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rts Receive rian Awards year there were librarians who of work Junior High graders were Donita Bradley, Steve Gary Walker, Wade Mark Wight. graders were Ron Karlon Schmitt, Lana Julie Bradley, Lori Goebel, Thea Andrea Smith other students one or more six - in the library. to regular library checking in and Names Date and Mrs. Evan announce the of their daughter, Sturdevant, spn Mrs. L. C. Stur- City, Kan. Cheryl Kaechele ;Kaechele is a senior at Lrnerican Nazarene Olathe, Kan. is self-employed City. is planned for at the Church of the in Sidney. shelving books, the student librarians published two newspapers, and made bulletin boards promoting books for most classrooms during National Book Week. Algeo Services Held in Sidney Funeral services for Philip ? Algeo, 73, of Sidney were held at I0 a.m. June I, 1973, at Trinity Lutheran Church with the ReD. Arlyn Russert of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Rudy Frandsen, Jim Frank, V. C. (Mac)McChesney, Ward Rediin, Henry Schepens and Jim Spurgeon. Ushers were Earl Hawley and Jack Me- Morris. Amy Quilling sang "What A Friend We Have In Jesus" and "The Old Rugged Cross" accompanied by Sharon Smelser. Interment was in St. Peter's Lutheran Cemetery at Sioux Pass, Mont., with Fulkerson Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Philip Richard Algeo was bern April 19, 1900, at Hope, N. D., in Barnes County to Richard and Sarah Algeo. At the age of three years, he moved with his family to the Dazey vicinity where he grew to manhood. He attended the Sibley Trail School. He then went to Moler Barber College in Fargo, N. D., where he worked for 25 years, barbering at Fargo and Valley City, N. D. April 15, 1946, he married Belle Wagner. They moved to Sidney, in 1950, where Phil Algeo owned a barber shop. He retired, selling his barber shop in 1965 because of poor health. He leaves his widow, Belle, a step-son, Robert Wagner, beth of Sidney; one sister, Margaret Koch of Troy, Mont., and many nieces and nephews in Montana and North Dakota. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Algeo. Also two brothers, James of Dazey, N. D., Aug. 16, 1961, and Alex of Valley City, N. D., Aug. 11, 1972. - FOR SALE - Clifford Jensen Residence POSSESSION 30 DAYS 302 - 2nd Ave. S. E. Call 482-31 53 after 5:30 p.m. Adler 804 Electronic Calculator Instant Calculator Adds - Subtracts Multiplies- Divides S P E C IA L Used Marehant Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hunt Savage-C -ane News With summer work in full swing the season finds everyone very busy! Bob and Maxine GIegg went to Alexander last Saturday night to attend the barn dance. Bob Gregg called for square dancing at Fairview last Thursday. He presented diplomas to the class finishing the series of lessons. Those receiving .diplomas were Vernon and Karen Klose, Les and Elaine Sand, Seb and Tillie Stroh, Kermit and Olive Fer- stad. Square dancing will be at the Savage Hall on the following dates in June. June 11 and 25 at 8 p.m. Bob Gregg will be calling for square dancing at Fairview at Martin's Hall, June 28 at 8 p.m. Memorial weekend visitors at the home of Viola Gaffiled were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Garfield and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Seedroff, all of Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Bob I,ynch of Billings and Mr. and Mrs. Jessee Roberts. Bill Hoffstott has sold his home at Crane to Dale Scott. Jeff Harper Gets Business Degree Jeffrey Hall Harper, Sidney, graduated May 28 from Rocky Mountain College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration. Harper was one of 100 students graduating from the college. $145 ROTARY CALCULATORS r0 to So O.ly $50 ,o Sl 00 Typewriters $50 New and Used -- Electric and Manual ATTACHE CASES Several Styles to Choose From Home and Office DESK ACCESSORIES i We Service All Our Machines i THIRUD OFFICE SUPPLY Sidney 482-1800 Bill has bought a home and moved to Eugene, Ore. A regular meeting of the Savage Cemetery Association was held May 17 at the Savage School. Meeting was called to order by acting chairman, Elver MadMen. Minutes of the last meeting were read and ap- proved. The treasurer's report showed a balance on hand Dec. 31  $1,665.M. The by laws of the association were read by acting secretary, Robert Gregg. Elections of officers was held and the following are the directors for the coming year: Larry DeShaw, president, 1974; Nola Willian, vice president, 1975; Bill Neese, treasurer, 1976; Bob Gregg, secretary, 1975; Elver Madsen, 1974, and Gottlieb Schmierer, 1976. A motion was made by Sandy Ler that the highlights of this meeting be published in the paper. A discussion was held on policies and methods of grave