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Richland Homes Auxiliary Report By RUTH GOI,qMTTH The Richland Homes Auxiliary meeting was held April 24, with the president, Mrs. Glenn Hendrickson, Presiding. The 22 present held the first meeting in the new day room. Guests present were Vera Brenner, Zita Braida from Lambert and Shane Fedora. Committees giving reports Were the beauty parlor, sewing, visitation and auxiliary basket and monthly birthday party. Chairman reporting were Ado Johnson, Vera Henderson, Heather Jaeger, Ruth Gold- smith and Isbell Stanton. Two donations had been received for the beauty parlor; Alma Krause and Dorothy Candee in memory of Jennie Candee. The April 28 birthday party was held with Lonsdale Methodist Church entertaining. Mrs. Royale Person played and sang. Those honored were Anna Christman, Ethel Gurney and Philip Alego. The next party is May 24 with the Sidney Womens' Club. Three Buttes News Mrs. Harold Franz left The Brorson school took then" Wednesday for Billings to annual field day, Thursday, spend a week visiting her and visited points of interest in daughter and family, Mr. and Glendive. Mrs. Harold Frank. Harold Bentaon and Phil John Sawyer and Bert spent Peterson made a business trip Sunday at Glendive visiting the to Beach, N. D., on Sunday. Lyle Smith family. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cundiff and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mc- family, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Millen entertained at dinner on Coon of Spokane and Mr. and Friday for their grandson, Mrs. Keith Bostrom spent Kyle's birthday. Present were Friday and Saturday at Rock Mr. and Mrs. David McMillen Creek. and family, Mrs. Ado McMillen Mr. and Mrs. Lester Putnam and Mrs. Marguerite Sawyer. left Monday for Billings to visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coon of relatives and friends. Spokane, Wash., left Sunday to continue their trip to South bakota and Michigan after ending 10 days visiting at the Annual Banquet Jim Coon and Lester Putnam For Homemakers homes. A number of ladies in the Community helped serve the The Future Homemakers of dinner at the Gartner - Denowh America held the annual sale Saturday. banquet for parents and guests ---- on April 18. Donna Dige, Chole Croshy Christina Young and Sherrie Ruggles reported on their recent trip to the State Lectures Students FHA convention in MissouRi. Miss Christina Young, Jo Ellen Goldsmith, Penny daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Conroy, Scherri Ruggles, Young of Fairview, was among G'Nell Sohmitt, Pare Junso, a group of college students Cathy Sohoeasler, Donna Dige from the math department of and Roberta McGrady Southwestern State College at presented the Emblem Service. Weatherford, Okla., who Dennis Fischer, the FFA participated in "Math Day" president, was a guest speaker held on the campus on April 19. for the banquet. His topic was On that day, 100 - 150 high "Accent on Action." School students were present to hear talks presented by math- Jo Ellen Goldsmith. was students. Some topics chosen "Rose Girl" for this included puzzles and year and was presented a Rose games, computer demon- Bowl. Stration, fourth dimension, Rick Umbach, Joe Car- continued fractions and billiard penter, Kevin Rassmusen, computer. Jeff Bouchard, DOn Denowh, Christina gave a two - hour John Obergfell and Bill Trotter 100 students on the were the FFA boys serving the game of NIM. banquet. STATE DELEGATES -- Four students at Sidney Senior High School were recently chosen as delegates to Montana Boys' State, to be held at Dillon, May 4 - 10. They are (1- r) Mark Gram, son o! Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Gram, who will be sponsored by the Sidney Elks Lodge 1782; Tim Pfau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pfau, sponsored by the Sidney Kiwanis Club; David Deonier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Deonler, sponsored by the Sidney Moose Lodge 856; and Steve Merrill, son of Mr. