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10. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Dec. 13, 1972 Kiwanis Committees Selected For Year Kiwanis committees for the next year were annmmced by President Bill Mclntosh at the Thursday meeting of the Sidney Kiwanis Club. Other new officers of the club include Jacque Best, first vice president; AI SoboUk, second vice president; Gene Nordberg, immediate past president; and Ray Whiting, secretary treasurer. Board members are Harold Mercer, Bob Miller, John ILatliff, Pete Brekhus, Ben Nordell, Merrill Lewis and Maurice Sandmeyer. The following committee assignments were announced: (The chairman is listed first after each committee.) Lads, Lassies Meeting Held The meeting was called to order by Carla Madsen at the United Church of Christ basement. Pledges were led by Matt l,er. Roll call was answered by who your favorite teacher is. Secretaries reports were read and approved. The treasurer's report was read and approved. The yearly program was given out. Members should fill out enrollment cards and get them in. We talked about caroling and decided to have a party and go sledding. Rase Heinrich, Mike Klaudt, Bruce Madsen and Gary Swisse were on the committee. Donna, the leader, com- |||cnted about the cards to get mailed, who should give health report and members should think about roll calls for future meetings. George ,,mid if anyone needs help with their projects he will bc happy to help. Fahanc made a motion the meeting be adjourned and was .condcd by Wanda. Health rtort, were given by Shone and Mike. Perfect attendance awards were handed out. " Members exchanged gifts and had a party, l,unch was .rved by Klaudts. Kellie Neese, reporter YOUTH SERVICES Boys and Girls: John Ratiiff, Wendell Elliott, George Swenson and Walt Quilling. Key Club: Al Sobolik, Ray Whiting, Gene Nordberg, Dennis Benth and Hubert Johnson. Vocational Guidance: I,eo Anderson, Father Sampson, Charlie Price and Rusty Packard. CITIZENSHIP SERVICES Agriculture and Con- servation: Ken Chapman, Ed Thogersen, Ivan Johnson, Bill HeR, J. Harry Johnson and Howard Martini. International Relations: l,loyd Riggins, Maurice Sand- meyer, Bob Hall, Virg Austreng, Dr. Avery Sanford, Harve Pavek, Dr. Gil Rick and A1 Johns. Support of Churches: Vaughn Walker, l,eRoy Iarson, Syl Braaten, Oscar Anderson and Glenn Hall. KIWANIS ADMINISTRATION House and Recention: Dale Wilson, Dwaine Johnson, John Schmitt, Scotty McDonald and A1 Johns. Inter-Club Relations: Phil Schumacher, Ran Amunrud, Dr. Gordon Beagle, Rev. Ar- nold Brown, Tim Zent and Ralph Johnson. Education and Attendance: Otto T. Habedank, Harry Mikelson, Ray Whiting and Jacque Best. Membership anti Develop merit: Gary Morken, Rev. Start l,arsen, Oiff Irson and Mert Kemmis. Programs: Ben Nordell, ttarold Mercer, Math Dasinger and l,oren Sax. Music: Knut Hoversten, Joe Halvorsen and Milt Anderson. Public Relations: Russ Wells, l,eRoy McCarthy and Pete Brekhus. ScouL: Ran Norgaard, Dr. Joc McKinley, ,lack Fulkern and .lohn Nigro. Public ami Business Affairs: Bruce Harris, Paul Johnn, lx)uie le, Verne Roland and l)olph Harris. Scout Cabin: Merrill Lewis. Driving Safety: Bob Miller. I)istrict Convention: Wayne Cumn|ing, Bill McIntosh and all members of the Sidney Kiwanis Club. FREE TRIP -- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson, Sidney, won a free trip to Nassua, in the Bahamas, for volume sales of International Grandview Area Harvester farm machinery. The Anderson's won the trip through Triple A Implement Inc. They enjoyed the trip from Nov. 25.29. Chun-h Library Celebrating MRS. MYRON I)OORNEK MRS. GEORGE MILNE Mr. and Mrs. George Milne are now residing in their new home in Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winhofer visited Tony Fcrguson, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. William Fat- zinger visited Mrs. Grace Fatzinger in Glendive, Friday. Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dewaine Carlsen in Richey were Don Handlos, Mr. and Mrs. John Carlsen and children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carlsen and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert IAghtfield honoring Dewaine on his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Verner King visited Mr. and Mrs. Vic Baw(len, Friday. Don Handlos was shopping in Sklney, Friday, and visited Mrs. Bessie Carlsen at Richland Homes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winhofer visited Mrs. Therisa Winhofer at Faith I,utheran Home in Wolf Point, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fredrickson were dinner guests of Mrs. A. J. Mrs. Julia Graber, Richey, Sunday. Mrs. Myron Doornek visited Mrs. George Good, Sunday and attended .the Junior Miss Pageant in the evening. Mrs. Jim Fredrickson was a guest of honor at a birthday party held at the home of Mrs. Richard Zimmerman in Wolf Point, Monday. Glen Partin was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Verner King, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Verner King took Mrs. Barbara King and Kim, Sidney, to Williston Tuesday where Kim had a medical check up. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Johnston were Fairview and, Sidney callers on Tuesday. . George Milne came out to the farm with them to get his car and returned to Sidney. Mrs. Frank Winhofer hosted a Fashion Wagon Party for Mrs. Alfred Candee, Tuesday. Guests were Mrs. Joe Pilgrim St., Mrs. Joe Pilgrim Jr., Mrs. l,eonard Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Candee and l,es. The Pella I,utheran Church IJbrary will celebrate its 20th year De. 17 with open house and coffee hour from 9:15 a.m. to noon in the parish house. The Library was founded at a Sunday School teachers meeting in December 1952. The l,ibrary opened with 25 books on their shelves which were all homemade. Now the Library has 3,047 books on the shelves. We have fiction, Bible studies, commentaries, encyclopedias, Bibles and many more. We also have film strips, records, maps, flannelgraph stories and many more available things. Mrs. Harry Mikelson and Mrs. Viggo Andersen have served on the I,ibrary board for 12 years. The present board members are Mrs. Iver Iversen, Mrs. Charles Price, Mrs. Merrion Simonsen, Mrs. Edwin Leppien, Mrs. Harry Mikelson and Mrs. Viggo Andersen. The Library is a member of the I.utheran Church Library Association. Fredrickson, Sunday. Raymond Christianson participated in a bowling tournament in Circle, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Carlsen, Don Handlos and Mr. and Mrs. ,lohnnie Johnston were among those attending the funeral for Mr. and Mrs. Myron Doornek were in Circle, Tuesday, to attend the funeral for I,ana Casterline. Glen Partin was a supper guest at the Johnnie Johnston home, Tuesday. Floyd Neumann was a supper guest of Mr. and Myron Doornek, Mr. and Mrs. Christianson called on Mr. i Mrs. Johnnie Wednesday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Leq Alexander and Mr. and Frank Winhofer were callers, Wednesday. Mrs. Johnnie visited Mrs. William Fatz, Wednesday. , Floyd Neumann called Frank Winhofers, on his way to Glendive. 7 Mr. and Mrs. and l,yle Good and Mr. Mrs. Johnnie Johnston Sidney shoppers, Thur,.isy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W were Wolf Point shop Thursday and visited Therisa Winhofer at Fai$ I,utheran Home. Tony Ferguson visited d Frank Winhofers, Friday.. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Door visited Mr. and Mrs. HegY Etzel in Wolf Point, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Door and children attended tl wedding for Debbie Doors and Glen Graveley 'in W [ Point, Saturday. Leach Finishes Study Course I)onald la:ach, Sidney, has completed a home study course in I,ow Pressure Boilers and has received his Certificate of Completion from the North l)akota State School of Science at Wahpeton. This Related Study Program correspondence course is coortlinated by the Continuing Education Division of the North l)akota State School of Science in cooperation with the North 1)akota State Board for Vocational Education. The l{elatcd Study Program courses provide the related and technical information necessary for one to keep abreast of his job. This correspondence program is not intended to replace ap- I)rentieeship classroom and other group instructions, but is available to employed in- dividuals who cannot attend becau classes they need are not available in the area where they reside. Plan Caroling The meeting of the Yellowstone I,assies was called to order by the new president, l,ori Chapman, in the bank basement. The new business session was planning a Christmas Party, caroling at Richland Homes =and street caroling. Names were drawn and a price range set. Refreshments were served by Paula Bostrom.' Lana Benth, reporter Give Mom a Holiday all 6 DISHWASHER FOR CHRISTMAS The, new models ore on display now... Dishes, pots 'n pans, and silverware dry :=:: spotlessly cleon. Give Nom a real holiday from tiresome dishwashing all year-round with a ...... new automatic dishwasher. SEE YOUR LOCAL APPLIANCE DEALER or MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES CO. Genuine Pendleton Stadium Blanket-free! Everybody knows your Ford Dealer's out to keep you we' re out to keep you warm, too! This beautiful wool Stadium Blanket with handy carrying case is yours-free-when you buy any new full-size Ford LTD, Galaxie 500 or Custo 500 car or station wagon. But the offer ends January 15, 1973- so visit your Intermountain Ford Dealer today. See your INTERMOUNT00N FORD DEALER Larson Motor Co., Inc.-Sidney, Mont.