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r  t t# W Q m I W V I; # ? h s* s e st W it i t e t t s# w w 10 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed,, April 26, 1972 Alexander News MRS. GLENN HELLG Alxander sixth and seventh grnders "-attended tile County YCL ConvenUon at Grassy Butte, Friday. Their project, "North Dota," won first pr and will go to the state. During election Barbara Dwyer was elected secretary. 1tty Dwyer, National Hard Wlmt queen, took part tn me Wi.Uhln Country Club Style =nd Luncheon, Saturday. AI Chisholm was honored on his bi at his purents home. Potluck supper was served to a group of relatives. Lowell Bolken was honored on his ninth birthday, Monday, at his parents home. Present were Todd Pesek, Randy Hienz, Andy Heggln, Jeff Ilernesa and his sister, Mrs. Linda Wells and daughters of Sidney. Overnight guests were Sab, mere, Andy Heggin and Jeff Herness. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Salem and children left Tuesday for Minot and were overnight guests at the Edwin Loe home. On Wednesday they had an appointment with a doctor for their son. Mrs. Sims, Mrs. Stover and Mrs. Jerry Bratsherg. A family gathering was held at the Hermen Johnson home in honor of Mrs. Johnson's bit. day on Thursday. Potluck SUlr was served. Mrs. David Anderson and girls of Williston and daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gone Wegeley and son of Minnesota, were visitors at the Bill Balkan home recently. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Glasoe, Minot, spent the weekend with her parents, the Glenn Hellings. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Klostierch and Kelly, West Yellowstone, were Sunday visitors at the Carl Hermenson home. Mines. Ben Oakland,  Lay, Howard Heggin, Jerome Heggin, Robert Salem, Joel Herness, Pete Eikren and Mrs. Charles Aasen helped Mrs. Eunice Clause celebrate her birthday last week. The Alexander Senior and Junior banquet was held Thursday. The prom was held on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baronko, Gdtom, N. D., were Sunday visitors at' the William Klym Imam. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rud, Wl'dte Shield, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rud and daughter, Drams, and two glrl friends of lvib Lake, spent the past weekend with the Larry Rud ily. Others Joining them for turkey dinner were Mr. and Mrs. James Neer and family. A bridal shower honoring Mary Hermenson was held at the Community Housing Hall in WiUtston on Saturday. At. tending from here were Mms. Ford Sims, Carl Hermenson, Clarence Sorenson and girls, Bill Bottke, Arnie Moe and Mrs. Fred James. Hostesses were P. O. Box 432 Getting a Farm or Home Loan? For your Title Work Ask For Phone: SIDNEY ABSTRACT 118 South Central Ave. Sidney, tana Dennis V. Sundheim :. :' .:;, President FOR SALE Sidney Bowling Center Building - Fixtures -Im A once in a lifeti business o Set Show, Tell  Low Down Payment With Instruction The Richland County Ex- tension Homemakers are sponsoring a show, tell craR day, May 9, from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Moose Lodge in Sidney. Instruction on how to make the several types of crafts wig be available. These crafts include macrame, hardanger, rose mol, decoupage, hair pin lace and ideas for Christmas decorations, to mention only a few. The public is encouraged to attend to view and make the crafts on display. Refresh- ments will he on hand. JUST HOitSlN' AROUND -- Sidney Senior Hlgb School teachers, Chuck Lowmun, left, and Don Gratz par- ticipated in Earth Day, last Thursday, by riding horses to school -- instead of "polluting by driving." Two students also rode horses with several riding bikes to promote the "pollution and litter free" a - Charley Creek lWl I FRANCES STEPPLER Mr. and Mrs. Mel Rauschendorer were honored on their 25th wedding an- niversary at an open house at their home in Charley Creek April 16. Sister Mary Elise, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Martin visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Goldsmith, Sidney, Wednesday. They returned to Great Falls, Wednesday. The Women Service Club met at the Harold Martin home, THE ALL NEW oer $2 0-o Wednesday, to make items to be donated to the Weyburn Christian College, Weyburn, Sask., Canada. Several ladies from Fairview, Sidney and Mona were present. Slim Johnson, Williston, was a caller in the Mona Corn- Steve Dutton and Gregg Rauschendorfer, Bozeman; Plan all your painting now and and Bob, Gary, Grace and Renee, their children, were all present. Weekend guests at the Rauschendorfer's were Sister day. Other schools in the county joined in promoting the day by cleaning up towns and school areas. -- Bomde Roberts Photo Call 482-1851 DEPARTMENT Joan Tetsault, Dabble Van- munity, Thursday. He was a er" gallon ! Sister Jeane Marie, Sister Miller home that evening. STOR OF PAINT Mxry Eli" Mint'lq D" ami '  Mona Hmemakers Club Wl N Mrs. Art Jaeger, Sidney. held their meeting at the Mona Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Hall, Thursday, with Malea . Edeburn and family, Miller as hostess. Cheyenne, Wyo., spent a few Ladies housecleaning at days at his mother's, Mr. and Florence Spencer's, Thursday, E! Mrs. Clyde Garten. were Edith Martin, Gladys Charley Creek 4-H Snappers Helland, Jane Steppler and met at the home of Johnny Blance Keller. Ruffatto's, Friday. Wednesday callers at the Overnight guest of Debbie Henry Miller's were Mr. and Candee was Jerry Gandrud, Mrs. Lyle Serby, Culbertson. Poplar. Lenora Edeburn and Candy Doris Candee and Barbara Edeburn, Sidney, were and Mary Ruffatto attended the weekend visitors at the Clyde music festival in Malta, Garten's. Saturday. . . The Pete Raffatto's visited Linda Calvin was honoreo a Adolph Strand in Sidney on a bridal shower at the Mona Sunday. ;lI RNI Ll|g Supper guests at the Los visited her parents, Mr. and Candee's to help Debbie Mrs. George Milne, Grand- celebrate her birthday were view, Thursday. 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