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- The Sidney Hdd,'Sidney,'Mont., Wednesday, August 18, 1971 TRIANGLE Thee KINGSMEN I I ill Legal Notices .,. I IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL DIS- TRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA, IN AND FOR THE .COUNTY OF RICHLAND CASE NO. 3289-P IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF TENA G. SOLEM, Deceased. ORDER TO SiOW CAUSE WIlY SALE OF ESTATE PROP- ER'VY SHOULD NOT BE AUTHORIZED Wayne K. Cumming, Admin- istrator of the above- entitled estate, having filed herein a duly qualified Petition praying for an Order of sale of all real prop- erty belonging to said estate, which Petition isreferred to for further particulars m coi- tion therewith, and good cause appearing therefor; IT IS ORDERED that all per- sons interested in said estate appear before this Court on Wednesday, the 251h day of Au- gust, 1971, at the hour of ten o'clock A.M., of said day, inthe Courtroom of said Court, inthe City of Sidney, County of Rich- land, State of Montana, then and there to show cause, if any they have, why anOrder ofthisCourt should not be made authorizing and directing aid Administra- tor to sell all of the real estat of the deceden! for the purpose of Paying expenses of adminis- tration; and that notice thereof be given by publication in the dney Herald, a newspaper of general circulation in Richland Coanty, Montana, for two (2) consecutive weeks prior to the date of said hearing. DATED this4thday of August,. 1971. L: C. GULBRANDSON DISTRICT JUDGE ATTEST: Ilene Dawe CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT (COURT SEAL) (Publish Aug. 11, 18, 1971) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Harry G. Hartland, Deceased. NOTICE IS IIFREBY GIVEN, by the undersigned, Walter F. Hartlar=d and Amy F. Schow, Co- Administrator s - with - the - Will Annexed of the estate of Harry G, Hartland, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said edeot. to exhibit them with the necessary vchers within four O) months after tit' first publication of this notice to said Co-Administrators - with- the - Will-Annexed at the office of Paul H. Cresap, Attorney at Law, 212 Central venue South, Sidney, Montana. .Dated this 4th day of August, A. D., 1971. WALTER F. HARTLAND AMY F. SCHOW PAUL If. CRESAP 212 Central Avenue Suth P. O: Address: Box 953 Sidney, Montana 59270 AttOrney ' for Co-Admini strafer s (Publfsh Aug. I1, 18, 25; Sept. 1, 1971) NOTICE OF PUBIJC HEARING The Montana State Board of Health will conduct a public hearing beginning at h30 p.m., pt. I0, 1971. in Room 142, Cogswell Building, Heleha, Montana for the following pm'- pos: 1. To review the petitions of MeIntyre Construction Gem- party, and S. Birch, Inc., Great Falls. Montana; BarryO'Leary; Inc., Billings, Montana; Empire Sand and Gravel Company, BiN Hng, Montana; Richardson Construction Company, Inc. Miles City, Montana; Great ,Western Sugar Company, Bil- lingS, Montana, and ttolly Sug- ar Company, Sidney, Montana. for a variance from pollution C01 relati 90008 re- lating [o Sulfta'"in Fuel Re- stfiti0n, 2. To review the petition of Farmers' Uaion GTA Glendive .fO" a varie from pollUtkm All parties desiring to sub- mit mstimony or statements concerning thb matters are hereby invited to attend and.at'e requested to submit ten (I0Y copies of their test LmonY to the hearing officer at the time of the hearing or send them to the Di- vision of Air Pollution Control, NO'IICE OF SPECIALELEC- TION special election will be held Aug. 28, at the' Brorsa School at determining Sc, 1 st.:io. t to rit No. S. Vera E,. s, Clerk of District,l Star Route, Box 142 81dney, Montana (Publish Aug. 18, 25, 1971) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF' THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL DIS- TRICT OF THE STATE O': MONTANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF RICHLAND CASE NO. 3291-P IN THE M3TTEROFTHE ES- TATE OF INEZ M. FREDRICK- SON, Deceased. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY SALE OF ESTATE PRO P- ERTY SHOULD NOT BE AU- TflORIZED. Wayne K. Cumming. Adminis- trator -with-the-Will-Annexed of the Estate of Inez M. Fredrick- son, Deceased, having filed herein a duty qualified Petition praying for an Order of Sale of all real property belonging to said estate, which Petitionisre- ferred to for further particulars in connection therewith, and good cause appearing therefor; IT IS ORDERED that all per- sons interested in said estate appear before this Court on Wednesday, the 251h day of August, 1971, at the boer of ten o'clock A.M. of said day, in the Courtroom of said Court, inthe City of Sidney, County of Rich- land, tate of M0ntana, then and there to show cause, if any they ' have why an" Order ofthisCourt should notbe made authorizing /and diregting said Administra- tor to sell all o4 the real estate ,.O. :vti-.,fieeedent frLh pqrpQse of l@i'hg xpens Of adminis-  tration; and that notice thereof be given by publication in the Sidney Herald, a newspaper of general circulation in Richlgnd County, Montana, for two (2) consecutive weeks prior to the date of said hearing. DATED this 4th day of Au- gust, .1971. L. C. GULBRANDSON DISTRICT JUDGE ATTEST: ILENE DAWE CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT (COURT SEAL) (Publish Aug. 11 and 18, 1971) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIALDIS- TRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF RICHLAND CASE NO 3290-P IN THE MATTER OFTHE ES- TATE OF HALDIS SOLEM BREDEK, Deceased. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY SALF OI.E&TKQP . ERTY SHOULD NOT BE AUTHORIZED ................ Wayne K. Cumming, Adminis-_ trator of the above- entitled estate, having filed hereinaduly qualified Petition praying for an Order of sale of all real prop- erty belonging to Said estate, which Petition is referred to for further particulars in connec- tion therewith, and good cause appearing therefor; IT IS ORDERED that all per- sons interested in said estate appear before tttis Court on Wednesday, the 25th day of Au- gust, 1971, at the hour of ten o'clock AM.; of said day, inthe Courtroom of said court, lathe 'City of Sidney, County of Rich- land, State of Montana, then there to show +cause, if any they have, why anOrder ofthisCourt should not be made authorizing and directing said Administra- tor to sell all of the real estate of the decedent for the PUrpose of paying expenses of adminis- tration and that notice there- of be given by publication inthe Sidney Herald, a newspaper of general circulatiOn in Richland county, Montana, for two (2) consecutive weeks prior to the date of said hearing. DATED this 4th day of Au- gust, 1971. L. C. GULBRANDSON DISTRICT JUDGE ATTEST: ILENE DAWE CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT (COURT SEAL) (Publish Aug. I1 and 18, 1971) DENMARK BOUND - Niells and Nora Baadsgaard of 145 North Drive, Sidney, were the winners in the Sidney Lions Club booth drawing at the Richland County Fair, recently, where they had a choice of a trip to either Minneapolis or Las Vegas or $250 cash The Baadsgaards chose the money, since they are planning a trip to Den- o mark next year. Presenting them with the check was Henry Schepens, 2nd, left, chairman of the financial committee, with Jack Yoss, program committee chairman Captains of the ticket sale were Dick Christensen and Sven Thirud, with Tony Sun- sted as president of the club. Ticket money will be used for community betterment projects, the members noted McCabe Area News Notes The Miriam Circle ot Eben- ezer spent Wednesday after- noon at Pastor Grog Karlsgodt' s home in. Froid, to welcome them. A "no-host" lunch was served, following the afternoon visit. Mr. and Mrs. James Kirby of St. Paul, Minn., are visiting at the home of Pastor and Mrs. Greg Karlsgedt. They are her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Rehren- bach, Poison, were supper guests of Frank Nelsen, Wednesday. Thursday, guests of Mrs. Glen Larsen were Mrs. George Rehenbach, Mrs. Pete Gilbert- sen, Adele Andersen and Mrs. Frank Nelsen. Visiting at Agner Hofman's Sunday were Mr s. Jerry Evans and Trina, Mr. and Mrs. Russ Cheney, Absarokee; Mrs. Ole Olsen and Adele Andersen. 