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November 1, 2007 Page 5 Harvet Helpers Cows and calves near a garden in northeastern Billings County are quite interested in eat- ing vines leftover from a garden, and had been doing their best to pull the vines over a fence into their pasture. (Photo by Richard Volesky) Avenue, which has been long await- ed for. A new marriage law states that if Jane Cook stopped in at the Don and RellaAbernethy drove Legion Club Friday for supper and to Bismarck on Monday as Don studies, which were held at the won $10 playing bingo. Jan was to have surgery Tuesday. Rella home of Francis Dietz. Johnson and her sister Arlys Flaig stayed with her daughter, LaDonna Ted and Bev Trinka returned to also stoppped in at the Legion Club Fallgatter. Bobbi Hansen fromtheir home in Minot after spending to play some b!ngo. Belgrade, Mont was also there for some time with Burns Abernethy, Our prayers and sympathy go support as well as Bobbi's daugh- and Don and RellaAbernethy. That out to the family of Kevin Quade ter, Jennifer Hansen, who attends evening Sally Abernethy, Jim from Wibaux, who passed away the University of Mary, and stays Cook, Kerm Rink, Jerry Cook and suddenly last Friday. with LaDonna. Jim Abernethy all enjoyed supper Ted and Bev Trinka fromMinot,Mary Cook and her son, Jack with Burns Abernethy at the Kerm Rink, Jerry Cook, and Rod Cook, returned home Monday after Abernethy home north of Sentinel and Diane Brown were all Sunday going to Denver, Colo to see Butte. visitors at the home of Don and Jack's new granddaughter and Jane Cook, Mellisa and Lane Rella Abernethy. Mary's great-granddaughter, Lowman and sons, Christopher and Dean and Lisa Wyckoff stoppedCatherine Mary. Catherine's par- Tristen, stopped in Thursday in Sunday at the home of Jim and ents are Karen (Cook) and Greg evening to have some supperand to Marj Wyckoff to pick up their son Davidson, and sister Emily. While wish happy birthday to Terry (on Gabriel. Young Gabe was spending there, they also visited with Jack's the 23rd) and Judy (on the 26th) time with his grandparents while oldest daughter and husband, Tony Mollendor. Dean and Lisa enjoyed a shortand Tammy (Cook)Lemos. Don and Rella Abernethy, and vacation in Deadwood, S.D. Judy and Terry Mollendor alsoBobbi Hansen returned to the Don and Rella Abernethy, and returned home Monday after visit- Abernethy home Friday afternoon Ted and Bev Trinka were amonging with some of their family and from Bismarck where Don had the many who attended the friends near Johnstown, Colo.some surgery done. We all wish spaghetti dinner benefit for Carol Jim Abernethy from Denver him a very speedy recovery, Weyer and Gwen Lorenz. arrived Wednesday evening at the Marvin Hansen arrived later Friday Jim and Jan Johnson and Arlyshome of Don and Rella Abernethy evening from Belgrade. Flaig attended the spaghetti dinner and stayed with Burns while Don Thought for the week: God has a benefit at the First Lutheranand Rella were in Bismarck. purpose for my life, and being a Church in Beach, which was held Jane Cook and her mother MaryChristian I must strive to fulfill that for Weyer and Lorenz. Cook attended the first in this sea- purpose. one is a habitual drunkard they can't ~on's series of the "Why Catholic" June 20, 1913: John P. GalyenIt has been noted that the local under the Opera House, now has a assumes duties as postmaster of Bastille is a disgrace, but so too are $250 vulcanizing machine. Frank is Belfield succeeding Wm. Beebe. some of its guests, pursuing a correspondence course to Dr. Joe Boltz advertises that he L.E. Newton moved to Gorham learn the secrets of the complicated is a graduate of American College until harvest and will build a nice art of vulcanizing. of Mechano-therapy Chiropractic new home in Belfield. E.H. Farin sold his section of and is an optician. He is located just August 1913: C.C. Creswell land north of town to A.C. Lindbo of south of Sorenson Hardware. Mary was killed in a train accident at Wallace, S.D. Mr. Lindbo arrived Boltz has a dressmaking parlor in Dickinson when an engine smashed with his family and three cars of the rear of Dr. Boltz's office, into the caboose he was riding in. stock and machinery. H. Mackoff, a 1912 graduatel is He was on the train, taking cattle to The Norwegian Lutheran setting up a law office in the suite of market. Tom Grant was fireman on Church is to hold a picnic on the rooms in the Nelson Block building the engine that tipped over but he banks of the Heart after morning occupied by the German was not injured, services. All are invited, and if you Scandinavian Land Co. The Main Street Bridge is com- do not or cannot bring lunch the Fred Pool, 23, died in a well 35 ing along as the fill on the, river ladies of the church will see that all miles north of town. The well was channel is complete with the fill are taken care of. 78-feet deep with the first 23 feet taken to fill in the noah part of the September 1913: School opens being hand dug, the balance with an channel and the bridge to go over and public drinking cups are now' 18 inch auger. Pool was beingthe south part. It took 16 days of taboo in North Dakota. hauled up by his foot in a loop of work with seven teams and 1,700W.W. Beebe and Julius Lerfald rope after being down in the well yards of dirt moved. The cost was are to open a variety store in the old correcting some problem. He $640. The bridge wm cost $3,200 post office building on the west side slipped from the rope, falling 40 feet and be ready Sept. 6. of Main Street. Postmaster Galyen where he hit a rock; which killed Anna Olstad, near Sentinel Butte~ will build a new building south of him. is bitten by a rattler trying to kill the Sentinel Butte Saddle Co. on the July 1913: McCabe is adding 24 another. It is feared that she will die. east side of Main Street. (Old feet by 50 feet to the rear of his Word arrived that Mr. and Mrs. Belfield News Office) building, tearing down the shed that Leo Hart drowned attempting to September 1913: Billy Franklin was rthere, and building of masonry ford Davis Creek. fell while painting the eve on the construction. (In about 1986, Cap The Times building was hit by south side of Sorenson Hardware Berger tore down this addition and lightning, which tore plaster off of and fell to the pavement. Luckily he replaced it with steel construction.) some walls and tore off some clap- first struck the roof of the office of Steel has arrived for the building board when it left the building. Dr. Boltz, which broke his fall. of a bridge across the river on Elder (Senior Citizen Center) The School Board will build an Mary McKee moved her baker)' annex to the school for use by the from the south side of town to the primary grades. It will cost $700 and recently vacated building of Dr. will be usable for a rural school Boltz. marry, when a more fireproof annex can be Uncle Tom's Cabin Co. is to afforded. To move and repair the old L.F. Wheeler, contractor and perform in Belfield on July 14 and school on the south side would cost builder, is erecting a new house for have a parade. $300 and would have to be demol- himself on lots just north of the Constable Hilke arrests a carished when a more modern structure Catholic Church. thief who escaped from the was built. C.W. Sharf let a contract t(~ 'Dickinson jail. He was apprehended Miss Ellen Thompson is help-E.W. Ehrle for a commodious and in the garage under the Operaing out with bookwork at Sorenson pretty bungalow just east of the first House. Hardware. (Ellen came into the foot bridge on Main Street. (Pete William Gobius, who built thebuilding in 1983 during the centen- Malkowski home) mansion on the hill when the nial celebration and said the office is A.H. Hilke, Ford dealer of east- Hollanders came, has returned to still in the same place in Thompson ern Billings County and west half of Holland. He was in Belfield about Hardware.) Stark County, said 35 cars are to be three years. Sharman and Hilke garage, delivered here by Feb.15. Greetings from all of us here at the residents to enjoy. Vic and the flu shots to many of the rest- the Manor. Here are the happenings Velma Bruski visited Florencedents. for