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Section A - Cakes Times, Thursday, March 8, 2012 5 B n --Marian Johnson  7013437 ] &apos; The announcement of the arrival ',of Carter Nell Planteen should have )read" i , Sara and Nell Planteen are the ',proud parents of Carter Nell. The ',young man made his arrival Friday, !February 17 weighed 7 lbs 4 ounc- 'es and 20 inches long. Grandpar- 'ents are Nancy Planteen Forman, Richard and Lanet Ness Wimbold- on, N.D. and Bernie and Penny Planteen, Cogswell. Great grand parents' are Gladys Bahmer, Moor- head, Minn. ahd Darlene Johnson Forman. Congratulation Sara and .Nell on the new addition to the family and welcome Carter. Marian Johnson spent Tuesday ;morning in Cakes. She kept a Doc- '-tor's appointment and ran some other errands including stocking up on groceries for the bad weather that was coming. She also had cof- fee with Ethel Karas before she left for home. George Bishoff was among many who attended the funeral ser- vices for John Manikowski, Friday "morning. World Day of Prayer was held at ,Nazareth on Friday afternoon. Pas- .tor Justin. Forman Hope Assembly 'of God Pastor Michael William 'and ladies from several areas were in attendance. The speaker Lauri Bischof gave a very good presen- tation on the program, "Riding for Dreams" The afternoon ended with a social time and salad luncheon in .the fellowship hall. Tally Mathews and Nancy Mathews attended the "Book Study" held at Cakes Grace Lu- .theran, Sunday evening. Pastor Jus- tin is leading the study and it is on • the book "Hole in Our Gospel" by JR/chard Stearns. It was deemed as very interesting by those attending. Kathy and Tom Heimbuch and "Josh drove to Bismarck. Friday "morning. Tom and Josh kept some appointments and Kathy spent the time with her sister and husband, Tess and Lee Heft. They all visited at the home of Lucy Trotman and .were F:riday-and.Saturday night guests at the Trotman home Their brother Jim Erdle, Richardton. N.D. also spent two days with the family. The Heimbuchs returned home Sunday afternoon. The con- dition of the highway was not good. Linda Albro and Erma Bishoff attended the funeral service for HelerrMlnarik at St Mary's Catho- lic • Church Forman Friday morn- goes out to Helen's family. Bob Banderet attended the Thri- vent supper meeting held in Gwin- ner on Monday evening. Jim and Deb Bosse were coffee and visitors at the home of Dick and Jill Johnson, Sunday evening. Phyllis and Harvey Dawson. Darla Knox and Carter Dawson Britton, Corey and Lisa Dawson and Jordon attended the BB Tour- nament held in Doland S.D. Jordon took part in the tournament, and they all enjoyed supper in Groton, S.D. before returning home. Brian Wittich, Battle Lake Minn, Shelly and Mike Stark. Jordon and Dalton, Wyndmere and Chad and Tyler Wittich, Forman were noon lunch guests at the Alan and Do- lores Wittich home. The afternoon was spent riding the snowmobile. Lot of fun and good use of the snow while it is here. Word was received by the com- munity of the death of Minnie An- derson. Forman. Funeral services are scheduled for 10:00 Friday morning at Cogswell Nazareth Lu- theran. Sympathy is extended to the family on the loss of their mother, grandmother and friend to so many. Dick and Jill Johnson visited Le- ona Eklund at Four Seasons after church services on Sunday. They had dinner at a local restaurant be- fore they returned home. Sharon and Kelly Cooper spent Saturday in Fargo. The day was spent shopping, attending a movie and some food to complete the day. Erma Bishoff visited Dorothy Buisker and Dolores Hassbroek at Spruce Court in Britton. Monday afternoon. Kathy Rehborg, New York Mills, Minn. spent the weekend at the Val- era and Duane Hayen home. Valera and Kathy and Tori Swanson For- man spent Saturday at the home of Teri and Espen Dalgliesh Ayr, N.D. The day was spent helping Teri do household chores. She is having a Nazareth WELCA held their March meeting late Thursday af- ternoon. Rita Linderkamp served some light snacks after the WEL- CA meeting and a pot luck supper was served and enjoyed before the Lenten service. Plenty of food as usual. Nancy Mathews was a noon dinner guest at the Gerry and Dee Bosse home, Sunday. Other guests were Brett Bosse, Brooklyn and Lindsey of Watertown, S.D. Harvey Dawson, Jen Watkins, Is- abelle and Braxton, Forman, Cory Dawson, Jordon and Carter attend- ed the fishing derby sponsored by the Cogswell Gun Club on Sunday. Jordon placed sixth in his division. Not a lot of fish were caught due to the condition of the water. Heather Bosse Sage and Elsa, Putney, S.D. spent Friday and Sat- urday at the home of Deb and Jim Bosse. They attended church with Deb and Jim and then returned home. Icy roads, drifting snow and fin- ger drifts all contributed to bad con- ditions for driving a good share of this past week. Not fun and games to be out there. It took me 45 min- utes to drive 12 miles on Friday. I drove slow especially after being brought up short by a pickup in the ditch. Made driving