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At the Thurs. & Fri. - May 4 & 5 BOBBY LOVE DUO Dinners in the Lounge RETURN ENGAGEMENT Sate Noon Lunch urs.- Fri.- Sat. Hight GALS WELCOME For and Dancin Pleasure ANNUAL PIGGY BANK DINNER , Tickets Available from Lodge Officers "If It's Happening it's at the Elks" Wha t's M y A ns wer By PASTOR "Would you or church take as a gift a property from a person was not a Christian?" MY ANSWER? If consider money as one's then all churches do. to hear anyone going-to receive i and if you are not a you cannot give. only those who are may give." Or, "If are not a member of this you are asked not to in the offering." I can see no harm and using what is to the church. I would this stand if the giver and the church allowed by so giving he attain salvation or get kind of heavenly credit which he could draw judgment time comes. If is deceitful, it is I. "Although I never heard you say about revival, I can you talking about the revival. What do you are the secrets of I am but you cannot imagine about the secrets of There are no such ,revival is as as the nose on my face. me tell you what the Bible says. "If my people which are him and his family. If a called by My name, shall Christian wisely plans the use humble themselves, and pray, of his money, he also finds that and seek My face, and turn God helps to supply his tem- from their wicked way, then poral needs. As Christians we will I hear from heaven." must be careful about items of The reason for the lack of luxury and physical revival is not ignorance of a satisfaction. We must be secret, but a lack of wanting, willing and practice self-denial. There is no hunger for revival. I As we are wise stewards God am afraid most people talk helps us and every temporal about the secrets of revival, need is met. hoping that they will never find the secret and thus will not What's My Answer is written have to face up to the truth. The by Rev. James Eschenbrenner, truth that they would learn is pastor of Sidney Alliance that there is no revival because Church. If you have questions they do not want one. about the Bible or related QUESTION: "How does God topics, mail them to Pastor supply our temporal needs?" Jim, Box 431, Sidney. WHAT'S MY ANSWER? The first and most widely practiced means is through strength and i the ability to do a job for which [ Ralston pay is given. I include in this group the ranchers and far- , Roundup mers. It takes only one simple accident to show a man how In order to have time to plan quickly the Lord can take away the displays before the his strength or ability, proposed opening of the J. K. Secondly, God does move Ralston Museum and Arts upon the hearts of Christian Center about June 1, we hope to people to give to those who are have most articles at the in need. Jesus even used this museum by May 15. Please criteria for entrance into bring them in if you can. heaven. Trucks, pickups and man I want to say something power are organized for Sun- concerning wise stewardship, day, May 7. At that time we will God provides through wise be ready to travel throughout stewardship. If a Christian the area and pickup any ar- person is willing to tithe, he ticles brought to our attention. finds that God does take care of You may call the Muse Director, DeLyle Jarvls at amblin_g Along[ I ltorse Sale time coming up, May 12, starting time I.rn. There will be all classes expect quite a onies and saddle horses. If these numbers, 482-3500 or 482- uD, qml 41m, ,P o  'D' qnm"  3356. m, O 911m ,gap qmm, qmm, t you are consigning some, we would like to have some of the horses in on Thursday af- ternoon or evening. Prices and demand continue higher and very strong on all classes of cattle. Sheep and hogs have been selling on a fairly even market for some time. Fat cattle dropped off some and then have come back. Heavy calves sure have strengthened. Our sales have been ranging around the 2000 figure each Wednesday and will probably cut back some now. Producers of meat have been operating in a depressed market over many of the past 20 years. Consumers have faced with inflation on most of the things they buy which erases their increased income. But in fairness to the people who produce, market, process and distribute livestock and meat, its quite apparent they're not the causes of the consumers problems. They're trying to make ends meet too -- while producing more for the con- sumer and paying more for everything they must buy to produce it. or Remodel WHICHEVER YOU CHOOSE, be sure