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At the: oose Saturday, December 9 Music by Covered Wagon Gan Pre-Christmas USED CAR SPECIALS ,CHECK THESE UNITS 1968 Pontiac Bonnaville Loaded With Extras 1968 Pontiac Executive 4-Door Sedan 1966 Chevrolet Wagon 1965 Ply. Fury II 2-Door Hardtop 1 969 Plymouth 4-Door Hardtop 1 970 Chevrolet 4-Door Hardtop - Loaded With Extras DRFLS UP -- Grade students get some of their basketball training in at halftime of Sidney Eagle games but this year they have uniforms now to dress up their look. are doing it with a new look. The grades -- Don Mrachek Photo 1969 Chrysler Newport 4-Door,Hardtop - One Owner - Loaded 1969 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan - One Owner - Loaded 1970 AMX Great Sporty Unit 1 970 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan - V-8 - Auto. - Air Try us for the BEST DEAL IN TOWN CowBelles Plan Christmas Party At the November meeting of nual Feeder Tour. the winter fair in Bozeman. beef certificate. One is given the I)ing Dang CowBelles final &apos;rhey voted to give $5 to each away at each card party. plans were made for the noon member of the 4-H meat Proceeds from the November The CowBelles no-host CowBelle card party will go to Richland Homes for bingo prizes. John O'Brien won the luncheon which will be served at St. Matthew's School on Jan. 13 in conjunction*With the an- identifying team and the livestock judging team. These eight 4-H'ers will compete at Tues., Dec. 12 Richland National Bank 7:00 p.m. Annual'Goose Stag We will consider any reasonable offer I I Mona-Charley Creek News FRANCES STEPPI,ER Point, Monday. Thanksgiving in Bozeman at lnora Edeburn and niece, Candy Edeburn, Sidney, were weekend guests at the Clyde (;arten home. Bert and Jean Bidegaray received word of the death of their father, Jean Bidegaray Sr., in France last week. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Rauschendorfer drove to Wolf GEM CITY MOTOR CO. WINTER SPECIAL Dear Customer: Gem City Motor Company is again offering, as a winter time special, the ever popular motor overhaul. Even though we have experienced substantial increases in cost, we are able to offer this to you at a special price of $124.00 for 6 cylinder units and $183.00 for 8 cylinder units. This price includes the following labor and parts: Replace rings, grind valves, check and adjust rod bearings, steam clean all parts removed and tune engine. We supply rings, head and pan gaskeL% and oil. This offer is good to January 31, 1973, so call or write today for an appointment. This offer applies to Chevrolets only. Special con- sideration will be given to other makes. Mrs. Les Candee spent Tuesday night with Mrs. Cleta Candee in Sidney while her daughter, Debbie, was an overnight patient in the Sidney hospital. Mrs. Bertha Cornelia, Virg and Priny Schlenz were Sunday guests a t the Kenneth Klasna's, Elmdale. Johnny Johnston, Grand- view, was a caller at the Mel Rauschendorfer's, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Garten visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whiteman, Richey, Sunday. Virg Cornelia helped Pete and John Ruffatto work their cattle, Thursday. He was a Poplar caller on Friday. Wednesday callers at the Mel Rauschendorfer's were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amestoy, Elmdale. Mrs. I,aVon Schlenz ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hagen, south Poplar, to Williston, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Butch Candee visited Mrs. Royce Milne and Mrs. Cleta Candee in Sidney, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Steppler, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmitz and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tolksdorf attended the United Building Center and Sidney Red-E-Mix turkey - ham and beef dinner at the Sidney Elks I,odge, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. I,aVon Schlenz were Poplar and Wolf Point callers on Friday. Jerry Gandrud, Poplar, was an overnight guest of Barbee Ruffatto. Friday and Saturday the girls attended the Speech Meet in Sidney. the Buck Walker home. The Donald and Darold Martin families from Great Falls were also guests at the Walkers. En route home the Harold Martin's visited the Donald and Darold Martin homes in Great Falls. Mrs. Florence Spencer returned home from the Culbertson hospital, Thursday. Callers at the Harold Mar- tin's Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Danielson, Fair- view. Don Steppler, I,loyd Flora, Ehndale, and Gene Bengochea, south Brockton, helped Bert Bidegaray work his cattle, Tuesday. Callers at the Bert Bidegaray's, Monday, were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Irigoin, Elmdale. Women's Club Special Meet The Sidney Christian Women's Club will meet Dec. 11 at 12:30 p.m. in the Elk's Club. The special feature will be Terry Johnson speaking on "Decorations to do at Home." The music will be Christmas