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Serving the MonDak area since 1908 Sunday, July 27, 2003-3A y. bituaries Myrtle Berard Berard, 93, passed away Wednesday, 2003, at her home, surrounded by her was born Aug. 8, 1909, in Esmond, County, North Dakota, to Olaf and Helga She received her schooling in Richland 14, 1925, she married Edward E Berard She worked as a cook for the 4B's for several years, retiring in 1974. She ng and handy work. is survived by her son, Walter R. (Mar- Polson; her daughters, Beatrice M. Annetta R. (John) Mitchell, and Barbara J. (Herman, II1) Henry, her sisters, Eva Swanson, Sidney, and Olive Whitaker, Lebanon, Ore.; 17 grandchildren;' 30 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grand- children. She was preceded in death by her husband of 69 years, Edward F. Berard, in 1994; her son, Donald K. Berard in 2002; and two brothers and one sis- ter. Visitation will be held Sunday, July 27, 2003, from 6-8 p.m. at the Cremation and Burial Society of the Rockies Chapel in Missoula. Funeral services will be held Monday, July 28, 2003, at 11 a.m., at the funeral home. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Cemetery. Aiuncheon will be held at Myrtle's home following the com- mittal services. Memorials are preferred to the Humane Society or to the donor's choice. Patricia (Badt) Webber with illness for many years, Patri- Webber lost her struggle for life at the age of 61. She died peaceful- rounded by her loving family. Cremation has taken place and local services to celebrate her life are pending. =============================== :.~ :, :+x :~::,r :.: .:::;:: :;: ::::: :-- • ..... " t t I I | q I | i q at her home in Seattle while sur- .unteers ay important SUBMITTED PHOTO , i The Yellowstone Valley Trailblazers include, from left, Michael Jepsen, Dwight I Thiessen, Diana Thiessen, Mark Tombre, Melody Tombre, Jessica Thiessen, Hannah Jepsen, Damien Tombre, Clara Jepsen, Greg Arneson, Sara Tombre, LaMae Arneson, Sandi Jepsen and Mark Arneson. The club made the sign out of steel and rebar for its. : E DENNIS So if you are complaining about the direction community service project. The flower bed was the club's 2002 community service proj- : our youth seem to be taking, take charge, volun- ect. i mine is always lecturing me on vol- teer for the Boys and Girls Club or mentor an at,- She says that my volunteering is allow- risk youth. Complaining because there isnt donate to community : : to be a slacker, enough police officers to go around? Take respon- roadside garbage, she says 1 am sibility for your safety, and include your neigh- Yellowstone Valley Trailblaz- ect to benefit the Savage corn- making latches for the swine and i maid to some lazy slob. If I were to boys, by joining Neighborhood Watch. A few ers has made it a practice to do a munity, sheep barns at the fairgrounds, : a troubled youth she would say I was hours a week multiplied by the number of volun- yearly community service proj- Members have done projectsmaking flower boxes for around e work the child's parent should be doing, teers can add up to a big difference in our commu- such as painting and carpeting the city, making a sign for the : ;orne ways she is right, but my not picking nity. Richland County is already a good place to 'is not going to make the slob's of this live, but by taking responsibility together, we can Farmhands the Savage Community Center, Savage Community Center and : Optossing it out. And nowadays even the make it a great place, planting trees and makingmany others, i ring parents can need extra help with their Call RSVP at 433-6946 or see us at 124 South hold meeting benches for the Savage park, 1 • Central, Sidney, and check out our volunteer BY JAYCEE SEARER g the buck, looking the other way and say- opportunities. Or stop by our Fair booth in the Clubreporter 1 ts not our problem" just does t cut it any- agricultural building to acquire our varied book- The Brorson Farmhands held j i /e cannot continue to complhin about the lets onpersonalsafety, disaster preparedness and its July meeting on July l3 at the ~ ChiropracticI II he World, ooint the finger at who is to health issues, then you can enter our drawing. VFW. i and then waik away - absolving ourselves Congratulations go to Mildred Delaney, Fairview, Chad Albin called the meeting responsibility. Whether or not you directly who won a motion sensor yard light when