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IUdm Lin. and at the were Mr. Area News SO Bonneville 3-bedrooms Fantastic 5th Wheelers FOR WINTER? Be sure of quick starts, performance with our WINTER CONDITIONIN6 SPECIAL $5 9S FALL NE.UP SPECIAL Your Shore For Cleaner Air!! Yr eqlme, tee. SPARK PLUGS POINTS coDmvsEa I VALVE Now Was Now 6 cyl. 8 cyl. 8 ql. ;27" s40 74 s36" REPLACE FUEL FILTER ADJUST CARBURETOR SE'r lIMING PARTS AND LABOR INCLUDED!  ear= ez bkr.) Good Until October 31, 1973 City Motor Co. Laroen, Holger Hofman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neisen and o Gro]e. The annual GTA Elevator meeti was held Monday at the McCabe school. Jerry Redlin of Lambe was the guest speaker. Entertainment for the evening wns provided by Otto Hans Jo Beck was eleetod delegate to the GTA conventiou in St. Paul Nov. 27 and m. First alternate was Aaron Synder and second alternate was Eugene Lateen. wund member, for pr/ze. were drawn tlzrotq0zout the craning. Cldron's prisas were wou by Jim  and Judy Kosak, they both received radioe. Other prize winners were Jolm Be. tool box, Gen Andsrm. utility pllero, Glen larwn, eleclz eeffee pet and tmnl.tuk.m by June Sonmeen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neleen ettmded a WWI moeting at the Alga Nyquist home in czrt.ou, rld.y. Severul frem the arm at- tmdsd tbe armmd Sheridan Eleetrtc  moeanS held st Medidne Lake, Saturday. Vora. Olma wen an electric =aw. Monday eallws at the Jake ThoMon's were None Vain- me d Havre, Ridmrd Lin- coin's, Odand, Calif., Mm'le 'hUn .rid Arz Dianer and supper posts at the Msrlms LyMipmrs in CulMrtmn, Sunday, wero Mr. end Mrs. Melvin Myron, spohme;  L3w=d, Jsdundlle, Fla.; Mr. and Mr=. utt Um and buys and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Thomeen. Mrs. Emma  and Mro. Jim Scott have spent the Pest couple week= st Seeley Lake, Mont. Edwin Hamen and Jhn Scott will Join them this Tuesday. A. A. Groube a,M wife were houeeguests, Tuesday and Wedneeday, at the hmne of wmie Izrws's, leering for thdr home in Souttk, Wed- nmdsy. Grmherg was a Wumzr at Elxmezer stone years ago. Wflle Larsm. Attznd the footi same at Nashua, Saturday, were Mr. and Mro. Eulpme Larmm and Mr. and Mrs. LeP, oy Larsen and DeArer. Mortha Circle of Ebonezer was hem Tumidsy at the home of Mm'prot Salvevold. Lands Rasmussen lead the Bible Stndy. Chr/stine Jemm was in dm-se of tha proram, socl re'v/ass, In whlc all memlm's participated. The annual ]humar has bees set for Nov. 9. Lads, Lassies select officers Breezy Flats Lids and Llmdm 4-H Club had tbetr enrdhnt meet Oct. 1. Five new people showed an interest in Joining our club; fo, r heve Jdmd. They an Traoey and Tan, TsnOm, Bruoe Wultsrs, and Carol Ms, wmtsn. In eleetiou of offlcers me club chose Carla Madmen as lZ'dsnt; Ham ldnrich as vice  wmm H, dnrtch treasurer, Mltsle Ler as Done Mastvelten as Tbe dub Is planni a hay ride somethne in the mxt two weekz The wm and horses will be furnldml by Veroon Belmqch. Lanch wu hrmhed by the Elver Madsen family. Remember,  you want to z tha Brassy llaW/-H Club be at 1968 Chevrolet Impala 2-door hardtop, 327 V-8, power