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Page 2 Golden Valley News May 17, 2018 SIDNEY, Mont. - Funeral serv- ices for Delores Barnhart, 78, of Sid- ney were at 11 a.m Wednesday, May 16, 2018, at St. Matthew's Catholic Church with the Rev. Jim O'Neil officiating. Interment of cremains will be held at a later date. In lieu of flow- ers, the family requests you honor the charity of your choice with a do- nation in Delores' memory. Fulker- son-Stevenson Funeral Home of Sidney is entrusted with the arrange- ments. Remembrances, condolences and pictures may be shared with the family at www.fulkersons.com. Delores Barnhart was born in Dickinson on Sept. 1, 1939, the third (and last) daughter of Nick and Margaret (Schwindt) Weiler. She graduated from Dickinson High School in 1958, where her self-writ- ten prophecy was to be married to Clifford Barnhart with two kids - a girl and a boy within five years. And - married to Clifford Barn- hart she was for 60 years this June. While Delores' life, like all of us, is marked by important dates: gradua- tions, weddings, career, chil- drens'/grandchildrens' births - this is not what defined her. Her outgo- ing nature and loving concern for anyone she met was one of her most endearing traits to her family. Her heart reached out to all with a gen- tleness of spirit. If you asked her what her greatest accomplishment was, her reply would be her deep love for the man she was married to for 60 years, her lifelong partner who stood by her through the last 12 years of illness and hospitals with love, encouragement, handholding and continued gentle care; her chil- dren who will all be married 30-plus years in 2018 - something she was so proud of and planned to celebrate in June, her grandchildren who do no wrong in her eyes, whom she spoiled with ice cream for breakfast and an inability to refuse them any- thing, who turned to her for advice and unconditional love. Delores was active in PEO, a philanthropic education organiza- tion, promoting the education of women. She overcame her fear of speaking in front of large groups to become state president of this or- ganization whose mission was dear to her heart. Hospital stays, more frequent in recent years, would find her visiting with her caretakers about continuing their education and providing information about how PEO could help with a grant or a loan. Delores served as a mentor to these young women; one young lady became very dear to her as De- lores encouraged her to work for her RN degree. Throughout her life, Delores leaned on her strong faith as she faced adversity, joy, challenges and trials. Her involvement in Catholic Daughters was important to her - again, always serving others. Her love for all she met and her caring, nurturing nature found her volun- teering for her church, the local hos- pital and as the first woman to serve on the Richland Credit Union board. Delores passed away at her home in her husband's arms on Friday, May 11,2018. Delores leaves behind her hus- band and partner Clifford of Sidney, as well as a legacy of children and grandchildren who strive to reflect the values they learned from this gracious woman: her daughter Nicki (Paul) Beyer; sons Ken (Jean Whiteman) and Thom (Jeana Dem- ing) all of Sidney; and son Russ (Lisa Gingerich) Inver Grove Heights, Minn. The grandchildren who sat on grandma's lap of whom she was so proud: Cole Beyer (Vi- viane Manfre and Lucca); Aaron Barnhart; Stephanie Barnhart (David Waiters and Oliver); Jessica Barnhart'; Niall Beyer (Amber Ryckman); Ashley Barnhart; Mi- randa Barnhart; Logan Barnhart, Lauryn Barnhart and Suttyn Barn- hart. Peter Bernard Schieffer WlBAUX, Mont. - Peter Bernard Schieffer, 83, of Wibaux, Mont passed away on Tuesday, May 8, 2018, at his home. Visitation was held 3-5 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. on Friday, May 11, at Silha Funeral Home in Wibaux. Mass of Christian Burial was held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 12, at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Wibaux with the Rev. Xavier Arimboor officiating. Rite of Committal followed services at the Wibaux Cemetery. Silha Fu- neral Home of Wibaux was en- trusted with the arrangements. Peter was born on Feb. 16, 1935, in Beach to Peter H. and Theresa (Kremers) Schieffer. He attended school through the eighth grade in Beach. On Aug. 24, 1956, he mar- ried Ruth A. Wyckoff in San Diego, Calif where he was stationed. Pete served from November 1955 until August 1957 as a machinist mate in the United States Navy. Upon re- turning to Wibaux, he worked for Daniel Oilfield Service and the state of Montana Highway Department. In June 1957 he began employment with the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service. Pete pro- vided service to farmers and ranch- ers in Wibaux County for over 33 years. Pete retired on June 31, 1990 , and started full-time ranching and farming. When he was not working full time, you could find him behind the wheel of a school bus driving to sports activities