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12- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Moll t., Wed., Nov. 7,1973 0000o-,,Yellowstone Area News MRS. PETER IINI CoramlaUom to Mr. and Mn. MlloHtmtorwhoarethe pm of a daughter born Nov. 2 at the Memorial Hoep/tal. She  m, en und om-half pounds and has been named Nancy Christine. Grlmdts are Mrs. Gyda 8wenmn and Mr. and Mrs. C',rtis tlmnt. Mr. and Mrs. Eldln Jchnson a large group of friends at a party on llallowe. Everyone had a good t/me and the Jchns's gave a supper before the party. Faith Circle met on Wed- my atthe home of Mrs. Peter Heinle. Mrs. Curtis Norman Grothe rites pending tqral  for Nor. man Grotbe,/t, formly of 81dney will be at 2 p.m. Thurmlay, Nov. 8, at Funm.m. Memorial Chapel, lle died Nov, 4 at the Veteran's t. sane. lle m-ved during World War II la the E'uropea. and Far Survivors include his mother, Anna Grotbe of Sidney and three sisters, Mrs. Cecella Johnsen, Post Fails, Idaho; Mrs. Margaret Datson, Sidney, and Mrs. Lester (Lmlan) Hanson, Wmtmn. Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Claudine's Bridal Shop Hunter gave the Bible lesson and devotions. Mrs. Gyda Swenson and Mrs. Fred Eoeener went to Wafford CRy, Tuesday, where they attended funeral services for Mrs. Pauline Boehm and her dahter, Dabble, who were killed in a car accident near Wafford Qty. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ivern and Mike Iverson, who attend college in Bozeman, left on Monday after spending several days here at the David Iverson home and visited relatives. Mrs. Peter HeL-1_e attended a meet in Sidney of the various area coordinaWrs for the history book, which is being put together for the Mondak area. If your parents were homesteaders or early day local teachers or businessmen, you are invited to contribute a family story. M  are plannM and more inonnalion is forth- comins, one thins OF intenet and you may begin thinking about R now and that isa name for the book. Watch for more Daughters hold November meet November meeting of Court Mother Cabriul No. 1766 was held Monday with Regent Cheryl Sasman iz'eUng. Flat order OF bmdmm was iustalling four new members, Bey Ednm, Rite Oisen, Arlene map and Dme O'Connor. It was decided to have a Catholic Daughter stay by the relous articles cue after evory ma= until Qmnas. If anyone haa any special article they want ordered they should contact Mary Ann Stein. beisser, t82-21. Our Feast Day is Nov. 13. "We decided to go to Mmm together at 8 a.m. on Nov. 17 then we wtL1 have coffee and rolls afterwards. We told the new members about our adopted son, Brett. Brett has hemophilia and spends a lot OF his time in the hospital. We send him gifts on his birthday and Christmas. information on this and a contest for the name chosen. We would like to get in touch with anyone who knows the whereabouts and address of the former Kathleen Ph/mpe, daughter OF the late A. H. Phillips, an early day real estate dealer in the valley. Rueben Thompson, Malta, visited at the homo of I. and Mrs. Herman Johnson over the weekend. On Sunday, he and the Johnson's were dinner guem at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Swigart. Rueben remained for a longer visit with his h4end, Cyp Founder. We are always glad to see Mr. Thompson and hope be win continue to make visRs to the communtty. Mr. and Mrs, Stave, 11eUey and three children, Walford City, visRed over the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mn. leonard Berry while Steven was here to attend the regular Guard meeting at Sidney. Martin, a,ded by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fredrlchson, Sidney, spt a few days this weak In BlIUnp. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dahl have been doing some pafnttng at their new hmne south of Cartwright preparing to move there soon. It is the former Nick Sarvo farm. Although the Dahl's will be leaving our community we will still com/dar them "homo folks," and wish them the beet in their new community. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Llebelt, Quincy, Wash., vlted here with his mother, Mrs. Mike Llebelt, and his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Salslmry. They the, left for Bomesvllle, Minn., to vis/t Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Llebelt. From Barnesville they drove to Fargo and boarded a plane from there to begin their Journey to Germany to visit relalives and enjoy a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Swart- zenberger and fmnfly, Sidney, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Swart- zenberger. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ussolman enterta/ned at a catfish supper one evening this week. Guests were their parents, Mr. and Mrs., Matt Swartzenberger and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Amaus Usselman. Mrs. Henry Paschke is directing the senior choir at the Zion Lutheran Church. Mrs. Milo Hunter is the director for the Junior choir. Mrs. Gyda Swenson is the organist. Mrs. Ralph Chase and Mrs. Carl Helm entertained the members of the Ma Circle at the Chase homo, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor, Dawn and 'robin, attended the 4-H Achievement Night at Sidney, Friday. The local Mondak, 4-H Club received several awards for the years work. Word was received at the berne of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wiles thls week that her sister- In-law, Mrs. Goldle Stiles Go, wife of Steven Golphenee, died at Wapate, Wash., where the family makes their home. They are . former local residents. She is a tter-tn-law to Bill Golphenee. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fehrs are leaving this week for Bill/rip where Fred will have a check-up. Mark Sullivan celebrated his llth birthday this week and Lisa celebrated her ninth Iday. Their mother, Mrs. Floyd Sullivan, took treats to the school for the fifth and fourth grades to honor them on the oc,,on. Mrs. Larry Buxbaum, Sidney, accompanied by her mother, Mrs, Adam Wentz, and her aunt, Mrs. 'Jerry .Feldman, Sidney, went to Bismarck a week ago to visit Mrs. Wentz' and Mrs. Feld- man's mother, who suffered a stroke. John and Jeanne Buxhaum stayed with their grandparente, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Buxhaum. . On Nov. 7 there will be a lyceum at the East Falrv/ew School. It is called "Frles" and is about midget horses. Girls basketball, boys basketball and wrestling will begin this week at the East Falrview School. Nov. 17 is the date set for the MONDAY, NOV. 12 Sale Time: 12:30 p.m. Coffee and Donuts I I ii!l i i I i i East of Triangle Club to foothills, then 7 miles north. Watch for s,g" ns i I i ii ii Having sold tho farm I will sell tho following at public auction J D 720 Diesel Tractor with Power Steering, 3 Point Hitch, Wide Front, Live PTO JD 50 Gas Tractor with Live PTO aml Wide Front IHC M Gas Tractor with Wide Front I HC A Gas Tractor 1949 Ford 2.ton Truck 19(;2 Chevrolet 1/2 Ton Pickup 1959 11/2 Ton Chevrolet Truck with Stock Rack JD 1201 Ditcher JD 2 row Corn Cultivator J D 1 row *Chopper Sickle Bar Pickup AHechment IHC 12' Swather JO 2 row Corn Planter J D 5" Mower Sure Weight 3000 lb. Scale 2 Cattle Oilers J JD Side Delivery Rake JD 10" Leveler | JD 14" Hammer Mill JD Flex 10' Disk I HC 2 Bottom Tumble Plow JO 112 Power Wagon { . I I II RONALD TORQERK)N CLERK tic. 125 - Sond Torgermon Brae. Sidney, Montane Farmhand No. 8 with Grapple Fork, Push Off, Hay Basket 32" Auger --- 10' Auger IHC 127 Combine I Sprayer JD 4 Section Harrow I Lincoln Welder MM 12' Press Grain Drill 6" Ofhmt Disk JD 2 Bottom 15" Spinner Plow Cement Mixer 500 Gal. Propane Tank Double Steel Tubs with Stand Steel and Wood Fence Posts and Wire Chain Saw 300 Gel Fuel Tank S00 Gal. Fuel Tank Wheel Barrow Irrigation Tubes New Portable Sewing Machine 2 Old Sewing Machines Ice Box 2 Steel Kitchen Cabinets 2 Steel Rollaway Beds Steel Bed Frame Coal Furnace Cream Separator Fruit Jars Stock Rack Set Harness ] i i i I LARENCE C. KRISTENSON (Owner) JAMES BIEBER Uc. 67 - 8ondKI Feirview, Montana ] Ill II I I I Illl I :;.::. Lion Trkey party at the East Fairvlew school with everyone invited to take part. Nov. 21, the annual Thanksgiving vacation for the East Fairview School will begin with school closing that day at 1:35 p.m. School will resume again on Nov. 27. Donald Cummins and three of his children are expected to arrive by plane, piloted by Donald, and they will visit his mother, Mrs. Mary , and other relatives here. They live at Hutchinson, Ken. Mrs. Mary Cummins has returned from a two weeks vacation which she spent at Sheridan, Wyo., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Welgum and family and Mrs.