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Page 2 Billings County Pioneer August 22, 2013 e ii i ii Joseph P. BEACH - Joseph P. Bostyan, 88, of Beach, passed away on Saturday, Aug. 17, 2013, at St. Alexius Med- ical Center in Bismarck. Visitation was held in the Chapel of the Angels at the Golden Valley. Manor in Beach from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 21, and at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Golva on Wednesday, Aug. 21, from 6-7 p.m. followed by a vigil service at 7 p.m. on Wednesday; Aug. 21, at St. Mary's Catholic Church. On Thursday, Aug. 22, a visitation will be held two hours prior to the Mass of Christian Burial that will be held at 11 a.m. that day at St. Mary's Catholic Church with the Rev. Daniel Richter officiating. A Rite of Committal Service with military honors will be held at 2 p.m. on fire. He was involved in the plan- Thursday, Aug. 22, at Beach City ning of a fixed-income apartment Cemetery in Beach. Silvernale- building in Golva and helped with Silha Funeral Home of Beach has construction of the W.P. Nistler been entrusted with the arrange- Community Building. Joe and Dora ments, enjoyed iceskating, playing cards, Joe was born on April 18, 1925, bowling, square dancing, and road to Joseph and Louisa Bostyancic. trips with friends to Golva's ball He was born in Yugoslavia and games. Joe enjoyed woodworking, brought to the United States by his especially working with Badlands mother through Ellis Island, New cedar. He became a caregiver for York, when he was less than a year his parents, and later for Dora, old. He grew up in Hibbing, Minn., whom he lovingly cared for until and in the last year of high school, her death. he drove truck in the iron ore mines Joe resided at the Golden Valley to assist the war effort. After grad- Manor for the last two years of his uating high school, he enlisted in life. The family would like to thank the army and served overseas in the the staff for their loving care and European Theatre duringWorld War friendship. II. He returned home from the war When facing his own health and traveled to California, enrolling challenges, he never gave up; giv- in watch-making school, ing all he could in whatever he did. While in California, he met his His ability to make friends any- future wife, Isadora Weinreis. They where and appreciation for kindness married and moved to Golva to were wonderful examples of his Isadora's family farm. With the character. help of friends and neighbors, he He loved his family, friends, learned the art of farming and de- neighbors, and the time he spent veloped a love for the land. with them. Joe and Dora raised slx Claildreri Joe was preceded in death by a on the farm. In addition to farming, son, John Roger; his parents; his he worked in the oilfields of North wife, Dora and a brother, Stanley. Dakota, Montana and on some of Joe is survived by his four the first wells drilled in Prudhoe daughters, Eve Bostyan, Jeanne Bay, Alaska. Joe loved hard work (Tim) Geinert, Val (Steve) Whetter and enjoyed the satisfaction of a job and Vicki Braden; two sons, Mike well done. He was very active in (Cheryl) Bostyan and Rick (Char- the Golva community and enjoyed lene) Bos'tyan; 14 grandchildren: joining his neighbors on projects three great-grandchildren; his sister- benefiting the community. Loving inqaw .Violet Shmeling and nu- iceskating and hockey, he was in- merous nieces and nephews. strumental in creating a skating rink Remembrances and condolences in Golva. Joe assisted in the re- may be shared with the family at: building of the Golva School Gym- www.silvernale-silhafuneral- nasium after it was destroyed by a home.com. Direct farm marketing guide available North Dakota's Guide to Direct Farm Marketing" are available from the North Dakota Department of Agri- culture, 600 E. Boulevard Ave.. Dept. 602, Bismarck, ND 58505- 0020; telephone (701) 328-2231 or (800) 242-7535; email ndda@nd.gov. The guide is also available on NDDA's website at www.nd.gov/ndda/files/resource/Far mToMarketGuide.pdf. BISMARCK - The new edition of "Farm to Market: North Dakota's Guide to Direct Farm Marketing" is now available from the North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA). "The guide has been completely revised and updated to reflect changes in laws and regulations per- taining to direct sales of farm prod- ucts," said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. "People who market their products directly through farm- ers markets, roadside stands, pick- your-own gardens and community supported agriculture (CSAs) or who sell directly to restaurants and food services will find this a valuable ref- erence." The 36-page booklet contains in- formation on types of direct market- ing, taxes, insurance, health [SIAl[IT regulations and safety codes. The IBUILDIN(; specific health requirements of dif- ferent cities and health.distrj~Ls r:++ YOUR LEGACY garding food sales are also provided. 