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4- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, Dec. 22, 1971 [ I Local News Items Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Danner have returned from Helena where they attended a meet- ing. Mr, and Mrs. Arthur ArnQld were pleasantly surprised with a Christmas telephone call from their son, Staff St. Gregory Arnold, USAF. Greg is with the 1836th Electronic Installa- alan Sqd. stationed at Ramstein AFB Germany, and called while in E, gland, Greg enlisted in Fresno, CaliL, in 1964 and has been stationed in Germany, Italy, Los Angeles, Vietnam, Andrews AFB, Washington, D.C. and Turley. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Andreason and family and Ernest Andrew will spend the holidays with their amilles in Bowie, Tex. A nice Christmas present ar- rived at the Dotlas Ran home. They became the parents of a baby girl last Week. Jeff Dana, Juneau Alaska, and Greg Dana; Rocky Mountain Georgia Monson Planning To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Floyd S. Mo son of Alexander, N. D., an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Georgia Karen, to John Holbrook. son 0 Mr. and Mrs. John Holhr0ok of Crane. College, will spend Christmas with their family, Mr. andMrs. Roger Dana. Home for Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rhines and Jerry will be Jim andGloria Rhines, BilHngs, and John Rhines, Eastern Montana Col- lege. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Petrlk St. will spend the holidays with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Petrik, Billiegs- Sunday, the senior Petrikshost- ed their traditional Norwegian Christmas smorgasbord for family and lends. Private Steve Knoop will ar- rive Christmas eve rom Shep- pard AFB, Tex., to spend his holiday leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Knoop. Brenda Gurney, University of Montana, and Charles Curacy, Eastern Montana College, ar- rived home Sunday to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. RusselJ Gttrney. Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Harper have returned from Panama City, Panama, Mexico City, Acapuleo and Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hurd, ac- compared by Mr. andMrs. Phil Hurd and family, Denver, have retta&apos;ned from San Jose, Calif., where they visited Mr.andMrs. Don Herd and family, Here for Christmas with tb.e Hurds will be Mr. and Mrs. Art Sturdevant and fanly, Great Falls, andMr. and Mrs. Bob Htwd, St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Nordell and family will spend Christ- mas day with the senior Nordells at their ranch home near Fort Union. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Corkran will spend the holiday weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mel land and family, Cartwrlght. Ca is a 1969 gradtmte of Alexander High School and is employed by the American State Bank of Williston, N. D. Her fiance is a 1968 gradu- ate of Sidney High School and is now serving in the U. S. Navy, at Imperial Beach, Calif. The couple plan to be married in ln.@erial Beth in J, :! Cherry Creek 4- H'ers Party A Christmas partywas held at the third meeting ot the Cherry Creek Ctmms Dec. 10 at the AI Z0annl home. The ineetlng began with the members singing Christmas carols. Mrs. Z oati gave out 4-H seals and pins. Mrs. Zoaml also told the group about her recent trip to Bismarck. Ann ZoamtL and Tam- my Hackley gave demonstra- tions. After the meeting ad, games were played and lunch was served. Cindy Syth, reporter: PRZSH GOODIES FOR THE Quality Fruit Cakes Nuts and Rum Soaked Fruit _ =_ T'___ I P i \\; .': . , -... . ,. . IN SEARCH OF SANTA-As if waiting for Santa Claus to appear for his packages, the two Fairview girls; Mary Boehler and Karen Nickens, observe the gift-wrapped "goodies" some mysterious Santa placed on top of the "air mail" box owned by Ed Thorman, south of Fairview. Power City Area News MRS. RUBEN HAMBURG ** "::r,lK and I returned Ie. 44 from a three. ,::,. , ,, week trip viaing our daugh- ter, Verna and Lee Davis and family in Omaha. En route we visited at the Walter Hensel home tn Bismarck and at the Harold Ruff home in Yanktou. On ot return trip we visited at the Rev. J. H. Wacker home in Lincoln, Neb. These families are formerly of Sidney and send their greetings to all their 1 and 2'A I1. Decorated Christmus Cakes * Stollen * Banana Nut Bread * Christmas Cookies * Ginger Bread Boys * Marble Cookies * Sugar Cookies * ItaJian Pasteries ORDER NOW On Dean's List Two Dickinson State C0liege students. Come Wersland and John Qutlmell, have been named to the Dean's List for the fall quarter of 1971. Both Cote and John are from Sidney. Snowflake Bake00 fl-ieeds here. Ohors we visited were an zt:i#McCook, Neb., and some friends In Bayard, Neb. Also an uncle aad  aunt Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hburg, Gering, Neb., who Ruben has not seen in 37 years. The tmcle is 8? years old. Mrs, Bob Bell entertain six little friends and their mothers Dec. 14 in honor of Brian's trd brthd, Mr, and Mrs. DougLas Re= are the happarents adaugh- ter, Rheta JO, ho Dec. