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4- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Dec. 6, 1972 Sheltered W )rkshop Directors Hold Meet I{egion 5 Sheltered Workshop Board of birectors met in Miles City, Nov. 14, at Eastern Montana Industries. Mike Manky from Glendive explained Title 45. This is a program to help mentally retarded and handicapped people, 18 years of age and over. The referrals come through the Welfare office and Vocational Rehabilitation If the clients have been dropped by these programs, then through Title 45 they can pick them up again. This will help with board and room. Ted Oster, the workshop director, gave the financial -- report and explained the Shop&apos;s J progress. They have a contract I for 500 paper weights and 50 boot jacks. They have folded 9500 towels for the Miles City Iundry. Also they have been building rafters, stripping and refinishing furniture and making agate pen holders and ash trays. There are now 16 clienLs in the shop with room for four more. Foster homes arc available for clients from the various counties. Mi.s Sorenson, the Special Education teacher, reported on her class which meets every forenoon at. the Industries building, Any clients up to 2.5 years can take part in the class. Although work has been progressing well at the shop, it will never be quite self sup- l)ortin, Ted ester stated. They will always need donations from the 16 Eastern Counties they serve. Donations can be sent to Sheltered Workshop, Box t;3{;, Miles City, or to Board Member, Mrs. Jorgen Groskurth, 805 North Central, Sidney. The next meeting will be in ('ircle, Dec 12, at 1:30 at the Courthousc. The public is in- vited. Ralston I Roundup Activity continues at the .I.K. Ralston Museum and Art Center even though the winter hours are in effect. The classes in painting and photography are working away each we(k, while the Theatrical group is choosing a "melodrama" to cast after tho first of the year Don't f0rget our sales room when choosing your Christmas gifts. Perhaps a membership to the Mondak t]istorical and Arts Society would be a nice gift for some one ] STEAMING HOT -- Fried potatoes, onions, baked beans and lots of fish were part of the menu at the Fairview Volunteer Fire Depart- ment's annual Fish Fry and Stag Saturday night. Above, Ted Raffaell, left, and Nick Cayko, dish out food. Cooks fried up over 200 pounds of fish for the evening. -- Don Mrachek Photo Alexander Area News MRS. (;I,ENN HEIJ,ING After the beautiful weather we had (luring Thanksgiving our weather turned fronLgood to bad, cold, blowing snow and what have you. We guess winter is here. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reeves from Billings were overnight v, uests at the Arnie Moe home, Wednesday. They also visited relatives at Williston over Thanskgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Moe and Beverly were Thanksgiving l)ay guests at the I,eland Evjen Thanksgiving l)ay and funeral services were Nov. 27. Mrs. leawden visited her mother in Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson spent Wednesday through Friday, (luring Thanksgiving, at Dickinson with their son, Roland and wife. Wihna Monson spent Thanksgiving weekend at the Bill Monson home. Mr. anti Mrs. Jerome Heggin anti family were Thanks- giving weekend guests of the Bcn Oakland's in Bismarck. your turn because everyone in Klynis, Dater in the day they Sunday. your home will be showing off were all guest of the Albert Mrs. Anton Skedsvold was their instantly acquired play- M,.,, m el ...." criCKS , ingability And whenthe od 7,." "?.. ..... honor(d on her birthday, . ' ...... mr and ars AFnie oe anu Saturday, when a group of you cnoose ,s equ,ppeo wire .. . " ........ ,. ^: .^ e ....... ,everiy atten(md the wedding ladies came anti spent the Quill( I l)l,151Ui211Vl;; OI/UlIIIIII/ , , ....... ol a niece, ,Jeanne Moe, afternoon with her. the iamily w.i accuse you or , .. ...... .......... .augnter ot Mr anu wirs TSgt. andMrs. Calvin Clause having a n,ooen [aleni De- ., , " .... s a t'mrtnce Moe and John and family, Minot Air Force cause all you ao is pres  ,  ............... lwi(ig(ford, Fargo, Saturday, Base, and })astor Carl Nelson oution, play me bpeeo Mus c PRELUDE in Williston. Beverly Moe was and wife, Williston, were melody and presto! Harmony, ha an Provincial ,it .... m( guest' '" (lOOK  " ThanksgivingDav rhythm and accompaniment  ' guests at the are nlaved automatically .. Mr. and Mrs. John Gustafson l,yle Clause home ' ' , .' . were coffee visitors at the Spo(KI MUM(. The Christmas package that s paORwim  ........ ,  _ . Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rod and ..  Gmnn ileuing nome, luesctay youngsters attended the 60th satisf ino sense of accompl shment Come n ))lay a tune ........... Y  , . .' .'* ____ IvIiS. foi'a Slagle VlSl[eo on anniversary for her grand- and your family gift problem is sowed As lOW as itua us, ,i ..... .. ...... .... ,,e,.,esuas an( wir. one lv]rs, parents, the Anton Novaks, lfl, n l, n J'll.t"Alkm Arnie Moe were Sunday Williston. I,.,B,,   ,, I1 11{1" evening visitors. ('ollege students and I .............. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bawden, otherwise home for I Wolf Point, came on Sunday to Th,nksgiving, were Barbara I IIMg'V UlIIP UADT the Jerry Slagle home. Mr. and Beverly Aasen, Dorothy [ dlltll 1-/ Illlqillq# 11111111 I',awtlen remained to help Mrs I Klynl, Henry l,ebak, Margaret | , Slagle with chores while derr) Win(len, Patty .Io Dwyer, was in Phoenix, Ariz His / 115 E. Main Ph. 482-2906 , .. hickey Slagle, Thee Monson, lira ,, ,,, , , brother.Gayle, posset( away on (',reg Paluck anti Cheryl Warenke. llllJllmlmllJll/ilJMJlllllIJlImlmillllnimll =lililllJltlllilili MI . and Mrs. F;nunet Johri Kjorstad were dinner Iuests at the A1 Chishohn home for "l'hanksgiving Day, [ I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Warenke I # PLUS  [ and chiltlr(in and Henry Warenke wi'e Thanksgiving day 4uests at the Willy Herriod 1 2:,5007 l ";''''n Mrs. Emniet Chisholm was honored on her birthday, Nov. 21, when several friends and relativcs surpristd her with a  :i:i ' bake(t by Mrs. Art (Tiny) .... '  '" Johnson, Mr. and Mrs, Hough only latterson, former neighbors 152995 / i) Mr. and Mrs. Phil Simshaw spent Thanksgiving at Opheinl with their daughter and family. Myrtle Albrightson spent the $p.i IOfler  ! Thanksmving we:kend at Williston with her sister, | G 9 i | | Tressie Monson and 0ther ood "t,I Dec. , [] relatives. , , I (sPecial includes l I II " ,,n<, o,, M,,,=<, ) ,,er(' uests of the Bud Crosby ret0uchin  i tamih at Sidney (luring 1 but not sitting) I Tllanksivin. Mrs. I]lnia spent I A C A ] Thanksgiving l)av with hersister and husban(I, the [ HRISTM S PORTRAIT IS THE PFECT GIFT O.car  l,,nnei's, WatfordCitv. Iz, ter in MAKE AN APPOINTMENT NOW tt;(' (la, She visited her brother and "tam(Iv. the Adolph $ $ - ill Ankluins, Sh(' also visite(l her,,, / Tr:er s Stud:o i sister, Mrs, thiv Potter, <. Williston, l,ridav. " i Sidn I Mr. and Mrs; Norman hod illl Mr. and Mrs. (;al'V Hod and ey " 482-1 236 vii \\;ourivsters ,,n<l Mr. anti Mrs. Llll/l = IIII J (;h.n, lit,l ling ,,ere dinner Christianson home, Sidney, Thanksgiving l,atcr that day Mrs. Ro(I and Mrs. Helling drove to Watford to visit their mother at the G. S. Home. Mrs..lerry Slagle, Richey, ,n(I Noreen, attcnded the Wigness and Elsbernd wedding at Williston, Saturday. Mrs. Jerry Slagle, Richy and Noreen, and Mr. and Mrs. I)avid Ivcrson and Hal, Sidney, spent Thanksgiving Day at Wolf Point and also attended the 60th anniversary of her parenLs. Books On Western Americana By BI,;ININA W. BERTINO Till,; NORTH AMERICAN WATF.RI,'OWIJ,'R, by Paul S. I;ernsen, with paintings by I,es ('. Kouba and photos by Bob and h'a Spring. 206 pp. A Salisnury Press Book, division of Superior Publishing Cora- l)any. 1972. Paul Bernsen's new book, THE NORTH AMERICAN WATI.;IH,'()WI,EH, is a reinarkable co(rib(nation of textbook, do-it-yourself in- struction, and downright en- tertaining reading for the non- hunter as well as the hunter, particularly the waterfowler. ('hapter by chapter he discusses the varieties of (lucks, how to build cluck blinds and where to position and camouflage them to best ad- vantage, how to select decoys, hei'e and how to set them anti how to care for" them, how to master the art of cluck calling. The chapters on geese stir the imagination from the in- tro(luction which likens the majestic wild geese to: "the rebel in all of us because they are il(l and fr.ee with a certain quality that shines out . ." to the proven successful methods used in shooting the different wwieties. Bernsen devotes one section to retrievers, how to train a hunting (log, the best breed to select for deep or shallow water retrieving; another