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Back By Popular Demand Gary Foster In The Lounge Nightly 12B- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 11, 1973 Dance Performance One of the Norwegian Dancers from Stoughton {Wixconsinp High School, kicks a ('an(' eight feet above the floor during their performance here Friday night. The dancers were sponsored I)y the Sidney Sons of Norway Lodge and performed Norwegian folk dances. They are cmlsidered to bc the finest group in the U. S. -- Mark Gram Photo Cartwright Area News 1 00otes MHS. FIIANK i,EENS Many h'om (:artwritht at- tended the w*'ddim4 of Cynthia Koch and Steve Vitt Saturday at Xion l,utheran Church in IGirview. C)nthia ,is the dau;hter of Mr. anti Mrs. Math Koch. Six ladies from t:art- u rw, ht served the lunch tot the rec,1)tion with about 250 ix:oph: attending.,,. Mrx. I.ucille Eriekson, I,'aiview, visitc(I on Sun(lay at th(, Vorrcst ,Johnson home, 'Fue,day, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I',ulson ,It, and Michcllc, w(,re (iirmer ,,uests at .lohnsons. Mty. Art Vickers had a host.x. lmrt}, Thursday, at her home uith 10 ladies attending. The hash's. . .ct'vcd a lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bergc, I::wson, t,re Monday callers ;t the Art l'aulson Sr. holne. Mr, and Mrs. ltay Oakland  isitc(t on Saturday at the Math go('il home after the we(hlimL ('ynthia Ko('h received best ui:dws b a phone call on her cddim, day h'om Franklin M;rtt'ill's daughter in ('difornia and also a t-',ift from I'ryan lamber in (;ermany. ' Several people from this (.ommunity attended the donkey haskctl)all )tanw, Friday, at the high school gym lit in Fairvicw. Mr. and Mrs. lion Croy, hlxcn, N. I)., spent the weekend h(,rc visitin his parent% Mr. )n(I Mrs. I,awrcncc Croy. Mrs. Esther Knudsen returncd home, Thursday, att('r spendin the winter months with her children at Missoula, Kalisl)cll, Bozcman and Vancouver, B. U. M,'. and Mrs. Arthur Paulson .'-;r,  isitt'(I on l,'ri(tay at the Bert Younl, strom |loln('. Mr.. Allan l,assey, Mrs. William I,assey anti Mrs. John I)unl)ar wt,re amon, those Iol)ias, Mr. and Mrs..h,rry I,asscy, Mr. and Mrs. Frank I,assey and Mr. and Mrs. I"orrest Johnson and ,Janet ,rc among those attending tht' I'i-Statc banquet in Sidney, Saturday, honorin employes, mana)(,rs anti (lirectors of Co- oi). A program of slides, a discussion in the value of cooperatives was hehl and the president of Montana Farmers linion spoke to the 4roup. I,ancim', was enjoyed later in the ,,vcnin. attcndim', funeral services at Lassies Hold l,'ulkerson i,'uneral home in Y;i(lney, Thurs(lay, for .lackie ( ;ohismith ) Wyness. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Skol.cn and Mr. anti Mrs. ,John I)unbar visited Sunday at the St'vert Sl)onhcim home. Mrs. I,awrcncc - Croy rt'turm'd home, Friday, from Tulsa, Okla., where she nmtle the acquaintance of her first ,/.randchihl, (laughter of Mr. ;,n(I Mrs. lohert l,ec. Mr, and Mrs. Richard Croy anti Mr. and Mrs, William I)ohias visitc(I at the Raymond ();klan(I ham(', Sun(lay. Mr. and Mrs. William I,a.sey, Mr, anti Mrs. William April Meeting The meeting was caged to order by the President, lzri (:hapman, and roll call was answered with a riddle. Plans for a summer outing were discussed. lmna Benth and Darla l)schaak gave a demonstration on the advantages and disadvantages of hangers. Clarisa Schielke gave a demonstration on making tissue paper flowers. Refreshments were served by the leader, Betty Benth. l,ana Ben(h, reporter IIII I I II IIII I II III Introducing The... New Kirby Classic I II I I with Shag Rake Attachment -CLOSEOUT SALE- April 12 - 15 20% OFF ON 24 KIRBY CLASSICS (Early 1973 Models) Special Drawing For Set of Early American Style -Kerosene Lamps (Come In and Register -- No Obligation) Kirby Co. i ii IIll 601 East Main Sidy, Mmtt. Ad-Dishons In Viking Room Saturday, April 14 SUNDAY DINNER In The LaChateau 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Plan Now To Attend Our Easter Smorgasbord . New and Used Merchandise Floral Bowls ......................... $'2.98 and Used Zenith B & W Portable TV ............ Reconditioned Kirby ...................... Agate Ash Trays & Decorator Items ............. $1.50 and Electric Guitar with Amp .................. Air Fresheners .......................... Cleaning Applicators ........................ $1. Reconditioned Gem Scrubber - Waxer .............. Compact Vacuum Cleaner .................. Max Cleaner ................ . ........ $3Ji Mare - 95 All-Purpose Desealer ......... . ..... Mare - 52 Bowl Cleaner ................. Hoover Dial - A - Marie ................ Wax and Polish Applicators ................. 