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Page 2 February 1:~,. 201_0 Burns D. Abernethy BEACH Burns Donald Abernethv. 102. of Killdeer. for- merly of Beach. passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 2. 2010. at the Hilt Top Home of Comfort in Killdeer. Visitation was held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 6-7 p.m., Friday, Feb. 5. at the Chapel of the Silvernale- Silha Funeral Home in Beach. A prayer service at 7 p.m. followed visitation at the funeral home. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m.. Saturday, Feb. 6. at the United Community Church in Beach with the Rev. Warren Maxted officiating, Interment will take place at a later date Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home of Beach is entrusted with arrangements. Burns was born No~. 4.1907. in Beach. the son of William M. and Mave (Stockwell) Abernethy. He was raised on the family farm northeast of Beach and received his education in Beach area schools. On Nov. 7, 1932. Bums married Violet "Peg" Johnston in Glendive. Mont.. and to this umon two sons. Donald and Robert. were born. Peg passed awa3 in January 1974. Burns married Lois Johnson on Jan. 5, 2001. in Medora. In 2008, Burns took up residency at the nursing home in Killdeer. Burns and Lois enjoyed nine years of marriage. Burns was an avid hunter and loved to dance. He immensely enjoyed the Culbertson Trial Ride and received the Oldest Rider Award three times. Through his working years, he kept busy as a professional mechanic as well as a i~arlner and rancher. He was an excellent roper. Burns was a mem- ber of the Beach Congregational Church and belonged to the Roosevelt Memorial Masomc Lodge #129 AF & AM of Belfield for over 75 years. Burns was preceded in death by his parents: his first wife, Violet "Peg'!~ Aber ethy; his brother. B yrol~ Abernethy; his sister Monna Kastien Rundle: his stepdaughter, Lynn Judas: and his step-grandson. Brian Reber. Burns is survived by his wife Lois Abernethy of Beach: his two sons: Donald (Rella)Abernethv of Sentinel Butte; and Bob (Sally) Abernethy of Beach: his grandchil- dren: LaDonna Fallgatter of Bismarck: Bobbi (Marvin) Hansen of Belgrade. Mont.: Jim (Jan) Abernethv of Littleton. Colo.: Jeff Abernethy of Temecula. Calif.: Jody (Tare) Cymbaluk of Williston: his great-grandchildren: "Danny Fallgatter. Mitchel (Jenn) Fallgatter. Jeff Fallgater. Marty Hansen. Jennifer (Russ) Smith: Luke. Chloe. and Sammy Abernethy; McKenzie. Addison. and Grant Cymbaluk: two great- great-grandsons. Riley and Leo Burns: two step-great-great-grand- daughters. Kadence and Carlie: his step-children: LuAnn Reber of Beach, Laurie (Bill~ Becker. David (Christy) Hoffman. and Lisa (David) Rainey, all of Wisconsin; his step-grandchildren: Melissa (Nick) Raasch. Matthew Weber, Christopher Johnson, Dustin and Abriana Rainey, and Autumn Hoffman. all of Wisconsin: and two step-great-granddaughters, Kadence and Abygail Raasch. all of Wisconsin. Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at www.silvernale-silhafuneral- home .com. Pr0gramcl!ertts can reque, st benefits BISMARCK - The North Dakota Depa~ment of Human Services has requ6"sted and received federal approyal to provide replacement ben- efits for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Pro~am clients impacted by widespread storm-related power outages. To receive the extra help, program participants must report their storm- related food loss m a county social service office and sign a request form by Feb. 28. 2010. Program director Arlene Dura said the U.S. Department of Agriculture makes this extra help available because power outages can damage or destroy clients' food supplies and can cause others to be displaced from their food supplies. Dura said the program will replace the amount of the loss. up to a household's January 2010 benefit amount. A participating household that reports a food loss of $1(X) and received a $t00 fbod assistance ben- efit in January 2010 would receive an additional $100 in benefits. Dura said program clients with misplaced EBT cards, which are the specialized debit cards clients use in stores to purchase food items, can obtain replacement cards from any county social service office. Individuals with questions about their benefits can contact the North Dakota Department of Human Services at 800-755-2716. Atlas Welcomes Miranda To The Team $35 CHIP REPAIRS JAN/FEB 2010 TRAINING SPF.C1AL e AIq*ER .SCHOOl ; & SATURDAY IN SHOP ONLY e BY APtR)INTMENT ONLY I.IFlfI1MF. GUARANTEEDt CASH DUE i !PaN C( IMPLET1ON C AJL.L. TODAY 872-CHIP(2447) Ben Kordon DICKINSON - Ben Kordon. 91, formerly of the Fairfield and Gorham areas, died Thursday, Feb. 4. 