to guns, ammunition and shooting techniques: hunting leases anti the importance of drawing them up properly. He gives tips on how to run a duck club, the kinds of clothing and ac- cessories hunters should invest Forrester Gets AF Assignment Airman William A. Forrester .h'., son of Mr. and. Mrs. William A. }'orrester Sr., 612 Ninth SW, Sidney, has graduated at I,owry AFB, Colo., from the U. S. Air Force precision measuring equip- home in Williston. Mrs. Russ Wells and Mr. and Mrs, Forrest ment specialist course con- Christmas Package and Mrs. H. Evjen, daughters, Sidney, visited her Ableman and family, Williston, ductcd by the Air Training for Everybody Williston, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill folks, the BillBolkens, Monday, were Thanksgiving Day guests Command Reeves, Billings, were Friday en route home from Dickinson. at the Bill Forthuns, Mrs. Dora The airman, now trained to visitorsat the ArnieMoehome. Mrs. AI l,ey, Mrs. Anton Bratcher was a Saturday repair, calibrate and certify There's just one drawback to Mr. and Mrs. Don Mrachek Skedsvold and Mrs. Howard overnight guest, precision measuring equip- Conn's Speed Music package and boys, Sidney, and Dorothy Heggin helped Mrs. Jule Mr. and Mrs. Fred James ment, is being assigned to which acompaniesthe Corm Klyin, a college student at l,arson (former Alexander and,,family were Thanksgving HolIomanAFB, N.M, for duty Organ. Jt makes#J0ying so Bismarck, were Thanksgiving ladyl celebrate her birda.y at Day guests at the Charles with a unit of the Tactical Air simple you'll just have to wait l)ay guests of the William the Bethel Home in Williston, Aasen home. Barbara and Command which provides in, and concludes with bits of humor, sonic of his favorite  aterfowl recipes, and a look at the future prospects of  aterfowl hunting. l'aul Bernsen is a native of Boston, Mass., and had been an avid waterfowler since a I)o3'. lit, now lives with his family at Moses l,ake, Wash., and founder and owner of largest, most successful club in the West. He is a real many talents, among thelmi amazing knowledge of II habits of (lucks and geese, l his ability to pass on to o what he has learned. Bob Says ... Register ot the Big Sky Shopping Center for $25 in cash to be given away every week (No Purchase Necessary) Bleach Purex-Gallon 60 TISSUE Northern 4-roll pack 35c Shortening Crisco 89c 3 lb. can Flour 79 Occident 10 lb. bag Beverly Aasen, college combat units for air support of students, were also home. U.S. ground forces. I Ruth Iien and Mr and Mrs I, rres '" ' " o ,,ter, a 1970 {4raduate of I ae%  Bill Bottke and girls were Sidney Senior Hi,hg 00c.oo, 00ranges ,,uests of the Mitchell Owens to attended Montana State a chicken dinner on University and is a member of Thanksgiving. . Kappa Sigma. I Sno boy Navel Mr and Mrs Howard Heggm " ,'. His wife, Nancy, is the I dlove to Williston to spend ...... ,, ............. l |b: 1 6 " da ut4il,ci Ui 11r. [ltl Mrs. 'llhanksgiving Day at the Frank Merrill of 801 Sixth St. " BUY"OW Chunk Tuna !) FOR CHRISTMAS ,.-.,...'1 Del Monte IQ I I I liill II | [ ' l i * .-' .,-: "%.,,,::. C5 t 6 v, .z.c.. ., "i B,ggest Select,on o' tll Allll ] Bacon , Use Out Lay-Away Plan  I lib. pkg. {l* ONKA ,MARX .ERTL FOOTBALL GAMES iN i . FISHER-PRICE P,ay Family  Tom o Sou ! - Ae.on Garage -- S.ool -- d ny e I :1 -- Farm -- House I iil ' / Campbell s ql lh ,,, ... .o,o...n. / . !!ill 12 oz. can 1 !Ot #l i. ii ,x 1 MANY, MANY i., ] Choc. Chips   GAMES J .,#   ' 'i 'iiii| GOOD iiii ilAssor tmenltll.,  -I-I-J t" For Weekly  | Guittard lh P -- <+.!.,,. ..... :.....,. .., ....................  lllltl>"7 ................... 7pen'Til 9p.m. . Pdces effective Hey. 7, 8 and 9. t T[Vc's ! [ M:i chWriesdmaFri" ! BUY BY THE CASE AND SAVE I BOB to 8 p.n,. aria I 00mi, - 8at, I WAREHOUSE/vtARKET Home I ,0 _'Y Big Sky Shopping Center I Open 'til9 p.m. M0n., Wed. and Fri ---- .............. . .... _ ................ Other Days '!il 8 p.m.- Closed Sunda R The l{ichl a nle( and t next : Mr: iesid[ the A had o decor werc Ma: Beau: becat hair f he t: [end {oln 4art lien 4eln ;ent volun over '. A(l the \\; readiJ thday secrel not t Chrisl sonle Horn Hilge Spclll Berg( and awe) Erne Sharl We ( their Bel more (:has( Also con(i: He Ande Kk Mr Sitlm engal inarr Carla son ot 1 ,ustr Mi, grad( Schot at C Regir has h work( I)epai dustr Wal Bihle one ) st(tit( prese Vo-te ,gric 4ratl We