills to become a Computer Help Desk Professional now! Grants and Scholarships available for cer- tain programs for quali ed applicants. Call CT! for details! 701-929 9679 (M-F 8am- 6pm ET). 1 REAL ESTATE ND FARM LAND Values surge upward. Are you selling or renting? Pifer's Auction and Farm Land Management. Bob Pifer 701-371-8538. Kevin Pifer 701.238.5810. Free valuation. LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing of ND Media? Get the ND Media Guide for Only $25! Call 701-223 6397, ND News paper Association. Business And Professional Directory Bennett Houglumv Agency All Risk Crop Hail Insurance 211 West Main Street Ada, MN 56510 16201 Old Highway 10 Sentinel Butte, ND 58654 1 -800-784-2106 houglum@loretel.net www.federalcrop.net John Germolus Wayne Lee Marisa Carlsrud This entity is an equal opportunity provider Your local telephone company Serving the Beach, Golva, Sentinel Butte Medora areas For service please call 1-800 523-5436 FELDMANN ONSTRUCTION since 1936 701-872 33 17 Licensed Contractor Backhoe & Other Dirt Work, Design, Building and Supply, Concrete, Stone & Brick, Roofing Furnace installation New or remodeling Building your dreams through 4 generations! Beach, ND 58621 Sue Finnemann Licensed Real Estate Agent in ND. and MT (701) 483-6789, (701) 527-8159 cell or sue nneman @homeandlandcompany.com Manor, IIIC. Vicki Braden, Administrator 0 Flexible Meal Plans 0 Assisted Living 0 Night Security 0 Activities 701-872-4282 or TTY 800-366 6888 new The Golden Valley Manor is a US Department of HUD facility. Rental assistance is available to those who qualify. Guns II Things [[0 305 N Merrill Ave. Glendive, MT Guns Bought, Sold, Repaired, and Traded , FFH Licensed Ernie Huether, Pres. eh7mm@mcn.net 377-3969 Firearms Gun Safes Smart Wool Ammunition Reloading Equipment Travis H'auck Master Electrician Cell 701 872-6063 Of ce: 701-872-4083 4131 166th Ave. SW Beach, ND 58621 CTElectric@midstate.net. Licensed in ND. and MT Tvedt T racking, Inc. Custom Hauling 0 Grain or Feed 0 Livestock 0 Local & Long Distance Roger T vedt Wibaux, MT 406-796 2968 CASE ELECTRIC LLC (701) 690 7145 cascy3 1269((1 gmailcom PO Box 892 Beach. ND 5862] Residential. Commercial. Agricultural. Industrial. and Oil Field DONATE YOUR CAR TO CHARITY. Re- ceive maximum value of write off for your taxes. Running or not! All conditions ac- cepted. Free pickup. Call for details. 701- 809-7415. HEALTH ATTENTION: OXYGEN USERS! Gain freedom with a Portable Oxygen Concen- trator! No more heavy tanks and re lls! Guaranteed Lowest Prices! Call the Oxy- gen Concentrator Store: 701-404-5994. (24/7) NEW AUTHORS WANTED! Page Pub- lishing will help you self-publish your own book. FREE author submission kit! Lim- ited offer! Why wait? Call now: 866-331- 7577. BOY SCOUT COMPENSATION FUND Anyone that was inappropriately touched by a Scout leader deserves justice and - nancial compensation! Victims may be el- igible for a signi cant cash settlement. Time to le is limited. Call Now! 844-347- 7225. WE MAKE IT easy to place an ad in one or all the North Dakota newspapers. One order, one bill, one check. We provide the ad design and tear sheets. Call the North Dakota Newspaper Association, 701-223- 6397. Moments m time THE HISTORY CHANNEL - On Aug. 7, 1782, Gen. George Washington, the commander in chief of the Continental Army, creates the Badge for Military Merit, a deco ration consisting of a purple, heart shaped piece of silk. The Purple Heart .is awarded to members of the US. armed forces who have been killed or wounded in action against an enemy. - On Aug. 6, 1928, Andy Warhol, one of the most in uential artists of the latter part of the 20th century, is born in Pittsburgh. Warhol, a pioneer of the pop art movement, painted com ic strips, canned soup and soft drinks because an early art teacher told him to paint things he liked. - On Aug. 4, 1944, acting on a tip from a Dutch informer, the Nazi Gestapo captures 15-year-old Jewish diarist Anne Frank and her family in a sealed-off area of an Amsterdam ware house. The Franks had taken shelter there in 1942 out of fear of deportation to a Nazi concentration camp. - On Aug. 3, 1958, the US. nuclear submarine Nautilus accomplishes the first