or his route. Pete was a member of numerous organizations. In Jaycees he re- ceived an Outstanding Jaycee Award. He was a member of the Wibaux Volunteer Fire Department for 26 years, a city councilman for 17 years, served for the soil district Ruth Tungsvik Carlson BISMARCK - A memorial service for Ruth Tungsvik Carlson, who was born on Sept. 30, 1917, in Golva, and passed away on Nov. 30, 2017, in Rapi.d City, S.D will be held at 10:30 a.m on May 19, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Bismarck. Alzheimer's to be h Id in ntation h The Alzheimer's Association Strategies is a program provided by will offer a free presentation titled, the Alzheimer's Association that Effective Communication Strate- explores how communication takes gies. This free presentation will place when someone has take place on Thursday, May 22, Alzheimer's disease. By the end of from 2-3 p.m. at the Golden Valley the program, attendees will be able Manor, 260 5th Street SW. to: This presentation is for health- - Explain the communication care professionals; registration is changes that take place throughout required. This project is supported the course of the disease. by funding granted through the - Decode the verbal and behav- North Dakota Department of ioral messages delivered by some- Human Services,Aging Service Di- one with dementia and respond in vision, ways that are helpful to the person. Call 1-800-272-3900 to register - Identify strategies to connect for the class, and communicate at each stage of Effective Communication the disease. Woman injured in rollover By News/Pioneer Staff and overcorrected, losing control of BISMARCK - At approximately the vehicle. 3:45 p.m Friday, May 11, a one - The Buick entered the north ditch vehicle rollover resulted in injuries and overturned, coming to rest on its 12 miles east of Bismarck. roof. The Burleigh County Sheriff's A 2004 Buick LeSabre, driven by Department, Bismarck r ural f ire Patricia J. Westerholm, 66, Fargo, and the Bismarck Metro Ambulance drifted over the median fog line. The Service responded to the scene~. North Dakota Highway Patrol re- Westerholm was transported by am- ported that Westerholm was travel- bulance to Sanford Hospital in Bis- ing westbound on I nterstate 94, and marck for injuries sustained in the steered right as the car began to drift, crash. Vehicle burns on highway By News/Pioneer Staff cle. The Morton County Sheriff's MANDAN-OnFriday, May 11, Department and New Salem Fire at 7:14 p.m. about 15 miles west of Department responded to the scene, Mandan, a motorist, Trevor Susla, and the Fire Department put out the 21, from Chanhassen, Minn was vehicle fire. The vehicle was burned traveling eastbound on Interstate 94, completely. Eastbound Interstate 94 when he observed flames coming was briefly closed for approxi- from the area'of his cellular phone mately 10 minutes before being re- charger in the center console of hi~ opened to normal traffic flow. No vehicle; a 2008 Nissan X-Terra. injuries resulted from the incident. The North Dakota Highway Pa- This incident remains under inves- trol reported that Susla pulled over tigation by the North Dakota High- on the shoulder and exited the vehi- way Patrol. DSU's outstanding graduates named DICKINSON - Seth Ehlang and departments for exceptional per- Mackenzie Hicks were named Dick- formance in their fields of study. inson State University's (DSU) 2018 Ehlang, son of Michael and o utstanding g raduates at the Out- Shirley Ehlang of Billings, Mont standing Graduate awards ceremony graduated during the university's held Friday, May 11, in the Student fall commencement ceremony with Center Ballroom. a bachelor of science in biology The Outstanding Graduate Award and minors in chemistry and leader- is the highest honor bestowed on ship. two graduating seniors by the uni- Hicks, daughter of Scott and versity. Ehlang and Hicks were LeAnn Fitch of Hettinger, is gradu- nominated along with 19 other stu- ating with a bachelor of science in dents by faculty in their academic composite music education. Please support your local merchants, for over 40 years and was on the Wibaux County Fair Board for over By Jane M. Cook 40 years. He enjoyed spending time Reporter with his grandkids and having them Cheryl Planert and Emanuel Cul- visit, sharing his wisdom of farming, man have confirmed the sale of the ranching, hunting and small town Bijou Show-House building to a life. local couple, Nick and Sarah Hegel. Pete is preceded in death by a Some remodeling work has been son, Zachary; his parents, Theresa ongoing in the building, including and Peter H. and siblings, Cecilia the removal of theater seats. Erickson, Agnes Berg, Tony Schief- Sarah Hegel said they have been fer, Hank Schieffer, Catherine working on building during their off Rogers and Sylvester Schieffer. hours from their current jobs. More Pete is survived by his wife, regarding the plans for the building Ruth; two daughters, Cynthia Schi- effer of Spokane, Wash.; and Dolene (John) Anderson of Great