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10A-Succlay, July 27, 20(X3 ona-E BY FRANCES STEPPLER Correspondent Mary Tolksdorf had dinner Saturday in Sidney with her son Jerry and Linda Fisher, Billings, who were enroute to Dickinson, N.D., to visit Linda's sister. From there they traveled to Rochester, Minn., for Linda's medical checkup. Another oil rig went up in the Elmdale area. Drilling is in process. A warning to drivers as there is a lot of dust on these county roads. Be careful! My son Robert, Seattle, spent the past week in California attending a seminar for the deaf and blind. He and his seeing eye dog visited his cousin Debbie (Bidegaray) and Phyllys Berry and chil- dren for a few days while there. Former residents attending the Elmdale Reunion July 12-13 from away were from Oregon, Wash- ington, Alaska, Nebraska, North and South Dako- ta and from different parts of Montana. Harry Foss was an overnight medical patient in the Roosevelt Memorial Hospital in Culbertson Friday night. His daughter, Cyndy Panasuk, stayed with him during the night. Former residents who were patients in the Sid- ney Health Center were Marie Childers, Fairview, and Mel Rauschendorfer, Sidney. They have both been discharged and are at home. Ed and Jolene Amestoy and children, Malta, spent the last weekend with Ed's parents, Charlie and Elaine Amestoy. Sunday visitors were Don and Julie Prevost, Sidney. They all attended the Elmdale Reunion. Charlie and his grandson, Scott Amestoy, accompanied Phillip Banyoi, Dickin- son, N.D., furnishing the music Saturday after- noon. Mike and Jamie Frost, and children, Missoula, spent the past two weeks with Jamie's parents, Johnny and Marguerite Ruffatto. Johnny and Mar- guerite's five daughters made a trip to Regina, Sask., Wednesday night and Thursday for their first get-together for many years. Serving the MonDak area since 1908 II le news Libby Frost, Missoula, was a guest of her cousin, Kendra Steppler, a few days last week. Here visiting Blanch Keller were her children; Arther and Sue Keller, Martha and Ran Mogal, all of York, Neb., Marilyn Petrik and her daughter-in- law and son, Gracie Petrik and Curtis, Plenty- wood, and Leroy Keller, Sidney. They all attended the Elmdale Reunion. Kayla Crutcher, daughter of Lisa (Carda) and Sam Crutcher, Murry, Ky., spent July 6 through the 18 visiting her grandfather, Frank Carda, and all of her aunts, uncles and cousins. Weekend guests of Jenny and Kelly Vaira's were Jenny's parents, Ran and Margie Litzen, Custer, S.D., and their grandsons, Christan and Nickolas Gill, Alaska, and Neil Litzen and brother, Rapid City, S.D. Mellissa Turnbull was the lucky winner of the quilt raffle by the Mona Homemakers Club. Paul and Louise Spencer, Oregon, visited Perry and Bev Partin, North Sidney, a few days before coming to the Elmdale Hall to attend the reunion. Jason Vaira, Bozeman, arrived at the home of his parents, Larry and Kathy Vaira, to attend his grandparents Jim and Margaret Vaira's 55th wed- ding anniversary. Mike and Mary Irigoin, Ryan and Tanner trav- eled to Miles City Saturday to watch their son Tyler play on the Sidney team at the baseball tour- nament. Maybelle, Schow Golphenee and son Lyn Stiles, Violet Golphenee and daughter Janet Evans, Van- couver, Wash., visited their brother and uncle Vir- gil Schow at the Sidney Extended Care Center, their sister-in-law, Amy Schow, and other relatives in the area. Kathy Irigoin took her daughter Jacqueline to Billings where she had a medical appointment. Kathy's sister Michel Certain, Miles City, accom- panied them. Lambert news garet's sister, l ary Dignan, Bowbells, N.D., surprised them when she arrived for the occa- sion. JoAnn Oakland was dis- charged from the Deaconess Hospital in Billings, Wednesday. She spent a few days with her niece, Fredricks Gelji, before coming to her home in Lambert. Mike Irigoin and boys and his mother, Betty Irigoin, made a trip to Billings last Sunday to take his son Ryan to a basketball camp. They visited his sister, Diana Branstetler, Laurel, and her daughter Nicole and Scott BY FRANCES STEPPLER Correspondent Nancy Brandt returned from Great Falls where she spent June 9 through the 27 taking classes in library endorsement. Kathy Vaira and her sister, Mary Irigoin, spent a few lays in Osage, Iowa, visiting their parents, Keith and Marilyn Sul- livan, and their brothers, sister and other relatives. They #lso attended the Schweiger Reunion. Cal and Jane Steppler and their daughter, Sharon Thonsen, Billings, returned home from area Iowa and Minneapolis, Minn., Edwards and daughter Tammie where they visited Cai's ece and Dan Mason and girls, Betty and Dale Burke, their ons Billings. and their families and withtheir Anton Ververks, Richey, granddaughter, Shannon Step- returned from attending the Spe- pier. cial Olympics in Dublin, Ire- Many friends and relatives land. He is the world champion attended the 55th wedding in the 1500 meter runner and anniversary for Jim and Mar- won a gold medal for that and a garet Vaira. All of their children silver medal for the 800 meter were here for the occasion. Mar- race. He is the son of Larry and Roxie Ververks, Richey, and the grandson of Mary Ververks and Summer Reading at Homestead Books Regional book authors with new releases include Full Moon Inheritance by Jacqueline Elliot. Jacqueline hails from Fairview, and scored a popular hit with her first book, Shadows in the Fire. Both books are avail- able @ 12.95 & 13.95 each. Horse Tales explores the special relationship between children & their horses by Rev. M. J. Nicolaus of Ronan, who has family in the Sidney area. The Elegant Gathering of White Snows by Kris Radish is an interesting story of a group of friends who collectively