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Page 2 2010 Charlotte Mary (Baumgart) Langerud BEACH Charlotte Mary (Baumgart) Langerud, 84, of Beach. formerly of Rocklake. N.D.. passed away on Friday July 16, 2010. at St. Benedict's Health Center in Dickinson. A memorial service was held on Wednesday, July 21, at 7 p.m. at the Chapel of the Angels in the Golden Valley Manor in Beach. with Pastor Warren Maxted officiating. A memorial service was also be held on Sunday, July 25. 2010 at 2 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Rock Lake. with Pastor David Birkeland officiating, with inter- ment to follow in the IOOF ceme- tery in Rocklake. Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home of Beach and Dunnigan-Dix Funeral Home of Cando. N.D.. have been entrusted with arrangements. Charlotte Mary (Baumgart) Langerud was born in Antler. N.D., on Oct. 20, 1925. the daughter of Paul and Phyllis (Nelson) by driving the grain truck. Charlotte enjoyed her years at Golden Valley Manor very much and participated in all the activities they had to offer. Even though her stay was short at St. Benedict's. she enjoyed the activities there and the Kathryn Heck BELFIELD - Funeral Mass for Kathryn Heck, 94. formerly of Belfield. was at 10 a.m.. Friday, July 23. 2010. at St. Bernard's Catholic Church in Belfield with the Rev Jim Braaten celebrating. Burial followed at St. Bernard's Catholic Cemetery in Belfield. Visitation was from ,2-8 p.m., Thursday, July 22. at Stevenson Funeral Home in Dickinson with a Rosary and Vigil Service at 7 p.m. with Deacon Bob Stockert officiat- ing. passed away Sunday, ~ Kathryn July 18. at St. Benedict's Health Center in Dickinson. Kathryn was born on Aug, 30. 1915. to Stephen and Celestine (Urlacher) Walter in rural Dunn County, near Hirschville, N.D. After her father's death, when she was 6, she began working for many fami- lies until her marriage. Kathryn loved to dance and met David Heck at a dance. They were married Jan. TRNP invites Baumgart. Charlotte was raised and educated in Rock Lake. graduating{~ with the class of 1945. She worked as a waitress in Fargo for a year and then moved back to Rock Lake. She married Alton Langerud on April 11. 1947, at the Methodist Parsonage in Cando. Charlotte and Alton farmed near Rock Lake until retiring in 1985 and moved into Rock Lake in 1988. Alton passed away on Feb. 27. 2000. Charlotte continued to live in Rock Lake until January 2005. when she moved to the Golden Valley Manor in Beach, where she lived until June 2010, when she moved to St. Benedict's Health Center in Dickinson. Charlotte was very active in the community. She was a member of Rock Lake United Methodist Church. Rock Lake VFW Auxiliary, and was a 4-H leader. Charlotte enjoyed entertaining family "and friends, and was famous for her donuts ! She enjoyed walks, cooking and baking, playing cards, garden- ing and yard work. She and Alton loved to go snowmobiling with friends. Charlotte loved the farm life and was.always active in it. She Courthouse News would hell .Alton Ou.ri! g We h est loving care she received there. She always put family and friends first in her life. Charlotte was a loving and devoted wife. mother, grand- mother, and great-grandmother. whose loving kindness was felt by all who met her She will be "dearly mis.sed. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband. Alton: her brothers Paul. Harold and Philip; and her sisters Eunice. Doris and Caroline. She is survived bv her son. Phil (Brenda) Langerud of Devils Lake; her daughter. Nancy (Barry) Schafer of Sentinel Butte: grand- children, Lisa (Loren) Balkowitsch of Bismarck: Bryce Schafer of Dickinson: Justin (Katie) Langerud of Rosemont. Minn.: Brandon Langerud of Fargo; great-grandchil- dren. Xavier and Hudson Balkowitgch; sisters-in-law: Fern Langerud of Grand Forks, Evelyn McConnell: brother-in-law. Palmer (Ila) Langerud of Williston and numerous nieces and nephews. Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at www.silvernale- silhafuneral- JohnRalph "Butch" Molto PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. - John Ralph "Butch" Molm, 62. passed away peacefully Dec. 13, 2009. at his residence in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. , He was born Oct. 25, 1947. in Dubuque, Iowa. to Ralph Frederick and Eva Nusbaum Molm. His grandparents, Howard and Ira Molto. homesteaded in Belfield in 1906 and had a store at Gaylord. Butch lost his parents in his youth and was lovingly raised by aunts and uncles. Leata and Albert Rivinius. Clara and Herb Molm, and Marvel and Chester Molm. He moved to Belfield at age 15. Butch attended Belfield High School, where he lettered in foot- ball and basketball. He graduated in 1965. Butch attended NDSU, where he was the student body pres- ident and graduated in 1969. He worked for the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation in the summers while attending NDSU. While working for the TRMF, he played Theodore Roosevelt in the Musical, led trail rides as a cowboy and rode Brahma bulls in the exhibition rodeo. Butch graduated from Georgetown Law Center in Washington. D.C. Butch was a part- ner with Troutman Sanders. L.L.R. practicing taw in both Atlanta. Ga.. and Washington. D.C. Butch is survived by his wife. Sue: sons John Rankin "J. RYMolm and Hays Hendry Molm: sisters Jeanne Mohn Fteege and Pat Molm San Soucie (Robert): and many cousins, nieces and nephews. A Celebration of Butch's Life and spreading of ashes is plmmed for Aug. 14 at 11:30 a.m. at the Tjaden Terrace located at the Medora Musical. 3422 Chateau Road, Medora, ND 58645 with the Rev. Roger Dieterle officiating. Following the service, lunch will be served at the Terrace. His family welcomes friends to join the Celebration of Butch's Life and share memories. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame, 250 Main Street. Medora. N.D. 58645. Clue 3 Along a piece of road is my lovely abode. The Badlands are my view I'd like to share them with you and the whirlpool suite too! Respect the property of others while searching for the treasure dren. Tom (Selma) Heck. Scott City, Kan.: Leo (Kathy) Heck. Avon. Minn.: Leonard (Betty) Heck. Belfield; Clementine Wyman. Hazen: and Josie (Bob) Stockert, Dave (Bernie) Heck. and Rita (Joe) Plegge. all of Dickinson: 19 grandchildren; 24 great-grand- children: four great-great-grand- children; one sister. Magdalene to Junior Rang Kids ages 6 to 12 and their faro- Cabin. ilies are invited to enjoy Theodore and Roosevelt National Park for Junior park. Th day'wilI Ranger Family Fun Days on with a Junior Saturday, July 3 l and Sunday, Aug. ceremony 1. The July 31 program will be Visitor offered in the park's North Unit and the Aug. 1 activities will be held in the South Unit. Wildlife will be the focus of the Saturday, July 31. Junior Ranger Family program in the North Unit. Participants should meet at the pic- nic area in the Juniper Campground at 10 a.m. CDT. Kids will play games and explore the area to dis- cover the habits and habitats of some of the animals that live in the park. The program will conclude at 2 p.m. with a Junior Ranger gradu- ation ceremony. On Sunday, Aug. 1. the South Unit's Junior Ranger Famil y event begins at the picnic area in the Cottonwood Cam pground at 9 a.m. MDT and will continue throughout the day. Kids will hike along the 19. 1937. at St. Anthony Catholic Knopik, Dickinson: one brother. Little Missouri River in search of Church northwest of Dickinson. Michael Walt b an Diego, Calif.: some of the same types of birds as They began farming in Slope -* and fother- w, Anton Heck.Theodore Roosevelt saw here in the County, and in i942, purchased a Belfi t I. 18808. They will also go on a tour farm in the Gaylord community in She was eded in death by of Roosevelt s Maltese Cross Stark County. Kathryn and David her parents; he'husband. David. in The, following are cases closed in District Court in Golden Valley County for June: Speeding: James A. TiHman, Fargo; James N. Delmore. Enumclaw. Wash.; Neal Weiler, Beulah: Lauren R. OrCut, Dickinson: Rebecca J. Mastre, Connell. Wash.: Anthony N. Simon. Paramount, Calif.: Cory J Roberts, Belfield; Benjamin J. Johnson, Mount Vernon,. Iowa; Shawn R. Wenko. Williston: Darrell J. Minow, Sidney, Mont.: Harvey F. Senn. Sidney, Mont.: retired to Belfield in 1972. Kathryn moved to Dickinson in 1998 and became a resident of St. Benedict's Health Center in Dickinson in 2007. Kathryn thoroughly loved hav- ing "'company" and had a gift for making everyone feel welcome. Music and laughter were always encouraged in her home. She enjoyed sewing every day and com- pleted hundreds of quilts and other crafts through her years. She was a member of St. Bernard's Catholic Church. St. Theresa's Guild. and was an RSVP volunteer. Kathryn is survived by her chil- 1991; her son-in-law. Stanley Wyman: one great-grandchild: two brothers, Joe (Anna) Walter and George (Katie) Walter; three sisters. Eva (Andrew) Hushka. Monied C John) Brown. and Elizabeth (Adam) Heiser: two sisters in infan- cy, Rose and Rose Marie: sisters- and brothers-in-law. Berna Jean Walter, John Knopik, Rose and Frank Frank. Frank and Julia Heck. Val and Beatrice Heck. Matt and Nola Heck. and Monica Heck. Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at Ranch. in .the p.m. exploring outdoors wildlife." said Valerie Naylor. uth Unit loved being searching for Superintendent "Even as a young bo . he was interested in birds and other animals. These Junior Ranger Days will be excellent opportuni- ties for families to enjoy the park together and see why this area was so special to TR.'" Children must be accompanied by an adult for the session's activi- ties and should bring a lunch, water. insect repellent and sunscreen. It is not necessary to attend both events to become a Junior Ranger, though prospective Junior Rangers and their families are welcome to par- ticipate on both days. Please note the North Unit is on Central Daylight Time and the South Unit is on Mountain Daylight Time. The fin'alHunior Ranger Family Fun Day Will be held on Saturday, Aug. 28 irL the,South Unit, Dennis L. Vole. Williston: Jan L. Abernethy, Littleton. Colo.; Jennifer P. Alley, Firesteel. S.D.: Derrick R. Koetzer. Castle Rock. Colo. Commercial motor vehicle vio- lations (CFR code 391): Val C. Scarcia. Glendive, Mont. Vehicle with tinted or driver compartment window not to be used: David L. Weinreis. Beach Failure to use seatbelt while operating CMV CFR 392.11: D. Bruce Quesne!l. Baker. Mont. Licenses to hunt. trap, or fish Hike highlights backcountry springs .o, E Ogden. Mandan: Coral L required of residents: Nathan R. Mavo. Williston: James Skeet. Nelson. Bismarck i ! Fresh water springs are an impor- Campground in the park's NorthWilliston; Brad J. Rota, Coombs. Possession/consumption of tant source of water in the arid Unit at 9 a.m. CDT Group size and B.C.; Ronald Schuh, Dickinson; , alcohol by person under 21: " Badlands of Theodore Roosevelt weather conditions will determine Timothy A. New. Sidney; Amanda Nathan R. Nelson. Bismarck National Park, but they are few and the length and time of the hike. L. Laib, Miles City, Mont.; Operator failed to wear seat far between Ranger John Heiser which could last from 4 to 6 hours Teriann Poutre, Stillwater, Minn.: belt: Donna R. Anderson. ] will lead a "Backcountry Spr'tqg and cover 2 to 6 miles. Participants Michael S. Bakken, Billings,Fromberg, Mont. Adverr ' , 'lO i should be' prepared :for strenuous Mont.: Marvin D. Ruscheinsky. Care required in operating a springs in the park's wilderness on Raleigh, N.D.: Todd A. Leach. vehicle: Joel A. Washnock. Racine. Wibaux: Roy F. Lutts. Wibaux: Wise. - Sunday, Aug. 2. "'Backcountry springs sustain a wide variety of wildlife and plants in the park," :s id Superintendent Valerie Naylor. "This hike will be an excellent opportunity to spend some time with an experienced ranger while exploring the challenges of life in the Badlands." Hikers should meet Heiser at the picnic area in the Juniper & GRANITE -2-1/3 mi, E. of Bismarck on Hwy. 10 P.O. Box 2421 Bismarck, ND 58502-2421 CALL 701-223-4440 HIGHEST QOALITY MONUMENTS Tablet:36 x6 x20 Bas6: 48"x12"x6" ~S ~tiW *S an equa~ ~nay ~rO~0~, 2007 Rural ~ Iramrance Agency, rnc. Atl r~s resmve~. t hiking and wear sturd~ boots and durable ,clothes. Each person should bring plenty of drinking water, food. sunscreen and insect repellent. Binoculars. cameras, and a favorite poem or quote are also encouraged. In the case of extreme "weather. the hike may be cancelled: please call the North Unit Visitor Center at (701) 842-2333 for cur- rent information. The final wilderness hike of the season is scheduled forSept. 5. Home On The Range Champions Ride Match Rodeo Aug. 8, 1 p.m. (Mountain Time) Home On The Range Arena Exit #7 on Interstate 94 (west of Sentinel Butte. ND) Also featuring * Miss Bows the Clown * Jerry Wayne Olson and his Palomino horse act * Live Calcutta of cowboys qualifying for final round Concession and hillside seating available For advance tickets visit or 701-872-3745 Gate Admission: $15 adult, $40 family, $7 Student C~ !r~H. Farmers Union Oil Co. 701-872-4471 Interstate Cenex 701-872-3590 tl ' i Hot Stuff Pizza / PIZZA, 701-872.3190 What are the odds of ; being hit by lightning?, Thursday81/57 o Friday i3/58 o "Satu'dayb,, Tuesday Wednesday : Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy . ,,,ostly ,A,,udy Mostly Cloudy Partly Cloudy "000008m l.qalgtmxoaddv:aa---fffaV 83/55 o 78/55 o 81/58 Precip Chance: l 0 ~'o Precip Chance: 20,~ Precip Chance: 20/0 Prccip Chance: 20 A Precip Chance: 10%