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News Items ; Earl Fuller, Ogden, arrived to visit her Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mrs. Fuller is the Dishon and will her parents until when she will join Fuller who has been to Panama. Bell, Lethbridge, Mrs. G. Mrs. Batterson Mrs. Bell on the oc- her 76th birthday with at Le Chateau on Mrs. Matt Goebel their 58th wedding with a family on Sept. 22. and Mrs. Garrett Okinawa, are of the Dan Sadowskys. Fruehausen is Mrs. brother. The are en route to new home in Mountain Idaho. Happy Homemakers their September at the home of Mrs. Pilgrim. and Mrs. Phil Moore returned from attending a at the home of Moore's father, John Leonard, N. D. Mr. is 96 years old and his own home in Mrs. Harold Lorenz Vacationing in western I,ucille Hastay, Va., left Sunday Calif., where she attend the wedding of her Mrs. Hastay has visiting relatives and in the area. Myrtle Cyzewski, Calif., has left for after visiting friends Clarence Crippen and Seattle, have been guests Howard Sissels and Crippens. Bert I,eSueur en- members of her breakfast club last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniels returned Monday from Sun City, Ariz., where they visited Mrs. Daniels' sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Long. Making the trip with their parents were Mrs. I,yle Arneson and Mrs. Robert Ille, both of Billings. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Martini and family have returned from Bozeman where their daughter, Rhonda, en- tered Montana State Univer- sity school of nursing. Mr. and Mrs. Wally Serenson returned home last Thursday from an enjoyable trip which took them to the western part of the state and also Boise, Idaho. , En route to Boise they visited with their son and daughter - in - law, the Ken Sorensen's in Bozeman, and with another son, arian, who is attending MSU. In Idaho, they were guests of their son,in-law and daughter, the Ted Mason's, and got acquainted with a new grand- daughter, Tiffany Jo, born to the Masons on Sept. 5. Also visiting at the Mason home at this time were Ted's parents, the Truman Mason's of Crow Agency, Mont. En route to Great Falls, they went by way of Area, Idaho, and did some sightseeing at the "Craters of The Moon Area," which was very interesting. At Great Falls they visited daughters, Sheryl and Maxine. Sheryl is Distributive Education Co-ordinator at Great Falls High School. Sheryl and four of her students attended the National Convention in Los Angeles last spring. The past summer she was an instructor at the Vo- Tech school. Maxine is em- ployed at Cascade Co. Cour- thouse. While in Great Falls, they also visited at a nieces home, the Gary Steens, and with Mr. Sorenson's sister and husband, the Clarence Wells. Green Tag All ent 9 lb. 13 oz. Box NEW BUILDING -- Construction has started on a new lumber yard complex at Great Plains Supply here. The former structure was completely destroyed by a Schedule Members of the Monk Wagon Train Club are looking forward to a second Indian Summer Trail Ride, planned for Oct. 7 and 8 at the Saxton Cummings and Andy Lee ranches northwest of Richey. The first Indian Summer Trail Ride of the MDWT Club was held last year on Oct. 9 and 10, at the John Blankenship ranch west of Savage. The pressure of harvest is pretty much over except for the beet growers, and this trail ride gives a chance to have a relaxing ride, enjoy the fall scenery, and have a friendly get together before winter arrives. There'll be a ham and turkey supper starting at 6:30 Regular GREEN Warehouse TAG Price PRICE .z4, =2.0 White King *; W.ot,,rSoffner..71h.Box $1.11 99C iil rs. Butterworth's ... rup........-ozJar 71= 66c Peanut eutter..zsoz. Jar q.03 97 i; Log Cabin : Syrup....o..,,oz. Jar..77C 71 i il llunt's Omato Juice..,00Yo:%% S6c 44c $250,000 blaze last July 25. According to manager of the yard LeRoy Anderson It" is hoped that construction will be com- pleted by Christmas. The new building will be 12 feet wider than the former structure. -- Don Mrachek Photo Indian Summer Ride Nt Goodies, Salted Nut Rolls Seven - Up 4 2 dy Bars . eli-Pack 47 p.m. Oct. 7, at the starting point of the Indian Summer Trail Ride. The Saxton Cummings ranch is six miles northwest of Richey on the Wolf Point road. After the meal, the regular October meeting of the Mon- Dak Wagon Train Club will be held at camp. Entertainment will follow. Jim Brenfler has promised to show his slides of previous Wagon Train trips, trail rides, etc., and there will probably be music for listening and dancing. Breakfast will be served to the trail - riding club members Sunday morning and the group will hit the trail over the ridge towards Andy Lee's place. After a lunch stop on the trail, the ride will circle back to Saxton Cummings place about 3 or 4 p.m. This is not an official wagon train, so the regulations have been relaxed a bit to allow rubber - tired wagons (horse - flesh powered only), as well as the regular iron rimmed ones, on the trail ride, and of course saddle horse riders are en- couraged to attend. We hope to be able to accommodate all the members not riding saddle horses, on the wagons, and all club members in the vicinity who have wagons and teams are asked to let Saxton or Andy know you'll be there. Pasture is provided for the horses, and you can bring your own sleeping quarters -- (campers, tents, etc.), or spread your bedroll on the hillside or in the granary Saxton has set aside for this use for the 1972 Indian Summer Trail Ride. This is one of the "outings" of the MonDak Wagon Train Club for its members, if there are any people who are interested in joining the group for this trail ride who are not members of the MDWT Club, please contact the club secretary, Vera Henderson, phone 482-2806 for information on how you can take part. All who plan to take part in this Indian Summer Trail Ride please remember to notify the club secretary Vera Hen- derson, Rt. 1 Box 111, before Sept. 30, as to the number from your family attending, so adequate food supplies will be on hand for all meals. ii i Store Hours 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed Sundays FALL SPECIALS BUY BY THE CASE AND SAVE Bulk = 1 o, Anti-Freeze.... p,,o. Bring Your Own Container Cowboy Boot $ 9S Overshoes .... 7eriean .... , 10 Tr, ple Vaccine  I Combiotic..... s2 49 , Coats , Caps * Jackets BOB'S I * Gloves Farm WAREHOUSE MARKET Sidney, Mont. - Located In The Bill Sky Shoppinll Center " and Open  a.m. to 8 p.m. Home Big Sky Shopping Center I i Ill II II Illlll I Ill V _ * The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Sept. 27, 1972 - 13 The Strow Pile will be closed Mondays until November 1st " See our new items arriving daily Shop Early for Christmas at the Straw Pile "['he 00Sunday 00morgasbord Returns Beginning Oct. 1 Lalonde Hotel will hove Smorgasbords every Sunday f0r the winter months In The ] F,00on to 3 p.m. -Z. MEnU -- Baked Corn=sh Hens Roast Baron of Beef. Broiled Sole F,Ilet Almond,he SALADS GALORE Bring The Entire Family to the H