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Page 6 Golden Valley News August 6, 2020 Golden'Valley County. Fair results ' Open class awards: a, Beach Co—op Agronomy Award — Doug Davidson — Prairie Lumber woodworking awards: Division #1 j . ' 1st— Chance Erickson ' 2nd — Joshua Davidson . 3rd — Gus Ueckert ‘ , Division #2 ' 1st Alan Wosepka Sweepstakes winners: Ag Products — Abe Oech ' Garden Products — Wendy Kleker Baking — Ami Brookens Food Preservation — Gloria Ueck- cit Photography — Wendy Kleker ~’ Flowers — Wendy Kleker Crafts — Ami Brookens Art — Michelle Marman Needlework and Sewing Ami Brookens 7:7 Open Class grands and reserves by department: ' :1 {Ag Products: Grand — Doug Davidson (spring wheat sample) Reserve — Taylor Feiring (brown eass) Garden Products: Grand — Wendy Klecker (lettuce) 7' Nahtan Oppegard (chocolate mint) (3 ‘ Ahava Kerr (dill) Reserve — Wendy Kleker (swiss shard) :37. Dawn Ueckert (strawberries) Ahava Kerr (lettuce) ‘Baking: . Grand Leah Davidson (brown- ies) David Brookens (cream cheese Pie) ‘Adelyn Moe (Mrs. Field’s Cook- ies) .1 ' Reserve —— Juliet Redka (peanut butter cookies) Ami Brookens (white cake varia- tion) Food Preservation: Grand Gloria Ueckert Needlework/Sewing: Grand Sheila Stedman (wool afghan) Mary Kouba (pieced quilt) Traci Weinreis (crocheted sweater) Gloria Ueckert(child quilt) Reserve — Traci Weinreis (table runner) v Ami Brookens (pieced quilt) Ami Brookens (pillow case) . Cheryl Ueckert (counted cross 1 stitch) Crafts: Grand — Alan Wosepka (Cedar bench) Mary VanVleet (counted cross stitch quilt) Dakota Leastman (miscellaneous craft) Ami Brookens (beaded craft item) Reserve — Larry Sabo (ring) Nathan Oppegard (welded art) Juliet Redka (decorative painting) Ami Brookens (sympathy card) Art: Grand — Michelle Marman (acrylic painting) " Reserve — Michelle Marman (acrylic painting) ' Photography: Grand Wendy Kleker (agricul- ture) Jocelyn Redka (photo without people) Wendy Kleker (floral) Reserve — Laura Feldman (sunset) Harley Feiring (landscape) Wendy Kleker (Golden Valley County View) Flowers: Grand — Brody J andt (lily) Dawn Ueckert (sweet peas) Nathan Oppegard (delphiniums) Gus Ueckert (outdoor planter) Reserve — Brody J andt (del- phinium) , Tina Davidson (double petunias) Dawn Ueckert (Asiatic lily) Ashley Ueckert (outdoor planter) Fair raffle winners: 1. Glock 44 .22LR Pistol — Kevin Martian 2. REM 783 Rifle 6.5cm — Jack Dykins 3. Winchester 12 ga. Shotgun ‘— J .J . Dahl 4. 20.1 gal Case IH Air Compres— sor — Laure Wirtzfeld 5 .Stth Hedge Trimmer — Lori Brown 6. Fireworks Package Keiffer Ernst 7. 12V Jump starter John Thompson 8. Piece of Pottery Keiffer Ernst 9. $50 Olson Service Gift Certifi- cate —— Gary VanVleet 10. Mini Facial & Gift — Julianna Thoemke 11. Musical Tickets —— Mark Benes 12. $25 3rd Avenue Liquors Gift Certificate — Andy Zachmann 13. Veterinary Basket Jan Kuchera 14.10# Grass Fed Beef -— Gary Howard 15. Hat & Sweatshirt Jim Olson 16. Two Drink Tickets — Mark Benes 4-H awards: BEEF Junior Showman Harley Feiring Reserve Junior Showman Nyxie Northrop Senior Showman— Kaden Volk Senior Reserve Showman Is- abelle Northrop Top Showman Kaden Volk Reserve Showman - Isabelle Northrop Champion Market - Kaden Volk Reserve Champion Market — Harley Feiring DAIRY Senior Showman - Chance Man- hart Top Showman Chance Manhart Champion Chance Manhart Reserve Champion - Chance Manhart SHEEP Junior Showman - Dillon Manhart Reserve Junior Showman Bron- son Manhart Senior Showman Chance Man— hart Senior Reserve Showman Kade Manhart Top Showman - Chance Manhart Reserve Showman Kade Man- Pieces of the Past By Jane M. Cook 50 years ago; August 6, 1970: Steven Olsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olsen of Trotters, was bitten on the thigh by a rattler one day last week, while he and his brother Tommy were crawling in the weeds and pulling them to make a path. His parents took him to Sidney to a doctor where he was given serum and allOWed to return home the next day. i 25 years ago; August 3, 1995: Don Fassbender, project manager for Hogenson Construction, Fargo, the company that is erecting the new elevator at the Beach Co—op, _stated the project is proceeding according to schedule. This week the main slab was poured and they are starting to build slip forms. Randy Dietz has started a unique business in Beach called Chipmas- ters Windshield Repair. The com— pany repairs auto Windshields in a way that saves money for car own— ers and insurance companies. hart Champion Market Chance Man- hart Reserve Champion Market Kade Manhart Champion Breeding Chance Manhart Reserve Champion Breeding — Kade Manhart Pen of 3 - Chance Manhart SWINE Junior Showman Dillon Manhart Reserve Junior Showman Bron- son Manhart Top Showman Dillon Manhart Reserve Showman