75 .Kristee Window Cleaners .................... $1.00 DynaGlaze Auto Polish .. ................... $3.00 "If we don't hve it, we can get it" 601 East Main WESTERNERS 411"J)'10032 Next to K;rby Co. Sidney anti Mrs. Robert Johnson, and member of the Fairview Chapter of Future Farmers of America won first in the Big Muddy FFA district and was named one of the state winners of the Quality Grain Production award. The award, sponsored by Peary Company, provides an all expense paid trip to tour the grain marketing facilities in Minneapolis. He earned the award by submitting records on his FFA grain p(oject for last year. He joins to other state winners along with winners from North Dakota and South Dakota in the tour. The Fairview FFA Chapter won first in the Big Muddy District and second in State competition in the Quality (;rains program and was awarded a laque. The awards were made at the recent State FFA Convention held in Great Falls. " Richey School Levies Pass ii!:iaolDi!:! !ii";i!!i:::ifiy::tiiidiii!!!i!!i!: i!iii!i!mHlttt, :'lani y;i'tli ib?:l!,i.weorgefllee:at@i!iii snii !sii!21ii  ,,i unopposed Former Sidney worthy cause may leave be a faulty furnace while they levels, 7, 8 and 9. rOl In the city election, April 3, clothing at the Church. were both gone. One of their The Richey Iu Ruthvin Eggum, unopposed, ' Resident Dies Blankets, children's clothing, neighbors noticed the fire and dismiss for Easter D was re-elected mayor; the soap anti infant supplies, immediately called the Fire 2:30, April 19. No l ahlermen for ward two, Alton .Ioph I,. Mercier, 52, 1121 sweaters of all kinds and sizes, l)cpartrnent. The trailer home Friday and school will t Olson anti l,eonard Dick, were Sixth Ave. E., (lied Thurstlay at also men's work clothes are was in a sorry mess when they on April 23. 11 also unopposed. In ward one, Kalispell General Hospital. hilled Born in Whitefish Sept. 14, 1 Stanley Waters was elected 1920, the n of Alfred anti FOR SALE with 49 votes and Mrs. Kenneth -# Buechler was re-elected with 36 Margaret Mercier, he moved to J "J i Butte as a chihi. He attended votes, l,:dna Yea received 34 elementary school in Richey, votes. About 30 people from the high .school in Sidney, later ilichey area who have mere- raduating from high school in bership in the community Thoml)nFalls. Heworked for 1 Concert Group, attended "I Do the Forest Service there for a  I i)o" in Glendive recently. It time. He married Wilma Patch was reported a most enjoyable March 21, 1942, in Thompson musical comedy based on 50 l"alls anti entered the U.S. IN years of married-life. Navy the following year. Mr. anti Mrs. Kenneth He was stationed on Okinawa Buechler attended the CanAm before receiving his discharge meeting in Regina, Sask., in 1945. He returned to Sidney March 31. The CanAm and they lived there 20 years. originated two years ago to th' was a mechanic at o promote relations, between Tractor anti Equipment Co. in Canadian and U. S. Jaycees. Sidney before moving to Montana was well represented Kalispell 11 years ago, to work with approximately 66 Jaycees for Westmont Tractor Co. anti Jayceens present. Surviving, besides his widow, M,'. and Mrs. Bill a. Miller are throe .sons, Monty anti Tim, Beautiful 26 ft. Cabin Cruiser ,,, +,. + ,-,,,, " l; Montana Rural ltterCarrlers n Falls; two daughters, Jody  327 Chevrolet Engi e * Burkley Jet Drive . Sleeps Five Alvin Mt,reier, at home, and Mrs. Ii I)] MascheraAS'iatinhomeheld atinthesavage, llarry W. {Maxinel Johnson, 1" Fully Contained * Dinette . Running Lights . Bilge Pump ;,="-- Sunday. Kalispell; hissister, Mrs. Basil "" Electric Refrigerator  Tandem Trailer with Hydraulic Brakes Attending the Dist. 5 VFW (.Julia) Herl)st, Sidney; four i I Convention in Wolf Point, I)rothers, Ben, l,ambert; Bud, t 100 Gal. Fuel Capacity (lone Mickelson, Mr. and Mrs. AI Mercier, Atlanta, Ga., anti .John Carlsen and Mr. and Mrs. nix ran(Ichihlren. [i John Buck from the local VFW a Post and AuxiUary. Mrs. Abe Frisinger was n elected president of the VFW i Auxiliary at the business meeting April 2. Other officers were Mrs. Guido Vaira, first " ! vice president; Mrs. Richard ,] Boese Jr., vice president; Mrs. O | Bill Keysor, treasurer; Mrs, i William Kuester, secretary; WESTERNERS Mrs. Gene Mickeison, chaplain, l anti Mrs. John earlaen, con. I ductress. April 12 14 ' Bridge Club met in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Bueehler on l April 4 with three tables in play. I'izes went to Mrs. Jim Smith, Mrs. Lloyd Eggum, Mrs. Ralph Wienke and Mrs. Robert l,]ggebrecht. NAME YOUR OWN PRICE ON THESE ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Marion Reynolds, Sidney, visited her sister, Vera Boles, April 5. * Hanging Agate Lamp Mr. an(! Mrs. Clifford Sampson left Sunday for their home in Helenajohnsonafter a few * Complete, ,-.q KirbYl.904Cla?siCvtctrola --  V" (las visit with her mother, Mrs. Radie Sahls, and other An.:_ue aUono_ra_,- relatives in Richey. En route home the Sampsons ran into snow at Jordan and decided to (Sealed Bids - Items go to H ighest Bidders) turn and come imek and went .... via(;lentlive. ' Dr'awi'ngs For -- Dec'orato'r I:;oral Bowls Terry o Purchase Necessary Come In and Register N First At State Terry Johnson, son of Mr.