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6- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed+, May 17, 1972 HOME DECOR -- Ethel Ramus of the Sidney Treasure Homemakers, displayed handicrafts at the Extension Homemakers Show 'n Tell Craft Day, last Tuesday, at the Moose. She and Frances Prevost, who was visiting from the Lambert Domestics table, demon- strated how to make the many items on exhibit for those attending. Cartwright Area News Notes MRS. FRANK LEENS St. Michael's Episcopal Church Women met Thursday afternoon at the church. Frances Johnson led opening devotions, including a Mother's Day prayer. Royle Koch read an article written by Mrs. Richard Emery on "How the _ ill L iii A. PttAR- MACY TOPICS By Hank and Don Investigators at the University of Utah found that use of mariiua- na disrupts mental processes that involve rapid decision-making and short=term memory. In every species in the animal kingdom, the female lives longer th the,mpiff. Most health insurance policies today will pay a substantial part of the cost of mental care. A growing body of evidence in- dicates that liver damage in alcoholism is caused not only by malnutrition, but by the alcohol itself. An Italian trade fair in Milan featured a coirroperated mac- hine for measuring blood pres- sure, complete with flashing lights and amplified sounds Lost your prescription number? Don't worry! Ask Hank or Dan to look it up in your famils Frsonal prescription record. Ask about the many ways this service mn help you. T urncr Drug _ Phone 412-1403 _ ELECT United Thanks Offering Came to Be" and what it is used for. The offering will be taken at church Sunday. Mrs. Koch also reported on the linen guild and said burpers are still needed. Helen Lassey reported for church periodical club and told what the money is used for. Bible School will be held the last week in May. Treats for the last day of Bible school to be furnished by the ladies of the guild. Confirmation gifts were purchased. Plans for the 25th anniversary of the church were made which will be observed June 11 at 2:30 (CST) at the church. Mrs. Milton Olson was a guest for the afternoon. Dinner guests at the Jim Gullikson home, Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gullikson, Mr. and Mrs, Math Koch, Lisa Johnson home for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson, Congressman and Mrs. Art I,ink, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Link and Jason and Mrs. Nelle Wang. In the afternoon, Dr. George Woods and Frank Woods of St. Helena, Calif., arrived for a visit and Mr. and Mrs. Harve Pavek of Sidney, were also supper guests. The two I,ink families went to Fairview to visit John I,ink at the Anton Klose home. Mrs. I,arry Collins of Sidney visited Saturday afternoon at the Bert Youngstrom and Ronald Shaide homes. Sunday supper guests at the Ronald Shaide home were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Martin of Sidney, aunt and uncle of Mrs. Shaide. In the afternoon, visitors were Mrs. Beth Gard- and Monica; Mrs. R0yle Koch, ner, Mrs,. Donahue and son, Mrs.+Eva Sall and Bob Pier. . Of WgtO apd Guy In the afternoon, Mr: and rs. dhaide. + Ivan Wick of Sidney and Steve Don Overson of +Williston visited there, visited his mother, Mrs. Bert Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Youngstrom, Sunday. Gullikson visited Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ted Goss home, near Sidney. Oakland visited the past Guests Sunday at the Forrest weekend in Billings with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oakland, and with their son, Paul, and family. The weekend before, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oakland and son visited his folks. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Tabbert of Fairview were also Sunday dinner guests. Mrs. Bert Youngstrom was honored on her birthday, May 8, at her home. Mrs. Dunbar and Mrs. Ron Shaide each made a birthday cake. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leens and Julius Leens visited their mother, Mrs. Emma Leens, at the Richland Homes, Sunday afternoon, to honor her for Mother's Day. Cake was brought by Mrs. Frank Leens and ice cream by her daughter, Mrs. Perry Elletson St., of Fairview and all had lunch with her and shared some with other residents there. Mrs. Minnie Patterson ac- companied the Leens to_, Sidney and visited her father, Emil Johnson, and other people there. Mrs. Emma Leens had a telephone call from her daughter, Marie, from Iowa in the afternoon and all had a chance to talk to her. Name Girls State Delegates The 25th annual Montana Girls State, sponsored by the American l,egion Auxiliary, will be held at Carroll College, Helena, June 4 to 10. Richland County delegates and alternates, all sponsored by the Sidney Unit 12, American I,egion Auxiliary, together with co-sponsors from the separate towns, were in- HENDERSON WELL QUALIFIED: ii Ability ," Experience  Integrity / Efficiency 171 work harder for Richland County Taxpayers YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED (Circ. &pd. for by Sherill Henderson) I I II I I I I I III I I III I I I III I I I II I troduced at the May meeting of the Auxiliary, by Mrs. Betty Carey, Girls State Chairman. The delegate from Fairview is Janice Cheney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cheney. Her alternate is Janet Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Johnson. The sponsor is the PTA of Fairview. Sidney delegates are Paula Norby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Norby, and Jamie Kallevig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kallevig. Alternates are Danae Hass, daughter of Mrs. Gordon Hass, and Alice Kristiansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edvard Kristiansen. Sponsors are the S{dney Kiwanis Club and the Sidney Jaycees. l,ambert's delegate is Janet Amestoy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amestoy of Brockton, sponsored by the F/rA. Her alternate is Adele Strand, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Strand of ('ulbertson. Debra Buxbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bux- baum is the delegate from Savage. The alternate is Audrey Vojacek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Vojacek. The sponsor is the PTO of Savage. Approximately 300 girls who have just completed their junior year in high school will participate as citizens in Girls State. It is a plan for training in the practical mechanics of government, as the girls will perform exactly the same duties as official office holders in the everyday world. The entire program is non-partisan, and the political parties called "Blue" and "Gold" will be mythical and in no way con- nected with existing political parties. 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