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Yellowstone Area News MRS. PETER HEINLE Most  the grain in the valley been planted and beet was started when the made its change the the week. The area needs -a'e and crops are not y to come up until it rains. Oscar Helm returned last k from Mesa, Ariz., where sPent the winter. He visited son, Dale and family, ver, and his daughter, Mr. Mrs. Herb Fissor and mmily, ell route home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Karat left h Seattle last week to spend kia wlth their daughter, rs. Pete Kainms, who had a !.dney transplant at the mversity Hospital in Seattle. ]ney will also visit their uaughter, Mrs. Betty Kukas and family, Moses Lake, Wash. The Past Matrons Club met, onday, at the home of Mrs. Stepan. A lunch was and a social time en- Joyecl by the members. Mr. and Mrs John Hardy left the last of the week for Chicago .to visit their daughter and Ully, Mr. and Mrs. Art ueatland. Mr. and Mrs Bill Giese spent Weekend" in Dickinson .vlsltlng Mr. and Mrs. Bill Giese Jr. and family. of the East Fairview have been going over the FarVlew Consolidated Schools d Practicing track with them. I,,M Mrs. Seader, Forsyth, has :' visiting her son and ,a..lY, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. kr, Mr. Seader recently ul from the University I in Minneapolis and is tnValescing at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heinle tr Friday supper guests of r. and Mrs. Richard Haydon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Notehoom ve sold their farm in the V aey to Mr. and Mrs. Ivan tY.ko and family. tMernhers of Zion Lutheran h enjoyed a carry-in . at the church, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Notehoom Wmht to Billings this week ,acre Paul had an ap- Pntment. While there they Vted their son and wife, Mr. I Mrs. John Notehoom. Mrs. Jane Baaman and Mrs. ie Seel, Williston, were 'lay visitors at the Herman on hem }dr. and M. Dick Johnson ::, dinner guests on Monday ubtthe home of Mr. and Mrs. Tman Johnson on the oc- asian of Dick's birthday. Mrs. Rich Carat en- ,ined .several ladies at her ame for a coffee party. Merahers of the Fairview evator Bowling Team went to 'lelive, Sunday, to howl in a Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ketterllng to New Town, Sunday, to his .,dater and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rolland McMaster. , _r. and Mrs. Helmuth Wiest, 'th, N. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Ktter'reXall, Elgin, N. D., spent a days visiting at the Jake ling home. Ketterling Mr. aml Mrs. Jake SUnday visitors at the Y Goetzke home. Harry n ill and is confined to home. hght ladles from the St. 's Itheran Church went hndlve, Tuesday, to attend a district meeting of the l?*theran Women's Missionary ' Mr.--andeak'Im- Mrs. John Knels ere Sunday (linnet" uests at the home of her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold l,orenz. That evening relatives gathered at the l,orenz home for a housewarming party. Those from here attending were John Knels, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Buxbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Buxbaum, Mr. and Mrs. l,arry Knels, Mr. and Mrs. William Stienley, Mr. and Mrs. Garry Stienley and Mr. and Mrs. l,ee Norby. Mr. and Mrs. Benoit Hardy arrived home last weekend from San Francisco where they spent six weeks visiting their daughterl Shirley. They made the trip by plane. Mrs. Vance Ottolino brought them down from Billings and remained over the weekend. She left on Monday for her home. Benoit accompanied her back to Billings where he had an ap- pointment with an eye specialist. Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson are the parents of a son, Clint James, born March 31 at the Memorial Hospital in Sidney. He weighed five pounds and 11/ ounces. Mr. Peterson works for Chuck Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Cayko and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hardy were among those who at- tended a birthday party, Monday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hunter honoring their daughter, Michelle, on her third birthday. Michelle rc:eived gifts and Mrs. Hunter served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Hurley and family were Sunday visitors at the Arvin Heinle home. Marie's Beauty Shop in Fairview has been closed for the past two weeks. l.ast week, Mrs. Elroy Hurley, Mrs. Dennis Dahl, Mrs. Dale Hurley and Mrs. Floyd Uslman helped paint and clean the shop to be ready for opening again next Tuesday. Jeff Gross celebrated his 14th birthday, Friday, when friends gathered at the Gross home to honor him. Tim Langwald was an overnight guest. Jody HeiMe was an overnight gucs of Dace Hurley, Satur- day. Brandi Sue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hurley, eelelxak'd her second birthday last wck. Guests to enjoy cake with her were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Swanson, her grand- parenL, and Mr. and Mrs. Cancer Society Lists Memorials The American Cancer Society, Richland County Unit, acknowledges the receipt of the following memorials: In memory of Frank l,aFreniere by Anna Nielsen and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nidson; Leith Hall by Order of Eastern Star, Richland Chapter, Elizabeth M. Norris, Tucson, Ariz.; Mildred Sheehan by Mr. and Mrs. William Olson; Cora Beier by Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lamon, Don Miller, Bud Miller, Flay and Hugh Ross, Ina Still, Sam and Verna Wilson, Nancy Hollenbeck and Don and Helen Hathaway; and Margaret Donaldson by Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Koch. Cancer memorials may he sent to Mrs. Alford H. Bahia, 116 3rd Ave. S. W., Sidney, Mont. 59270. l)arby l)ahl and Justin. Mr. and Mrs. Darby Dahl and Justin moved to Culbertson where they purchased a farm. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Erickson, West Fargo, were weekend guests at the Ralph Chase home. Fredrika Chase and Laurie Swenson, Jamestown, accompanied them and visited at their homes here. The Ericksons came to see the Norwegian Dancers who appeared that night in Sidney. Laurie and Fredrika were in Minor where Mr. and Mrs. Eriekson met them. They have is.n attending the state Nurses convention there. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller were Sunday visitors at the Peter Heinle home. Tho gathering at the Ervin Beiber home, Sunday, to honor l)onnie on his 16th birthday were: Mr. and Mrs. George Beiber, his grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hurley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Beiber and family, Mrs. Bob Beiber and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beiber and family. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Cayko and Nickie and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Buxbaum and boys went to Glendive, Sunday, where they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cayko and boys. Bill Damm is a patient at the Memorial Hospital where he had surgery last week. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dschaak and family were among those who attended a birthday party for her father, Io Duda, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Moore and Bill Moore went to Billings, Friday, to see Mrs. Bill Moore, who is a patient there. Mrs. Moore is improving but will be cnfined to the hospital there for .sometime yet. Mrs. Melvin Johnson and daughter, Ellie, and a friend, visited on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Erickson and Wendy Dawn. Sunday visitors at the John Cayko home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Severance. Dinner guests on Sunday at the loyd Finsnas home were their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sitter and Tamara, Sidney. The East Fairview School will present their eighth grade class play at the school on April 18 at 7:30. Everyone is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Strashiem and family, Sidney, were Sunday visitors at the larry Knels home. Charles Martin is a patient at the Memorial Hospital in Sidney. Mrs. Rex Erps, Anchorage, Alaska, who has been visiting .her daughter and family, Las Vegas, is expected here to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Partin, l,ynette and Allen, Sidney, were Sunday visitors at the l,loyd Finsaas home. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Noteboom aml Christina, Havre, visited over the woekend at the home of his imrents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Noteboom, and her mother, Mrs. Margaret Ver- plancke, Cartwright. Mr. aml Mrs. Albert Miller were amdng those who at- temled the Imnquet on Saturday at the Moose Hall in Sidney. It was sponsored by the Farmers Union for various officers of the Farmers Union businesses in the cunty. you had a Hotpoint dishwasher you'd have been out of the kitchen dishwashers are for busy families MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES CO. Tops At Sidney High Lois Iverson, left, and Steve Johnson, were named valedictorians at Sidney Senior High School this week. At right is salutatorian Laura Sampson. The three were the top academic students at the high school in the "Class of '73". Graduation exercises are slated for May 23. -- Mark Gram Photo The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 11, 1973.3B Fairview FFA Chapter Collects State Awards The Faiview Chapter of Future Farmers of America was awarded a Superior Chapter award at the 43rd annual State FFA I,eadership Conference in Great Falls April 6-7. The award goes to FFA .Chapters who attain a high level of accomplishment during the year. Fairview's crops judging team, Sterling Sundheim, Dave Shannon and Loren Young placed in the Silver division with Dave Shannon one of the top .individuals. Fairview Chapter members who also received recognition included Terry Johnson, second in the State in Crop Production, and in the Bronze Division in livestock Production; Eldon l)schaak, second in the state in Placement in Sales and Ser- vice; Sterling Sundheim, Bronze I)ivision winner in l,ivestock production and Ken Knels, Bronze D'iision winner in Placement in Agricultural Production. Chapter members who served as delegates during the leadership conference were Jacob Damm and Eldon Dsehaak, The members were accompanied by Dan Watts, local FFA Advisor. Dawson Names Honor Students Eight local students have been named on the Dawson College honor roll at Glendive. Wanda Eichelberger, Savage, was listed on the honor roll with a straight A average. Other students named were Darlene Boje, Bloomfield; Colette Swihart and Larry Switzer, Richey; Nancy Bullet and Patricia Gooson, Savage; and Ellenora Almond and Marilyn Christianson, Sidney. 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