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i/,:il;! : 7 to right: Club members: Jacob, Ryland & Autumn Ulmer, Kate Gramlow, Bryley Haberman, Merrick Gemar, Brooke Glynn and Carroll House Board members, Jim Glynn, Ramona Kelsh and Tenille Ulmer Club members not available for the photo were: Wyatt and Trace Beethe, Kaleb and Logan Sell and Claire Wagner Not pictured from Carroll House Board, Bob Hagen. The Fullerton Achievers 4-H Club their annual Christmas gathering on members and families came togeth- Sunday where they prepared 20 + er at the recent Christmas at the goodie containers for people in the Carroll House, and had a bake sale. community. The club consists of The bake sale funds were matched 6 families, totalling 10 members, by the club and the proceeds were ranging in age from 7 to 18. Way to donated to the Carroll House win- go kids! Thank you for supporting dow project. Several members of your local 4-H clubs! And anyone the club presented a check in the interested in the Carroll House win- amount of $800.00, to members of dow project may contact Jim Glynn the Carroll House board on Sunday. of Fullerton. The Fullerton Achievers held N These are soybean educational meetings with current research-based information that can help producers with soybean production decisions for the 2014 growing season. Soybean producers interested in intensive soy- bean management should plan to attend one of three Getting it Right meetings s heduled for Velva, Mohall and Wishek. At the meetings, North Dakota State University Extension Service faculty and staff will discuss soybean research and 2014 production issues. "These are soybean educational meetings with current research-based information that can help producers with soybean production decisions for the 2014 growing season," says Hans Kandel, NDSU Extension agronomist. The meeting dates are: Tuesday, Jan. 14, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Velva Senior Center at 122 Main St. N. Wednesday, Jan. 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Mohall Emergency Services Building at 104 Central Ave. N. From the four-way stop on Main Street, go north one block. Tuesday, Jan. 28, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Wishek American Legion Post at 819 2nd Ave. N. From North Dakota Highway ,3, turn east onto North Dakota Highway 13. From there, turn Fourteen youth join the North Dakota 4-H Ambassadors pro- gram. Fourteen youth have been selected to join the North Dakota 4-H Ambassador program. The new team members and the county where they are enrolled in 4-H are: An~ B ri~'~IL Rolette. Kayla Feiring, Griggs Codee Gilberston, Renville Emily Hauck, Dickey Megan Johnson, Traill Shelby Johnson, Traill Jessi Lagein, Towner Gregory Lahlum, LaMoure Sarah McNaughton, Grand Forks Hannah Nordby, Slope Casondra Rutschke, Emmons Samantha Schmoker, Stutsman Ashley Stoppleworth, Cass Aaron Subart, Kidder "The 14 new ambassadors were selected because of their leadership skills, successes through teamwork and their personal confidence," says Rebecca Martin, North Dakota 4-H ambassador selections co-chair. "They will make a great addition to our program and will represent 4-H in a positive manner." The North Dakota 4-H as the Extension Youth Conference, Ambassadors is a group of young which is held in Fargo. They also help adults who are actively involved in plan workshops, training sessions, 4-H. Ambassadors help plan and and regional and state events. coordinate many activities that teach The ambassadors strive to create youth and adults topics such as leader- events that are fun, educational and ship, team work and citizenship. The skill-building. They take an active 4-H ambassadors specialize in plan- role in volunteering in 4-H