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Page 16 May 21, 2009 invited to morial A Memorial Day celebration is - Memorial Day Address - Rod scheduled for Monday, May 25, at Landblom, a Vietnam veteran Lincoln Elementary School at 10 "God Bless America" - a.m. 'Audience The following is the program: Benediction - Post Chaplain - Presentation of colors - XGIs Ken Westrum - Pledge of Allegiance -Audience - Retire Colors - XGIs - Welcome - Don Brengle - Taps - Mary Lee Schmitz - Invocation - Post Chaplain Ken Services at the Beach Cemetery Westmm will follow immediately after the POW/MIA Tribute - Dawn program, continuing to the Sentinel Egan, Barb Stedman, Carol Weyer, Butte Cemetery about 11:15 a.m., Bev Wolff and the Golva Cemetery approxi- Patriotic Piano Selection - mately at noon. Gwen Lorenz A free-will lunch will be served at - "In Flanders Field" - Junior the Beach Legion Club from 11 a.m. Auxiliary member to 1 p.m. Friday evening, Linda Cook the Lowman home while Judy and and Jane Cook enjoyed the movie Mellisa were visiting with Mary "The Cross," which was playing at Cook. the Bijou Show House. This was a Monday night, Barry Schafer documentary on evangelist Arthur stopped in for a short visit with St. Mary's Catholic Church is located in downtown Medora. Blessit and his travels around the Don and Rella Abernethy at their (Photo by Richard Volesky) world carrying a 12-foot cross, home. Church and sharing the news of the Don Abernethy, BobSchmeling Gospel. and Gary Van Vleet traveled to (Continued from Page 1) Jim and Jan Johnson joined Williston to do some fishing in tion). In fact, it was Jim Butler, who 1985. Masses were now held in the Gene and Arlene Schmeling at the that area on Tuesday. was a carpenter by trade, who fur- Schafer Auditorium. Rainbow Club in Wibaux, Mont., Gerfie (John) Susa died nished the pews for the new church. Attendance slowly began to on Sunday for a Mother's Day buf- Wednesday at the Southwest Today, some of the original work build as more families moved into fet dinner. Healthcare Long Term Center in is still apparent and includes such the area, and especially with the Sunday evening, Don and RellaBowman. Services were held at things as the altar, belfry, outside closing of St. Michael's Church in Abernethy, Bob and Sally Bowman Lutheran Church on doors, the front pews, roof, and the Sentinel Butte in 1994, where fami- Abernethy, Bonnie Underwood Monday, May 18. basic windows, lies from that community chose St. and Barb Austin enjoyed supper Marj Wyckoff stopped in at the With the boom of tourism in the Mary's of Medora as their parish togetherat the Shamrock in home of Loretta Wyckoff on in the 1960s, the single Sunday church. Wibaux. Wednesday to help Loretta cele- service in St. Mary's Church for the In the fall and spring, Mass was Doug and Judy Johnson brate her birthday. summer months had become inade-held in the church building itself, enjoyed a Mother's Day dinner at Thursday evening, Jane Cook quate, with the summer of 1967 and continues to be done so today, the Rainbow Club on Sunday. attended a meeting of the finding worshippers clustered usually beginning after Easter, and Mary Cook, Jane Cook and American Legion Auxiliary. around the doors and windows due closing for the winter after the time David and Linda Cook enjoyed aAfterwards, Bev Wolff and Jane to lackofroominside.Anew sched- change. In 2008-09, it was decided breokfast buffet at the Flying J enjoyed supper at the La Playa ule was set in 1968 for a second to try to have Mass at least once a Sunday for Mother's Day. LaterRestaurant. service, and in 1969 a third one was month, holding services on the first that afternoon, Karen, Emily, and Ron and Ramona Kremer from added on Saturday evening. For a Saturday. Katie Davidson, Jeanne and Steve Lioti, Kan., stopped in to visit and while, this seemed to work. Starting around the first of May, Paulson from the Denver, Colo., stay overnight at the home of Don However, by 1983, all three serv- services are held each Saturday in area, David and Linda Cook, Jane and Rella Abernethy on Thursday ices in the summer were overflow- the church until Memorial Day,Cook, Melissa Lowman and evening. Friday morning the con- ing, and in 1984, the parishmade when it will then move to the Dakota Cory all stopped in to visit ple went to Beach to see Mert and arrangements with the Gold Seal Community Center. It lasts there with Mary Cook at her home. Paul Popiel before traveling on to Company (now the Theodore through the summer, then afterJim and Marj Wyckoff traveled Miles