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Serving the MonlYak area since 1908 Sunday, May 4, M Dolan-Youngquist Glasgow, and Dolan, Chinook, the engagement of Kimberly Anne uist, son of Diane Youngquist, of the couple and Claudine , Sidney; Norman Missoula; Janet Ost- , Julia Dolan, Chi- Arley and Carol is a 2002 graduate of Montana- Western with a B.A. in environ- metal science. Kimberly is cur- rently employed by The Univer- sity of Montana-Western in Dil- lon as an admissions recruiter. JC is also a 2002 graduate of The University of Montana- Western with a B.A. in environ- mental science. JC is currently employed by Custom Fencing and Welding during the winter and the U.S. Forest Service in Whitehall during the summer as a firefighter. A June 21 outdoor wedding is planned at Fort Peck Lake. Klmberly Dolan and JC Youngqulst Births Olivia Frank Frank was born 6, 2003, to Michelle Frank, Sidney. 7 pounds, 8 20 inches long. grandparents are Cynthia Vitt, Fairview. Paternal grandparents are Jim and Wanda Frank, Sid- ney. Claire joins one sister, Bre- anna. Leif Marshall Hanson Drs. Shane and Kerri Hanson are the proud parents of a baby boy, Leif Marshall, born April 23. He weighed 6.15 pounds and was 17 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Rose and George Porth, Punta Garta, Fla. Paternal grandpar- ents are Linda and Ronald Han- son, Sidney. holds food drive can help stamp out by giving to the food drive. Post Office asks "to help and to the food drive All the food collected food banks. They aaeals for needy fami- children and the in the community year. CUstomers wishing to items should put l a plastic bag and leave l of food items by their before mail delivery be non-perishable canned and Items most are canned tuna, canned soup, fruits and vegeta- l.3 pounds of food to one meal. for food contribu- important this continuing decline There have cutbacks in hunger- and school food programs. Many more peopleon the tremendous generosity of are jobless and many families our Sidney postal customers." are struggling. This is the 11th year of the "The food drive is a great postal letter carriers'"FoodDrive opportunity for us all to give Across America." It is the largest something valuable to those one-day food drive in the country. who most need it, including Over 500 million pounds of food those many children, families, have been collected to feed the elderly and the unfortunate America's hungry since it started. whom our letter carders see on Sidney is one of 10,000+ com- their routes every day," says munities and post offices across Postmaster Sherry Stambaugh. the United States participating "Our letter carriers and volun- in the letter carders' and postal teers are looking to collect a food drive across America this record amount of food on May year. 10. I know we can again count Thank You d Patty Micheletto wish to I thank the Savage Fire Department, I Karen, Jan and Deb, and all our family, I friends and neighbors who attended our [ benefit or offered their support and! assistance in any way. We are truly I _grateful for each and every one of you. |! Everyone is welcome... "Hats off to Toastmasters" ........ : :: i iiiii! ilil O 0 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. , 'd eorves and auction viewing 6 p.m. - Auction For more information call Connie Erz 488-5211 or Sandy Harding 488-3535 Sunrise City Toastmaster Club Mission Statement The mission of Sunrise City Toastmaster Club is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every member has the opportunity to develop communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth. City Toastmasters meet every Wednesday 2:55 p.m. at the Foundation for Community Care Diet Coke, Mello Yellow, Vanilla Coke, 24 pack cans .............. Western Family ar 10 lb. bag ................ Western Family e Juice 64 oz .................... "N E W" Popables Candy Snickers Cruncher Milky Way 3 Musketers 12 oz. bag ............... Fresh Baked Fruit Pies 8 inch ................... Whiskas Cat Food 17.6 lb. bag ............... Western Family Chunk Dog 37.5 lb. bag ............... Reynolds 114 or 113 lb. fresh Extra Lean Ground Beef Patties Excellent Ground Beef! Convenient 1 lb. vacuum pack packages Phone 433-2305 Grocery -433-1902 * Meat Dept. - 433-5181 Produce Dept. Mon. thru Sat. 7 a.m. to 9 p,m. - Sun. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1151 South Central, Sidney