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ft, Bell say ws in P/air, N e o . daughter of Hundtoft and the formerly of Wayne Bell, son of Wayne C. Bell of were married in the First Blair, Nab. Albers officiated given away by her wore a in the empire with a Victorian with pearls. Ban wed Nov. 17 Mkda Sweasou and Mrs. George of Sidney announce of their Blinda Zoan, to Ban, son of Mr. and Ban, Terry, Mont. planned. \\; A gathered A.line skirt with applique of Venice lace swept into an aisle wide cathedral train, encircled with a wide flounce of cluny lace. Her illusion yell edged in venice lace was held by a matching lace camelot cap. She carried a bouquet of roses, daisies, mttms and babies breath. Matron of honer was Mrs. Darlene Botts, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Laurie Olson, of California, Becky Bell and Barb Christensen of Iowa. The purple and lavender crepe gowns were fashioned after the bride's gown. They wore flowers in their hair and carried a nosegay. Best man Was Steve Petereen of minois. Groonmnen were Chuck Bell of Iowa; Rodney Kastrup of Illinois; Phil Weber of Omaha; and ushers were Rick Plugge, Larry Betts of Blair; Dcug Tyrill of Iowa and Mike Hill of Omaha. Candlellghters were Laurie Bell of Iowa and Rite Plugge of Blair. The reception was held at the First Lutheran Church. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plume of Blair and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zim- merman of Iowa. The couple took their wed- cling trip to Kansas City, Mo., and will later make their home in Omaha where Bell is a teacher for the Omaha Public Schools. The groom was a 1971 Dana graduate and the bride attended Golden Valley Lutheran College and is presently enrolled at the Omaha School of Practical Nursing. Hote,,- Sidney, Montana The ge Jean to 1 a.m. Y k IN THE LOUNGE Hot Hors d, oeuvres Ihorn Cheese and Crackers y 5:30 to 7 p.m. , ....... Mr. and Mrs. David Vaira Couple says vows at ,4//iance church Peggy Johnston of rural Poplar and David Vaira of rural Culbertson were married Sept. 22 at the Rickey Christian Missionary Alliance Church. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Johnston and Mr. and Mrs. James Volta. The double ring ceremony was performed by Ray. Don Huntington. Thorgramson to marry Obergfe/I Mr. and Mrs. George Thorgramson of Cartwrlght announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Jo to Paul Ohergteil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Douglas Obergfell of rural Sidney. Mary Jo Tnorlp'amson The bride, given in marriage by her parents, wore an old fashioned styled gown with leg o'mutton sleeves, the bodice and hemline trimmed with alencon rose lace and daisies with lavender centers. The chapel length veil was trimmed with alencon rose lace. The gown was made by the bride's mother and was also worn by the bride's sister, Connie. She carried an old fashioned bouquet of yellow ros. Gerald Johnston was Miss Thergranmon is a 1972 graduate of Fairview and is presently attending her second year at the University of North Dakota Wflikton Center. Obergfell is a 1972 graduate of Sidney and is now employed at MDU in Sidney. A Nov. 16 wedding is planned. - FOR SALE - CALL FOR SEALED BIDS Iwigated farm, quarter section, | ] miles south of known as Harry Fowcett farm,, described as of Section 9, Township 22 N., Range 59 E. Sealed bids, offering to purchase this property will be opened on y, October 26, 1973 at 2:00 p.m. office of the Pioneer Loan and Realty Company, 102 South Central Ave., Sidney, Montana. to the following conditions: Bidding must be by sealed bics and all bids must be accompanied by a check for 10% of the bid with balance of down payment in 30 days. ringhearer. The flower girl was Janice Vaira. Matron of hnr was the bride's sister, Connie Aashtem of Omaha,. Neb. Bridesmaids were Joni Sclmmacker and Valerie Roberts. They wore lavender dotted gowns with The Sidney Herald q!cb  y,  Wad., Oct. 17,19:3. Couple