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na-(;Jiarley Creek News ?PLER Mrs. Frank Calvin Bozeman, visited Mr. and Mrs. a few days Bill Fisher returned e from Billings last week. summer school Harold Martin and went to Billings, Maryln ac- some of her girl to Denver to spend the Mrs. Martin and accompanied Mr. and Hinz, Billings, !:Sunday. Mrs. Eathel accompanied them some time visiting her Mrs. Martin. dinner guests at the Miller&apos;s were Bob and Culbertson. of the neighbor ladies celebrate Saturday, at her Fisher's and LaVon Schlenz's went boating and had a picnic near Poplar, Sunday. Barb and Mary Ruffatto spent a few days visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Leo O'Connor, Sidney, and also attended the fair. Judy Marottek, Poplar, spent Tuesday with Mary Ruffatto. Friday callers at the John Ruffatto's were Bob and Gary Rauschendorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Keane, Toledo, Ohio, spent 10 days visiting at the Harold Tolksdorf's. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmitz were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Schlabs, Medicine Lake, Sunday. Iseman, Fairfield, spent last week visiting her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fisher. Mrs. Pete Ruffatto, Mrs. Jerry Fisher and other young folks spent Tuesday chokecherry picking. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tolksdorf hosted a fish fry for some neighbors and friends. Sunday visitors at the Baker Finnicum's were Mr. and Mrs. I,oran Finnicum and family and Frances Jorgenson, Sid- ney. Mrs. I,aVon Schlenz attended a birthday party for her mother, Mrs. Ora Sheehan, Sidney, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Candee, Waterloo, Iowa, spent a week at his brother's, the I,es Candee's. l,ast Sunday dinner guests at the Candee's were the Edgar Fisher's, Wolf Point; the Dick Brunsvold's, Medicine Lake; the Dean Carlson's, Fairview; Cleta Candee, Sidney, and Florence Candee, poplar. Mr. and Mrs: Phil Thorn_sen spent last week in Billings. They returned to the Cal Steppler's, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tolksdorf and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Keane visited friends in Wolf Point, Thursday. Jody and Jill Ieland, Skaar route, spent the weekend with their grandparents, the Les Candee's. -Sp ri n gla k e-E n i d and Mrs. Kelsie Moore )lane for their home in Fla., after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sheehan attended party for her Mrs. Bernice Petrik, Friday. Other guests Mrs. Jean Hepler, Mrs. and Mrs. Berger. Harold Carda family Sunday visitors at the glasna's, south Sidney. week guests at the Pease's were Mrs. l,awrence Pease, and Mrs. l,arry Pease and family, Garrison, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klasna and IAnda spent Saturday visiting her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cornelia and family, Circle. Pre-schoolers from the Springlake School who had pre- school tests in Sidney Tuesday, were April Wetz, I,isa Carda, Jill Strand and Gene Irigoin. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klasna and family visited her mother, Mrs. Bertha Cornelia and Virg, Cbarlie Creek, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sum- mane and daughter, Andrea, Bakersville, Calif., arrived and Mrs. Val Stockert, N. D., announce the of their daughter, Barbara, to Doug son of Mr. and Mrs. Homstad, Fairview. To Marry Friday to visit her mother, Mrs. Maryann Irigoin and S ep t. 2 brother, the Joe Irigoin family. Friends attended funeral services in SidneY' Monday for Mrs. Phillip Schmoll and Tuesday for John Collins. Both were former residents of the Ehndale and Mona Com- munities. Tuesday callers at the Frank Carda's were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prete, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Batten's, Portland, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Batten's, Great Falls. The Frank Carda farm is the for- mer Ernest Botten's place and old home of Mrs. Prete, Roy, Charles and John Battens. They were all here to attend funeral services for their sister, Mrs. Etha Schmoll. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Keller drove to Miles City Monday to get their grandsons, Ronnie Barbara Stoekert Norby, Morgan Ilian is a graduate of Jnso High School and Engagement nded Minot College of where she majored in Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Norby reporting. is a graduate of High School and Minot College of where he is nmjoring accounting. Wedding date is set for 2 in Dickinson. Jr., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Helga Lynn, to Carl Wayne Morgan. The wedding will be at Zion I,utheran Church, Fairview, Aug. 26, at 6 p.m. Friends and relatives are cordially invited. Need A gXedding Gift? We specialize in Precious Gifts for Precious People. and this months newlyweds are special people. Come in and see our large selection of gifts, in every price range Gifts, iii ii II i Cards, Napkins, Invitation For Every Occasion I STOP and Jeff Mogal, York, Neb., who came with friends to visit their grandparents for a few weeks. Mrs. Roy Williams left for home in Great Falls after spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Carda. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gidley, Tacoma, Wash., visited her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Keller, Monday. Patty McCleary, Billings, is visiting at the Paul Amestors a few days. Rain, rain and more rain has delayed harvest the past week and at this writing the sun still isn't shining. It doesn't take long for an inch of rain to fall these days, so everyone is .saying "rain rain go away come back again some other day". William Brewer Assignment Set Airman William E. Brewer, son of Mrs. Rita A. Gulbraa of Rt. 1, Sidney, has been assigned to Keesler AFB, Miss., after completing Air Force basic training. William Brewer During his six weeks at the Air Training Command's I ckland AFB, Tex., he studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. The airman has been assigned to the Technical Training Center at Keesler for specialized training in com- munications - electronics systems. Airman Brewer is a 1972 graduate of Sidney Senior High School. His father, Wayne E, Brewer, resides at 2219 W. College, Bozeman. Local Item Mrs. Caroline Nesset, Coon Valley, Wis., spent the past five weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. Anna C. Johnson. She also visited relatives and friends in Williston and Glendive during her stay in Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas at 209 SOUTH CENTRAL D. Bergan Finsaas, Bergan Married In Sidney Patsy Dianne Finsaas and Douglas Duane Bergan were united in marriage at a double - ring ceremony on July 29, 1972, in the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church with the bride's uncle, Rev. Raymond Finsaas, South Rhodesia, Africa, officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I.loyd Finsaas of Fairview, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bergan, Rugby, N. D. The bride wore a floor-length gown of polyester - satin crepe with lace overlays, sleeves and train, fashioned and sewn by herself. And a shoulder - length veil of illusion veiling. She carried a corsage of pink roses on a white Bible, with white streamers and pink rosebuds. Sandra Hunter, Fairview, was maid of honor. The bride's sisters, I,inda and Janice, were bridesmaids. Their gowns were of lilac polyester in A-line design. They each carried a single long stemmed pink rose and wore pink hair bows with streamers and pink rosebuds. The best man was Dan Bergan, brother of the groom, and groomsmen were Harvey Finsaas, brother of the bride, and Ken Gebhardt, Rugby. Arlene Finsaas, sister of the bride had charge of the guest book. Ushers were Richard Croy, Cartwright, and Terry Strieful, Rugby. Dan Pust, soloist, sang "Each for the Other" and "The l,ord's Prayer" accompanied by Mrs. Sam Teizen on the organ. The reception was held at the Girl Scout Cabin where the bride's aunts, Mrs. Dallas Johnson, Watford City, N. D., and Mrs. Lawrence Johnson, Fairview, cut and served the wedding cake Mrs. Ervin Johnson, Sidney, poured coffee and a cousin, Ruth Finsaas, South Rhodesia, served punch. Jan Johnson, Debbie Dahl, Brenda Barr and Linda Schlothauer, all schoolmates of the bride, served the tables. The bridesmaids opened the gifts. Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Finsaas and daughters, Ruth, Joy and Naydene, sang songs during the reception. The bride is a graduate of Fairview High School and is attending Business School in Minot and the groom is at- tending the State Teachers College in Minot, working for a master degree in speech pathology and audiology. Out of town guests were from Watford City, Minot and Rugby, N. D., and Billings, and included the bride's grand- mother, Mrs. Emalia Johnson,. Fairview, and the groom's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hilman Bergan from Rugby. Savage-Crane News By BEA FISCHER Bill Hoffstott has returned home after driving to points in Iowa to visit relatives. Mrs. Wayne Knudsen