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Page 2 November 11, 2010 Jean M. Hammond :; Jean M. Hammond, 92, Dickinson, died Saturday, Sept. 11 at St. Benedict's Health Center, Dickinson. A memorial service for Jean will be held in the spring of 2011. Jean Morris was born June 29, 1918 to Edwin and Helen (Frost) Morris at Lake City, Minn. After graduating from Lake City High School, Jean worked at a ball bear- ing plant in St, Paul, Minn. during the World War II war effort. She married Rienzi Hammond on March 10, 1952 at Lake City, shortly thereafter they moved to their farm south of Golva where they lived for many years. While living in the Golva area Jean worked for a local bank and Golden Valley Social Services. Jean and Rienzi moved to Dickinson in 1975. In Dickinson she worked for Stark County Housing Authority as a bookkeeper. In 2006, Jean and Rienzi moved to Elko, Nev, where they lived with their daughter, Rtfgltla and family. In 2009, Jean,m6ved back to Dickinson and lived at Hawk's Point until very recently. Jean was a",member of the Daughters of "the American Revolution, the Happy Valley Homemakers, and several Bible study oups. Jean enjoyed crocheting, crossword puzzles, graphoanalysis, and spending time with her family. Jean is survivect"by four chil- dren, Edwin (Cheryl) Hammond, Golva, Mary (1VlitChell) Ben'y, Newport News, Vir., Rhonda (Randy) Porter, Elko, Nev., and April Hammond, Dickinson; ten grandchildren and nine great-grand- children. Jean was preceded in death by her husband, Rienzi, one son, Johnny, one brother, John Morris, and one infant sister. Arrangements are with Ladbury Funeral Service, Dickinson. Erma Eunice Guenther Erma Eunice Guenther, 90, for- merly of Wibaux, Montana, for- merly of Beach, North Dakota, passed away Thursday, November 4, 2010 at the Wibaux County Nursing Home in Wibaux. Visitation was held Monday, November 8, 2010 from 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. and 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. at the Silvernale-Silha Funeral Chapel, and one hour prior to the funeral service at the United Community Church. Funeral serv- ices were held Tuesday, November 9, 2010 at 2:00 P.M. at the United Community Church in Beach, with Pastor Warren Maxted officiating. Interment followed at the Beach City Cemetery. Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home of Beach is entrusted with arrange- ments. Erma was born December 29, 1919 in Golden Valley County to Charles and Myrtle Slocomb. She grew up on the family farm north- east of Beach, North Dakota. She went to grade school at the Bunker Hill School that was located about a mile from their farm home. She graduated from Beach High School wit the class of 1942. :After high school Erma worked for Dr. C.A. Bush as a nurses aide at the old Beach Hospital. She later moved to Glendive, Montana and worked at the N.P. Hospital. Erma married Donald Guenther on February 27, 1948. Three chil- dren were born to this union, Diane, Charles, and Donna. Don and Erma farmed for many years north of Beach. In 1962 the family moved into Beach and Erma went back to work as a nurses aide. In 1970, Don, Erred, and Donna made their home in Missoula, Montana where Erma continued her career as a nurses aide. She moved back to Beach in 1982 moving into the Golden Valley Manor and also working there as the night security person. Erma was active in the Bonnie View Home Makers Club for many years. She attended the Evangelical Church of North America and was active in the women's fellowship group and bible study. She later joined the United Comnmnity Church and continued her interest in church activities even af.ter her move to the Wibaux County Nursing Home. She was preceded in death by her parents, on infant sister, and her two brothers. She is survived by her sister Vivian Hackett, of Washington, daughter Diane (Michael) Bingeman, Of Beach: son Charles (Mary Lynn) Guenther, of Yakima, Washington, and daughter Donna (Dan Johnson) Guenther of Billings, Montana; sister-in-law Vera Slocomb Schneider; 7 grand- children: 10 great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at