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rald-Leader Serving the MonDak area since 1908 wordplay, May 14, bituaries Avis 77, a lifelong Tioga, N.D., resident, brief battle with cancer Friday, May 9, the Tioga Medical Center in Tioga. Nesel was born Aug, 5, 1925, on the homestead three miles east of Tioga in earth Township of Mountrail County. She youngest of six children born to ale and ) Neset. She was reared on the }'farm, attended Tioga School and graduated ill the THS class of 1943. Avis was by Bart Peterson while attending high and fl)]lowing for a total of seven years. Oct. 15, 1945. she was united in mt[rriage to "Hank" Rohde of Sidney. They established in Tioga, where they made their home the fall of 1948. It was then that they put- S Rohde chased a farm in White Earth Townshipot' Moun- trail County. She was a representative for Stanley Home Products lor 34 years and had made her home in Tioga since 1978. Avis worked tbr her son, Don, from the time he established Rohde Funeral Home in Tioga in June of 1975 until the business was sold in August of 1996. Avis is survived by her husband of 57 years, Hank, Tioga: two sons, Donald, and his wife Car- ale, and their children, Paul and Ann, Bakersfield, Calif., Larry and his wile Colleen, Tioga, and their children, Brandon (Brenda), White Earth, N.D., and Kaycee (Patrick Reehler, fianc6), Minot, N.D.; one sister, Marion Berg, Hazen, N.D.: several cousins, nieces, nephews: six sisters-in-law, three brothers-in-law: and relatives in Norway. 'ouet"nor Shirley A. Reynolds Funeral services for Shirley A. Reynolds, 75. Savage, will be 10 a.m., Thursday, May 15, 2(1t)3. at the First Lutheran Church in Savage with Pastor Betty Mawbey officiating. Music will be provided by Linda Bergstedt. Casketbearers are Shirley's grandsons, Jim Miller, Bryan Smith, Ryan Reynolds, Larry Miller, Trevor Swisse and Jeremv Barnett. Honorary casketbearers are all of Shirley's many friends, family and neighbors. Ushers are Sean Scott, Gary Nelson and Elwood Prigan. Interment will be in the Riverview Ceme- tery in Savage under the direction of the Fulkerson Funeral Home of Sidney. Shirley was born on Jan. 17, 1928, to Peter and Blossom (Southwick) Peterson in Pemberton, Minn. She was united in marriage to Duane Reynolds on Oct. 27, 1945, in Vallejo, Calif. In 1945, they moved to Savage. Between the years of 1947 and 1963, Shirley raised five children. She then went to work at the Triangle Nite Club in the kitchen for six years. In the 1970s, she went to work for Richland Homes, where she worked until her health became a problem and she then retired. Shirley enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. She really enjoyed playing cards or (cheating) at playing cards and working on craft projects. She enjoyed traveling to see her family in Minnesota, and she very nmch enjoyed her grand- kids and great-grandkids. Shirley died on Sunday morning, May 1 l, 2003, at lhe Sidney Health Center Extended Care facility. Shirley is survived by her children, Carol (LeRoy) Miller, Savage, their children, Larry (Lori) Miller, Jim (Rebecca) Miller, Michelle (Bryan) Smith; Jerry Reynolds, Loveland, Colo., his children, Leigh (Shad) Bennett and Sean Reynolds: Duane "Chuck" (Pat) Reynolds, their children, Melissa (Jeremy) Barnett and Ryan Reynolds: Kathy Reynolds Alberg, her children, Kari (Trevor) Swisse and Erin Scheetz; and Daren (Samree) Reynolds, his children, Christopher Reynolds and Michael Reynolds; five great- grandchildren and five on the way; brothers, Charles Peterson, Mankato, Minn., and Dale Peterson, Tyler, Texas: and sisters, Donna Esser, Audrey Waknitz and Lois Zernickle, all of Manka- to, Minn. She was preceded in death by her parents; hus- band: and two brothers and one sister. Lambert news PHOTO BY LIBBY BERNDT native Kris Goss, who works in Gov. Martz' office, talks with Karen Olson- left, and his grandmother Margaret Bradley during the governor's visit Thursday. Engagement Miller- DiFonzo and Judy Miller, and Roger and Dee Bainville, announce of their daugh- G. Miller, to Christo- biFonzo, son of Frank and Sidney. Sara is employed at UAP- Northern Plains, Sidney. Christopher is employed at Interstate Engineering, Sidney. A July 26 wedding is planned in Sidney. Christopher DiFonzo and Sara Miller BY FRANCES STEPPLER flute at the private recital pre- Correspondent sented by Betty Cummings, Sid- The Lambert School will cam- ney, which was held May 9 in plete the 2002-2003 school year tSidney. May 23. High school graduation will be at the high school Satur- day at 1 p.m. The PSI activity trip was held in Glendive Tuesday and the welding shop class attended a welding contest in Miles City Thursday. The Lambert school election was held in Lambert and Elm- dale Tuesday. Trustees elected are Nancy Verschoot and Rob Knotts. The levy for the elemen- tary and high school both passed. Jacqueline lrigoin and Gillette Vaira participated in voice and Keith and Marityn Sullivan and son Jim, Osage, Iowa. arrived Wednesday at their daughter's, Larry and Kathy Vaira, for a visit. They are en route home from Olympia, Wash., where they visited their son Joe and family. Good Discounts Free Estimates - GIVE US A CALL- 1-800-662-3564 [ Agent for North American Van Lines Williston, ND Come celebrate with us MAY 16 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Master Electrician On Staff Hard to Beat On Selection, Price & Service Since 1937 111 E. 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