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2a SUNDAY, DEC 2S, Inf0 center SIDNEY HERALD COMMUNITY CALENDAR ~lace your meetlng/events unde the Community Calendar at www.sidneyherald.com Sunday, Dec. 25 Sidney Knights of Columbus #3002 annual community Christmas din- ner is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. Matthew's multipurpose room, 317 Seventh St. S.E. A free-will offering will be taken, and turkey, ham with all the trimmings served. Everyone is invited, and volunteers are welcome. Will deliver, call 433-2510. Tuesday, Dec. 27 Commodities distribution wilt be from 9 a.m. to noon at the Nutter building. Go to the west door where the ramp is located. Thursday, Dec. 29 TOPS meets at Crestwood Inn's northside entrance. Weigh-ins are from 5-5:30 p.m., and the meeting is 5:306 p.m. Pinochle is at the Moose Lodge start- ing at 6:30 p.m. Sidney Kiwanis Club meets at noon at the Elks Lodge. Monday, Jan. 2 MOPS meet from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Sidney Lutheran Brethren Church. Tuesday, Jan. 3 Mothers Of Preschoolers (MOPS) is a non-denominational group of women that meet for encourage- ment and fellowship from 8:45-11 a.m. at Sidney Lutheran Brethren Church. This group meets every first and third Tuesday of the month and has evening events throughout the year. Childcare is available. Richland County commissioners are kound town in their office from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the court house. Wednesday, Jan. 4 Wells Fargo bank in Sidney will serve as a drop-off point for non-perish- able items for the food bank each Wednesday in January. In addition, soup will be served from 11 a.m. unti/gone each Wednesday in January. Saturday, Jan. 7 VFW Post #4099 and the Ladies Auxiliary will be honoring local National Guard at an apprecia- tion dinner at 5 p.m. at the VFW hall in Sidney. Service men and women and their spouses are wel- come. Sunday, Jan. 8 The annual Lutefisk and Meatball Dinner at First Lutheran Church, Savage, is from 12:30-5 p.m. Cost is $13 for adults and $5 for chil- dren 12 and under. Congregational matching funds are being applied for through Thrivent Financial. Monday, Jan. 9 Richland County commissioners are in their office from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the courthouse. The Richland County Fair Board meets at 5:30 p.m. in the fair office. The Sidney City Council meets at 7 p.m. at City Hall. Tuesday, Jan. 10 Sons of Norway will meet at 7 p.m. at the 489 lodge in Sidney. The Order of the Eastern Star meets at 7:30 p.m. at the Masonic Temple in Circle. Richland County Right to Life meets at 1:30 p.m. at the St. Matthew's Parish Center. Wednesday, Jan. 1 ! Gamblers Anonymous meets at 7 p.m. at Millers' Corner. Wells Fargo bank in Sidney will serve as a drop-off point for non-perish- able items for the food bank each Wednesday in January. In addition, soup will be served from 11 a.m. until gone each Wednesday in January. Around Town The Herald's Around Town runs events a week in advance, so each calendar item submitted wilt appear at least twice (if submitted in time). Deadlines for Around Town are Monday at noon for the Wednesday issue and Thursday at noon for Sunday. All items submit- ted should include a brief descrip- tion of the event, date and time, location, admission fees or charges (if applicable) and o per- son to contact for additional infor- mation. Items should be turned into the Herald office, submitted through our Community Calendar on the Herald website at www.sid- neyherald.com or faxed to 433- 7802. For the Seniors Sidney Senior Citizens (813 Third St. N.E.) - Meets weekly on Thursdays at 12:45 p.m. with a noonpot-luck meal on the third Thursday. Blood pressure readings and pulse checks are given on pot- luck day. Dinner is served every Monday and Friday at 11:30 a.m. Call President Richard Riedmann, 433-2292. Savage Senior Citizens (Main Street) - Meets weekly on Thursdays at noon, with birthdays on the first Thursday, a business meeting on the second Thursday and meals every Thursday. USPS 495'-760 310 2nd Ave. N.E. Sidney, MT 59270 Proud member of Wick Communications Group Montana Newspaper Association Award Winning Newspaper Publisher, Ubby Bemdt publisher@sidneyherald.com Managing Editor Bill Vander Weele editor@sidneyherald.corn VERIFIEDi~ iiiliiimi|ii/i|rJ H&R BLOCK 406-433-1818 606 S Central Sidney fmbscriber Assistance Phone: 406-433-2403 Fax: 406-433-7802 E-mail: circulation@sidneyherald.com Web: https://secure.townnews.com/ mt/sidneyherald.com/subscribe/ Subscription Rates Sidney Herald is published every Wednesday and Sunday. $52.00 per year for carrier delivery and mail delivery in the county trade area; $58.00 per year for motor routes and out of county trade deliv- ery; $67.00 for out-of-state or out-of-trade area delivery. Single copies are available at local outlets for 75 cents per copy. Advertising/Classified Phone: 406-433-2403 E-mail: advertising@sidneyherald.com, classifieds@sidneyherald.com Place a classified ad online at: https://secure.townnews.com/mt/si dneyherald.com/classifieds/ Harold Online www.sidneyherald.com POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Sidney Herald 310 2nd Ave. N.E. Sidney, MT 59270 Pmiodiml postoge pa~l in Sidney, MT 59270 Nothing brings ..... ............................................ a smile to our faces faster than recalling ..... the friendship and kindness of all the good folks we've ................................ had the pleasure .............. to serve this year. Smile... R's ChrlsLm ! 'sH Cn ! I air nit Z X o:'". Sidney 433-2411 Merry Christmas and many thanl s. As we welcome the holiday spirit into our homes and our hearts, we're reminded of how proud we feel to serve this community, and hope that the holiday delivers much joy and good fortune to your doorstep. J & L JeffAisenbrey & Brian Hoist Fencing & Pit Liners 212 S. Central, Sidney, MT 406-433-3655 cell: 406-48 Fairview history Continued Superstition Mountains and the Lost Dutchman mine IY mm atossum fly. They became friends some of the landmarks. SIONEY HERkLD There are many stories about the Superstition Mountains and the Lost Dutchman mine. As I be- came interested about Clay- ton Worst Jr., I discovered that Clayton was one of the founders of the Superstition Mountain Historical Society and the museum. He has a DVD out telling his story of the Dutchman mine. Worst opens the lectures series with the life of Jacob Waltz. Waltz was one of the men on an expedition h~at Dr. Thorne financed looking for the gold. Thorne, accord- ingto Worst, was a friend of the Navajos Indians. They blindfolded him and took ~him to the gold mine and he was allowed to take gold out of the mine, all he could car- ,ry He had longjohns on at the time, tied knots in them and filled them up with gold. The astonished Indians laughed as it looked like a haft man riding a horse :when Thorne lifted the gold onto his horse. After that, Thorne spent all his time looking for that mine and went bankrupt looking for the gold. He organized expe- ditions upon expeditions but did not find the mine. The ex- pedition finally headed back ilhome emptg, but one man stayed behind, Jacob Waltz. ! One day looking for the :mine, Waltz came across a camp occupied by three Mex- icans. They claimed to be de- ;scendants of the Peralta faro- with Waltz and showed him the mine. After helping the Mexicans, he became greedy and felt the mine belong to him as he has spent his en- tire life looking for this gold, his gold. He shot and killed the three men. Waltz did not mind that fast-year fearing family members of the Peralta fam- ily would retaliate. That sec- ond year he did go up in the mountains and started min- ing. Any one who even came close to the mine Waltz would kill. Getting on in age, in 1870, Waltz filed on a homestead of about 160 acres near Phoenix. In 1891 there was a huge flood and Waltz's house floated away. Waltz was rescued as he clung to a tree he had climbed up. He fell ill after that, and was nursed by Julia Thomas, a friend of his who also spoke German. There were only two peo- ple present on Waltz deathbed. Roberts who was his next-door neighbor and their homesteads were by each other. And Dick Holmes, another friend. Waltz proceeded to show Holmes his gold that was un- der his bed. When Holmes opened Waltz miner's candle box under the bed, Holmes couldn't believe his eyes. Waltz gave the gold to Holmes as a grubstake to mine the gold. Waltz wanted Holmes to fred the mine and give some of it to Thomas, Petrash and Roberts. Waltz proceeded to tell him Waltz had covered the mine with lumber from the inside and on the outside stack rocks. He did such a good job covering up the mine. Waltz said you could be right in front of it and you wouldn't see it. Holmes researched and validated some of the statements that Waltz had told him. It checked out and so Holmes and Roberts be- lieved Waltz was telling the truth and the mine exists. Was there such a mine? The people that knew the Dutchman never doubted for a minute. Dick Holmes mined for 16 years, When he hurt his leg and could no longer look for the mine he sent his only son George "Brownie" Holmes into the Superstition Mountains for 40 years to look for the mine. "I believe in the lost Dutch- man mine," says Clayton Worst. "Brownie Holmes was one of my dearest friends that I have ever had. He was my partner for 20 years hunting the Dutchman mine. I am absolutely con- vinced that Waltz had a mine hidden somewhere and he told Dick Homes about it." Worst still takes to the hardscrabble country of the Superstitions when he can fmd time. At 79, Worst works his mine every day. He owns the Old Wasp mine, founded in 1893. 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