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clson s Greetings Amigos weesh you many Happy's ALL of us remind you . . . we are boking for homes The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1971 - 11 Ross Price Slated For Sidney Church Dr. Ross E. Price, district superintendent of the Rocky Mountain District for the Church of the Nazarene, will be in special meetings at the Church of the Nazarene, at Sidney, from Nov. 29 through Dec. 5. Dr. Price is a native of these parts. His parents home- steaded at Frcid in 1906, and when his father died, his moth- er took another homestead at Poplar in 1914. He was born at Culbertsen, and graduated from the High School at Frcid. He joined the Church of the Naza- rene at Froid in 1920, and was ordained to the ministry at Laurel in 1933. His education, after high school, was obtained in several colleges a n d universitis across the nation. AtNorthwest Nazarene ColleCe, in Nampa, Idaho, he obtmnea tns A. iS. degree. At PasadenaCollege, in Pasadena, Calif., he received his M. A. and B. D. degrees, and was later awarded the hon- orary D. D. degree. At McCor- mick Seminary in Chicago, he was granted his M. Th. degree, and earned his Ph. D. degree from the University of South- ern California, in Los Angeles. Dr. Price has a wide back- ground of preaching and teach- iug. For 15 years he served as pastor, 10 years of which were spent in Billings. For 25 years he has worked in colleges, as professor and dean. He lsincon- stant demand as visiting pro- lessor and lecturer, and each winter spends several weeks in teaching courses at verious col- leges. In 1970 he was elected district superintendent of his home state. He is the author of a number of books, and is a contributiug writer to several publications. He has written for several of the more recent Bible commen- taries. Dr. Price has lectured fur a number of tours to the Holy Land, and has made two trips around the world. His wide experience keeps Idm in constant demand as a camp meeting evangelist and speaker in numerous functions across the nation. Services will be held each week night at 7:30 p.m., and on Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. The People of the area are in- vited to hear this renouned"lo- ca/boy, who made gond,- noted Pastor EvanKacchele of the Sid- ney Church. Grandview Area News Mr. and Mrs. Henry Etze! and Ann, Wolf Point, visited Mr. and Mrs. Myron Doornek, Thursday. Mrs. William Fatziuger and were Sidney callers, Fri- day, to visit Mrs. Cora Keller. Florene Fatr returned heine with them for the week- end. Don Handles and Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Curlsen left Friday for Lake Park, Mhm., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Nell Handlos over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. C.harles Carl- sen visRedMrMrs. Ver- her King, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Alex- ander visited George Peters at the Poplar Rest Home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Fat. zinger visited Mr. and Mrs. James Fredricksen, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. DeVo Bivens and bs and Mr. andMrs. Mar- vin Mitchell and bys of Rich- ey were Sunday dirmer guests of Mr. and Mrs. HaroidBivens. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Voorhees of Poplar were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winhofer. In the afternoon, the Winlm/ers arm Dwayne Hines visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pil- grim Jr. In the evening, they called on the Johnnie Johustons. Mr. and Mrs. Verner King visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carlsen, Sunday. Don Handlos was a luncheon guest of Mr. and Mrs. Verner King, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. FrankWinhefer and Dwayne Hines visited Mr. and Mrs. Myron Doornek, Mon- day. Mrs. Frank Winher and Dwayne Hines visited the W. L. Voorhees home in Poplar, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Milne were luncheon guests of Sara Milne in Sidney, Thursday, and visited Mr. andMrs. ROyce Mll- ne in the Afternoon. Dishon At Texas Navy Airman Richard D. Dishon0 sen of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Dishon of Sidney, is serving with Training Squadron 26, Naval Air Station, Chase Field, Beeville, Tex. YOUR MONEY OR YOUR ICE - Kevin Boehler, a fledgling crook in march of ice, attempts to find out where it is from Vickie Chase, another member of the play cast at Fairview High School. The play, "Exit the Body," was presented Friday night by the school, under the direction of Jack Sutton. RICHEY AREA NEWS Basketball This Weekend HELEN H. HANSON The A and B squad basket- ball team will play the Bninville Bulldogs at Balnville on Dec. 3. On Dec. 4, the Rlchey Grade Basketball team, the girls bas- kethall team and A and B squad teams will play the Savage team at Rlchey. The gameswillbegin at 3:30 p.m. The Richey Schools will close Nov. 24 at noon for the remain- tier of the week for Thuksgiving vacation, and will resume again on Nov. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Culver accompanied  Edithe Nelson, drive to Baker Sunday to visit the Russell Culvers. Mrs. Rus- sell Culver had just returned home from the Holy Rosary Hos- pital in Miles City where she had major surgery. Mrs. Roslyn Milne visited Mrs. Glen Coutts in Billings, Nov. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Art Radcliffe, Mr. and Mrs. Peterson from Lindsay, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and SaxtonCumming as- sisted Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cum- mings in moving their belong- ings and household furniture into their newly built country hTtV, Sunday. Mrs. SaxtmtCummings and daughter, Mrs. Ray King, left Suncl for California to visit the former's other daughter, Juantta and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Arian Hruhes are visiting their parents, the Lloyd s and the John Hrubes' over the Thaaksgivtug weekend. The Eggums and Arian Hrubes' and Vera Roles will have Thanksgiving Day dinner In the John Hrubes home. Thuksgiving D dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Cummings in Sidney were Mrs. Donna Cummings, Suxton Cum- mings and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cummings and sons. Word of the death of Albert Kaasen in Mackay, Idaho, has been received in Richey. Kaa- sen passed away on Sept. 12 of a heart attack. He came to Richay In 1933 where he owned mad operated the light plant, In he sold the plant to REA Chrktmas Mouse only $2.75 while they last and the Kaasens moved toWasi- itgton state for a year. At that me he became er of Lost River REA in Mackay. He had been there until his death. Dur- ivg his years in Mackay he was president of the Idaho Cooper- ative Utilities and received a dlstlrgu/sbed service award flrom the Northwest Public Pow- .vr Associalion. Surviving are hiswidow, Ber- nice and daughter, Mrs. Dar- rell (Evonne) Evens. The American Legiun Auxil- iary held their November meet- irg in the City Library with nine members present. Mrs. Ruben Brown and Mrs. E. H. Walker were hostesses. The president, Mrs. J. L. Ralsl, presided at the business session. Bill Greiman gave a Bc State report at this time and Mrs. Ole Jensengave a comPlete delegates report on District 10 meeting held in Sid- ney. Arezflr "Htl Pled to the Flag was Originated," was given by Gladys Volbrecht. Farm Bureau Notes Delegates Montana State Farm Bureau Federation Convention dele- gates attending from Rlchlami County were Sherlll and Vera Henderson, Roscoe Deming and Garfield IAnde, Insurance agent, who attended the meet- ings deal/rwithinsurmce. The convention was held attlmRnin- bow Hotel in Great Falls. The welcome was given by Mayor John McLaughlln, Great Falls, with response byHjcrtm- "Babe" Hjartarsc, vlcepreal- dent, MSFBF. Other principle speakers were Cessman John Malcher; Attorney Gener- al Robert Wocdahl; Senator Dzlve, majority leader, Great Falls; Cliff Mclntire, director of Natural Resonrces Divl. sions, American Farm Bureau Federation; Bernard Harkness, President of MSFBF; and RO- selin Wilson, ehuirm state womens' committee. Roscoe Denting, secretary A Thmnksglving box will be seat to this Unit's adopted boy at Pine Hills. Each member brought gifts to be sent to the VA Gift Shop in Miles City. The December meeting will be held on the 14th, hosted Clara Soft and Celia Gibson at the Library. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kmuts left Nov. 17 for Auburn, Wash., beirg, called there I the serious illness of his sister, Mrs. Jobn Frisvold. The KJiautsw/I/spend Thasgiving with Ms relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knmts, Mrs. Fld Durfey and Mrs. Krina Hen, all attondedthe funeral of the later' s sislmr-in* law. Mrs, Louis Hen, inCart- wright, N. D., Nov. 16.surviees were held from the Itheran Church there. Ma from Rieh attended the Commtmfly Ccertin Glen- dive. The Rich area has about 25 people with memberalflp. Buddy Taylor has been seat to Fort Lewis, Waeh,, f his basle WMnil In the U, & Ar- my. He egacts tobe home or Christmas. Lea Grotnes. Ida friend, Mr. Wirts, from DetrtLakes, Mlm., were dlmmr, guests Mr. and Mrs. Lars Olson, Nov. 18, .and als0 called .on Chrtstina and Helen Hanmm before on to the Jordon Area to do seine 1. Recent Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ge,e Mlckelson, Mr, and Mrs. RUWIn and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown were Mr. md Mrs. Walter Ehel ct.. Mrs. 1 is a sister to Mrs. Mrs. ro.' ' Mrs. FAsie.Grow  Enid had Sunday dlnmr with Mrs. Call/son. After  Mr. md Mrs. Chester Grow and Mrs. FJMe Grow, accompanied I 10m and Valerte Baldwin, drove to Wolf Pnint to visit the two later's 8raW.other. MrS. Al- ice Baldwin. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Ed 'Bahsl were Mr. and Mrs.Earl . Hawie and Mr. ud Mrs. Frank Cummin, all of Sidney. Sunday dinner guests  Mr. and Mrs. George Crockett were her sister, ZeldaLevenso al- so Katie Schultz etSidney,Thuy also attended services at the CMA Church that morning. Mr. md Mrs. Bilt H. were weekend visitors  Mr. and Mrs.  Miller ia Fal- lop. Celia G/bsee returned home Pr/daY from a three-week st in Sidmy. Mrs. Muarrickreturn- ed hume from a flu'ee -d st in the Circle Hospital andS.Mrs. Lars Olsen came home Sund rom a three-d hotalizlca in the Ccmmtmity Hospital in Olendive. Janice Olheiser and Jemma, Sidney, were overrdght guests Sattwd of her paremsinRlch. ey. need is a Spanish Mouse in your Horlay House We are waiting -- Amigos. So pase? @ Fli hl nd N.T, ON.LBF]NK -SIDNEY MONTANA (Merry Chreesmas!) Musical Group Set For Church The Trinity Treutmdma's, a 22-voice contemlrary musical eteaking group from ty Bible InatRum tn Jamestown, N. D., will be at the Auembl of God CiWFCh in Sidnay,. NOV. 28 at 70 p.m. The Trouhadonrs. presm a fast movi pregram of flo duets, trios, quartets sndgp s/r, aceommle tv  t- am, hoae agtarJ. The intormal formatisintersrsed with tesflmontes as the Treuba- dws tell of their fal|hinJems Christ. Facul members, Rev and Mrs. Robert Garrim, ael with the group. Their to dur-