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April 11, 1973

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usic Festival Plans Told 42nd Annual District Music Festival will be in Glendive, April 13 and 1,000 students 10 area schools will be Matejovsky To Marry Brown Shirley Matejovsky Mr. and Mrs. Robert Purvis, Sidney, announce the esngagement of their daughter, hirle Mate'ovsk , to Jerr I ,, Y J Y Y ,. rown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Uobert Brown, Sidney. No edding date has been set. Wedding Invitations Napkins. Guest Beaks Attendants Gifts - Latest Styles - FRANDSEN'$ Agate Gift House participating as soloists and members of large and small ensembles. Area schools in- volved are:" Baker, Circle, Fairview, Glendive, I,ambert, l{ichey, Savage, Sidney, Terry and Wihaux Judges for the annual event are: Vocal: I,owcll Hickman, Montana State University, Bozcman, and Roy Delp, University of Wyoming, l,aramie. Vocal and In- strumental: Phil Johnson, Music Supervisor,'Moose Jaw School l)istrict No. 1, Moose Pfau, Bryhn Set May Date !; .law, Sask. Piano: Mel Bowker, Canadian Bible College, Regina, Sask. Instrumental: Mike Roberty, Music Super- visor, Bozeman Public Schools; l,arry Sowell, Montana State University, Bozeman, and l,:rnest B. Borr, Mary College, Bismarck, N. D. A(tjudication will start at 8 a.m. April 13, in seven differnt judging centers. Fridays judging will consist of solos and small ensembles. Bands and Choirs will be judged April 14, in the I)CHS Auditorium starting with bands at 8 a.m. Choirs will be judged in the Auditorium starting at 1:30 p.m. The 1973 Honor Band consists of 100 of the best musicians in the district and will be directed by Mike Roberty, Supervisor of Music, Bozeman Public Schools. The Honor Choir consists of 110 of the finest choral members of the district and will be directed by l,owell Hickman, Montana State University. Saturday night marks the beginning of the 42nd annual Festival Honor Concert. The Concert will consist of seven numhers presented by the t]onor Choir and six selections presented by the Honor Band, and three combined numbers.  Senior Citizens  i ii'  News Fay Eileen Pfau Mr and Mrs. Anton Pfau of Sidney announce the engagement of their daughter, Fay Eileen, to George Bryhn of I.indsay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bryhn, Glendive. A May 19 wedding is planned: Richland County Welfare Dept. has opening for Social Worker Requirements: B. A..or B, S. Degree in Social Work or Related Field. Must pass merit system exam. Contact: Welfare Office in Sidney .... 4822015 . for an appointment i.;:: " ,/ The Sidney Senior Citizens met April 5 at 1:30 p.m. at the Moose Hall. Forty - seven people attended A get-well card was signed for Bertha I,eSueur. Eleven tables of cards were played. Carrie Hartzell and Tom Hackley were high scorers for whist. Oscar Johnson was high score for pinochle and Elizabeth Sanford and Frost Wilder were high for bridge. Tom Hackley won the door prize. Margie and Viggo Andersen and Mabel Dodge are to be commended for the delightful lunch they served. The next meeting is April 12 at 1:30 p.m. at the Moose Hall. Games will be played. Florence and Dudley Stone.and Emalia :Eckart are the hosts for the afternoon f Between the performances of the Honor Groupswill be a total of seven solos and ensembles selected by thg judges to be the best ensembles or soloists involved in the festival. l)istrict chairman, Ron Wiley invites and encourages the public to attend this concert of very excellent music presented by the greatest musicians in the area. Wiley would also like to extend to all area people an invitation to attend any and all of the judging sessions both Friday and Saturday Schedules will be available at each of the seven adjudication centers on Friday, and at the Auditorium entrances on Saturday. Erickson Attends National Conclave Debra K. Erickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Erickson of Rt. 1, Sidney, at- tended the 18th National Angel Flight Conclave just concluded in Salt lake City, Utah. The Angel Flight is an honorary service organization for college women that sup- ports the objectives of the Arnold Air Society (AAS). It meets annually in conjunction with the conclave of the honorary professional service organization for outstanding Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets. Miss Erickson, a member of the Angel Flight unit at the University of Montana, was one of more than 1,600 coeds and cadets who met to discuss organizational programs for the coming year and to hear addresses by noted aerospace leaders. It marked the 25th annual conclave of AAS which is named in honor of the late General of the Air Force H. H. "Hap" Arnold. Miss Erickson isa member of the class of 1976 and is majoring in physical therapy. She is a 1972 graduate of Hardin t Mont.) Senior High School l)ebra K. Erickson [ ILocai News Items [ Capt. and Mrs. Robert Shawl, Minot AFB, left Monday after spending the weekend with Mrs. Shawl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Habedank. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sofus Petersen last week were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Symbol, Ostenfeld, Man. Mrs. D. W. Johnson returned Chest Symposium held in Tucson. Mrs. Otto I,ange, Savage, spent several days with the Ted I,essmans last week. Mrs. Mary Alice Rehbein, PHN, Richland County Health I)cpt., is in Helena attending a meeting of the Montana Nurses Association. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Goss, who last week after spending the have been attending school in winter months in Mesa, Ariz. Dr. anll Mrs: John: O'SullivaW" Havre, retBrned to Sidney to have attended the Arizona make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hince GLIDDEN PAINT SALE Just in time for Spring Clean Up REDWOOD STAIN =2 a' per gallon SPRED SATIN ..... . . . . $6:?,.,,. =2': erqt. LATEX ENAMEL -one coat white - LATEX CEILING PAINT..... =237.. APRIL SPECIAL Kemper and Kitchen Kompact CABINETS 25% o. = 3 Styles end COlors to choose from We Have Free Delivery and Financing Sidney, Mont. Ph. 482-1702 spent the weekend in Wibaux visiting relatives. Robert D. Harper III, Brainerd, Minn., is visiting his grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. R. I). Harper and Mrs. Seb Kringen. The Harpers and Bob spent the weekend at their home at the Pines, Fort Peck. l,t. Col. and Mrs. Edward Ferguson and family left Saturday for their home at McChord AFB, Wash., after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hansen. Guests at a dinner given hy the Hansens for their visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson. Mr: and Mrs. Eldridge Pcterson, Butte, and Mr and Mrs. Vern Kallevig spent the weekend in Plentywood. Finishes Army Medic Course Army Private Keith R. Buxbaum, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Buxbaum, Route 1, Sidney, recently completed a 10 - week medical corpsman course at the U. S. Army Medical Training Center, Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. He learned to perform routine patient care and treatment duties in combat areas, hospital units, dispen- saries, clinics and other medical facilities. He also received instruction in the transportation of sick and wounded by ground, air and water means Buxbaum entered the army last August and completed hasic training at Ft. Ord, Calif. He is a 1969 graduate of Sidney High School. i i i Thank You . . . The Sidney Senior Citizens would like to thank the voters for their support on the Richland County Housing Authority issue in the recent campaign. , (lltp) The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 11, 1973- $ Reading Contest Winners of another series of the Mondak Reading Association contests are pictured above. From left they are Joe Smith, Denise Workshop Set In Miles City Microbiologists frofn the Montana Health Department will be in Miles City April 11 to conduct arl areawide workshop on gonorrhea testing. Refined techniques will be taught by staff members of the Health Department's l,aboratory, one of two reference labs in the nation consulted by the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Ga. Since quality local testing is another method of combating the state's venereal disease epidemic, workshops are being held throughout Montana. Miles City area health professionals are encouraged to participate in the one day session. Preference will be given to those doing gonorrhea cultures, however observers are welcome to attend. To obtain further information or to register call free 1-8(}0-332- 2288. Dowse, Lorry MeNew, Nancy Kiempel, Jenlffer Person, Tammy Odenbaek, Tom Reh- bein and Gary Cornelia. Finalist in the contest uill be pictured next week after decisions by the judges are made. --Mark Gram Photo I I Easter Egg Hunt Sponsor: Kiwanis Club Boys ond Girls Committees Sat., April 21, 1 973 Time: 10 a.m. I I I -- IlU I I I " " I I RE Sidney Paint & Glass I I I 20%off all bras 'n girdles. 112 East Main - Phone: 482 - 1803 I I I I I III I Sale 2 e Reg. 3.50. Scalloped nylon lace bra. 32-36A; 32-38B,C. I I Sak00 3 =0 Reg. $4. Double knit con- tour bra with nylon tricot cups. 32-36A,B,C Sale 4 8o Reg. $6. Nylon/spandex firm control girdle has slimming v-bands. S,M,L,XL. Sale 2 40 Reg. $3. Crossover bra is nylon tricot and nylon lace, polyester fiberfill lining. 32-36A, B; 32-38C. SaJe 3 20 Reg. $4. Garterless brief in nylon/spandex, S,M,L,XL. Sale 7 =0 Reg. $g. Panty girdle of nylon/rayon/spandex. S,M,L,XL. JCPenney We know what you're looking for. I I [ I I I