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Choteau MT News

Mar 9, 2017

Anderson Stevenson Wilke Funeral Home published March 9

LaVerne’s name are suggested to Lewis & Clark Humane Society, P.O. Box 4455, Helena, MT 59604 or to the Eastern Star, Josephine Hepner #89, 2031 Choteau Street, Helena, MT 59601. Please visit to offer a condolence to the family or to share a memory of Mary.DYKSTRA, Daniel J., age 21, of Helena passed away Sunday, March 5, 2017. A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at Anderson Stevenson Wilke F.H., 3750 N. Montana Ave. Burial with military honors will follow the funeral service at Forestvale Cemetery. A reception will take place in the social hall of the funeral home following the graveside services. Please visit to offer a condolence to the family or to share a memory of Daniel. (Helena Independent Record)

Jul 5, 2016

July's Birthdays

MILDRED “MILLIE” E. JONES Millie was born Aug. 28, 1921, in Bynum, Mont., to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Michelbach. She attended High School in Choteau, Mont. After high school, Millie worked for Montana Power Company and moved to Lewiston in 1940 to work for C. C. Anderson Company and Washington Water Power. On Jan. 10, 1943, Millie married Ronald F. Jones in Portland, Ore., at her parents home. He worked for the Camas Prairie Railroad Company and as Lewiston Mayor from 1970-1974. Millie worked for the Lewiston School District for 21 years, retiring in 1980. After retirement, Millie and Ron visited her family in England, toured Europe and spent winters as "snowbirds." Millie's community service includes being the mayor's wife, member of the Congregational Presbyterian Church, past President Chapter BL PEO, member of Daughter's of the Nile, Malac Temple No. 55, and member of Tsceminicium Club. Millie is an avid bridge player, golfer, and fishing with her family, one daughter and three sons, has enjoyed many trips camping and traveling. Millie and Ron are celebrating their 95th Birthdays this year. Their combined Birthday party will be from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 9, at the Congregational Presbyterian Church, 709 Sixth St., Lewiston. ANNA MAY SICKLES Anna May Sickles of Lewiston will celebrate her 90th birthday Sunday. She was born July 10, 1926, in Hazelton, Idaho, to Ernest Lee and Emma A. (Deuth) Berry. In her early years, her family lived in Buhl and Boise, until they moved to Orofino when she was in high school. She worked for a few years as a clerk in the courthouse in Orofino. She moved to southern California where she worked as a secretary in Burbank, Calif., and later as a high school cafeteria worker in Riverside, Calif. Two marriages ended in divorce. In 1983, after about 40 years, she retired and moved back to Lewiston where she has lived since. She was a member of the Newcomers Club in Lewiston, and is a member of Living Heritage Free Methodist Church in Clarkston. In her time, she enjoys spending time with family members and enjoys sharing mocha coffee drinks with family and friends. She has four daughters, 14 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. CLIFFORD DALE ERDMAN Cliff was born on July 11, 1941, in Golden Valley, N.D., at home to Hilda and Emil Erdman. He grew up on a cattle ranch near the Missouri River on a two section ranch. Cliff owned a timber farm up the Nehalem River on the Oregon Coast. He cut firewood for 18½ years which he sold to rich beach house owners. Cliff and his ex-wife raised two daughters Sunshine and Starlight on the timber farm. In 2000 he sold the timber farm and moved to The Dalles, Ore. Every year he would ride his 1990 BMW R100RT motorcycle from Oregon to Golden Valley to visit his family. He loves the rivers and the trees so he decided in 2006 to sell out of Oregon and he moved to Lewiston working as a handyman. His favorite hobby is gardening and riding his Honda 110 motorcycle in the mountains. He chases after elk and deer during hunting season in Idaho. So far the elk have been safe for the past 10 years. He enjoys visiting Clarkston Eagles and Lancers Casino playing Texas Holdem card games. Cliff can recite each hand that takes him out of a tournament. GLENETTE OTTON Glenette was born July 13, 1916, to William and Crystal Fouste on the family homestead near Council. She spent her formative years on that ranch with two younger brothers and two younger sisters. At the urging of family friend Mamie McClure, Glenette enrolled at Normal School in Lewiston to pursue a career in education. While on campus she met Ed Otton. They were married November 6, 1937. Ed and Glenette raised four rambunctious sons -Ed, Bill, Jim, Sid - in their home at Third Street and 18th Avenue. After her boys were in settled in their schools, Glenette resumed her teaching career. She taught second grade at Poplar (now Grantham) Elementary for over 20 years. Glenette has enjoyed gardening, reading, writing and visiting with her numerous friends and family. In addition to her four sons, she has seven grandchildren, 17 gre... (Lewiston Morning Tribune (subscription))