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Section A - Oakes Times, Thursday, July 2, 2015 ..... • Sidney Stiegelmeier June 22, 1942 ~ June 19, 2015 The funeral for Sidney Stiegelmeier was 2:00 p.m. Thursday, June 25, at the United Methodist Church of Britton. Rev. Jon Damaska officiated. Burial, with Mil- itary Honors, was in the Britton Cemetery. Visitation was 5:00-7:00 p.m. Wednes- day, June 24, at the Price Funeral Chapel of Britton. Sid passed away peacefully at his home in Britton, surrounded by his family, Fri- day, June 19, just three days before his 73rd birthday. Sidney Darl Stiegelmeier was born June 22, 1942 in Britton, S.D., to David and Emma (Junker) Stiegelmeier. He grew up and attended school in Britton, graduating from Britton High School. After receiving his education, Sid served his country in the U. S. Army, part of that time being spent in Korea. Following his honorable discharge, Sid returned to Britton and began farming with his brother, Rodney. April 24, 1965, Sid was united in marriage with Diane Kay Johnson. They made their home in Britton, where they raised their family. Diane passed away November 20, 1990. April 3, 1992, Sid married Sharon Westra McCann in Britton. They made their home in Britton. Over the years, Sid tried his hand at a number of different jobs, including farming, managing the V.F.W., and was a route driver for Buhl's of Britton until retiring in 1995. Sid was an avid bowler, twice being selected as bowler of the year. He also spent six weeks as King of the Lanes bowling on television. He enjoyed his time doing puzzles, watching his hummingbirds at the lake and watching his two favorite teams the Vikings and the Twins. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing and going to auctions and flea markets. After retirement Sid especially enjoyed spending time at the lake with family and friends. Survivors include his wife Sharon of Britton; his three sons: Jim (Jina) Stiegel- meier, Kevin (Ann) Stiegelmeier, Scott (Jamie) Stiegelmeier all of Britton; one daughter, Deb (Barry) Braaten of Alcester, S.D.; two sisters: Reeva Cunningham of Reno, Nev.; Lavetta Pearson of Novi, Mich.; one stepdaughter, Cindy (Dave) Davis of Fargo, N.D.; three stepsons: Jay Westra (Mary) of Washington, D.C.; Mike Westra (Sue) and Gary Westra (Loretta) both of Anchorage, Alaska; and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his parents, first wife, five brothers; Edgar, Oli- ver, Neil, Rodney and Arlen, and three sisters; Norebella, Virginia, and Norma. Casketbearers were Vince Sigaty, Jim Tisher, Darrell Eikamp, Ron Patterson, Clark Moeckly and Jason Bender. Honorary casketbearers were his many nieces and nephews. An online guestbook and obituary are available at www.pricefuneralchapel. net. From no-Dusters ...... Thank you to these businesses for donations to purchase the bike i. Hoffman Irrigation in Memory of Ashley Meyer 2. James Valley Grain 3. Oakes Chamber of Commerce 4. Hwy #I Fuel & Service 5. Praska's Hardware 6. Angry Beaver 7. NAPA Additional Thank Yous: • Dennis Roney • Paul Roney :~ • Pat Roney • Peterson Septic Service • Miller's Fresh Foods (hot dogs) • James Valley Grain (payloader) • Economy Oil (truck and trailers) • Four Star Ag (trailers) • Carlson Farms (trailer) • DECA (printing posters) • City of Oakes (Lee Bredeson - delivering dumpsters to derby ring) and (Pat Nelson spraying for mosquitoes) • Oakes Ambulance • Oakes Fire Department • All Members that donated their time and equipment (Ken Hoelscher, Ronnie Maddock, Drew Courtney, and Bob Wiek) • A big thank you to Novak Electric for donating the labor to rewire our concession buildings. These s onsors encourage you to attend the church of your choice Store Hours: Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sun. & holidays 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Store: 742-2174 Taking you farther 601 Main Avenue, Oakes, ND 701-742-2112 Stanon FINANCIAL STOCKS • BONDS • CDs IRAs • MUTUAL FUNDS Tammy L Bender Financial Advisor 412 Main Ave Oakes, ND 58474 701-742-3552 Member SIPC Oakes 701-742-3745 Cell: 701-710-0711 1041 Ivy. Ave. 103 S. Main St, Oakes, ND 58474 LaMoure, ND 58458 742-2219 - Oakes I MORE RIGHT THAN RAIN Simplified Cellphones for Seniors with Hearing Problems ton on the back of the phone that those contacts in order until the call will automatically dial one prepro- is answered. Or, for an additional gramed number. $15 per month you can subscribe to The Doro 626 sells for $50 with their SOS monitoring