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r IIllp,-'~-l~ February 28, 2008 Page 5 Greetings from all of us here at the Manor. On Thursday afternoon, Tess Heineman visited Frances Strange. Residents took the com- munity bus downtown to run their weekly errands and to keep med- ical appointments. When they returned, they joined a party in the Activity Room celebrating Valentine's Day. They played rounds of "HEART" bingo, did a valentine word find, and did a "Famous Pairs" memory game. St. John's Church sent a meat and cheese tray with crackers, and decorated heart cookies for the residents to enjoy at the party. Kathy Hollar came to visit her grandmother, Ella Schaal. On Friday morning, the ladies from the First Lutheran Church were here to fix hair. Happy birth- day wishes went out to Doris Roberts who celebrated a birth- day. Agnes Schmeling brought cookies in the afternoon to share with the afternoon coffee drinkers. She visited Eleanor Clarin and Ella Schaal, also. Devotions were held in the chapel that evening with Jim and Ruth Ann Zielsdorf. Bev Maxted visited Ima Raisler, Charlotte Cox and Helen Reiter. Lori Holkup and children, Avery, Elijah, and Landon, were here to visit their grandmother and great-grandmother, Dorothy Riederer. Eileen Buchholz was the exer- cise leader on Saturday morning. Family members gathered in the Activity Room at noon to help Lorraine Tescher celebrate her birthday. The Decker girls, Rose Ann Krukenberg, Sharon Lardy, Yvonne Kaselek and Pat Hermanson visited Ed and Ethel Dietz and Pete and Mary Wirtzfeld throughout the day. Mimi Hutsell was up to visit her good friend, Ima Raisler. Betty Glower was an afternoon visitor, spending time with resi- dents and sharing her homemade cookies with us all. Richard Schaal and Kelci Schaal from Wyoming came to visit Ella Schaal. Word and Communion was held on Sunday morning in the chapel. Cards and rummikub were played in the Activity Room in the after- noon. Adam Maus was home from Fargo with a friend, Corey Nelson. Adam, Corey and mom, Sarah, took time on Sunday to say hello to the residents before returning back to seminary classes in Fargo. Resident Council was held on Monday morning. In the after- noon, the ladies from St. Mary's Catholic Church, Golva, were up to play bingo. A delicious lunch was served by the ladies. Barry and Nancy Schafer enjoyed sup- Darlene Gundlach and Sally Abernethy enjoyed coffee Friday afternoon with Don and Rella Abernethy at Don and Rella's home. Jane Cook attended a "Cum Cristo" retreat at St. Matthew's Parish in Sidney, Mont over the weekend. One of the priests who presided over the event was Jane's cousin, the Rev. Francis Schreiber, whose home parish is in Poplar, Mont. Frances Dietz slipped and fell on some ice Saturday morning, and injured her shoulder. We pray that she is soon up and feeling bet- ter. Sally Abernethy and Billie Van Horn were visitors at the home of Don and Rella Abernethy on Saturday afternoon. Tom and Lynn Wyckoff from Dickinson traveled to Tennessee on Saturday. Keith Farstveet and Darrell Feldman were Sunday visitors at the home of Don and Rella Abernethy. Later visitors to the Farm Credit Services of Mandan www.farmcreditmandan.com Abernethy home were Sally Abernethy and Billie Van Horn. Mellisa and Lane Lowman and family were Sunday visitors at the home of their grandma, Mary Cook. Pete Novotny and Sheila Reiman were dinner guests at the home of Jim and Marj Wyckoff Sunday. Jane Cook returned home Sunday night from Sidney, Mont after attending the retreat there. She followed her friends, Swenda Braden and Karen Wojahn, and the three had just made it home before authorities closed down 1-94 from the Montana border west to Glendive due to icy road condi- tions. Don and Rella Abernethy trav- eled to Bismarck on Monday to keep a doctor's appointment for Don. While there, they visited with their daughter, LaDonna Fallgatter. Dean, Lisa and Gabe Wyckoff from Bismarck stopped in for a Judy Curl Golva has been well represented at the basketball tournaments in Dickinson, and the boys District Tournament started in Bowman. The Beach girls took third in the Regionals and are to be congratulat- ed. Holger and Marion Johnson attended the Senior Citizens dinner and meeting at the Senior Citizens Center on Tuesday. Former Golva resident Elizabeth Finneman spent several days in St. Alexis Hospital in Bismarck, but is back at St. Vincent's Nursing Home now. Her