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RIANGLE The Triangle will be closed EntertainmentThestdneyHerald'Sidney'Mnf"wed"Feb7'19737Be*'ee until Feb. 1 2 ..... EveryNight ExeeptMonday 00gal Notlees CREDITORS Of Duncan Narum, also D. H. Narum, Deceased. IS HEREBY GIVEN by Ruth E. Narum, of the eState of Duncan deceased, to the creditors all persons having claims decedent, to exhibit with the necessary vouchers months after the first of this notice to said at the office of Paul H. P, Attorney at Law, 212 Avenue South, Sidney, Dated this 18th day of January, Au, 1972. RUTH E. NARUM H. CRESAP Avenue South Address: Box 953 Montana 59270 For Executrix Jan. 24 and 31; Feb, 7 1973) 'HE DISTRICT COURT OF SEVENTH JUDICIAL ICT OF THE STATE OF: IN AND FOR THE OF RICHLAND CASE NO. 10,15S NORSTROM, Plaintiff,-vs- L. SALSBURY, a single LELA DAYTON; LEONARD and ALVINA husband and wife; - E. SALSBURY, a single JEANETTE M. PRATT; and OTHER PERSONS IMng or who night right, title, estate or or lien or encumbrance real property described in or any thereof, .' to plaintiff,s Ownership, or upon plaintiff's title whether such claim or claim be present or con- including any claim or claim of dower, inchoate or Defendants lEES' NOTICE OF SALE PROPERTY ;E IS HEREBY GIVEN M. Halvorsen, Oscar Olson ie J. Burns, Referees ap- the above, entitled Court purpose of appraising and the hereinafter described will sell said real by Public auction to be in the Courtroom of the Ouse in Sidney, Richland Montana, on Thursday, 1973, at the hour Of 2:00 =.M., o such later hour as may continue the NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF WALTER RIEDEL, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, by the undersigned, Herbert Reidle, Executor of the estate of Walter Riedel, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four (4) months after the first publication of this notice to V. G. Koch, Attorney for estate, Sidney, Montana, hereby designated as the place for the transaction of business of the estate. Dated this 29th day of January, A. D. 1973. -s- Herbert Reidle Executor VICTOR G. KOCH Attorney at Law Attorney for estate Post Office and Business Address: Courthouse, Box 831 Sidney, Mont. (Publish Jan. 31; Feb. 7, 14 and 21) NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF MYRTLE L. ROBBINS, Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, by the undersigned, Muriel O'Connor, Executrix of the estate of Myrtle L. Robbins, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four (4) months after the first publication of this notice to V. G. Koch, Attorney for the estate, Sidney, Montana, hereby designated as the place for the transaction of business of the estate. Dated this 24th day of January, A. D. 1973. -s- Muriel O'Connor Executrix VICTOR G. KOCH Attorney at Law Attorney for Estate Post Office and Business Address: Courthouse, Box 831 Sidney, Montana (Publish Jan. 31; Feb. 7, 14 and 21, 19731 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Leo O'Connor, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned, Leo J. O'Connor Jr., Executor of the estate of Leo O'Connor, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said decedent, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers subject to the hereafter within four (4) months after the first and conditions, the publication of this notice fo said ng described lands and Executor at the office of Paul H. ses located within Richtand Cresap, Attorney at Law, 212 Montana : Central Avenue South, Sidney, FARM UNIT Montana. 