digging. Motion made by Gottlieb SCh- mierer and seconded by Bill Neese that we look into con- struction costs to enlarge and improve our building to house lawn mowers and equipment. Motion carried. The president informed the group that if the board of directors are recorded with the state by the ounty attorney the one will be permitted to sell any lots in the cemetery that are not registered, recorded and deeded. This will primarily affect the Catholic portion of the Cemetery. Carrol Willian made a motion that the above be affected and it was seconded by Nola Willlan. Motion carried. A motion was made by Carroll Willian that the treasurer buy a suit ease for the secretary. Seconded by Mildred Larson. Motion carried. Motion was made and seconded that all necessary expenditures be taken care of by the treasurer, Bill Neese. Bob Gregg, secretary Style 6225 Widths with Riding Heel The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mot,,., Wed., June 6, 1973 - 3 Coup/e Says Vows In Portand Church Aurelia C. Casterline, Milwaukee, Ore., and Edwin Hunt, Portland, Ore., were married April 20 at 3 p.m. in a double - ring ceremony at the First Baptist Church in Por- tland, Ore. ReD. A. John Nastari officiated. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Alfred Casterline, Richey, wore a white chiffon gown with full train. It had a chantilly lace bodice with belle sleeves. The veil was mantilla with mat- ching lace. The bride also wore diamond studded earrings, a gift from the groom. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses, yellow and white daisies and baby's breath. Mrs. George Lord was the Cheerleaders Given Recognition Awards Given in recognition of honorable and loyal representation of Sidney Junior High School during the school term of 1972 1973 in cheerleading were the following: Ninth Grade Girls, number of years, and Award. Lora Norby, 3, guard; Kr4stin Anderson, 3, guard; Lori Nesper, 3, guard; Leslie Koch, 3, guard, and Barb DeShaw, 2, pin. Eighth Grade Girls: Kris Hall, 2 years, pin; Bonnie Larson, 2 years, pin; Mary Johnson, 2 years, pin; and Mischelle Kringen, 1, megaphone. Seventh Grade Girls: Rhonda Iverson, 1 year, megaphone; Kristi Norby, 1 year, megaphone; Jill Brunsvold, I year, megaphone; Tammy Torgerson, I year, megaphone, and Sue Torgerson, I year, megaphone. EIIwein Gets Carrier Duty Navy Hospitalman Richard A. Ellwein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Ellwein of 724 Third St. S.E., Sidney, has reported for duty aboard the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk at the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco. matron of honor. The groom was attended by George Lord. Robert Davidson was the usher. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Lynn Casterline. Earl Minkler was the organist and Lynn Casterline sang Wither Thou Goest. The bride's mother wore a blue santique dress with matching coat and a corsage of white roses. An outdoor reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Lord with several strolling musicians playing various selections and ac- companied by Lynn Casterline. The wedding cake was a three-tiered white cake with lemon filling and white and yellow decorations of roses. The top of the cake was decorated with white and yellow bells. Around the base of the cake was a garland of flowers in the shape of a "Horseshoe." The cake was cut and served by K_jnn Behrem. Marlene Ragan,served coffee and Judith Traschel served punch. The wedding trip included Kah-Nee-Tah Resort in Central Oregon, Lake Tahoe, and various points in Cali!orrfla, The bride wore a powde blue knit suit with tan accessories and a corsage of yellow daisies and purple orchids as her going - away costume. The bride is a graduate e Richey High School She ham a B.A. from Concordia College, Moorhead, Minn., in lmmlneu education. The groom has an M. S. from Oregon State UniveraRy hi mechanical engineering. He is the vice president and manager of an engineering firm in Portland, Ore. Out of town guests were: Mrs. Alfred Casterline and l,ynn Casterllne, both from Richey. Fulkerson Funeral Home "and The Cloyd-Gorder Chapel" JACK FULKERSON HOMER GORDER Sidney, Montana I Just Joined Photo Savings Plan It's Sidney National's latest new service. All I did was deposit $25 or more in a regular savings account and I received a $10 credit toward a photo at Trier's Studio in Sidney. It's great to get something free in these days of rising prices, and all I did was save. Here's a sample of Trier's work. Photo Savings Plan does not stop with the free $10 credit. With each additional $25 or more deposit I will receive a $5.00 photography credit for only $2.95. I make $2.05 everytime I save. We're planning to have a family portrait taken soon. I I I I i I lll