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., May 3, 1972 - 7 and Mrs. Frank Merrill, sponsered by Richland Pest 12 of the American Legion, sponsoring organization of the pregram. Alternates are Michael Melntesh, Kenny Anderson, Bruce Buehler and Steve Baisch. OUR TOP GRADES / Z O/'. , Exterior house paint Z_G., /',[/ *Interior flat wall paint - dcy- v Hundreds of colors. Custom-mixed shades. UNITED BUILDING CENTEBS P hon_e 48__2:2912 Sidneyf Montana The Grasshopper attacl00ment. It keeps fall in Schools Slate Exhibin!S-o Shows theair.Andofftheground. The Industrial Arts, Fine again be opened for public Classesand the Art o projects completed during the We call it the - Arts, Vocational Agriculture viewing, classes of Sidney Senior High, school year. Due to the size of and Home Economics The Industrial Arts Depart- under the direction of David most projects built and worked C-l"asshopper.  Departments of Sidney Junior ment, under the direction of Torrence, are presenting a on by the Vo-Ag boys, a limit But it takes '\\;  i' and Senior High Schools will Howard Eicholtz and Jerome variety of work in the annual was put on the nambor of care of a lot more I hold the annual exhibit and Thilmony, will have on display spring exhibit. Each student is projects that can be displayed. style show on May 11 and 12. projects of wide variety; in displaying two pieces. Each Also on display will be one of than just grass lh On Thursday evening, in the wood, leather, plastics, metal, student has also matted or the garbage can racks built by clippings. And it's .')Lf'iPIFi. Junior High School Gym, from jewelry, agates, mechanical framed this work for display, the FFA for sale to the public, mounted in the back, to offer ...... iw - The work is composed of The Vocational Home 7 to 9 p.m., the exhibit of all drawing and scale model four departments will be open carpentry exhibited by to the public. On Friday, the students in grades seven program will start with a style through 12. This part of the show in the Junior High ,exhibit represents work from Auditorium at 8 p.m. Following approximately 175 students. the style show, the exhibit will The Sidney Junior High Art sculpture, design, drawing, painting and printing. The Vocational Agriculture Department, under the direction of Vance Anderson, will be displaying a few of their ]'[ ", Grandview Area News and Mrs. Ken Raemaeker, Mr. and Mrs. John Carlsen, Patty, Terry, Leslie and Tom, Windy Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bivens and Lee, Mr. and Mrs. James Christianson and Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winhofer and George, Mr. and Mrs. Verner King, Mr. and Mrs. George Milne, Mrs. James Fredrickson, Mrs. Johnnie Johnston, Mrs. Effie Pentz, Mrs. William Fager and Doh'Ha&." Mr. and Mrs. Verner King visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carisen on Saturday. Tony Ferguson was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winhofer, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Doornek, Wayne, Gary and Jerry; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Etzel and Ann were afternoon callers. Men of our area and the Poplar Fire Department, along with our rural fire truck, fought a grass fire Monday which burned several sections of land, in the same spot that was razed by fire eight years ago. The fire started in a barrow pit and finally jumped a fire guard into a field of crested wheat grass and continued to burn to the west. It started on the old Frank Woods place. MRS. MYRON DOORNEK MRS. GEORGE MILNE Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bailey and family were recent visitors at the Joe Pilgrim Jr. home, Mr. and Mrs. Charles CarLsen entertained at dinner the wedding party for the Light- field - Carisen wedding after rehearsal Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Raemaeker, Billings, spent the weekend at the.C1}ar!