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1213 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Oct. 17,1973 ,%T4.::b,.&apos;,:,::.<.....:;.\< .......k..;.'::......::;:;Zi...'..:..:...,.,. ..  .. ...<.'::.:..'-:::::::::.::::..:::f:::::....:::::...V..:'....::.. Fu Frol its d n ,c resu to The Sidney Saddle Club first; Ruby Barley, second; released results of their recent Patty Anderson, third, and Fun Frolic held  the club Lands Anderson, fourth'. facilities here. The following KEYHOLE , are winners in d/erent events. Under 12 -- Lisa Andemn, first; Jody Partln, second; Dee Underl2--VAnnCumy, Ann y, third, and Tim first; Usa Anderson, second, Partln, fourth. and Tun Partin, third. 13 16 Years -- Joyce 13 - 16 years -- Maureen Rambur, tint; Kevln Brun- Schultz, first; Joyce Rambur, svold, second; Maureen second; Kevin Brunsvold, Schultz, third, and Nadine third, and Nadine Partin, Pain, fourth. fourth. Adults -- Patty Anderson, Adults -- Cotken Madln, first; Colleen Mndb second, tint; Ruby ldley, second; and Gary Anderson, third. Patty Anderson, third, and FtGRACE Llnda Andem fourth. Under 12 --  Anderson, POLE BENDING first; Jodi  second; Tim Underl--JediParttn, flrst; Parian, third, and 8lacy Gab. Lisa Anderson, second, and son, fourth. Dee Ann Casey, third. 13 - 16 Yean -- Joyce Rambur, first; Maur.n Blue Birds pick officers Schults, sond, Kevln Brun- svold, third, and Nadtns Part/n, fourth. The Happy Bluebirds held Adults -- Uolleen Madison, their first meeting Sept. 17 in the Scout Cabin. We had six girls present. The girls elected the following officers: president - Denise Dowse; vice president - Teri Goldsmith; Dinner rally slated at Inn 13 - 16 Years -- Maureen. Schultz, first; Nadine PerSia, second; Kevin Brunsvold, third, and Joyce Rumbur, fourth. Adults -- Patty Anderson, first; Ruby Barley, second, and Gary AMem tJ;L RESCUE RACE Nadine Parian and Maure Schultz, first; Ladle Rued and Lisa Anderson, second; Colleen Madison and Dee Ann CaNy, third. Everyone who has won ribbons at the fun frolics and are members of Saddle Club pleaee bri your ribboua to the next meeting. At this time the points will he added and the buckles awarded. The Happy Bluebirds met in the Scout Cabin on Oct. 1, 1973. We had a new member, Jane Rothnnn. Jans will take care of our scrapbook. We made some more nut cups. Also we made our invitations and place Wycliffe Associates, the secretary - Veronica Ried- authorized Lay'Divison of mann; house mouse - Sheila Wycliffe Bible Translators is Hutton; treasurer - Jennifer sponsoring a free dinner rally Person, and wish chairman . at the Jdun Motor Inn, 223 Cathy Lewis. North Merrill St., Glendlve, We made little baskets out of Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. Dan Velie, a translator to the, styrofoam egg cartons to use OreJon Indimu d northern for nuts and candy for the Peru s/nee 1967, will be the Mother - Daughter Tea. Mrs. speaker. Ve has had a varied Dowse, our leader, read Indian ministry in translation, words from the encyclopedia !anguage analysis and the and we discussed what they :develt of a cassette tape meant. man/airy for Indians in inac- cessible Jungle areas and for those who would probably never learn to read. Reservations for the dinner should he made by Oct. 24 by calli the St Llndblom% . 1796, Jim Jirnison Excavating Water, S ewe, md Grwd Back- Hoe Work Home Phone 482-2549 Mobil Phone 482-3751 Sidney, Montana "1 dig dirt cheap" The Happy Bluebirds met in the Scout Cabin Sept. 24. We had two new members, Lorena Kordonowy and Peggy Pederson. Peggy will be our Hostees und Lorena will be the roll caller. We finished making our nut cups for the tea, President Denise Dowe called ti meeting to order. Teri Goldsm/th I/shied the candle. Cathy Lewis lead the Bluebird wish. Peggy Pederson took roll call and we answered with our favorite color. Veronica B1edmann read the minutes of the last meetin& We sang the Good-bye song. Veronica Riedmann brought suckers for treats. cards for the Mother- Daughter Tea. We had 12.37 in our Treasury. Sheila brought treats. We sang the Good-bye song. Veronica Rledmann, secretary University rep to visit school Margaret E. Perry, an ad- miss/arts officer at The Univers/ty  Ch/cago, will vls/t Sidney High School Oct. 23. Miss Perry will meet with students and counselors to discuss the University and Its policies and ' con- cerning ndmilem. The Univers/ty of ChicaSo is a private coeducatimml in. stitution consisting of four graduate divisions, seven professional schook and an undergraduate College. On campus are approximately 7,500 studts, including the gradaate and professional enrollment. There Ls a  . time faculty  1,100, Of wldch approximately one teach in the College. Elmdale-Springlake-Enid OPEN HOUSE FRANC'F S"rEPPLER Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gledowsld are the proud grandlmrsnts of a grandson born to their daughter and hnshand, Mr. and Mrs. Do, oUosk/, Spokane, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Irtgeln, Tom and LeM, returned from Great Falls last week. Joe aocompanled his brother-ln- law, Bob Rubn, to the weeto part of Montana on a huntg trip. Mr. and z00rs. victor and Michael spent ]aat weekend in Laurel vlsltlng their daughter, Mr. and Mn. Dick Brmadetter and girls. They went to attend the wedding Of their son, John, to Karen McGraw in Bl]mp. Mrs. Marie  and girls and her deughtsr, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Useelman and boys, Fairvlew; were ca]k at the AI Snedju"s last Sunday. Woman's club holds meeting Sidney Woman's Club met at the home of Mrs. Phyllis EdL%on Oct. I with Helen Frederickson and Wilds Webber as bo,mm. Mrs. Malvola Walburn, Bceompan by Mrs. wimam Smelser, sang two numbers, then led the group in sin a native Montanan's newly - published lyric "Belov'd Yellowstone" .  