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4 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney. Mont., Wed., Dec. 13o 1972 .....,,....o..o,. ,... ,.... ..... . .......................................... ...o.... .... .o..*..*H. ...................................... , ,. Parents Helping In School A few teachers at West Side The listening program gives exciting. Rhonda Hunke says, !iii Elementary are involving students the opportunity to "It&apos;s fun!" !!ii: parents in the education of practice and improve their oral I hope this program not only ii!i: students. Interested mothers reading. As one student, I,ance improves a child's ability to .:.: are invited into the classroom Burner, put it, "I like to read to read orally, but also en- ::!::! to perform various tasks. The not the same person all the couragcs children to read. It ::! "Helping Mothers" or time. I wish we had time to " would be fantastic if every !il "lJstening Mothers," as they read to every mother." student had a love for reading i::il are called, help in the making as Sandra Gaughan. She .said, of learning games and Mothers are also used to play "I like to read to mothers iiii materials as one function, phonics and math games with because I like to read best. :: Their primary function in my the students. These games are When I don't have anything to ii::i room, so far, has been listening used to reinforce basic skills. It do, I like to read." !:: .X to students read. makes drill work a little more Mary Sheeley i:!: ' !iili / " ::iil # . :t :::: j %', ..... ' 4  :i:i , ? i  i : <   ii .EaI;.E,.V-- Mar redhead, , Sid.ey, rylves help fro., his teacher, Miss Sheeley is the secon rade ::iii a student at West Side Elementary in Mary Sheeley and Mrs. Orlln Hansen. teacher at the school. Mrachek Photo !i!i ..............v. .......................................... .: .............  _- ....... .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..-. ............................................................. .:'. Advisory Council Meets In Sidney The hegion V Advisory is responsibk' for approving the individual attains age 18, one priority for projects for the ( ouncd on Srvzces and funding of projects m the 16 has (ontmued or can next tzsca] ear w ; " /' ' " ! " " ".' " "- expect to ' ."" y , hich begins l,'acilitits ........ for the Develop- eastern countks of Montana continue indefinitely and .July 1, 1973., as satedl'zte z, entally I)isablcd. held a The memhers, also. encourage constitutes. . a subs tanhal" .sheltered workshops, and the meeting recently in Sidney development, of.. services in handicap, numt,r two l)rioritv_ is iden- The ('ouncil. is, composedo of then" communztms, and local, tification of developmentally both families of the' hand[- [grtpio appl for grart. Region V utilized a tal of disabltl in Region V AnY capped and professionals and (:urrcnt m,rnbers of tl, $17,898 of Federal funds this project request for services is (,oum:il are Bill Colbert, fiscal year which was matched still eligible for submission to hichcy; Mrs. Thomas Stiller, by 25 percent local money to the Council. YOU STEAM DIRT OUT I .lee llathaway, Thclma Bernt- help operate Eastern Montana Preliminary proposals for DON'T SCRUBIT IN ] son. Alvin Fisher, Gaines Industries of Miles City and projects for next year must be llighsmith, (;crald Butcher, l,:astmont Parents Association submitted by January 12, 1973 ......... [ anti l,u l'rescott, (,lendive; Transportation of Glasgow. to (;erald Butcher, Box 1383, I .----= [| Wih,aMichcls, Medicinel,ake, The funds must be used to (;lcndivc, Montana 59330. The I I 2.71 II Ollie Caudili, Mary Alice Re.h- provide a service and for next next Ceuncil meeting will be I "-  - II i,m and .Camilla Anderson, fiscal year must have 70 per held on January 25 at the , - _ _ _- -- -_,__ [ SHIPey; N,ck Krumcnacker vnt Federal and 30 per cent Sherman Motor Inn in Wolf [ and 1,. A. Campodonico, Miles Ial matching funds. Point at fi:30 p.m. The public is Th aid way nlv scxubs dirt inJ (?ity: tlal Bernanl Olasgow; rhc Council set the number cordially invited I he eta way. only. scruos a,rz m !1 l)oline tlal" "(ty, C"i'le;'" ' Famer" "' deeper Your carpet becomes , deeper.. Y o.ur carpet becomes I I,urkc, Malta; 'Ion, Asay, the rough scrubbing I l 'orsyth -I Women s Club Holds I)idilitics Act defines the ..... ---- - I ta"getgruprdevelp n'ental _hlt'|'m lttntthann I "''" jlbfr II ,lisability as a dlsability at- Vllmll |t=l, llllUt,t, =....,lmmvmm,,mll tributable to mental retar- , , [  l[ , 1he Szdney Woman s Club violin solos wth Mrs. Johnson, i  [] ,lation, .crcbral palsy, epilepsy met for their annual Christmas pianist. ...... s _w -- I or other neurological han- luncheon Dec 5 Mrs Ste-hen ' ' , ..... ' P Mrs BancocK gave an m- l dwappmg comhtmn of an m- Babcock of Thompson Falls,  "" .... n "he I dividual found to he closely state president of Montana tormauve talk ..O  The new True Steam process related to mental retardation 7 ........... of We ...... 