Newspaper Archive of
Sidney Herald
Sidney , Montana
Lyft
July 5, 1972     Sidney Herald
PAGE 15     (15 of 22 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 15     (15 of 22 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
July 5, 1972
 

Newspaper Archive of Sidney Herald produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




VFW ub Wedding Dance - July 8 00us,c by Auxiliary Meets Stan Maslowski's CARR --- KRISTENSON Bond Monday, July 10 e - Horsecreek News RICHARD ANDERSON crew helping Marvin brand calves were Casey Jr. and family, Joe Lauchue and 0e, Crookston, Minn.; Ed , Dale Greenwood family, Kindel family, Keith r, Ross Buckley, Mr. and Verne Anderson, Leif John Pederson, Andy Olson, Mike Shannon. '. and Mrs. Luther Haugen to Minneapolis to bring from school for the vacation. Mrs. George accompanied them Mr. and Mrs. Libby. guests at were Mr. Jake Obergfell and Colorado Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Orvin and family, Fairview, and Mrs. Dale An- and family, Sidney. Arnold Rolfsrud and Minneapolis, Minn., gtmsts at the Kenneth on Monday through branding at the Luther Wednesday, guests Crew were Mrs. Louie Otto Soel and ; Mr. and Mrs. Grant and son, John, Tex.; Mrs. Rose LaB Vegas, Nee.; Indergard and family, and Ralph Cross, Or- Kenneth and Danny and Art Weber. crew helping VerB An- brand calves on included "Keith and family, Ross Leif Hanson and Halyard Pederson and Jerry Burns, Peggy the Dale Greenwood Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ray, Andy Olson, Mike Shannon, Marvin and family, Chris Art Dare and Billy and Mrs. Alfred Norby and Mr. and Mrs. Dick and sons were at the Richard The Norbys are staying on the Mike Pederson place while the Pedersons are in Norway. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wright from Spokane, Wash.; and Mrs. Rose Carlson from Richey, were dinner guests at the Ralph Cross home on Thursday. Keith Winter and Dick Shannon and family were supper guests at the Richard Anderson's. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Haugen and girls went to Four Bears for Rolfsrud's family dinner on Saturday. Sunday evening visitors at the Alton Oians were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Frazee, Watford City, and Mr. and Mrs. Chnton Frazee and family, Bozeman. Helping brand calves at the Richard Anderson's on Sunday were the Dick Shannon family, Keith Winter and family, Bill Bottke and family, Delbert Carpenter and family, Leif and Jim Hanson and Ross Buckley. Attending the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Holvar Rolfsrud in Keene, Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Haugen and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Haugen. Mr. and Mrs. Tad Wilder returned Sunday from Bemidji, Minn., with son, Tom, Joe Carpenter and Greg Anderson, who have been attending Norwegian Language Camp thfre. Crosses branded i:alves on Monday with a crew including Orville, Kenneth and Danny Haugen, Art and Artie Weber, I,uther and Kay Haugen and Melvin, Mark and Justin Cross, Glendive. Greg and Donald Anderson went to Canada on Monday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Dashner, to go fishing. Others going were Kim and Kent Klose, Randy Tangwall and Nevin Larsen. On Monday evening the Alexander Lads and Lasses 4-H Club held their June meeting and had a wedding shower for Clarice Sorenson. Attending were Mrs. ciarence Sorenson and Sally, Mrs. Art Link and Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Garvin DEWALK SALE PLASTIC GLASSES Shamrock Brand c each JUICE bECNTERS go,. 