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1 NEII/ NOI';\\; from Your County E.x'tnsi?n Agent By EISs E. Williams and S Jvia Westlake Montana State University, Bozeman Cooperative Extension Service HAy FOR SALE? counties to south and west of us have hhat hay shortages ff the weather con- ly cold and 0w conditions persist. asked this office if arq hay up this way have hay for sale, us Your name, ad- number, type of hay for sale and this information on ing infor- e court- contact you, if in- WORKSHOP to discuss ma- In general and in particular sCheduled for Feb. d in al- tax man- systems example _ baled hand stacking vs. machine stacking), make your plans to attend the work- shop in the Lalonde Hotel. CITIZENSHIP WORKSHOP Georgia Knaff and Howard Rambur will represent Rich- land County in Helena this week. They will be attending the an- nual 4-H Citizenship Workshop. Georgia and Howard will ob- serve House and Senate ses- sions, legislative committee proceedings, and visit the Gov- ernor' s office. They leave Feb. 10 by car for Helena. The actual work- shop lasts two days in Helena and they will return to Sidney on Saturday. YOUTH AND DRUG ABUSE The Richland County Exten- sion Homemakers are sponsor- ing a meeting on drug abuse Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Elks Lodge. Donald Ketther, Vice Presi- dent of Dawson College, will he the speaker. Kettner is the ed- ucational prngram consultant for Eastern Montana appointed by the Drug Education Consorti- um of the State Department of Education. Kettner will talk about the psychological and sociological impact of drug abuse. He will define the problems and tell the types of users and the cost. Also he will explain the differ- ent drugs. The public is invited to hear Ketmer discuss the drug prob- lem. This will help each of us to know more about what to- day's youth are faced with in the world. Refreshments will be served after a question and answer period. CALENDAR OF EVENTS Feb. 11 -- Drug lesson, Elks, 7:30 p.m. Feb. 16-- Homemakers Pro- gram Planning in the library at 1:30 p.m. Feb. 23- Ferlilizer Dealers School. Feb. 25 -- Machinery Work- shop. \\; RETIRED CARPENTER'S HOBBY CITY OF STONE - The city of stone pictured above was built by Paul Wodtkey, a retired Sidney carpenter. The city includes several buildings and rock formations which Wodtkey constructed in his spare time. He celebrated his 87th birthday Feb. 9 at Richland Homes, where he is a resident. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont.. Wednesday, February 10, 1971 - 7 ii Ii i Ines .AY FRANZ [ YOUR AMERICAN BREEDER'S SERVICE , II RANCIIFR RF, P FOR RICHI, AND COUNTY Ph. 798 - 3675 I r of Records or Association Quarter Horse largest started the new set in 0r- 1970. for owners of Horses in represents Per cent over the total reg- to Well over the corn- registered by the leading equine as- OWnership, the within the up 17.6 per cent transfer total another new rec- of the new of Junior Quarter First Annual Amarillo in nearly 4,000 and the C, Canada, Creek Meeting ANDERSON 4-H Club have joined AJQHA. Past Presi- dent Lee Berwick, St. Joseph, La., called the event the great- est moment in the history of the American Quarter Horse since the Associationwas found- ed in 1940. The AJQHA will hold its First Junior Finals Show and Second Annual Convention in Dallas in August of this year. More Quarter Horses com- pete at more shows, in more places, before more people than all other breeds of horses com- bined. There were 1,520 AQHA sanctioned shows for adults last year in the U. S. and Canada, a gain of .06 per cent. Addition- ally, there were 1,249 approved youth shows, up 3.6 per cent. The total number ofentrieswas 250,102, an increase of three per cent over 1969. Next to the youth movement, Quarter Horse racing hasprob- ably been the greatest boom to the industry. 