‘Pages from the Past’

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‘Pages from the Past’

March 20, 1974

The top stories in The Terry Tribune this week in 1974:

Boys’ state delegates

Bill Hauck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hauck, and Vern Corneliusen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Corneliusen, has been selected to attend Montana Boys State, as recently announced by John Meininger, Terry High School Principal. The session will be held on the Western Montana College Campus at Dillon from June 9-15, 1974.

Alternate Boys State delegate is Greg Tvetene, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tvetene. Greg will attend Boys State if it were impossible for one of the other delegates to attend.

Luncheon a success

(Photo caption) Mrs. David Hess holds the St. Patrick’s Day cake while Mrs. Joe Roos draws the lucky winner of the same at last Friday’s Sacred Heart Luncheon and Food Sale. Christy Fossen won the cake. The Altar Society reports they had one of their largest and must successful luncheons Friday.

Roping Club officers elected for 1974

(Photo caption) Hosting its annual meeting Saturday night, the Terry Roping Club elected new officers and directors for 1974. The officers are Buzz Vowell, treasurer; Art Reukauf, president; Jerry Smalis, vice president; J.B. Jordan, director; Robert Dolatta, director; Chris Cameron, director and Henry Haughian, director.

Royal Neighbors meet

(Photo caption) The Royal Neighbors served a delicious roast beef dinner at the Roping Club meeting Saturday night. Providing efficient service as cooks and waitresses were Kelly Jo McMakin, Lorraine Shucker, Amelia Trask, Barbara Macioroski, Emma Gotland, Pauline Brown, Nellie Brost, Fern Pomeroy and Nellie Lakey.

Returned from Puerto Rico

Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. Smith recently returned from a trip to San Juan, Pueto Rico. They earned the five day trip through Ford Motor Company’s Customer Service Department. While there they visited St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands.

Wins pig

Mrs. Eva Cullen won the Farm & Ranch Days hog at Dick’s Conoco last weekend. Her guess of 219 pounds was closest. The hog weighed 220.

Return from trip to Venezuela

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Flakenstern returned Saturday from an 8-day trip to Venezuela. The tour group, 180-strong, stayed in Caracas, the capital of Venezuela. While there, the group toured points of interest in the surrounding areas. An interesting sidelight of the trip was the Pat Nixon was in Caracas while the group was there. The trip was earned through the New Holland Implement Company.

Terry Jaycees place 4th in tournament

The Terry Jaycees placed fourth in the Jaycee Basketball tournament held in Terry last weekend. Broadus took first, Miles City second, Jordan third, and Terry fourth. Named to the all-tournament team was: Fred Wambolt, Miles City; Glenn Hagemann, Jordan’ Bill Grist, Terry; Wayne Shiffler, Broadus; and Joe Ebbon, Miles City.

Farm Bureau sponsors Cathy Sackman

Prairie County Farm Bureau is sponsoring Cathy Sackman in the Miss Eastern Montana Pageant. The board met Feb. 27, at the City Hall and regular meeting was at Fallon, March 15. Francis Kelly and Chuck Bick, insurance representatives, presented a program on estate planning with charts and a film. Doughnuts and coffee were served.

Hubing files for re-election

Incumbent Lee Hubing announced he has field for reelection in House District 52,. District 52 includes Prairie and Custer counties.

Equipment ordered

Equipment, consisting of a translator and antenna, have been ordered by the Terry TV District.

The installation, which will take place in approximately 50 or 60 days, will allow district viewers to receive Channel 8, KTVQ 2, Billings. This will make four channels available locally.

Receives award

(Photo caption) Carol Anne Pehl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Pehl of Terry, received the Outstanding Freshman recognition award at the annual Montana State University College of Agriculture banquet. With her is Alpha Zeta president Bruce Parker.