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Serving; the MpnDak area since 1908 Wednesday, May 14, 2(X)3-4 1 i i i e Gillette and Hazel Hov- the Residents of the y Health are. Hope Gillette Gillette is a member of Church. tin Extended Care 25, 2002, and staff s are very happy to have She enjoys visit- h her family and the resi- staff, and she joins for parties and Almeta Gillette was 3, 1918, in Terry, to Meta and Albert She has two broth- Williamsn, Bozeman, Monte Willianson, She spent her child- and Poison. graduated from high !She attended college at :Where she received her in elementary education. pen pals with a navy in Hawaii. After of letter writing, they and three days later She married on June 12, 1943, later, at the Washing- Cathedral in Wash- They were happily over 50 years. school in Torrence, and Renan, and in she taught school and state chairman had two children: a Genie Lang, Sidney, Lew Gillette, Page, five grandchildren great-grandchildren. away on Nov. Hope Gillette 28, 1996, and Hope has lived in Sidney since then. Hazel Hoversten Hazel Hoversten has always liked people and always enjoyed entertaining in her home. She has always especially loved having her grandchildren come for a visit. She joined Extended Care on June 20, 2002. Here, she enjoys visiting with her husband almost every day. She joins in for church, bingo, musical programs and parties. It's always wonder- ful to see that sparkle in her eye; and staff members are really happy to have her at the facility with them. Hazel Hoversten was born on Jan. 10, 1912, to parents John and Julia Hamilton in McClusky, N.D. She had an older brother, Harold, and a younger brother, Donald, who are now deceased. She graduated from high school in McClusky, and went to Bismarck, N.D., where she attended the Bismarck School of Nursing and became an RN. She POBox, MT 59501-7751 up for spring Don't worry. Hardware & Furniture Is! products at the price - guaranteed Accugreen 2000 Spreader Drop or Broadcast Holds a 10,000 square foot bag, Lawn Pro Weed & Feed Thicker, greener turf Controls dandelions and over 50 other broadleaf weeds. 5,000 square feet it Max Greening Power Kills Weeds on contact . "time Release-Won't Bum 5,000 square feet rebate Max Greening Power ~me Release-Won't Bum 5,000 square feet Super Turf Builder *with $2 mail-in rebate Got a problem? Home edition only $29.99 with Johnson's Ortho Solver Book! Johnson's low price guarantee Johnson's will meet or beat any locally advertised price on in-stock lawn & garden products! Ave., 406-482-1402 receive Hazel Hoversten worked in hospitals as a nurse in Mandan, N.D., Hutchinson, Red Wing, and Minneapolis, Minn. On June 7, 1938, she married Knut Hoversten in a beautiful ceremony decorated by an arch- way of lilacs at her parents' home in McCulsky. They then moved to Medicine Lake, where Knut was a teacher. In 1947, they moved to Sidney where their first home was in the kitchen area of the old Central grade school. She and Knut have three daugh- ters: Julieanne (Mrs. Norman Mell), Stanley, N.D., Carol (Mrs. David Anderson), Spokane, Wash., and Janet (Mrs. James Riely), Wafford City, N.D. She has 10 grandsons, two granddaugh- ters, 17 great-grandchildren and in one nephew, John Hamilton, Wiiliston, N.D. Both Hazel and Knut have been members of Pella A decade ago, Charles Colson 1993 classic "The Body." In Lutheran Church since they'came issued a wake-up call to the "Being the Body," Colson asks: to Sidney in 1947. church at large. On Sunday, he "What is the church and what is Hazel worked at Community will do so again - live via satel- its relevance to contemlx)rary Memorial Hospital for many lite. And this special program culture at large?" years in the OB department and will be shown live at Faith For 25 years, Colson has been later in surgery. When she Alliance Church in Sidney.challenging, inspiring and gal- retired, she went to work part In conjunction with the vanizing the church to impact time at Richland Homes. When Church Communication Net- culture. With dramatic changes she retired, she and Knut trav- work, Faith Alliance Church is in our world in the decade since eled extensively, going to Nor- presenting "Being the Body: A "The Body" was released, this way to visit relatives and to Challenge to the Church" fea- timely event provides a look at turing Colson, the former top what the church can - and Europe tbr sightseeing. They also traveled all over the United Nixon aide. It airs live at 6 p.m. should - be doing today. Sunday. Best-selling author Lee "The job of the church...must States. Hazel belonged to the Strobel is the host and will be always be to be a beacon of the Norwegian Stichery Club, Sons joined by award-winning singer truth," Colson writes. "When of Norway, Homemakers, Twila Paris and David Neff, the we don't do so, we have little Sewing Club, WELCA and editor of Christianity Today influence on the shape and Order of the Eastern Star. She magazine, direction of our culture." loved to do Norwegian stitching Colson will talk about "Being Colson founded Prison Fel- and made many bell pulls and the Body," his recently released lowship Ministries after spend- other wall hangings using a (W Publishing Group) revised ing time in prison himself for sewing called Klokkestrange. and expanded follow-up to his Watergate-related crimes. She also loved to quilt and made quilts for her grandchildren; she didn't quit sewing until her eye- sight began to fail. Pot(uck picnic at the cemetenj. t i 315 2nd NW, Sidney 216 14th Ave. SW, Sidney 406-488-21 O0 or 1-800-331-7575 Sidney tee e V e e 000 nera, 488-2805 Police Department Richland County ii Sheriff Fairview Police Department Montana Highway Patrol Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks J