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12 The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Sept. 27, 1972 Synek, Meyers Wed 1 00idney Sept. 18 Janet May Syn'ek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Synek, Sidney, and Dick E. Meyers, son of Mrs. Opal Meyers, Glendive, and Walter Meyers, Ryegate, were united in marriage at a double - ring candlelight ceremony on Sept. 18, at 2:30 p.m. in the First Baptist Church with Rev. Frederick Spareeuwers, of- ficiating. The church was lit with candles at the altar, piano and down the aisle with all lights out. The altar was decorated with an archway covered with garden flowers. Baskets of large pink mums and gladioli were at the altar. The bride wore a floor - length gown of chantilly lace and was given in marriage by her father. Her veil was held in place by a headpiece of satin roses and seed pearls. She carried a cascade of red roses and white mums. Jackie Synek, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor, and Susan Nickins. was bridesmaid. Judy Synek, sister of the bride, was flower girl. All wore identical old fashioned gowns with ruffle collars in nile green twinkle voile over nile green lining designed by Jackie County NFO Plans Meeting Richland County NFO will meet Sept. 28, at 8 p.m, at the Sidney National Bank Hospitality Room. Delegates to the District Convention at Lewistown, Oct. 7, will l)e elected. There will be grain, meat and publicity meetings at l0 at the Yoga Inn. At the county meeting on Sept. 28, grain and feeders may be slimed up with the grain board and the feeder board. Cull trows, fats and bulls may be sl;ned up for a load to go to the packer. Synek and the bride. They had a matching ribbon bow in their hair and carried yellow nosegays. The flower girl carried a basket of petals which she scattered on the bridal path. Ran Synek was best man. Wayne Synek, groomsman, and Bryan Synek, ringbearer, all brothers of the bride. Ushers were Dave and Jim DaM, Williston, N. D., cousins of the bride. Cindy Synek, cousin of the bride, assisted at the guest book. The groom and his attendants and ushers wore white dinner jackets. The wedding cake, made by Beth Dahl, WiUiston, was cut by Alice Synek and Vivian Johnson, Poplar, all aunts of the bride. Serving punch and coffee were Connie Johnson, Poplar, and Eunice Punt, Glendive, cousin and aunt of the bride. Sherry Synek, Ray, N. D., and Katherine Pickering,Miles City, aunt and cousin of the bride, served the bridal table. Singers were Mrs. Sharon Overcast and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Swanson, Glendive, cousins of the bride. Mrs. Jane Spreeuwers was pianist. Bob and Dorothy McGinnis, cousins of the bride, were host and hostess at the reception held in the church basement. l,inda Kemble resided at the gift book. Out of town guests were Walter Meyers, Ryegate; Mr. and Mrs. I,eonard Punt and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Swanson. Glendive; Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Johnson, Connie and Kenny, Poplar; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dahl, Dave, Jim and Steve, Williston, and Mr. and Mrs. Ev. Synek and family, Ray, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Dick E. Meyers took a honeymoon to the western part of Montana. The bride s residing in Sidney while the groom is being stationed overseas. I ii I I / Mr. and Mrs. Dick E. Meyers Married In De 00ver In a candlelight ceremony Nancy Merrill and Bill Forrester were married in l,owry Chapel, Denver. Chaplain William M. Cuthriell performed the double - ring ceremony. Mary Jane Ham- burg of Sidney was maid of honor and Gary Halsinger of Michigan was best man. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merrill and he the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Forrester Sr., all of Sidney. Nancy attended UND Williston and Bill attended MSU Bozeman before entering the Air Force. Both are Sidney High School graduates. They will be at home at Holloman Air Force Base, Alamogordo, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Forrester II II HAIJllTE YOU 4-H Week October 1 - 7 The 4-H Club has demonstrated throughout the years its ability to teach young people the value of leorning-thru-doing We congratulate you for your fine work in contributing so much to make our community a better place for all of us to enjoy. Sidney Livestock Market Center The Whole Community Supports Our Learners Today - Leaden Tomorrow I I g I I I I [IHI I i"  I I I I I Lang, Warner Vows Exchanged Sept. 16 Georgia Ann tang and Mike arner were united in marriage on Sept. 16, at 1 p.m. at Sacred Heart Church. The Rev. William Hogan of- ficiatcd at the double - ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Long and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Warner, all of Glendive. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown fashioned of nylon organza and venise lace. The empire gown featured a mandarin collar and camelot sleeves. The chapel length train had a border detail of venise lace. The two - tiered silk illusion veil was attached to a venise lace headpiece. She carried a cascading bouquet of pink baby roses and baby breath. Jean tang, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Diane tang, also a sister of the bride, and Kelly Ann Warner, sister of the groom. The bridal attendants wore long gowns of pale pink polyester crepe styled with scooped necklines and elbow - length double ruffle sleeves. Each wore a headpiece of a single pale pink tulle rose with deep rose satin streamers. Dale McPherson served as best man and the groomsmen were Dave Hilger and Fred Stortz. Ushers were Randy Warner, brother of the groom, and Ran Doll. Susan Erickson was organist for the wedding, and Connie Cash sang "For All We Know", and "Never My Love". For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. tang chose a pink and white empire gown. The mother of the groom wore a blue polyester gown. Both wore corsages of white baby roses. Following the nuptials, a candlelight reception was held at the Elks Club. The three - tiered wedding cake was decorated with pink baby mums and sugar bells, and topped with a satin bell. The cake was baked and served by Linda Peterson. Candice Brenner presided at the coffee service, and Billie Gutcher served the punch. Assisting with the reception were Kingsmen To Sing Here The New Kingsmen will be at Pella Lutheran Church on Oct. 1 and 2. They will lead the 8:15 and 10:15 a.m. worship services on Sunday and will hold a Youth Rally and concert on Oct. 2 at 7 p.m. The New Kingsmen are a group of eight young people from Concordia College, Moorhead, Minn., who are on tour for one year to present the Gospel of Christ. Members of the group are David and Gloria Lien, Paul and Beth Raaen, ( Mrs.. Raaen is the former Beth Petrik), David Wigtil, Jim Osvold, Connie Lockwood and Janet I,auve. A variety of musm is used by the Kingsmen group: folk, light rock, traditional and spiritual. Piano, guitar, drums, French Horn, trumpet, trombone, flute and bass are used, as ac- companiment or solos. The New Kingsmen are endorsed by the Coneordia College and the Evangelism department of the American I.utheran Church. ii Federated ran help you sleep If yOU tOSS and turo worrylng about IRe osasters that COulO oe- stray your business you need the Fecleratecl Bus,hess Protect-A] Package One Dan coers 71 O*b |eef busff'*e so olsasler$ /kd yOU enjoy the convemence and economy of one corn pan) one tepresentahve. I can oes=gn a package for your company and the low Cost will surprise you  INSURANCE FOR BUSINESS llk== HOME LIFE CAR 72E,----= Jus CALL [- BUD OUlNNELL / I SAVAGE. MONTANA Phone: 776-2376 i I i Margaret Hood, aunt of the bride; Donna Uzelac and Annette Haggerty, aunts of the groom, and Cheryl Dyer and Denise Stortz. Kelly Wittman presided at the guest book. A pro-nuptial shower honoring the bride was given by Cheryl Dyer and Denise Stortz at the Dyer home. Both the bride and groom are graduates of Dawson Coutity High School. They are residing in San Diego, Calif., where the groom is stationed with the U. S. Navy. Out - of - town guests were Margaret Hood of Sidney, Don Clark and Alleen tang Clark, grandmother of the bride of Ennis, Mont.; Mrs. Nellie Wiedenmeyer, great - grand- mother of the bride of Three Forks; Mrs. Joe Uzelac, Jaye, Joe and John of Billings; Mr. and Mrs. John Kain of Helena, and Mrs. Mickey Warner and Tim of Forsyth. I Mr. and Mrs. Mike Warner Walgreen Produ HURRY- SALE ENDS OCT. 7th [--! 