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. . . .... . - ..: , I Page 6 January 3, 2013 Week y SUDOKU l. MOVIES: What was the name of the angel in the movie "It's a Wonder- ful Life"?. 2. ANATOMY: What is another name for an ewthrocyte? 3. GEOGRAPIIY: In which count U is the Po River located'? t ItST()RY: In what century was : tie Canal constructed? 5. MUSIC: Which composer wrote more than 400 waltzes, including "The Blue Danube"? 6. EL 'TERTAINERS: Which female movie star was born with the name Margarita Carmen Cansino? 7. [.ITERATURE: Which sister is the oldest in the classic book "Little Women"? 8. TELEVISION: What was the name of the little girl in the animated TV show "Frosty the Snowman"? 9. G ENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What is the common birthstone for May? 10. GAMES: What color is the No. 3 ball in billiards? Answers I. Clarence Odbody 2. Red blood cell :. Italy 4. Early 19th cemm 7 5. Johann Strauss 6. Rita Hayworth 7. Meg 8. Karen 9. Emerald 10. Red L" 2012 King Features Synd. Inc. DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: * I 00orts by Chris ehe=,.k I. Pitcher Dwight Gooden set a record fbr most consecutive games with at least one strikeout to start his major-league career. [fow many was it'.' 2. Who pitched the most innings in one lnajor-league All-Star (iame? 3. How many national champion- ships has the University of Nebraska achieved in football? 4. Name the first No. 8 playoffseed to reach the NBA Finals. 5. Who are the top three players on NHL's career points per game list? 6. When was the last time before 2012 that the:U.S, men's soccer team lost to Jamaica? 7. Name the last boxer who beat heavyweight chmnpion Wladimir Klitschko. Answers 1. He did it in 349 consecutive games. 2. Lefty Gomez pitched six innings in the 1935 game. 3. Five (1970, '71, '94, '95 and '97). 4. The New York Knicks, in 1999. 5. Wayne Gretzky (1.921 points per game), Mario Lemieux (1.883) and Mike Bossy (1.497). 6. The U.S. had never lost to Jamai- • ca. 7. Lmnon Brewster, in 2004. ", 2012 King Featm'es Synd., Inc. Moments intime HISTORY i • On Jan. 18, 1803, ill a secret mes- isage to Congress, President Thomas Jefferson requests funding for the iLewis and Clark expedition to explore :the mysterious Far West and perhaps ifind a Northwest Passage to the Pacif- :ic. Jefferson officially asked Congress '.for $2,500, though some sources indi- kale'the expedition ultimately cost 'x f0ser to $53,000. : • On Jan. 14,1875, theologian, nmsi- ician, philosopher and Nobel Prize- :wilming physician Albert Schweitzer 'is born in Upper-Alsace, Germany• • Schweitzer's philosophy revolved :around what he called "reverence 'tbr life," the idea that all life must be respected and loved. • On Jan. 19, 1883, two steamers, the Cimbria and the Sultan, collide in heavy fog in the North Sea, restdting in the deaths of 357 people. For those who did not make it into a lifeboat, the cold water was deadly. Hypothermia ;and drowning claimed hundreds of 2lives within minutes. • On Jan. 16, 1942, actress Camle i Lombard, famous for her roles in screw- . ball comedies such as "My Mini God- ! fi'ey" and tbr her marriage to actor Clark ..Gable, is killed when the TWA DC-3 : plane she is traveling in crashes en route • from Las Vegas to Los Angeles• : • On Jan. 15, 1951, llse Koch, wife i of the commandant of the Buchenwald :concentration camp, is sentenced to :life imprisonment in a court in West : Gerlnany tbr her extraordinary sadism. :The "Witch of Buchenwald" collected :lampshades, book covers and gloves imade from the skin of tattooed calnp : prisoners. 