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Oct 1,2003 II IIII II II II I I i i • "~~i.~!~ ~ ~ ~~ii~i~i~ ~ ~ ~!~[iI• - '~ " " " : ~",W,~:~::::,~-~#--~Χ~'~:~::::~" :~ ~:~::~":~"z~'~ ~'~•~::~:~ "q?~., '~"~:::::~i: Wednesday, Oct. 1 • The art work of Afton Ray will be featured at the three Edward Jones offices this month. a Non-smoking bingo at the VFW Hall is scheduled. Early bird begins at 6:45 p.m. • Richland Youth Hockey will hold registration for all age groups, 4- 18, from 6-8 p.m. at the hockey building. New skaters, 6 years and younger, will skate free. New skaters, 7 years and older, will pay half of the regular registration fee. A discount is available for families with more than two skaters. Equipment rental is available for ages l0 and under and girls. Call Deb Cavanaugh, 488-2843, for more informa- tion. Thursday, Oct. 2 • Bonnie Curran, service officer for the Montana Veterans Affairs Division, will be at Sidney Job Service from 1:30-2:30 p.m. She will be available to assist veterans and their dependents concern- ing veterans' benefits. • Moose bingo's early bird is at 6:30 p.m., and the regular bingo is at 7 p.m. • Them Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma meets at 5:30 p.m. in Savage. Participants need to R.S.V.P. • Men and women gamblers! Are you a constant loser because of your gambling? Are you losing income, self-respect and loved ones? Compulsive gambling is an addictive, progressive disease. If you want help for you or someone you love, you are welcome to attend Sidney Gamblers Anonymous, which meets every Mon- day and Thursday at 7 p.m. For location and information call 406-798-3601, 406-488-7898 or 406-798-3427. Friday, Oct. 3 • The Wehry Family will perform in concert at 6 p.m. at Schmidt's Reception Hall in Circle. Call 406-525-3759 for reservations. • The County Cuties will serve chili and cinnamon rolls from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Richland County Courthouse rotunda. All proceeds will benefit the America's Walk for Diabetes, which is in Sidney Oct. 5. Sunday, Oct. 5 • The harvest dinner and bazaar is 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Lambert School's multi-purpose room. First Lutheran Church will have a bazaar in the music room. The menu will feature roast beef, salad bar, homemade buns and pies. • Richey Senior Center has its all music jamboree at 1 p.m. Din- ner will begin at 5 p.m. * The America's Walk for Diabetes has registration at 12:30 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park. The walk starts at 1:30 p.m. After the walk, there will be awards and a barbecue at the park. Call Enid Huotari, 482-1786, or Donette Dopp, 488-4935, for more information. • Church Communications Network will host a special broadcast event with Max Lucado and musical guests Third Day and War- ren Barfield. This satellite broadcast will be shown live at Faith Alliance Church, Sidney, beginning at 5 p.m. a Sidney Singles meet with registration at 3 p.m. and dinner at 4 p.m. Ernie Hecker, Dickinson, N.D., will provide dancing music from 6-9 p.m. Call 482-2026 or 488-7151 for more information. Monday, Oct. 6 • Fore'-Fote performs a concert starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Sidney Middle School auditorium. Tuesday, Oct. 7 • Foster/adoptive parent classes are 6-9 p.m. at the Community Services building. Call Jamie Cross, 433-1903, to register. • Immunization clinic is from 1-4 p.m. at the Richland County Health Department. Wednesday, Oct. 8 • Non-smoking bingo at the VFW Hall is scheduled. Early bird begins at 6:45 p.m. • The Sidney Christian Wqmen's Club has a program, "Step Back in History," at 12:30 p.m. m the Elks Club. Feature speaker Terri Adlm bll talk about re,arching and writing on the American Civil Guest speaker Glenda Meredith, Glasgow. Cost is meal. Call Celia Thiel, 488-6650, by Oct. 5 to make your reservation. • The annual fall fun night dinner for the Women of the Moose and their