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8- FALIA\ COUNIV] INIES FRIDAY, MAY IS, 2015 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Bacon Buffalo Chicken Fingers Steaks Cheeseburger BBQ Pork Chunks w/fries w/Fries Special w/Fries sv/Onion Rings $6.00 $6.00 $6.00 $6.00 FARMER'S UNION C - STORE DAILY SPECIALS - MAY 18 22 r Fr,i4yla u n ion Oil Co . • Farmer's Baker, MT Present this card each tre sou purchase a cup of soup, Grilled Chicken After sour 6th purchace,receice the 7s1, cup FREE! Burger w/Fries , 6 Fallon County Times and Places HOPE, do you feel alcohol is causing problems, we can help. Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. at the American Lutheran Church. District Court is in session the first Tuesday of the first full week of the month and as often as business warrants. Interested persons are welcome to check a specific schedule at the office of the Clerk of District Court. Fallon County Library hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; closed Satur- days. Sundays and legal holi- days. O'Fallon Historical Museum Open Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Closed on legal holi- days. Driver Licensing Schedule, second and third Tuesdays, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., 12:30 - 3:30 p.m., courthouse Retirement party for Wayne Mangold, Herchel O'Connor and Janice Ehret, 7:30 p.m., multi -purpose room at Plevna School. May 16. Changed For Life church services, 10 a.m., Baker Senior Center, May 17. Baker Homecraft; Fair Board ifleeting. 6 p.m.. Fallon County Fairgrounds exhibit hall ; Fal- lon County Water & Sewer District/Stanhope Addition, monthly meeting, library base- ment, 6:30 pin.. May 18. Overeaters Anonymous. 6:30 p.m., American Lutheran Church; Codependent Sumo!! Group, noon. American Lutheran Church. May 19. City Council, 7 p.m.. Fallon County court room; Knights of Columbus, 8 p.m.. St. John's Catholic Church basement, May 20. Free Business Development by appointment, call 406-748- 2990, May 21. Graduation open house for Stephanie Heaps. Chelsi Law and Kelly Brookes. 3-7 p.m.. Baker Senior Center. May 23. Changed For Life church services, 10 a.m., Baker Senior Center; Baker High School graduation, May 24. Memorial Day. May 25. Chamber set to Huss release flamingos on local businesses By Lori Kesinger A flock of flamingos might appear at any store front in Baker beginning next week. Flamingo Flocking is a fundraising activity that began a few years ago when Nicole Schuler took over the helm at the Chamber. For the next month, the Chamber will randomly flock businesses with two flamingo signs in efforts to raise money to support the scholar- ship and holiday decoration funds. If a business wants the flock removed and sent to an- other business, it must pay the Chamber a ransom fee of $20. A business can also pay $20 for each additional flock it would like to send to any other business. To ensure the birds don't end up at their store, a business can pur- chase flocking insurance for $25 for two weeks. The birds tend to bring at- tention to the flocked busi- nesses, but it's all in fun and has a purpose. Medearis St. Jude's graduates Ride from DSU Reid Medearis of lsmay will graduate from Dickinson State University May 16 with a BS in Business Administration and Human Resource Man- agement. Reid is the son of John and Rena Medearis of lsmay. May 15 Connie Moore, Dave Kono, Marty Setinc, Neil Packineau, Cade Wilson May 16 Debbie Newell. Noin Dude May 17 KayiLynn Gdub ' May 18 Roddy M. Rost, Shannon Eagon May Colin Rose, Cyler Crawford, Daniel Losing, Dillon James, Gavin I lelgoth, Wyatt Uecker May 20 Donnie Steen, Grant Havens, Kevin Casey Newell, Shanya Larsen. Jarek Janz. Dane Curry. Tarin DeGrand May 21 Becky Steen Radach, Cheryl Niemerg, Darcie O'Donnell, Dean Alberts. Rod Morris The annual St. Jude's Trail Ride will be Sunday, June 21, 8 a.m., beginning at the Fred Iloff ranch north of Baker on Ilighway 7. A potluck lunch will follow the ride. For pledge sheets and more information, con- tact Doug Bruha at 406-778- 2502. Call 406-778-3344 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a birthday you would like listed May 22 - May 28. • AUCTION Saturday May 23,2015 Real Estate Auction 11:00 A.M. • Personal Property Auction 11:30 A.NI. 413 S. 1st St. W - Baker Montana Property Inspection Date: Friday May 15 5 - 6 p.m. Vehicles 1996 Dodge Grand Caravan 127,933 tithes. , pw. p1. auto (note: dings, scratches. dents, broke taillight) running condition 1982 Ches. SIO Tahoe 66.376 miles on odometer 4spd. lwtt Tools Air Compressor. Drill Press. Metal Lathe, Craftsman 10 - Table Saw, Power Kraft 8\ Table Saw. Pipe Wrenches. 24 - ('recent Wrenches. Rigid Pipe 1 hreader. Ridged Pipe Cutter. Ridged Pipe Reamer, Bench Grinder. Electric Drills. Sanders. Grinders, llos end and open end wrenches, Pliers, Cre- cent Wrenches. Tin Snips. Screw Drivers. Handy man jacks. Shovels. Rakes. Fencing Pliers. Bench Vice. Brace, Bits. [hill bits, 36\ Pipe Wrench, A fair amount more misc. tools not mentioned. 3 littlroom Ilonte • I 3('2 Square foot Ilona: with basement - I Ilath - Large Living/11)ining room. Kitchen with eating iirca Plus out buildings. Frame built home. asphalt singles. stusetthstiod siding. 