9 8 6 5 by 2 1 5 6 3 9 Linda Thistle 6 7 6 4 4 3 1 2 8 5 3 2 Solution on page 7 8 3 9 2 7 7 4 1 8 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 *'*" Challenging *** HOO BOY! © 2012 King Features Synd., Inc. This weekly puzzle is brought to you by: T&A Seeds Beach, ND (701) 872-3248 KFWS • MindGym December 31, 2012 MAGIC MAZE • LENGTHY WORDS ZGDEZWTQNKHDRAX UTR P ROL ONGP I M J G DDAYLONGGAAXVSQ NKI GNF HNDHAXVTQ OMJ GARO SGHF CAYW G L I F E(L O NG E V I T Y)U RNPNDLOHJNHFDB Z GXOAVLONGBOWTRQ OME LDNAHGNOLRUF KH I HE F DBZYOWBV T RQONLBK I HF DLCOA Find the listed words in the diagram. They run in all directions - forward, backward, up, down and diagonally. Along Headlong Longhair Belong Lifelong Longhand Daylong Longbow Longhorn Furlong Longevity Longing Longshore Oblong Tagalong @ 2012 King Features Synd., Inc. All rights reserved. DEADLINES The deadline for submitted copy and stories and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872-3755 or e-mail gvnews @ midstate, net. Linda (Schmeling) Huffman ar- rived from her home at Phoenix, Ariz., on Dec. 9, and left on Dec. 16. She was a houseguest of her sister, Naomi Dolyniuk, and her family. While here, she spent time with her mother, Violet Schmeling at the Manor, where several members of the Weinreis and Schmeling families stopped to visit with her also. Lyvia Gracelyn Kay Wojahn, in- fant daughter of Travis and Lacey (Barthel) Wojahn was baptized dur- ing Mass at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Golva on Sunday. Her godparents are JessiKay Noll and Josh Barthel. The family provided rolls, coffee and juice for everyone after Mass. A capacity crowd was in atten- dance at Christmas Eve Mass at St. Mary's m Golva. The children pre- sented an inspirational pageant prior to Mass. Joe and Arlys Kreitinger had all of their children and grandchildren home for Christmas except for Frank and his family of Fargo, who spent Christmas with his in-laws. Their family joined other family members at the Jerry and Mary Weinreis home after Mass in Golva on Christmas Eve. On Christmas morning, Mike and his family went back to Dickin- son to spend time with Becky's fam- ily, but Kaylene, John, and Scott and his family stayed and were joined by Bernice and Rose Kreitinger for din- ner at Joe and Arlys" home. On Christmas Day, Gary and Michelle Hardy had 34 family mem- bers gather at their home for a boun- tiful dinner. Some of the guests attending were: Frank and Pauline Goetz and Rapheal Finneman from Colorado; Paul and Mary Lee Schmitz along with their family members, Jason and Laura; Jeremy, Erin Schmitz and three daughters, and Dean and Jackee VanVleet and family and Christine Finneman. Christine Finneman had several of her family members visit over the holidays. Frank and Pauline Goetz and Rapheal Finneman arrived on Dec. 23. Frank and Pauline left on Dec. 26, but others came at later dates. Gene and Susan Finneman spent Christmas with their family in Fargo. and then came to Golva. Ar- lene Abraham came on Dec. 27 after spending Christmas with her family ]n Bismarck where her son. Dusty,. his wife Stephanie and daughter • Ruby from Oklahoma joined the rest of the family. During his time here. Rapheal spent some time with his daughters in the area. Shawn and Sarah Strangford and three daughters of Ekalaka, and Stacy and her two Hope everyone had a beautiful peaceful Christmas and a very Happy New Year! It's now time for resolutions. We can all be better in some way every day, not .just at the beginning of a new year. Last Wednesday evening, Gloria Hendry, Gertrude Jacobs, Ida and Floyd Braden. Seth Bishop, Donna Sygulla, Florence Miske, Florence Finneman, Carol Schmeling, Mary Barthel, Alice Miller, and Lorna Holzwarth with Steve Raisler at the wheel took a "light trip" around Beach to view all the wonderful Christmas lights and decorations. What fun we had. Thursday morning, began with Mass at 9 followed by exercises with Lorna. We went shopping at 10:30 then at 2 we had our annual Christmas Party in the activity room. Missy, Delaney, and Jack Tvedt visited with Juanita Baird. Katy Zinsli. Jeanne Larson and Richard "poodle" visited Florence Finneman. We had our