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CROWD -- Members of the Carda farm in the Elmdale Community the reunion with&apos;people coming from ' held a reunion at the John recently. Over 6O persons gathered for throughout the U.S. -- Kay Johnston Fowler Reunion Held Near Richey V KAY JOHNSTON , reunion of a three - day I ending July 2 at the farm in the Elm- p children of the late G. W. Fowler present with most all The children Whitefish; Libby; Grace Roseburg, Ore.; Richey; Victor Colo.; Charlie Auxvasse, Mo., and Columbia Falls. 14 campers John and Harold They all enjoyed Picnic and rested that evening was a banquet and en- at the Elmdale entertainment was each family. Each his part. John Pippett master of ceremonies. on the entertainment was Carda on banjo some lively ,TWo year olds, Butch and Twila Fowler kept in stitches as they the music. as Geraldine of show, presented hUmorous family skit in a restaurant. Anderson children the electric guitar and -month - old sister, directed them. Mrs. Bill Lindevig Held services for Nettle 83, of Sidney, were a.m. July 19, 1972, at Lutheran Church in with Rev. Stanley officiating. Pallbearers Jack Miller, Moon, Dale Mullin, and Mervin Ushers were I McKnight and Kenneth Vocal selections Savior" and "In Like These" were done Christianson and Lindevig. Interment tn Richland Memorial Nettle Lindevig was 31, 1888, in Westby, of Lars and Sagmoen. She was in Wisconsin and Anton Mathison in Wis., in 1908. Passed away in Sep- t921. She came to the Community in April married Thomas O. on July 6, They farmed in the area until their in 1957 when they into Sidney. Thomas on May 31, 1959, continued to Hve in since. of the First Church of Lambert. include: one son, Great Falls; daughters, Mrs. John Burke, Sidney; Mrs. (Doloras) Carter, and Mrs. James Rehbein, Helena; Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Bergina and Mrs. Mabel both of Coon Valley, and Mrs. Lawrence of Westby, Wis.; 25 and 30 great - Was preceded in death by and Thomas; three sons, three brothers sisters. Funeral Home charge of arrangement& Harner gave a very funny family talk. She also received a teeny tiny fur rug for having the newest camper in the Fowler clan. Charlie Fowler played the guitar and sang a solo entitled "Far Away Across the Mountains," which wfis written by his son, Adrian. Coral Carda and Loretta Williams of Great Falls sang the Fowler family song. Eighty - two - year - old Mel Fowler and his wife, Ruby, (brother to G. W. Fowler), Martha Jo Fowler, Caryln Kemmel and Carol Ertel sang "What a Friend We Have in Jesus." Then the three girls all gave a humorous reading on the musings and mishaps of their parents and their grand- parents. Several awards were given. Bill Harner received an enormous comb for having the least amount of hair. Mel Fowler was the oldest and Karen Anderson was the youngest. John and Coral Carda were married the longest, 42 years. Grace Anderson got the award for traveling the farthest, 1,256 miles. On Sunday they had a steak fry. Friends visited the Fowler clan in the afternoon. It was quite a sight to see all 14 campers parked in the Carda yard. Relatives coming from far off were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harner and son, Dustin, Libby; , and Mrs. John Pippitt, Palative, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spraggins and children, Unionville, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ertel, Greentop, Mo.; Don Blodgett, Kirksville, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sparks, Whitefish, Mont.; Max Fowler, Gibbon, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fowler, Denver, Colo.; Margaret Vincent Nees, Poplar; Mrs. Stephan An- derson and children, Roseburg, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Fowler, son Rona|d, and granddaughter, Twila, Auxvasse, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kimmel, Green City, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Williams, Great Falls; Billy Ertel, Greentop, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fowler, Columbia Falls; Elaine Carda, Denver; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Corda and children, Federal Way, Wash.; Mel and Ruby Fowler, Unionville, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Richmand, Chinook. Cartwright Area News MRS. FRANK LEENS Sask., Canada. New post office hours at the Mrs. Henry Iszley called Cartwright post office will be Monday at the Frank y effective July 22 as follows: home. Week days 8:30 a.m. to I p.m. Mrs. Frances Boehning of (CST); 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Glendive visited Friday at John (CST); Saturday-- 8:30 a.m. to Dunbars en route from Wafford 1 p.m, (CST); 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. City. Later in the evening, Mr. (CA'T). and Mrs. Oscar Oakland and Mrs. Perry Elletson Jr. took boys visited there. her mother, Mrs. Ella Beyl; Tuesday evening those who her mother-in-law, Mrs. Perry enjoyed birthday cake with Elletson Sr. of Fairview, to Merrill Dunbar at the John Williston on Wednesday where Dunbar home were Mr. and they had their eyes checked. Mrs. Alfred Gullikson, Sever Mrs. Mary Shaide ac- Sponheim and Katheryn companied her brother, Julius Gunderson. Lassey of Williston, to Glendive Wedneay where she drove the car back for him. Mrs. Emma Leens of the Emma Leens + Cartwright community passed Services Held away Saturday about midnight at the Sidney Memorial Mass of the resurrection was Hospital at the age of 99 years celebrated for Emma Leens, 91/z months. The funeral will be 99, of Cartwright, N. D., at 10 at the Catholic Church in a.m. July 20, 1972, at St. Fairview at 10 a.m. (MST) and Catherine's Catholic Church in burial in the