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WISHES WERE MADE - Santa Claus made a special visit to Sidney on with several hundred children eagerly waiting to climb on his lap and make Despite cold weather, Santa remained jolly and completed his gift children in the area. abe Area News Notes r guests Saturday at Salvevold home were Bob Farrel and Mrs. P. C. Olsen Olsen were din- of Mr. and Mrs. Olsen, Thanksgiving ; Visiting at the Tom Wednesday eve- of Barb's birth- Mr. and Mrs. Arvon Jim and Gail, and J. A. Nickolson. Mrs. Henry Ander- Thanksgiving day in relative s. at the Glen Larsen were Mr. and and faro- r; Mr. and Mrs. John family, and Holger dinner guests Mrs. Arvon Salve- Mr. and Mrs. Chuck and family, Mr. and Larsen and faro- Me- guests on Thanksgiv- the Maynard Ander- Mr. and Mrs. Myron, Ar- Mrs. Marie Mrs. Le- and family, Sco- Mrs. Bob Copen- Glendive, and students home day holi- Jerry HOf- Dawn An- ai Owen Thomsen, Gail Salvevold and Billings. dinner guests - Larsen home were Glen Larsen and and Mrs. family, Mr. and ly, Fred Wix and and Mrs. Arlie and Mr. and and family. Bob Ralston and Brockton, were supper guests. gUests at the Agnes to honor her on her birthday, were Esther Gil- bertson, Marie Lynggard and Carrie Thomsen in the after- noon. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Arvon Salvevold, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jensen, Clara Salvevold and Agnes Odden. Karla Ralston had the mis- fortune of breaking a hone in her ankle, Sunday, by jumping off the haystack. Claudine Hekkel was home from Wolf Point at the Ira Jensens for the holidays. Lutefisk supper guests at the Clara Salvevold home were Sharon Schledewitz and Mr. Service Appeal Set For Sidney The 68th annual World Serv- ice Appeal of the Seventh - day Adventist Church begins Dec. 2. For the Sidney church, it is the third time the fund drive has been ponsored. Funds solicited extend the church's hand of physical, edu- cational and spiritual aid in 193 countries, including the United States. On a worldwide basis, Seventh - day Adventists aided more than nine million persons last year. They gave nearly 12 million items of clothing, donated more than $5. million in food and cash and ce 10.8 million hours of volunteer service to those in need, The two - million - member denomination operates 138 hos- pitals and sanitariums and 166 dispensaries and clinics, which treated 3.8 million persons in 1969. Adventists support a school ystemenrolHng 370,000 students. They publish litera- ture in 273 languages and dia- lects. Members of the local Adven- tist church will make door -to- door visits. ',These volunteers are donating their time as well as contributing financially themselves to the appeal," stat- ed Pastor Halyard B. Thorn- sen of the church. THE Y STARTS AT *268.50 MONTH Up from $134.50 a month and even mention free meals, free clothing, free and dental care, free job education, and 30 day's a year. For details, see )resentative. ARMY WANTS TO JOIN YOU A MUCH HIGHER SALARY and Mrs. Arvon Salvevold, Jim and Gall. Visiting over the Thanksgiv- ing holiday at the Maynard An- derson home was their grand- daughter, Cindy Waldie, Glen- dive. Dinner guests, Thursday, of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jensen were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nelsen, Agnes Odden and AgnesJensen. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jensen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Oelkers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Waldo and family were dinner guests on Thanks- giving day of Mr. and Mrs. David Luft, Culbertson. Dinner guests at the Wilfred Herness home, Thursday, were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Thomsen and Mr. and Mrs. ArnoldThom- sen and Alan. Lane Larsen and BrendaLar- sen were Thursday overnight guests at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lar sen. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jensen were Sunday callers attheGott- lleb Loft home, Froid. Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Nichol- son, Miles CitY, were Thanks- giving day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nelsen. Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. How- ard Gobbs were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fryhling and Dianna, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gobbs andfarn- ity and Mr. andMrs.JackYoss, Sidney. Myron Andersen, Peerless, and Dawn Andersen visited in Glendive, Friday, with Dawn's sister, Dianne Waldie. News From Around Alexander MRS. GLENN HELLING homes in Williston. iston were Wednesday evening Mrs. Emmet Chisholm was The Lads and Lasses 4-H visitors. honored on her birthday, sun- Club sponsored a bake sale and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rod day, when Mr. and Mrs. Art a turkey raffle last Saturday at and David drove to Minot, Fri- Johnson and Mabel Ellingson, the laundromate. Art Winden day. They visited his sisterand Watford City, brought aprepar- won the 20 pound turkey, family, Ralph Carpentiers, d ed dinner. Afternoon guests Louis Waslif and Mr. and her nieces, Helen Nix andOlive were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Godfrey Berg were Mon- Glasoe. Berg and MAssy, Mrs. George day afternoon visitors at the Mrs. Lester Johnson was Mosby and Darlene, Mr. and Glenn Hellings. hostess to a party Monday. Mrs. D. Johnson, Watford City, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mel- Present were Mmes. CbetMon- and her son, Al, who cume in the land and Timmie were Sunday son, MarvinHaugland, JoelHer- evening. Decorated birthday supper guests at the Curt Mel- hess, William Klym and Ruth cakes were brought by her sis- lands, Williston. Lien. ter, Mabel Ellingson and Dar- Gayle Slagle, son of Mrs. Mrs. Armosa Weber was re- lene Mosby. June Slagle, Alexander, was leased from the Mercy Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Bjorn- badly injured when a helicopter Tuesday. stad of Arnegard were Thurs- in which he was a passenger Mrs. Ruth Lien was a dinner day visitors at the Jerry Sla- was downed on a military mis- guest at the George Larson gle home. Mrs. David Iverson sion in Vietnam, Nov. 18. He home, Sunday. She visited An- and Hal of Sidney and Mr. and also was wounded last May derina Gunderson andMrs. Em- Mrs. Joe Iverson of Williston when he was blown out of atank met Chisholm, Thursday. were Friday visitors. Saturday at Vietnam. His mother receiv- Mr. and Mrs. Ole Melland visitors at the Slagles were ed word a few days ago saying and Mrs. Ruth Lien attended the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Forthun and he has been taken off the serious funeral services for Mrs. Hen- Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Harold list. sine Heggin, Tuesday, at Cart- Monson and Mr. and Mrs. Stan- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Slagle wright. Icy Forthun. They all came to were Tuesday visitors at the Mr. and Mrs. Dean Monson help Mrs. Slagle celebrate her Glenn Hellings. Mr. and Mrs. of Bismarck are spending birthday. Her daughter, Mrs. Jim Evanson and Todd of Will- Thanksgiving week with rela- Iverson, brought a decorated fives at Alexander, Cartwright cake and Mrs. Bill Forthun and Sidney. brought two birthday cakes. Helen Nix of Minot, PhilBerg Mr. and Mrs. William Klym, Gorder Funeral of Fargo were weekend guests Dorothy and Donald drove to at the home of her parents, Bismarck and toured the Mary Held In Sidney the Glenn ttellings, while here College which their daughter is for deer hunting. David Rod interested in. A Memorial Mass of theRes- and Floyd Monson joined them Steven Monson and Conlie urrection for Scott F. Gorder, for Saturday forenoon coffee. Hermanson, who were emplted 19, of Sidney, was celebrated Mac Weiler, Jergen Steen by Lonie Johnson at Friona, at 9 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 27, and Guuda Jergens, Williston, Tex., arrived home a weekago. 1971, at St. Matthew's Catho- were Sunday visitors at the Mr. and Mrs. Gary ROd, Ter- lic Church in Sidney. Father Godfrey Berg home. ry and Susan, were Sunday din- Patrick Sampson was cele- Mrs. Julia Iteggin, Mrs. Jean- her guests at the Norman ROd brant. Altar servers were ette BOttke and Mrs. NoraLanz home. Mr. and Mrs. ErlingRod George Murray and Craig Her- honored Mrs. Godfrey Berg on of Williston were afternoon and bert. her birthday, Friday. Mrs; uth supper guests. Phil Jones, Sam and PatMal- Hienz and daughters, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bert- tese, Dick Propp and Rudy Tor- Mrs. James NeerJr., David An- ram, Mr. and Mrs. AlhertBrig- res sang "To Everytbing There derson, Williston, and Pete ttal- ham, Mrs. Ivy Hieky and Mr. Is A Season" and "The Lord's quist, Carson, S. D., visited and Mrs. Earl Lindsley, all of Prayer," with their own guitar there on Sunday. Williston, were Saturday visi- accompaniment. Mr. and Mrs. BndCrosbyand tots at the Leonard Lindsley Ushers were William McIn- children, Sidney, visited her home. tosh and Robert Hammer. folks, the Ole Mellands, Sun- Timmie Ribsom spent the Honorary pallbearers were day. weekend at Grassy Butte with