Of his early experience in Skiney and Crane, alor the Yellowstone. Tom Ray now lives along the American River at Sacrsrmmto, Calif. Mable Hanson and Fae Slssel presented most interesting facts ,on "CARE," and In- terrmtional Affak on Africa. Mrs.  prssentod Mrs. Betty Havormm Eyrs, drained in a handnmde African J|dava. She portrayed Africlm ie she and her husband had sam, through colored slidee, o Liberia, Morocco, and the Ivory Coast, where they lived, Sidney Wonn's Chlb Nov. meeti win be held in the HoeptUdity Room Of the Sidney Natm Bank, with bestssses, Lucy Fisher, Fae Slsuel, Mildred Thoruen and ,';< Roger.. Mr.. Harry *on and Mrs. Pms Faq;ton ,1 present the  on home life. Janet Amestoy, Miles City, vdtod her perches, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ameatoy, last weekend. Laura Strand, Btmn, and Terry Strand, Hysham, spent the weekend visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Strand. Mabel Keller, Falrview, vdtod h& soa, Mr. and Mn. Hermm Keller last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carde and family and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Iriotn attended the Irlgoin . McGraw wedding in Billings, Satrd.y. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Petrlk, St. Cloud, M., arrived to he|p her mother, Mrs. Lenora Hull, celebrate her  birthday. Mr. and Mrs. F, dward Larson relumed horue frm a trip which took them through Colorado, Texas, Loutslnna, Oklahoma, Kansm, Nebraska, New Mmdco and South Dakota. They vdtod their de.tor, Lanette, in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Larscn returned home from Flad Lake last week. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Myron, Spokane, Wash., visited their nisce, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cards and haply, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Albin of Mr. and Mrs. Gone/unestoy, Billings, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul /unestoy, last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. David Vaira, Glendlve, spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vaira. Open house will he held at the home of Mrs. Bertha Cornelia, Oct. 28, in honor of her th birthday. Club members hear selections The Sidney Mtudc Club met at the home of Beverly Peterson, Oct. 9. Laurie Haugen was a,isti hts. Several make - up numhen were given. They were: Two Norwegian songs by Amy Quilling. Phyllis Edington sang Sunrise and You. Beverly Peterson played Embraceable You and Blue Moon. Charleen Lter played Blue Boogie and Mildred  rendered two piano numbers, one in rag time, the other, a waltz. Laurie HauSen sang The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face and The Morning After. The October progrsm was on Tschalkowsky. Phyllis south Girard, were visitors Edington gave notes on the also. composer with additions by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth  Malvola Walburn. Mary Jo and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Klaena Wight presented a piano attended funeral services for number, The Witch and also Mrs. Jim Klama in Spencer, played a duet Neapolitan Nab., last week. Deface, with Roxy Reee. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Carda Vocal numbers, None But the vdted relatives in ArlLton, Lonely Heart and At The Ball, Wlnatchee, Sunnyside, were presented by Betty Iphrata, Kent and Moees Lake, Caroming and Amy QuKling, Wash., last week. Antone went Charleen Lester, accmrded deep sea flshin with his son-ln- by Carol Anderson, directed the law, Wally Knspp, while at chorus numbers. West Port. The group sang a numb Mr. and Mrs, Jonathan Beloved Yellowstone, written Klammandfamfly, Laurel, are by Tom Ray, who was a viMting hLs parents, Mr. and resident of this community Mrs. Joe Klnsna. many years ago. V.F.W. and Auxiliary Members don't forget the ROAST BEEF MEMBERSHIP DINNER Thurs., Oct. 25 7:00 p.m. ADULTS ONLY i ii i iiiiii ii iii ii i for Doris and Keith To' ! Sunday, Oct. 21 - 2-5 p.m. at their home in Fairview honertng them on their 251h Wedding Anniversary NO HU Due to gates left open, around livestock, driving winter wheat and the fire hazard, our property south of Sidney and west of Crane will be closed to hunting. Lyle Lotion Peter D. Earl Wilson Bud r   Dole Edam Kenny Kirby Sales and Service BRUTE.CYCLE Available in one and two-seaters. Accessories available Brown's Brute Y  E, Main body. ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE Movie Sched WEDNESDAY 7: 30 The Man Who COuld Talk to KIdS (4) THURSDAY 7:00 Joy In the Morning (I0) FRIDAY 7:00 Shape of Things TO Come (10, 5-13) :30 HOW AWful AbOUt Allan (4) 8:00 Walk, Don't Run (3) Corporations (S-13, 10) 9:00 City That Waits To Die (10) 11:30 The Black Cat and The Crosby CaSt (4) SATURDAY 10:30 What IS The Energy Crisis All Abot (10, 5-13) I 7:30Six MilliOn Dollar Man (4) Fire In a COOt Wor (5.13, 10) 8,00 Great Northfleld Min- nesota RaM (5.13, 3, 10) !I :30 The Proud and the Profane (31 l theqht you  rster see the morq ,ews on rids nice Motorola set from Sidney Eleetr/c. SIDNEY ELECTRIC "Where appliances are not a sideline'" SUNDAY 10.30 St, LOII VS Walllngto and OrtNl Bay vs Los Angeldt L (10, 5"13) 11:00 Pittsburgh vl New York (3) 13:00 Warrior Empress () 1:0 Said A CrOOked Ship (4) 200 Kansas City vii Cincinnati {3) 3:00 Sarape lamls 14) 8:00 M.Mtllan and Wife 10, 8, 3) LOVe Story (4) 10:30 A Kthd of LOving (4) 11:00 The Pendulum (31 MONDAY 7:00 Big Hand For the Llttl Lady (8, 10, 5-13, 3) Oakland vs Dener (11 TUESDAY 7:30 Hawklrm (5-13, 10) Go Ask Alice (4) Johnny's Radio and TV Enjoy the finest in home entertainment the inexpensive way.. by purchasing Cable TV Today! Details and Service CaW... Community TV, Inc, KUMV CHANNEL l Central Standard Time DAYTIME SCHEDULE 6:45 Rural Report 7:00 TOday ShOW 9:00 Dinah's Place 9:30 Baffle 10:00 Wizard of Odds 10:30 HollywOOd Squares 11:00 Jeopardy 11:30 Who, What, Whore 11:4.$ NBC News 12:00 Noon Report 12:30 Three on Match 1:00 Days of Our Lives 1:30 Ooctors 2:00 Another World 2:30 Peyton Place 3:00 Somerset 3:30 Afternoon Report 3:40 Be Our Guest 3:55 Exercise with Marlyce 4:00 Gtlllgan's Island 4;30 Let's Mako a Deal 5:00 Truth or Conseque.ces 5:30 News 6:00 Evening Report Wednesday 6:30 Kung FU 7:00 World Series 9:00 Love Story |0:00 Night Rlport 10:30 Tonight Show 12:00 Tomorrow " Thorsday 6:30 Kung Fu 7:00 World Series 10:00 Night Report 10:3 Tonight ShOW 12:00 TomorrOW Friday 6:30 Temperares Riling 7:00 Slmford lit son 7:30 Girl Something Extr6 0:00 Needles 8, Pins 8:30 arian Kelth 9:00 Dean Martin N ighlt Report Tonight Show Midnight Special Saturday 7:00 LldsvltM 7:30 InCh High 0:00 Addams Family 8:30 Emergency Plus Four KXGN CHANNELS- 13 Daytime Schedule 