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September 19, 2019 Golden Valley News Page 5 Hat Tips By Dean Meyer With a deep sense of gratitude we wish to acknowledge and thank you for your ex- pressions of sympathy and care. We are sincerely grateful to all of you. Margot Jandt Lorie Jandt and family Robin Jandt and family Mark Jandt F/S: CITY CENTER MOTEL. Devils Lake, ND. 24 units, attached apartment. In busy tourism area. Selling due to health. 701- 662-4918. Serious inquiries only! PRICE REDUCED! The Golden Valley News is accepting ap- plications for two vacant correspondent po- sitions. These are work-from-home positions and can depend upon an appli- cant's interests. Coverage areas can be human interest stories, local government, or high school sports this fall. Call (701) 872-3755 for an application, or send a re- sume to The Billings County Pioneer is accepting applications for a vacant correspondent position. This is a work-from-home position and can depend upon an applicant's inter- ests. Coverage areas can be human inter- est stories, local government, or high school sports this fall. Call (701) 872-3755 for an application, or send a resume to Beach Public School District is seeking ap- plications for Activities/Athletic Director for the 2019-20 school year. Subject to a background check No benefits. Contract negotiated. Contact David Wegner (872- 4161 ) with any questions. 2-4 DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: HELP WANTED REGISTERED DENTAL HYGIENIST - Full and Part Time Positions at Park River Dental - Park River, ND. Call 701-284- 6131 or send resume to: parkriverden- 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. ANYONE CAN RUN STATEWIDE with HELP WANTED ads in all ND papers with NorthSCAN! $160/25 words / 89 papers. Contact your newspaper or NDNA, 701- 223-6397. 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 FARMERS MARKET CUSTOMERS! How can North Dakota's farmers markets bet- ter meet your needs? Take our customer survey at and enter to win a $25 prepaid gift card. Information gathered supports farmers markets statewide. Paper copies available. Call 701-228-5605. LINTON FOOD CENTER, Linton, ND is hiring a full-time meat manager. Wage DOE. Also hiring part-time meat cutter. Call Todd 701-254-5487 or 701-329-0022. HARVEST HELP WANTED: Experienced semi-drivers for Sept/Oct sugarbeet and potato harvest. CDL not required. Potato warehouse graders wanted. Emanuelson Family Farms Drayton ND 701-454-6122. FARMERS UNION OIL in Portland is look- ing for a full-time truck driver in the propane department. CDL required, haz- mat and CETP training preferred. Full sin- gle benefits, paid vacation and 401k. Pick-up application at Portland station or call 701-788-3760. A PLACE FOR MOM has helped over a million families find senior living. Our trusted, local advisors help find solutions to your unique needs at no cost to you. Call 1-844-254-2256. ATTENTION: OXYGEN USERS! The NEW Inogen One G5. 1-6 flow settings. Designed for 24 hour oxygen use. Com- pact and Lightweight. Get a Free Info kit today: 866-549-5524. GRAFTON SCHOOL DISTRICT is ac- cepting Request for Proposals for the dem- LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing olitiqn of Central Middle School. For full of ND'Media? Get 2019 NDMedi~Gdide : ~ : " ~ " proposal contactChatl Ruzlcka, 701-352- for Only $25! Call 701:223-6397, ND 1930, Newspaper Association by Linda Thistle Solution below 6 1 4 9 4 7 1 1 7 1 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. Moderate 00 Challenging OO HOO BOY! 2019 King Features Synd Inc. This weekly puzzle is brought to you by: T&A Seeds Beach, ND (701) 872-3248 nning For subscribers, your subscription's expiration date is on your address label. to military training Hello, Did I ever tell you about my mili- tary career? If I did, I'm sorry, be- cause you are going to hear about it again. You see, I was in the Guard. The National Guard. A long, long time ago. Back in the day. As cowboys say, "Back when the chutes were wood, and the men were steel". Bob was, and is, a close friend of mine. Since we were both farm and ranch guys, we often partook in events following drill that made us a bit slow in the morning. I apologize, but it happens. One Sunday morning we were a bit tardy for roll call. Not bad mind you, but we were late. The first ser- geant called us in for an explanation. Never lacking for words I explained that Bob's dad had become deathly ill, in fact I may have said that he had passed away and we had to go to Bob's place and milk cows. Which kind of surprised Bob, who knew his dad was in perfect health. The first sergeant wasn't buying my excuse and exclaimed, "That nei- ther Bob or I was smart enough, or capable enough, to milk a cow". That hurt. That really hurt. It just happened that I had a half- ton pickup in town that weekend. With a stock rack on it. The first ser- geant had noticed this, and after some consideration, decided that he would not give us any penalty for missing roll call, provided