(406) 433-3306 or 1-800-749-3306 Business Office: Mailing Address:
Fax (406) 433-4114 Located at 314 S. Central Ave. P.O. Box 1207
e-mail address: Sidney, MT Sidney, MT 59270
Wednesday, May 28, 2008 Volume 34 • Number 14
Early Bird Golf
The Early Bird Golf Scramble will take place on Satur-
day, May 31. The event benefits three worthy causes. First, a
local couple is on their way to Afghanistan to start a drug
treatment center. The Early Bird Golf Scramble is coming
alongside this couple to aid in their endeavor. The other two
causes are the Boys and Girls Club of Richland County and
the MonDak Heritage Center.
The Early Bird Golf Scramble’s organizing team was
impressed with what the Boys and Girls Club is offering to
Scramble Chairman Greg Ledgerwood said, “We were
looking for a great local cause to get behind and felt it a
natural move to support the Boys and Girls Club.” The local
club has 176 student members. They have averaged nearly
80 students since the beginning of 2008. The Boys & Girls
Club of Richland County is dedicated to inspiring and en-
abling all young people to realize their full potential as pro-
ductive, responsible and caring citizens. Their mission is
accomplished through homework assistance programs, char-
acter building curriculum, and volunteerism in a safe and fun
The MonDak Heritage Center is benefiting specifically
from the “Dutch Auction” portion of the event. A dozen gift
baskets/bags have been assembled for people to buy tick-
ets to have the chance to take one home. The baskets range
from golfing interests to home gardening to home decor. Tick-
ets are on sale now at the MonDak Heritage Center. The
public is also welcome to come out to the Sidney Country
Club on May 31 at 9 a.m. and see the first class golf exhibi-
Esther Walter pours flour into a commercial mixer as part of her weekly chores. Next week another woman tion by trick shot pro Josh Olson, and then come inside the
will do this job and Esther will rotate into another one. club house and buy tickets for the auction.
The MonDak Heritage Center was picked by the Early
Bird Golf Scramble organizing team because of their com-
2nd In A Series mitment to the heritage and culture of the region along with
bringing cultural events and exhibits to the area. Director
Women Living Within The Hutterite Colony
Sandy Turner said that “Our commitment to preserving the
heritage and bringing quality exhibits and music events to
the Center directly impacts the citizens of our area by provid-
ing activities not otherwise available in our region." "It is evi-
By Jaimee Green through her modest trailer ral patterned apron. After Tuesday is bacon and eggs, dent that the MonDak Heritage Center intends to be a com-
Early spring. Monday and begins fumbling in the brushing her hair, she twists Wednesday is cereal, Thurs- munity factor. I think we all have noticed the community en-
morning. The hour is 4:45 a.m. dark for her clothes. Dress- the long front locks up and day is sausage, pancakes riching activities the Center has been putting on,” said
and Barbara Walter, a mem- ing in customary Hutterite pins it in place inside her and eggs and Friday is
For more information on becoming involved in the
ber of the Hutterite colony is clothing she puts on a long, head covering, as is custom- boiled eggs and a meat. scramble either call Ledgerwood at 480-9162, or pick up a
stirring in bed. It is her week also modest, flowing dark ary for the women Dariusleut Just as Barbara begins brochure at the Sidney Country Club.
to prepare all of the meals for blue dress with an off white followers. Quietly closing the gathering various pans to be-
the colony’s 48 members.
Upon waking, she walks
blouse underneath. Cover-
ing the front is a shorter, flo-
door behind her, she makes
her way toward the commu-
nal kitchen where she will
gin preparing the meal, her
helper, Esther, enters the
kitchen. She, too, will work all
Fish & Tell...
spend the better portion of
week long. Next week, a new
team will rotate into the
Join 4th Annual Kids
Barbara passes several
other trailers identical to hers
kitchen. However, the two
women don’t have to worry Fishing Derby Saturday
before she reaches the large, about doing any baking this Come out to the Watford City Youth Fishing Pond on
50 x 80 steel building which week. Another woman is Saturday, May 31 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and enjoy a day of
houses the industrial-sized designated with that job. free fishing with a special youngster in your life. The USDA
and commercially stocked The rest of the women Forest Service, the City of Watford City, and the North Dakota
kitchen. It is still dark outside will clean. Within the colony, Game and Fish Department have teamed up again to pro-
and the low lying sunrise is all women between the ages vide fishing youngsters a “Fish and Tell” experience with
barely peaking up from the of 17-50 will cook. After the their friends and family. The Youth Fishing Pond just east of
vast open prairie in varying age of 50, the women are still the Watford City football and track field is the location. Chil-
shades of pale pinks. Taking helping with the colony dren ages 13 years and under are invited, along with an
adult responsible for staying with them, to the Fourth Annual
in a long breath she notices chores but it becomes their
Kids Fishing Derby. Registration for all participants will be-
the air is chilly, but far from decision about how they gin at 9 a.m.
cold. Wrapping her arms want to help. “They might help Sparkling water, bugs, patience, and fishing poles are
around her in an effort to fend out with dishes or something all part of the fishing experience as fishing hooks will be
off the slight breeze she but they don’t have too,” said baited with hopes of getting that big fish on the line! Over 140
hears several birds in the dis- Annie Marie, a colony mem- children fished the Watford City Youth Fishing Pond last year
tance, followed by silence. ber. at the Third Annual Kids Fishing Derby.
Soon the others will be up Work within the colony Young fishermen and women should bring their fishing
and moving about, tending to is well organized to ensure poles, bait, and tackle boxes to the derby; and they’ll want to
their daily chores. It is everything gets done and is bring some means to transport their live fish home after the
Barbara’s job to see to it that derby. Participants are encouraged to take their prize fish
set up on a rotation basis so catches home, as there will be no provisions for on site fish
they are each fed a healthy, that nobody gets stuck with cleaning. We ask that everyone park their vehicles in the
hearty breakfast. the same chore each week. football field parking lot.
Esther doesn’t need to Each household is respon- The community of Watford City is again donating gener-
worry about what she’ll fix for sible for their own laundry. ously to provide prizes, food, and peoples’ time to make this
breakfast. With the exception The women take turns each a day of family-fun. Once the fishing-fun is complete, lunch
of supper, each day is desig- will be served and door prizes will be given out.
Annie Marie Walter (left) and another colony member week cleaning the four wash-
nated with a meal. Monday’s For more information contact the U.S. Forest Service
help clean recently butchered chickens. breakfast consists of eggs. (Continued on page 9) office in Watford City at 842-2393.
2 ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008
Sidney Marilyn Bakken, 64,
Richland (formerly of Sidney, MT)
Graveside services for Marilyn Bakken, 64, Billings, MT
(formerly of Sidney) were at 2 p.m., Thursday, May 22 at the
Sidney Cemetery, Sidney, with Pastor George Karres of Pella
New Construction READY TO MOVE INTO!
Cherry cabinets, wood floor in the dining room, 2
Lutheran Church, Sidney, officiating.
Fulkerson Funeral Home, Sidney, assisted with the ar-
bedroom, 2 bath on the main floor. Vaulted
ceilings, master suite with walk in closet. The carpets rangements.
are down in the lower level. 9 foot walls, 2 Remembrances and condolences may be shared with
bedrooms, 3/4 bath, large family room and storage
area. This home is almost complete and ready for family at www.fulkersons.com.
an owner. Marilyn passed away peacefully at home early Satur-
Priced at $250,000
day morning, October 13, 2007.
Cashew stained alder wood kitchen cabinets, all
smart motion drawers, garnished with solid granite
counter tops. The wood working is a delightful taste
2008 Summer Field Inspection
Applicators Due June 15
of solid alder doors and trims. Wood flooring in the
kitchen and dining room. 9' basement ceilings,
covered front porch. A Rauschendorfer new
construction in South Meadow Village.
Priced at $260,000
By Dale W. Naze
Call Jim Nelson For those of you growing small grain crops for certified
120 2nd Avenue SW • Sidney, MT 59270
406-482-4480 (Business) • 888-482-4480 • 406-482-5836 (Fax)
489-2590 (Cellular) • 406-488-1656 (Residence)
Program or registered seed, I want to remind you that the Field In-
spection Applications are due June 15 at the North Dakota
Field inspection is but the first step in getting your crop
www.beagleproperties.com (Web Site)
By Heather Cotter certified. Field inspection application forms are available from
firstname.lastname@example.org (E-Mail) Richland Co. Library the Extension office or from the State Seed Department.
“Catch the Reading Bug” with great books for all ages. As you complete the application, please remember to
The reading program is a fun way for the entire family to read include a copy of your FSA maps with directions on how to
through the summer while out of school or just for fun. There get to each field, enclose your seed tags or bulk certificates
will be a prize awarded to the family that reads the most and enclose a check for all fees for the application.
overall. With lots of prizes, cool parties, and weekly activities, Once again, the application deadline for field inspec-
This clean home features a large living room, wood the 2008 Reading Program is the best place for the entire
floors thruout the main level, master bedroom suite Very private location, 1488 square feet on the main tion is June 15. For more information or copies of the appli-
with a 3/4 bath, 2 bedrooms & a full bath, an open with two bedrooms and a master suite with 3/4 bath. family this summer. Registration for “Catch the Reading Bug” cation, contact the Extension office at 444-3451.
kitchen with eating area. The full basement has a Beautiful remodeled kitchen with cherry cabinets and
family room, large bedroom, 3/4 bathroom, & a utility new flooring. Lower level sports two bedrooms, storage begins June 2.
room. Off the kitchen is a heated den leading into the area, utility room and 2 car garage.
attatched single car garage. The property also has a The weekly activities will start June 11. The first activity
detatched heated shop. Priced at $225,000
Priced at $189,000 will kick off the program with buggy games, bug crafts and
snacks, and books about bugs! For the young adult, ages 12
to 16, there will be movie nights, game sessions and compe-
REAL ESTATE titions with prizes. The whole family will be able to have a
great time at our family game night. Come by the library to
FINANCING register for “Catch the Reading Bug” and to pick up a com-
SEND YOUR EVENTS TO:
THE ROUNDUP, PO BOX 1207, SIDNEY, MT 59270 or
For Home Purchases & Refinancing drop them by our office located at 314 S. Central Ave.,
Thank you to all the area businesses that have already
Stop in today and see Janet in Sidney or Laurie Sidney, MT. You can also fax your events to 406-433-4114
Laurie donated to the Summer Reading Program. Your support is or email them to classads @esidney.com.
greatly appreciated! This program would not be possible with-
Loan Officer Branch Manager out your contribution. If you have not donated and would like
124 N. Central Ave. • Sidney, MT
to, please contact the library for more information. Richland County
18 East 2nd St. • Culbertson, MT For more details, call the library at 433-1917 or visit the Events in Sidney unless otherwise listed. MDT Zone.
www.richlandfcu.com web site at www.richland.org. Wed., May 28
12 p.m. — Membership meeting, Sidney Chamber
Alan DRESSER OIL TOOLS, INC. Thurs., May 29
Seigfreid 7 p.m. — Bingo, early bird at 6:45 p.m., Moose Lodge.
2650 South Central, Sidney 8 p.m. — NA meeting, Millers’ Corner banquet room.
Amanda Ph 406-433-2250 • Fax 406-433-2251 Sat., May 31
Seigfreid 9 a.m. — AA meeting, Trinity Lutheran Church,
Jim & Janice Knudsen Website: www.missouririverrealty.com education bldg., 214 S. Lincoln.
Broker/Owners email: email@example.com 10 a.m. — Gamblers Anon., Zion Lutheran Church,
120 2nd St. N.E. P.O. Box 387 Sidney Mt. 59270 • RedWing Boots & Shoes 309 S. Central Ave., Fairview. Contact 798-3601.
Sun., June 1
(O) 406-433-3010 ~ (F) 406-433-3013 ~ (C) 406-489-3010
• Camlok Fittings 1 p.m. — Afternoon dance, 101 3rd St. SE, registration
& card @ 1 p.m., dancing 2-5 p.m., potluck after
• Hydraulic Hose Building & Fittings dancing, more info call 433-2026 or 488-3792.
View Our Properties At • Dewalt Tools
8 p.m. — AA meeting,Trinity Lutheran Church
education bldg., 214 S. Lincoln.
www.nickjonesre.com Mon., June 2
8 a.m. — Executive Board meeting, Sidney Chamber
check out our website at: Office.
Truck Route South, 12 p.m. — AA meeting, Trinity Lutheran Church
Sidney www.dresseroiltools.com education bldg., 214 S. Lincoln.
Tues., June 3
Call Nick, Denny or Kristen 1973
STATISTICS 12 p.m. — Sports & Recreation Committee meeting,
Sidney Chamber Office.
8 p.m. — AA meeting, Trinity Lutheran Church
education bldg., 214 S. Lincoln.
Licensed in Montana and North Dakota Lake Water Level Reports
Fort Peck Sakakawea
Current Elevation ..................... 2198.81 ............... 1808.2
Tanks...Tanks...Tanks... Last Week’s Elev. ..................... 2199.16 ............... 1807.2 McKenzie County
Fiberglass 7½ Diameter
One Year Ago ........................... 2198.68 ............... 1811.5
Release For Day (C.F.S.) ......... 7500 .................... 15,000
Events in Watford City unless otherwise listed. CDT Zone.
Wed., May 28
10,000 & 12,000 10 a.m. — Chamber Coffee, Senior Citizen’s Center ,
Gallon Tanks Montana Auction Markets Report sponsored by Senior Citizens.
