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From Around-Alexander HELLING Mrs.Julia Mrs. Edith Eikren , Al Ley at the Good Hospital, Monday. Was admitted last Greg Glasoe, the weekend at parents, the They took her an evening meal Sims was dis- the Mercy Has- Mr. and Stayer and family Roland Trow- bmily were at the Over the weekend. ALCW honored on her birthday at the Good SheP- Wafford. Mrs. brought a deco- Mnms. Oscar Olson and IAef Hanson also brought cakes. Other ladies at- tending were Mrs. Bob Chitwood and Mrs. Bill Bottke. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sowiski and children ct Minot, Mr. and Mrs. Icken Monson and chil- dren and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stepanek and children cCWillis- ton visited at the Howard Heg- gin home Sunday. Mrs. bionson was honored on her birthday. Roland Olson, Dickinson, and Susan Warenke, Fargo, spent the weekend at honm.Other vis- itors during the week at the Oscar Olson home were Gary Chitwond, Pete Elkren and Ben Dwyer. Mr. and Mrs. George Rebsom and Tim drove to Minot o=t Satur- day where she went to an ear clinic. That evening, they at- tended the Hunter&apos;s supper at Grassy Butte. Roll Reported six week re- follows: Brekhus, Paul Randy Johnson, Brent Mathieu, Sheree Bux- Christiansen, Cheri DeVries, Coni Dreyer, Cheryl Haugen, Lois Iver sen, 10, Shirley Lar- Laura Minder, Jo- and Cherie Rider. Pavek, Bethany Scales. Almond, Tim Conaway, Start Dennis, Ruth Danae Johnson 12, Joy- Linette Steffan, Mona Tre- Wamsley, Kay bebbie Wilkinson. Hemann, Brad Sandmeyer, Jo- Catherine Penny, and Judy Ziegler. Carey, Archer Jansen, Tom Dige, Wanda Driver, Kim Ell- AnnKris- Muller. Andersen, Mark Rocky Norl, Vickie Bux- a Buxbaum, Carrie Erickson, Zona 3.2 -- Jerry Foss, Dale Seun, Jan Siddoway, Marilyn Ander- son, Cathy Cerkovnik, Jamie Kallevig, Diane Lang, Laurel McKinstry, Donna McMlllen, Inez Morrison, Lana Paladi- chuk, Sharyl Rhodes, Patty Sharp and Marilyn Skaar. 3.1 -- Tim Evanso Robert Iversen, Dexter Thiel, Penw Knaff, Ellen Neer, Paula Nor- by, Ardis Olsen, Becky Petrlk and Nancy Stlp. 3.0 -- Tom Braaten, Lance Brunsvold, Randy Burns. Jim Carranza, Kirby Dasinger, Brent Kallevig, Tim Knaff, Rob- bie Kunstmann, David La, David Lauridsen, Dan Muller, Steve Mullen, Terence Neff, Ronald Norton, Rod Propp, Steve Radke, Steve Wick, Bruce Yonngquiat, Vicki Degel, Mar- lys Lewis, Renee Prevost, Peg- gy Sythe, Pen 8ythe, Joann Wolff, Cindy Zadow and Janet Zeiszler. Gall Ann Harker To Wed Dec. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie D. Harker of Fenton, m., amine, the engagement of their daugh- ter, Gall Arm, to Nels Daniel Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Nelson of Sidney. Baisch, Bruce Erickson, Paul Gartner, David Sobolik, Eric Wil- Beck, Char- Juanita Bux- banner, Lynn Das- LaCounte, Nan- tl, Nancy Peter- Ander son, Tom Dige, Janet Driver, Sandee Debbie Kathlee La- Lar son, Debra Mar- Carol Price, San- Williams A Dec. 18 wedding is plan- ned at 10 a.m. in United MethO- dist Church in Feoton. Both are empled at Burpee Seed Co. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mel- land attended a State Board meeting for retarded children last Saturday at Carrington. En route home, they were overnight guests at the Henry Zeman home in Minor. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jore of Keene brought a helatedhirth- day cake in honor of Clarence Melland on Sunday. Arnold Ol- son and Jim Neer were also Sunday visitors. A daughter, Crystal Ann, was born to Mr. and Mrs. ArtNeer, formerly of Alexander, now of Bismarck. Mrs. James Neer is at Bismarck caring for their otimr children. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Forthun and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Slagle and Noreen spent Wednesday at the Bill Forthun home, honoring John Forthun and Bill Forthun on their birth- days. Mr. and Mrs. Val Heinz re- turned home Sunday after a two week visit with his mother at Aberdeen, S. D., and his sister at Baltimore, Md. Gary Rod and John Jacobsen were Sunday business callers at the Godfrey Berg home. Ruth Lien spent a few days at Miles City with her daugh- ter, Mrs. Les Foutch, while her husband was hospitalized. Erma Pederson attended a pink and blue shower for her niece, Mrs. Freddie Samuelson, Saturday at Wafford. She also attended a farewell party at the Dan Lauer home for Mrs. Don Pederson and her mother, Ar- milda Kummer, Sunday. They are moving to Wahpeton after Thanksgiving. Myrtle Albrightson visited her sister and husband, Fred Monsons, at Wi,iston, for several days hefore he was ad- mitted to a Minor hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lind- sley visttad his sister and hus- band near Cartwright Wednes- dW evening. During the day Mrs. Lindsley moved hermoth- er, Bessie Stevenson, intoWill- iston for the winter months. Delune lhli and Ray Powell of Denver, Colo., were callers at the Nmnan Rod home, Satur- clay, during deer season. Marcia and Marilyn Safely went home with the Arnie Moes after church to honor Beverly Mac on her 13th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Safely, Donna and Lila, came in the evening for supper. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Link and family, Harwood, N. D., were guests at the Lld Pew- ell home while here for deer hunting. Fro meeting was held at the school Thursday. Business meeting was led ! Ray Mraclmk in rite absence of Val Hienz, the president. The program con- sisted of a film shown  Karen Fleck of Grasay Butte, of her trip tothe Netherlands last sum- mer where she spent three months. Hostesses were Mines. George Rebso Glenn HelHUg and Rndney Fretiand. Peter Helling spent the week- end at home heling his folks move cattle. Carrel Gustafson . and Bruce Helling alsoassisted. Mrs. Glenn Helllng visited her mother at the Good Shep- herd Home, Fridw. In the eve- ning, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rod visited hen and Gilbert. Sunday, November 28 1:00 -- 5:00 p.m. I III III I I I I I1|1 III II II Everyone Welcome SIDNEY GREENHOUSE The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1971 - 7 : Jayceens Taught Holiday Arrangil0000 The Sidney Jayceens met at lowing projects: orange sale and the Richland National Bank on shopping tour, gifts to Warm Nov. 15, with Mrs. Edward Springs, gifts and cakes to be Kristiansen from Inger's Flor- presented to the Senior Citi- al Shop giving a demonstration zens and Keenngers, the M.R.R. on holiday floral arranging. CHnic to be held after the first Kathy Crowell, chairman, re- of the year, the Christmasparty ported on the plans being made for the Special Education Class for the Jayceen Christmas Ba- and a Jaycee Appreciation Din- her to be held in January. zaar, Dec. 4, in Sidney. The Jayceens voted to buy a Reports were given on the new camera to keep records of Halloween Party for Jayceen Jayceen activities and to as- children, the membership din- sist the Jaycees in their bidfor her in Glendive, the concession State Fall Board next fall. for the teenage dance, the Eco- The Jayceens are presently nomic Planning Survey, the selling yearly program plan- lunch for the Jaycee Get Ac- hers, the profit to be used to qualnted Party, the Community buY hide-a-bed chairs for the Planning Meeting held Nov. 9 pediatrics ward of the hospital. and the District Meeting heldat Hostesses for the evening Circle anNoy. 