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Trophy pronghorn of Sidney is season here. Rossol's trophy ;k antelope he buck had horns that measured Mteraoon -- the 14/2 inches. of antelope -- Don Mrachek Photo now: :ophn for the ceding of your A t we want to, on a feeding pro-. needs. over the schedule Montana 482-1304 COMPANY Service Service gives harvest report Montana farmers made good harvesting progress last week despite a few scattered rain showers according to the Montana Crop and Livestock Reporting Service and Ex- tension Service. Harvest of sugarheets is 50 per cent complete statswide. Beet harvest in Richland and Dawson counties Is sub. stanttally ahead of harvest in other sugarbeet ureas. Harvest of potatoes is  per cent complete. Potato yields are good in meet areas with some remarkable yields reported in Flathead County. Dry beans are 80 per cent harvested and flaxseed is 65 per cent har- vested. Alfalfa seed hat=eat is also under way in some areas. The 1974 winter wheat crop is 85 per cent planted. Emerged wheat in the far east and sooth central region is in good con- dition, the result of good soil moisture. Germination of newly seeded wheat and con- dition of seedlings in other areas have been enhanced where rain has fallen, but soil moisture is still short in many portions of these areas. YOU moms can save now Wards Signature dishwasher - HAS 1 CYCIY_,$. OUR OCTOBER TRUCK LOAD SALE IS STILL means $5000 off on a dishwasher Montgomery Ward,s ,,sen Catalog 00gency The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Oct. 17,1973 - 7B Yellowstone Area ====.=:==:::==:=:::::=:::==:=:= MRS. PETERHEINLE Jones. When his'mother started to Sidney last weck where they to them on this spociai oc- " "" "'Volley Meat Mrs. Bill Tay'lor, ac- her confirmation in Fairview, toured the Sidney Herald. casion. The event is being comparded by her sister, Mrs. her teacher was also Bey. O.L. The seventh grade elected spt,,mored by their family and Cam p a n y Sharbono and her parents, Mr. Albert Miller drove to New the following officers at the Chester Lash. and Mrs. Everett Crtm%. Tobin Town, Thursday, to. attend a East Fairview school for the Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mann and Dawn, drove to Lenten, Farmers Union Workshop. coming year: Dan Cayko, and family are expected here SPECIAl. PURCHASE S. D., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Beet harvest is about over president; David Danielson, this week from Livingston to Robert Green and family. The and we have had one of the best vice president, and Dawn visit her mother, Mr. andMrs. BEEF SALE store there that Robert is harvests weather we have ever Taylor, secretary - treasurer. Joe Mock and other relatives. employed by, is in the process had. The good tonnage and The eighth grade at the East Mr. and Mrs. Lester Davis, of building a new and much extra acres of beets have made FairvtewSchoolelectedBecky who are here from Minden Half or Whole larger store, it difficult to get unloaded at Melland, president; Arlene Mines, Mo., and houseguests at Mr. and Mrs. Buck Rogers, times, but otherwise the har- Flnsaas, vice president; Connie the Ervin Bieber home, were Sedalla, Me., visited last week vest has been a very pleasant Norby, secretary, and Jerry dinner guests on Thursday at at the home of their uncle and one. The Fairview beet dump Finsaas, treasurer, the Stewart Sundheim home. family, Mr. and Mrs. Everett stayed open for a few evenings Mr. and Mrs. Mike Diede, Mr. and Mrs. George Bieher Crum. While they were here ' but the Dare dump has never Hebron, N. D., visited over the accompanied Ervin Bieber, they also visited another uncle, stayed open in the evenings, weekend at the home of their Diane and Denis, to Billings Randall Crum, at the Bill Think most of the farmers think son and family, lVr. and Mrs. over the weekend where Ervin Taylor home and were supper they have enough with 10 to 12 Roy Died=. had business. The others guests there one evening, hours of beet work per day. Mr. and Mrs., Roy Dlede visited Mr. and Mrs. Larry I b Hens that lay