service that service plans starting at $10 per will dispatch help as needed. month, and no long-term contract. •Shared Plan Options They even offer discounts to AARP If you want to get your dad a members, simple cellphone through your Another budget-friendly cell- cellphone provider, most carriers phone you should look into is the - like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and Snapfon ezTWO for seniors (snap- T-Mobile - still offer a few basic, 800-937-1532), which cellphones that are inexpensive costs under $20, with a $35 activa- and hearing aid compatible. tion fee, no-contract, and monthly If you're an AT&T customer the service plans that start at $10. If option is the "LG A380." For Ve- you don't want the Snapfon service rizon users, there's the "Samsung plan (you can go through AT&T or Gusto 3" and "LG Revere 3." If T-Mobile), the phone is $80. you're a Sprint customer there's This is a bar-style phone that the "Kyocera Kona" and "Alcatel provides big buttons, a color OneTouch Retro." And for T-Mo- screen, enhanced volume with a bile users there's the "LG 450." speaker phone, a speaking keypad, Send your senior questions to: and an SOS emergency alert button Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Nor- on the back of the phone that can man, OK 73070, or visit SavvySe- sound an alert when pushed and Jim Miller is a contributor held down for five seconds. It then to the NBC Today show and author sends a text message to as many as of "The Savvy Senior" book. five emergency contacts and calls Dear Savvy Senior, powerful speakerphone, a built-in Can'you recommend some basic camera, and a variety of optional simplified cellphones for seniors health and safety features like the with hearing loss? My 82-year-old "5Star" medical alert button that father needs to get a new cellphone would let your dad call for help for occasional calls or emergen- and speak to a certified agent 24/7 cies, but he needs something that's that could identify his location and easy to use and one that he can hear dispatch help as needed. "Urgent on. Care," which provides access to Looking Around registered nurses and doctors for Dear Looking, advice and diagnoses. And "Great- There are several simplified cell- Call Link," which keeps family phones on the market today that are members informed through your specifically designed for seniors - dad's phone activities. including those with hearing loss. The Jitterbug5 sells for $99 with These are basic cellphones that a one-time $35 activation fee, no- come with big buttons, easy to contract, and calling plans that start navigate menus, SOS emergency at $15 per month. buttons, enhanced sound and are If you're looking for something hearing aid compatible too. Here a little less expensive, the Doro are some top options. PhoneEasy 626 sold through Con- -Senior-Friendly Phones sumer Cellular (consumercellular. If your dad isn't locked into a com,888-345-5509) is an excellent cellphone contract, there are three option. senior-friendly options to consid- This flip phone offers a backlit, er, all from no-contract cellphone separated keypad that can speak the companies, numbers as you push them, which One of best is GreatCall's Jit- is a nice feature for seniors with terbug5 (, 800-918- vision problems. It also has a big 8543). This custom designed Sam- easy to read color display screen sung flip-phone offers a backlit that offers large text with different keypad with big buttons, large text color themes. on a brightly colored screen, and Other handy features include two "YES" and "NO" buttons to access speed dial buttons, shortcut buttons the phone's menu of options versus to texting and the camera, a pow- confusing icons, erful two-way speakerphone, and It also offers voice dialing, a an ICE (in case of emergency) but- HOME OF HE CAUS OF THE V Thank you, everyone, for your attendance, support, donations, and en- couragement for the Relay for Life Event, June 19, in Ellendale at Dick- ey County Fairgrounds. Thank you, DC Fair Board, for the use of the Fairgrounds. It turned out to be the best place for the Relay to happen. 