prospective guests is 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9 • VFW Post 4099 meeting,at the VFW Hall begins at 7:30 p.m. • Moose bingo's early bird is at 6:30 p.m., and the regular bingo is at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 11 • A benefit supper starts at 5 p.m. at the Triangle Nite Club to help pay medical expenses for Alisha Taylor and Alisha Lorenz. An auction begins at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 13 * Ladies Auxiliary VFW 4099 meeting at the VFW Hall begins at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14 • Foster/adoptive parent classes are 6-9 p.m. at the Community Services building. Call Jamie Cross, 433-1903, to register. Wednesday, Oct. 15 • Non-smoking bingo at the VFW Hall is scheduled. Early bird begins at 6:45 p.m. • Immunization clinic is from 4-6 p.m. at the Richland County Health Department. Thursday, Oct. 16 • Moose bingo's early bird is at 6:30 p.m., and the regular bingo is at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17 • Cotties meet at the VFW at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18 • A grilled steak dinner is 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the Sidney Moose Lodge, The benefit helps the Sidney Trap Club and Brorson Farmhands 4-H Club. The meal includes a baked potato, tossed salad and dinner roll. Cost is $8. Tuesday, Oct. 21 • Foster/adoptive parent classes are 6-9 p.m. at the Community Services building. Call Jamie Cross, 433-1903, to register. Wednesday, Oct. 22 • Non-smoking bingo at the VFW Hall is scheduled. Early bird begins at 6:45 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23 • VFW Post Stag starts at the VFW Hall at 6 p.m. • Moose bingo's early bird is at 6:30 p.m., and the regular bingo is at 7 p.m. L I I i ntp Serving the MonDak area since 1908 Published Wednesday & Sunday by the Sidney Herald-Leader, a proud member of the Wick Communications Group. SINGLE COPIES: AVAILABLE AT LOCAL OUTLETS FOR 75 CENTS PER COPY. SUB- SCRIPTION RATES: $41 PER YEAR FOR CARRIER DELIVERY AND MAIL DELIVERY IN THE COUNTY TRADE AREA; $44 PER YEAR FOR MOTOR ROUTES MAIL DELIV- ERY IN THE OUT-OF-COUNTY TRADE AREA; $51 FOR OUT-OF-STATE OR OUT-OF- TRADE-AREA DELIVERY; $73 FOR DELIVERY TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES, POSTMASTER, SEND ADDRESS CHANGES TO THE SIDNEY HERALD. LEADER, 310 SECOND AVE. N.E., SIDNEY, MT 59270. PERIODICAL POSTAGE PAID IN SIDNEY, MT 59270. USPS 495-760 ISSN# 0898-087X Mstedat$ generated by the staff"or ;;;nt; of the Sidney Herald-Leader that • ppear with a Sidney Herald-Leader byline are exclusively copyrighted bythe Sidney Herald-Leader and may not be reprinted WithOut permission of the publisher or editor. the MonDak area since 1908 e seminars ney Travel Montana SUPER- HOST! customer service semi- nars are energetic, informative, and a networking opportunity for businesses and organizations that serve Montana's visitors. Two Travel Montana SUPER- HOST! customer service semi- nars will be offered in Sidney Oct. 21. Choose from an after- noon session at I-4:30 p.m., or an evening seminar from 6-9:30 p.m. at the Sidney Elks Lodge. The event is sponsored by the Sidney Area Chamber of Com- merce and Agriculture. To pre- register call 433-1916. The trainer for the Sidney area SUPERHOST! customer serv- ice seminar will be Jeri Mac Rowley, former statewide coor- dinator for the program. This is Rowley's 12th year as Montana SUPERHOST! trainer. Past participants have described Rowley as "a great presenter," "knowledgeable," "funny" and "not boring!" Participants are encouraged to bring brochures and information about their business or organiza- tion to share with other partici- pants. Rowley said "This is a great networking opportunity to share information about your business with your neighbors." Cost per participant is $20 for chamber members, $25 for non- members. Retired senior volun- teers can attend the SUPER- HOST! seminar free of