13. were Mrs. Ron Soiseth and .... .... Plans were made for the fol- Mrs. Larry Ballantyne. WELCOME TO SIDNEY - Mr. and Mrs. Phil Junso of Aberdeen, S. D., are the new operators oftheGamblesStoreinSidney, asofNov, l. Phil and Lois have five child- H Census Notes ren; Doug, 16; Jeff, 15; Pam, 14; Kevin, 9 and Joel, 4, who all help in the store and ouse attend school in Sidney, except for Joel, Mrs. Junso noted. He formerly worked in the appliancedepartmentatTempo, S. D., with Gambles and she worked for Con- 3 514 For Richland trol Data, a computer company in South Dakota. t The 1970 Census of Housing housing units with complete kit- counted 3,514 housing units in chen facilities and 3,064 with s complete bathrooms, bothfor Maline - Horsecreek 00.househlds had atleastnnetele-set (1,102 UHF - holds.the exclusive use ofthe house- equipped), the Bureau of the Owners occupied 2,089 units, MRS. RICHARD ANDERSON Mrs. Arnie Gietzen. The Hart- iety Show in Witliston, FridaY, Census, U. S. Department of renters 971 units and a total o( The Highland ALCW met at sons drove on to Billingswhere were Mr. and Mrs. Alton Oian. Commerce, announced. Theflg- 346 units were vacant year the church, MondaY, to make they were guests of Mr. and Helping at the Alexander Lads ures are from the first report round with 30 for sale and 77 Chrismons, symbols of Chris- Mrs. Bernie Madsen. They also and Lassies 4-H ClubBakeSale, for Montana which presents de- for rent. tianity, to decorate the church, visited Karen Hanson and Jim Saturday, were Mrs. Clarence tailed statistics on housing for Copies of the report, Detsil- The ladies helping were Mrs. Winters. Sorenson, Mrs. Stanley For- each county, ed Characteristics, 1970 Cen- Kermeth Haugen, Mrs. AltonOi- Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Powell thun, Mrs. Richard Anderson The report shows that in the sus  Housing, Montana, HC an, Mrs. Ralph Cross, Mrs. attended the Farm Bureau Con- and all the members. Arthur county: (I) - 1328, are available foe Morris Cross and Mrs. Earl venflon in Fargo as delegates Winden won the turkey the club There were 374 housing units $1.50 each from the Sulmrin- Warenke. for McKenzie County. raffled, with air conditioning (286 with tendent ofDoctunents, U.S.Gov- Mr. and Mrs. Leif Hanson Overnight guests at the Alton Many from the community at- room units and 88withacentral ernment Printing Office, Wash- and Yvonne and Mrs. Ronald Oians on Tuesday were Mr. and tended the Sons of NOrWaY lute- System), 2,298 units with a ington, D. C. 20402, or from Hanson and Scan went to Glen- Mrs. Wib Bolson en route to risk supper in Fairivew, Sutur- clothes washing machine, 6,498 U.S. Department of Commerce dive, TuesdaY, wke they left Jamestown. daY. Helping work were Kermeth with a clothes dryer and 471 field offices located in major Scan to staY with his aunt, Crosses gathered cattle and Haugen, Mr. and Mrs. Orville with a dishwasher, cities. sold calves to Chris Iverson on Haugen, Mr. and Mrs. Mike The 1970 population was 9,- Friday. The men helping ride Pederson and Suzy and Mr. and 837, with an average of 3.2per- were Orville, Danny and Ken- Mrs. Richard Anderson, Clif- sons per ho.sieg SocieW Memorials Appe th Haugen, Art Weber, Wayne ford and Greg. Those attending A total of 2,356 housing units al To Stop Warenke and Luther Haugen. were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence were built before 1949, 512 The Mondak Historical and Mr. and Mrs. Art Weber, Sorenson, Leif and Jim Hanson, during the 1950's, 290 during Art $ocietygratefully acknow- Killing Of