1elatives of Bill and Marcia Scharnweber, Tacoma, Wash., hosted a picnic in their honor at,. sealed bids will be received by the Board of Trustees Of School DiSt; 28, Lambert,Montana, un- til Sept. 10th, 1971, for the fol- lowing: One barn 28' x 16' and attaclv ed garage 18' x 10' located at the Three Buttes School. No bids for less thmt $50 will be considered and buildings must be moved by Oct. 1, 19712 The Board of Trusteesreserves the right to reject any and all bids. All bids to be addressed to Bettye J. Prevost, clerk, School -District 28, Lambert, Montana, and marked "Barn Ed." Dated this 2nd day of August, 1971. Board of -Ustees School District No. 28 Lambert, Montana By Bettye J. Prevost, Clerk (Publish Aug. 4, 11, 18,1971) INTHE DISTRICT COURt.OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL DIS- TRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF RICHLAND IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF G. A. BATTERON, Deceased, NOTICE OF TIME SETFOR PROVING WILL ANDHEARING APPLICATION FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTARY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that there has been presented to the Court an instrument, purporting to be the Last Will ....................... and Testament of G. A. Bat, terson, Deceased, and that a Petition has been filed with said Court for the probate of the same as his Last Will and Testament, and for the issu- ance of Letters Testamentary to Elizabeth Battersoa; and that Wednesday, the 25th day of Au- gust, A. D., 1971, at 10:00 o, clock A.M. of said day, at the Courtroom of said CourL in the Courthouse, at the City of Sidney, Richland County, Mon- tana, has been set as the time and place for the proof of said Will, and for the hearing at said Petitiotl, at wMch time and place any and all persons in- terested in said estate may ap- pear 'in opposition-thereto, and contet dr file objections to the same, as provided by law. DATED at Sidney, Montana, this 29th day of July, A. D., 1971. -s- Ilene DaW CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT (COURT SEAL) V: G. KOCH Attorney at Law ttorney for Estate ::, Post Office and Eras|ess Ad- dress:Courthouse, Box 831 SY, Montana Pubsh Aug. , 11, t8, tgfl) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of EINAR ANDERSON, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned Ella Ander- son, Executrix of the Estate of Einar AnderSon deceased, to the creditors of and al[persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary' vouchers within four (4) months after the first publication of this,notice, to the said Ella Anderon, Executrix at the law offices of Milton G. '.,Andorson. Attorney for the Executrix, located in the Sidney Drug Store Bttilding, Sidney, Box 73, Sidney, Montana, the place, appointed for the trans- action ot the business of thees- tataz in the County of Richland. D/tted August 11th, 1971. ELLA ANDERSON Executrix'of the Estate of" EINAR ANDERSON, ,Dee0ased. ," MILTON G, ANDERSON P. O. Box 73 Located in Sidney DrugBuild Sidney, Montana 59270 Attorney for Executrix (Publish Aug. 15 and 25; Sept. 1 and 8, 1971) the Sidney City Park, Sunday. A birthday party was held at the Martin Nelsen home, Fri- day, in honor of Kadi and Karl Flatt. Guests were Mrs. Larry Rasmussen, Stacy and Loren; Mrs. Pete Gilbertsen, Mrs. Ron Olsen and Kim; Mrs. Jerry Kozak and Judy; Mrs. Ed Hen- sen and Sharon; Mrs. Ed Jen- sen and Susan; Mrs. RaySweet, Paul, Elve and David; Mrs. Tom Nelsen,.Beth and Mark; Mrs. Glen Larsen and Karen and Rick and Kitti Flatt. Robert Petersen, Milwaukee, Wis., son of Mrs. Lettie Peter- sen, spentafewdaysvisiting his mother and brother, Virgil. Mrs. Maynard Andersen, Dawn, Gene, James and Ger- ry attended the wedding, Satur- day, at Scobey of her nephew, Daryl Fladager to Garnet Hum- bert and also visited bar moth- er, Mrs. Marie Fladager, and 'Lizzie' Hagen, Sidney Woman Funm'M services-for Eliza- beth"Lizzie" Hagen, 87, Std- ney, were held at 10 a.m., Aug. 12, at Pella Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Stanley Larsenof- ficiating. At ,hose services, pallbear- ers were Brian Kilen, Lloyd Scoles, Chuck Dowse, Harold Goulding, Sam Lee and Paul Lamphier; Ushers were Orin Anderson and Leo Miller. Vo- cal selections were "Beyond The Sunset" and "The OldRug- ged Cross' sung by Maivola Walburn and accompanied by Marge Theger sen. Interment was atSidney Cem- etery. Fulkerson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Elizabeth Lavina Hagen was born April 15, 1884, at Parkers- burg, Iowa, daughter of John and Ma'y Ackerson. On Jan. 3, 1900, she married Fred WMteman at Windom, Minn. They lived at Windom for four years and then moved to Mor- ris, Minn. In 1914, tbey came to Montana to farm northeast of Richey. In 1915, they home- steaded in the Prairie Elk com- munily. Fred died in 1917. She married Ole O. Hagen on Nov. 26, 1924, at Sidney. They farmed in the Redwater area until retiring in 194, whanthey moved to Sidney. Ole died In 