1970 was no ex- ception as the number of races increased 12.9 per cent to 7,438 The total mutuel handle took a healthy jump of 12.5 per centto $102,858,245 with the gross purse standing at $9,427,886 for an increase of ll.4per cent. The number of starters for Quarter Horse races in 1970 was 10,487, up 9.5 per cent. meeting at Tom , l  decided SBA Delegate Cherry Creek an- the rest of the Were present. Herness and membership and Sharon demonstra- meet- home of Dick 1 at 7 p.m. a riddle or a At Court House The Small Business Admin- isWation will have a represen- tative at the Dawson County Court House in Glendive from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 17. The representative will be there for the convenience of the people living in the vicinity who are interested in obtaining in- formation and assistance in re- gard to the Small Business Ad- ministration Programs. E'Seven Hereford Ranch BULL SALE at (leadive Livestock Auction Friday, Feb. 12 2:00 p.m. SELLING -- Coming 2-yr. olds Poduction Tested " VEN I00ANCH !, No. Dakota Monday, February 15, 10071 Sale Time: 10:00 a m. Free Noon Lunch 2 Miles North of Fairview on Highway 58 - 1 Mile East - 1/2 Mile INorth --Watch for Signs FARM MACHINERY 1 - 1965 D-19 Allis Chalmers Deisel Row Crop Tractor with 3 Point Hitch 1 - 1946 John Deere A 1 - 1948 John Deere A 1 - 1948 John Deere A - Wide Front with 3 Point Hitch 1 - 1970 Triple K 1 - 329 Eversman Land Leveler Like New 1 - 1970 6 Wheel Farmhand Rake 1 - John Deere 2 Bottom High Clearance Spinner Plow Like New 1 - 22' Ace Spring Tine Harrow -- 1 - Silver Beet Thinner 1 - 6 Row John Deere Beet Cultivator 1 - Johnson Loader with Attachments to fit John Deere A 1 - John Deere 2 Bottom 2 Way Plow 1 - 11" Farmcrest Field Cultivator 1 - 12' Allis Chalmers Tool Bar 1 - 9" John Deere Tandem Disk 1 - 9' Eversman Land Leveler 1 - 10' John Deere Tool Bar 2- 2 Section Land Roller i i1 i i i 2- 4 Section Harrows 1 - Meyer Ditch Filler 1 - Heavy Duty Ditch Filler 1- 7' John Deere Mower i i 1 - 10' John Deere Fertilizer Spreader 1 - 24' Tractor Mounted Weed Sprayer Complete 1 - 27' Mayrath Auger with Gas Motor 1 - Forage Harvester with P,T.O. 1 - 6 RowMilton Beet Planter 1 - Eversman Hydraulic Ditcher 1 - 12' Cockshutt Self Propelled Combine 1 - 12' Case Self Propelled Combine 1.8' Sund Pickup Attachment TRUCKS 1 - 1958 I HC 2 Ton Truck- 2 Speed, 4 Speed with Beet Box and Hoist 1 - 1951 Dodge 1 Ton Truck with Beet Box AUCTION EERS: Ronald Torgerson, Lic. James Bieber, l,ic. 67 COMPLETE SHOP EQUIPMENT 1 - 180 Amp. WestinghOuse Arc Welder ' ....... 1 - Acetylene Welder with Bottles 1 - Butane Weed Burner .- 2- Large Columbian Vises 2- Mounted Grinders -- 2- 1/3 Horsepower Motors 1- 1- Wood Vise Wood Working Equipment Wall Mounted Press Drill Tap and Die Set 1 - Tachometer Wheel Puller -- 1 - 3 Burner Gas Plate Bolts, Screws, Wrench Sets, Socket Sets - Parts Bins 1 - Large Nearly Full Propane Bottle 1 - Cream Separator 1 - 300 Gal. Fuel Tank with Hose and Filter 1 - Stand for Fuel Tank 1 - Tore Lawn Mower Cupboards- Cabinets 1 - Buzz Saw for John Deere with Attachments _ 1 - '" Electric Drill Oil Pumps - Oil 1 - Hand Power Saw 1 - Cattle Oiler 1 - Truck Tarp 1 - Platform Scale 3 Gal. Hand Sprayers 1 - Stock Watering Pump Irrigation Tubes- 1" -2"- 4"'- 6" Canvases- Straight and Adju,table Shovels, Forks, Bars -- Wheel Weights 2- Comfort Covers - Allis Chalmers D-19 and John Deere A Labor House Equipment - Stove, Refrigerator, Beds, Chairs Lumber - Several Piles, Good Used Dimension Lumber 1 - Slidino Overhead Door Doors- Windows - Insulation -- 2 - 4 Wheel wagons 1 - Approx. 40' x 36' Partly Finished Building to be Moved - Can be Moved in Sections 1 - Approx. 12" x 14' Shop to be Moved Scrap Iron Many Other Misc. Items Too Numerous to Mention ii MRS. DAVID PASCHKE (Owned 125 } (BONDED} TERMS CASH Not Responsible For Accidents Posting of tiffs Sale Bill in public places and delivery of copies to creditors will serve as compliance with New Uniform GommeiM Code Law. CLERK Glendive P.C.A., Bill Myers