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2- The Sldy Herald, Sidney, Mnt., Wed., April 11, 1973 Bainviile FFA Chapter Wins State Sweepstakes Bainville High School boys returned from the State FFA l,eadership Conference held in Great Falls, April 6 and 7, with the first place award in Sweepstakes in competition with 60 other teams from all sizes of schools in the state, They will represent Montana in the national contests in Kansas City, Mo., next Oc- tober. Alan Romo and Mark Panasuk earned the State Farmer degree. This is the highest degree a'arded on the state level and is limited to no more than the top two per cent of the. membership. l,yle Panasuk received a check to pay expenses to compete in the state Out- standing Greenhand contest as the Big Muddy District representative. In addition the competitive team and in- dividuals on the team earned the following awards: Andy Picard - gold award for second high individual in livestock judging, Mike Wang - silver award in Crops and Range, Mark Pacovsky - bronze award in Sweepstakes ( combination of livestock, crops and range and farm mechanics), silver team award in livestock, silver team award in crops and range, and CowBelles Pick 1973 Officers The CowBelles met April 5 at 2 p.m. at the Hospitality Room in the Sidney National Bank. Election of officers was held. Mrs. Sherman Dynneson is the new president, Mrs. Chester Jonson is the vice - president and Mrs. Fred Anderson is secretary - treasurer. Mrs. Joe Gartner accepted the District 10 director appointment. The March card party proceeds were divided equally between Cancer, White Cane Drive and Muscular l)ystrophy. The sate convention is to be held at Great Falls May 17 - 19. Some delegates from Ding Dang CowBelles will be at- tending. CowBelles will help serve dinner at the Gartner - Denowh bull sale, April 14. I I I I I I Part-Time Opportunity This is an opportunity for a mature responsible adult man or woman toearn some extra income. This person must have a car and be able to do some eening work. This person must also have the ability to use the telephone and make some personal contacts. If you are such a person and would he interested in helping your local hospital control its accounts receivable, please contact Ralph Johnson, Administrator at the Com- munity Memorial Hospital in Sidney, Montana. (14-3tc) I II II I I III I II [111 I bronze team award in farm ncchanics. Mark Panasuk earned a .ilver award in the Agricultural Mechanics Proficiency contest. Alan Romo earned silver awards in both Agricultural Mechanics and I,ivestock Production Proficiency con- tests. These awards were for work (lone at home and in school over the past four years. Alan also narrowly missed getting the Star Farmer of Montana award, losing'out to a Billings youth on a split decision by the judges. Those attending the Great Falls Convention were: The Sweepstakes winning judging team - Mark Pacovsky, Mike Wang and Andy Picard; delegates and State Farmers - Mark Panasuk and Alan Romo; Out.tanding Greenhand con- testant - I,yle Panasuk; and Advisor and Mrs. Vernon l'acvsky. Sundsted To Attend School Tony Sundered, assistant vice president and agricultural officer at Sidney National Bank, will be attending the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington, Seattle. Sundsted will attend the course Aug. 19 - 31. He said the eour is designed for three years with two weeks on eampus each year. The school, sponsored by the Imnkers associations of the 10 western ,tates will include subjects on analysis of business conditions, banking and the economy and management of bank fumls. Scouts Name Display Date The annual Scout Exposition opens here April 14 at 1 p.m., with troops, paces and dens from throughout the Badlands Scout District giving displays of their work. According to John Ratliff, head scoutmaster here, the show will be held at the Com- mercial Building at the Richland County Fairgrounds. ltliff said the show will close at 7 p.m. Displays planned by the scouts include ladders, bridges, alter stoves, towers and car racing. One of the Sidney troops is planning a display on Iuilding a boat, Ratliff noted. Ratliff said anyone interested in the show or scouting may contact him by calling 482-277_ FA nd :, HOM Open 8 a.m. East Main Monday through e Saturday Annual SPRING SALE Apdl 9 to Apdl 14 Home and Outdoors Swing Set Includes Slide ONLY Free Coffee & s39" Combiotic ONLY Cookies $2 2s for 100cc Press Litton Minutemaster" automatically defrosts frozen food in minutes. Still more Litton firsts make microwave cooking come at