7:00 Capt. Kanroo 8:00 TOday Show 9:00 Dinah's Place 9:30 HOllywOOd Squares 10:00 Young & Restless 10:30 WhO, What, where 10:55 News 11:00 Price IS Right 11:30 AS The World Turns 12:00 Days of Our Lives 12:30 DOCtors 1:00 Another World 1:30 Mtch Game 2:00 Secret Storm 2:30 Mike Douglas 1:00 JOkers Wild ,1:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 5:00 CBS News 5:30 Local News Wednesday 6:00 World Series 9:00 Oral Roberts 10:00 Nays 10:30 Tonight ShOW Thursday 6:00 Worm t'le '. 0:00 WaHons 10:00 News 10:45 TOnight Show Friday 6:00 Bob Newhart 9:00 Butch Cassldy 9:30 Star Trek 10:00 Sigmund 10:30 Pink Panther 11:00 Jetsons 11:30 Go! 12:00 FoOflll 1:00 World Series 4:00 Bill Anderso!) 4:30 FOOibalI S:00 inimal WOrld $:30 NBC NIshfly News 16:00 L. WelkShow 7:00 World Literature Crueade 0:00 Movie 10:40 Night Report . 11:30 Worm Literature Crusade Sunday 7:00 Super Friends 8:00 ReligiOus Town Hall 8:30 Oral Roberts 9:00 Challenge of Truth 9:30 Day of DiscOVery 10:00 Yogi's Gang 10:30 Laesle's Rangerl 11:00 Faith For Today 11:30 Herald of Truth 12:00 This ls The Life 13:30 Meet the Press 1:00 Fooroall 6:00 Wild Kingdom 6:30 World of Disney 7: 30 Movie 9:00 News 10:00 Night Report 10:30 Virginian Monday 6:30 Partridge Family 7:Q ()L)ryland USA Ih00.Movle 10: Night Report 10:30 Tonight Show 12:00 TomorrOW Tuesday 6:30 Adam's Rib 7:00 Chase $ :00 Magician 9:00 Police Story 10:00 Night Report 10:30 Tonight ShOW 12:00 Tomorrow 9:30 Jeale 10:00 Everything's Archle 10:30 SoeclII 11:00 The Pllntstm 11:30 Bailey's Comets 12:00 World Series Game 3:00 Star Trek 3:30 Untamed World 4:00 LaSSie a:30 News $:00 Barnby Jones - 6:00 Lawrence Walk 7:00 Mary Tyler Moore 10:00 Sanford & Son 10:30 Perry Mason Sunday 8:00 Herald of Truth 11:30 Day of Discovery . 9:00 Treehouea Club 9:30 Face the Nation 10:00 Consultation 10:30 FOotbell 5:00 This Is The Life 5:30 Brlsn Kelth 6:00 Emergency 7:00 WQlerfuI World of Dtsn 5:00 Movie 9:30 LOtU Luck 10:00 M /S H 10:30 Chase MOhdey * 6:00 Gunsmoke 7:00 MOvie 9:00 Nldlcal Center 10:00 News 6:30 Girl With Something Extra 10:30 Tonight Show 7:00 Special 0;00 SIN:Ial 9:00 Mannlx  TV ):00 News Tonight ShOW 6:00 Maude 6:30 Carol aurmHt  Saturday  7:30 HawKlfls 7:00 SCOOby DUO 9:00 HAva|l 0:00 MY Fvorlfe ,artlin 10:00 Nlghflme New 10:30 Tonight Show KTYQ CHANNEL 10 10:30 Sl:lal Dav'tlnte khedula 1t :00 The FIIntstones 6:00 News 11:30 Bailey's Comets 7:00 Caltaln Kangaroo 12:00 Lldsvllla 11:00 T(Xv in Montana 12:30 Pink Panther 8:30 SI0,000 Pyramid 1:00 Inch High Private Eye 9:00 Gambit 1:30 Addams Family 9:30 LOVe of Life 2:00 EmeroeRcy + 4 9:$5 Midday News 2:30 Butch Csesldy 10:00 YOUng & Restless 3:00 5tar Tr#k 10:3Q Who, What, Where S:30 Untamed World 10:S5 News 4:00 LaSsie 11:00 Price Is Right 4:30 Saturday News 11:30 AS The World Turns $:00 Barnaby Jones 12:00 Days of Our Lives 6:00 Lawrence Walk 12:30 Doctors 7:00 Mary Tyler Moore 1:00 Another World 7:30 SPecie1 1:30 Match Game 8:00 MOVie 2:00 Secret Storm 10:30 Perry Mason 2:30 Mike DOuglas Show 11:30 Perspective 4:00 Jokors Wild 12:00 Weather News 4:30 Truth Or Consequence 5:00 Walhe" Cronklfe News Sunday 5:30 MTN News 7:00 