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Page 8 Golden Valley News December 30, 2010 By Lorna Holzwarth This is such a wonderful time of the year. We wish you Happy New Year. Thursday morning, we had Mass in the chapel. We did our exercises in the activity room, and then we took the bus downtown to-do our shopping. At 10:30, we watched the first half of "It's a Wonderful Life." Usually we will rest for a while after lunch, then we went back to watch the second ,half of the movie. In the evening, carolers from Home On The Range came and sang some beautiful songs for us; they are a talented bunch of kids. Friday, Marlene and Lorna did our hair. Lois Miske came to see Florence Miske for the afternoon. Devotions in the evening were led by Pastor J.T. Burk. Ruthann Zielsdorf played the piano. Barry and Nancy Schafer enjoyed a game of cards Friday evening at the home of Don and Rella Abernethy. Darrell Feldman, Keith Farstvcet and Gordy Ueckert were visitors at the Don and Rella Abernethy residence Saturday. Jack and Jane Cook paid a visit to their mother, Mary Cook, on Sunday afternoon. Later, Rex and Ann Cook from Dickinson also stopped in to visit with Mary. Joedy Bragg and Tom Heckaman were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Don and Rella Abernethy home. Later, Rella's brother and sister-in- law, Rex and Ann Cook, stopped in for a visit, Saturday morning exercisas were led by Eileen Buchholz. Agnes and Ardyn Mattson came to see Carol Schmeling. Communion was held in the chapel in the morning. In the after- noon we had an open house from 3- 5 for the community and friends, sponsored by the Manor Foundation. We had many guests and had a great time visiting and enjoying all the goodies. Larry and bShirley Schulte, and Gene and JoAnn Weinreis came to see Vi Schmeling. John and Wynonna Foster came to visit Margaret Allen, Gertrude Jacobs and Rose Gasho. Kim and McKenzie Plummer and Ona Lee Willson came to see Pat Plummer. Leif and Claudia Bakken visited Mary Job and Florence Miske. Betty Glower Quite a good number turned out for the Christmas Open House at Olson's Service Station Sunday afternoon. Jane Cook attended a welcome home party for former Chateau employee and friend Samuel Kerr early Sunday evening. The party was put on by his wife, Jadah, and friends Bunky and Sylvia Lillibridge at their home in Fryburg. Samuel has been serving in the military in Afghanistan during the past year, and arrived home earlier this month. We're all glad to have him safely home. Don and Rella Abernethy trav- eled to Bismarck on Wednesday, and enjoyed lunch with their daughter, came for the open house. Gloria Ueckert visited Vi and Carol Schmeling, and Ron Efta came to see Florence Miske. Monday morning, Resident Council was held in the activity room. Tuesday morning, we did our exercises, then adoration was held in the chapel. In the afternoon, Tracey Anderson from Wibaux and her daughters came and played the bells for us. What an absolutely beautiful sound; we enjoyed all the special Christmas music. In the eyening, devotions were led by Pastor Hojnacki, and Gloria Ueckert was the pianist. Wednesday afternoon, we played bingo, Ted Tescher spent the afternoon with his mother, Loretta Tescher. LaDonna Fallgatter. Keith Farstveet and Darrell Feldman visited with Don and Rella Abernethy on Thursday afternoon. Rella had also gone to Barry and Nancy Schafer's home for a visit with them. Reports from additional Sentinel Butte residents are welcome for this column. To submit a possible news items, call the News Office at 872- 3755 on Friday mornings, or send an e-mail to gvnews@midstate at any time. Thought for the week: Blessed are those who can give without remembering and take without for- getting. Dec. 29, 1960: Winner of chord organ announced The winner of the chord organ, which was given away last Saturday, Dec. 24, at the Coast to Coast Store was announced tfiis week. The name selected at the time of the drawing was that of Harold Lowman of Sentinel Butte. To perform at half-time The Beach High School Band will perform at the Belfield-Beach game on Jan. 10, at Beach, during half-time. Title of their perform- ance will be "Beat the Band," under the direction of instructor Wilmar Marzolf. It will be an audience participa- tion game, where those selected from the audience are to identify objects illustrated by the music played, in a limited amount of time. It sounds like fun - and the game between the two top teams of this conference should keep everyone on the edges of their seats Representative leaves for Bismarck State Representative and Mrs. A. R. Miller will leave Beach this Sunday, Jan. 1, for Bismarck where they will live during the next legislative session. Miller is a newly elected representative from the 39th