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z Surt , t ay am Monday, May 26 • The Memorial Day parade in Sidney begins at the VFW Hall at 10 a.m. • A Memorial Day service is at the Fairview Cemetery at 11:30 a.m. The American Legion Auxiliary will provide refreshments starting at 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 27 • Ran Elementary School has kindergarten and pre-school reg- istration from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Call 482-1088 or stop at the school. • Weather permitting, White Heat, the Sidney Middle School jazz band, will perform at 7 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park. Thursday, May 29 • Moose has bingo at 7 p.m. Early bird is 6:30 p.m. • Ran Elementary School has kindergarten and pre-school reg- istration from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Call 482-1088 or stop at the school. Saturday, May 31 • Super Soccer Saturday starts at 11:30 a.m. at the Richland County Fairgrounds. There will be skills competitions. Potluck begins at noon. Last names starting with A-I and S-Z should bring hot dishes. Last names starting with K-R should bring sal- ads and desserts. Last names starting with J should bring chips. Sunday, June 1 • The annual firemen's breakfast is 6 a.m.- 1 p.m. at the Sidney Fire Hall. The menu includes sausage, french toast, scrambled eggs, juice and coffee. • Sidney Singles have their alumni party. Registration begins at 3:30 p.m., and dinner starts at 4:30 p.m. Country Express will provide music for dancing from 6-9 p.m. All singles and alum- ni are welcome. Call 482-2026 or 488-7151 for more informa- tion. Monday, June 2 • "Treasure of the Nile" Vacation Bible School is mornings dur- ing June 2-6 at Sidney Lutheran Brethren Church. Pre-register by calling 433-2209. • The annual Richland County 4-H Fashion Revue is 7 p.m. at the Moose Lodge. • The eighth annual Footlights and Greasepaint Youth Theatre Retreat is June 2-7 at Sidney Middle School. Call 1-800-482- 5109 for more information. • Registration begins at the Sidney Public Library for the sum- mer reading program. Call 433-1917 for more information. Tuesday, June 3 • American Red Cross blood drive is 1:30-6 p.m. at St. Matthew's Parish Center. Sunday, June 8 • A benefit for Frank Kunda, son of Ron and Tammy Kunda and baby grandson of Trndy Nevins, is 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Sidney Moose Lodge. The event will include a roast beef dinner and a benefit auction. Wednesday, June 11 * The Sidney Christian Women's Club will have a luncheon at 12:30 p.m. at the MonDak Heritage Center. Judy Deitz will present a feature on "History Lovers." The Fox Lake Chicks will provide musical entertainment. Jane Vander Vorden, Billings, will speak on "Healthful Walking." Cost is $7.50. Call Celia Thiel, 488-6650, by June 6 to make reservations. • Wednesday, July 9 • Montana Shakespeare in the Park will perform "As You Like It" at 7 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park. A fund-raising picnic is scheduled from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Treatments of .... • Sport & Work Injuries • Accidents • Other Pain Conditions Final week of 1.9% financing on selected units ibnrp gtral -f/.tatltr Serving the MonDak area since 1908 Published Wednesday & Sunday by the Sidney Herald-Leade~ a proud member of the Wick Communications Group• SINGLE COPIES: AVAILABLE AT LOCAL OUTLETS FOR 75 CENTS PER COPY, SUB- SCRIPTION RATES: $41 PER YEAR FOR CARRIER DELIVERY AND MAIL DELIVERY IN THE COUNTY TRADE AREA; $44 PER YEAR FOR MOTOR ROUTES MAIL DELIVERY IN, THE OUT-OF-COUNTY TRADE AREA; $51 FOR OUT-OF-STATE OR OUT-OF-TRADE-AREA DELIVERY; $73 FOR DELIVERY TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES. POSTMASTER, SENDADDRESS CHANGES TO THE SIDNEY HERALD- LEADER, 310 SECOND AVE. N.E., SIDNEY MT 59270. PERIODICAL POSTAGE PAID IN SIDNEY, MT, 59270. USPS 495-760 ISSN# 0898-087X Tanning without For your appointment call Hockenbary of Serving the MonDak area since 1908 tion PHOTO BY DEBBE ANDERSON Sidney native Wayne Wick, seen here pulling a water pump, recently joined the staff at Action Auto as an automotive technician. Wick is also working •towards an associate of science degree in diesel technology at North Dakota State College of Science in Wah- peton, N.D., and plans to return there full time in the fall. After completing his final year of studies, Wick hopes to rejoin Action Auto staff next summer. Wick previously held a variety of mechanical jobs on area farms, gaining valuable experience which he now applies towards his work at Action Auto, "1 like it so far. I do just ab’iut everything, from service to recalls." In his spare time, Wick enjoys working on cars and riding horses, IIIIII ...... I This p graduate will getting