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I /Local News Items I A "Meals on Wheels" meeting will be held Thursday, May 4, at 7:30 p.m. at the Richland National Bank. This is a public meeting to give infornation on the program and to stress the need for COmmunity participation in this Project. Mrs. Babe Holyk, Secbey, a former Sidney resident, visited here last week. Mrs. Lucille Hastay left SUnday for her home in Alexandria, Va., after visiting relatives and friends here. En Mrs. Hastay will visit W. P. McKinnon in St. Paul, Minn. Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Beagle and Suzanne have returned from a six weeks vacation that took them to New Mexico, 'Silver Wings' For Frantzick Second Lieutenant Leon P. Frantzick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester H. Frantzick of Poplar, has been awarded silver wings Pon graduation from U. S. Air orce navigator training at Mather AFB, Calif. Arizona, California and the Pacific Northwest. In Eureka, Calif., they visited the Rev. and Mrs. Ed Cunningham, former Sidney residents, and in Los Angeles with Mrs. Beagle's daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dyveson entertained family members and friends at dinner and an open house on Sunday. The occasion was the confirmation of their daughter, Rebecca, at Pella Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hince spent the weekend in Wibaux visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Sharon Rau, Richland County Welfare Dept., attended a three - day meeting of directors of county welfare departments in Helena. Here to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Rozell, is Mrs. Tom Miller, Amarillo, Texas. Mrs. Miller also welcomed her new nephew, Brian Donald, born April 27 to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rozell. Mrs. Mary Alice Rehbein, PHN, Richiand County Health Dept., is in DetroR where she is attending the convention of the American Nurses Association. Mrs. Rehbein is the delegate from Montana. Lieutenant Frantzick is being assigned to Ellsworth AFB, S. ., for flying duty with a unit of e Strategic Air Command, America's nuclear deterrent force of long range bombers and intercontinental ballistic 'The lietuenant, a 1966 graduate of Poplar High School, received his B. A. degree in 1971 from the University of Montana and is a mber of Delta Sigma Phi. was commissioned there Uima completion of the Air POrce Reserve Officers cow program. His wife, Susan, is the of Mr. and Mrs. B. Conaway of Sidney. Here over the weekend to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Jones, were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris, Forsyth. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kaneski, Billings, were here to attend the funeral of Ejnar Rasmussen. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Quimng. Beth Petrik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Petrik Jr., returned home Tuesday from Concordia College, Moorhead, Minn. Beth has completed her junior year. DONATION SPECIAL -- Molly Linker, president of the Hospital Auxiliary, presented the groups check of  which was used to purchase the venalamcture chair being ex- plained by Ralph Johnson, administrator of the Community Memorial Hospital in Sidney. The chair Is used in the laboratory for blood don- ders. A Silver Tea will be held in the conference room this Sunday, May 7, commemorating Hospital Week, May 7- 13. The public Is invited to the Tea, and to view the hospital during the Open House program. Sergeant Harris Duty At Thailand U. S. Air Force Technical Sergeant Werner H. Harris, son of retired Air Force Master Sergeant and Mrs. Claud L. Harris, Biloxi, Mbs., is on duty at Karat Royal Thai AFB, Thailand. Sergeant Harris, an air traffic ct2otier, ts amember of the Air Force Com- munications service which  provides global com- municatioas and air traffic control for the USAF. Before his arrival in Thailand, he was assigned at Eglin AFB, Fla. is a 1964 The sergeant graduate of Biloxi Senior High School. His wife, Debra, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin E. Martin of Fairview. Savage - Crane News By BEA FISCHER a All this rain is ce g for the coming cro,bt4:Im,: sure ready to see some good sunshine. Mark Klempel was a patient in the Sidney Hospital last week where he was undergoing treatment after being thrown from a horse. Mrs. Olive LaFreniere is a patient in the Sidney Hospital. Mike Ernester has moved a house into Savage from south of Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lunge and family have moved to the Don Price farm, The Sophomore Mothers served lunch following the prom Saturday night. Clarence Barosso is building a new home at Crane. Visitors at the Harold Jorgensen home on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Pfau and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gregg. Terry Garfield visited at the Dwight Howard was a patient in the Sidney Hospital last week. The Savage Squares were in full swing Monday night with Bob Gregg doing the calling. After the dancing lunch was home of his grandmother, Viola Garfield, Sunday. While there he did some painting for her and butchered a pig. Senior Citizens i News I The Sidney Senior Citizens met April 27 at noon at the Moose Hall for a potluck din- ner. Sixty - one members were present. Twelve tahies of whist were played. High scores went to Ora Sheehan and Jorgen Groskurth. Ada McMillen won the door prize. In the drawing for the April birthday cakes, Allan Darnall and Ann Sharer received the cakes. Hostesses for the May 4 meeting to be held at 1:30 p.m. at the Moose Hall will be Thea Persson, Ella Bee and Marjorie Andersen. Call No. 481 Charter No. 10926 Bank Region No. 13 REPORT OF CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES, OF THE Sidney National Bank of Sidney of Sidney, in the state of Montana, at tim close of business on April 18, 1972, published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Title 12, United States Code, Section 161. @ ASSETS Cash and due from banks (including  None un- posted debits) ............... 1,750,155.36 U. S. Treasury securities . ............ 878,256.50 Obligations of other U. S. Government agencies 'and corporations .......... 