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__ I I I I[ At the I DANCING \\;Welcome H0mhSat. Noon Luncheon00Dinners From the Menu ! ' " aturda , GALS ARE WELCOME  it'sat ocal Troops In Exercise A hot sun burns the sandy r of mother earth, a tank rubles across the flat prairie up a cloud of dust that and away towards the sky. A mortar carrier kicking up a similar of thick brown dust and behind, a jeep scouting dt covers the rear of the rraation as part of a tactical done by Troop A of Lhe 163rd Cavalry Regiment for Glendive and Sidney area.  Troop A has been in the i  desert for seven days preparing f0r tactical tests, which they Ik Thursday and to Friday Waluate the combat readiness  aM mobility of the unit. In the hot dusty desert the 0ops have shared their lun- los, sleeping bags and tents Lth the desert creatures, dying the equipment and eraselves for the many firing exercises. the Montana Army National Guard annual field training. Troops from Sidney and Glendlve participated in the week-long exercises. --National Guard Photo TANK MANEUVERS -- A cloud of dust rises as a tank settles back after completing a live firing mission on the dry, dust desert south o! Boise, Idaho. The practice session was during seven days was washed off the equipment, the unchanged fatigues that smelled like the sage of the desert were shed, a hot shower felt good and a two - day break was enjoyed by the troopers. Test which evaluated the units The dust at times has been so dck that you could almost cut ability to perform in the field. Upon completion of the test, Witha knife, at other timesso the unit returned to the a pair of long johns a garrison area to prepare for the and at other times so hot, Y0u wish you could shed the journey back to Montana. The Shirt on your back, yet the dust that accumulated over the SPirit of the men was high! The desert set the scene for the departture as the convoys traveled through the desolate country around southern Idaho towards Montana and the many families awaiting the men from Troop A. A radio squelched in the hackgroundasthetroopmoved Alexander 4rea News across the sage brush flat, COmmunications were sent and received by the radio unit MRS. GLENN HELLING at the Paul Olson home at Barbara Hienz visited her ring the unit commands and Mr. and Mrs. Harris Williston. They were here from daughter and family at Devils aneuver directions. Foggerland and Melody of Denver visiting relatives. Lake last week. Noonan, N. D., and their Mr. and Mrs. Allen Eide of Mrs. Gene Hall and Jackie Exercises on firing the tank's relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tacoma, Wash., were over- and Tim of Billings visited her Uns completed and the mortar Zeman and George of Minot, night guests at the Emmet sister, Mrs. Ford Sims, and Irriers zeroed in, the unit Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jore of Chisholm home on Saturday family, Thursday. awaited the Army Training Keene and Kim Brugger, Mr. while here to attend the Can- Pastor and Mrs. Elmer and Mrs. Carl Olson of Watford tennial Day at Roosevelt Park. Ellingson of the Buford area, City, Mrs. Kathryn Paschke Mr. and Mrs. Bill Forthun visited at the Ruth Lien home, INTER - OFR[ and Ted of Fairview, Mr. and assisted the Cliff Olsons in Tuesday. Mrs. John Melland of Buford, moving their belongings to Mrs. Jerry Slagle and Noreen MO Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Melland Verndale, Minn., the past were overnight guests at Wolf and girls of Williston, Mr. and weekend. Point, Monday, tb visit her Mrs. Dennis Melland of St. Many from this vicinity at- brother who was a patient at sin Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Loren tended the Gary Lay and Vicki the hospital. "Wse sar: Chitwood and niece, Judy; Mrs. Madison wedding at the Milton Coffee guests at the Glenn w h o . James Near, Cora, Rodrick and Brunsvold home last Sunday. Helling home the past week already nsured their Ray and Cathy Harris were June Thorsen of Williston and were Mrs. Jerry Slagle and Crops have no CaUse to worry guests at the Clarence Melland AI Chisholm were Sunday Noreen, Mrs. Clarence about hail home while here for Georgia dinner guests at the Emmet Christianson and Frankie of Melland and Ran Foggerland's Chisholm. Sidney, Mr. and Mrs. Arnie wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Har- Moo and Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy Klym, Carey stud of Chester, Mont., left last Gary Rod and youngsters, Papineau and Frankie Monday after attending the Minds Christianson and Gilbert y says: Christianson, classmates of wedding of Georgia Melland. of Warlord City, Helen Nix of wait, Beverly