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February 7, 1973

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VFW Club Feb 1 0 PRE'VALENTINE. DANCE Pete's Orchestra Free Beef Stew Serving begins at 5 p.m. Public Invite00 Crosby Wins Beef Cook-Off .L')mle Crosby, Sidney, won District 10 CowBelle Beef contest in Fairview, from the Din: Dung CowBelles. By being district winner she received $25 from the Montana CowBelles and will represent this district in state com- petition at the Montana State Fair in Great Falls this sum- mer. Mrs. Erlis Kleemen of Peerless, District 10 director, .Since other CowBelle groups Dist. 10 are not having this year Chole the district winner For her beef dish, "Best + Steak", she received $15 was present to make the district award. Zona Kappel of Sidney won second place and received $10 cash award for her dish "Beef Ambrosia." Five dollars was given to Martha Rehbein, l,ambert, for her dish, "Burger Special", third place winner. Judging the contest were at Fairview High have released the honor the first nine weeks . Students listed on the ++or roll are: traight "A" honor roll are Janet Johnson and Melland, both seniors. ('A" honor roll (94 to 100 Ige) are Jeanie Vitt, Janice Finsaas, junior; Miller, junior; and Laura SUndheim, sophomore. "B" honor roll (87 - 93 average) are: Seniors- Jennie A nvlk, Julie Dahl, Donna ayKo, Debbie Gable, Robin Hawley, Koch, IAnda Pat angwald, Pam Palmer, Karen Paulson, Meg Schieffer, Mike Shannon, Sandy Sharbono, Sundheim, Jolene I,inda Zoanni and Jry Zoanni. Juniors . Mary Boehler, _ Datum, Kim Delaney, Carmen Doyle, Marilyn Hagele, Kim Mason, Coleen :sbury, Dave Shannon, . ,,uoy Taylor, Valerie Wentz an4 Mavis Zoanni. Sylvia Osterman, Sidney; Janet Steinley and I,aurel Arndt, Fairview. The CowBelles served dinner to the mothers, guests, judges and girls and presented the film "The Story of Beef." The contest was under the direction of Mrs. Fred An- derson, Beef Cook-Off chair- man. irview Honor Students Named Sophomores: Don Bieber, Sherry Burgess, Nancy Dore, David Dschaak, Bernadine Flynn, Annette Grorud, Vickie Herdt, Bernadine I,angwald, Karen Olson, Tim Shannon and Sharri Vitt. Freshmen: Shirley Buckley, Gary Dahl, Tim Denowh, Susan Gable, Marlene Hagele, David Hernandez, Kim Lebsock, Wanda Otterstetter, Janice Reidle, Rhonda Rhodes, Myrna Salsbury, Roxi Taylor and Jerry Zoanni. Beef Cook Contestants "" -" ,_,,,,, =..o.. Area News Participants and the dishes they Glenda Barr, Fairview; Laura Sun- prepared for the Ding - Dong CowBelle dheim, Fairvieu ; Chole Crosby, Sidney; MRS. MYRON DOORNEK MRS. GEORGE MII,NE Roy Fatzinger spent the weekend in Sidney with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Green. t Fajrvieu, [ Biuea.dGold [ We travel to Circle to play the Wildcats on the 9th. Fairview hosts Poplar Feb. 10. Annuals arc on sale for $5. On Feb. 12, the price will be raised to $6. For one extra dollar you can have your name printed on the cover of your annual. Kim I)elaney was chosen Girl State Delegate and Kim Mason as her alternate. l,inda Iangwald Mrs. Frank Winhofer visited Mrs. Therisa Winhofer at Faith l,utheran Home, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William Fat- zinger and Mr. and Mrs. IJoyd Sheehan were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Goss in honor of Don's birthday. Vonnie Bivens spent several (lays with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bivens last week. Winners at the card party held Saturday night at the Grandview Hall were: Mens high - Albert Bailley and mens low - Glenn Partin. Ladies high - Mrs. Henry Etzel and ladies low - Mrs. Frank Winhofer. The traveling prize was won by Don Handlos. Dan Price, Sidney, had lunch with Mr. and Mrs. Verner King Fri. and Sat. Feb. 9 and 10 "00he \\; 00ONT00I4ANS For YOur Doncing and Listening_Si Noon Luncheon DINNERS FROM on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J0hnnie Johnston and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the Dave Johnston home. Don Handlos was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Whiteman. Mr. and Mrs. William Fat- zinger were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. James Christianson attended a farewell potluck supper in Poplar, Sunday, for Mr. and Mrs. Her Hines, who are moving to near Wagner, Mont. Mrs. Larry Schumaeher spent Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Fredrickson. Mrs. Vcrner King was an afternoon caller. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Johnston, Mrs. William Fat- zinger, Mrs. James Christianson and John Carlsen were among those attending the funeral for Ferdinand Janke in Richey, Monday. Glenn Partin was a supper guest at the Verner King home, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carlsen were visitors in the evening. , Mel and Greg Rauschen- (torfer called at the Johnnie Johnston home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bivens were Wolf Point callers, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carlsen, Mr. and Mrs. John Carlsen, Patty Carlsen and a friend, Wendy Kramer, were in Miles City on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Johnston shopped in Sidney, Tuesday. Charles Carlsen, John and Terry Carlsen, Verner King, Tony Ferguson, Alfred Candee, Johnnie Johnston and Frank Winhofer were among those from this community attending the Mulligan Stew, ap- preciation night in Poplar, Tuesday. Mrs. Verner King visited Mrs. Charles Carlsen, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winhofer were in Glendive, Tuesday, and had lunch with Mrs. Maxine Voorhees. Mrs. Frank Winhofer visited Mr. and Mrs. W. I,. Voorhees in Pol)lar, Tuesday. Raymond Christianson returned home on Wednesday after spending the past two weeks doing chores at the Norman l,indevig farm while they were vacationing. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Doornek were dinner guests of the I,yle Good's, Wednesday. Don Handlos was a Wed- Beef Cook4)ff Saturday at Fairview, are pictured above. From left they are Martha Rehbein, Lambert; Nancy Dore, Fairview; Zona Kappel, Sidney, and The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Monf., Wed., Feb. 7, 1973 - 9 Carla Madsen, Savage. Miss Crosby won first, Miss Kappel second and Miss Reh- bein won third. -- Don Mraehek Photo +:+:++=+:':::::=:+:Lambert Area News Sunday guests of the Jim Prevost's. The community extends its patient in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thiel and Stephanie, Sidney. were CONNIE TORGERSON The Kenneth Backes spent the weekend in Helena where they attended the governor's inaugural ball, Saturday. Several members of the community attended .the ser- vice at the Alliance Church, Sunday, where they showed a film "Peacemakers." Mr. and Mrs. Jim St. Peter, Miles City, were weekend guests of the Ben Merciers. Mr. and Mrs.' Doug Quilling and Mikki Jo, Sidney, were Tuesday dinner guests of the Orlo Nevins family. Mrs. Bob Oostermeyer and children, Sidney, were Sunday callers at the Alex Hill home. Mrs. Warren Petrik, Miles City, was a Sunday visitor at the Bill Rehbein's. The Gordon Oaklands were Sunday dinner guests of the Charley Williams family. Mrs. Tom Pederson left on Sunday for Helena to visit the Oscar Kvaalen's. She is ex- pected to return Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Mullin are the parents of a baby girl born on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Roberts hosted a card party Saturday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vaira, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mavity, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Pritschet and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mullin. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thiessen and family spent Saturday evening at the Roger Williams home. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Williams and Rebecca were Sunday supper guests of the Charley Williams family. The Harold Burkes were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schmitz, Brockton. Tommy Prevost, Sidney, spent the weekend at the George Prevost home. The First Lutheran Church held their annual congregational meeting, Sunday. Officers were elected. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Herbse, Sidney; Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Rehbein and Jimmy Mullin were Monday guests of the Ben Mercier's. Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Larson, Girard, were Sunday supper guests of the Orlo Nevins family. Debbie Oakland was a visitor of Shirley Dore, Sidney, Sun- .,.%%..% .'.'*% .% * .. u.. . sympathy to the Gerald Willis family on the loss of their infant ,on. You're Invited To The Thursday, Feb. 1 5 6 p.m. at the LALONDE HOTEL nesday visitor at the Verner (lay. THE MENU King home. Mrs. Jimmy Mullin was a Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winhofer patient in the Sidney hospital visited Mrs. Ther!sa Winhofer, last week. Fri, Grid Sot. Evening Thursday, at Froth I,utheran Mr. and Mrs. Jim Prevost Tickets are on sale Home in Wolf Point.  , and Shane, were Saturday 7:00 - ! 1:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Myron uoorneK supper guests of the Frank m....  attended the PCA meeting anu (;urney's, Sidney. (hnnermWol[p_mt, Thursday Fritz Steinsmeyer was a now at Sobol,k's It's Happening at the I ! and Richland I i National Ban? I ..ORE I:ROII  I S ldney Paint & Glass 112 FSl Main - Phone: 482- 11103 | I :l . l , ,, ,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,, i i EVERYONE WELCOME