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4B- The Sldney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 11, 1973 Couple Says Vows In Richey April 6 Vera Boles of Richey and Glenn Davtdsen, Fairview, were united in marriage at a private wedding April 6 at 3 p.m. in the Community Methodist Church in Richey. The Ray. Robert Jenny of- ficiated at the double- DeLarm Rites Held April 10 Funeral services for Bergithe I)eLarm, 87, long - time Sidney resident, were held at 2 p.m. April 10 at Fulkerson Memorial Chapel in Sidney with the Rev. Stanley I,arsen officiating. At those services vocal selections were "Just A Closer Walk With Thee" and "Safe in The Arms of Jesus." l'allbearers were Ted Jansen, I,auritz Jorgensen, Chris I arson, Amlrew Miller, Holger Petersen and Chris Rasmussen. Interment was in lakeview Cemetery at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Kenmare, N. D., with the Rev. G. Stanford l{osengren officiating. Fulkerson Funeral Home was in charge. Bergithe l,eona l)eI,arm was born in Denmark on Aug. 17, 1885, (laughter of Mr'. and Mrs. Christian l,ohr. She came to the United Statt with her widowed father at the age of four settling at ('.ooperstown, N. I)., where she was raised. She returned to l)cnmark at the a/4e of 17 where at l{ingstad she and William Jansen were married on Oct. 23, 1904. The couple came to the United States in 1907, settlin at Kenmare, N. I., and came to Sidm'y in 1914. They operated Jansen's Cafe until William's death in 1935. Bergithe moved to Washintton and Ore4on and was nmrried at F.uene, Ore., in April 1946 to Hoy I)elrm. Roy (lied in 1948 and in 1962 ih'rgihhe moved back to Sidney where she has lived since. She  entere(I l{ichland itomes last Novemlntr where she ma(le her homc until her death, :) She died at.rmuty ! emoril HospitalApril 6 after an extended illness, She was a member of Pella I,utheran Chm'ch and Royal Neighbors and was a past member of Rebecca and l,:astern Star. Survivin her are: one dauthter, Anna Nielsen, Sid- ney; two sisters, Michelle ()ln of Corvallis, Ore., and Margaret Svensson of IAnkopin/4, Sweden; four r, ran(Ichihh'en, 10 u'eat tnmdchildren and two reat - ,.reat t,q'andchildren. She was la'eceded in ,leath by Ith husbands an(I one .son in 1926. ring ceremony. Their at- tendants were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Buechler. The bride has been a cook in the Richey lunch program for the past two years and the groom is the owner of Davidsen Hardware in Fairview. The couple went on a short wedding trip after tile wedding. On April 8, a reception was iven for the newlyweds in the home of the bride's daughter anti husband, Mr. and Mrs. l,loyd Johnston, Sidney. The tuests included Mrs. David- sews (laughter, Mrs. Steven ( Conniej Roll, Arlington, Va.; another daughter, Mr. and Mrs. l,loyd Eggum, Richey, and l,oren Eggum and Greg .lohnston, grandsons of the bride; the bride's sister and husband and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Reynolds, Sidney, and Edithe Damming, Fair. view, also a brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Whiteman, Richey. Mrs. Robert Cox of Denver, Colo., and l,arry l)avidsen, Fairview, (laughter and son of the groom, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin I)avidsen, Fairview, brother of the room, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Taylor, Fairview, niece of the room, also attended. 