Legislative District. They will be returning to Beach each weekend. In it to win it. Whether you've been sued and need representation, or have a claim to bring to court, you need battle-tested lawyers working for you--lawyers prepared for any situation. That's us. Our Litigated Solutions Team has experience on "both sides of the table"--as plaintiffs' lawyers and in defending companies and individuals from suit. We understand the mindsets of all the parties and can effectively meld trial strategies to win your case. Dakota Census Committee worked with the U.S. Census and with the state and local count committees to assist in informing North Dakotans about the impor- tance of getting counted. The 2009 estimated North Dakota population was 646,844. "An increase in our 2010 popula- Motorists should not become impa- tient and be aware that plows will occasionally pull over to allow traf- fic to pass NDDOT's safety tips for sharing the roads with snowplows include: - Be extremely cautious when passing a snow plo v. They can be moved sideways by drifts and hard snow pack. - Never drive through "white- outs" caused by crosswinds or plowing light snow. Snow plows pull over and stop frequently to allow traffic to pass. Be patient and wait until you can see. - Stay well back. Sometimes snowplows have to stop and back up and they often throw sanding mate- el Les Olson, Dickinson, was elect- ed chairman of the North Dakota Implement Dealers Association (NDIDA) during that organiza- tion's 11 lth annual convention held recently in Bismarck. He has been a member of the NDIDA board of directors since 2003 and served as first vice chair- man during the past year. Olson and partners Roger Gjellstad, Jeff Fjelstad, Pete Pederson, Ryan Moe, David Anfinson, Ryan Gjellstad and Dave Colbenson own Frontier Equipment L.L.C the Case IH and New Holland dealership in Williston; Glasgow Implement, Glasgow, Mont.; and West Plains Implement Inc with stores in Hettinger, Dickinson, Bowman and Beach. The NDIDA, headquartered in Fargo, is the statewide trade associ- ation for approximately 125 farm equipment dealers. NDIDA was formed in 1899 to help implement dealers solve mutual problems, channel resources, exchange infor- mation and develop leadership. lease SM Population (Continued from Page 1) tion was certainly expected, when you consider the strength of our state's economy. Additionally, five of the last six years North Dakota has shown increases in the annual estimates of the population," said Backman. "The population change also coincides with strong gains in jobs for the state," Michael Ziesch of Joti Service North Dakota, also a mem- ber of the North Dakota Census Committee, said in a prepared state- ment. "Data from the non-farm. employment series showed an increase of 38,600 jobs between the year 2000 and 2009, which is the most recent year annual averages are available." Crashes (Continued from Page 1) rial. - Know where the plow is on multi-lane roadways. The plow could be in either lane or on the shoulder. - Don't assume that you'll have good traction because the road looks sanded. The sand can sink into the snow pack, leaving a slick surface. - Slow down and drive accord- ing to the conditions. Most winter crashes are caused by driving too fast for conditions. - Be alert to changing road con- ditions. A slight drop in temperature can cause roads to become slick gradually and cause problems for unwary drivers. - Never use cruise control if there irm Les Olson is any potential for slippery road surfaces, and always wear a seat belt. Travelers can check road condi- tions by dialing 511 or visiting " for the most up- to-date information available. we're located at: .46 west second street t p.o. box 1598 dickinson, n.d. 58602-1598 for more information about the firm or for legal representation, visit our office or call www.eskgb, com 701.225.LAWS (5297) est. 1886 No Hunting Signs 75 cents each. (701) 872-3755 Golden Valley News/ Billings County Pioneer Office, 22 Central Ave. Beach Will mail out sign orders with postage charge added A few words on behalf of a free people "3~ree speech, e:um~sed both ~ and"Our liberty depends on the freedom of the "l)emocrac~ die behind dosed doors. Whea the govenummt tllwm~ a fre larcss, is a race.try ia aay lmaSs, a~l tllBt mmmt be IhWIted without bcglm ~doa~, it ~N~lc~ic~y onlrol~ f~lonnaUon 1o - to - lheodo~ ]l~-q~t - 11tomes Jelfer~ma mislurormaUon." 1918 1786 - Judge ~ J. Keith, 2001 Aneta Star, Ashley Tribune, Golden Valley News, Turtle Mountain Times, Beulah Beacon, Bismarck Tribune, Bottineeu Courant, Burke County Tribune, Bowmen County Pioneer, Towner County Record Herald, Foster County Independent, Carson Press, Cass County Reporter, Cavalier Chronicle. 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