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Page 2 Golden Valley News December 30, 2010 Mary Lou Kojancik WIBAUX, Mont. - Mary Lou Kojancik, 93, of Wibaux, Mont passed away Monday, Dec. 20, 2010, at the Wibaux County Nursing Home. Mass of Christian Burial was held Morlday, Dec. 27, at 7 p:m. at Saint Peter's Catholic Church in Wibaux, with the Rev. Alex Pulickaparambil officiating. Rite of Committal followed on Tuesday, Dec. 27, at 1 p.m. Central Standard time at St. Mary's Cemetery in Bismarck. Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home of Wibaux was entrusted with arrangements. Mary Lou Josephine De Moully was born in Milwaukee, Wisc on Nov. 19, 1917, daughter of Dr. Oliver M. De Moully and Rose Pearl (White) De Moully. Mary Lou moved to Flasher, N.D with her parents as a child, where she received her early education. She went onto receive her Latin Legum Baccalaureus (Bachelor of Laws degree and was a juris doctor, which she received fi'om the University of North Dakota in 1940: and postgraduate degrees from the University of Montana. Colorado State College of Education, and Eastern Montana College. From 1940 to 1941, she was an associate of C. L. Young Firm in Bismarck, and from 1942 to 1943 she was a member of the North Dakota Revision Commission. She wasalso a member of the Washington State Revision Commission from 1943 to 1944. She married Joe John Kojancik on March 6, 1943, at Camp Adaire, Ore. Mary Lou was one of the first women attorneys in the state of North"Dakota, paving the way for others to follow. Mary Lou taught in several dif- ferent schools and towns including: Ryegate High School in Ryegate, Mont.; from 1947 to 1953, Fairview High School in Fairview, Mont.; from 1954 to 1965; Red Lodge High School in Red Lodge, Mont.; from 1968 to 1970: and Wibaux County High School in Wibaux from 1965 to 1967 and from 1970 to 1975. She was also the secretary of the Fairview PTA from 1957 to 1958. She sat on the board of directors of the Economic Development Council of Eastern Montana from 1971 to 1973: and was a member of National and Montana education associations, and president of Eastern District Library Section from 1962 to 1963. Mary Lou was a member of the Montana Bar Association, American Federated Women's Club, Delta Delta Delta, Sigma Epsilon Sigma and Kappa Beta Phi. She was a member of Saint Peter's Catholic Church in Wibaux, a member of :'Who's Who of American Women" as well as "Who's Who in the West." Mary Lou Was preceded in death by her husband, J. J. Kojancik. She is survived by her dear friend Marion Chrudimsky. ~and numerous cousins Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at: www.silvernale-silha funeral- home .conl. . . Maxwell Dale Schmeling Sr. BEACH Maxwell Dale Schmeling Sr 80, of Beach, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2010, at St. Joseph's Hospital and Health~ Center in Dickinson. Funeral serv- ices were held Monday, Dec. 27, 2 p.m at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Beach with Pastor Scott Hojnacki officiating. Silvernale- Silha Funeral Home of Beach was entrusted with arrangements. Max was born March 28, 1930m in Beach, son of Ferdinand and Edith (Shallock) Schmeling. He was raised 9 miles east of Golva, where he received his early educa- the rural schools. On Dec. 4, 1951, Max entered the United States Army and was stationed in Colorado at Fitzsimons Army Base. He was honorably dis- charged on Dec. 3, 1953. Max was united in marriage to Esther in Denver, Colo at Fitzsimons Base Chapel on May 28, 1952. After Max was discharged, he and Esther moved into Beach for a year, b~fore moving out to the farm in 1954. They resided there until 2000. Max worked for the Golva Elevator, Amerada Hess, and farmed and ranched for many years until his semi-retirement in 2000. He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and the American Legion. Max enjoyed delivering meals on wheels, helping on the farm. and bowling, along with cards and being with his family. Max was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Joseph, in infan- cy; and five brothers: Louis, Vo!ney, - John, Dalton and Gordon. He is survived by t/iS' ~vife, Esther; sons, Max Jr of Sentinel Butte; Eugene (Gene) (Arlene) of Beach; and, of Billings, Mont:: a daughter, Yvonne (Bonnie) Schmeling, of Billings; two grand- daughters, Marie (Nathan Blomker) Schmeling of Dickinson; and Marcia (Austin) Strelinger of Denver, Colo.: two sisters; Geraldine Vans of Golva; and Audrey (Earl) Northrop of Eagle Point, Ore.; three sisters-in-law: Agnes, Carol and Violet Schmeling, all of Beach, and numerous nieces and nephews. Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at: www.silvernale-silhafuneral- home .com. ~ ~!!:!i iii~i~!i~!i!i~!!i!!!i!i!i!i:i!ii!i!~i!i~i:i!:~!!ii!il;i!i: !!!ili!~ii!i:ii!~II! winter wonderland Trees around the home of Mary Cook in Sentinel Butte are blanketed earlier this month by frost. (Photo by Jane Cook) WASHINGTON- U.S. Senator- elect John Hoeveli':.