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Swisse Rites April 7 Mass of the Resurrection for J. Swisse, 83, Savage, celebrated at 10 a.m., April . at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Savage. Father Marrnion was Rosary was recited It 8:30 pro, Friday, at rson Memrial Chapel in ey. Interment was in lllVerview Cemetery at Page rs were John Gear, Gregg, Roy Klaudt, W. Jack Spithoven and Wagner. Ushers were Madsen and William Hagler and Sharon { "The Old Rugged and "In The Garden." J Leila Willian was nist. hank Joseph Swisse was . Jan. 11, 1890, in Fairbault, hn., a son of Mr. and Mrs. I) Swisse. In 1905, he went Helena to work as a a  ith. He later came to rage as a young man and as a well driller. was married to Myrtle Mitchell, Nov. 29, 1917, at The next year they to the Iambert area he was a rancher, far- er and carpenter They to Crane in 1930 and to Savage in 1936, where have lived since. died April 4, at Memorial Hospital where he had been a since March 17. him are his widow, M. Swisse of Savage; sons, Robert of Acme, Vernon of Sheridan, re., and George of Savage; Mrs. Alfred Woodard of Glen- and Mrs. Carroll (Nola) of Savage; 17 grand- and 10 great - grand- Ree Foster, left, Fairview, collects his cash after bowling a "300" game during league play at the Sidney Bowling Center last Thursday. Donating money to Foster for his perfect game were Sidney Bowling Center, $300; Richland National Foster Collects Cash Bank, $100; Sidney National Bank, $100; Snowflake Bakery, $100; Ranger Bar and Lounge, $100; Quillings Market, $50; Sidney Electric, $25; Sidney Plumbing, $100; Carpenter and Seitz Ins., $100; and United Building Center, $100. Foster will also get $100 from a Billings Trophy Company and a diamond ring from the American Bowling Congress. His total cash prizes are $1,100. -- Don Mrachek Photo MRS. MYRON DOORNEK MRS. GEORGE MII,NE Recent afternoon visitors at the William Fatzinger home were Mrs. I,loyd Sheehan and Mrs. l)onald Goss and Patti to visit Mrs. Cora Keller. Mrs. Johnnie .Johnston, Kevin and Kylc, also visited after school. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hayne, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Milne, (;len(live. They visited Ward Bean at Intake and spent Saturday night in Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winhofer visite(I Mrs. Therisa Winhofer at Faith l,utheran Home in Wolf Point, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Christianson were Sidney Myron I)oornek home were Chuck I)oornek, Billings; Mr. and Mrs. Alan Doornek, Wayne I)oornek and Sylvia Schumacher, Wolf Point. Mrs. Floyd Candee and I,ee visited Mr. and Mrs. George Milne, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. ,]ames ChritTanson were Sunday back to Montana they spent a week with Mrs. Doris Johnson and other relatives in Spokane and stopped to see a (laughter, Jean, anti family in Belt. l,loy(l l,emieux visited the Joe Pilgrim Sr. home, Tuesday, and MI; an(lMrs. Paul Kuehne weI:e Thursday evening visitors. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 11, 1973 - $B E l m da l e-Sp ri n g la k e-E n id FRANCES STEPPhER. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klasna were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hagen, south Poplar, to a dance at the Elks in Wolf Point. Bob Hahn, Great Falls, was a caller at the Joe Irigoin's, Wednesday, and over the weekend. Mrs. Edward Larson received word of the unex- pected death of her brother-in- law, Gerald Calvert, Great Falls. He and his wife were en route home to Great Falls from spending the winter in the south and they had stopped in Denver to visit their daughter when he .was striken with a massive cornary. Joe Irigoin was re-elected to a three-year term as school trustee at the Springlake School. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fink and Pintz Finishes ATC Course Airman Gerald P. Pintz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan F. Pintz of 415 Seventh Ave. SW, Sidney, has graduated at Sheppard AFB, Tex., from the U S. Air Force aircraft mechanic course conducted by the Air Training Command. The airman, who was trained to repair current Air Force jet aircraft, is being assigned to Edwards AFB, Calif., for duty with a unit of the Air Force Systems Command which manages research and development of Air Force aerospace systems. Airman Pints is a, 1972 graduate of Sidney Senior High School. family, Sidney, visited Bob Fink, Harold Fink's and the Jim Vaira's, Sunday. Sunday visitors at the Kenneth Klasna's were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Krause Sidney. Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vaira, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vaira, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thorn- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mullen, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mavity and Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Pritschett attended the Mom's and Dad's dance in Wolf Point. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klasna attended the fiddlers contest in Circle, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ames(or and son, Neal, Billings, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Amestoy and Gene. Relatives and friends honored Mick Carda on her birthday, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klasna and family helped Mr. and Mrs. An(one Carda celebrate their birthdays, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carda and Peggy Irigoin attended the track meet in Medicine Lake, Saturday. Carol Irigoin helped with the Search in Sidney over the weekend. Monday visitors at the Paul Amestoy home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klasna. Neighbor ladies dropped in on Elaine Amestoy, Saturday, to wish her a happy birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fink and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vaira attended the Farmers Union dinner at the Moose Hall, Saturday. Jim Vaira and boys helped Mrs. Vera Brenner move her. household goods to her new home she purchased in sidney. Frances Stepp!e  and son, Jim, visited Mr. ai Mrs. Jim Paladichuk and children and Mrs. Clara Steppler at Richland Homes. Brian Paladichuk took second place in wrestling at the "State Tournament in Great FalLs last weekend. Carol Irigoin gave a report on her experience as a page at the State Legislature at the PTA in lambert, Monday. Local Singers In Production Debbi Quilling of Sidney and Peggy Hunter, a graduate of Culbertson High School, will be singing the lead roles in Mozart's "Marriage of Figaro." Rocky Mountain Colleges production will be performed in Glendive at the High School Auditorium April 29 at 7:30 p.m. Cheryll Prescott of Glendive is accompaniest on the Harpsichord. Open House Set April 15 There will be a celebration April 15 honoring Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Kroemer on their silver wedding anniversary. The open house in their'honor will be held in the Trinity l,utheran Church basement from 2 to 5 p.m." A short program, will be Presented during the open house. " All friends and relative are cordially invited to attend. Poplar, were Wednesday callers, Saturday and at- dinner guests of Mr. andMrs. E m/It FRE: was preceded in death by dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. tended the Full Gospel Fred Hayne, Poplar, Sunday. son, Willie J. Swisse, .lames Christianson. business meeting in the Mrs. Effie Pentz and Don 11, 1970; and a brother, The (;randview Fair Board evening. Handles visited Mr. and Mrs. C" Swisse' Nv" 3' 1953" met at the Rbert Whiteman Mr' and Mrs" Frank Winhfer Charles Carlsen' Sunday" 6 IT M I    I receding him were a home to work on their visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glen Partin had dinner with r, I,ouie and three background for the booth. Carlsen, Saturday. Tony Ferguson, Tuesday. ream Mary, Matilda and l{obertRauschendorfer spent Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Green, Mr. and Mrs. George Hisdahl Wednesday night with Roy Sidney, and Mr. and Mrs. and Children, Circle, were hk ce C ersn Funeral Hme Fatzinger" William Fatzinger and RY Sunday dinner guests at the F 0 l [ [ i  C :harge of arrangements. Rev. Don Huntington and wcre Sunday dinner guestsof l,eonard Alexander home. |ll E } , one Mathew, Riehey, were Thur- Mr. antl Mrs. Johnnie Johnston. Harold Bivens and Doug m. and sday dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Carlsen called at the Frank Winhofer a Lutheran Mrs JohnnieJohnston. visited Mrs. Effie Pentz, home, Sunday. ,ep$, i Mr. and Mrs. Verner King Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Doornek ....... !J I'les Speaker visited Mr. and Mrs. Vic Vis)tors at the Verner King visited Mrs. Joe Doornek at Baw(len, Friday. home, Sunday, were Harold Trinity Hospital in Wolf Point, Friday and Saturday t speaker at Pella Mrs. Johnnie Johnston, Candee.Bivens and Mr. and Mrs. I,es ' Monday.  V l 0 a.m, to 6 p,m. m Church April 15 will Kev!ff and Kyle, were Sidney Glen Partin was a Tuesday a Arntson, missionary callers Friday and in the if- Sunday dinner guests at the supper guest at the Verner Guinea. ternoon Mrs. Johnston and Kings. Arntson will speak at Mrs. William Fatzinger at- Mr. andMrs. PaulKuehne Sp ing Food Bonon visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard r z CI ,5 and 10:15 morning tended Parent - Teacher Gierke Rites Alexander, Tuesday. ,s and will appear as Conferences at I,ambert. peaker at the meeting of MII. anti Mrs. Charles Carlsen Tony Ferguson called at the  reign Mission Society at were Sidney callers on Friday Held April 6 Frank Winhofer home, Wed- CLIP m. Sunday. andvisitedMrs'BessieCarlsen Funeral services for Alfred nesday. In the evening the Arntson is currently at ldchland Homes. Gierke Sr., 82, Sidney, were Winhofers visited Mr. and Mrs" TheS:l ! [|] [|[ 10 [|l on furlough from the Mrs. Effie Pentz and Don held at2 p.m., April 6, 1973, at Joe Pilgrim Sr. 1 