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October 29, 2020 Golden Valley News Page 73 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 FOR RENT SERVICES HALTH 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 Walmart Card (with 12 month lease). tfn HELP WANTED The Golden Valley News is accepting ap— plications or resumes for fall varsity sports correspondents to cover BeaCh High School volleyball and football. Call (701) 872-3755 for an application, or send a re- sume to Golden Valley News, PO. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621, or goldenand- billings@gmail.com. This is a work-from— home position. TFN The Billings County Pioneer is accepting applications or resumes for fall varsity sports correspondents to cover Heart River volleyball and football. Call (701) 872-3755 for an application, or send a resume to Billings County Pioneer, PO. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621, or golde— nandbillings@gmail.com. This is a work- from-home position. TFN Beach Cooperative Grain Company is looking to fill a full-time bookkeeping posi- tion. Job requirements are answering phones, helping customers, paying bills, and writing grain checks. Job includes group health and dental insurance, life in- surance, paid vacation, medical leave, and 401(K). If interested, please call our office at 701-872-3761 . tfn Park \fiew Assisted Living in Rolla, ND', has an immediate opening for a full-time assis- tant administrator. Experience preferred. Salary is negotiable depending on experi- ence. Send resumé to: Sandy Mitchell, Park View VP, Box 65, Rolla, ND 58367 6-9 DAYTIME COOK LAKE Region State College, Devils Lake Fulltime 10 or 12 month contract, full benefits. Hours are 11:00am 7:30pm Monday—Friday, rotat— ing weekends. Salary depending on ex- perience. For more information see our website at lrsc.edu. GRAIN ELEVATOR HELP WANTED in Sykeston, N.D. Excellent wages and ben- efits. For information contact Lynn at Miller Elievator, sykeston; 701-984-2489. ANYONE CAN RUN STATEWIDE with HELP WANTED ads in all the newspapers of MD. with the NorthSCAN program! $160 I25 words / all ND papers. NDNA, 701-223-6397. NEED NEW FLOORING? Call Empire Today® to schedule a FREE in-home esti— mate on Carpeting Flooring. Call Today! 844-859-6628. 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 Modification? Is the bank threatening fore- closure? CALL Homeowner's Relief Line! FREE CONSULTATION! 855-504-4680. TRAINING TRAIN AT HOME TO DO MEDICAL BILLING! Become a Medical Office Pro- fessional online at CTI! Get Trained, Certi- fied 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 qualified applicants. Call CT! for details! 701-929-9679 (M-F 8am- 6pm ET). 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. OLD-TIME WESTERN CLOTHING for sale. Men's women’s, children's hats. ac- cessories and rifles. 85 pieces. for $1,000. Pictures available. E-mail to otcloth- ingsale@gmail.com 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. AUTO WANTD 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. SAVE MONEY ON YOUR HEALTH IN- SURANCE! Affordable rate on Health In- surance. Let us show you want you can save. Call now! 844-494-2086 ATTENTION: OXYGEN USERS! Gain freedom with a Portable Oxygen Concen- trator! No more heavy tanks and refills! 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! Limited offer! Why wait? Call now: 866-331-7577. 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. PUBLIC NOTICES A public notice is information informing citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens’ everyday lives. Public notices have been printed in local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information, for more than 200 years. Business And Professional Directory Bennett Horiglum Ase-Icy 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 701-872-3317 Licensed Contractor Backhoe & Other Dirt Work, Design, Building and Supply, Concrete, Stone & Brick, Roofing Furnace installation New or remodeling Building your dreams through generations! Beach, ND 58621 Sue Finneman Licensed Real Estate Agent in ND. and MT (701) 483-6789, (701) 527-8159 cell or suefinneman @homeandlandcompany.com rtllll% W (“I (‘i M P A N Y. Bea! Estate Professionals MEIIIOI', IIIC. Vicki Braden, Administrator 0 Flexible Meal Plans 0 Assisted Living ' Night Security 0 Activities 701-8724282 or TTY 802-366-6888 The Golden Valley Manor is a US Department of HUD facility. Rental assistance is available to those who qualify. IIIIIIS II IIIIIIQS H0 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 niece Travis'H'auck Master Electrician Cell 701-872-6063 Office: 701-8724083 4131 166th Ave. SW Beach, ND 58621 CTEIectric@midstate.net. Licensed in N. D. and MT Tvedt , Trucking, Inc. 0 Custom Hauling 0 Grain or Feed 0 Livestock 0 Local & Long Distance Roger T vedt Wibaux, MT 406-796—2968 CASE ELECTRIC LLC (7H1 ) (NU—7 l 45 0.1ch I IN)“ gmnill‘om l’() Box 8‘): Beach. \I) SNOZI Residential. Commercial. .