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GLE OPEN This Week AREA NEWS versons Honored at Farewell MRS, FRANK LEENS and Mrs. Bert Young- entertained relatives and at their home Sunday for Mr. and Over son and vho will be moving to this week. The have been living in Lud Mr. Over son Those Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Mrs. Eddie Berry, Mr. Mr. and Lassey, Mr. and David Las- Mrs. Allan Las- Don Iver son, Frank Lassey, Lassey and and Mrs. Ronald and Mrs. Bill Frank Leens, s Dale and two cAll- honored guests, s. Clarence Over- Oakland, Wayne and Mrs. Frank Rended the blue and at the West Fair- Cafeteria Sunday, a sil- year pin and a and Mrs. Oscar an award for mother helper. Episcopal met Thursday Klose home in William Dobias devotions followed by Mrs. Vernon SYmbols and sea- church year. A question and answer card quiz was given. Mrs. Jim Gullikson and Mrs. Richard Cr served lunch for the hospital linen guild Friday. Two ladies of the church will sew at the hospital Tuesday and Thursday for the next two weeks alternating. Fa- ther Coffin of Willistonwas also present for the meeting. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Leens, Havre, came Saturday to visit his mother, Mrs. Emma Leens at the Richland HomesinSidney and with his sister and family, Mrs. Perry Elletson  and brothers, Julius and I rank. They were dinner guests at Frank Leens Saturday and Mon- day. Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Leens and Mrs. Frank Leens visited at the Per- ry Elletson Jr. home and Sun- day went to Watford to visit her mother and a brother and family near Arnegard. They visited his mother again Mow day on their way home. They visited briefly with his sister in Falrview too. Mrs. Jim Gullikson enter- tained guests at supper for the birthday of her husband and for Jack Dunbar Wednesday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Goss and Lyle, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Edam and children, Sid- ney; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gul- likson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Croy and Lois, Mr. and Mrs. John Dunbar, Bill Lanz and Herman Sorenson. Mr. and Mrs. David Lassey became parents of a son last Monday, Feb. 8, at the Corn- munity Memorial Hospital in Sidney. Congratualtions to the parents. They named the baby, Steven James. He weighed seven pounds and nine ounces. They returned home Saturday. Several from the Cartwright community attended the annual meeting and dinner of the Credit Union at the Moose Hall in Sid- ney. Mrs. George Dobias won the clock radio. The name of the infant daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams of Rosebud, Mont., was misspelled. It should have been Joetta Jean. The infant is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobias. Mr. and Mrs. John Dunbar, Mrs. Olaf Odegaard and Mrs. Nora Papineau were dinner guests Sunday at the Esther Bartram home in Williston in observance of the birthdays of Mrs. Papineau and Mrs. Bar- tram. Sunday supper guests at the Alfred Gullikson home were Mr. and Mrs. Math Koch, patricla, Monica and Lisa, Mrs. Serina Brosten and Christy Lebsock. Lyle Goss was a guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Gullikson from Wednesday until saturday of last week. Mrs. Clifford Hartle and daughter, and Robbie Hartle, Glendive, visited Sunday at the Lawrence Crc home. They re- port that Emil Hartl, who had heart surgery in a Seattle hos- pital, is doing quite nicely. His wife, Marie, is with him, and Mrs. Clifford Hartl and dmJgh- ter of Fargo are staying inGlen- EA NEWS ornemakers Receive Drug lesson on was those taking les- area included Dav- Russell John- and Mrs. David and Mrs. Jerry and Mrs. Ray- md Mr. and Mrs. won second cook off held Saturday. She made areci- pe called Barhe Cups. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Coon and fami attended an open house for the Don Steinbeissers Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Ander- son and Janice went to a card party Saturday night at Heine Madisons home. A public card party will be held at Midway Community Cen- ter Feb. 20 at 8 p.m. Holds Feb, 12 IVlAatina to hear DeVon Woodiand,.Ns- " 5"'w "', ":O :: :. : tLonal:dlrect.or from Idaho on Auxiliary met on Feb. Henderson pre- of Allegiance to of Wed Don Ninneman, the en- their dmghter, Michael j. Mel- and Mrs. Gene graduated High School in art ed- from Sld- and is also a State Uni. in civil en- CH ;ting 4-H "st regular e home of Marlious Dynneson are in B0- chester. Mr s. Ann Bauman had abirth- day party for Mrs. Mildred Johnson at her house Friday afternoon. Joe Gartner, Russ Denowh, Roger Johnson, Earl johnson, Mr. and Mrs. D. Kenneth John- son, Mr. and Mrs. Russell John- son, Mr. and Mrs. Art Miller, Mr. and Mrs. ChrisRasmussen and Bud Daniels were among those attending the National Farmers Organization meeting Hurst, er; Kathy eader, and