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August 27, 2009 Page 5 Courthouse News We are still keeping busy here at the Manor with our activities and outings. We are hoping the weather cooperates as we have a few more outings we hope to do yet this month and in September. We started our Thursday off with Mass at 9 a.m., followed by exercises and shopping later in the morning. We celebrated our August birthdays at our noon hour meal with cake and ice cream. Our August birthdays are Pat Kukowski, Marian Wosepka, Rachel Ganser and Violet Schmeling. Marian enjoyed having daughters Mary Ann Schillo, Susan Schulte, and Linda Filkowski and daughter-in-law Peg Wosepka join her for dinner. We enjoyed playing Rummikub, Pinochle, and other board games in the afternoon. Root beer floats were a special treat on a Last weekend, Christine Finneman accompanied Paul and Mary Lee Schmitz to Big Timber, Mont., where they attended the Barthel family' reunion. Siblings were all present with the exception of her brothel', Lawerence, who was having a problem with a severe nosebleed, which we hope is all taken care of by now. Rick, Linda, Jacob and Sammy Stoveland joined Rick's aunt Maxine Erdmann, her son, Jeffrey and his wife Rachel. along with Gerald and Judy Curt for breakfast at the Flying J on Saturday morning. The Erdmanns are from the Winona, Minn.. area and were supper guests at the Curl home on Friday evening. Maxine and Judy are sisters. They left after breakfas( I , for Fargo where the), attended a wed- ding, returning home on Sunday. Harry and Elaine Zachmann and l Paul and Mary Lee Schmitz enjoyed We've had some more rain and wind this past week, which also brought some cooler temperatures. ,~.weeek, summer is supposal tO 'i'l~t~tfi, for at least thin ~'eelt; 0r so. The way this summer has been going, it's almost anyone's guess as to what may come next. It brings to mind a little story I heard about a young man who was traveling and stopped in a small town, which had boasted of an eld- erly gentleman who used to pre- dict, with 100 percent accuracy, the weather. The young fellow looked the elderly man up, and visited him, asking him if this story was true. The older one looked at the younger one, and replied. "'Son, when God was a-runnin' this coun- try, Ah could predict it all correct. But with these politicians runnin' things, a body can't predict nothin' right." Jim and Marj Wyckoff drove to hot summer afternoon. Friday morning hair ladies were Gloria Hendry and Marlene Muruato. Vic and Velma Bruski from Huntly, Mont., were here to visit Florence Miske. Pastor Andy Lam, Sherisa, Chloe and Colleen Lam were here for Friday evening Devotions. John and Wynona Foster provided the music. There was word and commun- ion on Sunday morning. Sharon and Maurice Lardy visited the Ed Dietzes. Mailyn and Matt Kaiser from Dickinson spent time with Eleanor Kuch. Violet Schmeling's guests were Joe Bostyan and Val Whetter. Vicki, Joann Smith and the resi- dents had their monthly Resident Council meeting on Monday morn- ing. In the afternoon Mike Hardy's son came to do a Magic Show for supper at the Golva Bar and Grill one evening last week. It is so good to see Harry, out and about. Janice Stedman has been assisting Patti Lorbecki with serving the noon luncheon at the Golva Bar and Grill. St. Mary's Altar Society hosted bingo at the Manor on Tuesday. Some of those helping were Mike and Doris Berger, Charley and Marilyn Carlson and Elaine Noll. They served lunch to the residents after the bingo. Others helped also. The students and teachers of the Golva School began the new school term on Thursday, Aug. 20. Where did the summer go? Probably trying to keep warm! Rob Curl of Bismarck came Thursday to help with the Stoveland hmwest. He will return to Bismarck on Sunday. Holger and Marion