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€ | d P I!, 4-The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Nov. 7,1973 S ;i fl 3 n t Spookie winners Wilmers In the annual Ktwanls Halloween $pookle Cestume contest are d pictured above. From left they are Wayne Palmer as Brother Bones; Pickle Petrie as a Witch; John Palmer as Hat People; Christian Scheetz as People Eater; and Jerry Dee Weldner as Mummy. The winners were presented with cash prizes. -- Don Mrachek Photo RICHEY NEWS Requests community help r Don Hoffman  requested ff bers of the community to with the high school o  to practice for a school cmmmmRy or-us for a J Crlstmas program to be , wen Dec. 18. The first  ctice was held Sunday. r Practices will be held every t y at 2:30 p.m. in the 1 music room. All @er- sons who like to sing are welcome to Join tn the chorus. The production this year is "Sing We Now This Christ- ,, , a choral program by Harry Simeone. Marjorie Fellows and Bettyann Cum. are accompanists. The program will include instruntals from tiW band, some songs by the 16-voice ensemble, also some dramatization. The grade  will also be involved In the program. ( Coleen Dick of Billings and i Darreg Dick of Dickinson spent, the weekend with home c folks in Richey. : Harlen Brown and children, Danny, Kim and Pit.a, also a frLKi,  Brown, left Sy fro- their home in KalispA1 after =qndJng a ; week in this vicinity hunting. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. : Gene Mickelson over the weekend were Bob and Mary Miller and children and Mrs. Dick Miller and Linda, all of Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Grundmeyer, accompanied by Mrs. Vernon Culver and Mrs. Glsdys Volbrecht, drove to Sidney, Sunday, to visit Edithe Nelson at the Pichland Homes. They also visited other Richeyites, Joe Ziegler, Addle Callison, Bessie Carlsen, Emelia Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Ruden. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Radcliffe were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jaqueth, Scott and Rick, Libby; Lyman Blank, Waikild Beach; Bill Carter, Gordon Dyman, Roy Nino and Herb Neils, all of Honolulu, Hawaii; Dick Ferrell and Rick Ferrell, Spokane. Also Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garcia, Jean and Karl Beth, and Mrs. Sue Eyer and Betty Brownfield, all of Glendive. Mrs. A. V. Radcliffe has bee appointed to the state board of the Montana Federation of Republican Women by Mrs. Stephen Birch, federation president from Great Falls. Mack and Pauline Triton, Hamilton, were guests of her sister, Betty Blue Whiteman ================================================================================================================== : THE SIDNEY HERALD " I A Car potation t Russell Wells, Publisher t Don Mrachek, Editor,  Virg Boehler, Production Supt. Dennis Benth, Advertising Manager Offical Newspaper of RJchland County, Mont Published every Wednesday at Sidney, Montana. Business Office: 121 North Central Ave 59270 Subscript,on Rates $7.00 per year in R iChtand, Dawson, Roosevelt and AAcKenzie Counties 57.50 Elsewhere in Montana $9.00 Outside State $10 50 in Foreign Countries Servicemen Anywhere5600 1S Cents for Single Copies Second class postage paid at Sidney, Montana 59270 MEMBER _ { MONTANA ! i A N L " /)" ' : As$octahon" " . Founded 1885 -. ,,.,. - -- '' ::::. ..::.:::::::::::::..:::::::::..::...:::::::::::::::.....:.%::::::5::::i:’i:χ:: and family, Nov. i and 2. They visited Mrs. Tilton's brother, Russell Blue, Saturday. They went back to Terry to visit Mr. Tllton's niece, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cov and family and also did some hunting in that area. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Butterfleld, Billings, made a business trip to Richey recently and stopped for a v/slt dth Mrs. Celia Gibson. Recent Richey weekend visitors of Rex,. and Mrs. Mary Olsonand family at Mammath in the Yellowstone Park were Mr. and Mrs. William Colbert and family. The Olson's sent greetings to all their friends and former parishioners in the Pichey-Lambert area. Mr. and Mrs. Orvald Norgaard returned home Nov. 2 from four and one-half weeks in Billings where Mr. Norganrd had major surgery on Oct. 8 at the Deaconess Hospital. He came through surgery but later developed gastrlcal surgical pneumonia and was confined to his hospital bed for a couple more weeks. The Norganrd's stayed with Norgaard's sister in Billings a week before returning to Pichey. His many friends join in wishing him a speedy recovery and a "welcome home." Mrs. Alton Olson en- tertained at a party, Monday, honoring Alleen Whiteside on her birthday. There were about 2 invited guests. Mrs. William Colbert, ac- companied by Mrs. Alton Olson, Mrs. La Olson and Clara Soft, also Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller and Charles Miller, drove to Sidney Oct. 30 to honor Charles Van Ruden on his 86th birthday at the Pichlsnd Homes. Other for- mar Picheyites present were residents of the Home, Joe Ziegler, Addle Calllson, Mrs. Emelia Mllle, Mrs. Beasle Carlsen. Mrs. Zelda