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Page 2 October 14, 2010 SCOREB()ARD Betty Marie Germann WIBAUX, Mont. - Mrs. Betty Marie Germann, 75, of Wibaux, danced her last dance on Thursday, Oct. 7, 2010, at the Wibaux County Nursing Home in Wibaux. Funeral Services were held at 2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 11, at the United Methodist Church in Wibaux, with Pastor Ruth McKenzie officiating. Interment followed at the Wibaux Cemetery. Visitation was held Sunday, Oct. 10, at 3-5 p.m. and 6- 8 p.m. in the Chapel of the Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home in Wibaux. Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home of Wibaux was entrusted with arrangements. Betty was born on Fee, 8, 1935, in Wibaux, a daughter of Leroy and Orphana Jane (Johnston) Wymore. She was raised north of Wibaux in the Been area. Betty received her early education at the Been School and graduated from Wibaux County High School with the class of 1953. Betty was married to Victor Germann at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Wibaux on July 3, 1957. She worked at several places including cafes, cooked at a hospital, and at the schools. Betty loved to dance, play cards, and go to coffee with her friends. Betty was preceded in death by Courthouse News The following are cases closed in District Court in Golden Valley County for September: Licenses to hunt, trap, or fish required of residents: Thomas R. Sheppard, jr., 26, Beach Speeding: Destiny M. Portanova, 16, Beach; Charles P. McGriff, 66, Sidney, Mont.; Stormy R. Vickers, 30, Fargo; Santiago Deniz Rodriguez, 29, Worland, Wyo.; Brittany C. Noll, 17, Golva; Alvaro C. Sauza, 60, Missoula, Mont.; Paul J. Johanson, 49, Dickinson; Bradley M. Lane, 60, Glendive, Mont.; Isaac J. SingletOn, 18, Colstrip, Mont.; Todd V. Sanquist, 43, Park Rapids, Minn.; Sarah J. Slocomb, 28, Bismarck; Jerome T Berger, 58,' Billings, Mont., Miranda'"D. : Miller;' 23, Bismarck; :John Thompson, 56, Beach her husband, Victor on Sept. 21, 1971; along with a brother, Earl Wymore and a sister, Margie Wirtzfeld. Betty is survived by three sons: James Germann and his wife Laura of Glendive, Mont.; Duane Germann of Wibaux and Dennis Germann and his wife Susan of Glendive; one daughter, Donna Pacheco of Beach; and one sister, Loretta Wyckoff also of Beach; four grandsons Cole, Kyle, and Shane Germann, and Jeremy Pacheko, two special tour guides Mary Johnson and Marlys Updike, and numerous nieces and nephews. Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at: www.silvernale-sil- hafuneralhome.com. Exceeding daily creel limit: Mark E. Archuleta, 46, Glendive, Mont. Commercial motor vehicle vio- lations: Brandon A. Carlson, 21, Mobridge, So. Dak. Overweight Limitations: Scott D. Ward, 52, Buchanan, No. Dak.; Chad D. Hansen,' 33, Bozeman, Mont., Daniel L. Falk, 35, Jamestown; Trevino Guadalupe, jr., 35, Mission, Texas; Dale E. Moll, 60, Holdingford, Minn. Operator failed to wear seat belt: Ronaid G. Watembach, 62, Beach Exceeded gr0ss weight: Scott L. Langlie, 21, Mayville Viol. Of'49 CFR!395FL 'log book 'not  'current:, 'R'andP J. Toepke, 61, Mandan; Clay ,P. Thompson, 47,R0berts, Wise. Clark to speak at NDFU Convention JAMESTOWN - Gen. Wesley Clark will be the keynote speaker at North Dakota Farmers Union's State Convention in Minor on Nov. 19-20. "Gem Wesley Clark is a strong advocate of Farmers Union policies as he works to create green-collar jobs, reduce greenhouse gas emis- sions, expand ethanol use in gaso- line and decrease our dependence on foreign oil," said North Dakota Farmers Union President Robert Carlson. "Gen. Clark will offer insight to NDFU's members regard- ing what needs to be done to achieve energy independence and how our organization cad help make that happen." General Clark serves as co- chairman of Growth Energy. Through smart policy reform and a proactive grassroots cam- paign, Growth Energy promotes expanding the use of ethanol in gasoline, decreasing our depend- ence on foreign oil through renew- able sources and creating green American jobs at home. Clark is a retired four star general after 38 years in the United States Army. He Stevenson Funeral Home Please support your local merchants graduated first in his class at West Point and completed degrees in phi= losophy, politics and economics at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar. Learning about the Constitution ... Hunter Weinreis and Lucas Nistler brush'iJp on the U.S. Constitution during Constitution Day, which was recently held at Golva School. (Courtesy Photo) Motorists