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Serving the MonDak area since 1908 Sunday, Sept 21, Obituaries Ann Taylor Burial for Sidney, former- at 11 a.m., Sat- 2003, at the St. Church, Father Greg Ned Shin- by Gary and Jeanne were her orary casket- Ann's many Ushers were Wake 8 p.m., Friday, the Fulkerson Cremation under the Funeral in Glen- )13, to Jack and They had to the United of Odessa, three brothers her schooling in father died 12 years old and to help As her first for the While going to jobs and experi- such as work at and in the marriage to in 1931. They Ann Taylor helping any way that she could. After her retirement from the bar, she kept very busy with her yardwork. Garden and flowers kept her hopping in the summer, but she still managed time to bake her own bread and always had cookies or some other good- ie to offer anyone who stopped by. She is famous for her pies, .especially apple. Anytime there a potluck or bake sale she always contributed generously. In fact, recently a woman from Richey told her they sure missed all her good cooking now. She had some time for travel- ing. A trip to Louisana gave her a chance to see several different states. While there she also went through Alabama to Florida where a granddaughter lived at the lime. She took the train from who died Loqisiana to California where daughter. The Cecile and family lived. She had had a dairy made other trips to California as so she kept well. She loved playing dupli- With the family. t the J.C. Penney department. a commission Usually topped in sales. having been Cecil Tay- March of 1945, Richey where Four children this union, two two sons. Shortly Richey she ran Lena Long loved to play With her "card had very Worked at the Richey when was the lat, she was to: re0pefl Cafe food tin the area; her pies were in come in type of pies COmpany com- care bridge while at Thousand Oakg. The last few years, med- ical problems kept her from doing a lot of traveling, but did nothing to stem her enthusiasm for cooking or playing cards. She moved to Crestwood Inn and continued her baking and cooking skills, as well as her card playing. Ann died Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2003, at the Sidney Health Cen- ter Extended Care facility, Sid- ney. Ann is survived by her daugh- ters, Joylyn (Burton) Berg, Billings, Phyllis (Garry) Slabaugh, Sidney, and Cecile (Ron) Butkay, Temecula, Calif; son, Burton (Bud) Taylor, Billings; 13 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; four great- great grandchil,clren; p e, i slgr and two brothers; and numerous nieces and nephews. ' She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Cecil; two sons, Erwin Atwood, infant, and Ron Taylor; and a brother and three sisters. for small town were calling Funeral services for Lillian E. Lindblom, 78, Sidney, were at 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 20, 2003, at the Sidney Lutheran Brethren Church, with Pastor Bruce Val- levik officiating. Music was pro- vided by Linda Bergstedt. Casketbearers were Kirby Dasinger, Gordon Torgerson, Brad Lindblom, Dick Goss, Kermit Erickson and Byron Sunwall. Honorary casketbear- ers were Sidney Hospice and her close friends. Ushers were Ray- mond Qualley, Dean Oakland and Stanley Dreyer. Interment was in the Sidney Cemetery, under the direction of Fulkerson Funeral Home, Sidney. Lillian Elaine (Kvamsdale) Lindblom was born in Swea City, Iowa, on Jan. 21, 1925, to parents Ole and Alma Rosalie (Moline) Kvamsdale. Lillian attended school in Swea City, Iowa, and graduated from high school in Swea City in 1942. In the fall of 1942, she enrolled at Waldorf Junior College at Forest City, Iowa, to prepare to be an elementary teacher. She graduated from Waldorf in the spring of 1944, and began teaching in the third grade in Ledyard, Iowa, that fall. She spent the next year at home to help on the farm when her broth- er left to serve in the Navy. Fol- lowing another year of teaching in Ledyard, she enrolled at the Lutheran Bible Institute in Min- neapolis. While a student at Waldorf, she sensed a call to mission work in South America, so she enrolled for Bible training. While in Minneapolis she became familiar with the work being done in Bolivia and the need for teachers for the mis- sionary children there. As anoth- er teacher friend from Swea City had been requested to plan to leave in the fall, they were com- missioned together on Sept. 18, 1949, to leave as soon as they could get ready. They flew from Dallas, Texas, on Nov. 6, reach- ing LaPaz, Bolivia, on Nov. 8, beginning work with the World Mission Prayer League. Lillian