her SSHS diploma Guess Cong Love, Your Family Yellowstone t t I DOT Physicals Available 222 2nd Ave. Edward Jones announces discussion on economy EnidHuotari, Nick Lonski and In 1977, Will received the Jerry Hughes, the Edward Jones Pulitzer Prize for his newspaper investment representatives in commentary. Today, his twice- Sidney, will host a free one-hour weekly column appears in near- program on June 10 at 9:30 a.m., ly 500 newspapers in the United 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. featur- States and Europe. As contribut- ing "Newsweek" columnist and ing editor of Newsweek maga- ABC commentator GeorgeWill. zine, Will also writes a bi- During this special presenta- monthly back-page essay. tion, Will and Edward Jones This live, interactive broadcast experts will offer their insights is presented at Edward Jones on the state of the nation's econ- branch offices nationwide via omy and financial markets,the firm's private video network. "Our country has been through For more information about many challenges recently," said the program or to reserve your Huotari. '`This program will help seat, call your local investment investors to put events of this representative. If you are unable year in perspective and explore to attend at the above time, addi- their impact on the economy and tional viewing opportunities are financial markets." available. Open 8 a.m.-61 SW, Sidney • 433-4757 • Toll Free V STAR ON , MOTOROYOILE! Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. • Sat. 8 a.m. - 12 1717 S. Central Ave. • Sidney • 433-6635 "Finance offer avaiieble on the Yamaha card, subject to cred'it approval, February prior year) Yamaha Motorcycle, AW and Scooter. Reduced Rate 39% APR and $39 monthly payment effective until January 2005 if your Account is kept current. Thereafter, the Standard Rate 17 9% APR will apply and payments will be calculated at 3% of the promotional balance For Accounts not kept current, the Default applied to all balances, Minimum Finance Charge $1.00. Maximum amount financed $20,000 allocation of payments and Finance Charges on your promotional purchase if you make Yamaha card. Call 1-888-367-4310 or review your cardholder agreement for information. Customer Cash offer amount varies on select Motorcycles and ATVs, February 1,2003 - May 31. 2003. Sea your dealer for details. Yzm~.eom Let us remember with gratitude the men and women who served our country in times of war. i? Nick Lonski Enid Huotari Jerry Hughes Investment ............ InvestmerR ..........Investment 1Relb~5resentative Representative Representative S. Central Ave. 203 N. Central Ave. 322 S. Central Ave. Sidney, MT 59270 Sidney, MT 59270 Sidney, MT 59270 433-3600 433-7788 433-7777 J -877433-3600 1-866-433-7799 1-800441-7793 www.edwardjones.com Serving Individual Investors ilia ,, Information Healthworks. Fun Run The Heakhworks Fun Run is $amrday, June 7 at 9:00 a.m. at the Sidney Health Center ER Parldng Lot All fimess levels and age groups are welcome for the 51( Walk, 5K Run or 1OK Run. There's also a one-mile run for the kids/All pa raclpants receive a 2003 r-shin. Regisrraffon forms are available at Heatthwork . Plan to attend and kick-off your summer with a heolthy start/ Caregivers Support Group The Care&iven Support Growp meorJ the fint Wednesday of each month ar I2 noon in the SHC Classroom, tocar I on the lower level. The purpme of this working support lFoup is to offer a zafe place to talk about earegivi hsues. ReJIMre care is a ailabIe for caregivers who plan to attend. If you have furlher q stion about the support group, please call Kay Johnson, SHC-EC Social Worker ar 488=2327 or Kelly Wi Mnson, $HC Social Worker ar488-2294. BACK SPECIALIST • :- Dr, Scott, Orthopedic Surgeon June 1 lth & 25th Please Note: Patients are seen crt a refetralbasis. Sidney Cti.i_c - suite #108 Toll Pree: 1-800-331-7575 ext. 2277 or 488-2277 EYES • :o Dr. Morin, Ophthalmologist June 61h - Medical Arts Bldg. Toll Free: 1-800-735-4926 HEART .... • Dr. Burg, Cardiologist June 1 NERVES Si&cy Clim'c - Suite #103 -'- Dr. Eeheverri, Neurologist CANCER Toll Free: 1-800-332-7156 June 18th- Medical Arts Bldg. • :" Dr. T ito, Oncolegist Toll Pree: 1-800-648-6274 June llth URINARY SYSTEM -:- Dr. Gaddy, Neurologist • :- Dr. Whittenberger, Oncologist -:- Dr. Shahin, Urologist June 16th - Medical Arts Bldg. June 18th June 6th & 2Oh Toll Fzee: 1,800-332-7156 Sidney Clinic - Suite #103 Sidney Clinic - Suite #102 Toll l ee: 1-800-331-7575 Toll Free: 1-800-624-7701 MRI SCANNER ext. 2510 or 488-2510 Dr. Brad Anderson, Urologist o:o MRI Truck June 27th Here Every Wednesday Sidney Clinic - Suite #103 June 4th, 1 lfla, 18th & 25th Toll Free: 1-800-648-6274 ToU Free: 1-800-331-7575 ext. 2195 or 488-2195 214 14th Ave SW • Sidney, MT • Toll Free: 1-800-331-7575 i