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Page Four Laurie J Trett and Rodney colored gowns and carried a Lee McPhail exchanged mar-single rose with baby's breath. riage vows at a '5 ()'clock Roxy Trett and Kay McPhail candlelighl service, June 28th, were the bride's personal in the St Charles Catholicattendants. Church, ()akes, N l). Mel McPhail, Wayzata, MN. Father Albert Binder offic- was his brother's best man iated at ~he double ring and groomsmen were Tom ceremony. A special tribule Kelly, Bob Ubben, Curt Eber- was written and read by the hard of Oakes, George McPh- bride's grandmother, Corne!ia all, Coon Rapids, MN., Jim Widmer. Other grandparentsTrett, Mellette, S.D., and present were Mr, and Mrs. SteveTrett, Cedar Rapids, IA. W.J. Tretl. Ushers were! Marti Charp- Parents of the couple are entier, Mike Podolak, Jeff Mr. and Mrs. Richard TrettGross, Reed Olien and Rich and Mrs Eunice McPhail, a.ll Schaller. Betsy Miller and of Oakes Jodl Nelson were candlelight- Jane Duncan of B smarck ers. was organist; Bill Diemert, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Lee, Mr. ElIendale and Ruth Jamieson and Mrs. Harry Klundt and of Fargo were soloists. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Miller all of The bride escorted by her Oakes were hosts at the father wore a floor lengthreception in the St, Charles designer gown and hat by Social Center. Punch servers "Milady" with matching Alen- were Tammy Grotelueschen con lace and a chiffon train, and Debbie Steuck. The wed- She carried a bouque( of roses, ding cake was cut by, Marcia daisies, carnations and baby's Conrad. Dorothy McPhail and breath Marilyn McPhail. Georgeinne Becky Erickson. Oakes. wasMcPhail and Laurie Paliseh maid of honor and serving as were coffee servers Sarah bridesmaids were Nancy Ol-Miller,, was at the guest book. ten. Kris Fenno. Vickie Nel- Missi Lee. Kristi McPhail and son. Vicky Steuck. Sue Bald- Marlys McPhail carried gifts, win, all of Oakes and Christie Following a weddin~ trip tO Spicer of Grand Fo~'kg. They Min~eapolis, the couple are wore floor length shrimp making their home in Oakes. k W Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shede 'flew to Portland, Oregon ReiM before returning home. from Aviano, Italy were sup- where they were met by Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lamb Thursday, Au Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schrei- Glarum and family from Saturday ner, Jr. from Twin Falls, Valley City and Mr. and Mrs. ests at thq Idaho spent from Sunday until Roger Thorfinnson from Hav- Thursday athisparentshome, aria and Mr. and Mrs. Don Portland, Monday Mr. and Mrs. Char- Glarum, Tammy and Greg their golden leg Martin were dinner guests and the Printup girls from gary with their .7th St. and spent some time visiting Winter, S.D. friends at a per guests Tuesday evening at and Mrs. Bill Setit. Mr. and went to Lisbon Thursday night with their grandson at the Ben Mr. and Mrs. John Weigel in the home of the Jerry Amerman home. lVh, s. Charles Schreiner and to visit Darlene Lamb who is a Schreiner home. and girls from Lisbon and daughter and u ' Mr and Mrs Jerry Amer- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Setit went on patient in the Lisbon Hospital Madalyn Lamb went to a Ben, Vune and Troy and Mr. Chert and Mike p m sl; man and family were Sunday to Seattle while Tlllie spe t Karen Holmgren from End- m,eeting at Sharon Lunnebo- and Mrs. E. Kemple from' The Devilish ,c Cieh7 supper guests at the Rormy some time with Mrs, Jake erlin spent a couple of days at rg s home in Milnor on Thurs- Gwinner and Benny and Paw makers, DorothAY b' tri ... Satrang home for Kelsi's Hossart in Portland. While in the home of her parents, the 'day. la Schreiner were supper ' Betty Kunkle and nnlty baptism. Portland they visited the Zoo Howard Holmgren. Supper guests Wednesdayguests at the Roger Schreiner iner attended thelil ' m__ne Barb Hayen spent from and the Grotto. On Wednesday Daughter Joyce and grand- evening at the Gerald Seth home in Stirum. ofseuthPacific . .vnCe" s Monday through Wednesday evening they saw Mt. St. son Robert Clayton from home were Mrs. LeRoy Tink- Benny, Vaula and Vune the Summer The~n~wstlDIy. at the Debble" Breker home. Helena erupt from, Mr. and Northfield, MN. were at the corn and Mary from Anaheim, Schreiner were dinner guests, evening. 