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March 28, 1973

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Oil Painting Display 20-25 included the ones pictured above, bottom. The paintings were part of a From left top row the artists were Elaine display of 107 works of art by local H0111stPaintings on display at the MonDak Williamson, Janiee Williams, and Ann students. Art instructor was Dale Lund- orical and Arts Society show March Nelson. Ella Boe painted the scene on the by. -- Don Mrachek Photo Peerless, Sunday. They visited Gen's mother, Marie Fladager, and also the I,alon Fladagers. Dawn and Nancy stayed for a few clays. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martin were Sunday visitors at Wolf Point to visit Helen's mother, Mrs. F. A. Whitmus, and also her brother, the Bill lAURA JUNE BECK ,, There will be no church on Ua(lay at the McCabe Baptist Urch. There will be a com- ed service at the Grandview ,hUtch, Fast Froid at 9"30 Mr. and Mrs. Maynard ndersen anti boys, Dawn anti ancy Iverson drove to most candy during the Bluebird's recent candy sale. Marie sold 84 boxes of candy and was presented the trophy last Wednesday night. -- Dave Deonier Photo Candy Seller Marie Koch, daughter of Mr. al llil Mrs. Marvin Koch, Sid- ney, holds the first place WOy she won for selling the - VOTE JOHN PUTNAM l (POI. adv. pal. for by John Putnam) for Police Judge , April 3 Marshfield Manor House DB Whihnus family. Mr. anti Mrs. Elmer Tofte, Williston, and Mr. and Mrs. Knud Knudsen were Sunday dinner guests at the Martin Nelsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martin were Thursday callers of Fred Fryhling. Thursday callers of Caroline Kozak and Florence Hansen were Viola Nelsen, Viola Schuetze, Karen Stangeland and chihlren and Grandma- I {udolph. Olga Grele is spending a few days at the Glen Larsen home. She was here to attend the funeral service of her brother- in-law, Isidore Grele. Several friends helped Daryl Beck celebrate his fifth bir- th(lay, Friday. Present were l)arin anti Kelly Petersen, Judy Kozak, l,inda Elffin, Kim and Kelly Olsen and Stacey and I,oren Rasmusseh. Alo Ii'esent were l,inda Rasmussen, Esther I'etersen, Caroline Kozak, l)orie Syntler and I,isa Olsen. Callers on Saturday to wish ])aryl Happy Birthday, were Mark Nelsen, I,arry Andersen and family, Gordon Eliasons, Carsten Becks and Alvy, Holger Hofman, Fred Fryhling, Timmy I,arsen and Brian I rsen. Brian I,arsen spent the weekend at the Eugene Larsen home while his parents were in Billings. On Sunday at Ebenezer, (luring the Sunday School hour, a sound movie film was shown on the East Mont Training Center at Glendive. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martin were Friday callers at the Ira ,lensen home. Steve l,arsen returned to l',ozeman for the spring quarter. Hc spent the past week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Larsen. Sunday callers at the Ed tlanscns anti Aaron Synders werc Mr. and Mrs. I,arry Hasmussen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Allen I,arsen, l)uane anti Roger, Bruce l,arsen, Sandi Timms, and Brian I,arsen were Friday supper uests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Iarsen. Hazel Knudsen called on Barbara Young of rural Froid, Sunday. Saturday, she called on the Martin Nelsen family. Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jensen were Mr. and Mrs. ArvOn Salvevold and Gall and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Salvevold. Wednesday morning guests at Ilah Jensens were Christine Hckkel, Claudine Vandall and Kristen, Emma Hansen, Dorie Snyder, Marie Hofman and Vera Olsen. Friends anti relatives call- ing at the Jake Thomsens on Sunday to wish Jake a Happy Birthday were Clara Salvevold, Agnes Jensen, Ruth Machgan, Mr. and Mrs. Marinu l,ynggard, Annie Olsen, Pat Bentsen, Marcelline Tiany and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Thomsen, Billings. Evening callers were Mr. anti Mrs. Allen I,arsen, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Thomsen and Jill, Paul Olsen, Maren Oclkers, Mr. and Mrs. ])an Tietz, Arnold Thomsens and Alan, Chuck and Jean Hearty, Cindy and Barbara. Gall Salvevold was a dinner guest Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I,owell Young. Gathering at the Willie I,arsens to wish Elvina a Happy Birthday, Thursday, were Mr. and Mrs. I,eRoy Larsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene I,arsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hofman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wix and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox, Illinois. Dinner guests at the Arnold Thomsens on Sunday were Mrs. Ruth Mattelin and Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Herness and family, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Thomsen and Jill, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hearty and girls of Illinois. Wishing Randal BaxteF a Happy Birthday, Tuesday, were Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Alisch, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Olsen and girls, Mrs. Mary Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jacobs and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Olsen. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Olsen were Annie Olsen, Patricia Bentsen and Mar- celline Tiany. Merry Homemakers of McCabe met Monday at the home of Viola Nelsen. The lesson of Rock Gardens and I,antlscaping was presented by Elvina lrsen and Iura June Beck. Three guests were present: Dora Knudsen, Caroline Kozak and Claudine Vandall and baby daughter. The business meeting was held and lunch was served by the hostess. ' SUBSCRIBE i fo fhe Herald . . It's Easy 12x68 ft. Excellent Condition "'MUST SELL'" Central air, bath and one-half, dishwasher, built - in Oven, counter top stove, china closet, carpeted. 2 Paneled Add Ons, 8 x l0 and 8 x 16 Contact DON GRATZ i L=.,e mm- 4 Miles NW on l-lifhway 16 I II II I I lAB 0 PRE-CUT' Your new home completely flamed. 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