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School Menu NEED PRINTING DONE CALL THE OAKES TIMEE PHONE 742.2361 Area Weather Dickey and Sargent County farmers invited to run for committee Eligible Fmners in Dickey and tee may be an FmHA borrower or Sargent Counties are invited to declared eligible for a loan. become nominees for the Farmers If you are interested in running Home Administration (FmHA)and are, or soon may be an county committee, FmHA Comity FmHA borrower, ,ou may wish Supervisors Dennis Rodin and to contact the County Supervisor Wynn M. Rasmussen announced to determine whether or not a today, borrower is already on the corn- The committees assist the mittee. FmHA county office in determin- Nominating petitions must be ing the eligibility of applicants for returned to the corresponding certain types of FmHA loans. FmHA office by May 14, 1990. Generally, farmers who are res- Additional !information and idents of the county are eligible to application forms for those who become nominees for the FmHA are interested in becoming nomi- county committee, nees for the county committee are This year one member of the available at the FmHA county three member committee will be offices Box 298, Ellendale, ND or elected for a three year term to fill the Wild Rice SCD Building, P.O. the expiring term of committee Box 65, Forman, ND. Phone 349- member Allan Glyrm in Dickey 3655 Ellendale or 724-6246 in County, and Bill Gulleson in Ferrous. Sargent County. The law states that one member of the commit- Friday, April 6: Fish nugget and tar- tar sauce, mashed potatoes, buttered peas, and pineapple sauce. Monday, April 9: Wiener on a bun, french fries, sliced pickles and cheese cake. Tuesday, April 10: Spaghetti, lettuce salad, fresh fruit and garlic toast. Wednesday, April 11: Chili and crackers, cheese sticks, rolls, and fruit. Thursday, April 12: Turkey and bis- cuits, veggie munchies, buttered corn, and pumpkin bar. Your 1990 Cerisus questionaire either has or soon will be arriving in the mail. How you answer these questions Will impact your commu- nity and the country for the next decade. In the urban areas, you will prob- ably receive a short questionnaire-- 14 simple questions which will take about 15 minutes to answer. The longer form will take about 45 minutes to complete and goes to one in six households nationwide. A return envelope with postage paid is provided for you to mail it back. In rural areas, you will receive your form in the mail but it will be picked up by a census taker. Up to half the households in some rural areas may receive the longer form in order to get a balanced sample for the more sparsely populated areas. The questionaire consists of housing and population questions which are designed to assess the needs of America and plan for the future (such as determining poverty status, housing needs, aging trends, etc.). All of the individual information is kept completely confidential by law. Business and industry constantly use information from the census to plan where and when to expand.+ and how to market their products II Admissions 3-21: John Hill, Oakes: Bonnie Maley, Verona. 3-22: Blanche Mahlum, Oakes; Amanda Chappell, LaMoure; Floyd Bohnenkamp, Cogswell; Sheri Robert, Dikes; Brennon Weight, LaMoure; Linda Wick, Oakes. 3-25: Emila Ensminger, Ellendale; Goldie Love, Oakes. Discharges 3-22: Doris Mallberg, Cogswell. 3-23: Sharon Meyer, Guelph; Barty Griffin, Cogswell; Ruby Bohnenkamp, Dikes. 3-24: Bonita Maley, Verona; Shed Robert, Dikes; Linda Wick, Dikes; Brennon Weight, LaMoure; Elizabeth Dean, Oakes. 3-26: Gladys Phillips, Oakes; Marlin Harris, Dikes; Blanche Mahlum, Oakes; Floyd Bohnenkamp, Cogswell. 3-27: John Hill, Oakes; Clara Bollinger, Dikes. Brittany Lynn Mueller Brittany Lynn Mueller was born at the Oakes Hospital March'21 at 1:45 a.m. She weighed 6 lbs., 15 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. Parents are Robert and Melonie Mueller. Grandparents are Jim and Char Hembue of Edgeley and Kenny and Betty Mueller of EUendale. Brittany joins one brother, Zachary at home. commun Fullerton Union Church will ment. Everyone is welcome to host a community service on attend. Good Friday at 9:30 a.m. There will be a time of fellow- C.A.S.E. meetings set ship following in the church base- :: ::~ i:i ~ :i~ii~:~:~:: ...... There will be weekly meetings of C.A.S.E. (Citizens for a Safe Environment) at the Brampton Hall, Brampton, ND to discuss stopping the Backscatter radar. These meetings will be held every Thursday evening at 8 p.m. until - further notice. Friday, April 6: cottage cheese, Normandy, plum sauce, krispie bars. Monday, April 9: soup, hamburgers, peas, sauce, and cookie. Tuesday, April 10: potatoes and squash, baked apples. Wednesday, Meatloaf, scalloped sweet and sour jello dessert. Thursday, April 12: her. i Royal Neighl '} of. s: AmerlcaL A Fraternal