hair washed, set, and combed out Friday morning by the hair lady volunteers, Gloria Hendry, Judy Ridenhower and Judy Vincent. At 3 p.m. we had coffee and treats in the dining room followed by De- votions with Pastor J .T. Bark. Dean PUBLIC NOTICES A public notice is information infoming citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens' everday lives. Public notices have been printed in local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information, for more than 200 years. Kyle Sarsland and Jacob Steiner perform in the Golva School's Christmas program on Dec. 20. (Photo Courtesy of Lori Howard) children of Dickinson before return- ing to his mother's home in Golva to help his brother Gene celebrate his birthday on Friday. Tom and Joyce Ray from Canada were houseguests of her sister Bev- erly Noll and her husband Jerry. The Nolls' daughter, Lori, and her family also joined the family for Christmas. Tom and Joyce joined the Finneman family at Christine Finneman's on Friday evening to help her cousin Gene Finneman celebrate his birth- day. On Thursday, Darrel Schmeling took his daughters Kari and Katy to Dickinson for dentist appointments. Since it was Katy's birthday. Jolee Bosserman. Miranda Dietz and Ash- ley Mclntyre were asked to go along to help her celebrate. Darrel, Karen, Peter, Katy and Kari Schmeling; Brian, Naomi, Sara. Kayla and Nolan Dolyniuk and Jack Schneider and his daughter Angela from Glendive. Mont., brought potluck supper to the activity room at the Golden Valley Manor on Christ- mas night where they joined Violet Schmeling for an enjoyable evening. Charles Scherman _has taken a couple of ambulance rides to the ER at St. Joseph's Hospital in Dickin- son. He is feeling better now, and has been taking it easy. Charlie and Mary's son Terry and their daughter Lorraine both came to spend Christ- mas vacation with their parents. Their daughter Linda, her son Christopher and his girlfriend Leanne came to spend Christmas Day with them also. They all met at Linda's for the large fanfily gathering on Sat- urday. Marvin and Janice Scherman had their daughters Lisa and Kristi home for Christmas Eve. Dean, Lisa and Gabe Wyckoff spent Christmas with his family, and Kristi and her daugh- ter Emily had to return home on Christmas Day. Paul and Mary Lee Schmitz had all of their family home for Christ- mas: Jason and Laura Schmitz of Beach, Jeremy, Erin, Marlee, Peyton and Emmery Schmitz of Bismarck. and Dean, Jacque, Marissa, Ethan and Macee VanVleet of Bismarck. Tract Torgerson and family visited the Stulls. Ardyn Mattson came vis- iting. On Saturday morning, we exer- cised at 10 a.m., rested for a while and had coffee and treats at 3 p.m. Linda Hutehins visited with Juanita Baird. Jen. Aaron and Theodore Nunberg came visiting all the way from St. Paul, Minn. Sunday morning communion was at 10. We played cards and games at 2 p.m., and had a Comnm- nity Church meeting at 6:30. Gwen Oech visited with Fern Hennings. Dennis and Melanie Nunherg from Bismarck came to visit. Ed and Cheryl Hammond visited with Vi Schmeling, Donna Sygulla and Joe Bostyan. Julianna Thoemke visited with Mary Barthel, Vi Schmeling and Alice Miller. Viola Barthel vis- ited with Mary Barthel. Maurice Hager and Vi Schmeling. We learned a lot during Bible Study with Don Brengle at 10:30. Wednesday at 2 p.m. we had our monthly massages with Marlene and Bethine, which also included coffee and treats. Amber Egan came visiting all the way from Eden Praine, Minn. Barb Olge visited with Fern Hennings. Thelma Stull's birthday was on Thursday. Mass was held at 9, exer- cises at 9:45, and shopping at 10:30. Then we got to play our favorite game - bingo! \\; Questions? Comments? Story Ideas? Let us know how we're doing. Your opinion is something we always want m hear. Call or vontaet us via phone or our e-mail address. Golden Valley News Billings County Pioneer 1-701-872-3755 gvnews@midstate.net / . . . .... . - ..: , I Page 6 January 3, 2013 Week y SUDOKU l. MOVIES: What was the name of the angel in the movie "It's a Wonder- ful Life"?. 