#s.isep home. Miss Patty Car!s@rt and Miss Windy Kramer, Miles City, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Carlsen. Those attending the wedding of Linda Lightfield and Dewaine Carisen, Saturday, at the American Lutheran Church in Richey were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carlsen, Shirley; Mr. 7th Annual MonDak Quarter Horse Safe Sat., May 6 2 p.m. (CST) SITTING BULL Auction Soles Ring Public Luncheon Set For Tuesday Williston, North Dakota Selling someoutstanding pleasure, working, show and running quarter horses. Featuring some of the top blood lines in the country. JACK CAMPBELL, Auctioneer KEN SIGVALDSEN, Sales Superintendent R. R. 2 - Box 26A, Williston, N.D. Catalogs on request The Sidney Christian Women's Club is sponsoring a public luncheon May 8 from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the Lalonde Hotel Viking Room, featuring "Basic Tips for Decorating", by Ruby Sweley of Home Interiors. Chairman of CWC is Lois TaUman of Glendive, who will be the featured speaker. A nursery will be provided at the Lutheran Brethren Church. For further information, contact Harriett Henderson at 482-2140. I I Ill I II I lll II 0000Aerial Spraying Is Better Contact: Thompson Flying Service Mrs. William Fatzinger had dinner with her mother, Mrs. Cora Keller, and Mrs. George Milne had dinner with Sara in Sidney, Tuesday. Fair Board met at the home of Mrs. Effie Pentz Tuesday. Economics Department, under the direction of Mrs. Margaret Swigart, has chosen "Teenage Fashions" as the theme for the 1972 Style Show. Home Economicb girls will be modeling their school projects and some of their home projects. An exhibit of some of the units and home projects which the girls have carried this year -- foods and nutrition, child care, home preparedness in emergencies, gifts you can make, sewing, home management, consumer buying, etc. -- will be presented. easier handling and greater maneuverability as you vacuum clean your lawn. The Grasshopper fits all 26" and 30" Snatmer Comets. Holds six bushels and umoaos in seconds. So this fall save time with Snapper and its Grasshopper attachment. McDonough Power Equipment, Inc. A subsidiary of Fuqua Industries', Inc. BI - STATE CO - OP FAIRVIEW AND SIDNEY Saturday, May 13 EUGENE THOMPSON, Operator Owner For Your Spraying Needs Phone 747-511 0 Chemical Control for IfNoAnswer Fairview, Montana Insects- Weeds- Rust Call 701 - 565-2315 Collect I I II I ..... I I I Free Coffee Sale Time: 1:00 p.m. and Doughnuts I iiii II I I II I I ii I I I I Located west on Highway 201 to Elmdale sign, turn north 2 miles and 1 mile west of Elmdale Hall. -- I Illllllll I I I I I I I I , Farm Machinery 1 - 1952 R John Deem Tractor, with cab 1 - 1951 14 ft. John Deem Combine 55 1 - 1100 bu. Steel Bin 1 - John Deem Baler, 14T, with motor 1.12 ft. Graham Hoeme (high clearance) 1 - 14 ft. J.D. Double Disk Grain Drill on rubber 1 - 4 Wheel Trailer 1 - 8 ft. Minneapolis-Moline One-way on steel 1 - 8x 12 Truck Box 1 - Farmhand with forage and gravel forks, mounted on Ford truck 1 - Ford 2 bottom Plow 1 - 10 inch Posthole Digger, 3 point hitch 1 - Pump Jack 1 - Pickup Cover 1 - Power Take-off Welder on Trailer 1 - Field Sprayer on Trailer 2- 4 inch Grain Augers (electric) Well Pipe, Cylinder and Pump 1 Jet Pump with 120 ft. of Pipe 1 Electric Fencer Steel Posts and Wire 1 - Steel Harrow 1 - International Dump Rake 1 - Springtooth Harrow 2 - Battery Chargers II II I I 1 - Variable Speed for Combine Reel 2- Steel Gates 1 - Smell Saddle * Household Goods Desk Dropleaf Table Dremr Chairs Dryer Radio, AC or DC IH Refrigerator Shop Vacuum Gas Cook Stove Coal Range 2 Coal Heaters Table and Chairs (good) Complete Set Encyclopedia Beds, 1 full, 1 twin Bedsteads Fruit Jars Other Articles Too Numerous To List Bicycles and Trikm Lawn Mower li . Antiques 1 - 1928 L Case Tractor 1 - 1924 Model T Truck 1 - Wagon Some Model T Parts Some Dodge Parts 1 - Library Table Old Books Crocks Bedstead Pedestal Table I ALVIN - SNEDIGAR (Owner) AU{. fIONEERS | Ronald 'l'orger,n - I,ic. 125 ' Imded i .lames Bieber - I,ic. 67 I I III TERMS: CASi Not Responsible for Accidents Posting of this Sale Bill in public places and delivery of copies to creditors will serve as compliance with New Union Commercial Code Law. CLERK Torgerson and Torgerson I I _