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8. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 11, 1973 Lambert Lists Honor Roll Honor students were named this week at Imbert's public school for the third quarter in 1973. The honor roll by grade is as follows: Grade 3 -- Kathy Bouchard, Fred Lake and Wade Roberts. Grade 4 -- lxci Mullin, Dana Rosaaen, I#mlie Sheehan, Beth Torgerson and Tanuny Vaira. Grade 5 -- Mavis. Roberts, Newell Rosaaen and Kathy Williams. Grade 6 -- Ran Bouchard, Dick Diede, Sunetta Heringer, Kevin Johnston, Sammie Mullin, Grace Rauscbendorfer and Tommy Williams. qrade 7 -- Brenda Carda and Don Bouchard. Grade 8 -- Eddie Amestoy, Edward I,arson, Sheldon Heringer and Charlotte Jambor. Freshmen Row Carda, Mike Irigoin, Torn Irigoin, Dale Roberts, Alan Fink and Donald Diede. Sophomores -- Duane Carda, Martha Rehbein, Connie Torgerson, Dana Mullin, Sheryl Pust and Jim Steppler. Juniors Roy Fatzinger, Ervin Goss, Timothy Klasna, I,yle Roberts an Bob Rauschendorfer. Senlors -- Janet Amestoy, Kenneth Diede, Henry Snedigar, Theresa Shaw, Dale Mullin, Virginia Goulart, Dick Jambor and Paul Wetz. I Jl] L I I I II II [ Books On Western Americana J By BEI,VINA W. BERTINO DAUGHTER OF THE SEA, by Madeline Polland. 192 pp. Doubleday & Co. Inc. $4.50. Pub. Feb. 16, 1973. This is a story for young readers involving a young American girl and a young man from Crete .whom she met during summer vacation. In her loneliness after his return to Crete for his senior year at c)llege, her thoughts seemed to be those of another girl, Saran, who was shipwrecked off the coast of Crete. The story of now is en- chantingl interwoven with a comparable one of ancient Crete. When the young man returned for her the following summer, she told him she felt she would know his home of Knossos -- that she had always known it. The dramatic story brings with it a brilliant description of the ancient culture of the island. MadelJne Polland was born in Ireland but grew up in England. 8he began writing only after her children had reached manageable age. Two of her books have received honor awards. THE TRUTH ABOUT MARY ROSE, by Marilyn Sachs. 160 pp. Doubleday & Co. Inc. $3.95. Pub. March 1973. Mary Rose Ramirez was named for her aunt who as a g,# Electronic Reading Help Students in the 6th Grade reading class at Central Elementary here are receiving volunteer help from Ruth Neff. Mrs. Neff is donating one hour per day to help the students learn reading with the use of an electronic devise called the Imperial Reading System. Pictured above from left are Kelly Rued. Pat Dunn. Toni Martini, Mrs. Neff and Toni Frey. Richard Riedmann is the 6th grade reading instruetor and said Mrs. Nell's assistance has been a great asset to his class -- Don Mrachek Photo girl just Mary Rose's age died Timberline Workers "lO years before in a fire. Before Girard Area News Notes becoming trapped in a blazing Participate In Drive The Timberline Workers 4-I-I Club was invited to the Three Buttes 4-H Club meeting March 16. All but two of our members were there. Sheree Buxbaum gave a talk on how to give a demonstration the proper way. Sterling Swigart gave a demonstration entitled "Don't Be Dull, Be Sharp." March 23, the Timberline Workers 4-H Club went Roller Skating at Glendive, with the Four I,eaf Clover 4-H Club. Our club participated in the White Cane Drive March 31. We had a nice turn out. The seventh meeting of the Timlrline Workers 4-H Club was called to order by the president, Kevin Buxbaum, at the tloward McNew home April 6 at 7 p.m. The pledges were said and two ,songs were led by Rita Emly. Roll call was answered by giving mething on highway fety. A health report was given by Tommy McNew on Meningitis. Kcnny Satra was a guest of Kelvin Buxbaum. A demonstration was given by Kevin Buxbamn on the Art of l,andscaping. Mrs. Swigart showed some slides on cuts of meat from pork, beef and lamb. Mrs. McNew served lunch after the meeting. The next meeting will be at Harvey Hamburg's on May 4 at 7 p.m. Annie Emly, reporter I . I II II FOR SALE CHAROLAIS BULLS Yearlings and 4-year-aids Call 482.1289 TAD SCHILLING ('all No. 485 i i l l i i iiii ill room, the first Mary Rose managed to save her six - year - old brother and all the other people in the building by ringing their doorbells and shouting "Fire!" Mary Rose idealizes the memory of her kind, gentle, beautiful and incredibly brave aunt. She wants to know more about her namesake and at her Grand- mother's house she learns there is a box of things her aunt kept and treasured. Grandmother insisLs there is nothing much in the box and allows Mary" Rose to .search for it. Mary Rose is sure that when she opens the box, she will find the "something" that links her to the first Mary Rose When finally found, the box becomes practically a Pan- dora's box. It reveals the disturbing truth about the first Mary Rose as well as the second. The story is written with great skill. It is funny, touching, yet down to earth'in its portrayal of characters. Ms. Sachs is a fulltime author with veral books to her credit. Her last book, The Bear's House, was a National Book Award nominee, and was also named n "Outstanding Book of the Year," and "Best Book of the Year." THE TRUTH ABOUT MARY ROSE is expected to collect even more awaeds. 