8 ''" ..... Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schre- Mrs. Bill Setit s back yard. Clayton Peterson home for a CA. at the Denny Olson home in iner and twins and Tillie .They returned to Bismarck week. They all went to Beulah Sunday evening guests at FormanWednesday. /tdi v " l~aash:~nnter drove to Bismarck tnhieh~e~iFridarY" a:d spent tshe" faOrda/~nUP~e~:S to visit Dan twbeereC~IYrtOnan~e~rson home froMmr.C~trnuds HMrS.hAl cMAi.tche~lel W~ ~i~nraelp' ursday. On Friday they "g " . d Mrs.. g. . rs. Donald ' "g ' .-~ ~~,,,m,, I II II Ill I I I II I Illll II III I IIIIIII II IIII II III I I II II I IIIII I I IIII II II II .... intere, L Wayne Lematta, Auditor of Dickey Cotmty. in compliance with C~,pter ~6'.4 which I&04-15 Of the North Dakota C~tury Code, do hereby certify that the ~!~i~ O" c,..~ following is a cmgy of ballot to be voted, on at the primary.elect!o~ to be held ~ ,,- ~u,J September 2 next at the pelling places in the various precmcts m the County r~any ag of Dickey. Polls will be open from nine A.M. to seven P.M. of that day. Clearly :~[S, they fail BALLOT .4po.~ of the Got PRIMARY ELECTION, SEPTEMBER 2, 1980 ~l~:F0r exarr This ballot contains six constitutional measures (amendments) propped by legislative enactment and two referred, stat, utes (m,e~, s ures) .that are to be submitted to the voters for a ppT~transla! or rejection. The voter must vote upon each measure ~,para..t~ly by~>lacmg a cross (X) or other mar~ after the wore yes or no xouowmg each quesuon. 1[ the vo~er aoes no~ vo~e l~tI noun all measures, only such as have been marked as above descriDen wm oe court,ca. "r raav CONSTITUTIONAL MEASURES (AMENDMENTS) J[~ Hebrew No 1 .~ll~that, u: h ' \ de le tPers:l d ~ro:h~2nSa,~rot~b ~t~p p ln~pUbnllcCreffs~iCe~n :~1~IlsryntOt .------------------------------- "I~I-;S grap Ballot Title: ' . .... ~t~ St " A coiec~"~"~es~'t~b ~sf~h~~tp ve a t~tu'tt o~:ha~l a~mf~t2~;~salCoL,:t;~il~7 the salaries of pubhc officers ~!l~l:~g~ A "No" vote mesas you reject the constitutional measure concerning salaries of public officers. YES NO Shall said constitutional measure be approved? No. 2 Prohibits the legislative assembly from raisin~ revenue to defray state expenses by taxing the assessed value of real or personal property. Ballot Title: whi A concurrent resolution to amend and reenact section 174 of the Constitution of the State of North Dakota, relating to legislative rauthority to provide a four mill property tax levy to the expenses of the state, and providing that the legislative assembly may not raise revenue for the state through a property tax. Be it enacted by the people of the State of North Dakota: A "Yes" vote mean~ you approve the constitutional measure prohibiting the legislative assembly from raising revenue to defray state expenses by taxing the assessed value of real sonal property. e,of us A "No" vote means you reject the constitutional measure prohibiting the legislative assembly from raising revenue to defray state expenses by taxing the assessed value of real~'"' sonal property. Whi no YES nity of Shall said constitutional measure be approved? ,4lit certain NO '~;~k~ diree Testal No. 3 tha Provides for the repeal of s provision of the constitution requiring s one-mill tax levy on all taxable property within the state for the university medical center. ~ as b Ballot Title: . ~ the ~ A concurrent resolution to repeal article 60 of the amenchnents to the Constitution of the State of North Dakota, relating to a one-mill levy on all taxable property within the State of No~l~iy Sp~r~ Dakota for the North Dakota state medical center at the University of North Dakota. ~'. .. ~,,u Will Be it enacted by the people of the State of North Dakota: l',, _~ ........ ~' ,,aoor A "Yes" vote means you approve the constitutional measure repealmg the one-mill tax levy on property w~thin the state for the.umvers~tY. medical center. 1~ Pel'ishe A "No" vote means you reject the constitutional measure repealing the one-mill tax levy on property within the state for the umvers~ty medical center. ~ch end YEs whi give un Shall said constitutional measure be approved? NO ~m~b~yido~~~ed~ttl~t~o; ~t~rnt~m'tiP~onl~stloia of prop~N'~t4of the United |itstes to the extent authorized by Coal[teas and allows the .,.isl~~ .!}" " ~,! Ballot Title: ' :|: ~ A concurrent resolution for the amendment to section 176 of the Constitution of the State of North Dakota, relating to the taxation of property. "~ ~1~,..__ ~ Be i~ ee~aC;c?e by thmean~yp:oo:ls;;f2h;;t:teco:~NtorlthnaI~?otaea~ relating to the taxation of United States property and the location of property for purposes of taxation. {~X", same ( 3:1 the L the A "No" vote means you reject the constitutional measure relating to the taxation of United States property and the location of property for purposes of taxation. September 8. I980 will be our The officers of the Oakesfirst get together. It will Future Homemakers of Amer- include a potluck supper for ica held a meeting on August all new prospective members. l l, 1980 to plan activities for The old members will bri.ng the 1980-81 school year the meal and guests can relax The theme was decided by and enjoy themselves. The all the officers to be "Avice-president will also dis- Rainbow Ride" cuss the program 0f work with The District 10 rally will be everyone in attendance, The held in l,itchville this year on potluck supper is September 8, the possible date of October 1980 at 6:30 in the Home 27. Economics room, The new program of work Girls and boys in grade nine will include an all community and up are invited to attend. meeting, Tom Watt sales, our Come and have agreat time. annual banquet, Basket Social 1980-81 Reporter and various other activities, Sue Sorenson Edgeley Livestock, Inc. had a fair run of livestock on Monday w.ith 523 head selling. The market remains steady on the feeder cattle and was higher on cows. Trends for the week are: STEERS: 500 to 600 lbs. sold from $77.25 to $81.25. 600 to 700 lbs. sold from 73.25 to 77.25. 700 to 800 lbs. sold from 70.25 to 73.25. 450 to 550 lbs. Holsteins sold from 70.25 to 72.25. HEIFERS: 600 to 700 lbs. sold from $86.00 to $70.00. COWS: Thin shelly cows sold from $39.00 to $45.50. Higher yielding butcher cows sold from $45.00 to $49.50. Our next scheduled sale will be next Monday, August 25. If you have any livestock to sell contact Owners Managers.. Roman (Red) Scallon, Res. 396a7851 Dave Syverson, Res. 493-2996 Sales Barn Ofhce, 493-2388 Edgeley, N. Dak. Shall said constitutional measure be approved? No. $ Provides that the r~{ster of deeds, county auditor, tre~urer, sheriff, state's attorney and clerk of district court shall be elected In each county except less than six thousand persons where the re1~ister of deeds shall also serve as clerk of the district court, and deletes all references to the countyJud{~e; of section 69 of the constitutlon which limits the power of the legislative assembly to pass local or special laws that regulate the Jurisdiction and dut the peace, police msalstrates, or constables; and provides an effective date. Ballot Title: YES NO the Vote ~qua! f In A concurrent resolution for the amendment of section 173 of the Constitution of the State of North Dakota, relating to the election of certain county officials; for the repeal of subsection 6~ section 69 of the Constitution of the State of North Dakota, relating to the jurisdiction of police magistrates, constables, and justices of the peace; and providing an effective date, Be it enacted by the people of the State of North Dakota: A "Yes" vote means you approve the constitutional measure