26 North, Rang e 58 Dated this 24th day of January, A. Sec. 23 . S/2N1/2, D., 1973. Legislative Work Representatives Bob Prevost, The hill proposes to establish a Lambert, and Henry state,vide system for Sehepens, Sidney, look over designation and management House Bill 133 (luring a session of  lid, scenic and at the Montana Legislature. recreational waterways. Precious Property Sac. 19 . W+/2Sw1/4; Sec. Vl/4, NVSWv4. kND RESERVING Sid Sale all minerals in and said land. 1960 acres lAp- 1,660 acres cultivated) VALUE determined S200,000.00. ;RAZING UNIT P 26 North, Range 58 '.M. Sac. 13 - SEI/4NWl/4 ' SW%sW1/4, N%SEI/4, Sec. 14 + SE%NEI/4, S E;] NW=/=, SW1/4, One day a man in a worn out coat walked into a shop of a C, hieago expert in precious stones. Producing from his pocket a rough red stone he asked the expert if he could polish and cut the stone into a pretty pendant, so that he could give it to his wife on their 25th wedUing anniversary. Upon examining the stone the expert asked, "Where did you get this?" Nonchalantly the man replied, "Oh, my father picked it up some 50 years ago in Hungary. He thought it pretty and give it to us kids to [)lay with. When I came to America, I discovered that my mother had put it in my suit- case. Since then it has been around my home. One time we thought we had lost it, but then SEI/4, SVzSEI/4; Sec. 24 LEO J. O'CONNOR Jr. we cleaned out an overstuffed gold mine in our homes, we SEv4, SWV4SWv4; Sec. 25 PAUL H. CRESAP Sec. 26 . NWV4NE%, 212 Central Avenue South ' : chair before we traded it in, treat it with disrespect, At :'/,E,,,, S'/NEV,+ P.,-+O. A:+aew s3.,,. +..,.., found it,ack. Come . +timt it too gets-lost-under, all ge 59 East, AttorneySidney' Montana59270for Executor ' think of it, my last el+did used it sorts of things. We live in (PublishJan. 31;Feb. 7,14and21, to ut her teeth, About a month poverty, we go begging for 1973) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Germanus A. Brenner, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned, Vera L. Brenner, Executrix of the estate of Germanus A. Brenner, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said decedent, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four (4) months after the first publication of this NE%SEI4 .+=e notice to said Executrix at the office , ...... 19 of Paul H. Cresap, Attorney . at . E,2SE,; Sec. 20. AIII Law, 212 Central Avenue South, '/zNWl/4, S'/2; Sec. 22 Sidney, Montana.. '1/4, S"SW'/4, N"2S"2 ; Dated this 31st day of January, A. IW%, NW%NE1]4 ; Sec. ; Sec. 28 . NI. Set oo i ' .... " =SW J=, NW%SEL; Sac. 30 4. TING AND RESERVING Sale all minerals in and t land. ; 3,440 acres. ISED VALUE determined 120,400.00. CONDITIONS OF id Will be accepted for less ) of determined by the respective tract above set forth, shall be sold in IS, a "Farm Unit" as and a "Grazing above described, each SOld to the higheSt and All minerals in and Of Said units are ex. D., 1973. VERAL. BRENNER PAUL H. CRESAP 212 Central Avenue South P. O. Address: Box 953 Sidney, Montana Attorney for Executrix (Publish Feb. 7, t4, 21 and 28, 19/31 CALL FOR BIDS Notice Is hereby given by the Board Of Trustees of District 78. J and H. S. District 2, Dawson County, Richey, Mont., that they will receive sealed bids, addressed to the District Clerk up to March 10, 1973, at 1:00 o'clock P.M. Bids will be opened at that time on that date for the following: One School Bus with a seating capacity for 48 students according to specifications and standards of the State of Montana and the local ago I dreamed that it was a diamond and worth a lot of money." The expert replied, "No it is not a diamond, but it is worth a lot of money." "If it is not a diamond, yet worth a lot of money, what then is it?" "It is a pigeonblood, that is, a board, with a trade-in of a 1969 International Superior passenger ALSO Kaiser Starts Special School Navy Airman Apprentice Scott I,. Kaiser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruno J. Kaiser of Route 1, Sidney, has started specialized aviation main- tenance training at the Miramar Naval Air Station. The training is designed for the servicing of the Navy's F- 14A jet fighter aircraft. " Sticka Rites reserveO from the sale. One School Bus with a seating the "Farm Unit" will be capacity for 20 students according the tenant to to specifications and standards of the State of Montana and the local =t crops therefrom board, with a trade in of a 16 Possession to be passenger 1969 C.M.C. Purchaser after ALSO re-n'oved therefrom. Bid the 20 passenger without a Shall be antis ed to the trade. e- th rd share of all grain Bids forms will not be accepted tested from Said land unless accompanied