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Serving the MonDak area since 1908 Sunday, July 27, 2003-11A ' nel SUBMITTED PHOTO Fames, left, with editor Nancy Lohr. ROBINSON action, adventure, family issues and to touch teen audi- the nation, Sidney Catherine Farnes "The Slide," a sequel to novel, "Over the 14. ging read set It is positive in a negative. They are that can be completed Fames said. ts not afraid to tackle Slide', is a story about a learns to forgive her abandoning her years While on a backpacking m Montana. Fames at are neither nor preachy, to the love of God iveness as a lives and interper- of the read- to encourage teens to faith with God and to in their faith when are challeng- goal is to reach teens are looking for God Parallel the stories with T lives," Fames said. i of Fames books are in narrative format. ~ove quickly and the part of the sto- character evolution daces through the the character faces in stories are easy to and they are for Fames said. and I love husband and I in teen ministries 0 years. They have decisions to affect the rest of In 'The Slide' the Will remind teens of ggles to and accept God's lives," Fames said. Farnes speaks to Where they are and see the timeless ing," "The Rivers of Judah," "The Way of Escape" and "Over the Divide." "Snow" deals with finding sell:worth in the fact that we are all created by God. The main character is an albino who learns that if we were all the same, it would be boring. "Out of Hiding" is about a bit- ter girl who attempts to hide her pain from God. "The Rivers of Judah" is about learning to forgive. "The Way of Escape" is focused on finding peace in God even when life doesn't make sense. "Over the Divide" is a story about a teen who did not believe in God and then realizes God while on a backpacking adven- ture in the Beartooth Mountains. "All of my novels have a theme of overcoming personal and physical challenges in the beautiful settings in Montana. I get tan mail from kids in Florida that have never seen mountains and say that they feel like they have been here after reading the books," Fames said. Fames said she has more books in the makings. "I like writing and I love words. I have lots of stories and a big imagination. I start with the characters and the theme I want to communicate. 1 don't base my characters on any one person. I pull characteristics from lots of different people to create a well-rounded character. The details of the plot are the fun part," Fames said. BY ELLEN ROBINSON Herald-Leader There are 16 volunteers in the new neighborhood security patrol program organized by Sgt. A.J. Olson. "They will be wearing reflec- The security patrol volunteers will be .walking the neighbor- hoods during the late night and early morning hours. The secu- rity patrol was formed after a complaint of a prowler on April 24 at 5:30 a.m. There have beet) tor vests and will have fash- five similar incidences since lights. They will be working in 1998. pairs, and we are stil! looking We just need some additional for more volunteers, ' Sidney eyes and ears out there,' DiFon- , , , C hiefsaid, of Police Frank D iFonzo z o said. i ~',~ ~'~~~.~ l Mission, from page 1 I q I n ther peple in ther cultures and'hit with sticks" TheY ] J without taking into account the don t have bats and mitts and culture and different scopes," gloves, or any toys, Dale said. i Sandrasaid. Teaching the techniques to "% ~/*~""~ ! .t The people of Venezuela are help the workers is not an easy ] --~_ ~ :~,~ ~,~__.___._~,~.~ ~ ~1t~ not suspicious of people, but task. they do nottrust others due to a "It is difficult to teach these J ~~~ ~(~O/ff'j,. I life of inconsistencies and insta- workers to take leadership roles, bility, ownership and responsibility. A [ I I t f~ / ~ --~/ AVariety of Colors I "There is no method to the lot of mentoring and training | !~~] ____~ Facia Somt Installation| madness. The economy has went into teaching some of these | ~ "'*"~j' _~ Top Quality Material | moved from agriculture to oil. people to believe in them- | ~,___,~'-.fl ) -- --'(1 032Aluminum | The government owns the oil selves," Dale said. I Affordable Prices ......... m . . ,:'4 ~ ZO tJage ~[eel industry, which pays for the "The need is great," Sandra I $3 per foot for~utters | roads, and gas is cheap. Only 10 sa!d. ] s30 per dow. po t CALL 1-888-354-5233 I percent of the population has'The cost of living is very ] No extra charges for mileage, A~K .,IQQ 1111 [ vehicles, so they sometimes toll high. Groceries cost about 30 | comers, extensions, etc, ,,vuu--,w~o-.txxJt , ,| the roads. Many projects are left undone, like four lane highways that were not completed in sec- tions, or various other aban- doned projects like the canal system," Dale said. "For these people everyday is about surviving. It takes lots of patience and persistence, and remembering that anything is possible with the Lord. They have different values and priori- ties. They are happy. They are all about today and now because they have no expectations. The word is the only hope for these people; eternal life is very important because the current conditions are so bad. Kids there hit bottle caps with sticks percent more there. The govern- ment supplies electricity, run- ning water and roads. The area has lots of need. We live there and we can't even imagine the extent of need," Dale said. The Venezuela agricultural project the Savilles are working under is solely funded by per- sonal donations. "We visit the United States for two months every two years. We have visited friends, family and churches in Arizona, Missouri, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Idaho, Colorado, Nebraska, Indiana and Montana. We are going back on Aug. 15," Dale said. from page 1 of the sale. If it's the business' second offense, the business is cited. If offenses continue and continue, a business could lose its liquor license. Palmer said businesses are given notice the first time. They are informed both verbally and with a written letter. Palmer said one business owner was so con- cemned that he had the commit- tee help draft policies and rules for his business. Palmer believes the program Dick & Diana O'Connor and Eugene Jensen & Judith Hurley invite family and friends to the wedding ceremony of MaryLynn Marie O'Connor & Blaine Andrew Jensen Saturday, August 2 * 2 p.m. CT Bible. Once you o St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Vqillist.on, ND can't put her books [ ~,~. Reception to follow at the church. taidNancy Lohr, itor. Fames ~ Dance at El Rancho Hotel, Williston, ND, 8:30 p.m. CT. ,, nOVels by No local invitations being sent. 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No Plumbing or Permits Required All Digital Controls Reading Light Stereo Speakers Plush Set of Towels has helped cut down underage drinking, but he stresses parents must play a key role. "Our kids get faced with mak- ing decisions," Palmer said. "When youth make the deci- sions when impaired by alcohol, there's a better chance for an inappropriate decision." :NTERMATiC automatic night-light turns on when dark, off when light. E ~7 rubber/vinyl, brass coupling, a protective collar and a 7-year warranty. L~70 183B5 809 East Main, Sidney & 4 3-:M,00 iD lO,OOO BTU (AGVIOAD) reg. $399 Be Cool! Save Now! Be Cool! Save Nowl Be Cool! Save Now! Hard to Beat On Selection, Price & Service Since 1937 111 E. Main, Sidney * 433-2018 More than 100 sofas, loveseats and chair/ottomans in stock *Leather reclining sofa only S699.99 More than 20 reclining sofas and loveseats in stock Sleeper Spedal Leather Luxury Leather sofa and Ioveseat only '1199 on 2-Piooe set Lz-e ]L;'u 111 S. 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