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10 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, July 14, 1971 Yellowstone Area News MRS. PETER HEINLE The rain over the weekend, when most of the valley received over aninch, was very welcome. Farmers were busy getting read)' torrigate row crops and the rain came just at the right time. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Beiber and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Beiber were guests Sun- day atthe home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Miller. There was $66 collected for the Red Cross in Yellowstone Township this spring. Kermit Toepke, Watford City, is the County chairman. Local col- lectors were Dave Schlothauer and Mrs. Peter Heinle. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Beiher visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Mike Hurley, Friday. Mrs. Lester David, who is here from Minden Mines, Me., visiting her children, is aguest this week at the Ervin Beiber e. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schiot- hsuer were hosts at a barbecue at their home, Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Schlot- hauer and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Don Schlothauer and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Schlothauer and Mrs. Swanson and Stewart. Ree Foster was honored on his birthday, Sunday, when friends got tngether and went to Jackson's Dam for a late eve- ning boating and skiing party and lunch. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ree Foster and family, Mr. andMrs. IvanCayko and family, Mr. and Mr s. Arnold Huether and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kittleson and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Larry David- son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Don Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Jackson. Mrs. John Cayko Jr. and children, Euphrata, Wash., were overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Cay- ko Sr., Thursday. en route to eyenne, N. D., to visit her parents and other relatives. Philip Cotter. went to Great Falls over the fourth, to visit his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. BIH Cotter. Mrs. Ernie Cotter Jr. enter- tained Mr. and Mrs. Ernie COt- ter Sr., Philip and Marilyn and Mr. and Mrs. Art Weber and family, Alexander, at a barbe- cue honoring Erme Jr. on his birthday. This is the last week of Kim dergarten for the 15youngsters who are attending at the East Fairview School. Mrs. Myra Rasmussen is the teacher. her Mr. a/ Mrs. Art Weber 'Alexander. Mrs. Francis Sullivan return- ed home this week from a trip to Moses Lake, Wash., to visit her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rang. En route she visited her daughters, Mrs. Rose Lewis and Mrs. Elizabeth Shubring in Havre. Mrs, Floyd Sullivan met her In Williston. Mrs. Darrell Spencer and Dickie arrived from Billings this week and will visit at the hne of her parents, My. and Mrs. Richard Hayden. Dwayne Hayden has complet- ed his basic training at Fort Knox and has been reassigned to that base for further train- int. He would appreciate hear- ing from friends. His address I . I P. O. Box 432 is Pet. Dwayne Hayden, 517-66- 5472, Troop D First Rec. Squad, A.LT. Brig. USAARMC; Fort Knox, KY. 40121. Guests on the fourth of July at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ochs were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keeland, Richey; Rich Keeland, Billings; Mr. andMrs. Dennis Evanson, Denver, and Ramona Keeland, Sidney. The Faith Circle met this week at the home of Mrs, Marie Swenson. Mrs. James Sander- son gave the Bible lesson.Mrs. Ella Anderson had charge of the business meeting. A pot- luck lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. L. Sedlacek arrived home Thursday from Chicago where they visited their son, Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Sedla- cek and family. They reported a most enjoyable visit. Dr. Sed- lacek recently was named the Outstanding Veterinary in Illinoi s. Members of the Mondak 4-H Club went to Sidney Thursday for the annual 4-H Demonstra- tion Day. Mr. and Mrs. EmilBast, Min- neapolis, have been visiting her sister, Mrs. Anna Hammer and her nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Hammer, Sidney. Elmer Martin, who has spent t- past three weeks here visit- ing his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Martin, has return- ed to his home in Moses Lake, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson and James left Sunday toreturn to their home in Spokane after visiting here for the past three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mxs. Edwin Dschaak and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sev- erson, Wafford City, visited Sunday at the home of her broth- er and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sverre Gunderson. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kins- ler and family were Friday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dschaak. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Hardy and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Poplar Resident Receives Honor Mary Ruth Chrisflanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.James Christianson, South Poplar, was graduated from Oral Roberts University at Tulsa, Okla., May 30, receiving her B. A. degree in art education. She graduated summa cure laude, being one of two students toreceive thishigh honor out of a class of 125 sen- iors. Phone: 482]299-6 Getting a Farm or Home Loan? For your Title Work Ask For SIDNEY ABSTRACT COMPANY 118 South Central Ave. Sidney, Montana Dennis V. Sundheim Curtis M, Sundheim President Secretary & Mffr. Ken Torgerson, Sidney, spent last week vacationing at Lake Kenosee in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Trow- bridge, Hamboldt, Iowa, visit- ed here a couple of days last week with his cousins, the Don Notebooms, Paul Notebooms, Richard Haydens and the Peter Heinles, They were houseguests at the Don Noteboom home. The Trowbridge family lived here about 50 years ago in the Cart- wright area. Mr. and Mrs. Benoit Hardy went to Glendive, Sunday, t visit Mr. and Mrs. George San- derson and also viewed the damage done by the storm on Saturday night. Kendall, son of Mr. andMrs. Stewart Sundheim, observed his fifth birthday this week. His mother entertained at aparty in his honor. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Childers visited Sunday at the Elroy Hurley home. Mrs. Herman Johnson and Joan went to Malta, Wednes- day, to visit the RuebenThomp- sons. Mrs. Thompson has been ill in a hospital there for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Whee- ler were evening visitors Sun- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. James Ketter- ling visited one evening this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lester, Dore. Mr. and Mrs. Herman John- son went to Bainville, Satur- daY night, to attend the wed- ding of Bryan Cummins. Mr. and Mrs. Delwyn Levr and family and Mrs. Norman Corbett and two grandchildren, all of Portland, have been vis- iting relatives here. They came especially for the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Norby Jr., when an open house was held for them at the Zion Lutheran Church. Kevin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller, Baker, is spend- ing sometime with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller, Linda and Steven, Kevin Miller and Mr. and Mrs, Harlow Bei- bet, Kathy and Becky, drove to Boford Sunday to visit the Fort Buford Historical site. Mr. and Mrs. UlrichReichen- bach and family are expected here this week from California. Ulrich recently received his discharge from the army after spending seven years in active service. Mrs. John Hedenfeld has been here from Wheeler, tilting her parnt .,. Ewald Reichenbach, and helping them move to their new home in town. Mrs. Dorothy Scott arrived this week and is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Buxbaum. Her daughter will re- turn with her to her home in Utah after spending the past month here at the Buxhaum home. Julia Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Miller, was baptized at the St. John's Lu- theran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Dal Briner, Shell, were the sponsor s. Charlotte and Lois Miller re- turned home Sunday from Shel- by where they had spent a week with their sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Briner. They accompanied the Briners home after they had spent the fourth of July weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Noteboom have received word that their son, John, has been appointed to the dean' sllst at Rocky Moma- tain College during the spring term. He will be a senior at Rocky Mountain this fall. Mr. and Mrs. John Noteboom came from Billings and visited over the weekend at the home of their parents, Mr. ar Mrs. Harold Dahl and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Noteboom. WARM AND WONDERFUL - The dacron filled comforter, designed and made by Mrs. Myrtle Lowe, known affectionately as "Grandma" to Fairview residents, will be given away this Saturday at the Oldtimer's Reunion and Summer Festival in Fairview. Mrs. Lowe gave the comforter to the Blue Bird and Camp Fire girls for them to sell chance on, in order to raise money for their clubs. GIRARD AREA NEWS Daniels Host Steak Pa, "y Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daniels hosted aBYOS Party (bring your own steak), Saturday evening. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wick and fanly, Mr. and Mrs, Con Siaonsen and Judy, Uon affe, lr. and Mrs. Dale Hill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Prevost and family, Mro and Mrs. Jerry Redlln and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. Dot Johnson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wick are the proud parents of a baby girl, born July 1, named Jeri Dee. Mr. and Mrs. Einer Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kilen and Marion returned recently from a fishing trip at Lake Nemebian, north of Lac La Ronge, Canada. Kenny Kilen stayed with his aunt, Mrs.Jerry Whiteman, and his gr ani- mother, Mi's. Lloyd Salsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Kranz and boys, Billings; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Carter and fam- ily and Don Carter spent the fourth of July with their father and stepmother, Mr. and 's. Bud Carter, at their cabin at Fort Peck. Tom Arneson, Portland, Ore., son of Jim Arneson, spent last week with hisgrandmother, Mrs. Deva Allen, Sidney. While here, Arneson also visited at the Frank and charles Daniels homes. Becky Daniels left Friday for three weeks of camping. Becky L A NCE now in PRO RESS Jn W00liston,,00Noflh. Dakota will attend the Farmers Union All - States camp at Bailey, Colo., this week. From there, she will fly toLongview, Wash., where she will spend a week's vacation with Viccar and Mrs. Dave Grauer. Following her va- cation with Grauer' s, Becks will fb' to Canada to attend their Co-op Camp, as an exchange stndent for Montana Fm'mers Union, for a week. Mrs. Gerale Kilen, Mrs. Lloyd Salsbm'y and Mrs. Vat- lock Syth hosted a family reun- ion July 4. Several relatives from Kansas, Oklahoma and California atmnded. Mr. and Mrs. Frank l)aniels returned Saturday from a busi- ness and pleasure trip which took them to Great Fails, Vir- ginia City and Bozeman. The Dmdels returned home via the Yeliowstone Park. Mx. and .Mrs. Doug Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kilen attended the three day class re- union of the Class of 1961, this weekend. Both Dong and Marvin graduated then. INank Daniels and Don Baue attended the tour of the crops and lands of the Soil Conserva- tion station, Sunday. The tour was set for the members of the Girard Farmers Union l,ocal. Glenn Hartman explained vari- ous detaits on the planting and care of the crops and places toured. The group toured both the dryland and irrigated lands. North Dakota's 'Uni One of rodeo's most unique ther attractions, "Champions Ride for Home on the Range," will Range be Aug. 8 at 2 p.m. (MDT). will This 15th annual perform- of the Buetlg ance, in which a select grouper and CerVl 12 riders pit their skill against Colo. some of the bestbucking horses, The a ctil promises to live up to the repu- the natural tation earned in previous years the as one of the most outstanding 194 rodeo events in the nation. Se The top horses, from at least three different strings of buck- ing horses, will add to the ex- j. citement with each of the Lodge, world's 12 top riders riding mother, three broncs. According to Fa- Sidney, Here's how to add extra profit Get Pigs to Market Faster... and On Less Feed! Earlier marketing means a better saving on feed and you have a That's what the Peavey Gmwer-I gram* can give you, compared rate programs without the ing additives. Get early market premiu$ Ir-T-T T T I T-7 Prices fall towa t runs. 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