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Yellowstone Area News MRS. PETER HEINLE A few farmers were able to vt0rk in the fields the first of the but most fields are not enough at this time. ks. Dennis Dahl began work st week at Marie's Beauty 0p. Arvid Johnston and Martin visited here the home of and Mrs. Marion Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Don Noteboom ve returned from Ther- }Polis where they spent eral days vacationing. The Faith Circle will meet on Y 3 at the home of Mrs. ce Burgess. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Knels at a house war- party at their home on when 10 couples for an evening of -trds and lunch. They were esented with a gift from their i [cls for their new home. ,Toni Heinle was guest of Dawn Taylor over the weekend. . and Mrs. Ed Muhlbier two daughters, Hardin, vIted at the Herb Reidle and Heinle homes on Sunday. were weekend guests at e home of her brother, Mr. Mrs. Andy Pitch, Sidney. e is a cousin of Peter Heinle. daughter of Mrs. Swenson, was recently e president of the North Student Nurses Laurie is a junior , Jamestown College, Jamestown, N. D. She will be Ittending the National Student Nurses Association in Detroit. Mrs. Marie Swenson spent the weekend in Sidney at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Al Ahlquist. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Berry had as their dinner guests on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Berry and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lassey, Cartwright; Mr. and Mrs. Mantle Berry and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Seader. Bill Golphene is a patient at the Memorial Hospital in Sidney. Mrs. Jess Johnson and daughters, Bev and Shirley, Helena, spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Cayko, Nicki and Butch. Brenda Frison was honored with a bridal shower on Sunday given by friends at the Zion Lutheran Church parlors. Nick Cayko and Nicki went to Glendive, Sunday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cayko and boys and attend the motorcycle races there. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Finsans, Great Falls, visited relatives here over the weekend. Elmer Herdt was honored on Sunday for his birthday when relatives gathered at the Herdt home to help him celebrate. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. Herdt, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Cayko, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Herdt and Jeri Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hunter and Michelle and Mr. and Mrs. George Hunter. The evening was spent visiting and a lunch was ser- ved. Mrs. Viola Tassavegin was among the guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anaus Usselman on Sunday who gathered to help him celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Crusch, Bainville, visited Mrs. Viola Tassavegin one day this week. The North Mondak 4-H Club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lester, Wednesday, for the regular meeting. Several of the parents were present. Arlene Finsaas gave a report on the White Cane Drive and passed out checks from the Fair last fall. Mrs. Osterman helped members with their Record Books. Patti Martin gave a demonstration on an oatmeal facial and Arlene Finsaas demonstrated the proper way to write a check. Shane Lester served lunch. Mrs. Lloyd Lester's 4-H cooking class met at the home of Mrs. Arvin Heinle for the regular lesson. The girls each prepared a food which was served and eaten at the meeting. Each girl present gave a demonstration. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green named their new son, Robert Lee. He was born on April 17 at the Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green purchased the trailer home of Terry Millers and moved it to Sidney this week where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lester entertained Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Sherri's Parlor of Beauty Announce Their Pre'Mth:ri: D:Yh Sale b All Wigs IbO/_ O, Reg.  Throughout Entire Shop il 'O Price jy Wig Spray . ,j r. During Sale Only a' q .,f Cardboard  Wig B.oxes, 'I" , 5HERRI S PARLOR OF BEAUTY Stryo Heads 7 +,-Our,n,,.On,, 5C "" N:,=ect::W:g;:: (l and Colors to choose form One Group of Kimberly's K Reg?:13d:.e95a:dsalM:Cpr ,heeonly $1 O 88 SHERRI'S Parlor of Beauty 601 E. Main Phone: 482.1908 Hurley and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Filler at the LaChateau on Friday evening. Mrs. Harold Schlothauer is teaching at the Fairview School in Eddie Agre's classes. Agre recently had major surgery at Bismarck. Dirk is staying with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Schlothauer, while his mother teaches. Mr. and Mrs. Robert John- son, Sidney, visited Mrs. Candace Huff, at the Ed Ochs home, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin went to Fedora, S. D., to attend the funeral for his cousin, Ed Banks. Mr. Banks had visited here several times. Mrs. Bill Moore and Mrs. Dickey Moore went to Glen- dive, Sunday, to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Art Jungllng, Max, N. D., visited on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Herdt. They came in time to attend church at the Zion Lutheran Church with Mr. and Mrs. Herdt. The Wildlife Club held a clean-up day on Sunday at the Sundheim Park. They cleaned up debris after the flood and repaired some of the tables and benches. Vacation Bible School began on Monday for the Pre- Schoolers at the Zion Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hahn are working at the Vernon Klose farm. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reidel and Janice went to Harvey, N. D., over the weekend to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reidel and children moved this week to the Peterson farm near Sidney 'where he will be far- ruing. Joe Mock spent several days this week in the Memorial Hospital in Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Martin went to Bismarck, Tuesday, where he had an appoinUnent at the clinic. Marion is recovering from hack surgery. Mrs. Arvin Heinle and Beth Ellen visited Mrs. Viola Taasavegin on Monday. Mrs. John Hardy was hostess to the members of the Af- ternoon Circle of the Presbyterian Church on Thursday. Mrs. Flynn assisted with the entertaining. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hardy, Jim and Leah, returned, Tuesday, from a three-month vacation to California and other places. The annual Luther League banquet will be held on Thursday in the church parlors. This years confirmation class will be guests. I I I you ve. I I .thgt I i t'm00, I [ g00)l00e we:ve '1 '  J ' .E.' Miller Distributed by your Locally owned l]l+tJl, ROCK PRODUCTS CO. Sidney, Montan. 59270 I I II IIIII I \\; The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 26, 1972 - 5B JAYCEEN OFFICERS -- The 17th an- nual Installation and Awards Banquet of the Sidney Jaycees and Jayceens was II / held April 21 at the Elks Lodge, with the following installed for the year: (l-r) Marlene Lawman, secretary; Kathy Crowell, president; Maxlne Stoner, vice president; and IAnda Solseth, treasurer. Russ Wells Photo I I I III I -- BIG SAVINGS AT SOBOLIKS -- I Ladies' Short Sleeve Cotton LADIES' WEAR % IIIIII I II IIII Knit Crew Tops AmortedCoiors, Siz.Smeil, Medium and Large $ I 49 ..,.. , @@ NoY[n? I1 Slips............-T- -,,, ,., , ., ' $ 99 leeYele$$ ilouse$ . . . . . . . . Nylon Knit   1 dl Short Sleeve Blouses . . . . . . . j7 7 Nylon Knit Pant Suits.............. $599 .... I I I Wrangler ( p QQ Boot Cut Jeans...........''" Short Sl:ve $.. 98 Kn,t.Shtrts....*.......... "IF 299S.or.S,.v -- Crew Neck SKirls ......... $ 1 BOY'S WEA R I+ Sleeveless  j  Tank To s....  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