Bronson Manhart Champion Market - Bronson Manhart Reserve Champion Market Dil— lon Manhart ‘ Champion Breeding Swine Bronson Manhart Res. Champion Breeding Swine Dillon Manhart Pen of 3 - Abe Oech GOAT Junior Meat Showman Harley Feiring Senior Meat Showman Kade Manhart Top Meat Showman Kade Man- hart Reserve Meat Showman Harley Feiring . Junior Dairy Showman Abe Oech Top Dairy Showman Abe Oech Champion Meat Goat Kade Manhart Res. Champion Meat Goat Kade Manhart Champion Dairy Goat — Abe Oech HORSE Top Jr. Showman — Taylor Feiring Reserve Jr. Showman Nyxie Northrop Top Sr. Showman - Jenna Hilde- brant Reserve Sr. Showman Isabelle Northrop ' ' Top Shonan Jenna Hildebrant Reserve Showman — Taylor Feir- ing Horsemanship - Isabelle Northrop POULTRY . Junior Showman Leah David- son Reserve Junior Showman Josh Davidson Top Showman — Leah Davidson Reserve Showman Josh David— son Champion — Josh Davidson ReserV‘e Champion - Bronson Manhart ' RABBIT Junior Showman - Bronson Man- hart Reserve Junior Showman Dillon Manhart ' Top Showman — Bronson Man- hart Reserve Showman Dillon Man- hart Champion Bronson Manhart Reserve Champion - Dillon Man— hart Champion: Chance Manhart Champion: Small Animal Round Robin Bronson Manhart Round Robin Put Your Money Where Your House Is! local independent businesses are your best value strengthen our community and our economy 6 ._........-.....m M We Please support your local merchants! FORGET THE REST. HEAD WEST. Of all your choices for a financial institution, we’re the best in the west. Western Cooperative Credit Union has your back, the way any good friend should. So, come on over. You’ll know you’re here When you see the bison on our sign. Join the herd. Western Cooperative CREDIT UNION '. WlLLISTON I DlCKlNSON I HEBRON I BEACH GLEN ULLlN I RAY I TIOGA I WCCU70RG July 23 Exercises were held at 10 am. on Thursday. In the afternoon, bingo was held for the residents liv- ing in the 100 and 200 wings. Rick Olson visited his mother Delores Olson. DeEtta Frandsen and Timothy Frandsenvisited on Thursday. July 24 Friday afternoon at 2 p.m., the residents gathered in the ac— tivity room to spend the afternoon playing pinochle. July 25 - Happy Saturday every- one. Alicia Heick and Marie Kremers visited their sister Kati Zinsli. Cherie Finneman, Gene and Susan Finne- man, Michelle Hardy and Gary and Brenda Maus were all visitors of Christine Finneman. Desire Schillo visited her grandmother Mary Kay Michels. The Rev. Dan Berg also visited. July 26 - Sunday held many visi- tors. Marge and Lea Farstveet visited Marj Farstveet. Mary Ernst visited her mother Agnes Miesoloski. Karen Kryzsko and Sarah Maus visited Donna Sygulla. Tess Heineman vis- ited Dick Heineman. Wendy and Dave Ekre Jr. visited Dave Sr. Doris Berger and Spirit Zuber Visited Kati Zinsli. Rob Curl visited his mother Sen. Kathy Hogan, a member of a foOd access work group that pro- posed a $53 million plan for emer- gency and sustainable food programs, said: “We are pleased that we have had an opportunity to pres- ent important proposals that address food access and to see money for re- frigeration forfood banks, expanded online SNAP purchasing, and the ex- pansion for FEMA and CARES Act dollars for shelf-sustainable food at Great Plains Food Banks included in the Department of Agriculture fund- ing. But we are disappointed that the administration hasn‘t done more as emergency food aid from Washing- ton has stopped. Today’s funding is a beginning, but only a beginning.” , Rep. Karla Rose Hanson, who called for CARES Act money to be think that's what's mostly driving that." Across state markets, North Dakotans are making sure that home is a safe place as parts of the state boom with house sales. According to the National Association of Realtors, the spring of 2020 has seen a nation— wide rise in first-time home buyers and an increase in virtual tours and showings. Olson agreed that the current low interest rates are a big part of what is influencing the increase in buyers and benefitting sellers. “The interest rates are as good or better than they’ve ever been,” he said. “It makes it very attractive to those first- time home buyers.” Real estate agents across the state are implementing safety measures to make sure buyers and sellers are Rent" this space for . only a few dollars a week. Call 872-3755 far more details today! ' ‘ Manor News‘s, Banner, _. Judy Curl. Mark and Bella Finneman and children from Colorado visited Christine Finneman. Scott Rojic vis— ited his father Walter Rojic. July 27 - The Monday afternoon movie was "Secretariat." This feel good movie was very much enjoyed, as we enjoyed our popcorn for the af— ternoon. GeriAnn Hartse visited her mother and brought her flowers from her yard to brighten her day. The Mark Finneman family visited