-'Bertha Weigum. Mrs. Bertha Weigum lived in a trailer housenear her son and family. Mrs. Norman Swanson made a business trip to Great Falls last week. Relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hurley, Sunday, to honor him on his birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurley and Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Hurley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Usselman and boys, Mrs. Marie Chflders, Penny and Peggy. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Johnson spent the weekend in Flaker, N. D., where they attended a family reunion of the members of the Wallinger family. They reported a very interesting time and Mrs. Johnson was the only one of the family of Andrew WaHlnger able to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Johnson went to Wafford City to attend the 50th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Knute Hagen at the Wafford City Civic Canter. Mrs. Ralph Hurley returned this week from Royal, Iowa, where she and Cindy had gone to vbdt Mrs. Hurley's parents, who are ill at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Karst and Tim were supper guests at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henderson, west of Falrview, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Henderson were also guests that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rich Karst had as their supper guests, on Monday, Mrs. Pmth Stewart, Hershey's Instant Cocoa Mix 2 Early Garden Peaches Irreulars?Tin  Banquet 37 Pe(Irs ,.e00u,.rs .o. i,/. Stove Top Dressing .... 2 for - Del Monte . Pumpk!n..o_,2 Campbell's Pork & Beo Sl 05 16.,c00 1 lb. Tins Marshmallow Creme 2 ;u:s Hershey's Giant Chocolate Bars .. 3 Emerald IWalnut Meats. ,0oz.,, Homestead Frozen Bread Dough 5 ,o., pack Lambrecht's Frozen Cream 17 OZ. ICheese Cake... Sattle, s Saturday S Sidney; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Welke, Sidney, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Karst. The oc- y caslon was Rich's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Arndt Ket- terling, Heft, N. D., visited over the weekend at the lake Ketterlin.g home. The Ran McMaster's of New Town also visited on Sunday. Arndt Ketterling is a brother of lake and a brother of Mrs. Mc- Master. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Klose, Klm and Kay, went to Billings Banana Nut Bread and English Muffin Bread Reynolds WITHOUT THIS' to spend the weeken& Kent stayed with his grandparents, '] Mr. and Mrs. Anion Klose. II, K Mr. and Mrs. vernon  AT TASTE! and Kay attended the Fun WITH THIS VALUABLE COUPON U. S. No. 1 Head Lettuce Large and Solid 19 Fancy Wrapped Red Delicious 3 lb. Can HILLS BROS COFFEE CASH VALUf [/20 Of t oooo v.,u Nov. Night sponsored by the Mendak Square dancers at Sidney, Sunday. Kay won one of the prizes given that evening. Mrs. Nickie Cayko and Mrs. Keels attended the Inter State Luncheon of the Jayceens at the Elks Club, Saturday. Laymen Sunday was ob- served on Sunday at the Zion Lutheran Church. Taking part in the service were Leonard Gardner, Ralph Chase and Lyle Spouheim. Lyle gave the sermon. Apples.... 13 lb. Box s2.89 Bm Says: Looks llke the cold weather is here." Kay Says: "Yep-it sure is cold." Frank Says: " "Protect your house and car from the cold * weather with our sur[ce. tt U. S. No. 1 Ruby Red Texas $| [Gmpeffu|t.. l 0 .... Boston Butt Pork Roasts ... e lb. Pork Steak..... lb. Hormel's ISmokies Sl 12 OZ." Pkg. e