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4- The Sidney Herald, Sioney, Mont., Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1971 Yel owstone Area News MRS. PETER HEINLE Mr. and Mrs. Bud Morrill left on Saturday for their home at Quincy, Was. They were ac- companied by their nephew, Lenny Morrill. They had been here for the hunting season and Lenny got a deer that weighed 168 pounds when it wasdressed ant. Mrs. Joe Mock was hostess oa Friday to the members of the Garden Club. Several ladies gathered at the home of Mrs Peter Heinle on Wednesday to help her and Mrs. Louis Stepan celebrate their birthdays. Mrs. Arvin Heinle and Mrs. Nick Cayko made the cakes. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stepan accompanied by his mother, Mxs. Lora Stepan, left Friday for Washington where they will visit relatives. Mrs. LoraStep- an will remain in SpoRane for a longer visit with her daugh- ter and family, Mrs. Lloyd Willlardson. Dewayne tlayden, accompan- ied bY his mother, Mrs. Richard Hoyden, went to Billings on Frl- day to visit relatives. Laurie Swenson arrived home from Jam stown College on Fri- day and will spend a week here with her mother, Mrs. Gyda Swanson, mKJ other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. David Iverson will be hosts at a fmlni ly din- net at their home on Thanks- giving Day. Their sons, Dick and Don, will be home from Bozeman where they attend col- lage. Jimmie Cayko, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cayko, Glendive, spem last week with hi s grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Cayko, while his brother, WaYne, was in the hospital with pneumonia. The Caykos took him home Saturday andvis- ited at the Caykos. Marianne Martn and Eve- eyrie Reichenback, who attend the University at Grand Forks, will spend the holidays here with their respective parents, the Marion Martins and E. Rei- chenbachs. The Faith Circle will meet on Dec. 1 at the home of Mrs. Peter Heinle. Federated can hdp you sleep I! you toss and turn, worrying about the disasters that could cle. etroy your business, you need the Federated Business Protect - All Package. One plan covers 7t dif- ferent business disasters And you entoy tlae convenience and economy of one company, one representative, I can design a package for your company, and the low cost will surprise you ;h INSURANCE FOR BUSINESS (===. , s HOME LIFE * CAR ,"-l i Jus, CALL ll- BUD QUINNELL , SAVAGE, MONTANA Phone: 776-2376 ii, Mr. and Mrs. John Bauman and children will be among the Thanksgiving guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weber. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Klein and baby have moved to Fair- view and are living in theGiesc house in East Falrview. Mr. and Mrs. George Beiber will have as their Thasgivlog Day dinner guests Mr. andMrs, Bob Beiber, Sidney; Mr. ar Mrs. Harlow Beiber, Kathy and Becky; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bei- ber and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Beiber and family. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Brese and his mother, Mrs. Mary Brese, will be Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the home of :Mrs. C. Brehm, in Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ber- ry and Mrs. Julene Kllng and children will be dinner guests on Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Berry, at Cartwright. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Wentz and Floyd will go to Billings over the weekend to visit their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hardy, Mike and Chris, Will be dinner guests on Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Ken Babcock and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Cot- tar St., Marilyn and Philip, Will be among the guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Cotter Jr. on Thanksgiving. The group will also help Hecky Cot- mr celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Heinle, Toni, Judy and Beth Ellen, and Mr. and Mr s. Peter Heinie and Kurt will be Thanksgiving dim her guests at the home of Mr. Mrs. Richard Hoyden. Patsy Finsaas and Dabble DaM, who attend Minot Busi- ness College, are spending tlm holidays here at their homes. Mr. and Mrs. Genc Denowh and David and Clayton Falken- hagen and Mrs. Ellen Erick- son will be going toMinneapolis for the holidays. The Denowhs will visit their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Walburg and Mrs. Ericksonwill visit her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Noteboom and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Denowh, Wendy and Keith, Will be dinner guests on Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Iverson at Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Eldean Flynn and family will be Thanksgiv- the borne of  Mrs. Er- vin Norgaard, Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Rannie Gross and family and Mr. and Mrs. Eldin Johnson and Mary went ta Butord on Sunday where they visited at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Gardner and family and helped Fred celebrate his birthday. Two dogs got into the sheep flock of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sed- lacek, Monday, and killed one sheep and injured another. Mrs. Sedlacek had just arrived at the flock to make a check when the incident happened. It was not known who owned the dogs. Each year dogs present a real prob- lem to sheepmen in the area. Those from out of the com- munity who Willer0oy their tam- I Holiday 00'pecial ONE RACK Gold and Silver Sandals 25% off Reg. Price VARIED STYLES LIMITED QUALITY Just right for the Holiday Season Cite Recreation 1 ily Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Usselman are Dale Hurley's, Ralph Hut- lay' s and Elr Hurley' s and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Karsi will have as their Tharsgiving Day dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Don Karst and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rich Karst andfanflly and Mr, and Mrs. Jim Karst and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Don Karst are busy having some remodeling done and building onto their home in the country. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Best and daughter, Becky, are expected here from Towner, to spend the holidays with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lester. Mr. and Mrs, Lonnie Hurley and family will entertain Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hurley, Bu- ford, at their home on Thanks- giving. Ronnie Hurley, son of Mr, and Mrs. Lormie Hurley, cele- brated his birthday, Tuesday, when he entertained friends at- mr school. That evening, mem- hers of the family honored him. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Noteboom and daughter, who have been working at Lemon, S. D., vis- ited his parents, the Paul Note- booms, Sunday. Lynn returned to Lemon but Mrs. Noteboom and daughter will remain at their home in Williston for the present. Charles Martin returned on Thursday from the Memorial Hospital in Sidney. On Satur- day morning, Robert Flynn Jr. visited with him and that attar- noon, Ed Ochs visited him. Mr. and Mrs. Mauriee Mar- tin and Marva will have as their Thanksgiving day guests, Skee Berndt, Sidney; Mr. and Mrs. Horst Haunold, Glandive, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin. Mr. and Mrs. John Leininger and Marcie, Terry, arevisifing her mother, Mrs. Thelma Sals- bury, and her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Martin, over the holiday s. Terry Martin will celebrate his 13th birthday on Wednes- day at the home of his parents, Mr. add Mrs. Marion Martin and Petty. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Denowh and Kelly Jo and Kip, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Berry and Mr. and Mrs. Orwald Norgaard -,viii be dinner guests on Thanksgiv- ing at the hcne of Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Reichenbach and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Payette who have beenllving InBilllngs, have returned here. Vernon went to Fargo, last Monday, where he took his physical for the army and expectstobe leav- ing before long. Mrs. Dale Leans and family will have as their dinnerguests on Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. Mile Payette and family, Mrs. Annie Stubbs, Mrs. Olga Dooley and Mr. and Mrs. Hank Rhode, Tlcga. Tech. Sgt. Dale Leens is now on duty in Okinawa. He hopes to be back in the states in February. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ochs and family will bedinnerguests on Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ochs. Fast Falrvtew school Will close at 1:45 on Wednesday. AMONG THE WINNERS - Zona Kappel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kappel of Sidney, was an alternate in the junior division for the "Make It Yourself With Wool Contest" held in Circle recently. Zona is wearMg the two-piece, plaid, wool outfit she made for the District Nine Competition. The state competition will be in Miles City, Dec. 8, at the Red Rock Lodge, be- ginning t 4 p.m. Nationals will be in Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 20. SOUTH CULBERTSON Weekly S noopers The Girard F. U. met Sun- day at the H. T. Hackley home. Stefanie Tinun spent Wednes- day and Thursday at her grand- parents, the Plen Hernesses. Mr. and Mrs. Don Zoanni and Mr. and Mrs. Al Zoanui wentto the K of C Cinderella Ball in om the RooseveR Memorial Hospital, Wednesday. Several families attended the Falrview School's band and chorus concert, Tuesday. IAnda Zoanni, Denise Trait, Mary Zo- anni and Shirley Buckleypar- ticipated in the program. By HAROLD L. EAGLE Engineer Morrison - Malerle Inc. At the public planning meet- ing a short time ago, recreation was passed over quickly to keep the meeting from running late. This article sets forth the gen- eral findings of the planning con- sultants regarding the Sidney community' s recreation. Pre-school and grade school age groups are quite well pro- vided for by at least five parks with playground equipment and open space fairly well located throughout the City. The only need in this area noted would he a few simple additions of playground equipment of less conventional types hut of more interest to some age groups, such as a few pipes to crawl through or blocks to climb on. Older grade and high school students also utilize Lhe sever- al parks. The baseballprogram provides well for the interestof many of these, k lack of tennis courts in the community exists with only two courts at the Junior High School. Two more tennis areas with two courts each, along with a City tennis program, should be consider- ed. Youth programs such as Scouts and 4-H presently serve a need in the communitY. The school system gymnasiums and other recreation facilities are used extensively. The most extensively used recreational facility in Sidney is its swimming pool. In the past summer,. 