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ert ea News Notes Hi-Uter s 4-H a basket social party in the multi- of the Lambert were six tables and two of pinochle enthusiastic bidders High School spon- entitled "No BOys in the gym on Friday pep club served re- to the many guests Rehbein went to daughter, Kathy, Mr. Mike Williams, Rot- and get acquainted new Steven. meeting was the Erich Pasts on next meeting will dinner at the Dec. 16. , Minor, N. D., in Lambert for and Rick Sheehan from college in Mis- Martin and Jam- spent the week Gorm Peder son&apos; s. Mrs. Alex Hill, Mrs. Mrs. Jerry Redlin b Prevost went to the Three Central Corn- in Glendive on Rehbeins attend- of Sylvia We st- lake to Mike Osterman in Sid- ney on Sunday night. The Oscar Kvaaiens and the Gordon Oaklands attended the lutefisk supper in Fairview, Sat- nrday night, sponsored by the Sons of Norway. The Chet Grows were Satur- day supper guests of the CLint Mul[ins. Mrs. Jesse Mul[in, Sidney; Mrs. Macy Lewis, Fairview; Mr. and Mrs. KennethThornton and family, Father Hogan, Mr. Sather and Virginia Goulart were Sunday night guests at the Jimmy Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Huber Schields Given Vietnam Station Army Private First Class Robert T. Schields, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thee Schields, Sidney, recently was assisned to the 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile) in Vietnam. PFC, Schields, an aircraft maintenance man with Battery A, 4th Battalion of the Divi- sion's 77th Artillery, entered the army in March of thisyear, completed basic training at Ft. Lewis, Wash., and was last sta- tioned at Ft. Rucker, Ala. He attended Sidney High School. and Robert, Vida, were Sund night guests of the Joe Pre- vost' s. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Backes and Stacy, Great Falls, are Thanksgiving vacation guests at the Marie A. Backesresidence. Sue and SharonHetser, Hunts- ville, Aim, are guests at the Joe Heisers for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hill were Wednesday supper guests of the Wilbur Hills in honor of Alex's birthday. Denise Ligon and Linda San- ders were Wednesday guests of the CLint MulLins. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rindahl and Paul visited with Mrs. Ag- nes Rehbein before she left for Washington. Mrs. Rindahl is the former Patty Rehbein, Bob's girl. They have lived near Cbi- cngo but have moved to Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bahls and children, Sidney, were Sum day guests of the Wilbur Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Lynne Powers and family, Andes, were Satur- day night guests of the Mervin Torgersons. A reminder to the Lambert area voters that quite anumber are not registered and may do so at any time, either at the clerk and recorder's office or with deputy negotiator of this pre- cinct, Ben Mercier. Ernest and Ward Red[in, Sid- ney, and the Lloyd Sheehan's were Sunday guests othe Jerry Red[ins. "ng f everyone. I L III , A SPECIAL SALUTE - The new Community Memorial Hospital in Sidney, recently had its official first flag raising ceremony, with dedication by Don Leach (third from left) and Math Dasinger (second from left), members of the committee for the hospital's flag pole project and members of Richland County's American Legion Post 12; Floyd Sax (far left), post adjutant; Jim Dethman, commander of the post raising the flag; Pete Brekhus (third from right), assistant administrator of the hospital and Ralph Johnson, hospital administrator. prices that leave a little something for you. One sale you won't For just two g 15% off that regularly $29: Cotton acrylic piles, colors and misses and ;. But do come first choice. ================================= ................ - ............... .... . ,:.. <,. :':,.,;:?$; ii!iiiii:.i::ijTi/:: ii ii!::: ::ii :::::;::::k.;;:... ,, . t' ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Sale 1500L.,. Reg. 18.00. 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They will be guests of Mrs. StEp's mother, Mrs. Helen Kocher. Mrs. Wanda Dana, Richland County Health Dept., has at- tended a sports medicalserni- nat held in Billings. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Corkran will spend Thanksgiving Day with their daughter and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mel- land, Fairview. Mary Carol Melland, who i s attending school in Seattle, is home for the hell- daft week. Kenna Howell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howell, is spending Thanksgiving with her parents. Keona is a gradu- ate student at the University of Wyoming, Laramie. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Mrs. Lucille Hastay and Art Dore left last week to visit their sister, Mrs. Marne Dore Brockway and family, Superior. The Johnsons will go on to Portland, Ore., to spend Thanksgiving with their o and family, Mr. and Mrs. /ruce Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kallevig and family will attend the wed- cling of Mrs. Kallevig's broth- er, James Nielsen, to Char- lotte Brekke to be held Friday in Culbertson. Valeri Kallevig is a member of the wedding party. Paula Petrik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Petrik Jr., is home for Thanksgiving. Paula is a graduate student attbeUni- versity of Montana, Missoula. With Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rhines and Gerald for Thanks- giving will be Mr. and Mrs. James Rhines, Billings; John, a student at Eastern Montana College, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rhines and Mrs. James O'Con- nell, Glendive. Thanksgiving guests of the Chris Hansens will be Mrs. Edward Ferguson and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomp- son and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Goebel and family will spend Thanks- giving with the Con Simonsens. Other guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Moore andMr.and Mrs. Matt Goebel. III ] Snowmobile suit sale! Bundle upand save a bundle; 17.99 (Teen's Sizes) 19.99 (Men's & We,s) /tzes 10-12) Similar Style Sale. All fashion sweaters. 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