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I JANUARY 9, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: 1-3rd grade winter fun day will be held at Park River Bible Camp on Saturday, Jan. 12. Kids in grades 1 through 3 are invited to join us for fun in the snow, singing ans skits by the fireplace, and games in the gym. The cost is $20 if registered by Jan. 4, $25 after. For more information call the camp at (701) 284,6795, email at goprbc@polarcomm.com or visit our website at www.parkriverbiblecamp.org. COUNTY Park River PO Box 49 284-6333 PA~K RWtA 12B Park River Implement AUTO PARTS 284-631 6 =, Insurance Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 Michigan,-, 259-2112 Hoop-le,~1894-6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 Jim's Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! IdHAr YOU The Press will print your announcements - weddings, milestone birthdays, anniversaries, or babies- free of charge Small fee applies for open house invitations P. Eugene Kubat R Eugene Kubat, age 89, resident of rural Lawton, ND, died Wednesday, January 2, 2013 at his home. Palmer Eugene Kubat was born March 11, 1923 on his parent's farm in Sauter Township of Walsh County, ND, the son of Joseph E. and Albina (Zizka) Kubat. He was raised on the fiann and attended the Sauter School. He helped his dad on the thin1, eventually taking over operation of the Earm in 1947. Eu- gene married Margaret Josephine Pich on October 13, 1947 at St. Catherine Catholic Church, Lomice. While Eugene was l ann- ing he also had many other talents. He was a great carpenter, working for Matejcek Construction for many years. He was a road grad- er for Sauter Township, and was the Township Clerk for 50 years. He also was an electrical lineman for several years. He enjoyed deer hunting and ice fishing. Eugene is survived by his wife, Margaret Kubat; 2 sons, Terrence Eugene (Vicki) of Langdon, ND and Randy (special friend, Laurie) garet Kubat of De- troit Lakes, MN; and lnany nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. tte was preceded in death by a broth- er, Harold Kubat; and a grandson, Harvey Eugene Ku- bat. The Funeral Mass will be held at St. Mary of the As- sumption Catholic Church in Lakota, ND, on Wednesday, January 9, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. Celebrating the Mass will be Rev. Fr. Steven Meyer. Music will be provided by the St. Mary Church Choir, Barbara Johnson is the organist. Burial will be at a later date in St. Cather- ine Catholic Church Cemetery, Lomice, rural Lawton, ND. The casketbearers will be Troy Kubat, Brent Kubat, Brooke Kubat, Kelsey Kubat, Justin KubaL James Herda Jr and Bob Kubat. The honorary casketbearers will be Ted Mateicek, James Herda Sr Gordon Matejcek, Earl Miller, Ron Dahlen, Earl Nickerson, and all of Eugene's fiiends. Visitation was held at the church on Tuesday, beginning at 4:00 p.m. with a of Thornton, CO; 5 grandchildren, Rosary and Vigil Service at 7:00 Troy (Gemma) of Rogers, AR' p.m. Visitation will continue at the Brent (Amber) of Montgomery, church on Wednesday, beginning MN, Brooke of Grand Forks,at 9:00 a.m. until the time of ND, Kelsey of Keystone, COl Mass. and Justin of Thornton, CO; 5 Arrangements with the great grandchildren, Nicholas, Aaker Funeral Home of Lakota, Landon, Austin, Ayden, and Bri- ND. ley; sister, Dorine Gerstner of www.iversonkassianfuner- Langdon, ND; sister-in-law, Mar- alservices.com Mary Ellen Skibicki Mary Ellen Skibicki, age 77, of Grand Forks and for- merly of Fordville, ND, passed away l Thursday, January 3, 201)3 at: 4000:Valley , Square Woodside Village in Grand Forks. Mary Ellen was bona March 20, 1935 at Inkster, ND, the daughter of Kossuth and Mary (Burris) Trosen. She was raised and grew to womanhood in the Inkster area where she also received her pub- lic education. Mary Ellen married Harold Skibicki on June 11, 1959 at Conway, ND. After their mar- riage, the couple