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Page 6 Golden Valley News August 31, 2017 d~ f Rancher Troy Tescher, standing at left, waits for a response to a question as rancher Ray Tescher raises his hand in reply to a request for a show of hands at the meeting on Aug. 24 at the Beach Community Center. (Photo by Richard Volesky) Rainfall (Continued from Page 1) - Rancher Ray Tescher said load indicated she would welcome more hay, water and livestock to help live- restrictions on N.D. Hwy. 16 north of reports about conditions from ag pro- stock producers battling drought con- Beach are interfering with the deliv- ducers, ditions. The executive order was ery of hay to that part of region. - Gov. Burgum said he has issued originally issued on July 10, and its - Ashley Ueckert, Golden Valley an updated executive order extending expiration date was first extended County Extension agent, said she re- waivers for hours of service and from Aug. 10 to Aug. 26. At Bur- ports rainfall information every Mon- weight limit restrictions for drivers of gum's request, the order has been ex- day to the state climatologist. She commercial vehicles transporting tended to Oct. 26. Emergency Hay Transportation Assistance Program to start BISMARCK - Gov. Doug Bur- tion of animal unit equivalents may included. gum and Agriculture Commissioner be found directly on the application. The program will officially start Doug Goehring have announced the Hay must be used for the pur- Sept. 5 and livestock producers inter- availability of an emergency hay poses of the producer's own livestock ested in applying should go to transportation program, operation. NDDA's website at The $1.5 million grant program Hay transportation costs must to fill out and sub- will help reimburse a portion of hay have been incurred between June 1, mit an application at that time. transportation expenses to eligible 2017, and Oct. 20, 2017. The application deadline is Nov. 3, producers impacted by the drought. Must have costs related to the 2017. Program eligibility requirements transportation of hay outside of an ap- Funding for the program is pro- include: plicant's normal l vestock operation, vided through the Department of Must be from a D2, D3 or D4 Producers must provide verifiable Emergency Services Thestate,Emer- county. The latest drought monitor records of livestock inventories and gency Commission today approved depicting the drought levels of spe- hay transportation expenses. The pro- borrowing $1.5 millibn from the cifiC counties may be found at gram will reimburse producers a por- Bank of North Dakota for the pro-, tion of expenses dependent on the gram. Must own at least 25 animal unit total amount of applications received Questions about filling out the ap- equivalents of dairy cattle, beef cat- and approved through the program, plication may be directed to (701) tie, bison, sheep or goats. A descrip- Other feeds and supplements are not 328-2231. Beach Homecoming royalty Named as this year's royalty and as king and queen candidates are, from left, Ty Van Catie Loftsgard, Trevor Losinski, Abby Wilhelmi, Cole Erickson, Rebeka Padilla, Cayden land, Bree Davidson, Gunnar Farstveet and McKenzie Volk. (Courtesy Photo) Horn, Sars- Aug. 17 - 9 a.m. Mass was held in along with his twin children, Thomas ternoon visit with Florence Finneman the chapel. Exercises and in-town and Hilary, from Milaca, Minn vis- and Delores Kremers. Katherine shopping took place at 10 a.m. At 2 ited aunt Marilyn Carlson. Bruski came for an afternoon visit p.m residents enjoyed playing bingo Aug. 20 - Adoration was held in with A1 and Lucille Begger. Pastor in the activity room. Tracy Trask vis- the Chapel of the Angels at 8:30 a.m. Ben was here at 6 p.m. and offered ited her grandparents, A1 and Lucille Word and Communion followed at Devotions with the residents. Begger. Todd and Kay Wiman visited 9:30 a.m. In the afternoon, cards and Aug. 23 - The public health nurse Todd's mother, Darlene Wilson. game time was held at 2:30. Ron and was here in the morning. In the after- Aug. 18 - Mary Ann Schillo and Mary Barthel joined the residents for noon some of the residents took part Nancy Schaefer came up to the coffee and visiting before visiting in gathering entries for the Wibaux Manor and shared their many talents with Marilyn Carlson. Lois and Fair. They gathered flowers and veg- fixing the residents ' hair at 8 a.m. Chuck Miske paid an afternoon visit etables from the outside planters that Tony Efta and Lucille Begger both to Florence Miske. Jean Zinda visited were tended to bY many throughout celebrated birthdays on this day! Dar- A1 and Lucille Begger. spring and summer. Vicki and Samuel rell Begger from Billings, Mont was Aug. 21 - At 2 p.m Reading with loaded up all their efforts and took here to help celebrate with Lucille Sharon was held. them over to Wibaux for them. Cof- Begger. Aug. 22- Morning exercises were fee and doughnuts were enjoyed in Aug. 19 - Exercises were held in held at 10 a.m. Bingo with St. Mary's the afternoon. The Rev. Xavier visited the activity room at 10 a.m. After- Church members was enjoyed at 2 with A1 and Lucille Begger. Nikki noon coffee and visiting took place