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Offers Help 00lr, TheSidneyHerald, Sidney, Mont,Wednesday, February10, ig71.g Troop H Jds First Aid Contest Senior Citizens - , " o rnl RevenneService ings from self-employment of " ." .r, ",: ." -, '... . By KARLOW SCHMIDT were, ready to advance. Mike Wood and Jim Kearns. following advice for $400 or more, a tax return will ) ,  # Scout Troop 187 held their On Feb. 1, Dan Sobolik re- The program for February Citizens on filing of tax " according to an an. by Nelson L. See- tor for Moo- 1(}40 need not be filed older if sin- raceme is less than .r married and one per- e is less than or if both are over 65 is less than $3500. PaYments should when figuring if you have net earn- Fisser February 4 i services for Hillerk , retired Sidney area held at 10:30 at Lonsdale Metho- Sidney, with Rev. officiating. was in Sidney Ceme- born Oct. 13, 1899, East Fries- al, a Son of Mr. Folker s Fis- there to 1917 was a In 1917 for military his he was a 1924, he was na Kaiser at lived and Worked at June, 1929, where they st of Sidney until in They have 4, 1971, illness at al Hospital of Lows- Sidney of No 1782: five Or- Past rman of Board stone Associa- direc- Irrigation Dis- Agricultur- of Sidney Presi- of Mutual ance Company; an atY Agriculture Conservation are his widow, e son, Herbert, hree sisters, MrS. Bre- Hilehenbach, and three L in death are a and a sister, Mrs. Walter MyGod Twenty 's. Lionel Gall were Ar- s D. Camp- Joseph Joe Hardy, Hackley and were ;ter p. John- Alford and Viggo Home was nts. have to be filed. Self - employ- ment tax is due on net earnings of $400 or more regardless of age even if receiving Social Se- curit benefits. The IRS will compute your tax for you if your taxable in- come on line 18 of Form 1040 is $20,000 or less and consists of wages, dividends, interest, pension and annuities and you choose the standard deduction. You should fillin lines I tlwough 18 and lines 24, 26, 27 and 28 of Form 1040. If you are en- titled to Retirement Income Credit (RIC), attach Schedule R with lines 2 and 5 completed and enter "RIC" on line 22of Form 1040. After completingthispor- tion of your return, place your pre-printed label on the Form 1040, attach Form W-2, if any, sign and mail to Director, In- ternal Revenue Service Center, 1160 West 1200 South Street, Ogden, Utah 84405. Seeley added that if further assistance is needed, the near- est IRS office should be con- sulted. Wagner Services Held February 5 Funeral services for Doug Wagner, 25, Savage, were held at 10 a.m. Feb. 5, at St. Mat- thew's Catholic Church Sidney with Father James Birkmaler officiating. Interment with full Navy Hon- ors was held inRiverviewCem- etery at Savage with U. S. Naval Reserve Center in Billings and local navy veterans according honor s. Ushers at the services were: Vernon Carr and Roy Klaudt. Pallbearers were the Navy hon- orguard. Rosary was recited at 8 p.m. Thursday at Fulkerson Memorial Chapel. Memorial services were con- ducted at Camp Pendleton, Calif., in the Marine Memorial Chapel at 4:30 p.m. Feb 2. Doug was killed Jan. 29 at Naval Weapons Station, Fall- brook, Calif., near Camp Pen- dleton, in a bicycle- motorcy- cle accident. Douglas William Wagner was born at Great Falls April 2, 1945, son of William andEileen Wagner. He came toSavage with his parents in June 1948 where he was raised and attended schools, graduating from Sav- age High School in 1963. He en- listed in the U. S. Navy on July 15,  1963, and served on the U.S.S. Midway in 1965 in Vietnam and on the U.S.S. Con- stellation in Vietnam in 1966. He returned in December 1966 and was married to Mary An- derson Dec. 17, 1966. The couple moved to Whidby Island Naval Air Station near Seattle and in March 1967 he again went to Vietnam aboard the U.S.S. Constellation. He re- turned to the U. S. in July of 1967 and has been stationed at the Naval Weapons Station near Camp Pendleton since that time, making his home in Fallbrook, CaliL He had been a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church at Savage and was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church at Fallbrook at the time of his death. Surviving