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Alex RuPP ex- pect toentvrten at their on chrlstmas'd, Guests wLtt be Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rupp, Linda and Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Strashiem and family and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blodgett and Rcvnie. AllettaBuxbaum is home from tlsc (it Jt" ' ChHmas holld ....... Building Fund A building fund for the Mis- sionaries of Our Lady of, the Prairies at Powers Lake, N.D, for a larger school, an addition to the retirement home, a dorm and a convent has begu They are In need ( 600,000 Betty Crocker coupons; Gold Bond, S & H and HiLex for other items needed, All faiths are welcome tohelp and all help is greatly appreci- ated with remembrance in the prayers of mar children, old folks, Sisters, Brothers and priests, they noted. They will pay the postage. , Listing of New Squaw Gap ' I I ', T elephone Exchange ,' ! I B Area Code 701 I I I Meteall, Domdd F ......................... 565-2355 I I lw, Jim G ........................... 565-2345 I I Met,., ao (Bud) ........................ 52245 I Mac, Armdd ........................ 565-2267 I [ Maroon, Fa O. s65-22a, I I o,m, aldrd R. ..... 565-2227 I  I J Ndler, Norm=. E. ................... 565-2226 I I o 1 Ohm, Mfmti B ........................ 565-2341 Obome, Fnmk ............................ 569-2332 ! I Odme, Keith ........................... 569-2334 I I , ] | Peak, Raymond H ........................ 565-2243 I Plebvtew School .... 565-2348 I I Kn ]aim R. Rand ............... 569-2333 Rkkld, Gy ............ 565-2362 | i Rindald, K. ] .............. 565-344 | Rbdhl, Kenneth D .............. 565-2221 Ri.dMd, ]. Oliver 565-22t0 r" Rttter, Sam .................. ._. .. 569-232.5 u H Rivet, Leon and Regkm .............. 565-9.343 Hall Brothers (Wallace) .................. 565-2231 Rtt, Pierre ...... 565-2247 O < Hall, Doaaid ........................ .... 565-22&2 Ronnht@m, LNter ............... 565-2256 o. HaU, Leotard ......................... 565-2217 . . II S  L,, M, __.._._ ............ s2s0s sm.n. M,. .............. s= < Hatter Cow,Camp .........  ...... 565-2254 Shadweil ,chool .........  .... 565-2322 I Hatter, Ruiell D.......= ...... ....... $65,,.42 Sri, Co.'. ....... ; .... - ..... 565-29 I I Holbr, RonMd..L.,...,.--." .... ;....; ...... 565-2225 SkMt,$tg...o.. ................... 569-2356 J Smith, Chro E .............. 56S-2350 I 1 SpraT, Kyle P. ........... 566-2213 | Indgerd, Georw C. .................... 565-2252 SpenT, K# P. Jr .... 563-2340 I | K Squaw Gajp School ............ 565-220 | I Kiandl Ikother, ..................... 565-2259 Stewm,, Stuley ................ 565-2214 Koldmm, Melvi ..................... 569-239 5tewmmm, Nd ......... 565-:Lb8 I J Kuppr, Kelmeth .................... 565-2321 Stevmmn Sehool ............. 565-2260 | L Suit, Ray ............. 56L31 | J Lzy K-X Ranch 565-2234 T Talkie, Jack ............... 56S-220, | I Ldseth, Kmmet h .................. 565-2338 [ " "" " Taker, Wendell ......... 565-238 I Ddand, Ernest L ..................... 565-2251 Teleher, Jim Ranch ....... $(5-2g Lebnd, Joe .......... . ........... 565-2360 TeMr, Jlm Uppe Rmteh .... .. 565-2351 I Lelaml, Loy  565-2248 ......................... Thompmn, Vmmm ............ 5-$318 j ................. 565-2347 I I lada,d, MIvin J. Thrsm Leon ................. 569-2S58 I Leiand, Myron ........  ....... 565-2249565.2258 , Tgor, A,Irew ....... $65-2316 j I Ldand, Raymond .................. Leland Sdmol ..... 565-2250 V Lmth, G. S ................ ...t. .... 565-2274 Vuyktke, V'tet ...... 5&5-155 Llmeth, Omsr lmeh .............. 565-2273 W | M "; Werdand, Harold R. ....... $$-212 I Mscik, Raymond . and  ........ 56S-2311 WI Howard F ...... 5&5-2241 , CIm4T ....... 565-2265 Wlel,g, J. L. Rmeh ..... $-2813 Madkoa, Heary W ........... . 565-2245 Whited, Ronald F ...... S65-2S19 (RandO ........... _. 5;-22S wk, Loyd ......... 559-2SS0 I RESERVATION TELEPHONE CO. L......,,m.--.------..-,,-*-'--'-'--""':t.iP AND SAVE -llj||ju'l Balducke, David A. ........................... 569-g30 Bel, Joe ............................................ 569-2323 Brumd, Conrad. 