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group picks "nating committee Home their monthly Horne, Oct. 24. were fur- Home for the read from Mrs. with of her for the r were from '. d Mrs. Emery Mrs. Hulda Homes and Art Herman, the Chrisimas gut buying this month Jaeger. d that church g beld in at the Home. Sunday at 10 a.m. and Sunday and Thursday at 5:45 p.m. The birthday party, Sept. 25, honored William J. Williams, Ruth Chase, John Golpbene, Hannah Larson, Josephine Thompson, Carl Weshland. The cakes and entertainment were furnished by the Missionary Society of the Nazarene Church. A nominating committee was appointed by the president consisting of Ester Hundtoft, Ruth  and Heather Jaeger. They will nominate a full slate of officers as the present ones have served two years. The next meeting of the auxiliary is Oct. 23 with coffee hour at 2:15 and the meeting at 2:30. We hope all will be present to help plan the Christmas project. SON Jy Snoopers ].41wrenee Ann Zoanni over were Joyce al from Fair- Mrs. David and Bob Marcus, overnight and the home. Zonnn/at- meeting in 2& Mrs. AI Mrs. with the vdth 65 women Herneas guests at they vted aunt and uncle, Holnund, the wedding in Uoe who came to beets Sept. 24. You to those who Scheetz were married on Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. at Sts. Cyril and Methodeus Church in Helena. Attending from here were Dick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Zoanni, Don Jr. and Mavis, Mr. and Mrs. AI Zoanni, Mary and Jim; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Zonnni, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zeanni, Rite and Loren. Bob and Llnda Zeanni of MSU, Bozeman; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Richardson and Dionne, Migsoula, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob F, Robert and Heather of Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington. Local Items Mr. and Mrs. John Shelburne, Long Beach, Calif., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Olsen, Sidney, last week. John was most en- tbusiastic about Montana and enjoyed a chance to operate the combine to cut the mustard and to haul grain to the elevator. Visiting Mrs. Edith Larsen last Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. John Shelburne, Naples, me.a, Long Beach, Calif., and Ardls Oisen. They brought her some chokecherries picked at the farm pastures that day. John and Elaine Sbelburne, visiting here last week from Long Beach, Calif., ac- companied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Oen, her sister, Ardis Olsen, and her uncle, Paul Olsen, of Culbert. son, on a-trip through Teddy Roosevelt Park near Medora, N. D. They enjoyed seeing many species of wildlife. They also toured the summer chateau of the Marquis de Mores in Medera. Iile Stride. made-for-comfort casual Playing style to the hilt. 'It goatskin leather and detailing for fashion an elastic gore for d-take walking ease. , s210o BUaPam,, Soya Coat SIDNEY, MONTANA Vision testing Berry Zeller, a s/xth grader at Westside Grade School, receives a vision test from Dean Hoff- man, Culbertsen, a student nurse tak/ng training with the Rlehland County Health Department. The vision testing machine was donated by the Sidney Lions Club as one of their community betterment projects. From left are Mary lee Rehbein, County Health Depart- ment nurse; Berry, Hoflman, Henry Schepens, president of the Sidney Lions; and Debble Hall, Sidney, also n student nurse from Montana State University. -- Don Mrachek Photo Grandview Area News Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winhofer attended the harvest dinner at the Catholic Church in Wolf Point, Sunday. Bill Carlson, Bremerton, Wash., was here this past week visiting his mother, Mrs. Bessie Buller, Ulrich engagement set Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buller of Savage announce the engagement of their daugh(er, Nancy Sue, to Dunne Robert Ulrich, son of Mrs. Lydia Ulrich and the late Gydion Ulrich of Glendive. Nancy Boiler Miss Buller is a 1972 graduate of Richey, has attended Dawson College one year, and is presently employed at the Department of Highways in Glendive, Ulrich is a 1970 graduate of Glendive, a 1971 graduate of Billings Automotive, and is presentiy employed in Glen- clive. A December wedding is planned. MRS. MYRON DOORNEK MRS. JOHNNIE JOHNSTON Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Aasheim and daughter, Heidi, Omaha, Neb., arrived Thursday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Johnston and family. They will also attend the wedding of Peggy Johnston and David Vaira. Mrs. Larry Schumacher, Wolf Point, spent Wednesday at the Jim Fredrlckson home. Mrs. William Fatzinger and Roy and Mrs. Cora Keller were Friday supper guests of Mrs. Mabel Keller, Falrview. Mr. and Mrs. Loran Bern- stein and serm, Settris, N. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Aasheim, Carbury, N. D., were weekend guests at the Johnnle Johnston home. They came to visit Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Aasbeim and Heldi and attend the wedding of Peggy Johnston and David Vaira. George Peter is a surgical patient at the Poplar hospital this week. Mr. and Mrs. Verner King visited Mr. and IVL"s. Aron King and cons in Malta, Saturday. and honored their grandson, Vic, on his 10th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Bawden, Wolf Point, and Mrs. Bawden's sister from Terry were also there. Attending the wedding of Peggy Johnston and David Vaira in Richey, Saturday, were the Charles Carlsen's, Jim Fredrickson's, Myron Doornek's, Frank Winhofer's, William FatrAnger's and Tony Ferguson from the Grandview area. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Pentz and Raelee, Victoria, B. C., are spend/rig a few days visiting Mrs. Effie Pentz. James and Ray Chrineon were out from Sidney, Tuesday, digging potatoes. Carisen, at Richland Homes in Sidney and his brothers and friends. Sunday dinner guests at the Johnnie Johnston home were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Johnston, Fallon; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnston and Shane; Mr. and Mrs. Loran Bern.stein and sons, Souris, N. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Aasheim, Carbury, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curisen took Russell Carlsen to Wolf Point, Monday,  where he left by plane for Fort Bliss, Tex., where he will be stationed. Mrs. Frank Wtnhofer was in Poplar, Thursday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Voorhees and her cousin, Mrs. Elsie Crabb, Leesburg, Fla. John Carlsen, Don Handlos and Bob Haggerty, Glendive, helped Charles Carlsen with his well, Tuesday. Mrs. Doris Johnson, Spokane, is visiting the Frank Winhofer and Joe Pilgrim Sr. homes for a few days. POPPYTRAIL SALE! 33% off on 3 Piece Place Settings Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Oct. 3, lff/3 - 7 Books On Western Americana 20% off on Open Stock By BELVINA W. BERTINO OPEN RANGE IN RHYME, by William M. Ralston. 100 pp. Blue Print and Letter Com- pany. $12.00. 1972. William "Bill" Ralston is an oldtimer who ranched "across the,Missouri River" south of Brockton until his retirement several years ago. He now resides at Sidney, Montana. His book touches on the many facets of ranch life in this vicinity, including his memories of the early day horse and cattle roundups, in which he participated; ranch life on Churlie Creek where be ranch was located; hronc riding and his favorite string of horses; outstanding cowboys of hls tlme. Rakton mentions many of the oM time ranchers of the area. He has recorded stam- pedes, rainstorms and bliz- zards, drouffi and dust storms -- all of which he experienced Kaechele gets nursing okay Marllyn Kaechele, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Evan Kaechele, Sidney, recently received word that she passed the state board nursing examination in Wisconsin. Miss Kaechele received a bachelor of science degree in nursing in May from Olivet Nazarene College, Kanhabee, 111. She is currently employed in Sheboygan, Wis. II durlng'hls early years as a cowhand and later as a cattle rancher. The hook is liberally illustrated with historical photos of ranching operations, plus reproductions of paintings done by Bill's brother, J. K. II I| I III U THE Soon, you  will be wearing THE GIBSON GRIN! Rakton, noted contemporary w artt of Blmnp. OPEN RANGE IN RHYME is a definite contribution to the history of the West, as was hk first book, THOSE WERE THE DAYS, previotudy reviewed in this column. I SCOUNT CENTER son's I I I III I LEAVES ONLY May Be Swept in the Gutter of Your Property No Other Materials With the Leaves, PLEASE. H. Mercer Director I I I I Protect Yourself... Save fuel too If you can measure less than six inches of insulation in your attic, you don't have enough. Heat is being lost. With fuel costs soaring, six inches is now considered the minimum. So bring your attic up to the six-inch standard. Cut your heat loss and save fuel. It's doubly important with the fuel shortage that is predicted. eo/700.00' SJe 00BUUTION FIBF:RGLAS INSULAr'ION Genuine 3Vf Owens-Corning Fiber- glas insulation-Red Tag sale-priced at UBC, Bring the insulation in your attic up to the recommended six-inch thickness. Easy to install. $75 APProx. to re-insulate average home. For attics with no insulation, ask about other Fiberglas products. POURING INSULATION Fireproof vermiculite. Fast , easy. Pour it from the bag, Won3 settle or Pac Use it either to re-insulate or for original insulation, .Buy ten bags... Get one bag  .b!N. FREE ALUMINUM WINDOWS Combination storms and screens. Tight-fitting seal against winds and drafts. All sizes, To equip your home, ask for UBC Red Tag Sale price, COMBINATION DOORS Wood or aluminum - your choice, Red Tag sale prices at UBC. FOR DRAFTY DOORS UBC has the answers, Insulating door bottoms and thresholds. Cho ce ot styles for tight seal and easy insta lation-Red Tag Sale priced. UNITED BUILDING CENTERS UBC 482-2012 114 W. Main Sidney, Mont.