him are: hiswidow, Mary, Fallbrook, Calif.; one son, David Lee (2), and one daughter, Elizabeth Ann (1); his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Wagner, Savage; parents-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ander- son, Sidney; one brother, Scott Lewis Wagner, with the U. S. Navy at Mare Island Naval Ship Yards near Vallejo, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Henry (Terra) Gable, Sidney, and Mrs. Ervin (Janel) Cotter, Crane. BLACK AND WHITE - A tree, shrubs, grass, rocks and snow paint a high contrast picture of black and white in the foothills,st of Sidney. The pictures was re- produced in a line shot. first aid contest, whichconsist- ed of an oral and written test. Areas included in the test were fainting, broken bones, bleed- ing, nosebleeds, artificial res- piration, burns and how to ster- ilize dressings. The boys whopassed were ap- proved either for first or second class first aid. Each boy who participated in the contest was given a patch from the Tenne- see Council of Scouting. The winn/ng patrol was team I which collected a total of 469 points out of a possible 489. A Board of Review, consisting of Larry Garman and John Kelly was held for Dan Sobolik, Ron Rehbein and Orlen Synek who Rural Fairview Gets 4-H Club The Mon-Dak 4-H Club of rural Fairview was organized in November The club has 24 members including officers. The officers are: Gayle Sedla- cek, president; Dawn Taylor, vice president; Toni Heinle, secretary and Lermy Norby, treasurer. Debbie Gable and Dennis Dore are Junior Lead- ers. The club held their fourth meeting Feb. 3 at the East Falrview School Roll call was answered by naming a project that the 4-Hers are taking. Toni Heinle was asked to be the new club reporter. Debbie Gable was appointed to the rec- reation committee with Arlene Finsaas assisting. Dawn Taylor will call all members before each regular meeting. Danny Miller gave a demon- straflon on how to controlgrubs in cattle and Dawn Taylor gave a demonstration on bow to set an informal dinner. Jerry Rowe, highway patrol- man from Sidney, presented a movie on bicycle safety. Brorson Area News Notes Mrs. Albert Miller and Mrs. Bill Taylor served lunch. NADINE PARTIN PATTY FRANZ Mrs. Frank McRay and chil- ren visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. John Cundiff Jro Mr. and Mrs. Ward Weaver visited Saturday with Edna P. Cundiff. Mr. and Mrs. JohnCundfffJr. and Larry were ditcher guests ..... Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Rang. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Albin and family, Lance Brunsvold and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schwenke were dinner guests at the Walter Bauman home Sunday. Sunday evening guests at the Earl Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. David Albin andgirls. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Leise, Bil- lings, visited Feb. 5 at Russell Johnsons. Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Asa W, Bradley visited at the home Of their daughter, Mrs. Russell Johnson. Earl Johnson attended the Falrview Feeder Tour while Mildred visited the Roger John- sen home, Saturday. Clifford and Milo Lamphier Girard 00rea News Mr. and Mrs. Einer Jensen were honored Sunday by the Girard Jollyworkers 4-H Club for their many years of devoted service to the club and the com- munity. They were presented with a gift. This was the final meeting for the club and most of the community gathered at the hall for an afternoon of snow- mobiling and cards. The Wayne Wick and Bud Daniels families were supper guests Wednesday at the Con Simonsen home Oscar Peterson was in St. Peter, Minn., this week where he took delivery on a new pick- up truck. Friends dropped in Saturday at the Conroy home for cake and coffee in honor of Jack Con- roy's birthday. Those present included Mrs. Gerale Kilen and Brian, Mr. andMrs. ConSimorb sen and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Ed . C ity Annu-00 Winter Spec00 Y MOtor Company is again offering, as a winter time special, the ever popular MOTOR OVERHAUL ffer t..Ug h we have experienced substantial increases in costs, we are able to ,us to you