Source: Sidney Livestock, Sidney MT
$ Week of:5-21-08
5 p.m. — Weight Loss Group meeting, Hospital staff
your pick Number Sold:630 7 p.m. — L.I.F.E. Group, Wesleyan Church.
8 p.m. — AA meeting, Civic Center meeting room.
Plastic Tanks Feeder Steers Average $ Maximum $
8 p.m. — Al-anon meeting, Sanford Room, Library.
800 to 1000........................$93.69..................$ 97.75
(1) 2050 Gallon Thurs., May 29
9 a.m. — Invitational Horse Judging Contest, Milt
91” Diameter, 84” Tall Slaughter Cows Average $ Maximum $
1,200 Utility & Commercial ......... $55.00 ................
Cutter ............................... $49.00 ................
Fri., May 30
6 p.m. — Hamburgers In The Park, Arnegard Park,
Canner ............................. $43.00 ................ $ 48.00 sponsored by Arnegard Lions Club.
(3) 1750 Gallon Sat., May 31
Fiberglass Manufacturing Shelly Canner......... ......... $30.00 ................ $ 35.00
84” Diameter, 76” Tall for the Energy Industry Slaughter Bulls ................. $58.00 ................ $ 71.00
9 a.m.-12 p.m. — 4th Annual Children’s Fishing
Derby, Watford City fishing pond. For more info
Oilfield • Stock Tanks • Agriculture
Remarks: slaughter cows 2 - 3 lower 701-842-2393.
701-774-8740 • 800-517-7280
slaughter bulls STEADY Mon., June 2
4945 Hwy 85 S.,Williston, ND 1 p.m. — Consumer Choice Judging County Contest,
feeders very active
McKenzie Co. Courthouse.
Hugo Asbeck & sons feeder sales
8 p.m. — AA Meeting, Watford City Civic Center
special feeder sale May 28 Meeting Room.
ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008 3
Ambulance Service To In honor of our 20th Anniversary
Hold CPR Training
The Richland County and to benefit the ambu- pare the general public for
Ambulance Service will be lance service. If you are in- emergency situations. In-
holding a cardiopulmonary terested in attending this structors of the Public Life
resuscitation (CPR) training training course, please call Saving Program will be
class Saturday, June 7 at 1 the Sidney Clinic reception- happy to come teach the in-
p.m. in the Sidney Health ist at 406-488-2510. formation to community
Center classroom. This is a Through its Public Life groups and businesses.
certified CPR class with au- Saving Program, the ambu- For more information
tomated external defibrillator lance service provides edu- about the CPR training class
(AED) training. Individuals cation on important lifesav- or the Public Life Saving Pro-
that complete the training will ing skills including CPR and gram, please call Josh King,
receive a CPR card. There defibrillator use, first aid train- Richland Co. director of
will be a $15 registration fee ing, stroke identification and Richland County Ambulance
to cover the cost of the cards other essential skills to pre- at 406-488-2180.
Baby Bonanza Planned For June 7
tional Church has planned
to raise money to redecorate
the church nursery; indi-
easily pay for the items. Com-
munity members also may 25% OFF
the “1 st Annual Baby Bo- vidual sellers will retain all donate items if they wish;
nanza” to be held Saturday money from merchandise monies from donated items
June 7, from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. they sell. One room will be will go to the church. A bake
“Baby Bonanza” is an set up for larger items such sale will be held coinciding
indoor garage sale that will as cribs and other furniture, with “Baby Bonanza” with all
enable community members
to sell infant and children’s
while the church’s lawn will
be available for outdoor toys
money raised going to the
Daily Door Prizes
clothing, toys, furniture and and play sets to be dis- Please contact Penny Refeshments & Popcorn Served
misc. items. Community played. Large items inside Filler at 406-488-1410 or
members can rent a table for and outside will be num- firstname.lastname@example.org for
$5 or two tables for $8; table
rental fees will go the church
bered to correspond to the
seller’s table, so buyers can
more information or to re-
serve a table; space is lim-
GOOD CENTS STORE
A Community Service of
Located at the End of East Main • Sidney, MT
Nortana Grain/CHS Nutrition & Phone: 406-488-5008
Please drop donations off during store hours:
Winfield Solutions Monday-Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. • Saturday 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Call 488-5008 to make donation arrangements if unable to drop off during store hours.
Will Host a Customer Appreciation Steak Feed
Tuesday, June 9 • 5 p.m.
We Will Have Two Short Programs
Winfield Solutions & their chemical company representatives will
discuss the new chemicals that are out this year.
CHS Nutrition & New Generation Feeds will discuss how they can
help you with your livestock needs this summer.
There will be plenty of time following the programs for one on
one discussion relating to your operation & your particular
We Will Have Special Pricing On Your Summer/Fall RT3 &
Cornerstone Needs. You Won’t Want To Miss This Booking
Opportunity!! Prices Only Good This Evening.
Please Plan For Good Steak, A Good Meeting &
A Good Time To Be Shared With Your Neighbors &
The Crew From Nortana Grain.
406-433-3014 215 E. Main
ence the Eagle Country Difference!
HAVE A COLD ONE AT THE PUB WHILE YOU'RE IN SIDNEY FOR THE RODEO THIS WEEKEND!
Take “Time Out” From 4-6PM When All Domestic Beers Are Only $1.50 DOUBLE POINTS
twice daily from 10-11 For Gaming Club Members
Watch All Your Favorite Sports Action On
20 PLASMA TVS & Microbrews 20 POKER & KENO MACHINES
& Casino With MLB Extra Innings, Rodeo & in the Pub’s Spacious Private Casino
The Golf Channel On Satellite! Make This The Home with Many Great Games & Comfortable
804 S. Central Ave• 406-433-4636 DON’T MISS YOUR FAVORITE SUMMER SPORTS VEIWING! For All Sports Fans! Seating for Your Enjoyment!
4 ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008
10 pc. 22 MEALS $ 99 VALUE POPCORN
Summer Feast 4.99 $
Bite Sized 11am - 2pm • 4 -8 pm M-F • Sat & Sun 11am - 4pm
5.99 w/Drink KFC Flavor! Sunday Buffet 11am - 2:30pm
WITH MEGA JUG! 202 East Main, Sidney, MT • 433-4554
Mary and Rory Carda, Owners
Firemen’s Annual Dr. Dirt
Breakfast "Do As I Say"
Sunday, June 1 • 6 a.m. - 1 p.m. By Jerry Kessler
I am one of the worst
No More, describes advice-
giving as a prominent part of
Sidney Fire Hall golfers in Sidney. Ironically
enough, my son is one of the
codependency. Yes I said dis-
Serving sausage, french toast, scrambled eggs, juice & coffee best young golfers in the area. ease. It is by far the most com-
Last week I asked him if he mon addiction in our society.
has learned anything from The desire to manipulate and
Free Will Donation • Come Support Our Firemen • Rides & Fun For The Kids me – about golf or anything control others usually arises
else . . . There was an uncom- as a response to being in a
fortable silence; then he tried relationship where one part-
to answer diplomatically. ner is an alcoholic, and the
June Information & Events “Dad, I have learned
other (a non-drinker) essen-
tially goes crazy trying to con-
CPR Training Class - Saturday, June 7 “How could that be?” I trol their partner’s behavior.
The Richland County Ambulance Service will be holding a cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training class asked. Codependency is de-
Saturday, June 7 at 1:00 p.m. in the Sidney Health Center classroom. This is a Certiﬁed CPR class with auto- “Well,” he said with re- scribed as obsession with
mated external deﬁbrillator (AED) training. There will be a $15.00 registration fee. flection, “I try to do as you say other peoples’ lives. If you’re
– not as you do.” codependent, you don’t
If you are interested in attending this training course, please call the Sidney Clinic receptionist at (406) 488- That was a left-handed know what your own feelings
2510. compliment if I ever heard are, but you are obsessed
one; and it could also be my with what the other guy is
epitaph. “Do as I say – not as doing and feeling. You al-
HealthWorks Fun Run - Saturday, June 28th I do.” It’s true. I’m a lousy ex- ways give advice. You believe
Healthworks Annual Fun Run will be held in conjunction with the Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture’s cuse for a golfer. I’m also other people “need” your
Town and Country Festival set for Saturday, June 28. The Fun Run starts at 8:00 a.m. in the Sidney Health Center weak in basketball and foot- help, and have the false no-
ER parking lot. ball. I can’t skate worth a darn. tion that everything you do is
I was a “good field no hit” done for unselfish reasons.
All ﬁtness levels and age groups are welcome for the 5K Walk/Run or 10K Run. There’s also a one-mile run for
baseball player. I was a good While “helping others” may,
the kids! All participants receive a 2008 T-shirt. To register, call HealthWorks at 406-488-4631. soccer goalie, though. I also in fact, be helpful – it also
had good running endur- leads to subtle (and not so
Sidney Clinic ance (I completed 11 mara- subtle) changes in the per-
VISITING SPECIALISTS PROVIDERS:
thons) but wasn’t very fast.
And I had some success as
a coach – but those days are
sonalities of both the giver
and the receiver.
Like so many other
BACK SPECIALIST MATERNAL/FETAL FAMILY MEDICINE long gone. vices, I must also admit to
Dr. Scott, Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Jackson • O. Pete Council, MD People used to think I having this one. Most health
June 11th Susan Landgren, • Paul Johnson, MD was pretty smart. But people care providers are
Please Note: Patients are seen on Genetic Counselor aren’t impressed by smart codependent. They enjoy
• Carlos Treviño, MD
a referral basis. No date scheduled at time of print landscapers. When prospec- giving advice, feeling help-
tive clients see how many ful, and being thanked for
Sidney Clinic - Suite #108 Sidney Clinic - Suite #102 INTERNAL MEDICINE “dog spots” my lawn has, they their activities. Teachers,
Toll Free: 1-800-331-7575 Phone: 1-406-237-5888 don’t care how smart I am. preachers, spouses, friends,
• Rajohn Karanjai, MD
ext. 2277 or 488-2277 They want results. You might, neighbors, and even land-
• Craig Levy, MD
NERVES in fact, disregard my land- scapers also like getting pats
Dr. Echeverri, Neurologist • Shirley Noronha, MD
CANCER scaping advice altogether – on the back. Unfortunately,
June 5th & 19th • Edward Pierce, MD if you knew how pathetic my the desire to help excessively
Dr. Nieva, Oncologist
June 11th & 18th Medical Arts Bldg. lawn has looked lately. can become controlling. In-
Sidney Clinic - Suite #103 Toll Free: 1-800-648-6274 ENT (Head & Neck Surgery) Why should my par-golf- terfering with the lives of oth-
Dr. Yves Meyer, Neurologist • Brett Bennion, MD ing son take advice from his ers can do more harm than
Toll Free: 1-800-331-7575
double-bogeying father? For good.
ext. 2510 or 488-2510 June 18th
that matter, why should any- Codependency has in-
Medical Arts Building GENERAL SURGERY one take advice on anything filtrated our governmental
EYES Toll Free: 1-866-822-1530 • Edward Bergin, MD – especially from someone policies. Hilary Clinton says
Dr. Raymond, Ophthalmologist Dr. O’Brien, Neurologist who doesn’t demonstrate “it takes a village to raise a
June 6th June 13th ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY proficiency at the activity in child.” Many people think the
Medical Arts Bldg. Medical Arts Bldg. question? For example, government should get out of
• Lotﬁ Ben-Youssef, MD
Toll Free: 1-800-735-4926 Toll Free: 1-800-332-7156 should you listen to a ciga- child-rearing business,
rette-smoking doctor who is though. Not that there
URINARY SYSTEM OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY fat and lazy? Or listen to an shouldn’t be some safe-
HEART Dr. Shahin, Urologist • Constantine Scordalakes, MD accountant who can’t bal- guards, but government
Dr. Degnan, Cardiologist June 13th & 27th ance his own books? Or trust doesn’t have a good track
June 20th Sidney Clinic - Suite #114 PODIATRIC MEDICINE a minister who doesn’t follow record on managing per-
Medical Arts Building the Ten Commandments? sonal matters. For example,
Toll Free: 1-800-624-7701 • Michael LaPan, DPM
Toll Free: 1-800-332-7156 And should you take advice if money is borrowed irre-
Dr. Schreiber, Urologist from a marriage counselor sponsibly, there should be
Dr. Apostol, Cardiologist June 10th
PATHOLOGY who has been through a consequences – instead of
Medical Arts Building • John Andelin, MD messy divorce? having another government
Medical Arts Building Toll Free: 1-800-648-6274 Is advice worth the pro- bailout.