2010. at the Country House in Dickinson. Ben's funeral service was at 11 a.m., Monday, Feb. 8. at Ladbury Funeral Service. Dickinson, with Deacon Leonard Kordonowy offici- ating and Sr. Stephanie Dolyniuk. Interment will take place in the spring at St. Josaphat's Cemetery west of Fairfield. Military honors will be provided by the Belfield American Legion William C. Blair Post 144. Visitation was from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., Monday, at Ladbury Funeral Service. Ben was born Jan. 18, 1919. on the, family ranch neat" Gorham, the son of Peter and Juliana (Smerychnyski) Kordon. He was raised and educated in the Gorham area while helping on the family ranch and several other ranches until 1943. Ben served honorably in the U.S. Army from Nov. 18, 1943. to his discharge as a private first class on Jan. 24, 1946. While in the mili- tary he was a rifleman during WWII, where he received two Purple Hearts and one Bronze Star along with several other medals of honor. Ben returned to the home place where he ranched until 1976. He moved to Oregon. where his broth- er George and sister, Lucy lived. Following several years he returned to the ranch in North Dakota. Ben loved to hunt. fish and woodcarve. He enjoyed spending hours a day watching his nephews farm and hay. He always had a special love for his great-nieces, Erin and Katelyn Kordon. Ben is survwed by his brother. George Kordon. Fall Creek. Ore.: sister-in-law. Julia Kordon. Fairfield: Kurt. Erin and Katelyn Kordon. along with many other nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents: three sisters. Mary (George) Kessel: Lucy Rigsby, and Katherine (William) Namenuk; and one brother. John Kordon. Arrangements are with Ladburv Funeral Service, Dickinson. www.ladburyfuneralservice.com Chateau to host program MEDORA-Aprogramentitled. bridge across the Missouri River. "Rails West - The Building of the On Nov. 10, 1880, a "'spike" cere- Northern Pacific Railroad from many took place on the Montana Mandan to the Montana Line" will border to observe the completion be presented Saturday, Feb. 20, at of the railroad across North 2 p.m. at the Chateau de Mores Dakota. Interpretative Center in Medora. Made of pure Montana silver. The program will be presented inscribed with "'Welcome. Pacific by Dr. Carl Larson of Dickinson. Railroad Company" and engraved The presentation will be based on links embracing the words Larson's research as a North "Montana and Dakota." the spikes Dakota Humanities Council Larry were driven into a highly varnished Remele Memorial Fellow in square oak tie by more than 30 , 1993. people. .*- Most of the program will con- Larson is a professor emer, i~us sist of vintage newspapers and of Elaglish from Dickinson State historical photographs from the University in Dickinson where 1800s as the Northern Pacific he taught for 40 years. Larson is Railroad pushed across the prairie best known recentl~ for his now known as western North research on the history of automo- Dakota. biles in North Dakota. The railroad was completed He has organized the popular across the state in 1880, but it took Car Show in Medora for the past several more years to build a 33 summers. [Agri Insurance Investors: , Disappointed with CD interest rates? Want upside potential and downside protection? U Want tax deferred earnings? An Index Annunity may be an option for you. Call me for further details Bruce Ross Term Life Insurance (701) 8724461 (office) Universal Life Insurance (70~) 872-3075 (home) Fixed Annuities Index Annuities 110 Central Ave, South. Beach, ND (Across from Bank of the West) IRAs Long-Term Care Ins. i go Friday, Feb. 19 3-5 person teams $15 entry fee per team Categories: geography, music,, sports, Olympics and county Golva Bar 701-872-3600 Cassandra Szudera sits at her appointment desk in her new location in Beach, (Courtesy Photo) Body Works Massage relocates By Ellen Feuerhelm Staff Writer A lot of acti vity has been occur- ring on the corer heading up to Interstate 94 in Beach. This activity is the result of the old Crazy Charlie's Restaurant ren- ovation, including creating a new space for Cassandra Szudera's Body Works Massage. "The building will be a nice one-stop location to get a massage, a pedicure or manicure, and hair done as soon as M'Lord M'Lady (Beauty Salon) moves in." said Szudera. The new location for Body Works is I 12 4th St. NW, Suite 3. Szudera said it is an easierqo- find location for people not familiar with Beach. The new location has a d6cor that is filled with eye-pleasing rocks. Szudera uses heated rocks m some of her massage therapy. The office is painted in a warm tone. Support group's session to start Begi,nning Experience. a peer ministry support group for widowed. divorced, and/or separated individuals, will be starting the next 10-week session on Feb. 21. Please contact Dee at 59&0254. Stevenson Funeral Homes This Week's L~)cal Forecast O~ e~Nv Farmers Union Oil Co. 701,872-4471 Interstate Cenex 701-872-3590 IIOT $111ff i Hot Stuff Pizza 701-872-3190 Thursday Friday Mostly Cloudy Mostly Sunny 25/13 27/13 Precip Chance: 20% Precip Chance: 5% Saturday Sunday Mostly Sunny Partly Cloudy 29/16 31/14 Monday Tuesday Mostly Cloudy Partly Cloudy 28/10 25/11 Wednesday Partly Cloudy 30/15 Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 10% Precip Chance: 20% Precip Chance: 10% Precip Chance: 10% What is the record for the most consecutive w~ I houm below zero in the lower 48 states?