1961. She has lived in Sidney since; She passed away Aug. 9, at Community Memorial Hospital in Sidney. She is survived by six sons, Fred R. WMteman, Floyd WMte- man, George D. WMteman and John L. WMteman, all of Rich- ey; Ernest L. WMteman, Yaki- me, Wash., and Lewis S. White- man, Sidney; three daughters, Mrs. Clarence (Jessie)Rosaan, Sidney; Mrs. Alvin (Maxrde) LobdelI, Richey, and Mrs. Law- rence (Irene)Stiles, Yakima, Wash.; three brothers, George Ackerson, Puyallup, Wash.; Dewey Aekerson, Pillager, Minn., and Sheldon Ackerson, Sherwood, N. D.; two sister, Mrs. Mary Holmes, Brainerd; Minn,, and Mrs. Hattie Roder, Casselton, N. D.; 38 grandchil- dren, 102 great - grandchildren and two great-great-grandcMl- dren. other relatives. They returned home Thursday. Mrs. Corelia O'Neil, Gar- dena, Calif., spent a week in the area visiting relatives and friends. She is a sister-in-law of Frank, Martin and Walter Nelsen. A picnic was hosted in her honor by relatives, Sunday. Mrs. O'Neil is a guest at the Frank Nelsen home. Guests F.riday atthe Mrs. Ag- her Hofman home were Mrs. Marie Fryhling, Sidney, and her daughters, Mrs. Arlene Lin- coln, Oakland, Calif.; Mrs. Mar- vel Eversoul, LaCentre, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. John Hofman and family, Glasgow, and Mrs. Ken- neth Olsen. Visiting Saturday at the Ar- nold Thomsen home were Mrs. Marie Fryhling, Missoula; Mrs. Charles Garrison, Randy and David, Grand Forks, N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Thomsen, Ruth Mattelin and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Andersen and family. The key. Ole Larsen, Ana- conda, former pastor of Eben- ezer Lutheran, McCabe, visit- ed at the Agner Hofman home, Friday. Mrs. Olga Grele returned to Wolf Point, Sunday, after spend- ing two weeks at the FrankNel- sen home. Mrs. George Rehenbaek, Pol- son, visited at the Lettie Peter- sens, Chris Olsens and Mac and Laura Blowers home, Sat- urday. Attending the Larsen family picnic, Sunday, in Sidney City Park were Mr. and Mrs. Willie Larsen, Mr. andMrs. FredHof- man and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Larsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Larsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Grog Hofman, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Larsen and family and Mr. and Mrs, Arlle Larsen and family. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Marie FryMing, Missoula; Mrs. Charles Garrison, Randy and David, Grand Forks, N. D., and Mrs. Edith Larsen, Sidney. Guests at the Lettie Petersen home, Wednesday, to celebrate her birthday were Mrs. Pete Gilbertsen, Mrs. Henry Antler. sen, Mrs. Glen Larsen, Mrs. Chris Olsen and Mrs. Frank Nelsen. Oscar Jensen, PaulOlsenand Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Ander. sen and boys were Sunday visi- tors at the Bill Walker home, Culbert son. Mrs. Myron Baker, Mrs. Ed- na Trent, Glasgow and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Larsen and family were Sunday dinner guests af- ter attending the installation services at Pastor Greg Karls- gedt. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Brese visited their daughter, Mrs. Laverne Andersen, Thursday, who is convalescing in the Wolf Point hospital. Lrs. Marie Fryhliug, Mis- soula; Mrs. Edell Garrison, Rand) and David "and Steve, Darla, Tim, Karen and Keith Larsen were Sunday dinner guests at the Willie Larsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fryhling and Dianna, Julie and Laurie Gobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- yon Scott and family, Williston, attended the Champions Ride Rodeo, Sunday, at Sentinnel Butte, N. D. Entertainment **.. Every Night Excevt RICHEY AREA NEWS Former Posfor Dies In HELEN H. HANSON The conununity was saddened to learn of the death of the Rev. Nels C. Carlson of Lewistown, Idaho, Sunday, AUg. 8. Funeral services were held the follow- ing Thursday. Rev. Carlson served the Richey -Lambert Lutheran Parish from June 1944 to the fall of 1946 -- his first parish. He is survived by Ms widow, Beth, and five children, Corrine, Mary Beth, Sylvia, Dennis and Nylis. Rev. and Mrs. Roane Deckert and three children from Farm- ington, Ill., visited relatives and friends here, from Monday until Thursday, and were house- guests of hisbrother, Jim Deck- ert and family. Their grand- mother, Lizzie Deckert, from the Grandview Apartments in Glendive, also