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ATTENDANTS - A Constitutional Revision special meeting, held in Glas- and 9, was attended by (I-r) Sen. Dave James of Joplin; Mrs. Anna James; Towe of Billings; and two Democratic candidates for the Constitu- Mrs. J. M. (Louise) Cross and Mrs. Signa Kubesh. LEY CREEK AREA NEWS | .laee Club start- Tuesday. At- and Mr s. Pete  Mr s. Johnny and Mrs. Cal and Mrs. tlarold and Mrs. Paul and Mr s. Victor aomo Thursdays 482-2042 Dancers Organize Irioin and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fisher, Weekend guests at the Mel Rauschendorfer&apos;s were Sister Mary Elise and Sister Jean of Minot, N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ashseld, Watkins, Minn., and Mr, and blrs. Earl McDon- ald and sons, Larry and Tim of Hntchinson, Minn. Mrs. Ashseld and .Mr s. Me Donald are sister s o[ Mel Rauschendorfer. They came to attend the Rhuschendor- fer - Dutton Wedding, Friday. Gregg Rauschendorfer, Tom and Peggy Ruffatto, Bozeman, spent the weekend with their parents and also to attended the weddi. Mr. and Mrs. Ora] Hol]om and Mr. and brs. Clyde Gar- ten attended funeral services at Grandview for Ben Diedrick, FridaY morning. Mr. and Mrs. Les Candee 12 KACS - 60 ()o[/as, Tcwn Sedm] has been driven by the bess's wife and dies on.i. It is equipped with 350 V-8 g and brakes plus factory air 3s00 SALE PRiCE:00 $', O0 gersen Motors ring will be Closed and Mr. and Mrs, Cal Steppler were among the guests of Cul- bertson Implement at a steak fry in Culbertson, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Garten visited Mrs. Jeanette Diedrick, Vida, Saturday, and attended the Dale Edeburn estate sale, inthe afternoon. Doris Candee and Mary Ruf- fatto were Saturday overnight guests at the EarlBlevins, Pop- lax, Saturday, in order toattend the homecoming football game. The LaVon Schlenz and Jack Hagen families went boating on Sunday. Saturday dinner guests at the Mel Rauschendorfer' swere Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Ruffatto and family, Miles City; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ashseld, Watldns, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mc- Donald and sons, Hutchinson, Minn.; Mrs. Johnsie DeVrles, Karen, Brent and Jan; Mrs. Art Jaeger; Holmie Larsork Sidney, and tile newlyweds, Mr. and Mr s. Steve Dutton. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Eld- ridge, Andes, and Mr'. andMrs. Herman Keller, Elmdale, were Tuesday guests at the Harold Martin's to honor Mrs, Keller on her birthday. Marylin Martin accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jim Salabury of Bozeman to spend the weekend tith her parents, Mr, and Mrs. 'lrold Martin. Saturdayj Mrs. Martin and Marylln and Mrs. Eathel Davis drove toWeyburn, sask., Canada, to attend a lec- turship at the We$rn Chris- tian College. Marylin left San- day withthe Salsbury' storeturn to Bozeman. Mrs. Laura Golden moved to Culbertson, Tuesday, where she will be living. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Steppler visited Mrs, Roy Steppler, who is a medical patient in the Sid- ney hospital, several dyes last week. Those helping Bruce MeColo lore celebrate hisbirthday, Sun- day evening, at his sister's, Florence Spencer's, were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin, Mrs. Laura Golden, Mrs. Eathel Da- vis and Mrs. Victor Helland. Bert Steppler, Billings, spent the weekend home and attended the wedding in Sidney, Friday. further notice on land by the undersigned AND STEVEN SCHMITZ RALSTON MILLER JR. KENNETHGENE AND ELMER FOSS (41-2tc) Promote Marine Marine Fir st Lieutenant Jerry K. Johnson, son of Mrs. Kenneth R. Johnson of 107 - lOth Ave. S.W., Sidney, was promoted' to hia present rank while serving at the Marine Corps Air Station, New River, Jacksonville, N. C. He is a 1969 graduate of Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, Wash. Sales Tax;Refecemdum No. 68 xppear on the ballot on Nov. 2 aS follows: (emphasis ours) referendum measure No. 68. F, qr reduction of the 40% Income Tax tl 10% and for the enactment of the 2% Sales and Use Tax. 