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Saturday, June 5th + l00oon Lunch .UXE - George Sweley, Sidney, ex- traits necessary to be a dedicated of the inclement elements. Neither nor cold dented his fishing endeavors over the Memorial Day weekend at Ft. Peck reservoir. Replete with straw hat, bib overalls, heavy jacket, life preserver and nice beard, Sweley sets forth in his boat to catch a record breaking fish .......... ??????? rimenfs May Save Teeth have no d E. Sinn, Dakota an- marri- Lois de, son N. Cotter of andnot son the of Sid- a tour of Tuesday, the St. Garri- are or more cavities in their teeth, and if the time comes when this is {xue it will be due in large part to experiments now being car- ried out in Kalispell, Mont. The new process involves covering the surface of the teeth with a liquid sealant, which is painted on the tooth and allow- ed to harden. The sealant was perfected by Dr. Michael G. Buonocore of the Eastman Dental Center, Ro- chester, N. Y. It is being used now in experiments at Washing- ton, D. C.; Governor's Island, N. Y.; the VirginIslands; Mara- caibo, Venezuela/and iU Kalis- pell, Mont. Preliminary results have been obtained only from the Kalispell studies. In Kalispell, the experiment is being conducted by the U. S. Public tleaith Service. A team of dentists from the U. S. Den- tal Health Center, San Francis- co, was in town last week to evaluate the progress of the work being done in the public schools. They had visited Kal- ispell last October and again in February. The current visit marked the end of thefirstyear of the study andthere willnotbe another evaluation until May, 1972. About 460 children in Kalis- pell originally had the sealant applied to their teeth, hut only 421 were available to he check- ed last February: There were 17 cavities in sealed teeth but 198 cavities in unsealed teeth. Only a portion of the teeth in each child's mouth are sealed so that comparisons may he made between sealed and un- sealed teeth of the individual. "1 like4 the music, but the commerical was too long." Applying the sealant takes about three to four minutes per tooth. First the teeth are cleaned, air dried, and bathed for one minute with a drop of phosphoric acid solution. The teeth are thenwashed anddried. The dentist then carefully swished, the thick, clear, liquid sealant into all the pits and fis- sures with afine brush. Then the sealant, still liquid and work- able, is exposed to ultraviolet light from a device resembling a hand-held power drill. In about 30 seconds the ultraviolet light hardens the sealant, d1esting a nearly invisible coating. At Kalispell more than90per cent of the teeth showed no loss of coating nine months later. "Judging from on" present studies, three years is not un- realistic to expect this sealant to last in a good percentage of the cases, Dr. Buonocore says. "Ideally, it would he nice  r have to put it on just once." The experiment was covered in detail in an article inThe Na- tional Review in a recent edi- tion, while local aspects were reported in the Kalispell Inter Lake. The Sidnev Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, June 2, 1971 - 15 ": Temporary Layc Ffs Noted In Outdoor Construction Wet weather sloweu outdoor hiring last week "and caused some temporary hvoffs in con- struction and logging. More job openings in other in- dustries, however, offset these losses and unemployment claims fell 334 to 5,531, includ- ing 1,700 women according to Employment Security commis- sion Chairman Fred Barrett. The total was 287, orfiveper cent below the same 1970week. Trade and service firmsgen- erated most of the new job ac- tivi, last week, Barrett stated. Labor demand for cooks, wait- resses, maids, sales clerks and service station attendants pick- ed up in most areas. Thereport from Helena bucked statewide Bible School Dates Named The Savage United Church of Christ will hold its annual Bi- ble School, a vacation church school, from June 7 through June 11. The hours will be 8:30 to 11:45 a.m. daily. Mrs. Leonard Odenbach is superintendent and has a staff of nine to teach the children from ages three on up in a varied program which will in- clude stories, games, singing, films and crafts. The staff includes Sandy Quin- nell, Joanne Hagler, Nola WiN lian, Marilyn Heinrich, Bar- bara Neese, Lynell Odenbach, Debbie Swisse, Betty and Arnold Brown. On the final day, June 11, the children will bring sack lunches for a picnic. trends with"no new startsnoted in construction or other activi- ties." Smelter hiring continued at Anaconda and Great Falls with 50 men added to payrolls. Many are college students who will work during the vacation period. Some replacement hiring oc- curred at the Colombia Falls aluminum plant. Hard rock min- ers, diesel mechanics, and heavy duty truck drivers were shortage occupations in Butte. Mixed trends covered the con- struction scene. While sizeable weather - caused layoffs occur- red at Great Falls, Helena and Kaiispell, the Libby Dam work Churches Change Worship Schedule The People' s Congregational Church and Savage United Church of Christ announce a change of services of worship for the summer months. Beginning Sunday, June 6, the services in Savage UCC and People' s Congregational Church will be 8:15 a.m. and I0 a.n% respectively. This will continue through July, during which month People's Church will host a union service with the congregation of Lonsdale, Methodist Church. During August there will be no services in Savage UCC. However, when Lonsdaie Meth- odist Church hosts People's Church in August the hour of worship will be 9:30 a.m. The ministers, Rev. Dwight Harshman and Rev. Arnold Brown will lead the worship in their respective chruches, during this union series. force was up 72 to 1470, BiN Hugs had a shortage of build- ing craftsmen, and several new starts were noted at Missoula and Poison. Labor disputes at Butte and Missoula had little effect on the total picture. Oil drilling operations were on the quiet side in most areas with a slight upturn in oil ex- ploration at Sidney. The rainy weather kept farm labor supply and demand fairly well in balance last week. State unemployment insur- ance checks of $134,801 were paid to 3,605 eligible claim- ants last week, while 475unem- ployed federal civilian work- ers and ex-servicemen claim- ed $18,859 in federalpayments, Barrett reported. Cl::[ms v(,c down in most area [a ee,; Iibhy, down 96 to 311; blissoula, down 69 to 627; Bozeman, down 56 to 143; Billings down 38 to 875; Kalispell, down 37 to 586; Thompson Falls, down 19 to90; Glendive, down 18 to 30; Liv- irqston, down 15 to 94; Miles City, down 13 to 66; Lewistown 62, Cut Bank 89, and Wolf Point 90, down 7 each; Hamil- ton, down 10 to 148; Glasgow, down 5 to 87; Butte 498 and ftelena 247, down 4 each. Up temporarily were: Great Falls. up 34 to 840; Shelby, up 20 to 116; Dillon, up 4 to 42; Anaconda, up 2 to 161; Havre 92 and Polson 173, up 1 each. Claims in Sidney remained the same at 54. urdz ]luckles by CARTWRIGHT "All these wedding rehearsals with finally did the trick! Eddie has proposedl" Jimmy MAIN SPEAKER - Lt. Col. Kenneth B. Card delivered the main address at the Flags of Honor Program in Sidney on Memorial Day. Col. Card, a native Montan- an, is with the 163rd Armored Calvary, Montana National Guard. He is presently serving asa professor at Eastern Montana College in Billings. Missionary Alliance Church E. Main and Third of Election" over KGLE) Service The Mid-Week Fellowship Hour heard Mort. - Fri. 7:15 p.m. KGLE. , pastor {hal Church of North America and Third Avenue NE Sunday School Service P.m. -- Mid-Week Service Pastor LUtheran Brethren Church 203 2rid Ave. SW School Ye Love One Another" -- Mid-Week Service :,SL Matthews Catholic Church 221 7th Street SE Mass 10:30 a.m. Mass Rev. Jim Birkmaier, ministers Church Fairview, Montana Mass and Rev Jim Birkmaler, ministers. Church {Missouri Synod} 214 S. Lincoln 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service ' Arlyn A. Russert, Pastor ' Adventist Church Day Saints Church - 5th St. SW 5:14-21 MidWeek meeting at Pastor's home ritnesses 920 & Lincoln The Good News in All the Earth" ruble Study Theocratic Ministry School presiding minister Area Church Ser00,ices The Difficulties of Unbelief Pastor Burton Bundy - Sidney Lutheran Brethren Church We are often reminded of the difficulties of the Christian Faith. There are doubts and questions that are stirred into action, sometimes by the mistaken efforts of the defenders of the faith. Bible students are taught a course in Apologet- ics, or the defenee of the faith; as though christianity always had to be on the defensive. Consider a far more difficult position: a world without God, a world without any future hope, a faithless world. Consider the hopelessness of living out our few years in this life and then nothing, the frustration of living without an Almighty God to hear our heaviest burdens or a loving God to share our most intimate secrets, the mockery of raising our children to die and that's the end. Paul wrote to the Corinthians as recorded in I Crinthians 15:19 "If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." But consider those who do not have hope in Christ for this life, while it is true, they may "enjoy the pleasures of sin for a season" yet the emptiness of this type of pleasure has been testified to over and over again. One writer, in his comments on Matthew 23:24, para- phrases the words of Jesus in this way: "You find it hard to believe in Me, ah, yes, but is it not still harder to refuse me? You are quite alive to the smaller difficulties of MY position, but you seem to be quite unaware of the difficulties of ynur own position. You busy yourself with straining out the gnat which floats on the surface of your glass, but you do not seem to observe the residuary camel." The Rev. Burton Bundy came to Sidney in March, 1967 from Williston where he was in business for himself. This is his first pastorate. While an active layman inWilliston, Mr. Bundy served as lay pastor for an Evangelical Free Church in Me- Henry, N. D., and a Lutheran Brethren Church in Crosby, N.D. St. John's Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) Fairview. Montana 9:30 a.m. -- Worship Service 10:30 a.m. -- Sunday School Rev. Arlyn A. Russert, Pastor Lonsdale Methodist Church 201 3rd Avenue SE 9:30 a.m. -- Worship Service Rev. Dwight Harshman, minister Peoples" Congregational Church 319 9th Avenue SW 10:00 a.m. -- Communion -- "It Doesn't Just Happen" Rev. Arnold Brown, minister United Church of Christ Savage, Montana 8:15 a.m. -- communion -- "It Doesn't Just Happen" Rev. Arnold Brown, minister First Lutheran Church Savage, Montana 11:00 a.m. -- "How Great Thou Art" 7:30 p.m. -- Old Testament Study Class Rev. Wayne Hnedt, Minister The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Dey Saints Fifth Street SW 8:30 a.m. -- l'iesthood meeting 10:00 a.m. -- Simday School 6:00 p.m. -- Sacrament meeting Tuesday 10:00 a.m. -- Primary Thursday -- 7:30 Mutual Improvement Association  President J. Ross Wight GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH Skaar, North Dakota Services held 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday of each month. Rev. Wayne Hoedt, minister Pella Evangelical Lutheran Church (ALC) 418 W. Main 8:15 and 10:15 a.m. -- "We Are Missing The Beat" -Richard Bartell" Rev. Stanley Larson, minister Zion Lutheran Church (ALC) Fairview, Montana 9:30 a.m. -- Worship Service Rev. Arthur N. Grorud, pastor Yellowstone Community Church Savage, Montana I0:00 a.m.- Stmdey School 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service 7:30 p.m. -- Evening Service Mr. Charles Meehan, Supply Pastor First Baptist Chu rch E. Main and 4th Ave. 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service 7:30- Evangelis dc Service Rev. Gerald Fischer, Supply Pastor Christian and Missionary Alliance Church Rickey, Montana 9:50 a.m. -- Sunday School 10:50 a.m, -- Worship Service 8:00 p.m. -- Evening Service Thursdays, 8:00 p.m.- Family Night Rev, J. E. Bruno, Pastor Church of the Nazarene 5th and Central 9:45 -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- "The Unchangeable Sequence" 7:30 p.m. -- "The Changed Man of Gadara" Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- prayer meeting and youth groups Rev. Evan Kaechele, Pastor Church of Christ 4th and 9th Avenue SW 10:00 a.m. -- Bible Study 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service 6:00 p.m. -- Youth Classes 6:30 p.m. -- Eyeniug Worship Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid-Week Service Marion H. Hays, minister Christian and Missionary Alliance Church Lambert, Montana 10:00 a.m.- Sunday School 11:00 a.rn. -- Morning Worship 7:30 p.m. -- Evening Service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid-Week Service Rev, Everett W. Hansen, Pastor Assembly of God 414 E. Main 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Morning Worship Service 7:30 p.m. -- Evangelistic Service Tlmrsday 7:30 p.n -- Mid-week Service Roy. Gene Vaale, pastor Ebenezer Congregational Church 118 4th Avenue NW 9:45 a.m. -- Sand, School 11:00 a.m. -- Mornit4g Worship 2:30 p.m. -- German Language Prayer Meeti Rev. Everett Schoessler, minister