age: easy-clean acrylic interior, plus the largest interior of any counter-top oven! (Cooks a 20-Ib turkey) Now you can do it all: bake. cook. roast, defrost. brown meets beautilully . . cook complete meals in V4 the time. OOOKBOOI TOO. t68 pages; 300 recipes fat tkes. vegetables. L:asseroles and much. much mere. Come in for a demonstration! CLOTHING BATTERIES PAINT /PLIkNCES OIL TOYS a ! Every Day Free Parking SUPPLY Sidney, Monm let Lt. Bruce D. Harris Danielson Elected Fairview's Mayor Glenn Danielson was elected to a four-year term as Mayor of Fairview in their city election. Jean I,anouette was elected to a four - year term as city treasurer and William Doming was picked for a four - year term as police judge. Running against Deming for the judge's position were Alan Amundson, Elwood Odegard and I,. Sedlacek. Deming received 106 votes, Sedlacek ot 26 votes, Odegard 10 and Amundson received 19 votes. William Heiser was elected to a four - year term on the city council from Ward I while Jack Bain was picked for a two- year term in that same ward. In Ward II, Don Baxter and Hichard Hochberger each received 26 votes, Jim San- derson, also running for a seat on the city Council from Ward II, was defeated with 18 votes. In Ward III, Arnold Huether was elected to a four - year term while Melvin Hagele was picked for a two - year term. Draft Board Deactivated l,ocal Board 42 of the Selective Service System, l{ichland County, has been deactivated and their registrants have been assigned to the consolidated Ical Board 43, Wolf Point. All records of Richland County registrants will be retained at the Wolf Point local office. The address of this office is 319 Main, Wolf Point, Mont. 59201. It is still required that when a young man reaches 18 years of age, he must register at his own local board or any other Selective Service board, or before any duly appointed registrar. This should be within the period of 30 days before or 30 days after his 18th birthday. The registrar in Sidney is Jay Sissel. Harris New Guard Comment 1st I,t. Bruce D. Harris, Sidney, is the new commander of Detachment 1, Troop A, Montana National Guard, Sidney. The promotion becomes effective this week. Harris, 25, has been in the National Guard for eight years. He replaces 1st I,t. Charles W. Crowell, Sidney, in the com- manders post. Harris, a native of Sidney is married and works here as a Farmer's Union Insurance agent. The new commander served for four and one-half years as an enlisted man in the Sidney unit of the National Guard before going through the state Watts Honored At Conference Dan Watts, vocational agriculture teacher and FFA advisor at Fairview High School, was awarded the Honorary State Farmer Degree at the recent State FFA l:adership Conference held in Great Falls. He joined 10 others including Congressman John Melcher as individuals who have con- tributed much time and effort to agriculture and the Montana Association of FFA. Watts received the Degree as former State President of the Montana Vocational Agriculture Teachers, and former member of the FFA Board of Trustees. Officers Candidate School program. He recently received three months active duty at Fort Knox, Ky., where he studied advanced armor tac- tics. Harris reports the present strength of the Sidney unit is 60 with positions open to 72 area men. The unit is undergoing an extensive recruitment program to add manpower at Sidney. He said the one weekend a starting pay of $40 a  and an average pay per year. Men with vice records can sig year ate time years. The Sidney unit is second place state rifle shoot off according to Harris, Events Calendar: APRIL 8-14 National I,ibrary Week THURSDAY, APRIL 12 Noon -- Kiwanis, Viking Room, I,alonde Hotel 8 p.m. -- Richland County Farm Bureau regular cabin. Mr. and Mrs. William Lassey will show European countries 7 p.m. - AAU Wrestling Banquet and Awards Club FRIDAY, APRIL 13 1 - 4 p.m. -- Follow-up clinic, multiphasic clinic, basement SATURDAY, APRIL 14 11 a.m.- Food sale, Valley Hardware, Eastern 8 p.m. - MonDak Wagon Train Club regular meetin Scout Cabin Moment To Remem BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. John Haugen, Sidney, girl, April 4, 7 lbs. 14 ozs. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Blankenship, Savage, boy, April 4, 5 Ibs. 10 ozs. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lowry, Sidney, boy, April 6, $ Ibs. 2'4 ozs. MARRIAGE LICENSE Kenneth Tuenge, Sidney, and Harriet Bell, Sidney, applied April 4. Charles A. Pete,so,I, Crane, and Dabble Jean Olson, Sidney, applied April 5. WEATHER Date H L P April 3 56 32 tr. April 4 67 21 .00 April 5 51 30 tr. April 6 43 28 .07 April 7 33 23 .01 April 8 40 23 .01 April 9 42 9 .00 Total precipitation so far this year is .72. Average is 1.50. Capture Every Moment of that Special Wedding with photographs by TRIER'S- The Experts _'--' /, -or,, 'If you'd lose a troublesome isitor, lend him money." :Benjamin Franklin) 9 Different Wedding Plans Starting at Only *5500 Photography Is Our Only Trier's Studio Sidne 482- j ,:g_; - When Julius Caeser was captured by pirates on the Mediterranean. he was told he must give them 20 tap ents for ransom. He laugh- ingly said: "What, only 20 talents? I will give you 50 talents for my life!" Bill Says: "Each year motorcycles gain more popularity with all ages." Kay Says: "Yes Bill, and motor- cycles can be involv- ed in acci- dents and cause in- jury and damage to property." Frank Says: "If you have not insured your motor- cycle, do it now be- fore it is to late,," -11tV- ! Carpenter. Seitz Phone 42-1411 , ,, , Age?y, Call No. 485 CbarterNo. 10926 REPORT OF CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING DOMESTIC JBSIDIARIES, OF THE 00Sidney National Bank of Sidney in the state of Montana, at the doae of lmsine on Mar. 18, 1973, published in response of the Currency, under Title 12, United States Code, Section 161. IJABKJ'rIES ASSETS Cash and due from banks ( including $ No un- posted debits) ............... 1,577,038.49 U. S. Treasury securities ............ 416,767.50 Obligations of other U. S. Government agencies and \\; corporations____: :.. ._.. .. :_ 2,231,670.30 ()bligations of States and political subdivisions.. 4,462,956.20 Other securities (including $ none corporate stock) .............. 27,000.00 Trading account securities .............. None Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ........ 245,500.00 Loans .................... 8,703,289.68 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ..... 246,1.A. Real estate owned other than bank premises . ................ 1.00 Investments in subsidiaries not consolidated . None Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ................ None Other assets (including $ none direct lease financing) .................. None TOTAL ASSETS ................. 17,910,365.70 m00MO00bA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ..... 15,853,394.03 Average of total loans for the 15 ealendar days ending with call date .......... 8,669,255.18 Interest collected not earned on inaafllment loans included in total capital accounts 'None l l I, LeRoy H. Anderson, V. P. and Cashier of the above, uanmd bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. LeRoy H. Anderson We, the undersigned directors attest the correctmm of th report of condition and declare that it ha been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and carrel. O. L. Anderson W. A. McIntosh, Directors Phyllis Edington Demand deposits of individuals, partnershlpe, and corporations ............. Time and savings deports of individuals, partnerships and corporations ........ Deposits of United States Government Deposits of States and politicial subdivisions ............. Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions ............ Deposits of commercial banks .......... Certified and officers' checks, eta .......... TOTAL DEPOSITS ....... $15,799,772.37 (a) Total demand deposits . . 5,839,852.80 (b) Total time and savings deposits ......... 9,959,919.57 Federal funds purchased and securities sold und agreements to repurchase. : .... : . .. lbilities for borro,ed money ............ Mortgage indebdn8... ,'. ........ Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding ........... Other liabilities ................ TOTAL LIABIUTIF_ ............. MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES ............ VES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to IRS rulings) ......... Other reserves on loans .......... Reserves on securities ............ TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES cAPrrAL ACCOUNTS Ca pim.l notes and debem3m .......... ... per cent Due ... $ None .. per cent Due ... $ None Equity capital - total .......... . Preferred stock - total par value ........ No. shares outstanding..None Common Stock - total par value ..... No. shares authorized - - 4500 No. shares outstanding - Surplus . ............. Undivided profits ............. Reserve for outend and other eatal r, . . , . . . . o . . . . TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ......... TOTAL LIABI1,ITIF, RVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOIRrrs Lo