1 additional vacant residential kit. legal Description: %fortis Ail (Baker 513.71117 N, R59 E, !Similar?. 1, 41(14 • (1)5 Fallon County. Aloritana hot o mei radiant i Natural Oar Fireplace l'riipeny lanes - 2fil4 lo half $2 I I .72 2nd Ilan 5205 72 !taker School Ihstrict Lunch will he available Household/ Appliances Clothes Washer/Drier, Upright Freerer. Wood Rocking Chair. Chest of drawers. Toy Box, \Yost Dining Tables w/4 chairs. Kilda. Table and Chairs. Humidifier. Sid Pots. Pans. Glassware, Cooking utensils. Blenders. Mixers, Box Fans. Many Misc. Items Model A Car Paris Several Wheels. Several Model Carburetors. Model A Gas Tank. Model A Radiator tremanufacturedi 2 Model A engine blocks. Model A radiator chrome piece. Model A head lights Model A Starters. Model A Generators. Many more items to go through yet! Misc. Items 3 long wood outdoor benches, 3 Metal storage boxes. Brass pipe. 10+ T Posts. Misc. Vintage Windows. Vintage Sewing Set Terms: Personal Pmperly Cash or Bankable Check. Real Estate: $5ftwin dim n tla if at tin and the balame ii. he paid at closing within 30 days. Antiques/Collectibles !land Crafted Antique 'toy Car Col- lection. Sad trims. Butter Chum (not correct glass). Claw foot piano stool. Beseled mirror with ornate wood frame. Several Cream Cans (marked Leonard I low e. Cal s in Lund). Movie Graph Vintage reel projector. Ice Tongs. Forge tools, Unique home built tractor. 2 Wagon Wheels. Stone Grinding Wheel. Milk Bottles. Vintage Western Milk Cooler. Cote bottles, [auger Petri- fied Rock. Pump lack. Steamer Trunk. American Family Scale. Vin- tage Sewing rocking chair w/sw ing out sewing supply storage. Wooden high chair. Vintage records. I land Rivet Machine. Krum Kraka Iron (cast iron), Opaque Projector m(44 - .mummummul KI SEY r M AUC ' IONFIRS r' t ' ukrum Red Auhr Ammm hersm II IC a m mo N . „ .. 4 Owners: Delmar & nekn Jensen - ' ft *4•Ci) Baker, Montana www.kinseyouetion.com • 406-772-5812 • 1490 Cabin Creek Road • Baker, MT 59 III CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 code asserts the state has a re- sponsibility to defend and in- demnify its employees. The OCA argues it does not have a duty to defend or indemnify Huss against the complain as they did not provide him a de- fense, and he attempted to settle claims on his own. The human rights complaint will not continue until a decision is made regarding the responsi- bility of the OCA. The Montana 16th Judicial Dis- trict serves Carter, Custer, Fal- lon, Garfield, Powder River, Rosebud, and Treasure Counties O'Connor CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 With all the rewards of teach- ing over the years, O'Connor re- ally enjoyed watching the younger students learn nee, skills. \I'll miss the students,\ O'- Connor expressed. \And the other teachers have become pretty good friends.\ \One of the highlights was the kindergarten through sixth grade students presenting the P.E. pro- gram at basketball games,\ O'- Connor added. \It was a lot ol fun.\ In retirement, O'Connor doesn't plan to have too much down time. She anticipates spending more time with her children and grandchildren and undertaking other pursuits. She'll also get to spend more time with her husband, Nick, taking care of their ranch near Plevna. Ehret CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 \It's simply better if it's home- made,\ Ehret stated. In recent years though. Ehret has faced new challenges in preparing school dinners to meet new guidelines and nutritional standards. Ehret has worked under five superintendents over the years. \I love seeing the children, see- ing them grow.\ Ehret said. \I'm going to miss the children.\ With no specific plans, Ehret has just decided it is a reasonable time to retire before she is worn out and can't enjoy it. LAW ENFORCEMENT Baker Police Department • May 4, 2015 - May 10, 2015 - 31 Calls for service: 2 agency assists; 1 alarm; 1 animal complaint; 1 assault; 4 cit- izen assists; 1 disturbance; 1 extra patrol; 1 funeral escort; 3 harassments; 5 informations; I lost or found property; 2 parking violations; 1 sexual assault; 1 theft; 4 traffic stops; 2 unlocks Anyone with any information on any area crime is encour- aged to call Crimestoppers at 406-778-2222. Calls are never recorded and rewards are offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of responsible parties. FROM THE BENCH City Court • Diane D. Renner, Baker, seatbelt violation, bond for- feited $20, ticket issued 4/29/15. Justice Court • Jeffery Robert Witt, Het- tinger, ND, speeding on non - interstate, exceed day limit of 70 MPH, 85n0, bond for- feited VD, ticket issued 4/17/15. • Dallas Chisum Traub, Wat- ford City, ND, speeding, truck non -interstate, exceed daytime 60 MPH limit. 75/65, bond forfeited $55, ticket issued 4/12/15. • Ronald Arthur Kaski, Wil- low Lake, SD, basic rule, rea- sonable and prudent, 1st offense, bond forfeited $85. ticket issued 4/2/15. I.et Your YIELDS Grow, Not Your %Vt.:EDS! Plan a weed control program in your grain, fallow. and pasture land. • Nutrient, Itisease and Insect Treatments • Product and r:rop Consulting • Ikpenclahle, On -Time Senior. • Pre- & Post-Application Field Checks • Ain raft pattern tested midi GI'S Plu's Flying Service, Inc. Darrin Mahar. 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