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restlers Head for State MARTy SUCKSTORFF was supposed to be a re- year, but eight boys fox the state tourna- guess I'll have to say had a successful sea- s what head coach Stan- had to say about Sidney Eagle squad after a second in the divisional held in Hardin last said "Overall in- was a weakness in )art of the season, but the way the whole the end of the the younger tournament in said, "We did- we needed; were bad ones. Wrestled well and I'm 3ME IN TODAY generally pleased with the re- sults." The eight wrestlers that will make the trip to Bozeman for the State tournament to be held Feb. 19 and 20 include two sen- iors, two juniors, three sopho- mores, and a freshman. All the boys have compiled outstanding records during the season to help make the Eagles' presence felt in Class A wrestling cir- cles. The lone freshman is Lee Fronfelter who will wrestle in the 112 pound weight class. For the season he has racked up 40 points for Sidney while losing only 18. He has registered nine pins and has not been pinned himself. Lee came from a first round defeat in Hardin to cop consolation honors. One of the sophomores who qualified is A1 Franzenwhowill wrestle at 155 pounds in Boze- PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) HOROSCOPE FOR YOUR feel like a fish out when Income tax BOTH around? Let FEDERAL help put you AND swim of STATE We'll prepare, Id gUarantee your Try your lucky TAX $ LARGEST TAX SERVICE WITH OVER 5000 OFFICES 202- 2nd Ave. NE 9 a.m.-6 P.m. - Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Ph. 482-1145 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY I I man. He has registered four pins and won by decision five times while piling up 37 points for the Eagles. Another sophomore who will compete in the State tourney is Dean Vanderhoof. Quick, slen- der Dean has earned 41 points for Sidney and has pinned seven opponents while being pinned on- ly once. Dean will compete in the 145 pound division. The last, but certainly not the least, of the sophomores is 360 pound heavyweight Jay Pfsu. This gigantic youngster has amassed 70 points and lost only eight during the regular season. He has been one of the most steady performers for the Ea- gles this year and will certain- ly be a top drawing attraction at Bozeman. JaY was runnerup in Hardin in the heavyweight division. The champion of the 145 pound class at the Eastern A Tourney in Hardin was Merle Rassmus- sen of Sidney. He has atotal of 44 points to his credit while losing only half that number. Merle is a junior this year and will certainly figure strongly both in Bozeman and during next year' s season. The other junior is Jerry Foes. Jerry Will wrestle at 105 pounds. He has registered 39 total points including five pins. Jerry was also a consolation winner in Hardin. Arlen Moran is one of the seniors who Will be in Boze- man Feb. 19 - 20. Arlen was a state contestant last year along with JaY Pfau. He has won 14 matches for Sidney, six by pins and eight more by decisions giving him a total of 54 points. The other senior qualifier is Marvin Olson. Marvin has earned 39 points for the Eagles this year. He has six pins and has won by decision three more times for his total. Coach Albertson rates the Bozeman Hawks as the team to beat in the State Tournament on the basis of a fine season, good overall depth, and the advantage of a partisan crowd. He said Glasgow must also be consid- ered a strong contender. But where does that leave the Ea- gles. Albertson and all the boys have high hopes and withalittie sweat and a little luck they eonld possibly surprise a lot of people. Best of luck, Eagles! BI - STATE CO-OP . RNAMENT SPECIALS Feb. 18, 19 and 20 on all Tapes and Cases on all Passenger Snow Tires on Tractor Tires 00'rvice Calls 1/2 Price Charles Dupuis Dies in Butte A former Crane -Savage area man, Charles Depuis, 86, died Monday, Feb. 15, in Butte, -, !Mont. Graveside services Will be conducted Saturday, Feb. 20, at 11 a.m. at Savage, Mont. Burial will be at Riverview Cemetery in Savage. A com- plete obituary will be printedin next week's Herald. F LOOD DAMAG E... (continued from page I) night and service was onlytem- porarily interrupted. Scotty McDonald, manager of MDU here, said that power was re-routed when the pole was knocked out and service was only interrupted for a short while. Officials at the Rich/and County Sheriff's department said the flood danger is still serious and the worst may still be coming. The river ice was reported to be hard between Sidney and Fairview at press time which could feasibly cause severe flooding in the valley. Yenth Annual Iater- ,Monta.,a Anu Breeders Assn. 55 Bulls JUDGE Vern Stevick (00llrtdive Livestock Sale= Co. GLENDIVE, MONTANA 00Onday, February 22, 1971 PENOWH. Sidney ................... Lot 1 RT LUNO, Carlyle ................. Lot 2 AND SONS, Glendwe ....... Lot 3 Lot 4 - 11 bEE. Fairview ................... Lot 15 16 airview ............................ Lot 17 18 CKSON. Miles City ........ Lot 19 26 HAY CREEK FARMS, Sidney ....................... Lot - 27,30 AMES BROTHERS, Intake ......................... Lot - 31 36 RODNEY STURGESS, Savage ...................... Lot 37 45 THIESSEN ANGUS RANCH INC., Lambet...Lot 46-47 SAM AASHEIM, Reserve ........................... Lot 48 53 VERN OL. LERMAN, Dispersion, Bloomfield Lot 54 152 For More Inforrnot,on Contoct ROEERr LUNO or RUSSELL DENOWH Carlyle, Montana S;dney, Montana Registered Angus AND Council to Muff . . >''e'l"e::":";';"""""":( The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, February 17, 1971 - 3 Noisemakers Here 00Statlstlcs00 S ientists Attend Meefin City Council members clamp- "' i: C J ed down on excessive noise makers this week. BIRTHS A.L. Black, J. Ross Wight At their regular meeting Monday night, the Sidney Coun- cil adopted a new ordinance prohibiting parking a motor ve- hicle with the motor running be- yond a specified time. The new ordinance reads: "Parking motor vehicle with engine running prohibited. It shall be unlawful for arff per- son to park a motor vehicle within the citY limits of the city of Sidney and leave its motor running for a continuous period in excess of one hour between the hours of 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. This act shall not apply to authorized emergency vehicles." The council's action stem- med from numerous complaints received from citizens who were disturbed by motor noise from parked trucks leftrunnlog continuously. In other business, the coun- cil approved a motion to ad- vertise for bids on a new street sweeper for the city. Police Judge Ralph Criger asked and received permission to attend a schooling session in Glendive. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Bidogar- aY, Brockton, Ix', Feb. 12, 7 Ibs. 12 ozs. Mr. and Mrs. Marlow Iver- sen, Sidney, girl, Feb. 14, 9 !be. 1 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Corbett, Sidney, be,, Feb. 1% 8 lbs. MARRIAGE LICENSE None WEATHER Date Max. Min. Precip. Feb. 9 34 -II .00 Feb. I0 40 17 .00 Feb. 11 37 19 .00 Feb, 12 31 13 .00 Feb, 13 46 20 .00 Feb. 14 44 28 .00 Feb. 15 45 26 .00 Total .75; Average .56. City Fines Ludwig Schielke, Sidney, $25 failure to back in safety. David Walter Kemmis, Sid- ney, $20, careless driving. and Larry M. White, all of Sid- ney, are attending the Society for Range Management national meeting this week inReno, Nev. Both Dr. Wight and Black will participate in the program. They will present the second and third portions, respectively, of a three - part paper entitled "Rangeland Ecosystems of the Northern Great Plains as M- fected by High Levels of Nitro- gen and Phosphorus Fertiliza- tion." Dr. Wight's talk is entitled "Effect on Energy Fixation"; and Black's, "Effect on Nitro- gen and PhosphorUs Availability and Uptake." All three men are scientists at the local Northern Plains Soil and Water Research Center, a field location of the USDA's Agricultural Research Service. More than a thousand scien- tists, ranchers, educators will be attending from all parts of the nation and at least 10 foreign countries. The Society numbers over 4,000 memberswhose con- cern is for the native pasture- lands that comprise nearly one- half of the land surface of the Alkali Conditions Showing earth. Current interests in en- vironment often overlook the worldwide importance of range- lands and the part they play in food production, recreation, and watershed. TEST AD! By ELLIS E. WILLIAMS wheat; summer - fallow, wheat, In some eases wind erosion Rich/and Co. Extension Agent oats; etc. may be a problem. Here, too, Researchers tell us that we However, to follow such a you have a legitimate reason to have several cases of salts, or pattern of a three year rotation change your cropping pattern alkali conditions, showing up. to Increase farmineome andre- and obtain a lower conserving lieve the salt problem of soil base. In many instances the summer fallow small grain rotation may being rained over time, your be causing this. eonserving base may be too Farmers and ranchers will high. ASCS regulations state have 15 days fromdateofnotice The researchers say that one that conserving bases may be to appeal in writing to the ASCS way to stop or slow this condi- lowered toallowfor athreeyear County Committee to have their tion is to charge to athreeyear