Swearingin, attended Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rod Bismarck and Olive Glasoe of hose h a i I her wedding at Heclo, S. D., visited her mother and Gilbert Minor were overnight guests on StOrms are getlin9 closer Saturday. Her parents, Mr. and at Wafford City, en route home Friday. Peter Helling ac- and closer. Mrs. Stan Swearingin and they were coffee guests at the companied Helen and Olive in Insure those Crops now." family also attended the Glenn Helling home. They taking their niece, Stephanie, wedding, visited the Clarence back to Canada, after spending Mrs. Ivy Heggin, Mrs. Nellie Christiansons on Saturday a month with her grandparents, I,eek and Debbie and Mrs. morning, the Glenn Hellings. Mabel Norgard brought bir- Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Moo and Richey Slagle of Miles City thday cake and honored Mrs. Bey visited the Thor Hovings at visited his parents Thursday Frank Says: Ford Sims on her birthday, Wheelock, the Norman while here on business at '"rake ad Wednesday. Evening visitors Ellingsbergs at Epping and en Fairview. ,antage of our were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Her- route home visited the Otto Messrs. and Mines. Bill cent manson. Barsbys at Williston last Forthun, Stanley Forthun and ',Count on in- Mr. and Mrs. Don Roshon Sunday. Jerry Slagles, together with Surance." and children of Seattle, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Helling other relatives, attended a were overnight guests at the and granddaughter were potluck supper for Frank, Oscar Olson home, Monday. Sunday coffee guests at the Val I,issie and Minnie Bratcher, --TRY-- Fonda and Ann Slagle left for Hienz home. Wednesday, at the Williston Washington, D. C., where they Bruce Meyer and Mrs. Becky Park. Carpenter. Seitz will get training for the U.S. Johnson and son, Jeremy, Mr. and Mrs. Kjell Bjellum Agency Department of Justice of the White Fish, Mont., visited at and family of Haiwaii visited FBI. the l,yle Brockmier home. the Jerry Slagles en route to Phone 482-1411 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson Mr. and Mrs. David Meyer Rapid City to make their home. visited the Vernon Olson family and family, Butte, arrived last Mr. and Mrs. Bill Forthun Monday and were overnight and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley guests at the Lyle Brockmier home, en route to visit other Forthun and families had a relatives at Stanley and points potluck dinner for Julius Forthun at Williston honoring in Iowa. I,yle Brockmier, Joe Weber, him on his birthday. John Mrachek and Val Hienz Mrs. Dora Bratcher is a assisted at the Centennial patient at the Mercy Hospital. BIG celebration at the Roosevelt Mrs. Glenn Helling and Park, serving buffalo barbecue granddaughter, Stephanie, DISCO U NT last Sunday. visited Minda Christianson, Florence Carlson and Warlord City, and at the Gary PRICES grandchildren, Randy and Rod home last Friday. I II II a NEW LOOK for older homes! New siding styles! Rustic siding; vertical siding; vinyl- finished siding-no painting, See them at UBC... com- plete re-siding service, with monthly pay plan. Get our quote before you buy. Phone for estimate No obligation II on " / i Fireworks U JUNSO'S 1 GAMBLE STORE UNITED BUILDING CENTERS " ..... ,Montana Phone: t82-2012 Sldy, i i I I i i SOUTH CULBERTSON S1 Weekly S nooper Dinner guests Thursday at the AI Zoanni's were her brothers, Fred Schmitz, Brockton, and Joe Schmitz, North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hackley and family took in the Poplar Wild West Days on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. AI Zoanni, Mary, Ann and Jim, attended the Kathy Wolff - Robert Sch- mitz wedding Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sundheim and family were dinner guests at the Leon Brodhead's in Sidney to honor their father on Father's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Norby and LaRae went to Miles City, Saturday, to visit Mrs. Keith Norby, who is a patient in the hospital there. They also visited at Jim Bickles in Plevna and returned home Sunday. Mrs. Quinto Ruffatto, Donald and Marguerite, Sidney, were dinner guests at the Lawrence Hernesses and they and Mrs. Herness drove to the Jean Bidegaray farm and visited along with visiting at the Herb Bacons. Mr. and Mrs. Don Zoanni attended the Bayer - Weidrich wedding Saturday in Sidney. Don, Dick and Mavis Zoanni attended the Kathy Wolff and Robert Schmitz wedding Saturday in Culbertson. Bertha Sundheim spent Father's Day in Williston with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wallace. Sunday she went to the picnic of the Sundheims at ale Sun- dheims new building. Mr. and Mrs. Don Zoanni, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heiser, Tuesday