to see us for the financing. We can arrange comfortable terms to fit your family's budget. Know Your CONSTITUTION If you are confused by the changes in the new Montana Constitution. Get the April issue of Montana Taxpayer for a frank and unbiased interpretation of its contents both good and bad. Send $1.00 to llontana Taxpayers Assoc. P. O. Box 577 Helena, Montana 59601 The Studio Group will meet at the Museum site on Monday evening, May 8. Persons desirous of giving memorials may contact Memorials Chairman, Elmer Page, Box 50, Sidney, Montana, 59270. School Menu The Sidney "School lunch menu for May 8 - 12 will be as follows: May 8 -- Beans and weiners, tossed salad, peach sauce, buttered buns and milk. May 9 -- Hobo stew, cole slaw, buttered buns, pineapple cream pudding and milk. May I0 -- Lasagna, jello salad mold, applesauce cake with carmel sauce, buttered buns and milk. May 11 -- Meat loaf, creamed potatoes, pickle slice, bread pudding, buttered buns and milk. May 12 -- Fish sticks, whipped potatoes, buttered peas, buttered buns, chocolate cake and milk. REIGNING ROYALTY -- Janet Gustafson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gustafson, ;rn Buildin and Loan Ass'n Next To Post Office The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., May 3, 1972 - 5B was chosen queen at the Fatrvlew High School Prom held Saturday evening. Scout Campaign Headed by Lane Jay Lalonde, vice chairman for the Yellowstone Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America Finance Campaigns, has an- nounced that AI Lane will serve as chairman of the Sidney Boy Scout Finance Campaign. The campaign is scheduled to kick - off on May 4. The Sidney goal is t"000. According to Lalonde, the funds raised will be to support the program of the Yellowstone Valley Council of which Sidney is a part. Similar campaigns are being conducted in all communities in the Council area. These monies are used by the Council to employ fun. time professional scouters whose functions are to train volunteer leaders, organize and reorganize scout units. The Council also operates a ii WEDDING GOWNS by Bridallure Headpieces by Tina Michelle Invitations by Carlson and Stylart Napkins -- Gifts -- Cake Tops Claudines Bridal Shop 1 miles So. on1 Highway 16 1.3 miles East ;SIDNEY, MONTANA i ii i i I CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH E. Main and Third 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday SchOOl 11:00 a.m. --- Deeper Life Conference: D. Morscheck speaks (Morning servicebroadcast over KGLE) 7:30 p.m.- Deeper Life Conference: D. Morscheck speaks. Hour "What;s My Answer?" heard Mon.- Fri. 7:45 a.m. KGLE. Rev. James Eschenbrenner, Pastor EVANGELICAL CHURCH OF NORTH AMERICA Third Street end Third Avenue NE 1:00 p.m. -- Sunday SchOOl 2:00 p.m. -- Worship Service Rev, Jerry Evans LUTHERAN BRETHREN CHURCH 203 Second Avenue SW 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday SchOOl 11:00 a.m. -- "Prayer at its Best" 7:30 p.m. -- "The Man Left Behind" Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid-Week Service Rev. Burton Bundy, Pastor ST. MATTHEW$ CATHOLIC CHURCH 221 Seventh Street SE 6:30 p.m., Saturday, Mass 8:00 and 11:30 a.m. -- Sunday, Masses Rev. Patrick Sampson, Pastor ST. CATHERINE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Fairview, Montana Sunday -- 10:00 a.m.  Mass Ray. Patrick Sampson TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) 214 South Lincoln 8:00 a.m,- Now Is Christ Risen. Vicar Viets 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday SchOOl 11:00 a.m.-- Now Is Christ Risen. Vicar Viets Rev. Arlyn A. Russert, Pastor SEVENTH - DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Saturday Services at the Latter Day Saints Church 0 Sth St. SW 2:00 p.m. -- Sabbath School 3:15 p=m. -- Studies in Romans Tuesday 7:00 p.m. -- Mid-Week meeting at Pastor's home, 201 Sixth Street SE Pastor Halyard B. Thomsen JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 920 South Lincoln 10:00 a.m. -- "The Shaping of Your Future" Tuesday 8:00 p.m. -- Bible Study Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Theocratic Ministry School Mr. Philip D. Bradshaw, Presiding Minister ST. MICHAEL'S AND All-ANGELS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Service Center, located in Billings, where scout leaders can get literature, insignia, badges and other materials. In addition, the center keeps permanent unit records, given information about scouting and produces various program aids for leaders. There are