Hair eear Bunch Wednesday 7:30 Amazing Chan Clan 6:00 aoftans S:00 Herald Of Truth 7:00 Cannon 0:30 Day Of Discovery Ii# Dan August 9:00 Kathryn Kuhlman Mannlx 9:30 Face The Nation 10:00 News 10:00 Consultation 10:30 Tonight Show 10:30 Football 12:30 Weather News 5:00 Laredo Thursday 6:00 Emergency 6:00 The Waltoms 7:00 All In the Family 7:00 Jockla Gleason 7:30 Mash 9:00 Indian. America 8:00 Movie 9:30 LaSso Luck 10:00 NvS 10:00 Laredo 10:30 Tonight Show I1:00 CBS News 12:00 Weather News 11:15 SKI West Friday 11:45 Weather News 6:00 HOe Haw 7:00 Special Monday 8:00 SpoCial 9:00 SIDelee 6:00 Gunsmoke 10:00 News 7:00 Movie 10:30 Tonight Show 9:00 Medical Center 12:00 Weather Nvs 10:00 MTN News Safw'day 10:30 Tonight Show 6:45 Rural Route 3 12:00 Weather News 7:00 Scooby DaD 7:$6 In The NeWS 8:00 My Favorite Martians 0:26 in The News Tuesday 0:30 Jearnle 6:00 Meade IhS4 In The News 6:30 Carol Burners 9:00 Speedy liblq)gy 7:30 Movie 9:24 II1 Tire News 9:00 Hawaii 5.0 " 9:30 Joale PuSsycats 10:00 New t0:00 Everything's Archle 10:30 Tonight Show 10:26 I The News 12:00 Weather News KUTV HANNEL 3 Friday Daime Sclmdule 6:15 Understanding our World 6:30 The Girl with Some 6:45 The Morning Scene Extra 7:00 TOday ,Show 7:00 Sanford 8, SOn 7:2 News 7:30 Brian Kelth 7:$0 TOday Sl t 8:00 Movie 8:00 TOday Show 11 10:00 Scene Tonight F:00 Dinah's Place 10:30 Tonight Show 9:30 Hollywood Squares 12:00 Midnight Special IO:00 jeopardy 10:30 Who, What or Where 10:$5 Dollars and Sense 11:00 Baffle 11:30 Three On a Match 12:00 DIyi of Our Lives 12:30 The Doctors 1:00 Another WOrld Saturday 1:30 Return to PeytOn Place :00 Lldsvtlla 2:00 Somerset 6:30 Inch High Private Eye :' Wizard of Odds 7:00 Th Addams Family 3:00 Merv Griffin 7:30 Emergency Plus 4 4:00 Jearmle 0:00 "lurch Cassldy 4:30 Hogan'a HerOeS 8:30 Stir Tf;ak S:00 The Scefle TOday 9:00 Sigmun0 $:30 NBC News 9:30 Pink Panther 4:00 The SCale TOday 10:00 The Jetsons 11:00 Let'S Travel 11:30 InquIr|r .i_dltor WednaY 12:00 Baseball 3:00 Star Trek 6:00 World Series 4:00 Animal World q;:00 Police Surgeon 4:30 Needles and Pins 9:30 Secrets of Wllderlss S:00 Nightly News 10:00 Scene Tonight S:30 Dldna 10:30 Tonight Show 6:00 Department S 12:00 Tomorrow 7:00 Em'gency 0:00 Saturday MOVie 10:20 ScerNi Tonight ThurMllY 10: Oen Martin i1:30 MOVie 6:00 World Sorles 9:00 Untamed World Sunday 9:00 Untamed world 6:30 Science In Agriculture 1:30 I Dream of Jeannle 7:30 Tha Arawer 10:00 SCefl4 Tenight 1:00 Sacred Heart t1:00 TOFflorraw KCPX ,:3o Rea,o-er RaW, CHANNEL4 $:00 Aclam's Rib Daytime Schedule 5:30 The Odd Couple 6:05 Guideposts 6:00 Lawrence Welk Show 6:10 Viewer's Digest 7:00 Partridge Family 6:35 Farm Report 7:30 Suspense Movie 6:/,5 Hotel 6elderddsh 9:00 Grlff 8:d5 Morning News 10:00 Blackwell's People 8:55 Doctor in Jouse 10:30 News 4 - Allan Moll 9:00 I Love Lucy 10:45 Weekend News 9:30 Brady Bunch 11:00 ROCk Concert 10:00 Password Sunday 10:30 Split SecOnd 7:00 Faith for TOday 11:00 All My Children 7.:.39 BullwJnkM 11:30 Let's Make a DesI |:O0 Kid Power 12:00 NeWlyWed Game 8:30 Osmonds 12:30 Girl In My Life 9:00 H. 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