45 each TOYS 45 Piece Setting of Melamine Dinnerware =9" While They Last PAINT Discontinued Colors SO - 60% off GRAB BAGS Jacobsen, Mrs. Arne Mac and Beverly, Donna, Lyla, Marlene and Marsha Safely, Becky, I,inda, Beth and Jennifer Clause, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Forthun and family and Mrs. Richard Anderson, Tami and LeAnn. Guests at the Orville Haugens for the week were Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Anderson and Renee from White Salmon, Wash. Visiting for three days at the Orville Haugens was Lloyd Anderson, Edmond, Wash. Captain and Mrs. Don Kirmis, Newport News, Va., were supper guests at the Kenneth Haugens on Tuesday. Sally Sorenson and Tami Anderson went with Lyla Safely to Watford City to the county 4- H Home Ec. judging event on Wednesday afternoon. Sally Sorenson, Lyla Safely and Becky Clause of the Alexander Lads and Lasses 4-H Club won at this event and will be on the judging team to go to state. Deanna Haugen, LeAnn Anderson, Rag Ann Cross, Jim, Bob and Carol Cross and mothers met at Mrs. Morris Cross home on Thursday to practice singing for the program at the Good Shepherd Home. Thursday guests at the Kenneth Haugenswere Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Glasser Mrs. Dale Isaacson and girls from West Fargo, N.D. M GlOsser Supper guests at the Orville er C i e r, Haugens on Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence wa.00, M rry In Sidney Vancouver, Wash.; Mr. and a Mrs. Roy Bolt and family, Portland, Ore.; and Mr. and Betty Lynn Mercier became grooms attendants, who were Mrs. Conrad Walla and family the bride of Raymond Lee Gery Engle and Rick Berg, from California. The Highland ALCW held Glaser in an evening both college friends of the ceremony in St. Matthew's groom, and Terry Mercier, chapel services at the Good Catholic Church. Father Patrik brother of the bride. Shepherd Home in Watford City Sampson officiated at the Ushers were Tom Mercier, on Friday. The ladies trio, Mrs. double - ring ceremony, brother of the bride, and Dave Morris Cross, Mrs. Ralph Cross The bride is the daughter of Reed, college friend of the and Mrs. Kenneth Haugen, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mercier groom. Roxie Ree, provided sang. Mrs. Henry Lebak read of Sidney, and the groom is the the music. Karleen Lorenz was the scripture and prayer and son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond in charge of the guest book, the kindergarten Sunday school N. Glasser of Sheridan. Sherry Petrik, a cousin of the class sang. Betty is a Sidney High School bride, and Linda Jimison, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Haugen graduate and attended Dawson college friend of the bride, were attended her class reunion in Junior College in Glendixe. in charge of the gift table. St. Williston at the Elks on Friday. Raymond is a graduate of Gerard's Circle served the Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Dashner, Sheridan High School and reception in the multi - purpose Sidney, and Mrs. Bryce Abbott, Dawson Junior College, room of St. Matthew's School. Kansas City, Me., brought Greg Glendive. He is employed by Punch and coffee were poured and Donald Anderson home Christian, Spring, Sielbackand by cousins of the bride, from fishing in Canada on Associates of Billings. Margaret and Marlene Fink, Friday. Randy Tangwall, Given in marriage by her both of California. Ashley, N. D., stayed with father, she wore a slipper satin Other out of town guests were Andersons until Sunday. gown with an overlay of lace the groom's family, his Mr. and Mrs. Luther Haugen and carried a bouquet of red parents, Mr. and Mrs. and family, Mr. and Mrs. roses. Her attendants were Raymond N. Glasser of George Indergard and Kelly Nancy Siegle, a college friend, Sheridan, his sister and attended the high school rodeo wearing yellow bonded lace brother-in-law, the John in Ekalaka, Mont., Saturday. with sheer sleeves, Patty Hamiltons and family, Virginia I,es Haugen took third place in Mercier, sister of the bride, City; his grandmother, Mrr. bull riding in junior division, wearing blue bonded lace with Gemmell, Sheridan; his uncles The crew helping Floyd sheer sleeves, and Dorothy and aunts, the James Springs Kindel brand calves on Mercier, sister-in-law of the and family of Billings, the Bob Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. bride, wearing