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12- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Feb. 7, 1973 Democratic Ladies Pick New Officers Mrs. Evelyn Sorensen, presided over the January meeting of the Richland County Democratic I,adies Club. Newly elected officers for the next two years are Mrs. Sorensen; secretary, Mrs. Wayne Nevins; vice president, Mrs. Mary Helen Arneson, and treasurer, Mrs. Julie Prevost. Following a brief business meeting, the following com- mittees were appointed: Publicity - Terry ,Johnson, Entertainment - Mary Jensen and Elsie Redlin, Finance - Christine and Sharon Hill, Historian - Kathryn Gartner, Social Calendar - Officers, Membership - Adell Bakken and I,orraine Prevost, Reception - Ailee Thiessen, Shellah Prevost anti Edna Schepens; Telephone - Elaine Amestoy, south Brockton; Helen Palmer, south Culbert- son; Marilyn Noyes, Mildred .Johnson and Frances Cayko, Fairview; Ruth i,echner, Savage; Frances Prevost, Immbert, and Hazel Peterson, Mabel Sorenson, I,orraine Prevost, Mary Jensen anti ttelen Petrik, Sidney. The next regular meeting of the I)cmocratic l,adies Club is scheduled for Feb. 27. The meeting will be held at the Sidney National Bank at 8 p.m. Each member is asked to bring a wrapped gift value not to exceed one dollar, with price clearly marked on the outside of the package, to the February meeting. Hall Services Held Feb. 5 Funeral services for I,eith Hall, 73, Sidney, were held at 2 p.m. Feb. 5, 1973, at People's Congregational Church with the Rev. ArnoM Brown of- ficiating. Betty Cumming sang "The I,ord Is My Shepherd" and "Ia;t Not Your Heart Be Troubled" accompanied by Marian Herron, organist. Ushers were: Paul Cresap and Jay I,alonde. Pallbearers were: ,Jim Haugen, Francis ,Jones, Ben Nordell, Dr. I. J. Peterson .Jr., Bill Rounce and lfill Seitz. Interment was in Sidney Cemetery under direction of Fulkerson Funeral Home. l,ola l,eith Hall was born at Dubuque County, Iowa, Sept. 9, 1899, daughter of Hiram and Izora Bancroft. She was raised there, graduating from Delhi Local Item Don Franz of Sidney baled 40 acres of barley straw last Thursday and Friday on his (lad's place, the Harold Franz, ranch, 17 miles northwest of Sidney in the Three Butte Community. Don said baling worked real good. Harold also mention(d, its always nice to keep your work kinda lined up so you (:an get right in there and get it (lone on time. I I Iowa High School in 1917 and attended Mankato Business (:ollege. She came to Sidney in March of 1924 where she was a ,tenographer for Yellowstone Mercantile. On Oct. 10, 1925, she and Glenn A. Hall were married at Glen(live and they lived at Richey until March of 1926 when they came to Sidney with Richland National Bank. They have lived in Sidney since. She died Friday morning, Feb. 2, 1973, at her home after an extended illness. She was a member of People's Congregational Church and the Women's Fellowship of the Church, Order of Eastern Star in Sid- ney, Daughters of the Nile, American Legion Auxiliary, PEO Sisterhood and was active in many offices in those organizations. She is survived by her widower, Glenn of Sidney; two daughters, Mrs. Dennis (Cynthia) Weir of Scott.sdale, Ariz., and Mrs. Ray (Carmene) (;unnell of San Jose, Calif.; four sisters, Mrs. Cecil Seger of Burbank, Calif.; Mrs. C. l,loyd Bunker of Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. W. M. Crane of Nor(bridge, ('alif., and Mrs. William Tate of Mason City, Iowa; and five ranthlaughters. She was preceded in death by one sister, one brother and her parents. I I IIII Prices Are High In fact the price of beef is as high as it's ever been. I J Let the people at VALLEY MEAT HELP YOU S.t-r.e-t-c-h Your Beef Dollar The most economical way to buy beef is still by the whole, half, or quarter Remember Our Easy Credit Terms Valley Meat Packing Co. Best Beef Cook Chole Crosby of Sidney is pictured with her winning recipe in the Ding-Dong CowBelles Beef Cook4)ff Saturday in Fairview. Miss Crosby fixed Best Swiss Steak for the judges. She received $15 from the local CowBelles and $25 from the Montana CowBelles. Miss Crosby and her recipe will be featured later in the Sidney Herald as Cook of the Week. Yellowstone Area News MRS. PETER HEINI,E Justin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hich Karst, observed his third birth(lay on Saturday when his mother entertained several of his small friends and their mothers at an afternoon party. ,Justin received gifts and everyone had a good time. Mrs. Virgil Karst was honored with a pink and blue shower this week. ttosts were Mrs. Jim Karst, Mrs. Dale l)anielson and Mrs. Harold Schlothauer. Mrs. Karst received many nice gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moore and Mike were dinner guests, Sunday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. (;ene Palmer, who live west of Fairview. Mrs. Norman Finsaas visited one atternoon this week with Mrs. Art Rudolph. Julie and Rhonda Finsaas wcrc overnight guests of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. N. Finsaas, this week. l,ater in the week, Julie came down with the nleasles. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Johnson were in Malta, Wed- nesday, to visit his mother, Mrs. Hueben Thompson, at the hospital. Mrs. Thompson is quite ill at this time. Patty Trudell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rusll Trudell, had as her guests for a slumber party on Friday evening, five of her girl friends. We understand there was not much slumber, but everyone enjoyed the evening. Mrs. Ernest Stordahl i)resented her piano pupils in a recital at her home on Thur- s(lay. Mothers of the students uere the uests. Mrs. Stordahl served a lunch after the recital. The Catholic ladies, who .crve(I the Feeders Tour Peterson, Philip Cotter, Sidney, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson, Sidney. The flu has really been making the rounds in our community this week. Quite a few children have been out of school. Mrs. Edwin Dschaak will be hostess to the members, of the Catholic Altar Society at her home on Thursday. The East Fairview PTO served the luncheon for the Feeders Tour at the school. Mr. and Mrs. IJoyd I,ester visited on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Filler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Filler are visiting Mr. anti Mrs. Ernest Filler and family, Cameron, Mont. Ehlean Flynn and Art Rudolph went to Billings to drive beet trucks when the crew had completed the hauling here. The Executive Committee for the Fairview United Presbyterian Women has been chosen as follows: Mrs. IJoyd l,ester, Mrs. Jack Hardy, Mrs. I;ob Flynn, Mrs. Thelma Salsbury and Mrs. Ervin Noyes. The women will meet and chose the officers from among the group. There were quite a few that took advantage of the good weather on Sunday and went skating at Cayko's Dam, west of I)ore. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schwend and mily, Glendive, visited on Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Karst. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller were Saturday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller. Fairview School for 9 a.m. It is entitled "Variety." A combination(earn from the Fairview Schools eighth grade anti the East Fairview eighth grade, will go to Sidney on Saturday and play a basketball game with the Sidney eighth grade. This will be the last game of the year for the Fast Fairview Midgets. Mrs. l,oren Mathson and Mrs. Jim Noble were both out of ,'school for a few days with the flu and had to have substitute teachers. Kim Taylor left on Monday hy plane to return to Roosevelt, Utah, where he is employed. He had spent the past week here at the home of his parenLs, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor. Tobin Taylorwas ill for several (lays with the chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. I,ee Norby are remodeling the house on the former Ray Peterson farm and they will be moving as soon as the work is completed. Mr. and Mrs. William Stienley and grandchildren, Tammy and Dean Stienley, visited on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ix)renz in Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Garry Stienley and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beiber went to Miles City on Sunday where they took part in a bowling tournament. Mr. and Mrs, Martin Wick were dinner guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. l(obert Wick and family and honored their grandson, Douglas, on his seventh birth- day. Mrs. Iver Johnson was surprised on her 84th birthday when her children, who live here, gathered at her home on on Saturday, reported Monday looked like our good Thursday evening. Others thevhanquitscrve(I Z3. weather had really left us. present were,'- Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hurley When we woke up it was (',enc Denowh, Mr. and Mrs. and family were supper guests snowing and blowing. Wayne l)enowh and Mrs. Ellen on Sun(lay at the home of Mr. ForecasLs tried to assure us Erickson, Cartwright. and Mrs. Frvin Beiber and that this would not last long and Jamily. that our sunny weather would Thc squirrel, without a tail return.  tlaat has been in the community Mr. andMrs. VernonPayette SCHOOL MENU tot sometime, and hasspent the and ('hris came last week from Officials at Sidney Public last two years at the Oscar Alexandria, Va.. where he has Schools announced the menu tlclm Iarm, is now making his heen stationed and they have this week for the week of Feb. home at the Ervin Beiber farm. been living. He left on Wed- 12through Feb. 16. The menu is lit, i. a busy little squirrel and ncsday to return to camp and subject to change without m, ny stop to watch as he Mrs. Payette and son will notice. .limbs trees and scampers remain here with her parents, Monday, Feb. 12-- Corn beef about. Mr. and Mrs. l,es Rongholt. casserole, tossed salad with Mr. and Mrs. George Beiber }larry t'ayette entertained at fruit, buttered hurts, peanut v, cre supper guests of Mr. and dinner'on Sunday at his home, butter cookies and milk. Mrs..lohn Beiber at Sidney, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Payette and Tuestlav, Feb. 13 -- Corn Saturday. tamih', Mr. and Mrs. Arne (logs, french fries, green beans, Mr. n(I Mrs. lgddie Bux- Kuka and family and Mr. and cinnamon knots and pineapple baum and Mrs. Kt, nCaykoand Mr.. Vernon "Payette and tidbit I)os, Glendive, wtre callers at famih. Wednesday, Feb. 14 -- Beef the, Nick,('aYko home. Mrs. Ken 'l'ht  East Fairview School set stew with vegetables, mashed ('ayko and" boys returned to' a rec'or(I on Monday which did potatoes, jello with their home the following day. not sound too good. Hope they strawberrms and mrsh- Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Cotter Jr. t,ntcrtained at a dinner at their home on Sunday honoring their son, Mike, on his fourth bir- thday, Among the guests were his iran(lparents, Mr. and Mrs. I,:rnie ('otter Jr.-and Marilyn, Mrs. l.:d Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Art Weber and family, :.hrxan(ler: Mr. and Mrs. Dick will soon break it. Out of 140 pupils enrolle(I the roll call yhowed 99 at school anti five became ill at school anti had to be taken hone before noon. The sickness was the result of the flu that has been making the rounds. On Feb. 15, a lyceum has b(,cn ehcduled at the East mallows, buttered buns and milk. Thursday, Feb. 15- Beans and wieners, cole slaw, but- tered buns, glorified rice and milk. Friday, Feb. 16- Tomato soup and crackers, peanut butter sandwich, pumpkin dessert and milk. 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