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October 17, 1973

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ame girls honor list at Sidney Junior released the the first six - roll. The six- reeled ended Oct. 5. are as follows: Lana Benth, 12/4; 11; Phyllis Chapman, Y Chrlstmmen, 12%; 10%; Ann 16; Josie Franck, Frank, 10/,; Gabrielson, 13; Joy 14; Darcy Geebel, 14; Lort Harris, HeR, 12%; Vicky 13Y4. 10; Mary Nlcole Johnson, Ketone, 14; Vicki Robin Knaff, 11; 11; Tracy 13; Bernadette LW4; Jolene Partin, Patch, 9%; Sandy 121,4; Debra Connie Strasheim, Verbaaselt, 15; 15; Nancy Wilkinson, 16%; Brooke Wllliamson, 15/4. Eighth Grade Girls -- Teresa Bradley, 13/4; Jill Brunsvold, 9; Karen DeVries, 15/4; Naomi Dynneson, 9%; Karen Gabrielson, 10%; Kathy Garman, 14,; Kelly Hart, 9/,; Rhonda Iversen, 11%; Nikki Maltese, 15; Candace Miller, 11%; Linda Net=, 12%; Krlsti Norby, 13A; Peggy O'Sullivan, 12V4; Toni Pope, 11; Pare Potts, 11%; Dabble Quale, 9V4; Connie Radke, 94; Susan Saksbaug, 14%; Cindy Smelser, 10%; Crystal Stai, 10; Tammy Torgerson, 9%. Seventh Grade Girls -- Jeanne Aneeth, 114; Mary Balcor, 134; Nancy Dige, 13; Michelle France, 10; Louise Gartner, 13; Sandy Haber, 10%; LeeAnn Hanson, 12%; Tamara Hartie, 11%; Llnda Haugen, 12; Libby Paladlchuk, 12%; Kwin Red- man, 114; Julle Rotlnmmn, 15; Dana Sag, 12; Charlene Thiel, 10%; Cathy Thorndal, 13; Shelly Welnel, 94; Tamara Wight, 13; Term Wight, 14. Lambert church sets convention The Lambert Christian and Missionary Alliance Church will be holding its annual missionary convention. Mrs. L. D. Wright, a missionary in West Africa since 1949 will be speaking. Services will be held Oct. 21 and 23 at 7 p.m. The closing service, Oct. 24, will be highlighted by a potluck banquet at 6:30 p.m. There will be a Veteran's Day Rally with missions empham in Glend/ve Allianco Church, Oct. 22. All are invited to at. tend. Mr. and Mrs. Wright have lived in a tent or used a small house trailer when moving through bush areas to preach, teach and distribute lltorab.tre and medicines in the Republic of Mall. VETERAN'S DAY SPECIALS - OCT. 22 items listed below go on sale 8:30 Monday, Oct. 22 Shop 'til 5:00 p.m. BILE SUIT SPECIALS 9" 17" 1 4" and Women's Teen Size - 14 to 20 Tots' Size- 6to 12 shell wlth nylon taffeta inner lining. Heavy duty trent and leg gippon fro" ,- off. Conma in black with yellow racing stripe and white piping. Special 3 77 yd. Crpe double knit screen prints. 100% texturized. These knits are 58/60" wide. Bold and bright patterns have a European look. skein Acrilan ,lic yarn. 4 ply. 4 oz. Skeins in many Ular colors. washable. :IAL SPECIAL BUY! $ for 5 299 80ys' short Jr. s Fon sport shirts for $5 long sleeve SPort shirts 80per cent 20per nylon warp Jear. Asaorted Colors. SLoes 7 to 13 8to18 JCPenney We know what you're looking for. Shop Penney's Monday, Oct. 22 Girard Area News Notes By TERRY JOHNSON Mr. and Mrs. Doug Johaaon returned home Sunday h'om Wahpeton, N. D., where they attended Jobu=m's 10 - year science school reunion, and visited the Miller's, Hauschild's and Hooge's. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Petormm flew to Great Falls for a parish education meeting, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Con Slmonsen drove to Billings and on to Great Falls, Friday, to vlslt the Bob Kopp's. Frank Danieis returned  home Saturday from r where be has been undergoing some tests. Mr. and Mrs. Virginia Essler and Babe, Sacrannto, Calif., visited at the Charles and Frank Danieis homes this week. While here the Eesler's and Daniel's went hunting. Mr. and Mi's. Frank Daniels attended Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lohrenz' betmewarming, Saturday. Mrs. Lloyd Salsbury was admitted to the Sidney Com- munity Memorial Hospital, Saturday. On Wednesday, Mrs. Saisbury will be taken to Billings where she will have surgery on her back. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Johnson arm children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Danlels and Don Baue attended he Girard Farmers Union local meeting, held at the Jerry Redlln's, Lambert, Sunday. Special guests for the meeting were Ed Dobson, Billings; J. W. Bradley, Ten- nesee, and Mr. and Mrs. John Reddin, Sarpy Creek Basin. The Girard Homemakers will hold their regular meeting at the home of Olive Kringen, Thursday, Oct. 18. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Oct. 17,1973.5 m SPECIAL THIS THURSDAY Fish & Chips =1.50 EDNA'S CAFE 8outh of 81dney herd Every Smmy m I I I I It's sale time at Penneys. Big, big savings so you can keep more of your cash. Sale of print and solid sheets. Sale 2 '2 Twin size, flat or fitted Reg. 2.99. Solids, ginghams or duotone stripes. All polyester and cotton muslin, reg. 3.99, Sale |.4 Queen, flat or fitted, reg. 6.49 .............. Sale |. Sale 2 72 Twin size, flat or fitted Reg. 3.49. Parisienne is a Penn Prest floral print of cotton and polyester muslin. 4 popular colors, Full,flat or fitted, reg. 4.49 .............. Sale $.72 Queen, flat or fitted, reg. 7.49 ............... Sale 5.1 20 % off winter blankets. Sale 79 4==. Reg. |. RII acrylic, sofid colored blanket with contrasting nylon bindings. Full size also on sale. Sale Reg. T. Printed blankets of polyester. Vinyl zipper carrying ' bag included. Sale Reg. 11.1111 Dacron M polyuter zmoiered s QtZN Slmz ON SALE, TOO Men's sportcoat and slack sale. Special 27 s Men's sportcoats in polyester double knits or texturized polyesters. Many handsome styles to choose from, all single breasted. They're patterned in assorted colors to show off your fall slacks and shirts. Size 38 - 48,. SaleS11 Reg. 13.00. The JCPenney pant for men. Fortrel polyester that's styled for comfort and good looks. Choose flare leg or cuffed flares, both with wide belt loops and shirt hugger waistband. Great solid colors, sizes 29-42. Sale prices effective thru Saturday. Save on kids' stuffl Sale 212 Reg. 2.50. Long sleeve tops of Penn-Prest polyester/ cotton knit in patterns or solid of blue, pink or maize. Sizes 1-4. Sale 195 Reg. 2.30. Boxer waist slacks. Penn-Prest polyester/cotton knit in solid blue, pink or maize. Sizes 1-4. Sale on women's casual shoes. Sale 7 Reg. 8.99. Ladies' saddle shoe with synthetic upper. In blue/ creme, brown/cremeor black/ white. Sizes B 5-10, Sale 1 0 ' Reg. 12.99. Ladies' wedgie in brown grain leather with crepe sole. Sizes AA 5-10, B 5-10, Sale 7 Rag. 7.99. Ladies'bump toe casual in synthetic suede smooth leather. In black. Sizes B 5-10. I Open Wed. Night til 8:30 I1' JCPenney We know what you're looking for. I [] I I I I I I I I II l III [ II I mmmm I II Shop Catalog Store Phone 482-3795 482.3796 I I IIIII I.