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speaks vows in Sidney Lee Johnston and Parents of the couple are Mr. Jones were and Mrs. Lloyd Johnston and in a double ring Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Jones all of at St. Matthew's' Sidney. Sept. 15 at 8 The bride wore a fall colored Sampson. chff'fon floor . length gown Mr. and Mrs. Philip O'Nefl Jones J News Items Mrs. Curtis Bali from Gravette, they visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. They were Gravette by Mrs. Mrs. Ruby Bryant Ala. plans 10 date engagement of Billie Gay, to , Buxbaum, son of Adam Buxbaum, Logan graduated from School and at. Center in Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Merrill have returned from visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd K. Nielsen, Sumner, Wash. Nielsen retired after 20 years of service in the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard SOb- wartzenberger and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Schmitz, Glendlve. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Peter- sen, Milwaukee, Wis., were recent visitors of the KermR Paterson's. Barry is an in. vestigatlve reporter for a Milwaukee television station. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jonson, Olympia, visited his brothers, Harold and Leroy Jansen, and his sister, Mrs. Glenn Brown. The Rev. and Mrs. Renald Zagle, Newport, Ore., arrived here Monday and are houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berner.--On Monday 'evening, the Berners hosted a reception at their home in honor of the former pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Noble, Fairvtew, were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Kallevig. Weekend guests of the Lloyd Delampres were Joe Johnson, Dickinson; Mr. and Mrs. John Strand and family, Willtston, and Mrs. Helen Strand, Perth, N.D. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ille, • Billings, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Zieske, WiIRsten, we weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniek. They did some hunting while here. Mrs. Lucille Hastay left Sunday for her home in Alexandria, Vs. She will spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McKinnen in St. Paul. i/ a graduate of School and is st Crighton's in / -H Sidney, Montana The Lounge Week for Allen Week to la.m. In The Lounge Starting Monday Hot Hers d" oeuvres Cheese and Crackers y 5:30 to 7 p.m. accented by cream colored cuffs, apron and sash. Her off - white ,,,eft and headpiece were decorated with orange flowers. The bridal bouquet was made up of fall flowers. Holly Hill, sister of the bride, was the matron of honor. The bridesmaid was Nancy Jansen. They wore floor-length  - white satin dresses and orange flowered headpieces. Each carried a basket of fall flowers. bridal gown and the gowns worn by the attendants, as well as the groom's shirt, were designed by the bride and made by the grandmother of the bride, Mrs. Glen Davldson. The headpieces were designed and made by "Claudine." The groom wore a glay pin stripe suit and an off - white shirt. The groom's attendants were John Mlelke, best man, and Tom Jones, was the groomsman. Grog Johnston and Kirby Dasinger were the ushers. The attendants and ushers wore tan Jackets, green shirts, brown trousers and brown bow ties. The bride's mother wore a floor-length orange dress with gray accessories. The groom's mother wore a long gown of orange, green and tan with green and gold accessories. The bridal theme for fall was carried out in the corsages worn by the mothers. Organist was Mrs. Den Rees. Donald Gratz sang a solo written by the groom, entitled "Two People," and was ac- companied by Dennis DeVries and Grog Dana on guitars. The music for the Nuptial Mass was written by the groom. The verses for the Mass were sung and recorded by the groom and were played during the wed- ding ceremony. A reception and dance followed at the Elks Club with Buck Boles and Grog Johnston acting as hosts. Mrs. Lloyd Eggum cut the cake. Mrs. Vaughn Walker and Grace lrigoin served the cake. The wedding cake was baked by Mrs. E. H. Wick. Mrs. Walter