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NEWS 00useum v00'ork Continues |I(H.HANSON two songs, "Jesus is Always the school board. Lloyd was Jim Miller of Las Vegas, e I, a special There" and "Every Heart Beat employed by the REA. It is with Nee., is visiting his parents, twm held at the Brings Me Nearer Home," with regret we see them leave our Mr. and Mrs. William A. Miller lrical Society Mrs. Ira Zuroff Sr., ac- community, and Erwin, on his two-week ,  work group in- companist. Abe Frisinger Arleen Whiteslde, clerk of the vacation. r members and non- gave a reading, "Don't Take Richey School Board, wishosto Mrs. Emelia Miller had :Andy Lee, Carl America For Granted," two announce she willhe working at surgery on her fractured hip at rlie Miller, John orignal poems pertaining to the school every day from 9 the Sidney Memorial Hospital l'  WhReman, Mr. Poppies, written by Addle until noon during June so last week.  8aaron Cummings, Callison and Lucille Canfield anyone wishing to bring in Mrs. Jim Cummings and two ..t,tlrs. Bill H. Miller, were read by Mrs. Ira Zuroff transportation contracts may sons went to Dillon, May 29, to li Vernon Brost, Sr. do so. visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. di! 'r and Harold After the program the usual Mr. and Mrs. Jim McConnen, George Jumper, while her __vWere present. VFW Post and Auxiliary Carmichael, Calif., visited husband went on to Excelsior ( of workers put in a program was held at the nor- friends in Richey a few days Springs, Me., for medical at- ,,M[t  the building, vice board and a wreath was last week and also enjoyed tention. . the ceiling and placed there in memory of the agate hunting near Red Water Mrs. Lyle Mercy and i IIP the interior. The departed service boys and girls Creek. daughter, Mrs. Tom Pierce left tMwillbe to paint the of this area. Attending graduation May 27 for Minneapolis, Minn., of :ikl epare to move The American Legion boys exercises at EMC in Billings, where Mrs. Mercy entered the e,  placed flags on the graves of Sunday, from Richey, were Mr. University Hospital for , tr future plans have their departed comrades in the and Mrs. Abe Frisinger and medical tests.  to relocate tht old local cemetery and those in this son, Guy, Abe's mother, Mrs. Mrs. Iver Knudson left May ii crc' adjacent to vicinity. Guido Vaira played Gonshoroski, Santa Rosa, Calif. 31 for Livingston to be with her ,!! tein building. The the taps. The Frisinger's daughter, daughter, Joan Williams, who  .originally one of the A potluck dinner was served 'Karen, received her degree and is ill. i a  I in Richey. at the VFW Club for the two plans to go back to school this Mrs. Marlene LaCounte and Li,waaLenjoyed in the posts by the auxiliaries of the sununer for a special course in son, Con, came for a visit with W all the workers, two posts after the program. Library Science. Karen has her mother, Mrs. Vern Miller t i of the Richey The American Legion accepted a teaching position in and family. Mrs. LaCounte , ety would like to Auxiliary placed wreaths on special education at Peerless taught school in Buffalo, Wyo., O Came to help with the graves of the parted this fall. the pastyear. members on May 26. The Clara Soft spent the weekend Mrs. Aileen Cooper Hesse, iI''vice with 36 - voice wreaths were made by Mrs. in Billings with her sons and Fallen, visited old friends in Ith East Joe Ziegler.,Federatedpenn., will The last meeting of the fandlies and attended EMC Richey last week trying to get graduation exercises on Sun- information for her family  17 at 9:30 a.m. for bridge club for the season was day. Her son, Loren, received history book. Mrs. Ralph Miller in the area. The hosted by Mrs. Ole Jenson, his master's degree and Mrs. accompanied her here. r will be held in the old Mrs. Ira Zuroff Jr. and Mrs Jim Soft received her degree Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Flick i , Jurm Hank Goosen at the Jensen from EMC. and two children, Helena, came I0, a special home. Three tables were in Jim Smith, Richey basketball May 24 and took her aunt, Mrs. service with a film play with prizes going to Mrs. coach and science teacher, Vernon Culver, with them to LI of Bali, entitled, Lloyd Eggum, Mrs. Bill H. accepted a position as teacher Cooperstown for a visit.  the Gods" will be Miller, Mrs. Roland Grnnd- in science and coach at leer. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Olson, le CMA Church at 7 meyer; travel prize, to Mrs. ness for the coming school Boisc, ldaho, came May 22 for a Dale Olson and the door prize to term. He and his family loft last visit with relatives. They were  been going on at Mrs. Art Radcliffe. week. houscguests of his brother, 4ontana Bible Camp . Mrs. Lloyd Eggnm spent Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Lindsey Lars..Olson and wife, Hazel Demolay chapters across the ation for the coming memorial weekend in Forsyth and family loft last week for until May 26. On Wednesday, nation each month have a civic tA Well has been dug. with her husband, Lloyd and Winner where Lindsey will be the Lars Olson's and guests service, which they perform. eap day was held sons, Paul and Loren, who are Supt. of Schools this fall. also Celia Gibson, Christina This month in the first week  which time lawns now operating the Phillips 66 Phillip Adamson, Supt. of Hansonand Helen Hanson all of June we are having a safe i.Uowed and outside service station there. On Richey Schools for the past two went to Glendive to meet Pearl driving campaign. We remind  inted. Saturday, a picnic dinner was years, will continue his Dirks of Temple City, Calif., everyone to be alert when they rn Montana Bible enjoyed at the home of Hardy's education at the University of who came for a visit with drive and to be cautious of aa interdemoninational and Edie Eggam with the Montana at Missoula this relatives in Richey, Sidney and others. ' be held June 24 - Calvin Waldbauer's of Richey, summer, and resume his vicinity. Mrs. Dirks had visited A few safe driving tips are: ','laker will be Rev. the Clair Louden's, formerly of position in Richey in the fall. the Les Dirks family and the prepare your car Or camper 't' who is also a Richey, and Terry and Arian A Christian Out Reach Team, Ralph Millers in Fallen. Lars before going on a trip, keep . Hruhes of Bozeman, daughter the Designs, consisting of nine and Hazel Olson hosted the windows free from obstruction, :np is also a combined and of the Lloyd singers from Concordia College group at dinner at the Derrick don't drive while intoxicated, hnior camp, ages Eggums, attending. . atMoorhead, Minn., sang at the in Glendive after which they use turn signals at all times, Iris: -.. high school. The Sybil Eggum will be Joining morning and evening services toured the Makoshika Park use seat belts, slow down to ] 10 Per child and $8 the family on June 8. She is at the Lutheran Church, before returning to Richey. prevent accidents and to ! [or second child in the making plans to open a clothing Sunday. They sang at the Pearl Dirks was a houseguest conserve fuel, be considerate of ttending. A group of and gift shop July 2 in Forsyth. Lutheran Church in rt at of Celia Gibson until May 27. other drivers, have an i, t' from Montana In- The Lloyd Eggum's would the 11 a.m. service. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence emergency handy when "ef the Bible will be like to take this opportunity to A ministerial meeting and Loftesness of Granville, N.D., needed. say goodbye to all their Richey get-together picnic was held in and their daughter, Mrs. 'TAregistered nurse will These are only a few safe |i,_ the group all week. friends and to thank everyone the Richey Park, Friday. At- Corrine Roscncrans and twin ested persons are who has wished them good luck tending were Rev. and Mrs. sons, Minot; Mildred Kube, in their new venture. Nick Cyck and family of the Fern Henke, Arlington, Minn., I day was observed They will be greatly ndsscd Bethlehem Mennonite Church, and Addle Ernst, Minneapolis Schwenke Ends "lla.m. at the Legion in Richey where they have heen Pastor and Mrs. Don Hun- and Harriet Kruckman, Sextant Duties i. a program by the reared and schooled, were tington and family of the CMA Glincoe, Minn., arrived May 26 [Ili I, American Legion active in community service, Church and Rev. and Mrs. to visit here during Memorial On June 1 Henry Schwenke ' L'. their auxiliaries with the church and school. Sybil Imrry Boilinger and family, weekend. They were resigned his position as sextant ir Glide n as emcee. The served the past nine years as Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zuroff at- houscguests of Lars and Hazel at the Sidney Cemetery. He has r of the auxiliaries sang secretary of school and clerk of tended the wedding of his niece, Olson and Ai!een Whiteside. served at the cemetery for the Leann Mclntyre at Glasgow, On May 27 a family potluck last 25 years. Saturday. dinner and supper was held in The Sidney Cemetery Weekend gues', in the home the home of Alton and Doris Association reports that he has Get - -Together of Mr and Mrs. ldZuroffwere Olson and family. There were Mrs. Elmer Zick and brother, 43 relatives present. Elmer Johnson, also Mr. and Loretta Anderson, Simcoe, N. Mrs. ROy Zick, all of Great D., and her sister-in-law, Falls. I,illian Miller, Velva, N. D., Visiting Ralph Graber and came for dinner on Sunday and Edna Yeo over the weekend took Pearl Dirks back to North were Mrs. Frances Graher and Dakota for a visit before daughter, Karen, Seattle, and returning to