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4 [he Sdney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, Seot. 29, 1971 M00rlene Dige N amed ,r Of Rainbow Miene Oige was installed a s worOLv advisor of the Order of Rainbo for Girls, Sidney ssem:&lt; 23, Sept. "12, at 7:30 p.m. a lk, Masonic Temple. A!,, i.ial}ed were Penny McMo:r worthy associate ad* vi:,n-: ;m tlarper, charity; Laura Sampson, hope; and Nan- cy Peterson, faith. Installed as chaplain was Lynn Dasinger, and as drill leader was Joy Lyn Lindherg. Kristin Anderson, Tawnya Smith, Beth Cummirg, Leslie Koch, Kay Whiting, lena Foltz and Sheree Buxbaum were in- stalled as love, religion, nature, immortality, fidelity, patriot- ism and service. The confiden- tim obrver is Laurie Kneop; the outer observer is KrisJohn- soq. Installed as musician was Cheryl Driver, and, as choir- director, was Fickle Forby. Members of the choir are Marlyn Ander son, Debbie Baadsgard, Mary Dana, Deb- hie Driver, Lisa Haugen, Linda Johnson, Terri Myers, Lana Paladichuk, Cathy Penny, Barb Peterson, Bonnie Riek and Sandy Torger sen. Deneen Krause, past worthy advisor, was the installing of- ricer. J. C. McMullin, master councilor of the Order of De- molay, and Bryan Dige, past master councilor, conducted the crowning ceremony. Special music for the installation was provided by Darilynn LaCounte and Becky Petrik. Moaa - Charl,ey Creek ' d?J'4"l,;S STEI'PLER The  :rley Creek ladies of the AHm Sg iekv drove to Cul- Ls*risen [o htHp clean the Cath- olic [,torch Rectory, Friday. /aNte Smith. Plains, :wriv- ed Sallu i; at the Johrw Ruf- falto',, ,;he arra Palls, Ruffalto wiil ,: ,ast to seek employ- lnelt tle};, < Mrs. Clyde Garten ce|eb .r birthday, Wednes- day, .,, ',wr daughter, Lenora i > : Mr, and Mrs. Fred- dire |-{aast, Of Sidney; Mary AI- r:wade of Mdney and Mr. mad Mrs. c<. doilom and family. Mike [,f Ler and Buck Thista -uvc v, Aasgow to attend the I':ih (w" , Sundab,. Eel! t carters) Mondab', ' Vlike Fisher and M,. , ..... . Nchk, nz. Mr Mc:: Mose Schlenz, ha|io-,i trrived for a few days wJt .... , tlives and friends.  cm.. ;tad David Strand, t'iJti']d:e )l Mike Fisher and !,ucl, , t .... helped I)ete Ruf- Fatto omr cement for nisgar- e, Satttrday. -. ..... Mary RfffarLo and DorisCan- dec (..t,, with the bahe sale :,l,omw,,: I) |he freshman ,, ...... ! .dkburn, Sidney, SlXmt the weekend with herpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gar- ten. Don Edeburn, Sidney, spent Tuesday and Wednesday help- ing Clyde Garten with haying. Senior Citizens I News The Sidney Senior Citizens met at the Moose Hall Sept. 23 for a turkey dinner, catered by Russell Zinsli, with 56 at- tending. Sixty - three members were present in the "afternoon. Guests were Mary Tomp- kins, South Dakota; John Dil- hnieder, Fairview; Noni Mor- asko, Glendive; Mrs. Jerry Hal- stead, Glendive; ElaaRostom- ily, Fairview; Hazel Vender- hoof, Fairview; John Haugenof the State Planning Commission on Aging and the Rev. James Eschenbrenner of the Christian and Missionary" Alliance Church, Sidney. Vera Darnall played the piano and Bernice ttarris led the community siring. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ruffatto JL IN It [ oa wN m Mr. mad Mrs. Art Arnold were in Bozemanover the week- end where Arnold attended a Bank Administration Institute. Also a recent visitor of the Arnold' s was Alvin Arnold, Miles City, Arnold' s brother. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mercier, Moorhead, Minn., were recem area visitors. Terry is a stu- dent at Moorhead State College. Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Cornelia and Glenn MaviW were in BiN lings last week to visit Glenn Mavity St., who is a patient at Deaconess Hospital. Mr s. Afford Bahl s has return- ed from Minneapolis where she has received medical attention at the University of Minnesota Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ganey and son, Billings, have visited Mrs. Ganey's mother, Mrs. Shirley Jones. On Sunday they were all dinner guests of Rich- ard Libby, Richey. Mrs. Bill Mercier anddaugh- ter, Laurel, visited in the area and attended the wedding of Debbie Mercier and James St. Peter on Saturday. Hans L ar sen, Richland Homes, flew last week toWood- inville, Wash., to visit his son, [rvin. Mrs. Enoch Iversen and Mrs. Lmmanuel Larsenhave returned from Fargo where they visited their sister and family, Mrs. Philip Andersen. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cowell have spent the week in Billings visiting their daughter, Bever- ly and family. Ward Wilson, St. Paul, Minn., visited at the home of his cou- sin, Allyn Watts. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Neckels we in Deer Iode-to. Visit their son, Howard, and (heir daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strickland. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bulk. CARDIGAN CAPERS just in time for a brilliant boost to your autumn wardrobe this Orlon Cardigan Sweater in white, navy blue or beige Sizes 36 to 40 COMPLETE LY WASHAB LE Just $6 99 Monteca, Calif., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dennis and the Clifford Dashners. Visiting Mxs. Jean Oberg- fell are her daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Pet- erson, Columbia Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dun- can and family were in Billfngs over the weekend where they met his parents, the Clarence Dnncans, Burlington, Wyo. "Always Room to Park" Style 266 from Future F ashions come these creations in bonded Orlon Style 240 comes in black or purple with sleeves Style 244 is a Jacquard pattern in brown or purple 4>\> " Sizes 12 to 20 r Just *13 o each Weekly S noopers Mrs. Joe Raaum, Crosby, is spending sometime with her son tives and friends, and also at- and family, the Gerald Raaums. Mr. and Mrs. "Cap"Hodges, Seattle, are here visiting rela- tended the "Threshing Bee" in Culbertson. Mr. and Mrs. John Timm, Culbertson, are the proud par- ents of a baby girl, Stefanie Dion, 7 lbs. 6a, i ozs. Thegrand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Plen- ny Herness and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Timm. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ruffatto, Sidney, visited at the Lawrence Herness home. La- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Herness at- tended the Threshing Bee in Culbertson. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mor- tenson drove to Crosby, N. D., Thursday, to visit friends and relatives and to check in on their farm. They returned Sat- urda,v to attend the Threshing Bee. Carl Storvik, Dore, N. D., visited at the Wilfred and Law- rence Herness homes, Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Halverson and boys visited Sundty at the Gerald Raaum home. Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Herness, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Nereson, Williston; Mr, and'IvlrSo Wallace Thompson, Zahl, N. D., drove to Battle Lake. Minn., to attend the fu- neral of a cousin. While there they vi sited re lative s of the Her- nesses at Alexandria and Fer- gus Falls, Minn. They all re- turned home Saturday night. Vows Exchanged Judy Jane Sailer and Paul Alien Ruffatto exchanged mar- riage vows in Our Savior's Lu- theran Church, Stanton, N. D. The Rev. Dennis Anderson offi- elated at the double - ring eve- rang ceremony. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erhardt Sailer, Stanton, and his parems are Mr. and Mrs. Quinto Ruffatto, Sidney. He is a Sidney High School gradu- ate and she is a Stanton High School graudate. They will live in Billings. "t NEWLYWEDS- Miss Teresa Ellen Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Senner of Whitmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bloomfield, were married Sept. 4 in Mennonite Church, near Bloomfield. Just 00:or You Crayne Faslfi(ms offer these two fall creations of bonded Orlon StFlb 26&comes h (' : Navy or Lilac and style 2665 comes in ;. Navy or T:al "" Sizes- 14 to 22 *2000 Either for Style " 244