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12- The Sidney Mrald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Oct. 17,1973 Feature film gets top national rating • "Explore the Old West Trail Country," a feature film created for world wide evton vig,  been named the ontstanding regional travel film m'oduced in the U. S. in 1973. " The award was presented at the 5th annual U. S. Travel Conference at Lake Placid. N. Y., according to Montana . Dakota Utflitlu Co. Pmfldent, David M. Heskett, a co-eponsor of the film. Murle Moore services held Furm-al sorvices for Murle Moore, 78, of Savage were held at 2 p.m. Oct. 10, 1973, at the United Church of Christ in Savage with Rev. Arnold A. Brown officiating. Pallbearern were Leonard Hagler, Alvin Maschera, Raymond Mitchell, Charles Nelson, Robert Seers and Delmer Wllllan. Ushers were John Gear and John Hoon. Nina Murk Moore was bern July 17, 1897 at Sni Mil, Mo., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Howard. She grew up and at. tended mchoob in  She was married to W. Ernest Moore at Independence, Mo., Feb. 21, 1914. They then moved to Savage in 1916, where they've made their home ever since. She was a member of the United C'-mwch of Christ in Savage. She died at the Community Memorial Hospital Oct. 6, 1973 following hospltaUzatlon and surgery. Surviving are her widower, W. E. Moore; four daughters, Mrs. Everett B. (Blsnc) Hah=, Billings; Mrs. CtlffOl (Bethel) Dashner of Sidney, Mrs. Robert (Maxine) Gregg of Savage and Mrs. Leland (Peggy) Lapp of Basin, Wyo.; two sisters, Mrs. Glen (pauline) wnkmn of Lone Jack, Mo., and Mrs. Cora Basham of Kansas City, Mo.; 15 grandchildren and 32 great - grandchildren. She was wece in death by her parents, s son, BRI; a brother, Bill Howard, and a sbter, Mrs. Mary Baaman. Vocalists were Alice and Joan Hagler accompanied by Lella Wllllan. Interment was in Rlvervlew Cemetery with Fulkerson Funeral Home in charge of arrangemeats. I II I Narrated by television perlmty, Chet Huntley, the half - hour film features the Mzenic wonders and historic sites that abound In Montana, Nebraska, North and South Dakota and Wyoming. Irvlne Bates, president of the Old West Trail Foundation, was on hand In Lake Placid to receive the award. He noted that the film was uM through matching funds provided by the U. S. Travel Service and Montana - Dakota Util/ties. Dlslzdbution costs are being Jointly paid by the five member gates of the Foun- dation. Bates, an MDU employe, said that although the film had only been in distribution for the past two months, it has akeady been seen by over eight million television viewers. He said that add/tional millions will have an opportunity to discover the Old West as more television statio throughout the U. S. preview it for their audionces. The film has been tramlated in various foreign languages and will soon be distributed worldwide for additional millions of viewers. i ii I iiii iiiiiii iii i i "a'-on I Roundup By IJNI)A MUN X would Uke to tiamk the Jayceen's for the coffee pot they donated to the mmm this week. It will be very useful during special openings for the exldbitton8 in the Art Gallery. I got the braided rugs for the Homestead Shack th week. They sure make a dlerence in the room. Now I guess I had better think about getting the walk done. People are  coming in from all over -- this past month we have had visitors from California, Washington, Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, Colorado, Wyoming, North Dakota and even London, Englandl Memorials were received this week in remembrance of John Marman St, and Chris Larson. A few more stories came in this week. I am looking forward to more as I know that when the deadline nears people will not want to have their piece of history left out of the book that will he read by all of our children' and their children. LOOK HERE FOR [ iii i1 i Free feed at Richey Sam Durhan, marketing manager for the Glendive Division of MDU, cooks up a hatch of • bite - sized hamburgers for the large crowd at the Rlchey Mmmum grand opening and hemecoming Friday. MDU provided a gas grill hamburgers, crackers and several tie - clad cooks for the event. --Russ Wells Photo Ricn00 ;y A,ruseum