Toll Free: 1-866-862-6399 verbial paper it’s written on? Giving advice, and inter-
MRI SCANNER Should kids listen to their fering in other people’s busi-
MRI Truck - Here Every Wed. • Gregory Faul, MD parents anymore? Should ness, is a tendency that is
we trust politicians and pro- rampant in our society. For
NURSE PRACTITIONERS fessionals who have disap- example, I should keep my
• Patti Iversen, FNP pointed us in the past – and mouth shut the next time I feel
214 14th Ave SW • Sidney, MT don’t demonstrate any more like giving my son advice on
• Charlene Pontoriero, FNP
“expertise” than the average his golf game, or anything
Toll Free: • Wendy Wiltzen, FNP Joe? Perhaps we should all else. He can figure it out on
1-800-331-7575 turn a deaf ear to the flood of his own. And I should con-
“well-meaning advice” we centrate on my own golf
One EASY Call: hear every day. swing. Too much advice is
488-2510 Melody Beattie, in her
classic book, Codependent
detrimental to his health –
ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008 5
Local Agriculture Teacher Selected Summer Activities
For National Agriscience Teacher • Preschool
• Swim Lessons
Ambassador Academy Crystal Johnson
• Library-Summer Reading Program
Crystal Johnson, think critically and become AgriScience Teacher Ambas- Teacher Ambassadors rep-
Richey High School FFA in- engaged in the learning pro- sador Academy Division of resenting their home states.
structor, is one of 28 spe- cess, and then help other ag the National FFA Organiza- In the fall, these teachers will
cially selected agricultural teachers as you provide tion. then deliver workshops at the
science education teachers workshops”, said Colleen “These teachers will national FFA convention in
from 26 states across the Griswold, one of the teach- have hands-on laboratory Indianapolis, Ind. and the
United States to spend a ers attending in 2007. experience learning about national conference of the
week at Chesapeake Farms Sponsored by DuPont stream monitoring, water National Association of Agri-
in Chestertown, MD, learning and supported by Lab Aids, quality and genetically modi- cultural Educators, Charlotte,
how to incorporate inquiry the week-long academy will fied organisms.” NC. Eventually it is a goal to Infants to 12 years old • Infant & Toddler Certified
based instruction and higher focus on the scientific side of The teachers will study have ambassadors in every Hours: M-F; 6am-6pm
level science principles into
the existing curriculum.
agriculture, specifically envi-
ronmental issues, water as a
key agriscience issues and
receive many resources,
state in the nation.
The National FFA Orga-
623 N. Central, Sidney, MT • 406-488-7337
Johnson, in turn, will serve resource, genetics and fluid ideas and techniques to in- nization, formerly known as
as part of a national network mechanics. tegrate into their classrooms, the Future Farmers of
of Agriscience Teacher Am- “Providing new and en- including a variety of literacy America, is a national youth Under New Management
bassadors working with gaging instructional methods strategies. They will also tour organization of 495,046 stu-
teachers to integrate science of science education to agri- the Delaware Biotechnology dent members – all prepar- Farmer’s Kitchen
education into the agriculture cultural education students Institute and DuPont Labs. ing for leadership and ca- Richey, MT • 406-773-5533
classroom. offers unique challenges and Dr. Brian Myers, assis- reers in the science, busi-
Greg, Tracey & Peyton Sodt
“The National opportunities to the agricul- tant professor at the Univer- ness and technology of agri-
Agriscience Teacher Ambas- tural educator, who is quite sity of Florida, will also work culture – as part of 7,242 lo- GRAND OPENING JUNE 1, 2008
sador Academy is an oppor- often trained in areas of tra- with the teachers on effective cal FFA chapters in all 50
tunity to learn with a dynamic ditional production-focused methods of teaching Inquiry- states, Puerto Rico and the Sundays: All You Can Eat Soup & Salad Bar and
group of agriculture science agriculture,” said Larry Based lessons and how to Virgin Islands. The National Lunch Buffet
teachers who each have the Gossen, local program suc- teach adults. FFA Organization changed
Mondays-Fridays: Daily Lunch Specials w/
goal to better their classroom cess specialist in the educa- Teachers will serve as to its present name in 1988,
by challenging students to tion at the National National Agriscience in recognition of the growth
and diversity of agriculture Hours: Sunday: 7 a.m.-2 p.m.
and agricultural education. Monday: 7 a.m.- 3 p.m.
The FFA mission is to make
Tuesday: 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
a positive difference in the
lives of students by develop- Wednesday: 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
ing their potential for premier Thursday: 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
leadership, personal growth Friday: 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
and career success through Saturday:7 a.m.-3 p.m.
agricultural education. Visit
www.ffa.org for more informa- Other services offered: Packaged bakery items for
tion. sale, catering, decorated cakes
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SHS BPA Students Attend National Leadership Conference
Thirty Sidney High
School BPA students, accom-
panied by their advisor,
Elaine Stedman, and chap-
erone, Deb Prevost, recently
traveled to their National
Leadership Conference in
Reno, NV. While they were in
attendance at the conference,
students participated in a
variety of competitive events,
attended workshops, and
were able to see many local
attractions. They joined other
Montana BPA students in an
excursion to the National
Bowling Center which
houses 300 bowling lanes.
They were also able to tour a
planetarium and view a
wide-format production and
take a cruise on Lake Tahoe.
Afton Garland was a na-
tional finalist in the Integrated
Office Applications event,
placing tenth nationally. She
was awarded a medal and
voucher for MOUS certifica-
tion. The BPA students and
Mrs. Stedman would like to
thank the community, staff,
and Sidney High School for
all the support given to their
organization during the Front row (L to R): Michelle Byer, Nicole Ziler, Sara McMillen, Cerina AzureKjorstad,
many fundraisers held to Megan Harris, Kari Sergent, Brooke Roth, Chelsey Stevens, Katrina Wilhelm and
raise money to participate in Afton Garland Laci Lewis. Second row (L to R): Amanda Kessel, Tara Mathern, Melissa Asbeck,
this event. Krissy Henson, Jeromy Hardy, Laura Kuylen, Richard Heckler, Josi Tippett and
Jenna Welnel.Third row (L to R); Kynzie Brown, Alison Binder, Tessa Rau, Marshall
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1111 - 11th Avenue SW • Watford City, ND
• 1962 Ford Half Ton Pickup • 1962 Ford 2 Ton Truck • 1962 Lincoln Convertible; • Road Ranger Pull Type
• 1964 Ford Half Ton Pickup • 1959 Ford 2 Ton Truck Previously Owned By Richard Camper; Double Axle, Fifth
• 1965 Ford Half Ton Pickup & Karen Carpenter Of “The Wheel
Carpenters” Recording Fame
• Firewood • (8) Tubing Joints; 97⁄8”; 30’ To 16’ • (2) Trailer Axle • Pallet Of 4’ X 4’ Sheets Of
• (5) Gates; 20’ Long X 6’ High • Round Culvert; 16” • Pallet Of Elevator Cups (Make Plywood
• Wood Posts • (2) Tv Antenna Stands; 11’ Good Bolt Storage Bins) • (2) Bath Tubs
• Steel Posts • (4) Pallets Of Glass Block • Roll Of 3/4” Water Pipe • Assortment Of Cabinets
• (5) Long R.E.A. Poles • (16) Pallets Of Gray Sand • (2) School Desks • Dressers
• 2” Tubing Rocks • Car Sets • Church Pew
• (2) Joints Drill Pipe; 30’ Long • 8’ X 8’ Trailer House Shed • Compactor • Display Racks
• (7) End Joints; 41⁄2”; 30’ To 16’ • (6) Bird Feeders • Microwave • Crib
Lengths • (1) Metal Flower Sculpture w/ • (3) Kitchen Tables • Assortment Of Doors And
• (6) Casing Joints; 7” Six Flowers • Swamp Cooler Windows
SHOP & GARAGE TOOLS
• Coal Or Wood Burning Stove • (7) Gas Cans • Motor Stand • Valve Re-facer
For Shop • Pallet Of Tools (Need Repairs) • Propane Heater • Safety Cage For Truck Tires
• (2) Diesel Tanks w/ Stand • Pallet Of Sprayers • Military Ammo Box w/ 3/4” • Running Boards For 1996
• Truck Winch • Fire Safe Socket Set Ford Extended Cab
• (30) Sixteen Inch Chisel Plow • Grain Bin Moisture Tester; 6’ • 3.5 Ton Hoist • Ford F250 Grill; 1997
Sweeps • Roll Up Door Opener • 14 Log Chains; Various • (15) Five Gallon Buckets Filled
• Oliver Hay Rake • Pallet Of Miscellaneous Shop Lengths With Miscellaneous Bolts
• Pickup Box Trailer Items And Parts • 32’ Log Chain w/ 3/4” Links; • (2) Barrel Stands
• John Deere 7’ Mower • Pick Up Tool Box High Tensile Steel • 6’ Table
• Ford 3 Point Hitch Mower • Bolt Rack; 3’ X 6’; Full Of Bolts • Assortment Of Castor Wheels • Variable Speed Band Saw; 12”
• Five By Eight Trailer • Bolt Rack; 8’ X 6’; Full Of Bolts • (2) Ten Ton Jacks • Brake Booster For Two Ton
• New Tire Chains; 235-5-85r-16 • Set Of Car Ramps • Pallet Of Electric Motors Truck; New
CEMENT & CONTRACTOR EQUIPMENT
• Box Of Concrete Anchors • Wall Vibrator • (3) Trailer House Water Valves • 32” Screen Door
• (2) Buckets Of Anchor Bolts • Dirt Packer • (6) House Jacks • Assorted Chimney Pipe
• (9) Barriers • Power Trowel • Trailer Load Of Shelving And • Electric Garage Door Opener
• Metal Sidewalk Forms • Jack Hammer Baskets • Miscellaneous Lumber
• Miscellaneous Forms • Miscellaneous Cement Tools • Assorted Storm Doors & • Garbage Dumpster On Wheels
• Dye & Stencils • (2) Wheel Barrows Windows
• Floor Vibrator • (2) Hydrants • Propane Furnace w/ Pipes
• Recliner Chair • Assorted Books And • Canning Jars • Fireplace Tools
• Bean Bag Chair Magazines • Ceiling Fan • Dart Board
• (4) Stools • Knick Knacks • Old Metal Tonka Toys (Used) • Roll Of Linoleum
• Child’s Chair • Wicker Baskets Including Graders, Cranes, • (2) Sewing Machines; Necchi
• Bunk Bed • Assorted Craft Items Dozer, Jeep, Earth Mover, (Used Very Little) And Singer
• Closet Organizer (To Build In) • Laundry Hampers Dump Truck & Cement Mixer • Brown Hi-lex Jugs
CARY GARMANN MERCHANDISE
• 420 Versatile Combine • Gambles Riding Mower; 11 HP • Pickup Tool Boxes • Cream Cans; Tractor Seats,
• 241 IH Round Baler • Big Valley Head Gate • Weber BBQ Grill; Brinkman Old Lanterns, School Desks,
• John Deere 7 Wheel Rake • Pig Shelters Smoker Old Buffet
• 502 Oliver Swather (For Parts) • Feed Trough • Lawn Chairs; Leaf Shredder; • Old Bicycles
• 210 John Deere Yard Tractor; • Wooden Posts Leaf Vacuum; Leaf Sweeper • Many Other Older And
38” Cut, w/ Snow Blower & • Steel Fence Posts • Old Chairs And Tables Miscellaneous Items Too
Tiller • Barbed Wire & Pig Fence • Old Stationary Motor (Not Numerous To List
• John Deer 60 Garden Tractor • Fluorescent And Mercury Lights Running)
• Table Lamps
• Plow for Garden Tractor • Electric Tools • Singer Sewing Machine • Old Xmas Excessories
• Yamaha Mini Enduro “no • Old Nail Gun • Sewing Machine Desk w/ • Pickling Crock
rear wheel” • Cattle Duster Chair • Avon Collectables-In Boxes
• Aluminum Ford Rims • Cattle Halter • Wooden End Tables • Old Tins
• Old Boat Motor • Old Barn Trollie • Wrought Iron Wine Rack • Oil Lamps
• Port-o-Power • Corn Husker • Serving Tray • Blue Mason Jars w/Lids
• Wooden Creeper • Hay Hooks • Picnic Basket Set • Lots of Canning Jars
• Industrial Fans • Old Suitcase • Tapestry w/Rod • Vases
• Electric Motors • (4) Old Trunks • Stain Glass Hanging Lamps • Wall Decorations
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Asian Bodywork & Natural Therapy Ribbon Cutting
The Asian Bodywork & Natural Therapy ribbon cutting was held last week in Sidney at 711 S. Lincoln. Pictured are: (L to R) Sidney Chamber Ambassador Hazel
Larson, friend Helen Schmitt, friend Susan Smith, Dan and Srining Danielson, Sidney Chamber director Wade Van Every and Sidney Chamber Ambassador Enid
Houtari. Srining can be reached at 406-488-9169.
Sidney Middle School held its annual award ceremony for the school year 2007-
2008 on Wednesday, May 21. Most Improved students in four disciplines were
Middle School Awards congratulated with applause from their classmates and faculty as they were
awarded a plaque representing their achievement. Pictured (L to R) are Most
Pictured (L to R) are Kiwanis Most Outstanding 8th Grade Girl Nichole Peters, the Improved Science Student Sarah Watson, Most Improved Math Student Alexis
Ray A. Kroc Achievement Award winner Madeline Warner and the Kiwanis Most Dynneson and Most Improved History Student Nicole Green. Not pictured is
Outstanding 8th Grade Boy Zach Hoffman. Most Improved History Student, Daniel Johnson.