says vows here on Sept. 2,. Helser, Falrview, wore a white and yellow print floor-length dress made by Mrs. Riley Tyree, Sidney. She wore a tiara and carried a heart, shaped satin and lace pillow with yellow rose corsage attached above the ribbon, held wedding rings of the bride and groom. Best man was Joe Wolff, Crane. Ushers were Robert Wheeler, Missoula, brother of the groom and Jess Jackson, Sidney. The bridegroom and best man wore white jackets trhnmed in black and ruffled shirts with bow ties. Mothers of the bride and groom wore floor - length dresses; Mrs. Burns' was white and black and Mrs. Wheeler's A 2 p.m. ceremony Sept. 22, at Lonsdale MethodiSt Church, Sidney, united Blllie Jo Burns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burns, and Larry Wheeler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wheeler, all of Sidney. '13w double ring ceremony, performed by llev. Howard Hunter, was preceded by a solo "We've Only Just Begun" sung by Don Gratz of Sidney, ac- companied by Sherry VeVriee, organist for the complete ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown fashioned of misty sheerganza and re-embroidered alencon lace, featuring a high, ruffled neckline, empire waistline and bishop sleeves with ruffles at the cuffs. The built, in train was chapel length. Her two - tiered illusion veil was attached to the lace headpiece, trimmed with rhinestones. She carried a white Bible, a gift from the bridegroom, for something "new" along with a corsage - bouquet of yellow and white roses. For something "old" she wore a penny in her shoe; "borrowed" were her mother's earrings and somethh "blue" was the traditional garter. Maid of honer was Deanna Frison, Sidney, who was attired in yellow satin, short, sleeved gown of princess styling. She wore a rhinestone tiara and a charm bracelet, gift of the bride. She carried a single yellow long - stemmed rose. Junior bridesmaid, Heidi Waters, Daws set engagement Mr. and Mrs. Dale Water of Richey announce the for- thcoming marriage of their daughter, Mary K to Archie W. Daws HI, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arclde Daws Jr., Bozenmn, at 4 p.m. at a public wedding on Oct. 28 at the Richey Cintlan Missionary Alliance Church. Auxiliary gives flag to school In keeping with the con- tinuing policy of patriotic education the VFW Auxiliary of Poet 4099 presented a new U. S flag to the Brorson School Oct. 15. President Barbara San- derson and Margaret Bradley ribbon headpieces. They each conducted the ceremony. Flag carried a nosegay bouquet of etiquette pamphlets were lavender asters and white distributed to the students. Mary Waters carnations. Mrs. Doris EHckson and Best man was Larry Vaira, Sylvia Wetz are the teachers at The bride is a 1968 graduate brother of the groom, Donnie Brorson. of Richey High School Steppler and Tim Vaira were groomsmen. Ushers were Larry Johnston and Daryl Vaira. Special music was the "The Lord's Prayer" and "Because" by Barbara Johnson, and pianist, MarJorie Fellows. Host and hostess for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ranschendorfer. The bride's mother chose a blue gown with white ac- cessories. The groom's mother wore a floral organza gown. They both had baby pink rosebud and carnation cor- sages. / The reception was held in the cbruch parlors. Mrs. Dave Johnston, aunt of the bride, cut and served the three - tiered cake decorated by Roger Walker with lilac roses. Mrs. Larry Johnston was at the coffee service, Mrs. Gary Johnston presided at the punch bowl and Vlekie Johnston and Vickie Vaira served the bride's table. Sue Jolmston, Barb Johnston and Dab Lagato were at the gift table. Both are graduates of Lambert High School. The bride graduated horn Great Falls Vo Tech. The groom is employed at GTA in Glendlve. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Knels, Fairvlew; Mr. and Mrs. Leren Bermteln and family, Scurk, N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Aashiem, Carbury, N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Johnson, Fallon; Mr. and Mrs. James J. Boyd, Wolf Point; Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Tcavs, Wolf Point; Mr. and Mrs. Myron Johnston, Great Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Aashlem, Omaha, Nab., and Jim Fink, Williston, N. D. Workers elect may bid three ways: *" Foss president To purchase all that portion of said quarter section lying south The orpniutional meet of the Timberline Workers was led east of B.N. railroad right-of-way, containing 146.41 acres, haid Oct. 5 at the I,lebelt's To purchase all that podion of said quader section lying north home. The oflcers for the coming year were elected as lad west of B.N. railroad right-of-way, containing about six acres, follows: President - Clayton Foss, To purchase the entire quarter section, less easements and vice. president - Kenny Red- rights.of.way of record, mar secretary- Deanna vou, treasurer . Scott Staffenaon, reporter - Doreen Foss, and  CONDITIONS: Sellers will reeerve a one per cent rnyalRy of all oil and gas. Put. h/storlan. Kevin Rodman. will have an easement to use and maintain existing ditches. Property will be sold on tr dee, with 29 per cet down, balance in 10 equal annual installments, plus seven Fifteen members enrolled. New members who Joined the ,InkreeLPurchasernmstpaytenantfer40acreeofwintsrwheateeededthlsfall, also club are Stacy and Mara r removal until March 15, 1974. Remaining conditions in contract to be Fulkerson, Michael McNew and Doreen Foes. Tommy McNew reported on the window display in Walker's Shoe Store for 4-H Week. Mr. and Mrs. AI Johns showed slides  Dennmrk. The next rnaeting will be held at Fulkeraon's Nov. 9 at 7:80 p.m. Doreen Fore, reporter eeller. SELLERS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS Pq)r further details, see Bud or Joe Halvorsen at the Pioneer Loan and Realty Company, 102 South was  white with multi, colored trim down the front. Ac- cessot ies were black and white. Both wore yellow and white rose corsages. The church was decorated with yellow net and satin bows on the pews and vases of mixed yellow and white flowers in the altar vases. The reception was served in the church basement. The four. tiered wedding cake, baked by Gone Sattler, was decorated with yellow roses and topped with bride and groom decoration. The bride's table had a centerpiece of a white Bible and two white doves with a single long-stemmed rose for the brlde. Guest tables were decorated with tiny rice - filled pats of yellow and white flowers and candles. Springerie with yellow and white flowers encircled punch bowl, wedding cake and rice bowl which was at the guestbook. THE 00IRI Mrs. Sherry Burns, WUt aunt of the bride, attended the guest book. Mrs Jean Torgerson, Sidney, served punch and Mrs. Mai'gle Torgerson, Sidney, served coffee. Cake was cut and served by Mr.. Thelma N and Mrs. Carol Hallgrhnm, Culbertson. Mrs. Barbara Oison, Sidney, and Mrs. Patty Sundhaim, Falrvlew, sister of the groom, were at the table. Decorations were l)y Carol Hallgrimson. ;AII participants wore yellow corsages. The bride and groom graduates of Sidney 141gh School. They reside in their mobile home at Casa Villse , Billings, where ha attends *0- Tech. Attending were many friends and relatives from Hinedale, Billings, Wolf Point, wm Glasgow, Culbertson, Say.e, Glendlve, Missoula and C0dT, Wyo. entral Ave., Sidney, Montana, phone 482-1801 mmmmumm Soon, you too will be wearing THE GIBSON GRIN! , ,% DISCOUNT CENTER ibson's I Parking - Phase I Our 1973 parking lot project west of the bank is now complete - providing 33 new customer and employee parking spaces in Sidney. The lot has a new asphalt coating and parking stripes will soon be painted. PARKING - PHASE II will be completed in 1974 south of the bank to provide an additional 22 spaces. Sidney National is doing its port to help Sidney grow. SIDNEY, (Member FDIC) [ON TATA Weather Phone 482-11 77 I I J