by bidding forms with the required specifications which are available LPurchasers shall aSSume 1973 from the clerk of said districts. The Board asks that these forms be Per cent (10 Per cent) of requested by agencies interested. ase price Shall be paid by The Board reserves the right to aSer at the time of sale, to reiect any or all bids and to waive Upon his acceptance informalities. Dated this 30th day of January confirmation of said Mrs. Sybil Eggum, Clerk set forth. In the Dist. 78.J and H. S. Dist 2 sale is not confirmed, the Box 16 nsideration shall be Richey, Mont. 59259 the purchaser. Pur. (Publish Feb. 7, 14 and 21, 19731 confirmation of sale shall pay the CALLFOR BIDS of the purchase price Notice is hereby given that the of Referees' deed, Board of County Commissioners of th satisfactory evidence R+chland County, State of Montana, title is being will receive sealed bids up to the tO purchaser. The hour of 2:00 p.m. (Mountain ,Y elect to furnish either Standard Time) on Wednesday, the Of Title continued to 28th day of February 1973 at their a title insurance com. office in the courthouse at Sidney, nsurlng title in the Montana for the following items of rose price. Title, Culverts and Bands, in the sizes stract or title listed, with prices tobe quoted per COmmitment shall be foot on culvert and per unit on to all reservations, connecting bands. easements and rights. CULVERTS (Series A) Sale shall be final and Units Diameter Gage Length the Referees until the 10 15 inch 16 16 ft. ave been approved by 10 15 inch 16 20 ft. Court of Richland 10 18 inch 16 20 ft. in accordance 10 18 inch 16 18 ft. Sale. 6 24 inch 16 20 ft. :day of January, 4 24 inch 16 18 ft. 6 36 inch 16 20 ft. JOEM. HALVORSEN +6 36 inch 16 22 ft. Referee 6 36 inch 16 18 ft. OSCAR OLSON ' 4 42 inch 14 20 ft. Referee C.M.P. BANDS ' ' BILLIEj. BURNS 6 15 inch 16 7 inch HABEDA" Referee 20 18 inch 16 7 inch Sidn, ,.N K, CUMMING & B 12 I -'-r+ Nil EST 24 Inch 16 12 inch _. O. B^, ",+t- I Bank Building 6 36 inch 16 12 inch idney, "J=) 1 42 inch 16 12 inch Aft0r-- ",ntena ,, -eys for Plaintiff (Series B) ,_"Ublish Jan 24 an 3 60 inch 16 20 ft. -ha 14, 1973) " d 31; Feb. 7 3 60 inch 16 18 ft. 3 60 inch 16 15 ft. Here Feb. 8 Mass of the qesurrection will be celebrate(I for Jacob Sticka, 87, of lmlbert at 11 a.nl., Feb. 8, 197;I, =,t St. Matthew's ('atholic ('hurch with Father ,loseph Marnlion celebrant. Io.ary xvitl be recited at 8 p.nl. Wednesday, at Fulkerson Menlorial ('Impel. Interment xill be in Sidney ('emetery. Ih' died at St. Joseph's Itospital in l)ickinson Sun(lay, Feb. 4, 1973. Fulkerson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 2 72 inch 14 20 ft. 2 72 inch 14 16 ft. 2 72 inch 14 18 ft. 1 84 inch 14 18 ft. 1 84 inch 14 20 ft. C.M.P. BANDS I0 60 inch 16 24 inch 2 84 inch 16 24 inch Corrugated Metal Pipe shall conform to Federal Specifications WW-P.405A, Class I Pipe, Annular Corrugation, Series A (2 two thirds" x;") and B (3'x 1') Shape I Pipe, Full Round. Prices quoted F.O.B; County yards, Sidney, Montana, delivered in truck load tots. The Board of County Com- missioners reserves the right to reject or accept bids deemed to be in the best interest of the County. Bids should be addressed to the Board of County Commissioners, P. O. Box 9S6, Sidney, Montana 59270 and marked Bid on Culverts By order of the Board of County Commissioners meeting the 5th day of February, t973 at Sidney, Mort. tana. BOARD OF COUNTY COM- MISSIONERS Harold Burke, Chairman (Publish Feb. 7, 14 and 21, 1973) Rate Is Nearly Twice National Average Montana's labor market credit" determinations and declining employment in trade unemployed federal civilian picture last week was a mix of stopped filing further claims, and service firms following the workers and ex-servicemen. declining unemployment in- Billings had about 150 persons end of January sales Claim totals were lower in 18 surance claims, more worker in this situation last week. promotions Barrett reported, areas: Billings, down 291 to recalls to outdoor jobs, post - The total unemployment rate l,umbering and logging kept 1,719; Missoula, down 199 to holiday trade layoffs, and a estimated at 10.2 per cent this active in most major areas with 1,407; Kalispell, down 192 to total unemployment rate January was nearly 1 per cent more work for loggers, mill 1,082; Great Falls, down 173 to nearly twice the national higher than January, 1972. hands and heavy equipment 1,683; Havre, clown 155 to 573; average according to Em- Out of a civilian work force operators. At smaller mills, Bozeman, down 146 to 346; ployment Security Ad- total of 279,800 this January, hiring was mainly for Butte, clown 92 to 522; ministrator Fred Barrett. 