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IANGLE The NEW LIFE Entertainment "-"- ..... Every Night Except Monday lexander Aren News HEI,LING Byron Helgeson visited Peter Moe accompanied and Bruce Helling, Wednesday. Safely and her.mother to Mrs. Greg Glasoe and friends the weekend of of Minot were Sunday luncheon Lylawentto compete guests at the Glenn Hellings. regional contest in the I,uncheon guests at the l,egions annual high George Rebsom home, Friday, oratorical contest, after the 4-I-I talent show were: to Mr. and Mrs. I)is Fleck and Tim, Mr. who became and Mrs. Butch Fleck and a son born April 1. Billy, Mrs. Donna Kono, Mr. and Mrs. John Tonneson, and Mrs. I,yndon I,amphear, were Thursday visitors Mrs. Margaret I,amphear, I,yle Clause home. Mrs. Milton Johnson and An- and Mrs. Olaf Rod were notre, Melody Johnson, Mrs. visitors at the Norman Marge Solberg, Susan Pojorlie, home. Sunday visitors Diane Trotter, all of Grassy Mr. and Ms. Gary Rod Butte; Mr. and lVrrs. Bob Olson, Terry remained Roberta and Becky. Thursday with his Friends and relatives helped Mrs. Joe Weber celebrate her Mormon was honored birthday, Saturday. Mrs. I,yle y, Sunday, when Brockmier brought a decorated Bill Mormon, Mr. birthday cake. Ray Mormon, Sidney; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Forthun Mormon, Myrtle and Mrs. Stanley Forthun, and Mrs. Anton l,ouis Waslif and Glenn Helling came and had bir- attended the Jim and Paul cake with her. Martin sale at Trenton, and Mrs. I,yle Clause and Tuesday. supper guests at Mrs. l/ee Steen and children Neubauer home, and Mrs. Marian MotEs and children, Williston, were and Mrs. Garvin Sunday visitors at the Oscar r.andMrs. Jim Olson home. Supper and and children were evening visitors were Mr. and dinner guests at the Mrs. Stanley Pierce and Bauman home. Maxine Hayward, Williston. business callers at John, Diane and Jennifer, Sims home were Williston; Nancy Forthun, a Toepke and Bill college student at Dickinson, Watford City. spent the weekend at home. visitors were Mr. and Sunday dinner guests were Carl Hermanson and Beverly Forthun and Roger Nelson of Williston. Brief Kiym, a student at callers were Mr. and Mrs. Don College of Bismarck, McNary and family and Mrs. the past weekend at Robert I,ogan, Williston. Af- ternoon visitors were Mr. and and Mrs. William Klym Mrs. Alex Gullickson and helped celebrate Garvin. Nancy Forthun ac- grandsons fifth birthday ;unday. He is the )f Mr. and Mrs. Don Watford City a.? Mrs Bryan Bjor.- Clinic Slated Were visitors at the Jerry I'lan are being completed honae, Wednesday. I or the h'ce imnmnization clinic Alexander school to },e hehl in the Watford City their spring Musical (:ivic Crnter from 10 a.m. to 4 at 8 p,m. in the p.m. on April 17. gym. Mrs. DeLilah In.tiers and consent slips son directed the haw. been sent to many of the which consisted of parent.s, however, anyone not vocal numbers by the recriving a letter should not be School Chorus and disrour'oged from attending the through 6 presented a clinic. Show. Oral polio anti combined rs. Glenn Hailing was a mcash,s rubella ira- at the Jim Evanson munizations will be ad- in Williston, Thursday. ministered Iso visited at the Clarence This clinic is being sponsored Stiansons, Sidney, by the March of I)imes and the Ms .h,y,:ees in cooperation and Mrs. Norman Rod with the Upper Missouri at the Gary ROd home, Distri:'t Health Unit and the Thursday. State th,alth l)epartment. L00gal Notices THE DISTRICT COURT OF SEVENTH JUDICIAL CT OF THE STATE OF HA, IN AND FOR THE ' OF RICHLAND dE MATTER OF THE OF ROY E. ROGNA$, :E OF TIME SET FOR WILL ANd HEARING FOR LETTERS IENTARY IS HEREBY GIVEN been presented to the an instrument, purporting to Will and Testament of ROGNAS, Deceased, and Petition has been filed with for the probate of the as his Last Will and and for the issuance of dry to James Roy and that Wednesday, the of April, A. D., 1973, at A.M. of said day, at the of said Court, in the at the City of Sidney, County, Montana, hes the time and place for of said Will, and for the ] of Said Petition, at which race any and all persons said estate may ap- opposition thereto, end file objections to the as Provided by law. ED at Sidney, Montana, this Of March, A.D., 1973. SEAL) :, s.S Ilone Dawe V G - CLerk of the Oistrlct Court PUblish April 4, 11 and ill) ,_ NOTICE OF HEARING m'ETITION TO VACATE PLAT OF AICHELETTO ADDITION TO - SIDNEY, MONTANA .qOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t Petition has been flied to vacate  Plat of the Micheletto Addition