Benefit SOt With Complete Fraternal Life In For The Entire Famlll Has (Individual (Retirement Storytelling in the curriculum set PUBLISHER: SUBSCRIPTION RATES: North Dakota $15 A brunch is scheduled Saturday, your resl ,aaion along with the STO P V'I'M Newspapers, Inc.. 0ut-of-State $19' -April 21, 10:30 a.m. at check to Kay Olynn, 241 17th Westminster Hall, Jamestown Avenue hE, Jamestown, ND INSURANCE CENTER rowner, NO Foreign $24 College. Speaker is Linda 58401 or call 252-6046. A count is McGuire, Librarian at Benjamin needed by April 12. ' Bllodlul. Qra- olwl-$ueltton Franklin, Junior High, Fargo. Please plan to attend as it will be Z|em n insurance Service Topic is "Storytelling in the a real treat with Linda speaking. Curnculum". The cost will be $6. The Prairie Reading Council needs I inserfKm. The Oak mes will allow credit The Prairie Reading Council needs continual support to fight illiteracy [ihe first day of insertion. " a count as to the number who plan and help children to enjoy reading 60yea Ot tO Contmunlty" [Budl o F ay=5 p.m. This ind I ~ . RR1 I~x 80, Oekee, NO 742-2T/9 advertising copy. There will be no exceptions. to attend the brunch, Please send for pleasure. [ RR1 Box 00, OelW~ 742-2T/0 I I I II III I I I -'1 or services.And since we only do [:iii!!i!i this once a decade, this is informa- ! i don which will provide a baseline I l'detic sch0 Shi are aY] for data until the year 2000. w,gm'"e'-'-" Watchers lU ) "n n u'"es' The questionnaire is also avail- able in Spanish by calling the toll I di unio ii:[ free number listed on the front i:ii !i!egei t meets weekly ) page of the form. l: C0hit Yi:t01 I O Weight Watchers meets every "lighh/Competitive Intere The Dikes High School Track at regular time on Thursday, April Board of [ii: i oi i:.M h:ofii imo ] week at Tootle s Kitchen on team received donations from the 12 for the Easter break. Classes will Tuesday at 5 p.m. Call 1-800-888- For Furlher Informs| 3546 for more information on About Annuities, following organizations to help pur- rec0nvene on Tuesday, April 17 at Education plans meeting times and locations. chase new hurdles: The Oakes 10 a.m. Teachers are having an School News Lions Out, by donation from inservice that moming. April 10 meet , , Omni-Plus Universal i Duane McCullough, $200 and $200 The Southeast Conference IndoOr I ,, And Other RNA Plllf from the cast of the Hee Haw Track Meet will be held April 7 in , " I Show. Wahpeton. The Dikes Board of Education "!:3. ] . ., , Of The Dikes Schools will dismiss will meet in regular session on Fraternal Life Insure Tuesday, April 10 in the High i::lege tt::e0 e ee! g !i:iiiiiI ADA parent/youth retreats s,.oo, study hall. The agendais as I ) Electric Protection, follows: I ; Motors CONTACT scheduled for April and May ikli 11 GLORIA BRUMMU! Approve minutes of previous meetings. ! ou +ti ii'it "Diabetes: A Family Affair" is children age 13 and under. Meals Financial reports: general, ape- the theme for the American and snacks will also be provided, cial, activity, lunch, revolving. All Sizes 1/2 H.P. to 10 H.P. RNA Diabetes Association, NorthRegistration fees for the retreats Audit schedule of bills payable, on Hand Field Ropr nlati ----"e':tive -^es 1006 Fir Avenue Dakota Affiliate's parent/youth are as follows: $8 per family (ADA Transportation report. - Cutup u - Oakel, ND 58474 retreats to be held April 21 at the member); $10 per family (non- Audience comments. NEE J mes Valley Services. i Jamestown Elks Lodge and May 5 member); or $3 per individual 2nd draft of budget. at the Minot Holiday Inn. The (ADA member); and $5per indi- Non-certificatedcontracts. ' CALLTHE()AKESTIMEE AsCrp" Ofubsidiary SUPRE-0-rOFFICEME retreats are designed to provide dia- vidual (non.member). Bids on heating units. PHON 742-2361 betas education and to facilitate rot more information, please call Resignations. ' m#e V ll e, ..... Royal Neighbors peer support amongst the parents, the ADA, North Dakota Affiliate , Requests for release. _...____.__ __ of America diabetic children and the siblings of office at 1-800-666-6709 or Grand. Restructuring update. I BTEUCK JEWELRY Electric Co-op, Inc. 230 SIxleenth Stre j the various families who attend. Forks, 746-4427. Update on staff openings. F_xl+ le , N D Rock Inland, III 61201 Many activities are planned for ' ' Call for bus bids. & GIFTS .... .... Call for finance bids. , on l'ree l-tSOO-;J4Z, qou Other business, h FULL SERWCE Loca!!y at 493-2281 J Nt. - r++--' ,',, ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, , 3 i~+ 1,~.. w+.+. ,,,, !,,,, ,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,: ..... . " THE OAF:'S TIMEi MARCH H L 22 46 19 USPS 401-080 23 25 6 MAILING ADDRESS. P.O. Box 651 24 27 12 25 43 20 OAKES, ND 58474 , PUI SI D Wz Itl,Y AT 411 AVI., OAlges, ND 58& 26 43 13 ux ~ NI~rSPAI'I~S, INC. 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