programs ning and facilitating 4-H events such in every county. Tuesday, Dec. 31st, 5-10pm a Ranch House sveo in Fullerton ?4e I Dickey CounCV Senior Menu ElIendale: 3q9-q513 0akes: 7#2-3509 Friday: CHRISTMAS DINNER DAY Monday: Hamburger Goulash, Prince Edward Veggie, Waldorf Salad, Dessert Tuesday: Brunch at 11:15 Egg Bake, Broccoli, Muffins, Banana, Orange Juice Wednesday: CLOSED FOR CHRISTMAS Thursday: Beef Stew, Corn Bread, Spinach, Mandarin Orange Sauce ',ommercial north at the Dakota Central Frontier Cooperative gas station and go one block. Sam Markell, NDSU Extension pathologist, will provide an update on the disease outlook for 2014 and results from field research conducted in 2013. Two important topics covered will be an update on soybean cyst nematodes and how to manage soybean diseases. Kandel will provide information on variety selection, and the latest information on iron chlorosis prevention, impor- tance of good nodulation, fertility issues and water management. Greg Endres, NDSU area Extension special- ists/cropping systems, will discuss intensive soy- bean management, no till and strip till versus conventional till, plant- ing dates, plant popu- lations and row spac- ing, different soybean special inputs on the market and weed man- agement issues. In Velva and Mohall, Janet Knodel, NDSU Extension entomolo- gist, will discuss how to manage spider In Ellendale: Tuesday & Thursday 8:45am - 4:15pm In Oakes: Tuesday 9:30am-1:30pm Wednesday & Friday 8:45am - 4:00pm ToAberdeen: The third (3) Monday of each month Ifyou need a Ride Call: 349-4513 or742-3509 THE MCINTOSH COUNTY Bus GOES THROUGH ELLENDALE ON THEIR WAY TO ABERDEEN THE 1ST & 3RD TUES- DAYS OF THE MONTH. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO CATCH A RIDE CALL: 1-701- 731-0072 mites and soybean aphids. Pat Beauzay, NDSU entomologist, will do a similar presentation in Wishek. NDSU Extension agents Raquel Dugan- Dibble (Velva), LoAyne Voigt (Mohall), Crystal Schaunaman (Wishek) and Sheldon Gerhardt (Wishek) will be the hosts and provide local pro- duction and crop updates. The programs and lunches are sponsored by the North Dakota Soybean Council, which oversees promotion, research and marketing programs funded by soybean checkoff dollars. The programs are free and open to the public. Preregistration is not necessary. ar The focus is Christmas, and everyone here - Is filled with warm wishes and lots of good cheer. But amid all the bustle and holiday fun, We'd like to thank you for seeing us! We will be closed December 25, 26 & 27 Merry Christmas! Dr. Rath, Becky & Lori DR. GEOFFREY RATH, P.C OPTOMETRIST 742-3111 This holiday season we feel fortunate to have the opportunity to express our gratitude for our freedom, family and friends. We're proud to serve this com- munity and wish you all the best in the coming year. -- BRAD NISHEK -- Oakes, ND 742-3222 : i Ellendale, ND 349-3539 I Zachary ~ t~ A ~ ~ Hershey's Ch ~~~~ Pot of Gold Boxed Candy [oGreat for Parties ~ Wad Inn Assorted I'Ass rted Varieties ~~ther ~,~ i Sunsout .White Mountain .Ceaco .M~"] -,y "~ Vi .~1 ~ ~ Tf]~ W fl~ ! i~/ I Jigsaw /Christmas ~ou~h when Wet , l '= : :~ Big q~D / I Puzzh!" ~learance 3ct ~e991 i.Aau,ts ~C,i,arens ' ~" 16~ / I ,ql P' 107' off In Progress Regular l~~,Regular . I I Price Trees .Garland llll o",7 l G- ne .Ornaments ,LightsSuperior Nut Company Off Regular Price Markdowns Taken Every Day .Plush .Bows oWallDecor ,GiftWrap & Bags .Much More [ " Assorted Ciaristmas I l rage i Reg. $9.99- I $14.99 New Items Added Daily ! 1 ,I Smoked Almonds 9 oz. Can $449 Mixed Nuts oz. Can Assorted Stcvoles Bedroom Slippers Men's .Women's .Children's 99. 136 Main St. Ellendale, ND Ph: 701-349-3118 Store Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8:00-5:30