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June 7, 2021 The Star Page 11 LaFountain (Continued from Page 10) Peggy SChe” rough. With a small opening to work tion with three outstanding shots on rowly missed par putt on the closing Rylan and Beth Yoder, Easton, Cassian, and Kinley, of Wolford, had Sunday dinner guests. They were Beth’s parents, Ward and Carol Beachy, Sterling Beachy, Jamie and Julie Beachy and family, and Leon and Jeanna Beachy, Tyrese and Alexa. They celebrated Carol’s Monday birthday with a picnic. Kyle and Sara McClammer, Maxwell, and George, of Indiana, Indianapolis, arrived at the home of Sara’s parents, Randy and Kathy ~ Benson, on Sunday. On Monday the went to the Benson campsite at Lake Upsilon. Wednesday, Sara and the boys visited her friend, Bil- lie (Gefroh) Olson at Hampden. Thursday morning Kathy, Sara, Max, and George visited Adam and April Mawby, of rural Bisbee, and saw their animals. Kenny Spaeth, and his daughter, Sonya Spaeth, of Grand Forks, ar- rived at the home of Kenny’s niece and nephew, Joey Wulkowicz and Pete Solberg, on Saturday. Kenny and Sonya left Tuesday morning to return home. Donna Gaschk, of Bismarck, ar- rived at the home of her sister, Marge, and Dale Pederson, on Tuesday. Wednesday Donna and Marge’s mother, Betty Haman, of Rolette, visited her daughters in the afternoon. Donna prepared supper for Dale, Marge, Betty, and Ryan and Jenn Pederson, Ella, Eryn, and Eli. Brad Edwardson, of Wahpeton, and his sons, Brandon, of Fridley, Minnesota, and Spencer, of Ten- nessee, visited Peggy Schell, and Randy and Jeannie Schell, on Sat- lurday. Peggy Schell went to Rolette on NOTICES A public notice is information informing citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens’ everyday lives. Public notices have been printed in local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information, for more than 200 years. Monday to the home of her cousin, Kay Heinz. Kay’s sister, Bonnie, and Ole Teigen, of Cottage Grove, Minnesota, were house guests of Kay. The four of then went to the Memorial Day program at the Me— morial Hall in Rolette. Following the meal that was served after- wards. Peggy, Ole, Bonnie, and Kay returned to Kay’s house for a few games of pinochle before Peggy left for home. Tuesday Peggy Schell accompa- nied Judy Boe, of rural Perth, to Rolette. They visited Bonnie Teigen and went out for lunch to— gether. Ole spent the day Visiting his nephew, Richard, and Nancy Arstein, Ole and Bonnie left to re- turn home Tuesday morning. Judy Boe went to Bottineau on Wednesday where she met friends from Mesa, Arizona, Weslaco, Texas, and Minot and they had lunch together at the Bakery. Jodi Anfinson,of Minot, spent the Memorial Day weekend with her parents, Curt and Joan Anfin- son. Ervin and RuthAnn Helmuth went into Rolette on Friday for breakfast at Llinda’s. Saturday Ervin Helmuth picked up Tom Peterson and they went to Lakeview Mennonite Church for the men’s breakfast. Ervin and RuthAnn Helmuth at- tended Mass in Rolette on Sunday. Afterwards they drove to Rolla and had their noon meal at Dairy Queen. Monday Ervin and RuthAnn Helmuth went to Rolette where RuthAnn took part in the Memorial Day program at the Rolette Memo- rial Hall. At the Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery after the serv- ice, RuthAnn assisted with the placing of the wreath. Ervin and RuthAnn then joined the veterans, their families and guests for dinner back at the Memorial Hall after- wards. Tuesday Ervin and RuthAnn Helmuth went to Rolette for break- fast at Linda’s. The regulars had a belated birthday party for RuthAnn whose birthday was in May. Ervin and RuthAnn Helmuth were among those at the Cottage in Rugby for the Graber breakfast on Wednesday. They came back through Rolette and had their sen— ior meals dinner at Linda. Larry and Rugby Wilkie, of Rolla, joined them at their table and they had a good visit. Klang Benson went to Rugby last Wednesday and attended the painting class sponsored by the Vil— lage Arts Council. Katrina Case was the