presently 154 Cubs and Scouts active in the Scouting program in Sidney. Federated can help you sleep If you tOSS and turn. worrying about the disasters that could de- stroy your business, you need the Federated Buness Protect - All Package. One plan covers 71 dit- lerent business disasters And you enjoy the convemence and economy of one company, one representative. I can design a package for your company, and the low cost will surpr=se you e , INSURANCE fOR BUSINESS ih' BUD QUINNELL t Ik SAVAGE, MONTANA Phone: 776-2376 iiiii Hogan Train Plans Set Planning is complete and work groups in action, with two different scouting expeditions and a crew that baled, loaded and hauled about seven tons of hay from the Andy Lee ranch, near Richey, for the horses for the Memorial Day weekend MonDak Wagon Train. The Grub Boss, Sam Sifers, is rounding up the provisions for the meals; John King and Bob Koch are putting the finishing touches on the cooking equipment; Sherill Henderson and Dick Goldsmith are finalizing publicity plans; and Wagon Boss Everett Goldsmith and Club President Charles Cummings are taking care of other details. Rates for the two - day wagon train trek have been set at $7 for adults, and $3 for children 12 and under. This includes a noon lunch on the 28, beef fondue supper that night, en- tertainment at the camp, breakfast the morning of the 29, noon lunch that day, hay for the horses and the two days of trail riding. The wagon train is scheduled to roll out of the camp on the John Blankenship ranch, west of Savage, at 9 a.m. the mor- ning of May 28, with Wagon Boss Everett Goldsmith in charge. Trail Scouts are Vernon Hei'nrich and John Blankenship Sr. For the convenience of those wanting to be on the spot early, the Savage Montana church group will sell breakfasts before the Wagon Train starts, the morning of May 28. Arrangements have been made for Catholic services to be held Cenoco bulk plant in Sidney. at the campsite Saturday night, Detailed information on trail and the church group from and camp rules, horse Savage will conduct church regulations, etc. are printed services at the campsite and may be obtained from any starting at 8 a.m., Sunday. of the MonDak Wagon Train Ticket sales are being haw Club directors, or the secretary died by Charles Cummings and at the Conoeo bulk plant. Sherill and Vera Henderson Contact John King for hauling and may be picked up at the of horses. Joette Lorenz Plans Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lorenz of Sidney, announce the engagement of their daughter, Joette, to Gary Ray, son of Mrs. Lorna Halvorson of Billings, and the late Fred Ray. Joyette graduated from Sidney, attended Rocky Mountain College and Billings Business College. Her fiance graduated from Medicine Lake, attended school in Toledo, Ohio, and is presently employed in Billings. A Sept. 16 wedding is planned in Sidney. Realty Listings Be Your Own Boml * Pizza House For Sale. Probably the best re- turns on business investment in Sidney. Need More Room? * 20 Acre Ranchette, close to Sidney. Farms and Ranches * 125 Cow Units on up. Some w/excellent farming. Stop at the office m. the Lalonde Hotd for a free catalog and lochtus. JlEIIpI, II,,I =,=le ,IRI, I r ee" Branch Managw I 482-2074 " I Deeper Life Services Lead by Duane Morscheck April 30 - May 7 at the Nightly - 7:30 p.m. Sundays - 11:00 a.m. Christian and Missionary Alliance Church East Main and Third Avenue - Sidney, Montana iiii A ea Ch rch S " _c.u.c.o.,.,u,c..... OF THE LATTER.DAY SAINTS Fifth Street SW r u ervlces 8:30 a.m. -- Priesthood meeting . 10:00 a.m. -- Sunday School Plumbed ,: p.m.- Sacrament meeting Monday Night- Family Home Evening Tuesday 4:30 p.m, -- Primary PASTOR JIM ESCHENBRENNER warnings man goes his own way in face of the Wednesday 7:30 p.m. -- Relief Society EVery generation presents crisis and sure judgement of God upon sin and Thursday 7:30p.m.--MIAand Scout Troop 190 problems to try the souls of men. George unrighteousness. J. Ross Wight, Branch President Washington's description of the press reads "Correction" -- man can be corrected. The like part of today's confrontation. Augustine's tools of a gool builder are the level, the square, description of youth sounds like e page out of the plumb line which guide in the making of a CHRISTIAN ANDMISSIONARY today's newspaper, house. The Bible shows man where his house is ALLIANCE CHURCH In the face of evil on every hand, the Church out of line with the requirements of God. The Richey, Montana and those who support it need to reiterate the Bible gives man solutions to his moral and 9:50 a.m. -- Sunday SchoOl inspired Word of God because it is profitable in spiritual problems. 