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.in KUh;N-Dean Sat Oct 2 0 OSE CLUB s,.oe, WEDD G DANCE ........ "' " Music by Pete Houck anniversary Jaeque Best, right, Cake to Al Wlvhoim, GleNUve la honor of the Glendive chapter's S0th anniversary. Also pictured is Fred Sctelmm, D/vlsion S Heutenant governor from Glendlve. The club held a banquet Saturday night in honor of the event. Sidney provided the entertainment. -- Ranger. Roview Photo mbert Area News Girard Far. was Redlin om., Smy of  Dobson, John Reddlng, were the guest is saddened Dare and tohls wnl/ams and from for their attar a week at the Rehbetn. of the the GTA in Sidney, lbers of the the 28th wedding anniversary celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prevost at the Moose in Sidney, Saturday. Gerald Willis, Mrs. Emil Dlede and Harold FLnk at- tended the Montana Schoolboard Association Convention in Helena last week. The Catholic Church parish council met in the rectory Wednesday with two representatives from Ricbey and two representatives Savage. Kenny Backes spent several days of last week in the Sidney Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kapp Thornton, Havre, and Mrs. Minnie Thornton, Sidney, were Sunday dinner guests of the Kenneth Thornton's. Representative Bob Prevost, member of the Scenic Rivers Committee, attended a public hearing in Livingston, Friday. Ulrlc Prevost also attended. Oct. 21, alter St. Theresa's Catholic Church I0 a.m. Mass, there will be an important meeting concerning the Lambert Catholic Cemetery. They would like anyone in the surronnding area with family buried there, to attend this meeting. Jane Ann Rittal, who was a missionary nurse in New Guinea, spoke at the Sunday worship service in the First Lutheran Mrs. Wright of Mall, West Africa, will be the speaker at the CMA Church in Lambert for their convention which starts Sunday, Oct. 21, through Oct. 24 with the exception of Monday evening when there will be a Veteran's rally at the Glendlve DMA Church with missionary Cartwright Area News Thursday. Faith Circle bad charge of the program and Hope Circle served lunch. Mrs. Croy is secretary of education and Mrs. Leens is the treasurer, i Mrs. Frank Leens left a week ago Friday with Mrs. Larch Norby of Fairvlew for St. Paul, to bring the household goods to their daughter and son-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morgan, who have recently moved from Minot to St. Paul. Mrs. Leens went on to Beimond, Iowa, by bus to bring back her brother-in-law, Julius Leens. He bad visited his sister, Marie Hurmt, and nieces and families. Mrs. Leeas and Julius returned via bus to St. Paul and then by train to Williston and were met by her niece and daughter, Mrs. Orville Herman and Page and her sister, Minnie Patterson. Mrs, Norby returned home, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Herman and Page and Minnie Pat,. tersm), Falrview, bad dinner with Frank I.ens at Cart,. wright a week ago Sunday when Mrs. Leens was in Iowa. The ladies prepared the dinner. Mrs. Alfred Gullikson and Mrs. Frank Lnssey attended the safety meeting on (L, qving and alcohoUm-n in Williston recently. They represented Sunshine Homemakers Club. Mr. and Mrs. William Moxness of Bergen, N. D., and Irene Soiled of Velva, N. D., recently visited at the Tom Oakland home. The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bailey of Minneapolis recently visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. Milton Olson and family and also visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson and were dinner and supper there a week ago, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Martin of Minneapolis visited recently at Cc.vBelles will give scholarship The Montana CowBelles are offering a 1300 scholarship to a Montana girl. Mrs. Kormtt Anderson of Melville, CowBelle president, says, "the award will be made to a Montana gill attending a Montana Inst/tut/on of h/gher education and majoring in home economics or a field allied with agriculture." Mrs. Anderson advises in- MRS. FRANK LEENS Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Johnson returned from Louisville, Ky., Thursday where they attended the general convention of the Episcopal Church. Mrs. Johnson was a delegate from the diocese of North Dakota to the women's trien- nial meeting. While there they visited their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Johnson, and en route home, visited Mr. and Mrs. Renwood Erickson, Jodi and Janet Johnson in Min- neapolis. In Fargo they visited Vernon Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mercier and were luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russ Danieison. They were guests of Gov. and Mrs. Arthur Link on Wednesday. In Louisville they toured Christ Church Cathedral which was built in 1824. They were gone two weeks. Ten families of Sioux local Farmers Union met at the Anton Klose home Saturday where they discussed a land and water resource reported by William Lassey, Change in area postal service by Frank Lassey, Farmers Union marketing service by Jerry Lassoy and the reapportion constitutional amendment by William Dobias. In the election of officers, Vernon Klose was elected president; Jerry Lassey vice president, and Judy Lassey, secretary and treasurer. It was announced that Bob Sanders, research director oJ. North Dakota Farmers Union, will be the speaker at the county Farmers Union convention in Waiford City, Nov. 17. St. Michael's Episcopal. Church Women met Wed- nesday at the home of Mrs. Royle Koch in Sidney. Mrs. Lewis Coffin of Williston and Mrs. Patricia Wall of Lincoln, Neb., were guests. Mrs. Richard Croy gave opening devotions. Mrs. Frank Lassey and Mrs. William Lassey reported on the church con- vention they attended at Oaken, N. D., recently. Mrs. Patricia Wall reported on the counseling for women who need help. Each member was presented with a wooden cross to be worn as a necklace. Church services will be held in the afternoon Oct. 21 with potluck supper to follow. On emphasis. The meetings start Oct. 28 the church people are I' gl eo'IL'c-- at7p.m. Sunday and Tuesday. invited to attend services at St. terested giris to ask their Dean Wednesday they close with a Peter's in Williston at 2 a.m. of Women Students or the head banquet at 6:30 p.m. Everyone' and a dinner. Mrs. Coffin in- of the Home Economics is welcome to attend, vtted the group to hold the Department for applications. November meeting at her home These award blanks have also been sent to all Junior land fill will be inWilllston, Nov. 7. colleges to rench any girlwho After closing devotions, Mrs.  ,,,u, ,,,,,  Koch and her granddaughter, may decide to transfer in her Mrs. Ted anging hours News  GOSs, served lunch, junior year to the Home Albert Miller of Fairview, Economics Department of The Sidney Senior Citizens Mr. and Mrs. William Doblas either University or to the met Oct. 11 at 2 p.m. at the 9 Oct 23 Moose Hail. Thirty- e/ght and Mrs. Frank Lassey met Collegeof Agriculture, thereby i • people signed the register. Thursday at Four Bears in New becoming eligible for the Eleven tables of whist were Town with McKenzie and scholarship. • ,k ill b ,,. Alice Hackley bad the Mountrail County Farmers "The Montana CowBelle w e open score for ladies and Leo Union officials discussing Scholarship is a memorial current issues, scholarship," says MrS. An- Hackley was high for men. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Croy derson. "We are pleased to be 6 p able to offer this award for the Anna Pisser drew the door and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred a.m. to .m. prize, year" Gulllkson visited the Bill 12th . the Art Pauison Sr. home. Carl is a brotber of Mrs. Paulson. While here they and the Paulson's drove to Regina, Canada, where they visited cousins. Mrs. Ella Bayl of Falrview, mother of Mrs. Perry Elletson Jr., spent 10 days in a Miles City hospital and returned honm Sunday. Her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Martin, went and got her. Mrs. Adeline Stordahl, Fairview; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Ardenn Skogen and clren visited at the Arnold Skogen home on Sunday to honor Arnold on his th blrtlxtty. In the ever, callers were Mrs. Andrlna The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Oct. 17,1973- 9B irl i , i i Bill Rehbein Lambert, Mont. Absolutely No Hunting Without Written Permission i i i i i i i i Gunderson and Gilbert Gun- derson of Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Skngen and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Iszley. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Elletson, Fairview, visited at rite Milton Olson home, Monday, and vtsitl Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bailey, Minneapolis. Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. Elletoon grew up in this vicinity. Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson took Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bailey to Visit Mrs. Emma Derudder in Sidney. The Bailey's loft Thursday for their home in Minmmpolb. Mr. and Mrs. Kemmffi G0m, Mrs. Royle Koch, Mrs. Eva Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gou and chlldren, Sidney, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gulllckson and family spent Sundy at the Alfred Gulmmon home to help them observe tlmir th wed- ding anniversary. They were also supper guests there. Mrs. Art Pauisen Sr. and Mrs. Art Pauison Jr. were coffee guests at Gullickson's. The annual GTA meeting was held Friday at the Cartwrlght Hall. Will/am Lasaey called the meeting to order after the showing of slides by GTA Superintendent Orville Berne. George Thorgramson, local manager gave a few renmrks. Vernon Klow reported on d GTA annual meeting in St. PauL Prizes were pilings to Ray Skorpll, tool box to Helen Lauey, electric coffee pot to Lilllan Doblas. Delegate to the ammal convention Nov. 27 and 28 is David Lmmey. LAmch was served by Sioux Farmers Union local. Fifty people attended the meeth. N Tramisol ® levamisole phosphate INJECTABLE SOLUTION  IN STOCK NOW It's the new way to deworm cattle with the most effective wormer available today. Dose: 2 cc. per cwt. Just pull the trigger and the job is done. Takes the guesswork out of worming.  PEAVEY COMPANY Producer Service Sidney, Mont. 482-1 304 II I [ III ii ii THE GIBSON GRI Soon, you  will be wearing THE GIBSON GRIN! O DISCOUNT CENTER ibson's I I I iiii I I II IIII I I I I No Hunting or Trespassing LONE TREE RANCH, Sidney C.F. JENSEN, resident Veebaray Co., Enid KENNY KUTZLER, resident I I III II II I Jl II I I II Serving for the afternoon Doblas home Wednesday on " e, m -- = s. J, were Mr. and Mrs. Allan -, , , , , ,,,,, ,, ,i , ,,, ,,,, , ,, , ounaaysanano.aays DarnallandRuthBock. their 36th wedding an-[ QU|LL|NG S MARKET I All senior citizens are nlversary. They brought ice I welcome to attend a pancake cream and cake and surprised i-I IZ'I;)("D and sammge lancheon Oct. lSat them. Mr. and Mrs. William , ,. tVt'--,X.,L-tX neon at tbe Moose Hall. A large Doblas" bad gone out for supper D i - birthday cake will be served at earlier in the evening. [ • MEATS -- GROCERIES - SUNDRIFq J rector 4p.m.for those bavlng October Mrs. Frank Leens attended mimmmmonmmm birthdays, the Past Noble grand club at ] Free Delivery Twice Daily SiX BLOCKS EAST OF LALONDE HOTEL Phone 482-3410or 482-3411 I _.__._.___. ore00oe ,, J I Herrlot Saturday. She ac- [ $ Top Value companid otr dies from T. 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