leave their small town lives on a journey of discovery that differs for each woman @ 10. In The Sunday Wife by Cassandra King, a preacher's wife is challenged to break free from her traditional role. Tragedy occurs, providing the catalyst for change in ways she never could have imagined @ 14. Atidns diet books, cook- books, supplements and selected food items are avail- able. Homestead Books & Vitamins is open Monday thru Saturday 9 to 5:30 p.m. and is located above the Homestead Apparel and South 40 Restaurant, Lounge & Casino. Special orders and inquiries can be made at 482-5571, toll free (800) 788-4419 or at Enjoy Fair Week! Stop in to the Homestead and get in I on the great lt2 Price Clearan Sale on all Spring & inventory, starts Wed. July 30! Stay for or dinner and enjoy r of the ~9 !11II11;1~ of Our famous soup & .salad bar. , nephew of Nancy Brandt, Lam- bert. Tammy Runyan visited her parents, Marcie and Roger Williams, Lambert, a few days last week. Members of the Three Buttes 4-H Club and their parents spent Wednesday night in Medora, N.D. They camped out and attended the musical. They all returned home Thursday. The children of the Late Adolph and Kari Strand gath- ered with their families for a Strand Reunion at Big Sky over the Fourth of July weekend. Attending were Leonard and Emma Strand and Audrey Ruf- fatto from this area. They joined their sisters, Greta Murphy, Wis- consin, Merle and Tom Burgess, Oregon, Barbara Taft, Kalispel, their families and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Allan Larson was a guest and accompanied Butch Candee on a hauling trip in his semi. They returned Friday. face only a mothe i During the Richland County Fair go to the Waddell & Reed booth in the commercial build- ing and VOTE in "the face onl, a mother can love baby photo contest!!" '1 Baby photos are being supplied by the Sidney Volunteer Firemen and boy are they cutel!! All Proceeds will benefit the Sidney Volunteer Fire Department W REDELL ED Investing with a planTM Sponsored by Kristine Voomee , Financial Advisor 501 Park Drive South, Suite 200 Great Falls, MT 59405 406.761.8888 ext 115 THE AT LONE TREE CREEK l l l Alton Ray of Cabin Creek Gallery presents print from the Sidney Soccer Association's print to help raise funds for soccer equipment. ag council HELENA, MT - The Montana Agriculture Development Council will meet in Sidney on August 12-13, 2003, to review Growth Through Agriculture program applications and to conduct site visits of GTA-financed projects in northeast- ern Montana. GTA provides funding through investments and loans that assist Montana agribusinesses to devel- op agricultural ventures and market value-added agricultural products. The Montana Agriculture Development Council oversees the GTA program. The five-member council is comprised of farmers, ranchers and agri- cultural business people, as well as the directors of the Montana Department of Agriculture and the Montana Department of Commerce. Producer and Adarsh Gupta of Canny Over- seas Private LTD, an interna- tional commodities trader and pulse-marketing expert from New Delhi, India, will be pre- senting two public meetings on Thursday. The first one is in Scobey at 10 a.m. at the Nemont Friendship room, and the second is in Poplar at 6 p.m. at the American Legion. Canny Overseas Private is a multi-faceted company engaged in international trading of agri- cultural commodities, manage- ment consultancy, event organiz- PHOTO BY LIBBY Mike Jacobson with the Nancy raffle. Cabin Creek Gallery donated' meet in industry representatives are: ney, chair; Earl Bricker of Moore, Robert Hanson of White Sulphur Cottom of Dillon; and Larry Barber Creek. During the Aug. 13 meeting at the Plains Ag Research Laboratory, the hear presentations from individuals mitted proposals to the GTA program 31, 2003, deadline. The council's quarterly meetings are ferent locations around the state. The project application deadline is Oct. 31, more information contact the Montana ment of Agriculture at 406-444-2402 or by! at ers and facilitators and service providers. Gupta has a team of well-qual- ified and experienced profes- sionals on the panel to assist clients in areas such as sanitary and phyto-sanitary related mat- ters, resolving disputes arising from delayed or wrong ship- ments, non-payments and any other breach of contract feasibil- ity studies and market reports. Gupta will do two presenta- tions in the area on market potential for pulse products. Highlights include: current tim & Brenda Propp along with Richard & Vicki Dishon invite friends &family to a Wedding Reception & Dance for Sierra (Propp) & Russel Dishon Fri., August 1, 7:30 p.m. Triangle Nite Club 3"1 wedding Come Home to'7 Locke! 1015 7th Ave SW Sidney, MT Phone: (406) 488-4682 international market and trends, shipping India, international dards and grading international contract dispute resolution potential for a local facility and availability' an investment in such a price quotes/offers, and tial contracts for production and tracts for future Attention all boys grades 1-5. The Scouts Pack 143 is District Cub Scout Day Aug. 13, 2003, at the Trap Club. every boy . dive, Lambert, Savage ney schools in those You do not have to Scout to come to the you are interested in and want to learn more good have several tions the boys will boys will encounter from crafts, BB archery to dry land boat The cost for the $15 if you currently enrolled as Scout, the cost for don is only $7.50. all supplies and a shirt. Space be call early for Contact Arlys Daleske. or Jody Christensen for more information. Thank A grateful THANK the Sidney Department for promptness and fire under control A special thank Kathie and Butch loving concern 8, Ra/ph Norby