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Page 2 Golden Valley News January 25, 2018 Jacob "Jack" MINOT - Jacob "Jack" Kruken- berg, 73, Minot, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018, in his home. Jack has finally found relief from his earthly struggles, and until his last breath he handled himself with hu- mility and grace. He was born on April 26, 1944, the son of Ernest and Hilda (Weid- ner) Krukenberg in Hazen. He was raised and educated in Hazen, where he graduated from high school in 1962. Following his graduation, Jack furthered his education by attending the North Dakota State College of Science at Wahpeton and Minot State College, graduating in 1968 with a degree in social science. On July 9, 1968, Jack was drafted into the United States Army. He proudly served his country until his honorable discharge on July 8, 1970. Jack served as a medical corpsman or medic during Vietnam, a chal- lenging role for any soldier to take on, but one he was well suited for with his calm de- meanor and compassion for others. In later years Jack proudly wore his Vietnam vet- eran's cap, and people would often stop and thank him for his service to our country, comments Jack was very appreciative of. Jack was united in marriage to Rose Decker on June 26, 1976, at Sentinel Butte. They made their home and raised their family of three boys in Minot, where Jack worked at the Dakota Boys Ranch for over 40 years in various capacities; first as a residential aide, followed by roles as a social worker, a beekeeper, build- ing and maintenance crew, including the greenhouse, retiring on April 30, 2006. Jack's dedication to the Ranch was evident in his lifelong career there, and his investment in the lives of the youth there is immeasurable. Jack was a good man with a kind heart and gentle demeanor. He loved his family deeply and was a devoted husband and father, His legacy of service to others lives on ,through each of his sons: Zach's strong work ethic as an entrepreneur; Shane's ca- reer as a soldier in the United States Army, and Justin's occupation as a nurse. Jack was incredibly proud of his sons, and his commitment to and role in raising them to be the men they are is yet one more way that Jack humbly made the world a better place. Jack enjoyed spending time out- doors doing yard work and garden- ing, often sharing his produce with the neighbors. He was an avid Vikings fan and also enjoyed watch- ing the History Channel. He was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran Church of Minot. Jack loved time spent with his family and especially The following are cases closed in Southwest District Court in Golden Valley County in Decem- ber: Used a shotgun capable of hold- ing more than three shells while hunting waterfowl: Waco B. Bur- ford, 31, Homedale, Idaho; Kirk M. Mueller, 30, Caldwell, Idaho Unlawful taking of big game animal: Timothy J. Wilbelmi, 57, Dickinson Carrying a loaded firearm in Vehicle while hunting: Timothy J. Wilhelmi, 57, Dickinson Driving while license under rev- ocation: Bryan A. Altenberg, 35, Taylor Speeding: Kay A. Fisher, 66, Bowman; Samuel C. Johnson, 27, Williston; Travis J. LaPlante, 19, Du- luth, Minn.; Kay Tescher, 68, Medora; Edward J. Anderson, 47, enjoyed being a grandpa. He leaves behind him a beautiful legacy of love and service to his family, his com- munity and his country. Jack's memory will be kept alive through the loved ones who took for- ward to seeing him again one day: his wife of 41 years, Rose, of Minot; three sons: Zachery Krukenberg, Minot; Shane (Noy) Krukenberg, Ft. Knox, Ken.; and Justin (Kathryn) Krukenberg, Bismarck; and six grandchildren: Tyler, Makenna and Jared, all of Bismarck, and Linda, Gavin, and Christian, all of Ken- tucky. Jack will also be lovingly re- membered by his sister, Gladys Guenthner, Minot; brothers and sis- ters-in-law: Yvonne Kasalek, Mau- rice Lardy, Tom (Anita) Decker, Ron (Carolyn) Decker, Pat Hermanson; and numerous nieces and nephews. Jack was preceded in death by his parents and his brother Russel and three grandbabies 10st during preg- nancy Visitation: There was no reviewal, however, friends could sign a guest register on Wednesday, Jan. 24, from 3-6 p.m. at Thompson Larson Fu- neral Home, Minot. Memorial Service: Thursday, Jan. 25, at 11 a.m. at St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Minot. A time of sharing memories will be held during lunch. Graveside Service with military honors: Friday, Jan. 26, at 11 a.m. at the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery, Mandan. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch, North Dakota Veterans Cemetery and Trinity Hospice. Thompson Larson Funeral Home, Minot, is in charge of arrangements. Wibaux, Mont.; Michael T. Dodds, 55, Billings, Mont.; Jeffrey A. Hall- beck, 46, Aitkin, Minn.; Stephanie A. Robbins, 19, Seeley Lake, Mont.; Jay A. Sunwall, 33, Dickinson; Tina E. Weller-Stedman, 25, Beach Operator failed to provide child restraint device: Bailey D. Frieze, 16, Beach; Mary M. Hauck, 42, Beach Simple assault: Jessica M. Smith, 31, Dickinson Failed to stop/yield right of way at stop intersection: Nancy L. Stockwell, 60, Beach Driving or operating a vehicle under the influence of liquor or drugs: Monte S. Harris, 57, Golva Hunting on posted land: Jeffrey R. Grosche, 40, Burlington Failure to leave notification on game birds: Levi R. Jesz, 30, Bis- marck SWEET HOME, Ore. - Dorothy Agnes Potter, 99, of Sweet Home, entered the loving embrace of our Lord on Jan. 10, 2018, which was 16 days before her 100th birthday. She was born on Jan. 26, 1918, in Wabasso, Minn at her grandmother- 's home. She was the youngest of John T. and Nancy A. (Smith) Hol- lenbeck's children. She joined two brothers, Glen and William, and three sisters, Viola, Luella and Mary. The family +lived' on their home- stead southwest of Sentinel Butte with all the children attending both country schools and high school in Sentinel Butte. Dorothy graduated in 1935 and two years later moved to Bellingham, Wash with her sister Mary. In 1940 the girls moved to Ketchikan, Alaska, for the summer, and there she met the love of her life, Charles Potter. They were married in 1942 and lived in Ketchikan for their 47 years of marriage. In 1952 they took in a family of four foster children: Michael, William, Janey and David Johansen- whom they raised as their own. Dorothy loved being a stay at home mom when they were young. She was always grateful God B~,o ho.- this opportunity. Her greatest love was that she was able to raise the four children to be mature and re- sponsible adults. She enjoyed cook- ing, embroidering, gardening and homemaking. Prior to the children becoming a part of their lives, Dorothy worked as a manager in the Montgomery Ward Credit Department. After the children were grown, she worked as a manager of the Credit Union at the Georgia Pacific Pulp Mill. The family lived on the coast and enjoyed boating, camping, fishing and just being active in the wonder- ment of Alaska. nes Potter Dorothy remained at her home in Ketchikan until moving to Sweet Home in 2005 to be with her sister Mary. She resided at Wiley Creek Retirement Community since that time. Both she and Mary enjoyed praising their Lord at the Mennonite Church in Sweet Home. Her foster children: William and David Johnansen; nieces Karen May, Dottie May and Mary Jane Olesen, Viola Schillo; nephew Pete Wilson; numerous grand-nieces, nephews and friends, will miss the pleasure of her smile, the twinkle in her eye, her quick wit, and her positiw ntt;h,A~, Dorothy is joining her husband Charles Potter; two foster children: Michael Johansen and Janey Smith; parents John T. and Nancy A. Hol- lenbeck; two brothers: Glen and William Hollenbeck; three sisters: Viola Wilson, Luella May and Mary DeLong in the loving arms of our Lord. Memorial service will be at 2 p. m Saturday, Jan. 27, at Wiley Creek Community. Services will be offici- ated by Pastor Pete Kauffman of the Sweet Home Mennonite Church. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is han- dling the arrangements, www.sweet- Area oil activity report for week of Jan. 14 Mary Ju BOWMAN - Mary Juntunen, 97, of Bowman, passed away on Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, at the Southwest Health- care Long Term Center in Bowman. Funeral services for Mary were held on Saturday, Jan. 13, at 11 a.m. at Bowman United Methodist Church with the family present at 10 a.m. to visit with friends. Pastor Ron Olson officiated, with burial following in the Bowman Cemetery. Visitation was held on Friday, Jan. 12, from noon to 9 p.m. at the Krebsbach and Kulseth Funeral Home Chapel. Mary Elizabeth Gerbig was born on May 22,1920, in a bedroom at the ranch in rural Billings County to George and Imogene (Hanson) Ger- big. Mary was the youngest of five children. She attended the German country school, graduating eight grades in seven years. Mary attended high school in Belfield, graduating in 1937. She often told how lonesome that shy Badlands girl was the first couple years, and how glad she was when her brothers got to town to bring her home for the weekend. After high school, she attended Dakota Business College in Fargo for nine months. Mary returned to l~l ~o*-a and worked in the 1~i11;.8o County Welfare Office, and for county agents and Billings County Adjustment Agency. She met O. A. "Junt" Juntunen, who was there work- ing at the SCS in Medora, and they were married May 27,1944. During these war years, they had no car, so they rode a bus to Glendive, Mont to get married. Mary and Junt moved to Bowman in 1947. Mary worked as the deputy register of deeds at the Bowman County Courthouse until Junt started in the farm equipment business in Bowman with John Rouzie, This later became Bowman Implement Company, and Mary was the ever efficient office manager. She enjoyed