569-2337 Brunevold, Miito .............................. '565-2352 Buckhorn Cattle Co ............................. 565-2237 C ,.f c., FJt=beth. ............................... 565- Carpmt, illrt R ....... , ............. 565-g335 Co LedleT, (I-1 Rap ...... 565:2286 Crightoa, DtdW....;.-. ............... . 565-2275 Crighton, Mamle ....... ...................... 56,5-2272 E Emtulea, Christian .............................. 565-2262 F FMbe,rg, Anna .................................. 569-2326 Fitzl'ald, George ........................... 565-2269 Folkvol, Ok ................................ 565..353 Folkvord, Ted ................................ 565-2346 G C, ubo, CheWer ................................... 565-2219 Go, Hb.. ..................... 565-2233 Goldsbey, Vemo. ......................... 56,%2330 C on'ell. Jay .................................... b5-2365 Mona-Charley Creek N FRANCES STEPPLER Jody and Jill Lelland, kaar eli Young's, MeCabe, : The Mona Homemakers Club Route, spent the weekend with Mrs. Victor Heliandl held fleir annum Christmas their grandparents, Mr. and Harold Martin luncheon in the Governorsroum Mrs. Les Candee. Christmas open at the Lal0nde Hotel Dec. 9with netta's beauty shoP anexchargeofgiftsfollowiugthe Sunday visitors at the Mel Rauschendorfer's were Mr. and so, Monday. luncheon. They wish to give a Mrs. Loren Laug, Sidney. Mrs. Gene Nelson special thanks to the waitress, ville, was a coffee Patty Watson, who did the serv- Robert Renz, south Poplar, Mrs. Ing. was a caller at the Clyde Gar- Mrs. Laa Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schmitz ten's, Friday. old Martin and Mr were Sunday visitors at the Mrs. Florence Spenoer was Helland visited Mrs. l home of her sister, Mr, and dismissed from the Culhert- Spencer, SaturdKv, i Mrs. Forrest Calllson, Richey. son hospital, Saturday, andwent bertson hospital. The Pete and Johnny Ruf- with her daughters, Nola and Bert Steppler, faRo's, and Cal Steppler's at- Ester, to Helena for a few rived home for the tended the Square Dance Club weeks during the holidays- Saturday. Christmas par in Poplar, on Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin A Merr Tuesday. were recent visitors atthe Low- one. Bert Bidegaray was one of the lucky winners of the $100 Santa dollarsing in Sidney lastin the first draWOweek. Santa Claus is Medical patients in the Cul- and well " bertson hospital the past week were Mrs. Florence Spencer, ,4, Mrs. Victor Helland and Mrs. .  .,it.: Anna Schmitz. "" /l'. Robert Rauschendorfer and _ Irvin Goss were overnight - guests of RaY Fatzinger, Grand- view, Wednesday, to help Roy celebrate s birthd. A a'prise potluck dinner was held at the St. Bernard' s church Slmday in honor of Father Har- my' s birthday. Mr. and Mr s. Alfred Valra .. called at the I.aVon Scldenz home, Friday, to get Sherri Schlenz who spent the weekend with the Valra's in Fairview. ": Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ruffatto o attended the supper in Willis- ton, Friday, which was held by O the Brockton Elevator Direc- tor's. and you can say that Medical Service again and aga.n, every day of all the years to come Must Be Claimed w,o the family gift is a Conn Organ, because of its Ken Childers, representative almost inexhaustible array trom the Miles City Social Se- of features and effects. curity Office, will be in Sidney at the Courthouse on Dec. 30 he- Come ,n and see our com- tween 8.'30 a.m. and noon. plete display. Make the jol- Peoplewho received medical lity and fun of St, Nick an services before Oct. 1, 1970, everyday occurrence! must claim Medicare reim- Prices start at $795 Imrsement for th e expenses by Dec. 31, 1971, tf they have Illustrated Prelude French Provincial not already done so. For more information, call or CC)NN visit the local Social Security Office in Miles City. The phone number is 232-4284 andis locat- ed at 713 Pleasant. The Miles City oice will ac- cept collect phone calls from Sidney Music the Sidney and Glendive areas, Monday through FridaY, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. U  ....... Nowforthe $amsonite Silhouette in discontinued colors at BIG SAVI This is a first time sale of Silhouette Luggage in discontinued colors All the famous Silhouette features: classic styling Absolite sides, recessed locks, deluxe linings, exclusive lightweight magnesium frameS. [] Ladies' [] Beauty Case $3300 524, [] finite 36.00 2. [] 24 Pullman 43.00 32A15 [] 26 Pullman Case 53.00 39. [] Handi-Tote 28.00 21.95 Ladies' colors: [] Antique Gold. [] Men's [][]21 Companion $36.00 [] 24 Companion 43.00 [] [] Tw0.Suiter 5300 .... [] Three-SuRer 58.00 [] Men's colors: Deep Cedar, ": rr{ Sale Starts Dec. 26