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Page 2 The Star October 20, 2014 Mary Lou Meyer Mary Lou Meyer, 75, Rolette, ND, Formerly of Bisbee, ND, passed away on Friday, October 10, 2014 at the Trinity Hospital in Minot, ND. Service of Christian Burial was held on Thursday, October 16, 2014, at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Bis- bee, with Fr. Philip Chacko cele- brant. Burial was in the Holy Rosary Catholic Cemetery, Bisbee. Casket bearers were Tyler Meyer, Joe Sha, Brent Meyer, Chase Mat- tern, Matt Hendrickson, Jacob Keil, and Kole Graber. Honorary bearers will be all of Mary Lou's grandchildren and great- grandchildren. Mary Lou was born in Osage, MN, on May 27, 1939, to Phillip and Gertrude (Haberle) Erickson. She lived in many different towns in Min- nesota until moving to North Dakota while still in her teens. She married Eugene Meyer on October 21, 1956. The couple lived in Olmstead and Egeland before making their home in Bisbee il 1979. In 2000 she moved to the farm in Rolette area with Jack Graber until her death. Mary Lou worked the potato fields; the grocery store in Egeland, The Chocolate Shop Care in Bisbee,, but her fulltime job was mother to 11 children. She enjoyed watching sports, Nascar, reading, going to the casino, and playing cards. She loved the "Big Family Get Togethers" and will always be remembered for being a very loving mother, wife, and com- panion. Mary Lou is survived by her chil- dren: Mike (Maletta) Meyer of Cas- selton, ND, Marlin Meyer of Fargo, ND, Mark (Laura) Meyer of Mesa, AZ, Butch Meyer of Tioga, ND, Tina (Keith) Hendrickson of Bisbee, ND, Anita Sha of Bisbee, ND, Mary (Gordy Wenzel) Meyer of Brandon, SD, Karl (Li) Meyer Of Tioga, ND, Ron Meyer of Bisbee, ND, Toni (Toby) Mattern of Epping, ND, and Kathleen (Jered) Graber of Bisbee, ND. She was blessed with 23 grand- children, 23 great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. Siblings: Robert (Sue LaRude) Erickson, Everette (Nancy) Erickson, Harold (Sally) Erickson, and Aunie Hocken- berry. In laws: Kenny (Linda) Meyer, Janice (Larry) Gores, and Delmer Houim. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Eugene Meyer; Brothers: Alvin and three infant brothers, Sister: Lucy. Sister in law: Mary Ann Houim. Online guestbook is available at Dunnigan-Dix Funeral Home of Cando, ND was in charge of arrange- ments. Leona M. Leftwich Leona M. Leftwich, 89, Bis- marck, North Dakota, passed away Thursday, October 2, 2014, at Mis- souri Slope Lutheran Care Center, Bismarck. Funeral services were held Monday, October 6, 2013, at Mis- souri Slope Lutheran Care Center Chapel with Rev. Rebecca Aardahl officiating. Burial was Tuesday, Oc- tober 7, in the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery, Mandan. Leona was born June 30, 1925, to Edward and Elda (Tuenge) Lentz at Hansboro, North Dakota, where she was raised and educated in country schools. On April 4, 1947, she mar- ried Calvin Leftwich. Leona worked on the family farm while raising their two children. She was a member of the Missouri Synod Lutheran Church. She enjoyed crafting, bak- ing, and spending time with friends and family. She is survived by her husband, Calvin, Bismarck; one daughter, Linda (Jim) Willis, Souris, North Dakota; one son, Dave (Jackie) Left- wich, Bismarck; three grandchildren, Brian Leftwich, Kyle (Andrea) Left- wich, and Karl (Chase) Filtingham; four great-grandchildren, Anja, Micha, and Emelia Leftwich, and Hunter and soon to be baby Filling- ham; four sisters, Laverna Gores, Agnes (Ron) Skime, Adeline Guder- john, and Helen McCarthney; three brothers, Walter, Gene, and Vernie Lentz; two sisters-in-laws, Judy Lentz and Phyllis Lentz; and numer- ous nieces and nephews. Leona was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers, Edward, Clarence, Marlyn; and one