instructor. Dean' and Klang Benson at- tended the Memorial Day service in Cando on Monday. That afternoon Klang went to Wolford for the “Taps Across America” at 3 pm. On May 23rd Dianne Johnson, of rural Rolla, joined her sister, Darla Armstrong and they went to Munich School where they at- tended the eighth grade graduation of Darla’s grandson, Colton Buch- weitz. Afterwards the family had cake at the home of Colton’s other grandmother, Jan Buchweitz, of Munich. Thursday Daniel and Darla Armstrong were pizza guests of Di- anne and Kevin Johnson. Torn Peterson visited Daniel and Darla Armstrong on Sunday. SENIOR COMPANION SERVICES IN NORTH DAKOTA AmoriCorps Seniors Lutheran Social Service and Americorps want to ensure North Dakota Seniors continue active and healthy lifestyles. lfyou are over 55 and can use help with: 0 Reducing isolation this past year. meeting new people 0 Assistance with correspondence, such as paying bills 0 Simple household tasks 0 An ongoing resource, advocate, and friend who can help you stay independent and healthy Please contact Becky at 701.389.2293 or Becky.Telin@lssmn.org Tuesday Wednesday Thursday $91; S“ 1” 2’42”- Partly Cloudy High: 85 Low: 60 High: 86 Low: 58 High: 81 Low: 54 High: 80 Low: 51 Isolated T-storms Isolated T-storms Friday 9.“ If Sunny Regional Temperatures North Dakota Tuesday Wednesday South Dakota Tuesday Wednesday g1 Hi/LO XV_X Hi/Lo fl Hi/Lo 2V1 Hi/Lo _VV_X Bismarck . . . .. 91/66 pc 92/64 1 Aberdeen. . . .. 95/66 pc 94/67 sh Bottineau. . . . . 87/62 pC 88/59 I Rapid City. . . . 90/65 pc 92/64 s Devils Lake . . 88/64 pc 89/62 I Sioux Falls . . . 90/67 pc 89/68 1 Dickinson 89/61 pc 88/58 pc Fargo ...... .. 92/67 pc 91/68 1 Montana Grand Forks .. 90/65 pc 89/63 1 Billings -- 90/58 p6 87/57 PC Jamestown 90/65 pc 91/64 1 Minnesota Minot . . . . . . .. 90/64 pc 91/60 I Du‘mh A I p M 77/57 1 73/58 I R“ng """ 88/62 PC 87/59 ‘ Minneapolis 91/71 1 90/72 r Williston 90/61 pc 88/58 I " Weather (Wxi: cllcloudy; lI/tlurries; MaHHOba’ canada pc/pamly cloudy: Inc/mostly cloudy: r/rain/z Brandon- ' 32/19 PC . 32/19 PC rs/i'ain & snow: s/sunny: sh/showers: sn/snow: Killamey - - - - 32/22 5 32/18 3 ss/snow showers: t/thunderstorms Winnipeg. . . . . 32/l9 pC 32/l 8 pt: Sun and Moon Saturday Mostly Cloudy High: 77 Low: 50 Sunday Sunny High: 75 Low: 46 High: 77 Low: 50 In-Depth Local Forecast Sunny Today we will see partly cloudy skies with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. high temperature of 85°. humidity of 33%. East southeast wind 9 to 14 mph. The record high temperature for today is 95° set in 1988. Expect partly cloudy skies tonight with a 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms. overnight low of 60". East southeast wind 10 to 14 mph. The record low for tonight is 330 set in 1966. Local UV Index 93‘ a}: EHIE UV Index 0-2: Low. 3-5: Moderate, 6-7: High. 8-10: Very High. Tiny Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset 11+: Ex‘wmc Exposure Tuesday 5:35 a.m. 9:40 p.111. 4:38 a.m. 8:1 1 pm. New Wednesday 5:35 a.m. 9:40 pm. 5:04 am. 9:17 pm. Weather Trivia 6/10 Thursday 5:35 am. 9:41 pm. 5:36 a.m. 10:19 pm. K Friday 5:34 a.m. 9:42 pm. 6:16 a.m. 1 1:14 p.m. I. 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The fourth shot landed on the hole’s undulating green, a good 30— plus feet from the pin. Four putts and a triple bogey later, LaFountain and her backers stood stunned and won- dering if she would recover. LaFountain answered that ques- the final hole and the all-state plaque that she held during the award cere— mony later in that afternoon. LaFountain started out the touma— ment like every player wants to — with a birdie. She carded a 4 on the par 5 413—yard hole using a big drive right off the mark. After taking a step back two of her next three holes, the Dunseith senior rattled off four straight pars and nar- hole of the front nine, despite a heroic save from the fairway bunker. The 'second nine was a little more trying for LaFountain. She parred the par 5 second hole and that was it. The rest were bogeys to go in with a 44 and 82 