their mother Christine Finneman in the af— ternoon. Mary Lee Schmitz and Brenda Maus also joined for a fun family evening picnic outside. July 28 Tuesday morning the Manor residents and staff were once again tested for COVID-l9. We have been very fortunate in getting all neg— ative reports back from our prior tests and hope that this test will come back with good results again. Deb held bin’go in the afternoon for the resi- dents in the 300 wing. July 29 — On Wednesday after- noon, Mary made fruit smoothies for the residents to enjoy at 2 pm. Some of the residents enjoyed theirs outside on the patio, and others stayed in the activity room. We enjoyed doing a Emergency (Continued from Page 1) used for an Emergency Paid Leave Fund to benefit workers, families, and small business, said: “It’s disap- pointing to See Gov. Burgum fail to seriously consider Emergency Paid Leave for North Dakota workers. This proposal is good for public health, good for families, and good for businesses. People who are sick or exposed to COVID-l9 are asked to stay home, but many have to pri— oritize their paycheck so they still go to work. Paid leave would help busi-' nesses avoid outbreaks and keep their doors open, and it would help control the spread of the virus in our state.” ' House Minority Leader Josh Boschee said: “Without a formal process, we sought to create public debate about important issues work- ers and families are facing, and there Sales (Continued from Page 1) comfortable with the process during the COVID-l9 pandemic, such as wearing masks, providing hand san— itizer for showings and conducting virtual tours. Sande said a recent change she has seen is parties sign— ing closing documents on homes by curbside to limit exposure. Jill Lee, Williston real estate agent and president of the North Dakota Association of Realtors, said these measures depend on what each individual’s comfort level is. _“Every office has their own safety plan as far as what they’re comfort- able with,” Lee said. “We’ve all been asked to pivot and make it work, and it has gone very well.” As North Dakotans continue to buy and sell homes throughout the pandemic, Sande said she encour- ages them to be thorough with the word find, searching for fruits that we put in our smoothies. We took down our patriotic theme and replaced it with "Back to School" decorating. It is nice to know that the schools will soon be getting back into session and we hope that the teachers and students have a great school year ahead. It feels good to see some fa— miliar routines coming back into place. As we look out our windows to the west we are watching the fields ripening up into that golden brown color and know that harvest is too just around the corner. Our crops in the flower beds are - looking good and soon we will be en— joying some delicious meals as the cooks use up the produce they pro- vide. Once again we are asking for do- nations for magazines and used cards. Also, the recyclable grocery bags come in handy here too! We do a lot of food delivering and they seem to work the best for this. Thanks for all the weekly donations we receive. We really appreciate your generosity! Have a super week and keep smil- ing. Life is better with sunshine in our hearts and smiles on our faces! are certainly portions of this budget that will benefit many North Dakotans. But because most of our Republican colleagues abdicated their legislative authority to the gov- ernor’s office, the process, and the re- sulting recovery plan is flawed. We cannot leave out 14 districts and more than 200,000 people and expect to have a recovery plan that works for all North Dakotans.” Senate Minority Leader Joan Heckaman said: “The budget in— cluded important contributions for cities and counties whose budgets are being strained by the pandemic. But there should have been a formal pub- lic process that gave every commu- nity a seat at the table, so we can make sure tax dollars are spent fairly across the state.” process and meeting with a lender so they do not miss out on the house that might be the one. “I would advise people, if they're seriously looking for a home, to be sure they follow the steps and first meet with their lender," Sande said. "When the market is busy like this, that lender pre—approval is even more important." North Dakotans looking for homes this summer should know that “no question is a dumb ques- tion,” Lee said. "Real estate is a big part of our economy," she said. "The goal of a Realtor is that we keep that moving and help the consumer get through it.” I’IlBlIB TRANSPORTATION Van or Bus Service Billings County Golden Valley County Distance of 160 Miles CALL: 701 -872-3836 ' Our board meets at 9:30 am, first Tuesday of each month at 22 S. Central Ave., Beach. The public is invitedl