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4- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., August 23, 1972 ,,11 i H, u i Local News Items Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Minser received word last week of the death of Laurence tleattie, Boise, Idaho, Aug. 17. Burial was Aug. 19 at Boise. Mr. BeaKie was a former Sidney resident and on his retirement in 1955, he was an assistant at Holly Sugar Co. The Beatties made their home in Florida prior to moving to Boise. Harold and John Martin, Minneapolis, were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fawcett while vacationing in Montana. Arriving today from St. Paul are the Fawcetts' daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. Keith Loken and children. Mr. and Mrs. IJren Benth entertained relatives and friends at a housewarming party at their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Kallevig hosted a barbecue for Kallevig family members in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Sig Andreasen, visitors from Bowie, Texas. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hansen has been Mrs. Hansen's cousin, Mrs. Merle Commack, Boyd, Mont. Stephen Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson, is now serving aboard the UKS Hoel after completing his basic training at Great l,akes. His address is Stephen Olson, (;MG-SA, U Hoel (1)DG-13), FPO, San Francisco, Calif. 96601. David Patch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Patch, left Sunday to enter his junior year at Hillcrest Academy, Fergus 1,'alls, Minn. He accompanied Norman Sollid and Daryl Sunwall, both of Shelby. l)r. and Mrs. John O'Sullivan and family have returned from vacationing in the Black Hills. They were accompanied by their houseguests, Mrs. O'Sullivan's nmther, Mrs. Frank Kiernan, Mountain Imkes, N. J., and I)r. O'Sullivan's brother, Dr. Niall ()'Sullivan, Cork, Ireland. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth tlowell have returned from a three w(eks vacation in Scotland, England, Germany, Swit- zerland and France. Mrs. Betty Carey and Steve visited in Columbus with her l)ant.% Mr; and Mrs. Fritz Rcikofski. SIJev(; also visited ifi Missoula and went deep sea fishing while in Seattle. Mrs. Grace Wilkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilkinson were in Regina to see their son and brother, Tom, quarterback with the Edmonton Eskimos, play against the Saskatchewan Houghriders. Visiting Mrs. Julia Niehenke are her sister and nephew, Mrs. Agnes Weibler and Bernie, Yakima. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mayo, Cavalier, N. D., and Mrs. Mary Obergfell, Boise, Idaho. Guests of Mrs. Jo Maltese are Mr. and Mrs. Peter Maltese and Michele, Missoula. Peter has finished the summer session at the University of Montana law school and will be returning there this fall. Kurt Waldron, Baker, was a weekend guest of Mr, and Mrs. Phil Petrik. Kurt and Phil were classmates at Breck School, Minneapolis. Houseguests of Mrs. I). W. Johnson have been Mrs. Iydia Wilson and Jim, Apache Jet., Ariz. Jim left from here for college in I,aCrosse Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adamson and Gerald Adam- son, New Rockford, N. D., flew from Regina ,to Anchorage, Alaska, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Adamson's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Williams and family. En route home the Admnsons visited relatives in Tacoma and with their daughter in Billings. Dr. and Mrs. I, H. Rimey, Sedalia, Mo., were weekend guests of Mrs. Roy Rounce. Mrs. Rimey is the former Ruth Turner and was graduated from high school here. The Rimeys are en route to a family reunion at Eureka with the Bath, Turners, Hillsboro, Ore., and the Bob Turners, Shelby. Valerie Elected At NCB A local student Valerie l{oberts, l,ambert, has been elected a member of Phi Beta Omega social and service sorority at the National College of Business. She is the daughter of Mr. ,'ind Mrs. C. Eugene RoberLs and is majoring in the Airline (;areers program leading to an Associate of. Science degree. what you need for what you're wearing. Show as much leg as you want to. No matter what you're wearing... hot skirts, hot pants, warm pants, cut-outs, slits, wraps--or anything that shows alot of leg. Kayser Sheer-to-the-Waist Panty Hose is what you need. Because the leg is so important, Kayser bares it. No seams, no dark bands around your thigh. Just a great fitting and great looking pair of panty hose that shows as much leg as you want to. In as many colors as you'd care to. $] oo ii iiii i iiiiiiiiiiiii ii iii i i iiiii i ART GALLERY -- Paintings by famed artist from Montana make up a major portion of the J. K. Ralston Museum Art Gallery here. The museum houses items of local historical interest for public viewing. Persons from 28 states and four foreign countries have visited the museum since its opening this summer. Don Mrachek Photo 4-H Competition Keen District competition for 4-H Club members Aug. 18, in Glendive was as keen as if the 27th annu:d Montana 4-H Congress in Bozeman had no been cancelled. However, the eventual winners of awards and trips will have to wait longer to find out how they made out. The only district winners to be announced now were in the 4-H Style Revue and demon- strations. State winners will be named about Sept. 14 by a state awards conunittee which will