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owstone Area News JCPenney OP[ N EVERY Wednesday Night Until 8:30 F-OI{ Y()I.JR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE HEINLE Romlie Daniel- of honor at a party given at h'iends and rela- They were glft. Lunch supper was at the East Fair- at the home Swenson on a quilting bee. made for Luth- the women o MII spend several quilts togeth- November clothing Rcgney visited with Mrs, Johnson was an Herb Erhen- Wis., and their via- last week at the and Mrs. Gerry drove truck for Heinie last we nt to Butte army physi- Mrs. Adam Wentz has been helping out at the hnme of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buxbanm, Sidney, during beet harvest earing for her grand- son, John. Adam Wentz is also driving truck for the Larry Buxbmuns. Mrs. George Luldns, McClos- 1, N. D., visited a couple o( days tiffs week with her cousin and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. DaleReidle and children, Sidney, were Sunday dinner guests at the hnme c(hLs parents, the Herb Reidles. Everett Crum St. is apatient at the Memorial Hospitalin.qld- nay. Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Dorth, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Entzel, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Penner, Hazen, N. D., were visitors for a coat- pie o( days thts week at the home o Mr. and Mrs. Joe Muck. The guests were en route toCalifor- nta. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mann and Marie, Livingston, visited with relatives here this week. Mrs. L. Stepan Sr. hadacof- fee party one day tlflspastweek for Mrs. John Helmet who was here from Helena visiting her mother and brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stepan. Mrs. Liliian Hutter had as Show Set Show, held in the 'at Willt =ton, N. D., 29, will begin with ;Wheat Oct. 28. pep- at 10 a.m., with scientist at the Soil and Water Sidney, who "Man- Fertilizer for director of the eat Plains Re- at Mandan, N. D.,  "Management of Alkali Soils," at awards banquet beginning at 6:15 p.m. Tickets for the ban- quet are available at theWillis- ton Chamber of Commerce, free of charge, but a ticket is neces- sary for admtttaoce. The Queen Cornation, pre- sentation of the Wheat Achieve- ment Award, presentation of awards to the 1971 Wheat Show winners and the awarding of 20 bushels of seed wheat or $50 in cash and five transistor ra- dins will occur after tim meal. Featured banquet speaker, Dr. Franklin D. Grady, presi- dent of Jamestown College, is scheduled to speak at 8:30 p.m. registering and in morning se s- eligible for given away. lunch will cost $1 I Sibbitt, in the N. D., will Quality = Its and Meaning." Howard Wtl- agronomist , Po, wifi ;eak Control- the New Weed Control v activities alsoin- s Luther- at 1:30 show. Ann Mhyra, econorrd st, SPeak on "Artist 1 COnclude with an Cowbelles Note 'College Money' The Montana CowBelles are offering a$300 scholarship tea Montana girl attending a Mon- tana institution cf higher learn- ing. Mrs. Lee Hubing ot Terry, Mont., CowBelle president, an- nounces that award blms have ., been sum to the mdversifies, colleges  junior colleges. Any girl majoring inHome Eco- nomics or a field alltedwith ag- riculture, and who isinterested In the scholarship, should con- tact the dean c( women students or head of the Home Economics Departnmnt. Mrs. Hubing advises that the CowBelle scholarship is a me- morial scholarship and is open for donations from an,yonewish- ing to contribute in menmry of friends or family. NO HUNTING or Trespassing on any of my land Without permission Frank Gladowski (40.3tc) her diver guests, Sunday, Mrs. H. Flsser, Sidney; Mrs. L. Sai- ler, Sidney, and Mrs. JaneBau- man. Mrs. Nick Cayko entertained at supper, Friday, the members of their beetcrew, Mr. andMrs. Chuck HardY and Butch, and Nlckie Cayko at a turkey sup- per honoring Nick on h[s birth- day. Joe Mien is hauling beets for Andy Cayko. Mrs. Art Weber and Pam were evening visitors one day rids week at the home of MJ and Mrs. Ernte Cotter Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Cotter Jr. entertained relatives, Fri- day, honoring their daughter, Margacet, on her 12thhirthday. Niclde Cayko, Pat Flynn and Gary Sediacek are among the bys home from Helena where they attend college. School had been dismissed this week for hunting and for the teachers convention. Mr. and Mrs. Amie Croteau, Milk River, Sask., Canada, were recent houseguests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F]ynn Jr. They also visited the John HardY and Benoit HardY fami- lies while here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gardner and family visited Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ron- nie Gross. Mrs. Herb Flynn has been helping out at the John Baurnan home during the beet harvest. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Norby and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dschask enjc0red supper out on Sunday honoring the Dschaaks on their 23rd wedding anniver- sary. Later in the evening they visited Mrs. Norby's father, Henry Kittleson, at his apart- merit. The Dscheaks received a phone call from their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson, Seattle, wishing them a happy anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. FAwin Dschaak visited Sunday at the home oJ his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Del- mar Dschaak in Sidney. Mrs. Bruce Seeder has been driving beet truck for Lonnie Hurley. Bruce is empled at theHolly Sugar Facto in Sid- rtey. Mike andRormie Hurley went to Bttford, Sunday, to visit the Pat and Dennis Hurley& Mr. and Mrs. Cyp Fournier visited, Saturday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman John- sell, Peter Heinle is a patient at the Memorial Hospital in Sid- ney. Vonlde Klose observed her Uth birthday, Sunday, and had as her guest, Lynette Gross. Mr. and Mrs. Klose and family and Lynette had supper at the Pizza House in Sidney honoring Vonnie' s birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Asheck Jr. visited Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon K1ose. The East Fairview Football team won their game with Alexander last week. This week on TUC =day they are playing Cul- bertson School grade team. Loren Mathson received a phone call on Sunday from his parents. They reported that truckers there in the beetflelds are on strike and even if wea- ther permitted they would notbe able to haul. At least thatisone problem we do not face here. All beet work stopped here Saturday and it is still ralrdng, (Monday) and weather repots are not encourging. All we can do is try to assure ourselves that this weather just earmot last. Most farmers repot they are at the halfway mark. Mrs. James Olson has been caring for Mike and Chris Har- dY, while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hardy, are working in the beets. She is also caring for Dire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scldothauer, while they are harvesting beets. Check These'Winter Items SPECIALS THIS WEEK Watt Tank Heater ..................................................................... $13.25 t. Extension Cords ..................................................................... 5.75 Washer Antifreeze - 1 gel ................................................. 99c Chargers 6-120 ............................................................... From 17.95 t. Jumper Cables. .............................................................. : ......... 5.25 Car or Truck ........................................................ 3.15 Light .................................................................................... 3.00 Y2 Cue Lots ......................................................................... each 99c Freeze in Case Lots ................................................... per 9al. 1.70 Freeze in your own container .................................... per gal. 1.55 mQraper end Snow Brush .................................................................. 44c Flashlight with Batteries ........................................................ 2.19 Jack - Fits All Cars . 11.95 ..,o.oeI*H=ImooeoJHe.oooi* .lu "Jla..tom.tei.....i.oH....H, Lug Wrench ............................................................................. 2.95 of Oil and Air Filters to fit all Cars and Trucks all Cars and Trucks Polaris Snowmobiles. Dealer Large Stock of Goodyear Sulmrbenite Winter Tim to choose from THESE CAN BE STUDDED Tire Oil The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesdey, October 20, 1971 - 7 CAUGHT IN THE ACT - There he is... going back for seconds.., flaunting the calorie count and loving every minute of itl O. L. Anderson, former Sidney mayor and Con-Con delegate, was among the large group of Sidney-ites attending the annual Dinner of Nations in Lambert, Saturday night. :s On Western Americana BY BELVINA W. BERTINO THE YELLOWSTONE NAT- IONAL PARK, by Hiram Mar- tin Chittenden, edited (and or introduction) by Richard A. Bartlett. 