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12 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., March 28, 1973 Second For Triangle Morris Sather, owner of the Triangle Nite Club here, holds a trophy his team wen during the Elk's Invitational Basketball tournament here recently. Sather sponsored the Lambert Independents in the tourney. They took second. Fischer's Sports Marina won the tourney. Blue Rock Products took third and the Sidney National won fourth. Yellowstone Area News MRS. PI'I';,R HIINI,I Mrs. John Hardy and Mrs. months vacation in Florida and Word was received here on Saturday of the death of John Maurer at Winnipeg, Canada where he lived and was teaching. John and another teacher were returning from a school field trip when the ac- cident happened on Friday. Their car overturned. John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Maurer, Helena, and all are former local residents. He was a graduate of Fairview High School, attended Minot State College and the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, anti also the college in Win- nipeg. He had been teaching since his graduation. The sympathy of the community goes out to his parents and two sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Maurer, Kathy, and Mrs. Bob Holstiene, all of Helena, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Martin have received word from their ,laughter and son-in-law, Sgt. anti Mrs. Werner Harris, that Sgt. Harris will be returnifig the first part of April from Thailand where he has been stationed the past year. When he returns he and Mrs. Harris anti son will visit her parents here and his parents at Biloxi, Miss. Mrs. Harris has been living in Biloxi while he is in Thailand. After a months furlough he will report to Omaha, Neb., for his next assignment and the family will Peter Heinle visited one day last week with Mrs. James Sanderson and Mr. and Mrs. Jim l,owry anti Jami who are here from Avery, hlaho, visiting at the Sanderson home. The Faith Circle will meet April 4 at the home of Mrs. l,;rvin Evanson. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hayden,were Friday supper guests at the home of Mr. antl Mrs. Harry Whitney. St. John's l,utheran Church hehl their annual Sunday School teachers appreciation day, Sunday, at the church. At this pecial dinner the Sunday School teachers for the year were honored for their work. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heinle and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whitney took advantage of the good weather, Sunday, and made a drive through the Hay Draw area to Alexander. The [lay l)raw area had more snow than we have but farmers are ready to .'i tart in the fields. Mrs. John Bauman and .Jeanne visited with Mrs. Arvin Heinle and Beth Ellen one day this week. The annual Township elec- tion was held Tuesday at East Fairview School. Gene Denowh and Ervin Martin were re- elected as supervisors. Herman Johnson was re-elected treasurer and Mrs. Don Noteboom was re-elected clerk. John Bauman is the holdover Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Karst and Tim were dinner guests on Sunday at the home of her brother, Mr. and-Mrs. Bill Hen(lerson, and son. Mrs. Henderson's mother, Mrs. l)oris Carosa, was also a dinner uest there. She is from l,ivingston and has been visiting at the Henderson home. Mr. anti Mrs. arch Anderson, Sidney, were Saturday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. leith Karst. Mr. anti Mrs. Rich Karst and children were Sunday dinner uests at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ruth Stewart, Sidney. Those helping Hank Karst celebrate his birthday this week were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Karst and Tim, Mr. and Mrs. Don Karst and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rich Karst and family and Karen Karst. Mr. anti Mrs. Ivan Cayko and family had as their Sunday dinner guests, Mr. anti Mrs. John Cayko and Mrs. Edith l)eming. The dinner honored Todd on his 11th birthday and Brenda on her seventh bir- thday. They were also guests at a birthday party on Friday after school when friends ac- companied them home from school. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cayko were evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold be living there, member of the board of Huether. 3 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stienley supervisors. There was a very Sunday visitors at the home Sidney Qualified 1 (lays visiting light votecastthatday, of Mr. andMrs. TedReidel, , relatives at Carson, N. D. They Mr. and Mrs. Terry Beyl and Sidney, were Mr. and Mrs. Earl For Speech, Drama Speech anti drama students from Sidney Senior High School captured the first place sweepstakes trophy in speech and tied for the third place dra,m sw(,pstakes trophy in District I competition in Wolf I'oint March 24. (;ompeting against 250 stutlenL, from 16 schools, 13 Sidney High School students earned ls:rths in state com- petition at Miuoula April 6 anti 7. First place mcMal winners were I'aula Norby, Tom Thompson anti Bruce Mathieu. I)anae Hass tied for first Iflace in girls' extemporaneous Slx;aking, but was awarded the Jim Jimison Excavating Wlrl, Sewer and Grled Back - Hoe Work Home Phone 482-2549 Mobil Phone 482-3751 Sidney, Montana "ldig dirt cheap" "1 Second place medal on a preferred ranking basis. Other second place medalists were (;or(Ion Morrison, Cindy Zadow and