at a slow speed more important than before. The temperatures the rest of the week should take care of those problems. Just so we do not get more of the same. Could happen! ! Not much going on with the road conditions, I made a quick trip to town early in the week. I wanted to beat the blizzard that was fore- cast for us. Needed groceries just in and had other errands that had to be taken care of just in case. It did not get as bad and who is com- plaining? I am not. Just looking at the TV screen which was all red, pink and blue scared me. It looked as though it could be a big blow all lot of back problems and is not able over the state. I am always happy to do them herself. Her back is ggz when the weather man s at least mg to take a long time o recover-'  artmllv wrong and the ors . . i, . i i  I" . ,. '% ,- she needs to take it easy. not materialize ....... Alan and Dolores Wittich ac- companied Erma and George Bish- off to the fish fry in Rutland, Friday evening. The American Legion Post #38 held their regular meeting Thurs- day afternoon. Bob Banderet, Ger- ry Bosse, Randy Arneson and Dick Johnson were among the Legionna- To get away discussing the weather here is some food for thought--- "Old age is like a bank with draw from what you have put in. Some good advice is to deposit a lot of happiness in the bank account of memories" Makes sense doesn't it???? Bye now and have a good week. After such a nice winter, it was a bit of a shock to receive several inches of snow this past week. ;Remember to set your clocks aheadthis weekend. Don and Eileen Geske ran er- rands in Valley City, Thursday. They visited Lloyd and Erna An- derson and ¢njoyed "lunch with them. David, Patti and Brittany Ragan of West Fargo were Saturday over- night guests of Jack and Shirley Ragan. 1 The Verona Fire Department held their annual meeting on Sunday. Don and Eileen Geske attended the movie "Courageous" at the LaMoure Church of the Nazarene, Sunday evening. Berlin was well represented at the Monday morning breakfast at i Taylor Ray Cafe in Mesa. Ariz. on ,February 27. Thirty one were pres- ent. Those who were there were: LeRoy and Ruby Nypen, Roger and Eileen Feiken, Melvin and Doro- thy Bork, Larry "and Edie Raatz, iDwayne and Evelyn (Schiefelbein) Goodrow of Kent Washinton, Don Zimbleman, Dean and Shirley Mc- Innes, Del and Marlys Carvell, Jack Terry, Ruby Benson. Bob and Lois (Benson) Leppert of Idaho, Rachel Young and daughter Mary Beth, Ken and Gretchen Leppert of Michigan, Mary and Bob Widmer of Washing- ton, Laurence Steltzer of Ellendale, Carol (Ellingson) Sffoul and her mother Juletta Ellingson of Mesa, 9. cReY County 4H Carn/v00 Sunday, March tt, 20t2 11 am.2 pm OUR CUJB. OUR CO}aNUNTY OUR COTNTR? AND OUR 0RD This is part of our 4H Pledge. Please come and support Dickey County 4H at the Oakes Armory. This is our annual 4H Carnival with tons of things to do. There will be soup and sandwiches, activities, games, prizes, cake walk and m0re!ll We will have a banner to sign for the ND National Guard unit #188 from Oakes, ND who are still stationed in Kuwait. Thanks for all of your support. Diane (Ellingson) Freih of Fargo, and Bill and Marilyn Gackle. mmqmnmmmmmmmmmnmnmmmmmmmmnmmnnnmm d m" ! AT&T APP OF TH WEEK! I , ! il PoyntI I ) • I . ' Map yourway to dinner, movies, I March Special I I I and shopping. Find lowest gas | eag this coupon in • I I prices and fastest routes to I ';;00,70Voe, n 002;2c00e';7; : : I • ; get there• Great app when you m when you purchase a m • h new pnone IlL , are on t e go. ],,rac.oo;;o. ..... ! "' . i i  505 Mare Avenue 2 : :,,d!t,,:= • " ' uter Oakes, ND  :2 • Magnum Enters Race for Dist' 28 House Hazelton businessman Jeff Magrum is seeking the Republican nomination for the North Dakota House of Representatives from District 28. "I'm your connection." Magrum said in announcing his candidacy. Magrum grew up with nine sib- lings on a farm near Braddock and graduated from Napoleon High School. He graduated from the North Dakota State College of Sci- :.:.:: ':= ence in Wahpeton in 1984. For the past 27 years, he has been a self- employed businessman. He is a an Emmons County °Commissioner, member of the Emmons County Social Services member of the Dakota Prai- es RC&D Board, Hazelton Vol- Fire Department member mayor of Hazelton. He start the Hazelton Develop- Corporation and served on Z °  h t e Hazelton Baseball Club board :<2:' and coached Pee Wee baseball. His ,.obbies include hunting, fishing, /king and most outdoor activities. Magrum and his wife of 26 years, Donna, have two adult children. F "I would appreciate your vote." Magrum said. District 28 includes all of El- lens, Logan and M¢Intosh Coun-' also portions of Burleigh, and LaMoure Counties. The District 28 Republican En- dorsing Convention will be held at 2 p.m. on Sat.. March 10, at the Wishek Civic Center. Bunco The Cakes Bunco Babes met Thursday, March 1 at the Seasons Lounge. There were only 11 mem- bers this month, but fun was had,by all. Margaret tried to bounce dice