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- . ._ . .... Page 2 Billings County Pioneer November 13, 2014 O i Fishing prospects are enCouraging 72, of Evansvflle,Ardel IM,nnBerglu nd, , --~ ~ North Dakota Game and Fish De- Overall health of the Devils Lake partment fisheries personnel have fishery remains good. Walleye abun- wrapped up surveys and sampling el- dance is strong and anglers fishing for i The Rev. Alvin John Quade forts for the open water seasonl and re- walleye this winter should expect sim- suits po-,mt toward good conditions on ilar numbers and size fish as compared HEIMDAL, N.D. - Ardellm i m | BUCKMAN, Minn. - The Rev. the state s big waters, to recent years. Northern pike are still Berglund 76, New Salem, formerly lvin John Quade, 87, passed away ;, "Fishing in North Dakota continues, plentiful with a nice average weight of , . of the Heimdal, N.D., area died Ill/ Sunday, Oct. 12,2014, atAmazmg to be record-setting on most all levels, about four pounds. The number of Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014, at the Elm mlmm Days Elderly Care Center in Ran- said Greg Power, fisheries chief. "A catchable-sized perch available is Crest Care Center in New Salem. m I E dall, Minn. record number of fishing lakes has down from 2013 but still should be Memorial Services were held Sat- m I / A Mass of Christian Burial was contributed considerably to the record considered good. Anglers will notice urday, Oct. ll,at 1 p.m. atthe Helm- mlmm held Friday, Oct. 17, at the church number of fishing licenses sold in re- fewer of the large 12-14 inch perch dalHall, mlmm of Saint Michael in Buckman, cent years." this winter. Burial was in the Klara Lutheran m I m Minn., with Bishop Donald Kettler North Dakota's three big fisheries The Missouri River between Garri- Cemetery, rural Heimdal. m m m presiding. Burial was in the Saint ~i+: ~ - Lake Sakakawea, Lake Oahe/Mis- son Dam and Lake Oahe is still under Ardell was born on April 29,mmmm MichaeICemetery, Buckman. ~ souri River and Devils Lake - con- the influence ofhabitat changes caused 1938, on the family farm near Heim- ~ m m The Rev. Alvin John Quade was ~ tinue to account for approximately half by the flood in 2011. Walleye numbers dal to Henry and Hattie (Fossen) I ~m~l born Oct. 8, 1927, in Beach. He ~ of the annual statewide fishing effort, remain low, and walleye reproduction Berglund He attended school in~P~ was the son of John and Theresia ~ Good habitat and forage conditions and forage fish production have been Heimdal and graduated from the " ~ (Kahl) Quade. Father Quade at- ~ in Lake Sakakawea have resulted in an poor in recent years. However, theout- Benson County Agricultural School with John Deere. tended District 13,grade school, St. -- abundance of rainbow smelt and other look has greatly improved in Lake in Maddock. He worked on the fam- Ardell is survived by his brother, Philip, Mont., and St. Michael,s Moran, St. James, Philbrook, Aug. alternative forage, which in turn has Oahe, especially near the South ily farm for a number of years. He Harold (Dallas) Berglund of Cava- School, Buckman; , St. John s 1957-Aug. 1960; St. Mary, Upsala, contributed to excellent condition and Dakota border where recovering for- also built grain elevators and worked lier; sisters, Marlys Baumann of Preparatory, St,. John s University Aug. 1960-July 1966; St. Nicholas, growth of game fish.Walleye numbers age populations have led to improve- on the Great Northern Railroad sec- Beach; and Donna Rogers of Sanand St. John s Seminary, Col- St. Nicholas, July 1966-July 1974; are