'Ta:efesurtnadxU: 7;ao/::r:d N;G:8NsA?nAaIcNt SmTn;edftth;"2% Of tsalles': VOte AGAINST REFERENDUM NO. 68, the zlO% Income Tax 8ur. to December 31, 1972, when itwill revert to 10%. for referendum No. 68, the Income Tax Surtax will decrease the 2% Sales and Use Taxwill be put into effect to be applied on Charge, or exchange of tangible personal property and taxable set. (Pal. Adv. Richland CounW Farmers Union) Yellowstone Area News MRS. PETER HEINLE The Faith Circle met at the home of Mrs. Bruce Burgess. Mrs. Ella Anderson gave the lesson and also conducted the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson, Arco, Idaho, have announced the final adoption of Jason Wade, which became effective Sept. 28. Jason was born on July 31 and was two - years - old last July. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and fam- ily plan to visit here during the Thanksgiving holidays. Mr. and Mrs. John Hardy are thegrand- parents. Mrs. Gyda Swenson began work as a teacher's helper at the Fairview Consolidated Schools, Monday. Linda Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mr s. Alfred Miller, and Tim Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Miller, were elected queen and king of the Fairview High School Homecoming, last week. The annual McKenzie County Farmers Union Convention will be Nov. 6, at Watford City, with a dinner at noon and the meet- ing afterward. Mrs. Gyda Swenson, Mrs. Da- vid Iverson and Linda and Mrs. Lyle Sponheim went to James- town this weekend where they at- tended the Capping Ceremony at Jamestown College for the class of nurses. Laurie Swenson was one of those receiving her cap. Mrs. Anna Hammer was host- ess at the Mary Circle meeting at her home, Wednesday. Mrs, Jane Bauman assisted with the serving. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Swanson, Plentywood, went to Billings, Sunday, to meet Mrs. Bud Mor- rill of George, Wash. Mrs. Mor- rill will assist her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Berry, with the beet harvest. M0ntie Martin, who attends school at Wahpeton, spent the weekend at the home of hispar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Mar- tin. Mark Stepan, Great Falls, visited over the wellnd at the home of his Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stepan. Mrs. Art Tyler andMrs.Ivan Cayko are hauling beets for the Caykos. Dana, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cayko, is being cared for by Mrs. Harold Hel- land, while her parents are hauling. Mrs. alga Dooley is helping at the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Pay- ette, during the beet harvest. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wenzel, Leader, sask., Canada, visited at the home of Mr. andMrs. Bill Datum and family over the week- end. Dang Dschaak was sick with the chicken pox last week. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Dachaak entertained relatives, Sunday, honoring their son, Doqg, on his seventh birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mr s. James Deming and family, Leo Duda and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Reidle. On Monday, Dang treated his first grade class at the East Fairview School for his birthday. Norman Finsaas is driving beet truck for hisbrother, Lld Finsaas, during the beet harv- est. Laurence Johnson and Mrs. Lloyd Finsaas attended funeral services for Harris Olso at the Lutheran Church inWatford City, last week. Mrs. Norman Finsaas, who is teaching at Golva, N. D., spent the weekend at her home. Patsy Finsaas and Debbie Dahi, who attend Minot Busi- ness College, spentthe weekend at their respective homes. Miss Alma Aarhus. who teaches at the AFB in Minor, and Mrs. Marie Norstng, Wat- ford City, visited with friends, Saturday. The East Fsirview School played a footballgame, Monday, with the Alexander footballteam at Falrvtew. The firstroport cardafor this year will be given Oct. 13 atthe East Falrview School. The East Falrview School will have a ballRame with Cul- bertson, Oct. 19, at the Fair- view Consolidated Schools foot- ball field at 4 p.m. East Fatrvtew School will he dismissed at 2 p.m., OcL 20, for the annual Teachers Conven- tion, which will be heldln Far- go this year. School willresume again Oct. 26. This will alsoln- clude a Monday holiday fox Vet- eran's Day. Mrs. Calvin Taasavegtn, Shelby, visited here the first of the week with Mrs. Viola Taasevegim She also visited her grandmother, Mrs. Butter- field, In Wllllston, befOre re- Moline - H orsecreek MRS. RICHARD ANDERSON F! Burns and Harold Mor rtur'ned MO fro  s- cessful Moose hunt at Big Saw dy lake in Canada. 