steering, automatic transm assign SPECIAL THIS WEEK - ONLY - *47500 Larson Motor Co. 482-1810 Ma,n Sidney, Mont. Successful hunter te  of smey u  eammd nt pietared with. a buek ckee. WlllMmsms get the lose prousm he .ot Suday in b, S   of Richlud Couty east of rite opouJbq day. Culbertson. Horns on the --Dos MrbekPhoto " i ]Local News Item. j Nancy Petor,m. dsushtzr of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Petermn, Is in Part,. Franee.'Irving and workin in a Frmch Izoue and attending e school at the Catholic lmtitute. Nancy loft In June with a tour group and vlMted e/ht court. .tries. e spent six weeks in Bisrrfl=, France bofore going to Psm in . S, mm PeteNou will fly to Paris in Novemher to vIMt bet sistor. Susan is with Allied Chemical in Morristown, N. J. Nancy will vbdt family in Denmark during the Chrlslzm bulldays and return hems Mter the first of the year. Recent vidtor= of Mrs. Elsie Spem" have bee, her =on and dsh, i, be, and Mr Gordon Stub,  Idaho. Mr,. Mar moe Behbein, Mrs. Avis Petorsm and Mrs. Betty Cm'ey attended the state nurses' convention held in Butte last week. Mile. Ann. Made Vhd, Paris, France, arrived here Monday and is a houeepest of the Lyle Petersou's. Mlle. Vidsl Is a lepl eecrotary In Park and wail visit Eastern Moutana, Denver, Bostm and New York. Mrs. Julia Nishonke is home after vt Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mayo, Cavalier, N. D. Mrs, Francis Jones en- tertained members of her brldse dub last Sat,rday. High scores were Mrs. Kenneth Howell and Mrs. W. T. Merrill Mrs. Grace Wilkinson The Sidney school lunch monu for Oct. 23. Oct. 2S, Is as follows: Monday, Oct. 22 -- No school. Teday, Oct. 23 -- burger Stropnoff with macm'o, cole slaw, buttered buns, fruit and milk. Wednesday, Oct. 24 -- petards and ham, bettered peas, butiered btms, bread Oudd and ndlk. Thursday, Oct. 2 -- Corn do@, green beans, obaff banana, cirmamon roll and milk. Friday, Oct. M--Groined beef soup, peanut butter sandwich, Jello with h'ult, brown/e and milk. returned from Ottomwa, Iowa, where she visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs. George simpson. Mlle. Ann Marie Vldul of Paris spent rday at the James Baste ranch at Savage this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jobu Okou, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fulkerson, Mr. and Mrs Lore Sex, Mr. and Mrs. William Smeis and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Danieis hosted a potluck supper and }usewannL at the Clarence home last week. M. X. Beae is vItlng relatives in,vortland, Ore. Mr. and Mrs Joe adam have recently moved from Sidney to make their home in Texas. Mrs. 5hwperite Sawyer and Marie Sdzmltz have returned frem viMtin in Great Falls. Democrat women set fall auction lUehland County Demoerat Women's Club will meet at 7:0 p.m. Oct. 23 at the Wayne Nevlm home In Lambert. All members are asked to brln& or send, articles for the Fall Auct/ou to be held that evec. l ii I I "Where service comes first." '?ZBedle ............ m r.,,n, Maneo, Air Fury III, Maroon, hirdtop  Beclse'. .......... m Green Coronet '71 Amtmeader ..... mN 4-door, Blue -noN ......... m Full Power, Beige "namer m e.