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6A-Svn( y, Sept 2003 Serving the MonDak area since 1908 area Mona-Elmdale news BY FRANCES STEPPLER Correspondent Danny and Diane Sullivan and daughter Melanie and Dian's Uncle Bill Fenton, all of Osage, Iowa, arrived early Friday morn- ing at Danny's sister's place, Mary (Mike) lrigoin. They visit- ed Frances Steppler, were dinner guests of Danny's sister, Kathy (Larry) Vaira, and afternoon vis- itors of Cal and Jane Steppler. The Sullivan family and Bill Fenton wenton the Culbertson Wagon Train over Labor Day. They brought their horses. They returned to Iowa Monday after- noon. Patrick and Lanette Bidegaray and family made a trip to the Black Hills over Labor Day weekend. Toby Wix, Culbertson, and Scan Palmer, Sioux Pass, were guests of Michael Steppler to celebrate his belated birthday i i i I Sunday night and Monday. Clara Masie .and Bob Miller, Mauy from this area attended Spokane, Wash., arrived the Culbertson Wagon TrainWednesday to visit relatives in Labor Day weekend. Sidney, Fairview, Elmdale and Codi. Loni and Was Steppler Mona. They then traveled to left Sunday fi~r Bozeman where Great Falls to visit Robert's sis- they will attend MSU-Bozeman. tar before returning to Spokane. Claude Bidcgaray was a ned- Julie Prevost accompanied her ical patient at the Poplar hospital daughter Stephanie apartment for a few days. hunting in Denver recently. Friends here received word of They returned home last Sun- the death of An Sorteberg, Sioux day. Stephanie will leave this Pass. Memorial grave-side serv- week for Denver where she will ices will be in the Community be employed at the University of Cemetery Sept. 9. Colorado Hospital in Denver. III II I Lambert news , BY FRANCES STEPPLER She moved to Lambert with her Correspondent son Mark and her husband The Lambert Community Venezuela sevim years ago. She wishes to congratulate Mrs. plans on teaching Spanish to Rodney (Lilian) Evenson on some of the Lambert students receiving her U.S. Citizenship later in the school year. papers in Helena on Aug. 11. There are eight students in the kindergarten class in the Lam- bert School. They are Quentyn "r Thank YOU Evenson, Hazen Fink, Taylor The family of Ester "Pat" Hagen Oland,Fiak' JWRachaelHelmuth,Prevost,MarshallTea sincerely thanks each and everyone Theissen and Sean Williams, of you for your hugs, smiles, visits, " with Nancy Brandt as the teacher. flowers and memorials. Your support Lambert school's homecom- and love are greatly appreciated, ing was this week with various Our Morn was truly loved by many. activities all week. The home- i~i~ Jerry & Alice Htlgen, . ~i!coming game versus Geraldine The annual fall tour of the was Friday. The parade took Society for Industrial Technolo- ~w[~,,i~I J(lnl$1: & Joe Murphy, Judith Htlrl:ley ~!rm~: place at 1:30 p.m., with a corn- gy includes a visit to the USDA- i! and all the extended family .~i:: ii munity pep rally at 2 p.m. when ARS Northern Plains Agricul- _.~" royalty candidates were intro- tural Research Laboratory, Sad- ,.,..,...... ~~ duced, nay, Friday with presentations Hot Homemade Soup Monday: Chicken w/Herbed Dumplings Tuesday: Veggie Beef Burgundy Wednesday: Shaker Bean Soup Thursday: 4B'S Tomato Friday: Knoepfla T.G.I. Every Night Pizza Special 4.7 p.m. Lunch Special Men., Sept. 22- Fri., Sept. 26 11 am- gone BBQ Beef Wrap • vi Mlllers 8. Jacksonville ,,'-’' Diesel at Houston ' "- " "" r 11 Cold Beer ,, ...... 5:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. M-F • 6 a.m.-lO plm. Sat. & Sun. 2201 W. Holly • Culbertson Hwy • 433-4041 Free Accessories Pigskin Picks Football Contest Make a new lifelong friend from abroad. Enrich your family with another cul- ture. 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Players, parents and fans of by researchers studying sugar the Lambert school held a beet pests, diseases and irriga-' "spruce-it-up" Volunteer Day at tion issues. Lambert football field Sept. 7. Giving talks to the group, Friends from Sidney and Lam- which includes participants bert helped JoAnn Oakland eel- from across the nation, will be ebra~e her birthday at her home Entomologist Stefan Jaronski, last'Saturday. Plant Pathologist Robert T. Lambert school is again col- Lartey and Agricultural Engi- lecting Boxtops for Education neer Robert Evans. and Campbell's soup labels. Dr. Jaronski will discuss his Area residents can leave them at efforts to develop biological the school. * control of the sugar beet root THE ATV THAT LETS YOU DO MORE, MORE EASILY ATP 500 4x4 • World's first All-Terrain Pickup Cenex Polaris Sidney ,, 1281 S Central • Sidney • 433-1401 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily www.sidneycenex.com @ POU=II=IIS. See dealer for details. 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While in Sidney, the groupdifferent cities will also tour the nearby Sidney significant le Sugars factory, established in activity, the the1920s. In addition to the Sid- tour, with this ney stop, society participants focused on sites in will also visit other eastern Montana. Montana industrial and histori- ne When the sun rises each morn- Adams. Social ing, the first place in Montana it the Culbertson brightens is Sidney - and the Wagon Train in people who live there reflect the Wine and Food sun's warmth. November and Resident Terri Adams says her Christmas community is an uncut gem that December. does not need "the laborious Sidney's carving of civilization to make it Rupp is profiled shine." contributions She writes with pride of her Also quoted in town in the September/October Becky Kallevig, at issue of Montana Magazine,ation Sidney tracing its roots to 1824 with the Leslie building of Fort Union, fol- nomic lowed by homesteading and Montana ranching, able at retail cud# Present-day pluses are thestate, and excellent school System, aonline at diverse economy and a fortu- agazine.com. "itous location, according to • mm, . • . m/ap=h al . ~t b~ hd~, ~mlk~ ~r. q~O~ q~ . rm . 2. Sidney vs. Colstrip 406-489-0875 • Tony Couture, Located at Sidney Motor Rewind 4. This card may R.QI be used in conjunction with VIP Membership cards. • A limited number of cards are available. • We will not be contacting previous card holders, • Please stop in and get your new card right away. 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