overall for her first Class B state tournament round. LaFountain was 10 back of the leader after day one and three back breaking into the top five. Anglers encouraged to report tagged fish North Dakota Game and Fish Department fisheries bi- ologists tagged hundreds of walleyes in two North Dakota waters/earlier this spring to determine exploita— tion and harvest in these popular fisheries. Walleyes were fitted with jaw tags at Rice Lake, Em- mons County, and Antelope Lake, Pierce County, as part of one-year studies in both waters. Tagging fish for study purposes in North Dakota is not uncommon. For example, Department fisheries biologists are in the third year of a four-year walleye tagging study on Lake Sakakawea to look at such things as natural mor- tality, aging mortality and fish movements. caught. Fisheries biOlogists say it’s imperative walleye anglers report tagged fish from whatever waters they are fishing, no matter if they end up in livewells or back in the lake. Anglers are also encouraged to treat tagged walleye just like they would treat any other fish they might have If it’s a fish an angler was planning on keeping, then Assembly of God -, Rolette Sunday School at 9 a.m. Sunday Worship at 10 a.m. Evening Service at 6:00 pm. Pastor Gene Wilson 246-3250 Ebenezer Lutheran Brethren - Rolette 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship Pastor Rob Roise 246-3488 Sacred Heart Catholic Church Rolette Isl, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 11 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sundays at 9 a.m. Fr. Paulraj Thondappa 246-3449 Valle Lutheran Church - Rolette Children/Adult Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Worship at 9:45 a.m. - 246-3574 Mountain View Ministry j Salem Mennonite Church 3 miles south of Mylo Sunday School at 10 a.m. Sunday Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday Evening at 7 pm. Wednesday Prayer Meeting at pm. Wolford Community Church Sunday Worship at 10 a.m. Pastor Dan Slaubaugh - 583-2581 Lakeview Mennonite Church 4635 78th St. Wolford Sunday Worship at 10:30 a.m. with children’s church during Pastor Hubert Hotchkiss 583-2211 Turtle Mountain Baptist Church, Rolla Sunday Worship at 11 a.m. 5 pm. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Wednesday Worship at 7 pm. Pastor Frank Sheridan - 477-3213 Presbyterian Church - Rolla Sunday Worship at 11:00 am ACT, Wednesdays at 6:30 pm 477-5376 Immanuel Lutheran Church Rolla - L.C.M.S. Sunday Worship at 8 a.m. Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Holy Communion: Observed 131 and 3rd Sunday of every month Rev. Scott Romey - 477-5122 Our Savior’s Lutheran Rolla Wednesday Sunday School 5 pm. Wednesday Youth Group at Prysbeterian Church at 7:05 pm. Sunday Worship 10 a.m. Nicholas Rohde - 477-3246 Emmanuel Church - Dunseith Sunday School and Sunday Worship, 10 a.m. 3rd Avenue South - Dunseith Rev. Wayne Hanson - 477-8578 St. Joachim Catholic Church Rolla Saturday Mass at 5:30 pm Sunday Mass Schedule at 8:30 a.m. Jan., March, May, JuIy,-Sep1. Nov. Sunday Mass Schedule 10:30 a.m. Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct, Dec. Rev. Thai AIuI 477-5277 United Methodist Church — Rolla Worship at 8:30 a.m. Rick Craig, Pastor 968-3361 www.mlloumccom Anishinabe Church of God - Dunseith Sunday Worship at 11 a.m. Kidz Zone at 11 a.m. Prayer Communion, Tuesday at 6 pm. Pastor Daniel Boon 228-2056 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints - Rugby Sunday services at 10 a.m. - 202 2nd St. West, Rugby President Val Christonson- 246-3579 Dunseith Jesus Name Church of the Apostolic Faith 111 Main Street in Dunseith Sunday Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 6 pm. Wednesday Worship at 7:30 pm. Pastor Todd Belgarde - 244-2230 Peace Lutheran Church and United Methodist Church Joint Worship - Dunseith Combined Sunday Worship at 11:15 a.m. Children/Adult Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 244-5781 ' Mountain View Ministry St. Michael The Archangel Catholic Church, Dunseith Saturday Mass at 5 pm. Sunday Mass at 