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Main Sidney, Montana Karen Gedrose Receives 'Cap' Karen Gedrose, daughter of Kenneth Gedrose of Skaar Route, was capped in the traditional capping ceremony of Montana State University sophomore nursing students training at Montana Deaconess Hospital in Great Falls. The ceremony, conducted at that city's First United Methodist Church on May 12, marked the official entry of 72 students into clinical nursing. Yellowstone Area News MRS. PETER HEINLE Vernon Payette has com- pleted his basic training and is spending two weeks visiting his wife and son and other relatives here. Vernon left Tuesday for Indianapolis, Ind., where he will be stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Art Weber and Pare and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Cotter Jr. and family honored Mrs. Zrnie Cotter on her bir- thday recently. Carl Baxter and son, Roy, were also visitors there that day. Mrs. Duane Vitt visited with Mrs. Robert Stepan on Monday. The Vitts left the following day for Bremerton, Wash., to spend sometime visiting relatives. Members of the Faith Circle served the dinner on Friday at the church for the Pastoral Conference held there that day. Christopher Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Payette, was baptized Sunday at Zion Lutheran Church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Arne Kukas. The Vernon Payettes, Harry Payette and Mr. and Mrs. Arne Kukas were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les Rongholt at the LaChateau in honor of Chris's baptism. Mrs. Ella Beyl was a Mother's Day dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Heinle and family had as their Mother's Day supper guests, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Helnle and Oscar Helm. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Davis, Minden Mines, Mo., arrived Monday to visit her children for several days. They came especially to attend the graduation exercises of her grandson, Joel Sundheim. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Brese, Mrs. Pete Brese and Mr. and Mrs. Nell Cassezza were dinner guests on Sunday of Mrs. C. Brehm in Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Bux- baum, Doug and Scott; Mr. and Mrs. Nick Cayko, Nickie and Butch, and Mr. and Mrs. R. Herdt were Mother's Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cayko in Glendive. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gardner and Scott visited. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Davis, who had birthdays this week, were honored with a surprise birthday party Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Sundhelm and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Cayko were Mother's Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cayko and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cayko had all of the trees removed at their farm and will be replanting their grove and lawn. The trees at the Cayko farm were some of the first planted in the valley. The East Fairview eighth grade left by bus on Sunday for their school trip to the Black Hills. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Loren Mathson and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reidel. Mr. and Mrs. William Datum went to Sidney on Sunday where they were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Synek and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Heinle, Toni and Jody, made a trip to Minot on Saturday. There was first communion at the St. Catherine's Catholic Church on Sunday for seven children. A breakfast was served following services. Valerie, Natalie, Kent and Monte Payette each brought a friend home with them one evening this week and the group enjoyed a picnic supper honoring Valerie on her bir- thday. Mrs. Olga Dooley was honored on Mother's Day with a family picnic at the City Park. STANDING AT STUD Registered Chestnut Arabian GASDANA Dam: Farminch 3492- Sire: Ace 9483 Great Grandson of Abu Farwa 1960 1972 Fee: $75.00 $1.00 per day mare care Arabian Horse Corral One mile south of Crane, Mont. - 798-3465 Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Hank Rhode, Tioga; Larry Rhode and two friends from Billings, Mrs. Dale Leens and family and Mr. and Mrs. Milo Payette and family. Mrs. Annie Stubbs is visiting relatives in Washington and Oregon. Last week she visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wick at Woodland, Wash. She is also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Toni Rossi. Tony is presently in a hospital in Vancouver, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Berry returned on Monday from Whitehall, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee Swanson and baby. Mrs. Bud Morrill, Quincy, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Berry and daughter also visited there on Sunday. Dennis and Denise, children of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Beiher, celebrated their seventh and fourth birthdays respectively this week when relatives gathered at their home. Present were Mr. and Mrs. George Beiher, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Beiber, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beiber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Beiher and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hurley and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hurley. The 4-H Club met after school at Eldin Johnsons on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Flynn, Missoula, are visiting his father, Charles Flynn, and her mother, Mrs. Swenson, both of Sidney, and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Johnson entertained his mother, Mrs. Iver Johnson and his brother, Leonard at dinner on Mother's Day. Patsy Finsaas, who attends business college in Minot, will spend the weekend here at her home. She will go to Helena on Saturday to attend a briefing for Migrant School workers. Patsy will he the secretary at the Fairview Migrant school this year. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hurley and family entertained on Mother's Day, Mrs. Viola Tassavegin and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis and Shawana at dinner. Mrs. Jack Hardy entertained the members of the Presbyterian Evening Circle on Wednesday. Mrs. Carrie Messner was honored on her birthday, Friday, when several ladies called at her home. Lunch was served and Mrs. Messner received cards and gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin were supper guests on Mother's Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Martin and Marva )ee. The Martins also received a call from their son and family, the Frank Martins, at Las Vegas, greeting them on Mother's Day. Mrs. Mossie Artz visited this week with Mrs. Charles Martin. Mrs. Artz has been living in town since returning earlier this spring from a visit to relatives in Tennessee. She plans to move hack to her home on the farm during the next week. Karen Karst is planning to spend the summer months at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Karst. Fred Karst and Henry Karst spent the weekend at Tobacco Gardens getting the trailer ready for summer use and fishing. Mr. and Mrs, Albert Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller and Stacy went to Williston on Sunday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Miller and help Beth Ann celebrate her first birthday. The East Fairview eighth grade graduation was held on Wednesday. Lynn Norby, who attends college in Minot, spent the weekend here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loran Norby. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Martin and family and Mrs. Thelma Salsbury went to Terry, Sun- day, where they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John I,eininger and Marcie. Marianne Martin has com- pleted her second year at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. She will spend the summer months at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Martin and family. Diane Beiber and Mary Weiser were Friday night guests of Patty Martin to help her celebrate her birthday. ] III I I Jim Jimison Excavating Water, Sewer and Gravel Back - Hoe Work Home Phone 482-2549 Mobil Phone 482-3751 Sidney, Montana "1 dig dirt cheap" 00000000iITilOl00 The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., May 17, 1972- 58 I I Henry J. Schepens 'IEMOCRAT for State Representative District 3 Eliminate Waste, Inefficiency and Bickering (Pol. Adv. Circ. and Pd. (or by Henry J. 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