The funeral for Marjorie Busch, Kulm, ND will be Monday, May 31, 2010 at 2:00 PM at the First Congregational Church at Kulm, ND. Visitation will be Sunday from 1:00 PM to 7:30 PM with a prayer service at 7:30 PM at Dahlstrom Funeral Home, Kulm, ND. Burial will be at the Kulm Congregational Cemetery, Kulm, ND. Marjorie Herrmann, daughter of Robert and Margaret (Nitschke) Herrmann was born June 27, 1928 on a farm 5 miles NE of Kulm, ND. Marjorie graduated from Kulm High School in 1946. She worked for the Kulm State Bank, where she met the love of her life, Ray Busch.
Allen "Al" Larson, 70, Carrington, N.D., died Sunday, May 30, 2010, at his home under the care of Presentation Hospice. Services: 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Trinity Lutheran Church, Carrington. Prayer service: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Evans Funeral Home, Carrington. Visitation: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
Clarence Ulmer, 89, Wishek, N.D., died Saturday, May 29, 2010, at Wishek Community Hospital, Wishek. Services: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, First Baptist Church, Wishek. Prayer service: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dahlstrom Funeral Home, Wishek. Visitation: 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
Margeret Anderson, 74, Manhattan, Kan., formerly Bowman and Northwood, May 24. Nancy Holden, 60, Bismarck, May 25. Irma Johnson, 94, Bismarck, May 24. Ann Keller, 92, Halliday, May 25. Raymond Larson, 81, Williston, May 25. Russell Miller, 84, Larimore, May 25. George Opp, 84, Glen Ullin, May 25. Violet Ploog, 98, Bismarck, May 23. Jeffrey Roshau, 54, Hazen, May 26. Cecelia Sandberg, 83, Williston, May 23. Betty Schimming, 82, Fargo, May 25. Richard Schmidt, 82, Bismarck, May 19.
Marjorie Busch, 81, Kulm, N.D., died Thursday, May 27, 2010, at St. Alexius Hospital, Bismarck, N.D. Marjorie Herrmann was born June 27, 1928, on a farm five miles northeast of Kulm, the daughter of Robert and Margaret (Nitschke) Herrmann. She graduated from Kulm High School, Kulm, in 1946. She worked for Kulm State Bank. She married Ray Busch on July 12, 1953, at Kulm. They lived in Braddock, N.D. They moved back to Kulm. She again worked for Kulm State Bank until she retired in 1991.
Francis Bradley, 81, Jamestown, died Friday, May 28, 2010, at Hi-Acres Manor, Jamestown. Services: 2 p.m. Tuesday, Trinity Lutheran Church, Jamestown. Prayer service: 7 p.m. Monday, Lisko Funeral Chapel, Jamestown. Visitation: noon to 7 p.m. Monday at the funeral chapel. Burial: Highland Home Cemetery, Jamestown. Online guestbook: www.liskofuneralchapel.com
Lorna Dathe, 94, Fargo, May 24, 2010. Jacob Dockter, 78, McClusky, May 24, 2010. Douglas Hensrud, 75, Lisbon, May 22, 2010. RoseAnn Herrmann, 87, Mandan, May 24, 2010. Sheri Leidholt, 30, Devils Lake, May 20, 2010. Russell Miller, 84, Larimore, May 25, 2010. Lowell Pelton, 60, Dickinson, May 17. Rose Privratsky, 96, Dickinson, May 20. Alice Rose, 61, Grafton, May 20. Melvin Schaeffer, 78, Beach, May 20.
The Rev. Andrew Roehrich, 85, Hankinson, N.D., died Wednesday, May 26, 2010, at St. Gerard's Care Center, Hankinson. Mr. Roehrich was born July 29, 1924, at rural Kintyre, N.D., the son of Rochus and Barbara (Goldade) Roehrich. He grew up there and received his elementary education at Mannheim #3 School near Kintyre. He attended high school in Strasberg, N.D., before going to Assumption Abbey, Richardton, N.D. where he completed his high school education. He remained at Assumption Abbey and completed two years of college. He then attended seminary at Catholic University, Washington, D.C.
Abu Ghraib has nothing over Chicago. Forty years ago, Jon Burge returned from Vietnam, joined the Chicago Police Department and allegedly began torturing people. He rose in the ranks to become a commander in Chicago's South Side, called Area 2. Electric shocks to the genitals, mock executions, suffocation with bags over the head, beatings and painful stress positions are among the torture techniques that Burge and police officers under his command are accused of using to extract confessions from mostly African-American men in Chicago.
Art Linkletter, who as the gently mischievous host of TV's "People Are Funny" and "House Party" in the 1950s and '60s delighted viewers with his ability to get kids -- and grownups -- to say the darndest things on national television, died Wednesday. He was 97. Linkletter died at his home in the Bel-Air section of Los Angeles, said his son-in-law, Art Hershey, the husband of Sharon Linkletter. "He lived a long, full, pure life, and the Lord had need for him," Hershey said. Linkletter was known on TV for his funny interviews with children and ordinary folks.