sister, Rose Thue. The family would like to thank the staff at Missouri Slope Lutheran Care Center for the wonderful care they provided Leona these past few years. Please sign her guestbook and share memories at www.da- Funeral arrangements were made with DaWise-Perry Funeral Services, Mandan, North Dakota. Gloria Rishling Gloria Rishling, age 63, of Bel- court, ND, passed away on Saturday, October 11,2014 at Trinity Hospital, Minot, ND. Gloria Jean Rishling was born on January 21, 1951 in Belcourt, to Thomas and Catherine (Bonneaup) Cree. She was raised in Belcourt and completed her schooling there. Gloria was united in marriage to John Rishling on August 21, 1970, in Fremont, NE. Together they raised seven children, Collette, John Jr., Terry, Kathy, Dixie, Tracy and Stacy. Gloria worked as a teacher's aide at the Belcourt Elementary School, was a seamstress, and worked for the Belcourt Hospital and Skydancer Casino as an EMT. She enjoyed quilting, sewing and working on crafts, especially around the holidays with her family. She also enjoyed reading and had a wonderful collec- tion of books. Gloria, John and their son, Terry, and his family, took a trip to Grace- land together, as she was an avid Elvis fan and collector of his memo- rabilia. She liked being outdoors planting her flowers and working in her garden. Gloria loved the time that she spent with her grandchildren and family members. Bible study at St. Ann's was also important to her. Gloria will be lovingly remem- bered and greatly missed by her fam- ily members and many friends. Gloria is survived by her daugh- ters, Collette (Alan) Hackman of Mandan, Kathy (Lee) DeLong of Belcourt, Dixie Rishling of Belcourt, and Tracy (Jeffrey) Nobles of Wood- bridge, VA; sons, John Jr. (Mindy) Rishling of Mandan and Stacy (Roni) Rishling of Grand Forks; 24 grand- children, Jaelyn, Cole, Alyssa, Court- ney, Sophie, Brittany, Sage, Kenadee, Kaedon, Tighe, Terrina, Kash, Jade, Cody, Jamison, Darian, Daisy, Ter- rence, Rylee, Noah, Avery, Ian, Harley, and Alden; five great-grand- children, Alanna, Terrell, Kaylee, Olivia, and Josslyn; sister, Delores (Clifford) LaFountain of Rolla; brother-in-law, Clifford (Carol) Rish- ling of Omaha, NE; daughter-in-law, Nancy Rishling of Fargo; and many nieces and nephws. , , ' Gloria was preceded in death by   her parents, Thomas and Catherine Cree, husband, John Rishling, son, Terry Rishling, grandson, Dale Ed- ward Cree, and brother, Wilmer Cree. Casket Bearers were Duane Morl00et S Following are the closing market prices according to Rolla Coop Grain on 10-17-14, Spring Wheat .......... $5.05 Milling Durum ........ $12.50 Feed Barley ........... $1.65 Oats ................. $2.00 Corn ................. $2.00 Canola .............. $15.20 Soybeans ............. 8.38 Flax ................ $10.80 Winter Wheat ......... No Bid PMC would like to recognize our dedicated Respiratory Care Staff for the quality work they do! O Respirat0 erapists work togethe with PMC Providers to help patients improve their quality of life through better breathing. Visit our website or facebook page for more information about our Respiratory Care Services. Grant, Cole Cree, Wayne Slater, John Slater, Lee DeLong Jr., Loren Peltier, Dwight Cree Jr. and Clifford Rish- ling. Honorary Bearers were nephews, grandsons and Kelly Karnopp, Lee DeLong Sr., Alan Hackman, Jeffrey Nobles and Toby Laverdure. Eucharistic Gifts were presented by Jade Rishling, Tighe DeLong, Courtney Rishling and Jaelyn Pritch- ette. Readers were Carla Wilkie and Judy LaFountain. Rosary was led by Alice Davis and Roseann Trottier. Funeral Mass was Thursday, Oc- tober 16, 2014, St. Ann's Catholic Church, Belcourt. Burial followed in St. Ann's Catholic Cemetery, Belcourt. Elick Funeral Home, Rolla, ND, was in charge of arrangements. Evelyn Charette Evelyn Charette, age 