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6B - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., June 28, 1972 Roads, Youngsters Are 'Deadly Pair' Highways and young people have becOme a deadly combin- ation in Montana. Current sta- tistics indicate that approxi- mately one out of 30 high school students in Montana will be killed or injured in an autmle accident nextyear, the insurance Informatiou In- stitute reports. In Montana during 1970, close to 2,000 people between the ages of 15 and 19 were killed or injured ;n automo- bile accidents. Thatflgure rep- resents one-fourth of all the highway accident victims, - iii iiiii I i Roundup We are pleased to announce a special showing of art at the J, K. Ralston Museum and Art Center during the 4th of July celebration in Sidney. There will he several Ralston originals hanging in the gallery along with a collection of western art by Roscoe White Eagle, who makes his home at Poplar. Dave Shannon from Dutton, Mont., who received his masters degree in western American History at Bozeman this past year is helping out at the Museum. We are most fortunate to have this talented young man's help and at present he is restoring the replica of Fort Union built in 1963 by the eighth grade class in the Sidney School under the direction of Bill Burnison. We especially need old dishes and glass, we will display it with care. We hope the ladies in the area would like to share those lovely old pieces given them by their grandmothers with all of us! Remember the Museum Hours: 10 to 12 a.m. - 1 to 5 p.m. - 6 to 8 p.m, Tuesday through Saturday except no evening hours on Saturday. Then Sunday 1 to 4 p.m. from an age group that makes up only six per cent of the to- tal driving population in the state. Althoth the number of in- juries and deaths in the state among teen-rs decreased for the first time in many years during 1970, the acci- dent ratio among the state's younger drivers continued at a disproportionate level. National figures are even more revealing of this tragic highway safety problem. "Highway accidents are, by more than four toone, the lead- ing cause of death among young people in the nation today," the Institute said. "In fact, highway fatalities exceed the number of all other accidental deaths combined," Nationally last year, 16,500 individuals in the 15 to 24 age bracket died as a result of traffic accidents, 30 per cent of all those who died. The Institute urges all of Montana's young drivers to be patient in the early years of learning to drive.- Safe driv- ing is a matter of staying within your capabilities, and only experience gained through the years will enable you to avoid getting in over your head. tO Carol's Gift Shoppe see the Insect Patio Accessories and Indian Wind Bells snd lots more Kiwanians Announce Contest The Rural Beautification committee of the Sidney Kiwanis Club announce their plans for the 1972 rural beautification contest. As they did last year the committee would like the rural families to invite the Kiwanis club to their farm. Judges will he non Kiwanians and will he judging the farms some time in July. The exact date will be announced later. This year instead of having several categories to judge it has been decided to judge the farm borne on an overall basis. The farms will be judged on appearance of buildings, the quality, neatness and variety of .... flowers, trees, shrubs, hedges and lawns. Winners will be recognized at the Kiwanis booth at the l{ichland County Fair and at a Kiwanis banquet later this fall. A trophy will be given to the winner plus cash prizes to the top four winners. First prize will be $35, second prize $25, third prize $12.50, and fourth prize $7.50. The committee would like to emphasize that all rural homes are eligible for judging, both irrigated and dry farms are urged to enter. Start to get your farm ready now for the judging in July. Entry NEW BUSINESS -- Lambert has a new building in town. The building, shown under construction, will be Al's Repair Shop, and is owned by Allen Thiessen of MRS. FRANK I,EENS Mr. and Mrs. Bert Youngstrom were honored for their silver wedding an- niversary June 23 at their home in Cartwright. His niece, Mrs. David Iverson, Dare, made and decorated a three - tiered cake with a silver wedding top. The cake was cut and served by Mrs. Iverson and Mrs. Marie Hunst of Belmond, Iowa, poured the coffee. The honored couple received a crsage and boutonnier from Mrs. Frank Lassey. The cake centered the table and was flanked with pink candles and silver doilies, peony and rose flowers. Gifts of cash were presented to them. About 30 guests were present in the afternoon and others came in the evening. Some came Saturday afternoon and evening. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lassey was baptized Sunday at St. Michael's Episcopal Church. Father LouisCoffin officiated. She was named Michelle Marie. Sponsors were Mrs. David I,assey and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rossol. Mrs. Marian Lassey, grandmother of the baby, served lunch after the services. Mr. and Mrs. Severt Sponheim were among those who attended the silver wed- ding Wednesday for Mr. and Mrs. David Iverson of rural Fairview at their home. Thursday evening they were supper guests at the home of Gyda Swenson. Mrs. Frank Lassey, ac- companied by her sister, Mrs. blanks and further instructions Bernice Harris, and Mrs. Oscar in Our Nation Today." will appear later in the Sidney Johnson, left Saturday for A week ago Saturday, Mrs. Herald. Superior to attend a silver Stella Odegaard, Mrs. Wallace ., ,, wedding honoring their nephew Hagen and son, Ronald, and a I SUBSCRIBE [ and his wife. friend of Ran, all of Williston, Janet Johnson returned were here to pick up a few ! home, Thursday, from the things of Mrs. Odegaards. to tho Herald . . Farmers Union youth tour to Mrs. Marian Lassey was an I the Twin Cities. overnight guest of Mrs. Bert It's Easy Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson Youngstrom, Saturday. attended church services at Mrs. Frank I,eens attended I I I Ill I I I BEET GROWERS! Before you buy any Beet Body check the features offered by DIAMOND EQUIPMENT on the Omaha Standard Body We have been servicing this area for 10 years and we will have facilities in Fairview during beet season to help you with any problems you may have To look at the Diamond Beet End Gate these are the following beet growers that have purchased our equipment VERNON KLOSE 2 units LEONARD NORBY 2 units MARLIN NORBY 2 units CARL MILLER 1 unit- RALPH HURLEY I unit the people who want the best buy Diamond Products Diamond Equipment Alexander, Sunday, and were dinner guests of their daughter, Mrs. Art I,ink. Vernon Klose of Fairview had the misfortune to break his leg last Monday and was hospitalized at Sidney until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Thorgramson and family spent the weekend camping and fishing at Tobacco Gardens. Mrs. Royle Koch, Mrs. Eva Hall and Mrs. Hall's niece and her husband of Fort Dodge, Iowa, were supper guests on Thursday at Alfred Gulliksons. Those who drove to the Rock Museum at ParshaU, N. D., Sunday were: Messrs. and Mines. Forest Johnson, Alfred Gullikson, Arthur Paulson, l,awrence Croy, Severet Sponheim, John Dunbar, William [,aBBey, William Dobias, Jerry Lassey and children, Jim Gullikson and children. Picnic dinner was enjoyed in the park in New Town. They enjoyed the lovely rock formations at the museum and also visited the Four Bears Indian Museum at Four Bears and had coffee in the picnic area in front of the museum there, On  back:bome from the Rock Museum at Parshall, the William I_sseys and Bill Dobias visited at the Gunther and Arne Harms homes. Pan[sons and Forrest Johnsons stopped at the Halver Rolfrud home. Sioux Farmers Union Local of Cartwright served a 6:30 supper at the Civic Center in Watford City, Friday, for the McKenzie County Farmers Union Convention. Mrs. William Lassey had charge of the memorial service and Mrs. Jerry Lassey played the piano fl)r the community singing. Markell Gjelstad, state youth director, spoke on "The Youth I the potluck picnic dinner at the Alexander Park, Sunday, sponsored by the Williston Sectional Center Postmasters and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson I II Ill Ill I I 7th Annual Glendive Jaycees 4th of July . TENNIS TOURNAMENT Saturday and Sunday . OUTDOOR DANCE Monday Night -k FAMILY PICNIC AND ACTIVITIES All Day Tuesday . PARADE Tuesday . DEMOLITION DERBY Tuesday Night . FIREWORKS DISPLAY Tuesday after Dark IIIII and Mrs. Catherine Hunst attended the funeral of Chester Perry at the Fulkerson Funeral Home in Sidney on Monday. The Perrys were residents in our cormnunity several years ago and known by many. Sympathy is extended to Emil Perry and relatives. Roy Johnson and Mrs. Catherine Hunst called at the Frank I,eens home Tuesday to visit Mrs. Marie Hunst, a sister-in-law of Catherine. They later called on Mrs. Agnes Croy. Visitors at the Johnson home that afternoon were Emil Perry and Fred Maurer of Fairview. Mrs. Marie Hunst, Julius I,eens and Mrs. Frank Leens attended the ice cream pie social at the Richland Homes on Sunday in Sidney. They also visited Mrs. Emma Leens, Emil Johnson and Hulda Stall. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Berry and children and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Tabbert spent Sunday at th Trenton Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Youngstrom and two boys of Virginia, Minn., nephew of the Bert Youngstrom here, came Saturday to pay his uncle a visit. In the afternoon they visited Mrs. Marie Swenson, his aunt, and some of his cousins near Dare. They later visited his aunt, Mrs. Helen Hood, and cousin in Sidney. Tom Oakland was honored on his 80th birthday, Sunday, by his family with a dinner at his home. Mrs. Oscar Oakland brought a beautiful decorated four tiered cake with numerals "80" in blue on top of the cake. Blue candies and flowers centered the table with the cake. Present were his two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Emery and two daughters and Mrs. Jerry Emery and daughter of Battle Creek, Mich.; Trevor Oakland of Williston and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oakland and sons. Mrs. Frank I,eens received word of her brother-in-law, Wesley Gue, of Spokane, Wash., Friday, and again on Saturday, that it was necessary to amputate both his hands above the wrists. He was burned and nearly electricuted on the job as helper with a machine operator on the Burlington - Northern Railroad and it took the operator 20 minutes to massage his heart to revive him. He was flown to the hospital in Spokane by ' .  helicopter from the scene of the accident. Gue was born and raised in the Fairview com. munity and any one who would like to send him a card can send it to Wesley W. Gue, West 1619 llth, Spokane, Wash., 99204. A week ago, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. George Dobias attended Roosevelt Park celebration. l,ast Sunday (hey and Mr. and Mrs. Bjarne Walla and Freddie Walla and two sons went to Medora sightseeing and also to the burning coal mine. Williston & Dickinson the Co. with personel service .... I ] II III I I II , , i:;i!i/i)ii! iiii(ii / Ill I Ill II I I I I I I HIGHWAY HOSTESS -- Lisa the 2,000 or more tourists who Conger, Helena, a junior at the visit the center, Miss Conger University of Montana, assists directs them to scenic and tourists with their trips historic sites, provides throughout Montana when camping and hiking in- the), stop at her information formation, and helps them desk located in the l0bby of the plan their trip to take ad- Montana Department of High- vantage of special events. The vays building, across from desk is open weekdays from 8 the state Capitol. Giving in- a.m. t .5 p.m. dividual attention to each of I I Ill II II I Remove Rust and Scales from your Engine Block with our Newly Installed PORTA FLUSH We also have flow tester servie iii i i j iiii 20% OFF WINDSHIELD*REPLAcEMENTS Sidney Radiator and Glass Shop Phone: 482-1910 After Hours: 482-3294 124 N. Cntral , WILLISTON WAREHOUSE FOO 21 West Broadway Formerly Co-op Market Our WHY PAY MORE? Price Occident Flour .98 2.1 Occident Flour Occident Flour Roka Dressing Tide Detergent o=, Kraft 8 oz. Tide Detergent 1.4 Tomato Juice Red Salmon lJbbyllb. 1.1! Jell0 .I IPitted Dates J39' Cookies Kernel Corn Charmin Tissue Orange Drink Tomato Juice Bordo 2 lb. 3/111 butter 303 HiC 4 Roll Hunts 46 oz. Detergent Oxydol Giant IPaper Plates l%.dura 100ct. Scott Jumbo IPaper Towels Roll.3 Iquaker Oats .6 S.M.A. 13 oz. (:an Miracle Whip [Folgers Coffee 3 lb. l,g. Box IWheaties ,,,,, .5 Rice Krispies ,00oz Sugar ,o,,., 1 Potato Chips Tw,.,a00 Black Pepper Schilling 4 Salt Tube Super Vain .1t IChoc. Quik Nestle 2lb. " ICake Mix ,,u,.,,o..,.o, .3 iCandy Bars Asst. 10c Baby Food Gerbc.rt st. il Cigarettes .o. Carton Cigarettes King 3 Mission Peaches Trash Bags 10ct. IDowney Softenerv Pork and Beans : [Wagner's Drink ... Del Monte Catsup These ore just o few ever low prices you will find shopping WILLISTON ii .I daY WAREHOUSE, . You can save 1 0% to 20%  on your total grocery bdl ' NO GAMES - NO.MEMBERSHIP REQUIREI Buy all you con carry - one can, one case or a carload