2. ANATOMY: What is another name for an ewthrocyte? 3. GEOGRAPIIY: In which count U is the Po River located'? t ItST()RY: In what century was : tie Canal constructed? 5. MUSIC: Which composer wrote more than 400 waltzes, including "The Blue Danube"? 6. EL 'TERTAINERS: Which female movie star was born with the name Margarita Carmen Cansino? 7. [.ITERATURE: Which sister is the oldest in the classic book "Little Women"? 8. TELEVISION: What was the name of the little girl in the animated TV show "Frosty the Snowman"? 9. G ENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What is the common birthstone for May? 10. GAMES: What color is the No. 3 ball in billiards? Answers I. Clarence Odbody 2. Red blood cell :. Italy 4. Early 19th cemm 7 5. Johann Strauss 6. Rita Hayworth 7. Meg 8. Karen 9. Emerald 10. Red L" 2012 King Features Synd. Inc. DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: * I 00orts by Chris ehe=,.k I. Pitcher Dwight Gooden set a record fbr most consecutive games with at least one strikeout to start his major-league career. [fow many was it'.' 2. Who pitched the most innings in one lnajor-league All-Star (iame? 3. How many national champion- ships has the University of Nebraska achieved in football? 4. Name the first No. 8 playoffseed to reach the NBA Finals. 5. Who are the top three players on NHL's career points per game list? 6. When was the last time before 2012 that the:U.S, men's soccer team lost to Jamaica? 7. Name the last boxer who beat heavyweight chmnpion Wladimir Klitschko. Answers 1. He did it in 349 consecutive games. 2. Lefty Gomez pitched six innings in the 1935 game. 3. Five (1970, '71, '94, '95 and '97). 4. The New York Knicks, in 1999. 5. Wayne Gretzky (1.921 points per game), Mario Lemieux (1.883) and Mike Bossy (1.497). 6. The U.S. had never lost to Jamai- • ca. 7. Lmnon Brewster, in 2004. ", 2012 King Featm'es Synd., Inc. Moments intime HISTORY i • On Jan. 18, 1803, ill a secret mes- isage to Congress, President Thomas Jefferson requests funding for the iLewis and Clark expedition to explore :the mysterious Far West and perhaps ifind a Northwest Passage to the Pacif- :ic. Jefferson officially asked Congress '.for $2,500, though some sources indi- kale'the expedition ultimately cost 'x f0ser to $53,000. : • On Jan. 14,1875, theologian, nmsi- ician, philosopher and Nobel Prize- :wilming physician Albert Schweitzer 'is born in Upper-Alsace, Germany• • Schweitzer's philosophy revolved :around what he called "reverence 'tbr life," the idea that all life must be respected and loved. • On Jan. 19, 1883, two steamers, the Cimbria and the Sultan, collide in heavy fog in the North Sea, restdting in the deaths of 357 people. For those who did not make it into a lifeboat, the cold water was deadly. Hypothermia ;and drowning claimed hundreds of 2lives within minutes. • On Jan. 16, 1942, actress Camle i Lombard, famous for her roles in screw- . ball comedies such as "My Mini God- ! fi'ey" and tbr her marriage to actor Clark ..Gable, is killed when the TWA DC-3 : plane she is traveling in crashes en route • from Las Vegas to Los Angeles• : • On Jan. 15, 1951, llse Koch, wife i of the commandant of the Buchenwald :concentration camp, is sentenced to :life imprisonment in a court in West : Gerlnany tbr her extraordinary sadism. :The "Witch of Buchenwald" collected :lampshades, book covers and gloves imade from the skin of tattooed calnp : prisoners. 