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_ .j' Milestones WEDNFSDAY, JULY 7, 2004 34 s for Lloyd 95, Sidney, were 7, 2004, at the L in Fairview with Pas- Meehan officiating. i selections were pro- Dana Dahl and Aneta ! Casketbearers were grandchildren, Jan Potter, Jeffrey David Re|die Hon- were all nieces, nephews, special Extended Care , Lang- John Bauman. Bur|- the direction Funeral Home, Harold Ludington k on Sept. 30, 1908, on homestead south of N.D., to parents, J. and Ida O. (Patter- Lloyd corn- eighth grade at ~in rural Alexander ~texander. He lived and his parents' home- il April 1927, when July ~ily moved to the Yel- n. " ~ne Valley south of "n_m~W. a family decision to ~]lhen his father asked gldi~dren if they wanted to J) the dryland home- ~d starve to death or an irrigated farm and to death. The was made to move ll rd work awaited them. ,~ ~narried Martha Lang- 98, Plentywood, passed . ~rly morning July, 4, !'4 ~ttriotic to the end!), 12 ' -r 9' ter a fall that caused a hip. The public is invit- Cliff's family in a 1,dl prayer, reflection and ~brance at 7 p.m. Thurs- t V tY'yw8' 2004, at Fulkerson's ood. Pastor Larry IIm~ will officiate at funeral ~2 P.m. July 9 at the ""~angregational UCC /" Burial, with the Ma- /pron lecture at grave- be at the Plentywood ~ial Cemetery. was born in Sour|s, ILpril 7, 1906, to Henry 0 Peter- ' attended grade Bhere until 1916, when is father's ill health, ly moved to Minnesota ith Henry's parents on in Ottertall q - County tall of 1926, he came ~h Plentywood on his , Scobey to work for his : rnest Peterson at the :ii~nBattleson Co., a gen- :lTovelA v working there /. ly young woman uct. 31, 1930. They Workinein Scobey / ebruary of 196 when lOVed to Plentywood af- Obituaries Lloyd Ludington ] 908 - 2004 wald Feb. 20, 1938, at the Methodist parsonage in Sid- ney. Together they lived and worked on the valley farm un- til 1974, when they retired and moved into Sidney. With his hard work and management, Lloyd was a successful farmer and livestock feeder of cattle, hogs and sheep. His livestock feeding opera- tion was carried out with a team of horses until 1966. He and Martha were 4-H leaders while their three younger children participated. They were good role models for their children and grandchil- dren. Lloyd was a member of the Farm Bureau and the Sugar- beet Growers Association. In the 1960s, he was an active supporter of efforts to estab- lish an alfalfa pelleting opera- tion in the Lower Yellowstone Valley. He was an avid reader of newspapers, magazines and books, and was always in- terested in local, state, nation- Clifford Peterson 1906 - 2004 al and world news. After Martha passed away in Au- gust 1997, Lloyd remained at home in Sidney until entering the SHC Extended Care facili- ty in October 2000. He enjoyed watching television, especial-' ly athletic events and comedy. Bus rides out into the commu- nity and surrounding areas were enjoyed as well. Lloyd died the afternoon of July 2, 2004, at the SHC Ex- tended Care Facility. Lloyd is survived by one son, Ralph N. (Lynette) Lud- ington, Cumberland Center, Maine; two daughters, Mari- lyn Lorenz and Ruth (Dale) Reidle, both of Sidney. Grand- children: Laura Potter, Fairview; Brian Thomas, Raleigh, N.C.; Douglas (Mary Jo) Reidle, Bainville; David (Becky) Reidle, Sidney; Jef- frey (Trish) Ludington, Sioux Falls, S.D.; Joel (Elizabeth) Ludington, San Diego, Calif.; Jan (Matt) Lavallee, Sabattus, Maine. Great-grandchildren: Lloyd and Aaron Thomas, Raleigh, N.C.; Somer and Ab- by Reidle, Bainville; Shelby and Shanyn Re|die, Sidney; Samantha, Alexandria and Daniel Ludington, Sioux Falls, S.D.; Kaitlyn and Jarod Lavallee, Sabattus, Maine. Two sisters, Lois Houchen Hubert, West Jordon, Utah, and Luella Spencer, Central|a, Wash. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, son Gary, son-in-law Walter Lorenz, sis- ter Fern, and brothers Mer- rill, Warren and Raymond. .... ii UBBY BERNOI j SIDNEY HERALD Friends of Scouting The Montana Council, Bay Scouts of America, Senior District Executive Kathy Monington presents First Se- curity Bank-West, Fairview, President Brent Torgerson a bronze plaque for their contribution to the "Friends of Scouting" program. Contributions to the Boy Scout program are welcome by calling Moning- ton at 406-761-6000. Engagement Gentry - Gear Frank and Claire Gentry, Al- buquerque, N.M., and Gaul and Tom Keys announce the engagement of their daugh- ter, Amber Lee Gentry, to Ryan Scott Gear, son of Mike and Audrey Gear, Sidney. Amber is an elementary teacher in Great Falls. Ryan is currently working in the U.S. Air Force. A July 17, 2004, wedding is planned in Albuquerque, N.M. The couple will reside in Great Falls. ter purchasing a small general store from Mollie Johnson. Cliff was mayor of Plenty- wood in 1953-54 and also served as a city councilman for many years. He was a director on the board of Security State Bank for 14 years and director/trea- surer of the Pioneer Manor Board for 40 years. Cliff is survived by one son, Bill (Eunice) Peterson, Plenty- wood; one daughter, Karrol Kay (Bruce) Gardiner, Kirk- land, Wash.; four grandsons: Casey (Michelle) Peterson and children Karl| and Chase, Plentywood, Chad Peterson, Plentywood, Todd Gardiner, Kirkland, Wash., and Kevin (Mandy) Gardiner and their daughters Kayla, Megan and Kiele, Colorado Springs, Colo.; twosisters, Doris Albright, Crookston, Minn., and Henri- etta Nelson, Livingston; and munerous nieces and nephews and their families. Memorials may be made to the First Congregational Church, the Sheridan Health Care Foundation, the Montana Pioneer Manor, or to the chari- ty of the sender's choice. Friends may call at Fulker- son's in Plentywood. Saturday, July 10 10 a.m. ' Highway 16 N, Raymond, MT 488-4787. 406-895-2604 Hope to see you there. BECKY ZUEGER PHOTO TECHNICIAN on your next ONE HOUR PHOTO PROCESSING One Hour Photo Processing includes sleeved negatives with every roll. e ONE HOUR PHOTO LAB KODAK PICTURE MAKER Wallets Size, 5" x 7", 8" x 10" From Photo orDigital Media The prenatal teaching program will hosta 2-Day Childbirth Class during the OFF ' month of July. The classes will ~ ~ I I cover relaxation, anatomy and ~ '~ I physlolo of cmdbi , of i delivery, anesthesia, breast feeding, dad's ~ HOg,tail | r m I class, child care and includes a tour of the I SHC OB Wing. If you are due to deliver from August through ONE ' per ,, October, please call Julie Hanson, RNC at 488-5506 to reserve I , yoor ot. T,e co t ss.oo PH SING , ($ ll esday, July 20 from 7-gPM 3" x 5" Gloss~ ~':" Sxs" Glossy or Matte finish. || I Sidney Health CenterTelemed Room | ($ rry Hu h Saturday, July 24 from 9AM-5PM .................. " ~22v2e;rn~:!ae P r e s e ntative [z.. Ave. Sidney Health Center Class[oom [~idney, MT 59270 oP,-',, 39"5 ~iI!800"441-7793 50bw,.d.,,d,, ..................... 216 14th Ave SW d ~= ~ Sidney, Mi -Warujones ~Phone: 406-488-2100 lnve~tor~ Since z87z WHITE DRUG COUPON 402 East Main Sidney, MT 406-482-1420 1-800-967-2904 Pharmacy Hours: Store Hours: Mon - Fri: 9 am 7 pm Mon - Fri: 9 am 8 pm Sat:9am~ 5:30pm Sat:9am 5:30pro Sun: Closed Sun: 11 am 4 pm 10:30 a.rn. to 9 p.m. Uffet: 11 a.rn. to 8 p.m. Main 433-4554 Weekly Lunch Specials 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday: Sandwich Combo ........ $3.99 Tuesday: 2 piece dark snack ...... 84,25 Wednesday: 1 breast snack ....... $8.99 Thursday; 2 strip snack .... . ...... $8.75 Friday: 2 piece dark snack ........ $4.25 Snacks Include biscuit & drink. 1/2 Gallon 10 Pcs. Chicken 3 large sides 6 Biscuits 10 with 4 biscuits