eggs in trees The seventh grade, together spent a week in Mtssoula where Bleber and family. are just about as scarce as with one of their teachers, Miss Mrs. Diedeattendedaseminar Mrs. Jane Mattson, Portland, EsSING "hen's teeth" but Mr. andMrs. Jackie Northrup, went by bus for those who are connected Ore., has been visiting her PROC INCLUDED Richard Hayden noticed that Jones. This does not happen too with the work of homes for the sister, Mrs. Iver Johnson and one of their leghorn hens often thatthesamepastorean elderly. Mrs. Diode is em- other relatives here. phone 482-1 21 $ seemed to have a preformance have both parents and their played in the office of the Ladles of the Zion Lutheran After HOURS Coil for flying some 10 feet up into a children in the class in different Rlchland Homes at Sidney. Church will clean the par- tree. They got a ladder and towns. Word has been recelved of an sonage and paint in the next LeRoy 482-2666 or crawled up to where they had Last week the pupils at the open house for the 50th wedding week getting ready for the seen her and there foond a nest EastFatrviewSchoolrecelved anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. arrlval of the new paster, Rev. Dove 482-1925 of 10 white leghorn eggs in the their school pictures. Wayne Lash, who live at and Mrs. Kenneth DeFore, and crotch of a tree. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Swenson Woodburn, Ore. Both are their'leer children. Located on the Truck Rmfle, south of Sidney Mr. and Mrs. Gary Tabbert and family are expected here former residents and will Mr. and Mrs. Bob DeTjenne, and Jackle, Bllliva, visited, this weekend from Fergus remember Mrs. Lash as the Plentywood, visited her sister ...... over the weekend at the honm Falls, Minn., for a visit at the former Lundena Oison. The and family, Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Reldle home of his mother , Mrs. Gyda event will be held at Butteville, Sverre Gunderson, and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Tab- Swenson and other relatives. Ore., where there is a large Iver Johnson and her THE bert. Thoyeameesl)ectallyto Mr. andMrs. LorenReidle, hall. Many of the locai poople houseguest, Mrs. Janne GIBSQN00 visit his brother, Tim, at the Helena, are expected here this who knew thiis couple would Mattson, Portland. Memorial Hospital. week to visit his parents, Mr. like to extend congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Doog Bergen Mr. and Mrs. Matt Swart- and Mrs. Herb Reldle: and baby moved into the zenberger and Richard, Diane Faith Circle of the AJ.EW is basement apar'anent at the and Cheryl, went to Haillday, serving the coffee hour at Zion Dore services home of Sverre Gunderson. He Sunday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lutheran Church during the is working for Holly Sugar in Geue Swartzenherger. They month of October. Everyone is held Monday sy. took some things to the Gone welcome to the coffee hour Funeral services for Dennis Mr. and Mrs. Carl Helm and Swartzenberger's who lost before the morning service ])ore, 20, of Fairviewwereheld Mrs. L. Hurter attended the everything in a fire last week begins, at 2 p.m. Oct. 15 at the Trinity dinner at Arnegard on Sunday when their broiler home burn- We would llke to say a word Lutheran Church with the Rev. sponsored by the women of the ed. about the Fairview High School Arlyn Russert officiating. Lutheran Church. Several others from Fairview also Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Martin paper, "Fair Facts" which Pallbearers were Dale attended the dinner. and niece, Sue Ann Elletson, came out last "week. We Sponhelm, Jack Vaira, Tom Roger Swanson, who attends drove to Miles City on Sunday received our copy and we think Filler, Dean Oakland, Garry Eastern Montana College and to bring Mrs. Martin's mother, tt is one of the best papers the "Butch" Cayko and Steve Viii. Mrs. Ella Beyl, home from the school has put out. We have to Ushers were David IAnde and is employed part - time at St. hospital. She is much improved admit they seem to get better Darral