at a special price of $99.00 for 6 cylinder units $119.00 for 8 cylinder units includes the following labor and parts: Replace rings, grind valves, adjust rod bearings, steam clean all parts removed and tune the engine. head and pan gaskets, and oil. This offer is good to Feb. 27, 1971 write today for an appointment. This offer applies to Chevrolets consideration will be given to other makes. Sincerely, Dallas Johnson Service Manager Gem City Motor Co. Lewis and the Wayne Wick fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kilen and boys and Mr. andMrs. LOYd Salsbury and family drove to Williston Saturday where they were supper guests at ROgex Rosaan's home. This was to be a birthday supper for Mrs. Gerale Kilen, but she andBrian had car trouble and nevergotto the party. Pastor Arlyn Russert, Trin- ity Lutheran Church, showed slides taken on his trip to the Holy Land at the Bible Class Friday at the Daniels home. This was the last session for this winter and 22 adults came to enjoy the slides. Our thanks to Pastor Russert for leading this class. John Wick, son of Wayne and Marilyn Wick, was five years old Friday. He had animpromp- tu party after Bible Classatthe Daniels home with cake, ice cream and gifts, and bestofall, lots of friends. His little friends who helped him celebrate were .Jeff and LeAnn Johnson, Debbie and Jimrnie Hill, Marlin and Kenny Kilen and his sister, Jodi. INTER - OffICE MEMO Bill Says: "Fri- day marks the last home game for the Eagles this season." Kay Says: "The Glasgow Soot- ties will be playing the Eagles, Bill, and we sure hope all the basketball fans turn out to support the home teamF' --TRY-- Carpenter- Seitz Agency Phone 482-1411 were callers at the Ira Par tin home, Saturday. Richard and Jeffery Partin went to Crane Saturday to see Dave Picker- ing. Janice Anderson was a call- er at the Ira Partin home Sat- urday. 8,000 Choices Today's shopping consumer has approximately 8,000 dif- ferent items to choose from in a big supermarket. About 2,000 new items are added to the shelves every year. ceived his first class advance- ment, Ron Rehbein received his second class advancement and Orlen Synek received his ten- derfoot pin in a troop court of honor. Each boy who has been a member for the past year re- ceived year pins for service through scouting Guests for the evening were is "Our Country's Heritage?" John Ratiiff led the discussion on scout oath in relation to our country and what it should mean to each scout. Since February is scout month, a window display at Pen- ney's is planned by Troop 187. The troop is helping on the Heart Fund Drive. They will be covering southeast Sidney. Pierre's Old Faithful Shank Cut Butt Cuts Ham ......... ,.434 ,.534 Butt Cuts IPork Roast [Pork Steak Tasti-fresh Sliced IBacon ........ Hindquarters [Turkey .3300 oooooooooooooo Pierce's Old Faithful Wieners ...., Frozen Fillets of Perch ..... Pork Link ISausages. .... ....,,.664 MANY OTHER SPECIALS THROUGHOUT THE STORE U. S. No. 1 ICelery Hearts,,00 39 I U. S. No. 1 Slicer Cucumbers 3 for 35 U. S. No. 1 Red IGrapefruit 5 for 49 U.'S. No. 1 Cello ICarrots ........ 2,, =,2500 U. S. No. 1 Bananas 8 = $1.00 WE STILL HAVE A SMALL SUPPLY OF LUDEFISK Open 8 to 8 weekdays 9 to 6 Sundays RUSSELL'S m m SUPER LITTLE MARKET ------ I I I Let Great Pla i ns Su pply Show You How TO OWN A NEW HOME with No Down Payment Your payments include Taxes, Insurance and Interest are based on your Annual Income i Adjusted Income =550000 s6500o0 =7000oo Monthly Payments 1 Child Monthly Payments 2 Children i iii Monthly Payments 3 Children i s76oo $95" Monthly Payments 4 Children ii illU i The above program is a government financed housing project to enable families with moderate in- comes to own new safe and sanitary housing on payments based on income. This program is avail- able to applicants in Sidney, Savage, Fairview, Lambert, Richey, Circle, Culbartson, Bainville and rural areas approved by F.H.A. Stop in and let us explain how you can own a new home using this simple payment plan tailored to your income. Remember: No Down Payment! We will be happy to show you our Model Home GREAT PLAINS SUPPLY CO. LeRoy Larson, Mgr. Phone 482-1702 /