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y-o or the following memOrials and honor gifts received as of july l5, 202l IN ‘ MEMORY Allyn Axvig from Glenn and Lynette Langerud Avis J ehlicka from Steve and Charlotte Johnson, Kelly & Kevin Kroke Barbara Dahlen from Mary Ann & John Kjelland, Dr. Daniel and Betty Koenig, Mary Ann Kostohris, Josh and Kirsten Lien, Erna Meberg, Judy and Darrell Myrvik Bennie Langerud from Kristi and Rodger Hall Carol Monson from Dennis and Jackie Melland, Paul and Joyce Torgerson Dean Petska from Jack and Paulette Misialek Deborah Zikmund from Mary Ann Kostohris, Craig and Sherri ‘ Sobolik Dennis Dryburgh from Garreth and Margery Kavlie Doris Skavhaug from Cheryl and Tim Daley, Bruce & Mary Heggen Douglas Carlson from Darrell & Sherry Carlson Gordon Sondeland from Sharon Laaveg Gwynn Harlow from Jack and Paulette Misialek Jeany Clarke from Megan and Davis Thompson Joseph Holm from Molly and Ken Wiesen Joyce Iverson from FCHC Dietary & Housekeeping Depts, Grafton Drug, Gary and LeNae Askim, Wayne and Nancy Bell, John and Audrey Blair, Darrell & Sherry Carlson, Brad and Elaine Dahl, Cheryl and Tim Daley, Larry and Bonny Dvorak, June Ellingson, Brittany, Nathan & Lillian J allo, Ruth J elinek, Nancy Jensen, Dennis and Judy Kemp, Sharon Laaveg, Lois and Gary Mathiason, Jon and Jeannen McMillan, Jack and Paulette Misialek, Judy and Darrell Myrvik, Kristin and Joe Sobolik, Tobin & Cheryl Welch, Trudy Wippler Lawrence "Buzz" Ward from Charles Novak Louis D Kadlec from Gale and Kenneth Beneda, Jeff and Laura Brodina, Dr. Daniel and Betty Koenig, Mary Ann Kostohris, Daniel Kouba, Lois and Gary Mathiason, Erna Meberg, Tim and Sally Ostenrude, Susan and Francis Peterka, Craig and Sherri Sobolik, Joann Votava Mary Beth Fetsch from Jennifer Carlson, Dr. Daniel and Betty Koenig, Mary Ann Kostohris Michael Waechter from Ron and Rita Beneda, Richard and Ruth Clemenson, Iver and Teri Dahl, Cheryl and Tim Daley, Susan Degner, Monica and Jim Dub, Lyle and Kathy J elinek, Ruth J elinek, Steve and Charlotte Johnson, Terry & Wanita Kadlec, Dennis and Judy Kemp, Dr. Daniel and Betty Koenig, Randy and Mary Jo Lewis, Josh and Kirsten Lien, Mildred Machart, Lois and Gary Mathiason, George and Faye Moen, Dorothy A. Novak, Louise Novak, Susan and Francis Peterka, Paul and Colleen Samson, Laurel Skibicki, Craig and Sheni Sobolik, Stacy and Leah Staven, Joann Votava Paul Ensrude from Bruce & Mary Heggen, Ruth Jelinek, Lois and Gary Mathiason, Ann Pohanka Paul Spoonland from Tim & Naomi Hurtt, Mary Ann Kostohris Wayne Nygard from Lois and Gary Mathiason, Jack and Paulette Misialek St. ‘Mary's in Park . River to host Luncheon PARK RIVER, N.D. — The women of the parish of St. Mary's in Park River will host a Summer The summertime festivity will be held at the St. Mary's Catholic Church Parish Hall. It is located WALSH COUNTY PRESS - WEDNESDAY, ULY 2|,2021 Sandra ‘Sandy’ Novak Sandra “Sandy” Novak, age 80, of Park River and: for- merly of the Lankin- Fordville area, passed away on Tuesday July 13, 2021 at the Good Samaritan So- ciety in Park River. Sandra was bom October 16, 1940 the daughter of Charles and Vlasta “Pat” (Harazim) Rose. She was raised and grew to womanhood at Lankin. She attended and grad- uate from the Lankin Public School. Sandy married Ronald Novak on June 3, 1959 at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Lankin. The couple lived and farmed in Medford Town- ship until 2016 when they moved into Park River. Ronald preceded her in death on February 18, 2018. She Was a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Lankin and St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Park Riv- er. She belonged to Band Mothers, was a local election worker, and a ND Angus Auxiliary Member. Sandy was Walsh County Farm Woman of The Year; a member of the Jolly Country Homemakers. Sandy worked at the Lankin Cenex, the Silver Dollar Café and Chester Myrvik Cafe, Lankin. Sandy drove farm truck every fall and spring, working side by side with her hus- band and family. Sandy loved to read, do ceramics, visit on the phone; always fi'iendly and made people feel wel- come. At the farm she loved to put meals on with her best china. She at- tended every grand- childs event and al- ways bought a treat for any child that came into Cenex. Sandy made people feel welcome in her home with a friend- ly visit and good food. Sandy is survived by her sons: Curt Novak, Park River and Terry (Yolanda) Novak, Fordville; grand— children: Breanna (Nathan) Brint- nell, Blaine Novak, Brogan Novak, Bryce Novak, Brittany (Nathan) J allo, Brooke Novak (Cody Smith) and Bethany Novak (Alan Mart); Great—Grandchildren: Levi Brintnell, Lauren Brintnell, Colt