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8- The Sidney Herald, Sidnev, Mont., Wednesday, October 13, 1971 LAMBERT AREA NEWS Dinner of Nations Slated The annual Dinner of Nations is set for dsSaturdayevening, with every{me invited to attend. Open house will be tiffs Sun- day at the Jay Roberts home, honoring Mrs. Lenora Hull on her 90th birthday. They have asked that no gifts be given. Sunday School started Oct. I0 at the First Lutheran Church, with a good attendance report- ed. Rev. and Mrs. Hansen spent part of last week in Billings and were inMissoulaonSunday. They also went to Bend, Ore., where they picked up the Capt. Stanley MIHards, who will be visiting in Lambert. The Mil- lards just returned from Korea and will leave for Germany in November. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tbeissen were in Mlnot, last Sunday, and Monday, for the North Dakota Angus tour. The Girard Farmers Union local met at the Jerry Redlins on Sunday, with a potluck din- ner. Mrs. Dale Hill attended the Parade of Homes in Sidney, Saturday afternoon, which was sponsored by the Democratic Women' s Club. There was a housewarming at the Jim Prevost's, Friday mlght, to welcome them to the community. Mrs. Wilbur Hill Edgar Services Funeral services for Vernon I:lgar, 57, of rural Richey were held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 6, 1971, at FulkersonMemorial Chapel in Sidney with the Rev. Warren P. Smith officiating. Pallbearers w e r e George Crockett, Bill Keysor, Bruce Mayes, Elmer Schmoscow, Frank Walker and FlOyd White- man Jr. Vocal selections were "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Shall We Meet at the River." Interment was in Sidney Cem- etery. Fulkerson FuneralHome was in charge of arrangements. Vernon John Edgar was born Jan. 7, 1914, at Underwood, N. C., son of Thomas ard Cecelia Edgar. He attended schools in Richey and on May 4, 1935, he married Hazel Johnson at Slot- my. They have ranched near Richey. He is survived by hi s widow, Hazel; one son, Larry Vern of Dillon; one daughter, Dorothy Darlene Edgar of Glasgow; two 10tethers, Jay Edgar o( BaUwtn  Park, SanFrartcisco, Calif., mlfl Thomas Lyle Mgar of Walhalla, N. D., and three grandchildren. Federated can help you sleep 11 you toes ano turn worrying about the disasters that could de- stroy your business, you need the Federeted Business Protect. All Package. One plan covers 71 dif- ferent business disasters. Anti you enjoy the convenience anti economy of one comoany, one representative. I can design a Package for your company, anti the low cost will surprise yell. =$ . INSURANCE FOR BUSINESS ,=, t HOME t L FE * CAR t'r',; JUST CALL K- BUD QUINNELL I SAVAGE, MONTANA Phone: 776-2376 i i i and Mrs. Jerry Redlin were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Frank West, Columbia Falls, and Mrs. Tom Reed and Bryan spent the week- end at the Orlo Nevins. They went hunting on Sunday. Thomas Diede and RlckShee- hen spent the weekend at home from Missoula where they are attending college. Kenneth Torgerson and Cal Bogar, Ricbey, attended an AGSCO meeting in Minot, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Prevost and family were in Great Fails, Monday through Friday, onbusi- ness. While there, they visited the BOb Rahn' s. Mrs. Oscar Kvaalen and Mrs. George Howl called on Mrs. Agnes Rehbein, where they met Rosemary Hohman of Glendive, and Mrs. Michael Krapmen of Richey. Dave Mullin was home from the College of Great Falls over the weekend when he helped round up cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lake took Letifla Harrison to Hav- re, where she will be staying with her aunt, Mrs. Martha Ruffatto. They also went toDot- son, where they visited their daughter, Mrs. J o h n Lund- strum, over the weekend. Ann and Darrell Nevins were home from college over the weekend. Ann attends Eastern and Darrell attends Billings. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Diede attended the wedding of Danny Bower (a nephew) in Bismarck, N.D. Julie Rehbein and Don John- son, Sidney, were Saturdayvisl- tars of Mrs. Agnes Rehbeiru Drne Roberts celebrated his birthday with several guests on Saturday. Many people from the com- munlly attended the Blanken- ship trail ride, Sunday, with a potluck afterward. Oscar Kvaalen attended a leg- islative council meetieg in Hel- ena, last week. Helen Heringer, Alice Diede, Grace Johnson, Francis Pre- vost and Jean Cooper played instruments for the Happy Hour at Richland Home s. Steve Lake celebrated his birthday at his home, Tuesday. Sunday supper guests at the Roger Williams' were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mercier and Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. John Burke, Sidney, were weekend guests of the Harold Burke' s, Enid, help- ing brand calves and seed win- ter wheat. IMnda Pust came home for 10 days to participate in the wedding of Debra Mercier and James St. Peter. BOb Kucbinski, Caronport, Sask., Canada, visited the John- son's over the weekend. Three tegchers have been at- tending i'eading workshops for five weeks, including Mrs. Erich Pust, Mrs. Baxter and Mrs. Ken Torgerson. The C. R. Thoissens and the Henry Theissens s p e n t last week in Billings attending the fall church conference. Henry Nollmeyer, Savage, spoke at the Alliance Church, representing the Gideons, in the absence of Rev. Hansen, Sunday morning. ! . RICHEY'S NEWEST - Openin recenth/, Kay Johnston's business will offer a Color Photo Studio, a job print shop, a hatcherv and the Richey Newspaper, "The Richey Rooster." She will edit the paper, with Audrey [_arson of Circle doing the publishing. 50th Anniversaries For Two HELEN H. HANSON "lyre Lodge 136 AF & AM and Maud Marshall Chapter 102 OES observed a joint celebra- finn of their golden anniversary Oct. 2 at the Richey HighSchool. The banquet, served by Bit- terroot Rebekah Lodge, handled 127. Mrs. Vera Boles and Verne Stoker attended the guest books and .Mr. and Mrs. HaroldBeery were in charge of the badges. Jack Allen, Wolf Point, and able to attend were F. P. Blair and Nh's. Florence Androp Low- ry. Others inrodueed were Mrs. Gladys Peters, Glasgow, who was the first member of Maud Marshall Chapter after the orig- inal 25 charter members, and now a member of Valley Chapter 29, also Floyd Davis, Vida, charter member of Tyre Lodge 136. Members of Maud Marshall Chapter presented a short skit Redstone, Molt, Fairview, Wolf Point, Winnett, Chinook, Brock- way, Vida, Poplar, Great Falls, Circle and Culbertson. 'Kay's Korner' HELEN H. HANSON Kay's Korner, a new place of business, has opened on Richey's Main Street. It will be a Color Photo Stu- dio, a job print shop for letter- heads, envelopes, sale bills, etc., a chick hatchery, and the Richey Newspaper, which will be with the Circle Banner. The new Richey Newspaper will be called "The Richey Rooster . . . We have a lot to Crow About." It will be edited by Kay Johnston of Richey and published by Audrey Larson of Circle. The paper will feature local news stories, school news by Vickie rices SocietY and feature field people Under in Montana." Kay's Kay Jolmst ber ofthe en' s Associatl to the It's LIGHTFIELD Livestock and Hauling Wanted Semi and Tandem Trucks Available Phone Sidney or ,i Lambert 774-2371 