2015 Dickey County Relay for Life Committee We would like to thank everyone for the gifts, cards, and good wishes on our 50th anniversary, June 19,2015. You made our day and God bless each and everyone. "' '~ Pete and Mary Awender The family of Don Leigh would like to thank our family, friends, and neighbors who sent cards, flowers, contributed to the memorial, or com- forted us with thoughts and prayers. We wish to thank the staff at the Oakes Hospital, Avera Cancer Center, and the Good Samaritan Center for their loving care these past few years. The support and kindness is very appreciated and will be long remembered. We also wish to thank the Dahlstrom Funeral Home and Pastor Steve Olson for the memorial service. Florence Leigh, April and Rich Olstad and family, Robert Leigh, Richard Leigh and family. Thank you to the dedicated volunteers of Oakes. The quick response by the Fire Department and Ambulance to our fire was phenomenal. Thank you to whoever called 911, Nathan, Dusty, and whoever else came to help in any way. Thanks, Dave and Nancy Carda The Dickey County Historical Society would like to thank all mem- bers for coming out to vote in our elections for board members this year. The society has had much support from the Oakes community and the surrounding areas for many years, and we hope that this level of support will continue in the future. Dickey County Historical Society I want to thank everyone for all the birthday cards and wishes from the Oakes people for my 90th birthday. It was a day I will never forget. Joe Antione Oakes Church of the Nazarene Adult Sunday School: 9:30 am Sunday Worship Services: 10:45 am Wednesday Activities: 6:30 pm 1019 Ivy Ave o 0akes ° (701) 742-3193 Circle ® Inc. Convenience Store Carwash "'The little store that treats you right" Oakes • 742-2460 AWENDER REALTY Peter Awender, Broker 701-742-2456 Sara Iverson, Sales Associate 701-742-3947 8366 Hwy. 1, Oakes, N.D. ECONOMY 01L INC, 1234 N. 14th St. Oakes, ND 58474 Ph: 742-2231 or 2043 Toll Free: 800-327-1558 _ "Trusted Accounting Professionals Since 1978" V. NELSON CPA, LTD. 516 Main Ave., Oakes, ND 58474 701-742-3375 Zack's Repair 221 4th St. S. Oakes, ND 742-2131 photo by Martha MacLeod Circle R reminds us of the reason for celebrating the Fourth of July! Grace & Nazareth Lutheran ~,~ Church, Oakes Zion Lutheran Church, Gwinner Pastor Justin Fenger 420 1st St SE, Gwinner-Missouri July 5-8"30am Nazareth Worship, Synod. 678-2401 Pastor Matthew 10:30am Grace Worship Richard, 680-2658 Cell July 7-11 am Devotions at OGSC July 9-1pm Communion at Sunday-9am Divine Service, Assisted Living, l:30pm 10:15am Family Bible Study, Communion OGSC, 2pm Faith Communion 1st and 3rd Sundays Circle of the month Lutheran Church's Sunday morning Monday-9am Jr/Sr High Table Talk worship service can be heard on your Wednesday-9am Pastor's Bible computer at or listen Study. live on KDDR 1220AM. "The Lutheran Hour" radio pro- gram heard Sundays 7:30am on First Presbyterian Church, KFGO 790 AM, 4:30pro on KFNW 6th and Ivy, Oakes 1200 Pastor Steve Olson Sunday - Worship 10am Our Savior's Lutheran Church, ELCA 8630 104th Ave. SE, Oakes. 742-2696 Sunday Worship-8:30am; Sunday School - 9:30am OCN-Church of the Nazarene llth and Ivy, Oakes Pastor Kelley Lovelace, 742-3193. Fridays-7pm Hispanic Worship Sundays-9:30am Adult Sunday School, 10:45am Worship &" Naz Kids-Children's Church (nursery provided). Tuesdays-7pm Hispanic Bible Study Check us out on the web at www. or "Like" us on Facebook! United Methodist Church, Oakes & Cogswell 742-2925, Pastor Steve Oison Sundays-Cogswell: 8:30am; Worship Service Oakes: 11:00am Sunday School; 9:30am Worship. Wednesdays-Oakes: 6:30pm; Bible study; 7:15pro CIA. School-9:30am Sts. Mary & Mark Episcopal Church, 8th & Ivy, Oakes Rev. Doyle Burkhardt,742-2213 Linda Hokana, 742-3558 Sundays- 10:30am St. Charles Borromeo Church, Oakes 742-2418, Fr. William (Bill) Gerlach July 2-Mass, 8:30am July 4-Mass at Manor, 10am, Mass at St. Charles, 5:30pm (Reconciliation starts at 5pm) July 5-Mass, 10:30am July 7-Mass at Hospital, 5:30pro July 8-Mass, 8:30am July 9-Mass, 8:30am Savo Apostolic Lutheran Church, (Stateline Road) Pastor Reino Maunu Sundays Worship Service- 10:30am Communion-2nd Sunday of every month. St. John's Lutheran Church (LCMS), 120 S. 9th St. Oakes Rev. Jonathan Fisk Sundays-SS at 9am; High school & Adult Bible Study at 9am; Worship at 10:15am Wednesdays-Mid-Week Worship at 7pm Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Englevale Pastor Cheri Danielson, 432-5688 Pastor Carl Glamm 883-4515 July 5-All Parish Communion Worship at Zion St. John's Lutheran Church,Verona Pastor Cheri Danielson, 432-5688 Pastor Carl Glamm 883-4515 July 5-All Parish Communion Worship at Zion Southeast Baptist Church 111 N 6th St., Oakes, 742-3699, Pastor Jeff Moore Sundays-9:30am Sunday School; 10:30am Worship; 6:30pm Evening Servides Wednesday Night Services -