the week~ Miske and Eleanor Michels. Agnes Several of the residents helped A warm welcome to Helen Schmeling brought up church bul- put together Halloween treats for our Reiter who moved into the Manor. letins for some of the residents, upcoming trick-or-treaters. They Helen had lots of help getting set- John and Mary Kouba visited their also made ghost~ out of lollipops to tled and is now ready for visitors to aunt Alice Johnson. Kaye Lovell hand out. Devotions were held in the come see her beautiful apartment, had dinner guests. They included Chapel with Pastor David So drop by on Happy Trails Lane her daughter, Kathy Waiters, and McGullian and his wife Renee. and welcome Helen when you get her granddaughters Jaime and The Wednesday Manor Makers the chance. Heidi. Great-grandchildren were made Men Pilgrims in the morning. We welcomed back Harry Ella Marie, Peyt0n, and Holden. In the afternoon, they tried their Schmitz who has been recovering On Sunday, our furry friends - luck at decopauging pumpkins, from a broken hip. Abby and Sassy - visited the Manor which really turned out cute. Bill On Thursday, Carol Tescher residents. Rummikubwas playedin and JoAnn Lowman visited Anna Obrigewitch took her mother, the afternoon. Charlotte Langerud Lowman. Lorraine Tescher, and Joann joined Bill and Jeannie Larson at Leone Quast celebrated her Kittelson to Medora to watch the Flying J to help celebrate Jeannie's birthday on Wednesday. Her horse roundup. Later, the movie, birthday. The Lutheran Churchdaughter, Bonnie Underwood "Love Come Softly," was watched held a Benefit for Gwen Lorenz and joined her for the noon meal. Clara on the big screen TV. Carol Weyer in the evening. Fakler was an afternoon visitor of Friday's Hair Ladies were theDon Brengle was here to hold Dorothy Riederer. Rose Gasho held women from the Ist Lutheran Bible Study on Monday morning, a card party in her apartment. Church. Gary Riederer celebrated Exercises were held on Tuesday Fr. David was here to offer Mass his birthday. Pastor Maxted held morning with Mary. Billy Kayeto the residents. Happy birthday Devotions in the chapel on Friday visited Mary Ellen Schaal in the was sung to him as he celebrates his evening. John and Wynona Foster morning. Frances Strange enjoyed birthday on Saturday. Mary held joined the Devotion Hour. JayCee a visit from Deanne Matheson and exercises in the Activity Room. Huffman joined the ladies for the Diane Nelson, both from Wibaux, "Why Catholic" was held in the evening card games. Mont. Melva Schafer and Kim chapel following the workout. LorettaWyckoffled exercises on James visited Helen Reiter. Autumn Blessings to all our Saturday morning. Beth Fahlstrom In the afternoon, the county readers, and may you enjoy this brought apples from Minnesota for health nurse and helper distributed beautiful time of year! Adeline Semple, former resident day were her son, Don Nelsen of of Beach, but now of St. Vincent's Williston; another son, Butch and Care Center in Bismarck, celebrat- Kathleen Nelsen of Spearfish, ed her 87th birthday. Her family S.D.; and her daughter Darlene and surprised her with a beautifully Keith Erickson of Bismarck; her decorated birthday cake and ice grandson, Dennis Nelsen and his cream, two children of Williston; and her Her family members who granddaughter, Deb Lewis and hus- helped her celebrate her special band Louie and their son, Bronson shot you The Golden Valley News and Billings County Pioneer now offer FULL.COLOR PHOTO REPRINTSl Call for details! 