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7 6- The Sidne ..... ', ? =..-,,. D%.t., Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1971 ELMDALE - SPRINGLAKE - ENID AREA NEWS Cancer Society Tea ........ ...... Area Reports Death, Birth Cites Area's Service Tim l.ichland County unit of the Am6Hcan Cancer Society held a recognition tea at the Elks Hall on Thursday. Mrs. Harriet Henderson olmned the meeting with a prayer. Mrs. Helen Anderson, current president, presided. Other officers are Mrs. Ruth Hubley, vice president; Mrs. Pearl Hamburg, treasurer, and Mrs, Harriet Henderson, sec- retary. The Cancer Crusade netted Rlehland County $3,144.23, in- cluding memorials. T h i s amount is In excess of the Riehland County goal. Mrs. A1- ford Bahls, memorial chair- man, presented a report on me- mcrials Rlvem Those honored for five years of service to the American can- eer Society were Harriet An- derson, Irene Benzinger, Hilda Beck, Sue HoRzwartl% Mrs. James Moore, Mrs. Paul Mor- asko, Mrs. Wally Sorensen and Mrs. William Mclntosh. Also, Mrs. At Lund, Mrs. Clayton Lauridsen, Mrs. John Eggum, Lillie Dahl, Pearl Ham- burg, Mrs. Dean Torgersen, Mrs. Herman Lee, Mrs. Fred Ramus, Anna Gabrielson, Cyn- thia Dishon and Mrs. Alex Hill. Also, Marg Jonson, Mrs. Wayne Knote, Rosalind Lueck, Mrs. Howard McKnight, Mrs. Frank Merrill, Mrs. Lowell Qualley, Dagmar Sax, Viola Schielke, Mrs. Howard Sis- sell, Mrs. Seen Thirud and Mrs. Kermit Welty. Given recognition for 10 years of service were Mrs. Jack Knoop, Mrs. Martha Mil- ler, Mrs. August Zieske, Mrs. Jay Lalonde and Mrs. Carl Al- exander. Fifteen year certificates were awarded to Harriet Hen- derson and Rose Fink. Power City News MRS. RUBEN HAMBURG Mrs. Walter Buxbaum took Alletta to Jamestown, Saturday, where Alletta enrolled at the Trinity Bible Institute. Sunday visitors at the AI Frargea home were her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gunkle, Beach, N.D. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Macgrady visited at the home of their daughter and family, Mrs. De- Grand Opening Prize Winners Winners of prizes during Hau- gen Auto's grand opening, last week, south of Sidney, are as follows: Otto Habedank, Sidney, won the television. Mrs. Russell Stotts, ljchey, won the electric frying pan. Gilman Foss, Sidney, won the wrist watch. [[ I IN ]N[ . lores Dorr, Gillette, Wyo, Sept. 20 - 24. In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sather's 38th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Houchen took them out to dinner Saturday night. Melody Buxbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buxbaum, entertained a number of her girl friends at a slumber party at her home, Saturday. ltecent visitors at the Pat Macgrady home were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Larson, Ed- monds, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Larson, Chelan, Wash. Norman and Arnie are brothers and former residents" (about 50 years ago) in the area or the Charlie (Eva) Clark place. Mrs. Wilmer Buxbaum at- tended the Richland County Can- cer recognition tea held at the Elk's Hall, Sept. 23. The tea was in honor of all volunteer workers, sponsored by the offi- cers of the cancer board. II I II _ I First Baptist Church Offers Many Opportunities for: Learning Expression Fellowship Sunday School - 9:45 a,m. Graded classes for all ages Morning Worship- 11:00 a.m. Basic Bible Doctrine presented in a refreshing way. Junior Church program Evening Service- 7:30 p.m. Good Singing- Sharing of blessings- Message from the Word Tuesdays. 9:45 a.m. Ladies Bible Class "A Look at Creation" (Nursery provided) Thursdays - 7:30 p.m. Bible Study and Prayer Meeting "Living without Worry" Youth Groups: Whirly Birds ages 6- 8 - Jet Cadets ages 9- 11 and Alpha Teens ages 12 - 14 First Wednesday of the month - 7:30 p.m. Women's Missionary Society - inquire- Couples Fellowship (/for meeting place and time) For more information call: Rev. Fredrick Spree- uwers at 482-1753 COME AND VISIT US Illll I II I II IIII Illll IlU III I I FRANCES STE PPLEP Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gladow- ski received word Thursday of the death of their infant grand- son, son of Mr. and Mrs.Bruce Quailed,, Billings. The infant was a fieart surgery patient in the University of Minnesota hos- pitaA, Minneapolis. Maryann Irigoin received word of the arrival of a great- grandson, Justin Paul, born to her granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fanuccbi, Bakers- field, Calif., Sept. 25. Mrs. Fan- ucchi is the former Jeanne Summons, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Ralph Summons, (Yvonne Irigoin), Bakersfield. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vaira took their daughter, Charlene, and Kathy Shaw to Bozeman, last week, where they are enrolled as freshman at MSU. Mr. and Mrs. Vaira visited Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Larson in BeN grade before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sheehan took their son, Ricky, to Mis- soula, last week, where he will be a freshman at UM. Other students who left for college this week were Gary Amestoy, EMC, Billings; Gene Amestoy at the Automotive School, Billings; Collin Vaira, Dawson Junior College, Glen- dive, and Bob Larson and Gary Shaw, IVISU, Bozeman. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Larson and son, Chuck, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Goss and son, Jim, spent the weekend in Havre, where Chuck and Jim en- rolled in Northern Montana Col- lege. @s. Margaret Valra and Mrs. Marjorie Sheehan attend- ed the lesson on Antique Glass- ware in Sidney, Thursday, and presented it at the home of Mrs. Delores Irigoin, Friday, where the Friendly ttomemakers Club met. The Mercier - St. Peter wed- ding in Sidney, Sattwday niter- noon, was attended by arearesi- dents. The Lambert School softball team played the Peerless team in Lambert, Saturday, with the Lambert team victorious in both games. Army Recruiter To Visit Sidney SSG Edwwd P. Liddiard, the Army Recruiter for Eastern Montana, will visit Sidney, Oct. 12. Area residents interested in talkiug to Sgt. Liddiard can contact him at the Selective Service Office. He will be there all day on the 12th. Several new enlistment pro- grams are now available for young men and women entering the Army. Included are guaran- teed tours of duW in Vietnam, Korea and choice of certain stateside units. There are 214 specific Array technical courses currently be- ing offered toqualified enlistes. Many of the sc hool s are not nor- mally associated with Army du- ties. Marilyn Larson, Linda Klas- na and Donnie Steppler, all from this community, attended the "yearbook workshop" in Glendive, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Snedigar, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fink, Frances Steppler and DanGlnd- owski assisted at the Culhertson Threshers and Antique Bee, Saturday and Sunday. The Catholic Church Parish Council met in the Church Rec- tory in Lambert, Wednesday. The Friendly Homemakers Club members are reminded that the next meeting will be at the home of Sharon Mavity, Oct. 28. Lambert High School students attended a wedding shower in honor of Mrs. Richard Harri- son (Letitia Petrik) at the home of Mrs. Jay Roberts, Friday. The Springlake School held their first PTA meeting at the school, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brenner and family attended the 4-H appreciation dinner in Sidney, Sunday. Father Hngan of Lambert, was a caller at the Frank Car- da' s, Sunday. Sidney H onor Emma Leens By MRS. FRANK LEENS Mrs. Emma Leens was hon- ored for her 99th birthday Sept. 26 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Perry Elletson Sr, in Fairview. Mrs. Leens wore a blue jer- sey flowered dress and a cor- sage from her granddaughter, Mrs. Ernie McChesney. Her children present were: Mr. and Mrs. Perry Elletson, Fairview; Mrs. Marie Hunst, Belmond, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Leens, son, Allen, and friend, Susan Davey, Havre; Mr. and Mrs. FrLeens and Julius Leens of Cartht. Out-of-town guests :Nre nieb- es and their husbands,'Mr, and bL-s. Frank Dewale, Rock Is- land, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schatteman and Mr. and Mrs. George DeBo, East Moline, Ill. Nephews and wives attending were Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lass- ey, Williston; Mr. and Mrs. Fran Lassey, Mr. and Mrs. William Lassey and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lassey , Cartwright; a niece, Mrs. Bert Yonngstrom of Cartwright and her son, Don- ald Overson, Williston; Mr. and Mrs. Ernie McChesney, Steve and Kathy and friend, Jeannie l.che. Also, Mrs. Lucy Fisher, Mrs. Marguerite Sawyer and Mrs. Emma Derudder, Sidney; Mrs. Dale Leens, Anchorage, Alaska, and Mrs. Arnold Ceynar, Arne- gard, N. D. Several others also attended. The birthday cake was baked by her datghter, Mrs. Perry Elletson Sr., and decorated by Mrs. Babe Berry, Falrview. A niece, Mrs. Frank Dewale, cut and served the cakes. An- other niece, Mrs. Ray Schatte- man, served the coffee. Mrs. Perry Elletson Sr., Mrs. Marie Hunst, Mrs. Frank Leens, Mrs. Ernie McChesney and Kathy, Mrs. Perry Elletson Jr. and Mrs. Thea Dunn served the lunch. A granddaughter and her hus- band, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ausk, and grandson and wife called from Billings in the eve- ning. A supper was served later in the evening at the Elletson home. Richland Jdomes , Memoriah Richland ttomes gratefully acknowledges receipt of the fol- lowing memorial gifts: In memory of Arthur Wood by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gul- likson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lassey, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Klose, Mr; and Mrs. Halve Pavek, Mrs. Ire Erickson, John Link and Mr. and Mrs. EdJohn- son and Katie. In memory of Hilda Daniel- son by Glenn A. Davidsen and Johanna Meldahl. In memory of Susie Eldridge by her family. In memory of Hilda Turner by Richland National Bank and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crabtree. In memory of Anna L. Tor- gerson by Richland National Bank. Memorial gifts made  the Chapel Fund: In memory of Fred Mikelson by Astrid Petersen. In memory of Alec Sehoessler by Astrid Petersen. * In memory of Anna Torger- son by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schwartz. In memory of Andrew Hanto by Mr. and Mrs. Allen Durnall. (Scotty) his 37 years AUg. 31. A no host banquet was Elk' s Club, The by Clarence ed of comedy ! sentations The plans are to l  George B. SwensO  BLUE SHI for Famous Groap or Indlvidnl Health Pla 220 E. Main Office 482. 2312 ALL-NEW STYLING... SAME OLD PRICES. attitude of distinction with clean, And while the styling is all new, the of the '72 Polara and Monaco, a Dodges, will remain the same as offered on comparably equipped models. Prices may never be lower. 1972 DODGE MONACO Designed for f wants excellence without extravaganc 1972 Monaco has a look that sets it apart the medium-priced field ... hidden headlights, of p V8 eng In a year when most new cars look a lot like last year's, Dodge Polara and Monaco do not. 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