and Paula chose t year pro- gave a I SO, mem- for Was Served by Mrs. Roll call was answered by 32 member s. Secretary Ruth Goldsmith read the minutes of the January meeting. Albert Sorenson gave the treasurer' s report. Mrs. Royle Koch, sewing chairman, reported the sewing was done by the Pella Lutheran Church and Margaret Rau. A letter was received from Mrs. Elsie Spaur, a long time auxiliary member, who is re- cuperating from a heart attack in Middleton, Id. Clara Thompson, with the help of Ruth Sax, made the tray favors for Valentine's Day. Kay Fulkerson and Ruth Neff are to make the tray favor for March. C. Greg McKown, Hospital Administrator, stated a porta- ble cart is now in the process of being made. The cart will be used as room service to the patients for candies and books. An executive meeting will soon he called to finish the yearbook. Lunch was served. Wagon Club Has General Meeting The MonDak Wagon Train Club held their general meet- ing Feb. 13. There were discussions on this year's activities, including a wagon train trip. Fred Thompson from Cul- bertson, showed slides of their Labor Day weekend trail ride. Lunch was served by Mary Arneson, Josie Lundquist and Mabel Sorensen. Wagon Train Club members and friends met Feb. 14 for their second sleigh ride party for the season at Bill Rehbeins ranch east of Lambert. Bill Rehbein and Ben Mercer furnished the teams and sleds. The Rebbeins served coffee following the sleigh ride. On Feb. 21 the Wa- gon Train Club will hold a fun night for the ehildren at the scout cabin. Club members andguestswill meet at 4 p.m. for a potluck lunch after which the evening will be spent with games for the children. Be sure and come. LOCAL NEWS ITEM Mr. and Mrs. John McVay, Corvallis, Ore., are theparents of an eight pound boy born Feb. 16 at Corvallis. They axe both graduates of Sidney Senior High School. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald McVay of Sidney. Saturday. The Mon- Dak Pork Produc- ers will meet in the Culbertson State Bank at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 23. The program and afilmentitled "Flaming Water" willbe shown by Bill Zeaisi. The Happy HomemakersClub dive with Robbie. Word was received that the Rev. William Powell of Minot, formerly of Williston, had sur- gery about three weeks ago and is not too well at this time. Word was received Monday that Bryan Dunbar is stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leens visited Emil Johnson at Arne- gard Home for the Aged Mon- day afternoon and then drove on to Williston where they visited Olaf Odegaard a the Good Sam- aritan Hospital and with Olaf's wife while there. Other people from Cartwright had been at the hospital to see Mr, Odegaard were: Mr. and Mrs. DickErick- son, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Las- sey. Other visitors there were Mrs. OlgaLassey anddaugh- ter, Mrs. Skugen and son, Valley City, N, D.; Mr. andMx$, Clyde Staley, Wafford City, and other Williston visitors. Word has been received in our community of the death of Mrs. Carl (Jennie): Andern of Williston FridaY; She was a resident of tls conuminityfor many years and flledti ahome- stead south of Cartwright when she came tothisaveaandiswell known and will be missed.Sym pathy isextended her daughter, Mrs. Lila Ennis and family and to her niece, Mrs. Andrew Mon- son and family and other rein- fives. Mrs. Jerry Lassey anded the church music worhshop in Willlston Sattwday at the First Lutheran hurZh. '. Lessons will begin a series c bake auc- tions the Wednesday meeting at Jerry Obergfells. The Brorson School students, under the direction of tlmr teachers, Mr s, Tlbbits, Mrs. Graver and Miss Riley, present- ed a varied patriotic .and musi- cal program for their mothers Friday afternoon in honor of the President' s birtRlay.Following ts the pr e : school vi:slt0vs and students enjoyed a Valentine exchange, games and lunch. The County! Health NuEse, Mary Alice Rehbein old the Farmhand 444 Ctub m/#mbers; the areas that make up ahealthy person at the, meeting SundaY. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jobnson entertained With a whist party attheir home, Saturday. Guests were the Harold Franz:s, Dave Albins, Walt B aumans, Ray Pet- ersons : and Harold Bensens. Jack Vaughn Trio Entertainment --.