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12 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 11, 1973 Mark Panasuk, left and Alan Romo, members of the Bainville FFA Chapter were awarded the top FFA honor in the state by earning the State Farmer Degree. The two were in the top to per cent in Montana. Bainville FFA Winners Bainville's FFA Chapter won Mike Wang and Andy Picard. the Sweepstakes trophy at the The three ill represent Montana Conference last Montana ill the National weekend. From left the Conh, rencc in October. inners were Mark Paeovsky, -NOTICE- Will the thieves who broke into my pickup and stole the intercom, please stop at the OK Barber Shop and pick up the other half Bob Free Hottest Deal In The West USDA CHOICE Cut, wrapped and frozen - Financing Available And remember a small monthly payment will keep you in beef /or many months. Valley Meat Packing Company Sidney, Montana Phone 482-2301 Lamb0000rt Area News .,, Jl- at the Verlyn Berger home. Shirley Dare was a Friday overnight guest of Shelly Thornton. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie An- derson, Sidney, and Mr. and Mrs. Buck Herman were Saturday guests at the Clint Mullin home. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Carter and family, Helena, were supper guests of the Roger Williams family, Saturday. The lmbert Hi l,iters 4-H Club held a cooking meeting, Thursday, at the Roger Williams home. A Saddle Club meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday in the Fire Hall. Mary PrevoSt, Sidney, was a weekend guest of the Joe Prevost's. Mrs. Wade Philips, Omaha, Neb., and Mrs. Rodney Rogers and two children, Colorado Springs, Colo., were visitors of the Edgar Salsbury's for a week. Pershing Carter was a patient in the Mercy Hospital in Williston, for tests. Several members of the community attended the l,eaving here on March 2 they spent the weekend in Billings and attended a church con- ference and visited their daughter, Mary Jane, and other relatives. In southern California they visited two of his brothers, Herald and family, l,akewood, and John and family, Hun- tington Beach. Also a cousin and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Nielson, I,a Mesa. At Ocean Side they visited a niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed l,orenz. Points of interest visited were The Queen Mary, a ship at I,ong Beach, brought from England after World War 2; Knotts Berry Farm, Disneyland and Sherman Batonical Gardens where horticultural and oceanographic research are conducted. It is situated at Dana Point, Corona Del Mar. En route to northern California they drove the inland route by way of Bakersfield and Fresno where there is lots of farming. Having had 37 inches of rain in parts of California, the farmers were late with farming and cultivating the fruit trees. The hills were all very green. At Fremont they visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom (Karen) Marker. From there they saw her niece Youths Earn State Degree Mike Shannon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Shannon, and Sterling Sundheim, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Sundheim, and members of the Fairview Chapter of Future Farmers of America were awarded the State Farmer Degree at the State FFA Convention held in Great Falls April 6 - 7. The State Farmer Degree is the highest degree at the state level and is awarded to the top two per cent of the state FFA membership. The award combines leadership, scholarship and community service activities as well as size and scope of the boys occupational experience programs. l II II Ill l m The Sidney Golf and Country Club is accepting applications for memberships in the Club If you are interested in joining the club, please contact: NOTICE m Gene Iversen at 482-1025 or Bob Moran at 482-1773 I I I I [ III I I IIII I I lll l II Mrs. Elmer Krien and family, Margon Hill, formerly of Sidney. Farther north they visited at the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Karl SLeeves, Vallejo. From there her niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. George (Jeanette) Kemmerer, Santa Rosa, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Strack and family, Vallejo. The Stracks once farmed in the Rau School area and then lived in Salt lmke. They spent two years in Germany so had much to tell En route home they visited their son, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hamburg and family, Great Falls, and briefly visited again with Mary Jane, Billings. In Great Falls they visited the Giant Springs and the Fish Hatchery plus the Hanger Pride at Malstrom AFB where Jim works when not in the field. Great Falls Beer . . . . . . . . 12 pack $2.1 t Jena's Plain Pizza Mix... Flav-R-Pak Frozen Baden" s Dri n ks Orange Grape 64 z' 53 Punch Jar single size 3 for  Peas or Corn .3 lzA Pkgs. V' Northern Bathroom Ti ""75 ssue . . . . . . . -.., Sam Douglas Farm Fresh Grade A Medium Eggs . . . . . . . . 2 85 Samuel I.. Douglas, a former McKcnzie County resident, died March 22 in the I,awrence Memorial Hospital, Walnut l{idge, Ark., at the age of 64. Douglas was a veteran of World War II. He was em- ployed with Clark Construction Co., and was a Pentecost. Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Aembly of God Church in Portia, Ar., with Rev. Felix Thornton and Rev. William Ouzts officiating. Burial was in I,awrence Memorial Park under the direction of Higgin - Batham Funeral Service. Survivors include his widow, Edith, East Douglas; three stepsons, Jesse McPhink, Trumann, Ark.; Michael Mc-" Phink, I,ofayette, Ind., and l,cste McPnink, Paragould, Ark.; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Carolyn Johnson, Walnut Ridge, Ark.; two sisters, Mrs. l,ola Winters, Roberts, Mont., and Mrs. Alice Venetz, Poison, Mont.; and two brothers, Frank Douglas, Wahkon, Minn., and Victor Vuylsteke, Sidney, Mont.; 10 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. n i i i ii ,11 ii i iii i Sattler's Saturday Specials Blueberry Muffins and Raisin Rye Bread Hormel's Just Heat and Eat Smokies or Smokie Cheezers 1k7: 98 U. S. D. A. Choice Beef Rib Steaks .3 U. S. No. 1 Better Than Ever Texas Ruby Red Grapefruit.... 4 for 39 Snoboy Fresh Orange Juice.. U. S. No. 1 Snoboy Celery Hearts. ,.m00os,.e39 U. S, No. 1 Fancy Chiquita Golden Ripe Bananas..... 2 ,.25 CONNIE TORGERSON monthly meeting of the Girard Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rindahl ff Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Farmers Union Local at the and Paul, Sidney, visited the Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Prevost, Frank Daniels home, Sunday. Bill Rehbeins and Mrs. Agnes I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Redlin, Mr. The next meeting will be May 6 I{chbein, Sunday. b and Mrs. Jim Vaira, Harold at 7:30 p.m. at the Oscar Mr. and Mrs. Keith Backes ],'ink and Bob Pink attended the Peterson home, Girard. and girls, Box lder; Mr. and Co-op employcs and board of Mrs. Agnes Rehbein spent Mrs. Ray Ketterling, Shaneand I directorsdinner at the Moose in last weekend in Miles City at l)arci, Miles City; Mr. and Mrs.  Si(lney. Jerry Redlin was the the Ed Regans. Kenny Backes and family and chairman and master of Mr. and Mrs. "Happy" .Jim Carda were dinner guests ,  Mile - Hi Whole Mr. and Mrs. Dean Carter at the Gordon Oakland home. Sunday, where.,they celebrated  2zlz Aoricots 3 "0 ,0, , and family, Helena, were M.andMrs. RayKetterling, Stacy Backes and Shane (:AN , Tins weekend guests of the Persh Shane and Darci, Miles City, Kctterling's birthdays.  FRUIT FILLING (:arters. were weekend visitors of Mrs. Mrs. Roger Williams had a  Ch Mr. anti Mrs. Jim Thiessen Marie A. Backes. birthday party for Shane erry Planter's 28 OZ. ,,nd family were Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams and Doris Mullin, Peanut Buffer 9[i' ue.ts of the Lussell Denowh Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. Jiramy Tuesday. Makes a  t amily, Sidney. Mullin, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie large Mr. anti Mrs. Roland Nevins Pritschet, Mr. and Mrs. A baby shower was held were supper guests of the Eugene Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Thursday for Mrs. Melvin Hill _ 9 inch pie W  Wayne Nevins family, Glen Mavity and Mr. and Mrs. and Gary Eugene at the Kenny ' Saturday. Jim Vaira were guests of Mr. Backes home. Swift's All Sweet An error was made in last andMrs. PaulVaira to see the The I,ambertPublicschool Margarine 3 891 weeks news regarding the Fritz musical group, the Mom and announced their Forest and [ hehbeins. He went to South l)ads, in Wolf Point, Friday. Range Fire Prevention Poster Ibs. l)akota for a job interview. Mrs. Jan Bradly and two Contest winners on Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. Milton Terry children, Mrs. Jim Sanders and Primary Division grades 1, 2 BEAUTIFUL WASHES were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Verlyn Berger were and 3 winners were: first -Jan . (;ordon Oaklands. visitors of the Clint Mullins, Kvaalen, second - Kelly Western Family No.303 1i Mrs. l,arry F arr and Tuesday. Bradley, and third-Rodney IN ALL t'...- Cream Style  : 1 daughter, Althea, Billings, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Murray E venson. Intermediate TEMPERATURES ,,u[. or Whole Kernel elf for i l)orothyI)ee, Morgan City, La., anti Mr. and Mrs. Roger Division grades 4, 5 and 6 were weekend guests at the Williams attended the wedding winners were: first - Tan'may Emil l)iede home. of Stewart Neer and Anita Foltz Vaira, second - Beth Torgerson, Western Fa mi ly No. 303 1 : Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Prit- in Sidney, Saturday. and third - Tracy Williams. Peas 5 [ schet, Cindy and Mark, were Mrs. Agnes Rehbein went to ,Senior Division grades, 10, 11 Sunday guests at the Verlyn Miles City, Monday. and 12 winners were: first - Size 3 for, lerger home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Forsythe Kenny Diede, second - Tim m,#v,rj In the election held Saturday, were Sunday visitors at the Klasna, and third - Cecilia  1t both of the mill levies passed ('lint Mullin hom. Prevost. , '2 Van Camp's NO. 300 and Mrs. Alice Diede and Dale Pork & Beans4 6 Rosaan were elected as - for ( t.,ooo.,o ,oo, or. Ha bu gs Back F Mr. and Mrs. Keith Backes m r ram and irls were weekend visitors of Mrs. Marie A. Backes. They 10 lb. 11 oz. Quaker came toattendtheweddingofher brother, Stewart Neer to Five-Week Vacation FAMILY Vanilly Crunch lz'3tpkg. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ruben and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom SIZE $4')  a Anita Foltz, in Sidney on Hamburg returned April 5 (Esther) Young, San Marco; Saturday. ' Altar Society met Wednesday from a five - week trip that took Mr. and Mrs. Rhienholt SCh- ,,ONLY L#,l them to the West Coast. midt, San Mateo, and Mr. and '