26,403 visits to the swimming pool were recorded. These average 300 per day. Five hundred and ninety-three per- sons visited the poolonthe max- .imum day. Adult and youth pro- grams utilize the pool continu- Ously from 7:30 a.m. until 9:30 p.m. The success of Sidney's past swimming teams certainly speaks well for the swimming program. What would its swimmers do in competition if they could swim 12 months out of the year rather than just three? The plan- ning consultants recommend serious consideration of cov- ering the pool for  nter months along with providing better dressing and shower facilities. The bond issue which built the presem pool will be paid up in a few years. Perhaps this same tax commitment by the citizens might be continued and the im- provemems mentioned above accomplished. The golf, saddle and bow clubs provide for a variety ofrecrea- Sidney, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck McGin- nis, Dan, Karla and Virginia were supper guests at the Dan Tietz's, Monday night. Also there were Mr. and Mrs. Rus- sell Oelkers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Doa Oelkers, Mrs. Maren Oelkers, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Iverson, all of Culhert- son, and Mr. andMrs, TimFee- loy and Brian, Billings. Mr. and Mrs. Neil mdheim and tm's, Billings, visited Tues- day at the Dick Sundheim home. Helen Palmer and Lois Raaurn were both dismissed The Sidney Senior Citizens Mr. and Mrs. Pete Christen- tion for alleges.The ldgh school sen and Ellao$ Svendson, Wllr .. goiters find it easand economi- iston, and kzdrsn Walter, Cui -" cal t4>participate at the private bertson, wre , dinner guestst local golf club. Bow hnnters pro- Sunday, at the Plenny Herness- as, C'DARS Club met Wednesday at Lois Raaum' swithShaylaBa- con as co - hostess. There were three guests, Margie Waits, Mavis Schledewitz, Cul- bertson, and Bernice Theissen, Froid. President Ida Herness, installed the new members for the following year; president, Betty Zoanni; vice president, Betty Hackley; secretary - treasurer, Shayla Bacon and. assistant "secretary - treasurer; - Avis Zoanni. Bernice Thiessen showed some of her arts mad crafts. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marten- son and Mrs. Gerald Raaum drove to Mortenson' s farm, Sum daY. While inthe community, vide a sport for the whole fam- ily the year round. Likewise, the saddle club brings t(ether and encourages those interested in equestrian sports. There will be no school until met Nov. 18 at the Moose Hall; Monday, giving the pupils a Allan Darnall reported undo- they visited at the Harry Berg : Thanksgiving holiday, nations and the United Fund has farm, north of Wildrose, N.D. / Report cards at the East been changed to the United WaY. " ] Falrview School came out on The Sidney Ja,veeensprescnt- Bigh " Wednesday. As usual, there ed the group with a large anni- Assign orn , were the happy faces and the versary cake. " T * sad faces and the many prom- : .Ten tables of cards Were O L New Jersey ises of doing better the next played. High scores went to Army Specialist Four Fred- six weeks. Aldyth Andersen and Tom Hack- , The many activities at the County Fairground provide spectator and participating rec- reation for many including ro- deo, horse racing, autoderbies, circus and agricultural activi- ties. About 5,000 people from Richland and other counties are involved in the annual County Fair. Need has been expressed bY Sidney citizens for a civic cen- ter type assembly hail, a youth center and senior citizens rec- reational facility. All of these could well he combined. The consultants also see the need for some open space avail- able to the public outside the City -- possibly a picnic area near the fairground or a rec- reational area such as that con- sidered a few west of the City. In summary, recreational needs! sidered at Planning Board you have other please make dropping a note tot Board, care of Chairman. 1. round facility. 2. Added 3. A civic 4. 5. A senior 6. An open al area outside Dr. Ross E. District Rocky Mountain Distrk;T Ch, Will Be In at the Church of the in Sidney, NOV. through SERVICES EACH NIGHT AT SUNDAY AT 11 a.m. AND 7 The Public is Invited I Wedding WOTA DANDY]' Invitations " Napkins - Guest Eooks Attendants Gifts - Latest Styles - FRANDSEN'$ Gin. So,,. MUSIC The Complete M c Mr.o mJ.m'+ "= "J'P 'and MrS. Larry Jolm- lay, The door prize was won by rick M. Bighorn, 23, son of: 00hil Crafts and C sen an+ c..+_en are re ,_o _ JOrgenGroskurth. Leonard H. Bighorn, Brock- --'r'ey's " Arco, Idaho, visiting her par- Hostesses for the afternoon ton, recently was assigned to , ents, the John Hardys, and her were JOey Schmidt, Sadie John- the 51st Artillery at Highlands, brother, Jack, and family, son, Lucille Hastay and Myrtle N: J. .  , Fisher. Spec. Bighorn is serving asa , We' be cbsed Mrs. Mile Hunter is direct- The next meeting willbeDee. cnerator repairman withhead- , ing the Children's Choir at the 2 at 1:30 p.m. at the Moose quarters battery of the Artil- , Zion Lutheran Church. The Hall. Ella Boe, Nettle Schmoll lery's 3D Battalion. , ' Fr,day only children sang on Sunday for the" and . Bernice Cunciff are the The specialist's wife, Helen, Harvest Festival dirmer, hostesses, lives in Poplar. ." Thur sday and ' " for Thanksgiving Sid y O * De ., ELK'S ' Classes as usualSaturday CI b SAT. -- Smorgasbord " D=e: i Ii,,.. * the music of ++' " F RI. --- Choice of Menu i Served in Lounge Starting Monday, Nov. 29 Larry & Kay W e will be open Mond 00ythrough Friday afternoons and evening and zt 'S dy ig d atur a -mornn san /k,./++/l,,l./t,/tl/Ir+/l',/t/t,/t/r /t,/k,/t,ilr'It /r /I /t