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, ,,i  Recipe colector F. M/keleou of Sidney is pictured she has from the Sidney Herald. Mrs. ! i'/iil  M/keison has been collecting recipes from the Herald's weekly "Cook of the Week" feature since it was started in 19M. She was the first cook of the week in December 196 and will be featured again next week. -- Don Mrachek Photo Area News HUNDTOFT Wick and Mrs. returned Newton, Fan. visited Mrs. Trotters Area News BLANCHE RINDAHL Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Sperry, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Nellermce and Minnie Oleon attended the Harvest Festival dinner at the Evangelical Church in Beach, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Metcalf left Thursday ou a sightseeing trip in Moutarm and points west. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rindabl are again grmzlparmts. They have a new grand,n, James Erie, born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rindahl, rural Sidney. He arrived Thursday, Oct. 4. The new granddaughter in Ger- many has been named Nicele Shannon and made her ap- pearence Sept. 22. SeVeral from this area took in the wedding dance at the Moose News home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Banta JesUn Sunday for a steak in honor of Corinne Hundtoft's dinner. In the afternoon they birthday, attended the Flea Market in Mr. and Mrs. Harold Willistou and visited at the Cbristensen were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ' Remember the harvest home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cludstensen's daughter, Mr. Bruggeman and the colors and Friday. Kenny Trlgg stayed at festival chicken dinner, Sun- and Mrs. Kenneth Moen, The annual Bluebird Fly-up ceremony for the Sidney Camp Fire organtzatlen was held Oct. 8. This is a special event when girls who were Bluebirds last year in the flflrd grade are eLthle to be Camp Fire glrle. Fourteen Bluebird girls flew up. They are Cheryl Kulm, Anita Schnddt, Diane Weidner, Cynthia Anderson, Candy Bonth, Lynette Child, Bonnie Cumming, Nancy Mouthye, Marilyn Beck, Rosemary Olvera, Kelly Lowry, Rhonda Dombresky, SallyJo Yineman and Susan Kleven.- Mrs. Margaret Bruggeman was fly - up chairman and presented the program. She introduced Mrs. Eunice San- ford, council president, who gave the welcome. The call to colors was played by JoAnn Hall, SaturOay, honoring Mr. and Mrs. David Hatter. Jerry Gasho and Tom Tescher took first and each won a buckle, Saturday, in Dickinson, N. D., at the team rope. It was Loule Pelessier Day and many from this area attended. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Tibor, rural Hebron, N. D., visited on Sunday at the Andy Tihor home. Mr. and Mrs. louis Muller, Billings, spent the weekend with Mrs. Tasker and Jack. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tasker were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Tasker and at Wendell Tnsker's in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Teschor and Emmy took in the horse sale in Dickinson, N. D, Tuesday. Friday, several ladies met at Mrs. Wallace Hall's home in Sidney 'for coffee and get together honoring Mrs. Francis Boyce on her birthday. Jerry Gnsho and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene attending the roping in Raker, Sunday. Eugene and his partner, Glenn Hutchinson, took first and Jerry and Eugene taok second. LeRoy Knote and Dick Dilly, Billings, were Saturday dinner guests at Michoall Schieffer's. Mrs. Wallace Hall went with a group of ladies to Regina, Sask., Canada to hear speaker, Rex Humbult, speak on Friday. Mrs. Ted Rindabl ac- companted Mrs. Jim Minnow, Mrs. Ernest Leland, Mrs. Tim Madison, Mrs. Hienie Madison and Mrs. Ray Maclk to Miles City, Tuesday, to attend the convention. Mr. and Mrs. Kelth Johnson and family, Epping, N. D., visited on Thursday at Kenny Rtndnhl's. Allen Gashe, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Sperry went to Billings, Thursday, and were overnight guests, Thursday, of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bonine, Hysham. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Trigg went to Rozet, Wy0., Wednesday, to visit Mrs. Trigg's mother, Mrs. Mae Fox. They returned on went down Wednesday by bus from Miles City and was an overnight guest of her parents, the Gfl Elwien's. She returned home with Clarence and Betty. A school meeting for Pearl Township was hold at Dick Mosser's, Friday. Dormie Boyce was home for the weekend at Francis Boyce's and Richard Moore visited there on Saturday. A surprise birthday party was held for the teacher of the Plainview School, Anita Valech, Friday, by the mothers. Jerry and Harlan Gala and Rusty Folkvord took in the team roping at Savage, Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Gold- sherry spent the weekend in Williston with Mrs. Gold- sberry's sister, Mary Mark- wardt. Jay Thomas, Jerry and LaRae, rural Eloping, N. D., were Sunday guests of the Kenny Rindalfl's. They are Mrs. Rindabl's father, brother and sister and also called at the Ted Rindabl's en route home. Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Hank Goldsberry, Rou and Jerry, and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Goldsberry were to Dickinson, N.D. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cbristianson, Kiestor, Minn., were Friday guests at Kyle Sperry's. They were Saturday overnight guests at Buddy Sperry's. