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MOOS ,April 14 PETERSON - OLSON Wedding Dance Dance To 4t.17 3ii 3) uxbaum, Boehler e In Tourney Buxbaum and Cole Fairview, collected place in the debate of the Montana Speech Tournament at OVer the weekend. Fairview High was one of 54 in the debate cam- from Class AA, A, B to Fairview High Forensics coach 1, it marks time a debate team Eastern District has in the top five at the facet. He added that it placed in state Teams from C. M. Russell High School in Great Falls took first and second place, while Bozeman Senior won third. Buxbaum and Boehler have collected eight first - place wins during the season. They also won second place at one tournament and took fourth place at three tourneys. Other teams participating included Havre, Anaconda, Butte, Helena, Missoula, Billings and Kalispell. The state meet was held at Missoula&apos;s Sentinel and Hellgate High Schools and was entered by 71 Montana schools. Over 1,700 students par- ticipated. ,Jew Blue ..a Gold Music Department is for the District on April 13 and Soloists and will perform the Fairview High play the "March No. 2" and for Winds." High Choir will sing "Bless O My Soul" and The students in Choir are: I,inda flail Sedlacek, Sandy Rachel Daniels, Cindy Riedel, Nolen Tviet, Jerry Bill Courtnage, Dave and Roger Wangerud. are Mary Boehler, Gable, Clay Helland, Annette Grorud, Mary Zoanni, ebsock and Richard track has started for 'year with the first two I,ake on the 21Rh. There are nine consisting of five our freshmen. are l,aura Sundheim - relay, long jump and Vitt - 100, 440 and Bernie I.angwald - 880 anti mile; Ave Schoepp Shot put, discus and javelin; l{oxie Taylor 100 meter hurdles, 440 relay and tong jump; Ann 7anni - 100, 440 and 880 relay; Sharon Buckley - 880 and mile and Penny Delaney - 440 anti 880. Mid term is the 18th and we will be dismissed for Easter vacation on the 19th at 1:45 and come back the 24th. Group pictures will be taken on April 27. Junior - senior prom and banquet will be held April 28. "Pieces of April" has been chosen by the junior class as the theme. Candidates for King and Queen are Karyn Paulson, Meg Schieffer, Jeannie Vitt, Mary Zoanni, Gary Schopp, Cole Itehler, Buck Syth and Bill Buckley. Prices will run $3 for couples and 25 cents for oixservers. Playing at the prom this year will be a group called Free Flight from Rapid City, S. It. There will be a double feature following the prom. April 30 there will be a style show by the FHA girls. They will be modeling their outfits they have made this year. Tape Assortment Donal d Hargrav sorts tapes in preparation for his grand opening of the Sidney Discount here April 12 - 14. Hargravs new store will specialize in cartridge tapes, records and stereo equipment and will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily except Sunday. Location of the new business is at 103 N. Central. Hargrav is a native of Minot, N. D., and has been in Sidney sinc*e'Oct. 1. -- Don Mrachek Photo April 8-14 Designated National Library Week National I,ibrary Week will Juvenile fiction: San he observed April 8 - 14 at the I)omingo by Marguerite Henry, Sidney I,ibrary. Best in Camp by Mike Neigoff, New Books added recently Book of Puppies and Dogs by include: Walter Chandoha, and Funny Adult fiction: Two From Magic by Wyler and Ames. Galilee by Marjory Homes, The Juvenile non-fiction: Paper Camerons hy Robert Crichton, Folding and Sculpture by Inspector Ghote Trusts the Kenneth Ody, and Shell l,ife Heart by H. R. F. Keating, and aml Shell Collecting by Sonia Wild Pitch by A. B. Guthrie Jr. Murray. Adult non-fiction: Tin Can Crafting by Sylvia Howard, Old Local Item Forts of the Northwest by * Herbert Hart, Numerology Mrs. Clovis Seller left Dream Book by Zolar and Wednesday from Regina to P.E.T. - Parent Effectiveness Cologne, Germany by plane to Training by Dr. Thomas visit her mother and relatives Gordon. for several weeks. lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll jq/l " The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 11, 1973- 7 Group 15 Gives Report On Camp Fire Meetin0s at c.,00Ic00oqpld's Camp Fire Girls group lS met Nicole Tihista called the Feb. 6. President Nicole Tihista called the meeting to order. IJnda Eggebraaten presented the flag and Deedra Paladichuk led us in saying the pledge and singing "America." Colleen McGinnis lit the candle and the secretary, I,isa An- derson, called roll and read the minutes. We had treats and Colleen blew out the candle. After the meeting we painted Indian symbols on a ceremonial table covering. On Feb. 13 we made pin cushions to give to our mothers. They were made out of a white bottle, cut to look like a chair, with a red cushion and decorated with a red velvet bow. Then we had a valentine party. On Feb. 20 President Nicole Tihista conducted the meeting. We said the pledge, answered the roll call and listened to the secretary read the minutes. Brenda Swanson brought treats. They were cinnamon apples. After we ate them we sang songs. meeting to order on Feb. 27. We discussed a theme for our "Father - Daughter" banquet. We decided on a flower theme. We played symbol bingo, l,inda Eggebraaten brought treats. On March 6 we held our regular business meeting, l,isa