daughter, Charlene Weinreis and Doris and husband Mike Berger made a trip to Bismarck on Sunday to be with her. , Adam Maus and Corey Nelson, both seminarians in Fargo, spent the weekend in Beach and Golva. On Sunday, Adam and Corey, Sarah Maus, Father Richter and members of Christine Finneman's family enjoyed breakfast at Christine's house. On Sunday afternoon Adam and Corey visited friends and rela- tives at the Golden Valley Manor. Linda Stoveland drove to Medora on business on Wednesday; grandpa Gerald met the Golva bus and brought Jacob and Sammy to the Curl house. Linda picked them up there and they all went to the Lenten supper and services at First Lutheran. Our sincere and loving sympathy is extended to the family of Darrell Ueckert who died at his home last week. Rick Stoveland and Joel Erickson drove two semis to Fargo to deliver grain. One semi had prob- lems with the -31 temperature with a windchill of -52 degrees. Can't blame the poor truck - it wasn't used to that out here in western N.D.! The altar society of St. Mary's Church sponsored bingo at the Golden Valley Manor on Monday. A large group enjoyed the bingo and the lunch. Gary and Brenda Maus faced a sad situation when their old dog, Reo, developed a condition that E-file makes tax filing easy! ( ndTax FREE DIRECTV 4 ROOM SYSTEM! 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Devotions were held in the Chapel in the evening with Pastor Hojnacki. The county health nurse was here on Wednesday morning to hold our monthly health clinic. The Manor Makers were busy making decorations with Cloth yo- yes to hang on the residents' doors for spring. Happy birthday wish- es went out to Madeline Bishop. Madeline will also be celebrating her birthday next week with an outing with family members. Happy birthday wishes were also extended.to Karen Wojahn. Karen comes to the Manor and does ther- apy with the residents as needed .on a daily basis. Fr. Richter was here on Thursday morning to celebrate Mass in the chapel with the resi- dents. Mary held exercises with the residents following church services. "Why Catholic?" ses- sions were held in the Chapel. visit with Jim and Marj Wyckoff on Monday as they were returning home from a weekend ski vacation in Red Lodge, Mont. Barry and Nancy Schafer were evening visitors Monday at the home of Don and Rella Abernethy. Jane Cook, her mother, Mary Cook, and Mary's sister and hus- band, Irene and Arnold Bakken, drove to Dickinson Tuesday to keep a dentist appointment for Arnold and a doctor's appoint- ment for Mary. While there, they stopped in for a short visit with Mary's daughter, Judy Mollendor. Tom and Lynn Wyckoff returned to their home in Dickinson Tuesday evening after spending a few days in Tennessee. Jim and Jan Johnson attended the tournament' games between, Beach and Kitldeer Thursday evening. Beach won third place. Congratulations, Bucs ! Thought for the Week: Keep smiling; it will make folks wonder what you're up to. could not be cured. Dr. Tidball and Sue came to the Maus house and Reo went quietly to his great reward. From one dog lover to another, I extend sympathy in their loss. Dogs do not live long enough. No one objects to March coming in like a lion - it's the hanging around like a polar bear that's depressing. Beach students who completed gun rack in the Ag I class are, from left, Jarret Landeis, Briar S ime, Levi Nistler and Aaron Kennedy. Ag I students complete project Briar Sime, son of Brian and LeAnn Sime, has just completed a six-week wood project in Terry Week's Ag I class at Beach High S c h o o 1 The project is a gun cabinet, big enough to hold eight rifles or shot- guns. The cabinet has locks in two bot- tom compartments that will house ammunition. The cabinet top's glass doors are also fitted with locks. The gun cabinet is solid wood andt cost approximately $125. A pro?ject like this would cost $400 in a retail furniture store, according to We,~ek. ,Also helping with the project we]re students Levi Nistler, Jarret La, deis and Aaron Kennedy. I Billings/Golden Valley County health clinics, Feb. 29: Medora courthouse, 9 - noon, 1 - 3 p.m. (Please call for appoint- ment scheduling) Beach Centennial Planning Committee meeting, Feb. 29, noon - 1 p.m City Hall. If you plan on attending please notify City Hall 872-4103 for lunch arrangements. Beach Area Strategic Plan community workshop and din- ner, 6 p.m Monday, March 10, La Playa Mexican Restaurant, Beach. Belfield Q-Centennial Committee meeting, 7 p.m Thursday, March 13, Belfield Memorial Hall 1. Easy to use. 2. Fewer errors. 