1 Obligations of States and political subdivisions . . 2,149,391.68 Other securities (including $ none corporate , stock) ............... 18,000.00 account securities .................. None funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ...... . . .400,000.00 Loans .................... 7,410,712.75 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ...... 239,727.49 Real estate owned other than bank ' premises ........ .......... 11,001.00 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 ................. 14,692,638.18 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ..... 13,181,044.77 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ........ : . 7,361,080.33 Interest collected not earned on installment loans included in total capital accounts ..... None I LIAB Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ............. 4,427,555.14 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations ........ 7,784,185.50 Deposits of United States Government .... 66,571.50 Deposits of States and politicial subdivisions .............. 684,375.05 Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions .............. None Deposits of commercial hanks ........... 16,752.67 Certified and officers' checks, etc ........... 53,201.09 TOTAL DEPOSITS ....... $13,032,651.04 (a) Total demand deposits . . 5,042,713.45 (b) Total time and savings deposits .......... 7,989,937.59 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 hank and outstanding .............. None Other liabilities ................. 622,013.81 TOTAL LIABILITIES ............. 13,654,664.85 MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES ............... None RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on lons (set up pursuant to IRS rulings) .......... 85,810.94 Other reserves on loans ............. None Reserves on securities ............... None TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES ............... 85,810.94 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital notes and debentures ............. None ... per cent tree ... $ None ... per cent Due ... $ None Equity capital - total ............ 952,162.39 Preferred stock - total par value ........... None No. shares outstanding . .None Common Stock - total par value ...... 300,000.00 No. shares authorized - - 3,000 No. shares outstanding - - 3,000 Surplus .............. 300,000.00 Undivided vrofits ............. 352,162.39 Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves ................ None TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......... 952,162.39 TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........... 14,692,638.18 I, LeFoy H. Anderson, V. P and Cashier of the above, named 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 correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. O. I ANDERSON A. H. GROSKINSKY, Directors PHYLLIS EDINGTON served by the Wolffe family. Some of the members of the club will be dancing at the Wagon Train camp sight May 28. The next dance will be held May 15 and Faye Pfau and Fischers will be serving lunch. The Sidney Herald. Sidney, Mont., Wed., May 3, 1972- 5' MDU's Quol Revenues Montana - Dakota Utilities Co. reported today its first quarter revenues which were up eight per cent over the same period a year ago. Gas revenues rose from $13.2 million to $14.5 million while electric revenues went from $6.9 million to $7.2 million. Through its interim report to stockholders, the company indicated that the 11.8 per cent colder than normal winter was substantially responsible for the increase in revenues. Culbertson Set 'Frontier Days' Culbertson's Frontier Days are only six weeks away and the Saddle Club members and the Culbertson Chamber of Commerce are making plans to insure that this year's weekend of events is enjoyable and entertaining. Letters have been sent to businesses, individuals and groups, inviting them to par- ticipate in the parades on Saturday and Sunday, June 3 and 4. Saturday afternoon, the Chamber of Commerce will feature a fondue steak dinner. This event will follow the 3 p.m. parade down main street. This is a parade time change from previous years made due to the lack of afternoon en- tertainment. On Saturday night, the first night of the two - day event, there will be an RCA Rodeo with dances to follow at the armory and barn. Sunday's rodeo will get under way at 2 p.m. The RCS rodeos will feature Brookman stock. Bob Miller of Sidney will be the announcer. A half - hour acrobatic show will precede the rodeo both Saturday and Sunday. The report pointed out that while the utility's expanded revenues were considered satisfactory greater increases tn operating expenses and taxes tended to offset the gains. A substantial portion of these increased expenses resulted from the higher cost of gas experienced by the company. The combined net income from both utility and nonutility projected labeled, "Progress '72," will include gas delivery to five communities and two U. S Army and radar and missile sites. On the electric side, the company reported the signing of a mutually beneficial 35 - year agreement between MDU and Basin Electric Power Cooperative which will result in shared electric transmission operations for the first three lines and eliminate duplication months of 1972 was $5.0 million, of costly facilities. Earnings per share on common An early crop prediction, stock were $2.03 as compared with $1.90 a year ago. MDU's report further in- dicated that construction had started on the natural gas pipeline extension into nor- theastern North Dakota. This more nearly an expression of hope than prognostication, indicated conditions were quite favorable at this time for another successful year for agriculture in the company's service area. For Foir ond Efficient Government RE.ELECTr E. H. WICK Republican [.or County Commissioner (Pal. Adv. Pd for by E. H. Wick) III I I  III IIIIII , I  . ........ Return Engagement:00 y00Love00Duo Thurs., Fri., Sat., For your Dancing and Listening Pleasure Order from Complete Menu Sidney Dinners in the Lounge Annual Piggy Bank Dinner Tickets Available from Lodge Officers Lodge (If It's Happening It'sat the Elks)