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we have awarded 128 scholarships totaling $134,750. These scholarships are
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Senner Receives 2008 DEKALB
Agricultural Accomplishment Award
Kyle Senner, Richey State FFA office. Crystal As the winner of the
High School, was recently Johnson is Senner’s agricul- 2008 award, Senner’s name
presented the school’s high- tural education instructor at will be recorded on a perma-
est agricultural honor, the Richey High School. nent plaque displayed at
DEKALB Agricultural Accom- This year, the DEKALB Richey High School.
plishment Award, sponsored Agricultural Accomplishment Monsanto, a long-time
by Monsanto Company. Award celebrates its 61st an- supporter of agricultural edu-
Senner, the son of Brad niversary. Over these 61 cation, FFA, 4-H and other
and Paulette, received the years more than 160,000 farm youth organizations and
award for excellence in aca- high school seniors from initiatives, has sponsored the
demics, leadership and ag- across the country have re- DEKALB Agricultural Accom-
ricultural work experience. ceived the award, which has plishment Award, named for
Senner’s significant experi- become a symbol for excel- its brand of seed, since 1998.
ence and accomplishments lence and the school’s high- Monsanto is a leading glo-
have included class valedic- est agricultural honor. In bal provider of technology-
torian, 2007-2008 Most Inspi- 2007, over 2,000 students based solutions and agricul-
rational in basketball and from high schools in 48 of the tural products that improve
FFA State degree. He was 50 states were recognized farm productivity and food
most recently chosen for a with the award. quality.
car and pickup, along with his household
and guest consignors Cindy Aaser 701-527-0713
has decided to slow down a little and decided to
and Phil Siegle 406-796-2676
day so come spend a few hours with us. Hope to
see you sale day!
• 2262 Gale Swing Swather, 14 ft. w/
Your 70 Annual Meeting
th conditioner • 5580 Heston Round Baler
May 31, 2008, At 11:00 am w/electric tie, many new parts
Wibaux, MT • Road will be marked
Wednesday, June 4
Directions: Hwy 7, South of the Wibaux Nursing Home GUEST CONSIGNOR - PHIL SIEGLE
• JD 425 garden tractor w/hydraulic driven tiller
& 48" deck mower w/bagger
• JD 70 diesel tractor w/ tricycle front end,
new tires, very nice, parade ready
• C Forney arc welder
• 1978 Scottsdale 10 Chev pickup, 4x4,
• Stackon Tool Box
auto transmission, less than
3,000 miles on new engine
• Combination open box wrenches • Lawn Boy lawn mower, JD
lawn mower w/bagger
• Bench grinder, saws, levels, • 72 piece Tyco RailMaster Elect. Trail set
carpenter tools (used once, in original box, could be collector)
• Hydraulic jacks, misc chains • Glennfield 30.30 lever action rifle, w/Simonds
3x9x40 wide angle scope
• Hammers, punches, chisels • 119 Oak Potbelly Stove w/chrome
• Shovels, forks, brooms top & belly ring
Registration/Dinner 5:30 p.m.
• Cast Iron Southbend seat (rough)
• Air compressor hose • International Elect. Cream Separator
• Hoes, rakes • Old oak cabinet
• Old wrench, old License
plates (20's & 30"s)
Business Meeting 6:30 p.m. • Aluminum ext. ladder
• Bench vise
• Wheel barrel
• Horse Hames, collars, copper boilers
• Old Model T & Chev grills, one is chrome
• Old hand crank separator
• Maytag washing machine motor
• Old Farm Books
GARDEN • Cream can
• Child Care• Door Prizes • Roto tiller
• Garden hoses, soaker hoses
• Lawn Sprinklers
• 1908 wagon parts
• Shovels, rakes, spades, hand cultivator
• 10 ft wood step ladder
• 20 ft aluminum ladder
• Officer Elections HOUSEHOLD
International Harvester Chest Freezer
Kenmore Washer & Dryer
• 2" transfer water pump
w/Briggs & Stratton Motor
• 1" jet elect. Pump
• Entertainment Center
• 6 Luck of the Draw Scholarship
• Hotpoint side-by-side Refrig/Freezer
• Waterbed frame, white dresser
• Kitchen table, end tables • 2 Kerosene heaters
• Homemade pine 5 drawer dresser
Drawings (Member Parent/Guardian AND •
2 fish tanks
• Wood interior door w/casing
• Older Buffet w/ mirror (nice)
• Misc. pictures
• Desk, end tables, old wood trunk
Student MUST BE PRESENT to be eligible to win) • Misc. Kitchen supplies
• Red Devil Vaccum
• Buzz saw mounted on trailer
w/ Wisconsin engine
• Dresser w/mirror • Hydraulic driven log splitter
w/5-1/2 horse Honda Engine
VEHICLES • Old potato plow
• 2 row potato planter
• 1986- 34 FT Oncore
motor home by Eldorado • 1 row horse cultivator
• 1984- 250 Ford Diesel
pickup, 4 sp, supercab
• 1987- Mercury Topas GS
• Shop built trailer
• Car tote trailer
Lower Yellowstone REA Bill Begger
• Springfield Sewing Machine
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(Continued from page 1) potatoes, will
ers and single dryer that also be
make up the communal laun- grown in the
dry room. fields.
Cleaning is a major part R e -
of the women’s daily life. cently, the
When they aren’t respon- women have
sible for the cooking, they are been busy
cleaning. Cabinets and with butcher-
stainless steel surfaces are ing some
scrubbed each week as well 150 fryer
as the floors. chickens.
The kitchen is where the The colony
colony eats all of their meals doesn’t have
together. The room is long any laying
and open but set up with the chickens.
different stations. Toward the During this
back, a long sterile looking event, the en-
silver butchering table is set tire colony
up. Adjacent to it is where the works to-
women prepare all of the gether to get
fruits and vegetables for can- the job done.
ning. W i t h
In the center of the room, three dairy
five long cafeteria style cows, they
benches are set up for the also make
dining. As Esther prepares their own
the scrambled eggs, Bar- butter and
bara begins setting the table mozzarella
with white glass plates and and cheddar Prairie Elk Hutterite Colony women wear customary long length dresses and head coverings which they make themselves.
delicate, white coffee mugs. cheese and Here they are pictured assisting with the butchering and cleaning of chickens. This is one of many tasks that the women
The silverware is plain and bake a wide do communally to help keep the colony running smoothly.
no table cloths are used. variety of
Breakfast is served breads. with cantaloupes, water- Farmers Market. Baking in 40 dozen sacks of buns. aprons and long sleeved
promptly at 7 a.m. After harvest, several melon and other fruits and two teams, these women will During the cold winter blouses for the women and
When the time comes to women will take boxes piled vegetables to the annual bring a host of apple and june months, they keep them- black jeans and white long
eat, all of the women will eat berry pies as well as dozens selves busy with sewing sleeved shirts for the men.
on one side and the men will of loaves of bread and some long dark colored dresses,
eat on the other. The 13 chil-
dren also eat at their own
separate, designated area.
The women are suc-
cessful at multi-tasking. As
they prepare breakfast, they
are also using their time to
cut up fresh fruits and veg-
etables for later meals. It is
also the time when they mari-
nate meats and make dress-
Lunch is served at 11:30
a.m. and supper begins at 6
Not all of the women’s
chores take place indoors.
They will also spend a great
deal of time tending their acre
large garden which will be
bursting with fruits and veg-
etables. “Last year, the weeds
were taking over, so this year ®
we are going to move it,” ex- Barbara Walter cleans up the kitchen following lunch.
plains Annie Marie. Some of She is one of over a dozen women who take turns
the crops, such as corn and cooking for the entire colony for one week.
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Cell: (701) 770-0250 (701) 572-7741 • 1-800-319-7741 701-572-4748
Stop in at our New Location 4 Miles West of Williston! Williston, ND Mon - Sat: 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. • Sun: Noon - 5:30 p.m.
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Meet Me At The Enjoy the great outdoors this year!
IN ADDITION TO CARS,
TRUCKS & FARM IMPLEMENTS
Double Barrel! The Fun Things WE HAVE
Happy Hour: 5 - 7 p.m. Mon - Fri
For Summer TIRES FOR
Prime Rib Served
Every Friday & No Origination Fee •Horse Trailers
5 - 10 p.m. Low Interest Rates •Boat Trailers
•Utility Trailers •Tillers If we don’tget it! it,
Dining Room Open •Campers •More We can also
5-9 p.m. Sun - Thurs
Western Tire Co.
5-10 p.m. Fri - Sat
401 Ellery Avenue Fairview, MT www.richlandfcu.com
406-742-8110 124 N. Central Ave. • Sidney, MT (406) 482-2704
1601 SOUTH CENTRAL • SIDNEY, MONTANA
10 a.m. - 2 a.m. Daily 18 East 2nd St. • Culbertson, MT (406) 787-5890 433-3858 • Open 7-5:30 M-F & 7-Noon Sat.
Kids Fishing Day '08 GETTING ‘EM STARTED HAS NEVER BEEN
EASIER. OR MORE FUN.
Kids Fishing Day, sponsored by the MonDak Chapter of Walleyes
Unlimited was held recently at Gartside Lake near Sidney. Over
150 sixth-graders from throughout Richland County took part in
the educational event featuring water safety, fish identification, fly
fishing, hypothermia and general fishing instructions. Each
youngster went home with a free rod and reel combo.
• Big fun for the whole family in an all-new package, the YZ-styled four-stroke-powered TT-R110E begs to be
ridden by everyone from bigger kids to adults. • Torquey/powerful 110cc air-cooled SOHC four- stroke powerplant
is tuned for maximum off-road performance in a wide range of trail conditions. • Class-exclusive four-speed
auto-clutch transmission has an easily accessible gear for nearly any terrain. • Convenient electric starter for
effortless starting. • A seat height of only 26.4 inches makes this one accessible to most riders, but 7.1 inches of
ground clearance and great suspension at both ends mean it can go places.
Yamaha Motor Corp.
6555 Katella Ave.
Cypress, CA 90630
1645 S. Central Ave. • Sidney, MT • 406-433-6635
Professional rider depicted on a closed course.
Is Ready For
You & Your Family
Pool • Darts • Live Cards • Poker & Keno Machines
Serving Nightly Dining Specials
Tuesday - Saturday
Tuesday: Chicken Fried Steak - $9.00 • Overnight Campers Welcome
Wednesday: Ribeye Steak - $18.00
Thursday: Philly Steak Sandwich
• Picnic Area • Restrooms
or French Dip w/1 side - $9.00 • Playground • Boat Ramp
Friday: Perch or Halibut - $16.00
Saturday: Prime Rib $18.00 or
North of Sidney on Hwy 200, then east
When the Fishing on County Road 128
2 lbs of Crab Legs - $30.00
is Done... Sidney's Original Sports Bar
For More Information Call:
Come On In! Come check our prices on off sale beer. • Downtown Sidney •
12 ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008
summer Awareness Program
The Montana Moose Program this year. They were
Youth Awareness Program Sarah-Anne Fletcher, Blair
for 2007-2008 concluded Troudt, Cor tnee Fischer,
with Sarah-Anne Fletcher, daughter of Joey and Stacy
daughter of Robert and Fischer and Jill Sharp
Laura Fletcher, Sidney as the daughter of John and
state winner. She declined a Sammie Sharp.
trip to the International Con- These four students at-
gress for personal reasons tended the Student Congress
and received a $200 schol- held on Nov. 10, 2007 with Sarah-Anne Fletcher Blair Troudt
arship from the Montana presentations from Tim
Moose Council of Higher Anderson (Drug and Alco- talks the students had to dents from Capital High
Degrees. Runner up for the hol), Helen Schmitt (Domes- complete a written report tell- School Honor Society, Hel-
state of Montana was Blair tic Violence Coordinator, Bul- ing about their presentation ena.
Troudt, daughter of Lee and lying) and Bob Burnison to the students. Each student Sidney Moose Lodge
Renee Troudt, Sidney. She (Dare Program). Students had to give a minimum of and Sidney Chapter wishes
attended the International then prepared talks to three “Kids Talks” to qualify. to thank all members of the
Congress in Tampa, FL, to present to children ages 4-9 These reports were turned in community who assisted us
meet and present her “Kids in the community. Arrange- to the Montana Moose State in conducting and presenting
Talk” to other state winners ments were made with area Youth Awareness Coordina- the Moose Awareness Pro-
Paid for by Richard Cayko, Fairview, MT in the United States. Boys & Girls Club, Girl Scout tor Don Maltese, Helena. gram this past year. We will
Sidney had four partici- Leaders, and Day Care Cen- The completed talks were see you in the fall & winter
pants in the Youth Awareness ters. After completion of the judged by a group of stu- next year!
IT’S GOING TO Dakota West Credit Union & Fort Benton To Host Missouri
BE HOT! Members Contribute Money To River Rendezvous
Help Hospitalized Children The Missouri River Conservation District, in partnership
Crosley In an effort to aid children throughout its communities, with the Bureau of Land Management and PPL Montana are
Airconditioners Dakota West Credit Union raised $1,135.52 for Children’s hosting the First Annual Missouri River Rendezvous on June
Miracle Network by selling “Miracle Balloons” in their nine 19 in Fort Benton.
The 15 conservation districts adjacent to the Missouri
River from the headwaters in Gallatin County to the North
6,000 to 25,000 BTU In Stock In addition to the successful fundraiser, Dakota West
Dakota border in Richland County have banded together
Credit Union qualified for a Miracle Match Program through
and formed the Missouri River Conservation Districts Coun-
CO-OP Financial Services. Funds raised for Children’s
cil with the goal of ensuring that the Missouri River is sus-
Miracle Network will be matched dollar for dollar. All pro- tainable for future generations. The conservation district su-
ceeds from the “Miracle Balloon” fundraiser and the Miracle pervisors are committed to providing the landowners and
Match Program will go to MeritCare Children’s Hospital, river users in this 725-mile long river corridor, and the tribu-
Fargo, ND. taries, the best possible information and assistance as they
111 E. Main, Sidney • 433-2018 “Dakota West Credit Union believes in social responsi- live and work along the river.
bility,” said Denton Zubke, CEO. “Helping children is an im- The June 19 event will begin with an “invitation only”
portant aspect of that goal.” boat tour of CREP sites along the river from Fort Benton and
Children’s Miracle Network is a non-profit organization conclude with a 5 p.m. evening event open to the public at
MOVING SALE TIME: dedicated to saving and improving the lives of children by the Montana Ag Museum in Fort Benton. A CREP panel with
1:00 raising funds for children’s hospitals across North American. Glenn Patrick from the FSA, Rob Hazelwood for PPL Mon-
PM CDST Children’s Miracle Network hospitals provide the finest medi- tana, and Tom Hinz with the Wetlands Legacy program will
SUNDAY, JUNE 8TH, 2008 cal care, life-saving research and preventative education to explore the new amendments to the CREP program. A sec-
From Williston, ND - 16 Mi. East on Hwy. 1804, 5 Mi. South help kids overcome diseases and injuries of every kind. ond panel to discuss the federal management opportunities
LOCATION: on Paved Co. Rd. #15, Southwest of Lewis & Clark State
Park (Long Creek Subdivision). Signs will be posted.
AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Hank and Sheila Have Sold Their Lake Property And Thus We Will Be Selling EXTREMELY
will be led by individuals from the BLM, the Army Corps of
Engineers, and the Fish and Wildlife Service.
CLEAN And LIKE NEW MERCHANDISE. Camper, Boats, ATV's, & Mower, Are All Like New Condition, Very Well
Maintained & Low Hours. This Will Be A Short Auction So Please Be On Time. SPECIAL NOTE: There Will Be A
The MRCDC Coordinator, Vicki Marquis, will also be on
Drawing For A Gas Scooter, Remote Control Boat, & Car. You Will Not Want To Miss This Auction. Thanks Chad. hand to provide an update of the activities of the Council
“We Specialize in You.” from its inception to the present and thoughts on where the
Council will be headed in the next couple of years.
For more information, or to reserve your seat, please
Visiting Physician Schedule call Vicki at 468-0056 or Gayla at 468-2756.
2006 BigHorn Camper 2002 Triton Boat 2007 Kawasaki Mule
CAMPER TRAILERS Mon., June 9 ................... Foot Clinic
2006 BigHorn Fifth Wheel Camper, By Heartland 5x10 Utility Trailer • West Texas Car Dolly
Watford City Youth Baseball Schedules
3500RL Triple Slide, Full Awning, Loaded (Like
Senior Citizens Center: 9-11:15 a.m. & 1-4:45 p.m.; Horizons
New) GENERATORS & SHOP
Guardian Quietpack 55LP Generator 760cc V- T-Ball
BOATS & TROLLING MOTOR Twin 7000 Watt (NEW) • Generac 4000XL
Tues., June 17 ....... Dr. Blair Matheson June 2 - 9 a.m. - Bolken Park
2002 Triton Model 205, 201 2’ Boat, 225HP Generator • (2) 2400 PSI Pressure Washers 5.5
Yamaha V-Max 3.1 Liter Fuel Injection • 8 HP Hp(1 New In Box) • Mosquito Magnet • 2”
Yamaha Kicker, Electric Tilt, Stainless Steel Nylon Pull Rope • Gas Cans • Shovels • Creeper
Prop, GPS, 3 Depth Finders, Minnkota Trolling • 2x4 & 2x10 Lumber (New) • Brad Nailer •
General Surgeon Little League
Motor W/ Auto Pilot, Tandem Axle Trailer, Rock Makita Electric Sawzall • Makita 18V Drill, June 2 - 10:30 a.m. - Bolken Park
Guard, Loaded (Sharp!!!) • 1982 Lund 18’ Boat Circular Saw, Flashlight Combo • Dura craft
W/ 50HP Mercury Tiller • Minnkota 45 # Thrust Drill Press • Makita 1/2” Drill • Makita 4”
12V Trolling Motor Grinder • Skil Pad Sander • Log Chains • Brass Wed., June 18 ....... Dr. Robert Oatfield, Cal Ripken
Hose Couplers • Portable Air Tank • Large
Assortment Of Hand Tools Cardiologist June 2 - 10:30 a.m. - Softball Fields
ATV’S & ICE AUGER
2007 Kawasaki Mule Diesel 4x4, 46 Hrs, 203
Miles, Dump Box • 2007 Gorilla 4 Wheeler Husqvarna YTH 542 XP V-Twin Riding Lawn
MOWERS & YARD SPRAYER
2WD • Suzuki 125 4 Wheeler 2WD 1271 Miles Mower W/ Bagger, Mulcher, Hydrostatic, Only 48
• Strike Master Ice Auger W/10” Auger
Mon., June 23 ................. Foot Clinic
Hrs. • Master Craft Push Lawn Mower • 25 Gallon
Pull Type Yard Sprayer • Ryobi Weed Trimmer • 38” Horizons - 1-4:45 p.m.
COLLECTIBLES & HOUSEHOLD Lawn Sweeper • ATV Sprayer • Front Tine Garden
Iron Wood Sculpture Of Big Horn Sheep • Tiller
German Bowl W/ Lid & Six Cups (Old) • Canoe (406) 433-4757 222 2nd. Ave. SW
Coffee Table • Canoe Paddle End Table • Canoe HANK & SHEILA JAMAN, OWNERS *Immunizations can be scheduled 1-866-433-4757 Sidney, MT 59270
Shelf • Old Hardwood Chair • Hide A Bed • For Information Call 701-770-7089
Marble Vanity W/ Matching Mirror • Antique for Fridays by appointment.*
Wash Stand & Picture Stand • Men’s & Women’s For Pictures & Auction Listings Visit Website At
Golf Clubs • Sunbeam Gas Grill • Garden Hoses
• Patio Furniture • Small Pet Carrier • Rocking www.midwestauctions.com/smith
Chair • Cement Bench • Other Misc. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION,
Merchandise CALL 701-774-7645 or 701-770-7645
Terms: Cash or Good Check (U.S. Funds) with Proper ID. This listing is believed to be accurate but is in no way guaranteed. Not responsible for accidents.
CHAD SMITH – AUCTIONEER LIC #750 • Sports Injuries • DOT Physicals
LYJEAN SMITH – CLERK LIC #388 • Personal Injuries & Pain Conditions
LUNCH SERVED 701-842-3771 • 525 N Main • Watford City, ND
The most important Auction is YOUR Auction. www.midwestauctions.com/smith
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14 ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008
Johnson Receives 2008 Great
Books Great Teachers Award
Melissa Johnson, for- spirational leadership of over 30 years in the educa-
merly of Sidney, and a 5 th teachers like Melissa tion field. "She is very mod-
grade teacher at Eastanollee Johnson,” says George est and shrugs off compli-
Elementary School, Schueppert, president of the ments about her work as
Eastanolle, GA, is one of 16 Great Books Foundation. though she expects herself
teachers to receive a 2008 “The Foundation’s Shared and her students to excel.
Great Books Great Teachers Inquiry method of discussion She truly exemplifies the
award, according to Mary enables students to discover style of teaching and learn-
Kent Sweeton, a vice presi- the joys of reading and dis- ing that Great Books fosters.
dent of the Chicago-based cussing high-quality litera- To see her classes in action
nonprofit Great Books Foun- ture, but it’s the able guid- is confirmation that the Jun-
dation. ance of dedicated educators ior Great Books and shared
The award acknowl- such as Melissa that lead stu- inquiry model moves stu-
edges Melissa’s successful dents to that discovery.” dents well beyond mere re-
teaching, her use of Great “Ms. Johnson’s teaching call and well into higher lev-
Books in the classroom, and style is one that encourages els of thinking and learning.”
her commitment to creating students to discover knowl- Junior Great Books is
a community of teacher and edge and to follow “educa- used by more than one mil-
student learners in her tion trails” that lead to new lion students in all 50 states
school. Melissa joined her information and ways of and in countries around the
fellow award recipients in thinking. She is committed to world. Junior Great Books is
Chicago on April 25 to attend her work and to her students proven to help students de-
an awards dinner in their and this translates into a velop the essential skills of
honor. During their weekend trusting relationship that al- reading carefully, thinking
visit to Chicago, the 2008 lows for open communica- critically, listening intently,
Great Books Great Teacher tion, shared discussion, and and speaking and writing
honorees were also the an informed decision making persuasively. By combining
Foundation’s special guests process” Principal Jason age-appropriate literature
at Great Books Chicago Kaup’s recommendation. with the shared inquiry
2008, an annual event for One veteran professional method of discussion, Junior
Great Books enthusiasts that learning specialist who has Great Books brings literature
includes attending a variety been assisting the school for to life and helps students dis-
of cultural activities. the last couple of years indi- cover a joy of reading that
“While we strongly be- cated that Johnson’s imple- they will carry into adulthood.
George Schueppert, Great Books Foundation president, is shown with Melissa
lieve in the benefits of our mentation of the Junior The 2008 Great Books Johnson after she received the 2008 Great Books Great Teachers award.
Junior Great Books program, Great Books and shared in- Great Teachers were nomi-
we recognize that it cannot quiry model was one of the nated by their colleagues Alaska, Arizona, California, sor of the 2008 Great Books and Jennie Lee Johnson, all
help students without the in- best she has ever seen in and come from districts in Georgia, Maryland, Minne- Great Teachers. of Sidney.
sota, New York, Oregon, Melissa is the daughter She graduated from
Meeting financial objectives through mutual funds Pennsylvania, Texas, and of Juanita and the late Mike Sidney Senior High School
Washington DC. Johnson and the grand- in 1998, Williston State Col-
Investors have many goals - meaning great liquidity for investors. This Verizon is a proud spon- daughter of Lola Kemmis lege in 2000 and Mayville
retirement income, college education is not always the case with individual State University in 2002.
funding, saving for a vacation, bigger securities because some of them are not
house or new boat. And the list of widely traded. FARM
investment options available to help • The convenience factor - Mutual funds RETIREMENT SALE TIME:
meet those goals is almost as long as
the list of goals. Bank certificates of
are easily invested in, with most funds
offering options for automatic investing. 10:30
deposit, stocks, bonds, T-bills and This means you can save toward your AM CDST
money market accounts are all at the goals by having money taken right out of
ready for investors. But knowing which
is the right option often puzzles even the
your paycheck and applied to your mutual
fund account. So you don't ever need to
SATURDAY, JUNE 7TH, 2008
From Williston, ND - 13 Mi. North on Hwy. 2, 5 Mi. West
One critical and versatile option in the
worry about writing a check or
remembering to save. LOCATION: on Co. Rd. #8, 21⁄2 Mi. North on Co. Rd. #7 (Signs Posted)
AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Sonny and Gladys have decided to retire from farming. Thus, we will be selling a very good line of field-
mix is mutual funds. While some With mutual funds, values fluctuate with ready equipment. Major pieces have been shedded. We will start by selling tools, shop, and a few collectibles and household merchandise.
investors may have been put off by Guns will sell at approximately 12:00, then we will be selling equipment. Make plans to attend this fine auction. Thanks, Chad.
the value of the fund's holdings. But due
mutual funds because of the recent to mutual fund's diversification of holdings,
down market, the simple truth is that mutual fund price swings can be less
mutual funds historically remain one of dramatic than in individual stocks, as the
the best options available for meeting falling value of one holding may be offset
investors' short- and long-term goals. by the rising or unchanged value of
They offer variety, diversification, another. 1982 C-70 Single Axle Grain Truck 1995 John Deere 9600 Combine 1991 Ford 946 4WD Vermeer 505 Series L Round Baler
economies of scale and professional COMBINE • HEADERS • TRACTORS TILLAGE • AUGERS • OTHER EQUIP.
management that most other options do Before you invest, it always pays to study 1995 JD 9600 Combine – Duals, Hopper Ext., Straw Chopper, Morris Magnum II CP-740 42’ Cultivator w/ Drags, Valmar
Chaff Spreader, Extension Auger, Approx. 1990 Sep. Hrs. & 1655 Air Flow Applicator (700# Capacity), & John Blue NH3
not provide. And best of all, it's easy and different funds. You can find listings and 2750 Eng. Hrs, $15,000 Work Order, S# HO9600X660912 • Applicator • Westfield 10”x 51’ Auger w/ Swing Hopper •
painless to get started. reviews of funds in newspapers, JD 930 Rigid Straight Header w/ New Finger Reel & Bat
Reel • Header Trailer (Like New) • JD 214 Pickup Header
Mayrath 27’ Auger • Melroe 115 Spray Coupe w/ Cab •
1000 Gal. NH3 Tank • Swather Trailer • 18’ Header For
magazines and on Web sites. All • 1991 Ford 946 4WD Tractor – 4 Hyd, 4900 Hrs, Tires 20.8 Versatile Swather (Parts) • (2) 12’ Tandem Disks • (2) 1000
Mutual funds satisfy a wide range of companies that offer mutual funds will x 42, S# D476378 • 1976 JD 4430 w/ JD158 Loader & Gal. Fuel Tanks, (1) w/ Gas Boy Pump • (2) 300 Gal. Fuel
Grapple Fork – 540 PTO, 2 hydro, 3 pt Option, Quad Range Tanks on Stands • 24’ Rollo Flex Cultivator • 1300 Gal.