off Bev Malmberg's treasure chest for a Bunco. It didn't really work. One team kept yelling at each other to score points. It was crazy, but it worked. They won 4 games in a row. Bev Malmberg won low score with a 275, and tied for most losses with a 10. Shannon, Elsie, Nancy and Bey Benda were the other tie winners. Sally Garcia won high score with a 397. Phyllis Blazon had difficulty counting, but ended up with a 12 for the most wins. Most Big Bunco's dist Meetings THURSDAY, MARCH 15 Wyndmere Community Center, 6:00 p.m. MONDAY, MARCH 19 Wahpeton Eagles, 12 noon * Hankinson Legion Hall, 6:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21 Guelph School, 12 noon * MONDAY, APRIL 2 Rutland City Hall, 12 noon Join felllow Dakota Valley A4  members for a meal and brief meeting busineSSnearest overview the district F'fi G/I:] ' • Caucus meeting Babes DAKOTA VALLEY - ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE 800-342-4671 Your "louchstone 15]ergv Cooperative . was Nancy Carda with 6. Little Bun- co winner was Shannon Jepson with 10. Lunch was served by Phyllis and Yolanda. When Bunco was over. we moved to the bar area and had a game of 6-5-4. We moved our next earmg On Application For Property Tax Incentives Notice is hereby given that the Oakes City Council of Oakes, North Dakota, will meet at SE Region Career & Technol- ogy Center Community Room on March 12, 2012 at 6:00 PM to consider the ap- plication of Harris Machine Company for property tax relief on the project which the applicant will use in the operation of manufacturing at 1400 North 14th Street. Any competitor of that applicant may appear and be heard by the Oakes City Council at the time and place designated herein. A competitor may provide written comments to the governing body before the scheduled hearing. This notice is given by the above- named applicant pursuant to the provi- sions of North Dakota Century Code § 40-57.1-03 April Haring City Auditor (Published in the Oakes Times, Thursday, March 1&8 2012) CITY OF OAKES NOTICE OF VARIANCE HEARING Notice is hereby gwen a hearing will be held Monday, March 12, 2012, at 6:00 PM at SE Region Career & Technology Cen- ter-Community Room. A variance request has been submitted as follows: 103 South 9th Street Lot 1 and the North 15 feet Lot 2 Block 9 Washburns Addition to construct a shop/garage with a width of 44 feet. a length of 56 feet and a height of 12 feet or less Information available at the City Audi- tor's office as of this publication for in- spection and copying. April Hating City Auditor (Published in the Oakes Times, Thursday, March 1&8. 2012) School Board Candidate Filing Notice The Oakes Public School District #41, Oakes ND. announces the annual school election will be held on Tuesday, June 5. 2012 with the polling place being the Oakes High School Gym Lobby. Polls will be open from 9:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m Directorships open will be as follows: Bunco night to the second Thursday of April because of the Easter Holi- day. Our next Bunco night will be Thursday, April 12. Season's Bar at 7 p.m. It has been deemed that on this night it will be PJ and sweats night. (1) year term area east of North Dakota Highway #1 currently being held by Jon Hansen and (1) Three (3) year term from the city of Cakes, currently being held by Brenda -lyre. Interested patrons wishing to file for the open positions need to file ;)apers with the business manager in the District office before 4:00 p.m., April 6, 2012. The fil- ing papers may be picked up by contact- ing Thomas Vanorny, Business Manager, Oakes Public Schools, 804 Main, Oakes ND 58474-1739. 701-742-3234, during regular business hours. (Published in the Oakes Times, Thursday, March 1-8, 2012) CITY ELECTION The Election for the City of Oakes will be held Tuesday, June 12, 2012, in con- junction with the Dickey County Primary Election. Petitioners have until 4:00 PM April 13, 2012, to turn in their petitions to be placed on the City Election ballot. City Offices to be filled at the June Election: Three City Council Persons-four year term each: Two Park Commission- ers-four year term each. Individuals seeking to have their name on the ballot for any one of these offices may obtain a petition from the City Audi- tor at City Hall located at 115 South 6th Street, Oakes, ND Monday through Fri- day 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM from now until April 13, 2012. Signatures required from the resi- dent's of the City of Oakes to validate a candidate's petition:Council-Thirty- nine(39);Park-Six(6) April Haring City Auditor (Published in the Oakes Times, Thursday, March 8, 2012) Lovell Township Lovell Township Annual Meeting will be held o Tuesday, March 19 at 7 p.m. at the Jon Hansen residence. Audit Meeting will be held Thursday, March 22 at 7 p.m. at the Jon Hansen Residence. Regular meeting will be held Monday, March 26 at 7 p.m. at the Jon Hansen residence. Laurie Hansen, Clerk (Published in the Oakes Times Thursday, March 8, 2012)