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12- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 26, 1972 Jr. Rifle Club In Third Place Sidney's Fox Creek Jdnior Rifle Club repeated this year, by taking third place in the North Dakota State Cham- pionsMp in the team matches. MemTers of Sidney's winning "gold" team were David Patch, Ken Loudermilk, Jim Kelly and Diane Emly. Sid- ney's only individual winner was David Patch. On Saturday, in the North Dakota State Championship David took first place in prone, first place in kneeling and second place in the force position aggregate. On Sunday, in the N.R.A. National Sectional match, David won second place in prone and third place in kneeling. Christie Holies, a 16 - year - old girl, from Cando, N. D., was the over-all winner of the match. Cities represented were Cando, Noonan, Maddock, Williston, Minot, Valley City, Carrington, Fargo and Sidney. There were 126 shooters altogether. WIND 'IR UP -- Sidney High School track team members, Steve Mulien (left) with the dlsclm, and Tom Lorenz with the shot-put, warm up during a practice session Jaycees in preparation for the Sidney Track Relays, set for May $. Swim Meeting Set On Friday The annual Sidney Swim team organizational meeting will be held this Friday, April iPF YOYY-#YOP Matt's Blueberry 0 Pie Filling 2 jars West Pac Frozen  Strawberries 4'*$1 0|  V;. ,I 00ro.n 1 0,oz =1 _.=ora_e ,n. . WesternFamilv Crushed. Tid-Bits. ChunkSpineapple... -.Al" ..01 Western Family Golden 0 Corn 5 Cream Swle or Whole Kernel ti2 we00er"iakvEVa00ra*ed 5 =1 Mi ,.. . 28, at 6:30 at the VFW Hall. All Armour's 0 ( swim team families are urged ichif f 2 C J' B .... ' .... - ........... !to attend and any families on Dish WashingDetergent bottles U o0 S e m i n a r i tes owJing Standings =,, in starting their children are invited to come. Id The meeting will be in the IW I Me ts 1 ,Sl form of a potluck supper. You Cheerio Lounge 40 36 Russells Market 59 39 utensils and food. There will be Harold L. Mercer has ac- cepted an invitation to par- ticipate in a stats-wide seminar to be held in Great Falls, May 16 through 18. Approximately 50 par- ticipants from throughout the state selected for their work or avocation in land and water uses, for their decision - making positions in en- vironmental matters, for their continuing interest in the protection of the state's land and water supply and for their community leadership will be present. Mercer is Director of Public Works in Sidney. The seminar Is sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Montana under a grant from the Office of Water Programs, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency to the League of Women Voters Education Fund. The purpose of the seminar is to study the existing Flea Market Set For Girard Hall The Girard Homemakers are spomormg a "County Flea Ma__rket" at the Girard Hall, Saturday, May 6. A wide selection of new, used and old items will be sold. There will be a selection of napkins to choose from, as well as itexns such as old kerosene lanterns. Fresh, homemade pie and cinnamon rolls, coffee and tea, will be sold. The Market will be open h'om 1:30 to 5 p.m. .... I LOST PIN - Size of quarter, Seed Pearls and Emeralds. SENTIMENTAL VALUE Lost by Gall Apts. REWARD OFFERED MrL G. R. Weatherstone CALL 482.3342 and future uses of Montana's land and water and to plan for the best development of these resources. An important part of the Montana's Leaders Seminar is the followup committee headed by Mrs. Doris Milner of Hamilton. With the help of committee, the participants will be able to continue acting in their local areas on the problems of the state's management of its resource. Tibblts Mech, 39.5 36.5 Russell's Market 39.5 36.5 at-State Co-op 33.5 42.5 Savage Servtceflter 32.5 43.5 Great Plains Supply 32 44 Collins Marc. 31 45 High Individual Series: Bob Gregg, Se3; Ran Carter, 516; Dayton Lobclell, 513. High Individual Game: Ray Christensen, 222; 8ol) Gregg, 212; Dayton LobdelI, 210. CONMERCIAL Credit Union 54 26 Qutlltngs 52 28 Peavey Co, 50.S 29.5 Elks NO. 3 41.