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# o D . a w LI] , montana -Jr Food Drinks Gary Foster TAKE A BREAK f Relaxing Atmosphere NIGHTLY In ge Visit the LaChateau Dining 5 to 12 p.m. Nightly 16, The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., July 5, 1972 EXPANDING -- Montgomery Wards Hansen Catalo@tm Agency of Sidney Is exlmding their facilities in Sidney with the remodeling of a vacant service sts- tlon on Second Avenue Northwest. They are adding 1,518 square feet of space to the existing facility and expect completion by Nov. I. Norm Zieske and UBC are doing the work. Dolt Harris designed the addition. --Don Mruchek Photo Mona-Chartey Creek News FRANCES STEPPLER Priny Sehlenz, Mrs. LaVon Schlenz and Randy and Mrs. Harry Hagen returned from Burup, Minn., where they at. tended funeral services for their cousin, Cliff Busse. Mrs. LaVon Seldenz, Mrs. Johnny Verhasselt, Mrs. Alfred Vaira and Mrs. Ora Sheehan, Sidney, took Mrs. Bertha Sheehan, who has been visiting here from California, to Fort Peck where she will visit for a week before returning to CaEforrda, The Frank Cornelia family, Columbia Falls, are visiting his mother, Mrs. Bertha Cornelia, and other relatives. Mrs. Johnny Ruffatto, Barbara, Jamie and Dominic, were in Williston visiting on Friday. Sheri Schlenz is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Vaira, Fair- view, a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. LaVon Schlenz and family attended LaVon's 20th class reunion in Sidney, Saturday night and Sunday. Barbara Ruffatto spent a few days visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Leo O'Connor, last week. Renee Rauschendorfer is in Sidney visiting her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Jaeger. Pete Ruffatto and Mrs. Harold Tolksdorf attended the Farmers Elevator Picnic and Migrant Worker Dies On Farm all of' Crystal City; two brothers, Felipe of Eagle Pass, Tex., and Rodrigo of San An- Tonio, 'rex.; and two sisters, Maria Fuentes of Del Rio, Tex., and Conception of El Moral, CoBb, Mexico. The body has been sent to Crystal City for services and burial. Fulkerson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Roping Winners Winners in the Valley Vu Team roping Friday were Dr. Douglas and Tom Franzen. Chuck Thompsen and Randy Reidle took second place honors. Team roping is held at the new Valley Vu roping arena northeast of Fairview each Friday evening. Trinidad Fuentes, 54, a migrant beet worker, died Friday at the Harold Dahl farm of an apparent heart attack. He was born July 19, 1918, in El Moral, Coah, Mexico, son of Erasmo and Julia Fuentes. He grew up in Mexico and married Anna Garcia in El Moral, .where they farmed until two years ago when they moved to Crystal City, 'rex. They came to Sidney for farm work con- trscted by Holly Sugar Co. and have been working at the Harold Dahl farm the past month. Survivors include the widow: Anna; five sons, Jesus of Weldo0a, Colo.; Reymundo of San Antonip, Tex., Evello, Rojelio and Jose, all of Crystal City, Tex.; six daughters, Maria and Delia, both of El Moral, CoBb, Mexico; Con- suelo, Carmel, Elva and Silvia, PAY NO MORE] BUY THE BEST! * Planning Assistance * Construction Service Service.After-The-Sale * Broad Range of Bin Sizes to Meet Your Needs I Martini Steel, Inc. meeting in Brockton, Saturday. Mrs. Tolksdorf also visited the Tony Ruffatto's. Mr. and Mrs. Butch Candee, Mrs. Les Candee, Dabble and Doris, attended the wedding of Sarah Milne and Mark Car- penter in Sidney on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tolksdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmitz and Joe Schmitz helped Raymond and Stephen Schmitz brand Monday. They were supper guests at the Raymond SehmRz. Mrs. Anna Sehmitz is a medical patient in the Culbertson hospital. Thursday morning neighbor ladies surprised Mrs. Robert Schmitz with a birthday coffee party at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fisher returned from their honeymoon in Canada, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fisher and girls went to Missoula over the weekend to visit her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith, Sidney, were callers at the Harold Tolksdorf's Saturday and all went to help Jerry Fisher celebrate his birthday. Lenora Edeburn, Sidney, spent the weekend at the Clyde Garten's. Saturday callers to honor Clyde Brand were Mrs. Wilton Josephson, Mrs. Don Edeburn and Candy, Rhnnda and Janie Hollom. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fisher, Billings, spent the weekend .visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ruffatto and other relatives. Sidney Rainbow Girls Attend Grand Assembly Eleven Rainbow girls and three advisors from Sidney Assembly 23 attended the Grand Assembly Session in Helena, Mont. Theme of this session was "One Nation Under God". Sidney girls appointed to Couple Honored On Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fenske were honored by their children on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary with a luncheon at the Lalonde Hotel. They were married in LeMars, Iowa, on June 17, 1922, homesteaded in the Intake community and later ranched west of Crane until their retirement. The Rev. R. A. Fenske, brother of Mr. Fenske, opened with prayer and comments appropriate to the occasion. Several of the guests, who were in attendance at their chivaree 50 years ago, reminisced about their early days of homesteading as neighbors of the Fenskes. Following the luncheon, Mrs. Reinhold Fenske cut the wedding cake as it was served to the guests. Two children were born to the Fenskes: Louis, of Raleigh, N. Edgar Fisher, Wolf Point, C., and Janice, now Mrs. Earl were callers at the Les Can- Peace, Bozeman. They have dee's Sunday. four grandchildren. Robert Rauschendorfer is Out of town guests included working at the Bert the Rev. and Mrs. Fenske of Bidegaray's. Boulder, Colo., and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Irigoin, Mrs. Earl Peace of Bozeman. " Elmdale, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Rauschendorfer at supper in Poplar, Saturday. Several from this community attended open house at the Elrndale Hall for Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sheeban's silver wedding anniversary. Sunday dinner guests at the Mel Rauschendorfer's was Jim Steppler, Elmdale. Relatives and friends charavaried Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sehmitz at their home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Steppler drove to Sidney, Wednesday, to visit CaYs cousin's, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hughes, Harry Blish and Chars Helm, Wilcox, Sask., who were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steppler in Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Steppler attended the surprise lawn party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gartner's silver wedding anniversary which was held at their home, Friday. serve during this session were: Grand Musician Penny Mc- Morris, Grand Teller Jann Harper, Grand Choir Laura Sampson. Nancy Peterson was appointed Grand Represen- tative to Mississippi for the coming year. Officers of Sidney Assembly 23 who attended the Grand Assembly Session were: Worthy Advisor, Jann Harper, Worthy Associate Adisor, Laura Sampson, Charity, Nancy Peterson; Hope, Kay Whiting, and Faith, Joy - Lynn Lindberg. Members attending were Bonnie Riek, Cheryl Driver, Debbie Driver, Lynn Dasinger, Penny McMorris and Mary Dana. Mr. and Mrs. Jack announc e the forthcoming marriage CH]ISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH E. Mein and Thlrd 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a,rn. -- Morning Worship ?:30 p.m.  Ev.ntng WorShip Thursday 7:30 p,m. -- The Mid.Week Fellowship Hour LUTHERAN BRETHREN CHURCH 203 Second Avenue SW 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Moring Worship 7:30 p.m. -- Evening Worship Thursday 7:30 p.m -- Mid-Week Service Rev. Burton Bundy, Pastor ST. MATTHEWS CATHOLIC CHURCH 221 Seventh Street SE 6:30 p.m., Saturday, Mass 7:00and 10:30a.m.. -- Sunday, Masses Rev. Patrick Sam son, Pastor ST, CATHERINE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Fairview, Montana Sunday- 9:00 a.m.