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10- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Feb., 7, 1973 Couple Honored on 25th An;niversary Approximately 160 guests attended a reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Oliver l`arson of + Arnegard, N. D., on their 25th + wedding anniversary at the + Zoar l,utheran Church south of " Arnegard, Sunday. Friends and &apos; relatives hosted the reception. Mrs. Paul Nelson was master of ceremonies. Mrs. Clarence :: Iiseth was organist. Clarence + I,eiseth sang a solo an(i a folk : ng and solos were sung by : Mrs. Carl Sclmltz. : Guests were registered by Pamela Dumdai and Rozanna , Irson. Punch was served by : Mrs. Harvey Skarre, Willis(on, . - and Mrs. Frank Hernandez, Sidney. The anniversary cake was cut and served by Mrs. + Carl Hagen, I,ydia Schultz, Gena Hagen and Mrs. Christ Stensrud. Coffee servers were : Mrs. Ernest Dumdai, Mrs. Armor l,arson and Mrs. Myron Rogness. Mrs. Niel Nelson was h&tess at large. Angelen A. Dumdai, daughter of the John Dumdai's of rural Arnegard, and Oliver Irn, son of the Albert I,arson's of the Redwing area, were married Feb. 1, 1948, in the Zoar l,utheran Church. Their attendants were Mrs. Myron Rogness, Mrs. Christ Stensrud, Armor larson and Ernest I)umdai anti music was furnished by Mr. anti Mrs. Clarence I,eiseth and Mrs. Carl Schultz. All attended the open house. They have two chihlren, Steven Oliver I,arson and Rozanna C. I`arson, who attend Arnegard grade school. Relatives hosted a pro- reception dinner at the Carl Hagen home. After the reception a buffet supper was held at the Oliver I,arson's. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eberlie, Zahl; Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wright and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Niel Nelson, Mr. and'Mrs. Christ Stensrud anti Mr. anti Mrs. Arnold Ceynar. Mr. anti Mrs. Oliver I,arson also I|osted a supper at the I,alonde hotel in Sidney for the following guests on Feb. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dumdai, Mr. and Mrs. Armor l,arson, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Rogness and Mr. and Mrs. Carl tlagen. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Larson .... ORDER QUALITY HATCHERY CHICKS NOW SUPPLY LIMITED BABY CHICK PRICE LIST AVAILABLE AT DEALERS OR WRITE OR PHONE QUALITY HATCHERY 1414 HWY 10 E. Billings, Mt. DEALERS FOR VAN DELIVERY SERVICE P.V. ELEVATOR -- SIDNEY Phone 482ol 309 = i Speech and Drama Fairview Forensics instructor Robert place at the Hardin Invitation meet last Timberman, center, looks over trophies won by weekend. Fairviea's speech and debate teams his class. Cole Boehler, left, and Doug Bux- won the sweepstakes trophy in the B and C baum have won most of the awards in varsity division at the meet. debate. Their most recent trophy was for first l)on Mrachek Photo :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: SOUTH CULBERTSON Weekly S noopers Sioux Pass club met at the home of Mrs. Viola Wick. Mr. and Mrs. Con Gustafson and Brian visited at the Charles Mc(;innis home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Foss an(1 ttelen Foss visited at Mar- tenson's, Sunday. Mr. anti Mrs. Kenneth (;ustafson and Don are home at the Con Gustafson's, following his discharge from the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles tlackley left last Saturday for South America .to visit her mother and friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Westby were dinner guests at the l,awrence Hernesses. Af- terwards they drove to Glen- dive to attend the silver wed- ding of John Nesset's, former ( :ulberLson residents. Mr. anti Mrs. Arvin Heinle and Beth, Fairview, visited Saturday at the Dick Sun- (Iheim's. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sumlheim and boys were also visitors there in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hackley attende(l the Gone Goedert funeral in Poplar Friday. He Local Item Word has been received here by Mrs. Mac Severson that her brother, John Armentraut, Rolette, N. I)., passed away of a heart attack. He worked here at the tIolly Sugar factory in the early 1940's. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: was a classmate of Mrs. tlackley's. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Raaum visited at the Gerald Raaum's, Thursday. They were en route home to Fortune, N. D., after spending seven weeks at the West Coast. Mr. anti Mrs. Ted Rcidle, Sidney, visited at the Bill Vitt home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haaum were guests of the lWern Schletlewitz's Sunday at the Fish Feed in Culbertson. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Vitt were mests of the Bill Vitt's, Sunday afternoon. GARY'S FAIRVIEW, MONT. Store hours B:oo a.m. to 5:30 pm. or Cartwright A:t,ea News NoW MRS. FRANK LEENS Sioux Earmers Union local will hold a potluck oyster supper Friday, Feb. 9, at 6:30 p.m. at the Cartwright Hall. Cards will be played later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil I,u(lington of Williston visited Friday at the Milton Olson home. Mrs. l,udington and Mrs. Olson are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. John Dunbar were coffee guests on Wed- nesday at the Nora Papineau home in Williston. Mrs. Ray Papineau and Reta and Mrs. Russell Papineau and boys were also coffee guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Johnson were in Sidney, Wednesday, and visited Gus Voss at the hospital, Agnes (:roy in Richland Homes and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mercier. Mr. and Mrs. Art Paulson and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gullikson attended Homemakers Fun night at the Watford City Civic Center, Tuesday, at 7 p.m. with a delicious supper meal featuring hot dishes, salads and desserts selected from recipes of other countries prepared by local homemaker clubs. The Sun- shine Club from here had to hring a foreign salad. Sunday supper guests at Forrest Johnson's were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Klose. In the evening a card party was held honoring Roy Johnson for his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. l,awrence Croy, Mrs. Alfred Gullikson helped l,aura (;oss celebrate her first birthday on Thursday in Sid- ney. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Walker and son, Clyde Park, Mont., and Mr. and Mrs. Stormy Vickers visited on Sunday at the Art Vickers home. Byron Vickers left Thursday for Minot where he will visit for a week. Roger Yickers left by plane from Sidney, Wednesday, for Fort i,eonardwood, Mo., where he will-spend four months in basic training in the National Guards. Mrs. Frank I,eens, ac- companied by Mrs. Patterson an(l her Mrs. Orville Herman,! view, drove to Willist Friday. Mr. and Mrs. I`awrence( aml Mr. and Mrs. Gullikson were Sunday, at the Sorensen home. Many grown ups have been anti some present time, ill with Hope the change of will curb some of this iiiii Sidney ::i SSHS Happenings The graduating senior class has decided on their class motto and flower. The motto is, "I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and today is the dawn of peace." Roses were picked for the class flower and class colors will be various shades of blue. Speech Club is hard at work preparing for their trip to I,ewistown for the Speech and l)rama Meet. Those going will leave Friday afternoon and return early Sunday nmrning. (food luck! The library has just received a large shipment of paperback novels. They are on display in the library anti are ready to be checked out. The top ten per cent has been established and class ranks decided. Seniors, see Mrs. Red- U.S. CHOICE i end'r Irlmmed gren for your class ran Parts have been the musical, "You're a Man, Charlie Brown." T Il is as follows: Charlie Tom Thompson, I,inus Buehler, I,ucy- son, Patty Jann Snoopy Mike Schroeder - Tim Pfau. The understudy's performing for one ration. They are as Charlie Brown - Tom son, l,inus- Don Omstea& ] - I,ois Iverson, Patty- Elliot, Snoopy - Mike meyer, and Schroeder Mathieu. 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