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SIDNEY HERALD, WEDblESDAY, APRIL 3,20 9 A~I MILESTONES // /-/ OBITUARIES OUTDOORS Marjorie K. Hansen, 95 BILLINGS -- Mar- jorie Hansen died peacefully on Satur- day, March 23, sur- BY BRUCE AUCHLY rounded by family, at FWP Region 4 Information Officer West Park Village in Billings. She was pre- 'Tis spring, the time ceded in death by her when a young male's husband, Christian fancy turns to, well, A. Hansen; her par- not football. , COURTESY OF FWP ents, Asa A. and Alice Humans are such grizzly bear den. Wolfe; and her brother an odd lot. Animals Rainbow trout wakingup ~. John Wolfe. She is sur- - under water, on the for spring. vivedbyher children, ground or in air - eggs from predators,length, snow melt- Karen Elsen (Doug- and three months simply are driven bying eggs in the gravel And a siltbottom could ing around a den en- las), Carl Hansen later, on Jan. 9, 1946 the survival of their of rivers and streams, smother and kill thetrance, and the smells (Ginger Gier), Allenthey were married in species, and reports of grizzlies eggs. of spring probably all Hansen (Suzidee) andSidney. We fret about home out of their dens on the 'When it's time to play a role. Eventually Elizabeth Hansen; her Marge is remem- loans, school choice or Rocky Mountain Front.spawn, based on day-bears will move from grandchildren, Emilybered for the hun- health insurance. WildThe mammoth head- . light length and warm- their high-elevation Messa (Christian), dreds of lives she creatures do not. gear on a mature bull ing water temperaturedens to lower, warmer Stephen Elsen (Petra), helped bring into this Of course, those crit- elk can weigh as much (at least in the mid-habitats, looking for Patrick Hansen (Cyn-world as an obstetrics ters don't rush to the as 40 pounds and take 40s), a female rainbow early green plants. thia) and Derek Han-nurse in the early hospital when sick, a long time to grow,will clear a slight de- In a lush, wet spring, sen; and by her six parts of her career playmusic when sad, or about five months, pression, called a redd, plants like angelica great-grandchildren,and those she helped have a barbeque on the That means within a in gravel with her tail, and cow parsnip dotal- Gabriel and Blake to leave this earth, Fourth of July. week or two of drop-then deposit 2,000 tonate nature's menu and Messa, Abraham and as a hospice nurse atAnimal behavior is ping the old antlers3,000eggs. life is good. Alexandra Elsen, andthe end of her career, largely driven by day- in March those two As she releases her But if the prairie is Elisa and Annika During those years, light length. And right bumps (pedicles) on eggs, a male rainbow too dry and there's not Hansen; as well as by she knitted hundreds now, we are gaining top of a bull elk's head will move alongside much to eat, conflicts her siblings Mildredof preemie caps. She daylight by leaps andwill start to bulge, then her and release his milt between bears and hu- Burns, Ina Westbrookwas also an active bounds, at least a min- grow into antlers, over the eggs, fertiliz- marts may happen. So and Charles Wolfe member of PEO in Sid-ute a day and often sev- Wild rainbow trout ing them. far this year, it would (Patricia). neyandlater PEO and eralminutesdaily, breed in the spring,And that's it. The appear that a dry Marjorie "Marge" bAR in Billings afterLife rushes by like aoften peaking from pair swim away and let spring may be the least was born in Iowa City, she and Chris moved southbound freight for mid-April to mid-May, nature take its course, of our worries. Iowa, on Sept. 8, 1923, there in 1968. Marge most animal species: in rivers and streams In a month or two theThis spring should thethird child born to also enjoyed member- Hurry up and mate, with gravel bottoms,eggs willhatch. Pretty be a good one for Asa and Alice Wolfe.ship in the Sons of raise young, prepare Those requirements simple, really, fish, frogs and boat She spent her forma-Norway and at Pella forhextwinter, are important for a It's unclear what salesmen. rive years in McCook, Lutheran Church in The month of April atcouple of reasons, causes a bear to In the meantime, Nebraska, and grad- Sidney and at Luther-our latitude can start