9 8 6 5 by 2 1 5 6 3 9 Linda Thistle 6 7 6 4 4 3 1 2 8 5 3 2 Solution on page 7 8 3 9 2 7 7 4 1 8 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 *'*" Challenging *** HOO BOY! © 2012 King Features Synd., Inc. This weekly puzzle is brought to you by: T&A Seeds Beach, ND (701) 872-3248 KFWS • MindGym December 31, 2012 MAGIC MAZE • LENGTHY WORDS ZGDEZWTQNKHDRAX UTR P ROL ONGP I M J G DDAYLONGGAAXVSQ NKI GNF HNDHAXVTQ OMJ GARO SGHF CAYW G L I F E(L O NG E V I T Y)U RNPNDLOHJNHFDB Z GXOAVLONGBOWTRQ OME LDNAHGNOLRUF KH I HE F DBZYOWBV T RQONLBK I HF DLCOA Find the listed words in the diagram. They run in all directions - forward, backward, up, down and diagonally. Along Headlong Longhair Belong Lifelong Longhand Daylong Longbow Longhorn Furlong Longevity Longing Longshore Oblong Tagalong @ 2012 King Features Synd., Inc. All rights reserved. DEADLINES The deadline for submitted copy and stories and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872-3755 or e-mail gvnews @ midstate, net. Linda (Schmeling) Huffman ar- rived from her home at Phoenix, Ariz., on Dec. 9, and left on Dec. 16. She was a houseguest of her sister, Naomi Dolyniuk, and her family. While here, she spent time with her mother, Violet Schmeling at the Manor, where several members of the Weinreis and Schmeling families stopped to visit with her also. Lyvia Gracelyn Kay Wojahn, in- fant daughter of Travis and Lacey (Barthel) Wojahn was baptized dur- ing Mass at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Golva on Sunday. Her godparents are JessiKay Noll and Josh Barthel. The family provided rolls, coffee and juice for everyone after Mass. A capacity crowd was in atten- dance at Christmas Eve Mass at St. Mary's m Golva. The children pre- sented an inspirational pageant prior to Mass. Joe and Arlys Kreitinger had all of their children and grandchildren home for Christmas except for Frank and his family of Fargo, who spent Christmas with his in-laws. Their family joined other family members at the Jerry and Mary Weinreis home after Mass in Golva on Christmas Eve. On Christmas morning, Mike and his family went back to Dickin- son to spend time with Becky's fam- ily, but Kaylene, John, and Scott and his family stayed and were joined by Bernice and Rose Kreitinger for din- ner at Joe and Arlys" home. On Christmas Day, Gary and Michelle Hardy had 34 family mem- bers gather at their home for a boun- tiful dinner. Some of the guests attending were: Frank and Pauline Goetz and Rapheal Finneman from Colorado; Paul and Mary Lee Schmitz along with their family members, Jason and Laura; Jeremy, Erin Schmitz and three daughters, and Dean and Jackee VanVleet and family and Christine Finneman. Christine Finneman had several of her family members visit over the holidays. Frank and Pauline Goetz and Rapheal Finneman arrived on Dec. 23. Frank and Pauline left on Dec. 26, but others came at later dates. Gene and Susan Finneman spent Christmas with their family in Fargo. and then came to Golva. Ar- lene Abraham came on Dec. 27 after spending Christmas with her family ]n Bismarck where her son. Dusty,. his wife Stephanie and daughter • Ruby from Oklahoma joined the rest of the family. During his time here. Rapheal spent some time with his daughters in the area. Shawn and Sarah Strangford and three daughters of Ekalaka, and Stacy and her two Hope everyone had a beautiful peaceful Christmas and a very Happy New Year! It's now time for resolutions. We can all be better in some way every day, not .just at the beginning of a new year. Last Wednesday evening, Gloria Hendry, Gertrude Jacobs, Ida and Floyd Braden. Seth Bishop, Donna Sygulla, Florence Miske, Florence Finneman, Carol Schmeling, Mary Barthel, Alice Miller, and Lorna Holzwarth with Steve Raisler at the wheel took a "light trip" around Beach to view all the wonderful Christmas lights and decorations. What fun we had. Thursday morning, began with Mass at 9 followed by exercises with Lorna. We went shopping at 10:30 then at 2 we had our annual Christmas Party in the activity room. Missy, Delaney, and Jack Tvedt visited with Juanita Baird. Katy Zinsli. Jeanne Larson and Richard "poodle" visited Florence Finneman. We had our hair washed, set, and combed