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8- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, Dec. 22 1971 Heart Fund Announces Officers Mrs. John Kappel will serve as campaign chairman of the Rlchland County 1972 Heart Fund Drive, it was announced by Leonard W. Etchart, M.D., Billings, president of the Mon- tana Heart "Association. The campaign will be conducted thyoughout February, with ag0al of $1500. Mrs. Kappelexpressed appre- ciation to all who gave to the 1971 Heart Fund Drive, which in Rlchland County totaled $1,- 352.94. Gifts from Montanare si- I II I I II III I II I I dents during the past year have proximately 1,300 rheumatic been expended unresearch, pub- fever patients obtain penicillin lic and professional education tablets at low cost by prescrip- and community service pro- lion from their physicians. The grams. Seminars on coronary prod'am is administered by care were conducted for physi- MHA in cooperation with the clans, registered ma'ses and li- Montana Medical Association censed practical nurses, and the Montana Pharmaceutical h multimedia insWuctional Association. system was purchased at the In conjunction with the State cost of $7,000 and is loaned to Departnent of Health, heart Montana hospitals to bring the screening clinics have been latest techniques in coronary sponsored throughout the state. care unit knowledge to physi- Almost 50 per cent of those clans and nurses. Each year ap- tested were referred to their ,  I  i i rl . physicians for further consul- :ration. Y We wish you all the long-lasting happiness of an old-fashioned Christmas shared with family and friends. Heartfelt thanks for your continued loyalty and good will. I III Pacific Hide and Fur III I IIII II I IIIII III I I I I Here's :;: L';.I our cheery greeting for an old-fashioned Happy Holiday! Your friendship and patronage warm our hearts. I .:- :. T" Farmers Elevator Fairview, Montana I I I I [ I II[J Herb and Pete Club Tavern J[I I [111 I II I III I J I is aglow, in the hearts of young and old. Add to its warmth our bright "thank you." Garland W, Kropp, field rep- ' .resentative of Great Falls, met with several interested persons last week and announced that Jerry Bumer will be 1972 treas- :. urer for the Fund Drive. Alma Murphy will again be secretary and publicity chairman. Kropp will be in Sidney about Jan. 2 to  .... make plans for the Fund Drive. . . . MANY HAPPY RETURNS . . . President of the Campfire Valerie Kriugen called the meeting to order. The secretary read the minutes. We answered roll call by naming what we want for Christmas. We learn- ed how to set the table proper- ly. We made hot chocolate. We finished our Christmas project. Leslie Herbert, acting sec- retary I III II II Midland Inc. / Sidney Chamber of Commerce, John Olson delivers congratulations and introduces the large Sidney dele- gation to the audience during the ceremony dedicating the new telephone service in the Squaw Gap commun- ity last week:. The Sidney Chamber of Commerce worked hard and turned a lot of wheels to help the 100 ranchers in the Squaw Gap area achieve their dream of having a brand new phone system with the most mod- ern automatic equipment. Telephone directories for southeastern Montana are available to the new Squaw Gap subscribers through the Sidney Chamber of Com- merce office. III I INGER'S LABOR'S REWARD- Melvin Leland and Ray Macik listen to a host of speakers wishing them and their community of Squaw Gap well during the ceremony last week that officially connected the small community to the rest of the world. Squaw Gap, for the first time in history, now enjoys telephone service. Leland and Macik, both ranchers in the Scluaw Gap area, worked hard to make the brand new phone system a reality. Squaw Gap is located 24 miles southeast of Sidney in North Dakota. I I q Flower Shop lilU I I I I and love abounding, as once again we celebrate the dear Saviaur's birth. And we thank you for your continued good will. Montana 00ational Bank e of Richer II1[ II I I I Elmdale - Spring Lake - E FRANCES STEPPLER Antone Carda St. was honor- ed on his 81st birthday at his home Dec. 15 with the following present: Mr. and Mrs. Antone Carda Jr. and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Irigoin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carda and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Carda. IAnda Klaana was an over- night guest of Celia Prevost, Lambert, last Friday. Sunday visitors at the Joe Irigoin's were I'. and Mrs. Fred Dermis and Cleo Ann, Sid- ney. Paladichnk and Mr. and Mrs. Rqy Steppler' s, Wednesday. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Kermeth Klasna's were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hagen, south Poplar. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Salsbury returned from a long vacation trip which took them to Seattle, Portlml, California, Albuquer- que and Kansas, where theyvis- ited friends and relatives. Mrs. Pat Barnhart have from N, they ds with the Mr. and Mrs. attended the Club Christmas bertson, Saturday. Frances Steppler USDA Christmas was held at the Elks Seasons Greetin Word has been received ftmn .:i: Mrs, Mne. :ma:;:: ' . Neb., that her .grldqleg, .... Diane Lapp, is now.at :home from the hospital butisinalxy cast ontil New Ye,00s. i wishes to thank everyorfortbe Les & y M . letters and says she is slow in Mar oor answering them but will try to as time allows. Close neighbors gathered at / the new trailer home of Mr.and ana Mrs. Dan Glodowsld for ahonse- warming, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. AI Snedlar visited his sister, Mr. andMrs. Freddie Whiteman, North Rich- ey, Sunday. Mrs. Paul Amest and Mrs. Charles Ameste visited Mrs. Victor Helland, who is a Patient in the Culbertson hospital, last Wednesday. The Kenneth Klasna fanttly were visitors at her sister's, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Orne, Squaw Gap, Skmday. Some of the parents attended the PTA meetit at the Lam- bert School and exchaled ifts after the meeting durirg a Christmas pary, Monday mlght. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carda and son, Rory, were arno the honored guests at the Kiwanis luncheon at tha Lalonde Hotel ballroom last Thursday in which Rory received his seeond place award in the Kiwanis Tour Es- say contest. College students home for the holidays are Charlene Vaira, Ricky Sheehan, Bob and Chuck Larson, Collin Vaira, Gary Amestay, Jim Goss and Gene Amest. Recent visitors at the Aldo Valra's were their son, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Vaira, DenVer, Colo. They also td . tJjl" brothers, the Alfred, Jim, Paul, Eddie .and Guido Valrafu[les. Mrs. Paul. Vaira visited her mother, Mrs. Celia Gibson, Richey, while Prom and bs ,at- tended the basketball game. Doreen Valra was t over- night guest of Krtst Rehbe4n, south Enid, oneiht last week. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klasna and EAmond attended the Yellow- stone lAvestock Christm par- ty at the Moose Ha!l, Friday. FransstepXler ws:caller ,. at her daaghers, 'Hrs. ,Jim: To each and evezy one of our good tiends and/trons, we eztend, with sincere appreciation, warm wishes /or a most memorable holiday. Triple A Implement i i i Gary & Linda Kindo from Les' Welding Service in the spirit of this beautiful season, we greet our friends and extend sincere gratitude for their kindnoss and 1offlty. F randsen' s Agate and Gift t t | Our Yuletide Greetings tree is trimmed with the season's wisls, and our words ot thanks. Gambles Home Owned Phil and Lois Junso and y GRETINGS Erees all a-glimmer, surprises in storet To the holiday shimmer, add our warm gratitude. Moran T ruck & T ractor Service Ch as. tUtshes May the sP i of peace whi' is the essen of this seaS instill in . a feeling tr in goodwill ; ' Thank yoU 011 Morey' s Grocery