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June 1, 2003

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4A..Sulxtay, June 1, 2003 i Serving the MonDak area since 1908 an. you 0: earntn We will be leaving in June for an educational trip to Italy and Greece. Many people in the community and Sidney Schools have contributed to our fund-raising efforts. We would like to acknowl- edge their support and thank them for buying our Eagle items. ~t We would like to thank the area businesses for their sup- Because of 3 our generousity, port during the past school we are able to add more loca- year: Action Auto, Anna's, tions to our 13-day trip. Blue Rock, Gem City, Mon- Thank you for all your sup- Dak Ford, the Ranger, Ribbon port, Sidney! and Rail and Stockman Bank. Cindy Osland, Jake Van- Jock Stop and Screen Play Every, Jason Evans, Marissa sponsored fundraisers for us Schoepp, Sarah Rennet, this year; we appreciate their Mike Livers, Colton Marti- help in ordering products for hi, Levi Weltikoi and Chase us. Denowh. Area students receive honors in Bozeman Montana State University must complete a minimum ofTrudell, Fairview; Jason Bozeman announces that 12 credit hours to be listed on Vaira, Lambert; Miranda 2,152 students have been either the president's or dean's Johnston, Richey; Katrina named to the university's two list. Vaira and Leandra Vaira, Sav- honor roll lists for spring Area students included: age; Chandi Brown, Laci Har- semester 2003. MSU Boze- David Steppler, Brockton; alson, Susan Iversen, Katie man undergraduate studentsMichaelVannatta, Culbertson; Senn and Peter Larsen, Sid- Robin Schlothauer and Corey ney; and Ryan Bogar, Vida. Father's Day Suggestions from Homestead Books Emily and Her Daddy are spending the whole day together-see what they are doing in this sweet lift the flap book @ 6.99. Dr. Seuss' classic Hop On Pop-Up! is a nifty pop-up book that is made to fit smaller hands perfectly @ 6.99. My Grandpa is Amazing by Nick Butterworth is a great gift book for any extra special grandpa @ 5.99. Treat your baseball fan to Sandy Koufax: A Lefty's Legacy, Jane Leavy presents fascinating and eye-opening biography the great Dodger pitcher who changed the game of baseball forever, but who was, ironically, the most misunderstood man in base- ball @ 23.95. An entertaining collection of short stories, From the Listening Hills by Louis L'Amour, the master of great American storytelling, is available in hardcover @ 16.95 or audio cassette @ 18. Racing fans will enjoy 'revving up' to stories from their favorite drivers in Chicken Soup for the NASCAR Soul @ 12.95 Homestead Books & Vitamins is open Monday thru Saturday 9 to 5:30 p.m. Special Orders or inquiries can be made at 482-5571 or (800) 788-4419, or emailed to Our Gift Certificates are the perfect gift idea for Dad! They can be purchased for any amount and can be used at the Homestead Books & Vitamins, the South 40, and the Winner's Pub. WE COVER YOUR INVESTMENT Custom CompozitTM .Shutters Windows .Walk Doors Vinyl & Steel .Overhead Doors Siding .Maintenance Awnings Free Fence FREE ESTIMATES Toni Martini Business: 488-2468 Home: 488-7752 Sidney up to 20% on auto commercial insurance and fa Tyler R~ii~ke Terry Sivertson Dan Wyman Agent Agent Agent 433-4416 FARM BUREAU FINANCIAL SERVICES Insurance htvestments Mon-Thrus 9 am to 5 pm Fri 9 am to 4pm 804 S Central Ave, Sidney http://mya entfbfscom/TSivertson I I I I CELLULARONI" 2030 W Holly Street 488 2355 Visit our sponsors at ::~: ~;~:i Joel Collins Sidney Office 120 E Main Sidney, MT 433-5636 "I Sidney Public Ubrary RaclioShack 115 2nd Ave. NE 433-4370]oel.collins 120 3rd Ave SE 433-3500 433-1978 QUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY HW 16 NW of I 433-CARS (2277) of Montana Job Service 211 N Central Ave. 302 E. Main, Sidney 433-1005 ulkerson nerai Home 315 2nd St NW Sidney 488-2805 Insurance Agency 433-1411 114 2nd Ave SE OMNI electronics, Inc Sidney 482-1481 Sidney 482-1402 ql 1 120 2nd Ave SW Sidney | CenexHan, States 482-4480 J l SIDNEY HEALTH CENTER 216 14th Ave. SW Sidney 406-48~2100 1-800-331-7575 1-800-821-8320 Sidney * 433-5699 nors Honor PHOTOS BY Receiving advanced photo) at West front from left. Thiel, Heather Matthew LaPan Strasheim and Gorder; back, son, Olivia Hurst, and Amy Winning bikes the program left, Dalton Jesse Wirth Scott, Charity Heather Kaitlyn Sias. Fairview Schools Sophomore: Geneva Maule. Freshman: Braden BOuchard. High Honor Roll Seniors: Tammi Eldridge, Honor Roll Tori Haber, Jenna Knels and Seniors: Erica Browne, Krista Andrew Maule. Knels, Aimee Norby, Susan Juniors: Katie Finsaas and Rudie, Holly Smith and Gregory Kelsey Wiltzen. Taylor. Hn II IIIIr III I II J ..... lilt" ' R _ I. I Taan yau I would like to thank the Sidney Health Center for the great care I received while I was in the hospital. Thank you Dr. Council for the care you gave me in the emergency room. Thank you Dr. Karanjai and the nurses for the great care. I would like to thank everyone who came to visit me. What a great facility we have in Sidney! Thanks again. Don Lind I I . I ' i I1! I1" I[I ' un Juniors: Keith Kayla Sullivan. Sophomores: tyla Chantz Conlin. Russell Larson, Sharon Skov and livan. Freshmen: and Lyndsey Taylor. Comm June Sponsored by more June Phil Johnson Hardware & Hardware usually sells approximately 50 Toro season, but this year after advertisin the Sidney Herald-Leader, they have over 50 mowers before June 1! It pays to advertise in the I III I I IIIJ I I