1 Charter No. 12679 By TERRY JOHNSON l,arry Simonsen returned home Tuesday from Great Falls where he picked up his grandmother. Mrs. hla Simonsen. Clyde Jensen visited at the Marvin Kilens and I,loyd Salsburys, Monday anti Tuesday of this week. Shields Given Jump Badge Army Private Kenny D. Shields, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shields Sr., Poplar, recently received a parachutist badge upon completion of the three-week airborne course at the U. S. Army Infantry School, Ft. Benning, Go. During the first week of training, he underwent a rigorous physical training program and received "in- strucUon in .the theory of parachuting. The second week tested his ability through jumps from the 34-foot and 250-foot towers. The final week he was required to perform five static line parachute jumps. Shiehls entered the army in September 1972. He is a 1972 graduate of Busby (Mont.) Indian School. Ill i II National Bank Region No. 13 REPORT OF CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES, OF THE Richland National-Bank of Sidney in the state of Montana, at the close of business on Mar 28. 1973 published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under tttle 12, United States Code, Section i6i. M;SET8 Cash and due from banks (including $ None un- posted debits) .............. 2,128,119.70 U. S. Treasury securities ........... 2,312,012.50 Obligatior, e of other U. S, Government agencies and corporations ...... . ........ 895,750.00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions ............ 2,328,527.94 Other Ues (mclng one corporate stock) ' 27,000.00 Trading account securities ............. None Federal funds mild  securities purcha under agreements to reNll .......... 150,000.00 Loans . ................... 13303,634.23 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises . . 341,919.92 Real estate own other than bank premim None Investments in sulidiaries not conselldated... None. Cuatomers' liability to this bank on aeetane outstanding .................. None Other  (including SNone direct lease financing) .................. None TOTAL ASSETS-. ............. 21,286,963.39 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days enrLiqg with call date ........ 19,555,402.92 Average of total loans f the 15 calendar days ending with call date ......... 13,021,834.00 Interest eolloeted not earned on installment loans included in total capital accounts .... None I, Ben G. NordeU, St. V. P. and Cashier, of the above - named crnk do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and to the best of my knowledge and belief. . , Ben G. Nordell We, the undereignnd directors attest the eorrectneu of report of condRton and declare that it has been examined by and to the bat of our knowledse aad belief hi true and correct Jay l,alonde Ing. Svarre, Directors Ivan J. Peterson g - -  . _ i I i l LIABILITIE Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ........... 6,531,711.Z Time and Savings deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations ........ 11,093,243.32 Deposits of United States Government .... 96,122.48 Deposits of States and political subdivisions . . . 1,812,059.87 Deposits of {oreign governments and official institutions ............  ..... None Deposits of commercial banks .......... None Certified and officers' checks, etc ..... 84,383.42 TOTAL DEPOSITS $19,617,520.36' (a) Total demand deposits 7,082,025.04 (b) Total time and savings deposits ......... 12,535,495.32 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ....... None Liabilities for borrowed money ....... None Mortgage indebtedness ........... None Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding .......... None Other liabilities .............. 168,642.35 TOTAL LIABILITIES .......... 19,786362.71 MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES ............. None RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans ( set up pursuant to IRS rulings) ......... 202,990.71 Other reserves on loans ........ None Reserves on securities ........ None TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES ............ 202,990.71 CAFITAL ACCOUNTS Capital notes and debentures ......... None -- per cent Due -- $ None -- per cent Due ,-- $ None Equity capital - total .............. 1,297,809.97 Preferred stock - total par value ...... None No. shares outstanding None Common Stock - total par valae ......... 450,000.00 No. shares authorized Noae No. shares outstanding 4,b00 Surplus ................. 