pink bonded Gemmells and family of Verne Anderson, Dick Shannon lace with sheer sleeves. They Bozeman. and sons, Marvin Wambak and carried long stemmed car- Raymond and Betty are Kirk, Keith Winter, John nations matching their gowns making their home in Alamosa, Pederson, Dale Greenwoodand and the boutonnieres of the Colo. Scott, Richard Anderson - 75% OFF sl to s2 amily, Leif Hanson and Jim, Andy Olson, Kenny Rindahl Hollywood Bed and family, Ted Rindahl and |'b N A family, Pare Dotson, Randy Fran ame TENTS Coleman-10'xB' 39" Size 2 0nly Tangwall, Ashley, N.D.; --  -- ' Reg. $179- C0mplete Headb0ard, Wheelock;Dennis Vance and family' OMr. and Mrs. Or- S tOe ! s94 2 On Box Spring - Mattress vine Moen, Epping, and Tim n e Boa r d Thoreson, Ray, N. D. Plastic-20 gal. Reg. =89" N0wS66 oo Mr. andMrs. OrvilleHaugen A former S" y ' , Frank, 37, is owner attended the activities of the Elmer Frank, has been named manager of Walby Funeral ge Cans Paper Plates Arnegard school reunions on to the North Dakota State Chapel, I,idgerwood, N. D. The =| 1o With ls SteraFoam Cups Saturday and Sunday. Board of Embalmers by Gov. appointment to the state board Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cross William I,. Guy. is for four years. The group is A Lot More Items 47 While They Last attended Mrs. Cross' 20th year the governing body for all class reunion banquet on funeral homes in the state of WW Be On Sa[e We ]'lade 0fl Saturday evening and the North Dakota. Lawn Mowers Furniture - Appliances fami.ly picmc on Sunday in Frank has been owner of the Sidney. Lidgerwood Chapel for two Self Propelled 2 0nly Mrs. Florence Carlson was a years and was formerly dinner guest at the Alton Oians associated with the Cloyd Push Type 1 Green - 1 Brown on Sunday. Gorder Mortuary in Sidney for Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cross 12 years. Greatly. Reduced Sleeper Sofas and family were guests of Mrs. He graduated from the Rose Carlson in Richey on College of Mortuary Science in Irice Save $$$$$$$ Reg. $249" U Haul Sunday. l,os Angeles in 1957 and then Mr. and Mrs. Luther Haugen went to work for the Sidney Automotive Dept. Now sl 9900 in Store and family attended the bar- firm. 0il Fan Belts becue at the Arnegard school - Frank and his wife, Marilyn, 0il Filters USED reunion on Sunday. Kay have four children. The family Haugen rode in the wagon was here over the weekend for Tires Etc. Appliances .train. I Mrs. Frank's 20 - year class At Reduced Freezers- Refrigerator RichardOVernightAndersonsgUests at theon I Sidney.reunin' She ,s a native of ;$$$$$$$$$,q Washer-Dryers Saturday were Mrs. Ray ,, , ,, Tangwall and family and Mrs. Remove Rust and Scales Mary Johnson from Ashley, N. JUNSO'S D. from your Engine Block with our Sunday guests at the Orville Newly Installed PORTA FLUSH Haugens were Carol Anderson, Chicago, Ill., and Mrs. Bill We also have flow tester service Barge,', Woodbe Island, Wash. 20% OFF WINDSHIELD REPLACEMENTS Mrs. Clarence Christianson, Frankie and Tad Evanson, were Monday visitors at the Sidney Radiator U SE Store Alton Oians. Herlof Anderson from and Glass Shop UR CREDIT Sidney, Montana Springfield, Ore., is visiting at Phone: 482.1910 A|ter'Hours: 482-3294 124N. CenIraI the Orville Haugens. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont.fed., July 5, 1972 - 3B ycliffe Dinner Scheduled Jerry Allen A Wycliffe Associates dinner is scheduled in Sidney at the Idonde Hotel July 17, at 7 p.m. The purpose of the dinner is to encourage interest and support for the Wycliffe Bible Translators. Wycliffe, an In- terdenominational Mission, specializes in Bible Translation among tribal groups. Members scattered in 23 countries work as linguists and support per- sonnel with tribespeople whose languages had previously not been reduced to writing. Dinner speaker will be Jerry Allen, Wycliffe translator for the Halia people, who live on the Island of Buka, located off Ridgelawn News home