investment objectives and needs, with have prospectuses to give you an idea of S# 6404TR-09 Water Tank • Banjo Transfer Pump • FMC Pickup Sprayer
options for all personal risk tolerances their funds and their fund managers' GRAIN TRUCKS • Car Dolly • Honda 110 3-Wheeler • Generator Katolight,
4000 Watts, 115-230 Volts • Snapper Riding Lawn Mower •
and financial circumstances. Roughly 80 investment strategies (as well as their fees 1982 C-70 Single Axle Grain Truck, 2 ½ Ton, 366, w/5/2 Chrome LaVerne Grill Guard off of 2000 Chevy Pickup • JD
Speed, 47,732 KM, Sherlock Roll Tarp, Plumbed For Drills
million people in the United States invest and expenses). As with any type of • 1973 C-60 Single Axle Grain Truck, 2 Ton, 366,W/ 4/2
Manure Spreader • (2) 920 Truck Tires • 23.1x26 Combine
Tire • (4) 7.50x17 Tires • IH Vibrashank Cultivator • Honda
in more than 8,000 mutual funds, with investing, the more knowledge you have, Speed, 60,800 Miles Lawnmower • Tiller • Oil Heater • JD 100 24’ Chisel Plow •
trillions of dollars in assets invested. the better it is for your long-term well HAYING (2) Morris Magnum 725 29’ Chisel Plows w/ Harrows
Here are some reasons investors being. As always, a financial professional Vermeer 505 Series L Round Baler W/ Accu-Bale LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT
S#1VRB11196X1000744 (Like New Condition Only 1900
choose mutual funds: can help guide your decisions. Bales) • Versatile 400 18’ Self-Propelled Swather Calving Pen w/ Self Catch Head Gate (Like New) • (2) 150
Bu. Creep Feeders w/ Cages (Like New) • (4) Metal Feed
COLLECTIBLE VEHICLES Bunks • 3-Pt Bale Spear • Galvanized Water Tanks • Calf
• Economies of scale - Because of their Thrivent Financial for Lutherans is a not-for-profit Fortune 500 financial 1963 Chevy 4 Door Biscayne Car (runs) • 1970 C-10 Chevy Pullers
size, mutual funds pay transaction costs services organization helping nearly 3 million members achieve their financial ½ Ton Pickup – 6 cylinder (runs) • 1970 GMC Custom GUNS & SADDLE
goals. Thrivent Financial offers a wide range of financial solutions and has $60 Pickup V8 Auto 350, 60,000 miles • 1948 Ford F 5 1½ ton
Remington .22 Model 552 Semi-Auto S#212104 • Ruger
much lower than any individual investor billion (June 30, 2003) in assets under management. Thrivent Financial for Truck & Hoist (no motor) • 1949 Chevy 1½ Ton Truck w/
Mini 14 .223 Ranch Rifle w/ Variable Scope S#188-08449 •
would pay to build a similar portfolio. Flatbed • 1965 Chevy ½ Ton Pickup (No Motor/Trans) •
Lutherans and its members provide approximately $200 million annually for 1968 Chevy Belair Car (not running) • 1950 Chevy ½ Ton Marlin 45/70 Micro Grove Barrel Lever Action Model 1895
• Diversity of holdings - By investing outreach programs and activities that support congregations, schools, charitable 3100 Pickup 5-Window (no motor) • 1948 Chevy ½ Ton SS • Winchester Model 50 12 ga. Semi-Auto – 2¾ Chamber
organizations and needy individuals. For more information, visit 3100 Pickup 5-Window (runs) • 1946 Ford 1½ Ton Truck S#116871 • Winchester Model 94 30/30 – Land of Lincoln
in one mutual fund, you could literally Commemorative, Lever Action, Saddle Ring Carbine
www.thrivent.com or call 800-THRIVENT (800-847-4836). (no motor) • 1966 Chevy ½ Ton Pickup, 3 speed (no motor)
be investing in hundreds of stocks or • 1962 Chevy ½ Ton Pickup (runs) • 1951 Ford ¾ Ton V-8 S#IS11334 • Buffalo Sadderly Saddle “16” High Back, All
Leather (Like New) • S&W 9mm Model 469 Pistol (New),
bonds. A typical investor could never Neither Thrivent Financial for Lutherans nor its respective financial associates (stuck) • Chevy 6 cycle 250 engine • Ford 313 V-8 engine
(stuck) • Chevy 350 block • 1950 Ford 11 2 Ton Truck, Box S#3A80072 (Guest Consigned)
cost-effectively accumulate this and employees provide legal or tax advice. For complete details, consult with & Hoist, 2-Spd., No Motor • 292 Ford V8 Engine (Completely Large Variety of Misc. Merchandise including: Tools,
spectrum of holdings. This diversification your tax advisor or attorney. Overhauled) • 265 Chevy V8 Engine Shop, Household & Some Antiques & Collectibles
helps minimize the potential loss if one An investment in a money market fund is not insured or guaranteed by the
JD “A” Tractor S# 550922 (Engine Stuck) • 8N Ford Utility
PARTIAL LISTING ONLY!!
of the holdings runs into problems. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other federal government agency. Tractor w/ Loader, 3PT, 540 PTO (SHARP) • 8N Ford SONNY & GLADYS SANDAKER - OWNERS
• Professionals manage funds - Although a money market fund seeks to preserve the value of your investment Utility Tractor 3 PT, 540 PTO • Case “LA” Tractor
Typical investors don't have the at $1.00 per share, it is possible to lose money by investing in this type of fund. S#4808924LA (Not Running) • IH M Narrow Front Tractor
Certificates of Deposit are issued by Thrivent Financial Bank, a wholly owned w/ Shaver Post Pounder S#4047 • McCormick Deering For Pictures & Auction Listings Visit Website At
expertise or ability to analyze stocks and subsidiary of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, and are FDIC insured. Thrasher “22” Cylinder w/ All Belts & Accessories • 8N www.midwestauctions.com/smith
bonds to create a successful portfolio. Ford Fenders & Grill • Dearborn Loader • JD Dump FOR FURTHER INFORMATION,
Rake CALL 701-774-7645 or 701-770-7645
By investing in a mutual fund, you are Registered representative for securities offered through Thrivent Investment
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CHAD SMITH – AUCTIONEER LIC #750
owned subsidiary of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. Member NASD. Member
whose job is to watch the markets on a SIPC. For more complete information, including charges and expenses, call or
daily basis, with analysts providing
write for a prospectus or contact a registered representative for a prospectus.
Read it carefully before you invest or send money. LYJEAN SMITH – CLERK LIC #388
• Easy access to funds - Mutual funds This article is presented by Harvey Senn and LUNCH SERVED
are bought and sold every business day, Marlin Beyer The most important Auction is YOUR Auction. www.midwestauctions.com/smith
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4WD 3LT $39,377
Honored Murphy Discount - $4,168
* Rebate - $2,000
* Memorial Day Bonus - $2,500
Dinner 2008 Silverado
Each year Richland 1500 $29,951
County Relay For Life recog-
nizes and celebrates cancer Ext. Cab LTZ
survivors. During the 2008
Murphy Discount - $2,419
Richland County Relay For * Rebate - $2,000
Life there will be a new touch * Memorial Day Bonus - $2,500
to the cancer survivors’ cel-
ebration. Survivors will be #C1177 #G976 #C1200
treated to a roast beef dinner
on Thursday, July 24 at 5:30
p.m. at the VFW Hall. The
sur vivor’s spouse or
caregiver is also invited to
this celebration. MSRP
Violet Tharp and Diane 2008 Silverado $35,205
2008 Sierra $33,170
2008 Suburban $52,570
Kilsdonk have noticed that
more survivors are involved 1500 4WD $28,065 1500 4WD $26,123 4WD $43,625
on the teams and it becomes
very hectic to have a recep-
Crew Cab LTI Ext. Cab 3LT Z71
tion to truly honor survivors Murphy Discount - $2,640 Murphy Discount - $2,547 Murphy Discount - $4,445
* Rebate - $2,000 * Rebate - $2,000 * Rebate - $2,000
the night of the Relay. The * Memorial Day Bonus - $2,500
* Memorial Day Bonus - $2,500 * Memorial Day Bonus - $2,500
hot weather has also pre-
vented many survivors from #P855 #C1057 #C1182
participating the night of the
Relay. “The hope of this cel-
ebration is to give survivors
the recognition they deserve
with out time or weather con-
cerns,” stated Tharp.
All survivors that pre- MSRP MSRP MSRP
register will receive a free
Relay For Life Cancer Survi-
2008 Pontiac $21,555
2008 Cobalt $15,690
vor t-shirt during the celebra- Vibe $18,031 4 Dr. $12,896 Equinox $23,641
tion dinner. There will be
many other activities to honor
LT Sedan AWD LT
the survivors at the celebra- Murphy Discount - $794
Murphy Discount - $1,274 Rebate - $500 Murphy Discount - $1,409
tion. One activity will be the * Rebate - $1,250 * Purchase Bonus -$500 Rebate - $1,000
making of a survivor hand- * Memorial Day Bonus - $1,000 * Memorial Day Bonus - $1,000 * Memorial Day Bonus - $1,500
print banner. The completed
banner will be used during
the Survivor Lap that starts
off the Relay and also dis- 5 REMAINING 2007’S
played during the event. A MUST GO!!
picture will also be taken of
#P515 #P526 #C441
the group, and sent to all par- MSRP MSRP MSRP
ticipants following the Relay. $31,025 $32,140 $32,431
On Friday, July 25, sur- Your Price Your Price Your Price
$24,756 $25,148 $23,201
vivors will assemble at the
survivors’ booth during the
Relay For Life Event to re- 2007 Pontiac *Murphy Discount - $2,769
2007 Pontiac *Murphy Discount - $3,492
2007 Silverado *Murphy Discount - $4,230
ceive their balloon shortly G6 GT *Rebate - $2,500 G6 GT *Rebate - $2,500 2500 4WD *Rebate - $2,500
before the Survivor Lap. Sur-
Convertible *Memorial Day Bonus - $1,000
Convertible *Memorial Day Bonus - $1,000 LTI Reg. Cab *Memorial Day Bonus - $2,500
vivors unable to attend the MSRP MSRP
roast beef dinner will be able $32,870 $33,980
to pick up their t-shirt at that Your Price Your Price
time. The caregivers will join
the survivors during the sec-
ond lap. 2007 Sierra *Murphy Discount - $4,371
2007 Chevy *Murphy Discount - $3,681
It is important for survi-
2500 4WD *Rebate - $2,500 Uplander *Rebate - $2,000
*Memorial Day Sale - $2,500 *Memorial Day Sale - $1,000
vors to pre-register early this
SLE Reg. Cab 3LT
year to be guaranteed a t- * Tax, title, and license are extra. Take delivery by 6/2/08. *Offer good through 6/2/08
SEE THESE SALES CONSULTANTS FOR QUALITY CAR BUYS!
shirt and also give organiz-
ers a good idea of how many
survivors and guests will be
attending the supper. For
more information about the
2008 Cancer Survivor Cel- Pat Murphy Wayne Rodvold Don Egge Larry Stewart
Dealer Sales Manager Sales Manager Sales
ebration or to register as a
survivor, please feel free to
contact Violet Tharp at 488- 1801 2nd Ave. W. Williston, ND
1173, Diane Kilsdonk or visit Call 1-800-888-2927 or 701-577-2927 Bob Topp
the Richland County Relay Hours: Mon. 8am-8pm Tues.-Fri. 8am-6pm • Sat. 9am-5pm
For Life website at
16 ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008
Peewee Girl & High School Rodeo Districts
An All- Fri. - Sun., May 30, 31 & June 1
Buckle Starts 10 a.m. Fri. & Sat & 9 a.m. Sun.
At the Richland County Fairgrounds Adults 5
Junior Boys Senior Boys Children Under 5
Girls Events Events Events FREE
• Bull riding
• Barrel Racing • Flag Racing
• Saddle Bronc
• Pole Bending • Break-Away
• Break-Away Roping
• Bareback Riding
• Goat Tying
• Goat Tying
• Steer Riding
• Steer Wrestling $9,000
• Team Roping • Junior Team
• Calf Roping
• Senior Team
Roping prizes to
• Boys Cutting be given
THE RICHLAND COUNTY RODEO CLUB
The contestants enter 2 away!
WOULD LIKE TO GIVE A "SPECIAL THANK YOU"
TO THE FOLLOWING SADDLE DONORS: events of their choice & the
C. Lohman Games Inc., MonDak A.P.I., contestant that has the most points in the
Ranger Lounge Casino, Triangle Nite Club, combined events that he or she picks will
Sidney Jaycees, Richland Co. Rodeo Club,
Headington Oil Company, LC,
win the Tom Franzen Memorial Buckle.
(sponsored by Natalie Erikstrup)
Congratulations to Kayleen Searer, Kirsten Nunn & Brock Pippert the recipient of the $500 scholarship given away by the RCRC.
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WORK WANTED WELDING & sizes. 406-482-1967 or cell RECREATIONAL model, 16', 115 Mercury out-
FOR SALE Welding & repair work. No phone, 406-480-2144. Gene board, $1,250. Offers consid-
SUMMER LAWN CARE VEHICLES
Snapper Rider, zero turn, job is too small. Portable Hueth, 709 8th St. SE, Sid- ered. 406-786-3286.
Mowing & weed eating. Book 33", 13 hp. Toro push mower FOR SALE
your appointment now - Lim- welder, reasonable rates. ney. [14-3tp]
w/bagger. 4' cabinet, 3 draw- 701-444-2936. (5-tfn) Forester ski boat & trailer, '80
ited openings available, so
ers, 1 door. 51"x37" Corian [30-tfn]
please book early. Respon- Center Island counter top w/ FREE CATALOG
sible experienced. Refer- 16" overhang for stools. 406- AZURE MONUMENTS Log homes & cabins, 24'x32'
ences upon request. Please
798-3314. Grave covers, markers, all for only $16,920! Log walls,
call Derek at 406-488-7553.
colors & sizes, custom de- posts, beams, roof, plans,
signs, scenes, final dates, video & more! Free catalog.