1"0D4 Free copies of "Farm to Market: IF YOU PLAN TO DRINK & DRIVE... ' 0tw ~J~e CORES I, Farmers Union Oil Co. 701-872-4471 Interstate Cenex 701-872-3590 IIlff snlffiHOT mff Hot Stuff Pizza 701-872-3190 I Doris Stockwell Trollope WIBAUX, Mont. - Doris Stock- well Trollope, 92, was born on Dec. 7, 1920, to Dan and Mabel Stock- well in rural Wibaux County. She was raised and educated in Wibaux, where she graduated from Wibaux County High School with the class of 1938. On June 16, 1939, she married Stanley Trollope in Glendive, Mont. Together they farmed and ranched north of Wibaux. To this union were born four children: Loraine Dennis, Alvin Bruce, Stanley Duane, and Adele Doffs. Having waged a courageous bat- tle with cancer, Doffs passed away peacefully into the hands of our lov- ing Father on Saturday, Aug. 10, up to be!" She was famous for her 2013, at the Glendive Medical Cen- zucchini muffins, rhubarb-raspberry terinGlendive, jam, and providing marvelous Visitation was from 1-5 p.m. on meals. Family gatherings were pre- Wednesday, Aug. 14, at the Silver- cious times, and somehow everyone nale-Silha Funeral Home in Glen- joyously fit into her and Dad's mod- "+ J Big game hunters are reminded of" Meat that is cut and wrapped el-" requirements for transporting deer, ther commercially or privately. elk and moose carcasses and carcass Quarters or other portions of parts into and within North Dakotans meat with no part of the spinal col-.' a precaution against the possible umn or head attached. spread Of chronic wasting disease. * Meat that has been boned out. Hunters harvesting a big game an+ * Hides with no heads attached. imal this fall in North Dakota deer * Clean (no meat or tissue aP ufiit 3F2 CannOt i tr pott a carcass: tached)gkull plates with antlerS aP containing the head and spinal co!- tached. umn outside Of the unit unless if!s * Antlers with no meat or tissue taken directly to a meat processor, attached. The head can be removed from the * Upper canine teeth, also known carcass and transported outside of the as buglers, whistlers or ivories. unit if it is to be'submitted to a State * Finished taxidermy heads. Game and Fish Department district Hunters should refer to the 2013 office, CWD surveillance drop-off 14 CWD proclamation on the Game locationoralicensed dermist, i _and Fish Department s website+ If the deer is processed in the field gf.nd.gov, for game management to boned meat, and the hunter wants unitS, equivalent wildlife manage- to leave the head in the field, the head ment units, or counties in other states must be legally taggedandthehunter that have had free-ranging deer+ must be able to return to or give the moose or elk diagnosed with CWD. exact location Of the head if re- Importation of harvested elk. white- quested for verification, tailed deer, mule deer, moose or other In addition, hunting big game cervids from listed areas are re- over bait is prohibited in deer units stricted. dive. A second visitation was held est home. 3El, 3E2, 3F1, 3F2 and 3C west of from 1-5 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. on Doris was known for being the MissouriRiver, Thursday, Aug. 15, at the Silver- spunky and independent. Hunters are prohibited from trans- nale-Silha Funeral Home in Though she lived all of her life in porting into North Dakota the whole Wibaux. Funeral Services were Wibaux County, stories of her life carcass, or certain carcass partsi of Put Your ~O~ley held at 10 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 16, experiences with skunks, chickens, deer, elk, moose or0ther members of Where YofJr House X$] at Trinity Lutheran Church in square dancing, pressure cookers, the cervid family from areas within Wibaux with Pastor J.T. Burk offi- ciating. Interment was held in the Wibaux Cemetery in Wibaux. Sil- vernale-Silha Funeral Home of Glendive was entrusted with the arrangements. Doris was a charter member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Wibaux, and actively taught Sunday school, cleaned the church, participated in Lutheran Church Women, quilted, and served in various capacities. She was a clerk at the Marcus Drug Store in Wibaux for 14 years. She was a faithful wife, bringing lunch to her husband in the field, planting a garden and canning for her family. Her cooking skills contributed to her being hired as diet supervisor of the Wibaux County Nursing Home from 1975 until her retirement in 1990. During this time, the nursing home also provided meals for the senior citizens. Everything was pre- pared from scratch, from soups, mashed potatoes, cookies, and homemade rolls for Sundays. She continued cooking there another. nine years, when she "retired for good" at the age of 78. Doris was an industrious worker, and often stated, "Retirement isn't all that it's made and rattlesnakes spread near and far. Doris was preceded in death by her son, Alvin Bruce; her husband of nearly 44 years; son Stanley Duane; parents; brother, Frank Stockwell and sisters, Inez Phillips, Maye Amunrud, Norma Amunrud Siegle, and Jeanette Malkuch Entzel. She is survived by two children, L. Dennis (Joyce) Trollope of Ur- bandale. Iowa; and Adele (Don) Idso of Glendive; daughter-in-law, Sharon Trollope of Billings. Mont.; seven grandchil- dren, Troy (Jenny) Trollope, Tonia (Nathan) Moore both of Billings; Terra (Sean) Fitzsimmons of Peli- can Rapids, Minn.; Todd (Heidi) Trollope of Gilbert, Ariz.; Pam (Derek) Mohr of Urbandale, Erica (fianc6 Ryan WeisZ) Idso of Mankato, Minn.; and Evan Idso of Glendive; nine great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to the Trinity Lutheran Church or the American Cancer Society. Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at" www.silvernale- silhafuneral- home .com. Musical has increase in attendance MEDORA - The Theodore Roo- sevelt Medora Foundation announced in a prepared statement last week that two-thirds of the way through the 2013 Medora Musical season, Medora has seen an increase in atten- dance - 66,000 visitors attended the show at the end of July, a 10 percent increase over last year's numbers. "This is exceptional news for Medora," said TRMF President Randy Hatzenbuhler. "These num- bers show that interest in experienc- ing all the excitement Medora has to 2012 NORTH DAKOTA EXPORTER OF THE YEAR .... i .... i .... offer is trending up for the second consecutive year. We launched an ex- citing new marketing campaign this year that had a very positive response. We changed the start time of the Medora Musical to 7:30 p.m. MDT and made some other fun changes to the show, and saw increased atten- dance from that." ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND ADMINISTRATWE RULES relating to Chapter 75-02-06, RatesetUng for Nursing Home Care. North Dakota Department of Human Services will hold a public hearing to address proposed changes to the N.D.. Attain. Code. Room 212 Second Floor JudicialWing State Capitol, Bismarck Wed,, Sept, 18, 2013 10:30 a.m. CT Copies of the proposed rules are available for review at county social services offices and human service centers. Copies of the proposed rules and the regulatory analysis relating to these rules may be requested by telephoning (701) 328-2311. Written or oral data, views, or arguments may be entered at the heanng or sent to: Rules Administrator, North Dakota Department of Human Services, State Capitol - Judicial Wing, 600 East BoulevardAve., Dept. 325, Bismarck, ND 58505-0250. Wntten data, views, or arguments must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on Sept. 30, 2013. If you plan to attend the hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the Department of Human Services at the above telephone number or address at least two weeks pnor to the heanng. Dated this 15th day ofAugust, 2013. ~cath~dependent states and provinceswith docu- merited occurrences of CWD in wild rout ben populations, or from farmed cervid operations within states and .... provinces that have had farmed cervids diagnosedwith CWD,Only the following portions ofthe carcass can be transported: Billings County Pioneer P.O. Box 156, BeaCh, ND 58621 (U.S.P.S. Pub. No. 056-180) Staff: Richard Volesky, edi- tor/reporter and Jane Cook, Office and news assistant. The Billings County Pier is put)- lished each Thursday, 22 Central Ave.~, Suite 1, Beach', ND 58621 by Nord- mark Publishing, P~iodiC~ils postage )aid at Beach, NDarid additional mail- ing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Billings County Pioneer, P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 5862i; Please allow two weeks for new subscriptions, renewatof expired sub- Scriptions and for add~ changes. Contact information Phone: 701-872-3755 ';,~ax: 701-S72-375~ .... Emaih goldenandbillings~ . . gmail.com Subscriptions;. 1 year: $34 Billings County and Belfleid area 1 year: $38 elsewhere in North Dakota 1 year: $42 out*of-state and snowbirds 9 months: $25 in-state college rate The Billings County Pioneer is a proud member of the North Dakota Newspaper Association. All content is opyrightad. I I I " -+ + II f[ stren~ our cwnmut.ty 8t~ (~Jt" ec0tlOt~y r ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TOADOPT, AMEND AND REPEAL ADMINISTRATIVE RULES Pelating to The Organization of the Peace ~ Slandards and Training Board, Peace Oilier ~ and Training Requirements, Weapons Standards and Training and DtAy Weapon Qualification, and Instructor and Training :Course Certification, and Peace Code of Conduct and Oath. North Dakota Peace OffiCer Standards and Training Board (P.O.S.T Board) will holda public headng to address oposed changes tothe N.D+Admin. Code. ND Law Enforcement Training Academy Classroom 1 1320Schafer Street ........ I ,smarck, ND Wed., Sept. 18, 2013 1:00 p.m. A copy of the proposed rules maybe obtained by writing to the Office of the Attorney General Bureau of Criminal ~vestiga4Jon, Atln: P.O.S.T Board, 4205 S'mte Slreet, P.O. Box 1054, Bismarck, ND 58502- 1054 or calling (701) 328-5500. Also, written comments may be submitted to the above address until September 30, 2013. If you plan to attend the public hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the P.O.S.T. Board at the above telephone number or address at least one week pnor to the public hearing. Dated this 14th day of August, 2013. 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