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April 7, 1971

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No. 14 PIONEER ii00neg 00lerali00 AND OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF RICHLAND COUNTY "Montana's Top Avva, rd, Winning Family Newspaper" The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, April 7, 1971 -'-"-- _. !!i ' ii{i "{i i!!! Price 15c ration Plans Harris Is Elected Sunday Parade Mayor Here Monday Sidney's or, stated he has already re- cele- ceived many inquiries concern- most of the ing the parade and a great deal t- of interest is being shown. Saddle Club MonDak Wagon Train repre- In Monday's city election, Harris officially assumes the Con Gedrose, 70, and Knute sentatives attended the Saddle Sidney voters elected a new duties of the mayor's post at Hoversten, 82. to eliminate the Club meeting and assured mere- mayor and claimed a "good a special ceremonial meeting Ward 3 aldermen, Syl Bran- cam bers the wagon trainers would turnout" at the polls. May 1. Outgoing mayor, O.L. ten, 155, and Howard Martini a formal participate in the parade and Anderson, announced his inten- 139. Charles Lindberg, also to the Sidney would help out wherever they Bruce Harris was voted into tions not to run for the post running in Ward 3, garnered 138 representatives could. Sidney's highest office when he some months prior to the elec- votes making that city's Ward ial Association. Jack Rasmussen, president of garnered an impressive 399 tion. race the liveliest in the elec- 0t July falls on the Saddle Club, told the group ballots of 524 cast in the elec- Other unofficial results of the tion. Raymond Rumfelt, also a it was felt that since the club is a rein- tion. The unofficialresultsgave city election included: Ward 1 Ward 3 alderman candidate, and the tively small organization, they Harris' s opponent, Max Hansonl aldermen re-elected to office, received 54 votes. the parade would need support of the entire 125 votes in the city's mayor Ed Banta, 147, and Gene Nord- Eva Haynes, unopposed for the July 5 only. community in order tomake the race. berg, 143. Ward 2 aldermen, city treasurer's office, receiv- ed an unofficial 454 votes. Willconsist annual 4th of July celebration a Ralph Criger, the incumbent arena events success, tt ,u Would Like candidate forcityPoliceJudge activities. On "We are going out on a limb l-ltav_OO 1 received 340 votes, criger's the to sponsor this celebration but opponent Wes Line, netted 173 and horse racing for the good of the community, according to we don't feel the two - day event ballots in the unofficial tally. Out of some 1800 eligible shonldbedropped,"Rasmussen To Receive Cards voters in the city, about535 Ray Mill- said. turned out at the polls. Accord- ing to some city residents this total is higher than any city elec- lnj" "ures It's possible that David Mc- This week, Harold staffers re- .(rnJlZllt Ginnis may he allowed to leave ceived a letter from David's tion heldin manyyears. the University of Washington mother, Dorothy McGinnis. Hospital some time next week. She writes, in part; "David BPW Plans Room David, 12, underwent his 15th had a lot of infection in his t'assengers surgerylatelyand abdomenandnowhe hasalarge |n New Hospital he is presently recuperating qpen wound that will have to : from a massive infection that heal from the inside. Thisopen- Harm for a fund to furnish of Sidney for treatment of apparent minor localized around the boy' space- ing is bigger than the one he had a room at the new Community minor injur- injuries. She was released maker, last year following similar sur- Memorial Hospital were dis- sti- March 29. The Cooper infant David depends upon the pace- gery in Minneapolis." cussed at a Thursday meeting tothe received no injuries, maker to stay alive. It is a "It's so hard to see him go of Business and Professi6nal according to Passengers in the Thompson mechanical device that keeps through all this. The dressings Women's Club. i vehicle included Diane Samp- his defective heart operating, are very painful now as the area The club will entertain Glen- OCcurred at2:50 son, 18, Dagmar, Mont., and has to be irrigated withperox- dive BPW Club members as 28 just south of Karen Ator, 18, rural Plenty- ide. Doctors