secretarial work and book- keeping and was very organized. To this union, one daughter, Margie was born. Mary and Junt re- tired in 1971. They enjoyed 14 win- By News/Pioneer Staff Stark Co. ters at a retirement park in MCAIlen, The following relates to oil and #13554 - Dickinson-Lodgepole Texas, and Mary continued her win- gas well activity for thE'week of Jan, Unit 79, NWNE 31-140N'96W, there for 10 more years after Junt 14, in stark, Gold~ffValley, Billings ~ Stark Co. passed away. Mary lived in her own #13598 - Dickinson-Lodgepolehome in Bowman that she and Junt and Slope counties and is from re- ports of the N.D. Department of Unit 83, NWNW 5-139N-96W, Mineral Resources: Stark Co. Transfers: #04247 - Duck Creek Unit 39, From ConocoPhillips Company SESE 35-140N-97W, Stark Co. to Scout Energy Management L.L. Well released from "tight hole" C.: status: #07078- Dickinson-Lodgepole #32447-Whiting Oil and Gas Unit WSW 62, SWNW 32-140N- Corporation, Buckman 24-21PH, 96W, Stark Co. NWNE 28-140N-99W, Stark Co #14414 - Frenzel 36 2, NWNE 374 BOPD, 778 BWPD- Bakken 36-140N-97W, Stark Co. Permit renewals: #13754 - Duck Creek Unit 1-2, #30010-Whiting Oil and Gas NWNE 2-139N-97W, Stark Co. Corporation, Kostelecky 21-28PHR, #13764 - Duck Creek Unit 1-35, SESW 21-140N-97W, Stark Co. SESW 35-140N-97W, StarkCo. #32300-Whiting Oil and Gas #13790 - Kadrmas 36 1, NWSW Corporation, Pronghorn Federal 44- 36-140N-97W, StarkCo. llPHU, SWSW 12-140N-100W, #13447 - Dickinson-Lodgepole Billings Co. Unit 74, SWNW 32-1 0N-96W, #32301-Whiting Oil and Gas Stark Co. Corporation, Pronghorn Federal 41- #13514 - Dickinson-Lodgepole 14PHU, SWSW 12-140N-100W, Unit 75, NWSE 31-140N-96W, Billings Co. 26TH ANNUAL 2018 RED RIVER VALLEY & Marine Products +- JAN. 26-28 Irt't','t'/Jt P,I ilJ [l] :f Y.I I'-,"] I [ll','J[ Pill i| I built for over 60 years. She was a gra- cious lady, independent and a friend to many: She was a wonderful mother, grandmother and later great- grandmother. Mary loved the Lord. Golden Valley News P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621 (U.S.P.S. Pub. No. 221-280) The Golden Valley News is pub- lished each Thursday, 22 Central Ave Suite 1, Beach, ND 58621 by Nordmark Publishing. Periodicals postage paid at Beach, ND and addi- tional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Golden Valley News, P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621. Please allow two to three weeks for new subscriptions, renewal of ex- pired subscriptions and for address changes. Contact Information Phone: 701-872-3755 Fax: 701-872-3756 Emaih Subscriptions: 1 year: $34 Golden Valley County 1 year: $38 elsewhere in North Dakota 1 year: $42 out-of-state and snowbirds 9 months: $25 In-state college rate The Golden Valley News is a proud member of the North Dakota Newspaper Association. All content is copyrighted. Established Aug. 15, 1919. ntunen She was a member of the United Methodist Church and lamplighters circle. She belonged to the Order of the Eastern Star, serving as worthy matron, and was the oldest member of the Southwest Healthcare Auxiliary. Mary was a 4-H leader of the Lucky Leaf 4-H Club and drove lots of chat- tering girls on several field trips. She belonged to the Modem Homemakers Club in Bowman. Mary was preceded in death by her husband, O.A. Juntunen; her parents ; two ~isters: Mildred Cross (Norman) and Genevieve Gerbig; and two brothers John Gerbig (Effie), and Morris Gerbig (Ella). Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law: Margie and Cary Hande, Bowman; two grandchildren: Heidi Hande Weatherly (James), Wheatridge, Colo.; and Travis Hande (Jamie), Glen Ullin; and three great- children: Stella and Ansel Weatherly and Jorja Hande. Other survivors were her eight nephews and four nieces and a special cousin and life- long friend, Victoria Stegner, Col- orado Springs, Colo. Memorials are suggested to or the United Methodist Church, Bowman. Krebsbarh and Kulseth Funeral Serv- ices of Bowman was in charge of the arrangements. ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND AND ADOPT ADMINISTRATIVE RULES relating to the North Dakota Pollutant Discharge Elimination System North Dakota Department of Health and the Environmental Health Section Chief on behalf of the North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality will hold a public hearing to address proposed rules to the N.D. Admin. Code ND Dept. of Health Environmental Training Center 2639 E. Main Ave. Bismarck, ND Mon March 19, 2018 1:00 p.m. CST The proposed changes are amend- ments to N.D. Admin. Code ch. 33-16- 01, and adoption of N.D. Admin. Code ch. 33.1-16-01. Acopy of the proposed rules may be obtained at the Department's website at or by writing the NDDH at 918 East Divide Ave. Bismarck, ND 58501 or calling 701.328.5210. Also, written comments may be submitted to the above address until Thursday, March 29, 2018. 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