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. 2300 Across the Nation FREE 8 - TI- Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont.. Wed.. May 3. 1972 SPECIAL PRESENTATION -- The Vikings of Ophe/m High School will present an evening of entertainment in chords, ensembles and band music for the public and the Savage Pro, May 8 at 8 p.m. The group of 23 girls and 14 boys will be staying with host parents during their visit. The program will be held in the Savage High School auditorium. FAIRVIEW DELEGATES -- Sundhetm (left) of iairvlew High School has been dumen as the Boys' State delegate, sponsored by the Lions Club and the Fairview Chamber of Commerce. Steve Shannon is the alternate. Sundhelm is a junior and has been active in football, basketball, track and FFA and wm to tile honor roll. He is president of his class sod Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Sundheim. Shannon, also a junior, is a member of the school debate team and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Shannon. Montana Boys' State will be held in Dillon during the week of May 4 - I0. The program is spon- sored each year by the American Legion for the purpose of providing ex- ceptional high school boys with an opportunity to apply theories of government studles and learn the responsibilities of good citizenship. II I Ill I I I II I t I You couldn't pink an easmr way to step up to Olds! ONLY =3460 Reduced from $3971.20 You Save s51 1 =o Equipped as follows: 350 V8 Automatic Transmission Power Steering Power Brakes Radio Bucket Seats Tinted Windshield Sports Mirrors Light Group Protective Moldings Front Mats Super Stock Wheels Door Guards MANY OTHER GREAT SAVINGS AT Thogersen Motors 703 S. Central Ave. - Phone: 482.1705 I J I I Drawings FRIDAY and SATURDAY at 6 p.m. for the next three weeks at Sidney A & W. A total of six bikes will be given away. -- REGISTER NOW - Jerry Swanson, director of the group, formerly taught music in Savage and Fairview. He is the son of Mrs. Inga Swanson of Sidney. BIKES 2300 Acro the Nation Group Accepts Constitution : MRS. FRANK LEENS May Fellowship Day will be observed at St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Cart- wright, May 5, at 3 p.m. (CST). Mrs. Earl Neff will speak on the theme, "Behold the Woman". Refreshments will be served. Everyone is welcome. Julius teens returned home Saturday evening from Havre, where he visited with his brother, Emil and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ioens met Julius in Williston. Mr. and Mrs. Art Vickers, Roger and Bryon, spent the weekend at Havre visiting their, son, Darvel and family. Severt and Morton Sponheim The Montana Farmers Union, largest of the state's agricultural organizations, has endorsed the proposed Con- stitution to be submitted to the voters at the June 6 election. Clyde Jarvis, president, reported Wednesday the MFU board of directors studied and debated the pros and cons of the new document prior to making the decision to recommend its upport to the 8,000 - plus statewide membership. The Farmers Union gover- ning body indicated special enthusiasm for the provisions in the new Constitution regarding agriculture. "With unity in agriculture one of our prime goals as an organization, we naturally were impressed with the unified Montana Department of Agriculture created by the convention delegates," Jarvis explained. The extension of special levy authority for all sectors of agriculture in developing the industry also was cited by MFU as a plus factor for farmers and ranchers in the proposed Constitution. "The section establishing single - member districts for election to the Legislature is of specific importance because it guarantees rural areas con- tinued representation despite the growing urbanization of the state," Jarvis added. "Most of all, however, MFU has prided itself on not being a status quo organization, so we appreciate the fact the proposed Constitution looks to the future; and, includes within it the ability to initiate change in the document itself for ad- justment to fit the coming years," the MFU executive emphasized. No recommendation is being made to the membership Local Item" Herbert Bauer has been visiting his daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clause and boys, in Worden and Mr. and Mrs. John Goldsmith and family in Great Falls the past week. He also got Cartwright News acquainted with his 12th concerning the three side issues grandchild, Benjamin John, on the Constitution ballot born April 12 to John and dealing with bicameral versus Shirley Goldsmith. unicameral legislative body, were supper guests on Tuesday at John Dunbar's. Mrs. Severt Sponheim returned home Sunday evening from Burlington, Wash., where she had spent the past two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Larry Willis and family, and made the acquaintance of a grandson, born recently to the Willis family. Several from the community attended the comedy farce "Desperate Ambrose" at the East Fairview School, Friday evening, put on by the eighth graders. Those from this area taking part in the play were Tracey Melland, Vera Walker, David Knudsen and Tim Denowh. Girard Area News By TERRY JOHNSON Becky Daniels, EMC, Billings, and Clark Marten, Columbus, spertt the weekend at her parents home, the Frank Daniels. Saturday evening, the Daniels, Marten, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Zieske and family, Williston; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wick and children and Phil Petrik, honored Amy Daniels on her birthday, with a party at the Frank Daniels home, Myrna Salsbury and Shirley Buckley participated in the Music Festival held in Williston, Saturday. The Girard Farmers Union Local will hold their regular meeting at the Alex Hill home, Sunday, May 14. A potluck dinner will be served at 1 p.m. with a business meeting to follow. Just a little reminder, that the Girard Homemakers are sponsoring a Country Flea Market this Saturday, May 6, from 1:30 to 5 p.m. Coffee, tea, homemade cinnamon rolls and pie will be sold for lunch. Everyone is invited to come. The Girard Homemakers annual picnic will be held at Bob's Grove Sunday May 21, The potluck picnic will start at 1 p.m. Past community members and friends are welcome to come. I l I r . . ,o lb. bag Butternut Coffee.. . =n*2 49 O'roNng e s i,00.1 Sc 8c Golden Yellow Bananas Slab Bacon Whole By the Piece ,00.57c ,0055c THE ALL NEW iiil !il ii iii ii!i iii i! i gambling and capital punish- The board did strea ment. historic occasion of pro Jarvis said, "These are new Constitution and urPZl matters, frankly, on which Montanans "to make tfl{ individual decisions will be largest voting turnout made by all voters, because the decision t/| "There was no consensus made will affect not only jl within our board on these three us, but also generatiol T subjects except to agree each come." "..| member of the electorate would "The Constitution is t0 ' have to apply his or her own people's document and tl: rationale and conscience to a way to insure that it is willl have everyone voting," Jl determination," Jarvis corn- said. [ ( mented.  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