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FALLON COUNTY TIMES FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 2015. 3 a If LOB\ S1 A memorial mass for Anna M. Lund of Port Orchard, Wash., formerly of Baker, Mont., will be Friday. June 19, 2015, 11 a.m., at St. Philip's Catholic Church at St. Philips, Mont. with Rev. Father Xavier Arim- boor celebrating and Deacon Rick Miske assisting. Inter- ment will follow in the family lot in the St. Philip's Ceme- tery. Ann passed away June 12, , 2015 in Colorado Springs, Colo., after fighting valiantly against cancer. Ann was born to Donald and Rosalee Axlund on Dec. 20, 1941 in Missoula. Ann attended schools in Mis- • soula and Billings where she met her husband, Cal. They married in 1961 and spent the • next 46 years together until his death in 2007. Ann and her family lived in Baker until 1989 when they relocated to Port Orchard, Wash. Ann was a beautician by trade, but also worked in the fields of busi- ness, education and govern- ment until her retirement from the U.S. Census Bureau in 2006. After retirement, she was involved in many volun- teer activities including: Stephen Ministry, Chaplaincy at St. Anthony Hospital in Gig Harbor, Wash., and Mary's Place Soup Kitchen in Bre- merton, Wash. Ann was preceded in death by her husband. Cal; her par- ents; and her brother, Gregory. Ann is s U - vived by her daugh- ter and son-in-law Marie and Scott Reistad of Colorado Springs, Colo., daughter and son-in-law Kim and Rick Miske of Wibaux, son and daughter-in-law Chris and Dinah Lund of Rocklin, Calif., daughter Cathie Lund of Port Orchard, Wash.; grandchildren Aaron, Nathan and Caleb Reistad, Abigail, Olivia and Zachary Miske, and Sydney and Regan Lund; brothers, George (Marlene) Axlund and Robin Axlund of Wyoming; sister, Dianne Jacobson of Wyoming; sisters-in-law, Linda Axlund of Utah, Vickie Mann of Colo., Peggy Hayek of Calif.; numerous nieces and nephews. Ann will be remembered for her big heart, love of the Lord, and her gifts of empathy and compassion for those she served while volunteering. Her grandchildren were a source of constant joy. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent for masses for Anna or sent to the American Cancer Society. Remembrances and condo- lences may be shared with the family at www.stevensonfu- neralhome.com. Graveside service for Thelma Berg A graveside service for 1 1 Thelma Arline Berg, 90, will I be held Monday, June 22. 2015, in Beaver Lodge Ceme- tery, Ekalaka, with Pastor Bryan Trant officiating. Thelma went to be with our Lord Jan. 21, 2015 at the Fal- lon Medical Complex in Baker. Remembrances and condo- lences may be shared with the family at www.stevensonfu- neralhome.com. Game damage hunts Hunters interested in panic- ipating in \game -damage\ hunts on private land or possi- ble management seasons this year can register online begin- ning June 15 with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. Hunters from this roster may be identified for three types of hunts: game damage, manage- ment season, and dispersal. The roster is used by FWP to efficiently respond to landowners in the prevention or reduction of damage pri- marily caused by deer, elk, Cards Eleven people played pinochle June 14 at the Baker Senior Citizen Center. There were two tables of four players and one table of three. Winners were Marj Peterson who won twice, Jay Gregory. and Tootsie Hanson. l'inochle will be played again Sunday, June 21, at 1:30 p.m at the Senior Center. t at bydo , 1 11 10 tairaln & Seed C. j ) ,..i......—ic...—,........... \A Farmers Seed Company\ $eed Avellable ler Spring 2015 • Certified CDC Weed.. yellow peas • Cer1fled CDC Treasure yolk's. pow • CortMed CDC Striker yew, pew • Certified 0104. durum • CorWied Tlose durum .C.1111.1 VT Peak durwe • Resistond Carpi. durwa • Cornrows VOA MAX • CertPlied Troditlea bodes . Certified Merl 'WSW • Corti/ell Marlow HAIM • Certified lieln. MD 145011 • Certified 57 &WW1 SWIM • certIned ST liserwe MUM • Certified LCS grew.. CHOW • C.4w1111.1 LCS Ormitewei WOW • Certified 0153507115101 Ask 550s11 ether .14.1140 w. can seers* Mork Birdsall or Blake Inman Mash (701)4515500 teede• cite (T01)1404607 Slakes Celli ( 701 ) 240-1741 kirdeelferefwersdeeedeeni ewer P.5.. et weriefewelsielLeeNklreselletied Ask about seed treatments. Inoculant, soybean seed, canols seed. Corn $eed, end sunflower seed. and antelope. Prospective hunters must register online by July 15 at fwp.mt.gov, click \Hunt Ros- ter\. To register, hunters will need their ALS number. A final roster listing hunters in the order they would be contacted for a hunt