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2B - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., July 12, 1972 SIDNEY ENTRY Sldney's Lower Yellowstone Babe Ruth All-Star team will be the local entry in the four-day teurnament scheduled here starting Thursday. Front row from left they are pitchers Bob Miller, Bob Peacock and Rick Haber, Back row from left are Rob Fritz, Dennis Baadsgaard, Dave Paladichuk, Jeff IAnker, Paul Sfddoway, Marty Petrie, Coach Steve Muller, James L. Levengood, Don Olnsted, T. K. Petrie, Ran Brown, Rocky Torgerson and Lonnie Herman. Local residents are invited to attend the games and support the Sidney team. --Don Mrachek Photo Elmda le-Springla ke-En id By FRANCIS STEPPLER Guests at the Myron Schow's July 4 were their son, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Schow and family, Nashville, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Lurer Wiles, Yakima, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Schow and I r I n ' - TODAY'S PUZZLER from Farmers Unlon Insurances A B Which figure Is larger A or B? *.elm answer tmlOW. Some people believe insurance plans are all the Lame  but there's a world of difference! Farmers Union Life insurance offers many answers.---guarsnteed cash value, dividend accumula- tions, a monthly income, or money for beneficiaries. $ WALTER } ENSEN Phone: 482-3010 l Std?, Monts Farmers Union i U I.,.,.-, ez|s etuml wa 8  V sem61:h X-?O0 Hi III [ iii i ii iiiii ii iiiiiiiiiii iii ii III ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: family, Fairview, IJoyd and Frank Flom, Mr. and Mrs. Benny lewis and family, Mrs. Rosa Keller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hartland and Janice Chenny, Sidney and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Keller, Elmdale and Mrs. Cora Schow who has been staying with her son Myron Schow the past few months. Visitors at the Frank Gladowski's last week were his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George Kesinger, Jacksonville, Ill. and Mr. and Mrs. IRon Kesinger, and daughters Amy and Ann, Boston, Mass, Mrs. Grace I,egon, Mrs. Otto and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Legon and family, Imbert. Guests at the Archie Strand's July 4 were Mr. and Mrs. James Bidwell and Mary McDonough, Glendive. Overnight guests at the James Vaira's July 4 were her sister Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dignan and family, Bowbelles, N.D. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Edward Larson and grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Larson this week. Mr. and Mrs. Al Snedigar returned home Thursday from visiting their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jack Feddes and son, White Sulpher Springs, their son Larry in Bozeman and Ars aunt, Mrs. Ovid Snedigar who is a patient in the Missoula hospital following a car ac- cident June 13. They report her condition improving. While in Missoula they visited Mr. and Mrs. Claude Yates and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Snedigar. Enroute home they visited Mr. and Mrs. Murl Snedigar and Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Snedigar and the Donald Rossaaen family in Fortine. Charlene Vaira and Cathy Shaw returned home from Mrs. Hazel Houglum and her uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Houglum, Sidney. The Sidney Central Park was the scene of the second annual picnic of the Crawford family July 9. Seventy-six people, representing families of two brothers, James K. and Theodore Crawford were presenL Of the J. K. Crawford family, four sisters came to Montana and homesteaded. They were Mrs. Joe Crawford, Mrs. Charles Sanders, Mrs. Harry Hartland, and Mrs. Clara Lowry. Mrs. Lowry attended the picnic. A short business meeting was held. It was decided to call it the 'Crawford Annual Reunion'. It will be held on the second Sunday of July each Rapid City, S. D. They took Ida year.. Committee named this Hollom there where she will year are Lalia Sanders, visit friends a few weeks. Jeff and Tim Braida, Great Falls, arrived last week to spend the summer with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Iwrence Braida. Howard McPherson, Eva Goodwin and Blanche Keller. Name Badskey xansca, Calif., visited friends The Harold Fink family spent in the community last eek. the fourth of Julyweekend They are guests of his parents, visiting Mrs. Fink's sister Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frasca, (Vivian) Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I,eischner, rural Billings. Frasca and boys, Billings have been visRing here also. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Iarson toured Roosevelt Park and Medora the fourth of July. Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Larson returned from several weeks vacation on Flathead lake in t western part of Montana. Bill Shaw is spending a month furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Shaw. Bill is in the U. S. Army. Karla Kramer, Missoula, is visiting her uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Patsy McCleary, Billings, is visiting at the Paul Amestoys a few weeks. Friends attended the char- vavari for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmitz at their home last Sunday night and for Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fisher at their home Saturday night. Friday visitors at the Joe Kiwanis Head Lorin J. Badskey; a North Webster, Indiana industrialist, was elected president of Kiwanis International today at the organization's 57th annual convention in Atlantic City, N. J., according to Gene Nor& berg, president of the Sidney Kiwanis Club. I [I II Good Ole' Summertime Sale I Hours: Men.