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$~f~f~ in accessories with purchase of 2003 Sportsman 700 Through July 31., While they last. 4A-Sunday, July 27, 2003 ] We would like to thank our children and grandchildren for all the work they did for our 55th Anniversary party. We would also like to thank all our relatives, ' neighbors and friends for the gifts, cards. phone calls and your presence at ourparty. Without you, it wouldn't have been Serving the MonDak area since 1908 area )rm J(m Stemkoski's Celebrant ~, such a great time! ~: Singers and Orchestra, an inter- I~'~ ii nationally-known Christian 1 ,o Love, singing group, will present a L Jim" and Margaret Vaira" " ,~: community-wide service of con- ,~,,~_~ r temporary music Aug. 7 at 7 p.m. at the Faith Alliance Church, Sidney. Celebrant Singers have taken the gospel message around the world from the United States and Canada to the far reaches of India and the Orient - from trou- bled Central America through all parts of Europe. And now they're coming to Sidney. Composed of 10 singers and a 12-piece orchestra, they present a musical "praise celebration," featuring contemporary choral sounds with a live orchestra The Celebrant Singers and Orchestra will perform at Faith Alliance combined with personal witness and prayer. It's an event for the " m i -,=, m mm m 1 1 whole family. E n g a g e m e n t s There is no admission cost. Sidney Ill IIII I Ill l SMOOTH RIDE. POWERFUL DEALS SPORTSMAN 70C Most powerful, smoothest-riding On-Demand all-wheel drive with 4x4 you can buy, now with a on/off switch bold new look Industry-leading 11.25" of ground Powerful Polaris 700 even-firing clearance and 1500 lb, towing parallel twin engine capacity Smooth-riding, independent rear POLl:IRIS. suspension with 9.5" of travel 11,,, o,,,. [ Cenex Polaris Sidney | 1281 S Cel~tral Sidney 433-1401 i| Mon.-Sun. 6 a.m.-'9 p.m. ~*0~ ~ 06~1103-07/31103 on your Polaris StarCard, subject to credit approval. Max finance amount $10,000, $3( !11 mtnimlgn monthly paymont plus debt cencellatlen fees, ~f applicable, and a Reduced Rate 3.9% APR effective on these I !| purehaaes for 24 months from date of purchase if your Account is kept current. The number of months you will pay and | lthe amount of your total minimum payment due will depend on additional 0urohases and your Account balances. | | Standard Rate APR 17.9% For Accounts not kept current, the Default Rate 21.9% APR will apply, Min Finance Charge | | $2.00. Warning: ATVs can be hazardous to operate. ATVs with engine sizes larger than 90 cc may not be ridden by any- | /one und~ 16 years of age. Always wear a helmet and be sure to take a training course. For safely and training infor-| , malkm, see your Polaris dealer or cell 1.800442-3764. 2003 Potads Sales Inc The MonDak Humane Society introduces... Tufty. Tufty is a 3-years-old, male purebred Springer Spaniel. Tufty would do best with a large yard to run in and he would love to be a hunting dog for someone who has a little time to work with him. Tufty will need to be neutered just as soon as he's adopted. If you can give Tufty a new and loving home, please call and leave a message at 1-406-433-PETS. We'//return your ca//and help to arrange a meeting. You may also email us at motldakh~~com C~ff U~,~O~lt on the webi at w~,m~anesociety.ot~: ALSO~LABLE FOR~O~TION: :::: :: 4, 6.week-ot i!*i :i *2, 6.month-:~ lab/~i::i(1 male, I female) ....... i ::i>: .......... *female; speyed white cat with lJlue eyes :': : .......... : : .......... r :': : of our subscribers receive their paper in satisfactory manner. If you are part of .2% that has not received your paper, in ood condition or th location that you desire, please call us at I II I [] Burgee-Bostrom Michael and Debbie Burgee, Dupree, S.D., announce the engage- ment of their daughter, JoLynn Burgee, to Dustin Bostrom, son of Keith and Paula Bostrom, Sidney. JoLynn graduated from Dupree High School in 1997 and South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, Rapid City, S.D., in 2002. She is a social worker for the state of South Dakota. Dustin gradu- ated from Sidney High School in 1994 and Minot State University, Minot, N.D., in 2000. He is a correctional officer for Pennington County. An Oct. 4, 2004, wedding is planned in Rapid City, S.D. JoLynn and Dustin Huska-Faulkner Regenold and Donna Huska, Mitchell, S.D., announce the engagement of their daughter, Angie Huska, t9 Mitch Faulkner, son of Dean and Sandy Faulkner, Sidney. Angie has a bachelor of science degree from Minnesota State University-Moorhead. She works at the Fremont County Attor- ney's Office in Lander, Wyo. Mitch has a master of science degree from North Dakota State University. He works for the Bureau of Land Management in Lander, Wyo. An Aug. 16, 2003, wedding is planned in Mitchell, S.D. Angle Huska and Mitch Pella Lutheran Church, Sidney, will have Vaca- tion Day Camp on Aug. 4-8. All children age 4 through sixth grade are wel- COllie. There is no charge. Call Pella with questions at 433-3350. Luthera~ CELLULARON ~,,,:mrize,I rr, ,,,~r t~,,I,,r 2030 W Holly Street 488 2355 Sidney Public Library Visit our sponsors at SidneY120 E Follow the links to their websites: 120 3rd Ave. 433-3500 7 Joel RadioShack. 115 2nd Ave. NE 433-4370 Richland EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY HW 16 NW of Sidney 433-CARS (2277) 315 2nd St Insurance Agency 433-1411 114 2nd Ave. SE State of Montana Job Service 211 N Central Ave. 433-1204 Sidney 482-1402 216 120 2nd Ave. SW Sidney 482-4480 Cenex Harvest States we grow va~ = Sidney