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Ight Classes Planned m ! of the Sidney - Fair- area who have not complet- school will again be Started by Fishermen membership drive is cur- Under way by the Fair- Club which was for area fishermen Years ago and recently a club house. $ndheim and ale view and Henry Sidney were instru- the club house a great deal of work in shape. has approximately raembers and their house is Zd eight miles north of and three miles south the Yellowstone to officials from their house will be boy scouts in the area facilitie s in the other local residents donated money, materials to get the club started. given an opportunity to attend night classes to obtain a high school equivalency certificate. Gene Severson, manager of the Montana State Employment Service in Sidney announced to- day that only one session will be conducted this winter with openings for 35 trainees. The first session will begin Jan. 25, at 7:15 p.m. at the Sidney High School. Classes will be given two nights each week for five weeks, sessions will last for two hours each night. James Wood, vice principle of the Sidney Senior high school will instruct the classes. Nearly 80 local residents have taken advantage of this opportunity the past two years and. 55 have received their high school equivalency certifi- cates. The high school equivalency program is a plan designed for persons, 19 years old or older, who have not completed their high school education. Through a series of class sessions and tests, it offers persons an op- portunity to obtain the equival- ent of a high school diploma from the Montana State De- partment of Education. The tests administered lo- Fulkerson Funeral Homo "and The Cloyd-Gorder Chapel" Jack F',mr. Homer Gorder Sidney, Montana Serving the Health Needs of Eastern Montana & Western North Dakota Families Since 1909 Turner Friendly +Drug Sh)re Downtown, Sidney, Montana The newest and most modern Drug Store in Eastern Montana or Western North Dakota cally under this program are officially known as the tests of General Educational Develop- ment (GED), and are generally referred to as the high school equivalency examination tests. Severson said that books will be furnished by Action for Eastern Montana, an OEO spon- sored action group. No charge is made for the loan and use of study books. At the comple- tion of the study period, tests will be administered by a rep- resentative of the DawsonCoun- ty Junior College at a fee of approximately $4 per trainee. Costs for the study sessions are set at $10 per student for the 20 hours of class room study. Wood and Severson concure that this is a real opportunity for anyone needing a high school equivalency. Anyone desiring to attend or who wants more information, please contact James Wood, at the Sidney High School, Bar- bara Leastman at Richland County Court House, or anYone at the Montana State Employ- ment Service in Sidney. Burglar Steals Money at Church Sidney police authorities are investigating a reported theft which occurred last week atthe Pella Lutheran Church here ac- cording to Police Chief Johnny Schmitt. Schrnitt said the thief appar- ently gained entrance to the study in the church, pryed afile cabinet open with a screwdriver and took $10 in small change from an envelope in the cabinet. The file cabinet isreportedly worth about $400 and sustained $100 in damage when the thief pryed it open. According to Schmitt, rec- ords show the same type of theft occurred at the church a year ago. Schmitt said the police de- partment obtained finger prints at the scene and will send them to Washington, D. C., for filing and identification. The burglars tools were left at the scene. LAMBERT INFRA-RED Portable Handy Heater COmplete with Regulator - Tank Fittings- Tank Bracket and Stand - 6' Rubber Hose - MODELS Protective Wire Guard "15.15,000 BTU ................................. $53 's 7.7,000 BTU .................................... s43 s Propane bottle not included Burns 6 hours on one gallon of gas PORK PRODUCERS... (Continued from page 1) Still 357 Pair of Women's and Children's ? days. gleeful Tle Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, January 20, 1971 - 3 Dave Taylor originally from  ,  Wolf Point, has recently been ..  named General Manager of Ac- ; ,  tion Auto Chrysler Plymouth Sidney. Taylor received his B. S. in - Two forsooken bicycles silently await the coming of better out of business, the bikes mark time until once more, they carry spring. City Fines Bernice Cundiff, 64, Sidney,' $25 bond forfeiture for failure to back in safety. Stephen W. Olson, 17, Sidney, $25 fine for careless driving. Tila J. Vallejo, 51, Sidney, $35 fine for no drivers license. Brent A. Anderson, 19, Sid- ney, $20 fine for careless driv- ing. Darwin H. Rosaaen, 35, Sid- ney, $35 fine for no drivers li- cense. Rodger T. Grendahl, 21, Ar- negard, N. D., $25 bond for- feiture for careless driving. FEEDER TOUR . . . (Continued from page 1) p.m. at the Lion's H all followed by a banquet at 6:30 p.m. at the Civic Center. Heading this year's tour com- mittee are Chairman Karst, Vice Chairman Garry Steinley, Treasurer Orion Sundheim and Secretary Dan Watts. Other members include Rich- land County ExtenslonAgent Ellis Williams, McKenzle Coun- ty Extension Agent Kermit Tnepke, Harold Schlothauer, Jerry Lassey, Larry Davidsen, Jim Noble, Dale Hurley, Hank Kittleson, Gordon Berndt, Pete Kiamas and Gerhard Reichen- bach. ''";:':"':':'':">':":":;:';:;':";:::;:':;:;ii tatistics BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. John Shortell, Culbertson, girl, Jan. 12, 7 Ibs. 90ZS. Mr. and Mrs. LarrY Bux- baum, Sidney, boy, Jan. 12, 8 lbs. 12V2 oza. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Robin- son, Richey, girl, Jan. 13, 7 Ibs. 7 ozs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kordon- owy, Sidney, boy, Jan. 17, 8 Ibs. 11 ozs. MARRIAGE LICENSE Fld Leslie Candee, Pop- lar, and Georgia Milne, Poplar, applied Jan. 14. WEATHER Date Max. Min. Precip. Jan. 12 -4 -22 lx Jan. 13 0 -18 .05 Jan. 14 -7 .23 .01 Jan. 15 12 -31 .00, Jan. 16 37 8 tr Jan. 17 37 -6 tr Jan. 18 18 -4 tr . Pat i  Ber ger A00pts College Pat Bergt i tfl&Jistar foot- ball player t"y High School, has aece athletic grant-in-aid foit\\;\a State University, B ssistant Coach Sony  has an- nounced. Bergero 6-, i9was adefen- sire linebacker ! anoffensive end at Sidney. Saturday's events will begin "Pat has the size and speed to he a fine college player, -- with a breakfast at the Lalonde Holland said. "We* very  Hotel ballroom followed by the happy to have him signWithus. second se asian of the producer s "    SE:NEy ? J annual business meeting. The Berger'a high school coach  ]lmMlr ll| was Ran Ewlng..  ....... D u fst session.of the meetingwili:, .... Jill's t ae':,., Mrs.  be held at Ap.,,on,Friday .... Johnrger, f,, tv,,,, ,,,'. I,,,2;., **', "' Officers forthe ctingyear . , :.,,,-v,. , , ,,,;.,',, ,,rJ . rim Plan Attendance will be elected during the Satur- day morning business meeting. Dr. Bailey is scheduled to present his material on arthri- tis and respiratory diseases in swine at 9 a.m. Saturday. Dr. Redmon will give histaik on effects of environment on production at 10:05 a.m. Afternoon events include the presentation of 1971 officers and directors of the MPPC and a panel discussion on swine production in Montana. Commercial displays will be viewed at 9 a.m. and 3p.m.Sat- urday. The Porkettes Saturday breakfast will begin at 8 a.m. followed by their business meet- ing. The convention will be cli- maxed by a dance at the Elks Club beginning at 8 p.m. Satur- day. Pigs are beautiful. SALE SHOES LEFT 62 Pair Men's Shoes At Legi00u00e ,P. . Mmbers of .ontana Farmers Unioff Wifld like to attend two dsy::the leg- ialature in Helename asked to contact Mrs. Doug Johnson, Girard Route, Bx 159, Sidney. The attendance at the session will be during 'the Week of Feb. 14 according to,.bits. Johnson. Further infcrmOn may be obtained by. e 798-3606. HARRIS... in Sidney are t O-Matic nance holdouts The stems ceived in ers and plained are left ing exces town In night, mayor' $2400 taken and. he ordi- re-+ Carpenter. Seitz PRICES CUT FURTHER ON MOST ITEMS our $1.00 and $2.00 Table Chances are we shll have your size! SUBSCRIBE to the Herald. It's Easy " BULLETIN: Saves Money for Farmers, Ranchers and Feeders. WHAT IS THE SIMPLEX SYSTEM? Simplex is a computerized rec- cord keeping system for farmers, ranchers, and feeders which pro- vides valuable information to the farmer = rancher of today and is designed so that very little effort and time is required by the farm- er- manager. WHAT WILL IT DO FOR ME? Simplex will provide you with monthly print outs listing all checks, deposits and journal en- tries, a general ledger in detail, a balance sheet, a profit and loss statement showing current month and year to date, gives you auto- matic bank reconciliation, cur- rent status of loans, livestock in- ventory control and saves you money. i i I i New sale policy -- we will be glad to exchange - or- refund sale merchandise. General Manager Nam,00,:l Business Administration and Economics from Pacific Uni- versity, Forest Grove, Ore. While attending Pacific, he was also employed at Westway.Cjry- sler Plymouth hnc., Portland, Ore. After graduation he was pro- mated to assistant manager at Westway. Taylor later received a teaching assistantship towork on his Masters in Business Ad- ministration at Portland State University. He completed his graduate work last Dee. 18. Dave has a wife, Bonnie, and two children, ages 3 and4. They will make their home inSidney. 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It takes the guess work out of farm management and points out areas where corrections can be made, which Saves you money and increases your profits, Many farm-managers have already pro- ven this fact. HOW DO I SIGN UP FOR SIMPLEX? Contact the Sidney National Bank or Sidney Data Processing. information in detail will be fur- nished without obligation. Sign up now and make 1971 a more profitable year. COMING EVENTS JANUARY 20 League Archery shooting begins in basement of Moose JANUARY 21 Senior Citizens will meet at 1:30 p.m. at the Moose Hall JANUARY 25 Richland Home Auxiliary will meet at 2:30 p.m. -- - Academy of Friendship will meet in the Moee Hall i" - at 8:00 p.m. Sidney Nile Club will meet atthe home of Cora YOder, -" at 8:00 p.m. JANUARY 26 Adult art class organizational meeting will be held at the Junior High School in room 304. The basic art class will be at 7:30 and Oil and Water Class at 8:00 p.m. JANUARY 28 Ridgelawn Homemakers Club will meet at 2:30 p.m. at Edith Larsens, 418 2nd St. SW. Linda Stienly is co- hostess. JANUARY 25 - 30 MIA Little Festival at Sidney Paint and Glass JANUARY 31 Beginners Square Dance Lessons at 7:30 p.m. at the Lalonde Hotel Ballroom. In Banking It's People That Make The Difference!