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Serving tile MonDak area since 1908 Wednesday, June 11,2(F..&aA Obituaries services for Dorothy 88, Sidney, are at 10 June 12, 2003, at United Methodist I with Pastor Susan Twid- Musical selec- provided by Deniece ). Casketbearers are . Moore, Nathan Damm, Damm, Stewart Wilson, Moore and Joshua Honorary casketbearers of Dorothy's friends and at the Extended Care Ushers are Ken Klasna Goss. Interment will be Cemetery under of Fulkerson Sidney. aret was born on Day, Feb. 14, 1915, Alfred and Bertha Muehlke in Detroit, Dorothy was an only childhood was spent in the Detroit area. She high school and took classes and training years. Dorothy was after high school to I'Iardie, also of Detroit. one son, David. The ended after several worked at Fort and in the Detroit area Service during the and early 1950s. In 1945, Dorothy married Moore in Detroit. they raised her son, who was adopted by Ray. to make their in the Detroit area until retirement in the mid- :When Ray retired, he and sold their home in moved to the Tawas Dorothy Moore Dorothy Moore area of northern Michigan to what had been their vacation home since 1947. They both loved the area and thoroughly enjoyed these special years together, living full time in their lifelong project, "the place up north." These were happy years for both of them. They were active in the community: senior citizens, Eastern Star, Masons, their church and College for Seniors. He was her best friend and husband for almost 50 years. Ray died in December of 1994. After Ray's death, Dorothy chose to stay at their home in Michigan for the next two years. In 1996, she decided it was time to be closer to her family and made the move to Montana. She arrived in Sidney in October of 1996. We always refer to the move and her arrival in Sidney as "Dorothy's Big Adventure." Dorothy lived at Crestwood Inn until July of 2001 when she moved to the Lodge on Lone Tree Creek. In October of 2001, she most happily moved to Sid- ney Health Center Extended Care Facility. Dorothy enjoyed being close to all her family; getting to real- ly know her four grandchildren again and meeting all those great-grandchildren that were now part of her family. We have all loved having her here with us; she has been a delight to all who knew her. She was a member of the Lons- dale United Methodist Church and always looked forward to lis- tening to each Sunday's service on tape. Dorothy loved to read; she had many interests and read books on a variety of subjects. She loved being at Extended Care, and enjoyed and participat- ed in all the many activities that were available. Dorothy died on Sunday after- noon, June 8, 2003, at Sidney Health Center. Dorothy is survived by her son, David (Susanne) Moore, Sidney; four grandchildren; Linda (Monte) Stewart, Great Falls, David S. (Terri) Moore, Sidney, Dottle (Stewart) Wilson, Havre, and James Moore, Spearfish, S.D.; her 10 great-grandchildren, Michelle Burns, Nathan Damm, Russell Damm, Jennifer Moore, Maggie Wilson, Joshua Moore, Janae Moore, Megan Moore, Jozi Moore, Keeley Wilson; and two step-great-grandsons, Caleb and Darius Stewart. Mom, Grandma, Great-Grand- ma, Bunky...we will always miss you. Our loss is heaven's gain. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Ray; and grandson-in-law Kenneth Damm. Ruth MacGrady services for Ruth M. MacGrady, 95, Ruth died at the Sidney Health Center Extended are pending at Fulkerson Funeral Home, Care Facility, Tuesday morning, June 10, 2003. accident a Montana Highway Vehicle occurred Monday on Highway 16, south Highway Patrol the accident happened at to the report, both were headed south patrol officer Michael Downs spotted a traffic violator. He then drove onto the shoulder and activated his top light. The vehicle behind the high- way patrol, driyen by Todd Stevenson, i7, l 0rsyth, then moved over~,tdihe northbound lane. When the highway patrol vehicle conducted a U-turn, Stevenson's vehicle ran into the patrol car. Both individuals were trans- ported to Sidney Health Center. They were treated and released. Responding to the accident were the Richland County Sher- iff's Office, Sidney Police Department, Sidney ambulance and Sidney fire department. The accident is still under investigation. Funeral services for Mike D. Burman, 47, Glendive. formerly of Fairview, are at 10 a.m., Wednesday, June 11, 2003, at the Fulkerson Memorial. Chapel in Sidney with Pastor Kelly Sloan officiating. Music will be provided by