450,000.0(, Undivided profits " 397,809.9? Reserve for contla4gencies and other capital reserves ............  .., ...... None TOTAL CAPITAL ACOOUNTS ." ....... . . 1,297,809.97 TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUN'I ......... 21,286,963.39 I i I I II .... l)ou ,Johnson celebrated his 31st IJirthtlay, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Con Simonsen attended the funeral of Alfred Gierke. Friday. ,Iodi I,ynn Wick celebrated her sixth birthday, Friday l"riday night uests. for the celebration at the Wayne Wick home were Mr. anti Mrs. Eyvind Wick and Steve, Mr. anti Mrs. Bob Pinar and family, l,ewistown; Mrs. Don Bentson and boys, Helena, and Mr. and Mrs 1)oug ,Johnson and children. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff l,arson. Mr anti Mrs. Gary Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Ed I,ewis, Sharon ,Icnsen anti Florence Conroy visited at Don Baues, Friday, in observance of Baue's birthday. Mr, anti Mrs Bob Pinar and children were overnight guests of the Wayne Wicks, Friday. Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Jensen anti family returned to Kent, Wash., Thursday. ..hool glectjo,as held at the Girard Hall. Saturday. Several members of the Conmmnity attended the Co-op l)inner anti Social at the Moose l,odge, Saturday, for all of the County Co-ops. Mr. and Mrs. I)arrel Goebel anti family anti Mr. anti Mrs. Bruce lmsdahl were supper uests at the Con Simonsens. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Conroy visited at the Poffs. Syths and ([erale Kilens, Sumlay. Phone Service Open April 14 The Internal Revenue Ser- vice toll - free telephone servme to assist taxpayers will be available April 14, from 7!45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. In addition. this service will be available lrom 7:45 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. wcekdays through April 16. 1 }ial 1-800-332-2275. Mr. anti Mrs. Harold Hawley were dinner uests at the Marvin Kilens, Sumlay. The (;irard Farmers Union local hehl their regular mcetin at the Frank Daniels. Sunday. Wyness Rites Held In Sidney Funeral services for Jacqueline Renee W yness, 20, Calgary, Alberta. were held at 2 p.m. April 5, 1973, at Fulkerson Memorial Chapel in Sidney with Rev. Stanley I,arsen of Pella Lutheran Church offieiating. Interment was in Sidney Cemetery. Pallbearers were William Forrester. Harold Grinolds. Victor Marker. William Marker, William Sch- mierer and Clarence Smith. Merrill Womack and Carol Head renditions were "Abide with Me" and "The l,ord is My , Shepherl." Fulkerson Funeral Home was m charge. She died suddenly at her home in Calgary, March 30, 1973. Jackie was born July 3, 1952, in Sidney, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Goldsmith. She attended school in Sidney and was married to Reid Smnual Wyness, Aug. 6, 1970, at Belle Fourche. S. D. After their marriage they lived in Weyburn, Sask., until July, 1972, when they moved to Calgary Her husband has worked in oil field production anti exploration. Surviving are her widower, "'Sandy" Wyness of Calgary; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (;eore Goldsmith of Sidney; three sisters, Mrs. Don Shirley Martin of Great Falls, Mrs. Curtis I Georgetta) Hurst of Stackton, Calif., and Mrs. Darlene Dige of Seattle, Wash. Also surviving are 10 metes and nephews. Seed, Wheat and Seed Corn, Grass Seeds, High Sugar Corn HS50. ORDER EARLY FAIRVIEW MILL Grinding and Rolling hone 744-5677 Fairview MAKE AN OFFER And See What Happens Sounds Impossib Come To Crighton Distributors, Inc. And Look Over the Following Equipment and MAKE AN OFF Eversman Pull Type Ditcher Was 200 Sale Pull Type Sprayer Trailer with 28' boom Was :12500 John Deere 12" Tandem Disc $60000 ACE 3 Section 3 pt. Harrow Was :170 Sale John Deere 3 Point 6 Row , Beet Side Dresser .... s IHC 2 Bottom Spinner Plow Fast Hitch Was :100 Sale 2 Fox Super 6 Forage Harvester with 5' pickup and one row corn head Was :129500 S, John Deere | 4T Baler with, Motor Was :325 Sale sse 4;ergusen No. 0 PTO Baler  Was :47500 Oliver 720 PTO Baler Was :1300 Oliver 520 PTO Baler, Was :105000 S Massey Fergusen 510 Combine with 20' table Was :455000 Sale? Offer .... leady To Make An m? Massey Harris 80 Combine with,14' table Was :37500 Solel Massey Harris 90 Combine with 14' Table and Sund pickup Was :79500 Sol IHC Combine - 1 4' Table Was :375 oo Sah Iohn Deere 3 Point lY Tool s3500o IHC 163 - 16' Table Water Cooled Engine Was :875 Sale: 2 IHC "24" 2 Row Tank Harvester with topping units Was :99500 - FH 150 1 Row,Tank Harvesters with DBTU Was :74500 Sol, Gemco 540 2 Row Tank Harvesters With T, V. Was :1095 Sal Farmhand 2 Row Tank Harvester Was :67500 o Heath Barnes 6 Row Top Savers Was 1095 Take Advantage of This Great Sale There will be some new equipment sold the same way. So come down and look it over. - SALE - Will Last Until April 15, 1973