and children left for Havre to join her husband there. She has home from Billings where she visited her son, Ed, who is a patient in the Billings Deaconess Hospital. Sandy Odenbach is recuperating nicely from an accident she had when she was The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., August 23, 1972 - 9 R ichey News Notes HEI,EN H. HANSON Installation services were held for Rev. Don Huntington at the CMA Church Sunday with District Superintendent Rev. Irving Malta of Billings of- ficiating. Mr. and Mrs. Claton Tanner of Erie, Penn., visited a few days with their son and family, Rcv. and Mrs. Don Huntington last week. The Tanners were taking Huntington's aunt, Mrs. Fae Wollett, to San Pablo, Calif. Dcbbie Waters recently graduated from the Miles City Beauty College and has ac- cepted a position at the Woman's World Beauty Shop in Glendive. Mrs. Dan Hohman and daughter from Oren, Utah, was an overnight guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lilburn Bahls, Thursday. Dinner guests in the Bahls home Thursday besides the Utah visitors, were Mrs. Hohman's grandmother, Mrs. Alfred Rehbein, Lambert, and daughter, Mrs. Bob Evenson and five children, all of Lambert. Albert Hoffman and family and David Callison were also visitors. Visiting here Thursday from Albert City, Iowa, and Bloomfield, Neb., were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Grewich and his aunt, Mrs. Henry Luelliman. They visited the Albert Jankes, Regina Ortman, the George Bocse and Richard Boese families and the Myron Schultz'. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Goosen were their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hanel, Havre. Hanel is employed by the Civil Service at the Air Base. Goosen's other daughter, Myrna and husband, Harold Gilbertson, left a week ago for their home in Chadron, Neb., where he has a teaching position in the college. Myrna has been home with her parents all summer while her husband taught summer school in Chadron. Harold assisted with the harvest on the Goosen farm before leaving for Chadron. Mrs. Jim CoRer, ac- companied b Mrs. Jack Knb' $Jtlney, Oh;ore to 'Mink neapolis last week to attend an International Conference on the Holy Spirit cared by the three I,utheran Bodies. The Con- ference was held in the auditorium from Aug. 15 through 19. While there, Mrs. Colter saw many of her old time friends including Mrs. Aleda Brekke of Marshall, Minn., formerly Mrs. Henry Mathison, and Missionary brother, Conrad Halverson, Madagasgar, Ernie Gjilton, a former Bible School teacher in been visiting her parents, Mr. thrown from a horse at the Richey of years ago, the Art and Mrs. Jesse Roberts, for a beginning of a race. She has Mathisons and many others. few weeks while her husband been a patient at the Culbertson Mr. and Mrs. Robert was relocating, hospital. Ferguson and three children Mrs. Bert Clemmer returned Mrs. Hazel Lingle, her from Riverside, Calif., visited mother and children from his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Mountain Home, Idaho, were Olson and family in Richey last October Vows visitors at the Viola Garfield week. They also visited Robert's parents and other Mr. and Mrs. William Fat- zinger, rural Poplar, announce the engagement of their daughter, Florene Anice, to Bruce L. Green, son of Mrs. Ruth Swartzenberger of Fairview and Clifford Green of Halma, Minn. Florene Anice Fatzinger Miss Fatzinger is a graduate of I,ambert High School and of Billings Business College. (;reen is a graduate of Fairview High School and UND Williston Center, Williston, N. D. Both are employed in Sidney. An Oct. 21 wedding is planned. I Illll II I  I III OPEN HOUSE Thursday, Aug. 24 - 2 - 5 p.m. 121 - 3rd. Ave. SW Honoring home Tuesday. They were en route to points in Kentucky to visit relatives and visit Hazel's daughter, Mary, who will be going to college. Earl Pickering is a patient at the Sidney hospital. Jesse Roberts has received word of the death of his brother, Kim Roberts, in California. Ben Campbell and Kathy have returned home after a trip to Iowa to visit his brother who has been seriously ill, Christy Ler, daughter of Harold I,er's, is a patient at St. Vincent's Hospital in Billings. She was injured when her horse fell with her. She received a broken leg and was taken to Billings by ambulance July 28. She had surgery and is now receiving physical therapy and is getting along quite well. Patti Mann stayed with her aunt and uncle, the Harold Jorgcnsens, over the weekend while her mother was in Billings. I III IIIII I II III Mr. R. H. Foss On