Bill Harden, Frank Maltese, Custer Solem arrived home, Carla Fleck. Randy Fettig, Gregg Fedora, Tuesday, after visiting his Mr. and Mrs. Wally Herrid Toby Pansuk, Darrell Berger- daughter, Rite, at Helena, and and family, Willlston, spentSun- son, Larry yoongquist, Dale El- friends and relatives at Bil-" day with her mother and letson and Larry and Garry lings. brother, I-kiny, "Mrs. Hilda Elletson. Warnke." Scott Foster Gorder was horn Mr. and Mrs. Bill Forthun, Oct. 16, 1951, at Sidney, a son her mother, Mrs. DoraBrat- of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gorder. Square Dance cher, and sister, Mrs. Cliff He was raised and attended Olson, and Jefftokadecorat- SChools in Sidney andgraduat- Club Workshop ed birthday cake to Williston to ed from Sidney High School, honor Mrs. ForrestAblemanon May 28, 1969. He was a student The Mon Dak Mixers Square her birthday. They also attend- at Missoula Technical Center Dance Club held a workshop at ed the Blackwood Singers Con- at the time of his death, the VFW Club Saturday rght. eert at the high sehoolauditori- He died May 1, 1971, in an Several out - of - town dancers urn. auto accident near Lolo, when attended. Potluck lunch was Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mon- the car in which he was a pas- served. son, Dennis and DarrelForthun senger plunged intoLoloCreek. A regular meeting was held of WillistonwereSaturdayover- His body was never recovered, on Sunday, which included ad- night guests at the Bill For- Surviving him are his father, vanced dancing, round dancing thuns. Homer Gorder of Sidney; his and beginners. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sims of mother, Aimee Gorder of Rial- The regular meeting will be Fargo arri0d home Sunday at to, Calif.; two brothers, Tod of held as usual next Sunday. the Ford Simshome.They spent Sidney and Rex of Boulder; and The PoplarClub will he hav- Thanksgiving week with rela- one nephew, Shane Corder of ing their Christmas PartY, Dec. tives. Sidney. 7, at Poplar. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson visited at the Ellen McRay home in Sidney, Tuesday. They were dinner guests at the Sam Olson home, Thursday, in Williston. John Forthun of rural Alex- ander and David Iverson of Sid- ney went elk hunting from Tues- day until Saturday of last week. Diane Forthun and LorenJac- obson of Williston were brief callers at the Stanley Forthun home, Sunday. Patty Dwyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dwyer, together with other Youth Service Corp girls, spoke at the Lutheran churches in Granville, Norwich and Minot, about their work at Grafton, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Forthun were Sunday visitorsatthe Joho Heiler and Julius Fortbun ,SINCE 1846 Writing I nsvuments n 14 Karat Gold Filled Pen or Pencil .... $12.00 Set ............. $24.00 / John Stockhill Jewelers /.; "'The House of D/arao, ds" in Sidney The Sidney Herald. Sidnev. Mont. Wednesday. Dec_ 1, .1971 - 7 FEATURED MUSIC - The Sidney Christian and Mis- sionary Alliance Church will present special music at the Livestock, Inc., dinner, Dec. 6 at 6:30 p.m. The St. Paul Bible College Musical Ensemble includes (I-r) Eileen Ferry, Joan Crawford, Dan Dainsberg, Marty Dresser and Dwight Williams. O OOOO O %qlm Ot O O O O O O ql 1 ,Ramblln00 Alon00 ! I l Two day cattle sale again this week, Wednesday and Thursday, and another good run of calves is consigned for both days. There will be a good run of cows, yearlings and some choice bred heifers. There will be good stock cows too. Sheep and hogs will be sold this Mon- day as usual. Demand for all classes of cattle remainsvery strong, with calf price s fully steady and high- er. As mentioned before, give us a call when ready to sell as we can give you accurate informa- tion on prices and these prices may be higher than you realize. Local feeders are now active on all classes of feeders aloog with out of state buyers. Competitive Bidding: Buyer against buyer, talking price in a wide open arena. Competi- tior.-that is whatyou needwhen you sell. Yes we can guarantee you the best possible method of improving that check-- through competitive bidding. And the buyer has that good selection and sorted up, uniform bunches. Be sure to watch this page for special add on stock cows and bred heifers. At this writ- ing we are quite sure of 105 choice bred Hereford and Char- olais heifers plus 46 black white face and Angus. at Central Standard' s Newly Installed SELF SERVICE GAS PUMPS gal. * CONVENIENTLY LOCATED * NO WAITING * SO EASY /SLANg IN TOD AND FILLUP f STANDARD