227,400 workers were employed replacement purposes, tlamilton, clown 85 to 298; Unemployment claims last in industrial jobs, 23,900 in Other favorable trends in- I,ibby, down 72 to 804; week dropped 1,562 to a total of agriculture and 28,500 without eluded some recall of l,ewistown, down 37 to 206; 11,235 including 2,686 women work Barrett reported, smeltermen at Anaconda and Polson, down 26 to 263; Dillon, Barrett said. Total employment this Great Falls, the start of potato flown 24 to 103; Anaconda, down Not all of the claim decline January was down 2,500 from sorting and shipping operations 21 to 211; Sidney, down 19 to can be attributed to an am- last year with the decline split in western part of the state and 105; Thompson Falls, down 17 proving job climate Barrett about evenly between in- improving farm labor demand to 144; Shelby, downI5 to 170; said. (lustrial and agricultural for the lambing and calving Cut Bank, down 11 to 181; and More than 100 persons were sectors, seasons, tlelena, down 6 to 272. dropped from the claim list State unemployment in- More claims were counted after receiving final checks. The recall of construction surance checks of $359,660 were at: Glendive, up 9 to 142; Miles workers at Billings, Great paid to 7,723 eligible unem- (ity, up6to269; Wolf Point, up In addition, many workers Falls, Helena and Kalispell ployed workers last week 3 to207; anti Glasgow, up 1 to garnet colored ruby and who filed new claims after the helped cut unemployment in Barrett reported. 184. roughly I would say its worth to first of the year have now those areas last week. Part of Federal checks totaling l,ivingston, 344, did not be around 250 thousand received "insufficient wage these job gains were offset by $49,184 paid the claims of 991 change. dollars." The stone was cut to a etcalf I trod OMB Req irements flawless ruby of 23 and nine-M n uces u tenths carat. It is believed to be the largest ruby in the world. Think of it though, the Sen: Ie Metcalf today in- development of programs, the President, most of whom do not Economic Advisors, i)arcnts in [ungary living in trodueed legislation which management of government enjoy such a privileged All members of the Council poverty, yet they had in their would require Senate con- and the careers of Federal position." on EnvironmentalQuality. possession this priceless gem. firmation of the Director and employes". Metcalf said that Senate l)irector, deputy director and + Then the son seeking out an Deputy Director of the Office of Therefore, he said, its confirmation of Executive five assistant direcfors of existence working in the fac- Management and Budget. leadership "should be directly Office officials include the Office of Econ0mii: Op- tory. Unable to buy his wife any The proposed law would resporsive to Congress as well following positions: portunity. "real" present thought of apply to a Budget Director and as the President". Director, deputy director and having this stone cut for Deputy Director in office upon Iast year Senators Me(calf two assistant directors of the perhaps a few dollars. All the enactment, and Ervin disclosed that more Office of Emergency while he has in his possession Senator Sam J. Ervin Jr., (D- than $10 billion appropriated by Preparedness. this valuable ruby worth a N.C.) Chairman of the Corn- Congress had :been impounded Director and deputy director quarter of a million, mittee on Government by OMB. of the Office of Science and But isn't this about the story Operations to which the bill was "The