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Page 2 July 2, 2009 Bernard "Bud" Kunick BEACH Bernard "Bud" Kunick. 79. passed away on Saturday, June 27, 2009. at his home in Beach. surrounded by his family. Visitation will be held from 9 a.m.- noon and 6-8 p.m., today, Thursday, July 2. at the chapel of the Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home in Beach. Funeral Services will held at 10 a.m.. Friday, July 3. at the United Community Church in Be/ch with Pastor Dave McGullion officiating. Interment will follow in the Sentinel Butte Cemetery. Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home of Beach is entrusted with arrange- ments. Bud was born on Jan. 1. 1930, in Sentinel Butte. the son of Emil and Janie (Rathbun) Kunick. He attend- ed Plainview Country School through the seventh grade and then quit school to work on the family farm and ranch with his father. Bud spent one year at the Assumption Abbey in Richardton, until con- tracting rheumatic fever. He never returned to formal schooling, but he spent the rest of his life learning the life-taught lessons. Bud spent one year in Grant's Pass. Ore.. where he owned and operated a well drilling business, returning to the ranch in the spring to do farming. On May 27. 1968. Bud married Alice Vandeberg and her five daugh- ters at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Williston; by the Rev Raymond Aydt. To this union, two more chil- dren were added, a daughter. Janie. and a son, Steven. They made their home on the family ranch, and after the death of Bud's father, Emil. Bud took over the operation until 2003 when he sold the ranch and moved into Beach. He spent his retirement attending livestock shows and auc- tions and helping friends and neigh- bors. Bud was a member of the Evangelical Church in Beach. Bud was preceded in death by one son. Steven in 1995: his par- ents: his stepmother. Iris Kunick: an infant brother. Emil Duane: his sis- ter. Darlene Myers: and his two dogs, Peanut and his constant com- panion for the last 12 years. Cocoa. Cocoa went to Heaven one week earlier to pave the way for Bud. Survivors and those grateful for having shared his life are his wife of 41 years. Alice Kunick: his six (laughters: Janie Kunick of Fargo; Tammy (Russ) Woodland of Walcott. N.D.; Becky (Richard) Swanson of Hettinger: Debra Hoelscher and Maxine (Jerry) Peterson. both of Beach: and Jackie (Craig) Ross of Bakersfield. Calif.: his five grandchildren: Jessica and Ashliegh Swanson of Hettinger; Brandon Hoelscher. stationed at Fort Knox. Ken.: Julie (Craig) Martin and Janelle (Aaron) McWilliams. both Of Bakersfield. Calif.: two greta-grandsons: Gavin Martin and Reilty McWilliams. both of Bakersfield: one sister. Eugenia (Albert) Rojic of Wibaux. Mont.: several nieces, one nephew. and one very special friend whom he proudly referred to as daughter #7. Lori Beth Watembach of Beach. According to Bud's wishes. memorials may be made to the Golden Valley Manor. the Badlands Ministries Bible camp, or the Golden Valley County Ambulance. Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at www.silvernale-silhafunerat- home .com. Helen {Miske) ....... BILLINGS, Mont: Helen (Miske) Guckeen. 90. died June 25. 2009, at the Eagle Cliff Manor as a result of a stroke and heart failure. Prior to her passing, she resided at Sage Tower for the past six years. Helen was born Aug. 1. 1918 in Greenbush, Minn.. the daughter of Charles and Martha Miske. She was the seventh of eight siblings. Helen moved to Montana in 1929, graduating from Wibaux High School in eastern Montana. She moved to Billings in 1940, where she met and married Harold Guckeen. They" were blessed with seven children. Helen worked hm'd to provide a strong Catholic educa- tion for her children. She traveled extensively throughout her life. Helen's joyful spirit and generosity affected the lives of many people. Helen cherished these fond memo- ries. Helen retired from her nursing home business in 1989 in California and returned to Billings with her husband. She was a member of V.F.W. and a volunteer for a hos- pice. She was a strong woman of faith. Helen served as a great model and mentor for all her children and those whose lives she touched. Respectful family members remaining are her sister. Clara Still of Billings, Mont.: sister-in-law Florence Miske of Beach; and her seven children. Terry Guckeen of Black Eagle. Mont.: Vaughn (Diane) Guckeen of Black Eagle, Mont.; Robert (Jeanne) Guckeen of Billings. Mont.: Carole Anne Stevens yon Eschen of St. Louis: Marcia (Les) Torgerson of Cold Spring, Minn.: Patricia (Brian) Schumacher of Palmer. Alaska: and Michael (Chela) Guckeen of Lynden, Wash.; 17 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. She will be in our hearts forever. Cremation has taken place. Memorial Mass  was held during daily Mass in the Day Chapel of St. Bernard's Parish. at 9 a.m.. Wednesday, July 1. Her remains will be placed with her husband's m the columbarium at Holy Cross Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the charity of one's choice. Condolences may be left for the family at Cleone Douglas IOWA CITY, Iowa - Cleone Douglas. 90. of Iowa City, former- ly of Carlyle. Mont.. died on June 27. 2009. at the Mercy Hospital in Iowa City. Visitation was held from 1-5 p.m. and 7:30-8:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 1. at the chapel of the Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home of Beach. A Family Communion Service was held at 8 p.m.. Wednesday, July 1, at the chapel of the Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home. Friends and family were welcome at the Communion Service. Funeral Services will be held at 10 a.m., today, Thursday, July 2. at the First Lutheran Church of Beach with Pastor Paul Peterson officiating, interment will follow at 1 p.m. in the Douglas Family Cemetery in Wibaux County, Mont.. near Carlyle. Mont. Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home of Beach is entrust- ed with the arrangements. Cleone was born on Feb. 4, 1919. in rural Golva; the daughter of Guy and Iva (Snow) Curl. She was raised and educated in the Golva community, having attend- ed Golva and Beach schools and graduating from Beach High School with the class of 1937. Cleone married Morris Douglas on Nov. 22. 1938. in Beach. She and her husband owned and operated a farm and ranch in the Carlyle com- munity their entire life. She and her husband were actively involved with the Golden Valley County 4-H Club. Cleone enjoyed cooking, sewing and attending the quilting circle in the First Lutheran Church. She loved having huge gardens and Hereford cattle. She had been very active in Eastern Star and served always as a caregiver for family as well as being a volunteer caregwer at the Golden Valley Manor in Beach. Cleone was preceded in death by her husband in August 1983. Following the death of her hus- band, Cleone established very deep and lasting relationships with a very special circle of friends in the area. She remained in her home on the ranch until 2003 when she moved to Iowa City to be near her daughter, but she con- tinued to matntain an active role m the ranch operation until the time of her death. During her time spent in Iowa City, Cleone received a service award provided by the Amana School for her work with- in the school. Cleone was preceded in death by a son, Duane in 2007, and two infant sisters. Survivors include her daughter, Arlene McBride and her husband Bunny of Iowa City; her son. Paul Douglas and his wife Joanne of Medora: her daughter-in-law. Sheryl Douglas of Sidney, Mont.: her brother. Gerald Curl and his wife Judy of Beach: eight grand- children and seven great-grand- children. Remembrances and condo- lences may be shared with the family at www.silvernale-sithafu- Direct farm sales handbook available BISMARCK The newly-pub- lished "Farm to Market,, North Dakota's Guide to Selling Local Food," a handbook of direct farm marketing, is now available from the North Dakota Department of Agriculture. "The growth of direct market- ing of agricultural products across the nation and here in North Dakota has been remarkable." said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. "Agricultural producers are increasingly using farmers markets, direct sales to restaurants and institutions, on-farm stands and other direct marketing tools and techniques to sell their pro- duce to consumers." Goehring said the 36-page booklet is a valuable reference both for experienced direct mar- keters as well as for producers considering direct marketing. "The information in this hand- book ranges from sales tax permits and other tax issues to food safety "egulations. he said. "Each sec- tion also includes contact informa- tion for appropriate state and local agencies." The publication can be down- loaded from /LocalFoodsInfo.htm. Print copies I / ( /iropr(lcl.ic(( hnic Natural Health Center ! 10 Central Ave. S. Beach. ND Ryan J. Begger BEACH - Ryan Jason Begger, 35. of Beach. passed away on Monday, June 22. 2009. at St. Alexius Medical Center in Bismarck. Visitation was held from 3-5 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. on Sunday, June 28. at the chapel of the Silvernale- Silha Funeral Home in Beach. Funeral Services were held at 2 p.m.. Monday, June 29, at the United Community Church in Beach with the Rev. Warren Maxted officiating. Interment followed in the Wibaux Cemetery in Wibaux. Mont. Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home of Beach was entrusted with arrangements. Ryan was born Aug. 23.1973. in Beach. the son of Ronald and Edith (Easton) Begger. He was raised and educated in Wibaux. Mont., gradu- ating from Wibaux County High School with the class of 1993. He lived his entire life in the Wibaux and Beach area. Ryan worked for H&R Drilling, helping to drill wells. He also helped to open and close graves. He worked as a cook at the Cowboy Caf and at Cenex in Beach. as a janitor at the rest area and The Backyard bar in Beach, and at Perkins in Dickinson. Ryan enjoyed fishing, hunting and golfing. He also enjoyed crib- bage, pool and pinochle. He espe- cially loved tormenting friends and family. He will be missed by all Ryan was preceded in death bv his father. Ronald Begger: his step- father. Rue Cale: his brother-in-law. Kenneth Barnes: and his grand- mother. Bernadine Easton. Ryan is survived by his mother. Edith Huether and her husband Jim of Wibaux: his sister. Laurie Barnes of Wibaux: his brother Ron Begger and his wife Julie of Belfield: his grandfather. Jim Easton of Beach: four nephews, two nieces and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at www.silvernale-silhafuneral- home .com. Farmers! You are invited to attend an Agri Pro Wheat Plot Tour. Monday, July 6th at the Don and Jean Hardy farm. Plot tour at 5 PM with food and refreshments to follow. Agri Pro representatives willconduct the tour. Dr. Kylie Simnioniw Dr. Jake Holkup Holistic services offered include: Applied Kinesiology Acupuncture Nutrition Consultation Cranial-Sacral Therapy Foot Orthotics Pediatric and Pregnancy M, W & F - 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m. T & Th - 7 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Sat. - 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. 1-701-872-7520 are available by contacting the North Dakota Department, 0[ Agriculture, 600 E. Boulevard Ave.. Dept. 602. Bismarck. ND 58505-0020: phone (800) 242- 7535: email: For more information or directions, . ,.. - , .- , call 701-872-4353. 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