she to order and the pledges were ~Clink I 11: te, if you are not part of the solution, you entered the Neighborhood Watch drawing at the said by Wade and Wacey ! of the problem. Old Timer's Reunion in Fairview. McMillen. i Roll call was taken and the Police beat asked.Withy°ursummerbreak?"was t OBP n2. ;Fr The secretary's report was "Year-old male was arrested July 10 and year-old male were arrested, processed and given and approved. Old busi- 'Rh misdemeanor theft in connection released to their parents, hess was the Tri-County Sewing | 27 theft report of jewelry stolen out of • There was a theft report on July 13 at 3:30 a.m. Camp. i. I I parked on the 300 block of Eighth on the 900 block of 14th Street S.W, A 1991 New business discussed was 'E. Hewascitedandreleasedtohispar- Oldsmobilewasstolenwithaquartertankofgas the4-Hentriesdeadline, the 12222ndAve. SW, Sidney.433_47572TollFrool.866.433.47571~ in the tank. It was stolen sometime after 11 p.m. junior trip in August and doingI I Y 16, a 14-year-old female was charged July 12. The car was valued at $1,000. It was emeanor theft. The value of the jewelry located on July 13 at 11:30 a.m. in a ditch near the concessions for an auction in and the damage to the vehicle is $160. river in Dawson County. September. seeking additional charges on another ° On July 14, a resident reported seeing someone There will be no August meet- . . runningarotmd a home at 12:57 p.m. A 15-year- ing because of the fair. The at6:20 p m, a Sidney resident com- old male was cited for possession of intoxicating meeting ' adjourned and p _ indbws had been broken out of substances under the age of 21. He was release, d snacks were emen. o 9-year-old males were charged and to his father. their parents ° On July 14 at 5 a.m., an employee at the Sidney Y 11 at 10:30p.m.,Alexis Mavity, 19, Health Center reported someone had broken into a vo u pp||aI, o Elias Kleninsisser, 19, Sidney, and 2000 Chrysler taking an overnight bag containing 20, Lambert, were charged withprescriptions valued at $200. The damage to the Good selection will be there from 2 to 5 p.m,, Treatments of .... • Sport & Work Injuries • Accidents • Other Pain Conditions POssession of intoxicating substances vehicle was $400. age of 21. They were cited and given • Austin Lee Swisse, 22, Sidney, was arrested on July 14 at 3:15 p.m. on a warrant issued out of Sid- 12 at 6:45 p.m., a Sidney resident hey City Court April 4 for failure to make pay- that had been broken on the merits. He was incarcerated. on July 11 • On July 16at 1:45 a.m., Kyla Marie Netzer, 18, $96. and a 17-year-old female were arrested for posses- to another call, an officer sion of intoxicating substances under the age of out after curfew at 1 a.m. Two 21. They were released to their parents. males, a 15-year-old male and a 16- • Washers• Dryers • Stoves• Refrigerators • Freezers, Dishwashers • Microwaves Starting at $25 SIDNEY ELECTRIC 111 Main • 43: -201 come help him celebrate. Mom (Irene) The Lazy Three-W Dennis & Karen; Vonnie, William; Will, Justin, Tandi, Heidi Dee Ann & Fred Sifuentes; Linde & Jen, Lacey & Darcy, Lico, Leigh Ann Lee Roy & Charity; Joshua, Jerrit, Jeremy I Begins Monday, July 28 Group of Ladies Western Jeans ~h h ¸¸¸¸¸¸¸5 / ~: all styles =k :ial prices on selection of Selection of Giftware "L-O.T. H .]. E - 1555 S. Central, Sidney, across from McDonalds • 433.3025 I Buy like the dealers... At MonDak Ford's wholesale to the public event. Check out these unbelievable wholesale prices! NADA Retail Wholesale 2002 Ford F250 Lariat 4x4 Crew Cab Diesel $32,150.00 $28,150.00 2001 Ford F350 XLT 4x4 Long Box Diesel $31,025.00 $26,525.00 2000 Ford F350 Lariat 4x4 Crew Cab Diesel $28,450.00$23,675.00 2000 Ford Expedition XLT 4x4 Loaded $22,200.00$19,150.00 1999 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4x4 Loaded $18,925.00$15,950.00 2000 Ford Mustang Convertible Fun $14,125.00$11,900.00 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis Leather Loaded $13,625.00$11,225.00 1999 Ford Taurus 24 Valve V-6 $ 6,900.00$ 5,225.00 1991 Ford Aerostar AWD $ 2,475.00$1,725.00 Don't miss this opportunity, first come first serve basis. So hurry into MonDak Ford for your best selection. NO DEALERS PLEASE! 2004 models will be arriving soon and we need the space!!! @ertified Dealer not responsible for misprints. Sale prices for a limited time only. 215 E. Main, Sidney • 433-1810 • 1-800-482-1810