spem a few days in the Jim Deckert home. She and the two Deckert ladies vis- ited Mrs. Regina Ortman wMle in Richey, Wednesday. Several Richey residents at- tended the funeral of Mrs. Liz- zie Hagen in Sidney, Thursday. Mrs. Alton Olson and two sons, James and Harlen, act companied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferguson, Wolf Point, to Billings, Aug. 12, to attend the graduation of practi- cal nursing of wMch Fergu- son's daughter, Mary Goodsell, was a member. The Olsons re- turned home, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Etzel Jr., Savage, returned SundaY from MinneaPolis, where they attend- ed a couple of major league baseball games between the Minnesota Twins and Detroit Tigers. They also visited Lee' s niece, Sue Pringle, a nurse at a hospital in Robinsdale, a sub- urb of Minneapolis. Weekend visitors of Mrs. Donna Cummings were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Saxton and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doonelly, all of Menomonie, Wis. Saturday visitors of Mrs. Ai- leen WMteside were her daugh- ters, Lynn, Bozeman, and Jill, who is employed for the sum- mer in the Jim Shaw home, near Hedge s. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carey and daughter, Priest River, Ida- ho, were weekend visitors of his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Morey. They also visited friends and rela- tives in the Richey and Glen- dive area and visited Mrs. Car- ey's sisters and their families, , the Carl Dm'feys in Livingston and the Mervin Gerkes, Bil- lings. Mr. and Mrs. Sexton Cum- mings left AUg. 13, for Denver, Colo., to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray King, and daughter for a few days. The Charley Cum- Mr. and mints of Sidney are staying on tended a the Saxton Cummings ranch dur- Andy ing their absence. Sunday. Visiting the Abe Frisinger wood, family, Friday through Sunday, Calif., was Frank Gonshorowski, San- The ta Rosa, Calif. He also visited Ms sister, Mary Egness, in to Glendive en route home from ce Minnesota. niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jolm- the MarloW son and grandson, Paul Thomp- Raisls son, all of St. Paul, visited all of from Sunday until Friday with Johnson and the Alfred Unruhs. Johnson is Glasgow. Tl a nephew of Mrs. Unruh. The Missoula, Unruhs and their guests and Mary Tyke Colber also spent some Calif., was time at Unruh's Cabin at Rock A few Creek. of Houseguests of Edna Yeo for home on a few days are her uncle, Mr. celebrate and Mrs. Arnold Soft, and also Clarence her aunt, Mrs. Martha Field, man wuert all from Prett Prairie, Ken. cakes. Mrs. Abe Frisinger accom- Mrs. 01e partied by Mr s. Hardwick leer Schwartz and Herb Albrecht, party for drove to Williston, N. D., Thurs- tire day, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Joe at her Delaney. Otterness' The streets of Richey are he- versary. ing finished with a coat of tar Steven and cMps. Clara Soft returned from Bil- Connie, lings, Thursday, where she vis- ited her sons, Loren andfamily famil at Boy's Ranch and Jim and Lloyd family who had just returned Present from eight weeks of schooling Lloyd at San Bernadino, Calif., per- taining to Campus Crusade for The Christ. Jim also practiced for for KaliSPe basketball. Jim and family will visitirg return to Tulsa, Okla., AUg. 24 Boles, to start their years activities seeing for Campus Crusade for Christ. RicheY D.S. 2 James H. Fellows, wife and daughter, Paula, have Mrs. Anna arrived at their new station at grandson. Rota, Spain, where they will Mrs. orr spend the next two years. Mrs. Tacoma, Fellows writes that the coun- Eggum try where they are located re- Mrs. minds her of home -- rolling Mrs. Mils, trees and seemingly good farming country. The Rock of ited Gibralter can be seen from Ralph Rote. RicheY Mrs. George Boese took her also grandsons, Phillip andJonHow- en ard, back to Dickinson and spent brechtS. the weekend with her daughter, teaching Mrs. Bette Howard. The boys cation in had spent the past three weeks tern this sc assisting their uncle, Richard Mr. and Beese, with the harvest. Dor- RicheY, een and Brenda Bnese also ac- companied their grandmother Sidney, and cousins to Dickinson. #' Vinyl Shield Reg. 4.99 OAK and HICKORY =3' per 4 x 8 sheet Reg. 3.99 SPICE and BANANA =3 39 per 4 x 8 sheet Reg. 4.99 PECAN, SUPREME WINTER, COCOANUT, SUMAC $389 sh.t ' in Sidney J