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May 4, 2OO3 Serving the MonDak area since 1908 "Great for steel buildings, pole barns, quansits, home and industrial" Seal flat roofs Makes post frame buildings more rigid and wind resistant. Each 0ne-inch of polyurethane foam has a R7 insulation value. Seals all air leaks, making it more effective than other insulations. For special introductory price call 406-774-3309 We're open 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Lunch specials 2 piece shrimp dinner s7 Chicken fried steak =6 Specials include salad bar & coffee or tea Or choose from our regular lunch menu Dinner specials Steak & shrimp =20 Steak & lobster =25 Ribeye steak =1750 Specials include salad bar & coffee or tea and dessert Or choose from our regular dinner menu South of Sidney Restaurant 433-4709 Bar 433-9936 MSU offers arts program this summer BOZEMAN - Innovative pro- grams targeted at high school stu- dents with interest and talent in music, performance, dance, art, architecture, photography or video will be offered throughout the summer at ArtsLink, Montana State University's College of Arts and Architecture's arts camps. In its sixth year, ArtsLink offers 11 on-campus and com- muter arts programs, classes and workshops taught by experts. The week-long workshops include: "Beginning Film Production," July 13- 18. Taught by award- winning filmmaker Cindy Still- well, Department of Film and Television. Create your own movie with the same equipment and techniques the pros use. For more information, or call 406-994-6521. "Headed for Broadway," July 13-19. Montana TheatreWorks and MSU's Department of Music combine forces to pro- vide daily classes in acting, singing and dance that culminate in a real show. For more information, mtthe- or call 406- 585-5885. "The Architecture Link," July 13-18. Join college freshman in a design studio as you prepare archi- tectural design projects for exhibit. Contact Daniel and Susan Glenn, 406-994-4255. "Acting for the Camera," July 20-26. Whether a beginner or more experienced actor, develop skills of film and video acting under the direction of a noted acting professor and profession- al director. For more information, or call 994-5883. II for sponsoring Mrs. Jonsson's Library and History classes at Savage School. ! i: U:!i Ferrellgas provides each student in Mrs. Jonsson's Library and History classes at Savage School with a Wednesday edition of the Sidney Herald-Leader. can sponsor a class! For more information contact N.I.E. Coordinator Deniece Schwab. 310 2nd Ave. NE, Sidney * 482-2403 earning wznner8 PHOTO BY BILL VANDE Sidney Middle School earned second place at the math meet in Minot Members include, front from left, Cole Johnson, Aaron Olson and Marcus back, Fiona Kolberg, Susan Dynneson and Darren Roth. Kolberg and Roth finalist awards. Sidney native named to 'energy' Angle Keller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Keller, Sidney, has been selected as an "energy" group leader for Harding Uni- Mother's Day Suggestions from Homestead Books Successful professional Amy survived planning her wed- ding, but can she survive the chaos of parenthood in Laura Wolf's Diary of a Mad Morn-To-Be, a hilarious read for new moms everywhere @ 10.95. Jacquelyn Mitchard's Twelve Times Blessed explores the 43rd year of True's life, beginning with the moment she and her best friend slide off the road into a snow-filled ditch @ 25.95. With 44 coupons to redeem, Dear Mom is an ideal gift idea @ 5.95. God's Little Instruction Book for Mom contain lovely quotes from the Bible, beautifully bound in a leather book for enjoy- ment and display @ 14.99. Nick Jr.'s Dora the Explorer wishes Happy Mother's Day, Mami! and teaches lit- tle ones skills in English and Spanish @ 3.99. When You Grow Up by Lennie Goodings tells the story of Zachary, his Morn, and what good things happen as he'grows @ 14.99. When Mama Comes Home Tonight is a delightful book about the special rituals between a child and parent @ 6.99. Homestead Books & Vitamins is open Monday thru Friday 9 to 5:30 p.m., Saturday 9 to 5:30 p.m. and Noon to 4 pm. Sunday (including Mother's Day). Special orders and inquiries can be made at 482-5571, (800) 788-4419, or emailed to Gift Certificates are avail- able for any amount you wish and can be redeemed in the Homestead, Homestead Books & Vitamins, the South 40 or the Winner's Pub. Treat Mom to a fabulous meal on Mother's Day Bring her to the South 40 Restaurant for the delicious buffet serving Baked Ham Roast Beef, and Fried Chicken from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Reservations are encouraged but not required and can be made at 482- 4999. versity's 2003 Student Impact, an orientation program designed to help freshman and new stu- dents make the transition to col- lege life. Student Impact features a vari- ety of activities, including service projects and games designed to make new students comfortable with each other and the university. Students are divided up into groups of 20, called groups." These throughout the day to school, rules, campus other issues of them. More than all over the United abroad will participate program Aug. 21-25. /see ce//paane The nation's largest NO ROAMING is now DIGITAL One- or two-year agreement required $35 activation fee on one-year agreements. No activation fee agreements. $175 early termination fee applies Monthly anytime minutes may be used only in area Long d~stance and roam rates for intemal~onal calls with specific software and preferred roaming list as programmed by Verizon Wireless. t Bonus Anytlm~ Minutes: New two-year agreement required. 2 Mobile to mobile minutes available only ~thin designated and other details, see mobile to mobile brochures. Mobile home airbme rate area. 3 Domestic long distance is an addit~nal 20tminute for calls See calling plans brochure for home airtime rate areas and other details, great graduation .... !i:i;;i!!iiiii:i::: 115 2nd Ave. NE, Sidney * 433-4370 Hours: 9-5:30 weekdays 9-3 Sat, Sunday, nay 11 v 10.30 a.m.- ~~~ (No BreaMast) 'a Lo, Cz}e Turkey & Dressing Baked Ham -- Roast Beef Meatballs 2 I Adults ......... $8.50 Children 4-12 ....... $6 Senior Citizens ...$7.50 Children under 3 ...FREE Phone: 406-433-6010 or 406-742-5133 Early reservations appreciated - EVERYONE WELCOME