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. and Mrs. Kent Anderson 136th Avenue S. E., Sidney, the engagement of daughter, Karen Gay to William Boyd son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Collins of 246 Alta Avenue, Billings. attended Eastern College and the of Montana and with a degree in She is affiliated with Alpha Theta sorority. a senior at the Oup/e Plans&apos;Fall Wedding University of Montana, is majoring in recreation. He is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. A September wedding is planned. Karen Gay Anderson Heart Memorials Listed For County A memorial gift to the Heart Association on behalf of a friend or relative who has died of heart disease expresses your concern in a way which will help others. All such memorials are .directed to cardED - vascular research. Memorials may be sent directly to the Montana Heart Association, Great Falls, Mont., to Mrs. Harold Webber, Box 924, Sidney, Richland County Memorials Chairman. Memorials received recently include a memorial in the name of Alfred Gierke St., from Mr. and Mrs. Henry Levno, and from the workers in the Richland County Health Department office. Other memorials received are a memorial in the name of Berglith DeLarm from Mrs. Martha Dardis. Easter Egg Hunt Sponsor: Kiwanis Club Boys and Girls Committees Sat., April 21, 1973 Time: 10 a.m. THERE'S A NEW Y0U Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. ...... Thogersen Coup/e Says Vows Apri/ 1 In He/ena Nora E. Woomer, Conrad, and Gary J. Thogersen, Helena, were married April 1 in a double - ring ceremony at the l.ewis and Clark County Courthouse in Helena. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Woomer of Missoula and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thogersen, Sidney. Maid of honor was Diane Boggs and best man was Bruce Sunwall. The bride is a University of Montana graduate and teaches elementary school in Conrad. Thogersen is also a graduate of the University of Montana and is presently assistant manager at Gamer Shoes in Helena. He is a former U. S. Navy In- telligence officer. After a summer trip to Europ,'the couple will make their home in Missoula. John Levno, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Levno, is at- tending a three-day band clinic and concert at Cosmos, Minn. John will spend Easter weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Levno at Clarkfield, Minn. Mrs. Julia Niehenke and Mrs. Grace.Wilkinson have returned from Billings. They, together with Mr. and Mrs.:JqlthHar- iish and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hicky, vacationed in Las Vegas. Mrs. Guy Severson Sr. en- tertained at bridge last Friday. High sco=es went to Mrs. Phyllis Edington and Mrs. Chris Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Levno have returned from vacationing in Phoenix. En route they visited Mrs. Levno's brother, Dr. and Mrs. Dean Wenstrom, Denver, and their grandson, Grog Twombley, a student at Colorado College, Colorado Springs. Mrs. Fay Corkran en- tertained members of her bridge club, Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jones returned Monday from Bozeman. Returning with them for a visit here was Mrs. John Gilbert. Here to attend the 25th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kroemer were their children, FT-2 Gordon, USCG, Hawaii; Walter, University of Chicago; Alan, New York City, and Gloria, Montana State University, Bozeman. Mrs. Jerry Volbrecht was honored at a luncheon and pink and blue shower given today by her co-workers at the Richland County Welfare Dept. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Peterson and family, Culbertson, visited Mrs. Peterson's mother, Mrs. I,eonard Frank, over the weekend. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sofus Petersen were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dodds, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Mr. an(I Mrs. George (;oldsmith took their daughter, Shirley Martin to Jordon, Sunday to meet her husband, 1)onahl who met them there h'om (;real Falls. (;eorgetta Hurst and l)arcy left for her home in Stockton, California after being home with her parents to attend her sister's funeral, and also The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 18, 1973 - 5 Hospital Auxiliary To Observe Week The Community Memorial Hospital Auxiliary met April 13 in the hospital conference room. Members answered roll call ....... by modeling the Easter hats ,, they had made. There were many beautiful and humorous hats displayed. Minutes of the March meeting were read and ap- proved. The treasurers report was given and accepted. Clara Thompson reported on the service basket. Present balance is $44.92. Ruth Neff reported that she would be in charge of the basket now, and she stated that the auxiliary could take the basket