4-H Members Collect Money 4-tt members have collected $449.80 in the recent White Cane 1),-ire in the Sidney, Fairview, Sawue and l,ambert areas. A total of $11.50 was contributed by the Cowl',elias as a result of the March card party. (irai Johnson, a member of the Ih'orson Farmhands brought in $65 nmking his collection the largest amount tar both member and club. Clubs participating in the drive were the Brorson Farm- hands, Brorson Busy Bees, Breezy Flats lds and lassies, lne Tree Beavers, I,ambert tti i,iters, l{ichland kets, Twilight Twinklers, Three Buttes Pioneers, Ridgelawn Boosters, Prairie Clovers, Timberline Workers, North Mon-Dak and Yellowstone I ,assies. I'rocveds which are nearly ('omplete will be nt to the Montana Association For The I',lind and will be used mainlY for their annual Summer Orientation lh'ogram held in I;ozcman each year for the adult blind. More details may I, obtained by writing the MAI,'H, Box 536, Kalispell, Mont., or contating Mrs. Ann I;auman, Sidney. , Easter Lilies , Cut Flowers . Bright Spring Bouquets . Beautiful Corsages Order Early For Easter 482.1102 ,Today Greenhouse Sidney, Montana Tools, Trophies and Teacher l)oug Buxbaum, left, and Cole Boehler, aml l)rama meet in Missoula over the right, cheek their reference material sseekentl. Buxbaum and Boehler 'on they usedduringthe 1972-73State Speech fourth place in the meet in debate, marking the first time an Eastern District team has placed in the state. Their coach, Robert Timberman, center, helps them look up debate material in the photo above. Walk-A-Thon Set To Raise Money If you see a group of walkers carrying placards April 14, don't be alarmed. They are out for a good cause. They are not protesting or trying to incite a riot: they are involved in a Walk-a-thon to raise missionary funds. The youth of the Sidney Assembly of God are going to engage in a Walk-a-thon on that (late to earn funds for their national missions project called Speed - the - l,ight. They will ask for sponsors to sponsor them by the mile when they walk so they can provide vehicles for missionaries to ride on the foreign fields. Each participant will collect ac- cording to the number of miles he walks. Speed - the - l,ight has been a very successful way in which Hanson Services Heid March 30 Memorial services for Mrs. ,Iohanne K. Hanson, 95, were hehl March 30 at i0 a.m. in Bethel Ialtheran Home Chapel, Willis(on. Pastor Carl Nelsen officiated and Pastor Staltley l,arsen of Sidney bringing a message. Pastor Ivan I,arsen brought a greeting. At 2 p.m. funeral services were held at Emmaus Imtheran Church, Rural Was(by, Mont., with the Ray. Carl G. Nelson and Rev. Milan Ingman officiating. Mrs. Alvin Tommerup was organist and Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Frandsen of Fargo, N. D., sang, "The Ird is my Shepherd" and "Take the Name of Jesus with You." Pallbearers were six grand- .sons: Robert Olesen, Howard Nielsen, Rueben Hundofte, Robert Hanson, David Frand- .sen and Russell Dige. In- terment was in Emmaus l,utheran Church Cemetery under the direction of Sletten - I,:rdahl Funeral Home. Johanne Kristiane Pedersen was born Feb. 7, 1878, at Bornholm, Denmark where she lived until 1805 when she came to the U. S. and settled at Chicago. On Sept. 11, 1897, she was married to Fredrick I,. Hanson. They moved to Racine, Wis., where they lived until 1910 when they moved to Sheridan County and homesteaded 11 miles southwest of Westby. She lived there until 19 when she moved to Sidney. In 1966 she moved to WiUiston and has lived at Bethel I,utheran Home for Aged since. She was a charter member of Emmaus I,utheran Church and while. residing in Sidney she was a member of Pella I,utheran Church. Survivors include two sons, Adolph of Is Angeles, Calif., and l,ennert of Westby; 10 daughters, Mrs. Peter (Veta) Nielsen of Plentywood; Marie Hanson, Mrs. Robert (Doris) Paterson, Marcella Hanson, all of ls Angeles; Mrs. Phillip (Louise) Andersen of Fargo, N. I).; Mrs. Immanuel Edith) lrsen, Mrs. Ted (Esther) HundtoRe, Mrs. Niels (Anna) Frandsen, Mrs. Enoch (Olivia) Iversen, Mrs. Arnold (Adeliene) Dige, all of Sidney; 51 grandchildren and many great - grandchildren. She  preceded in death by her husband on April 25, 1937, and one daughter, Mrs. Waldemar (Dagmar) Olsen, Sept. 21, 19. young people have engaged in missionary giving, l,ast year the Assemblies of Got] youth gave well over $1 million to Speed - the - l,iht. The money goes to provide missionaries .with planes, baals, automobiles, jeeps and radio equipment. The Sidney Assembly of Go(l young people are to receive another plaque from the national department for leading the Montana l)istrict in Speed - the - I,ight ivin last year. The Walk - a - than is only one of the activities scheduled in the four - clay missions con- vention which begins at the Assembly of God Church April 12. I,'eatured in the convention will be Bud anti Mary Brown, missionaries to Indonesia. (Mary is the former Mary tlackley of the Sidney area.) The Browns will show colored slides of life in Indonesia. The public is invited to attend the convention which runs through April 15. You're Invited to the AAU Wrestling Banquet and AWards Ceremony This Public Service Ad Is Sponsored By The Bank That Believes Our Young People Are One of Our Greatest Assets :::::: :::::: i!iliiii; i!!!i Alexander Around AHS By BECKY CI)USE "Contests" is the word around AHS for the month of April. In the recent vocal contest in Willis(on, the girls' trio, I)ianne Paluek, I.oreeta l,eer anti Rebecca Clause, received a 'T' rating on their "Black is the Color." James Ie sang "I,inden I,ea" and achieved a "2 plus". Both were directed and accompanied by Mrs. Delilah Jermiason. The girls' trio is now eligible for the state vocal contest to be held in Bismarck April 27. The instrumental district festival was held Saturday in Willis(on with two ensembles anti the Ikan(I participating. Ix, reet la,er, Renee lee and l,inda Clause played "Flutation" accompanied by Kathy Barge. Jim I,ee, Kim lh,ttig, Davitl Klym, Andy Sims, Karen Winden and Iarry l,ee played "Trumpet Volun- tary." The band, directed by l)avid Farver, played "Cherubim Song" and "Overture from Henry the l,J.hh. The local speech contest has I,en hehl with the following I,eOlfle oin.,. to the District t:ontest April 14 Timothy 1)wycr, lavid Klym - Radio I;roadcasting; Rebecca Clause. l.yla Safely - Vxtemporancous I'octry; i,yla Safely, Sally Soren:;on - Orations; Kathy I{(,rge, .tim l,ee Ex- tcmporaneous Speaking; I)ianne I'aluck, lreeta I.,er - l)ramatic Interpretations; Rose Mx'achek, I,inda Clause - Humorous Interpretations; Kathy l',erge, l,oreeta I,eer - After Dinner Speaking; Winden, Rebecca Book Review. Judges local contest were Hellman and Mrs. Fro(land. The elementary program, "Minstrel was presented to friends Friday. I.ila (lanced, I,anette played a piano solo, panal played the harmonica other students sang spirituals anti folk blackene(l faces and in colored vests. Carl was Mr. Tambo Wahlstrom was Mr, l,arry Novak acted as terlocuter." All the st accompanied their own on autoharps, ;uitars ukuleles. Twenty - six AHS girl been working out in tr the past three weeks'. interschool meet haS scheduled for Friday, AP at Alexander. The casualty occurred l,oreeta l,eer was doing' ups after hours. She sprl her knee, is now on crtltl hoppin around school, all only irl in the entire I il who w(,ars :'.lacks? = GgT YOUR Want, SUB. to the Herald It's Easy Thursday Elks Club - Special Guest i:ili:!:i Ch yl ris Ta or " 440 Pound Heavyweight Wrestler For Iowa State Olympic Medal Winner NCAA Champion Everyone Is Invited To Attend The Banquet and Hear Chris Taylor Speak Admission Adults - *2.00 " Students -- *|.50 Under 12 - *l.00 Admission Includes Dinner Ri=hland .aT, ON.' BRN SIDNEY. MONTAN.