to "jrley, Montana, which area is l'il::l aS follows: tf I, Of LO 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of El I ; all Of Lots 4, $, 6, 7 and 8 of N', K :, and all of Fourth Street A." ,heist and that part Of Seventh h e Northeast and that part of I,, v11 Avenue Northeast lying t of the North alley line being a ll,_ kh Of the Micheletto Addition to L"mY, Montana, and that a hearing "11id petition will be held on the I I 16th day of April, 1973, at 7:30 o'clock P.M., at Council Chambers of City Halt, at which time anyone interested in said petition may appear and protest the same. Further particulars concerning said petition may be obtained at The City Hall. Louise Christensen City Clerk (Publish April 4 and 11, 1973) NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF OTTO W. LANGE, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, by the undersigned, Marvin Lange, Executor Of the estate of Otto W. Lange, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the Said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vOuchers within four (4) months after the first publication of this notice to V. G. Koch, Attorney for estate, Sidney, Montana, hereby designated as the place for the transaction of business of the estate. Dated this 4th day Of April, A. O., 1973. -S- Marvin Lange Executor VICTOR G. KOCH Attorney at Law Attorney for Estate P. O. and Business Address: Courthouse, Box 831 Sidney, Montana (Publish: April 11, 15, 25 and May 2.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Jessie L. Sanderson, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Jessie L. Sanderson, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four (4) months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administratot- at the Office Of Habedank, Cummlng and Best, Sidney National Bank auilding, Sidney, Mbntana, the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated March 14, 1973. WILFRED A. SANDERSON, Administrator of the Estate of Jessie L. Sanderson, Deceased. HABEDANK; CUMMING AND BEST Sidney National Bank Building P. O, Box 751 Sidney, Montana Attorneys for Administrator (Publish March 21 and 2S; April 4 and 11, 1973) companied Wayne I,orvig of Crosby back to Dickinson, Sunday. Ruth l,ien spent the past week at Williston caring for grandsons while their parents were on a trip to the Bahama Islands. Mrs. Robert Olson had surgery at the Good Samaritan Hospital, Tuesday. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 2 : ::: :: :::: !,i Raymond A. Mlaer, DVM l :'. Manager of Veterinary !i rvices Norden I,ahoratories ' With Faster Just around the farrier, many parents are thinking of buying baby chicks or ducklings as pals for their rhihlren. These wL can bring much joy into the home at Easter time because of the delight they tdve small children. However, I wouhl like to offer a few words of caution ahout these pets and salmonella. Salmonella infection comes from the family, of bacteria. that causc. food poisoning and gastrointestinal upset in) aninmls and man. There are over 1,200 types of sahnonella bacteria, one of which cat,sos typhoid fever. l'ublic health authorles have imlicatl that baby chicks, ducklings and turtles are notorious carriers of salmonella as well as vehicles of infections. Aocording to the officials, ducks and chicks "are recognized as one of the largest re,rvoirs of salmonella" and can predict with certainity, a markci increase of salmonella infections in chiMren in the weeks following Faster. In young birds, signs of lmonella include drowsiness, weakness and diarrhea. Ducklings become dhydrated, begin trembling an(I gasp for air. Symptoms of the salmonella infection in man include fever, somach cramps, vomiting and bloody diarrhea. Often this infection can result in extended hospitalization. Generally, lmonella is not a fatal dEbase for htunans. However, the infection can be quite (langeros for infank and ehlcrly a(lulLs. ('hildren, who often spend marc time playing with baby chicks and ducklings, are more susc,ptible to the dLsease. Sahnonella is a com- municable type disea that ran be spread to other mere. bars of the family and friends. ('hildrcn ranging in age from thrt months to six years usually have personal hygiene habiLs that contribute to the spread of contamination and infections. Kissing a pet, a popular habit of chihlrcn, shouM never be allowed. Both chihiren an(! adults who arc chronic fingernail biters, have become riously ill with the sahnonella infection after handling or close association with ducklings and Imby ('hic'k.. l)arenL