high, and recruitment of several ments in walleye condition and tion crew. For health reasons he lived Antonio, Texas; numerous nieces, legeville, Minn. Father Quade was St. John, Foley, July 1974-June strong year classes in recent years growth. In addition, northern pike are for over 20 years in nursing homes nephews and cousins, ordained by the Most Rev; Peter W. 1983; St. Mary, Little Falls, June bodes well for the future. In addition, a in good shape, with many of trophy in Wilton, Underwood and New Ardell was preceded in death by Bartholome at St. Mary s Cathe- 1983-Oct. 1988; Holy Cross, Hard- good population of northern pike size. Salem. . his parents and two brothers, Leo and dral, St. Cloud, Minn., May 1, ing, Oct. 1988-July 1993; St. James, should produce some of trophy qual- Ardell was an artist and he loved Glenn. 1954. He celebrated his first MasS Randall, July 1993-July 2001. Fa- ity. to sketch cars, trucks and tractors. He Arrangements were with Hertz in St. Michael s Church, Buckman, ther Quade retired July 2,2001. was passionate about anything to do Funeral Home, Harvey. June 6, 1954. Father Quade served as dean of [ Billings County Pioneer I Father Quade served in the fol- the Foley Deanery from 1974 until I ABBREVIATED NOTICE I | P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621 I ,_ ,, ,, lowing pastoral assignments in the 1976, and dean of the Little Falls I OF INTI=NT TO I I (U.S.P.S. Pub. No. 056-180) I Konalo NOllar Diocese of St. Cloud, Minn.: asso- Deanery from 1985 until 1988. He [ ~l~n R.--~I=I~i:~AI ] I Staff: Richard Volesky, edi- I elate pastor, St Paul, Sauk Centre, was also active in the Charismatic [ ,-.,-, I [toy/reporter and Jane Cook, office I EVANSVILLE, Minn - Ronald ~ - , " - [~uMmNnon~mnv,- ~uL,-o I Iand news assistant. [ ." . ~ July 1954-Dec. 1954; St. Ann, Renewal. Hollar, Wadena, Dec. 1954-June 1955; Sa-Father Quade is survived by his I Registration ald I I The Billings County Pioneer is pub- I passed away on Monday, Nov 3, . . . " . = cred Heart, Staples, June 1955-Au- brother, Ralph. He was preceded in lEaf hvs'ma TI heraoists[ I lished each Thursday, 22 CentralAve., I I ~cal Therat~vAssistants. I I Suite 1. Beach, ND 58621 by Nord- I 2014 at Prame Ridge Hospital in Elbow Lake, Minn gust, 1957; pastor: St. Isidore, death by his parents. [ ...... ~ -~', --,. .........I I mark Publishing. Periodicals postage I Ronald was born on Nov. 18, I /~ll.Jt l~oar(l Ol I i paid at Beach, ND and additional mail- | 1941 in Beach, the son of Harold I~-- .'.~11 II~--.IAk=-'. I- I 1Ol~,tr~;,,~,Jl Tl~.-~n,tr I I ingoffices. I and Rose (Wertz) Hollar. Ronwas LJaVlU r'i lli:llllllUh I 1 =mv~l~,.a= L=,~lalJ2' ] [ POSTMASTER:Send address [ ] ~9o address.pro0_ose.d I I changes to: Billings County Pioneer, P.O. [ raised on the family ranch north of SPRINGFIELD, Ore. - David Springfield; Bernadette Ohlhauser of I ._cooe I I Box 156, Beach, ND 58621. / Beach. He was educated at a rural Palahniuk of Springfield, Ore., passed Texas; Josephine Gregory and Julia I ] I Please allow two weeks for new [ country school and the Beach Pub- away on Oct. 21,2014, of congestive Haag and brother Bernard Palahniuk I "' .......... "' [I subscriptions, renewal of expired sub- / lic School, graduating from Beach heart failure. He was bum on Oct. 17, of North Dakota. He is preceded in ] ............ Offices of I I scriptions and for address changes. ] High School in May 1959. He en- :: 1931, to Alex and Mary (Grosulak) death by his parents and brothers I ~r:..