First, the flowing emerge from its winter enjoy April as it un- uated from McCook an Church of the Goodwith temperatures water in a river or den, especially when folds and soak it all in High School at the age Shepherd in Billings.more like winter but stream provides oxy-- the den lies under sev- because all too soon, of 16. Determined toThe family is plan- end with bull elk grow- gen, which keeps theeral feet of snow we will be complain- go to nurses' training, ning a memorial ser- inga new set of antlers, eggs alive. Second, Warming tempera- ing about the heat of but at the age of 16 too vice in July when herrainbow trout deposit- gravel helps protecttures, increasing daysummer. young to be admitted, children, grandchil- she attended McCook dren, and great-grand- Junior College for two children will celebrate years. Marge's life. EDUCATION Achieving her In lieu of flowers, dream of going to contributions may be . . nurses' training in made to PEO Chap- 1942, she studied atter AE, 7005 Lake- Children's Hospital shore Drive, Billings, in Denver, graduating MT 59106; or Shin- BOZEMAN -- Reg- of-town students, who tration runs through http://ato.montana. in 1945. A short time ing Mountain Chap- istration is now openwill stay in MSU's res- April 26. Registration edu/YWP or contact later, while waitingter, Daughters of thefor Montana State Uni- idence halls and eat in will remain open until Nicole Soll with MSU to ship out to Pana-American Revolution, versity's Youth Writ-' the dining hails. Daily the campisfilled. Academic, Technolo- ma with the Nurses' 704 Highway 10, Co- ing Camp to beheld commuters must bringFor more informa- gy and Outreach at Corps, Marge met alumbus, MT 59019; or July 8-12 on the MSU their own lunches, tion and registration406-994-6550 or nicole. young army 1st lieu-the charity of your campus. Early bird regis- materials, please visit solll@montana.edu. tenant just returning choice. The workshop, host- from the war in the Condolences may be ed by the Yellowstone Pacific. That soldier, made at www.michel- Writing Project, is not Christian A. Hansen,ottisawyers.com, held in a traditional swept her off her feet, classroom setting and is instead filled with activities like walking field trips and writ- FINANCES ing games, as well as guidance and feedback throughout the writing process. The camp is led by j teachers and junior . . counselors from the We msee your best Easter Photos! Yellowstone Writing Project, which is based a chance to win $100 Reynolds Gift Card. in MSU's Department Montana h0meown- Taxpayers do not of English in the Col- ers on fixed or limit- have to reapply year lege of Science and Let- ed incomes can seek after year. As long as ters. Participating stu- ] relief through the they continue to owndents will write in mul- Montana Department and live in their homes, tiple genres throughout of Revenue Proper- their applications will ty Tax Assistance remain active and the thecamp. The camp, which Program. department will send runs from 9 a.m. until Property owners letters informing the 3 p.m is open to stu- have through April 15 homeowners of their dents who will be en- to apply, current status, tering grades 5 through Property tax reliefFor more informa- 12 this fall. A writing is available for 30, tion including quali- showcase will be held 50 or 80 percent onfying incomes for the at 1 p.m. on Friday, the first $200,000 of a program, visit reve-July 12, to allow par- home's value, depend- nue.mt.gov, call (406) ents to join the camp- ing on the applicant's 444-6900, or visit your ers to celebrate their income and marital local Department of creativity. status. Revenue field office. New this year is an overnight option for out,: Contest starts Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 4:00 PM Link will be up as soon as the contest starts Enter and Vote through April 25, 2019 Contest sponsored by: Rau Elementary School is proud to announce that Signe Halvorson, Daughter of Leif and Kim Reynolds Market Auto Value Halvorson is the Student of the Quarter. Abbi's Unique Boutique Beaver Creek Creations Signe is a hard worker and always completes her work on time and to the best of her abilities. 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