HELP WANTED SERVICES pictures. We sell monu- www.bighornmtn.com. 307-
HELP WANTED ments, no extra charge for 684-2445.
Part-time position, pressing. lettering. 406-766-2326. Box [40-tfn]
Mon.-Fri. mornings, starting 2, Froid, MT 59226 or 863-
For all your waterwell needs COMPLETE SERVICE
@ $8, merit raises after that. 494-0136
& ser vices, call D&D CENTER
Apply in person at Sidney 406-790-0338.
Waterwell Service. Contact (42-tfn] The Roundup provides free
Cleaners. Danny Quitt @ 701-444-
[13-tfn] fax service at Meuchel Com-
3141 or 701-770-7074. MILLERS' CORNER puter Services, Watford City,
Please leave a message. Let Millers' Corner cater your for all news, photos & adver-
HELP WANTED [13-4tp]
Dishwasher PT/FT. Must be “FIDDLIN” AROUND? party! Catering menus avail- tising copy. NEW SERVICE!
able to work nights & week- Take LESSONS . . . violin, able. Party trays, dinner par- Now you may pay your bills
ends. Shifts vary. Also PT guitar, mandolin, cello & ties. On or off site. Millers' at Meuchels.
swamper, early hours. Wage more. Ages 4-94. Instru- Corner, Hwy. 16 NW, Sidney. (tfn)
negotiable. Apply in person ments for sale or rent, pre- 406-433-4041.
@ The Cattle-Ac. school music classes in
Williston & Sidney. Jore Haus
BUSINESS of Musik 701-572-8286.
Tack & saddle repair & clean-
OPPORTUNITY HORSE CAMP ing, 16" Big Horn saddle &
Post Office Now Hiring. Educational “natural” horse- tack for sale. Summer hrs.
Avg. pay $20/hr. or $57K an- manship for ages 4-adult. are Tues.-Thurs., 9 a.m.-5:30
nually inc. Federal Benefits Want to own? Try before you p.m. 701-828-3027 work or
& OT. Placed by asSource, buy! Photos at: www.Jore- 701-570-4861 cell or 701- Sidney Health Center
not affiliated w/USPS who Equestrian.com. 701-572- 828-3044 home; 820 Elk St.,
hires. 1-866-483-8672. 8286. Hwy 85, Alexander.
REAL ESTATE GENE'S MONUMENTS
Houses, barns, quonsets,
etc. Call for free estimates. Monuments & markers to fit Featured Openings:
Older 3 bdrm., 2 bath mobile 406-488-8244. everyone’s needs. All colors
home, great cond., sits on 6
lots in Bainville, $20,000
Sidney Health Center
is an EEO employer
• Environmental/Laundry Workers
Summer Youth Camps !!!
committed to a drug- • Occupational Therapist/OT Manager
CABIN FOR SALE
Pouch Point, fully furnished
free workplace. • Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
& set up ready to go. Lots of Basketball Camp: Applications are
• Certified Nurse’s Assistants
extras inc. large deck, Coach D’s Hi-Line Hoop Camp, Culbertson - June 2-4. accepted online or
$22,500. For more info. call Culbertson High School, boys & girls may be sent to: • Rehab Aides
Grades 1-6: 9 a.m.-noon. Grades 7-12: 1-4 p.m.
406-488-5767. For more info call Bill Dreikosen 406-860-3133 or email: Jeri Chapman,
email@example.com. HR Assistant ***Relocation assistance available***
216 14th Ave SW
MISC. FOR SALE Watford City Basketball Camp, June 10-12
Sidney, MT 59270
Boys & girls grades K- 5: WC Elementary, 2-4:30 p.m. For more information on these posi-
FOR SALE Phone: 406-488-2105
'90 Club car 901F cart, gas, Boys & girls grades 6-12: WCHS, 2-4:30 p.m. tions or to view our complete list of job
$50 before June 9 or $55 at the door. FAX: 406-488-2115
runs good. 8 ft. flourensent postings, please visit us online at:
fixtures w/tubes. Rear tine Email: jchapman@
tiller w/sickle mower attach- Bible Camp: sidneyhealth.org
ment. Fainting goats. 406- Eastern Montana Bible Camp, Bloomfield, MT
742-5034. Teen Camp - June 2-7, registration 9-11 a.m.,
[14-1tp] upcoming grades 9-12. Visit our website at: www.sidneyhealth.org
Junior High Camp - June 9-14, registration 9-11 a.m.,
FOR SALE upcoming grades 7-8.
Propane hot water tank, 45 Junior Camp - June 16-20, registration 9-11 a.m.,
upcoming grades 5-6
gal., never been used. 406-
Pioneer Camp - June 23-27, registration 9-11 a.m.,
798-7754. upcoming grades 3-4
406-583-7573 or web site:www.embcamp.org.
Vacation Bible School June 1- 5@Trinity Lutheran
FOR SALE Church, 214 S. Lincoln Ave., Sidney. 6 to 8:30 p.m.,
Grass raised, corn fattened Ages 4-grade 7. For more info call 433-2050.
BEEF, excellent flavor, large Reaching over 8,400 Households in Western North Dakota
NWP Bible Camp, Sidney, Mt, June 29-July 4.
wholes, halves & quarters Register before June 1, $150. After June 1, $175, and Eastern Montana Every Week
available.Reasonably priced. deadline June 22. For grades entering 5-12. Complete Ad Form Print)
Classified Ad Order Form (Please Print)
406-774-3494. registration form & return w/$25 deposit. For more info
[11-4tc] contact David Huskamp 406-433-7479 or email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. 1 2 3 4 5
Asian Bodywork &
Natural Therapist Theatre camp: 6 7 8 9 10
~Srining Danielson~ 12th Annual Footlights & Grease Paint Youth
Baliness Massage & Body Balance Theatre Retreat: July 7-13, for kids ages 9-15 years 11 12 13 14 15
For Appointment call @ Sidney Middle School . For info. call Arch 1-800-
406-488-9169 482-5109 or email: email@example.com. 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25
Rockin’ S Seamless 22nd Annual Wrestling Camp 26 27 28 29 30 $6.00
Little Guy Camp: June 12-14, beginners through 6th
Rain Gutters grade. Check-in 9 a.m., Sidney High School. 31 $6.10 32 $6.20 33 $6.30 34 $6.40 35 $6.50 (etc.)
Technique Camp: June 16-18, grades 6-12.
•Free estimates • Insured Check-in 9 a.m., Sidney High School.
•Guaranteed satisfaction Intensive Camp: June 14-20 Check-in 6 p.m. $6.00 for 30 words or less; additional words
•Residential • Commercial For more info contact Guy Melby 406-488-6624 or go to 10¢ each
esidney.com for on-line camp brochure.
•Aluminum Gutters Number of words__________x Number of Times____________= Cost $____________
• Variety of colors
Youth Camp will be a regular feature in the
Payment Must Accompany Ad
Jarvis & Kadie Sorenson Roundup. We would like to include your youth camp. Name
Please contact us by:
Watford City, ND
Phone: 406-433-3306 or toll free 1-800-749-3306
Fax: 406-433-4114 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mail To:
701-842-4846 Drop off: 314 S.Central The Roundup
Mail: PO.Box 1207 Sidney,MT 59270 .O.
P Box 1207, Sidney, MT 59270
18 ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008
LOOK - 38MPG FOR FOR SALE
VEHICLES SALE FOR SALE FARM & RANCH Case loader, off 530 Case FOR SALE
FOR SALE Save @ the pump w/this '03 '01 Ford F350 pickup, 4x4, FOR SALE tractor, pump & 5' bucket, 8N Ford tractor w/plow, cul-
'01 Peterbilt 379 ext. hood, Kia rid-basic Sedan, blue/ crew cab, 4 dr., auto, diesel, JD 2420 diesel swather 14', should fit most smaller trac- tivator, blade & disc, good
500 CAT, 10 spd., sleeper, purple in color, single owner, 123k mi. 406-783-5350 auger head w/conditioner, tors. $2,000 OBO. 24' goose- condition, $2,900. 701-863-
alum. wheels, good condi- runs great, new tires, would eves., leave message. 21' draper head, cab, AC, neck flatbed car trailer, wheel 7060, evenings.
tion, $29,500. 701-693-2833. make a good starter or com- shedded, field ready, wells on outside of bed, very [13-2tp]
muter vehicle, 5 spd. manual, FOR SALE $11,500 OBO. Honda low to ground, 16" tires, FOR SALE
64k mi., $4,500 OBO. Con- Don't let bankruptcies, col- XR600, $1,500. Suzuki $2,500. 406-963-2228. Registered Hereford bulls. 2
tact Billie, 406-480-4473. lections or judgments keep JR50, $450. Both bikes well [14-2tc] yr.olds,yearlings. L1 breed-
you from getting that much- maintained. 406-798-3840 or ing. Dwight, 406-798-3429.
406-489-3840. FOR SALE [13-3tc]
It’s Open Season for needed vehicle. We can help.
406-480-3260. [14-2tp] Black & white fillie paint. 7 yr.-
old black mare, quarter, Ap-
Garage Sales [49-tfn)
paloosa cross. JD D parts,
4400 Versatile swather, cab-
air, heat, 18' draper header,
cylinder, pistons, cranks, ra-
new tires, field ready, $5,000.
Find all your garage sale needs diator, gas tank, hood plus
others. Kayak w/paddle &
•locations •signs •all in one place apron, $200. '82 Fiat X-19
Registered Yearling Angus Bulls needs clutch, $500. '56 Ford FOR SALE
Reach over 8,500 homes in 1/2 ton truck, $700. Com-
Performance Tested • Semen Tested '98 New Holland 664 round
Montana & North Dakota Out of Nationally Recognized Sires plete propane set up for a baler, auto wrap, 540 PTO,
pick up, 60 gal. tank, timing great cond., $9,500 with
including ALL of Sidney, Free Bar JV Angus controler, heat exchanger. twine & spare parts. 406-
Watford City, Culbertson and 701-842-6534. 963-2221.
Jim Vitt • 406-798-3653 [14-2tc] [13-2tp]
surrounding communities or Dale Vitt • 406-798-3398 FOR SALE FOR SALE
Volume Discount Fairview, MT JD 1600A mower condi- John Deere 224T square
•Only $7 for up to 20 words tioner, 14', 1000 PTO, baler, 540 PTO, works & ties
$8,000. Hesston 5580 round good, $1,200.406-963-2221.
•plus 4 signs for all 4 directions
•Separated by towns & areas Job Opening baler, $1,200. Stur-D Bilt
round bale rack, 22', $650. FOR SALE
of town McKenzie County Weed Control is now accepting
Offers considered. 406-786- John Deere 700 grinder
mixer w/bale table, good
applications for personnel interested in participating in [14-3tp shape & stored inside, 1000
the 2008 County Weed Control Program. FOR SALE PTO, $2,000. 406-963-2221.
JD 9600 combine, 1885 [13-2tp]
Applications may be picked up at the Weed Control FOR SALE
PO Box 1207 separator hrs., 2437 engine,
Deadline Friday Office or call 701-842-4131 for details. $50,000 JD 925 platform 2440 JD tractor w/148
314 S. Central loader, 8' & 5' buckets, 3 pt.
5 p.m. pickup reel & regular reel,
406-433-3306 McKenzie County does not discriminate on the basis of $4,000. Offers considered. PTO, 16.9x24 tires, rear
All ads must be 1-800-749-3306 race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability 406-786-3286. wheel Wrights heavy duty
pre paid in its hiring practices or providing services. [14-3tp]
Xango Mangosteen Juice
ROUNDUP AUTO TRADER
Your Local Bible Book Store
Green Acres Sod Farm
Open for 2008 Season
1997 GMC Jimmy 4x4 1996 Pontiac Grand Prix SE 1978 Yamaha XS 1100 Grade A Kentucky Bluegrass
Leather seats, power moon roof, V6, loaded, new tires, remote start, Call ahead for orders.
great fuel economy, road ready $1,350 w/spare engine & parts or Hours: Tues. - Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (mst)
CD-AM-FM, new tires & brakes,
$1,200 for bike alone Sat. 8 a.m.-noon (mst)
161,465 miles $3,800 Closed: Sunday & Monday
406-488-7447 406-488-3886 eve. 701-744-5759
$3,500 OBO leave message 406-433-1770 days
ConAgra/Peavey at our
Elevator / Grain Industry
knowledge & experience
operating mobile equipment
both pluses but not required.
Wages starting @ $13.00
per hr. DOE. Excellent
1998 5th Wheel benefits.
Alpha Ideal 35’ RV 2000 Bayliner Boat
Only $15/wk Could be a career opportunity
for the right individual.
Triple slide, ONah generator, 135HP inboard Cev. 2 motor.
double refrigerator/freezer, new IF YOU RUN FOR 2 WEEKS & IT Apply in person at Peavey
DOESN’T SELL, WE’LL RUN IT FOR 2 $8,000 Company in Fairview, MT.
washer/dryer combo, furniture.