** .e= Grey end White Vinyl top, Air, Low mllele Wigan, Miroofl ' Ford ............. $1/N Gelexie, Green m Bede ........ me 4.door Polite, White with Green Vinyl l cs ....... m Wigan, Power, Air, White 'mOlds ............. $1N0 Cutlets, 4 dr., Blue  Che Velpl ....... Yellow Phone 482-23 t 2 220 East Main Street New ID's help meat consumers and the Unitzd States are rert as tMm; ham)y with tbe new standsrdised meat Identlflcatlon labellng progrmn. Dan Price of Sidney, pres/dont of the Montana Bee Council, zayz, "The --beu.g .- be ..,Re beof experts out of ." Prig  tt tbe new standardized labeling was eoordin=ted by the Haml Llwstock Meat Board. He says nmm= for em d bed, pork and. lamb have beau reduced b I000 to about M0 and  namm Imve been rqm.d by omm with rmd nmud to shoSqx" Tbe S/dney Herald, sidney, MOUL, Wed., Oct. 17,1973. llB Boys listed on honor roll The mun of Sidney Jun/or High School boys llstod ou the first six - weeks henor roll were relemmd this week. Tbe honer studsnta for the period ending Oct. 5 are as follovm: Ninth Grade Boys- MarSh Barley, 11; James Duhn, L; Chris I)na, 9%; Brent DeVriee, Y,; K/rk Dip, llt; Robin Fritz, 10; Scott Greenwood, 1O; ]P,iney l'Iallen, 11t; Dana Elartie, llPA; Jou Houdrtdumn, 11;  Her. bert, 1/.; Sammy Jeeidr& iP/4; Jam Jemm, tY.; Johnson, 12t; Scott Jobuso 11; Ron Keysor lOt; Sherwood Larm 14; Demes Marker, 11; Edward McIntoeh, 10/4; Hubert Muller, 111/4; George Murray, lOYe; Zane Pmmuk, 1.; Kenneth Redm et; Tan, Roth, ,: TUnot R.dn/ 9V.; Km.ou Schmitt, 9'/,; Brot Smelr, 11,; Mark Thirnd, 13,; Jam  l/e; Torgerson, 13,. Et Grade Boys -- Miehnel Finsaas, Oakand wedding date set Mr. andMrs. LloydFb,u= armounoe abe mm-rtage of their daughter, Janlce to Dean Oakland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oakland, Oct. 27 st 7 p.m. in the ChrtMtan and MisMmary dlisnoe Chor sidney. All friend and relatives are invited to attend. No local in- vitatioas are beln8 sent. A reception will follow  the ceremony. I-Imlmm, 10; Jeff Kelly, 9; Mark Lewis, 11%; Ted Lind- berg, 14,; Paul Morasko, 11; Jay Nesper, 9%; Andrew Olsou, 14; David Petteen, 11; Natbuniel Redlln, 15; Richard Scbeetz, 9,; Scott Staffanson, ; Victor Verhaaselt, 9%; Bobby Voas, 11. Seventh Grade Boys -- Mitchell Aslxk, lit; Jim Cummlng, 9t; Guy Dennis, - [ THE GI GRI 12; Fred Ellis, 13; Steven Helt, 9/,; Bryan Johnson, 10; Eric Johnson, 9sA; Donald Keysor, 9/; Peter McKnight, 11%; Kendall Neff, 11; Jeffrey Nesper, 12t; Todd NorUn, 12; Tom O'Sullivan, II; Ronald Peterson, I0; Tim Qualley, 10; Don Ru.ffat, 12%; Ron Sanders, 11/; Timothy Thogersen, 13/; Perry Wflams, 13t. I I Soon, you  will be wearing THE GIBSONGRIN! el DISCOUNT CENTER Ibson's I Sidney Auto Dealers will be closed oil day Sat.- Sun. - Man. THOGERSEN MOTORS LARSON MOTORS GEM CITY ACTION AUTO HAUGEN AUTO in honor of Veteran's Day I I [ I Omeg& Howyour first car can bean Olclm0000l00 PRICED TO SELL We have two 1973 Plymouth Satellite Customs These are factory lease units with extended warranty Come In And Test Drive These Cars II I I I II I From THOGERSEN MOTORS 703 - S. Central Ave. I I