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8 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, February 17, 1971 ELMDALE - SPRINGLAKE - ENID F arm Meeting Set Feb. 22 MRS, FRANCES STEPPLER There will be an ASC meeting at the Ehndale ttall Feb. 22 at 7:ao p.m. for all farmers and their wives and all interested persons to hear th6-explanation of the 1971 wheat andfeedgrain program. The t,ambert l&apos;rA held a meeting in the Lambert school Monday fright. Relatives and friends attend- ed a gathering at the Cal Step- pier home, Mona, Feb. 9, in hon- or of Mr. and Mrs. Steppler's 25th wedding anniversary. The Lambert Altar Society held their meeting in the Cath- olic Church Rectory, Wednes- day, with Mrs. Richard Heir as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gladow- ski attended the square danc- ing at the I.alonde Ilotel, Sun- day. Word was received of the reenition of Hoberta Gladow- ski in "Who's Who of the Out- standing Young People of America." Roberta is a daugh- ter of Mr, and Mrs. l:rank Glad- owski and is worki ng on her Doc- tor' s Degree at the Univer siky of Minnesota. veral fa, milies atl:nded fu- neral services for }Valu,'r Bur- gess last 3msday. Mrs. Edward Larson spent a few days visiting in Great Falls last week. Linda Fink was an overnigtlt guest of Virginia Goulart, Lam- bert, Saturday. lh'. and Mrs. Edward Larson were Saturday callers at the Glenn Mavity Jr. home. Larry Snedigar, Bozeman, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Feddas, White Sulpher Springs, spent the weekend visiting their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. A1Snedigar and Henry. Carol Irigoin spent Sunday visiting Linda Fink. Sunday visitors at the AI Snedigar's were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Yates and family, Glen- dive. Jim Kelly and sons, Joe, Kevin and Jeff, were Sunday visitors at the Glen Mavity Jr. home. Mrs. Paul Amestoy was a patient in the Sidney hospital, Wednesday through Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams were weekend visitors at the John Cards' s. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cards, Saturday at the La Chateau. The lower grades of the Sprlnglake School with Mrs. Pratt as teacher, held a valen- tine party for the mothers, Friday. The upper grades held a party also. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Keller picked up their daughter, Mrs. CurUs Petrik, Lambert, and spent the day visiting Harry Hartland at his home in Sidney. Sunday visitors for snowmo- biling at the Harold Carda's were Bob Albin and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cnndiff, SonthGlrard. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Irigoln and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Brown's, Sidney. Mrs. Celia Gibson, Riehey, was an overnight guest of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vaira, Wednesday. Thursday, she entered the Community Me- morial Hospital for medical te st s. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Irigoin, Mr s. Lld Sbeehau, Mr s. Glenn Mavity Jr., Mrs. Jim Valra, Mrs. Paul ValraandMrs. Fran- ces Steppler attended the meet- ins on drugs at theElks, Thurso day. The Elmdale- Mona Fair Committee held a work meet- lug at the home  Mr. andMrs. Victor Irigoin, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Cards, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Klasna Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Valra, Larry and Charlene, attended the Peerless - Lambert basket- ball game in Peerless Friday, Mrs. Aldo Vaira accompan- ied Mrs. Quido Vaira aad Vick- ie to Sidney Sunday and attended the celebration in honor of Lars Larson's 100th birthday. Shelly Thorton was an over- night guest of Dureen Vatra, Saturday. Sunday dinner guests at the Jim Brenner's were Mr. and Mrs. Barry Butka and son, Glen- dive, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Butka. Weekend guests at the Lloyd Butka were their son, Mr. aad Mr s. Gary Kautz smart, Billings. The Mon- Dak Wagon Club held a sleigh ride at the Bill Rehhein home, Lambert, Sun- day. Attending from this com- munity were Jim Brenner, Pat and Gregg, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Butka. Frances Steppler and Mary- ann Irigoin were visitors at Mrs. O. V. Greene and Emma Jackson, Fairview Friday and evening visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stepplers. They alsocalled on Mrs. Paul Ameaty sad Mrs. Jean Bidegaray who are patients in the Sidney hospital. Mrs. Ora Sheehan, formerly SWEETHEART BALL - Sidney Jayceen Sandy Donovan works on decorations for the annual Jaycee Sweetheart Ball here Feb. 20. Sandy is working on heart forma- tions made of red net fabric and wire. RICHEY AREA NEWS Couple Returns From Haiti HELEN H. HANSON Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dick and Claudia returned Feb. 8 from their five week trip to Haiti where they spent two weeks with Dick's cousin Mis- sionary Leslie Dick and family and also did some carpenter work for them.. The Dicks stated Haiti is a beautiful island but they would rather live here. They said there is an abundance of very poor people there. The Dicks also toured parts of Florida, Cape Kennedy, Cy- press Gardens, and many plac- es of interest. They stopped to visit a Navy Buddy of Leonard' s in Florence, S. C., en route home. In Norfolk, Vs., theyvis- ited Mr. and Mrs. James Fel- lows (She was formerly Mar- jorie Strobel of Richey). In lings and went from there by Frontier Airlines to Fresno, Calif., where they will visit his brother, Guy Waters, and family. Bridge Club was entertained in the Lyle More*y home Mon- day night. The prizes went to Mrs. Roland Grundmeyer, Mrs. Lloyd Eggum, Mrs. VernonCul- ver and Vera Boles. Wednesday visitors of Mrs. Addle Callison were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holm, Mrs. Lane Flanagan and Schawn, all of Sidney. Whist was played. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Valra and Celia Gibson were Wednes- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alan ToRe and DeAnn, Sidney, Feb. 10. The occasion being Mrs. Vaira's birthday. Celia Gibson was entered as a patient in the Community Me- morial Hospital in Sidney on Thursday for medical treat- ment. Mr. and Mrs. Orvald Nor- gaard spent the weekend in Miles City visiting friends. Nor- gaard howled in the tournament Sunday for Morey's Grocery. SEE Bull Show, S Slated March The 15th annual Big Muddy Hereford Association Spring Bull Show and Sale will be held at Plentywood, Mont., onMarch 19 according to WaldoMorstad, president, Raymond, Mont. The show will begin at 10a.m. with Chris Sutter, Redveers, Saskatchewan officiating. The sale is scheduled for Fri- day a[ternoon, beginning at1:30 p.m. Auetioneer will be Robert Schnell, Lemmon, S. D. Qualifies For Top Sales Award Richard Christensen, Sidney, district representative for Lu- theran Brotherhood, has quali- ie d for the fraternal insurance society's top 1970 sales recog- nition, the President's Club. Woedrow P. Laughang, presi- dent of the Minneapolis - based fraternal insurance society, said Christensen earned mem- bership in the club on the basis of the amount of life and health insurance protection placed with Lutherans in his area. Christensen, a Fraternal In- surance Counselor (FIC) is a member of the Billings agency. According standing offering polled Hereford males is expected Twenty - four females are beir0 the followi| breeder s: wood; Joe Joyes Brothers, stad and Sons, Sorensen, Vide; O. E. Wang, and Ray Wang, In addition members of tors of the Association are Plentywood; RaY tywood; Gordon Point, and Scobey. A YOU Bible Classes Worship Youth Classes Worship B i ble Classes MARION CHURCH Of 4th & 9th .PLI RE FRI Sidney Paint & 112 East Main - Phone: 482 - 1803 STORY TIME - Once upon a time, there was a snow man who got tired of standing around doing nothing. So, he acquired a chair, some warm mittens, a cap and some reading material. Now comfortably equipped, Snowman has but one problem.., balmy temperatures that threaten to reduce him into an anonymous puddle! I COFFEE HOUR Commerating the Silw+r Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Iver Iverson Feb. 21, --3:00 p.m. at the Pella Church Parlor All Friends and Relatives are Invited (7-2tc) [I I o[ this community, is a paflent Maryland the Dicks visited in the Sidney hospital this week. her brother, Loren Unger, and Gary Amestoy, EMC, spent also visited different sites in the weekend viail  Washiugton D. C. for two and ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles one-half days. In St. Paul the Amestov. Tony Carda St., arrived home from the Sidney Community Me- morial Hospital, Friday after- noon. Guests at the Dave Ver- schoot's Friday night in honor of Mrs. Dale Rosanen's birth- day wer Mr. and Mrs. Allan Versehoot and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Verschoot and daughter, Mr. end Mrs. Dale Rosaaen and famJ iy. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Carda and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Klasna Jr., attended the Lustre - Lam- bert basketball game in Lustre, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Free- man, Wenatchee, Wash., ar- rived at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Carda Jr., early Sunday for a short visit. Frances Steppler received a phone call from her daughter, Mrs. Nyle (Kathleen)Gentry, that they were moving to Char- lotte, N. C. They have been liv- ing in Natcbitoches, La. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Klasna St'. were Fairview shoppers, Fri- day. Bert Steppler called on Fran- ces Steppler and boys, Saturday. e Gem City Motor Company is again offering, as a winter time special, the ever popular MOTOR OVERHAUL Even though we have experienced substantial increases in costs, we are able to offer this to wm at a special price of $99.00 for 6 cylinder units $!19.00 for 8 cylinder units This price includes the following labor and parts: Replace rings, grind valves, check and adjust rod bearings, steam clean all parts removed attd tune the engine. We supply rings, head and pan gaskets, and oil. i Ill This offer is good to Feb. 27, 1971 so call or write today for an appointment. This offer applies to Chewolets Special consideration will be given to other makes. Sincerely, Dallas Johnson Service Manager Gem City Motor Co. _ I Dicks visited their daughter, Colleen, who is attending Mounds Midway School o[Nurs- inS. Mrs. Stanley Waters, Aileen Wbiteaide, Mrs. George Stro-, bel and Mrs. Keith Waters at- tended a Christian Women's Club luncheon at the Moose Hall in Glendive on Feb. 9. The speaker was Mrs. Marry McCul- The One Man Way to put up hay at the meeting Feb. 2::00=at8:i00 p:m, at CRIGHTON' S in F airview HESSTON SELF-PROPELLED 420 lough, Bismarck, N.D. Mrs. ._._   Lee Bauer, also of Bismarck, the NEW FACE sang two solos. A special fea- ture was a demonstration on op- eraflng a loom and weaving. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Waters left Feb. 15 by train fox Bil- Central Grade m a mml =g uwmg Mea;ey ,,. new 420 windrower is ideal for medium size farms. And ill On Feb. 24 at 3:30 p.m. the fifth grade at Central  will pre- sent "Anwrican Medley", a portrayal of the Influence of mu- sic throughout our history. Par- ents are welcome to attend. The fir st place essays on citi- zenslp have been taped and are now being broadcast period- ically over KGCX. The first place posters on citizenship from the elemen- tary schools are now ondisplay downtown in various store win- dows on Central Avenue. i INTER - OFFICE MEMO Bill Says: "It's tourney time in Sidney. Good luck to the Eastern Class C teams in dis- trict competi- tion." small machine economy is sure to please the budget.minded hey grower. Available with your choice of auger or draper header (dreper aold with or without conditioner).'Come in today. HiESSTON StakHand" 60 One man - crewpower! , I Come seethe answer to your haying It'e the revolutionary Heastnn StakHsnd 60. and wa -step by step-how one man can pick up, pack to 100 tons of hay per day...without leaving your lowest cost way to put up hay! Come in soOn. N THE AL NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR BOYS AGRICULTURE <sy Says: "Best of luck to our Sidney wrestlers et the state tourney this week in Bozern8n." HESSTON STAKHANDLER*" 20 Takes over where the StskHand leaves off. In approximately one minute, one man can load or unload a six-ton StakHand haystack with the new Hesston StakHandler. He|eton ealle It one msn crewpower. Come ia today and see if you don't agree. HESSTON STAKFEEDEff' ATTACHMENT Feeds 6.ton Now one man can range-feed cattle with the StakFeeder attachment. It fits easily onto s Handler to slice off feed from a haystack into bunks or tub grinders. Come in today for all the Everyone Is Cordially Invited C R IGHT()N I 1 --TRY- Carpenter- Seitz Agency Phone 482.1411 ,i D IST RIBUT () Fairview, Montana Phone 747-5458