argument in favor of Technology. referred, and Senator Gaylor special immunity (for OMB Director and deputy director of many Christians. We have a Nelson (D-Wis.) cosponsored leadership) under the cloak of of the Office of Teleeom- the bill (S. 37). + the Presidency wears thin municattons Policy. Cgmpanion glation was :hen %e loo k [ eFtra  ....... +Als of the CoaciJoL introduced yesterday in the ordinary political and ad- +: House by Representative John ministrative powers which food. Anti yet all the while we Melcher (D-Mont.) and others, have been delegated to the P n Drive have this great treasure. Senator Metcalf said OMB." said Metcalf. "00he ,,ou00,on tam talking about the Word has been transformed from a argument pales when we Get tri of God. The Word that liveth "small agency of accountants" examine the status of other For Fire Truck m and abideth forever. The Word to "a super department with officers and directors in the The VFW Auxiliary of Sidney healthy ofGo(lthat still ean change the life or death powers over the Executive Office of the are in the process of aiding SOWS, hearts of mankind. , expenditure of funds, the other VFW auxiliaries in the ur"-ow more p,9"-'-s' We sing: Holy Bible, book United States to collect six devine, Precious treasure, thou Names l million Betty Crocker coupons. art (nine; Mine to tell me College These coupons wall be used to Peavey Sow Cubes make whence I came; Mine to teach help the VFW National Home in healthi- sows. Feed Sow the what I am. We sing this, but Honor Students I,'mton Rapids, Mich., get a new (Io we believe it? fire truck. The home is for Cubes save more pigs. The Word of God is full of life Concordia College Registrar orphan chihlren of VFW and power, and is keener than officials released the names of  nmmbers. The present fire SEE YOUR PEAVEY the sharpest two - edged sword, students who qualified for the . fighting equipment has not DEALER TODAY It pierces even to the severance first semester dean's list at the FIGItrlNG FOREST been replaced for 20 years. of soul and spirit, and Moorhead, Minn., facility. lgAl A box for the coupons is penetrates between joints and I,ocal students named on the NR0BUSII i located at the VFW Club or the marrow, and it can discern list include Paula Chase and J/...DON'FI'EBI nmil them to the VFW Club in Sidney, Montana the secret thoughts and pur- lichar(I 'raylor, both of ,. Si(Iney. For further in- poses of the heart. Fairview; David Nass, Poplar; i  ] fornlation call Barbara San- Phone 482-1304 - l{ev. Frederick Spreeuwers and Craig Johnson, Sidney. ,lerson, 482-1276. , ...... + ......... Area Church Services ..... ,,! ..... CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH 9:45 a.m -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service 7:30 p.m. -- Evening Service Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- The Mid-Week Fellowship Hour LUTHERAN BRETHREN CHURCH 203 Second Avenue SW 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Morning Worship Service 7:3() p.m. -- Evening Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m. -- Youth Night Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Mo-Week Service Rev. Roy Erdahl, Pastor ST. MATTHEWS CATHOLIC CHURCH 221 Seventh Street SE 6:30 p.m. -- Saturday Mass 8:00 and II:30 a.m. -- Sunday Masses Rev. Patrick Sampson ST. CATHERINE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Fairview, Montana 10:00 a.m. -- Sunday Mass Rev. Patrick Sampson TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) 214 South Lincoln 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service Rev. Aryln A. Russert, Pastor SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Saturday Services at the Latter day Saints Church + sth St. SW 2:00 p.m. -- Sabbath School - Christ and the Sabbath 3:15 p.m. -- Worship Service , Pastor John Yuros GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH Skaar, Nol;th Dakota 11:00 --- Worship Service JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 920 South Lincoln 10:00 a.m. -- Worship Service Tuesday 8:00 a,m. -- Bible Study Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Theocratic