after visiting her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Senn and family, Missoula, spent a few days visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christensen, and Mrs. Margaret Senn. Mrs. Christensen and Bernice Sch- wenke have also enjoyed delivering "Meals on Wheels" this Week. Mr. and Mrs. Niels Frandsen returned from Anchorage, Alaska where they visited their daughter and family, Capt. and Mrs. Duane Hansen and Sarah. They enjoyed the mountain scenery, fishing and visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Joslin attended the wedding of Joan Johnson in Flaxton. She is the foster daughter of the Paul Larsens. Mr. and Mrs. Casper Wick are visiting their son and family, Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Wick, Fairbanks, Alaska. The Ridgelawn Homemakers Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. David Frandsen with Mrs. Jack Rasmussen as co- hostess. Mrs. Larry Denowh became a new member. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ross and family of Burbank, Calif., were Tuesday supper guests at the home of David Frandsen's. Mrs. Chris Iversen en- tertained with a coffee party for Shirley Iversen from Rochester, N. Y. She is visiting her parents, the Iver Iversens. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rambur have moved to Sidney from Arizona. Dale is farming with his dad. Mrs. Enoch Iversen en- tertained with dessert and coffee in honor of Marie An- dersen of Plentywood, who has been visiting friends in Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bentsen of San Diego returned Couple Plan July Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Clinton B. Ridgeway 'of Salem, Ore., announced the engagement of their daughter, Julia, to Rancid I,. Frandsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Frandsen, Sidney. Miss Ridgeway attended Seattle Pacific College and the University of Oregon and is presently a division assistant for the tax division of the Justice Department. Frandsen is a graduate of Dana College in Blair, Neb., and is a State Farm Insurance Claims representative. The couple plans a July 22 wedding in Salem, Ore. the coast of New Guinea. Allen and his wife, Jan, moved to Buka in January, 1964, to translate the scriptures into the Halia language. He has been named recently to be a supervisor in a new Wycliffe project designed to find qualified New Guineans and teach them to translate for their own people. At the Wycliffe Associates dinner, he will tell about many of his experiences with the tribes of New Guinea. For reservations call Dr. or Mrs. Stanley M. Lindblom at 482-1796 on July II - 13, gas t 011 Ilonler Perf.ct for m, rviee sta- lions, garages, shops. where there's gas oil. Tough Neoprt.ne sole stands up to petroleum and rough wear. Come in and try 'era! (also available with steel toe) IL YELLOWSTONE MERCANTILE COMPANY Having Forgotten Your Birthday I Would Like To Take This Means To Wish You A Happy 21 st Anniversary, MARY FORRESTER I Still Love You As Much AS Always BILL FORRESTER LIMITED TIME OFFER with the purchase of a KITCHENAID, Portable #Dishwasher... The P_epple's ,0,. unolg6 34-piece set of BUY ONE TODAY, ENJOY ITS CONVENIENCE TONIGHT! NO INSTALLATION NEEDED. KITCHENAID Texas-Ware TOP-LOADING PORTABLES ,,._-- Free with purchase of a  "" OFFER ENDS 7-15-7 2 Ideal for the small ,dk,, KOO Six out of ten KitchenAid dish- washers are purchased on the recommendation of satisfied owners, kitchen because it opens up, not out. Push-button con- venience. Porce- lain-on-steel in- side and outa KitchenAid exclu- sive. Choice of FRONT-LOADiNG PORTABLE Front-loading convenience. Both racks roll all the way out. Gleaming porcelain-on- steel top and interior. Push- button operation. Choice of _ f _ colors, colors. United Building Centers r/11  is also headquarters for... ' [ I  KitchenAid Built-in Dishwashers, i .....  Disposers, and Hot.water Dispensers UNITEDHILDING CENTBS Phone: 482-2012 Sidney, Montana i ! ili