His 85th birthday T PI,EASE, NO GIFTS I II II I I II I I I I IIIIII1| I I relatives in Wolf Point. Gene Mickelson is in receipt of a letter from his sister in Missoula saying his uncle, Lee aleph, is a patient in the VA Hospital in Fort Harrison as a result of a severe stroke. Olson was a former custodian of the Richey schools. Letters will be appreciated. Barney Sorenson, Billings, another former Richeyite, has recently been admitted as a patient in the VA Hospital in Miles City. Mrs. Vivian Walker of Chewclah, Wash., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Adkins and other relatives in Glendive. On Sunday Mrs. Walker, Rachel Waag and Helen Freeman came from Glendive for a visit with the Jim Colter family, Ruben Browns, Christina and Helen Hanson and Celia Gib- son. ttelen CoRer left Sunday for an overnight stay with friends II IIIII I I IIII I III Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Schilling of Sidney, Mont. and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Marlenee of Scobey, Mont. Are announcing the forthcoming Marriage of their children L inda Lee Jensen and Donald Wayne Marlenee Sat., Aug. 26, 1972 7:30 p.m. At The Lutheran Church of Scobey, Mont. Reception following at Church Wedding Dance at Scohey Saddle Club \\;'<) Imitations being sent. All friendsand_felaOves welc0z in Glendive before going to tlelena Monday to teach physical education this school term. Helen has visited her parents the past week in Richey. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson purchased the Edithe Nelson home in Richey. Mrs. Nelson will be moving to the Richland Homes as soon as a single room is available when the new addition is completed. Debbie Cosmades, Boise, Idaho, was an overnight guest of the George Strobels, Wed- nesday. Her parents, Missionary and Mrs. Cosmades from Germany, talked and showed slides at the CMA Church on Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bottom of Salem, Ore., are visiting relatives and friends in the Sidney and Richey area. On Friday they were guests of the I,on Brests north of Richey and visited Christina and Helen Hanson in Richey in the evening. They are houseguests of Mrs. Zelda I,evengood in Sidney. Mrs. Edgar Lemieux and children, Bryan, Dana and Nell, Puyallup, Wash., were Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Colter and family. Houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. ale Jensen and Mary this weekend were Mrs. Jensen's cousin, Fred Benson and wife and daughter of Cotton Wood, Minn. On Monday the Jensens and their guests drove to Medicine I,ake to visit relatives. Marva Imbdell returned home Wednesday night from Anchorage, Alaska, where she has been staying with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Curt Litton since July 2. Addie allison and Elmer Schmso)both patients at the Memorial Hospital in Sidney, returned to their respective homes last week. Charlotte Babb visited her mother in Great Falls and her sister, Maletta White at Ulm last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles KeefA#d visited over the weekend with their son, Charles and family and their daughter, Norma and family in Billings. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Frisinger and son went back to Billings Sunday after spending a week on the farm of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Frisinger, assisting with the harvest. Due to the rain and damp weather it turned out to be a nice vacation. During the electrical storm on Thursday night, a cow and calf belonging to Mr. and Mrs. l,ilburn Bahls were killed by lightning about a mile from their farm home west of Richey. York To Marry Russell Dige The engagement of Colann Beth York to Russell Jerome Dige is announced by her parent.s, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney York, Belt, Mont. < i' Colann Beth York The prospective bride is a grwduate of Belt Valley High School and Bozeman Vo-Tech School of Physical Therapy. Dige, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dige, Sidney, graduated from Sidney Senior High School and is now attending Montana State University where his major is agriculture business. No wedding date has been set. i i i ii I i i I i, ,,i, I will be starting a Kindergarten September 11 in my home Qualified and experienced teacher Call 482-2579 for registration or add'l information Mrs. Ralph Brown );">" 517 5th St. SoE. (30-tfc) i i H t H im, ll H _ This well-schooled look is great for class and after. A happy-go-everywhere casual that's the action in any scene. $1 6 00 00HOEd' SIDNEY. MONTANA I