Levengood and Mrs. Nell seitz, Sidney, and others also attended. Alton Olson, Dale Olson, Frank Ferguson and Vick Ferguson left Saturday to do some hunting in the Butte area. Ted Johnson, MAssoula, was a hunting guest of Julian Gibson the first of the" week. Saturday overnight and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Gary and family, were his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gary and ildren, Glendive. The Gary's were luncheon guests of Ronna Engelter and Leween Pederson following the Terry- Richey girls basketball game, Saturday, in which Terry was victorious by eight points. The Gary's also did some hunting in this area on Sunday. The Richey Homemakers Club met in the home of Mrs. Roland Grundmcyer, Nov. 2 with Mrs. Vernon Culver as co- hostess. Mrs. Grundmeyer served in the absence of Mrs. ale Jeneen. Plans were made for the Christmas party in December to be held in the home of Mrs. Gladys Volbrecht with Mrs. Grund- meyer as co.hoste. The faculty of the Pichoy Schools would like to thank the community for sponsoring and supporting the reception held In our honor Oct. 24. A special thanks to the ladies of the churches for all the planning and work which went into making it a success. Your continued support of our school system can only lead to a hotter understanding of your children's education. Local Item Mr. and Mrs. Terry Greenwood of Jamestown, N. D., announce the birth of their daughter, Stacl Sue. Staci was horn Oct. 31 and weighed seven pounds and eight oun- ces. Mrs. Greenwood is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cresap, Sidney. Terry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Greenwood, Cartwright. lllll] ]l H] I I I I I If| l QU ILLING'S MARKET ree Delivery Twice Daily r. Bone ....... lb. '1.69 .  -- jtjl IIIj i I MEATS - GROCERIES - SUNDRIES SiX BLOCKS EAST OF LALONDE HOTEL Phone 482-3410or 482-3411 '1.69 '1.59 '1.39 95c 89 e Top Value Ice - Cream . . . • • • • • • ,= (;al. 79 e Wagner's Drink Orange or Grape ..... 2/65e Standby Tuna Fish... 2/95c Standby No. 2/., Can C h d P" ppl 57 rus e mea e . . . . . c Hflb Bres. Instant Coffee... s,g. 1.. 0o,.98e U. 8. No. 1 Bananas 2 ' 29e • • • • • • • • • l. Fr Coekl Hunt's ..... ,2½ size 2/98 c Grod Beef....2 New low price on c=.n,, ' FREER MEAT Tomato Juice..... =o,. 2/79c We have casings Globe Sardines in on.... 2/59e= '  --- " "; "'- '-  Standby rn or WholeCreamK, 2/49e  Old Dutck ..... Toilet Tiss 39e ue....... ck Ny 303 Aprieots. 2/77e • I III III I I I I I1• I I II II • Potato Chips .......... 53c PRICES EFFECTIVE November 8-9-10 i 115 [i ii i i|1111111 ill , ,i ,,, , iii i i  ii i z, , Sidne.y Franch,se :,%.. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :-.:.::::.';::.:;.:i:-.:.:':::. Located on 34,400 square feet of deeded land between Central and Lincoln Avenues. 386.5 feet of avenue frontages. Four entrances and four exits plus extra commercial land not used for drive in. Jut two i)locks north of Gibson's new shopping center complex :::: ::::: ii ............... ... ., ** :::::::::::::::::5:::::::::5::::::...::::::::.:::5::::::::::::::::::::::::::::..::::::.:::::::::.::::::;:.%..;%.:.:...;::.:.:.:::::.:>.:::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::;:....:::::::::::::::::::::....:....:::::::::::::::::::.::: Includes building and 27-car electronic ordering system, all under metal canopy. New modern stainless steel equipment. Metal storage building and lighted signs :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.-.:.:.:.:.:.:.- ........ ....................,, :::: In 1 973 this franchise operated on a 40.5 per cent food and paper cost and a labor cost of 16.5 per cent of gross sales. COMPARE THESE PERCENTAGES WITH OTHER FAST-FOOD OPERATIONS. IIII II Food and paper goods are purchased through national accounts offering uncomparable savings. ............... ,****, ........ **,.,,,.,,,.,,,...,,*** .o., ..................................... ,:, :.: .:.:, :. :. :.: .:. :. ;. :.: .:. :.: .: .: .: .: .:.: .: .:.:.:.:.:.: .:.:.:.:.: ,:.:..'-:.:.:.:.'.'.:." .:...: .:....::::*'.:.:.. ::,:::::.:::.'.:::: ::. :::::.:.:.:. :::.:.:.::::::: : ::::. :. ::::::::::::::::::::: .::::,: ,: ,: .:: ::: :: :: :: .: A & W field staff provides supervision over product quality, portion control and sanitation in all franchises. .:: This is a 2 per cent royalty contract. iiil Most comPetitive franchises are li 5 to 7 cent royalty per :::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:ii:i:i:.::i:ii:i::;::;:i:;:;;;:;::;:.;!:::;::::.;:::;:;:.:.::.::;:.:;:.:;:;:;::;:;:;:;:;::::::::;:;:::;:;:.:;:;:;:.:.:;:::;::::i:::::::....::::::::` The seller pays tuition for a 2-week training school. Americans are spending more time in their cars and 44 per cent of the nation's women have paid jobs giving them more money to eat ot and less time to cook at home. This assures the fast food business, the world's third largest industry, of a rapid growth.- Reason for selling - Opportunity to purchase another A&W Franchise • Interested Parties Contact: MERV GRAVOS, Box 52, Sidney, Mont. or Coil (406) 482-3043