\gl‘lcultur;1l. llltlll\ll‘llll. and ( )il l’iclll Give your trees a little winter protctin I have a confession to make. Every fall, I’m hypocritical in regard to tree care. Generally, I don’t pamper trees; I’m tough on them. If they’re going to survive our challenging cli- mate in the northern Great Plains, they’re going to have to do it on their own. Well, mostly. But in the fall, I find that I’m always giving a little extra tender loving care to my apple trees. Specifically, I make sure that I somehow protect them from the rabbits. It’s a yearly battle against the rabbits. In recent years, I’ve been winning that battle, although it wasn’t always so. The first apple tree that we planted in the backde was a housewarming gift from a friend. And that first winter, I didn’t protect it and the rabbits com- pletely girdled it. I was disappointed, but not heartbroken, because, let’s face it, we had only one year invested in the tree, and it would sprout from the robts just fine. But I learned a valuable lesson, and ever since then, the apple trees receive some type of protection. I’ve usually used a white plastic pipe, but some— times a wire fence goes up and I’ve even used the plastic wrap—type mate- rial. They all work fine. This year, I’m going to have to pro- tect some of the lower branches as well in case we get a lot of snow. I’ve seen rabbits destroy the tops of fruit trees in Dakota Gardener B} .luc chc/nik l'lu'cxlcr NDSL' l{\1cn\ilm shelterbelts that had huge Here are some more tree-protection techniques that you can use at home for your own trees: Add a white plastic tree protector on young and/or thin-barked trees to re- duce the risk of sunscald, another type of winter injury. Give your conifers one final soaking before the soil freezes. This will help minimize winter injury, although it probably won’t stop winter injury com- pletely. For small, high—value landscape conifers, consider using a burlap wrap or shield to reduce the chances for win- ter injury. Rake up and destroy leaves, espe— cially those that had fungal problems this past summer. Fungi overwinter on fallen leaves, so getting rid of those irr— fected leaves will reduce the potential for fungal problems next year. Prune dead wood to decrease over- . w. This crabapple tree was gir- dled by rabbits last winter. A simple wrap or white plastic pipe would have prevented this loss. (NDSU Courtesy File Photo) wintering sites for tree diseases and in- sect pests. Throughout winter, use caution when applying ice melt products —- salt and other chemicals around trees. . Winter is tough on trees, and I’m OK with that. But we have some things that we can, and should, do to make winters a little easier on them.Am I in? consistent? Maybe a little, but let’s face it I love trees! An update on how we have been doing Hat Tips Hello, It’s been quite awhile since I’ve let you know how Shirley and I are doing. We are both healthy and hope that you are too. In fact, I’m so healthy it is bordering on obese, but that’s another story. I’ve often told you how Shirley cleans up real well, but most days, especially this time of year, I prefer to see her dressed in a stocking cap, Carhart coveralls, Handy Andy gloves, and mud boots. Because we are feeding cows and calves. Last week we had a deal happen that I just had to let you know about. You see, we are feeding cows south of town. Shirley and my dumb dog Tyke are faithful chore doers. They never miss a morning. Tyke barks and whines and is rearing to go. Shirley doesn’t bark or whine, but is the first one wrapped up and out the door. We feed with our bale pickup. It is an old Dodge club cab with a bale picker on it. Nearly 300,000 miles but runs like a charm, in spite of looking a little rough. We fed cows and I mentioned to Shirley, who was dressed in her work cap and overalls that I had a check at the sale yard I should run in and pick up after we fed cows. She agreed. When the cows were fed we went into town and picked up this check. A small check. For trucking. But a check that would put a little jingle in my pocket in case a pinochle game broke out. After we picked it up, I told Shirley we could just as well go through the drive in window at the bank and cash it. As we finished feeding cows, I opened the door and let Tyke jump in flflflflfllflflfl Hflflflflflfllfl flfllflflflflflfl flflflflflfllflfl flflflfllflflflfl annuannna fllflflflflflflfl JeMsuv -- nxoons ereaM — Rent this space for only a few dollars a . week. Call 872-3755 for more details today! By Dean Meyer the back seat. As is our usual rou- tine. Arid I kind of forgot that he was there staring out the window. Well, we went up to that drive in window at the bank. Probably first customers of the day. This pretty young lady greeted us warmly with a big smile. She cleaned up very well. She took our checks and put the cash in an envelope and sent it back to us with a warm smile. Then she looks at me and asks, “Would you like a treat” I don’t hear well, so I asked, “Ex— . cuse me?” “Would you like a treat for your: dog,” she asked” I gave her a look and said, “Ex—1 cuse me, but that is my wife!” The pretty young lady turned red. and didn’t know what to say. Shirley merely .looked at me and says, in a cold to'ne of voice, “You just can’t help yourself can you?” Stay safe, later, Dean Help Wanted ‘ Golden Valley/Billings County Council on Aging is looking for drivers. Driver must be able to pass a DOT physical, have a good driving record, and be able to maneuver and secure a wheelchair. This is a part-time position. This would be a good job for someone re- tired, wanting to supplement their income. Call 701-872-3836 for additional informa- tion. Weekly SUDOKU by Linda Thistle Solution below IHIIEIIE HIIIHIII 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: 0 9 Moderate Challenging OOQ HOO BOY! 2020 King Features Synd., Inc. This weekly puzzle is brought to you by: T&A Seeds Beach, ND (701) 872-3248