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Page 2 Zany Lynn FALLON, Mont. Zane Lynn Shumway went to be with his Heav- enly Father on March 23, 2021 , after a long battle with multiple health is— sues. ' Zane’s Funeral Service was at 11 am, Thursday, April 1, 2021 , at Fal- lon Evangelical Church, Fallon, Mont. with Pastor Tim Therrien offi- ciating. Inurnment followed at Prairie County Cemetery, Terry, Mont. Military honors were pro- vided by American Legion Prairie Post 32. Zane was born in Wolf Point, Mont., on March 28, 1955, to Frank and Vera (Marmon) Shumway. He grew-up farming and went through school at Wolf Point before leaving to become a truck driver and perform other handyman jobs until he joined the United States Army in August 1975. While serving he was a crew chief and stationed throughout Col— orado, Georgia and Germany. He re- ceived his honorary discharge in 1982. After the military, Zane was a truck driver throughout the U.S. and eventually opened his own truck driving business in the mid—to—late 19805. Some of his favorite activities were hunting, riding horses, drinking coffee, and spending time with friends and family. Zane married Tessa Babcock on March 29, 1986, and his truck driving had them living in multiple places across eastern, Montana and the Midwest. To this union they had two children: Josh Charles John Scherman GOLVA - Charles John Scher- man, 96, formerly of Sentinel Butte, passed away on Monday, March 22, 2021, at Hill Top Home of Comfort in Killdeer. Visitation was held from 3-5 pm. on Monday, March 29, at Silha Fu— neral Home in, Beach with (a vigil serviceat 7:30 pm. (at St, Mary’s Catholic Churchvin Golva. Mass of U ChristianBurial was heldat‘l 1am. on ,Tuesday, March 30, at’St. Mary’s with the Rev. Dan Berg officiating. Rite of Comrrrittal was at St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery. Silha Funeral Home of Beach was entrusted with the arrangements. ’ Charles was born on May 24, 1924, on the farm in Alpha to Mamie (Otremba) and Edward Scherman. He was the oldest of seven children: Alice, Eddie, Marvin, Eileen, May- nard and Louise. After Charles grad- uated from Beach High School, he joined the U.S. Navy in WWII. He served for two years in Chicago, 111., and then returned home and farmed with his dad. In 1948, Charles started to farm on his own. He also raised pigs and cattle, and helped Holger Johnson with potato harvests. He farmed and raised livestock for over 50 years. Charles met Mary Gamroth and they were united in marriage on June 14, 1949, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Golva. Charlie and Mary made their home in Sentinel Butte. Charles was a member of several service organizations such as the Golden Valley Hospital Board, 10 years on the Bullion School District, 14 years as treasurer of Bullion Township, 10 years on the Commu- nity Committee, and 10 years as trustee for Most Holy Redeemer. He was on the building committee of St. Mary’s and served 11 years as trustee for St. Mary’s as well as a rosary leader, reader, Mass server and greeter. Charles was a charter mem- ber of Knights of Columbus and held many offices during his membership: outside guard, warden, recorder, deputy grand knight and grand knight. He was awarded Knight of the Year in 1984 and Knights of Columbus Family of the Year in 1974. In addition, he was special deputy sheriff for Golden Valley County for over 30 years and policed dances in Alpha, Golva and Sentinel Butte. He was also a fieldman for the Golden Valley ASCS Office; meas- uring fields and grain bins. Charlie is survived by his four children, Linda (Glenn) Gietzen of tfit mamm - M Farmers Union Oil Co. 701-872-4471 Interstate Cenex . 701-872-3590 \.l 001' STUFF PIZZA. 701-872-3190 Hot Stuff Pizza OBITUARIES -~ Shumway and Katrina. They found their home in March 2000 in Terry, Mont., where they raised their children until 2010. In June 2010 they moved to 'Sentinel Butte, where they continued to raise their daughter until she grad- uated. They retired to Terry in 2013. Zane was a proud father and grandfather of his children. He is sur- vived by his wife Tessa, his three children Josh, Katrina and Matt, and their spouses, Melissa, Nathan and Sabrina. He is also survived by his four grandchildren Hunter, Weston, Kasia and Bradyn. Arrangements are with Ladbury Funeral Service, Dickinson, www.1adburyfuneralservice .com; 1133 1-94 Business Loop East; Dick— inson, ND 58601. Halliday; Lorraine Scherrnan of Beach; Terrance Scherrnan of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; and Dale (Denise) Scherrnan of Ottertail, Minn.; eight grandchildren: Christopher (LeAnne) Gietzen; Michael (Ashley) Gietzen; Matthew Gietzen; Donna (J .D). Mathis; Rachael (Dan) Dolechek; Veronica (Erick) Tijerina; Jason (Carmen) Scherrnan; and Ryan (Jill) S‘cherman; 18 great-grandchil- dren: Justice, Dante, Sirena, Jaxen, Tré, Terric, Sheridan, Isabelle, Char~ lie ROSe, Alaina, Josephine, Destin, Taryn, Wyatt, Annah, Selah, Adiah; and his sisters Eileen (Jim) Goroski and Louise Paul. ‘ Charlie is preceded in death by his wife of 64 years, Mary; his par- ents Edward and Marnie; his sister Alice; his brothers Eddie, Marvin and Maynard; one great—great grand— son, Hayden; .and brother-in-law, Jerry Paul. ._ I Live streaming‘of the service is available with pre-approval on the Tri-Parish Beach-Golva-Medora Facebook page: Tri-Parish Catholic Beach-Golva—Medora (Facebookcom) . Memorials are suggested to go to the Golden Valley Manor: 260 5th Street SW, Beach, ND 58621 or Hill Top Home of Comfort: 95 Hilltop Drive, Killdeer, ND 58640. Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at: wwwsilhafuneralhomes.com. SERVING SOUTHWESTERN NORTH DAKOTA AND SOUTHEASTERN MONTANA 701—483—7900 866—483—7900 ' S Golden Valley News Marilyn Frances (Noll) Rising/Carlson GOLVA Marilyn Frances (Noll) Rising/Carlson, 84, passed away from her earthly life on March 23, 2021, at the Wibaux County Nursing Home. Visitation was held from 5-7 pm. on Friday, March 26, with a vigil service at 7 pm. at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Golva. Mass of Christian Burial was held at 11 am. on Saturday, March 27, at St. Mary's Catholic Church with the Rev. Dan Berg officiating. Rite of Committal took place at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery. Silha Funeral Home of Beach was entrusted with the arrangements. Marilyn was born to Fred and Teckla (Nistler) Noll on Aug. 26, 1936, the oldest of seven children. Marilyn attended school in Golva, graduating with the class of 1954. That fall, she was off to college at Dickinson State. It was a short stay, as in November, Marilyn’s brother Rick was born, and Marilyn’s mother ' passed away in childbirth. The next day, Marilyn moved home from col- lege to care for her siblings, Jerry, Judy, Janet,-Kathy and baby Rick. Marilyn dated Edwin Rising while in high school. Eddie worked for the Northern Pacific Railway until March 1952, when he was in- ducted into the armed services for two years. In 1955, Eddie returned from Korea and as they had al- waysplanned, were married on May 26, 1955. Marilyn and Edwin lived in Golva where they ran their busi- ness, Eddie’s Oil Company. Eventu- ally Ed and Marilyn started their own family. While supporting their first family, six more children were wel— comed to this union. Her first son (baby brother) Rick Noll married Elaine Barthel. They have four chil- dren: Heidi (Patrick) Currie, Sarah McCaskey, Tyler (Denise), and Brit- tany (Brett) Collins. Robert was born in August 1956. He married Deborah Peters. They have three sons: Brent, Dustin and Jordan. In September 1957, Cheryl was born. She is married to Mike Bostyan. They have two children: Becky (Tim) Lilly and Lucas (Jennifer) Bostyan. In July 1958, Rodney was born. He married Kathleen Ausmun- stad. Kathy had two children: Corey and Holly (Bob) Steier. Holly and Bob have two children: Shelby and Kamryn. In May 1959, Steven was born. He is married to Renata Fisher. They have two daughters: Rachel and Brandi. Gary was bornin No- vember 1961. He is married to Lori Binstock. They have three daughters: Jill, Paige and Megan. Mary Kay was born in November 1962. She married Ron Barthel. They have Billings County School District Honor Roll For third quarter: Highest Honors: Prairie School: Shay Burian, Shyenna Burian, Christine Palahniuk, Samantha Romanyshyn DeMores School: Hadley Talking- ton, Eli Bock ' High Honors: Prairie School: Cash Kuck, Wyatt ’ Reis, Sam'Simnioniw Demores School: Garett Bargmann, Clay Richard, Stetson Bargmann, Sutton Johnson Honors: Prairie School: Morgan Vesey DeMores School: Rubi Johnson W3 FUNERAL HONlE. INC. & C RE N1 ATO RY WWW.STEVEN SON FUN ERALHOME.COM Area 7-day Forecast Mostly Sunny Friday Thursday Sunny 67/35 Precip Chance: 5% 69/38 Pmcip Chance: 0'4 . Saturday three children: Joshua, Lacey and Alex. Edwin passed away suddenly at home on_Dec. 10, 2002. Years later, Marilyn was reacquainted with life— long friend Charley Carlson. They were united in marriage on June 16, p 2006. Marilyn was blessed with a stepdaughter, Gayle (Gerry) Barthel, and two stepsons, Gregg (Virginia) Carlson and Gary “Pete” (Amanda) Carlson. Together they made their home in Beach, until the time of his death in September 2013. Marilyn enjoyed family. She had many extras in her house over the years, and always made room for more. Marilyn was an excellent homemaker. She cleaned, cooked, baked, ironed and proudly kept an immaculate home. Marilyn’s hobbies were living her faith, crocheting, making rosaries and being the best mother and grandmother around. Her grandchildren and great-grandchil— dren were her life. Marilyn was blessed with 19 grandchildren and 32 great-grandchildren. Marilyn was a member of St. Anne’s Altar Society and served on the Golva City Council for many years. She worked for Charley Bush doing housekeeping and office du- ties ,- and‘worked with her twin sisters at Page Two, a resale store in Beach. Marilyn moved to the Golden Valley Manor in February 2016. Her last earthly home was the Wibaux ’ County Nursing Home. Marilyn was preceded in death by her parents, Fred and Teckla; hus- bands, Edwin and Charley; and sis— ters, infant Margaret Ann, and Kathleen Leom. Live streaming of the service is available with pre-approval on- the Tri-Parish Beach—Golva—Medora Facebook Page: Tri-Parish Catholic Beach-Golva-Medora (facebookcom). Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at: www.silhafuneralhomes.com. 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 4, 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, PO. 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 Email: ‘ goldenandbiIlings@gmail.com Subscriptions: - 1 year: 538 Golden Valley County - 1 year: $40 elsewhere in North Dakota - 1 year: $44 out-of-state and snowbirds - 9 months: $27 ln-state college rate The Golden Valley News is a proud member of the North Dakota Newspaper Association. All content is copyrighted. Established Oct. 8 1936. This \Vcck's Local Fore ‘ast Sunday Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Mostly Cloudy Scattered Rain 71/40 Precip C hancc: 5% 70/38 Precip Chance: 5% Monday 72/41 l’rcci p Chance: 0% ' EWS April 1, 2021 Agency has not accepted unaccompanied , undocumented children BISMARCK — The North Dakota Department of Human Serv- ices said on March 30 that while it works to support the resettlement of refugees and other individuals who are legally authorized to enter the country, the state has not accepted unaccompanied undocumented chil— dren from the United States’ south- ern border. Recent news stories had included speculation about federal plans for sheltering unaccompanied undocu— mented children and youth who en- tered the U.S. unlawfully and were detained at the southern border. “The state has not accepted unac- companied undocumented youth from the southern border and does not have the facilities or capacity to serve more children than the North Dakota children already being cared for in qualified residential treatment programs,” said DHS Executive Di- rector Chris Jones. Jones said, North Dakota was one of the first states to implement the federal Family First Prevention Serv- ices Act, which refocused the state’s child welfare system on serving chil- dren safely in their communities in family homes. Over the past eight years, North Dakota has reduced the number of licensed beds for children and youth by 212 beds by shifting services away from institutional set- tings toward community-based treat- ment and support services for children and youth. As a result, the state currently has 76 licensed qualified residential treatment program beds to serve eli- gible North Dakota children and youth and has no residential child care facility beds, which were elimi— nated in 2019. Jones acknowledged he’s been receiving calls because of confusion about the differences between refugees and asylees who are legally approved to live in the country, and undocumented individuals who are not in the U.S. legally. Refugees enter the U.S. legally with U.S. State Department ap- proval, after completing a rigorous background check and sometimes after living for years in United Na— tions-sanctioned refugee camps. Refugees are unable to live in their own countries due to persecution be- cause of their race, religion, nation- ality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group. Through international hu— manitarian efforts, refugees are re- settled to the U.S. and other countries. \ After Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota ceased operations in January 2021, DHS assumed admin- istration of some federally funded refugee resettlement services. DHS works with partner agencies to provide an array of temporary re— settlement support services promot- ing economic self-sufficiency and community integration, such as em- ployment services, English language learning services, case management and more. DHS also administers the unaccompanied refugee minor pro- gram, which is foster care for quali~ fying refugees under age 18, and 18+ services for qualifying young adults. The federal government has au- thorized Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services’ office in North Dakota to resettle refugees approved by the U.S. State Department. Wathrd City woman +injUred..in crash; WILLISTON A crash 6 miles south of Williston injured a young woman Wednesday, March 17, at about 9:36 pm. The N.D. Highway Patrol said that Sierra Vaughn, 23, of Watford City was traveling from Watford City to Williston northbound on Highway 85 in a 1996 Geo Prism, with a pas— senger, Makayla Pacheco, 19, of Watford City. A 2001 Peterbilt pump truck, pulling a full trailer, driven by Pay- den Dansie, 33, of Williston, was traveling northbound from Alexan— der to Williston on Highway 85. The semi and trailer slowed to around 45 mph on the four-lane highway for deer in the ditch and another vehicle on the shoulder with hazard lights on. The Geo Prism was traveling at El LIFJEIEI’JLFLIEPEJEIEDU'JLI'JLFLEFJLFLIEF‘UEFLIETEPLFUEFLFLFLPLFLFLEIEPLFLFLFLFLDmLP 3€fi50 Tuesday Few Snow Showers 70/37 69/38 Prccip (’hnncefill‘ft LPEJFJ'JLF'LF'LlFfl—JLF-‘LlflljLEFLFLFLPLIEFLFLIEIEIEIEEFLFEJEFUEFUEFLF Free, Free Free! 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