Torgerson. Vincent's Hospital in Billings, after her hospital stay. every year. Mrs. Lebsock and Douglas Johnson sang "The spent the weekend visiting his Mrs. Custer Kelm left on the students who put out the Twenty - Third Psalm" and parents, the Norman Swart- Frlday for her home in Vietor, paper, are to be congratulated "God Love the World" ac- son's, and his sister and family, Mont., after spending a week on their fine work. compan/ed by Sharon Smelzer. the Mike Hurley's. Soon, you  will be w earing vistting her mother, Mrs.Hulda Mrs. Jane Bauman, ac- Interment was in Fairview Wes Erlckson has been StellatRlchlandHomes. companied by Mrs. Nelliescel, Cemetery with Fulkerson elected president of the Zion THE GIBSON GRIN! When Brian McNary, son of Williston, drove to Havre last Funeral Home in charge of Lutheran Luther League. Other Mr. and Mrs. Delmar MeNary, week where Mrs. Seal visited arrangements, officers are Kevin Sullivan, started to confirmation at the relatives and Mrs. Bauman Dennis James Dore was born vice president; Carol Propp, DISCOUNT CENTER ibsun's secretary- treasurer, and Vlckl Lutheran  in Butte, he visited Mrs. Ethel Ward, for- Aug. 28, 1953 in Sidney the son had as his teacher, Rev. O.L. mer local resident, of Chester and Laella Dare. He Herdt, stewardship secretary. graduated from Fairvlew High Mr. and Mrs, Mile Hunter and School in 1971 and was the Gregg Anderson are sponsors. Car/sen/ MiCke]son footballmamtgerteam.f theHe Fairvlewattended ..... Vocational Technical School in marry.,o.. ,. at .... G/asgow00 Metzger and the ushers andTrgersnFairviewHelena'the WasHolyCUrrenflyHeMt]l'sugar.farmWrkednat ep]oyedtheLamhert at Kennytheat R K RANCHES of Mr. and Mrs. Gone were Gerald Mlckelson, He was killed In an Mickeison, Rich=y, and Jerry brother of the bride, from automobile accident near McCum, son of Edith and John Richey and Dave Garrett of Fairview Oct. 11, 1973. McCum of Winston. Salem, N. Glasgow. Survivors include his C., were married on Sept. 29 at The reception was held in the parents, Chester and LueUa 7:30 p.m. at the Glasgow Air Arrora Club on the Base. The Dore; his paternal grand- Force Base Chapel with five tiered wedding cake was mother, Mrs. Ellen Dore of Chaplain Seiber officiating at cut and served by Mrs. Robert Denver, Colo.; two brothers, the double - ring ceremony. Miller of Sidney, sister . in - Larry and Timothy, at home; The bride was attired in a law of the bride, five sisters, Mrs. Dan (Karen) floor-length gown of aqua She was assisted by the bride's Rasmussen of Bozeman, chiffon over satin styled with a grandmother, Mrs. Bill Brown. Nancy, Teresa, Christy and chantilly lace bodice and long The coffee service was in Viclde, all at home. sleeves. Her elbow length veil charge of Mrs. Dick Miller of was held in place by a tier of Sidney. The punch was served flowers and she earrii a by Laurel Crockett, Glasgow. cascade bouquet of white The bride is a graduate of daisiee and white satin ribbon. Rlchey High School and is Lois Mac, as maid of honor, employedatGlasgowAirForce wore a maxi gown of deep pink Base and the groom is a chiffon with empire waistline Transportation Representative and long chfffoo sleeves ac- for Western Electric. They will cented with white trim. Her make their home in Glasgow. eaplet of white net was held with a pink flower and she a white Local Item chryanthamu DeeDee Carisen, the bride's Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mullen, daughter, also in the bridal Bob and Vicky; Mr. and Mrs. procession, was dressed in a Emll Krlngen returned Sunday embroideredPtnk formal with sprays of fromGfllette, Wyo.,wheretheytlewers. attended = Lee Klosterman The groom's attendant was Barbara Keck's wedding. Manager WHITE DRUG M. & M. Grain Co. is now in Major Departments: FULL OPERATION PHARMACY BUYING and HEALTH & BEAUTY SeLLmO CAMERA All Grains CANDY GIFTwARE AUTOMOTIVE TOBACCO GREETING CARDS HOUSEwARE owned and operated by APPLIANCE BABY DEPT. RECORDS & TAPE00 Bill Mason Fairview Mt. Quality brands are carried in each department WHITE DRUG - The Double Discounter in Sidney