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10- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 18, 1973 Monn-Chnrley Creek News FRANCES STEPPLER J. C. Bailey, Wgyhurn, Sask., Canada, eondu6ted revival meetings at the Mona Church of Christ last week. It was 50 years ago last week that he had his first gospel meeting at the Mona Hall. He is here ac- companied by his wife, Myrtle, and Mrs. Ennid Foulks, also of Weyburn. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey have spent quite sometime as missionaries in India. Mrs. Eathel Davis returned home from the Culbertson hospital where she was a medical patient. Bert and Dean Steppler at- tended the horse sale in Williston, Monday. Saturday supper guests a t the Harold Martin's were their daughter - in - law, Mrs. Donald Martin, Great Falls; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bailey and Mrs. Ennid Foulks, Weyburn, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Martin and boys, Fairview. Mrs. Donald Martin came to attend funeral services for her sister, Mrs. Jackie Wyness. The Charlie Creek Altar Society held their meeting at the home of Mrs. Pete Ruffatto, Tuesday: Mr. and Mrs. Cal Steppler and Dean attended the FFA Banquet in Culbertson, Wed- nesday. The Mona Homemakers Club held their meeting at the home of Mrs. Gladys Helland, Thursday. Sunday visitors at the Clyde Garten's were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haase and John, Glen- (live. l,enora Edeburn, Sidney, spent the weekend with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Garten. Dinner guests last Sunday at the Harold Tolksdorf's were Father McFarland, Culhert- son; Mrs. Anna Schmitz and Stephen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schmitz, Mr. and Mrs. [)on Zoanni, Sioux Pass, and Carl I,empke, Bainville. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bevins and grandchildren, Grandview, were Saturday callers at the Clyde Garten home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tolksdorf were Tuesday callers at the Bill Fisher home, south Brockton. Mrs.  Jeanette Deidriek, Vida, visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Garten, Thursday. Friday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Bailey, Weyhurn, Sask. Mrs. Rohert Schznitz and Mrs. Harold Tolksdorf drove to Culhertson on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Schmitz visited her father who just returned from a trip to Hawaii and Mrs. Tolksdorf visited Mrs. Nickoloff. Mr. and Mrs. Mel 111 11,1,11 w i ii PF.AVEY CATTLE WORMER with TBU ...y.u o=.._, get it ream IIj Peavey If/ ---- Sidney - 482.1304 Rauschendorf drove to Minot, N. D., to visit their daughter, Sister Mary Elise, Monday. Those attending the Tom T. Hall show in Williston, Tuesday, were Mr. and Mrs. Cal Steppler, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin, Mr. and Mrs. I,aVon Sehlenz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hagen and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fisher. l,ast Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Harold Toiksdorf attended the Co-op dinner at the Moose Hall. Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. John Ruffatto, Mr. and Mrs. I,aVon Sehlenz and Mr. and Mrs. Butch Candee attended the bowling banquet in Poplar. Several of the neighbors in the community honored LaVon Schlenz on his birthday, Thursday. Mrs. Mike Fisher and girds were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith, Sidney. Mrs. Dolly Schlenz and Sherri visited her sisters, Mrs. Alfred Vaira and Mrs. Marie Childers, Fairview, Saturday. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fisher were Mr. and Mrs. l,aVon Schlenz, Priny Sehlenz and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tolksdorf. Saturday callers at the l,es Candee's were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klasna, north Enid. Debbie Candee went to Billings for an appointment in regard to nurses training. Mr: and Mrs. Ires Candee helped Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fisher pack for their move to Missoula. Tuesday visitors at the l,es Candee's were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hagen, south Poplar. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Rauschendorfer and family had supper at the I,aChateau, Saturday, in observance of Mel antl Betty's wedding an- niversary. Tammie Williams, I.ambert, was a weekend guest of Grace Rauschendorfer. Dennis DeVries and Gene Hueth, Sidney, were Wed- nesday callers at the Mel l{auschendorfer home. Mary Ruffatto worked at the Tastee Freeze in Poplar last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ruf- ratio attended the silver tea in Poplar, Tuesday. Barb sang for the entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Ricky llland and girls, Skaar Route, and Mr. aral Mrs. Gene Fisher, Sidney, were Sunday visitors at the I,es Camlee home. Sunday dinner guests at the Cal Steppler home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim l,awson and family, south Culbertson. Lundby Elected Assistant Head Mailynn l,undby was elected president of the Optometric Assistants of Montana at their spring convention in I ewistown April 7. F, iected second vice president of the group was Elsie Cook. Both of the officers are from Sidney and are employed by Dr. E. I,. Nelson of Sidney. Over 35 assistants from throughout Montana took part in the convention. It is the only organization in the mid- western U. S. Tuesday, May 1 SALE TIME: Free Coffee 1:00 p.m. and Doughnuts -- -- i iiiiii ii iiii i iii i i  I iiii Location: North East of Sidney across the river 13 miles or 14 miles South East of Cartwrigh, t. Watch for signs. I H n j A. D. (DUFF) BELL (Ow er) TERMS: CASH Not Responsible For Accidents AUCTIONEERS: I Komld Toflpm?otm - Lie. ! 25 Bonded CLERK ]I Ile - Li. 67 t Torgerson Brotirs  i111111 J[[lll IIIII I IIII TII II Mr. and Mrs. Mel Rauschendorfer visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fatzinger, Grandview, Sunday. Wednesday, Tom Miller helped Gene Foss haul cattle to Sidney. Gregg Rauschendorfer, Bert Bidegaray and Males Miller attended the Parish Council meeting at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Culbertson, Wednesday. Father McFarland was a supper guest at the Henry Miller's, Thursday. Sunday afternoon and evening visitors at the Henry Miller home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood, Mr. and Mrs. l,aVern Schledewitz, Culbert- son; Mrs. Gloria Elderman and girls, Sidney, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ruffatto and Lee McCollom. Cal Steppler received word of the sudden death of his cousin, Claire Janvrin, I,udlow, S. D., Monday. Highest Award Trier's Studio of Sidney and Glendive received word this week from the Alberta Professional Photographers Association Convention, in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, that they have again won high honors in the portrait division. The portrait titled, "Nancy", won the third highest points from exhibits en- tered by a wide field of photographers. Three out of four of Gerald Trier's portraits were selected print must score at least exhibited. The other two and Maria. SIDNEY LIONS CLU*B i V turday, pri00l 28 f-S i--d; ey--Me rc h--an ts w il--l'a Is o be "( SALE STARTS' ! offering great bargains during l Corner of Mai v I ] 0:00 a m. I their Dollar Days Promotion, April 27 and 28 I and Central ITEMS CONSIGNED FOR AUCTION YELLOWSTONE MERCANTILE Super Jet Fire Extlllgulsher Piecadoo Thing Maker Toy Iron - All Butler J. C. PENNEY CO. Electric fry pan - high dome - teflon coated Baby Carrier Twin bedspread - blue - quilted MODERN LADY SHOP Phyllis Pant Suit - Size 9 - 10 - $75 genuine suede jacket+ Pant .Suit - Size 10, $50.00, machine washable+ Play suit -Size 6, $19.00, Polyester and cotton+ COAST TO COAST Electric Upholstery 2 Transistor Radios 2 Reverberators Temperature Gauge Tachometer Shampooer COLLINS MERCANTILE Push Lavmmower JOHN STOCKHILL JEWELERS 48 piece service for 8 of silver plated - Community Flat- ware $155.00 - includes chest+ SIDNEY ELECTRIC 2 G. E. Irons G. E. Halrsetter G. E. Electric Toothbrush SIDNEY PAINT AND GLASS Assortment of framed pictures BI-STATE COOP Miscellaneous items JUNSO'S GAMBLES 2 600x16 tires - new Used air compressor - portable Used Motorola Color TV VALLEY HARDWARE Panasonic radio and phon - portable - $39.95+ Chafing dish - copper with enamel Insert $21.95+ 2 large planters FRANDSEN'S AGATE AND GIFT SHOP Swag Lamp STAI IMPLEMENT Stallion 4 wheel Garden Tractor PEAVEY CO. Assorted items KIRBY 2 upright Kirby's - Dual Sanitronic 50 JOHNSON HARDWARE Recliner - $100.00+ Swivel rocker - $120.00 + Bicycle McDONALD'S Samsonite luggage - 1 piece ACTION AUTO 1965 Plymouth 4 dr. Sedan John Deere Forage Harvester (+ Suggested Retail Prices) Many, many other items FOR PICKUP OF YOUR ITEMS D & E CYCLE SHOP 1967 Yamaha 100 electric start motorcycle FISCHER'S SPORTS MARINA 36" Winnebago pickup topper $349+ Outboard Power Skis $415+ MYERS RANCH SUPPLY Child's beginner Saddle, complete with blanket, halter and lead HAUGEN AUTO SERVICE 1965 Mercury Station Wagon FARM & HOME WHOLESALE Indestro Socket Set SIDNEY NATIONAL BANK Great Grandfathers Clock PHELPS' MOBILE HOMES SALES Deep Freeze Refrigerator Two New Beds LARSON MOTOR CO. 2 Flashing Lights I0 x 14 Folding Door Other Items: 1971 34 Sprint Rupp Snowmobile (Used Very Httle) Baby Crib Radio - Phonograph Cabinet Console with 17" auto changer Antique table model battery radio with separate Sale Items On Dismay In Sidney Businesses will be sold. Consignments will be taken right up to sole time Call 482-1085 or 482-1490 00O000,O,E00R00 ' Ronald Torgermn ) Not Responsible James Bieber Banded F..,. ,--.. - t For Accidents CLEFtKSt Sidney Nltionel and RidMancl National