Johnson Dickinson Friday to enjoy supper at the home of their son, Tom and Lynn Wyckoff. Lois WaJ~er~,was also a~-gde~ ~,the famii3~lpe~ Tom celebrate his birthdaf! I :i Don and Rella Abernethy wel- comed fi'iends Don and Carol Mattern from Devils Lake to their home on Saturday, the 15th. Don and Rella Abernethy, Bob and Sally Abernethy, Don and Carol Mattern. and Jan Abernethy and son from Colorado all traveled to Killdeer to visit with Burns Abernethy. Donna and Greg Hickman from Los Lunas, NM., arrived at the home of Mary Cook, and Judy and Terry Mollendor, late Sunday evening. Mary is Donna's mother, and Judy, her sister. The couple plans to spend their time visiting with relatives and friends in the area while here. Don and Rella Abernethy tray- the residents. We always enjoy and welcome having people come and share these kind of things with us. St. Mary's ladies were here for bingo and served a delicious lunch for us. On Tuesday, the residents had exercises followed by adoration in the Chapel. In the afternoon they enjoyed some card and board games. Joanne Lowman took Anna out for lunch and brought us some Gospel music tapes. The Cornell family from Washington stopped in to visit Charlotte Langerud. Bev Maxted visited Gertrude iacobs. Pastor Hojnacki was here for our Tuesday evening devotions, and Gloria Ueckert played piano. Gloria Hendry and Bethene Sperry played bingo with the residents on Wednesday after- noon, attended the Senior Citizens dinner and meeting at the Senior Citizens Center on Tuesday. Bingo was played alter the meeting, and Holger won the blackout. The Golden Valley County Fair, which was held from Friday to Sunday was a busy time for the members of the Dakota Kids 4-H Club. They were busy shampooing and grooming the various animals as well as getting their other exhibits ready to be judged, I hope everyone was able to attend the fair to see how our kids fared. That always brings back memories of getting ready for the fair. It was fun but hectic to say the least. The following has been proven over and over in my years as a farmer's daughter, wife and daugh- ter-in-law: "You might be a farmer if you have driven off the road while examining your neighbors crops!" eled to Minot Thursday to keep an eye appointment for Don. The results of tii'S" ~c~gt '~6re good. Th@ stayed witb~ friends Ted andt'Bev Trifi~ka wh~d~e~}e~]and 'also v(~ited with Jody Bragg, who came over one evening to enjoy supper with the Trinkas and Abernethys. Troy and Sara Lundbee visited with Don and Rella Abernethy while they were staying at the Ted and Bey Trinka home near Devils Lake. If you have an), news that you'd like to share, call me at the news office at 872-3755 on Friday morn- ings, or on Thursday evenings between 8-9:30 p.m. at my home at 872-3322. 1 may be discontinuing the Sentinel Butte column, or at least do a once a month column. Thought for the week: Millions who long for immortallY" do not know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon. Jena Kasper Kasper named Billings County Teen USA BELFIELD Jena Kasper of Belfield has been named Billings County Teen USA. She is the daughter of James and Carol Kasper. She will compete as a contestant in the statewide 2010 Crowning of Miss ND USA and Miss ND Teen USA on Nov. 28. 2009, at 6 p.m. at NDSU Festival Concert Hall in Fargo. Contestants in the Teen Division must be between the ages of 14-19, and for the Miss Division between the ages of 19-26. Judging for the title is based on intelligence, beau- ty, physical fitness, personal style, and charisma in the categories of swimsuit, evening gown and inter- view. Each state's titleholders will go on to compete in the national Miss USA and MISS Teen USA pageants held by the Miss Universe Organization. h for contestants under way The Mrs:, Miss, and "Miss Teen North Dakota Internatioffal':Pageant is accepting applications for the 2010 state pageant. The pageant will be held Nov. -t~ 21 in Fargo. Visit the Web site to learn more. For additional infornmtion e- mail ndintlpageants@ or call Kathy Yohe or Allison Harmon, executive state directors at (701) 232-3196 or (701) 866- 0334. FREE DIRECTV 5 MONTHS! ALL 265+ DIGITAL CHANNELS! 