City, Mont. Rella and Mert Roosevelt Medora Foundation) to Labor Day, services are returned to to Dickinson Sunday and enjoyed are aunts of Ramona. hold M~iSs in the Old City Hall, the church. Mother's Day dinner at Days Inn Dean Wyckoff from Bismarck which was moved once again after (A source of information for this with Dean and Lisa Wyckoff, and stopped in Thursday evening to the building of the Medora story is the book Chapel in the Gabe, from Bismarck, Tom and visit with his parents, Jim and Community Center was finished in Badlands, by Raymond C. Backes.) Lynn Wyckoff from Dickinson, Marj Wyckoff. and Lynn's mother, Lois Walker, Dan and Grace Cash were also from Dickinson. Afterwards, scheduled to attend the NRA sil- Jim and Marj visited withTom and houette blackpowder shoot in Lynn at their home. Moffit, N.D., on Saturday, May Terry Mollendor and Lane 16. Lowman, along with kids and Thought of the week: The cross grandkids, made a Mother's Dayis a sign that provokes us to love, dinner for wives, Judy Mollendor to worship, to gratitude, to thanks- and Mellisa Lowman Sunday at giving, to service. Moose (Continued from Page 1) habitat like the Pembina Gorge and always remember to give them their the Turtle Mountains is decreas- space." ing," said Schwan. "Moose in the (Reprinted with permission of the plains areas, which would not be McKenzie County Farmer newspa- considered moose habitat, have per.) been steadily increasing over the past few years. An example of that is out of the 148 moose licenses Karaoke with Gary issued statewide, this year there are 70 for western North Dakota." According to Schwan, while it is Every -- - lrl u rsaay, unlikely residents will see another moose in town anytime soon, peo- 8:30 p.m. - 12:30 a.m. ple need to remember that moose are wildanimalsanditisdifficultto Beach legion Club predict their behavior. "Moose aren't particularly dan- Drink Specials & Prizes! gerous, but if they feel threatened they can attack and their legs are very powerful," said Schwan. "Moose are just like any other wild animal. You can enjoy them, but Western View A)ts Beach ND I'rof ,s ionall mana ud by Call Sandy Prairie Homes Management 872-4248 1-888-893-9501 TTY - -800-366-6888 Subscribe to the GVN today! Call 872-3755 for mmm more details & O e_p__e_nyour heart and home to a child in need! Foster & Adopted Homes Needed! Call Golden Valley County Social Services at 872-4121 for more information or Path at 701-225-3310. Call for Adoption AASK at 701-225-3310 May21,1959: Johnson, accompanied by Mrs. W1VIF Convention Byron Hogoboom at the organ. All at Sentinel Butte were from Sentinel Butte. There were 107 registered at the Book awards Were received by the Spring Convention of the Women's Sentinel Butte ladies for having the Missionary Federation, Tuesday, largest percentage of members pres- May 5, at Trinity Lutheran Church in ent and to Normanna WMF Of Dunn Sentinel Butte. Center for the greatest mileage. The delegation represented 13 Legion installs new officers local organizations of the Dickinson At the regular meeting of the Circuit: Harley Salzman-Badlands American The group assembled at 10 a.m. to Legion Post No. 5, held on hear the Rev. Loken of Beach preach Wednesday, May 13, the following the convention sermon. Mrs. W.F. officers were installed by 8th District Brown, president of the Sentinel Deputy LaVerne Stippich of Butte WMF, extended a welcome, Hettinger" Commander Harry and Mrs. Helge Myron of Taylor, Spiegelberg, Vice Commander John responded in behalf of all present. J. Johnson, Adjutant Don Brengle, A vocal duet by Edna Ramstad Finance Officer Barney Brunsvold, and Evelyn Nelson of Beach con- Chaplain - the Rev. GJ. Finnegan, cludedthemomingsession. Historian Dan Cafferty, Service In the afternoon the church was Officer WZ,. Eckes, and Sgt. at Arms filled to hear missionary Russell Charles Swanson. Sanoden describe his work in Japan. The post also voted at this meet- A special musical number was ren- ing to donate $1,000 to the Golden dered by Mrs. Einar Waldal and Carl Val!ey Hospital fund. Premium Barley ....... . .... $3.50 Milling Oats Feed Barley ............... $3.25 Feed Wheat Race Horse Oats B .......... $2:50 Race Horse Oats C .......... $2.25 ............... $2.00 ............... $4.00 Short on supplies for your home or office? We have available: copy paper, envelopes and poster or tagboard. We also can meet your printing needs for business cards, raffle tickets, posters, flyers and more. Golden Valley News Billings County Pioneer p.o. 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