rotation if you are attempting farms conserving base lowered crop rotation. Their research to solve a soil problem such as if justified. Appeals must be indicates good yield responses salts that are starting to show documented as to the extent of in a three year rotation that up. The area thatcausestbe salt the problem you have. SCS, nght he asfollows, summerfal- problem may be quite large - ASCS, or we in your Extension low, wheat, safflower; summer- a whole field, most of your farm, Office are here to assist you in fallow, wheat, corn; summer- parts of your neighbor's farm, any way we can. fallow, spring wheat,._ winter or a whole area. Do you have a salt problem starting to show up, wind ere- Measles Clinic sion because of too much and ton often summer fallow, and could you help solve these problems by changing your cropping sys_ Set February 18 tem to a t-hree year rotation and increase your farm income at the same time? If you qualify in this category, appeal your con- serving base, changeyour crop- There will be a Rubolla(Ger- catch the disease fromehildren ping pattern, increaseyour eco-  man Measles) Immunization the idea istoimmunizechildren nomic returns, and save your AUTNORIZEO dEALER Clinic held in Sidney Feb. 18 against the disease, soil! under the sponsorship of the Health Department and the Sidney Jayceens. .t gz. A Rubella ImmunizationCLln- IImdl lrtl JP  @ ie1970.was held in Sidney in M.. , --'-=,. / ....... "" r BATK The Feb. 18 Clinic wiUbe for children, oges one through ll, SIDNEY 'LbT who have not previously been cine vac einated with the Rubella vac-. / SE DN YONTk'.t. Hours for the clinic inSidney will be as follows: 10 - 10:30 a.m., Central Elementary; Weather Phone 482-1177 10:45 - 11:15 a.m., St. Mat- thew's, and 11:30 - 12:00 a.m., Westside SChool. HOPPING Parent Authorization forms i will be distributed to school children at the schools. Parents of pre-schoolers can obtain the authorization form. AROUND at the Richland County Health Office or they will be available at the RubeLla Clinic at the des- ignated times andplaces. There TOPAY BILLS? Although Rubella is usually vaccination. a mild disease in children, it is often responsible for mental retardation and malformations in babies born to mothers who contract Rubella during early months of their pregnancy, Since pregnantwomen usually Let Checks do the hopping BRAATEN PLANS.. : (continued from Ime I) provements and new equipment' are also scheduled for existing parks, Braaten said. "I am proud to have had a part in planning and carrying out these Programs and if the citizens of my ward elect me to another term, Ipledge continued effort to see that progress for our city continues, using tax dollars efficiently and wisely to make Sidney a good place to live while keeping taxes at the lowest possible level," Branten concluded. Hubert Johnson, also an al- derman from Ward Three, an- nounced he would not run for re-election. Petitions for the Ward Three alderman' s post have been taken out by three other potential can- didates. Ray Rumfelt, Depart- ment Supervisor for Holly Su- gar, is the latest to step on the Ward Three bandwagon, Howard Martini, of Martini Steel, In, and Chuck Lindberg, zone manager for International Harvester, are both circulating petitions prior to filing for the Ward Three post. Bruce Harris, Ward Two al- derman, who is running for the mayor's post in Sidney, has no competition to date. Mayor O. L. Anderson announced earlier that he would not seek re-elec- tion. Knute Hoversten, a Sidney teacher, has filed a petition t' Harris's Ward Two post. THIS WEEKS SPECIAL / 1966 BUICK ELECTRA 225 / This car is a one owner car with low miles / nd loaded with options - Don't miss it!// 1966 Mustang 2 HT ..................................... 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' Commercial Loans If yours is a sound business enterprise in need of additional cash, we'd be gald to assist you with a loan. Let's talk it over. COMING eVeNTS FEBRUARY 17 Democratic Women meet at the Hospitality Room of the Sidney National Bank at 7:30 p.m. FEBRUARY 19 Ding Dang Cowbelles are sponsoring a card party Feb. 19th at 8 p.m. in the Sidney National Bank basement. FEBRUARY 20 Card party sponsored by the Rebekahas at 8 p.m. at IOOF Hall in Fairview. FEBRUARY 20 Card party at Midway Community Center, 15 miles north- west of Sidney in West Brorson Community. The public is invited to attend. FEBRUARY 22 Richland Homes Auxiliary monthly meeting at 2:30 p.m. FEBRUARY 23 Food Sale at the Valley Hardware sponsored by L.D,S. Mon-Dak Pork Producers meet at the Culbertson State Bank ] In Bankh00g It's People That Make The Difference!