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10 - The Sidney Herald. Sidney, Mont., Wed., May 3, 1972 LOTS OF SHOW AND TELL -- Rose Maltese, surrounded by her many talents, wm be among the featured guests at the Rlchland County Extension Homemakers Show-Tell Craft Day, May 9, at the Moose Lodge. Crafts will be displayed by several in the area, who will also give instructions on how to make various items. The exhibits will be on display from 10:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. Crafts include such things as decoupage, macrame, use of g[eeting cards for place mats, Christmas decorations, ceramics, dolls and many others. -- Bonnie Roberts Photo engine tune. up specual ' If your car's get up and go, got up and went, take it in for an engine tune-up speciat. Your motor wilt end points clea +,ed and adjusted -- replaced if necessary. Condenser checked, ignition timing adjusted. Fuel inlet filter replaced. ,q ql Air cleaner serviced, replaced 1,| | 95 if necessary, -- -- For a linited time only, McCabe Area News About 70 people attended a and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Larsen potluck dinner Sunday at and girls. Ebenezer Lutheran Church. Mrs. Larry Andersen and "Through the Gates of family, Poplar, and Mrs. John Splendor,"a film which depicts Beck and boys were Saturday the story of five young visitors at the Frank Nelsen missionaries who died at the home. hands of the Auca Indians in Friday evening guests at the Ecuador. was shown. Ed Hansen home to help Sharon Louis Knudsen, Stryker, celebrate her birthday were Mont., visited at the Martin. Mr:.and Pte, G ttbern, Nelsen and Knud Knudsen's Mr. and Mrs. Larry last week. He was on his way to Rassmusson and family, Mr. his home after spending the and Mrs. AaronSnyder and Mr. winter in Tuscon, Ariz. and Mrs. Richard Hanscn. Evening callers at the Fred Afternoon caller was Mrs. Ken Wix home Saturday, to wish Olsen. Fred and Jannie a happy birth- Steve Larsen, son of Mr. and day, were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. Gene Larsen, who is at- Hofman, Mr. and Mrs. Willie tending MSU, and two friends, Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kenny Urdahl, Froid, and Larsen and family, Mr. and Sharon Eby, Helena, were Mrs. Glen Lrsen and family visiting over the weekend. Call No. 481 Charter No. 12679 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 April 18, 1972 published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under title 12, United States Code, Section 161. ASSETS 2sh and due from banks (including $ None un- posted debits) .............. 1,694,559.61 U. S. Treasury securities ........... 2,412,012.50 Obligations of other U. S. Government agencies and corporations .............. 1,092,900.00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions ............ 1,913,467.66 Other securities (including $None corporate stock) .................... 18,000.00 Trading account securities ................. None Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ............. None Loans .................... 9,424,413.79 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises . 356.457.73 Real estate owned other than bank premises ..... None Investments in subsidiaries not consolidated ...... None Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ..................... None Other assets (including SNone direct lease financing) .................... None TOTAL ASSETS .............. 16,911,811,29 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ........ 15,386,090.20 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ......... 9.430,210.47 Interest collected not earned on installment loans included in total capital accounts ....... None I, Ben G. Nordell, Vice President 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. Ben G. Nordell 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. Ing Svarre G, A. Hall, Directors Ivan J. Peterson, DDS I II I II I I LIABIUTIE Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ............ 5,163,978.6 Time and Savings deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations ........ 8,938,006.01 Deposits of United States Government ..... 48,913.85 Deposits of States and political subdivisions . . . 1,226,461.68 Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions .................... None Deposits of commercial banks ........... 25,918.08 Certified and officers' checks, etc ...... 59,640.05 TOTAL DEPOSITS $15,462,918.34 a ) Total demand deposits 5,941,660.33 (b) Total time and savings deposits ......... 9,521,258.01 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 ............... 107,623.44 TOTAL LIABILITIES .......... 