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At the LK'S DINNERS FROM THE MENU / Sat., Sept. 23 // SAT. NOON Dance To LUNCHEON SAT. EVENING 7 to 11 p.m. Joe Franck Orchestra "If It's Happening it's at the Elk#' UP -- Fairview girls behind a blanket to protect themselves and cold during Fairview Pep Club's Trap Shoot. Gall Sedlacek is the brave one not seeking the comfort of the blanket. Temperatures dipped below the 40 degree mark Sunday to make shooting a little more difficult. Oil Pointing Class Qt J. K. Ralston Museum and ,, Art Center to organize on Tues., Oct. 3 at 7:30 p.m. Dole Lundby, Instructor For Information Call 482-3500 Cartwrigttt Area News Notes MRS. FRANK LEENS Sunday school classes will begin for the season at St. Michael's Episcopal Church on Sunday, Oct. 1, at 10 a.m. (CST). Everyone is welcome to attend. This will be held after the morning worship service which begins at 8:45 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Varner of Robbinsdale, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Varner of Buffalo, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Royle Koch of Sidney were dinner guests Saturday at the Alfred Gullikson home. The two Varner families and Mrs. Koch also visited at the Jim Gullikson and Math Koch homes in the afternoon and evening. The Sunshine Homemakers Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Alfred Gullikson. After the business meeting Mrs. Herman Sorenson. gave the lesson on "What Every Woman Should Know About Life In- surance." Installation of 'officers was also held after which the new president, Mrs. Jerry Lassey, took over chairing the meeting. Guests were Mrs. Math Koch and I,isa, Mrs. Arthur Gene Paulson and Michelle, Mrs. Ted Goss and children, Mrs. William Lassey and Mrs. Ronald Berry. Mrs. Lassey and Mrs. Berry joined our club. Mrs. Gullikson served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. William D obias spent the night of Sept. 7 with their daughter, Sue and family, Mrs. Robert Adams at Rosebud, Mont. En route there they visited Mr. and Mrs. Morris I,assey in Glendive. They spent the weekend with their daughter, Donna and family at Dillon, Mont., where FISCHER SPORTS MARINA and TRAILER SALES Announce A, Preview of the their other (laughter, Thehna and her husband, Derrell met and came from Salt I,ake City, Utah, to visit. On the llth they drove on to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, where they were guests of Mrs. Dobias' brother. Carl and family. They were met there by her niece, Linda and son of San Jose, Calif., and also another niece, Cleo Norkland of Spokane, Wash. After a couple days there they went on to Spokane where they were guests of Mrs. Dobias' sister, Helen, and were also joined by another sister, Marjorie "Kordell, and a niece from Tacoma, Wash., Joy and her little son. They stayed there a couple days. While there Mrs. Connor had Anna Myers and Raymond Myers and his wife, Mary, over. Then they went on to Harlowton, Mont., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kehler, who is Bill's sister. They came home again by Rosebud, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson, Mrs. Esther Johnson, Mrs. Jim Denowh and Jim, Mrs. George Thorgramson and Mrs. John Dunbar were evening visitors at the Margaret Verplancke home Thursday to wish her a happy birthday. Mrs. Gordon Thiel and son brought birthday cake to her in the afternoon and she and her mother as well as Mrs. Margaret Hayden and Katheryn Hayden of FairvieW were coffee guests at the Jim Denowh home in the afternoon. On Friday Mr. and Mrs. Richard Verplancke and sons of Williston visited her. Merrill Dunbar returned on Wednesday evening from Minnesota where he had spent the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oakland returned home Tuesday the 26th from a trip to Indiana and Michigan, where they visited their daughters, Mrs. Duane Embury and Mrs. Jerry Embury and families. En route home they visited Hjalmer: Nyborg in Fargo. Their son, Oscar, met them in Williston. Mr. and Mrs. John Dunbar and Mrs. George Thorgramson, Dixie and Tracy, visited Sunday at Oscar Oaklands. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson were among those who at- tended the threshing bee Saturday in Culbertson, Mont., and perhaps others from this community attended this event. Milton Olson consulted an eye doctor in Williston Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Olson of Great Falls, Mont., were overnight guests Saturday of 1 973 Ski-Doe guests Saturday of his brother, Milton Olson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sauer of Minneapolis are here attending the Rock and Mineral Show at Witliston. Mr. Sauer is a brother of Mrs. Esther Johnson of Ione, Wash., who is also visiting here. Mrs. Bert Youngstrom and Frank I,assey visited Sunday at the William Lassey home. William had surgery a couple of weeks ago in Great Falls and is home and coming along good. Mrs. I,assey went through the clinic while in Great Falls. - Mr. and Mrs. George Dobias attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Warnke at the I,utheran Church in Alexander Sunday. l,ater they were supper guests at the Warnke home. Sept. 15 was the ninth wed- ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. George Dobias and they had supper in Sidney for this event, l,ast Friday night they had supper at the Triangle. I returned Friday by train from Washington and Montana where I visited relatives and also consulted a doctor. I visited my sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Gue in Spokane a week. Mr. Gue lost both his hands June 15 from electrical burns. He will soon be going to have artificial hands fitted at Pyullup, Wash., and will have to stay there awhile and be an out patient. His wife will stay in the city to care for him when out of rehabilitation center. While in Spokane I was a luncheon guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lassey and had a good visit. Another day I was a coffee guest of Mrs. Anna Myers. I was a supper guest one evening at the home of my niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bramer, and talked by phone to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson. Mrs. Olson is the former Ella Oakland, sister of Andrew and Tom Oakland. I visited in Great Fails with my brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Johnson ' and in Havre, Mont., with Mr. and Mrs. Emil I,eens. Thursday evening I attended Mrs. Leens Homemaker's meeting. Julius I,eens is visiting his brother and family, Emil l,eens, in Havre. FRI and SAT. I I SUBSCRIBE to the Herald . . It's Easy "his experience, honesty S E PT. 29 a n d 30 and common sense will make FREE COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS SEE OLYMPIQUE '73 6 great models, u, to powerful 4401 Single or twin cylinders; fide or bogie; new quiet. Good times! Good value! 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He has always shown genuine concern and knowledge of the problems fac- ing agriculture and rural Montana Tom has worked for better prices for agricultural commodities, restrictions on beef mports and lower freight rates Tom has a proven record for rural Montana Hsexpenence. honesty and common sense wll make h;m a great Governor" John Melcher ABILITY YOU CAN TRUST TOM JUDGE G0v,,,0,""c'"'' Paid for by Judge for Governor Club, Stdnev Armstrong, Helena. Secretary The Sidriey Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Sept. 27, 1972 - 11 L.. JllJ IIIII1[ IIJ I III Ili III " ........ : t HAM AND TURKEY -- Garry Steinley pulls down on a clay bird during the Fairvtew Pep Club's annual Trap Shoot Sunday. Steinley won a ham and a turkey during the shoot which netted the Pep Club over $100 according to Mary Zoanni, president of the club. Cold and windy weather kept a lot of shooters at home. Money raised at the shoot will be used to finance Pep Club activities at the school during the year according to Miss Zoannl. Don Seh- midt looks on. -- Virg Boehler Photo Youth Plus Initiative The Bulwark of Our Country We wont to take time out right here and wish every club member good luck for their projects for the coming year. 4-H Club work is a program of and for the people. Young folks from 10 to 21 years of age enjoy themselves while learning useful skills through 4-H projects. Their parents and other adults in the community derive great satisfaction from serving as volunteer 4-H club leaders. Sidney Moose Lad e