Tim Pfau. In a tie for second place in Public Address, I,aurel MeKinstry received the third place medal. Other students who are eligible for state competition by virtue .of placing third, fourth or fifth are Charles Christiansen, Inez Morrison, i;rent Mathieu, Beth B.edlin and l)avid Mcl)onahl. Couple Planning May 5 Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Paul Propp announce the forthcoming marriage of their grand- daughter, Paula Suzette Beeman, to Glenn D. Krueger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Krueger of Culbertson. She is the (laughter of Elton I',eeman of Redondo Beach, Calif., and the late Betty Propp Beeman. A May 5 wedding is planned. went especially to visit Bill's nephew who is ill. Mrs. Ralph Hurley is chairman of the Red Cross 1)rive for ,Yellowstone Town- ship. Helping her are Mrs. Carl Hehn, Mrs. Macy Lewis, Mrs. Herman Johnson and Mrs. Norman Finsaas. Mrs. Robert Flynn Jr. en- tertained several ladies last week at a coffee party honoring Mrs. Erma Flynn who was here from Farmington, N. M. There was a 4-H meeting on Wednesday after school at the East Fairview School. The club was invited to a fun night at Bainville and plan to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Halstad visited relatives here last week from Portland. New officers have been elected by the East Fairview VI'A for the coming year. They are John Bauman, presider(t; 1,y! e Sponheim, vice president; Mrs. Don Helm, secretary, and Mrs. Ehlean Flynn, treasurer. Election was held at the March meeting. There will be a Rebekah Card party this week at the Hall, March 31. Pinochle and whist will be played. Prizes will be given and lunch served. Play begins at 7:30 p.m. and the public is invited. Book Your Summer Wedding HOW baby, Rosebud, visited on Monday at the home of his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Buxbaum and family. Sunday dinner guests at the l,;ddie Buxbaum home were Mr. and Mrs. Nick Cayko and Butch and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cayko and family, Glendive. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sitter have named their (laughter, Tamara Ann. Mrs. Sitter and baby spent several (lays last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I,loyd Finsaas, returning to their home in Sidney, Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. George Gun- derson, Oregon, visited here last week at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Sverre Gunderson. The George Gundersons are moving to Nebraska to make their home. Arlene Finsaas was an overnight guest of I,ynette Gross, Friday. Dinner guests on Sunday at the Andy Cayko home were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cayko Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Don (Mary Grazanic) Reed, Worley, Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Helm and girls. The Reeds are visiting at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cayko. l,oren Mathson, East Fair- view School principal, attended a meeting in Dickinson, Monday. Mrs. Viola Tasavegin is staying with her daughter, Mrs. (;erahline Fields, LaGrande, Ore. Mrs. l,onnie Hurley, Kurt and Dace, visited on Saturday at the home of Mrs. Milo Payette anti family. Word has been received from the Lester Davis family, Minden Mines, Mo., that they have returned home from a Reidle and family. Charles Martin returned home from the Memorial Hospital this week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Erickson and Wendi Dawn visited on Saturday at the Maurice Martin home. Mr. and Mrs. I,ee Norby went to Minot last week to visit his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morgan, and then drove to Billings to visit friends there. Mrs. Alfred Norby Sr. left this week by train for Mondovi, Wis., to visit her brother and family, Alfred I,ovely. Mr. and Mrs. Skee Berndt, Sidney, were Sunday visitors at the home of his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Martin. Mrs. Macy l,ewis entertained at supper on Sunday, Mrs. Gertrude Billington, Mrs. Ella Rostomily and Mrs. Mae Thomas. The Mary Circle of the Zion I,utheran Church went to Richland Homes, Wednesday, for the game hour. Mr. and Mrs. Iarry Reidel and family, Sidney, were Friday visitors at the Earl Reidel home. Ted Paschke spent last .week at the home of his mother, Mrs. Katherine Paschke, during the spring break at Montana State College, Bozeman. Mrs. I,ouis Stepan, Mrs. I,ora Stepan, Mrs. Richie Stepan and Mrs. Mark Stepan went to Sidney, Sunday, to attend the art show given'by members of Dale l,undby's art class. Mrs. Katherine Paschke and Ted were supper guests, Friday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. l,ouis Stepan. at Webber's Studio in Sidney A 12.Print Album in Color For $6995 Choice of Pictures Mothers Album in Color$25 e Guest Book To Match s5 Wedding Candles , o.,,s5 oo - ii i I[ J i Our Orily Business at . . . WEBBER'S STUDIO ... is Fine Photography I I I Match fert00rwith crop.,.the Peavey way. Solving your problems with you--thatls the Peavey way! Right on the spot. Even Peavey a local blend- ing of fertilizer at many locations can help in the final results you want. Now's a good time to get together Vith your Peavey man. He'll help you put it all together. Seed, fertilizer, other pesticides. Early ordering of your fertilizer needs assures timely delivery of the exact analysis you want. 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