15,570,541.78 MINORITY INTEREST 1N CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES ............... None RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans I set up pursuant to IRS rulings .......... 157,389.67 Other reserves on loans .......... None Reserves on securities .......... None TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES ........... 157,389.67 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital notes and debentures ........... None -- per cent Due -- $ None -- pet" cent Due -- $ None Equity capital - total ............... 1,183.879.84 Preferred stock - total par value ......... None No. shares butstanding None Common Stock - total par value .......... 300,000.00 No. shares authorized No. shares outstandin 3000 Surplus .................. 300,000.00 Undivided profits ............... 583,879.84 Reserve for conungencies and other capital reserves ......... ; ........... None TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......... 1,183,879.84 TOTAL I,IABILITIES. RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ......... 16,911,811.29 I I ] II I I II I Auxiliary Cites Kathleen Helgeson Miss Kathleen Helgeson is the recipient of one of the Amerfc-dn Legion Auxiliary Department of Montana scholarships, in the amount of $400. Kathy is a senior at Sidney Senior High School and in the top 10 per cent in a class of 159. at Richland Homes for two years and plans to go to Minot State College, where she has enrolled in the four - year school of nursing. The other $400 scholarship from the Department of Montana was won by Marcella P. O. Box 432 Phone: Gtting a Farm or Home Loan? For your Title Work Ask For SIDNEY ABSTRACT 118 South Central Ave. Sidney, Montana Dennis V. Sundheim Curtis M. President Secretary & M', She has followed the college the daughter of Mrs. Joe,i For Better preparatory course, including Schaner and the late Joe advanced math, science and Schaner, former Sidney (," foreign languages, residents | - ' She is the daughter of Mr. Kathy applied for this and Mrs. Kenneth Helgeson scholarship through the 00oumy overnmem and belongs to the Methodist American Legion Auxiliary I [ VOTE - Church, where she plays both Unit 12 in Sidney. Mrs. Henry piano and organ. Sorensen is scholarship She has worked as nurse's aid chairman of the uni t. O Mona- Charley Creek I Art Sorteberg FRANCES STEPPLER fry at the State Line Club last j Sunday dinner guests at the Friday. Attending were Mr. ! Republican Candidate avon Schlenz's were the and Mrs. Harold Martin, Mr. ! hnny Verhasselt family, and Mrs. Glenn Danielson and dney. Eathel Davis, Fail'view. I "k Efficient . Courteous Sunday dinner guests at the Bert Steppler, Billings, spent ! Garteff were Mr and the weekend at his home. Benny Edeburn and didTheMnaHmemakersClUbspring housecleaning at I == Vote June 6 -- Mrs. Fern Peterson's, Culbertson, Thursday. J (PoI. Adv. Paid for by A Lavon Schlenz's were Johnny Verhasselt Sidney. Clyde Garten's were Mr. and Mrs. family, Cheyenne, Wyo.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Edeburn and Candy and l.enora Edeburn, Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Les Candee and Mr. and Mrs. Butch Candee went to Sidney Saturday to honor Mrs. Ricy Lelland on her birthday. Forest Brown, Poplar, was a caller at the Clyde Garten's, Friday. Dather Dale MeFarlane, Culbertson, and the Bert Bidegaray family were Sunday dinner guests at the Mel Rauschendorfer's. Mrs. Ore Sheehan, Sidney, spent a few days visiting her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. LaVon Sehlenz and family. Renee Rauschendorfer spent Tuesday night as a guest of Lesa Williams north of Lam- bert, to help Lesa celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tolksdorf attended the Rosary services in Sidney for Ejnar Rassmusen, Sidney, Friday night. Cliff Martin, Sidney, was honored on his 86th birthday wn w erated to a fish Law Students Receive Awards Two Sidney students were among the 13 University of Montana law students who were recipients of awards and scholarships April 22 at the annual Barristers' Awards Banquet in Misseula. Robert E. Sullivan, UM law school dean, said the banquet is held to recognize scholastic excellence The banquet was part of a weekend's activities which included a law conference on administrative law and the Barristers' Ball. Recipients were P. Bruce Harper, who received the Justin Miller $100 Savings Bond award, and Robert L. Knopp, who received the American Law Book Company award for overall legal scholarship. INTER - OFFICE MEMO 20% OFF ON ALL ITEMS LISTED . Pant Suits Mens Jeans . Girls Blouses and Jeans . 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