in the Mercy Hospital in Williston where she had surgery on her eyes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bertino, Culbertson, visited at the l,awrence Herness home, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sundheim and family and Bertha Sun- dheim attended the Swenson - Harmon wedding in Scobey last week. Several men helped Shorty Atwood brand Saturday. Among them were Raaums, Ray Halverson, Melvin Mor- tenson, Ronald Hauso and Clarence Waits. Danny Brodhead is visiting a few days with Scott Sundheim and Jeff Sundheim is visiting Mark Brodhead in Sidney. Fred Schmitz, Brockton, and Joe Schmitz, North Carolina, were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Zoanni. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Herness attended the Wild West Days in Poplar, Sunday. Gayle Lawson and friend, Miss Sue Levitz from California left Friday on an extended tour to the Eastern part of the United States. Many southsiders attended the Schledewitz - Salvevold wedding Sunday at Trinity l,utheran Church in Ctflbertson. Among .them were Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGinnis and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hackley, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hackley, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hackley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Steppler and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Raaum. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., June 28, 1972 - 5B pounds 13/4 ounces so the Burgess's will receive a beef roast of,the same weight. The CowBelles give a prize to the parents of the first baby born on or after Father's Day. -- Russ Wells Photo Lambert, visited the ladies father, Jacob Sticka, at the Dickinson Nursing Center, while in Dickinson they also visited their brother, the Jacob Sticka family. Rhonda Sundheim had several guests in Thursday evening for a tent slumber party. Mrs. Melvin Mortenso.n spent Walz Services Held June 26 Funeral services for Walter R. Walz, 74, of Sidney were held at 2 p.m. June 26, 1972, at Trinity Lutheran Church with the Rev. Arlyn Russert of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Ferdinahd Walz, Herman Walz, Gerhard Walz, Leo Walz, Gust Brunmeier and Fred Brun- meier. Ushers were Bryan Cummins and Daniel Walz. Douglas Johnson sang "Rock of Ages" and "Just As I Am" ac- companied by Laura Daniels. Interment was in Richland Memorial Park with Fulkerson Funeral Home in charge. Walter Richard Walz was born Dec. 18,1897, son of Daniel and Wilhelmina Walz at Freeman, S. D. He attended schools in Freeman and in 1914 moved with his parents to Zap, N. D. Later he farmed five miles north of Zap. He married Alvina Brunmeier on Nov. 21, 1921, at Zap. He continued to farm until moving to Sidney in 1940 where he has worked on farms, for the City of Sidney and at Occident Elevator Company. In 1959 he retired and has lived in Sidney since. Alvina passed away on Aug. 24, 1965. He was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church. He passed away at Com- munity Memorial Hospital Thursday, June 22, 1972. Survivors include: three sons, Norbert of Billings, LeRoy of Beach, N. D., and Melvin of Sidney; four daughters, Mrs. Le Verne (Irene) Brown of Crane, Mrs. Doris Weisgerber of Vernal, Utah; Mrs. Bernice Cummins of Fairview, and Mrs. Charles (Edna) Backs of Groton, Conn.; four brothers, Herman and Leo of Beulah, N. D.; Ferdinand of Bismarck, N. D., and Gerhard of Zap, N. D.; 17 grandchildren and five great - grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Alvina, in 1965; one son, Raymond in 1931; two brothers, William and Erhhardt; and two sisters, Mrs. Jacob (Hella) Weigum and Mrs. Gust (Emma) Brunmeier. Fulkerson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Hair Fashion Pat Kwasney and Debbie Norby hove just returned from a Bismarck seminar which was conducted by teachers from Toronto Canada. Previously they attended a seminar in Billings, they were shown the latest in hair fashion Qnd design The Latest Style is Permanent Waving For Men "it Really Looks Neat" Hrs: 5-5 - Tues.-Sat. 8-9 - Wed.-Thurs.-Fri. Win A FREE Permanent Wave by guessing the right mirror For Further Information Call PAT or DEBBIE Kathie Albertson Part-Time Thursday Nights BEAUTY SALON 115 West Main Ph. 482-1696 The Latest In ROAST WINNER -- Mr. and Mrs. Alan Burgess, Sidney, received the CowBelles Father's Day Baby Contest prize this year when their son, Neal Patrick, was born on June 19. Neal weighed 9 -- Ill Ill II I I I I I | I " " See George g. Swenson BLUE SHIELD for Famous Greap or ladlvldani Health Plum 220 E. Main Office 482 - 2312 Home 482