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10A--Sunday, Nov. 2, 2003 Serving the MonDak area since 1908 s neyl O earnln Shelly Kessler, left, member of PEO Chapter W School Trading Cards program members Bridget were raised through the chapter's peach sales. PHOTO BY BILL VANDER WEELE presents a $100 to Sidney High Farr and Tyler Zoanni. The funds Suede Leather Palm Gloves Thinsutate- lined men's gloves with cowhide leather palms, Assorted colors and sizes. W 646 703, 711 B6 99 6-0utlet Stake Timer ~'mT=nMAVm with Bonus Timer 4bL Weather-resistant stake timer with 2 on/2 off settings per day. Ideal for holiday decorations, Including lamp and appliance timer. E 315617 B8 899 East Main Sidney 999 3-Pc. vacuum Bottle & Travel Mugs Set Includes 1-quart stainless steel vacuum bottle for hot or cold drinks, plus two 15- oz. stainless steel travel mugs, s 353078 B6 & SUPPLY :J" !ii!i FRIDAY, NOV. 7 ' cole Isbeck q im )vorak WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31 q rish q;aulkner 8g Brian Buxbaum Sidney - 482-1402 www.doitbest.com 433-3400 Wl The first round of the 2003-2004 Reader's Digest National Word Power Challenge will be held at the East Fairview Elementary School in Fairview the week of Nov. 10. Reader's Digest is holding the National Word Power Challenge for students in the fourth through eight grades in thousands of schools across the United States, as well as in Department of Defense Dependents Schools around the world. The winner of the East Fairview Elementary Montana State University's fall enrollment has set a new record with 12,135 students officially on campus, university officials said this fall. This is the most recent of several record-break- ing enrollments in a row for MSU, indicating a general upward trend in the number of students enrolled at the Bozeman campus. In addition to a record headcount, MSU also has enrolled the largest freshman class in the universi- ty's 110-year history with 2,165 students. "We are delighted that we have a record enrollment and the largest freshman class we have ever had," said Allen Yameil, vice president for student affairs. MSU enrolled about 200 students mone than last .year's fall enrollment of 11,934, according to Reg- zstrar Chuck Nelson. The enrollment number includes a record number of Montana students. Yarnell said the university is "delighted that Montanans continue to select us as their school of choice. Students come to MSU because of the high-quality education. They stay because of the high quality of the faculty, cutting-edge research facilities and successful job placement. Our School Challenge will take a c 100 top scoring students from advance to the state level of winners will advance to the onship and have a chance to win lege scholarships in Colonial Williamsburg, Vir., in March. Contact Lin Noble, 844-3328, mation. world-class skiing, hiking, helps too." Yarnell and New Student Services as well and students who helped recruit of students. He said MSU ally every category: freshmen, resident students, out-of-state terms of FTE, or the average taken by the student body. "It's great news for the "This means we're healthy." "We did particularly well dents from northwest Montana, head, Glacier and Lake counties pau, executive director of the and analysis. "That's in in Gallatin and Yellowstone Yarnell said enrolling ning of success. "We are committed to Yarnell said. "We hope year, but a great college career CLINIC VACCINATION Dr. Donald Cooper Suite 111 Tuesday, November 4th ........ 10:00AM - 12NOON ............... 1:00- 4:00 PM Wednesday, November 5th ............................................. 8:00AM - 12NOON Tuesday, November 11 ........... 8:00AM - 12NOON ................. 1:00- 4:00PM For more information, please call us at 488-4680. Dr. O. Pete Council Suite 104 Monday - Thursday ................. 8:30AM - 12NOON ................. 1:00 - 4:30PM For more information or to schedule, please call us at 488-2370. Dr. Paul Johnson Suite 106 Monday - Friday ............................................................. During Office Hours For more information or to schedule, please call us at 488-2550. Dr. Rajohn Karanjai Suite 110 Friday, November 7th ...................................................... 8:30AM - 12NOON Friday, November 14th .................................................... 8:30AM - 12NOON Monday - Friday ............................................................. During Office Hours For more information or to schedule, please call us at 488-2560. Dr. Jerome Kessler/Patti Iversen, FNP Suite 114 Monday- Thursday ......................................................... During Office Hours For more information or to schedule, please call us at 488-2525. Dr. Edward Pierce Suite 112 Monday - Wednesday ............ 9:00AM - 12NOON ................ 1:30- 5:00 PM Thursday .......................................................................... 9:00AM - 12NOON Friday ...................................... 9:00AM - 12NOON ................. 1:30 - 3:00PM For more information, please call us at 488-2231. Center for Women's Health Medical Arts Bldg. Dr. Phillip Weaver 0 Dr. Joyce Williams Wendy Wiltzen, FNP Thursday, November 6th ................................................. 9:00AM - 12NOON Thursday, November 13th ............................................... 9:00AM - 12NOON To schedule your vaccination, please call 488-2501. e Please Note: Flu Shots are recommended for individuals 50 years and older as well as those who have chronic health problems. Cameron Johnson waits for the snap from Kyle game at a recent Lambert High School contest. 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