placed the pace- guests at their April meeting. Pink Panther wood. Both were taken to the Averett Candidate maker on the outside of David's BPW will sponsor a youth, 16 1 hospital here and released, ac- body in hopes it will work bet- or older, to a Youth Leader- r, 25, Lava- cording to the highway patrol. For DECA Post ter . . . at least for awhile." ship Conference in Billings in J with right - The drivers of both cars were "David would very much like June. ! When his au- uninjured. Lance Averett has been ac- to receive some mail. He isn't A delegation will go to a another cepted by the National Officers feeling well at all so it would Public Affairs dinner meeting D. Thomp- Candidate Examination Board cheer him up, I think," wrote in Miles City and will collect aocording Richey Residents of DECA (Distributive Educa- David's mother, postage stamps for Veteran's tion Clubs of America) s and the Patrol. Easter is the season of Hope. Hospital. j Montana DECA QuaUflcattoas It is a fine time for sending A program on hobbies was 00ning i.te Re ect Mill Levy cootie to enter the cam- cards. failed presented by Mrs. Marilyn Pot- vehicle, Voters inHighSchooiDistrict ! palgn for National DECAPresi- , Dad's address is: DAVID Everyone! No. 2 defeateda 12.7 mill levy :! H appy E asfer McGINNISj UNIVERSITY OF with their ownea. were his which would have raised $31,- The election will take piace at WASHINGTON HOSHTAL, 1959 Mrs. Potter, Mrs. Margaret  Wiiltams And Miss FernHer- l one-year- 046 for the high schools by a .....  the ConverrtionCenterinsenAn- EAST PACIFIC, SEATTLE, bert were hostesses. Carla, 21. vote of 87 to 116. i!i tonio, Tex., Avri119. The eligi- WASH. 98105. taken to Superintendent of Schools Du- bility requirements for this al Hospital ane A. Johnson said the issue honor was to sattsfactorilypass would be put up again for a vote the Nationaiexamination, schoi- May 15. astic ability indicated from the The mill levy represented an students high schooltranscrlpt, increase of about three miIls Annual Crafts Show over last year's levy, Johnson ter office, are the times said. Representing Sidney Senior mail The School Board isn't ready High as a delegate to the Na- Post of- to project whatwiLlhappenifthe tionai Conference is Debbie Ol- recent chang, voters again reject the miLl Invites Exhibitors son. RonaldRugiand, DEteach- s. They are ievy, Johnson said. er - coordinator and DECA ad- attention "We don't want to look as if visor will accompar the two a service to we're trying to use scare tac- students. tics to pass the levy but prob- ably we'dcutonr student serv- The annual Arts, Crafts and by 1 p.m. and picked up by 8 Tea, which wlii be held during 10:.00 p.m. ices, inerease our lunch tickets. Hobby SHOW, sponsored by the p.m. the exhibits, willgo to the Sid- Softball League ney Public Library. The Sidney 2:00 a.m. We're still working on it," he Sidney Woman's Club, will be Exhibits in previous years Woman's Club has supported Meeting Planned 7:30 a.m. said. held April 19. The event will have included aii kinds of handi- the library as one of its impro- 9:50 a.m. In other action, the Richey take place at the Sidney Elk's work including, plastic, feather, tant projects over the years. Men interested in playing voters returnedincumbentMrs. Lodge, in conjunction with the yarn, burlap, ceramics, lea- Mrs. Chris Hanson, Tea soRball this summer wiii hold - their organizational meeting 7:30 a.m. Betty Walker to a 3 year Library Tea. ther, oil and water color paint- chairman, will he assisted by April 14 at 7 p.m. at the city a.rn. term as trustee forEiementary Neighboring towns and corn- ings, knitting, crocheting and committee members, Mrs. hall. a.m. Schooi District No. 78. She de- munities are cordially invited tatting. Quilts, afghans, wood Ruth Hubley and Mrs. Harry 4:00 p.m. feated Myron Schuitz by a vote to exhibit their crafts and hob- inlay pictures and maw other Mikelson. All team captains are asked 5:20 p.m. of 85 to 35. bies. Tables wiii be available crafts have been exhibited in to be there or send a represen- p.m. The voters also approved the and a committee will assist in past years. Bluebird and Camp tative. All men who are notona ', 5:50p.m. eiementary school ievy of 20.3 placing the exhibits. Doors