will be randomly generated from all online registrations and posted by Aug. 1. on the FWP web - site. The hunts, if they occur, can take place between Aug. 15, 2015, and Feb. IS, 2016. FALLON COUNTY TIMES DEADL[NEs: TUESDAY 2 P.M. ToyBox Preschool class of 2015 graduation May 20, 2015, family and friends gathered at the Ameri- can Lutheran Church in Baker to celebrate the graduation of the ToyBox Preschool class of 2015. Twenty-seven graduates took the stage to share what they had learned in preschool, sang songs, and received their diplomas. Graduates were announced by 2008 ToyBox graduate Avery Uecker. After the ceremony, cookies and punch were enjoyed by all. Following are what the grad- uates want to be when they grow up. Front row, 1-r: Mercedie Wyrick - mom, Emory Uecker - store worker, Kynlie Moore - doctor, Isabelle Moberg -spa worker, Oceania Krech - The beautiful sunny weather found the walking group of Superior Care Villa out enjoying the fresh air and lovely blooming flowers. Pictured are, front, Alice Mackay. April Hensley pushing wheelchair; left - Gladys Morris; right - Vi Baird; and in the background is Mary Stark. Erna Losing of the Villa is using her green thumb to turn this planter into a beautiful, blooming bouquet of flowers for everyone to enjoy. Fallon County Times Find us on Facebook! Please join us to celebrate the 50th anniversary of lad & Sandra 7Cinsey Sala/day June 27 , 2015 2 - 6 p.m. Bighorn Resort (Broso Room) 1801 Majestic Lane Billings, Montana RSVP Kelly Kinsey 406-861-2760 \Friends Healing Friends\ FALLON MEDICAL CONDIT\ & COMMUNITY CLINIC 202 Soulli 4111 Slice' • Baker. MT 59313 406-778- 5331 I lo.pi 'al • 406-778-2833 Clinic CLINIC HOURS Monday — Friday • 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. SERVICES INCLUDE 24 -Hour Emergency Room Acute Care/Hospital Care Outpatient Surgery Skilled Nursing Home Swing Bed/Long Term Care Home Health Services Life Line • Social Services Diagnostic Imaging • Mammography Colonoscopy • Ultrasound • CT • MRI Laboratory • Physical Therapy Dietetic Counseling Telemedicine Site Darryl Espeland, DO Dominick Trivisonno, MD Paul Wheeler, PA -C Steve Coxe, PA -C Leanne Garcia, PA -C VISITING SPECIALISTS Leszek Jaszczak, MD (Radiology) Jeff Williams, MD (Obstetrics/Gynecology) 24 -hr access via Telemedicine to Billings Specialists SERVICES Flu & pneumonia immunizations • Prenatal care FAA, DOT, ICC physicals • Cryotherapy Minor surgical procedures Family health care for all ages Healthy Montana Kids Provider \sew\er, Kaydee Dyke - s et, Canden Coulter - oil worker, Taylor Bruski - farmer, and Kayla Afrank - babysitter. Middle row,l-r: Emma Thie- len - rancher, Kambryn Steen - horse rider, Urijah Rogge - garden cleaner, Annabella Parker - cheerleader, Cord Olsen - basketball coach, Mason Lecoe - electrician. Parker Johnson - Captain America, and Emalynn Fisher - teacher. Back row,l-r: Bree Straub - hair \do\er, Danika Steen - cat seller, Nakona Selle - cowgirl, Bronson Selle - horse rider, Kylie Schwartz - hair cutter, David Roseman - firefighter. Reanah Kloetzke - hair cutter. Cade Huft - cop. Tyger Fradenburgh - dad. Cadence Bross ii - pop star. yfl Join us for a dance! Sunday, June 28 • 2 - 5 p.m. Two -Step • Waltz • Polkci • Jitterbug Trice gal -ti ff ShOUTOOM f • . f o• 0' Fallon Historical Museum 723 S. Main • Baker, MT 1/auI . 1 - Open 8 a.m. -5 p.m. 7 days a week 406 - 778 - 3265 Plevna School Positions Available Plevna Schools has the following positions open: Paraprofessional start- ing salary is $15.50/hour, Assistant Cook starting wage is $14.65/hour. Health In- surance and a Health Savings Account are offered for these positions. If you are interested in any of the positions please contact Superintendent Walker at 406-772-5666 or come to the Plevna School and pick up an application. hiroprddic ( Iiiìk Natural Health Center 202 S 4th Si W • Baker, MT Or. Jake Holkup Seeing patients Tuevilavv all Fallon Meilitwl Complex lower level ill IlaAci Holistic offered Mande. • :In/Plied K yob ,.1; . % • ,N ii!? Mon • ( I iterilln • find h Ihroth • l'ediairi, and l'regnon. For appointments call Toll Free 1 871 267-7520 Tuesdays 406-778 5100 ext. 245 Cell 701 866 4011 1)1'. James R. Campbell, DDS Family Dentistry (.amplete general dentistry for adults t.t; chathvn.. • Preventive • Cosmetic • Implants • Crowns • Fillings • Root Canals • Extractions • Dentures Practice located in Baker since 1994 202 South 4th Street W. Baker, M'I' 59313 itovkcr level or Fallon medical 1 '0111 Ills (406)778-5150 (800)676-7161 Ext. 231 Off ice hours: S:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday