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2300 Across the Nation FREE 613 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., May 17, 1972 The first night of Men's golf was held last Thursday. Flag winner highlights were: Craig Johnson witha 39 gross and Bill Zimmerman, Gerry Butner and Stan Albertson with low nets of 35. East Mont Enterprises, Whiting Insurance and Car- penter - Seitz Agency each scored six points to grab first in the league. This Thursday's pairings will be as follows: Sidney Music Mart vs. KGCX Men's Golf League Opens Season Play Gear P. Johnson B. Lee Noteboom Buehler Riek Hall Austreng Haugen Myers H. Johnson Wilson Cresap Eicholtz East Mont vs J.C. Penney Riggins I. Johnson Pavek N. Jones Child M. Anderson Stepan Amunrud' Coast toCoast vs Yellowst. Merc. Conaway Rounce L. Sax A. Sobolik Iverson Braaten W. Dasinger Kei Carpenter Sidney Elect. vs Johnson Hdwe. M, Dasinger Ewing illl I I RIGHTIN DAD'S Whiting Ins. vs Sobolik's Whiting Williamson Packard E. Sebolik Pigg Bloomquist Huher oraw Sid. Nat'l. Bk. vs Toggery Neff Potts Cumming Elliott I,. Lee Knaff McIntosh F. Jones Carpenter-Stz. vs Martini S. Carpenter Fr. Sampson Turner Sanford Frank E. Martini H. Martini Hurd BigSky vs Richl'dNat'l. Bk. Sandmeyer Seitz Averett Redlin G. Hartman Burner Gall J. Sampson HOST TEAM, Larson Motors Torgerson Williams Gram N. Hartman Means ! ! Dick Adams, producer service advertising manager, and Dick Hatch of The Erle Savage Co., created and directed the campaign which ran from spring through fall, 1971. FOR THEIR ABILITY -- Five students were presented awards by the Sidney Elks Ledge, by Cyril Little, past exalted ruler and a member of the Youth Activities Committee, at a special program, May 11. Presented with scholarship Date MgV 18 TWO BIG DRAWINGS left Friday and Saturday at 6 p.m. this week at SIDNEY A & W - YOU CAN STILL REGISTER - Damon Shirts Last Week's Winners: DAVID SEITZ, Sidney PAM NELSON, Savage ! awards were (l-r) Stun Moore, Penny Me- Morris and Kathleen Helgeson, all of Sidney. Cited with leadership awards were Jim Meyers of Frold and Diane Selvig of Outlook. -- Russ Wells Photo SPRING SPORTS Day J ....... VardtyTr. , , F roah'rr.. 7th-8tllTrack, ,, Th. BIKES .?00 Across the Nation Area Ponds Get Fish Spring fishing in the Sidney area should yield some good results for anglers in a rush to "wet their lines," according to recent word from the State Fish and Game Department at Glasgow. Near completion of annual trout planting operations in area ponds should mean good chances for angling in the future. Bob Needham, the department's fisheries manager at Glasgow, stated that department hatchery trucks recently visited some old standby ponds that already produce fishing, and others as well. For instancel Needham said the following ponds that already provide good trout angling received plants of fingerling rainbows: gladowski, Erickson, Tolksdorf, LaBonte, Candee and Salsibury. The Erickson pond, according to Needlmm, also provides bass, but suc- cessful angling for the warm- water fish has been limited in the past. Gartside Lake received a plant of 7 to 9 - inch catchable rainbows. Later this summer, Fish and Game intends to in- troduce walleye pike and bass in the lake. According to Needham, this may help solve fish management ills which in the past included poor growth rates of trout and high numbers fo non-game fish. Several "new" ponds in the Sidney area received plants of fingerling rainbow trout. These include Panasuk, Wick and Dare. Needham stated that these ponds should provide trout angling by this fall after the fish gain some size. Needham reminded anglers that several ponds within striking distance of Sidney produce good bass angling. Peer Dam, Johnson and Larson all contain a self-sustaining bass population. While afield, Fish and Game urges anglers to pay particular --- 1972 ,=ward Students GkreTr. ,Golf The Sidney Elks Lodge awards, for $100 each, were presented scholarship and presented at the banquet. 18.Divisional at leadership awards at the an- Parents of the award winning 19 Fri. Divisional at 20-Dual st Gla=gow 19-Divi=ional at 19-Billings nual banquet Thursday students were also present at ' -reavey Takes 20 Sat. Sidney-ClessA 20-Laurel evening, the banquet. A talk was given 26 Eastern 26-State at war Ju Fri. State st 26-State at 27-Great Fall, Leadership awards went to on what the Elks do for the T A d A o p , 27 Sat. Missoula ....... 27-Billings ........ __ Jim Meyers, Froid, and Diane youth in line with the The National Agricultural ....... Selvig, Outlook. Three Sidney scholarship and leadership Advertising andMarketing Break Records students, KathleenHelgeson, awards. Frosh 00t.o Peavey Company top honors Moore took the scholarship of the Elks, with Ken Tague as recently at its convention in awards. chairman. o were San Francisco for the best total Winning 14 of 15 events, the Yd. relay team of Ken Herman, records in Sidney, tw The scholarship awards are farm campaign with a budget Sidney Frosh Track Team beat Bob Miller, Rick Marker and meet records at the Wolf Point for $200 when the student of under $100,000. Peavey is a the Plentywood Frosh 16,5-49. Lyle Partin also took first with Invitational and two were meet decides on the college he or she Minneapolis-based feed and Led by Ken Herman, the a time of 49.9. records at the Glendive In- will attend. The leadership End Of Clinic farm supply company, trash broke four field records, vitataional. Herman set records in the Participating in five meets The high point men for the May18 and19 and May 22 and The advertising campaign broad jump (19'2") and this year including large in- trash were Ken Herman, ayle Oraanize Club -3 wili be the last times for the was aimed at informing the javelin {12Y 11"). Lyle Partin vitationals at Wolf Point and Partin and Jody Kappel. These , - Sidney Elk's Speech and general public about farming set a field record in the triple Glendive, the Sidney Frosh three trash will compete with Hearing Clinic. Call 482-1411 for and ranching. It used regional "" ' w jump at 37' 1". Ken Herman, Track Team set a total of 16 the varsity in the Eastern For Candidate appointment. edltmns of a natmnal ne s Joel Germundson, Jody Kappel records. Eight of these were Divisional Track Meet May 19 - Meeting in Glendive, May 9, magazine, trade publications, a and Lyle Partin set a field school records, four were field 20. supporters of Signa Kuhesh, corporate financial magazine, record in the 680 relay with a candidate for State Tree_...., ,C-=rv;ce and newspaper - radio - 1:44J}clockin .... Representative, organized club televisi0n in the communities Other firsts for Sidney were: R od e C [3 yN support for the coming cam- Trimming and Removal where Peavey's producer herman in the120 Yd. hurdles O OW 0 otes paign. service operations function Experienced Service (15.0), Jody Kappel in the 440 Assuming leadership of the across Minnesota, North and Yd. dash (56.9), Rick Marker in Lady Luck was with Larry so far this year -- all of it in calf at this The way Fou nt it the discus (97'Y'), Lyle Partin in the 220 Yd. dash (25.6), Bob Miller in the 100 Yd. dash (12.0), Gary Germundson in the shot put (32'9") and 880 Yd. run (2:25.5), Ron Brown in the high jump (4'10") and Terry Averett in the mile run (5:38.8). The 440 Clothing For Men Sport Coats * Botany 500 * Asher * Hart-Schaffner Marx Sport Coats 20%" :::  OFF Fine Double Knit * Grossman * Esquire Suits * Botany 500 Comfort Style Non-Wrinkle FREE One Pair Excellent Double Knit Slacks with every suit or Sportcoat Purchased 201 Main -Williston, N. D. "QUALITY AND FIT ARE OUR MAIN CONCERN" r Mahan during the Elks Helldorado rodeo in Las Vegas, Nev., the Rodeo Cowboys Association said. Mahan, five - times world champion all around cowboy from Brooks, Ore., won $1,160 in bareback and bull riding at the rodeo, which ended Sun- day; he trails Phil Lyne by $1,050 in the race for the 1972 all around title. Lyne, the current title - holder from George West, Tex., was winless the past two weeks, but still leads with $16,323. Mahan's winnings total $15,273. Most of the nation's top cowboys competed in Las Vegas, where prize money topped $22,000, and also in Tulsa, Okla., which ended Sunday and paid winners $16,413. Dean Oliver placed at both rodeos in calf roping for a total of $907. The Boise, Idaho, cowboy, winner of eight calf roping titles and three all around crowns, has won $14,071 Horse Show Set By Kiwanis Club The 10th annual youth horse show, sponsored by the Miles City Kiwanis Club, is scheduled for June 25, at the local fairgrounds. This event provides an opportunity for boys and girls, ages eight through 18, to demonstrate their horsemanship in lively competition, according to Brice Samuelson, chairman of the show committee. roping. The week's biggest winner was Doug Brown, the 1969 bull riding champ from Silverton, Ore., who collected $1,682 for taking first in both saddle bronc and bull riding at Las Vegas. Three other cowboys won at least $1,000; Art Arnold, Buckeye, Ariz., won $1,028 in team roping at Las Vegas, while at Tulsa, Frank Shep- person, Midwest, Wyo., won $1,070 in steer wrestling and Richard Stowers, Madill, Okla., won $1,004 in calf roping. Knights Council Has Convention The Knights of Columbus held the State Convention at Great Falls, May 12 and 13, with 33 state councils at- tending. Newly - elected officers were noted at the meet. Richard Aichele of Billings is the State Deputy. The immediate past State Deputy is John J. McCarthey of Helena. Sidney was elected as the site for the State Convention in 1974. Jack Becker, District Deputy of Sidney, was awarded out- standing District Deputy 1971- 1972. Becker's district includes Sidney, Glendive, Miles City and Baker. Attending were District Deputy, Jack Becker of Sidney; Sidney Grand Knight, Robert Johnson of Fairview; Con- vention Chairman, Bill Stephens of Sidney. l iUi [[ [[ llllliil illll Vote for Sanford A. SAM LEE Democratic Candidate for STATE REPRESENTATIVE District 3 Richey Area Stockman-Farmer I HAVE LIVED IN DISTRICT 3 FOR 56 YEARS "Fair RrenMtion for Aft the People" [Psi. Adv. Pal. for by Sam Lee for Representative Club, Edna Yes, Sac.) 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