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5A WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16, 2016 Around our area SIDNEY HERALD III QUINN SCHWARTZ I SIDNEY HERALD Big bang entertainment Fubuki Daiko, a Japanese drumming group, entertains the audience during a performance at the MonDak Heritage Center. The show was part of the Northeastern Arts NeWark's Big Sky Concert Series. Organization offers marketing funds Missouri River Country has Cooperative Market- ing funds available for communities in northeast Montana, designed to pro- mote an area or event on a cooperative basis with a nonprofit tourism-related organization. The intent of this pro- gram is to encourage the development of new or expanded marketing proj- ects that attract visitors outside the local commu- thereby increasing the tourism travel to the region and extending the traveler's stay in Missouri River Country. The cooperative market- ing funds are a 50/50 split Country tourism region the website at www.mis- and are offered annually or by Missouri River Country contact the Missouri River through an application Country tourism office, process. 1-800-653-1319 or write to For an application and P.O. Box 118, Fort Peck, MT guidelines, please visit 59223. 205 3rd Ave. SE, Sidney Sdt., I'tov. 19 I0 dm-2 pm Cookie Walk 10 a.m. Rolls & coffee in the morning Soup & Chili Lunch, noon between Missouri River Country and for nonprofit tourism organization. The NOVEMBER funds are made possible BARGAINS I.14ONTI# BILLVANDER WEELE I SIDNEY HERALD by bed tax dollars gener- HOT DEAL. ~: SAVE 40% OR MORE SAVE 40% OR MORE Fireworks in Fairview ated in the Missouri River ,o.Rc.o . :ClCl "~ • ~Gal. m' 20 lb. Black Oil ~ | Bar & Chain Oil 200-Ct. Mini LED Light Reel The community of Fairview kicked off the holiday season with a fireworks display and a s.nb.., | H 597 617 F6 .... ~ Choose c001 white, warm41w e c celebration at the bridge Saturday. e da ed WhJle Supplies last muitJ.T195539 540,5 L 106 363 1 }~!~ ~I ! While Supplies last. WhileSupplieslast. ~'~’~'~ ~-,~1~ i ~u~r~ 40 lb. Wild llild Food ~ ~: L 129 284 1 While Supplies last. , SAVE 40% OR MORE ' SAVE 30% or more 9ee I _ ... .......... I An stun m,©k 4i 1 Ella M. Fischer ....................... [ommg. _.. ( ' "t. I I Foldina Chair / Ila uet ladle W15724~F4 1946-2016 W 6~2~61Whde Supphes last. )~ I .......... /~ /-~ Contents on table not included i~ 1 wn,e ;~upplles las[. l/ Ella M. Fischer, 70, Bis- with love, kindness and marck, N.D., died Nov. 7, humble generosity. She ' t"eR I SAW OR MORE 2016, at her home. Funeral had a special gift seeing t • services will be held at special things Jn people - leg- | I t I Iron 2 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 20, that others couldn't see. It ~ ~ [ x Natural ~ i~ ~ • I Coir Door Mat Choose from| lib 2016, at Bismarck Funeral was truly remarkable. . ..... j "*~.:~ Welcome or Snowman Design. ~ [] ~ Home. Grateful for sharing in a.~. H~rgmss P ....... .1 I W 211 091,092 88 mmm mmmm 'l~l~ellPlatform ~ ~ IWhileSuPplieslast. ~~ Cremation has taken Ella's life are her beauti- Stepladder r ~ I ilK place. There will be a ful daughter Twyla Dawn e 1989 ao • I gathering of friends and Swanson, Gilbert, Ariz., While supplies last, *$10 mail-in rebate, Limit 1 rebate I family one hour prior to her grandchildren and perhousehold.Customerresponsiblefortaxesar~fees I Sale ends 11/30116 the service, the loves of her life, Tyler 406.433.7586 Office 406.433.7596 Fax 406.489.0915 Service PO Box 1003 34980 Hwy 23, Sidney Symptoms • Fever • Shaking and chills • Severe muscle or body aches • Profound fatigue • Nausea • Chest discomfort and coughing 809 East li • ° SUPPLY Main, Sidney 406-433-3400 Solutions • See your Trinity Health primary care physician • Take prescription antiviral drugs at the start of your symptoms to shorten the flu • Get lots of rest and drink plenty of fluids • Cover your cough and wash your hands frequently • Limit your public contact as much as possible (Trista) Tharp, Bismarck and Tallon Tharp, Gilbert, Ella will always be re- Ariz. Her precious great- membered for her friendly, grandchildren, Briar and happy disposition and Cameron. Her partner- her love for buttons, thrift in-crime, best friend and stores and crepes. She had sister, Hilda McCracken, a special bond with her Bismarck, sister Tordis neighbors and welcomed Brosten, Toledo, Ohio, them, and their pets, into brothers Hans (Dorothy) her home. Vik, Poplar, Wis., and In- Ella had a deep faith gvar Vik of Livingston. in God and showed her Ella was preceded in love and dedication to her death by her parents, her Christian faith by always husband, Darvin, and her treating everyone she met sister, Linda. The physicians at Trinity Health can diagnose and treat flu symptoms by prescribing antiviral medications to treat the illness. The best preventive measure is to get the flu shot every year. Remember, the flu can cause complications that can be serious and even life threatening. For more information on the flu vaccination and where you can get your flu shot today, go to Sidney Fire Department Nov. 9 - Crash assist intersection of Holly St. & Central Ave., Sidney • Waterflow alarm at Shopko Sou , false alarm Reinventing Health tzdzdtyhe .oz * ............... :~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:ii!:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~ ...................... iiiii!i!i!i!i!i!i!iiiiii~ilili~i~iiiii~ii!~i~ililiiiii~iil;i~ii!i! ...... Ella Martha (Vik) Fischer, 70, was born on Sept. 9, 1946, in Sidney to Ingvar and Thelma Vik. Ella married her soulmate, Darvin, on April 25, 1969, in Fairview. They made their home in Sidney, with their darling daugh- ter Twyla, while Darvin worked for Peavey Eleva- tor Co. and Ella worked at Richland Homes. Three years later, they moved to Williston, N.D., where they made many life-long friends while Darvin man- aged Hardy Salt and Ella worked at Sears and Bethel Home. With the closing of the Salt Plant, they trans- ferred to Cleveland, Ohio, with AKZO Salt. Ella hap- pily worked at Bonnie Bell and was a loving caregiver to two infant girls which fulfilled a void caused by living so far away from home. After retirement in 1999, they moved to Turtle Lake, N.D., to be closer to family and to be able to spend quality time with their precious grandkids, Tyler and Tallon. While Darvin enjoyed retirement fishing, Ella worked part-time at the hospital. Ella was a gracious caregiver to her beloved Darvin, who passed away Sept 30, 2015. Ella missed him dearly and suffered both from a broken heart and undiagnosed health issues. She passed away I I "Disaster Restoration Specialists" Since 1986 .Residential OF MONTANA, .Commercial 203 S Central Ave 406-482-2113 .Industrial