'Mr. and Mrs. Orville Haugen returned Wednesday from atrtp through Canada, and visiting with friends and relatives in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. They also visited Mrs. Gladys Iverson and the Art Nygards in Missoula. The Highland ALCW met at the Oscar Olson home, Thurs- day. The lesson was given by Winter Driving Cautions Noted Motorists in Montana are ad- vised to begin thinking about winter driving techniques, the Montana Highway commission said this week. The first onslaught of colder weather with snow and ice con- ditions makes highway driving hazardous for unwary travel- ers who do notpractice goed de- fensive driving habits. As the weather turns colder, among the first areas to become icy are concrete bridge deck=, The relatively warmer air ris- ing under the bridges causes icing conditions on the driving surface, and motorists who are caught unaware sometimes ap. ply brakes suddenly to raduee speed and may find themselves in a skid or spin, said Lewis Mrs. MOrris Cross and devo- tions were gLveo by Ma. I#if Hanson. Thursday supperguents atthe Kelth Winters were Mr. and Mrs. Left Hanson, Jim and Yvonne, and Dr. and Mrs. Joe Buckley. The Buckley's Mrs. Winter' s parents, from Seattle, Wash., are vistting their new granddaughter, Christy Renne. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rod vistted her mother, Mrs. Minda Christlanson, in the Good Shep- herd Home in Watfd CitY, Thursday. Mrs. Richard Anderson and Mrs. Stanley Forthun attended the 4-H Home Economics lead- er' s training meeting inWaffor< I City, Thursday. Mrs. Ed Burns attended the Homemakers lesson on Fondue in Sidney, Thursday. Visiting at the Orville Hau- gens this week for three days were Mrs. Haugen's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. John Berry, from JaYce, Iowa. Laura Hatlgen, a college stu- dent at MAnet, was home visiting her family this weekend. Mrs. Leif Hanson and Yvorme and Nancy Greenwood, attended the meeting othe Bennte Herre Beavers 4-H Club, Saturday, at the Myron Leland home. They elected their officers for the new year. Kit James was a Sunday night guest of Les Haugen, helping Les celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Rod and family were Sunday visi- turning home. Mrs. Ben ,Peterson, Califor- nia, was here last week for the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Edith Cray. She. also visited her brothers, Vern, Falrview, and Glenn, Alexander, and their families before returning home. A family supper was held at the home of Mr. andMrs. Elroy Harper of Sidney for relatives and friends who had attended the funeral that day of Mrs. Edith Crab'. The Cray family lived in the Dare community for many years. Cheerleaders for the East Fairvtew A Squad teams were chosen as follows: Maria Lub- kin. Patty Martin, Marilyn Cot- ter, Tammy Hurley and Mary Weiser. Mrs. Keony Kling, Sidney, is hauling beets for Herman and Dick Johnson. Justin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rich Karst, is staying with his grandmother, Mrs. Henry Karst, while his parents are working beets. Mrs. Jerry Schwind and daughters, Glendive, visited Sunday at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. FredKarst. Karen Karst, .Linda Sehiot- haner andChris Dahl came from Billings and spent the weekend at their respective homes. Lin- da and Chris are attending col- lege and Karen is employed at the Midland Bank. Mrs. Jim Karst and infant son, Tim James, were honored at a shower given for them at Mrs. Harold Schlothauer, Mrs. Ken Schlothauer and Mrs. Paul Trndell. Those who visited atthe home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Karat, Sun- day, to make the acquaintance o( Tim James. were Mr. andMrs. Sigurd Rudie, Mr. and Mrs. Cordon Berndt, Colleen and Gene, Mrs. Fred Karst, Karen Karst an Mrs. JerrY Schwi and daughters. A Fowler man of Pick City, N. D., is hauling beets fox Jake and Jtm Ketterling. Mrs. Jake Ketterling visited Stmday with Mrs. Charles Jacques and new baby daugh- ter at the Memorial Hospital in Sidney, Sunday. e was accom- panied by Mrs. Jacques' parents who are here from Havre spend- ing a few days with their daugh- ter and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Ketter- ling, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ketter- ling and Mrs. Ted sallivanwent to Watalga, S. D., for the tu- hera1 0f Jake Ketterllng' s broth- er, last week.  * Mrs. Carl Helm, Mrs. Marie Swenann and Mrs. David Iver son were. IXlSidney, Mmdp, y, tO honor MrS. AI AIquithmr,blYtlxlay. Mrs. Macy Lewis, Mrs.Viola Noyes and Alan Noyes, whowas here from Butte, were dtnner. guests Sunday at the: ]me Mr. and Mrs. PaUl Notehoom. Man returned home that after- nmm. Mr. and Mrs. Horst Hannold, Glendive, visited over the week- end at the home of her grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin. Mrs. Hannold remain- ed for a few  s' at: the 5rtin home as her grandmother has been ill the st wield. " Mrs. G. A. Barr, Arnold and Jenelle, Froid, visited on Sun- day with Mrs. Candace Huff, at tbe home ofMr. andMrs. Ed Ochs. Brother Bernard, Mandaree, visited, Monday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Herdt and Jeri Lynn. Mrs. Robert Hunter is in charge Of the adult choir at the Zion Lutheran Church. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont.. Wednesday, October 13, 1971 - 9 o See BLUE SHIELD for Famous ov Individual Health Plem 220 E. Main Office 482 - 2312 Home 482 "Helln" Have a Nice Day / ! L Oscar L Anderson SIDNEY, MONTANA Independent Candidate for CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION DISTRICT 3: Dawson Fatlon Richland and W ibaux Counties Election Date NOVEMBER 2, 1971 FOUR (4) DELEGATES TO BE ELECTED Please Consider My Qualifications and I Hope They Merit One of Your 4 Votes * Born and raised on an Eastern Mon'tana dairy farm Graduated from Sidney High School with advanced schooling at Northwestern School of Commerce, Portland, Oregon * Former employments: Holly Sugar Co. (during factory campaigns), Sidney National Bank from 1935 to present, now President and Chairman of the Board. * Manages family farm near Sidney Volunteer Fireman 24 years, assistant Chief 3 years Four years Sidney City Council *rMayof, of Sidney 6 years Towns, 1968.69 Community Memorial Hospital Board of , Trustees 11 years * Farmers Home Administration State Advisory Committee 3 years * Governor's Committee on Economic Studies 3 years (appointed by Governor Nutterj * Member of Rural Areas Development Committee * Recipient "Boss of the Year", 1960 - "GOod Government A ward", 1968 * Member: Methodist Church, Elks, Moose, Masonic Lodge, Shrine and Kiwanis * Sidney has the third lowest tax levy in the state I believe in efficient, economical government (Pal. adv. circ. and pd. for by Anderson for Con Con Club, Harold Mercer, See'y) / / / / / / / /f \\; \\; M. Chittim, state highway ere- tars at the Norman Reds, with to ice roadways gineer: alize mum=,= reduce up rapidly, that ..... speed and "' shady higher torists shou" and gradually be portions elevations prepared m when re- of party up Gerry helping hs father rund / i -- m /aWasii - m Mrs. zen Attending cattle, in for Lelf Glendive Lana the Hanson, and double wereMr. Tracy Jim blr thd Celt- and and wj -- ] laOqdffdOjL1 hOg f 1 " Yvoane and Mrs. aonald Han- ' .i When a snnwstortn hits, most son and Sean. [ i motorists are generally aware RIck and Joe Leland helpnd of the changed driving condi- Mike Pederson and Richard tions. It is the sporadic icy derson work calves on Sunday. spots that cause the most acci- The ladles from the I-lighlald dents, especially 'black ice" ALCW are to meet at the churoh .  i, which is not readily visible but Oct. 18 to make Christmas very dangerous, decorations. I I" i NO HUNTING or Tresspass00ng On any of my land in the- Girard area without permission A tlew automatic washer aO dryer will save the day.., and your temper.., and the vr "rlear on your clothes.., and just think of the extra hours a n,w washer and dryer will give you to do the things you reaf want to do. II I look into a sher t anddryer I I E. H. Wick I I I I I I II I $e8