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December 13, 1972

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Smart Santa s Shop Sebolik's i It l ! G I F T S for G A L s I 0000uner00tars i N G FTS FOR MEN \\; Tops Asst. Styles il 'TO0 and Colors and up , . Ladies' I Dress and Blouses . Men's Sport Shirts ILVER FOX --Larry Mindt, a Ideal fur in his traps several mornings, but raccoon, deer and mink hides worth ! "'I Knit shifts in short and I sportsman and trapper, worked for was unable to outwit the animal until last several hundred dollars. Sizes 32 to 44 several weeks to trap this rare silver fox. week. Mindt has collected quite an array -- Russ Wells Photo I " | ' long sleeve Sport shirts ! .Mindt reported finding the Band odd-colored D ay S u c c essfu i "f furs s far this seasn with fx' beaver' , " ,, I I _, $500 to in asst. patterns " ! I 9so , sam( tems m, and s W lk rs The Sidney Band Wagon buihlingwasabeehiveofBand "' ' " "' ' a e ', Gambles, Soboliks, 1 'MP" wanted to help as she thought Sldne e really picked UP steam parents, students and " ' " , "' y Carbur tot and Sidney 8aturdaywithth(;aaBandcustmrsMrsMadeinethwhareawdta.kepr`eMusicMart.) the help of a lot of band displayedre w i poop] e f he nonor.ln a local havIngulauolnetIllS A l !  Men's I ay in downtown Sidney. Aw.' tt as "n charg o t ! " '" , .... amb auction sale on Mrsl Betty Steffan and her sale of Christmas decorations, Monday was held at the Sidney Ladies' Sportswear Dress ntlwich committee prepared centerpieces and novelties. Youngquist made two !urge l,ivestock wi'th the lamb a I J l n s were qrtePictures SharonHemens, donaedb I, l 'nd sold 1800 ham sandwiches. Many eaut'fu (hi g ' ; ' ' -. " , " t y" y e Pederson. This ' e a dl a teacher'kmt sme aructes lambwasauc., i 1 i--- l ' . .., .... I Vith and flat "d " "' tioned off eight Garland Cotton Gloves .tudenL covering the streets, not have any children involved for sale. One lady approached times with the bidders being i he stores and taking phone in the Port,and Trip donated the band students at Bobs Richland National Bank, I,yle Knit Toos ,rders these sandwiches were objects which represented Warehouse and gave them a $20 Pederson, Joe Farrell; Ten- n m m h rs w rk Mr bill andsmdltwasherdonatmn derlom Ind st ,lm jo)'ed by [,,any.  y, ou .' of O . s. andi'''me g,rls'" ! were so msap-'" I westock' E" , s,, '':t:! Tan:B,o.n-Bla.k The, old Montgomery ward 'Hayes of Fairview brought " ...... ," , rickson Sheep of ! Green-Pink-Blue ' dinted th alan t get nor Billin ,s Kenne p ey g , ty Youngland of name. Miles City, Clayton Neurohr of -Yellow-Lavendar (1  0 ll m"   1, i-., , Many people paid for their Dodge, N. D., and Monford lviona - Lharley (;reek Phtrch;ac:ed'tahnlyarg:abl?'ade rPea(tfGr::lmeY'Cl261".3'lS ! '4 00 end_ .uP and up ....................... s "',*,, ........ Band parents and students After the Bake Sale and the r'uStrrr',Ett wr.'.  ere rtunatto ann days, " " " ith the ..... " II) " . . were overwnemeu w Farmers unare r'rogram, me Garland lacKs News s short thm week due to an( cnms DeVnes, Sdney.  "" ' , "" Man .......... coInll umy s generoslw Y Bans rarems tr@up Will take a extreme cold weather Mr. and Mrs. ,John Ruffatto ' " ........ stores and merchants were breather until January. Watch |11 oys' stayed close to home and Joannie and Dominic were donating a percentage of their the thermometer for the Garland Skirts the warm fires. Sun(lay afternoon callers in days sales to the fund. Monetary results of the Band B Mrs. Pete Ruffatto and Mrs. Poplar. Russan4BettyZinslinotonly Plaids and Solid Colors i,,oss attended the Tommy Ruffatto drove to helped organize the Ham Day "Held In t.