130 HD CHANNELS! Plus HBO. Cinemax, D I R E C T II/Showtime & Starzt ALL FREE FOR 5 MONTHS! Ask How FREE DVR/HD We're Local Installers! Toll Free 800-973-8012 Even small ads can The following are cases closed in Southwest District Court in Golden Valley County during July: Exhibition Driving: Dustin Brace. Bismarck. ND Driving without Operator's Barry, . ~'~Westm~nisler, BC. Beau Obrien&*Somh He~tt,: ND, Lauren Flanagan. St.0 Pauk Minn.. Rvan Roller. Dickinso~l, ND, Ran~lall I Smith, Grand Forks. ND, Harlan Haak. Mandan. ND. , ',' Disregarded Stoic(Sign: George Speed"ing:~TL Andrew; "/:?Heidloff Wayne McCulley,-Clinton, AR. George, lowa,!T)~o~$: msha, Brandy Vandersloot, Dickinson, NDI Minor, ND2OKaty~i Sentinel Warren Kind, Minnetonka, Minn., Bruce Kirby, Burlington, KY, Failed to have Driver's License in Possession: Randi Keller, Sidney; Mont.. Failure to merge for authorized emergency vehicle: Kase~ Carlson, Mounsview, Minn. Operator failed to wear seat belt: Andrew Zachmann. Beach. ND Driving under the influence of liquor or drugs: Ross Ueckert. Beach. ND Driving while license is sus- pended: Ross Ueckert, Beach. ND. Crystal Overbo. Beach. Disorderly Conduct: Shen'y Smith, Beach. ND, Erin Sheppard. Beach. ND Preventing arrest or discharge of other duties: Sherry Smith. Beach. ND. Speeding: Eric Nkurunzlza. Magna Utah. Loren Mecklenburg, Morris Minn.. Francis Doney JR, Harlem. Mont.. Eric O'Brien. Becker. Minn.. Cory Torella. Clarksville. TN. Matthew Gilkinson, Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Craig Robinson. Baker. Mont., Gary Leep, Milwaukee. Wisc, Michael Braden. Beach. ND, Kendall Brown. Chaska. Minn.. Laura Darvis. Medicine Lake. Mont.. James Donovan. Brainerd. Minn.. Lynda Hepp. Post Falls. ID. David Edwards. Zahl. ND. Travis Olson, Sentinel Butte. ND, Eugenia Rojic. Wibaux, Mont., Marsha Krance, South Heart. ND. Gary Maus. Golva. ND. Doyle Agnew. Vermillion. OH. Todd Hagness. West Wendover. NV. Tina Bertelson, Wibaux. Mont.. Walter Rojic, Beach. ND, Sean Levake, Hopkins. Minn.. Terrill Berger, Bismarck, ND. Susan "Martie, Bonduel. Wisc.. Phillip Butte. ND. Meik Spanowsky, P12~mouth, Minn.. Shanda Bondell, Baker. Mont., Salim Lalani. Bozeman, Mont.. Harry Gussett. Brazoria. TX. Brian Anderson. Waconia. Minn., Evamaria Harthaus. Hamburg, NJ, Jeffrey So wden. Billings, Mont.. Kent Anderson. Medora. ND, Jay Transtrom. Arnegard, ND. Jonas, Runquist, Edina. Minn.. Thomas, Staigle, Glendive. Mont.. Bong, Hong, Winnipeg, MB, Richard Verceltotti. Plainfield. ILL. Jacob, Kappel, Crystal, Minn.. John Laney, Rice Lake. Wisc.. Leiva, Monttifar, Casper. WY. Justin Flaming, Wibaux. Mont. Delbert Stedman. Golva. ND. Paul Scott. Riverside. CA. Dale Dolecheck, Dickinson. ND, Kimberly Fike. Sidney, Mont.. Barry McMillan. Laurel, Mont., Minor, Sentinel Butte. ND. Adam Vogel. Glendive. Mont.. Peter Lavezzoli. Oakland Park. FL. David Ogle. Assiniboia. SK, Michael, Frey, Bismarck. ND. Karsa Peterson, Bismarck. ND. Melissa Cherrey, Fairview, Mont.. Rebecca Bersch. Burnsville. Minn.. Nathanael Peterson, Wibaux. Mont.. Teal Waldal. Beach, ND. Abbey Weiss. Belleville. Wisc ....... Brendan Vanwagner. Glendive. Mont., Erin Buss. Madison. Wisc.. Daniel Horst. Raeford. NC. Walter. Hanna. Sheboygan. Wisc., David Fanning, HmTin. ILL. AB, Billings, Mont.. Robbin Lindula. Puyallup, WA. Cassandra Amo. Appleton, Wisc.. Charles Crocker. Killdeer. ND. Melanie Espinosa. 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