$ 38.5 Reynolds 37 43 United Building Center 31 49 Holly Sugar 211 52 Thogersen Motors 26 54 Reynolds 79 49 Credit Union 711 50 Pepsi- Cla 74,5 $3.5 McDonald's 38 90 WOTM 32.5 95.5 High Individual Series: Evelyn Poff, 553; Florence Peterson, 527; Ella Sterhan, 510. High Individual Game: Evelyn Poff, 203; Florence Paterson and Evelyn Poff, 191; Terry Thomas, 1711. an election of new officers and the plans for the 1972 summer will he reviewed. The Sidney team has been state outdoor champions for the past seven consecutive years and will be trying to make it number eight at Lewistown on Aug. 11, 12 and 13. FIRDAY NIGHT MIXED Jolly O's - 71-72 Champs Fairview Boys JollyO,s 37471 Place At Fight Reckless Ones 45.5 Four Roses Night Owls 29 35 Fearsome Foursome 26 38 Three Fairview boys at- High Individual Series: Gary M Bar C 25 39 Law Day Slated Mlller, 5711; Chuck Mafl/n. S70; Jim RoadRunners 24 40 tended the annual Din, Overdahl and Erwin Dobson, 556. MaMa's and PaPa's 22.5 41.5 N.D., Golden Glove Fight, with OverdahI,HIgh lndlvldual2; Kelly Sanders,Game: .,JIm High Series. Men: Kelly Sanders, For This "" -'-,v,onuay ' Rocky Beldon,  - pound .; Ran Carter, 504; Don Reuter. the fOllOWJJlg results: Harry Johnson, 219. Gay. Forrest H. Andemm has proclaimed this Monday, May 1, as Law Day in Montanl, In signing the proclamation, Anderson said, "On the oc- casion of the 15th nationwide observance of Law Day, let each d us seek an increased understanding of, and respect for. the rule of law and the role of law." The proclamation said in part, "During this critical period in our nation's history of special trial and challenge, it is more important than ever before that we recognize the vital role.., of the rule of law to national stability and in. dividual freedom." Montana citizens were called upon to "be infornmd on im- portant state and national issues and teach the lrinctples of good citizenship, by example, in the home and in the community." May i is set aside each year for Law Day by joint resolution of Congress and Presidential proclamation. Montana state Law Day Chairman for 1972 is James T. Harrison Jr. of Helena. Concert Monday At Senior High The final concert of this school term for Sidney Senior High School will take place this Monday, May 1, at 7:30 p.m. at the Senior High Gym. PROTECTGRAIN AND Featured w.dl be selected MACHINERY-MANY SIZES solos, ensembles and the hands and choirs that took part in the ',ml , District Music Festival. This will be the last conort for the graduating seniors. The can i . Outstanding Choral Award, It |rln Arian Band award and the John get Peavey Philip Sousa Award will be l [ presented. A small admission will be charged to help the band Sidney, Montana and choir in their expenses for Phone: 482-1304, ,, the state festival. .... [ . ] Ill II I I Attention Farmers... Tenderloin Industries is now contracting for corn silage for fall delivery =7" Delivered Per Ton Those interested contact: Ing Svarre - 482-1615 [ High Game. Men: Kelly Senders, MERCHANT 212; Ran Carter, 202; Terry Meadow GOld Dairy 54 22 Verhasselt, 200. Ranger aar 45 31 High Series - Women: Pat Hartle, Rasmussen Servlcenter 40 36 477; Jeani Wolfe, 46; Mary Carter, eowtl Center 39 37 421. VFW 39 37 High Game Women: Mary Star Bar 37.5 38.5 Carter, 170; Pat Hattie, 166; Mexine Sonny's Country Shop 31 45 Stoner and Irene Schwlndt, 163. Gene O's 111.5 57.5 High indlvldoal Series: Lloyd araaten, 564; Wtllmer LOrenz, 544; Gary Miller, 537. High Individual Game: Lloyd Braaten, 211; Robert Petersen, 200; Delmer Nesper, 197. Slate Services On 'Deeper Life' Rev. Duane Morlw.heck will lead a series of "Deeper Life" services at the Christian and Mlsonary Alliance Church, East Main and Third Avenue in Sidney, beginning Sunday, Aprn 3O. According to Pastor Jim Eschenbrenner, Morscheck spends his time leading such encounters across America and Canada. He will be in the Sidney church for a full week with meetings each nlgh at 7:30 and on Sunday mornings at 11. "Morscheck has been closely connected with the revivals going on in Canada. The Lord has used him in