around on anti coffee sale, or maybe sell greeting cards. It was decided that the members would ask their organizations if they would agree to take 10 or mo-e boxes of greeting cards and sell. Ruth Neff displayed samples of the greeting cards. Mollie Linker stated that sometime after Easter, a committee would get together to go over the by-laws of the auxiliary. Ralph Johnson, hospital administrator, reported that Dr. Smith would probably be coming about the middle of August to work with Dr. O'Sullivan. He also stated that one of the first three days of the another was <'oming to look week, and the Beta Sorority over the hospital. Johnson would take it around on one of discussed the new medicare the last three days of the week. bill. He reminded the members A discussion was held on that hospital week was May 6 to whether to hold a food sate. pie 12, so they could plan ac- Foreign Study Leader Picked Mrs. Mary Ann Liles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'John Stockhill of Miles City, has been appointed counselor to the Foreign Study League's 1973 summer study program abroad for high school students in this area. Mrs. I.iles will direct the enrollment of any students from Sidney and the surrounding area who wish to accompany her during a six - week study - tour to Spain, France, Italy, Switzerland and England this summer. The Foreign Study League is the oldest and largest educational establishment of its kind in the world. Specializing in foreign study - travel prSgrams, the League offers a wide variety of programs in almost every part of the globe, including Europe, Africa, Japan and the Middle East. Mrs. I.iles also stated that students are fully protected as to completion of courses and round-trip transportation. She asserted that a foreign study program "would give students in our area an opportunity to experience first hand the sights, sounds of other nations, and the ideas and thoughts of other peoples." " Students from the area will be personally accompanied by Mrs. I,iles in the study program abroad. Further information may be obtained by contacting Mrs. Mary Ann I,iles, Rural Route No. 6, Glendive, Mont. 59330. Cornelia Ges Merit Award Jerry Cornelia, Sidney, " recently won the first merit award in a Fashion Institute of America contest in Atlanta. Cornelia was one of three winners. He designed new work wear coordinates for the health care industry. cordingly. Mrs. Olsen, di, ector of nurses, stated her appreciation for all the sewing that had been done for the hospil. She also expressed her thanks for all the burpers that bad been turned in for the new babies. Hospital week was discussed and it was decided to hold a silver tea again, in the hospital dining room. The tea will be May 6 from 2 to 4 p.m. Each organization should furnish two dozen cookies and have them at I ,4/ DON'T PANIC! YOU cAN J01N the hospital by I p.m,jon May 6. Mrs. Olsen stated he would have aides to guide the people around the hospital and assist in any way she could. Harriette Henderson, Marie Hamburg, Mable Ernester, Esther Hundtofte, Royle Koch and Millie Linker volunteered to work on the committee for serving the silver tea and Helen : Weismandel, Ruth Neff and Clara Thompson volunteered to, serve on the publicity com- mittee. ACTION AUTO "WOMEN ON WHEELS" PROGRAM LEARN WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR CAR STALLS, YOUR ENGINE FLOODS, YOUR BATTERY GOES DEAD--AND LOTS MORE! For information on registration, call- Phone 482-2312 "Women On Wheels" is*a program developed es- pecially for women who drive. We won't make a mechanic out of you--but you'll learn what to do in emergency situations! Good Deal! 2.00! W.O.W.[ Begins May 8th I I wide selection now[ This person must also have the ability to use the telephone and make some personal contacts. If you are such a person and would be interested in helping your CHARGE IT[ local hospital control its accounts receivable, please contact Ralph Johnson, Administrator at the Com- munity Memorial Hospital in Sidney, Montana. National Sale Days... Another Reason Why GE is America's #I Major Appliance Value/ @ $1DN Y L CTRIC Dr. and Mrs. I. J. Peterson visited her husband's folks, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Petrik .... and Mrs. Willard Hurst. had dinner a me Kyview .OOR, SC. Terrace, Billings, Friday. Convertible" Potscrubber Here for the Easter weekend I with Handsome Maple at the Friday Pedersons will be [ Wood Top Mr. and Mrs'. Ran Walker and I . Four Pushbutton Wash Cycles Three Levee Washing Action family, Rochester, Minn.; I II i B Automatic Rinse-Go Dispenser Dolores PederSon and Virginia l B L=O1flf . s " o,-outa"t4" SotacsF o Fink, Wolf Point. and Barbara I lJl'l I .emoa,. s,., Sas.et Hose Connections Rothenberger, Glendive. 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