we go get a milk cow, and milk her in front of the company ! Bob's farm was about 20 miles from Dickinson. His dad, Old Bob, was quite surprised when two sol- diers in fatigues, walked into the barn and explained they needed to borrow a milk cow! We didn't carry our weapons or anything, and he actually L 9 I. g 6 9 t7 g 8 L 9 I. S 6 6 11 I. 8 g 9 L 9 6 g L t, L 8 g L L 8 9 It 6 9 6 L g 9 t 6 9 L 8 g 9 8 g 6 L I. 8 /- g 6 r 9,17, JeMsuv nHoons INOOM ----- was kind of amused at our predica- ment. We picked out a cow standing in a stanchion that Old Bob hadn't gotten to yet, backed up to a chute, and loaded the poor old cow up for a trip to town. When we pulled up to the armory, the first sergeant called a company formation. The troops all lined up and Bob and I crawled over the side of that stock rack to begin milking that cow. The first sergeant had them primed for this. They all began throwing firecrackers into the back of the pickup. Have you ever tried to milk a cow while both you and the cow were dodging firecrackers? It gets pretty crowded. I don't think that poor old cow gave milk for a week. And we were never late again. Later, Dean ql The Billings County Pioneer and Golden Valley News have shared advertising and have been sharing the news for some of their inside pages for about 50 years. This means the coverage of your ad isn't limited to just either county/ Our primary coverage area is western Stark County and west to the Montana border. It pays to advertise? MISCELLANEOUS TRAIN AT HOME TO DO MEDICAL WE MAKE IT easy to place an ad in one BILLING! Become a Medical Office Pro- or all 89 North Dakota newspapers. One fessional online at CTI! Get Trained, Cer- order, one bill, one check We provide the tified & ready to work in months! Call ad design and tear sheets. Call the North 701-929-9679. (M-F 8am-6pm ET) Dakota Newspaper Association, 701-223- 6397. OVER $10K IN Debt? Be debt free in 24 to 48 months No upfront fees to enroll A+ BBB rated. Call National Debt Relief 701- 936-8487. Time of year to report possible whooper sightings Whooping cranes are in the midst Other white birds such as snow of their fall migration and sightings geese, swans and egrets are often will increase as they make their way mistaken for whooping cranes. The into and through North Dakota over most common misidentification is the next several weeks. Anyone see- pelicans, because their wingspan is ing these endangered birds as they similar and they tuck their pouch in move through the state is asked to re- flight, leaving a silhouette similar to port sightings so the birds can be a crane when viewed from below. tracked. Anyone sighting whoopers should The whooping cranes that do not disturb them, but record the date, make their way through North time, location, and the birds' activity. Dakota each fall are part of a popula- Observers should also look closely tion of about 500 birds that are on for and report colored bands which their way from their nesting grounds may occur on one or both legs. at Wood Buffalo National Park in Whooping cranes have been marked Canada to wintering grounds at with colored leg bands to help deter- Aransas National Wildlife Refuge in mine their identity. Texas, a distance of about 2,500 Whooping crane sightings should miles, be reported to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Whoopers stand about five feet Service offices at Lostwood, 701- tall and have a wingspan of about 848-2466, or Audubon, 701-442- seven feet from tip to tip. They are 5474, national wildlife refuges; the bright white with black wing tips, North Dakota Game and Fish De- which are visible only when the partment in Bismarck, 701-328- wings are outspread. In flight they 6300, or to local game wardens extend their long necks straight for- across the state. Reports help biolo- ward, while their long, slender legs gists locate important whooping extend out behind the tail. Whooping crane habitat areas, monitor marked cranes typically migrate singly, or in birds, determine survival and popu- groups of 2-3 birds, and may be as- lation numbers, and identify times sociated with sandhill cranes, and migration routes. 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(701) 483-6789; (701) 527-8159 cell; or suefinneman Land C M P A N Y Real Estate Professionals Your local telephone company Serving the Beach, Golva, Sentinel Butte & Medora areas For service please call 1-800-523-5436 , FELDMANN ONSTRUCTION since 1936 701-872-3317 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 KEY Janitorial Service * Carpet andUpho&ery C aning * Strip andWax Floors * Disaster C~anup Resident~land Commerci~ll Ken & Virginia Young Owners Glendive, MT Call 406-377-3597 www.keyj Golden Valley Manor, Vicki Braden, Administrator Flexible Meal Plans Assisted Living Night Security Activities 701-872-4282 or TTY 800-366-6888 The Golden Valley Manor is a US Department of HUD facility. Rental assistance is available to those who qualify. 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