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8B - The Sidney Herald. Sidney, Mont., Wednesdav. February 17, 1971 FREE THROWS - John Ratliff of the Sidney Jaycees presents trophys to Mike Hansen and Jeff Bauman after they won top spots in the Jaycee Foul Shot program. Mike took first place by pouring in 14 out of 25 free throws and Jeff took the second spot by scoring on 8 out of 25. Grandview Area News MRS. MYRON DOORNEK MRS. GEORGE MILNE Mrs. Effie Pentz returned home Feb. 10 from a trip she started Dec. 16. Mrs. Pentz spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Dana Schmidt and Brian at Corvallis, Ore. She visited her brother, James and family, Baker, Ore.; a niece at La- Grande, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. James Dillabath, Nampa, Id.; a brother, Carl and family at Boise. Mrs. Pentz also visited sev- eral communities where she had Jayceens Hold Meeting Feb. 15 The Sidney Jayceens met in the Founders Room of the Rich- land National Bank on Feb. 15. Mrs, Annabelle Gullikson from Cartwright, N. D., pre- sented a program on deeoupe, which is putting a picture on wood to make it look like it is in the wood. Co-chairmen, Mrs. Stan Start and Mrs. Robert Donovan re- ported that the Sveetheart Ball would be held on Feb. 20 at the Moose The Rubella Clinic will be held Feb. 18 at the grade school, Central elementary at 10 a.m., St. Matthew's, 10:45 and Westside Elementary 11:30 a.m, Spring Board is in Miles City March 5, 6 and 7. Hostesses were Mrs. Ron Norgaard and Mrs. RohertDon- ovan. taught school around New Ply- mouth, Id. She then flew to Riverside, Calif., to attend the wedding of her grandson, David Pentz, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Pentz. She also visited her brother, Howard and family, at Hement, and Edward and fam- ily, Oakland; Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Sgaver, Pomano, came to Riverside to visit Effie. On her return trip she visited Mr. and Mrs. William Winhofer at Twin Falls, Id., and attended the 40th wedding anniversary partY for Mr. and Mrs. Shaver, Gooding. She also visited a niece at St. Anthony. Mr. and Mrs. George Milne took Sara back to Sidney Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Royce Milne in the afternoon. Robert Strommer was a Sun- day dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnte Johnston. Devon, Lee and Doug Bivens called at the Johnstons in the "afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Devon Bivens and boys, Richey, spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bivens. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnte John- ston were Williston, N. D., callers on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Fred- rickson visited Mrs. Emma Barnes in Richey, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Chris- tianson attended the funeral service for Waiter Burgess, Tuesday. Mrs. Harold Bivens andDoug were Sidney callers, Tuesday. Tony Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Candee visited Mr. and Mrs. George Milne, Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. John Carlsen were Wolf Point callers, Wednesday. Mrs. Mel Rauschendorfer, Mrs. Floyd Candee, Mrs. Don- ald Goss and Patti, Mrs. Wil- liam Fatzinger and Mrs. George Milne were coffee guests of Mrs. James Clu'lstianson, Wednesday. Mrs. Johnnie Johnston visit- ed Mrs. EmmaBarnes andMrs. Edna Yeoin Richey, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. WilliamFatzin- ger were Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kenny in Richey at aValenttne supper and partY. Roy Fatzinger spent Wednes- day night with Tim Klasna. DouHandlos, Charles Carl- sen and John Carlsen worked at the Lutheran Clmrch inRich- ey, Thursday. Don and Charles had also worked Wednesday. The Fair Board met at the Quido Vaira home Thursday to work on the background picture for the booth. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carlsen, Mr. and Mrs. James Fredrickson, Mr. and Mrs. Verner King, Mrs. Robert Candee and Mrs. William Fat- ztnger. Mrs. Eugene Johnston, Rich- ey, visited Mrs. Johnnie John- ston, Thursday. On Friday, Mrs. Johnnie Johnston spem the night with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Johnston. On Saturday she accompanied them to Miles City. There will be a bridal shower for Connie Johnston, Feb. 27, at 2 p.m. at the William Fatzinger home. Everyone is invited. Now we've made our best value Ford Galaxie 500 even better. Wlth free power steering... order these extra features: white- walls, vinyl roof, wheel covers, spe- cial color, special exterior trim, special LTD seat trim , . . and the power steering is on the house. With free power brakes... just add more popular extras like air conditioning, automatic seat-back re- lease, tinted glass and visibility group, We add power brakes at no cost to you, While the sale lasts! Great deals, too, on all our other models I SIDNEY SI Wrestlin Team at the STATE TOURNEY in BOZEMAN Feb. 19 2O GO, GO, GO Eagle Wrestlersl Richland National Bank '00'ellowstone M erc. Sidney D The Sidney Herald Thogersen M Better ideas keep us first in the West. I ' sid yN IB k tarson Motor Company, Inc. ne ationa an , , , Sidney, Montana " , , , ",