Cattle Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Soren- Morris Cross family, Dorothy 1960-64 and 248 within the five ledges receipt of the following Montana stockgrowers are son and Mrs. BillBottke attend- Mee, Mr. and Mrs.RalphCross years preceding the April 1970 memorials: appealing to all responsible ed the Drama Club PlaY in A1- and Donald, Tami and LeAnn census. To the memory  Andrew hunters to help in efforts to re- exander on Friday. Artie Web- Anderson. Utility gas was used to cook Hanto, from Mrs. Myrtle John- duce the killing, maiming and er, Vikki Bottke and Sally Sor- Suzy and Loretta Pederson the meals in 898 households, son. m theft of cattle this hunting sea- enson were in the cast of the visited at the D a 1 e Green- electricity in another 1,762 and To the memory of Nick Hun- son. plaY. woods on SundaY to help Nancy bottled, tank or LP gas in yet sen, from Ruth and ErvinJones I Marts Teigen, executive sec- Attending the LionsClubVar- Greenwood celebrate her birth- another 268. and from Mr. and Mrs. E. W retary of the Montana Stock- day. There were 3,177 occupied Page. growers Association, says, "Our losses are becoming so ..... ...... < ......... L great that we have got to have "Womens' Role" , ,,,1 i ,, 1 , 1 all the help we can get from the good hunters. We are asking Cited At Meeting that responsible hunters report II license numbers of vehicles Miss Thelma Berntson, pro- I which are operated by persons gram chairman, stirred the acting suspiciously in hunting members of Theta Chapter of areas." the Delta Kappa Gamma Society Teigen also issues this re- into a lively discussion of the minder, "The MSGA has a Changing Role of Women in To- standing reward for $I,000 for daY's Society at a coffee hour information leading to the ar- meeting Nov. 5, at the hospital- rest and conviction for stealing ity room at the Sidney National cattle and a $250 reward for Bank. killing or maiming of cattle." Questions included: Which do WILL B| OPEN "In view of ever increasing you think is the greater prob- thefts and butcherings of cattle, lem -- Choosing between a ca- the A ssociation stands ready to reer and marriage or combining E00fERY NIGHT help protect their member s with the roles of wife - mother and a these rewards," Teigen con- professional career? Dowomen cludes, choose to work because ofnec- e ssity, for diversion or for chal- EXCEPT SATU RDAY lenge? Should women confine their work outside the home to volunteer service work? Has the . HRISTMAS UNTIL C into the labor force been agoud thing for society? Mrs. Elizabeth Little, presi- dent, directed member attention H EDDERICHS HOLIDAY SCHEDU LE: to the scholarships that are available, European seminars MONDAY THRU FRIDAYS and study publications. Plans for the annual Christ- 9:30 AM TO 9:.00 PM mas party, no host at Glendive, Dec. 4, were completed. The World Fellowship project will be the theme. Hostesses will be SATU RDAY Mesdames Vicki Servas, Claire Anderson andAlma Ragar. 9:30 AM TO 5:30 PM Hostesses for the November i meeting were Shirley Anderson, Bertha Hall and Eva Mac Lar- " YES You Can Exchange Your ii INTER.0FFICE Gift From Hedderichs Through MW0 Jan. 1 5,. 1 972! Hedderich's Gift Certificates Will Be Honored "Sunday the In Their All New Re-Modeled off the besket-  ball season  Oo .o00.28wh00 Store, Scheduled To _._ en In they Nay the March, 1 972! ores here." Lower Prices And z=v s0v,: ..,,., ,o, ,-, _ Fantastic Store- Wide Saving s ton, folk=. Gsther the troops and attend the first home bmketball game this Go Esglesl" /J --TRY-- Carpenter- Seitz Ill MAIN ST WILUSTObI N. DAK. Agency Phone 482-1411 ........ I I I III I I I II I II I III I II III