5 a field in New Guinea Handlos were Richey callers, Pella I,utheran Church in The Grandview 'Fair Board she serves as a nurse. Friday. Sidney with Rev. Stanley met at the Charles Carlsen V Q|UO  on  _ on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walker, l,arsen officiating. Interment home, Wednesday. Coupons ] Hershey 4 Keebler Saltine4 Spokane, Wash., spent Thur- was in Richland Memorial Mrs. Frank Winhofer visited sday with Mr. and Mrs. Park Cemetery at Sidney. at the W. I, Voorhees home in D:onardAlexander. Pallbearers wereDarrell Poplar, Thursday. and [I Instant [[ll[|l Crackers ill Chocolate Goebel, Harold Henderson, [i. 2 lb. Box Those attending funeral Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hagen services for Mrs. I,ena Elmer Klein, Con Simonsen, and Walt Bauman, Sidney, had SAVE Schillinger in Wolf Point, Ernest Trang and Vincent coffee with the Verner Kings,    I I I Preceding him were a FUlkerson Funeral Home charge of arrangements. Norma Arntson, missionary New Guinea. 8:5 and 10:15 morning t speaker at the meeting of P.m. Sunday. Wheeler. Ushers were Ruben Thursday. Dinner guests were CORN VARIETIES FOR THIS AREA --" Sidney - 452.1304 The r Bob's Warehouse Market IN BIG SKY SHOPPING CENTER Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mon. thru Sat. Closed Sundoy Saturday, were Mr. and Mrs. lonar(l Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Verner King, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bivens, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winhofer and Mrs. Myron I)oornek. Mrs. Jeanette Diedrich visited at the Harold Bivens home, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Johnston, Kevin and Kyle, attended the Drama Club play at Richer, Friday. Mr. anti Mrs. George Milne were Saturday dinner guests of Straw Pile Announces the Winners of their Drawing Mrs. C. Bruggeman Royle E. Koch Mrs. C. O. Watkins Something New at the. Straw Pile Simonsen and E. H. Wick. Mrs. Walter Quilling sang "When The Roll is Called Up Yonder" and "Good Night and Good "Morning". Mrs. J. Harry Johnson was organist. Alfred (E) Jorgen Gierke was bern at Horsen, Denmark on Aug. 8, 1890, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Gierke. He received his schooling in his native land and was bap- tized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith. At the age of 20 he immigrated to Arlington, Neb., where he worked on a farm for a while and later worked for the railroad com- pany there. Alfred was married to Marthea Danielson at Gayville, S. D., March 26, 1912, and they lived in Nebraska for three years before going to Derrick, N. D., where they managed a hotel. In 1917 they started farming at Edmore, N. D., wending their way to Richland County in 1923, and they continued farming until 1952 when they moved to Sidney where they have resided since. Mrs. Gierke died July 1, 1969. Gierke died at Community Memorial Hospital in Sidney April 2, where he had been a Mr. and Mrs. Bob Candee, Richer. Glen Partin and Henry Etzel were Thursday dinner guests at the Frank Winhofer home. / Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pilgrim Sr. arrived home March 29 after spending some time with their son, Gary, San Francisco. Accompanied by Gary, Bar- bara and Marie Taylor, they flew to Hawaii. They visited threg islands, Oahu, Hawaii and Maul. They visited a cousin near Van Nuys and friends in San Bernadino. On their way iii iii i ii iiii I Ralston Roundup We invite you to visit the J. K. Ralston Museum and Art Center to view the acrylics and oil paintings by Virginia Dusenbury of Wolf Point now on display there. There are 30 pieces, an extremely in- teresting exhibit including scenes, wild life and portraits. The exhibit will be up through the month of April. Now would be a good time to bring in items to the Museum, COFFEE Maxwell House $2a9 3 lb. can Ice Cream Gate City $1 45 Gallon Bologna Pennywise SliCed dll 1 lb. pkg.  Garden and Flower OFF Seeds 10%,.,.'., Price Cake Mixes .e Betty Crocker 35c 20 oz. pkg. o e PEPSI-COLA ll  , PACK OF 85 16 OZ. BOI"TIJ ,, Plus deposit I III Toilet Tissue M D 6,orSl O0 Z r011 pack I I I Shortening Crisc0 9:tc 3 lb. can Drawing Each Day Through Saturday " Fondue Plates patient for two weeks, we are always keen to receive HAM Surviving himarefivesons, additions to the many ex- FOR 3-LB. CANNED .Chafing Dishes William and Kenneth of ceptional displays we already Eugene, Ore.; Earl of Fort have. Benton, Darrell of Billings and Alfred Jr. of Sidney; 22 grandchildren and 14 great - grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, two daughters and one son. Fulkerson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. The stories of the families who arrived in the Mondak area prior to 1925 are beginning to come in and they are filled with history of the early years here and anecdotes of family life. We hope you are all giving your story some thought and that it too will soon be ready. * Ice Buckets . Hydro Planters New Shipment of Candle Holders e