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6 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., July 5, 1972 MORE ROOM -- Richland Homes Is dition of 14 rooms on the present building. eding their facilities with the ad- The expansion will add room for 22 more residents and is expected to be completed by Sept. I. -- Don Mrachek Photo Sheltered Workshop Directors Meeting Directors of the Region 5 Eastern Montana Sheltered Workshop Inc., met in Terry June 12, at the Community Church. A drive to raise $315 from donations in each of the 16 eastern counties for matching funds for a federal grant was only successful in half of the counties. Counties that came up with $315 or more were: Garfield, McCone, Dawson, Wibaux, Prairie, Sheridan, Roosevelt and Rosebud. Richland County had only contributed $45, even though letters of appeal were sent to every service club and to all church organizations in the county. Ted aster, director of the Sheltered Workshop, which opened in April in Miles City, reported they had finished their first wheat contract, making paper weights for the Montana Wheatgrowers Association. They were getting a contract for making boot jacks for the Jordan CowBelles. Their sales of agate paperweights and key chains was reported good. They were planning to make i tl i im RECEPTION for Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fisher at ALE HALL July 9, 2:00 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited I ii i I I I I I I cement flower pots, and could use more agates for ash trays and pen holders. Five clients were at work, with applications filed for nine more from Custer, Carter, McCone, Rosebud, Garfield and Dawson Counties. Ap- plication forms are available at the office of the County Health nurse and at the Welfare Office. The next meeting of the board of directors will be at the new facility "Eastern Montana Industries" at 1:30 on July 10 at the Miles City Fairgrounds. The public is invited to attend and to visit the workshop. Lambert Area ,News CONNIE TORGERSON There was a wagon train at Fritz Rehbeins, Sunday, held for Mr. and Mrs. Michael Plumb and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Williams, Seattle, Wash. They watched the July 4th parade Tuesday and at- tended a dinner for them af- terwards at Mrs. Agnes Reh- bein's. They left for home on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lutke, Missoula, were overnight guests of the Howard Shultz's and the C. R. Thiessens several days ago. They lived in the Lambert area some tittle ago. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reiner and grandson, Donnie Olson, Bozeman, spent a few days at the Alex Hill's. Mr. and Mrs. Jim St. Peter, Miles City, were here for the weekend. While here they went on the wagon train out at Reh- beins. Mrs. Marie" A. Backes and Theresa returned home on Friday from a one week vacation in Yellowstone Park with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ket- terling and Shane, Miles City. Mrs. Robert Conners, Burlingame, Calif., arrived here Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. Io Prevost, I I The Family of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. (Pun) Mlnser invite all friends and relatives to a OPEN HOUSE To celebrate their WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Sunday, July 16 - 2-5 p.m. at the Rlchland National Bank Hospitality Room I ]1 I II Bottled and Distributed by Sidney, and other relatives in the Lambert and Sidney area. The Wymen Haskins, their children and grandchildren, the Ballingers, Columbus, Ohio, have been spending a few days at the Oscar Kvaalens. His dad homesteaded here and he taught in a rural school south of town many years ago. Stanley Thornton was a Sunday dinner guest of the Clint Mullins. The Jimmy Mullins were Sunday dinner guests of the Bob Prevosts. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prevost and family, Sidney, were Sunday visitors of the Jerry Redlins. Altar Society was held at Mrs. Agnes Rehbeila,s, Thur-+ sday. Mrs. Rehbein and Mrs. Mary Alice Rehbein were the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. John Prevost are the proud parents of a baby boy born Saturday night and weighing six pounds seven ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Backes went with David Mullin to the Pines, near Fort Peck, Sunday, and returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kvaalen were on a trip to Helena, Thursday through Saturday, where they attended the State Republican Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prevost and girls went fishing at tock Creek near Fort Peck, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Backes and family went fishing at Fort Peck over the weekend. Lundby Returns From Meeting Dale A. I,undby, S.W. of Sidney, Special Agent for the Montana Agency of the Prudential Insurance Co., is back home from the firm's four day regional business con- ference of leading underwriters Whiting Earns Special Award Ray N. Whiting, Western Life agent in Sidney, will attend a four day sales conference at Sun Valley, Idaho. The sales meeting, sponsored by Western Life Insurance Company, starts July 3. Whiting was one of only 30 agents of all Western's in the West held at the Del MSnte Hyatt House in Mon- terey, Calif. Lundby was welcomed to the confab by Frederick A. Sehnell, senior vice president in charge of western operations. Schnell and other high ranking executives were the featured speakers at the conference. While there, Lundby attended a series of seminars that covered a wide range of sub- jects, including business in- surance, pension programs, estate planning and variable annuities. Gertrude Moran representatives from coast to coast to qualify for the Services Held President's Circle. He will join 95 other Company leaders who have demon. strated their proficiency ih Life underwriting, to study the latest techniques in estate planning, group and life in- surance, plus mutual funds. DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY " Sidney, Montana Funeral services for H. Gertrude Moran, 81, of Crane were held at 2 p.m. Friday, June 30, 1972 at People's Congregational Church in Sidney with Rev. Dwight Harshman officiating. Pallbearers were Edward Burns, Arthur Christensen, Wayne Dardis, John Holbrook, / Vernon Peterson and Joe Stevenson, Ushers were Dale Eschenbacher, Bernard Hart and Gene Peterson. Amy Quilling sang "The Old Rugged Cross" and "The Last Mile of the Way" accompanied by Marian Herron. Interment was in Sidney Cemetery. Hazel Gertrude Moran was born July 30, 1890, in Coon Rapids, Iowa, daughter of John and Ella Smith. She moved with her parents to Jefferson, Oklahoma where she grew up and attended schools. In 1914, she came to Montana with her parents where she homesteaded near Sidney. On June 8, 1927, she married Harry Moran at Glendive. They farmed in the Sidney area until 1932 when they bought a farm near Crane where they have lived since. Harry died on Nov. 9, 1966. She passed away on Tuesday, June 27, at Community Memorial Hospital. She is survived by her son, Harold, Savage. "Fulkerson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. ONE DAY ONLY Women's Friday, July 7 Tank Tops Women's ,., Pykette Pan Pink Blue $247 White Girls' 100% Polyester Reg. Sl 2" Only $8 97 Shorts and Tops Sizes 4to 14 21=3 00 00)resses ...... shirts ............... Do-00S .................. .... Compare at Reg. Values to $14" Bedspreads $500 Men's Sport Coats =1000 ....  ,,, J_ _ - ILl I Swan Soft Irregular  I I Men's I_ IIII Diapers s19s Dog. 100% Textured Polyester Pants =5 00 =10 I II J Men's Sport Shirts $2oo I II I Men's Knit Shirts Women's I IIIIII IIII I Swim Suits II  IIIIII II IIII II I $ 2 for O0 Body Shirts Values to s7 00 I $497