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Serving the MonDak area sin 1908 e arnln ecomln "i:iiii~ PHOTO BY SILL VANDER WEELE Sidney High School's homecoming include queen candidates, from left, Ashley Taylor, Kali Lechner, , Amy Fullmer and Kendra Kallevig; king candidates, Scotty Huft, Gary Melby, Josh Kringen, Alex and Seen McGough Lber as young kids schools sounds of the see all the horses ears drive by for the parade. lorget seeing dressed up in gowns" with sitting next to wave to us from As little it seemed noth- a dream, as we we'd ever grow chance to experi- and excitement for ourselves. ]ng is one of the of the year that forward to, not Students but for the It gtves us break monotonous first Treatments of .... • Sport & Work Injuries • Accidents • Other Pain Conditions Ashlee Anvik School Reporter dents to be involved in are the "dress up days." This creates some variety and helps to make the week go by a little faster. Students will be given a chance to express cre- ativity and individuality accord- ing to the theme of each day. "We never thought we'd many ever grow up and get the that take place chance to experience all "Oming. the fun and excitement of track team willhomecoming for our- Puff Football selves." Chance for girls to talent and, of ~atural abilities to On Monday, students will break game will tea- out their leather jackets and tight girls versus the pants for "biker day." On Tues- of Sidney High day, we will all become waiters event will takeand waitresses of our favorite y, 7 p.m. at restaurants in"restaurantday." Field. Tickets Also don't forget, our Sidney ',tivity ticket and Girls Volleyball team will be will go competing with the Plentywood equipment for the Lady Wildcats at 7 p.m. Every- team. They will"one needs to go and cheer Our ; 50/50 tickets for a girls on! Wednesday, the theme certificates, is the famous "wacky Wednes- two and $2 for day." Thursday we will all forget a good night for to wake up early (nothing new and tough for most of us) and wear our favorite pajamas, and Friday, we cot31 thing for stu- will show our school spirit with Aut0fIi'uck Repair & Refinishing • All Makes & Models • Fiberglass Repair/Refinish • Glass Repair & Replacement • Frame Straightening .Customizing/Accessories • Computerized Estimating • Computerized paint Mixing System • Classic Car Restoration • PPG Lifetime Paint Warranty ,Secured Indoor Vehicle Storage Sidney 1st Choice believes that quality and service are always the first and last thing a customer remembers. at Penn State | I B m i m n m m m m m 205 N. Central m m nday Sept 29 --- "'-" , • I we'll be at Pigskin Picks Football Contest 482-1481 electronics inc. "maroon and white day." of Sidney should be sitting in the On Thursday, the annual coro- stands of Swanson Field while nation of homecoming royalty our Sidney Eagles take on the will take place in the Sidney Colstrip Colts; probably not a High School gym at 7 p.m. game any of you want to miss. Aside from the crowning ofSo bring your blankets and your homecoming king and queen,pom poms and go cheer on the there are a few other events that boys. Then on Saturday, to end take place, such as the senior the week, there will be a home- boys' dance. Girls aren't the coming dance for the high only ones with natural abilities school students held at 9 p.m. in to perform in pretty pink leo- the Central gym. tards. If you don't come to any- With all these events going on thing else, you definitely this weekend, there should be no shouldn't miss that. excuse for you to say you were Friday, don't miss the home- bored. So I hope everyone has a coming parade at 2:30 p.m. At 7 tun week and go(xl luck to the p.m. that night, the whole town Eagles! Representing BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD of Montana Geo. e. Swenson Blinda Larsen 488-4366 "An Independent Licensee of the Blue Cross/Blue Shield Association" 202 - 3rd Ave. N.W., Sidney Hours: 9-11 & 2-4 M-F ฎ Register Marks of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Agent is independent of Blue Association, as association of independent Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Cross and Blue Shield Plans ฉ 1998 Blue Cross and Montana, and offers its products Blue Shield of Montana only in the State of Montana "Video Systems for your Vehicle" *See store for details, many styles to choose from. 2030 West Holly, Sld~ey (Across from Fairgrounds) 9 am- S:30 pm M-F • 9 am- 1 pm Sat, 15, Dallas at N.Y. Jets 1 • www.redlineaudio.com i~::,: ::~;~ o, R s c • v. 5. Circle/Richey vs. Terry 115 2nd Ave. NE, Sidney • 433-4370 Lunch menus Sidney & Rau and milk. Monday - Chicken in gravy over Wednesday - Hot dog or chili whipped potatoes, peaches and roll. dog, au gratin potatoes, peas, cook- Tuesday - Barbecue pork riblet ie and milk. on bun with pickles, french fries and Thursday - Taco salad, banana, pineapple, assorted muffins and milk. Wednesday - Scrambled eggs, Friday - Waffle sticks, sausage toast, hashbrowns and applesauce, links, oranges, juice and milk. Thursday - Hamburger gravy Riebey over whipped potatoes, green beans Monday - Chicken strips, gems, and roll. applesauce, bread and butter. Friday - Chicken noodle soup, Tuesday - Turkey noodle soup, peanut butter and jelly sandwich, grilled cheese sandwiches, pickles, Lambert crackers and fruit cocktail. Monday - Tater tot hot dish,Wednesday-Taco salad, pretzels salad, bread, applesauce and milk. with cheese, pineapple and brown- Tuesday - Personal pizza, chips, ies. celery/carrots, rice krispy bar and Thursday- Waffles, ham patties, milk. hashbrowns and pears. Wednesday - Hot dog, baked Friday- Slushburgers, jojo's and beans, potato salad, chocolate chip peaches. cookie and milk. Savage (breakfast) Thursday - Goulash, corn, bread- Monday - Cereal, toast, asst. juice sticks, brownies and milk. and milk. Friday - Super nacho, fresh veg- Tuesday - Granola bar, peaches gies, grapes and milk. and milk. East Fairview Wednesday - Cereal, toast, apple Monday - Hot ham and cheese,juice and milk. sandwich, chips, apple, fruit snack Thursday - Eggs, ham, toast, and milk. orange wedges and milk. Tuesday - Lasagna, tossed salad, Friday - Fruit strudel, toast, fruit peaches, garlic toast and milk. cocktail and milk. Wednesday - Meatballs, bakedSavage (lunch) potatoes, cream corn, bun and milk. Monday - Spaghetti weiner, Thursday - Chicken burger, green beans, pears, bread and milk. gems, oranges, dessert and milk. Tuesday - Chicken ala king/bis- Friday - Dinosaur pasta, chicken cuits, peas, fruit cocktail, cookie nuggets, fruit salad, raw vegetables and milk. and milk. Wednesday - Taco, com, apple- Fairview sauce and milk. Monday - Chicken nuggets, mac- Thursday - Grilled cheese, toma- aroni salad, chilled fruit cocktail, to soup, peaches and milk. bread and milk. Friday - Hamburgers/bun, french Tuesday - Chili with crackers, fries, pineapple and milk. carrots, applesauce, cinnamon roll Yellowstone ! Physicals Available C iropractic Physician Open Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-6 p.m 222 2nd Ave SW, Sidney • 433-4757 ฐ Toll Free 110 S. 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