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Page 8 Golden Valley News November 21, 2013 Trail grant From left, Kevin Dvorak, president and CEO of the N.D. Community Foundation; and Doug Pr- chal, Community Foundation board member, present a $1,500 check to Beach Mayor Walt Los/n- ski and Beach City Auditor Kim Nunberg on Nov. 12. The money is to help fund a recreational trail project in Beach. (Photo by Richard Volesky) Councils, associations to hold joint meeting BISMARCK - Whole-farm in- surance, upcoming trade missions and livestock development will be among the topics under discussion when North Dakota's commodity councils and agriculture associa- tions, hold their annual joint meet- ing, Monday, Nov. 25, at the Ramada Inn, Bismarck. "This is an opportunity for agri- cultural and commodity groups to discuss their similar concerns, inter- ests and goals," said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring, who is hosting the meeting. Goehring will welcome the group with opening remarks at 9:30 a.m. He will also offer a presentation on Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) - Lite, a federally sponsored and sub- sidized whole-farm revenue insur- ance program administered by USDA's Risk Management Agency. Other speakers will discuss agri- cultural marketing and promotion, nutrient management strategies and the Food Safety Modernization Act. Representatives of each of the state's 13 commodity councils will give brief presentations outlining their new or high priority issues for 2013. They will also address what they see as priorities in the coming year for the North Dakota Department of Agriculture. Goehring said the morning meet- ing of the commodity councils is mandated by state law. "The first meeting in 2009 was so successful that we decided to invite other agricultural groups, such as the Farm Bureau and Farmers Union, as well as smaller, special- ized groups," he said. "Many of these groups share members and have common interests and con- cerns ." The meeting is open to the public. The commodity councils author- ized by the Legislature to receive check-off dollars from producers in- clude the North Dakota Barley Council, the North Dakota Beef Commission, the North Dakota Bee- keepers Association, the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council, the North Dakota Dairy Promotion Commission, the North Dakota Dry Bean Council, the North Dakota Dry Pea and Lentil Council, the North Dakota Oilseed Council, the North Dakota Pork Council, the North Dakota Potato Council, the North Dakota Soybean Council, the North Dakota Turkey Federation and the North Dakota Wheat Commission. Farm Credit Services of Mandan Sentinel Butte News By Jane Cook Rella Abernethy and Sally Aber- nethy spent Sunday evening with Barry and Nancy Schafer. Tuesday, Jane Cook traveled to Dickinson and met with her friend Laura Jacobson. The two then drove to Bismarck for a doctor's appoint- ment for Laura, and to do some shop- ping. On Thursday evening, Jane attended the annual meeting of the Friends of the Chateau, held at the Chateau's Interpretive Center in Medora. Sixteen members were pres- ent for the meeting and supper. From the pages of the Sentinel Butte Republican, Nov. 30, 1913: Arrangements have been made to have Governor Hanna and State Su- perintendent of Schools Taylor here to speak at the dedication exercises of the new school building, which will take place on Dec. 6. A. L. Martin will not quit the sheep growing business as was rn- mored. He has ordered twenty-odd head of registered Oxford rams and will go on improving his stock as he has in the past. Sentinel Butte Market: Wheat No: 1 Northern, $.71; wheat No. 2, $.69; Durum No. 1 Northern, $.68; Durum No. 2, $.66; Flax No. 1, Northern, $1.19; Flax No. 2, $1.16; Beef cattle, $.04 to .05; Chickens, $.07 to .10; Turkeys, $.15. Golva News By Shirley Schulte Carl and Donna Granat drove to Dickinson on Monday evening. They were overnight guests of their daugh- ter Julie and her family. On Tuesday morning, their daughters Julie and Lori accompanied them to Bismarck where Donna had a medical appoint- ment. They returned home on Tues- day evening. We are happy to hear that Donna says she is feeling better each day. Darrel and Shirley Schulte visited with Raymond and Jeanne Wehrman at St. Alexius Hospital on Tuesday. Raymond has since been moved out of intensive care, but will be hospi- talized for a while longer. The Schultes were in Bismarck that day so Larry could have more medical tests. Larry and Shirley met Darrel at his home in Hebron, and he drove them to Bismarck. After Mass on Sunday, rolls and coffee were served at St. Mary's din- ning hall. Several people were in the area hunting. Although some of the hunters were missing, others who had accompanied them to the area were able to spend some time visiting and enjoying a cup of coffee with friends. DEAD- LINES The deadline for submitted copy and stories and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872-3755 or e-mail goldenandbillings % \\;\Testen] Cooperative Credit [Inion will be closed Thursday, November 28tb DICKIN=n N BEACH CREDIT UNION INCOME TAXES EATING YOUR