Warren Fisher. Cas- ketbearers are Jack Burman, Cody Burman, Sam Burman, Marvin Burman, Ray Wolfley, Jr., Joe Leland and Mark Dem- ing. Honorary casketbearers are all of Mike's many friends and relatives. Interment will be in the Fairview Cemetery under the direction of the Fulkerson Funeral Home of Sidney. Mike Denver Burman was born on Feb. 6, 1956, in Natchez, Miss., the son of Robert and Lucille Inez "Louise" (Smith) Burman, Sr. In 1958, the family moved to Fairview, where Mike grew up and attended ~chools. Mike BY ARCH ELLWEIN Herald-Leader The Fort Union National His- toric Site will host their 21st annual Rendezvous June 19-22. The camp and traders row will be set up and in operation all four days. John Luzader of Colorado will present "One-Eyed Reflections: The rememberances of Patrick Gass while under the commands of Captains Lewis and Clark." Gass was elected sergeant to replace Sgt. Charles Floyd who expired on the journey up the Missouri River. As an expert carpenter, Gass played a major role in the con- struction projects at Fort Man- dan and Fort Clatsop. He also kept a journal which was the first published account of the expedition. Luzader said in an interview for "Confluence News," the newsletter of the Friends of Fort Union/Fort Buford, "I went with a middle- aged, post-expedition interpre- tation. It fits my own age, and gave me the flexibility of remi- niscing about the whole expedi- tion, rather than one part of it." Patrick Gass lost an eye in the War of 1812 but lived to the age of 99. He was the last survivor of the expedition. Gass even tried to enlist in the Union Army during the Civil War at the age of 90. Luzader will perform at 11 a.m. CST and 2 p.m. CST each day of the Rendezvous in the Fort Union courtyard. Hours for the Rendezvous are Mike Burman Mike Burman started working in the oil field, worked in various states and all over in Montana. He was injured in an oil field accident. He was married to Caroline Schumacker of Wolf Point. Mike and Sylvia Geary were together from Sep- tember 1988 to June 1992. In 1996, Mike moved to Glendive to live. He was then married to Angel Marie Rieger on Sept. 29, 2000, in Sheridan, Wyo. While in Fairview, Mickey raised quarter horses. He enjoyed rodeos, especially sad- dle bronc riding, horses, hunt- ing, fishing and being in the out- doors. He liked to work on Ford four-wheel drive trucks. Mike died on Thursday, June 5, 2003, at the Burman family homestead in Fairview. Surviving him are his wife, Angel Burman; two sons, Paden Michael Burman and Logan Paul Burman; a daughter, Mikki Jean Burman; a brother, Robert R. Burman, Jr., Forsyth; a sister, Emma Lou Wolfley, Granger; numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, George Burman and Jimmy Bowlin. .ezvous 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CST daily at the Fort Union National Historic Site straddling the Montana- North Dakota border 23 miles northeast of Sidney. There is no admission charge. I ATTENnON OIL FIELD HANDS l I (and anyone else who gets really greasy) | New Cleaning Method for your Greasers! =| I special soap & extreme heat We can even clean your gloves. Don't just throw them out. Bring them in and we'll get them clean. Laundry - Mending o Drop Se~~ 121 2nd Ave. NE, 482-1405 The Friends & Family of versen are invited to attend a in honor of his 70th Birthday! Saturday, June 14, 2003 Open House 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. Sidney Elks LQdge Refreshments will be served Lrty will party for Red I "~ Richland County exten- gent, is scheduled for 17 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. in ~ichland County Court- rotunda. wil I retire _1 ~ 30 after of service. Sidney ,_ ....... hill mm "1 I I Old Fashion Prices Burning Bargains Take Down PricesI Trappers Specials Beautiful Buys Dad's Day Deals Anyway you say it, you'll save/ ,I 1 J 117 South Sidney CentralAve. 433-7338 I ................ .......... J Mid-Rivers Telephone Cooperative, Inc., dba II I I Your LOCAL service provider. Best ble television picture in town. Best telecommunication prices. 24-hour, second-to-none, customer service. We provide you with all of your telecommunications services on 1 bill., ; all 433-6782 ,/ 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. E Main 433-4554 Buffet Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Adult .............. $6.70 Senior Citizen ....... $5.90 Children 6-12 years ...$4Y5 Children 2-5 .... 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