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Page 6 Golden Valley News November 30, 2017 Nov. 30, 1967,50 years ago : An undetermined amount, of damage was done by fire in the Farmers and Merchants Bank in Beach last Saturday afternoon, Nov. 25. The first inkling that anything was wrong came when flames were Seen to shoot skyward from the Chimney. The exact cause of the blaze has not been determined offi- cially yet, but it may have origi- nated around an incinerator in the basement, or probably some defec- tive wiring in the furnace. Tom Heck of Brengles Inc., Beach, is one of 100 parts and serv- ice managers from Ford and Lin- coln-Mercury dealerships throughout the country who are being honored for outstanding sales performance. Heck, a service man- ager here, will be honored at an Au- tolite awards dinner. Nov. 26, 1992,25 years ago : Members of the Beach FFA Chapter attended the National FFA Convention in Kansas City, Mo., last week where they received spe- cial recognition for their achieve- ments in the National FFA Chapter Safety Award Program Those hon- ored were: Julie Ueckert, Bob Bares, Trent Thompson, Andy Smith and FFA advisor Terry Week. The Beach High School Class of 1993 presented "Meet the Creeps ," under the direction of Sandy S hort at Lincoln Elementary School in Beach, Nov. 16 and 17. It was like a turnback in time to the Adams family TV era to watch the teen - agers take part in this two - act play. Happening? I." "e. e' e* During the holidays, we like to take time to thank the people who've helped make WCCU a success, and that's you! DECEMBER 1 10am - 4:30pm 60 2nd St NE, Beach, ND \~,'(.'%11..~ |" ]I (~()( )13(,' |".~It i%z(~ WILLISTON I DICKINSON I HEBRON BEACH I GLEN ULUN I RAY I TIOGA Listings for high school sporting events, plus public events that are free to anyone and aren't fund-rais- ers or aren't family or business invi- tations, can be published free of charge in this column. Medora's 22nd Annual Old- Fashioned Cowboy Christmas, Fri- day to Sunday, Dec. 8-10, Medora Prairie School Expansion Proj- 'ect Public Input Meeting, 6 p.m., Monday, Dec: 4, at Prairie School, Fairfield Prairie School Expansion Proj- ect Public Input Meeting, 6 p.m., Monday, Dec. 11, at DeMores School, Medora N.D. Cares Coalition to present Golden Valley County with a certifi- cate recognizing the county as a Cares Community, including the cities of Beach, Golva and Sentinel Butte, 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, Dec. 5, Commissioners' Room, Golden Val- ley County Courthouse Beach Lincoln Elementary Hol- iday Program, 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 30, in the Beach High School gym South Heart School Holiday Concert, grades 5-12, at 7 p.m., Mon- day, Dec. 4, at school gym Some of the individuals who participated in the Knights of Columbus Council 6310 Seminarian Getaway: Unload and Unwind project in 2017 are, back row, from left: Roger Decker, Kevin Fugere, the Rev. Adam Maus, Jacob Bennett, Grant Dvorak, Ben Franchuk, Ryan Martire, Ben Wanner, Ed Decker, Eric Artz, John Windsor; m iddle row: Les Sire nioniw, Logan Obrigewitch, Jacob Magnu- son, the Rev. Josh Waltz, Isaiah Fisher, Colton Steiner, Mark Aune, the Rev. Bill Ruelle, Tom Tessier ; front row: Tony Krebs, Rudy Syminow, Andy Proci w , Ed Cerkoney, Bryce Cerkoney, Bill Cerkoney, Ron Dookor and Davo Urlaohor, (Courtesy Filo Photo) Award (Continued from Page 1) tions, each other and get to know the com- The project grew to much more munity. Several of the seminarians than just a council sponsored activ- said it was one of their highlights of ity. "This was a community event, the year." much larger than the Knights of The Rev. Chris Kadrmas,judicial Columbus," Decker said of the two- vicar for the Diocese of Bismarck day event. "We eat, visiq laugh and who grew up at St. Charles Parish in pray during this event. We enjoy the Bowman, said the event gives the outdoors and become more ac- young seminary students a chance to quainted with the seminarians. These bring seminary study and real life to- men may be our future spiritual lead- gether. He said the getaway is "a ers. This a fun project for all involved great mixture of all the things that are and we look forward to continuing great about North Dakota: the wide this project." open spaces, the rural life, the cama- The event includes interaction raderie of all of us gathering together with landowners in the western part :.. It shows the greatness of westem of the state to minimize damage to North Dakota, its people, and it rangelands caused by prairie dogs. primes us, gets us ready, especially One of the activities includes a hunt these seminarians, to dedicate their for the rodents, lives to these good people." Syminow added, "Some of the The program has been so well ac- seminarians had never handled a cepted that the council members plan firearm before. They were given a to offer the event annually. The third safety course on gun handling by annual getaway will be held in June Roger (Decker). It was a good time 2018, Decker announced. for the seminarians to mingle with YOU W Belfield Knights of Columbus member Phil Havnvik, serving as a prairie dog hunt guide, spots for seminarians Grant Dvorak of Bismarck and Jacob Magnuson of Minot, who were participa nts in the 2017 Seminarian Getaway: Unload and Unwind (Cour- tesy File Photo) Rent this space for only a few dollars a week. Call 872-3755for more details today/ ERE Nov. 16 - Mass was celebrated in Manor kitchen. Raffle baskets were the Chapel at 9 a.m. Residents took donated from the Beach, Golva, Sen- advantage of in-town shopping at 10 tinel Butte, Medora and Wibaux busi- a.m. Deb held exercises in the morn- nesss. The Manor kitchen also ing with the residents at 10 a.m. In the donated a basket for the raffle. Every- afternoon, the residents enjoyed an af- one's support was very much appreci- ternoon with "I Love Lucy." ated. Jim and Kay Buchholz came to Nov. 17 - Hair was fixed in the see their mother Eileen Bucholz. salon at 8 a.m. Linda Jones and Mary Jan Kuchera visited with many of Ann Schillo were this week's hair the residents that afternoon. ladies. Maria Braun visited A1 and Nov. 20 - Bingo was held in the af- Lucille Begger. temoon at 2. The ladies of St. John's Nov. 18 - Reading with Gary took Catholic Church provided this activ- place in the Activity Room at 2 p.m. ity. Dessert and coffee were served Nov. 19 - Adoration was held in around 3 p.m. Jim and Kay Buchholz the Chapel at 8:30 a.m. Word and visited Eileen Buchholz before re- Communion followed at 9:30 a.m. A turning home huge crowd showed up for the Golden Nov. 21 - The public health nurse Valley Manor Annual Baked Potato was at the Manor from 8:45 - 10:45 Bar. Serving went from 11:30 a.m. to a.m. Exercises were held at 10 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Baked potatoes were Linda Tvedt shared her musical tal- topped with the choices of chili, taco ents with us around 10:30. Bingo was meat, steamed cauliflower, nacho held in the afternoon with Deb. cheese, beets, pickled eggs, tomatoes, Dennis and Melanie Nunberg vis- chips, pickles, and many other various ited Jowayne Nunbreg. toppings to make a glorious meal Nov. 22 - Fun With Foods activity topped off with a large variety of was held in the Activity Room at 2 desserts. Root beer floats and live p.m. Mary and the residents made a music were enjoyed following the Thanksgiving Blessings Mix to hand meal. Silvernale Funeral Homes pro- out on Thursday for all the residents vided the root beer floats and the and their guests who joined us for din- music was provided by t_irace Church. ner. 1 hope tlaat everyone had a sate This event helped to benefit the and blessedThanksgivingholiday! 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