-- --*- Every Night Except { BANQUET - Arnold Schoepp, Fairview's Boy Scout leader and Mrs. John Otterstetter, whose husband is Fairview's Cub Scoutmaster, go through the food line at the Scout Blue and Gold banquet in Fairview. Senator' s Report By C. R. THIESSEN I just listened to the House of Representatives debate and kill HB 590 -- Selective Sales Tax on sleeping accommoda- tions, tourist and sporting ac- commedations, and restaur- ants. The fiscal note said it would yield about $15.6 million for the biennium. My predic- tion of las week that our rev- enue problems were being re- solved earlier than usual is not true. There is absolutely no hope with all the major new i'evenne mea=res dead. The existing revenue would at best support a bare bones budget and this I don't believe eitl=r poHfical PartY is willing tobuy. It looks like we may be here for a long time unless we find a greater spiritof compromise. The house killed their school foundation program and the Sen- ate amended theirs to a nine per cent increase and sent it over to the house. We have a serious problem in that the Montana Education Association and the School Board's Associ- ation put on a very strong drive for an ever increased founda- tion prugram -- but fail or re- fuse to lobby for revenue to fund the state portion. Conse- quently, the propertY tax payer gets nailed for the major fund- ing. I heartily disagreed with the Senate yesterday in passing two excessive salary increase bills -- for elected state officials, supreme court justices anddis- trict judges -- someas much as $7,000.00. To me, this iswrong in our depressed economy andI hope that sharp reductions will be made in the House of Rep- resentatives to these measures. A number of McCone and Richland CountY constituents were here visiting us this past week, and we have word that more are coming for this com- ing week. Club to Hold Annual Display The Gate City Coin and Stamp Club of Glendive, is holding their armual display and public auction, March 7, at 1:30 p.m. at the American Legion Hall in Glendive. Auction consists of coins, bottles and Montana Centennial Bottle, etc, QUILLING'S MARKET MEATS -GROCERIES -- S U NDRIES SIX BLOCKS EAST OF LALONDE HOTEL t Free Delivery Twice Daily Round Steak,.,..: ............... ..,...;.1b.97c T- Bone .......... .. ..... ...,...... ........ ...1.05 Rib Steak ........................ ,..:... lb, 95c Sirloin ..................... ................... 1,05 Ground Beef .r .............. "" 2 Ibs, $1:i9 Our Own Grind Sausage ................... 2 lbs. 95c Pork Chops lb. 65c Boneless Stew ,......... ..... . ........ lb. 75c Pennywise Bacon ....,..: .......... lb. 59c Thick Bulk Bacon : .. ............... lb. 69c See us for your Freezer Meat (Special Prices) Phone 482-3410 or 482-3411 All Nations Cook Books ......... aeg. St.00 ............ 50c Wagners orange or grape ............... 2/59c U.S. No. ! Bananas ............................ 2 lb. 23c Tomato J uiee Standby ......................... 46oz. Tomatoes Standby Whole ................ 303 cam I Pinespple Grapefruit Juice ............................ o=. =n2/65, Catsup- Standby ................ 14 oz.2/49c Tuna Stanby - Chunk Style ................ 2/77c Longhorn Cheese .................. 1 lb. 83c Large Choice ....................... 2 lbs./29c Carrots .................... 2- 1 lb. cello 25c $ummme Isle Sliced Pine apple .............. 2 size can 29c February 18 - 19 - 20 Whole or Cream Style Corn Standby ................... .2/43c Standby Kidney Beans ......... 2 for 33c Ice Cream Top Value ........................... C, aL 67c Cut Green Beam Standby ............................ No. ... 2/45c Fruit Cocktail Standby ........................... no3 s 2/59c Cake Mix Duncan Hines .. White Cake.. 2/69C ill [ ,- al i i i t PRICES EF FECTI 1 The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, February 17, 1971 - 7 Farmers, Ranchers To Help in Survey Planting intention question - Those receiving quesUon- nalres are being prepared for a nalres are encouraged to corn- Feb. 18 mailing to a cross sec- plete and promptly return them tion of Montana farmers and to the Statistician's office in ranchers to obtain their 1971 Helena. Individual reports are planting intentions, important in building a repre- The survey is conducted an- sentative sample of the State. nually by the Statistical Re- This is different from the porting Service toprovide farm- Special Planting Intentions sur- ers with State and National In- vey conducted earlier this year tention estimates for use in to evaluate affects of the new evaluating their plans Government Program. 4 15% Off all Quilted Bedspreads plus Patterns Valleio and Brussells Starting THURSDAY DgiI0 0O oo 0 0 o 0o0mm- Sale 8 48 Reg. 9.98 twin or full size 'Garden Path' quilted bedspread of polished cotton with polyester fill. Floral print in bright pastels. Sale 112 Rog. $14 twin size 'Vallejo' woven cotton jacquard bedspread 'Mediterranean' styling. Full size reg. $15 Now 12.7$ Sale 8 48 Reg. 9.98 twin size "Brussels' woven cotton bedspread has geometric, textured pattern, cotton fringe. Full size reg. $11 Now 9.35 FINAL JACKET CLEANUP STARTS FRIDAY 8:30 a.m. 4 MEN'S ................................................. NOW 7. 32 SMALL BOY'S ................................... NOW 3. IaGIRL'S ............................................... NOW 4.8 9 WOMEN'S LEATHER ......................... NOW 13.88 6 WOMEN'S ........................................... NOW 8.88 , l@ql Open Monday LIKE IT thru Saturday ;HARGE IT! 8:30 to 5 Friday til 6