wiLl Fire Girls areweicometobring team are asked to call R. L. 50p.m. mills to raise $24,ffi3 by avote be open for exhibits at 9a.m. theirdispiays. Meetings Changed Buehier, City Recreation Direc- 5..50 p.m. of 68-54. All exhibits should be in place There ll be no 00ssion Because of Easter tor, before the meeting so new charges. Door prizes wilibe of- teams may he organized and he fered for children and adults. Two iocai organizations have included in the schedule. Grant Approved Exhibits wili be open to the changed their regular meeting public between the hours of 2 dates because of the Easter hoi- CowbeJ les Pick p.m. and 8 p.m., April 19. iday. Pro00ed00 the Ubr=00 The Rich,and County Farm New President Bureau will conduct its regular and ment of Public Instruction, the meets the qualifications of the meeting on April 15 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Ann Bauman was elect- State Employment Office and State Board of Nurses will have in the Girl Scout Cabin. The ed president of the Ding Dong ap- the Community Memorial Hos- to be empioyed to put the school 000o.=ng to The 00hoo, to be he,d i. operation A q.a00edpe.00 Kane Will Speak date .a. ebbed from 00pril S CowBe.e. = 00eir Ap00l meet- Superin- at the Community Memorial is difficult to find. Applicants Agricultural financing will be ing. This pro- Hospitai building across from should contact Superintendent TO Hog Producers discussed.The MonDak Wagon Train electedMrs' secretaryCora Anderson. treasurerWaS the Super- the Junior High School. Mikeison at once. Ciub will hold its regular meet- and Marlys Dyaneson, vice Public The guest speaker for the ing April 17 at thescoutCabin, president. with the The over - all administration April meeting of the Mon-Dak The date was changed from April Train- and supervision of the schooi Pork Producers Council will 10 to allow all members an en- Depart- will be under Harry F. Mikei- Shed Fire Kills he Dr. Robert Kane, Plenty- joyable Easter holiday. Special School son, Superintendent of Schoois. wood. He will be speaking on The advisory council members Hogs Last Week swine Disease problems ingen- Levy Is Passed ....... are: Dale Wilson, representing the School Trustees; Phyliss A shed fire at the Jim Kelly eral and will welcome all speci- Fairview F FA Nabs tic questions from the audience. Voters in Sidney passed a 16- Depart. Harne, representing the L.P.N. farm south of Sidney killed an The meeting of the Council, Sweepstakes Award mi" 00pecial elementary ievy Association; OrrieneThilmonY, estimated 70 head of hogs last with headquarters at Cul- April 3, 1971, by a 352 to 213 representing the Registered week. bertson, will be April 8, at The Fsirview High School margin. A seven - mill high Nurses Association; C. Gregg Eight firemen and two trucks 7:30 p.m. in the Montana Nat- Future Farmers of America school special levy passed by McKown, Hospital Administra- of the Sidney Voiunteer Fire ional Bank Building in Plenty- took the sweepstakes award 403 to 227 margin. GOOD CITIZEN - Alvin Fisher, Sidne% utifully casts Cen- tor; Harold Mercer, Director Department answered the fire wood. at the annual FFA convention Dale Wilson, incumbent his ballot in the city election held Monday. Those in of Public Works; O. L. Ander- call about 6:45 a.m. Firemen The meetings rotate between at Plevna. The crop judging Schooi Board Trustee, was re- the know commented that the unofficial total of 535 son, Mayor of Sidney; James said a heat lamp, used to warm Sidney, Cu]bertson and Plenty- team took first place, and the eiected, by a vote of 336. Other votes cast by residents Monday was an excellent turn. } Wood, representing general ed- the barn, might have caused wood to give all the producers livestock team was second with candidates were Gordon Brad- Out. There are approximately 1800 eligible voters a.m. ucation, the blaze. About a dozen hogs a chance to attend some of Tim Miller as the high judging Icy with 130, and Math Dasinger A director - instructor who escaped, them. individual, with 89 votes, in the city of Sidney. and Delivery 4B2. 1405 Happy Easter i II I I I / I I II I I I IIIIIII In Your Sanifone Clean Clothes I I II I I Sidney Cleaners t-- and Laundry "'Your Sanitone Certified Master Dry Cleaners" \