at p.m. Pudding dessert was served with Heckaman celebrated her birthday on 3 p.m. in the dining room. Darrel coffee and punch. Marie Kremers this day. Nikki is one of the cooks up Begger and Tracy Trask visited A1 brought by her grandchildren Cruz at the Manor who shares her many and Lucille Begger. David Leom, Dykins and Vada Szudera for an af- talents with the residents daily! someone in m # t i ks count "Make sure your seat belts are chopped vegetables and low-fat buckled and all carry-ons are prop- shredded mozzarella, and melt in the erly stowed," the flight attendant microwave. said. Mix dried fruit unsalted nuts I pushed my purse under the seat and popcorn in a snack-size bag for with my foot, cinched my seat belt a quick trail mix. Blend plain fat- and settled in by the window. Then I Do you know what these food free or low-fat yogurt with 100 per- realized that my reading materials label designations mean? Check cent fruit juice and frozen peaches also were properly stowed in the your knowledge with these very for a tasty smoothie. overhead bin, which was closed, brief clues. Grab a glass of milk. A cup of t had nothing to read but the in- 1. What term refers to a food that low-fat or fat-free milk or milk al- formation about the aircraft, the does not contain proteins found in ternative (soy milk) is an easy way safety pamphlet (including informa- wheat, rye, barley and triticale? to drink a healthful snack. tion about a water landing, which 2. What term refers to a food that Go for great whole grains. Offer kind of scared me) and a well-used contains at least 5 grams of indi- your family whole-wheat breads, airline magazine. Evencross-gestible carbohydrate per serving? popcorn and whole-oat cereals that word puzzle was done. I sat back and 3. What term lacks a precise are high in fiber and low in added closod my eyes, but unfortunately, I meaning when on the packages of sugars, saturated fat and sodium. can't sleep on planes, food products? Nibble on lean protein. Wrap By the time we reached cruising 4. What term means the food has sliced, low-sodium deli turkey altitude, the strangers in the seats less than 0.5 gram of this food com- around an apple wedge. Store hard- next to me already were snoozing, ponent, which is associated with cooked (boiled) eggs in the refriger- Here I was six miles above the raising "bad" cholesterol levels? ator to enjoy. ground strapped in a pressurized 5. What term indicates that the Keep an eye on the size. Store tube with nothing to do except stare ingredient materials had not been snack-size bags in the cupboard and out the window at the fluffy clouds genetically altered? use them to manage serving sizes. below me. The answers are: 1. gluten-free; Enjoy fresh, frozen, dried or I was a little hungry because the 2. high fiber; 3. natural; 4. trans fat canned fruits as easy "grab-and-go" two-hour flight passed over the free and 5. GMO free. Visit options that need little preparation. lunch hour. I checked the flight mag- to learn more Consider convenience. A sin- azine and saw that I could choose be- about the complexity of food label- gle-serving container of low-fat or tween a snack box full of candy or ing. fat-free yogurt or individually one with crackers, hummus and nuts. If you are in need of a snack, wrapped string cheese can be just I chose the latter and I handed the keep it simple, be a snack label enough for a snack. flight attendant my credit card. reader, and make your snack choices Prepare homemade goodies. Opening all the tiny'packages and count with these tips and ideas from For homemade sweets, add dried balancing them on the small tray oc- fruits such as apricots or raisins and cupied me for a little while. I was se- Save time by slicing veggies, reduce the amount of sugar in the riously bored, so I began reading all Store sliced vegetables in the refrig- recipe. Adjust recipes that include the labels. Among other designa- erator and serve with dips such as fats such as butter or shortening by tions, the crackers were labeled hummus or low-calorie dressing, using unsweetened applesauce or "trans fat free," "gluten free," "GMO Top half of a whole-wheat English prune puree for half the amount of I1 II If II free," healthy and high fiber, muffin with spaghetti sauce, fat. Aug. 31, 1967, 50 years ago: work. Brengle's Body Shop is now inThe Skelly No. 1 Reinholz new, larger, more spacious quar- wildcat oil well that is being ters, in the brick building across drilled southeast of Sentinel Butte the street from the Brengle Motor has been going down without any Co. in downtown Beach. The trouble the past week, and from the building has been thoroughly reno- last reports drilling was down vated and painted and makes an around the 8,000 mark. ideal spot for that department's Labor Day sale.s at Millers Gro- cery: bulk sliced bacon, 65 cents a pound; tender, fresh, whole fryers, 35 cents a pound; Jack & Jill Ice Cream, 59 cents a gal,; Thomp- son seedless grapes, 19 cents; Standby pineapple grapefruit d rink, 46 ounce tins, four for $1; O1 d Dutch potato chips, large twin pack, 49 cents , ~.i~,~;,;~:~ ~' " ' ~:,;-~,~,'~'~,~,~,~,~'.::~:.' :~!~ -~',~,~ ~;.~.~ ~,~-~ ~ ~: ~ . ~, ~ ~,:,~ ~