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MRS. PETER HEINLE Gable, daughter of and Mrs. Tom Gable Jr., returned from Utah, where she and other Richland County 4- members were exchange to that area. Corrine Brigham, Utah. The by car and enjoyed a through the Yellowstone She stayed with Mr. and George Welsh who had children ranging in age 6 to 16. This was quite a for Debbie to enjoy this household and the way in live and farm in that Debbie has been a 4-H for several years and done some outstanding in the club. Mr. and Mrs. John Hardy, ,and Mrs. Benoit Hardy, ynn left the last of the week for Canada, where reunion of the families. They were there by Shirley Hardy an Francisco and Mr. and Charles Flynn of Salt City. Shirley returned with her parents, Mr. and Benoit Hardy, and will here for a month. was a picnic for and children at the Park, Friday, which the end of the kin- for the East Fair- School. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flynn, Lake City, are visiting at home of his parents, Mr. Mrs. Robert Flynn Jr. Idrs. Myra Rasmussen, who been teaching in East for several years, igned this year to take her She will go to Minot she plans to make her near her son and family. and Mrs. Ronnie Gross amily will spend the fourth sister and family, Mr. Mrs: Fred Gardner, ltr. and Mrs. Floyd Barnhart daughters, Patty and Columbia Falls, were uests of Mrs. Viola several days last and visited relatives at Idr. and Mrs. Albert Miller, and Mrs. Alfred Miller, Mr. Mrs. Carl Miller and Mr. Mrs. Harlow Beiber and t and Becky and Mr. and Fred Miller went Bozeman over the week- where the Miller held a family reunion. were Mr. and Miller Butte; Mr. and Baker, and and Mrs. Bill Miller, Two daughters and families were unable to Freida, who lives in and Pauline, who at Culbertson. Mrs. Gene randdaughter, also Seattle and then aCCompanied her parents, Mr. al Mrs. Albert Miller, back to Vairview for a visit. .r. and Mrs. Fred Miller v,! ve moved from Sidney to _Vairview to make their home. They recently purchased the Daisy Clark property in Bainville to attend the high musical group, gave a concert Fairview and have built on and school reunion over the on Monday at the Zion remodeled the house on that lot. weekend. Cliff graduated from l,utheran Church. Bill Sullivan, Mrs. Albert Miller spent a Bainville High School and his son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill few days in Williston last week sister, Mrs. Johnson, attended Sullivan, was a member of the with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Miller. school there before coming to group. I,ittle Beth Ann was operated Fairview to attend high school. The Hope Circle of the Zion on during the week at a Joan Johnson, Wolf Point, l.utheran Church, met this Williston Hospital. spent the weekend here at the week with Mrs. Eldean Flynn Mr. and Mrs. Bill Giese home of her parents, Mr. and as the hostess. visited this week with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Johnson. Shari, Mark and Lisa Mrs. Peter Heinle. They made Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Berry Sullivan, spent the weekend at the trip out to the Heinles in and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mc- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill their recently renovated 1924 Ford. Mr. Giese, whose hobby is restoring old cars, did a bang-up job on this car. Mr. and Mrs. Jon Dahlburg have moved into the Giese house in East Fairview. Mr. Dahlburg is the new principal at the Fairview Consolidated Schools. Charles Giese and family, Billings, arrived on Friday to visit over the holidays at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Giese. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Giese and Charles Giese and family went to Dickinson over the weekend where Bill drove one of his antique cars in the parade there. They all visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Giese Jr. and family there. Faith Circle of the Zion Donald and Mrs. Julene Kling and children attended the stock car races at the Willlston Fair, Thursday. Montie Berry had one of the cars in the races. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Noteboom and daughters visited one evening this week with Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Heinle and family. Lynn Norby, who attends college in Minot, spent the long weekend here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I,oren Norby, Carl Morgan, Minot, was a houseguest over the weekend at the Norby home. Mr. and Mrs. John Martin, I,as Vegas, were recent visitors at the home of his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin, and also visited other relatives here. I,ewis, Skaar. -Mr. and Mrs. Jake Strenel, Denver, visited the Reidel families over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Watson and Shawanette, have moved to Williston where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Payette and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lester and family spent the weekend fishing and camping at Tobacco Gardens. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nagel and family, New Salem, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill White, Kendrich, Idaho, spent the weekend here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ochs. Kathy and Gary, children of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Olson, Columbia Falls, are here visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hayden. Michael Weiser visited last USING LITTER -- The Brorson Far- mhands 4-H Club, used old cans to build a helper and get their point across -- Keep Montana Green. The sign and helper are posted along Montana Highway 16 about five miles northwest of Sidney. Motorists The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., July 5, 1972 - 7 are reminded that the penalty for lit- tering Montana highways is $200. -- Don Mrachek Photo Lutheran Church will meet this Bill Martin and Mr. and Mrs. week at the home of his mother, week with Mrs. Ruth Brodhead. Johnny Burns, Aliquippa, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Eldin Johnson. W U r n If you have never seen a have been here visiting at the Michael was on leave from the  | turkey buzzard you may see homeofMr, andMrs. Charles Navy and returned to Hawaii, !Rambling Along[ Hot House them in the Nohly area. Several Martin. Bill Martin is a brother where he is stationed. different ones have reported of Charles Martin. Mr. andMrs. AlfredVaira, l i PI seeing them and from reports A.M. Wilea celebrated his Mrs. Ora Sheehan and Mrs. ant s I nt o they seem to enjoy having 81st birthday on Monday at his Bertha Sheehan, who is here I :lm. wl | someone to watch them and home when relatives and visiting from California, visited GO ucum ers especially a car that they can friends called to wish him a Tuesday at the home of Mr. and i  DAN PRICE  + fly over. happy birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Elroy Hurley and family. I" ' I Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Eddie West and children are Mrs. Odis Childers ,... Noteboom, Laurie and Denise, here visiting his parents, Mr. celebrated her th birthday .m,.'-.,,+_m,-,mt_.,.m..,-,.,,...+..m, a have been here from Min- and Mrs. Clair West. They are this week at Rlchland Homes. neapolis visiting at the home of fromGreybull, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Childers, No sale this 4th of July week farm machinery costs are i . his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don "The Crusades" a sacred Penny and Peggy and Mr. and at our market. As explained double, wages are 200 to 250 per Noteboom.  Mrs. Elroy Hurley, Susan, before, with the 4th on Tuesday cent higher, as compared to 20 Mr. and Mrs. Adam Wentz -- Teresa and Philip, went to the and between our two sale days, years ago. So it is about time wenttoHarveyFridayandon On Honor Roll Hometohelphercelebrate. itjustseemedtomakesenseto forachange. ,t-'_ Saturday attended funeral Mrs. Ralph Hurley and Cindy do this. So back on regular l,ooking ahead to marketing services for her nephew, Larry G. Rogness, Sidney, have gone to Ryal, Iowa, to schedule-hogs and sheep next those calves this fall, this Rodney Wagner, and her was named to the spring visit relatives and to see her Monday and cattle on Wed- surely is another one of those sister's son-in-law, Francis quarter President's Honor List father who is ill. nesday, years, to market through our Hartle, East Grand Forks, who were both killed in an accident near Manvel, N. D., Thursday evening. The Wagner boy and his brother were visiting their sister and family in East Grand Forks when the accident happened. The Mondak 4-H Clubs made a trip to Williston last week. There were 19 members and five adults who made the trip. The group had lunch in the Park and then toured the salt plant. En route home they visited both the site of old Fort Buford where they went through the museum and also the site where excavation is in progress at old Fort Union. The youngsters were thrilled with this part of the trip and enjoyed seeing the old relics. Fred Karst left on Thursday for Spokane where he w visit his daughter, Mrs. Pete Kaimas, at the Sacred Heart Hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Stubbs came from Minot to spend the fourth weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Stubbs and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Johnson went to VIVA! " our Spanish and American Food Shopping in Sidney Drop in During $idney's Sidewalk Bazaar BEST EATING PLACE IN TOWN at the North Dakota State School of Science, Wahpeton. To be named, students must attain a grade point average of 3.50 for the quarter. The North Dakota State School of Science is the third largest college in the state. I I ONE DAY ONLY July 7 THAT'S FRIDAY EAGLE CAFE Mrs. Mossie Artz, visited one afternoon this week with Mrs. Charles Martin. Mrs. Carrie Messner was also a visitor there one day this week. Mrs. Ella Anderson was hostess to the members of the Esther Circle at her home on Thursday. Ill' I I IJvestock prices at this time are as high as we have seen them for some time. Actually prices received by farmers are reported only six per cent above 20 years ago. Retail prices are up 43 per cent, real estate taxes are up 3.8 times, I,ivestock Auctions to receive that top dollar. Demand will be strong and when you get that competitive bidding, you will arrive at that true market value! Meat is strong demand and feeders this fall will be really looking for all classes of cattle. Keep cucumber cool this summer with a H ot po int air conditioner from.. I[ I I I I I I I I Illlllll II I Come and Crisp DOLLAR BILLS FOR ONLY Get em Limit, one to a customer please ii i i iiiiiiflll i NRTIONRL SIDNEY, @ nd NK MONTANA Center of Downtown Sidney I I Illl[ I I I I I I Ill I I I I II I Ill Illll Illll II I 'it +