10:50 a.m. -- Worship Service meeting the needs of man. "Training in righteousness" -- man can be 8:00 p.m. -- Evening Service "Teaching" -- man is searching for truth, trained. In the Bible man can find the answers Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. -- Family Night While he may search for it in human wisdom to the problems of everyday living. The Bible and understanding, the Church must declare clearly states principles by which men can De that truth is to be found in revelation, kept on the right track. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE "Reproof" -- man is like a wayward child. God does not require of man anything for Fifth and Central The Church needs to repeat its warning again which He does not provide wisdom, strength 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School and again against sin. Even with repeated and guidance. 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service 7:30 p.m. -- Evening Grace Hour Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Prayer meeting and youth ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH groups (Missouri Synod) E Main end 4th Ave. Rev. Evan Kaechele, Pastor Fairview, Montana 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 9:30 a.m. -- Worship Service 11:00 a.m. -- "Remembrance or Ritual" CHURCH OF CHRIST 10:30 a,m.  Sunday School 7:30 p.m. -- "Communicating Christ" Fourth and Ninth Avenue SW Rev. Arlyn A. Russert, pastor Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- prayer and Bible Study 10:00 a.m, Bible Study Ray. Fred Soreeuwers, Pastor 1t :00 a.m. Worship Service LONSDALE METHODIST CHURCH 6:00 13.m. Youth Classes 6:30 o.m. -- Worship Service 201 Third Avenue SE GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH Wednesday 9:30 a.m. -- Ladie, Bible Class 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School Skaar, North Dakota 11:00  Worship Service_ Thursday 7:30 p.m, -- Mid-week Service Thursday 6:30 p.m. -- Senior High Youth Meeting Services held second, fourth and fifth Sunday of MarionH. Hays, minister Thursday 7:15 p.m. -- Choir Rehearsal each month. Rev. Dwight Harshman, Minister CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY PELLA EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH ALLIANCE CHURCH (ALC) Lambert, Montana PEOPLES' CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 418 West Main 10:00 a.m. -- Sunday School 10th Avenue and 4th Street SW 9:20 a.m. -- Family Study Session 11:00 a.m. -- Morning Worship 10:00 a,m, -- Church School 8:15 and 10:15a.m. --"Your Father Knows How TO 7:30 p,m, -- Evening Service 1t:15 a.m. -- Laymen Sunday: Deacons speak Give" Rev. Stanley Larsen, Minister Wednesday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid-Week Service (Nursery care available) Ray. Everett W. Hansen, Pastor Rev. Arnold Brown, minister ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH(ALC) Fairview, Montana ASSEMBLY OF GOD UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 9:15 am. -- Sunday School 414 E. Main Savage, Montane 10:30 a,m. -- Worship 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 9:00 a.m. -- Laymen Sunday: Deancons speak Rev, ArthurN. Ororud, Pastor 11:00 a,m. -- Morning Worship Service 10:00 a.m. -- Church School 7:30 p.m. -- Evangelistic Service Rev. Arnold Brown, Minister YELLOWSTONE COMMUNITY CHURCH Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid-week Service Savage, Montana Rev. Gene Vaale, pastor 10:00 a.m. -- Church Bible School EBENEZER CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 11:00 a.m. -- "Love Makes All the Difference in the !154th AvenueNW FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH World" Second sermon 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School Savage, Mohtana 730 p rn Evennq Instructional Hour , 11:00 a.m. -- Morning Worship Service Cartwright, N, O. 10:00 a,m, -- Church School 8:00 p.m. Wednesday -- Prayer and Bible Stedy ', 2:30 p.m. -- German Language Prayer Meeting 11:00 a.m. -- Morning Worship Rev. James Lawrence, Pastor 7:45 a.m, -- (MST) -- Worship Service Rev. Everett Schoessler, Minister I 8:45 a.m. (MST) -- Sunday School i Illl IIII I Women2ndThursdays 1:15p.m. (MST) Episcopal ChurChEverYmunionfirst, third and fifth Sunday - Holy Com. SPONSORED BY THE' SIDN'EY LIVESTOCK MARKET CENTER Rev. Lewis Coffin, Vicar I I N .' , I I r I I NN