out Friday morning by the hair lady volunteers, Gloria Hendry, Judy Ridenhower and Judy Vincent. At 3 p.m. we had coffee and treats in the dining room followed by De- votions with Pastor J .T. Bark. Dean PUBLIC NOTICES A public notice is information infoming citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens' everday lives. Public notices have been printed in local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information, for more than 200 years. Kyle Sarsland and Jacob Steiner perform in the Golva School's Christmas program on Dec. 20. (Photo Courtesy of Lori Howard) children of Dickinson before return- ing to his mother's home in Golva to help his brother Gene celebrate his birthday on Friday. Tom and Joyce Ray from Canada were houseguests of her sister Bev- erly Noll and her husband Jerry. The Nolls' daughter, Lori, and her family also joined the family for Christmas. Tom and Joyce joined the Finneman family at Christine Finneman's on Friday evening to help her cousin Gene Finneman celebrate his birth- day. On Thursday, Darrel Schmeling took his daughters Kari and Katy to Dickinson for dentist appointments. Since it was Katy's birthday. Jolee Bosserman. Miranda Dietz and Ash- ley Mclntyre were asked to go along to help her celebrate. Darrel, Karen, Peter, Katy and Kari Schmeling; Brian, Naomi, Sara. Kayla and Nolan Dolyniuk and Jack Schneider and his daughter Angela from Glendive. Mont., brought potluck supper to the activity room at the Golden Valley Manor on Christ- mas night where they joined Violet Schmeling for an enjoyable evening. Charles Scherman _has taken a couple of ambulance rides to the ER at St. Joseph's Hospital in Dickin- son. He is feeling better now, and has been taking it easy. Charlie and Mary's son Terry and their daughter Lorraine both came to spend Christ- mas vacation with their parents. Their daughter Linda, her son Christopher and his girlfriend Leanne came to spend Christmas Day with them also. They all met at Linda's for the large fanfily gathering on Sat- urday. Marvin and Janice Scherman had their daughters Lisa and Kristi home for Christmas Eve. Dean, Lisa and Gabe Wyckoff spent Christmas with his family, and Kristi and her daugh- ter Emily had to return home on Christmas Day. Paul and Mary Lee Schmitz had all of their family home for Christ- mas: Jason and Laura Schmitz of Beach, Jeremy, Erin, Marlee, Peyton and Emmery Schmitz of Bismarck. and Dean, Jacque, Marissa, Ethan and Macee VanVleet of Bismarck. Tract Torgerson and family visited the Stulls. Ardyn Mattson came vis- iting. On Saturday morning, we exer- cised at 10 a.m., rested for a while and had coffee and treats at 3 p.m. Linda Hutehins visited with Juanita Baird. Jen. Aaron and Theodore Nunberg came visiting all the way from St. Paul, Minn. Sunday morning communion was at 10. We played cards and games at 2 p.m., and had a Comnm- nity Church meeting at 6:30. Gwen Oech visited with Fern Hennings. Dennis and Melanie Nunherg from Bismarck came to visit. Ed and Cheryl Hammond visited with Vi Schmeling, Donna Sygulla and Joe Bostyan. Julianna Thoemke visited with Mary Barthel, Vi Schmeling and Alice Miller. Viola Barthel vis- ited with Mary Barthel. Maurice Hager and Vi Schmeling. We learned a lot during Bible Study with Don Brengle at 10:30. Wednesday at 2 p.m. we had our monthly massages with Marlene and Bethine, which also included coffee and treats. Amber Egan came visiting all the way from Eden Praine, Minn. Barb Olge visited with Fern Hennings. Thelma Stull's birthday was on Thursday. Mass was held at 9, exer- cises at 9:45, and shopping at 10:30. Then we got to play our favorite game - bingo! \\; Questions? Comments? Story Ideas? Let us know how we're doing. Your opinion is something we always want m hear. Call or vontaet us via phone or our e-mail address. Golden Valley News Billings County Pioneer 1-701-872-3755 gvnews@midstate.net /