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Rev. Michael Slovak, S.0.L.T. 244-5738 St. Sylvan’s Episcopal - Dunseith 10 a.m. on the First and Third Sundays Father Paul Zaharia 701-720-2880 Christian Missionary Alliance - Turtle Mt. Alliance Church, Dunseith Pastor Gary Dom - Youth Pastor Joel Musser Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Church Service at 11 a.m. Youth Group, Wednesday 5:30 to 7:30 pm. 244-0532 All Nations Lutheran Church Rock Lake - L.C.M.S. Sunday Worship at 9:30 a.m. Rev. Scott Ramey- 266-5361 Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church - Rock Lake Sunday Mass Schedule at 10:30 a.m. Jan., March, May, July, Sept. Nov. Sunday Mass Schedule 8:30 a.m. Fob., April, June, Aug., Oct, Dec. Rev. Thai Arul 477-5277 United, Methodist Church Rock Lake Sunday Worship at 9:45 a.m. Rick Craig, Pastor - 968-3361 Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Bisbee tst Sunday at 9 a.m. 2nd, 3rd, and 51h Sundays, Saturday at 5 pm. 4th Sunday at 11 a.m. Fr. Paulrai Thondappa 246-3449 harvest the fish. If it’s a fish an angler was going to re- lease, then do so, but record the tag number and leave the tag on the fish. Tagged fish can be reported on the De- partment’s website, gf.nd.gov, or call the Game and Fish Department’s main office in Bismarck at 701-328-6300. St. Ann’s Catholic Church - Belcourt Saturday Mass at 5:30 pm. Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.,10 a.m., 5 pm. Confessions: SIL 9:30 am A 06:30 pm, Sun. 8-11 a.m., 4230-6 pm and before or after daily Masses Tuesday 11111 and 12th grade Youth Group 8:30 at 8 pm Wednesday: Gift-12th Youth Group 6:30 at 6 pm. Thursdor 4th-5Ih Grade Open Youth Room 4:30-15 pm. Friday. Gth-lzth Open Youth Room 0:30 at 8 pm Saturday: No Youth Group Rev. Dennis Mary Dunn, S.0.L.T. , Rev. Jim Mulligan, S.0.L.T. Rev. Anthony Hessian, Docon Francis Davis 477-5601 St. Anthony’s Catholic Church Belcourt Sunday Mass at 11:30 a.m. Fr. Dennis Mary Dugan, S.0.L.T. - 477-5601 St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - St. John Saturday Vigil Mass at 5:30 pm. Sunday Mass at 10:30 a.m. Confession Saturdays 4:15 to 5:15 pm. Rev. Richard Fineo 477-3081 Presbyterian Church, St. John Sunday Worship at 9:00 cm 477-5376 Emmanuel Chapel - PCG, St. John Sunday School and Sunday Worship, 6:30 pm. 218 Grace Street, St. John Rev. Wayne Hanson - 477-8578 St. Benedict’s Catholic Church Rural Belcourt Sunday Mass at 8:30 a.m. Confession: Sundays 8 to 8:30 a.m. Rev. Richard Fineo 477-3081 St. Paul’s Ojibwa Lutheran, Belcourt Sunday Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Pastor Marv Abrahamson - 477-6429 Assembly of God - Belcourt Turtle Mountain Worship Center Prayer Meeting Wednesdays at 6 pm. Bible Study Wednesdays at 7 pm. Sunday Worship 1:111:00 a.m. Curtis Patnaude, pastor Phone 477-6017 Notre Dame Catholic Church Willow City 151 and 4th Sundays, Saturday at 5 pm. 2nd Sunday at 11 a.m. 3rd and 51h Sunday at 9 a.m. Fr. Paul/oi Thondappa 246-3449 ' Willow Creek Lutheran Church Overly Sunday Worship at 8:30 a.m. . 244-5781 Mountain View Ministry Wolford Lutheran Church Sunday Worship at 8:30 a.m. Coffee: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Rev. Barb Haugerud Church on a Mission Pentecostal Church of God 19th 1st 81., 3rd Ave. SE, Dunseith (701) 244-0268 Rev. Lloyd and Rae Flansburg — The church directory is presented by the following businesses and professional firms in our communities who encourage you to attend the church of your choice. ROLLA DRUG Phone 477-3174 DACOTAH BANK Member FDIC First State Insurance of Rolla PRESENTATION MEDICAL CENTER Rolla - 477-3161 JOHNSON OIL co. Tesoro Products Rolette - 246-3771 ROLETTE STATE BANK Member FDIC ROLETTE INSURANCE AGENCY ' at Rolette State Bank - 246-3395 MAIN STREET SALOON Bryant Mueller, owner 477-5230 HARLOW’S BUS, SALES & srnvuce Harlow Hageness, owner Rolette 246-3700 LEEVERS FOODS Rolla’s Full Service Grocery MUNRO MOTOR COMPANY Phone 477-3124 - Rolla TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR News - Commentary - Sports 477-6495