~ill be sworn in on Jan. 5, at approximately 12 p.m. EST in the Senate Chamber at the U.S. Capitol. The official ceremony will be covered by CSPAN. Because only Staff memkeis are permitted on ~e Senate flo0t; a re- enactment of :the Swehrlng' in will be held for media coverage in the Old Senate Chamber following the official ceremony. Vice President Joseph Biden will administer the oath to Hoeven at 2:15 p.m. EST. The Old Senate Chamber is located on the north side of the building, between the Great Rotunda and the Senate floor. Put Your/Honey Where Your House Zs/ lOCal it~h~ndent :~e~ strengthet! our bu~nesses are~j~ communi~ your best value at~d ou~ economy 6 Pomeroy makes farewell speech in House WASHINGTON - compassion, strength, resolve, children, Kathryn and Scott, as this Congressman Earl Pomeroy sub- mitted farewell remarks to the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday, Dec. 22. The remarks will appear in the Congressional Record. The text of his remarks is below. "Madam Speaker, I want to take this opportunity to thank the people of North Dakota for the chance to represent our great state in this great chamber for the past 9 terms. Words cannot adequately express the feelings of gratitude I have as my time as a member of this body draws to a close. At vary- ing times I've agreed or disagreed with virtually every member- Democratic or Republican - in this House. Steering the course for the United States of America is a very difficult and complex undertaking. As our country moves into its third century in the first decade of the new millennium, it seems like the challenges only get bigger as we go forward. ~ "But I 66nclude my~life here ~i ~ a stf~ sense of'/ibpe an~ op!i~mism'~{or the future~---The.~ United States Capitol is the icon j of democracy known throughout':'; the world. In this historic place,li sometimes in the darkest hour;J leaders here assembled have set the course to see us through. If the American people exhibit the best. aspects of their nature - courage, community - the leaders in the chamber will deliver accordingly. 'I will always treasure the time 1 had here. I won some, I lost some, but I tried my best to reflect the concerns of those I represented, as well as the genuine goodness of the folks who call North Dakota home. "North Dakotans have selected a new Congressman, Representative- elect Rick Berg, and I wish him great success in delivering for our state. "In conclusion, there is one group in particular I want to thank - all of those who have served on my staff now at the end or any time during these nine terms. Present and recent staff members include Bob Siggins, Melanie Rhinehart Van Tassell, Stacy Austad, Brenden Timpe, Adam Durand, Dustin Olson, Diane Oakley, Chris Cunningham, Matt Pearce, Hillary Price, David Grant. Annie Finkenbinder, Ross Keys. Joan Carlson, Dianne Mondr3L Nick K'eaveny, G~dff Greenw.ood~ Bill Heigaard, "and~'Erin Hill. ThW are extraordinarily talented and dedi- cated 'individuals, reflective of the wonderfully gifted staff members I have been privileged to work with for the 18 years of my service in the House. "Now I look forward to more time with my wife, Mary, and my term ends and nay membership in this body ceases. I thank my col- leagues for their commitment to work so hard to serve their con- stituents and our country. I have been richly blessed to have had the chance to work with you in the pea, pie's House- the United States Congress." Notice Our Valued Subscribers If your subscription expires, or if you are a new customer, it may require about two weeks before your subscription starts or restarts, depending on the day your payment arrived. If you change your mailing ) ddress, please notify the News and Pioneer office with your new address, also in advance of your move. The Postal Service does not forward periodicals such as newspapers and discards them. Golden Valley News P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621 (U.S.P.S. Pub. No. 221-280) Staff: Richard Volesky! editor, reporter, advertising and office manager; Jane Cook, office and news assis- tant; Lynne Wojahn, .office and news assistant. The Golden Valley News is published each Thursday, 22 Central Ave Suite 1, Beach, ND 58621 by Nordmark Publishing, Rolla, ND. Periodicals postage paid at Beach, ND and additional mail- ing offices. POSTMASTER.: Send address changes to: Golden Valley News, P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 5862,1. Please allow two :to three weeks for new subscriptions, renewal of expired subscrip- tions and for address changes. Contact Information Phone: 701-872-3755 Fax: 701-872-3756 Emaih Subscriptions 1 year: $34 Billings County and Belfield area 1 year: $38 elsewhere in North Dakota 1 year: $42 out-of-state 9 months: $25 In-state college rate The Golden Valley News is a proud member of ,the North Dakota Newspaper Association. To all my 'friends and relatives Special thanks to Beach Pharmacy, Meals on Wheels, Community Rideshare Bus, and the manager and staff at the Beach Manor. I would like to wish all a very happy holiday season. (, - Carol Schmeling Ranchers, if you have elk you want to get rid of, turn them into cash. I am looking for a bull in units E3, E4. Call (701) 400-7241. 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