Anderson passed out treats. We made invitations to give to our (lads, inviting them to the banquet. We elected a new president, vice president anti secretary. They are: Deedra Paladichuk, president; I,isa Anderson, vice president; and Valerie Rodgers, secretary. Other officers are: can- (llelighter - Vanessia Holmes, flag hearer - Iaurie Kilsdonk, pledge leader I,inda Eggebraaten, hostess - Susan Merrill, scrapbook keeper - Brenda Swanson, song and game leader Jean Bruggeman, project - setter - upper Nicole Tihista, telephone caller - Colleen McGinnis, and house mouse - Santlra Wagner. l,isa Anderson, sec. SOUTH CULBERTSON Weekly S noopers APRIL 12-13-14 . C'DARS Club met at the Roosevelt Hospital in Culbertson, Wednesday, and mended. Mrs. Aletha Sowle joined and won the promptness prize. Mrs. Betty Hackley and Connie visited Aletha Sowles, Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Thompson left Friday for Billings for a three- (lay Nco IMe Convention. Beth Zoanni returned to MSU at Bozeman after spending a week at home with his parents, the Jack Zoannis. Shorty Atwood was a dinner guest, Monday, at the Cliff Sow]e home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wolff were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Raaum at the State I,ine, Saturday, celebrating the Raaums anniversary and Mrs. Wolff's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cold- well, Seely I,ake, Mont., have moved back and are living at the Ben Antonsons. Fred Thompson and Con Gustafson worked at the Saddle Club barn, Sunday, and the women helped with dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Sowle and family visited at the Frank Sherman home, Sunday. Mrs. Bill Hackley and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hackley helped the Girard F. U. serve the Soil Conservation dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Norby and sons of Great Falls spent Wednesday through Sunday with their parents, the Ray Mr. and Mrs. Bob Palmer, Williston, visited at the Don Palmers and with Helen Palmer, Sunday. They, together with Helen Palmer, visited at the Gene and Mary Palmer homes and were supper guests at Don Palmers. Mrs. Helen Palmer left Tuesday to drive to Walnut Creek, Calif. She will go to Disneyland over Easter with her son, Steve and family. l,ater, she will join a tour at I,os Angeles for a trip to Australia and Tahiti. On her return she will visit in Seattle. Mrs. Gerald Raaum visited on Sunday with Helen Palmer. Mrs. Gene Palmer visited on Tuesday with Myra Gustafson. Several southsiders attended the I Robinson supper in Bainville, Saturday. Honor Students Named At EMC Eleven area students were named on the Eastern Montana College honor roll for the winter quarter according to officials at the college. The students include Frank Brattin, Karla Hueth, Kenneth Brasen, Eldon Kemmis and Colleen Thogersen, all of Sidney; Brenda Barr, Fair- view; Ann Nevins and IJnda Wetz, I,ambert; Karen Frisinger, Richey; Mark t I / / / / / / THE BODY SMOOTHER Shown is the body brief in non-cling Antron Ill@ nylon and l,ycra spandex. White. S-M-I,-XL $4.00 Regular length S-M-I,-XI, $7.00 Boy leg S-M-I,-XI, ,/,':. 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SPECIAL 1-/_ llllllllllll : Mrs. Dick Sundheim and I Mrs" Bb Sundheim and Cathy l/ DA, CERS --'- m One m m Brodhead went to Miles City, One m : Friday, to visit their father who 1 Eight Track Player 1 had eye surgery. !KI H d EIGH T TRACK PLAYER l l : Mrs. Jerry Richardson and Dionne were recent visitors of her parents, the Don Zoannis. AM-FM Multi-plex BSR Changer l AM/FM ! ! ere s Goo I After avisithere they went News For You... Reg. '23900 '11 I mNn Reg. '1 59 i : home to Missoula with her parents where they visited for a ' : few days. Mr. Zoanni went III t u SPECIAL $ 00 l I OY I SPECIAL 119 : home by way of Great Falls ST ARRIVED!, where he visited his son, Dick, Ilk New Shipment of all SIZES and mnnmmmmmmmmmmm-lmmmmmw i : a student at College of Great mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmq m 00"ne * m Falls. Mrs. Zoanni flew from iN colors- Petticoats and Missoula to Spokane where she m m m : was guest ofher daughter, Jean mm Pantaloons Fleischmann and two children, ' ,4 m [ Emght Track Car Player I : Robert and Heather. Mrs. J Fleischmann is on TDY duty in We ! w "1,-,i m l l m Guam until May. Mrs. Don Corry 1 I I / m m Reg. $69 s .  m mA m : Zoanni returned by plane to Krous Original and Coast Ballet Shoes J m m SPECIAL J7 Ou m: Billings where'she was met by her husband to bring her home. =- / m  .  Jr J : In Billings, they visited Mrs. " Gifts . Novelties . Hobby Craft OFF . m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm : Francis Bayer, a patient atSt. Vincents hospital and with the Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. [] .- I,ouis and Frank Stieka On am| nleTchandise |n ,took IApR|L 1 !-13-14 mm $idne" Di '"''",, "llilIJllilii II IL m--i: faTiil::aY atMyra GustafsunSson;Were HelenBUelahpalmer'ite' andCUlbert'Ida ""eBe e Hive Immmmmmmmmm ' 103 North Central == Herness. They played bridge. m Mr. and Mrs. Con Gustafson m were supper guests at the Bob "Buzzing with Nice Things" In Fairview immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Jasper's, Wednesday.