- Fri. f 9 to 5 p.m. Closed Saturday Thurs., July 13 and Fri., July 14 V2 off on Italian Pottery Also On Sole - - - Center Pieces Candles i Scarves Chain Belts Jewelry 00,and many more Tea Room Featuring: Homemade Rolls and Pie Also serving Hot Sandwiches and Pizza The Straw Pile 2 blocks west of Sidney Drug I Jl I I I Irigoin's were her sister Mr. and Mrs. Jack McLaughlin and family, Tuscan, Ariz. They were supper guests at the Gary Prevost home Friday evening. The first hail storm of the season struck the north Enid area Friday afternoon. Hail damage to crops were reported at the Bernie Pritschet, Dale Rossaen, Bernard Pease and Allan Verschoot farms. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Keller attended the Sander, Crawford, I,owry and Hartland family gathering in Sidney Sunday. Several families attended the dance in Grandview Saturday night, which was sponsored by the Grandview fair board. Janet Amestoy returned home Saturday. She has been visiting her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Prevost and daughter and grandmother, Lorin J. Badakey As leader of the international service organization, Badskey will be spokesman for its 270,000 members in 5,900 clubs throughout the U. S., Canada, Mexico, Europe, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Far East and the Southwest Pacific Area. He succeeds Was H. Bartlett, an Algona, Iowa businessman who held the position since Oct. 1. 1971. Cartwright Area News By MRS. FRANK tEENS Those from Cartwright who attended the silver wedding anniversary open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. William Faulkner Sunday at their home in Wafford City were Mr. and Mrs. Art Vickers and grand- daughter, Christy Vickers, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. Severt Sponheim, Mr. and Mrs. John Dunbar, Raymond Oakland, Ted Sandy, Mr. and Mrs. George Thorgramson and son, George Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Croy and Lois. Mrs. Croy made the an- niversary cake which was decorated with red roses and the silver numeral 25. A large bouquet of flowers centered the table and was a gift from their children as well as a chest of silverware. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Bertson of Fairview cut and served the cake. Punch was served by Duane and Wesley, sons of Bill and Millie, Mrs. Ed Folven, wife of the supervisor of the G.T.A. elevator poured coffee assisted by Mrs. John Larsen (Millie Jean Faulkner). Mr. and Mrs. John Dunbar called on Mrs. Gladys Calkins in Watford City after attending the open house at Faulkners. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Croy picnicked July 4th with the Jim and Alfred Gullikson families. Mrs. Esther Bartram and son Gary, Mat'k Brodhead, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Jackson and Mrs. Frank Douglas were luncheon guests the 4th at John Dunbars. Friday evening Mrs. Douglas again visited her sister, Mrs. Dunbar since she has been here from Walkon, Minn., visiting relatives and left Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neubauer of Wafford City, Dick and Donna Erickson of Williston also called Friday at Dunbars. Neubauers were supper guests later at the George, Thorgramson home. Mary Jo Thorgramson and Tim Miller of Fairview left Sunday by, plane from Minot for Denver where they will attend youth camp with the other Farmers Union young people. .... Mrs. Aaton Klose and Mrs vernon Klose took Yaugn Klose, Dixie and 'Tracy Thorgramson to Epping- Springbrook bible camp which they will attend Farmers Union camp until Wednesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Dunbar and Raymond Oakland visited Monday evening at the Oscar Oakland home. Philip Butch is a house guest of his daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Severt Sponheim attended a birthday party for their grandson, Paul Sponheim on his second bir- thday Sunday evening at the home of Pauls parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sponheim. Later in the evening they called at the Dick Moore home to wish them hundred guests attended the supper and program. Mrs. Forrest Johnson welcomed the guests and introduced the honored guests. Remarks were mady by Mr. Sanford Ellingson of Williston who represented the rural carriers organization. Art Kemmis, Severt Sponheim and Mrs. Esther Knudsen gave original readings. Three musical numbers were given by a group of ladies ac- companied by Karen Paulson at the piano. The program closed with the audience singing "God Be With You Til We Meet Again." Relatives of Mrs. Leens attending the event were her sister Pearl Karst and grandson Rodney Karat of Glasgow, Mrs. Minnie Pat- terson and her daughter Mrs. Orville Herman and daughter of Fairview, cousins all from Willston were Mr. and Mrs. Albin Theige, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Theige and Mrs. Helen Jacobsen. All were guests later at the Leens home. Other relatives of Mrs. Leens there were Mr. and Mrs. Perry Elletson Sr. of Fairview, Mrs. Marie Hunst of Belmond, Iowa and Mrs. Perry Elletson, Jr. and Gene and Sue. Friends from Warlord, Alexander, Fairview and Sidney and Williston were present. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ellingson visited later in the evening at the Art Paulson home. Dinner guests Sunday at the Frank Leens home were, Mrs. Sander Karst and Rodney Karst of Glasgow, Mont., Mrs. Minnie Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Herman and Page of Fairview and Mrs. Marie Hunst and Julius Leeus. Mr. and Mrs. George Dobias were among those who at- tended the wedding of Mrs. Irene Carr of Sidney and Lawrence Christenson of Cartwright in Sidney Saturday evening and the reception that followed at the VFW Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Jan Youngstrom, Wanda and James of Boise, Idaho arrived early Sunday morning at the home of his father and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Youngstrom. Mr..  