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nabel t 1 Anabei Gutierrez is enjoying the between her native city, in the state of Sonora, THE PHILLIPS CQUNTY NEWS, Desperate need for Brownie, Girl Scout leaders It's still not too late for girls to sign up for Girl Scouts, accord- ing to local Scout leader Melanie Majerus. Interested girls should contact her at 654-2844. "We are desperately in need of Brownie leaders," Majerus added. "In fact, if we don't have some volunteers to lead in the next week or week and a half, there won't be a Brownie program, which is really sad." The Brownie program is for girls in the second and third grades, and at present, there are no leaders. Majerus said they are very short on Scout leaders, also. Anyone interested in helping with these beneficial programs for girls, please contact Majerus within this next week. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1999 - PAGE 5 On Wednesday, Sept. 22, Joann Fanning and Janet Higgins captured first place. Tom Simanton and Jan Stine, Vi Lowery and Bonnie Millar, and Mac and Gay- lord LaFond all tied for second. At the Unit Tournament held Monday, Janet Higgins and Joann Fanning came in first. Dr. Richard Lang and Margo Rush tied with Jan and Keith Stine for second place. OOD AVORITES PUMPKIN BARS by GaU Cummings talad oil gar :an pumpkin )owder 'raisins or nuts Mix all together• Bake 20 - 25 minutes in a 1 pan. cream c'3 e s .... sugar (don't use that much, just add until it looks tOoth frosting) O'HENRY BARS margarine m sugar Mix and put in 9xll pan. Bake at 350° for 10-12 min- 2/3 c. peanut butter • milk chocolate chips. Frost while warm and refrigerate. Both of these recipes sound like good snacks for Fall! Thanks, by Viola Beyer will be a potluck on and bingo on October Whist, Joann Fanning and tied for first, and came in low. Palmer Won the door prize, and Hannon had high in pinochle, and Alice Ferrell had low. Doris Rummel won the travel- ing prize, and Ann Kasten served. Politics is expensive. It takes lots of money to even get beat nowadays. - Will Rogers tmJi[imlmk ADMISSIONS 10-5-99: Geri Zerr, Malta. DISCHARGES 9-28-99: Minnie Simanton, Malta. Local man to take part in Jamestown freshman project Anthony Perry, a freshman at Jamestown College, will join the en- tire freshman class in embarking on an ambitious seven-week project starting Oct. 4 to make a change for an AIDS-stricken community in Uganda, Africa. "Change the World" is a pro- gram in which all students in the college's freshman class will partici- pate. Over the course of the seven- week program, students will raise money for the Rakai Valley, a com- munity in southern Uganda that has been devastated by the effects of HIV and AIDS. Students will raise money for the village through a variety of ef- forts. The main thrust will be collect- ing "loose change" from the campus community. The students will also hold fund-raisers like car washes. "There are literally thousands '.rff'ehildren who have'beenorphared because of the AIDS virus," said Myra Watts, the program's organizer. "Living in severe poverty, many chil- dren are forced to take full responsi- 1.03 inches of rain fell during Sept. A total of 1.03 inches of rainfall was recorded during the month of September, according to the Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge weather station. The largest single day accu- mulation was .36 inches recorded on the morning of Sept. 3. J 11 are invited to a I reception honoring ! Marianne (Ostlund) Askvold  Saturday, Oct. 9 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Senior Center in Malta, Montana A Remember to support the Malta businesses with INTEREST FREE CHRISTMAS SCRIP These 0% loans are available now! Attend Country Folks Holiday as local businesses want to say "Thank You" to everyone with a FREE Pitchfork Fondue, Saturday, Oct. 9 We will be closed Monday. October 11 for Columbus Day. bility to raise younger siblings." On Oct. 29-30 the freshmen will have a 30-hour famine. Much like a walk-a-thon, the students will try to find sponsors for their fast. The entire campus community will be invited to participate in the famine, during which time students will also do community service projects in Jamestown. Watts found out about the Rakai Valley through World Vision, a Christian hunger relief organiza- tion. They are currently working to alleviate the suffering in the valley. The college's seven-week fundraising project will culminate Nov. 18 at II a.m. during the college's weekly chapel service when they present a check to a World Vision representative. Each lall, Jamestown College freshmen are required to take the + ffeshmatl ortefattott elast "Cdllee, Character and Career." This is the first year a program of this magni- tude has been implemented through the class. December wedding planned.. Bill and Beth Goertz of North Malta announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Wendy Michelle Goertz, to Kristopher Martin Stene, son of Martin and Elaine Stene of Bozeman. A December 11 wedding is planned at the Grace Bible Church in Bozeman. Dodson Student of Month.' The Dodson Coyote of the Month for September in grades 7-12 is Kayla Fauth. Kayla is the daughter of Mary and Doug Fauth. Kayla's teachers describe her as one who takes the extra time to do a neat, thorough job on her work. She shows a lot of creativity in her writing. The teachers at DHS are especially appreciative of her co- operative attitude. Kayla is a jun- ior at DHS. Who is shy but every teacher's companion'? Who is a good student'? Who is a good Kayla friend? Who is a caring child? Marly " Fauth Who always follows directions? Moore Who is very inquisitive? Who is new but now is old? This child is in Mrs. LaBrie's fourth grade and isa pleasure to have around. Dodson's September Coyote of the Month for the elementary school is Marty Moore. Marry is the son of Mrcie Moore. J GRUBE Martin Wyatt Grube was born to proud parents Shane and Sarah Grube of West Yellowstone, on Aug. 28, 1999 at 8:47 p.m. He weighed 7 Ibs. 9.3 oz. and was 20 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Richard and Jan Fanestil of Ana- codda. Paternal grandparents are Nancy Terwilliger Grube of Arlee, MT and Swede Grube. Annie Ter- williger of Malta is paternal great- grandmother. DO YOU WANT GOOD WATER?. Reverse Osmosis Iron Filtration ('Iron Curtain") Water Softeners uv Lit Ozization Stems Guaranteed Systems Advanced Water Consultants 654-2968 II I I Phillips County Hospital is proud to recognize . HELEN YOUNG a "Employee of the Quarter" i Helen Young has been a "Green Thumb" worker at PCMC for almost two THE FIRST STATE BANK OF MALTA Member FDIC Deposits Imur to $100,000.00 P.O. Box 910- Malta, MT (406) 654-2340 1-800-356-7545 years. She views her job as interesting and rewarding. She works mainly with 4 housekeeping and :lrchasing, but, she is always willing to help out in any depart- ment, doing cheeully, whatever is asked of her. She also will occasionally sur- 14 prise the other empllyees by baking cupcakes or some other yummy treat at work and then sharing tffm with everyone. I Helen has oneson, M;tchell Moore, two daughters, Teresa Dyck and Gail INI Young, and one stepdaughter, Mary Fauth. She has two granddaughters and one MI step-granddaughter. She enjoys her children and grandchildren as well as numer- ous other family members. Helen's hobbies include playing piano, biking, writing and reading. She teaches tN piano and plays for her church. She also enjoys traveling, pets, swimming, tend- ing her flowers and visiting. She is the author of a book entitled Hills Beyond Whitewater Creek. Phillips County Medical Center is proud to recognize Helen Young as "Em: ployee of the Quarter." Phillips County Medical Center Hospital - 437 S. 4th Street East Clinic - 315 S. 8th Ave. East Phone 654-1100 Out of town 800-851-9167 Phone 654-1800