this particular ministry, The church is very happy to have him at this particular time," according to Pastor Jim. Fellowship Day Set For May 5 The Mon-Dak Church Women United will celebrate May Fellowship Day on May 5, at 2 p.m. (MST) at St. Michael's and All Angels Episcopal Church in Cartwright, N. D. The program and registration will have par- ticipants from The People's Congregational, St. Matthew's Catholic, Lonsdale United Methodist, Pella Lutheran and Latter Day Saints Churches of Sidney, together with Zion Lutheran and Community Presbyterian Churches of Fairview. Music will be from the Sidney Music Club. Mrs. Earl Neff will speak on the theme "Behold The Woman". On behaff of the Mon-Dak Church Women United, Mrs. At Johns, president, extends an invitation to all women of Sidney, Fairview and Cart. wright to share in May Fellowship Day. RICHLAND MEN'S Cherry's Propane 49 27 Farmers Elevator 43 33 Thomas Brothers Enco 41.5 34.5 Yellowstone Livestock 39.5 36.5 Si.State Co.op 35 41 Al's Conoco 33.5 42.5 Farmers Union 32.5 43.5 D & S Tire Co. 30 46 High Individual Series: Ree Foster, 571; Rick Karst, 519; Lloyd Sheban, 515. High Individual Game: Bob auxbaum, 203; Ree FOSter, 201 and 194. class lost to Kenney Lysen h'om Parshall. Steve Sundheim, 95 - pound class, won a decision from Dale Crows Breast from ParshalL Dave Shannon, 150 - pound class, won a decision from Don Nelson from Par- shall. The event is sponsored by the Veterans Club of the college. Softball League Meets Tomorrow All men interested in playing softball and in forming a city league are asked to meet at the city hall at 7 tomorrow, April 27. It is hoped that teams can be Fairview Places 15 og== so that play can I Music Event bin on May 15. If you have a I1 team or are on a team that is Falrvtew High School noted 12 qualified for the State Music Festival in Billings, May 5 and 6, as a result of ratings received at the District Meet, held in Glendive, last Friday and Saturday. Receiving superior ratings were The Madrtgle, an en- semble group; Clay Helland with a clarinet solo; the Flute Trio; Warren Johnson for his vocal solo; and the High School Choir. Realty Listings * Nice home, 5 bedroom, 1 bath, 20 pIUSLscr part irrigated - Close to Sidney. Farm and Ranchers - 125 Cow Unit on up. Some w/excellent farming. * Some extremely good businesses showing ex- cellent return on in- vestment. Let us know your wants and needs and we'll tow to satisfy you. .m. ,ml,l#Ib,dPl,# Jl- ""  Ha I Ol.s "' -" Branch Ma 482..2074 Box 535 Sidney, Montana I [ ii i . - organized, only the captain should come to this meeting. Men not on a team are asked to come to this meeting. Men not on a team are asked to come to see ff there is enough men to organize another team. INTER - OFFICE MEMO Bill Says: "One week in 11 April is et aside for the observance Qf Secretary week." Kay Says: "And we take this time to thank our secretary Betty. who keeD's the ball rOlling around here." 'Vha, wOu,  11 secretary's?  -- fully this week- Days will be IBII bringing n TW I aff,c. _TR 'Y_  i Carpenter. Seitz Agency Phone 482-1411 Miller's Hi Life Beer....... 6p acktinssl.000 Meadow Gold Ice Cream or 9 Sherbets.... V= .,. 7 Ripon 39c pkgs. Cookie Assortment 3,or s' Churngold Soft Margarine... .01 I I I L IIII I I II I turday Sp Sattler's Sa ecials IPumpkin Pies and Raisin Rye Brea00 SAVE 3Oc when you buy a 6 OZ, jar of INSTANT FOL6EffS COFFEE CRYSTALS SRClAL me[ W11'H THIS COUPON 89 Within Coupon $|.19 oolm ai5 vo4 1/2o of i 'Good Thru SAVE 2Oc when yo0 buy a 2 Ib, can of RUB00 r00FFEE SPECIAL NE WITH THiS COUPON S1.55 Without Coupon $1.75 Good Thru May 3 9 'o e" "el"*e'lr'@"l Farm Fresh EGGS Grade A Medium 3ooz 89 =" Valuable Coupon SAVE 10(: when you buy a 1 lb. box of i00'mium'" , .-,: Special Prim "' ' ''- With this coupon Without Coupon $39c PJ)LOAJL Good Thru May 300j  I II I IRib Steaks =1 lb. U.S.D.A. Lean Pork Steaks.....,00 69 Swift's Empire Turkeys. 10,o12Ib e . lb. 39 U. S. No. 1 Fresh Strawberri ..:1.00 llSeo;;Ju:an: ;, e e 2 35 U. S, No. 1()New Crop : Onnons . .. 29c U. S. No. 1 Fresh Celery-Hea00s 49