deleting the election requirements for county judge and repealing subsection 6 of section 69 of the constitution; and provid J1 an effective date. ~,0~.I)I~ A No vote means you reject the conshtuttonal measure deletmg the electron requtrements for county judge sad repealmg subsectmn 6 of section 69 of the constitution; and provid~ ; LIT an effective date. ~ JI~ Provides for the repeal of section $9 of the conetltutionwhlch prohibits members of the legislative assembly from belnlt appointed or elected to an office which ~n,~j-~..... created or the emoluments of which was incr~md during the term for which they wer~ elected. ~i~~ ~| A concurrent resolution to repeal section 39 of the Constitution of the State, f North Dakota, relating to the appointment or election of members of the legislative assembly to other office,~"--w~t ~te f, emoluments of which have been increased during those legislators term of office. Be it enaeted by the people of the State of North Dakota: A "Yes" vote means you approve the repeal of section 39 of the constitution relating to the appointment or election of a legislator to another office. A "No" vote means you reject the repea~of section 39 of the constitution relating to the appointment of a legislator to another office. YES Shall said constitutional meamu~ be approved? NO REFERRED STATUTES (MEASUKES) No. 7 Pro.~des for .a presid .enti.al .p~.e~ce prfi~mary in .preMdea. tial el~t~n years held concurrentl.y with the sta. te primary, election; d efmes the political pa.~...ies .entitled to a ballot how pglitlcal .part!.es can obtam a Oa. no; pomc~on ~requlr~ natwna~ 1~. ~tuca~ [~rty aetegates ~ cast nrst I:~a~ots m proportion to tne total votes cast for presmentml, ~nat the presiaen~ia~ pr~m~mce primary ana primary erection tmau De nmu on the secona ,~esoay ot June. Ballot Title: An Act to provide for president~ud prderence primary elections in presidential el ect.i.on y e~s.; and to am .end and reenact sections 1 0-04-01, 16-04-11,. and 16-04-20 date, notice to county aud~tore of the offices to be filled at the p rmmry, and tiling pettttons to obtain a sep~ate colu .ran on the primary electron ballot; or, enact sactions 16:1-1 1-0.1:16A-I 1-02, and 16.1-1 1-25 of the Noah D .a.kota C4mtury Code, relating to the primary electron date, notifying the county auditors of the offices to p rim~.t .a0d film~.p~..tttonlto, obtain a aeparate column.on the p...marry ballot;, and to repeal secttons 16-04-01, 16-04-11 and 16-04-20 of the North Dakota Century Code, as aoove, It ~ouse Dm ~o. 11~6 1~ approval by the iorty-mxtn lenstauve a~nDly. Be it enacted by the people of the State of North.Dakota: A "Yes" vote means you approve the measure providing for a presidential pr~erenceprimaryelectionin presidential election years and a state primary election to be held Tuesday d June. A "No" vote m~ms you reject the measure providing for a pr~id~mtial pre~erenceprimary electionin presidential election years and a state pt~aar~ election to he held on the Tuesday of Jua~ f ! Shall uld referred measure be approved? No. 8 Provides for acquisition of the era ranch which is to be designs a~ndaSn the yeterana Memorial State Park; provides for a legislative committee to review the purchase conhatct; give~ legislative assembly final authm'ity for determining use of the land; provmes an appropriation. Ballot Title: An Act to appr~wiate .mone~J to. the No~.h Dakota perk~, and reca~tion.d.ep~ment for the acquisition of the cross ranch and other land for designation as the vetemna I~I] aescrimng the par~ ana authorizing i~ purcnaN or tesse, aria provmmg a conwac~ r~vtew commitum. I Be it emaeted by the penple of the State of North Dakota: r " A "Yea" vote meana you approve the purcham of the cro~ ranch for use as the~Veterena Memorial State Park A "No'y vote means you reject the purcham of the ctmm ranch for use u the Vetmmm Memorial State Park. Shall t~dd re~errsd meama'~ he approved? ,1"~ T Giveu unde~ nty lured this 18th day of August, tin0. Wlm~