|U y" i "' : " Shil, t$ i Cursillo in Scobey Billings last week for a medical andwich Sale, but worked weekend, check-up. I,ast Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Mel Rauschendorfer, BertPreparingand Dorothyand sellingi,alondeaS well.sold Brenner Rites Girls"  Rauschendorfer's were (;regg and Tom Ruffatto, were the sandwiches on their menu ;,tn..,, " Wolf Point callers, Wednesday. at the noon lunch at the Elks. ":: ': SUBSCRIBE Mr. and Mrs. I,es Candee Reynolds, Pepsi Blue Rock and Mass of the Resurrection will Sweaters Knit drove to Williston, Wednesday. Bob's Warehouse donated all of be celebrated for Jim Brenner, the Herald M,- and Mrs. Cal Steppler their products purchased for 62, of Enid, at 11 a;m. Thur- J "]' I were Sunday visitors at his this day. Snowflake Bakery sday, O.., n, at St. Broodcloth It'S EIS mother's, Mrs. Clara Step- I was most cooperative, and Matthew's Catholic Church in , pier's, in Sidney. KGCX helped with advertising Sidney with Father James Sleeveless i all day Saturday. Birkmaier celebrant. Rosary The Beta Sorority came in will be recited at 8 p.m. Dec. 13 ........ and made a donation of $25 and at Fulkerson Memorial Chapel. the Knights of Columbus Interment will be in St. Mat- Sho stopped in with a check for $100 thew's Catholic Cemetery. rt Need an anti said they hoped to have a Fulkerson Funeral Home is in special project later to add charge of arrangements. Gift Certificates ] Exchange Gift ,,,ore. The following merchants Germanus Albert "Jim" Long Sleeve participated in this Band Day Brenner was born Oct. 25, 1910, - Webber_s Furniture, Blue at Uniontown, Wash., son of i? 0 for Club? Rock, Bob's Warehouse, Farm .lacob and Agnes Brenner. He ...ARE ALWAYS WELC ME, SANTA! Teacher? or Friend? ., Home, Yellowstone was raised in Uniontown and ][ Mercantile, Johnson Hard- attended St. Martin High ware, Moores Station, Schooland College at Olympia, Something special for the Snowflake, KGCX, Sidney Wash. In 1938 he moved to }terald, Montgomery Wards, Great Falls where he married boss? Spouse? Friend? Auto Dealers, Russells, Vera Butka on July 15, 1939. 'alls Jim Reynolds, Gate City, Elks, They moved from Great Falls or Relative? Stockhills, Modern I,ady, in 1950 to Enid where farmed until the fall of 1971 ][ Or anyone else on your list when he retired due to his poor i There's something for every0ne at Rosalyn Dige h,t..He was a member of St. I Lad00es ' Fashion Boots In Ceremony Theresa's Catholic Church of ],ambert and the Knights of ! 40% off Carol's Gift Shoppe Fifteen Dana College co-eds, Columbus. White - Black - Brown New! The Latest Thing! including Rosalyn Dige, Survivors include his widow, (laughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Vera of Enid; twosons, Vernon Grow your own Ierbs and spices with A,.nod I)ige, Sidney, are of Ronan, Mont., and Gregory Navy - Black Suede ,,,aking final preparations for of the family home; three [ Lace Front As Low As $8 a hanging Herb Garden by Ingrid the observance of "Saint I,ucia daughters, Mrs. Sam (Joan) 98 l)ay,' I)ec. 13, on the Dana Van Dyke of Oregon City, Ore.; Pull-on, Front, Zip SPECIAL! ,.a,,,pu. in Blair, Nob. Mrs. Wallace (Janice) Knapp ! .... "' Red and Green Stemware from France "r,e presentation of the Santa ,lr. of Beaverton, Ore., and l,ucia ceremony has become a I atriciabrothers,Of the familYEdgarhOme;of It lll ll , II Free Gdt Wrap Set of 6 $4 00 Christmas tradition at Dana, two i '' ' ..... ............ ., .... the only four-year college in Moscow, hlaho, and George of Il [ ,'n''[gA"[cA"D O-- P- tmas Cards 1/2 ,,,,,ri, founded by Danish l'omeroy, Wash.; four sisters, Chris pioneers. Mrs. Henry (Delphine) F]er-   Plenty of R am to ark $- ]nDenmark. Christn,asisso chin.erofGenessee,'daho; l  , ive rise to the saying that cherished and celebrated as t Hospil, Great Falls; Sister i    ? 0 b 0,::'  k i i "Christmas lasts a month." Mildred Marie and Sister Mary G e S Although somewhat Alvera, both of St. Mary's exaggerated, the Yule Hospital of Walls Walls, celebration does in fact begin Wash.; and six grandchildren. 209 SOUTH CENTRAL On 1)C. 13 -- Saint l,ucia's Day He was preceded in death by -- and continues through Jan. his parents, one brother and 13. two sisters, miltllmllEImmiil=ililltlmllmml