Falls, Mont.; three grandchildren, Trevin 0il activity report (Maggie) Anderson of Lino Lakes, Minn.; Jauna Anderson and Justin The following relates to oil and Palin of Florence, Mont.; and Ethon gas well activity for the week of May Andersen of Helena, Mont.; his Bib- 6, in Stark, Golden Valley, Billings lings Betty Piesik of Glendive, Mont and Slope counties and is from re: .; Bill Schieffer of Beach; Paul ports of the N.D. Department of Min- (Elaine) Schieffer of Miles City, eral Resources: Mont.; and Patty (Curt) Foust and Saltwater disposal now aban- numerous nieces and nephews, doned: Memorials and condolences may #19585 Executive Drilling be shared with the family at: L.L.C Halek 5-22 1 SENE 22- www.silhafuneralhomes.com. 139N-97W, Stark County Beach theater has new owners may be shared when time allows, said Hegel. in prov= gles vaccine for seniors Dear Savvy Senior, A good friend of mine got a bad case of shingles last year and has been urging me to get vaccinated. Should I? Suspicious Susan Dear Susan, Yes! If you're 50 or older, there's a new shingles vaccine on the market that's far superior to the older vac- cine, so now is a great time to get in- oculated. Here's what you should know. Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, is a burning, blistering, often excruciating skin rash that affects around I million Americans each year. The same virus that causes chickenpox causes shingles. What happens is the chickenpox virus that most people get as kids never leaves the body. It hides in the nerve cells near the spinal cord and, for some people, emerges later in the t*orm of In the U.S almost one out of every three people will develop shin- gles during their lifetime. While any- one who's had chickenpox can get shingles, it most commonly occurs in people over age 50, along with peo- ple who have weakened immune sys- tems. But you can't catch shingles from Someone else. Early signs of the disease include pain, itching or tingling before a blis- tering rash appears several days later, and can last up to four weeks. The rash typically occurs on one side of the body, often as a band of blisters that extends from the middle of your back around to the breastbone. It can also appear above an eye or on the side of the face or neck. In addition to the rash, about 20 to 25 percent of those who get shingles go on to develop severe nerve pain (postherpetic neuralgia, or PHN) that can last for months or even years. Andin rare cases, shingles can also cause strokes, encephalitis, spinal cord damage and Vision loss.' " ~ New Shingles Vaccine The Food and Drug Administra- tion recently approved a new vaccine for shingles called Shingrix (see Shingrix.com), which provides much better protection than the older vac- cine, Zostavax. Manufactured by GlaxoSmithK- line, Shingrix is 97 percent effective in preventing shingles in people 50 to The deadline for sub- mitted copy and sto- ries and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872- 3755 or e-mail goldenand- billings@gmail.com. "Insurance nc. Term Life Insurance Universal Life Insurance Fixed Annuities Index Annuities IRAs Long-Term Care Ins. 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Box 156, Beach, N.D. 58621; goldenandbilling @gmail.com 69 years old, and 91 percent effective in those 70 and older. By comparison, Zostavax is 70 percent effective in your 50s; 64 per- cent effective in your 60s; 41 percent effective in your 70s; and 18 percent effective in your 80s. Shingrix is also better that Zostavax in preventing nerve pain that continues after a shingles rash has cleared - about 90 percent effec- tive versus 65 percent effective. Because of this enhanced protec- tion, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that everyone age 50 and older, receive the Shingrix vaccine, which is given in two doses, two to six months apart. Even if you've already had shin- gles, you still need these vaccinations because reoccurring cases are possi- ble. The CDC also recommends that anyone previously vaccinated with Zostavax be revaccinated with Shin- grix. You should also know that Shin- grix can cause some adverse side ef- fects for some people, including muscle pain, fatigue, headache, fever and upset stomach. Shingrix - which costs around $280 for both doses - is (or will soon be) covered by insurance including Medicare Part D prescription drug plans, but be aware that the shingles vaccines are not always well cov- ered. So before getting vaccinated, call your plan to find out if it's cov- ered, and if so, which pharmacies and doctors in your area you should use to insure the best coverage. Or, if you don't have health insur- ance or you're experiencing medical or financial hardship, you might qqalffy for GlaxoSmithKline's Pa- tient Assistance Program, which pro- vides free vaccinations to those who are eligible. For details, go to GSK- foryou.com. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Nor- man, OK 73070, or: visit SavvySe- nior.org. 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