selections presented by the Triple Trio. Speaker will be Mrs. Marty McCullough, Bismarck, N. D. A pre-school nursery will be available. The charge for children is $.50 for one child, and $.75 for two or more children. Reservations must be made by Friday, Dec. 8. Call 482-3615 for reservations. Christmas party will be at the 1,aChateau, Dec. 9. The president announced that the CowBelle Cook Off will be Feb. 3 at the Fairview Home Economics Department. Any boy or girl of high school age may enter. They prepare a beef dish and compete for prizes. BUIC;< 203 SO. CENTRAL AVE. SIDNEY, MONTANA 59270 PHONE (406) 482-3120 S i ncerely Dallas Johnson Service Manager Gem City Motor Co. Special Of The Week Pete Ruffatto attended the Cursillo in Scobey last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Martin and family, Fairview, and Mrs. Eathel Davis spent Post Office Bids Called Roy M. Hartle, officer in charge of the Sidney Post Of- rice, announced that contract bids for Servicing Post Office Vehicles are open until Dec. 8 with the contract to expire June 30, 1973. School Menu The school lunch program for the week of Dec. 11 - 15 has been released as follows: Contracts for mechanical and Monday, Dec. 11 -- Beef body work on Postal Vehicles vegetable stew, mashed are open for bid until Dec. 8 potatoes, buttered buns, fruit with contracts to expire June 1969 Lincoln Continental Sedan and ,,,lk. 0Wmdow Service wm be ex- Tuesday, Dec. i2-- Macaroni panded as conditions warrant Dark Gray Metallic Color Speed Control and cheese, lettuce salad with on Dec: 9 and Dec. 16. Time will Genuine Leather Interior Radio fruit, bologna slice, buttered Eleetrie Windows ineluding Vents Low Mileage buns, crumb cake and milk. be extended for window service Electric 6-Way Beneh Seats Factory Warranty Wednesday; 'f)ee. 13 -- from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. or Tilt Steering Wheel Air Conditioning Turkey and gravy over rice, as conditions require. buttered peas' jello with fruit, A Real Plush Luxury Car at ginger crisp, buttered buns andmilk. Greenwood Gets Thursday, Dec. 14 -- Chili, Football Letter Thousands of Dollars Savings .ole slaw, buttered buns, Terry Greenwood, sonofMr. orange cake with orange topping and milk. Friday, Dec. 15 -- Meat sandwich, macaroni with tomatoes, fruit cup, peanut butter cookie and milk. The above menu is subject to ('hange. and Mrs. Dale Greenwood of Cartwright, received his third letter in football at Jamestown College this year, performing for the .limmies. Terry played high school football in Sidney, and performed as linebacker for the .liH,mie:-:. Larson Motor Co. 482-1810 East Main Sidney, Mont. Information and entry blanks may be obtained from Sidney or Fairview Home Economics l)epartments, 4-H families will receive entries in the mail. With the coming of the new year it's time to renew your CowBelle membership and new members are always welcome. Dues may be sent to Mrs. Fred Anderson, 423 7th Ave. S.W. The CowBelles meet the first Thursday of the month at 2 p.m. at the Sidney National Bank Hospitality Room. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, MonL, Wed. Dec. 6, 1972 - 7B Don Murdock Attends School Donald Murdock, technical advisor for the Holly Sugar Corporation, and a resident of Sidney, was among nearly 60 engineers to attend the 1972 Water and Wastewater Operators and Managers School at Montana State University. Among guest speakers were Dr. Maxwell Botz, State Department of Health; John Spindler, Anaconda ComPanY; and John S. Jeris, Manhattan College (New York), an authority on sand filters and biological systems. The workshops were spon- .ored by the Environmental Sciences Division, State Department of Health and Fnvironmental Sciences; Montana Section, American Water Works Association; Montana Water Pollution Control Association; and the Montana lague of Cities and Towns. er Deals Fall Clearance CONTINUES Lamplighter 14 x 72 -- 3 Bedroom No Hallway I I I Superior 14 x 75 -- 4 Bedroom I n/z Baths Chickasha Available Up To 80 Feet Long Bonnavilla 14 x 70 -- 3 Bedroom Step - Up Kitchen I I Boise Cascade 14 x 70  3 Bedroom 4 -- inch Walls Roadrunner Camper Trailers At Closeout Prices ,v...v::::.v.v:.v.':.'.v.v.v: .................................................. "".""-' ".' ',v,',Z.Z.Z.Z,:.Z.Z.:.Z.:.:.:.:.Z.Z. :, !!!i!!iiii!iiiiiii!iilBetter Grades of Furniturei!!i!!iiiiiii!ii!iii!i!!!iiiiiii!!i!ii!i!!iii USED MOBILE HOMES 8, 10 and 1 2 wides -- GL Financing -- and Home Loan Finaneing for 20 years on doublewides Phelp's Mobile Homes A_cr0ss from Fairgro,unds 482-1437 I I I I lll Illl SPECIALS THIS WEEK L I I 1970 Toyota 4-door Automatic 1970 Toyota 4-speed with Air Conditioning See us for a good selection of other great used cars Winter Fun Time ... R uppNeW 197225 "'" ____/f ,. ,.-., Kogue - 25 Horsepower Twin Cylinder  (-.." .:, Only =795 ..... II I U-L  : I I iiiinll I I !11 Gem City Motor Co. Sidney Phone 482-3878 I I I I I I I