La m be rt, Attention NO HUNTING on ranches from p"a'lt 1 ili Y Mrs. S,bilF4ggumactedasem- enUfled "Marking the Years" highway north of., Kohlman ranch to H cees for the program. Invoca- honoring all officers, members, OS / kUX ar lion wasgtvenbyM.W.G.M, of side-liners, visitors and corn- the Grand Lodge of MontanaAM mittee members throughout the Buttes road, 1 m00le west of Buster years. The Hospital Auxiliary held their monthly meeting Oct. 8, at the new hospital, with 20 members present. The tray favors for the pa- gents will be made this month by the Trinity LutberanChurch. Pete Brekhus stated the new administrator is moving his family to Sidney tis weekend. He said that a new director o[ nurses had not been obtained yet but felt it would soon be filled. The new administrator plans to he with us next month. The nominating committee will report next meeting. They  Mrs. Mare nmnbeg man, with Mrs. Geark Weatherson and Mrs. Art Prlb- now. They will be nominating a president, treasurer and three new directors for 1972. Mrs. Clara Thompson and Ruth Sex gave us a view of the picture donated by the Business and Professional Women' sClub to hospital room 14B in A-wing. This picture is a memorial to J. Hildegaard, Shannon and Nora Hence. Lunch was served by the Trim ity Lutheran (afternoon)Circle, Sewing this month hy the Trim ity Lutheran (evening)Circle). Visitation by Christian Mission- ary Alliance and WCTU. The next meeting willbeNov. 12 at 2 ptm., with roll call to be answered by ',Ot 31tanks." Ruth Goldsmith, secretary M agazine S ales Tops Senior High School thanked all those who bought magines and made the sale a ',tremen- dous success." Wilkison Rites Held In Sidney & AM, Anold Beusen of Glen- dive. Short welcome speeches were given by W. M. Dale Ro- saaen and W. M. Mrs. Dale Ro- saaen. Responses by W. M. Gary Morkin and W. M. Mrs. Leoan Wilson of Sidney. Grand officers introduced and welcomed wee M. W. G. M. Ar- nold Beusen, Grand Historian Maynard Jones of Molt, and Grand Tyler Ben York, Sidney, each responding with a short ad- dress. Past Grand Officers present were: P.G.M. and P.G.P. Har- ry Loncks, Redstone; P.G.P. Maynard Jones; Past Grand Adah Elinor Porter, Sun City, Ariz.; P. G. Sentinel Bertha Grohm, Circle, and P. G. P. Arnold Beusen. OES Grand Chapter Commit- A closing poem was recited by Mrs. Mabel Johnson, Sidney, after which the group sang "May The Good Lord Bless and Keep You." Tyre Lodge was in charge of the social hour. Mr. andMrs. Dayton Willoughby acted as host and hostess during the social hour. Members and guests were present from Sun City, Ariz.; Billings, Kalispell, Glasgow, Glendive, Sidney, Plentywoed, ranch, north to Three Buttes road. BUD MERRILL ERVIN PUTNAM JERRY OBERGFELL RUSSELL BREST JOE G. STEINBEISSER AND SONS GEORGE PREVOST HAROLD FRANZ GUSSlE OBERGFELL The Sidney Senior Highschonl DECA chapter hasjustcomglet- ed its annual magazine drive. The DECA club sold over $2,500 worth of magazine sub- scriptions 'and renewals, which gave.the club about $870towand expenses for the school year. The money will go for such items as the "Board of Gover- nor's" meeting in Bozemm% Oct. 30, the "State Leadership Conference" in Great Falls, March 2, 3 and 4 and local so. cial events put on b the DECA chapter. The two toP salesmen for the local DECA chaPter wereCrsig Averett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Averett, and Larry Ellat- son, son of Mr. and Mrs. L D. Elletson. The two combined fr nearly $500 worth ofngazines sold and nearly I00 lmbscrip tlons. Prizes were awarded to all students who sold at least tour sabscriptions. The DECA chapter at