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Page B-2 - D illo n T k i b i n l - Wednesday. December 8, 2004 Local author completes second volume of trilogy * ¿L^ f e V'!r~ 1 , - - if*. „V . ............. .. ■' ' i-'- w ^ r ¿ ifi'itw S ^ i i 3 ¿ M ,e J ?•* ; * .-i rV^Vr¿fra n i - -' n i |-|*¿i, ''• Local author and University of Montana-Western Associate Pro­ fessor of English Diana Pharaoh Francis will sign copies of her newly released novel, Path of Honor, at The Bookstore on Fri­ day, December 10 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. This is the second book in a trilogy by Francis, with the first being Path of Fate. In the novel, the character of Reisil thinks she has finally found the home she'd always dreamed of. Instead, she finds herself the object of suspicion and malice. Nokulas, magical creatures who were once human, are running loose and locals know firsthand the danger they can cause. The ruler has become a Nokulas, locked away so he can do no harm, but causing a leadership power vacuum that his evil son wants to fill. A man from another dimen­ sion finds Reisil hoping she will heal his wounded land. The coun­ tries that border on Kodu Riik blockade the nation so that no one can cross into their countries, bringing the plague into their lands. Reisil must locate the hid­ ing wizards to make them undo the damage they have caused to two realms in different dimen­ sions. Reisil must also find a way to cure the plague sweeping Kodu Riik before her enemies can kill her. And, one of her enemies may just be her closest friend. Elizabeth Barrett of Broad Universe Broadsheet says of Francis, \in a time when many traditional fantasy motifs have been done to death, Diana Pharoah Francis delivers a breath of fresh mountain air.\ • • Path of Honor Local author and University of Montana-Western Associate Professor of English Diana Pharaoh Francis will sign copies of her newly released novel, Path of Honor, at The Bookstore on Friday, December 10 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Little Women\ on tap at the Orphan Girl Theatre Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents opines Jo March to her three sisters at the beginning of the Orphan Girl Theatre's current Holiday Pro­ duction of \LITTLE WOMEN: Christmas Without Presents.\ Adapted directly from Louisa May Alcott's classic novel \Little Women\ the Orphan Girl family production which opens next weekend, is a perfect holiday treat for families looking for a fun Christmas outing for the whole family. The play, which focuses on the Christmas experienced by the young March sisters in Concord during the early years of the Civil War, takes the audience through the emotional holiday during which the sisters suffer the hard­ ships of wartime and the absence of their beloved father who is off at the front lines aiding in the Union effort. The first performance will di­ rectly follow the YOUNG MUSI­ CIANS concert at The Mother Lode Theater on Thursday De­ cember 16 (showtime 8 p.m ). The Friday, Dec. 17 performance is at 7 p.m./SildThe-Saturdiiy Dec. 18 shows are at 2 and 7 p.m. Ticket prices are $5.00 for chil­ dren and seniors and $7.00 for general admission. Call 723-2300 for reservations. Ree. '249 JT- Reg. '174 SALE: * 139 °° 1 R e g . 4u r SALE: 'W\° -ss* ft0 f r ri.oict. Reg. * 6 J 90 m SALE: S49SO00 Reg. '174m SALE: szqqM 0 . > (Xiü Reg. ‘374\ SALE: s29900 Reg. ‘ I625M SALE: *1299 4 Reg. * 24 r ISSALE: s19900 Amethyst « > „ St * -, e , * /» r , *. . >SC - . - - / ic - . XrV . f f 'Sf* '?• . ’ , * , * *■ Vi. ■A’***'? - , X , r V ... M k j j S & s g f r i . ê J l I V Y SAFEWAY GASOLINE * * : > * Spend $50 and Earn a Double Discount on Gas Every time your eligible* grocery purchases reach $50 in a single transaction, you'll receive an additional 31 off per gallon (total of 6 1 off per gallon) on your next fill-up at any of the Safeway Fuel Stations listed below. Participating Safeway Fuel Stations & Stores • West 2825 Kennewick Ave., Kennewick, WA 99336 • 1150 Basin Street S.W., Ephrata, WA 98823 • 570 North Montana Street, Dillon, MT 59725 • 621 N. Montana Ave., Helena, MT 59601 • 3630 Brooks Street, Missoula, MT 59801 Participating Non-Fuel Station Stores • 610 West Broadway, Missoula, MT 59801 • 1803 George Washington Way, Richland, WA 99352 Only available with your Safeway Club Card. Your discount will be deducted automatically at the pump. Redeem your award through January 16, 2005. WASHINGTON MONTANA S A F r W A Y C L U B *Offer valid at all Washington, Montana, and Idaho Safeway Fuel Stations only. Excludes purchases of Alcoholic Beverages, Tobacco, US Postage Stamps, Bus Passes, Money Orders, Container Deposits, Lottery Tickets, Fuel Purchases, Gift Cards, Gift Certificate Sales, all Pharmacy Prescription Purchases, Safeway Club Card Savings, Safeway Store Coupons and Sales Tax. * Un some instances, due to processing time, your discount may be dèlayed to a later fill-up. t V

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