1-% Federated C!ubs, bomon smm ..... IP eYlflOl| II|il   uo , :rod re, liana 1 t ne em o , ' , .. .......... l eve s. b - gently lifts dirt out of the l" tO ,'('quire [rcaullen[ similar ..... h^flor^., ..... , was at, u u guEa , ", ' t in con to t  .  phamzed taking par - deepest pile .. leaving a carpet UR t "cqmred by mentally After the -ra-'er Mrs Ed , - ........... v $ , tests, community service; that stays clean longer. J rcuzrtle(I IntllVitluals lne D:--ien introduced the state " - ...... . , " 'PP education, internauonm aHmrs ds,tlnhty must originate before Phone 482-49 - 482-2473 .. . president, Mrs Babock, and and to attend state and district presented her wtth a corsage er ossble II,mIlimttlJtmtltmlm ." ... conventions whenev p ' anu gtt. She also stated it was a good Mrs. V. H. Ross introduced idea to be an active member BEC&UpEIEI& [ the program numbers and told and to strive for new members. of early Christmas customs in Guests present were Mrs. other lands Members then , n Mrs John .... .... Dwight Harshma , . auueu customs m mew own Miller Mrs Daisy Remley, homes. Recipes on Christmas Mrs. Walter Kroemer and Mrs. cards were exchanged. Mabel Johnson. Music was presented by Mrs m w 11 be t " " The next meet" g i a I d Thogersen and Mrs J hnsHanson " ' the home of Mrs. C " Harry Johnson. Numbers on Jan 15 at 2 p.m. The were lt There Be Peace, , ,, ,- ..... program will be on Home Amazing tirace aria a ,, r 1 ' " l,ife. Mrs. Charles P ice "s medley of Christmas songs, chairman MARINA t3OO TO 450 t.oRIrLfl e2150 FINLANOIA $150 TO 21OO W(DDING RING 34,75 WDDING.R|NG Z9,75 WEDDING RING 34.75 SONATA $400 APOLLO aTso TO 10.000 JUDD $300 ALSO 150 TO 11)75 WEDDING RING I$O Say "I love you" in a special way.., with a Keepsake diamond ring. Perfect quality, trade-in value and protection against loss. There simply is no e _ more special girl than a Keepsake.  for trouble-free soft water all the time! Excellent for 9 ___./ all types of softeners. \\;,,' khill IlMUID SOFTENER ""='"""'" "-'.'i'[" Jewelers ii" "-" "q PELLETS -' i Sidney, Montana mlmllmlmlmlnmmn KC's Donate Money To Band The Sidney Knights of Columbus, Council 3002, met Dec. 6, with Grand Knight Bob Johnson presiding John Ratliff was given a vote of approval and acclaimed for his work as scoutmaster of the troop sponsored by the KC's. He was allowed the money necessary for the purchase of six new tents needed for an- ticipated attendance at the national Jamboree in Idaho next summer. At the present time six scouts are planning to o to Idaho. The Cinderella Ball was discussed anti $100 of the profit was allotted to the Sidney Senior High Symphonic Band for their forthcoming trip to Portland in February. The members also decided to have a BANDO party and donate the profits to the same fund. Prizes for the drawings at the Cinderella Ball were won by ,lack Knoop, AI Sobolik, Harold Tolksdorf and Doctor I. Haniffy. Bob Johnson informed the group that the Supreme Grand Knight, John McDivitt, national presiding officer of the Knights of Columbus, will attend the State K. C. Con- vention here in Sidney in March, 1974. Cathy Ann Muller Christensen Marry' i Mr. and Mrs. Muller, Sidney, engagement of their Cathy Ann to Wesley Christensen, son of Mrs. Arthur Crane. She is a 1972 Sidney S, enior High presently employed Yellowstone Mercantile. I 1971 graduate of SSHS employed at Bakery. A summer planned. SAVERS. / Flame. Harvest J DELUXE " .... Model CUSTOM c24  BUFFET DELUXE STAND ELECTRIC SKILLET MIXER , CAN OPENER c I,, x.c.127AVT *Features 12 rnixln, speeds * Mixes, Blends, Beats At The any speed In between. . Featuring "Easy-Clean" removable New excitin8 Harvest & Avocado Flick Of The Switch. Available in White, AvocadO, gg cutter an(] pierce lever assembly, colors complements today's Color Styled To Match Your Harvest with 2 polished kitchens. 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