-- I I Contact Information / I v,,,u== vvuii i_dw r,,,,, I I : phone: 701-872-3755 / tered the U.S. Navy after gradua- Palahniuk in Gorham, N.D. James and Steve. I 220 N. 4th St. [ I Fax: 701-872-3756 / tion and served aboard the USS David is survived by his wife A Rosary was held at St. Alice[ R|m~rt, k KIN I | Emaih goldenandbillings@ / Eldorado at San Diego, Calif. He Shirley, his children Rick (Darla) Church in Springfield, on Nov. 1, at I ,.__--~-'"-)__",'_"_ ~'_',,-- ^^, I I gmail.eom / was honorably discharged early to Palahniuk, Pam (Les)Morgan,Kevin 11:30 a.m. with a Funeral Mass at I Mort., uecemoer o, zu 4 I I . Subscriptions: take over operations of the family (Michelle) Palahniuk and Kirk noon. A reception followed the Mass. I 10:00 a.m. CT I 1 I year: $34 Billings County / ranch. (Yolanda) Palaniuk all of Springfield. Burial with military services was held I A~sed rules may be obtained [ l and Belfield area ] I b~g the board at 106 Eastern I I 1 year: $38 elsewhere in / Run operated the family ranchRun is survived by his wife, He is also survived by 11 grandchil- at 2:30 p.m. at Springfield Memorial l 237, phone (701)1 | North Dakota / for 20 years He then owned andDiane; two sons, Harold (Jackie) dren; his four sisters" Ann Palanuk of Gardens. 1 352~ vl~r_flow_n!oaae_o I | 1 year: $42 out-of-state and ] operated the Coast to Coast Hard- and Vernon (Nancy), both of Hast- " I % .'L721 I snowbirds ' ware store in Beach for five years ings, Minn.; six grandchildren: I I 9 months: $25 In-state and worked in the oil fields forthe Jason, Jennifer, Jordyn, McKensie, " ........ " "" " I i; ;-il I college rate next seven years. After that time he Nicole and Grant; sisters, Miriam I w J , [ ] ~r. ~scoun~ [ ] The Billings County Pioneer is a moved to the Vermillion/Hastings, Guderian of Hibbing, Jeanette J ~~arata.~ ] [~~,~~ ~ ......... [ ] proud member of the North Minn., area and for the past 15 Mitchell of Wausau, Wis.; a I ~~-e~n Montana I [ oe_m rh, 2.0fl4; I I Dakota Newspaper Association. years, resided in Evansville, Minn. brother, Timothy of Hamilton, I ....... ................... I I ~'. 2Y~;:;I I' AII content is copyrighted, i Run met Diane Schmeling in Mont.; aunt, Eva Ferguson; and by I FuneralDireetors I high school and they were married many cousins, nephews and nieces. [ t/~~?.~ ...... I "' " "' .... on Feb. 9, 1963. The couple had Funeral Service: 2 p.m., Satur- [ btevenson I two sons: Harold and Vernon. day, Nov. 8, at Faith Lutheran ] Tom Muclde Bill Myers I "k . -k -k *- -* Run enjoyed flying, bowling, Church in Evansville [ ..I " ....... visiting with everyone, and would Visitation: 12:30- 2 p.m.,Satur-II Rt~ ~_ ,q~_ 70DD at" 701-48 - 79OO II m'T-n "~ i ~ ITSeeorRyAnaiys~ find out as much about an individ- day at the church II ~.2ff,2~..~ ;22, II ~1~ I I ~ !'~1 .,,dministervariousente~'pi'ise ~. ~ ~ ~ _~ ~ information security solutions. ~L ual as he could in no time flat. He Clergy: Rev. Dennis Preston I Network Engineer II " was a jokester and played many Interment: Beach Lutheran .~ ~~dl~'l~ .Design. implement & support large l(- ~f ~'/network infrastructure (data, voice & video). tricks on his family and neighbors. Cemetery, Beach o Strong knowledge of HTML and CSS He was preceded in death by his Glende-Nilson Funeral Home - ! -~" "~'-'~ ~ , ~ .- I ~ ,.. " -~___~'*~ "k Web Designer parents; two brothers, William Evansville, Minnesota ] ~o,va L;ooperauve [ ~ ~ * Software Development Team Leader . " " . Manage team of Application Developers "re ~r Software Development Projects "Bill" and George "Jack." Condolences: 7~ / ~ i . ~.~.. A .... I I ..