- Mass Rev. Patrick Sampson TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH (MissOuri Synod) 214 South Lincoln 8:00 and 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service Rev, Arlyn A, Russert, Pastor SEVENTH - DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Saturday Services at the Iatter Day Saints Church Sth St. SW 2:00 p.m. -- Sabbath Schoot- Christ and the Sabbath 3:15 p.m. -- Worship Tuesday 7:00 p.m. -' Mid.Week meeting at Pastor's home, 201 Sixth Street SE Pastor Halyard B. Thomsen JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 920 South Lincoln 10:00 a.m, -- Worship Service TueSday 8:00 p.m. -- Bible Study Thursday 730 p.m. -- Theocratic Ministry SchOol Mr, Philip D. Bradshaw, Presiding Minister ST, MICHAEL'S AND All-ANGELS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Cartwright, N. D. v:45 a.m -- (MST)  Worshin Servlcp 2nd Thursac,,/s 1:15 p.m. IMt:;T) Epascopal Church Women very first, third and fifth Sunday - Holy Corn. union Rev. Lewfg Coffin, Vicar 00,achelle to Mr. Gary on Friday the Fourteenth of at 4:00 p.m. Their vows will be spoken at Saint Mary's Catholic Church, Bismarck RECEPTION WILL FOLLOW IN THE ' FAR WEST ROOM AT THE HOLIDAY INN All Friends and Relatives are Invited o o*  "** **. Mint OPEN 24 7 I00ys a BREAKFAST, DINNERS, SHORT ORDERS, STEAKS. CHICKEN. SEA FOOD, Etc. Sidney, Montana NICKY CRUZ Crusa Wolf Point Stampede Grounds (In case of rain crusade will be held]n the Wolf Point High School ) Be There! July 7 and 8 - 7:30 p.nt00 July 9 - 3:00 p.m. Witchcraft, seances and sorcery--this was the environment into which His first conscious motivations were the twin demons of fear and hate. life was: "No one cares!" Before Nicky turned eighteen, he was warlord of the ruthless "Mau-Mau" street psychologist pronounced his epitaph with: "You're doomed. There's no hope for you. you change, you're on a one way street to jail, the electric chair and hell." But change he did! And this through an encounter with Jesus Christ. He needed most: a baptism of love that washed away the fear and hate. ministry is vivid evidence of the existence of God. After an encounter with Nicky Cruz, his personal autograph, "Remember, Jesus loveS will not just be in a book, but also in your heart. "Any number of children . . . any age.., accompanied by a parent, will be photocjraphed ;n color... FREE ONE PERSONAL SIZE portrait FREE to each family as a gift from our store[ To say "thank you for your patten. age" to our regular customers and "baUd" to our new friends, each family will receive e PORTRAIT of ONE of their children FREE as 9ift from our store. Bring the children in on the dates shown, and dress them colorfully, as these are beau- tifully posed, individual por- traits . . . not snapshots. Sev- eral poses ore taken, without charge . . . and additional, low cost portraits may be urchesed! GROUP PORTRAITS will be taken upon request when time and space permif. However.PERSONA1 SIZE will be one of a single subject. Thurs., July 13 -- 9:30 aam. to 4:30 pam. Yellowstone Merchantile Co. Sidney, Montana s. Area Church Services "THE SCUM" Why did Jesus come? To scold man for being naughty and to scare him into changing his ways? Did He fall in His mission and was the cross a symbol of His failure? The resurrection says that is far from the truth. . Why did Jesus come? He says why He came and yet even His own words are distorled by man. He says, "1 have not come to call righteous men, but sinners to repentance" (Luke S:32) Some people think he means this: "1 have not come to call good men; they don't need Me, bless their hearts. But I've come toget those rascals, the sinners, those horrible worldly people, and give them what they deserve. I'm going to make them repent, and boy, will they be orry. Wait till you see them on their faces, weeping and wishing they were dead!" Thosewho know Him well know He means this: "1 have come to call to entreat, to invite - not beg, brainwash, hypnotize, command or force, I'm calling sinners - not the 'scum' of society but the scum and the moral, the Poor and the rich, the stingy and the generous, the questionable and the decent - every man who is not fellowshipping with me - everyone who is going his own way and living a life that is inferior, compared to what I can give them. I am calling them fo repentance." "Repentance" means to 'turn around'. It means to change direc. lions." The cross isn't the symbol of