66, of Bel- court, ND passed away on Sunday, October 12, 2014, at the Belcourt Hospital, Belcourt. Evelyn Marie Charette was bom on March 1, 1948 in Belcourt, to George and Blanche (Short) Pat- naude. She was raised in Belcourt and completed her education at Tur- tle Mountain Schools. Evelyn furthered her education at Turtle Mountain Community Col- lege. She worked as and education technician for the Turtle Mountain Elementary School. Evelyn enjoyed time spent with her grandchildren, going to the casino, and telling stories. She will be greatly missed and lovingly re- membered by her family members and many friends. Evelyn is survived by her daugh- ters, Christine Renae (Michale) Thomas of Belcourt, Kara Charette of Belcourt, and Erica (Brian Blue) Charette of Belcourt; twelve grand- children, Brock Charette, Michael Charette, Alisa Price, Tyler Greene, Kaylen Charette, Dakota Stewart, Kyson Charette, River Charette, Trae Blue, Tiara Blue, Brian Blue Jr., and Miah Charette; great granddaughter, Skye Price; brothers, Melvin Pat- naude of Gillette, WY and John Sam Patnaude of Rolla; and sisters, Eliza- beth Beston of Belcourt and Carol Patnaude of Belcourt. Ev, elyn was preceded in death by her parents, ex-husband, Richard :00elebrate eserve "lTe Xt,,re, "lTe Mo,mm', "l'l,e I,!1 Serving North Central North Dakota Personalized Planning Services Pre-Planning Available Pet Cremations Available ,, Brandon, and Melissa Elick : :! I : :owttets Phone: (701) 477-3189 Fax: (701) 477.0342 Charette, and siblings, Helen Bercier, Elmer Patnaude, Joyce Grant, Bar- bara Patnaude, Richard Patnaude, and Edward Patnaude. Casket Bearers were her grand- sons. Honorary Bearers were all family and friends. Funeral Mass was Friday, October 17, 2014, in St. Ann's Catholic Church, Belcourt. Burial followed in St. Ann's Catholic Cemetery, Belcourt. Elick Funeral Home, Rolla, ND, was in charge of arrangements. (USPS 644-300) Established in 1888 Published every Monday 2014 JTN Inc. Jason Nordmark, Publisher/Editor Subscription Rates $34 per year in Rolette, Towner, Bottineau and Pierce counties $36 per year elsewhere in North Dakota $38 per year for snowbirds $42 per year elsewhere in the U.S.A. Periodicals Mail Postage paid at Rolla, North Dakota 58367 and at additional mailing offices POSTMASTER: ......... ,! Send address changes to ' TiJdle Mountain Star, Box 849, Rolle, North Dakota 58367 Ph: 701-477-6495 Fax: 701-477-3182 E.mail: tmstar@ s r]fy lm ,1 Your t How much time do you spend each day planning and preparing meals, not to mention shopping for them and of course eating them? While there are people who enjoy all of this, and not just the part which involves eating, some of us wish it could be simpler and easier to accomplish this basic task of getting nutrients into our bodies, a single product that provides all of our nutritional needs is surely not far away. In fact, there are already products on the market that claim to do just that. But, perhaps we need not take the "simplify your life" advice this far. Maybe just adding more rice and beans to the diet would do it. It would certainly simplify our shopping and make us healthier if we cut out the nutritionally questionable snack foods, such as candy, chips, and soda. Most of us would be better off just drinking water and having some fruit for dessert. We don't need to be vegetarians, but cutting some or even most of the meat out of our diets would probably leave us both healthier and wealthier. Perhaps the best advice we can follow to simplify our diets is to remember the old adage: Eat to live; don't live to eat. - Christopher Simon Exodus 20:3 The businesses listed below sponsor this message and urge you to regularly attend the church of your choice, Turtle Mountain Star Rolla Drug 477-6495 477-3174 Dacotah Bank Member FDIC 477"3175 Theel Motors 477-3124