California. son, Wayne from San Diego, Calif. Frances and her Helen CoRer of Helena came daughter hadattondedWayne's Sunday for a visit with her graduation from the Marine parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Basic Training and came to CoRer and PaRe. Richey, the long way around, Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Stoker en route home to Seattle. Korea of Lewistown visited relatives and Wayne are Graber's in Richey over Memorial grandchildren, weekend. Spanish Olive Pork Chop Casserole get together for a family portrait by the specialists at Trier's in Sidney. Outside ,.i/!::i!::. at home or in our studio. All we ,,:, need is your family :; II I I II I I This delicious meal in one dish looks like glamorous Don't Forget To vittles and tastes llke company dinner but it is prepared without fuss or muss. Pimiento-stuffed olives add a tangy Picture Your -... =.-'vin and distinct flavor as well as a deliglltful touch of color that makes this simple combination something special. n For a do-ahead meal, brown the chops and combine all No ' In Sidney ati0 al s the rest of the ingredients except the chicken stock. An hour before serving time, add the stock and bake. Serve Photo Savings Plan with fried apple rings and your favorite vegetable. SIGN UP TODAY! =ko., .o.,.,. 2 tablespoon olive or 1/3 cup sliced pimiento- , ' "" ' ' .... ' ' salad oil stuffed olives 4 loin pork chops, about cup finely chopped -inch thick onion Iqt ph ly U 1 CUp uncooked rice 'A teaspoon salt Ofogro y -is Our On usiness 2 cups chicken stock or 1/8 teaspoon pepper Trier s Studio j Heat olive oii; add chops and cook until lightly browned I on both sides. Combine remaining ingredients; mix well. ,,,, ,, ,, ,,,,, , ,,, ,, 482- Ii "rum into shallow baking dish. Top with chops. Cover and  ,,__ne ]236 bake in 350 oven 1 hour. or until chops and rice are - tender. 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spurgeen ranched in the Culbertson were honored with an open area until moving to Sidney house Sunday on their 0th last Oetoher. Spurgeon was wedding anniversary. They county commissioner for two were married June 2, 1923, at terms from 1956 to 1968. Plentywood and farmed and Local DeMolay Chapter Urges Driving Safety driving tips, but we urge you to use them when you prepare to drive. This will hopefully cut down on the accidents. done an outstanding job over the years and they wish to express their appreciation for his devoted service. Replacing Henry is Jim Fisher who was the former highway patrolman here for 15 years. II IIII I I I IIII I The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., June 6, 1973.7B Parish Picnic Set June 24 St. Matthew's Altar Society held their meeting May 21 at the multi - purpose room of the Sidney National Bank. The date for the parish picnic was set for June 24 at the Haniffy Grove. The Altar Society will furnish the pop. The Altar Society served a wedding reception on June 2 at the multi-purpose room. Rummage sale remainders will be sent to the Boulder School and Hospital. There will be no meetings during June, July and August. Hostesses for the evening were Viola Delaney, Mrs. Victor Norlin and Burnetta Healow. Square Dance Set at Armory The Mon-Dak Mixers Square dance club invites all area square dancers to a square dance, June 14. Beryl Main, nationally known caller from Aurora, Colo., will be calling at the National Guard Armory in Sidney. Dance time is 8 p.m. (MDT). l l I l Bill Says: "Mr. Farmer The haft season isn't far off Are you Insured? Kay Says: "The 1973 rates are considerably lower in e county then they were last year." Frank Says: ! "Yes they are lower and this year you can save an addi- tional 15 per cent off the low low rate. Call us today." --TRY-- I Carpenter. Seitz Agency _ Phone 412-1411 I I IIIIIII I I IIllllllllll II - NOTICE - The Mutual Rural Insurance Company of Richland County, Montana, will hold its annual meeting in the Founders Room of the Richland National Bank, Sidney, Montana, June 16, 1973, at 2 p.m. for the purpose of electing two (2) directors for a term of three years and any other business pertaining to this meeting. Chester P. Johnson, Secretary ( 23-2tc I I [ CHICK N DIN"ER Three peces of plump, tender CHICKEN, a hot dnner roll w,th" sweat mellow Honey, and golden brown French Fries. All food cooked in 100% pure vegetable oil. 2300 Across the Nation I Illllll I I I I I I I Ill I I Sidney A&W I I IIIIII I III IIII II IIII I II I I II I IIII III II IIIII I III I I IIII QU ILLING'S MARKET Free Delivery Twice Ddlv II l l l l l Sirloin.......... lb. '1.69--- l I lllll l,nl llll l lUl T. Bone 1 b '1.59 . @ Rib Steak Ib *1.39 ____ ...... . . Round Steak..... lb. *1.39 Ground Beef... 2 lbs. 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