dedicated The Rlchey Historical Museum was a place of much activity Oct. 5 when it was dedicated at a program held in the American Legion Hall following the Homecoming parade and Richey School Band prelude. The program opened with a welcome by Rev. Don Hun- tington and invocation by Rev. Larry Bollinger. Faith Haft- man gave the history of the Richey Historical Society followed by a trombone solo by 00gmr k We're known for our delicious [ food and congenial atmosphere. Folks come back for seconds of our hospitality. Why wait? I I I I II i1!1 I I I III The Best In ... SEAFOOD - CHICKEN - STEAKS Plus Quick Friendly Service '1 the Slim Frank Trio Nite Club SOUTH OF SIDNEY ............... i I I I I • I Kermit Johnston accompanied by Clara Soft. Catherine McCarty of Glendive, a guest speaker spoke on the "H. S. Ranch" and about her llfe on the ranch as wife of the foreman Ed Marron. This was followed by an ac- cordion solo by Vickie Vaira. Guest speaker, Mrs. Louise Cross talked on "More Than a Collection of Artifacts." She congratulated the society on reaching their goal of establishing a museum. Stating a reason for the tremendous growth in the number of museums, she ex. Evanson, president of the board of directors of the J. K. Ralston Museum and Art Center of Sidney. Evamon presented Gary with an original J. K. Ralston ad- vertlsoment painting of the Farmers Union Oil Co. which was painted in 1933. Montana Dakota Utilities Co. repremntatives were Enmaett Yodng, Dale Slotten, Sam Bcehler, Darwin France and Charlie Price, who prepared and served 700 free bite-eized hamburgers to the 383 registered guests. Hazel and Tiny Torgrimson furnished free plained that people wanted to coffee; Bob Ross donated 25 of find an anchor that tells us who his books "Muddled Mean- we are, where we came from derings in an Outhouse" which and that we belong. She also were sold at the masour stated, that perhaps in the not too distant future, our present way of life will only be found in the archives of museums. Her final remarks were "Make it a llving monument to the present and to the future as well as a salute to the past. Let it serve as a reminder that tomorrow has become today and today will soon be yesterday." Kay Jn introduced the special guests. Lucllle Canfield read one of her original poems entitled The members of the Rlchey I-Ibtorieal Society wish to thank all those who have given so generously of their time, their money and their prized possessions which have made the opening of this museum posbls. A special thanks to Barbara Babb and Melvin Schwartz of the PJchey Commercial Club, to the merchmte who dm'mtecl prlzes for the dmwing., to Donald Hoffman, Richey music instructor and the band, and to Lloyd Braatork adjutant of "The Good Old Days." Mrs. American Legion Post for the Ella Schless, guest author, told use of the hail.. of wrmns the ldstory of the Rural School Districts of Dawson Co. 1883-1972. Local Item The dedication of the museum "Salute to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Homesteaders" was given by reeeatly returned from a trip at Betty Blue Whiteman, which Mr. Lee, in the cornlumy secretary of the local sodety, of about 100 Twin City area G. She has put maeh time and E. key dealers, visited the huge effort into making thls  new O. E. major appliance a reality. She was presented acto, Appliance Park, with a corsage by John Gary, e, Ky. president of the society and The convontion was held at Fa/thHoffnmn, on hehalf of the the Ramada Inn, from which local society, a special tours were conducted to Ap recognition, as pllance Park and the latest in Other special out of town G. E. major appliances was guests attending were Manson preM to the dealers. H. Bailey Jr., of Glasgow, one Mrs. Lee visited relatives in of the directors of the Montana St. Paul while her husband was Historical Society; Charlie in e. WIsh/elds when cracked, stone bndsed, or otherwise defective are a hazard to your safety. REPLACE IT NOW HAVE YOUR COOLING SYgTID, f BEFORE WIM Sidney Radiator and Glass Shop Phone: 482-1910 After Hours: 't82-3294. 124,N. Ccatr,! 0000-2yOp 4'or95€ 3'or85€ Del Monte Pudding Cups . 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