LUNCH? The VIKING TAX-FREE FUND FOR NORTH DAKOTA may be the answer to lowering your federal and state income taxes. For more information, contact: Ken Walz, CFS, ChFC Walz Financial Services 701-222-0760 888-609-2371 Secudftes and investment advisory services offered through SagePoint Financial, inc., member FtNRNSPC. and a registered investment advise. Walz Financial Sewices and Integrity Viking Funds are not affiliated with SagePoint Financial, Inc. or registered as a broker-dealer or investment advisor November is Gratitude Month, so here's a little challenge that if you choose to do it you will find yourself much happier by the end of the month - each morning write down something you are thankful for. Always find something different each day and it doesn't have to be something big, for example, waking up, sunshine, taste, sight, etc. By the end of the month you will have al- most 30 things that you are grateful for and that bring a smile to your heart. Last Thursday began with Mass at 9 a.m., and exercises following at 9:45. Shopping in town began at 10:30 then at 2 in the afternoon we made our way to the Activity Room to play games with Debi and Judy. Coffee and treats were served at 3 p.m. Jessie Schmeling visited with Vi Schmeling. Sara Maus and Mrs. Dale Maus visited with Florence Finne- man. Friday was Eileen Buchholz's birthday. Friday hair ladies were Kathy Hollar, Judy Vincent, June Callaway and Marlene Muruato. We are thankful for our Hair Day and our hair ladies who make us feel so good. Coffee and treats were served in the Dining Room during our pampering and then again at 3 p.m. Joe Tosner vis- ited Verna Tosner. Saturday morning exercises began at 10 a.m. LaRae Tschetter visited with Helen Lindbo. Linda Hutchins visited with Juanita Baird. Sunday Word and Communion were held in the Chapel of Angels at 10 a.m. Cards and games were played in the Dining Room begin- ning at 2 p.m. followed by coffee and treat time at 3. The Community Church held services in the Chapel at 6:30 p.m. Marilyn Moe from Bis- marck visited her mother, Wiene Barthel. Travis and Tammy Heick and Kaytlyn and Megan came to visit grandma Florence Finneman. They brought a computer so they could Skype Alicia and Leon Heick who are in Kenya, Africa, on a mis- sion. Chris Moe, Megan, Casper, and Jeremy Holkup visited with Orville Moe and Wiene Barthel. Stacey Swanson visited with Helen Flaten. Vern Tosner visited Verna Tosner and Mary Efta. Monday morning Bible Study began at 10:30 a.m. Ron Barthel vis- ited his mother, Viola "Wiene" Barthel. Lacy, Taylor, and Patrick Abraham visited Edie Abraham. Mary Barthel went to Bismarck for cataract surgery. All went well. Jes- sica Savini returned from her grand- parent's home in Stanley. She is almost 100 percent after breaking her ankle and having it in a cast for the past few weeks. She said she broke it after church while pushing kids on the merry-go-round. It didn't turn out so "merry" for her when she lost her footing and broke her ankle! During that time she celebrated her birthday by going to Olive Gar- den with many family members and receiving many, many gifts. Today, Jessica ran a few errands after at- tending Bible Study. Tuesday's activities began with exercises at 10 a.m. Adoration fol- lowed. In the afternoon we enjoyed poetry hour with Dean Johnson. De- votions were held in the Chapel with Pastor Ben Baker at 6 p.m. During Wednesday's Craft Time with Marlene and Bethine we made fall wreaths out of leaves, pine nee- dles, pine cones and ribbon. Julianna Thoemke visited Wiene Barthel. Audre and Father Axapius visited with Mary Efta and Florence Miske. Andy Rooney quote of the week: "I've learned that one should keep his words both soft and tender, because tomorrow he may have to eat'them." Mary Barthel interview by Debi Lauf: Mary was born at St. Alexius Hos- pital in Bismarck on Oct. 29, 1949, to Delphine and Dorothy Barthel. Mary attended school in Golva and graduated from Golva High School. After graduation she helped her dad on the farm. They milked up to 20 cows and raised sheep. Mary lost her mother at an early age. Mary moved to Miles City for a short while and then came back to the farm. One day she decided to take a bus to Minnesota to work. She taught school and did housekeeping. While there she met Dick, the love of her life. They married on June 11, 1982. She and Dick had one daughter, Dorothy, who prefers to be called D.J. After Dick's sudden death, Mary and D.J. moved back to the Wibaux area to be closer to family. Mary moved to the Manor three years ago. She loves to do jigsaw puzzles, play bingo, and cards. What she enjoys most about living at the Manor is visiting with friends she has made at the Manor and those she has known her whole life. Commodity Marketing Workouts on Mondays: Dec 2, 9, 16 & Jan. 6, &13. At FCS AgriBusiness Center, Mandan See website or contact local branch office. JFK (Continued from Page 1) the land about an hour and a half af- -k terward, when he was sworn in, in an office in the presidential plane. -t Johnson was a Democratic sena- 4 tor from Texas, and before that served in the House. 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