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6- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, February 17, 1971 Sherry Dahl Wins Beef Cook Contest Sherry Dalai of Fairview won the first place award Saturday at the annual CowI3elle Beef Cook-Off in Sidney. She received an engraved plaque for her beef dish - Cheeseburger Casserole. Sheri Larson, as second place winner was awarded a trophy for her Beef Barbecups. Rice and Currey, prepared by Vicki Chase was selected as the third place entry. She re- ceived a tropkv also. The Contestants, their moth- ers, home economics teachers and judges were guests of the Wyman Services Held February 11 Funeral services for Eugene R. 'Bud' Wyman, 59, Sidney, were held at 2 p.m., Feb. 11, at Fulkerson Memorial Chapel in Sidney. Interment was in Newlon Cemetery. Rev. ,lames Esehenbrenner, pastor of Christian and Missionary Alli- ance Church officiated. Eugene Russell Wyman was born Feb. 7, 1912, at Crane, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Wyman. He grew up there and graduated from Sid- ney ttigh chool in 1928. 'Bud' passed away Feb. 7, 1971, at Columbus ttospital in Great Falls where he had been admitted for lung surgery, tie had been in ill health for many years. Surviving him are one broth- er, Guy Wyman, St. Paul, Minn., six sisters, Mrs. Charles (Em- ma) Dupuis, Divide, Mont.; Mrs. Edith B. Dahl, Sidney; Mrs. At- chic (Zola) Moss, Kalispell, Mont.; Mrs. Gene (Carol)Clare- mont, Poison, Mont.; Mrs. Lu- cille Emmert, attle, Wash.; and Mrs. tlertry (Julia)Smick, Brush Prairie, Wash.; and nu- merous nieces and nephews in- cluding Thomas and William Wyman, Sidney. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Dan andFrank Wyman. At the services the Merrill Womach Quartet sang "ltow Great Thou Art." The Carol Read and Merrill Womach Duel sang "In The Gawden." Pallbearers were Soren Pet- ersen, John O'Brien, ltenry O'- Brien, Elmer Bates, Roy Phin- ney and Art Kemmis. Fulkersen Funeral }lame of dney was in charge of arrange- ments. CowBelles for a covered dish dinner 'after the .judging. The Beef Cook-Off is sponsor- ed by the local CowBelles. Con- testants may be either a boy or girl of high school age. The dish prepared must serve four or more and contain a minimumof three ounces of beef per rving. Judging the contest were: Mrs. Mabel Frnester, Mrs. Daniel Burr and Mrs. Sterling Swigart. Miss Dahl will compete in the District Contest to be announc- ed at a later date. District win- ner winner will receive $25 award from the State CowBelles and a trip to Great Fallsfor the State Championship during the North Montana State Fair. CHEESEBURGER C ASSEROI.I:. 1 pound ground beef 1/4 cup chopped green pepper tA cup chopped onion 8 - ounce can tomato sauce l, cup catsup Vs teaspoon pepper / pound sliced American cheese 1 can Pillsbury Refrigerated C, ountry Style or Buttermilk Biscuits Temperature 400 degrees 4 to 6 servings. Brown ground beef withonion and green ix,'pper in skillet. Drain off fat. Add tomato sauce, catsup and pbpper; heat. Alter- nate meat mixture and cheese slices in ungreased 1: quart casserole. Arrange biuits around edge of casserole. Bake at 4011 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes, until a golden brown. Masons Honored At Dinner Meet ltichland Chapter No. 62 hon- ored the Masons on Feb. 10, with a dinner at the Masonic Temple. The program began by singing paU-iotic songs. Phyllis Fding- ton sang "Your Grand Old l,'lag," accompanied by Barbara llarchenko. Guest speaker for the event was 11arold Mercer. ,Jay Sissel gave a talk on the Masonic ttome in Helena. The Masons were presented with a gift. Following the program, Wor- thy Matron Jackie Nordell, be- gan the regular meeting. It was decided that we would have a Public Card Party March 13 at the Masonic Temple starting at 1:3{} p.m. A social hour was enjoyed in the dining room after the meet- ing. I I NOTIC ' iiii : ( i i i!i i DRESS UP - Winners of the Central Grade School dress up competition during Citizenship Week are front row (I to r) Mark EberlingandDickieDasinger. Second row from (I to r) are Jeff Baumann, Gall Rasmussen and Tim EIIwein. Kenny Redman is pictured in the back row. Mona- Charley Creek News The CC Stackmovers Associ- ation held a meetiug at the Alvin Fisher home in Sidney and en- joyed supper at La Chateau later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Bideg;way are the parents of a boy born Feb. 12 at the Community Me- morial ltospital in ,Sidney. The baby weighed seven pounds and 12 ounces. veral neighbors attended the silver wedding anniversary celebration in Sidney Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. ttarold Buxbaum. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Rauschen- dorfer and family were Sunday dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs: Tony Ruffatto' s, Brockton. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ruffatto helped her mother, Mrs. Adolph Strand, celebrate her 80th birth- day at Richland llomes, Satur- day. Saturday overnight guests at Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gwten's ere (;race, Renee m Gary Rauschendorfer. Members of the 'luare 1)ante club. attended the square dancing in Culbertson and Poplar Wednesd&v and Friday hight. Sidney Water Users Association will take applications for position of Ditch Rider on their Irrigation Project East of Sidney, Montana. Applications and inquires should be made to the association secretary, Jerry Butner at the Rictdand National Bank in Sidney prior h, 7:30 p.m. - Feb. 23, 1971 Job requires knowledge of pumps, canals, operation of ditch cleaning equipment and other duties required in irrigation water distribution (5-3t) Mrs. LaVon Sehlenz spent Thursday in Sidney with her mother, Mrs. Ora Sheehan, who had surgery in the ,Sidney hos- pital that dab. The Mona Ilomemakers Club held their meeting at the home of Mrs. Raymond Schmitz, Thursday. The members work- ed on recipes for their cook- book. There will be a public meet- ing at the Elmdrale Hall held by the ASC office, Feb. 22 at 7:30 p.m. Farmers and their wives and all other interested persons are urged to attend t,) hear the explanation of the new farm wheat and feed grain programs. Friends and neighbors gath- ered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ca] Steppler Feb. 9 to help them celebrate their silver wedding anniversary. A public celebra- tion will be held in their honor at a date in July  their daugh- ter and son-in-law can attend. Bobby Baker, Sedley, Sask., Canada, arrived for a visit at the Cal Steppler home, Thurs- mittee members held a work meeting in the Victor Irigoin home, Thursday. Sherri Schlenz was an over- night guest of Kim tlagen, South Poplar, Thursday'. Mr. and Mrs. Butch Candee visited Mr. and Mrs. LaVon Schlenz, Sunday. Dean Steppler spent Friday night with Dennis Larson, Cul- bertson and Donnie was a Sat- urday and Sunday visitor at De an' s. Callers to the Cal Steppler's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fisher. They all went to Sidney in the afternoon to attend the open house for Lars Larson's 100th birthday. Mrs. Oral ttollom has beenon the sick list thepastweek. Call- ers at their home include Mr. and Mrs. Ben Deidrick, Vida; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pike andMrs. Malay, Poplar; Mrs. Grace Pike and Joyce, and Mrs. Mary E. Haase, Leonard Haase andboys, Sidney. Coffee guests at Mary Fish- er's were Mrs. Mike Fisher day. and Mrs. LaVonSchlenz, Fri- Mary Fisher is staying with day afternoon: .... the ,lohnn Ruffatto children while Mr. and Mws. Ruffatto are on a trip to Las Vegas, Nev. Mr. and Mrs. Les Candee left for Billings where they will visit the Edgar Fisher's and go onto Waterloo, Ia., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Russell Candee. Mrs. Mel Rauschendorfer and Mrs. Butch Candee went tohelp make plans for a bridal shower for Connie Johnston. The shower will be held at the Bill Fatzinger home Feb. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ruffatto attended the Teacher - Parents colfferences in Poplar, Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. ttarold Martin were supper guests at the Dave Davis home, Friday. Duane Martin was aguest also. The Mona - Elmdale fair cam- The Pete Ruffatto" s were vis- itors at the tM'chie Strand, Elm- dale, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin attended the sixth and seventh grade basketball games in Lam- bert Saturday between the Fair- view East School and Lambert. Mrs. Clyde Garten took the Oral Hollom children to the bas- ketball games in Lambert, Sat- urday. Saturday callers tovisitMrs. Oral Hollom were her mother, Mrs. Mary Haase and her sis- ter, Mrs. Con McVay, Sidney. Mrs. Harold Martin left for Great Falls Sunday toheipMrs. Darold Martin for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Steppler and Bobby Baker were Willis- ton visitors Saturday. Sunday afternoon callers at the Oral Hollom' s were Mr. "and Mrs. Don McVay, Sidney. Eastern Stal' to == war Sch,mrships Eastern S t a r Training Awards for Religious Leader- ship (FSTARI,) will be granted agdn tiffs year to Upper- class studcuts in accredited colleges or seminaries, who are prepar- ing for some field of religious service, such as ministerial, missionary, directorship, of church music, religious edu- cation and youth leadership. The Grand Chapter of Mon- tana, Order of Eastern Star, offers these scholarships to deserving young men and wom- en who plan to devote their lives to Christian Service. Ap- plicants must be residents and must be sponsored by an Eastern Star Chapter in Mon- tana. Former applicants are urged to apply. Application forms may be obtained , writing to Chapter of Maud Marshal O.K.S. No 102 EST:RI. Chairman, Mrs. Otis Waters at Richey, Mont. Certificates of :\\;ward will be presented to successful appli- cants or to a member of the sponsoring chapter, at the Grmad Chapter Session to be held in the Universib Center on the Campus of the t:hiver- si of Montana in Missoula in hme. II [ DR. S..M. LINDBLOM Chiropractor Hours: Man.- Fri. 9- 12 a.m., 1:15 - 5:00 p.m. Evenings and Saturdays by appointment Phone: 482 - 1796 716 S. Central Ave. Sidey, Mont. Hill II I Sullivan Gets Leading Bill Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sullivan of Fair- view, will play the leading role in the Dawson College produc- tion "[.'lowers for Algernon." Sullivaz], a freshman at the Gldndive communi college, is majoring in speech and drama. tle will play Charlie Gordon, the role for wifich Cliff Robert- son won an Academy Award for Best Actor of 1968, inthemovie version "Charley." Peggy Schwartz of Glendive will play the feminine lead Alice Kinnian. Miss Schwartz is also a freshman and is majoriirg in i." ng li sh. The plab will be presented Feb. 17 and 18 in the Dawson County tligh School auditori- um. Curtain time will be 7:30 p.m. both nights. "Flowers for Algernon" is the compelling story of Charlie Gordon, the willing victim of a strange experiment that takes him from a mbron to a genius to a man in search of himself. Written by David Rogers, the play is based on a novel by Dan- iel Keyes and is beingprodueed at Dawson in cooperation with Dramatic Publishil Co. of Chi- cago. I)irecting the play is Marilyn Ridenhower, an instructor of English, drama and journalism at LKL Kerry Flaten is the stu- dent director. Pat Knaff, son of George P. Knaff of Sidney, will be seen in the play portraying Charlie as a teenager and Carol Maschera, daughter of Charles W. has a role in gernon." Napkins Agate $ Murray Selected For Performance The Sidney ttighS, chool's 1971 Betty Crocker ttomemaker of Tomorrow is senior Minnie E. Murray, selected for her per- formanee in awritten knowledge and attitude examination admin- istered to senior girls Dec. 1. She received a specially de- signed awm'd from General .Mills, sponsor of the aonualed- ucation program. Additionally, she is now eligible for state and national honors, including one of t02 college scholarships total- ing $110,000. The national first -place win- ner -- the 1971 Betty Crocker All - American Homemaker of Tomorrow -- will receive a $5,000 educational grant. She will be chosen this spring from 51 Homemakers of Tomorrow representing each state and the District of Columbia at the close of an expense - paid educational tour of Washington, D. C., and Colonial Williamsburg, Va. BEAUT Parlh':ipate m your local anti-htter program. It'S e job to keep our state clean. 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