Sidney FOR SALE Four Bedroom Home 2,000 sq. feet of spacious living all on one floor Ideal west side location. Very large family room. Large living - dining, kitchen areas. Attached garage. Sacrifice, Owner transferred. Contact: Bill Mullen Realty Locad in Carpenter 8= Seitz Bldg, Call: 482-1411 Sidney, Mont. I [ I I J tee memberspresentwere Mrs. John Clark, Winnett; Mrs. Ber- tha Groh, Mrs. Frances Beery, Mrs. Mary Waldow, Culbertson; Mrs. Clone Hawley, Sidney; P.G.P. Maynard Jones, Mrs. Alice Hansen, Glendive; Mrs. Erie Dreyer, Circle; P.G.P. Arnold Beusen and P.G.P. Har- pj Loncks. Mrs. ,win Hedstrom, ]'ock- way, played a piano soloandac- companied the group in singing some traditional songs. The History of Maud Mar shall Chap- ter was written by Mrs. Elinor Porter of Sun City, Ariz., and Mrs. Frances Beery and read by Mrs. Jacqueline Whisonant, Chinook, a member of the local chapter. History of Tyre Lodge wa written by P. P. Lawrence and read by Norman Nelson. Mrs. Elinor Porter, the only charter member of Maud Mar- shall ChaPter present of the three living charter members, was presented with a 50-year certificate of membership by Frances Beery. Mrs. Porter then entertained the group with @ CHAIRS B-25 Homecrest SWIVEL ROCKERS Onlv s34 KITCHEN 7 piece Dinette bv Duchess # Anniversary Special $ 89 =4 Bean Bsg $ You'll REGISTER for PRIZES totaling over $| several interesting tales of the early years of Richey. She re- |  '. ceived a standing ovation. The [00at our ALADDIN' rawing: Oetobe other twocharter membersun- S LAMP (D Choose the item you would most like to have from our Aladdin's Lem window DIyI P Fill out a Registration Blank listing that item... AND YOU MAY WIN! No Hunting REGISTER OFTEN -- NO OBLIGATION On Three Buttes Meadow Ranch northeast of Lambert George Prevost (41-2tp) t  ! Funeral services were held for Martin Wilkison, 100, at 2 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 7, 1971, at Fulkvrson Memorial Chapel in Sidney. The William Wetmore cfflci- ated. Vocal selections were sung by Mrs. William Wetmore, accom- panied by Mrs. John Harem. Pallbearers were George Bie- ber, Wendell Brodhead, Glenn Davidsen, Melvin Hgele, Law- rence Johnson and John F. M111o er. Burial was in Fairview Ceme- wry. Fulkerson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangement. Martin Wilkison was born April 24, 1871, in Des Moines, Iowa, son of Mr. and Mr s. Mer- rill Wilklson. In 1891, he mar- ried Elizabeth Mclntyre in Ne- aska wimre they lived until 1905, when they came to home- stead / miles southeast nf FIrvlew. His wife passed awayln 1908. He retired from active farming in 1937 but (ontlnued to live on i. the homestead until 1964 when he became a resident of the Good tepherd Home in Wet- ford City, N. D. He passed away Monday, Oct. 4, 1971, at Community Memo- rtal Hospital i Sidney. Survivors include two sons, Ben of Fairvlew, and Ernie of Apache Junction, Ariz., and nine grandchildren. Hydrants will be 00Flushed Friday Morning October 15 3:00 a.m. Win $100 Merchandise Gift Certificatel 0 A $100 merchandise gift certificate willbe presented to the person bringing to C(nlin's office tM Conlin's Furniture sales ticket. (These date back to 1936.) ON LY ONE PRIZE WILL be awarded - This to the one person with the oldest sales ticket office between now and Oct. 31, 1971. Look Now. YOU could be the LUCKY 3 Floors 'of Anniversarv Special Sealy -- BEDDING -- Sealy Anniversary Special $5 9 00 Per Piece Regularly Price at $79.95 Per Piece O M on 00o,s "('0 " " ",. SO 'tilgp.m.  Free Delivery.  ' U r n 11 u r G 21 I. lwy. WilM N. 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