anti teachers should always insist that children who handle these pet,; wa their hands after each contact. Also any persan responsible for the care of the pet should learn how to properly wash and ,,anitize their hands, clean the ix, rs food bowl an(I other equipment, to avoid con. taminating the household environment. There is no easy test for lmonella and pet stores that ll baby Chicks an(I ducklings during the Easter sean are required to guarantee the peL are free from the debase. tlowever, if the baby chick or duckling you have purchased begins to show any of the sign.,; of lmonella, check with your family veterinarian ira, nlediately to guard again.,t the spread of this (IL& in your hou.sehold. New Business Robert A. Wagner, Sidney, is the manager of a new firm called Westerners. The firm is located at 601 Fast Main and sells ne and used mer- chandise. "You name it, we have it or can get it," said Wagner. -- Russ Wells Photo Old Trails A friend showed us some of their travel pictures they had visited a section of our country where'ears ago stagecoaches traveled. Over some rugged hills and plains the trail led, in fact in one point the old trail went right over an area of hard stone. Deep ruts were worn as the traffic must have passed over that trail. Times, of course, have a way of changing things. So the old trail was abandoned as the railroad came into existence. Then, still later, super high- ways with high speed traffic came along. For many years the old trail was unused, in fact it was forgotten* until recently, meone rediscovered it. And even though many years have gone, one can still see the trail and the ruts in the stone. The .stages and the horses are long gone, but their tracks still remain. That is the way habits serve us. The mark of a habit often stays with us all through life. There are of course good habits and bad ones, but whichever, a habit can be either the best of servants or the worst of masters. Any act often enough repeated will soon form a habit, and if allowed, it will steadily gain strength. At first they might seem like a spider's web easily broken, lint if not taken care of, soon those filmy lines of the spider become chains of steel Allow me to suggest some good habits, that might even transform your life as a believer. You will have to check the Scripture and find the good habits. I John 1:9; Hebrews 13:15; Ephesians 2:10; Philippians 3:10 - 14 and Hebrews 13:16. - Roy. Frederick Spreeuwers Rev. Maim To Conduct Meets Rev. Irving Maim The Rev. Irving Maim, Superintendent Rocky Mountain District of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church will be con- ducting meetings here beginning at the 11 a.m. service April 2 and nightly at 7:30 p.m. through April 19. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 11, 1973- 7B Trotters Area News the weekend at Clarence and Debbie were Sunday guests Smiths. at the Arnold Moo home. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Sperry Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rindahl, were Sunday dinner guests at Timmy and Wanda, visited the Chuck Uetz home. Wallace Hails, Friday. Kenny We are sorry to hear Michael helped Wallace haul some feed Schicffer's grandfather, John out of Beach. McDonald, had the misfortune Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tescher of falling and breaking his hip a and family were Sunday dinner week ago. Hope it mends t;uests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted quickly and you are home soon. Tcscher. Mr. and Mrs. Val Tasha Rindahl stayed Obergawitch and family were overnight on Friday with also guests. Dabble Rindahl. The Wallace Halls had a Mr. and Mrs. Kenny RindaM birthday dinnex for Kurt Ekre, and family were Sunday Sun(lay. visitors at Ivan Triggs. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hall and Mr. and Mrs. I,uther Hodgins family were dinner guests on visited on Sunday with Mrs. Sun(lay of Pastor and Mrs. Tasker and Jack. Valles, Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rindahl ToM RindaM and Mr. and and I)ebbie were Saturday Mrs. Kenny Rindahl and imests of Mr. and Mrs. Pat children visited Ieonard Hall, O'Brien, Belfield, N.D. Sunday. Mrs. Chester Gasho, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, Kyle Sperry l{onahl Hollar and Mrs, Andy visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tiber attended the wedding Stevens, Sidney, Monday. shower for LaVonne Vlndquist Mr. and Mrs. Vernon at the Catholic Church (;oldsberry were Tuesday basement, Sunday. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ted RindaM Buddy Sperry. Saturday visitors at Michael Schieffers were Mr. and Mrs. 1)avid Boyce and family, Schoonover mcndive. To Graduate M,. and Mrs. Michael Schicffcr and family enjoyed a Alta Fuhrmann Schoonover, pizza supper in Glendive, 36, I,acrosse, Wash., is Sunday. schcluled to receive her high Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Sperry school dimploma from' and Patti Smith were Sunday lcrosse High School May 28. visitors at Kyle Sperrys. i i i i ,i i i i BI,ANCHE RINDAHL Atx)ut three or four inches of snow fell in the Trotters area over the weekend. It brought with it some colder tem- peratures, some reports are from three to 10 below. Friday, Mrs. Tom Tescher brought ice cream and cake to school. The occasion was her son, Perry's, birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schieffer and family were Monday supper guests at the Ted Rindahls. Mike helped do some work on Ted's car. Mr. and Mrs. Don Metcalf an(l Mr. and Mrs. Roy Snow r:eturned, Tuesday, from Wisconsin. They were Monday overnight guests of the Howard Ridenhowers, Verndale, Minn. Monday, Anita Valach was a supper guest at Wendell Taskers. Vernon Hollar stayed from Thursday through Sunday with his grandmother, Mrs. Rose Hollar, Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hollar and boys were at Ernie Millers, Friday, for Patti Millers bir- thday party. Mrs. Kenny Rindahl ac- companied Mrs. Wallace Hall to (;lendive, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Tiber were in Beach, Wednesday, and Mrs. Tiber visited Mr. and Mrs. I,oyd Metcalf while Andy took care of some business. Ray Tescher is helping Ivan Trigg during calving. Rusty Folkvord, Patti Smith and Sheryl Holtan visited on Saturday at the Chester Gasho home. Margie Gorrell spent the weekend in Dickinson with Michelle Keller. Eugene Smith was a brief caller at Andy Tibors, Friday. Clarence Smith attended funeral .services for Jackie (Goldsmith) Wyness at the Fulkerson Funeral Parlors, Thursday. Mrs. Wendell Tasker and Paula were Wednesday guests of Mrs. Jim Lowrnan. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Jore and Sam More, Warlord City, brought their sister, Mrs. Hazel Gorrell, to Jay Gorrell's, Wednesday. Ted DaM spent the weekend with Jeff Gorrell. Mrs. Jim Uechert and Mrs. I,arry Custer and children brought birthday cake to the Rouald Holler home and helped Mrs. Rondal Holler celebrate her birthday, Wednesday. Mrs Rose Holler was a' Sunday dinner guest at the Ronald Hollar home. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Tiber respited briefly at Sig Skaars, Saturday. Patti Smith and her friend, Sheryl Holtan, Dickinson, spent SCHOOL MENU The Sidney Public Schools lunch menu has been released for the week of April 16 - 19. The menu is subject to change without notioe. Monday, April 16-- Corn beef casserole, lettuce salad, but. tared Imrm, fruit and milk. Tuesday, April 17 -- Rice casserole, cabbage and carrot .salad, buttered buns, cherry cake and milk. WcMnesday, April 18 -- Beans and pork, jello salad, buttered Imrm, crum cake with orange sauce and milk. Thursday, April 19- Fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, buttered peas and carrots, dixie cup, buttered Imrm and milk. Friday, April 20-- No School. She is formerly of Sidney and visited the Herb Fuhrmann residence in Savage over the weekend. She flew back t Spokane, Saturday. II Ill II I Debbie Olson and Shorti Peterson invite all friends and relatives to THEIR WEDDING April 14, 1973 7:00 p.m. at the People's Congregational Church RECEPTION- DANCE AT MOOSE II I H I I Area Church Services .... LONSDALE METHODIST CHURCH 201 Third Avenue SE 9:45  Sunday SchoOl 11:00 a.m.  Worship Service 7:15 p.m. Thursday -- Choir rehearsal Rev. Dwight Harshman, Minister t i ii i i ii i ii1|1 i CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH 9:45 a.m  Sunday SchoOl 11:00 am. -- Worship Service 7:30 p.m. -- Evening Service Thureday 7:30 p.m. -- The Mid-Week Fellowship Hour LUTHERAN BRETHREN CHURCH 203 Second Avenue SW 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Morning Worship Service 7:30 p.m. -- Evening Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m. -- Youth Night Thursday 7:30 p.m. - Mid.Week Service Rev. Roy Erdahl, Pastor ST. MATTHEWS CATHOLIC CHURCH 221 Seventh Street SE 6:30 p.m. -- Saturday Mass 8:00 and 11:30 a.m. -- Sunday Masses Rev. Patrick Sampson ST. CATHERINE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Fairview, Montana 10:00 a.m. -- Sunday Mass Rev.,Patrick Sampson TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) 214 South Lincoln 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service Rev. Aryln A. Russert, Pastor SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Saturday Services at the Latter Day Saints Church $th St. SW 2:00 p.m.  