89 After Shave, Walgreens s....J Menthol or Lavender. 5-oz.. 98 Stainless Steel Shave Cre|J Regutar or lime, tt oz .............. ,"' I--] $1.29 Men's Deodorant Spray i._J Lord Briargate. Spice or lime. 7 o. 98 Speed Shave Cream Reg. or Menthol 11 oz. nt. .......... i"-'1 $1.29 Cold Cream L._J Perfection. Freshly made, 7 oz... !-"I $1.09 Perfection Hand Cream L.__I For soft. lovely hands. 8.25 65 Rubbing Alcohol WALORE,NS. 16 oz ................... 2/65 98 Formula G Gas Relief WA[REES, -o .................... 2/98 $1.39 Athlete Foot Spray ,, ,, WALGREEN. 5-oz. nt. wt ............ g,/,I 98 SOOTHE wltfl Coating Action For upset Stomach. S oz .............. 2/98 88 Mineral Oil WALGREENS. Emeea.P ...... 2/89 98 Saccharin 1000 gr. Tabs,effervescent ....... 2/980 79 Walgreen Aspirin Gtd. Quality. 5 gr. 100's ............. 2/19 73 Gly. Suppositories Infants or adults. Bottle of 12 ...... 2/53  $1.69 Milk Bath w/Cold Cream. Chamb] y. 32-oz ...... J..-J 98 Walgreen Mouthwashes Cbolce of 4.6 o ........................ 2/98 i'--] $1.19 Family RolL-On Deod. Walgreens. 2 ft. O: ........................ 39 Children Aspirin Cherry or Orange avor. a6's ....... 2/39 E $1.49 Dry Time Antiperspirant Checks wetness Walgreen. 7 89 Milk of Magnesia 2(89 WALGREEN. Mint or Plain 16 OZ... $1.49 Antacid Liciuid WALGREEN. Soothing ,lier.  o-. 2/1,49 $1,49 Feminine Hygiene Liquid,,,,,, i---1 Tannette. Gentle. effective. 8 oz.'....&/A,ql$ LJ 89 White Petroleum Jelly Walgreens.Plastic Jar, 16 oz .... .... 2/89 [--! $1.89 Antacid G Tablets WALGEENS. I00's .................. 2/1,89 E] $1.29 APC Tablets r---1 WALOREE. ]00'S, .................. 2/1.29 ! I $1.57 Dandruff Shampoo FORMULA 20. 4-oz. net ............. . ' $1.98 Protein ConditiOner For hair. Walgreens. 3.5-oz.nt ........ " I $1.29 Protein Shampoo ,, Formula 20. 4%-oz. tube ............... $1.19 Hair Dress Lord Briargate. 5-oz. tube. $1.98 Home permanent Fashion Rite .............................. L $1.59 Babykof Syrup Effective & gentle. 4-oz ............ 2/1.59 D $2.25 Sinus Tablets Triple action. Alclear. 30's .......... 2/2.25 E] E 81.69 Decongestant Spray AEFRIN. I]-oz. nt. wt ............ 2/1.69 [-"! D $1.49 Pain Relief Tablets EXTRA STRENGTH. 100's ......... 2/1,49 F-] D $1.39 Cold Medicine Wa]g,ee.. 6 o .......................... 2/1,39 ["] E 89 EYe Drops errin. -oz .......................... 2/89 E ['7 $2.29 Decongestant Tabs AEVmN. Antihistamiae, 50'..,.. 2/2,29 E] E $1,49 Cough & Cold Capsules ,,,, &-hr. timed relief, Walgreens,lO s... &/A.q,=l D $1.49 2/24 Cold Capsules ANEFRIN. Sustained action,10's.. 2/1.49 E3 $1.25 Nasal Spray [7"-] ANEFRZN. _ o ..................... 2/i.25 $1.69 Anti-Allergy Capsu!es ..... ['1 -hr. timed relief. Alclear,12 s ....... 1AtO$ $1.29 Antihistaminic Cough Syrup rl No,-,eotic.nice taste. 8 oz ....... 2/1.29 E [--'] 98 Vaporizing Liquid ANEFRN. Extra stneth.4-o .... 2/98 E D 98C Pain Relief Rub Walgreen.Sore muscle relief, ].5-o.2/98 ]--'1 $1.98 Vit. B-12 25 mcg. $3,79 Aytinal w/Wn. $6,98 Olavite-M Thera. $5,39 Super B Complex, $2,79 Aytinal Mull, Vii, $5.67 Super Gerialric 00' Orange FI avot $2,49 Vitamin C 250-mg., i00' $3.49 Homalinic Vii. lO0's $2.55 Vii. & Ir0n Tabs, $1,59 Dicalcium $9,98 Vif, E. 400 me. ]o's .. $1.29Wheal Germ 0il Caps, $3.29 Liver & Iron Tab's Sidney Drug Store, I 121 S. Central Ave. Come in and shop the many items on sale in every depart- menf during omrblg "2 Far,SALE, There are big savinp on many items which space does not permit us to list, FANTASTIC SAVINGS FOR YOU WHEN YOU BUY2