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.owstone Area News will meet Oct. entertain- and small Wednes- honor- Jeri Lynn, Every- afternoon and lunch. to the Wednesday, with the the Uni- i Dakota, spent , with her moth- Dale Sander- here from weekend and Trenton, is Larry Knels is living in children at- School. Conferences i East Fairview and Friday. at East Ervin Martin Sunday, for Bee. to be a rather most of John Cayko Colo., last week. toured the Leonard Ber- Mrs. Ronnie wedding of Satur- of Mr. and was quite the chicken Mrs, Mrs. Ben Tom Slui- funeral of Billings on school Bible each week Catholic of the his when an for him at and tHat- re lative s as- ratu- area, where their home for is driving Fl.ynn Jr. dur- harve st. and chin with Mrs. R. Herdt went teat- matches. Johnson and Willistnn, tyat Jane Bauman. Foss is her Buxbaum Buxbaum Nick Cayko of Fred Saturday, and overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Ca,vko. Mr. and Mrs. Erhie Cotter St., Philip and Marilyn, were dinner guests, Sunday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ArtWeb- er, Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moore were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heinle. Mr. andMrs. Dennis Loomer, (Myra Haugen), are the parents of a baby daughter born at Sheri- dan, Wyo. Thisis agreat-grand- daughter for Mr. and Mrs. R. Herdt. Mrs. Heb Flynn will he car- ing for the John Bauman chil- dren vgain this year whileMrs. Bauman hauls beets. Tanya, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Jimison, Glendive, is spending sometime with her great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cummins. The old- er daughter of the Jimi son' s has been ill most of the summer with rheumatic fever and will he confined to her bed for several weeks yet. Bob Hunter, Milo Hunter and Jerry Sundheim are driving trucks for Nick Cayko during beet harvest. Mrs. Dag ttaugan, Sheridan, is a patient at a Cheyenne, Wyo., hospital where she bad back surgery the first of the week. Her many friends here wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hardy made a trip by plane to Iowa this weekend to visit some of the feediots there. They went with ttank Turner, pilot. They were unable to return home on Sunday as planned due to the rainy weather. Jim and Leah stayed with their grandparents, the John Hardys. Charles Flynn, sonofMr, and Mr s. Robert Fiynn Jr., received his doctorate in Organic Chem- istry, Sept. 24. He isnowteach- Peace Officers Meet At Sidney The Sidney Armory was the scene of a pistol shoot, Sept. 16, for 65 peace officers. Shooters from Montana, North Dakota and Canada at- tended the events, which also included a social hour and meet- ings at the Moose Hall, with a banquet at the Triangle that evening. A total of 75 were on hand for the day. The Association meets three times a year, with the spring gathering in February at Will- iston, N. D. Officers for 1972 were elect- ed at the Sidney meet, withDave Cooper of the Montana Fish and Game Department at Plenty- wood named president. Lt. Stan- ley INson of the Williston Po- lice Department was elected vice president. Re-elected as secretary - treasurer was Harold (Ole) Grinolds, Richland County Sher- iff, who has held the post for eight years. Trophy winners at the pistol shoot were Jerry Rowe, Sidney, Montana Highway Patrol; Or- ville Sharbono, Fairview Chief of Police, and Grinolds, also of Sidney. ing as an Intern Professor at the University of Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thomp- son and Juli, Tioga, spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard tiayden. Diane Berntson was honored with a bridal shower given by Mrs. Bob Green and Miss Grayee Crum, Monday. Diane received many nice gifts. She was married to Eddie Castro of the Dote Community. They will make their home in Fair- view. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Helm have returned from a tripwhich took themto Rochester, Minn. En route they enjoyed a visit with relatives at Fargo and re- turned home through Medora, spending a few hours sightsee- ing. Mrs. Dale Danielson and Mrs. James Ketterling were in Will- iston, Monday. Jackie and Jeff stayed with their grandmother, Mrs. Jake Ketterliug. Mr. and Mrs. Herman John- son attended the Threshing Bee and Antique Show at Culhertson, Sunday. In spite of the rain ev- eryone seemed to enjoy the event. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Halvor- son, Culbertson, visited Sunday with Randolph Crum and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor and family. Mr. and Mr s. Lib Moore left Monday for their home at Ronan, Mont., after visiting here for the past week. Mrs. Moore spent part of the time in Williston visiting friends. Everett Crum Sr. returned home, Sunday, from the Memo- riai Hospital in Sidney where he had been apatient for aweek. Bill Severance ishelpingwith the fall work and beet harvest at the Lloyd Lester farm. There was a bus workshop at Watford City, Monday, for the bus drivers in McKenzie Coun- tY with local drivers 'attending. Friday, there will be a movie "Calamity Jane" at the East Fairview School. There will be a Lyceum at the East Fairview School Oct. 7. The program will be onpuppets at 12:30. Paul Noteboom began work at the Holly Sugar Companyinsid- neY, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Looglin accompanied by Mrs. Maey Lewis and Mrs. Jessie Mullin, Sidney, left Monday for Spen- cer, Iowa, where they will visit their sister and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Milier and two sons visited the Miller fam- ilies here the first of the week. Gary has just returned from Vietnam and will be going to Germany when his furlough is over. He is an army career man. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hunter and Michelle have gone to Havre where he is attending school. Mrs. Laura Arneson, Albert Lea, Minn., is here visiting her brother, Henry Kittleson, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Norby, Henry Kittleson, Mrs. Laura Arneson, Suzanne and Joanie Kittleson, were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kittleson, Sunday. Mrs. John Knels and Mrs. Dave Schlothaner were in Bil- lings last week. Mrs. Knels attended a meeting and Mrs. Schlothauer visited her daugh- ters, Miss Linda Schlothauer and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hogar- ty and son, Michael Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stepan and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sander- son visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lewis near Sidney. In Now! for '72 today and look over features for 72 You'll Like Em! one home a Yamaha E CYCLE The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1971 - 7 , Speech Club ! Notes and Quotes| ", With the addition of 13 new members, the Sidney Senior High School Speech Club now boasts 23 eager students in speech, debate and drama worko lng to make another successful sea0tL Sidney's invitational speech meet will be Dec. 4. Out-of- town contests are scheduled for January, February and March. In order to help defray ex- penses involved in traveling to four invitational contests- one district and one state tour- nament -- students have decid- ed on several money-making projects. The first was serving lunch at the horseshoe tournament Aug. 22. The next venture, sell- ing Christmas candles, begins this Monday. Memberswill also sell ice cream bars at basket- bail games this season. Tentative plans also include the production of one or nre short plays. Clubs and organizationswish- ing for speech anddramaenter- tainment are asked to contact Terence Neff, president, or Mrs. Francis Wamsley or Tim Pilgrim, both advisors. LOCAL TALENT- These built-ins are part of a remodeling job by an area contractor and vill be shown in the Parade of Homes Tour in Sidney, Oct. 9. It is a buffet divider with a pass through the "family room" to the kitchen of this home, and com- pletely built by the local craftsman. LAMBERT AREA NEWS Several Residents At *edding Many area residents attend- ed the wedding of Debbie Mer- cier and Jim St. Peter, Satur- day, in St. Matthew's Catholic Church, Sidney. The reception was held in the VFW Hall. Fol- lowing the reception, the newly- weds went to Regina for their honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Lundstrom and boys, Dodson, and Mrs. George Lake and family, Cas- cade, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lake St. Mr. and Mrs. George Prevost and boys took Barry Wood back to his home in Wolf Point, af- ter he spent a week visiting at his grandparents home. The C. R. Thiessens, Jim Thiessens, Jerry RedHns, Rich- ard Hiers, William Rehbeins and Pat and Greg Brenner were among those attending the 4-}1 Appreciation Dirmer at the Moose Hall in Sidney, Sunday. Following the program, a sur- .prise bridal shower was held honoring Sylvia Westlake. Jeff and Jamie Bankey, Miles City, spent Saturday night atthe Jimmy MuHin's. Sunday guests Bankey, Miles City, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thornton. Dave Mullin and friend, John Thomas, reamed tothe College of Great Falls, Saturday. A Secret Pal meeting was were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene hold Monday in the Lambert School multi-purpose room. A bridal shower wa held Fri- Pavek Finishes Officer's Course Second Lieutenant Gary L. Pavek, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Pavek, 902 Fourth Street, S.W., Sidney, recently complet- ed an eight - week Ammunition Officer Course at the U: S. Army Missile and Munitions School, Redstone Arsenal, Ala. During the course, he learned the management and organiza- tion of ammunition maintenance and supply installations. He also was trained to direct and super- vise personnel engaged in sup- plying an'Lmunitinn, guided n'ds.- siles and special weapons explo- sive items onder combat condi- tions. Lt. Pavek entered the army in April 1971 and was last station- ed at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. The 23-year-old officer was graduated from Sidney High School in 1966 and received a B. A. Degree in 1970 attheUni- versify of Montana inMissoula. His wife, Gail, Hves at Fort Derrick, bid. I I day night at the Jay Roberts hmne, honoring Letilia Petrik Harrison. The George Reimamts went to Sidney to see Mrs. Reimann's niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Les Boodry and Leslie, Las Animos, Colo. The Lambert softbaU team won both games against Peer- less on Saturday. Mrs. Grace Ligon and Mrs. Gladys Otto returned from a two - week trip to Illinois, early Sunday, where they were visiting relatives. The community was sadden- ed to hear of the death of Devln Scott Qualley, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Qualiey. John Lundstrom and Warren and Dennis Travis Petrik at- tended the Threshing Bee inCul- bertson. Mr. and Mrs. George Pre- vost, Georgie and Philip, at- tended the fall dinner at the Immaculate Conception Catho- lic Church in Wolf Point, Stro- de. Notice Of Annual Meeting Richland Homes September 20, 1971 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE annual meet- ing of the members of Richland Homes will be held at Richland Homes, Sidney, Montana on Monday, the 1 lth of October, 1971 at 7:30 o'clock p.m. for the election of directors and the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. Set forth below is your proxy which we request you to cut out, complete, sign and return to the Secretarv, if you do not intend to be present at the meeting. In the event that you are present at the meeting and desire to do so, you may with-draw your proxy and vote in per- son. CHARLES HACKLEY 905 - 8th S. E. Sidney, Montana 59270 Proxy Annual Meeting Member Of Richland Homes KNOWN ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, that the undersigned member of Richland Homes hereby consti- tutes and appoints the true and lawful attorney and proxy of the undersign- ed at the annual meeting of the members of Richland Homes to be held on the 1 lth day of October, 1971 and for and on behalf of the undersigned to vote on any question or resolution or any other matter or thing which may come before said meeting, or any adjourn- ment of adjournaments thereof. The undersigned here- by gives and grants unto said attorney and proxy, full power of substitution and revocation, hereby confirming all the said attorney and proxy shall do in the premises by viture hereof. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this day of October 1971. Member of Richland Homes PLEASE CUT OUT THE PROXY, SIGN AND RETURN TO SECRETARY IF YOU DO NO T PLAN TO ATTEND THE ANNUAL MEETING. ] I I I I I I SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRI( to all 1972 SENIORS --Poses To Select -- * HEAD AND SHOULDER * INFORMALS- In your sport's uniforms, chear- leaders, band, school jackets, wrestling... JUST BRING IT ALONG * GRUBBIES- As you are --FREE -- C#,LENDAR with your picture, class seals and glossy for the year book with each order. ARTICE PORTR dT STUDIO Box 1422 Telephone 572-7769 Williston, North Dakota 135tcI I mllll i Kiwanis Boy Scout Troop No. 188 \\; Has A Bright Future Troop No. 188 will begin selling Door to Door Friday, Oct. 1 Selling a fine assortment of Light Bulbs for your home Each Handy Home Pac contains: 2- 60 WATT BULBS 2- 75 WATT BULBS 2- 100 WATT BULBS Plus 150 Watt Eve Saving Bulb - Free Let the Scouts make you brighter Your eymight cannot be replaced ....... A burned out bulb csnl ELECTRICITY IS PENNY CHEAP