warned to wat,=h for deer times unavoidable. However, motorists should be aware of warning signs signaling deer are in the area. When you see one deer cross the road, look for a second or third deer to follow. Also, motorists are urged to pay atten- tion on roadways posted with Deer Crossing Area caution signs. If an accident does happen, a local law enforcement agency should be contacted. Also, a per- mit is required to take parts or the whole carcass of a road-killed deer. ., Permits are free and available from game wardens and local law ,.,enforcement offices. ,fc Motorists are reminded to watch for deer along roadways, especially this time of year, because juvenile animals are dis- persing from their home ranges. Late October through early December is when deer are most active, resulting in the peak period for deer-vehicle accidents. Motorists are advised to slow down and exercise caution after dark to reduce the likelihood of encounters with deer along road- ways. Most deer-vehicle accidents occur primarily at dawn and dusk when deer are most often moving around. Deer-vehicle accidents are at Permit require00 to ( .... dtled, deer possess.roa Even though motorists are espe- cially attentive to deer movement this time of year, accidents occur. When it happens, a local law enforcement agency should be con- tacted. The North Dakota Game and Fish Department often receives calls from motorists wondering if they can keep the carcass, or at least the antlers of deer they have hit. The answer is yes, but only after obtaining a permit to possess, Pie Auction & Medical Benefit for Ed Nistler Sat., Oct. 16, 2010 Golva Fire Hall, Golva, N.D. Meal from 5:00-7:00 [.m.; Auction at 6:00 p.m. Dance to follow, music by Alkali Flats Pies, baked goods, and auction items may be left at Dakota Farm Equipment stores or First State Bank Locations For more information or to make cash donations: Duane: 701-872-3656; Patth 701-872-3737 Gary: 701-872-3418 Sponsored by Thrivent Financial . A permit is required if someone wants to take possession of parts or " all, of a road-killed animal. A per- mit is also required to possess skulls with antlers attached. .J Permits to possess road-killed ,deer are free and available from game wardens and local law enforcement offices. 90th Birthday A few precautions can mini- mize chances of injury or property damage in a deer-vehicle crash. Always wear your seat belt. Don't swerve or take the ditch to avoid hitting a deer. Try to brake as much as possible and stay on the roadway. Don't lose control of your vehicle or slam into something else to miss the deer. You risk less injury by hitting the deer. If you spot deer ahead, slow down immediately and honk your horn. No published research sup- ports the effectiveness of deer whistles on vehicles. Party for FLORENCE MISKE Golden Valley Manor Sunday October,24 2 pm to 4 pm cards only Beach Volleyball Tournament Semi-Finals, Oct. 9 1A Beach: 25/25 113, Heart River: 25)25 ....... 2B Wibaux, MT: 15/t5 2A Killdeer: 11/16 3rd, 4th Place Match: Wibaux: 25, 25 Killdeer: 10, 11 Championship Match Beach: 25, 24, 5 ": Heart River: 21,26, 15 Final Standings: 1st Place: Heart River Cougars 2nd Place: Beach Buccaneers 3rd Place: Wibaux Longhorns 4th Place: Killdeer Cowboys USBA,makes business loans Washington - Congressman Earl Pomeroy and Senators Kent Conrad and Byron Dorgan announced that the U.S. Small Business Administration will provide a.total of $2,954,800 in federal loans to seven small businesses across North Dakota. The funding for the loans is a result of the Small Business Jobs Act, which was signed into law on Sept. 27. to give the nation's small businesses access to capital to help them grow and hire. North Dakota businesses receiv- ing loans include: Dickinson, Dairy Barn, $127,000; and Watford City, Energy Contract Services, $100,000. The best coverage of the area's news, sports and " community events!', ' You'll find it here! Locally Owned and Family Operated Serving Southwestern North Dakota and Southeastern Montana Funeral Directors Jon Stevenson Nic Stevenson Scott Huffman L.B. Price Tom Muckle Farmers Union Oil Co. 701-872-4471 Interstate Cenex 701-872-3590 Iam mwl Hot Stuff Pizza r t z z . ! 701-872-3190 Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Sunny Mostly Sunny Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Few Showers "!!.H pue. S.ly ."]suv 70/45 64/43 62/41 64/41 67/45 65/44 62/44 Precip Chance: 0% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 10% Precip Chance: 10% Prccip Chance: 10% Precip Chance: 20% Precip Chance: 30%