Merrill Dunbar of Camas, Wash., arrived Monday afternoon to visit his brother, John and wife and his sister, Mrs. Katheryn Gunderson. He sold his property out there and will travel around a bit. Merrill is well known in this area as he used to live here and did a lot of coal mining in his day. A family gathering was held at the Cartwright hall July 2 with a pot luck dinner for the I,assey, Leens and Pieters families. Many pictures were taken of each family and their families. Those present were: Mrs. alga Lassey and her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Skogen and granddaughter of Valley City, N. D., Mrs. Martha (Lassey) Bacon of Santee, Calif., her son, share of the group went to the David Lassey farm where Julius and Frank Lassey demonstrated a 1907 and a 1927 Hart Parr tractor to their audience which everyone en- joyed. The Lassey brothers used to sell tractors several years ago. The group returned to the hall for their supper. This gathering was very much enjoyed and many had not seen each other for perhaps twenty years. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Moore of Fairview and family have purchased the Stella Odegaard home and moved in Sunday. Mrs. Odegaard and her daughter-in-law of Williston were here Saturday to get the rest of her things she had in the house so the new residents could move in. Wednesday, Postal In- spector, Hollister of Fergus Falls, Minn., was at the Cart- wright post office to check out Mrs. Alice M. Leens as post- master, who retired after 30 and one-half years as post- master here. Mrs. Elizabeth J. Paulson was installed as clerk in charge of the Cartwright office. Mrs. Leens has been helping Mrs. Paulson to learn the office procedure. Arthur C. Paulson retired the same day as rural carrier and served that route for 25 years and Raymond O. Oakland will now be the rural carrier ef- fective July 1. Mr. Oakland had been a sub for Mr. Paulson since he started. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Winter and children of San Bernadino, Calif., carrie Thursday to be lresent for the family gathering. The day he arrived was his birthday and he slept in the same room that he was bern in 39 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Mary Shaide and Mrs. Martha Bacon came Tuesday from Santee, Calif., where Mary had visited her sister. They had planrd to be here soon but Mary ended up in the hospital with an emergency operation for appendicitis. She stood the trip home all right and was present for the family gathering. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Leens and granddaughter Veronica Harvey came, Tae,day. Tbey had been to Cheyenne, Wyo., to visit their daughter, Linda, husband and granddaughter and took the granddaughter home with them. The Leens also visited their son, Larry Leans and family at Las Vegas before coming here to visit his mother, Mrs. Emma Leans, who isn't so well at the present time and also to visit his sisters and brothers. Mrs. John Melland and grandson Curtis Melland, wife and son of Willlston visited at the George Dobias home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Julson and Mark of Lansing, Mich., visited relatives at Richey, Mont. Sunday and in the evening they visited at the well in their home in Cart- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Winter Severt Sponheim home and wright, and two children of San stayed at Ray Oaklands. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Olson (the former Frances Lindsley) in Mason City, Iowa, July 4th on their third wedding anniversary. He was named David Harris. Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lindsley of Williston. The party honoring Arthur C. Paulson and Mrs. Frank Leans on their retirement from the postal service was well at- tended Saturday evening with a potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. in the Cartwright Hall. One I I ............. I Ill I I I I Custom Built Endgates COMBINATION GRAIN and SILAGE End and Side Dump for Beets Automatic or Manual Control Steve's Repair Shop Fairview Montana lie II I II _1 I I I I I I I Monday they called on Esther Knudsen, Frank Leans, Olaf Rod and Lief Tjelde home. Mrs. Julson is the former Helen Hagen who was born and raised here. Mr. and Mrs. Art Paulson and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Johnson and Janet and Mr. and Mrs. Severt Sponheim attended the 40th wedding anniversary in Fairview Sunday afternoon Bruno, Calif., Mr. William I,assey and two daughter of Bozeman, Mont., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stewart and family of Jamestown, N. D. their daughter, Linda Stewart and friend, Dallas Carey of Miles City, Mont., Mrs. Everett Green of Buford, N. D., Mrs. Madeline Green of Ellingsburg, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lassey of Williston, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Meldahl and Terry, Mrs. Emma Derudder, and Mr. for Mr. and Mrs. Orville Martin of, Gardner. Sidney, Mrs. Phillis Dale and children of Williston, Mrs. Marie Hunst of Belmond, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Overson and children, of Havre, Mont., Mr. and Mrs. Emil Leens of Havre, Mont. and grand- daughter, Veronica Harvey of Cheyenne, Wyo., Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Evanson and John, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cayko and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Karst, Mr. and Mrs. DOn Karst and family and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Elletson St. all of Fairview. Relatives from this community were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank !,assay, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lassey and children, Mr. and Mrs. David Lassey and children, Mr. and Mrs. Allan I,assey and children, Mr. and Mrs. William Lassey, St., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leans, Julius I,eens, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Berry and children, Mrs. Marian l,assey, Mrs. Mary Shaide, Mrs. Sophie Youngstrom, Don Overson, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Shaide and sons and Charles Ball of Alexander. Others present were Claude Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Johnson and Janet, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Skorpil. 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