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I C. 10,2003 Milestones SIDNEY HERALD L 73, Sidney, were 10 Dec. 9, 2003, at Memorial pastors, Paul Fischer ot'fici- Doug Hall, and Parker Walt- casketbearers Care. Usher was was Cemetery in under the direc- Fulkerson Funeral Sidney. Lou Hall was born at Carrizozo, of (Mount) Hall. on a ranch at Ancho, read and y. She and en- with people she Christian Burial for Sioux Pass, is r, Dec. 12, 2003, Catholic Wake ser- at 6 p.m. Thursday, at Fulkerson are Rick Alvin Frank Sherman, Bob Vitt. are z friends and Ushers are Jim Vitt. Interment L the Sidney Ceme- direction of the ~of Jan. 31, Ray and Grace ) Norby He graduat- High School in Bozeman. On he was united in to Janice Murphy at worked for the Jack along with Obituaries Martha Lou Hall 1930 - 2003 knew. She loved all the farm animals. Martha Lou moved with her parents to their ranch at Trot- ters,N.D., in 1949. She lived there until the fall of 1978 when she entered the group home. She enjoyed her time there and the many activities Keith Norby 1944 - 2003 becoming a pick-up man, which became his favorite past time. He had a love for rodeos and was a pick-up man for over 25 years, working for Cotton Rosser and Marvin Brookman, just to name a few. Keith worked for the state of Montana as a back-tagger and Sidney Livestock Yards as a field rep while he farmed and ranched in Sioux Pass. He was able to visit many people and learn every back road possible. Keith was a PRCA Gold Card holder and was involved in the Montana State High School Rodeo Association for many years. He was a horse wrangler on the Montana Cat- tle Drive of '89. Keith was an avid reader and a member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church. He was a trusted friend and neighbor and al- ways enjoyed a good time. He had an appropriate "catch phrase" for every occasion which kept his girls enter- tained. He was an adventurous person and was not afraid of provided. She participated in Special Olympics, attended church and went on many trips with her fellow resi- dents. She worked for ROI. She entered Extended Care on Sept. 25, 1996. Martha Lou always wanted to go to the ranch in the spring to see the baby calves. She loved ice cream and Pepsi. She was faithful to attend church every Sunday and was always at chapel services at Extended Care. Martha Lou passed away peacefully Thursday" Dec. 4, 2003, at the Sidney Health Center Extended Care facility Martha Lou is survived by one sister, Louise Joiner, Hon- do, N.M., and two brothers, Wallace (Glenna) Hall, Sidney' and Donald (Joan) Hall, Beach, N.D. She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers and one sister. anything. He was our best friend, husband, father, along with being our leader and our hero. We will miss him always. Keith passed away on Fri- day' Dec. 5, 2003, at his home in Sioux Pass with his wife and daughters by his side. Survivors include: his wife, Janice, Sioux Pass; daugh- ters, Jill Norby and Kelli Nor- by' both of Billings; his par- ents, Ray and Grace Norby' Sioux Pass; brothers, Kent (Lois) Norby, Excelsior, Minn., Dale (Carol) Norby, Las Vegas, Nev.; sisters, Shari (George) Whittinghill, Valparaiso, Ind., LaRae (Darryl) Crowley, Poplar, brother-in-law, Gary (Mary) Murphy, Keatchie, La.; sister-in-law, Joslyn (Jack) Murphy, Helena, along with numerous nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, memori- als may be sent to: Rocky Mountain Cancer Center, Chase Hawks Memorial Asso- ciation or the Sidney Health Center Hospice. New Kiwanis member BILL VANDER W[ELE I SIDNEY HERALD Leif Anderson, left, gets congratulated from Kiwanis Secretary Bob Frank after becoming a new Sidney Kiwanis Club member Thursday. Anderson's sponsor was his grandfather, Knute Hoversten. s encoura Landowners who are either Details from roughly Saco eastward suffering damage or antici- to the North Dakota border, pate having damage to agri- ~ north to the Canadian line cultural crops caused by SPECIAL GM4E-D~GE HUNT and south including much of white-tailed deer are encour- runs ~rough Dec. 31. McCone and Richland coun- aged to call the Glasgow Fish, HUNTING D15~$ include 570,ties. Specific hunting districts Wildlife and Parks office and 530, 631,632, 6a l, 550, 551 end where the damage season is add their names to a list that 552. under way are: 670, 630, 631, will direct hunters to their - ,~ 632,640, 641,650, 651 and 652. properties. Only antlerless whitetails are Fish, Wildlife and Parks au- having hunters harvest deerlegal in the season, which thorized a special game-dam- now than issuing kill permits ends a half-hour after sunset age hunt tbr antlerless white- to landowners or having de-on Dec. 31. tails in the eastern half of Re- partment staff kill deer later Call the Glasgow at gion 6 from Dec. 1-31, and in the winter," says Harold406-228-3700 if you're a wants to act as a broker to link Wentland, regional wildlifelandowner who would like ad- interested hunters with manager. %nd we'd like to di- ditional hunting. Hunters can landowners who would like rect hunters to landowners also call that number to get a deer numbers reduced, who would like help." roster of landowners who wel- "We're more interested in The damage season extends come antlerless deer hunters, Births Ta'Ress Rion First Rion First was born on Nov. 25, 2003, to Lynette J. 6.5 pounds and was 18.6 inches long. Maternal are Calvin R. and Myrna First, Poplar. qoins two brothers, Antoine Reddogg and Dion First. Megan Olivia Asbeck Asbeck was born on Dec. 3, 2003, to Donetta and Fairview. She weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces and are Patty and James Lakey' Tioga, are Hugo and Elaine Asbeck, brother, Cody Asbeck. Hi-Liters holds 4-H club meeting met at2 p.m. discussed the Party and plans to go to Circle for bowling and a gift exchange. Gillette Vaira showed pic- tures of her trip to Atlanta,Ga., for National 4-H Council. Leather projects were dis- cussed, and the new record books were passed out. ri for the employee Christmas Party. Thank You Perhaps you sent a lovely card, or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a funeral spray, if so we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words, as any friend could say; Perhaps you were not there at all, just thought of us that day, Whatever you did to console our hearts, We thank you so much whatever the part. The family of Jim 0psta Clarice 0psta Susan 0psta Mitch (Marsha) Opsta Kim (Tom) Bray Bruce (Kim) Banderob & family Brenda (Larry) Evans & family Ernie & Fran Cummins Cla & L} nne Cummins , , Dr. Stephen Fritz, M.D. announces the opening Montana Allergy & Asthma Specialists Dr Stephen Fritz completed his fellowship training in Allergy and Clinical Immunology at the University of Michigan Medical Center in Ann Arbor MI Patients of all ages can be evaluated & treated for: Asthma Hayfever Eczema of the. Eyes & Nose ALLERGIES TO: Food Molds Animals Chemicals Bee Stings Medications Latex Now Accepting New Patients Yellowstone Medical Center 2900 12 Ave. N., Suite 36OW. Billings, MT 406.237.5500 Montana SPECIALISTS St. SW, Sidney. ,Come See Santa!