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February 10, 1971

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The E Sat., Feb' 13 --Benefit Dance Tues., Feb. 16 --D & S Tire For Mike Williams --Music by Missouri Valley Boys Tightened on Farm Property Sales most farm prop- 1969. No ordinary income need Seeley said. For the sale of cat- claimed after 1969 i snow treat- lble ain tax trealment, but, Tax Reform Act of of the profit from land might be or- Nelson L. See- Director for toy. a current de- I and water con- expenses and land costs. But any gain rite sale of farm Years after it must be report- income on tax extent of soil or expendi- clearing costs year s after be reported tothe extent of these expeditures if the landis held 10 years or more, Seeley said, but part must be reported if the land is sold during the sixth to ninth year after it was acquir- ed. The new rule applies only to the sale of land after 1969. tle and horses held for draft, breeding, or dairy purposes to qualify as a captial gain, they must be held for at least two years instead of one year, as was the case under previous law. The new rule applies only to animals acquired after 1969. Other changes in the lawper- tain to the sale of livestock, Gain on the sale of livestock resultir from depreciation CARTWRIGHT AREA NEWS ed as ordinary income similar to the gain on sale of farm ma- chinery. Additional information on sales of farmland and livestock is contained in IRS Publication 225, "Farmer's Tax Guide," available free from county agri- cultural agents or by mailing a post card to IRS District Of- fices. Lodge to Host Card Party MRS. FRANK LEENS There will be a whist and pinochle card party at the Odd Fellows Lodge Hall, Saturday, at 8 p.m. in Fairview, sponsor- ed by the RebekahLodge. Lunch will be served. The Bethel Lutheran ladies met at the Frank Leens home Wednesday with Mrs. Leespre- siding and eight memberspres- ent. The hymn, "God Is Love" was sung to open the meeting. The Bible lesson was given by Mrs. Math Koch and was entit- led "Are You Sure You Know All the AnswersT' Mrs. Lawrence Croy gave in- formation on World Missions. Mrs. Tom Oakland gave offer- ing meditations andprayer. The next meeting will be atthe home of Mrs. Severt Sponheim March 3. In case of bad weather and roads it will be announced lat- er. Mrs. Croy and Mrs. Leens served lunch. Clarence Overson, son of Mrs. Bert Youngstrom, was brought by ambulance plane to Williston from Torrington, Wyo., last Sunday when he be- came ill there while en route by truck to Utah. Last report, he is out of the Williston hos- pital and is home in Williston. Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Johnson left Saturday for Fargo and Minneapolis to look for em- ployment. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams of Rosebud, Mont., became the parents of another daughter Jan. 14. She weighed seven pounds 12,/2 ounces and was named Joelta Jean. She Was born at Holy Rosary Hospital in Miles City. She joins two sisters at home. Many from here attended the Bi-State Co-op open house in Fairview Friday where free pancakes and sausage were served. Mrs. Olaf Odeganrd and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Barkie and son, Williston; Mr. and Mrs. Severt Sponheim were coffee guests Thursday at the John Dunbars. Friends and neighbors moved the Odegaards canned goods to the Frank Leens basement that afternoon so the heat could he turned off at the Odegaard home since they are living at Willis- ton. Mr. and Mr s. John Dunbar and Bryan were supper guests Tues- day night at the Math Koch home. Bryan Dunbar left Feb. 8 for induction in the armed forces. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson were supper guests Saturday at Forrest Johnsons in honor of Roy's birthday. In the evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. An- ton Klose, Mrs. Lucille Erlck- son, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Ellet- son Sr., Fairview; Mr. andMrs. Alfred Gullikson and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobias. Cards were played. Sunday, Mrs. Nelle Wang, Williston, was a dinner guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson. to Host ight GO mm GO Lions Club o1 annual Tal- Ch 26 at 8 p.m. he Culbertson Ar- is invited to Talent Show :ash prizes of a $25 grand Will be awarded scored by area school have been Person that may write chairman, Club, Cul- on or before Sidney Cleaners & Laundry "Your Sanitone Cleaners" Free Pickup and Delivery Indian Students Form New Club Indian students at Dawson College have formed a cultural club they callOminchiyaWaste, a Sioux term meaning "good meeting." Purpose of the Indian Club is to promote harmony and under- standing between Indian and non- Indian students at Dawson andto encourage the Indian students to further their education. Both Indian and non-Indian students at the college are urged to join the club andparticipate in its activities. Among activities planned by OminchiyaWaste is a His and Her Pancake and Sausage Supper The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., wednesday, February 10, 1971 - 11 public dance where Kahomui Waci, the most popular couples round dance done by the Sioux and round dance s of the Suuthe rn tribes will be danced. Indian foods will be served. At the organizational meet- ing of the Indian Club, officers were elected. Roberta Beach will serve this year as presi- dent; Tom McAnally, vice pres- ident; Monica Feather Earring, secretary - treasurer, and Lon- hie Steele, sergeant - at-arms. All are from the Fort Peck Reservation. Phone 482- 1405 SIDNEY EAGLES ONE WAY TO KEEP WARril . KITTEN'S PERCH  These two kittens found smi- warmth atop a chimney in Sidney during the recnt cold weather. Although they are warm ow and have found the television antenna, they arejobking for, ;the television to watch their favorite program. : .. o... ..- '" ::: -" -" Mint Cafe  OPEN 24 HOURS' 7Days a WHki BREAKFAST, DINNERS, SHORT ORDERS, STEAKS, CHICKEN, SEA FOOD, Etc. Sidney, Montana ,: Sidney Auto ' Wrecking Co. , Northwest of Sidney Phone 482- 1406 &ax' s Texaco = Station and Bulk Plant 24 hour service 24 hour wrecker service Phone 482- 3245 Central Standard brive in now for an oil and filter change! 2. 1004 Sidney, Montana SnoWflake Bakery Loaf Bread Pastries and Rolls EUgene and MarleneSattler 119 8o. Central _ Phone 482- 1806 Montana 1970 Rasmussen's Enco ,i ii Your Happy Motoring Station i gid v School Phone 482- 1008 .._nej High Sidney High School Roster Sidney. Montana :i BASKETBALL Home Games February 12 .................................................. Glasgow Varsity Basketball Games at 8:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Junior Varsity Games at 6:15 p.m. Name Lt. Dk. Pos. Year Height Ron Welnel .................. 40 40 G 12 6'1" Brian Panasuk .............. 34 34 G 12 6'0" Rod Torgerson ............ 22 22 G 12 5'11" Tim Franck ................. :)4 24 G 12 5'9" Steve Qualley ............... G 11 5'10" Blaine Getchell ............ 20 20 G 11 5'9" Craig Buehler ............... 42 42 C 12 6'5" Doug Anderson ........... 12 52 C 12 6"2" Steve Radke ................. 44 44 C 11 6'5" Garth Kallevig .............. 30 30 F 12 6'3" Greg Dana .................... 50 50 F 12 6'3" Deene Ehlis .................. 32 32 F 12 6'1" Doug Lang ................... 14 54 F 11 6' 1" Rocky Norby ............... F 11 6'2" Varsity Coach: Brent Potts Managers: J. D. McMullin and Curt Prchal Cheerleaders: Debbie Baumann, Greta Anderson, LaRae Norby, Penny McMorris, and Nancy Jenson Stockman Bar "Where Men Meet Men" , Harold Sather, Prop. i il 108 North Central Ave. ii Carpenter-Seitz i Agency ii For all your insurance needs i Call Bill or Kay , Phone 482 - 1411 VFW "there Friendly Hospitaliw " is a By - word" Stop and see US Sidney, Montana b & S Tire & Oil Year GOodyear Tire. Dealer PhOne 482-2508 - Dutch Mill Just Good Food and Good Service OPen after all games .... West on H ighway 16 "  Support the merchants who support the Sidney Eagles! MOOSE Stop in Whenever You car - You'll like our place I Pepsi- Cola!. "You've got a lot to live; Pepsi's got a lot to give"ii Phone: 4823403 ' Lalonde HOtel Relaxing Entertainment Nightly in the Loungp and ' "+""N a fine place to stay ' after the game Phone 482-252Ofm" rerOtiom