872.3755 of Dickinson; as well as grandson, Blake Nelsen, who flew in from Centennial, Colo. They were all houseguests of her daughter and husband in Bismarck. Larry Schulte attended a KC meeting in Dickinson on saturday. Our sincere and loving sympathy is ~xtended to the family of Rienzi Hammvnd~ a former resident of the Golva area: He and his wife, Jean, lived for a long time on the Hammond family farm 4 miles south of Golva. His mother, Edna Hammond taught in several schools in the area. He was the last member of the family of George and Edna Hammond, which consisted of Donald, Azalia Schmeling and Ren as he was known. He is survived by his wife Jean, daughters Mary and Rhonda; and son Edwin, as well as several grandchildren. Word was received of the death of Cleo Hartse, 46. She was the daughter of Jim and Virginia Hartse, former Golva area residents. Our sympathy is extended to her family. The spaghetti supper benefit for Carol Weyer and Gwen Lorenz held on Sunday night at First Lutheran Church was well attended and was a success. Thrivent matched funds. Our sincere and loving sympathy is extended to the family of Kevin Quade who died unexpectedly this past week. His parents, Gilbert and Kathleen (Nistler) Quade, are well known in this community and there were a number of Golva people who attended his funeral. Whitney Hardy was home for the weekend from her studies at the University of Mary in Bismarck. The REA dinner was held at the Wibaux Catholic Church on Wednesday night. Some of those attending from Golva were: Larry and Shirley Schulte, Duane Maus, Darin and Laura Maus, Carl and Donna Granat, Joe Kreitinger, Marion and Holger Johnson, and Jim and Becky Weinreis. The support your local merchants Schultes won a travel bag and the Page. Her cousin Iris Conway lived in Granats a juicer in the drawings. Beach many years. The Pages were I just received a phone call that longtime residents of the Golva area. Loretta Page Nelson Kronmiller had Your conscience may not keep died in North Carolina. She was 99 you from doing wrong, but it sure :yeats old and W~ a niece 0 f Lyman keeps you from enjpyin~ it. ~:: ~ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~i:::~~: ~.~;~x~'~ ~?~:r:================================== ;.~':~:~'~:!:.'~.':::~':::,~q::: ."~Y" i-T4:W "5::: .c:'.".~.%" i::~.'xx~.x*::~::~ x:::.:~:~'~ "~:'::: BEACH & GOLVA WIBAUX, MT St. John the Baptist Catholic United blethodist Church Church Ft. David Richter Rcv. T. C. Chalanan Reconciliation: 1 lu- before Sat. Sunday Worship 9 a.m. Mass-Beach; llu- bcfo Sun. Mass-Golva or by appt. Calvary Temple, Assenfldy ol Mass-Beach 4 p.m. Saturday Ca)d and 10:30 a.m. Sunday Pastor Wan'on Maxtcd 8 a.m. Sunday in Golva Sunday Worship 10:30 a m. Starting Nov. 1-Apr.30, 6:30pm Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Saturday-Beach Trinity Lutheran Church, SL Paul's Lutheran Church ELCA LCMS Pastor Paul Pctcrson Pastor Scott Hojnacki Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:15 a.m. Sunday Worship 11:15 a.m. Sunday School 11:15 a.m,Christian Fundamental 'irst Lutheran Chureh-ELCA Church Pastor Paul Petcrson Jeremy Stradlcy, pastor Sunday School 8:10 a.m. Sunday Sd ool 9:45 aau. I Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m Beach Evangelical Church BELFIELD St. Bernard's Catholic Pastor David McGuiilion Church Worship Service Sunday 10:45 a.m. Ft. Shannon G. Lucht, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Saihrday:'Con e~sioffs: 3:~5 - 3:413 li.ha. United Community Church Mass 4:00 pm Pastor Warren Maxted Sunday: Confessions: 7:45 - 8:15 aan. Sunday Worship 8:00 a.m. Mass 8:30 am St. John's Ukrainian MEDOIL4 Catholic Church Medora Lutheran ELCA Stmday Mass 8 a.m. on 1st, 3rd Roy. Roger Dietcrle, pastor5th Sundays. 10 a.m. on 2nd, Sunday Worship 8:30 a.m. 4th Sundays Union Congregational St. Peter's Lutheran.LCMS Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Pastor Scott Hojnacki Comnmnity Center Worship Service Catholic Mass Saturdays 6:30 Sunday-8:00 a.m. p.m.-Medora during suwaucr Beltield Lutheran, ELCA through Oct. 31; Nov. 1-April Rcv. Roger Dictcrlc, Pasa r 30, 4pm-lst weekend of month, Sunday: 10 a.m. Dec-April. at church Daglum Evangelical Lutherar Trotters Church Church-ELCA 1st and 3rd Sunday of each Re,-. Roger Dietetic, Pastor month Located 25 miles southeast of Bclficld. SENTINEL BUTTE Sunday Worslfip 11:45 a.m. Trinity Lutheran Church First Presb erian Church Pastor Paul Pcterson Pastor Kaflilccn Chestnut Sunday Wo slfip 8 a.m. Sunday Woz,ship 8:. 0 a.m. JAMESJ."W0SrPI A,P.C,Buckboard Inn Beach NO- 7ttl-872-4794 41 Central Ave. South,'~"~ ~ ~6a P.O. Box 9 70 Reat'h, North Dakota :586~ I 701- 872-4 t .