$24,500 OBO MORE WEEKS FOR FREE! Peavey is a drug free environment
406-768-8187 Email: email@example.com Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
1994 Holiday Rambler 33’ 2001 Pontiac Grand Am 1994 Ford Escort
4 dr., cruise, AC, CD, 115,000 4 cyl., new tires, great AVAILABLE
460 eng., automatic w/overdrive,
miles. economy, road ready
sleeps 6, only 24,000 mi., Always 20X20 • 10X20
shedded, very nice. $5200 OBO $1,950
10X16 • 8X9
$16,900 701-675-2581 406-488-7447
leave message Sidney, MT
406-488-3479 482-3799 or 482-2666
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front axle, canopy shuttle Rambur, 1-406-489-3255 or 701-828-3482 after hrs. in [14-2free]
rage door, lawn equipment, COMPLETE SERVICE
trans., 3220 hrs., very nice. 1-406-482-3255. Alexander, ND. GARAGE SALE christmas decor., misc. CENTER
701-572-2418 or 701-770- [12-4tc] [tfn]
5 PARTY GARGE SALE household items, bedding, The Roundup provides free
6820. GIVEAWAY Shopsmith, Radical ar m mens, women & children fax service at Meuchel Com-
GIVE AWAY saw, gun cabinet, antique clothing, Our stuff, your trea- puter Services, Watford City,
2-yr.-old Angus bulls,
5-yr.-old female Border Col- blue crock stove, microwave, sure, 2020 Crocus Dr., for all news, photos & adver-
FOR SALE 6 - 2-yr.-old virgin registered
lie to good farm home. 406- 8 interior doors, 2 storm Sidney, Fri., May 30, 4:30 to tising copy. NEW SERVICE!
Dalman chain stack mover, Angus bulls. Some will work
963-2228. doors, brown aluminum ga- 8 pm- Sat., May 31 8 am to 3 Now you may pay your bills
pipes on the sides to haul on heifers. Semen tested
pm. at Meuchels.
round bales with. Will haul 18 from BVD PI free herd. Also [14-1tp]
bales, $1,500 OBO. 406- 7 yearling Angus bulls. Con- (tfn)
963-2347 or cell 406-480- tact Jim or Russ Thiessen
@40-774-3426 or 406-774-
Rockford Steel Buildings Scouts Outpost
FOR SALE [10-tfn]
Call us for a quote on
4630 JD Tractor, works FOR SALE
your new building today!
great, 1000 PTO, good du- Registered coming 2-yr.-old
als & cab, AC, radio, 8400 Charolais bull. 406-488-1990 Prices are on a rise.
hrs., $13,500. Also: Reese or 406-489-5626. Save before the next increase
mower/swather, like new,
used on less than 400 acres, FOR SALE
100% efficient on pivot irri- Monida seed oats, cleaned
gation, four belt-driven & ready to go. 406-482-1187
Central Hydraulic, Inc.
drums, cuts through wet or 406-488-1990.
molehills & tough grass ex-
ceptionally well, $7,000. 701- BARLEY SEED
863-6882. FOR SALE Is seeking Full-Time Oilfield Service/Repair
[13-2tc] Stellerar ND barley, 92% ger- Technicians in Watford City & Mohall.
mination cer tified. Gar y
GRS ANGUS RANCH Excellent Benefits. Please send resume
Nottestad, Watford City, ND
Selling private treaty, perfor- 701-842-2168. with salary & reference information to Pop • Ice
Hwy 1804 SW of Williston, Buford, ND
mance tested registered An- [4-tfn]
PO Box 734, Watford City, ND 58854 or one mile from the Confluence Chips
gus bulls. *Fertility tested
*Calving Ease *Light birth VERMEER HAYING pick up an application at 900 2nd Ave. 701-572-4748 Candy
weight bulls *milk *Herd EQUIPMENT SW, Watford City, ND • 701-842-2231 Mon - Sat: 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. • Sun: Noon - 5:30 p.m.
Tested BVD Free *Sires: * See us today for all your
GRS Right Time 374 *Vermil- haying & feeding equipment;
lion Danny Boy *New Design Sweeps & Farm Oil. Ander-
695R *Right Time 77. We son Vermeer Sales & Ser-
feed until May at no extra vice. Open Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-
cost & deliver also. Rodney 5:30 p.m. 701-828-3358 or
Sturgis 406-687-3778 Sav-
age, MT 59262.
Saturday June 7, 2008
For Sale 10:00 AM
YOUR BULL SOURCE Location: Circle, Montana
Angus, Red Angus & Charo- Red Angus purebred yearling
lais bulls for sale. RC Feed- bulls, no papers. Call Dick or McCone County Fairgrounds
lot, Sidney. Call Howard Dee Johnson, Fairview Lunch Will Be Available
Sidney Air Service Inc.
Lick tubs for improved breeding rates.
Use our lick tubs with IGR (start May 1)
Farm Machinery & Miscellaneous
for fly control.
Trucks, Pickups & Trailers JD 4430 Diesel Tractor, quad range, dual hydraulics, 3 pt, dual PTO,
JD 4430 Diesel Tractor, quad range, dual hydraulics, 3 pt, dual PTO,
Feed Lots 1986 Freightliner 120 Conventional 400 Cummins 855, 13-speed
7600 hours & Farmhand F 228 Front-end Loader w/bucket & grapple
7600 hours & Farmhand F 228 Front-end Loader w/bucket & grapple
Use Freshstart for improved weight gain tranny, 60” Sleeper, AC, PS, new radiator, 1100 x 24.5 good tires, JD 3010 Gas row crop Tractor, 3 pt, PTO 406-774-3436
JD 3010 Gas row crop Tractor, 3 pt, PTO 406-774-3436
steel rims, air ride, 5th wheel & Implement Hitch, 976,000 miles 406- Case IH 8830 Diesel Swather, 14’ Auger head, 18’ Draper Head,
& animal health. 485-2519 Case IH 8830 Diesel Swather, 14’ Auger head, 18’ Draper Head,
1500 hours 406-774-3436
1972 Int C-04070 Twin Screw Truck, 350 Cummins, 16-speed, 1500 hours 406-774-3436
JD 566 Round Baler w/hydraulic pick-up, bale kicker, 1800 bales (like
Barry Holzworth: 406.480.2024 c • Sidney, Montana Pusher Axle, 20’ Box & hoist, 66” sides, roll-tarp 406-354-7751 JD 566 Round Baler
new) 406-485-2548 w/hydraulic pick-up, bale kicker, 1800 bales (like
1979 Chevy C60 Propane Bulk Truck, (2) 1000 gallon tanks, 406- new) 10-wheel V Rake, pull-type • Tubmiller Tub Grinder
485-3475 Sitrex 10-wheel V Rake, pull-type • Tubmiller Tub Grinder
10’ Kirchner Hydraulic pull-type Blade
10’ Kirchner Hydraulic Pounder
Shaffer Hydraulic Post pull-type Blade
1999 Chevy 1500 LS 3-door Pickup, 4x4, auto, V-8, short box,
2-Bowl Hog Waterer • Electric Fence, Insulator, Charger
Shaffer Hydraulic Post Pounder
130,000 miles (very good condition) 406-485-3393 Snow Fence, Table Saw • Aluminum Pickup Tool Box
2-Bowl Hog Waterer • Electric Fence, Insulator, Charger
Snow Fence, Table Saw Metal Cutting Ban Tool Box
2 1/2 ton Spreader Box • • Aluminum Pickup Saw (like new)
runs on propane 406-485-3475 (3) 1000 gallon Propane Tanks, (2) new
1990 Ford F250 Pickup, 4x4, auto, 1000 miles on rebuilt 351 engine 2 1/2 ton Spreader Box • Metal Cutting Ban Saw (like new)
Chain Hoist • Bolt Cutter • Toolbox • Hammers • Calf Buckets
406-776-2417 (3) 1000 gallon Propane Tanks, (2) new
Grinder • Stationary motor • Hyd. Cylinder • Galvanized Tubs
2004 8.5’ x 30’ Gooseneck Tandem Dually Flatbed Trailer x/pop-up Chain Hoist • Bolt Bottles • Gas Cans
Shovels • PropaneCutter • Toolbox • Hammers • Calf Buckets
beaver tail, (2) 10,000# axles, demo 406-485-2548 Grinder • Stationary motor • Hyd. NH 852 • Galvanized Tubs
• JD 530 Round Baler 406-485-2556 •CylinderRound Baler • NH 276 Small
1992 48’ Flatbed Fruehauf Trailer, combo-part aluminum & part Shovels • Propane accumulator • Cans
Square Baler w/8 baleBottles • Gas Brandt pull-type Sprayer, 120’ booms,
1000 gallon tank, foam marker, hydraulic, new pump 406-773-5565
steel, hay sides 406-485-3324 Cars, ATV, Boat, Campers & Misc.
1986 Tandem Axle 8x12’ Flatbed Trailer 406-485-3393 1979 Lincoln Continental Special Edition 34,500& Misc.
Cars, ATV, Boat, Campers actual miles
1977 Hale 6x16’ Stock Trailer 406-776-2417 (like new) 406-485-2548 Special Edition 34,500 actual miles
1979 Lincoln Continental
1967 Timpte 36’ Hopper Bottom Trailer, air ride, roll-tarp 406-485- (like Cadillac STS 32V Northstar Car, Bose stereo system, Moon
1998 new) 406-485-2548
2519 1998 Cadillac STS 32V Northstar Car, Bose stereo system, Moon
roof, 4-door, 117,000 miles 406-485-3393
(4) Anhydrous Trailers w/tires roof, Honda 117,000 4x4 406-485-3393
2004 4-door, Rubicon,miles(nice) 406-485-2548
(1) Anhydrous Trailer, no tires 2004 Honda Rubicon, 4x4 (nice) 406-485-2548
1998 Lowe 221 Pontoon 20’ Boat, 55 hp Evenrude, 26 gallon tank,
1998 Lowe 221 Pontoon 20’ Boat, 55 (super sharp) 406-485-3393
canopy w/EZ Loader Trailer, new tires hp Evenrude, 26 gallon tank,
canopy w/EZ Loader Trailer, new tires (super sharp) 406-485-3393
2000 Wilderness 24’ Fleetwood Special Edition Camper Trailer,
2000 Wilderness 24’ queen bed (super Edition Camper Trailer,
sleeps 6, rubber roof,Fleetwood Special sharp) 406-485-3393
sleeps 6, rubber roof, queen bed (super sharp) 406-485-3393
1973 16’ Tandem Axle Camper Trailer, self-contained 406-774-3436
1973 16’ Tandem Axle Camper Trailer, self-contained 406-774-3436
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20 ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008
The Sidney Kiwanis Club served root beer floats to 4th graders last Wednesday
as a reward for Bringing Up Grades (B.U.G.). Five students from each class
received certificates for their outstanding work, although teacher Kelly Johnson
said all the students did very well. Pictured (L to R) from Mrs. Johnson’s class
are, back row: Kaitlyn Tibbits, Gunnar Gillespie and Dillon Lunderby. Front row
(L to R): Mason Thiel and Taryn Potts. Terrific
Above: Students in Mrs.
Hermanson’s 2nd grade
class help themselves to
sundae toppings under
the supervision of
Kiwanian Randy Johnson
and special assistant
Lois Frank. All the
second graders were
served sundaes last
Wednesday as part of the
Kiwanis Terrific Kids
Right: Danielle Carpenter
enjoys an ice cream
sundae served up by the
Sidney Kiwanis club as
Students from Mrs Kallevig’s class receiving awards were (L to R) back row: part of the Terrific Kids
Lindsey Minow, John Knoop and Deaunna Wraith. Front row (L to R): Dymond program.
Wraith and Celine Carroll.
Peck Is Montana
Board of Oil & Gas
Winner Courtney Peck
The Montana Petroleum els price, control the oil mar- tion Association, and many
Association (MPA) and the ket, and what can be done to newspapers across the state
Mrs. Linder’s award winners were (L to R) back row: Brooke Richards, Christian
Montana Board of Oil and reduce prices. According to that helped get the word out.
Eggar and Quinn McGlothlin. Front row (L to R): Nang Widiyasa and Matt Folstad. Gas Conservation (MBOGC) MPA and MBOGC board Presentations are being
are pleased to announce member, Jack King, “there scheduled with the coopera-
that Courtney Peck, Sidney are no quick and easy alter- tion of each of the schools to
High School, is one of the natives to petroleum based acknowledge their efforts of
winners of the 2008 Petro- energy, and we hope that this the students and to make the
leum Industry Essay Contest. contest will spark an interest cash awards. Both organiza-
The first place award is in these issues with our tions will be reviewing the
$2,000, second place is young adults and get them entire process over the sum-
$1,000 and each runner up engaged in acquiring the mer to determine if and how
will receive $500. academic skills necessary to to continue to offer the con-
The MPA and the find future alternatives.” test in the future. “There is a
MBOGC announced the con- Sixty-six students from considerable amount of work
test in September of 2007. across the state offered es- involved organizing and
The contest was open to all says for consideration. MPA grading the essays, says
high school age students in Executive Director Dave Galt Galt, “but we were very
Montana. The contestants was amazed at the response pleased with the results.”
had to discuss the price of oil. for the program. We appreci- Anyone interested in viewing
Our topic asked students to ate the help of Linda the winning essays can do
Students from Miss Thompson’s class who won awards were (L to R) back row: delve into oil pricing by tak- McCulloch, Superintendent so on the MPA website:
Mercedes Schubert, Larree Janssen and Cameron Sleeth. Front row (L to R): ing a thorough look at forces of Public Instruction, MEA- www.montanapetroleum.org.
Marcus Battiest and James Haraldson. that set the transportation fu- MFT, Montana Rural Educa-