charge. "It's our way of saying 'thank you' to our volunteers for the Jeri Mae Rowley time, enthusiasm and expertise they share," Rowley said. "Because so many of our partic- ipants come each year, we are constantly changing the pro- gram," said Rowley. New to Montana SUPERHOST! this year is the hilarious customer service video "Give 'em the PICKLE!" based on the bestselling book by Bob Farrell, founder of Far=eli's Ice Cream Parlors. In addition, participants will learn how to use local, regional and state travel resources and appreciate the importance of Montana's tourism industry. The seminar also features the Montana SUPERHOST! video, "Lewis and Clark: Montana's Story," produced by Montana SUPERHOST! Landslide repairs scheduled The North Dakota Department to travel south on U.S. 85 from of Transportation closed a per- Watford City must also use the tion of U.S. 85 (RP 123) Men- same posted alternate route. day in the North Unit of Motorists traveling west Theodore Roosevelt National bound on Interstate 94 in the Park, about 14 miles south of Dickinson area wishing to trav- Watford City. Last week, the el north on U.S. 85 will be roadway became unstable due to directed north on N.D. 22 at a landslide. Dickinson. This will require the NDDOT East bound motorists entering to close U.S. 85 in the vicinity the state from Montana on Inter- of the landslide to all traffic, state 94 wishing to go north on with the exception of emer- U.S. 85 may use north bound gency vehicles and local resi- N.D. 16 at Beach if their vehicle dents, for approximately two doesn't exceed 80,000 pounds weeks, weather permitting, gross vehicle weight or 75 feet Motorists traveling north on in overall length. U.S. 85 south of the slide area Vehicles exceeding these lim- will be detoured east bound on its must use U.S. 85 north to N.D. 200 for 20 miles to N.D. N.D. 200 or N.D. 22 north, and 22, then north on N.D. 22 for 37 then use the posted alternate miles to N.D. 73, then west on routes. Trucks exceeding these N.D. 73 to N.D. 23, continuing limits wishing to travel south on west for 25 miles to U.S. 85 at U.S. 85 from Watford City must Watford City. Motorists wishing use the posted alternate routes. !Carriers Wanted If interested call Melissa 482-2403. 310 2nd Ave. N.E. Fri., Oct. 3, - Sat., Oct. Sidney Fire Fri., Sept. 26 - Grass fire NW part dney Washed rock and sand, concrete, gravel Phone: 482-1572. After Hours Phone: 482-5093 MT/ND Toll Free 1-888-482-1572. M The family Baker & Anne cordially invite you to attend a Wedding Anniversary Open 2-4 : 22, 1953. are No Choice Meat Choose Quillings Cloverdale Round Steak ...... Boneless Bottom Round Roast We will process wild Men. - Sat., 8 a.m. 6 616 3rd St. SE, Way to go 5iuney Eagle 6oilers on your season! Parents: Brenda Coach's hard at the Divisional Golf Tourney F day, Oct. 3 Briarwood at Billings champion, second place at tournament, Hwy. 1( Senior Parents: Gall & Rhonda Peterson Coach's Comments: works hard on her !game and continues to improve. A welcome addi- lion to the team. First team member, varsity letter winner. Senior Parents: Ron & Shirley Taylor Coach's Comments: Enthusiastic leader. Accomplishments: Ladies' team captain, four team member letter winner. 482 -4000 Sidney sophomore, varsity team ter winner. Ju & number when Sidney • 482-1572 HEADINGTON OIL COMPANY, LP 114 2nd Ave. S.E. year team member Junior Parents: Ben & Peggy McDowell Coach's Comments: Brady is recovering from a summer injury but I expect him to make a large contri- bution to the team as a senior, First and varsity letter winner. I I II OF MONTANA, INC, 203 S. Central Ave. • 482-2113 member and two year Junior Parents: David & Sue Andersen Coach's Comments: A tal- ented golfer who we can always count on to anchor the team with a solid round. Accomplishments: lQualified for state as a ~sophomore, varsity team letter winner. JU ParentS: Carrie Coach's ball low numberS- ’ varsity team member and three year ~t