undersea voyage to the geograph- ic North Pole. The world s rst nuclear submarine traveled nearly 1,000 miles under the Arctic ice cap to reach the pole. On Aug. 5, 1962, movie actress Marilyn Monroe is found dead in her home in Los Angeles of an apparent suicide. Empty bottles of pills, pre- , scribed to treat her depression, were littered around her bedroom. - On Aug. 9, 1974, Gerald Ford is sworn in as the 38th president of the United States after the resignation of Richard Nixon. In a television address, Ford declared, My fellow Americans, our long national nightmare is over. On Aug. 8, 1988, the Chicago Cubs host the rst night game in the history of Wrigley Field when they play the Philadelphia Phillies. The game was called due to rain in the bottom of the fourth inning. 2020 Hearst Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved ll ll ll BEEEEIHIIII JSMSUV I'DIOCII'IS A9139M A review of your plants' water needs I prefer to drink room temperature water when I am thirsty. The exception is when the weather is hot. Then I like ice water. How do landscape plants prefer their water? Ice water de nitely would not ybe on their list. The image of my plants ordering water accord- ing to their preference makes me laugh. Lately they would say, "Stop, we have enough!" but that is not true for all portions of the state. Wateris a resource that all living things need. Sometimes we need to supplement what Mother Nature pro- vides. Do you know the correct way to water your thirsty landscape plants? Ornamental owers, trees, shrubs and vegetable plants take up water from the soil through their roots. When watering, concentrate the water at the base of the plant and don't waterthe leaves. Keeping the plant leaves dry helps prevent leaf diseases. Water deeply and less often to encourage root growth and drought tolerance. To avoid getting the leaves wet, water by hand or use a soaker hose or drip irrigation in vegetable gardens and ower beds. If you water with an overhead sprinkler, water in the morning so the leaves have time to dry during the day. The amount of water a plant needs depends on your soil and the plant. Clay soils can hold more water and generally will need to be watered less frequently than sandy soils. Check your soil at a depth of 4 to 6 inches. If the soil is dry, now is the time to water. Vegetable gardens will need about 1 inch of water or rain a week to maintain production. Containers may need daily watering. Perennial ow- ers might only need supplemental water during extended periods of dry by Linda Thistle Rent this space for only a few dollars a week. Call 872-3755 for more details today! Dakota Gardener Dakota Gardener B) ( urric Knutson NDSI' Ii tcn. ion Agent Grand Forks Count) weather. Using native plants or plants that tolerate dry conditions will help conserve water. Newly planted trees and shrubs will need more water. A general rec- ommendation is watering every day for one to two weeks after planting if the soil is dry, then every two to three days for the next few weeks. The same rule for checking the soil at a depth of 4 to 6 inches and watering if the soil is dry applies as well. Don't overwater. The soil should be moist but not soggy. A common rule is 10 gallons of water per week for every inch of caliper (diameter) of the trunk. Regular rainfall will be enough for established trees and shrubs. How ever, they may bene t from addi tional water during extended periods of dry weather. Again, remember to water deeply to make sure the water soaks into the root area. Use mulch to help conserve water in gardens, ower beds, large con- tainers and around the base of trees and shrubs. Place 3 to 4 inches of mulch over the soil. 1 Keep the mulch away from the stems of plants to prevent disease and pest damage. Happy gardening! , For more information, contact your local NDSU Extension agent. Solution below I I II I I I H IIEIIIHI IIIIIHII Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine. DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: 99 9 Moderate 00 Challenging 999 HOO BOY! 2020 King Features Synd Inc. This weekly puzzle is brought to you by: T&A Seeds Beach, ND (701) 872-3248 5. ." -,o I . *9 turns " a it, I}? .* 'cvu t ,