use project record books in making selections. The district Style Revue winner was Susan Haase of (;lendivc. First alternate was l,aura Nordland of Phillips County. One of 10 winners in the five district competitions will represent Montana and com- pete for a scholarship at the National 4-H Congress in Chicago. The district demonstration winners, eligible to advance for possible Chicago and Denver trips, were Brenda Nordland of l'hillips County, Dairy Foods; Bryce ,Johnston of Carter (:aunty, Ag Demonstration; Falinda Dourette of Phillips County, Home Ec.; and Sandi tlill of Garfield County, Home I':'. The state 4-H awards selection committee will select a boy and girl to receive U. S. Savings Bonds as state public speaking contest winners on the basis of the five district cam- petitions. Twenty - six mem- bers were eligible. However, any 4-H member with a public speaking project will be eligible for selection to attend National 4-It Congress. Mrs. Vivienne Kintz, state Extension program coordinator at Montana State University judged the speech contests in Glendive. Those winning in the district were: Third'Place - Jeannie Austin, Phillips County; Second Place - Julianne Minow, Powder River County; First Place - Carol Flansoas, Phillips County. C. W. (Brick) Vaughn, State Extension 4-H Specialist at MSU in charge of demon- stration or illustrated talk judging, selected district winners to be considered for state awards. Two boys and two girls will be picked to attend the Western 4-H Roundup in Denver. State dairy foods and breads demonstration winners will become eligible to advance to national competition. Approximately 73 youths were eligible for district in- terviews for possible selection as winners of trips to the National 4-H Conference in Washington, D. C. next spring, or to become one of three girls and three boys on the state 4-H "Report - to - the - State" team. Jim Sargent, state 4-H and other youth specialist in charge of interviewing, said final choices will be from the entire state rather than district "finalists." Sargent and assistants used a "newspaper reporter" technique in in- terviewing. There were approximately 120 4-H members from 13 counties at the Eastern Mon- tana district event. Held in conjunction with the "sub- stitute for 4-H Congress" competition were the demonstrations, public speaking, dress revue, a tour through Makoshika State Park, a horse selection and training event and a banquet where winners were announced. After the dinner the 4-H 'ers attended the Melodrama in Glendive. Participating from Richland County were Sheree Buxbaum, Nancy Dare, Martha Rehbein, tdving demonstrations; Lee Hilhnan, dress revue; and .lark Hehbein, Joyce Rambur, )am Denowh, Donna Mc- Millen, Debbie Gable and Connie Torgerson going on the tour. for the Senior? Webber Studio has been taking outdoor casual school pictures in color in Sidney for 14 years and if the seniors would like pictures taken by a tree or on the lawn, we will take them that way. Photography is our only business at Webber's Studio No Camera Charge Easy Pay Plan Available Webber's Studio in Sidney Krause Marries Debra Ann Popovich and William Earl Krause ex- changed marriage vows July 29 m a double - ring ceremony m St. Paul's I,utheran Church. Rev. Donald J. Gordineer of- ficiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Popovich. 1745 W. Kent Ave., and the bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Krause, Sidney. Deneen Krause was maid of honor and Edee McDonald was bridesmaid. Larry Rogness was best man and Richard McDonald ushered. Flower Rirls were Tarnmy and Susan Johnson. A reception followed at the church. Farmers U nion Sponsors Tour Farmers Union Central Exchange recently sponsored an all day tour of Southeastern Montana fertilizer trails for area bankers to acquaint them with the latest fertilizer and chemical programs for small grains. The trails were in Fallon, Terry, Circle, Brockway, I,ambert and Sidney. Area bankers included Jerry Butner, Richland National Bank, Sidney; Tony Sundstedt, Sidney National Bank, Sidney; Terry Brubaker, State Bank of Terry, Terry. The tour, which was the first of its kind to be held in the area, was considered a success in promoting awareness of research programs in the Southeastern Montana area. Debra Papa The new Mrs. Krause is graduate of Sentinel Hit School and attended University of Montana. She| employed by Burlin Northern. tter husband is graduate of Sidney Senior School and attended UM. works at Albertson's The couple is at home Missoula. Jenson, Jense Set Engager00el Mr. and Mrs. Harold announce th engagement their daughtei', Nancy Kay Joeseph Patrick Jensen, Roy Jensen, (;rafton, N. and Mrs. Walter Wuest, Nancy Kay Jenson A Sept. 16 wedding is at the People's Church at 7:30 p.m. All and relatives are invited.  btAI'AG the Features Savings You Need and Want! Maytag's most popular- Model D606 Halo-of-Heat Dryer All-around performer electronic control dry- er. One setting - elec- tronic sensors do the job right. SAVE! Master Deluxe Automatic Model D407 Control Dryer Thermo-Sensorcon-$30 LESS! trol shuts off automati- cally when clothes are dry. No guesswork. Maytag's Lowest Price Model D307 Automatic C mtrol Dryer Setdialforanydegree $40 LESS! of dryness - this auto- dry dryer does the rest. Many rugged features. 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