www.silvernale-silhafuneral- home.com 0013th Annual Christmas Gift & Craft show Saturday, Nov. 13, 9-4 ,% Ramada Grand Dakota Lodge 532 15th St. W. Dickinson Bring a friend and register for a door prize Do your Christmas shopping I Over 65 vendors, many new and returning booths to shop Thank you for your vote during the Nov. 2 election and thank you for your support Scott Steele , (Paid for by Scott Steele) Ellen Urban Funeral Services for Ellen Urban, 86, of Dickinson, formerly of Belfield, were held at 11 a.m., Friday, Nov. 5, 2010 at Belfield Lutheran Church with Pastor Roger Dieterle officiating. Burial will fol- low at the Belfield Lutheran emetery. Visitation was from 1"00 p.m. to :00 p.m, Thursday, Nov. 4, at Stevenson Funeral Home, Dickinson, with a prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Ellen passed away on her moth- er's birthday, Oct. 30, 2010 at St. Benedicts Health Center in Dickinson, North Dakota. Ellen A. Brennan was born Sept. 10, 1924, to David D. and Clara (Bergstad) Brennan. She grew up and attended school in Billings County. On October 19, 1943, Ellen was united in marriage to William Urban and made their home in the Fryburg area. Together the raised their family of 9 children, Dorothy, Duane, David, LaDonna, Charlotte, Jeff, Bruce, Dwight and Sandra. Ellen worked as a seamstress and cooked for the Badlands Ministry Camp, Bowman Manor and Green Thumb. She enjoyed Bible studies, visiting with family and friends, attending family gath- erings, good jokes and fun. Ellen loved to cook and was well known for her fried chicken and homemade bread. She would reach out to anybody who would come by in need and hold their hand or try to help. Ellen especially loved her family, grand- children and great-grandchildren. Ellen is survived by four sons, David (Bertha) Urban, Belfield, Jeff (Naomi) Urban. Belfield, Bruce (Loretta) Urban, Barstow, CA and . Dwight (Laurie) Urban, Dickinson; four daughters. Dorothy, (Leonard) Makowski, Belfield. LaDonna (John) Hutzenbiler, Fryburg, Charlotte (William) Martian. Rhame, and Sandra Ridl, South Heart; one daughter-in-law, Delores Urban, Leyman. WA: 2 brothers Daniel (Irene) Brennan, Amidon , and Frank (Betty) Brennan, Rozet, WY; 2 sisters. Betty Cambell, Dickinson and Thelma (Ted) Bohn, Sentinal Butte, 35 Grandchildren, 80 Great-Grandchildren, 6 Great- Great Grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents: husband, William: one son, Duane Urban; one brother, David and four sisters Ida Brennan, Gloria Brennan, Francis Brennan ! and Violet Brennan and five grand- children, Billy, Michael, Sharon, Angel and Edward. Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at www.stevensonfuneralhome.com Mule deer su00ey completed Aerial observations during the North DakotaGame and Fish Departmenrs/'all mule deer survey indicated prodtlbtion was similar to last year. i", Bruce Stillings, big game biolo- gist in Dickinson, said observers who accompanied pilots in fixed- wing planes counted 1,613 (1,528 in 2009) mule deer in the October demographic survey. While the buck'-to-doe ratio of 0.45 (0.54 in 2009) was similar to the long-term average of 0.43 bucks per doe, the fawn-to-doe ratio of 0.72 (0.74 in 2009) equaled the lowest on record, and was well below the long-term average of 0.94 fawns per doe. This year's fawn produc- tion was the same as in 1997, fol- lowing one of the worst winters on record. The fall aerial survey, conducted specifically to study demographics, covers 24 study areas and 306 square miles in western North Dakota. Biologists survey the same study areas in the spring of each year to determine a population index. (3ame and Fish lea 3ership changes Longtime North Dakota Game and Fish Department division chief Mike McKenna retired at the end of September after a 31-year career with the agency. An Iowa native, McKenna earned a master's degree from the University of North Dakota and started his Game and Fish career as a natural resources coordinator in 1979. Much of his work involved environmental issues such as wet- land drainage, public land manage- ment and rnitigation for develop- ment projects. In 