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LaLONDE HOTEL THANKSGIVING SMORGASBORD Nov. 25 - 12 noon to 4p.m. Call: 482-2520 for Reservations 8. The Sidney/Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1971 Sidney School Menu Sidney' s School lunch menu for Nov. 29 through Dec. 3 is as follows: Mcwlay, Nov. 29- Spanish rice, buttered peas, buttered buns, apricot sauce and milk. TuesdJ, Nov. 30- Noodles and pork, slaw with pineapple and marshmallows, buttered buns, peanut butter cookies and milk. Wednesday, Dec. 1- Ham and potatoes, buttered corn, but- tered buns and upside down cake. Sidney B&PW Receive Award The 1970-71 award to the Sid- my Business and Professional Women's Club for greatest in- cream of membership for all BPW clubs in the state wasdis- played at the November meet- ing held at the Lalonde Hotel dining room recently. The card parties for money raising purposes was dis- cussed. It was decided they would be continued through the winter. Dates of the parties will be advertised later. The memorial committee re- ported that the picture in mem- ory of deceased members was presented totbe Community Me- morial Hospital to be hung in the room furnished by the BPW Club. The program chairman gave a resume of the club's accom- plishments and projects since the club was started in 1958. "Hmrsdw, Dec. 2- Chili, butl.xed buns, lettuce and fruit cocktail salad, butterscotch pudding and milk. Fridw, Dec. 3- Macaroni and cheese, green beans, one- half apple, buttered buns and milk. Local Item Mrs. Alma Clark of Portage LaPrairie, Manitoba, Canada, spent a month visiting relatlves in the country andSidney.Sheis the sister of the late Bailey Fisher and has many nieces and nephews throaghout the corn- inanity. She stayed in Sidney with Lucy Fisher and was entertained at parties and dinners by friends and relatives. She spent much time with the relatives in the country, staying with the .Henry Millers, Harold Tolksdorfs, Leslie Candees, Mike Fishers, Bill Fishers and mscty friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tolks- dorf took her back to her home in Canada, Saturday, returning Sunday. Slate Services Funeral services for James 'Bennie' Palmer, 54, formerly of Sidney, will be held at 1:30 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 26, at Fulkerson Memorial Chapel in Sidney with the Rev. Arnold Brown officiating. Burial will be in Sidney Cemetery. WHEN DO WE EAT? - George Purdy recently assumed his duties as chef at the Lalonde Hotel. Purdy, a Maine native, is married and has five children. He was former- ly the executive chef at the Peach Tree Golf and Country Club, Marysville, Calif. Purdy, holder of three Gold Chef Awards and a presidential citation for his culinary art, specializes in ice carvings and tallow sculpture tabode decorations. He has been a consulting chef for Holiday Inns and the Executive Chef for the Red Lion Inn of Canada. Purdy will be in complete charge of the food and food management in the Lalonde Hotel, according to Eve Putnam, owner and manager. AT the PIANO BAR PAT McELLIGOT Singing and Playing for your pleasure Smorgasbord every 12 noon to 3p.m. lll O O00 O O  DECA : l News I L A The DECA Chapter had ahay- ride Nov. 5, which was followed by a wiener roast at Richland Park. The DECA students will be sacking candy for Kiwanis this week to be used for Santa's Day, this Saturday. The chapter would like to remind all the people who bought magazines from them earlier this year that the first issues should start coming any time now. Christmas Idea From Pine Hills Many people have asked how they can help with the observ- ance of Christmas at Pine Hills School in Miles City. Since many of the boys remain on the campus over the holidays, gifts for them would be especially appreciated, Don T. Holliday, superintendent, noted. Persons who do not have the time or cannot decide what to buy, may send cash. Cash is a good gift since we make ar- rangements for the students m go down town and purchase what they would like with the money given for Christmas. For those wishing to send items, listed below are a few things boys enjoy: Toilet articles, playing cards, dress gloves, sport shirts, games, billfolds, belts, and machine washable sweat- ers. It's Your Mud "He who creates a hazard can be held liable," stated John- ny Schmitt, Sidney Chief of Police, when asked who is re- sponsible for an accident cans- ed by