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10, 2003 In the erea S ONEYHERALD tlBBY BERNDT I SIDNEY HER, AED representing club. t Club, left, and Ronnie Danielson of Danielson's 17 caliber gun from a raffle which raised one Elmdale news Scott Rosaaen and ; Whitefish, LeAnn Ariz., arrived aad Mary Steppler's ;giving week. for Thanksgiving ' and Lorilee Nor- Alaska. Laurel, Nicole Edwards Billings, ar- goin's to at- Antone Car- z. Other also at- Steppler re- the death of Ontario, Canada, ncer. She and her Clifford were one of • who a Caribbean cruise and A1 Schmitz spent with Al's and Carl rural Glen- son, Mike Schmitz, enroute visiting his sister, Sue Kallen, Billings. College students from the Elmdale, Mona area home tbr Thanksgiving were Loni, Cody, Wes and David SteppleL Mellisa Turnbull, Darcy Klas- na and Allan Larson. Cal and Jane Steppler at- tended the 80th birthday cele- bration for Phyllis Picard, Bainville, at the Saddle Club barn in Culbertson, Nov. 29. Joni Ruffatto, daughter of Tom and Lynette Ruffatto, and Colton Bidigaray both acceler- ated in the 5th and 6th reading program in the Culbertson school. Thanksgiving dinners were held in the following homes in the Elmdale area: Charles and Elaine Amestoy, Mike and Mary Irigoin and Dolores Irigoin, with their families at- tending. The Stepper, Rosaaen and Williams families gath- ered at the Elmdale Hall. Dolores and Gene Irigoin traveled to Bloomfield Satur- day evening to help her great- grandmother, Isabel Fatzinger, celebrate her birth- day at her home. Scott Edwards and his sis- ter-in-law Tammi Mason and Sat., Dec. 13 All Columbia Storewide daughter, Billings, arrived last Wednesday to spend Thanks- giving with Betty Irigoln and family. Dean and Doris Steppler and family spent Thanksgiv- ing with Dean's sister' Sharon Thomsen, in Billings. Guests of Tim and Jean Vaira were Jean's sister and husband from Oregon. Hanna Goss and sons, Mar- vin, Ervin and Jim Goss' fami- lies, and deremy and Trisha Klempel were among other guests of Brian and Patti McGinnis, Sidney Don, Kathy and Michael Steppler spent last Friday and Saturday in Billings where Michael had a medical check- up. Lambert news College students home fbr Thanksgiving vacation were Sarah and Mathew Heringer, Jennifer and Laura Vaira; Nathan and Sarah Rosaaefl, Cole Thornton, Rebecca Ul- rickson and Joey Klemple. Pat and Lawrence Paulus, North Dakota, spent Thanks- giving with Margaret and Yuanita Carranza. Kelly and Jenny Vaira and family spent Thanksgiving in Rapid City, S.D., with Jenny's family. Joel and Cassey Prevost left Sunday to return to Billings after spending Thanksgiving with their motheL Sheelah Prevost. Charlie Vershoot returned home recently from a Billings hospital where he was a surgery patient. Neighbor ladies gathered at the home of Frances Prevost to help Dolores Carter cele- brate her 84th birthday A's and B's in Louise Jambor had her son her studies in Dick and Loni Jambor and Je- school. na, Kildeer, N.D., and Char- Pete lotte and Dn Greg and boys Thiessen, home for Thanksgiving. Minnesota, Gretchen Stotto made a trip died at a nurs- to Kahnath Falls, Ore., to visit ing home in her son, Keith Statto and faro- Minnesota. ily She also attended her Funeral ser- granddaughter Shannon Stot- vices will be to's choir concert. She reports held in Sidney that Shannon is improving Friday. right along and received seven Correspondent Frances Stepple RAJOHN KARANJAI, MD INTERNAL MEDICINE BOARD CERTIFIED Specializing in • Primary Care Medicine • Inpatient Care • Office Surgery • Health Maintenance 488-2560 214 14th Ave. SW, Suite 110 Sidney Health Center * Sidney 800-331-7575 Relatives and friends attended fu- neral services for Antone 'Carda, Nov. 25, and for Russell De- nowh and Correspondent Joshua Hur- ley, Nov. 28. Frances Steppler Joshua Hur- ley, 2 years old, son of Phillip and Laura Hurley, Fairview, died in a Billings hospital last week due to an accident. He was a grandson of Darlene Hurley and a great-grandson of Marie Childee, all former residents of the Elmdale Com- munity NEW LOOK FOR THE HOLIDAY • Furniture • Floor Coverings • Window Coverings 302 E. 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