Quilling and Mrs. Dale Wilson poured. Llnda Johnson served at the reception table and Louise Darland and Susan Jeuson served the punch. Mrs. Charles Peterson at- tended the guest book. Mrs. Tom Jones and Mrs. Bob Harris were in charge of the gift table. The bride and groom are . graduates of Sidney High School. They will reside in Billings where the bride is a senior at Eastern Montana College. They will then go to where the groom has been attending college and will complete his education at the University of Montana beginning next inn. Out of town guests included Mrs. William E. Hill, Tampa, Fla.; Buck Boles, Helena; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Eggum, Paul Eggtt.rn, Loren Eggum, For- syth; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Davldson, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Davldm, Edith Dem, Bill Deming, Fairvlew; Louise Darland, Plentywoed; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rude, angle, Idaho; Mr. and Mrs. Don Lenverten, Sand Point, Idaho; Mr. John Mislke, .Havre; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones, Billhs; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harris, Fcrsyth; Mr. and Mrs. Paul sdey, FalrhauR, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Nelson, Livingston; Mrs. Andy Fettig, Dickinson, N. D., and Craig Catty, Miuoula. Daughters will visit elderly The Junior Catholic Danght@rs, the  organized chapter in Montana, has adopted a pat charity for the year. Once a week they plan to visit the people in Sidney who receive meals on wheels. Since the meak are n0t deUvered en Saturday three Junior girls Will visit tim people every .Saturday and bring them treats and greetings. Diffmmt Items they hope to share each week will be flowers, fruit, magazines, home baked goods and other re'prims.  activity will begin Oct. 8 at 11 a.m. Any other club or individual who would like to help with ideu and dmatlem te brg more cheer to tham people, pleaee call Mrs. Ron Harper at 482-17'/1. We welcmne your ttp. I I II The Sidney Herald, b .... ., Mont.,, ,4 Oct S. 1- 3 What is a volunteer fireman/ • . . o dora processor TERRY VERHASSELT - Sidney Data Processing • . . a mechanic GILBERT ZADOW - Gem City Meter Co. • . . o bottler BILL FORRESTER - Blue Rock Products • . . an auto supply dealer GEORGE KNAFF - Valley Motor Supply ... o gas man me.,m'r YOUNG - wu • . . an insurance man KAY CARPENTER - Carpenter & Se .... a contractor BOB PErERSON - Petersoa CouMrueUon •.. a parts manager HANK ANDERSON - Lmmm Motor • ..a banker LEROY ANDEE80N - Sidney National Bank •.. a researcher AL BLACK - Nerthern Plains 8oil and Water Research Center • • • an accountant HARRY CHILD - wm/smsqm, Rees and Child • . . o cycle deoler DICK CHR - D & E Cycle • . . a cleaner and restaurant owner MATH DASINGER - Sidney Clemmn and burger Palace • . . o furniture deoler JOHNhIE DEWRI] - Chad's Furultm'e • . . a plumber DALE DOMB. l)ele's Plumbing •.. a service station operator BILL HARPER - Sidney Oil Co. • . . a mechanic LARRY HAUGEN. Hangen Auto • . . a trucker TED LESSMAN - Cenex Trmmport •..abanker DON MAL - IUeldaml National Bank •.. a sheet metal man KEN MARKER - Ken's Hesting& 81met Metal . . .n auto salesman jIM N - Gem CRy Id Co. . .. an adiuster MANNY RUED - M/dlmsd Cla/nm Adjusting Sere/ca •.. an insurance man BILL 8ErrZ - Carpenter & 8elte •.. a service station operator DEAN THOGERSEN - 'l'negersen Hasky •.. aft auto salesman GARY TORG -  Motor •.. a teacher JERRY 111LMONY - ilney Public 8cheei •.. a credit manager JIM PALADICHUK - MDU •.. a real estate salesman NICK JONES - Munen . . . a banker BOB  - RkblaM Nat/mud •.. o newspaperman RUSS  - mdmy Herald •.. a xadio announcer DEAN  - KGCX •.. a salesman LARRY GARMAN JCPemmy • . . a dry cleaner HOLGER RAADeAARD. Sklmy Clinton Sidney volunteer firemen are many things, but they are always ready to act in any emergency . ........ III Sidney National salutes these hard working men during National Fire Prevention Week Oct. 7-13 S00/D00NEY SIDNEY, (Member FDIC) MONTANA Weather Phone 482.1177 I I I  r I I IIIII I I I I I II I III I • [ I II IIIIIIIII II I IIIII I [ • I II I II [