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i ,2 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney. M.ont.,Wednesday, Dec. 22o1971 Refreshing Watq.00r Laws Needed IJI I II I I I II I " clai uses will prevail. For example, Bowman said that maw irrigators put too much water on the fields, thus ! ,me 00on00er of AlIMm/0000lk\\;Jq'00b,;q'.00 I d00riving do0000eam users I Cars,,', birth fill your mmmmik : j" I thattheir thereShare'hasAn°therbeenpr°blemiSdeveloped I hoo,00 wi,h ioy. 00,oce v J I no ace==00 method or mea00- so no one knows for sure who is getting too much and who is getting too little. ne ectric oentral .ling .d recar=ng tern for administration of water s m  , , , • rights, but former Rep. Wesley priority to the use of some partment at Montana State Uni- one who first uses the water. D'Ewart € Wilsall objected to streams. "  versity, was the speaker who Heretofore all water rights have this, asserting that adjudication A committee is being select- called attention to the fact that , been settled I, court decisions, by courts is efficient and eco- ed to draft proposed rew water only two western states have but one of the objectives of the heroical, legislation. We wis, to extend our zlucere thaakz to all you wonderful people who make dato-daT buztne a pleazum. Rasmussen Servicenter I I I IIII I1[ I III I I I I IIIIIIII III I I IIIII II I IIII Iii I Valley Hardware I I I I The wondrous Holiday /t is here, time to wish all people on earth )iness and joy. We join in to wish a Merry Christmas to all. / KGCX , Radio Yellowstone Area News MR& PETER HEINLE Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Buxbaum and Dong and Scott will have as their dinner guests on Christ- mas Day, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gardner and family, Buford; Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cayko, Wayne and Jimmy, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buxbaum and John. Mr. and Mrs. John Banman and girls will have as their Christmas dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weber and Mrs. Jane Bauman. Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Bieber will have as their Christmas dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Beiber and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Beiber and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller of Sidney. The St. John' s Lutheran Church will have their Christmas pro- gram for the Sunday school on Christmas eve. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cayko and lxys, Glendive, visited over the weekend at the Nick Cayko and Eddy Buxbamn homes. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mock and Wendy visited over the week- end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Wentz. On Stmdw afternoo they left for Bill.s where he will be em- pled. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Cayko St. will be Christmas dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Cayko, Richard and Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cayko will be Christmas dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Denting. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Cotter Jr, and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Cotter St., lcaaqlyn and Philip, will be dlrmer guests on Christmas day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Weber and family of Alexander. The Christmas program at the East Fairview School was outstanding this year as it has been every year and a large crowd of parents and friends were on hand to enjoy it on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Berry and Mrs. julene Kihlg and cM|- dren will be leaving the last of the week to spend Christmas at Quincy, Wash., with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Morrill and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Morrill Mr. and Mrs. Bill Damm will entertain at a Christmas dinner at their home with members of their family as guests. Mr. and Mrs. Durum Waiherg and children will arrive here tMs week to spend a few days visiting her parents, Mr. and MrS. E. A. Denowh and her brothers. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Denowh will have as their dinner guests on Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Du- ane Walberg and family, Minne- apoUs; Mr. and Mrs. Larry De- nowh and family, Sidnoy, and Mr. and Mrs.Waye Denowhend Clayton Falhenhegen. Last Thursday evening the Catholic Youth went caroUng in town md later came back to the church whore a lunch was serv- ed. Mr. andMrs.EdwinDsehaak and Mr. and Mrs. Grdon Kinz- ler prepared the lunch for them. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dschaak, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Duda and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Duda visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Deming and took a birth- d cake for Mrs. Deming who celebrated her birthday that day. Mr. and Mrs. Eldean Flytm and Scott, Tamara and TmWeb will be Christmas eve guests at the home of Mr. and Mr s. Flynn and Melody. Mr. and Mrs. Eldean Flynn and family will spend Christ- mas d with her parents, Mx. and Mrs. Ervin Norgaard Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence John- son went to Williston, Monday, to attend funeral services fee Frank Erickson. Several families went to Sid- ney on Sunday to attend the Christmas program at the Christian and Missionary Alli- ance Church. Ruth Finsaas, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fins&as, who are missionaries on furlough to Ro- desia, is spending a week here with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fin- saas and family. Ruth is attend- ing the Bible School in Billings. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Gross will have as their Christmas day ditmer guests Mr. andMrs. Nor- man Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hurley and children and Mr. and Mrs. Darby Dahl and baby. Mrs. Fred Gardner and cldl- dren were over from Buford on Saturday and attended the Tren- ton - Fairview Schools grKle school game. They also visited the Ron Gross fam/ly, Sift. and Mrs. Lloyd Messner and family arrived thls week the AFB at Mlnot and are visiting his nmter, Mrs. Caro- line Messner. [ 8e"ior Citizem i News I The Sidney Senior Citizens met Dec. 16 at the Moose Hall • at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Don Pentz d Ricbeygave a report on her trip toWashing- ton, D. C. to attend the White House Conference on Aging. Mrs. Groskurth reported on a project for the further edu- cation of retarded children af- ter they reach 17. Nord Lurid and Allan Darnall reported on the non-profit hous- ing center meeting held at the Lalonde Hotel. Eight tables of whist were played. Mable Iverson, • Poplin., won high scare as did Ralph Blair. Elsie Ray drew the door prize. The December birthday calms went to Mona Hopkins, 86, and Frost Wilder, 84. Mable lver- so PoPlar, was a guest. There will be nomeeflrgDec. 23. The next meeting will be Dee. 30 at the Moose Hall with Enuna Derodder and gda Ullman as hostesses. On Jan. 6, Mrs. Jo- gen Groskurth, Merjm-ie Ander- sen and MergaretBlsir willtiost the meeting. III Jims Barber Shop Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gerl and Michelle, Laramie, Wyo., are here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flynn Jr. Mrs. Ruth Green, Sidney, spent several days at the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Christiansen. Laurie Swenson, who attends college in Jamestown arrived on Frt 'to spend the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Gyda Swenson. Kerry Swenson, who attends the University at Grand Forks, came the middle of this week and will be here over the holid, s. Mr. and Mrs. John Hardy are leaving on Christmas far Chicago where they will visit their daeghter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bratland for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mock will have as their Christmas day guests Mr. andMrs. Dave Kwas- hey and children, Sidney, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wicerek and family. Peter Helnle returned onFri- day from the Memorial Hospital in Sidney where he had under- gene surgery. Mrs. Ralph Hurley and Cindy are leaving on Christmas day for Royal, Iowa, to visit her parents for flze holid,s. Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Heinle and family will have as their dirmer guests onChristmas day, Mr. and Mrs. Orwald Nergaard, Rlchey; Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Retchentmch and family mdMr. and Mrs. Peter Heinle and Kurt. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Chllders and Peggy and Penny will enter- taln on Christmas eve, Mr. and Mrs, Ral Hurley and Cindy, Mr. and MrS. Dale Hurle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Hurley and family and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ummlmnn and fam- ily. Sam Herdy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benct Hardy will arrive the middle of the week from Denver, where he attends the University t Colorado Medi- cal School, and will spend the Holiday s here. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Haytar and two children spent the week- end with bis aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Bennit HardY. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hardy and family enterUdned Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hammler at a pre -hoU- d dioner at their home this week. Dr. and Mrs. V. Skroms, Billings, and John Skroms, who is teaching In western North Dakota will be spending part of the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. John Hardy. The Bluebird girls from the East Fairvtew and Fmlrview Schools held their Christmas party tegether at the Lions Hail. The girls had the haildeccrated and had a program and also • presented their mothers with ADORE HIM! Pioneer Loan and Realty I ii ii i gifts they made. Mrs. James Ketterling is one of the leaders this year. Karen Karst will be spending the weekend here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Karst. She is employed in Bil- lings. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Karst were supper guests, Sunday, at the home of Mr. and Mr s. Fred Karst. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Herdt and Jeri Lynn will be spending the weekend at Dodge, N. D., with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Ketter- ling went to Bufard, Sunday, to attend the 40th anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Everett Green, at their home. Mr. and Mrs. James Ketter- plan to have as their Christ- mas day dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ketterling, Mr. and Mrs. Rich Croy and Ricbie and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lester and family plan to go to Town- er, N. D., to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Best. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ronning, Edmonds, Wash., will arrive here on Friday to spend a week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller entertained at a holiday dinner on Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Betber and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller, Sid- ney. Mr. and Mr s. Tom Gable and Debbie will be hosts on Christ- mas day at adinner for relatives at their home. Mr. md Mrs. Clair West will entertain members of their fam- ily at a dinner on Christmas d at their home. All of their children but Mr. andMrs. Eddie West, who live at Greybull, Wyo., will be home. Mrs. Clair West has a ceram- ics class, which she teaches, meeting at her home on Monday evenings. Linda Schlothauer who attends the Eastern Montan College in Billing s is spending the holiday s with her parents, the Dave Schlothaners. She is also work- ing for a few days at Sobolik's in admy. Harry' s Plumbing and S€ Spirits are light! There's much happy cheer and merriment as we join in the celebration of Snowflake Bak{ v log glowS, so glow our feelings as we extend warm greetings to our customers and friends. Thank you and Happy Holiday to all. Sidney Red-E-Mix It's the Holy Season, time when hearts are fried with gratitude, love and good will. In this spirit we extend our warmest wishes and thankS" F. T. Reynolds