207 pp. University ot Oklahoma Press. Fourth print- lng, 1971. With the centennial obser- vance of the creeon of Yel- lowstone National Park, the first and still largest national park so created in the United States, scheduled for nextyear, a book such as tls is timely indeed. This classic and lghly read- able volume, first published in 1895, still stands as one of the best records of the Yellow- stone Park region - its vast and ever fascinating geysers and other phenomena and the early explorations o( the area. It alse includes an earnest plea for preservation e( the naturalwon- ders of nature "for the benefit and enjoyment o the people" and to restrain souvenir and big game lmmters from des- trqZtng them The volume contains the story of Jolm Colter's discovery of the sran@e re.on, a history o( the Park administration, be- ginning with Nathardel P. Lang- ford who explored the Park in 1870 with the Wasiburn-Doane Expedition and who served as the first Park superintendent. A brief hi,pry of each ot the important gengraphical SOUTH CULBERTSON Wee kly S noopers, The annual Cherry Creek PTA potluck supper was held at the school, Monday. The chil- dren entertained with two skits and some segs. Steve Vitt and Dave Zommi, Helena, and Joe MeGinnis, Bozeman, were hoxne over the weekend from college. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Vitt and family were S u n d a y dimer guests at the Jim Mullen home, Lambert. The men enje a successful antelope hunt. Mr. and Mrs. MelvinMorte- son visited at the Ray TrudeH home near Noley, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hackley and Tammy attended the GTA meeting in Fairvtew, Tuesday. Mrs. Wilfred Harness and Mrs. Lawrence Herness attend- ed the ALCW meeting at Trin- ity Lutheran Church inCulhert- son, Tuesday. " Mr. and Mrs. MelvlnMorten- son were Tuesday night supper guests at Mrs. Ida Tasa's in Frold, Tuesday, along with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Tasa, Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Milton Tasa and Mr. Mortenson are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. LeomwdBroth- ers, Noxon, are visiting their daughter and family, the Clar- ence Waits, on Three Butte Ranch. N3 Kenneth C, ustason arriv- ed home Thursday on a 30 -day leave from the Navy, he is sta- tioned in San Diego, Calif. His parems are Mr. and Mrs. Con Gustason. Delton Olander, Nevis, Mimh, is visiting the Con Gustatsons for a week. He arrived Thur s- day afternoon. names in the Park isgiven. The legislation, which has been en- acted, affecting the Park is also given. A handy index is included, with a listing of var- ions other Yellowstone Park - oriented works. The volume is available in both hard cover and paperback. Chittanden, described by Rlc- hard Bartlett in hisintroduction as "a nab o( unusual talent," was, among other achieve- menta, an army engineer and a highly competent and widely respected historian of the West. II ill i Federated can help you sleep If you toss and turn, worrying about the*disasters that Could de. =troy your buaineee, you need the Federated Business Protect- All Package, One plan covers 71 di|. ferent business disasters. And you enjoy the convenience an economy of one company, one representative. I can design a package for your company, and the low COSt will surprlae you, m , INSURANCE FOR BUSINESS '- HOM LIFE * CAR JUST CALL fi,, BUD QUINNELL lk SAVAGE. MONTANA Phone: 776-2376 I i Attention-- NO HUNTING without written permission Jerry Lawson THREE BUTTE RANCH II NO HUNTING or Trespassing on my land in S-25 T-24--R-54 I I I GRACE LIGON (40-3tc) i I II Chinook Bear Paw Hereford Breeders SHOW and SALE SUNDAY - OCT. 24 STARTS - 1 : 30 P. M. MONDAY - OCT. 25 STARTS - 1: 30 P. M. AT THE BLAINE CO. FAIRGROUNDS AUCTIONEER: FREDDIE CHANDLER JUDGE: EUGENE PETERSON, LIVINGSTON SELLING: 47 BULLS For information and catalog CHINOOK BEAR PAW HEREFORD BREEDERS Dee Griffin, Sec. Phone: 357-2590 Attend these events and see the best Hereford bulls yet -- I III I I I ] CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION Vote for four (4) HENRY DION And three more Pal, Doliti.al adv. by Don for Con Con Clam, AI Eldet, Sec. i i i i iii i i i BearCat 1260-2485A shreds and grinds whole bales then mixes ground hay with grains and supplements Big 24" hammer mill on the 1260-2485A has grain hop- per. Grains can be ground and mixed with other ra- tions. Base of long 13-ft. hydraulic-powered dis- charge auger is mounted high for easy unloading over high fences or into tall tanks, *Hydraulic-powered bale feeder can be raised by hand-operated winch and locked into position for transport. *The BearCat 1260-2485A is the only vertical tank grinder-mixer on the mar- ket today with the rugged strength and capacity to handle this type of job. Wet and frozen baled hay is shred and ground then blown through over size blower pipes into the special design tank for complete mixing with supplements. f For making high percentage hay m00xes. Designed to process feeds for wintering your cattle or sheep! BearCat can be seen at CRIGHTON DISTRI UTOR'S,, Inc.[ Feirview, Montana