Fairview Fairview with Father Patrick Cemetery. Rosary will be Sampson and Father Lyle Wednesday evening at S p.m. at Bachmaier celebrants. the Fulkerson Funeral Home.. Pallbearers were grandsons. The Episcopal church women Ushers were grandchildren. met on Thursday afternoon at Rosary was recited at 8 p.m. the church with Mrs. Fattest July 19 at Fulkerson Memorial Johnson leading opening Chapel. Interment was in devotions. After a short Fairview Cemetery. business meeting the tapes Emma Lucia Leens was born recorded at the church silver Sept. 12, 1572, in Pittem, anniversary partywereplayed. Belgium, daughter of Con- The recordings were of Father stance and Ludevica Peters. William Powell and Bishop She grew up in Belgium and George Masudas who spoke n|arried Cyril Leens on May 2, that day. Lunch was served by 1900 in Pittem, Belgium, and Mrs. William Lassey. they came to the United States Mrs. Arnold Sk0gen and Mrs. in 1902 settling in Illinois. Her Ardean Skogen and Stephanie husband, Cyril, passed away in visited last week at the Milton 1913. She came to Cartwright, Olson home. N.D., in December 1914 filing Supper guests of Alfred on a homestead south of Cart- Gullikson's on Wednesday to wright and farmed there for a honor Lyle Goss on his birth- number of years. She then day, were: Messers. and moved into Cartwright where Mmes. Kenneth Gosa, Ted she lived until moving into Goss, Lyle and Laura; Bob Richland Homes in 1969 where Goss, Jim Gullikson and family she has lived since. and Royle Koch, Lois Croy and Mr. and Mrs. Math Koch and She was a charter member of children. Cartwright Catholic Church Mr. and Mrs, Paul Petersen, and attended St. Catherine's Thomsen, Ill., and Mr. and Catholic Church in Fairview. Mrs. Frank Rogers, Minika, She passed away July 15, Ill., were weekend visitors at 1972, at Community Memorial the Roy and' Forrest Johnson Hospital. homes. Survivors include four sons, Mrs. Lucille Erickson and Frank and Julius, both of daughter, Randi Scheetz and Cartwright; Art of Fairview, Stacy visited at Forrest and Emil of Havre; two Johnson's Friday to get daughters, Mrs. Perry (Leda) acquainted again with Jodi Elletson of Fairview and Mrs. Erickson who is at her grand- Marie Huust of Belmond, Iowa; parents while her folks are on 13 grandchildren and 36 great - vacation, grandchildren; and nine great- Sunshine Homemakers Club great : grandchildren. meeting has been postponed for She was preceded in death by one week until July 27. nine brothers and sisters and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lassey one son. and children attended the air Fulkerson Funeral Home show on Sunday at Moose Jaw, was in charge of arrangements. A group of Texas Co-op Managers and Farmers arrived in North Dakota last week for a few days visit. The William Lasseys had as their guests, Ray Shaver of Rochester, "rex.; David Stows of Plains, Texas, was a houseguest of Albert Millers. They were met at the Farmers Union plane in Williston by William Dobias, McKenzie County hoard member. T?y were joined at the Lasseys by Mr. and Mrs. John Lindvig of the Elk Community and their houseguest, Clarence Wright, on Tuesday evening. The group toured the Bi-State Coop in Fairview and other places of interest including the Valley Vu Feedlot. Wednesday, they visited Sidney and the surrounding area. They were luncheon guests of the Bi-State Co-op at the Lalonde Hotel. That evening the hosts were treated to dinner at the Triangle by their guests. They were taken by plane by William Dobias on Thursday, where the Texas visitors joined the group that visited in other parts of the state. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Goldsmith of Sidney visited on Sunday at the William Lussey home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oakland and sons and Mrs. Tom Oakland drove to Minor Saturday and returned home Sunday after visiting Mrs. Tom Oakland's ged mother and other relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Olson were coffee guests on Sunday at the Aveard Fjelstad home after attending church services in Alexander. Later the two couples attended a smorgasbord in Williston. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lassey left a week ago Saturday for Rochester where Frank went through the clinic there. En route they attended the wed- ding and reception for Allen Skogen, grandson of Olga Lassey, and were overnight guests at Cooperstown, N. D. They also visited there en route home and also with Ervin Gangstad near there. He is a brother of Marian Lussey. They returned home Saturday. Sunday afternoon they watched Ericksons move their cattle by barge across the river and later visited at the Bill Dobias home. Janet Paulson and Linda Helstad drove to Billings Sunday and picked up Carroll Paulson and Bill Bonnett who just returned from California. Karen Paulson is among those attending music camp for one week at the Peace Garden " Music Camp. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Morn., Wed., July 19, 1972 - 11 100TH ANNIVERSARY 4 Days Only- Thurs., Fri., Sat., and M0n., July 20, 21, 22 and 24 MOI'GOMEIUr WAnD BONI COUPON SAVE TO $40.00 ON TI PZml OF ANT AIR CONDIT lONERS Air Cond. Selling To $150. Save $10 Air Cond. Selling To $210. Save $18. Air Cond. Selling To $320.Save $30. / Air Canal Selling Over $320. Save $40. x _ _ / MOMlgRY WARD BONUS COUPON worth $30.00 ON THE PURCHASE OF ANY Console Color TV Sei I Momlomurr wARD mmm COUPON) $1o.oo ON TBE PUl OF AN'= / Automatic Dryer t As Low As s108 _ _Porlable TV Sef B&W Low As *61ss ,MONTGOMERY WARD BONt COUPON wbrtl $10.OO ON  PASlg OF ANY LAWN MOWER ROTARY. REEL or SELF PROPELLED LAWN MOWER Selling For $69.00 Or More. 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