was appointed to teach on Coaba Farm, a farm operated by the mission, about 90 miles northwest of LaPaz. There was an orphanage there, and later a Bible School. The children there were primary age. Lillian taught four school years before her first furlough in 1953-54. She traveled on depu- National Farm SAFETY AND HEALTH WEEK September 21- 27 her if she to Califor- years. Many about those said when I say heavy hand. She to enjoy language or the door and Lgain. meant business get out. time you could cribbage or Whomever was 1977, and she the bar for her 65th in July 1978, so a daugh- over the 1978. She kept pot though, spayed black/ab that is looking for a new home where run. Kota dogs, cats. If loving a with her. ema//us at )ur /~'.:~ :::::::::::::::::::::::::: .... The cost of a college degree when today's newborn reaches college age could exceed $200,000 at private universities and $80,000 at public institutions.* -U.S. Department of Education Are you prepared for the e I can show you several ways to save for higher education expenses, including: ! A tax-free 529 savings plan** | Coverdell education savings accounts (formerly Education IRAs) | Custodial accounts (UGMA/UTMA) " Includes tuition, fees, room and board. Assumes a 5 percent rate of infl=ion. "* Withdrawals for qualified higher education expenses, Call or stop by today. Nick Lonski Enid Huotad Jerry Hughes Investment Investment Investment Representative Representative Representative 1155 S. CenValAve. 203 N. CentralAve. 322 S. CentralAve. Sidney, MT 59270 Sidney, MT 59270 Sidney, MT 59270 433-3600 433-7788 433-7777 1-877-433-3600 1-866-433-7799 1.800441-7793 www.edwardjones.com Member SIPC Edward Jones Serving lndividmd lnvuton Since x87a Lillian Lindblom Lillian Lindblom tation while on furlough. Upon her return to Bolivia she returned to Coaba to teach in the orphanage school, but the fol- lowing year she was needed in LaPaz to help with children's work and youth work. Following an illness of hepatitis she had to take an early furlough in 1957. Once again there was an open- ing in Ledyard, so after summer school she returned to teaching. In the spring it was determined that her health would permit her return to Bolivia. In planning her trip back to Bolivia, it was possible to include a trip to Norway to meet her father's family as he was going to be over there also. This time her assignment on the field was different, as it was to take over the management of the mission bookstore in LaPaz. The manager was going on fur- lough and she had also been the mission treasurer and bookkeep- er, so that was also included. In 1968, when furlough time was due, she planned a trip down through Chile, over to Argentina and Uruguay, and they back to Bolivia, all of this by train. A missionary lady returning from furlough accom- panied her. This furlough time was differ- ent, as she went to Mazatlan, Mexico, for a short term doing Bible Clubs in different parts of the city, and they returning to Swea City to prepare for her marriage on Jan. 4, 1969, to Stanley Lindblom, Plentywood, who had been in Bolivia for a short term of service with a mis- sionary chiropractor. Following the wedding they left for Laredo, Texas. They filled in at a school for the Blind in Nueva Laredo and taught Bible Clubs in Laredo and Richland County Fair & Rodeo is looking for a Board Member from the Fairview area. This person must be a resident of Richland County. We do have a job description for this position. Nueva Laredo, Mexico. In April 1970, they moved to Sidney, to set up a chiropractic practice. Lillian helped in the office as receptionist and bookkeeper. They were in practice from 1970 to 1992. Since retirement, Hospice work has been a main interest. Gardening, flowers and visita- tions have been other interests. She was a member of the Sidney Lutheran Brethren Church, attended Christian Women's Club, the Gideon Auxiliary and Christian Chiropractor's Auxil- iary. LiUian died Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2003, at the Sidney Health Center, Sidney. Lillian is survived by her hus- band Stanley; brother, Earl C. Kvamsdale; stepbrother, Arvin Ditsworth; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, Ole and Rose Kvamsdale, and stepbrother Wendell Ditsworth and stepsis- ter, Virginia Ditsworth. Thank You To our many friends and family who were there for us when we needed you most, during the loss of our much loved Dawnie. We love you & thank you cards, food, flowers, gifts, phone calls, hugs and prayers. May the heavenly Father bless each of you. 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