lived in Gilby where she worked at Valley Bank. They moved to Fordville in 1960. Mary Ellen worked at Fordville Mercantile before starting at the Fordville Post Office. She retired as Postmaster in 2000. Surviving members of her fam- ily include her husband: Harold "Doc" Skibicki of Grand Forks; brothers: Harris (Mary) Trosen of Fordville, and Harold Trosen of Lake Park, MN; and several nieces and nephews. She was preced- ed in ,death:.by her ,paren.tsi M'sters: Anne, Donnley, Jean, Margaret and Theresa; and broth- ers: William, Bernardand George. MASS OF C H R I S T I A N BURIAL: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, January 8, 2013 at 4000 Valley Square Chapel in Grand Forks. VISITATION: Will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday. RITE OF CHRISTIAN BUR- IAL: Oak Grove Cemetery, Fordville, ND. BAKKE FUNERAL HOME, FORDVILLE, ND Online guestbook: www.bakketimeralhomes.com Celebrant wilt be Rex Father Reese Weber. Music selections wilt be provided by Mary Anne Tupa, Pianist and Laura Bise- nius, Cantor. Reader will be Mike Trosen. E TR 1999 Int'l. Truck Model 4700 w/Leach 18yd refuse packer DT466E, 230 HP Engine 5 sp Auto Trans, Single Axle 158,000 miles For more info contact: -Walsh County Veterans Service Office Become a Foster Grandparent While attending a Gmfton Network Meeting, a representative fiom the Northeast Human Service Center inforlned the group of a great program lbr men and women 55 years of age mad over: becoming a Foster Grand- pm:ent. Now I know a lot of people in the area over 55 and think they would make a great grandparent, if they are one already. Here are a few details about the Red River Valley Foster Grandparent Program. Requirements to become a foster grandparent include being 55 or old- er, be able to serve 15 hours per week, and have a sincere interest in be- ing a positive role model tbr children. Some benefits include a $2.65/hour non-taxable stipend, 12 paid holi- days, transportation, supplemental insurance, noon meal, and pre-service orientation training and ongoing monthly training. Foster grandpments go m elementary schools, head start programs, child cm'e centers, and other programs to work with chil&'en to help them achieve their social, behavioral and educational goals. As a tbster grandparent, you're a role model, a mentor, and a friend. The program asks you to share your time today to help a child's tomorrow. The Foster Grandparent Program is a part of Senior Corps, along with RSVP and the Senior Companion Pro am. Senior Corps is administered by the Corporation for National and Comnlmfity Service, the fiMeral agency that. supports service and volunteering programs to improve lives, strengthen communities, and fbster civic engagement. For nlore information on the Corporation visit www.nationalservice.com. For more information about the Foster Grandparent Program that serves Eastern North Dakota you may call 701-795-3112, 1-800-256-6742 or 701-352-5030 for a brochure. Katrina tfodnv * dsh ('ounO, K, terans Service O[licer Administrative BuiMing, 638 Cooper Aw Grqfion Contact The Press: (I01) 84-6333 wceress @polarcomm.com Richard Wakefield* Gary Chwialkowski N D, MN Licensed Board Certified H.I.S.* For appt. 701-746--7000 1-800-658-3442 32 years serving the area 2514 S. Washington Grand Forks, ND "Dedicated to Your Hearing" Advanced Digital Technology 60 Day Digital Hearing Aid Trial Free Hearing Test & Eval. First Care Health Center Tuesday, Jan. 15 9:00 a.m 5:00 p.m. Grafton Family Clinic Wednesday, Jan. 16 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL I)UBLIC Mi' LI IN(, NOTICE The Park River Area School District #8 School Board will hold a public hearing on January 17, 2013, at 5:30 p.m. in the Alumni Room of the Park River Public School. At this hearing the Board will present the curricu- lum, course offerings and staffing for the 2013-14 school year. eline ea&r In ".Personal Response andSupport Services