Minlstry School Mr. Philip D: Bradshaw, Presiding Minister ST. MICHAEL'S AND ALL-ANGELS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Cartwright, North Dzkota 2:00 p.m. (MST) -- Worship Service Note-- Every first and third Sunday, Holy Com- munion Rev Lewis Coffin, Vicar ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) Fairview, Montana 9:30 a.m. -- Worship Service Rev. Arlyn A. Russert, Pastor SPONsoRED BY LONSDALE METHODIST CHURCH 201 Third Avenue SE 9:45 -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service 7:15 p.m. Thursday -- Choir rehearsal Rev. Dwight Harshman, Minister PEOPLES' CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 10th Avenue and 4th Street SW 11:00 a,m. -- They Why Of It AIt (Nursery care available) "/i00 p.m. Thursday -- Choir rehearsal, church school for 3-year.Dials through 8th grade Youth group meeting Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m. Rev. Arnold Brown, minister UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Savage, Montana 9:00 a.m. -- They Why Of It All 10:00 a.m. -- Church School Rev. 'Arn0td BrOwn, Minister FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Savage, Montana 8:30- Worship Service 8:30 a.m. -T Secon Sunday 10:00 a.m. -- Church Sfhool Ray. Vernon H. Holmes, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. Main and 4th Ave. 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday SchoOl 11;00 a.m. -- Grace Orientation 7 : 30 p. m. -- A Man With Iron in his Soul 9:45 a.m. -- Tuesday  Ladies Bible Class 7:30 p.m. Thursday -- Prayer and Bible Study, Youth Groups Meet Rev. Fred Spreeuwers, Pastor PELLA EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (ALe) 418 West Main 8:15 and 10:15 a.m. -- Changed Into Christ's Likeness 9:20 a.m,  Family Study Session Rev. Stanley Larsen, Minister ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH (ALe) , Fairview, Montlnl 9:15 a.m..- Sunday School 10:30 a.m. -- Worship Service Rev. Arthur N. Grorud, Pastor YELLOWSTONE COMMUNITY CHURCH Savage, Montana 10:00 a.m. -- Church Bible School 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service 7:30 p.m. -- Service of Fellowship and Praise 8:00 p.m. wednesday -- Prayer and Bible Study R ev. Ja rues Lawrance, Pastor THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF THE LATTER-DAY SAINTS Fifth Street SW 8:30 a.m.- Priesthood meeting t0:00 a.m. --- Sunday Schoot 6:00 p.m. -- Sacrament meeting Monday Night + Family Home Evening Tuesday --4:30 p.m. -- Primary Wednesday 7:30 p.m. -- Relief Society Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- M IA and Scout Troop 190 J. Ross Wight, Branch President CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH R ichey, Montana 9:50 a.m.  Sunday School 10:S0 -- Worship Service 8'.00 p.m. -- Evening Service Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. -- Family night CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Fifth and Central 9:4S a.m. -- Sunday SchOOl 11:00 a.m. --Worship Service 6:45 p.m. -- Young People's Service 7:30 p.m. -- Evening Service 7:30 p.m. -- Thursday, Prayer meeting end Bible study Ray. Evan Kaechele, Pastor' CHURCH OF CHRIST Fourth and Ninth Avenue SW 10:00 a.m. -- Bible Study 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service 7:30 p.m. -- Worship Service Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid Week Service Marion H. Hays, Minister ASSEMBLY OF GOD 414 E. Main % 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday SchOol 11:00 a.m. -- Morning Worship Service 7,:30 p.m. -- Evangelistic Service 7:30 p,m Tuesday -- Young People's Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid-week Service Rev. Gene Vaale, pastor EBENEZER CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH ' 1184th Avenue NW 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m..-- Morni Worship Service 2:30 p.m. -- German Language Preye Meeting First "[uday, 7:30 p.m, -- Ladles Ald First d. Third Tuesday, 4 prin, -- Child Evangelism + Second and FotJrt-h-'uesday, 7:10 p.m. -- P.F. Rev. Albert Wetzel, Minister THE SIDNEY LIVESTOCK MARKET CENTER