1989 he became chief of the natural resources division, and in 1999 he assumed leadership of the conservation and communications division. , Taking McKenna's place is Sykeston native Paul Schadewald, former administrative services divi- s'ion chief and also a UND graduate, Schadewald started his Game and Fish career in 1977 as the federal aid coordinator, and had served as administrative services division chief since 1989. Kim Molesworth, the depart- ment's business manager for nearly six years, moved into the adminis- trative services division chief posi- tion on Nov. 1. Molesworth, a Mandan native, has an accounting degree from the University of Mary, and before coming to Game and Fish she was the accounting and budget manager for the North Dakota State Penitentiary. The administrative services divi- sion is responsible for the depart- ment's budget, federal aid coordina- tion, licensing, pridting, procure- ment, risk management and facility management. Record-breaking US r)A Rural Development year for weather 13irector to visit Medora 2010 was a busy year with severe summer weather warn- respect to severe weather warnings ,,jngs (tornado...flash flood...severe over western and central North ..:thunderstorm) for its area Dakota. ,of responsibility of west and cen- This information is not for the - tral ND. Many warnings covered entire state of North Dakota. It is. multiple, counties...and the total only for the Bismarck Nation'al Weather Service office area of responsibility only (west and cen- tral North Dakota, including number of counties covered was 1341. There were a total of 93 tornado warnings affecting 196 counties. Rolette County). A total of 29 flash flood warn- Through October 19, 2010, the ,ings were announced, affecting 78 NWS in Bismarck has issued 552 , counties. Bath Vanities 101o Off over 250 on display in our showroom. Built by our craftsmen. Come see them now in our kitchen and bath center! USDA Rural Development State Director Jasper Schneider will be visiting Medora on Nov. 17, 8:30- 9:30 a.m. over coffee and rolls, and Beach, Nov. 17, from 10 to 1t:30 a.m. tentatively at LaPlaya's Green Room. To prepare for this, please ask yourself the following question "Is there anything Rural Development can do for you?" Schneider would like to hold the community discussions on that topic. 2nd Annual Bismarck Christmas Show! (Admission: $2) "Big One Bueke" 00iven pwag t Annual Baked Potato Bar. 'il Sunday, November 14 Thank You For Your Support i il Golden Valley Manor it And Vote Of00onfidence In 4:30-7:00 p.m. The Genetal Election i Free will offering beneifts the kitchen il Dave (Paid for by Dave Quale) [] [] II Extravaganza Soup Luncheon t. Bernard's Parih Center, Belfield / C. Sunday, Nqvember 14 C 9:30,1:00 Soups include chti, chicken noodle, -.' borscht, beef barley and potato, plus r j Freshly baked bread sticks, crackers and bars. \\; Community Auction including handmade quilts, jams, _ Scandinavian pastries, will start at 12:30 p.m. \\; . Sponsored by the Lutheran } ? ....  Congregations of Medora, J  Befield and.m   The North Dakota Insurance Department invites you to attend a free event for assistance in switching or enrolling in a Medicare prescription drug plan. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2 Dickinson State University Badlands Activities Center Lawman-Walton Concourse, 291 Campus Dr. Please bring: A list of your medications, including dosages and frequency Your Medicare card The full name of your current plan  North Dakota lip } INSURANCE To avoid waiting in line, call 2-1-1 .//D E PARTM E NT  I'tlll{ IIX{ rH[ I'trll{ t;oo[} to begin the plan comparison process via phone.  8-- For more information, call 1-888-575-6611. Farmers Union Oil Co. 701-872-4471 Interstate Cenex 701-872-3590 Hot Stuff Pizza 701-872-3190 Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Mostly Sunny 38/25 37/22 36/24 31/18 32/21 o Precip Chance: 10% Precip Chance: 10% Precip Chance: 10% Precip Chance: 10% [ rccip Chance: 5 3 Tuy Wednesday Su n'n'y Mostly Sunny 38/22 40/25 Prccip Chance: 0% Prccip Chance: 5% Why does thunder "  ahvays come after the lightning bolt?