Sabbath SchoOl. Christ and the Sabbath 3:i5 p.m. -- Worship Service PEOPLES' CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 10th Avenueand 4th Street SW 11:00 a.m. -- Riots and Righteousness (Nursery care available) 7:00 I).m. Thursday -- Choir rehearsal, churcn schoOl for 3.year.aids through 8th grade Youth group meeting Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m. Rev. Arnold Brown, minister UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Savage, Montana 9:00 a.m.  Riots and Righteousness 10:00 a.m. -- Church School Rev. Arnold Brown, Minister FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Savage, Montana 8:30  Worship Service 8:30 a.m. -- Second Sunday 10:00 a.m. --Church S:hool Ray. Vernon H. Holmes, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. Main and 4th Ave. 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- The Inspector's Report 7:30 p.m.  Women's Missionary Group in charge 9:45 a.m.  Tuesday -- Ladies Bible Class THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF THE LATTER-DAY SAINTS Fifth Street SW 810 a.m.  Priesthood meeting 10:00 a.m.  Sunday School 6:00 p.m.  Sacrament meeting Monday Night -- Family Home Evening Tuesday --4:30 pm. -- Primary Wednesday 7:30 p.m. -- Relief Society Thursday 7:30 p.m.  MtA and Scout Troop 190 J. Ross Wight, Branch President ZIONLUTHERAN CHURCH (ALC) Fairvtew, Monlinl 9:15 a.m. -- Sunday School 10:30 a.m.  Worship Service Rev. Arthur N. Grorud, Paslor CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH Lambert, t)ntana 10:00 a.m. -- Sundny School 11:00 a.m. -- Morning WOrShlp 7:30 p.m  Evening Service Wednesday 7:30 pm -- Mid.Week Service Interim Pastor, Bob Meehan CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Fifth and Central 9:45 8.m. -- Sunday SchoOl I!:00 a.m. -- Worship Service 7:00 p.m. -- EVening Service 7:30 p.m. Thursday -- Prayer and Bible Study, Youth Groups Meet .Rev. Even Knechele, Pnstor CHURCH OF CHRIST PaStor John Yures GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH Skaar, No/ Dakota 1:00  Worship Service JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 920 south Lincoln 10:00 a.m -- Worship Service Tuelay S:00 a.m.  Bible Study Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Theocratic Minlstl"y School Mr. Philip D. Bradshaw, Presiding Minister ST. MICHAEL'S AND ALL-ANGELS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Cartwright, North Dzkota 7:45 a.m. MST -- Worship ServiCe 6:30 p.m. MST -- Thursday evening Prayer Note--- Every first al third Sunday, Holy Com- munion Rev. Lewis Coffin, Vlcar ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) FIIrview, Montana 9:30 a.m.  Worship Service Roy. Arlyn A. Russart, pastor SPONSoRED BY 7:30 p.m. Thursday -- Prayer and Bible Study, Youth GrOups Meet Rev. Fred Spreeuwers, Pastor PELLA EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH . (ALC) 411 Wlst Miln 8:i5 and 10:1S a.m. -- Missionary Miss Norma Arntson Speaking Rev. Stanley Larsen, Minister CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH Richey, Montana 9:$0 a.m. -- Sunday SchoOl 10:50 -- Worship Service 8:00 p.m. -- Evening Service ThurSdays, 8:00 p.m -- Family night YELLOWSTONE COMMUNITY CHURCH Savage, Montana 10:00 a.m. -- Church Bible School 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service 7:30 p.m. -- Service Of Fellowship and Praise 8:00 p.m. Wednesday -- Prayer and Bible Study Rev. James Lawrence, Pastor Fourlh ind Ninth Avemle SW 10:00 a.m.  Blble Study 11:00 a.m,  Worship Service 7:30 p.m,  Worship sorvlce Thursday 7:30 p.m.  Mid Week Servlce Marl@ H. Hays, Minister ASSEMBLY OF GOD 414 E. Main 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Morning Worship Service 7:30 p.m.  Evnngellstlc Service 7:310 p.m. Tuesday -- yOung PPie's Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m, -- Mid.week Service Rev. Gene Vanle, pastor EBENEZER CONGREGATIONAL CHUI(CH 11Slth Avenue NW 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- ornlng Worlhll Service 2:J0 p.m. -- German Lnnguaga Prayer Meeting First Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. -- Ladles Aid First and Third Tuesday, 4 p.m.  Child Evaqgellsm Second end Fourth l"uesday, "?:30 p.m. -- P F Rev. Albert Wetzel, Mtnister THE SIDNEY LIVESTOCK MARKET CENTER 'iii