Dillon Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1989-current, April 26, 1995, Image 21

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Pago B-6 - D iilo n Tribune * Wednesday, Aprii 26, 1995 N e w s MPC patrols area gas T w i n pipelines in future Montana Power personnel headquartered in Bridger will patrol natural gas transmission pipelines in southwestern Montana in the coming weeks, along the firm's right-of-way in rural areas. Crews will patrol in areas that include Twin Bridges, Sheridan and Dillon, among others. Patrols of gas transmission lines are conducted at least annually and are required to maintain safe and reliable service, according to Bob Fisher, superintendent of Montana Power's natural gas East Line. In most instances, Fisher said, private landowners have been contacted that MPC personnel will be on their land. In cases of absent landlords, contact is not always possible, Fisher added. Patrol crews will be looking for possible gas leaks, wash­ outs, dead vegetation and odors... anything that is out of the ordinaiy. The will also be doing minor maintenance, includ­ ing repainting posts and replacing signs. Crews will be driving orange or tan company pickup trucks, or four-wheelers with MPC logos, or they will be walking. They will be wearing hard hats and vests, with the MPC logo on the back. If property owners have questions, they can contact their nearest MPC office, or MPC personnel in the gas department in Butte. Federation offers scholarship The Sheridan Federation of Teachers is offering a $250 scholarship for a Sheridan High School graduate or senior who plans on becoming a teacher. Applications may be picked up from the guidance office at the high school, or by writing or calling Kerry Koenig at 842- 5401. Ponkey basketball coming to Twin Bridges High School Donkey basketball is coming to Twin Bridges, with a single showing Thursday, May 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the Twin Bridges High School Gym. The Twin Bridges senior boys team will face the girls varsity in the first match, and the Twin Bridges seniors will face those from Sheridan High School. Bob Crosby's Donkey Basketball Show is providing the long-eared critters for the players By Mary Whitney T w i n B r i d g e s b l o o d d r i v e p l a n n e d The spring blood drive will be Wednesday, April 26, from 1 to 6 p.m. at the Twin Bridges City Hall. United Blood Services, a network of community blood chapters across the country, is conducting the drawing. Ruby Valley Senior Citizens The Ruby Valley Senior Citizens met April 3 with 32 members and guests. Plans for the Shindig are progressing, according to Archie Nuss, who urged preregistration to help with the financing o f the event. A large banner, painted by the school, will be displayed. Cookies may be left at Ella Nelson’s home. A clean up day will be held April 26. Dona­ tions of prizes are still needed. Colleen Hoarty from the state office talked on legislation affecting seniors. Bingo and cards were played. Bingo winners were Melvin Nelson and Art Kloos. Pinochle winners were Jack Lasich, high; Betty Sykes, second, and Betty Barkell, travel. “500” winners were Lucille Nolte, high; Joanne Stevens, second, and Betty Barkell, travel. The next meeting will be May 1. Twin Bridges Library The Twin Bridges Public Library Board met Monday, April 10. Librarian Sheila Giltrap reported on the Broadvalleys Federation Retreat and the workshops. The board reviewed the Montana Public Library Annual Report of Statistics. According to it, the Twin Bridges Library \is providing lots of services for very few tax dollars,” Giltrap said. The idea to hold a Great Grown-up Spelling Bee will be turned over to the Friends o f the Library. It was a successful fund raiser at another library. The board members are presently reviewing trustee-train­ ing videos. 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CO. ■ Route 5 • Oorkay Or, F«9«, W?54729-8458 Show Mom your warm and special love with one of our notch loss, custom designed Fam ily Jew e lry. Choose one of our new contemporary d e signs, o r any from o u r collection of traditional styles in 14K or 10K gold. Each style can be mounted with from one to six brilHant genuine or synthetic birthstones; one for each of her loved ones. it's the most special gift she'll ever have - a gift to wear a rifetime. P.O. Box 422 109 South Main Sheridan, MT 59749 406AÌ42-5825 y EST. .931 / money to br received by the school won’t be determined until after June 1. The Friends of the Library were thanked for supplying balloons at the library during National Library Week. The library is distributing free tickets to the U. S. Army Field Band and Soldiers Chorus in Dillon, May 2. Bring in the coupon from the Advertiser or Dillon Tribune. No limit on number o f tickets per coupon.The library is now receiving a weekly copy of P. C. Magazine, which is being donated to the library and available for checkout. New books at the library include: “California Angel\ by Nancy Taylor Roseburg; “Show Business Kills\ by Iris P. Dart; “I Speak for This Child” by Gay Courier; “Into the Deep\ by Ken Grinwood and “Home Song” by LaVyrle Spen­ cer. VFW Auxiliary The auxiliary to the Charles M. Reis Post No. 3843, VFW, met April 13 at the Blue Anchor Cafe. District 4 president, Linda Norcross of Helena, attended, along with Martha Martin o f Whitehall. The quarterly audit was approved. The District 4 meeting will be in Anaconda April 30. Jeannette Redfield was named delegate and Gloria Lombardi, alternate. Department meet­ ings will be held in Lewistown, June 22-24. The local del­ egate will be Esther Burris, with Esther Sommers as alter­ nate. The National will be in Phoenix, Arizona, August 20- 25. The delegate will be Pat Clements, with alternate Lucille Zahn. The 19095-96 officers for the auxiliary include Gerlean Whitney, president; Betty Barkell, vice president; Audrey Triplett, secretary; Esther Sommers, treasurer; Alice Dale, chaplain; Lois Grose, trustee. The installing officer is Esther Burris. The group purchased cancer pins. Material for Loyalty Day, may 1, had arrived and Alice Dale and Doris Lovejoy will present it to the lower grades at the school that day. The next meeting, May 11, will be installation, and dues for next year are due at that time. Members were reminded to bring flowers to make nosegays for the veterans graves for Memorial Day. Visitors Russ and Hope Mommer visited their daughter, Tana Cushman, and her daughter, Jenny Bea Sanderson in Soda Springs, Idaho, and then Tana and Jenny Bea went to Port­ land to visit with her daughter, Shae Sanderson, and her other daughter, Polly, from Moscow, Idaho, who joined them for Easter.Russ and Hope brought Tana’s exchange stu­ dents, Mikal from Spain and Wendah from Indonesia home to spend Easter with them in Twin Bridges. Jytte Hale - Helps, P.T. Physical Therapy (406) 842-5454 Hands on Care of Your Muscles and Joints. Available Mon-Fri at Rub y Valley Hospital 220 E. Crofoot ___ .Sheridan, MT 59749-9508 ___ - Tension Headaches - Sore Stressed Muscles - Back and Neck Care -Orthopedic and Sports Injuries - Total Joint Rehabilitation - Chronic Pain. . R u b y U a l l e y B a n k says H a t s O f f a n d G o o d L u c k 10 ttlC C l a s s o f 1 9 9 5 at Sheridan t c Twin Bridies HUh

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