~ ~ "~ Project Management Team Leader ~r Elevator . nnuu [ p *.aBageptoje mgrs, coordinateprojectmgmtoversighgy I "t m'~ ~ -k .Project Manager ., 011 activ ty report I "r,y0u on" I I . . . Meetung 'UT * "~ * I contact ull at - 701.328.1004 or TTY 1.800.366.6888 I PERMITS: I.,,, ,, ,, .,I I Dec. 4th at 2.00 pm at l #29903 - XTO ENERGY INC,I Wlle/ e YOUr HOUSe 15! I I I JOHNSON34X-36BXC, SWSE36- [ ~,i~, ~.~z~ s~e~,~r ] I the WP Nistler BId~ I [ ~o,.,~ V E ~s~ossos are c~:~.,, : "~ I 144N-103W, GOLDEN ALL Y I ~o,rbos~o~ue ~ ~,,~o,~e~o,~;~,~y I I [ Fire Emergeney Order CO., 969' FSL and 1823' FEL, DE- I " ~' . .................... '~''~'oI I Golva ND I / VELOPMENT, MORGAN DRAW, I I $ / WHEREAS, the Billings County Board of Count~' Commissioners 'Tight Hole', 2599' Ground, API #33- / recogniz~es that current conditions have created an exlreme risk m the citizens and 033-00353 ........ ~ ............. : ...... / property within Billings County, ND, of unnecessary loss by fire; and #29904 - XTO ENERGY INC., - ~ ~" ELK HORN FEDERAL 44X- # _. ~ ~ ~.. ~P'~[ / WIlEREAS, the Board wishes to regulate activities within the County [ which pose a potential hazard tbr such loss, should the present weather conditions 36BXC, SESE 36-144N-103W, Jl~ ~ t~_ _ I~_ continue. GOLDEN VALLEY CO.. 793 FSL ~ ! :3 M" I IE D @ Il l 114 t" / NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RI~'SOI,VEI) BIIA,INGS COUNTY IS and 863' FEL DEVELOPMENT, ~ ~[.~ll ~z ~ ,l~rt_.,,~ ~lm~ ~1~. ~ ~ / DECLARED UNDER A FIRE EMERGENCY ORI)ER AND A IIURN IIAN IS IN MORGAN DI~AW, 'Tight Hole', # r~-- . . ~---~ ~- .... v. ~---~-- ---.---- ~ / FORCE. 2578' Ground, API #33-033-00354 ~ WATER SUPPLY WELL ~ ~ WeND " t ~ 1. No travel is to be allowed offof surfaced roadways normalh' used for ABANDONED" ,~~ ] vehicular traffic except as necessary [;:)r normal Ihrmer/rancher or induslr5 ,07516-WHITINGOILAND # ,~ W Dehver. / operations. GAS CORPORATION, BIG STICK ~'- ,lr ~ .... / 2. Industrial operating crews and farmer/rancher operations shall have fire / extinguishers and normal fire-fighting equipment at hand, and industria! (MADISON) UNIT1704SWSE17-# a~ll~~l~l Mon.- Sat. personnelslmllremainatthejobsiteforone-halfhourafterOaily 142N- 100W, BILLINGS CO. lri2 6p o0oo.on 0 om0,o,o .m.- 9 p.m. / I DEADLINESl #. 4. Bu,'n banto includeanyopen bt,mingwhich inch,desa ban o,, thc ig,,ifion I I [ of fireworks, garbage or pit burning and campfires. Full Menu The deadline fori 5. This burn ban is in effeet fbr Billings Cmmty fc, r the next 3O days. I submitted copy and I # $2 delivery" charge / I Strd reS anndoo adn [ . . [ DAYS IN JAil., ANI) A $1000.00 FINE.), and reslillllinll of fire suppression cosls i In Beach! We will delwer further [ estabtished by this resolution is guilty ofa Class B Misdemeanor (UP TO 30 Fridays. Call Bar Hours. Mon., Thurs., Frl.- 4 p.m. -1 a.m. ) .y _ ........ 1872-3755 or.e-mail[ Sat.-12 p.m.-1 a.m. Sun.-12 p.m.-12 a.m. I ' enan '"'n0s I " " g Come play at La Playa 701-872-8226 27 S. Central Ave. Beach, ND / Attest: ~~ ,,# 866-483-7900 or 701-483-7900 www.stevensonfunera[ This Week's Local Forecast OUR ENEA"6 ~ C0~$ THROU6M Farmers Union Oil Co. 701-872-4471 Interstate Cenex 701-872-3590 \~llr/ ,OT STUFFI Hot Stuff Pizza 701-872-3190 Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Mostly Sunny Mostly Sunny Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy Mostly Cloudy Mostly Cloudy Snow Possible 9/-7 11/-5 12/1 23/5 18/4 15/1 21/7 Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 10% Precip Chance: 10% Precip Chance: 10% Precip Chance: 20% Precip Chance: 30% Is there a difference between a frost and a hard freeze?