clumps of mud in the road, fallen trees, cattle on the highway and other such items. So, if your truck carriesmud on the road, you're responsible he said. In order to determine who the clump of nmd belmlgs to, the soil is often analyzed in the field and on the truck and com- pared with the one causing the accident -- or near accident, Schmitt reported. The same goes for trees on someones property, he noted, adding that the owner of the property where the tree fell from is held responsible. "You are responsible for anythingyou own," Schmitt said, "and ffyour cow, your dog, your car or any- thing causes an accident, it could be up to you to pay the damages." Group Gathers The Ladle s Missionary Prayer Fellowship of the Sidney Alliance Church met Tuesday for their Thanksgiving meeting at the home of theAllyn Watts, south of Sidney. Mrs. Gall McKnight was the co-hostess. A report on the book, There I Stood in All My Splendor, was given by Mrs. Inga Swanson. In answering rod call the la- dies recited averse of scripture that bad either the word "thanks" or "thanksgiving" in it. Mrs. Marjorie Donaldson, president, led the group. Cuff Links s29s Diamond Ring Sets as low as $55 oo Key Holderss from $3 95 MEN'S and LADIES' RINGS in all PRICES Many Different Styles in Love Rings .d Smile at John Stockhill J / 1, _ - "'The House of Diamonds" in Sidney Sidney Cleaners & Laundry "Your Sanitone Cleaners" Free Pickup and Delivery Phone 482-1405 Max' s T exaco Station and Bulk Plant 24 hour service 24 hour wrecker service 0 IID O Phone 482- 3245 Central Standard Drive in now for an oil and filter change! Phone 482-1004 Sidney, Montana Snowflake Bakery Family Loaf Bread Pastries and Rolls Eugene and Marlene Sattler 119 So. Central - Phone 482 - 1806 Sidney, Montana The Sidney National Bank Your Time and Temperature Bank Member: Federal Reserve Bank Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. GO - GO SIDNEY Sidney High School BASKETBALL Home Games November 28 - 7:30 ..................................... Williston December 11 ....................................................... Havre December 12 ................................. Great Falls Central December 18 ..................................................... Hardin January 8 ...................................................... Glendive January 15 ......................................................... Laurel January 16 ........................................... Billings Central January 22 ................................................... Miles City January 30 .................................................. Wolf Point February 12 .................................................... Glasgow Junior Varsity vs. Williston Freshmen vs. Williston - 4:00 p.m. Varsity Basketball Gpmes at 8:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Junior Varsity Games at 6:15 p.m. EAGLES 1971 I 72 Sidney High School Roster Name No. Position Year Height Craig Qualley .......... 12-13 G 11 5'11" Steve Qualley .......... 14-15 G 12 5'10" Blaine Getchell ........ 20-21 G 12 5'9'" Steve Baisch ........... 22-23 G 11 5'9" Bob Mocko ............. 24-25 F 11 5'10" Rocky Norby .......... 30-31 F 12 6"2" Doug Lang .............. 32-33 F 12 6'0" Steve Carey ............. 34-35 F 10 6'0" Dexter Thiel ........... 40-41 C 11 6'2" Steve Johnson ......... 42-43 F 11 6'1" Steve Radke ........... 44-45 C 12 6'5" Tom Lorenz ........... 50-51 C 11 6'5" Head Coach: Brent Potts Ass't Coaches: Bill Zimmerman and Mike Gear Cheerleaders: Kim Dasinger, Jann Harper, Penny McMorris, Carol Minder and Sandy Torgerson Sidney Auto Wrecking Co. Northwest of Sidney Phone 482- 1406 Rasmussen' s Your Happy Motoring Station Phone 482-1008 Sidney, Montana Pacific Hide and REX & BiLL SMELSER * FENCING * STRUCTURAL STEEL : RE BAR & RE MESH CASINO ORANGEBURG & WELL Phone: 482-1301- 211 .gth Ave. Carpenter-SeitZ Agency For all your insurance needs Call Bill or Kay Phone 482 - 1411 The MINT Bar and Care OPEN 24 HOURS A D AY. 119 N. Central AVe. Sidney, Montana D & S Tire & Oil Your Goodyear Tire Dealer "41lIP ,41limp ,1111, Phone 482 - 2508 GOOnt"EAm Dutch Mill Just Good Food and Good Service Open after all games Phone: 482-2601 West on merchants who support the Sidney EaglesJ Pepsi- Cola Bottling Co. "You've got a lot to li,, Pepsi's got a lot to give Phone: 482" 3403 Lalonde Hotel Relaxing Ent ertain# Nightly in the Loun and a fine =ce to s1Y aft Photo 482-2520