Tronson and Lillian Jallo. She was preceded in death by her husband and parents. MASS OF CHRISTIAN BUR- IAL: 10:30AM. Wednesday, July 21, 2021 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Park River. VISITATION: One hour prior to the Mass in the Church. RITE OF CHRISTIAN BUR— IAL: St. Joseph’s Catholic Ceme- tery, Lankin, ND. BAKKE-CASEMENT FU- NERAL HOME, FORDVILLE, ND Online guestbook: www.bakke— ‘ funeralhomescom Jeany Mitchell Clarke J eany Mitchell Clarke, age 72 'of Hoople, ND area passed away on July 6, 2021 at First Care Health Center of Park River, after a coura— geous battle with can- cer. J eany received her Bachelor’s Nursing fror’n‘” rah nessee State Univer- sity in Nashville. She loved being a nurse and caring for others. Jeany’s love of God and America were foremost in her life. As a child she dreamed of living in Alaska, and was able to fulfill that dream for alrnost 20 years. She loved fishing, kayaking, hiking, and. exploring the wilderness. Jeany is survived by her loving hus- band of 28 years, Don Clarke; niece: Shona Powers, Nashville, TN, and her two dogs and three cats, whom she cherished. ‘ ‘ There will be no services at this time. An online guest book is available at: www.tollefsonfuneralhome.com ‘ The Tollefson Funeral Home of Grafton is in charge of the arrange- ments. Cooper D. Satter— lund, age 15 of Pisek, ND passed away on Friday, July 9, 2021. Cooper Satterlund was born February 22, 2006 in Grand Forks, ND, the son of Chad Satterlund and the late Laura (Satterlund) Zelews- ki. He grew up in Grafton and had just finished his 9th grade year. He was a member of the Grafton Lutheran Church. While in school, Cooper was an honor student as well as be- ing active on the basketball, base- ball and football teams. Whenever Cooper smiled his whole face would light up, he also had a hug that made you feel like never letting go. He was a gootball at times with his infectious giggles and that mischievous grin that kept you on your feet Making you won- derifhe wasup to no goodorwant- ed to show you a more serious side with his heart of gold he had. His family, friends, teammates and fans were the most important fliings to him as he would drop everything just to have a one-on-one intimate conversation with you to show you, he cared. He was able to stay humble through all of his achieve- . ments and success on the court and field as that was his true passion. Cooper was serious about his new found curly golden locks and every- one fell in love with it too. In his . free time, he enjoyed spending time at both grandpa’s and grand- ma’s lake places as he would get every chance he had to drive and explore the lake with the jet ski when Tucker wasn’t hogging it. Fishing, tubing, playing board/card games, twisting and turning hilly game of croquet were just a few things he loved to do surrounded by his loved ones. He touched so Cooper D. Satterlund Pae 3 many throughout the years and he will be greatly missed by all who knew him for many years to come. . Cooper is sur- vived by his father Chad (Carrie Stokaluk) Satter— lund, brother Tuck- er Satterlund, Libby and Wyatt Stokaluk, all of Pisek, ND; grandparents: Kim (J er- ry) Stormo, Cass Lake, MN and Chuck (Dina) Satterlund, Dray- ton, ND as well as the following aunts and uncles: Nathan (Jaci) Sat- terlund of East Grand Forks, MN, Jordan (Kari Brady) Storrno of Fisher, MN, Amber Storrno of Maynard, MN, Chad Barta of Minto, ND, Pat (Jade) Barta of Grand Forks, ND, Tami Thompson of Fargo, ND and Kristin Meschke of Shakopee, MN. He had many cousins and extended family as well. He was preceded in death by his mother Laura Zelewski, and grandparents Carol and Dennis Zelewski. A public visitation was held on Wednesday, July 14, 2021 from I 12:00-2:00 PM at the Grafton Lutheran Church of Grafton. A pri- vate family service was held at 2:00 PM. The service was live streamed on the Grafton Lutheran Church facebook page and a recording of the service will be available on the Tollefson Funeral Home website following the service. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Park River Ambulance, the Walsh: County Sherrifl"s ‘ Depart- mentor the Grafton High School Athletic Department. An online guestbook is available at: www.mllefsonfimeralhomecom The Tollefson Funeral Home of Grafton is in charge of the arrange— ments. R A 'l‘ E. D 1’) l B L Li Truly, these times of ignorance God overlooked, but now commands all men everywhere to repent, because He has appointed a day on which He will judge the world in righteousness by the Man whom He has ordained. He has given assurance of this to all by raising Him from the dead. Salad,_&.Deli «Sandwich Luncheon and Bake Sale on Thursday, Au- gust 5, frbm 11 am. to 1 pm. They ask a free-will offering for the meal. All ages are welcome! west- of CENEX and north of Dollar General in Park River. Hope to see you on Thursday, August 5! ' Walsh County Press 0 Church Directory - Federated Church, Park River Services with Jesse Irvine in person and online. Sunday church services for the month of June will be held at pm rather than 10:45 am. Search Park River Federated Church on Facebook Have a really thank you? p Call the Press at 284-6333 "23. ACTS 17: 30-31 {A © 2021 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved. Bethel Baptist Church, Park River (bethelbaptistparkrivercom) Sunday: 9:30 am worship services www.facebook.com/bethelbaptistpr St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Crystal Thursday Mass: 8:00 am - Sunday Mass: 8:30 am Tuesday Mass: 8:00 am - Saturday Mass: 8:00 am Pembina Hills Lutheran, Mountain Trinity Lutheran in Edinburg and Pembina Hills Evan- gelical Lutheran Church of Gardar and Mountain will be posting taped worship services on our Facebook page and YouTube channels. Crossroads Rural Ministry is the name for our Facebook page as well as our St. Mary’s Catholic Church (www.saintsml.org) Public Mass will resume with guidance from Bishop High Plains Ministry: Mountain Lutheran, Adams; YouTube Channel. Folda in place. See website fordetails. Fordville Presbyterian Church, Fordville Bethlehem Lutheran, Doyan; Concordia Lutheran, Saturday 5 pm St. Mary's, Park River Services with Jesse Irvine at 9:00 am. Edmore; Lawton Lutheran, Lawton; Trinity Lutheran, Edinburg Sunday: 8:00 am St Luke's Veseleyville Nekoma Lutheran, Nekoma; Our Redeemer’s, Fairdale; United Lutheran, Bracket Communion "Sunday: 8am Bethlehem/Nekoma Fordville Lutheran Church, Fordville Facebook @fordvillelutheran or https://bit.ly/3aYAJCE Sunday: Fellowship at 10:00am, Worship at 10:30am Sunday: 9:15 am Worship (Communion), 10 am Coffee 10 am St. Mary's Park River Hour, 7 pm. PRBC concert Becca and Bernice ’(a girl and her uke) - Tuesday: 9 am Bible Study Zion Lutheran Church, Hoople Church services at 9:30 am. Check Zion Lutheran V St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Pisek Church, Rural Hoople Facebook for updates. Victory Free Lutheran Church, Park River 9:303m United/Our Redeemer’s ' St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Lankin s Services with Pastor Kevin Borg 11am Concordia/Mountain v ~- Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Bechyne First Lutheran Church of Hoople Sunday: 10:30 AM Coffee Fellowship Lawton off 11 :00 AM Worship Service Wednesday: 7:00 PM Bible Study Monday, Wednesday, Friday: Coffee with Christ (Facebook Live) 10 am ' Tuesdays: Pastor’s Text Study 10 am. Facebook @FirstHoople www.first|utheranhoople.coml Tri-Parish Mass Schedule (plbnd.org) ' Worship 9:30am, Join us in person or online Lankin Sunday - 8:30 am Bechyne Saturday 5:00 pm Pisek Sunday 10:30 am Grace Free Lutheran Church, Edinburg Regular 9:00 am Church Services with Pastor Kevin Borg, Bible Study on Thursdays at 9am Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, Park River (www.parkriveroslc.com) ln-person worship has resumed on Sunday at 10:00 am. For those staying at home, a live-feed and record- ing will be available on Facebook. St. Brigid of Ireland Catholic Church, Cavalier Friday Mass: 12:00 pm - Saturday Mass: 5:00 pm Sunday Mass: 10:30 am - Monday Mass 5:15 pm Wednesday Mass: 12:00 pm P k R' ~284-7244 ' . i . - \\_____. Eda‘tnigeigg-gg? Farmers Union Insurance Co. C 090.1 , 301C“ Rm" MM" 'FIRST UNITED Mdbhlqgnzagiéégiz Jay Thompson/Dwight Byron 61 Sggi‘g‘tfifi'm" P [1. 284-7115 MET—AL 00" ~ Print-t RIVEI OFFICE: 284-6955 11m. 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Please allow weeks to start new subscriptions or change of address (uses. Pub. No. 665-320) j Periodk‘als postage paid at Park River, ND, and additional mailing office POSTMASTER: Send a WALSH COUNTY RESS 401 A Briggs Ave S, PO. Box 49, Park River, ND. 58270 Phone: (701) 2846333 FAX: (701) 2846091 E-mail: wcpress@polarcomm.com l V i ‘ BUSINESS Horus 'lhc Walsh Cormty Press is open from 9:30 am. to 4:30 pm. Tuesday through Friday. Submission dwdlinc is Thursday at noon Phone 701-284-6333 - Fax 701-284-609l - Email: wcpress(a;polarcommcom .LLUJAQAfl'ANJJLUfiflMEI The ll’ulsh County Press will accept letters to the editor and other submissions on issue of public interest. To be published. letter/article must be signed and include your address. Unsigned letters will not be considered. Lettch may not be used to thank specific people or ddress changes to The Walsh County Press, PO. Box 49, Park River, ND 58270. organizations. 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