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Guderian and Mr, and Mrs. AI Stensland, Hibbing, Minn., spent the weekend at Ronnle Holar's. Mrs. Guderian is Ronnie's sister. Grace Williams, Bismarck, N. D.; Mrs. Arlo Adams and a friend of Glendive visited Sunday at the BOb Stevens home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rlndahl and children, Ted Rindabl and Dabble were Saturday supper guests at the Kenneth Rlndahi home, rural Sidney. Mrs. Dennis Wick o 4m.m., PledguofAllegtanoewnsledby TedRindab]'swhtlehlsparents day, Oct. 21, at the Trottor's Parents of a new r = 9-0 Williston. Junior high Discovery Club Visitors at the home of Mr. Snlt.Jeann e Sweley and Kathy were away. Church. Serving to start at 1 med Joe Dennis. I /, DECAI Wednesday, wereMr, andMrs. l"dea wns sung with Mrs. went to Bismarck, N. D., the guest speaker at 2:30 Wick's and and Mrs. Harold Cbristonsen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith p.m. Rev. Robert Strutz will be attended a Ray Petersen, Kalbpell, and Betty Cummlng as ac- party at Sioux eWS Mr. and Mrs. MarUn Larson, compardst and also for the Spokane, Wash. They were processional and recessional as here to attend the funeral of their brother, Chris Larson. Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sofns Petersen were Mr. and Mrs. John Hundtoft, Yachats, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hundtoft would like to invite friends and relatives to an open house at their home, Sunday, Oct. 21 in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Hundtoft 1 - 5 p.m. Mrs. Edith Larsen visited her son, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Larsen and family in Port Angeles, Wash., last week. Mrs. Larsen ako vts/ted friends in Seattle, Tacoma and Olymp, w Local Item Mrs. Val Brlx, Havre, for- merly of Sidney, daugh- of the late Mrs. Pete Tanglen, Crane, 57, died at her home, Oct. 16. fifth and sixth grade fork sang the Camp Fire Law. Carol Pfau gave the invocation and the candle I/ghting was by Nicele Tihbta, Coleen McGinnb and Jean Bruggaman. Mrs. Helen Fredericksou and Mrs. Sanford were presented with farewell gifts for over 10 years of service in the Sidney Camp Fire organization. Both are reth'tng at the end of this year and have served in many capacities. Mrs. Sanford organized the program in Sidney in 1963, and Mrs. Fredertckson has been a very falth leader. Please contact your daughter's group leader, or Mrs. A. R. Sanford for af- ffllatiou in the Sidney Council. The eandle  was performed by DeeDee Paladichuk, Linda Eggebraaten and Sandra Wagner. and the col&s retired. Jim Hundtoft rand Mr. and Mrs. Mlesoula, were guests at the night. Tami Mitch Nelson The Sidney Senior High second birthday School DECA Club concluded their magazine and newspaper sales with a totsl of 800. Top salesman was Brent Steffens, selling 01.S$. The Sidney  Club would like to extend a great big thank you to the citizens of Sidney who helped support the club by tS, I to 5 p. buying subscriptions. The money will help send the defending state champions on Undor 12 their club trips. Pare Radke, historian For Christmas tih's ECut Pork Chops.... .Center Cuts..... . 99 = $449 Ground Beef ,=,,. Chuck Steak....... . 85" The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Oct. 17,1973.5B "SILVER WEDDING OPEN HOUSE Mr. ond Mrs. Edwin Dschook St. Catherine's Catholic Church Basement 7 p.m.- Friday, Oct. 19 All Friends and Relatives invited LOOK for VALUE NOT JUST PRICE Price does not mean value. It's only a value when the prtce is backed by quality, service and a guarantee. Seiberling tires are of the h!ghest quality and are backed by a nationwideguamntee. We'll give you the service to back this quality and a price that's more than competitive. When you buy tires check for value--not just price. PEAVEY COMPANY Producer Service Sidney, Montana 482-130 ii i I THE GI GRI Soon, you  will be wearing THE GIBSON GRIN! ! i  MERRY C t,]RIS IAS 1 0% OFF On All Photo Christmas Cards lered Before Nov. I PHOTOGRAPHY IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS 00'rier's Studio Sidne Farming & Business Profits Can Continue to Grow In A Richland National Bank Savings Program Richland National Bank now pays the maximum legal rate on the following programs: Statement Savings.......... 5% Swiss Steak......... 99* 90-day C D 5 Pork Roast....... r,,. 79= " " " " " " _..,_....o=o PorkSteak....... u89 = 6% 1-year CD Shoed Bacon.......  Sl " " " " " " " " Marcy * Connod ,am,..... S00*6 4 200-year CD . . . 6 % Frozen Whole Fryers .... .. . 49 * T-Bone Steaks...... =. *1" Sirloin Steaks....... . Sl s, U. ft. No. 1 Gekl IUpe Bananas....... 7 . '1 U. S. No. I Pmd Celery....... 2e M.49 = U. S. No. I Ffame Red Tokay Grapes..... 3 .. '1 oo RUSSELL'S SUPER LITTLE MARKET i , CD refers to certificate of deposit -- Federal Regulatiotw (which apply to all hanks) provide for a penalty for early withdrawals. Where a tlme depesR (Certificate), or any partion therec, is paid before maturity, the bank shall pay interest on the amount withdrawn at a rete not to exceed that ourrently prescribed for a savings deposit (5 per cent); also, that the dopOs/tor shall forfeit three months of interest payable at such rate. WE WILL BE MONDAY IN OBSERVANCE OF VETERAN'S DAY SIDNEY. MONTAI