failure. But we must look from the cross to the empty tomb to know that in death He lives and that if we would but repent and call upon Jesus to cleanse us from our sins He will do so and in doing this we will receive eternal life. Some people believe that a loving God would not send man to hell, but God has already shown his love for us by sending his only son to die for our sins, And yet He not only died but rose again so that we might have eternal life through Him. Jim Eschenbrenner Jr, ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri SynOd) Fairvlew, Montana 9:30 a.m. -- Worship Service Rev. Arlyn A. Russert, pastor LONSDALE METHODIST CHURCH 201 Third Avenue SE 11:00- Worship Service_ Thursday 6:30 p.m. -- Senior High Youth Meeting Thursday 7:1S p.m. -- Choir Rehearsal Rev. Dwight Harshman. Minister PEOPLES  CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 10th Avenue and 4th Street SW 11:1S a.m.  Union Services with Lonsdale Methodist Church (Nursery Care Available} Rev. Arnold Brown, minister UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Savage, Montana 11:00 a.m. -- orning Worship 7:30 p.m. -- Old Testament Study Class Ray, Arnold Brown, Minister FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Savage, Montana 9:00 a,m, -- Morning Worship 10:00 a,m. -- Church School FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E Main and 4th Ave. 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Morning Worship 7:30 p.m. -- Evening WorShip ThurSday 7:30 p.m. -- Prayer and Bible Study Rev, Fred Spreeuwers, Pastor GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH Skaar, North Dakota Services held second, fourth and fifth Sunday of each month. PELLA EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (ALC) 418 West Main 9:20 a,m. -- Family Study Session 8:1S and 10:15 a.m. -- The Uncomfortable Message Rev. Stanley Larsen, Minister ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH (ALC) Fairview, Montana 10:00 a.m, -- Worship Service Rev. Arthur N. Grorud, Pastor YELLOWSTONE COMMUNITY CHURCH Savage, Montana 10:00. a.m. -- Church Bible School 11:00 a,m. -- Morning Worship Service 7:30 p.m. -- Hour Of Inspiration 8:00 p.m. Wednesday -- Prayer end Bible Study Rev. James Lawrance, Pastor THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF THE LATTER-DAY SAINTS Fifth Street SW 8:30 a.m. -- Priesthood meeting 10:00 a.m. -- Sunday School 6:00 p.m. -- Sacrament meeting Monday Night -- Family Home Evening Tuesday 4:30 p.m. Primary Wednesday 7:30 p.m, -- Relief Society Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- M IA and Scout Troop 190 J. Ross Wight, Branch President CHR ISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CH UliCH Richey, Montana 9:50 a.m. -- Sunday School 10:$0 a,m. -- Worship Service 8:00 p.m. -- Evening Service Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. -- Family Night CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Fifth and Central 9:45 a.m, -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service 7:30 p.m. -- Evening Grace Hour 8:00 p.m. Thursday -- Prayer Meeting Groups Rev. Evan Kaechele, Pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST Fourth and Ninth Avenue SW 10:00 a.m. -- Bible Study ll:O0 a.m. -- Worship Service 7:30 p.m. -- Worship Service Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid.week Service Marion H. Hays, minister CHIISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH Lambert, Montana 10:00 a.m. -- Sunday School !1:00 a.m. -- Morning Worship 7:30 p.m. -- Evening Service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid-WeeSorvlce Rev. Everett W. Hansen,'Pastor ASSEMBLY OF GOD 414 E. Main 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday SchoOl 11:00 a.m.  Morning Worship Service 7:30 p.m. -- Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. Tuesday -- Young People's Meeti'n Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid week Service Rev. Gene Vaale, pastor EBENEZER CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 110 4th Avenue NW 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Morning Worship Service 2:30 p.m. -- German Language Prayer MeetlY/ Rev. Everett Schoessler Minister THE SIDNEY LIVESTOCK MARKET CENTER }