3. Get your refund FAST! (Even faster with Direct Depositl) Check it out at: www.nd.gov/tax individualtax@nd.gov 701.328.3450 Office of State Tax Commissioner Cory Fong, Commissioner District 39 Republican Convention Delegate Endorsing Meeting Thursday, February 28 Americlnn, Medora, N.D. 6:30 p.m. Republican Platform issues will be discussed. Your input is needed! Plan to be there. For more information contact Chuck Whitney, 701-523-3239 HOTR receives grant from medical foundation SENTINEL BUTTE - Home On The Range has received a grant in the amount of $9,218 from Dakota Medical Foundation to support test- ing and reporting of the therapeutic programs in which the HOTR chil- dren are involved. New computer software will provide better care for the children by reducing duplicated services and paper file reports, according 'to a press release from HOTR's Jolene Obrigewitch. The software also has the capa- bilities to provide the professional staff with various medical, thera- peutic and psychological evalua- tions, group notes, and reports of a child's progress. HOTR is a~ nonprofit organiza- tion serving boys and girls ages 12- 18. It is licensed to care for disad- vantaged, neglected, abused and troubled children. Dakota Medical Foundation, Fargo, focuses its efforts on improving health and access to medical and dental care in the region, with a special emphasis on children. Since 1996, the foundation has invested over $32 million to 299 nonprofit organizations in the region. For more information~ see www.dakmed.org. Business slow? We can help To place an ad, call 872-3755 Our certified tax specialists prepared over 1300 tax returns in 2007. Tax and Accounting Services Available to Non.Members. BEACH S;t. John the Baptist Catholic C;hurch R~ev. David Richter IV,4ass: 6:30 p.m Saturday (4 p).m. May thru Oct.) amd 10:30 a.m Sunday St. Paul's Lutheran Church, LCMS Rev. Scott Hojnacki Sunday Worship - 10:15 a.m. Sunday School - 11:15 a.m. First Lutheran Church - ELCA F:)astor Paul Peterson Sunday School - 8:10 a.m. Sunday Worship - 9:30 a.m. [Beach Evangelical Church Pastor David McGuillion Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. Worship Sunday- 10:45 a.m. United Community Church Pastor Warren Maxted (,Sunday Worship - 9 a.m. BELFIELD St. Bernard's Catholic Church IRev. Shannon G. Lucht Saturday Mass: 7 p.m. Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m. St. John's Ukrainian Catholic Pastors Harold & Marge Sundgren Thursday, 7 p.m. FAIRFIELD St. Demetrius Ukrainian Catholic Church Rev. Taras Miles Sunday Divine Liturgy: 8 a.m. on second and fourth Sundays, and 10 a.m. on first, third and fifth Sundays GOLVA St. Mary's Catholic Church Rev. David Richter Mass: 8 a.m Sunday MEDORA Medora Lutheran - ELCA Rev. Roger Dieterle Sunday Worship - 8:30 a.m. Sunday School: 3:30 p.m Wednesday Union Congregational Church Rev. R.J. Stohler Sunday Worship - 10:30 a.m. St. Mary's Catholic Church Mass: 4 p.m 1st Saturday of every month - Dec. thru April. Mass: 6:30 p.m. every Saturday at the Community IlChurch IRev. Taras Miles Center starting the last IDivine Liturgy: 8 a.m. on first, Saturday in May thru Labor Ithird and fifth Sundays,10 a.m. Day. on second and fourth Sundays SENTINEL BUTTE St. Peter's Lutheran - LCMSTrinity Lutheran Church Rev. Scott Hojnacki Pastor Paul Peterson Worship Service: Sunday - 8Sunday Worship - 8 a.m. TROTTERS a.m. IBelfield Lutheran ELCA Trotters Church IRev. Roger Dieterle 1st and 3rd Sunday of each Sunday School (all ages): 9 month Ila.m. WIBAUX Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. United Methodist Church IIDaglum Lutheran Church - Rev. T. C. Chatman IIELCA Sunday Worship: 9 a.m. IIRev. Roger Dieterle " Calvary Temple, Assembly of I(Located 25 miles southeast of God Belfield) Pastor Andy Lam Sunday Worship - 11:45 a.m.Sunday Worship - 10:30 a.m. on first and third Sunday of each month First Presbyterian Church Pastor Kathleen Chestnut Sunday Worship: 8:30 a.m. Belfield Baptist Church Rev. Robert Hlibichuk Sunday Worship: 9 a.m. Sunday Bible Study: 10 a.m. Belfield Church of God 781 Milissa Ave. Sunday School - 9:30 am. Trinity Lutheran Church - ELCA Pastor Paul Peterson Sunday School- 10 a.m. Sunday Worship - 11:15 a.m. Christian Fundamental Church Pastor Jeremy Stradley Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship - 11 a.m.