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6 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., July 12, 1972 Sail ne Seep Th reat A saline seep is a wet and saline area which wa formerly good cropland, but now is too wet and salty to farm, and crops will no longer germinate and grow in the affected area. The seeps generally start as small irregular shaped wet areas in otherwise productive fields. After a period of time, depending on the amount of salts present in the ground water entering the seep area, the small wet area becomes saline (salty) and a white crust generally forms on the area. Many of the people in this area may refer to saline seep areas as alkali spots, sour spots, or north slope alkali. You may ask why is this a problem to us? This is a problem to farmers and ran- ches because a saline seep can develop almost awplace - near the top of a hill, on a side hill, or at the bottom of the hill and in low areas. Most often they seem to develop in a location which interferes or disrupts the normal farming operations most. Because they develop in irregular shapes, often times more land is left out of a production than just the seep area. The Agriculture Council of the Sidney Chamber of Com- merce, the Soil Conservation District, and Northern Plasins Research Center are span. soring a Field Day on July 33 at 2 p.m. on the Larry Tveit farm. This program will be devoted to the saline seep problem of our area. Next week there will be a follow up article on the saline seep problem, specifically the ecnomic impact of saline seep on the business community of Sidney. Alexander Area News By It4. GLENN HEG Lloyd Calklns of Tacoma, Wash., was a visitor at the George Rebsom home last Saturday. Harold Rebsom of Falrmont, Calif., spent a couple weeks visiting at the George Reb- soms. Oscar Oisun and daughter Mrs. Keith Iverson and children of Billings toured the museum on Sunday. Mrs. Clarence Ch.rlstianson, Frankie of Sidney and Todd Evanson of Williston were Monday afternoon visitors at the Norrnen Rod home. Mr. and Mrs. George Mahlum of Arlington, Wash., were Friday evening visitors at the Emil Leer home. Mrs. Glenn Helllng brought belated anniversary greetings to the Niel Heggins last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Steen and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Skedsvold and Mr. and Mrs. Al Ley brought belated an- nlversary greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Emll Leer last Sunday. Ricl Siagle f Miles City and Mr. and Mrs. David Iverson and Hal of Sidney were weekend g-eats at the Jerry Single home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mahlum and family of Olympia, Wash., visited at the Emil and Edwin Leer homes and also toured the museum last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Faring of Pekin, N. D.. Sam Boeken of McHenry and Gladyce Fisher Three Buttes News Brorson Farmhands 4-H Club held a trail ride, started at Jerry Obergfells ranch at 11:30 a.m. Saturday. The ride ended at Corcun Grove, made overnite camp there, supper and breakfast was served by Mrs. Walter Bauman from her trailer house. 28 saddle horses, and one wagon. Mr. and Mrs. John Obergfell drove the wagon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson and family from Junction City, Ore., were weekend visitors of their cousin home Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and visitors attended the Lar Larson Golden Wedding An- niversary held at the Moose Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Strack of Pasedena, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Strack were af- ternoon callers on July 4th at the Earl Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. F. Coleman of Winter Haven, Fla., were visitors at her sisters Mr. and Mrs. Ray Franz home recently. John and Bert Sawyer, Kathy, Janet, Scot Smith, Glendive called on the Gene Palmer home Suriday. Several fmilies of this community attended the Elaine of Minneapolis, visited at the Bill Boken home while here for Nell and Mildred's 25th an- niversary. Mrs. Francis Cornell and daughter and her children of Portland, Ore.. and Mrs. Ray Dalby of Carson City were guests at the Emmet Chisholm home while here to attend the Arnegard class reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Schouf of Louisville, Kentucky, Frank, Lissie and Minnie Brotcher were dinner guests at the Bill Forthun home on Wednesday. Frank and his sisters ac- companied by Jim Schaufs to Louisville, Kentucky to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Quale of Epping, former Alexander people spent the 4th with their daughter and family the Wally Sims, of Ronan, Mont. and with friends at Flat Head Lake area. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Pederson and family of Reuton, Wash., visited his mother, Myrtle Albrightson and her mother Mrs. Ed Erickson of Sidney. Myrtle Albrightson and her son and family were all day visitors at her sisters home Mrs. Fred Monson of Williston, they also visited some nieces. Mr. and Mrs. Aloysus Miller Almond and Riclmrd Subrick and family of Anamos$ came to Wedding, held in the istian visit her mother : Myrtle Alliance Church. A big Albrightson last Sunday. reception supper was had at They also visited her sister the Almond Farm home. The Mrs. Harry Johnson and her young couple will make their brother Conrad Pederson and home in Alberta, Canada. family at the Ed Erickson home at Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Johnson of Local Item Wgal, Wh., spent two weeks at the William Bell Mr. and Mrs. Robert I,anz home. They all also spent a and three children of Mpls., weekend at Devils Lake with Minn. spent the 4th and week the Garfield Ericksons. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Glasoe of Stanley Lanz. Minot were Saturday overnight l l I I II l II I I Livestock Sale Man., July 17 Caffle, Hop and Hones Hogs at 10 a.m. (CDT) Bring Hogs in early Expect good run of cattle including some good yearling heifers, also a springing Holstein heifer I III i II I Horse Sale at 7 p.m. for all classes Sifting Bull Auction P. O. Box 432 Phone: Getting a Farm or Home Loan? For your Title Work Ask For SIDNEY ABSTRACT 118 South Central Ave. Sidney, Montana Dennis V. Sundheim Curtis President & M. MERCIER'S SHOE REPAIR Specializing in Cowbo Boot andShoe Repair  Tarps and Irrigation Canvas Repair 6 Days A Week - 9 a.m to 5:30 p.m. Basement, of AndBrson'e Clothing Glendive, Montane 365-5416 PAY NO MOREl' WATER, GOING VOLKS - An inflated rubber raft, mounted on a Volkswagen, doesn't make the Httle car into a yacht but it sure makes It look funny. Perhaps ff the raft were mounted under the car, the whole tldag would float. Don Mrachek Photo Unemployed May Refile Unemployed workers whose legislation continues the filed new claims prior to that regular state or federal Temporary Compensation date could continue to receive unemployment insurance program for another six weekly payments up to one-half benefits have run out will now months in Montana and 18 other of their regular exhausted state be able to file new claims under states with high unem- or federal claims, Barrett the Temporary Compensation ployment. Prior to the new explained. program according to Em- legislation, no new claim-_s could In Montana, 1,485 unem- ployment Security Ad- have been filed under the TC played persons received TC ministrator Fred Barrett. program after June 24, 1972. benefits totaling $309,738 Barrett said new federal Persons, however, who had between January 1972 and the end of May this year. For the week ending July 3, 1972, 37 new TC claims were Ernie Delaney Services Held filed with 868 persons filing continued claims, Barrett said. BUY THE BEST! Funeral services for Ernie and Scott of Fairview; four A total of$34,957 in Temporary Delaney, 21, of Gillette, Wyo., sisters, Chris, with the Compensation checks was paid were held at 11 a.m., July 5, Woman's Army Corps in for that week, he added. * Planning Assistance * Construction Servic! 1972 at Zion Lutheran Ch Arkansas, Klmberly, Rebecca, advtsed unem * Service-After-The.Sale with Rev. Stanley Larsen of- and Penelope, all at home; his workers to contact the nearest * Broad Range of Bin Sizes to Meet Your Need I ficiating. Pallbearers were paternal grandparents, Mr. State Employment Service Dick Iverson, Don Iverson, Jim and Mrs. R. E. Delaney of Ray, office to determine their Iverson, Bob Hunter, Jim N.D. and his maternal grand- qualification for eligibility Martini __ .teel, Hunter, and Pat Wheeler. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. under the extended Temporary Ushers were David Iverson and Hickel of Ray, N.D. Compensation program. South Sidney Mike Iverson. Organist was Gyda Swenson. Interment was Fulkerson Funeral Home in "X" charge. Ernest Kevin Delaney was born April 13, 1951 at Williston, North Dakota son of LOo and We puta lot ,nto it. Mildred Delaney. He grew up in guests of the Glenn Hellings, Fairview and graduated from Pete and Bruce Helling ac- Fairview High School in 1969. onSunday where they attended cmpanied them to Dickinsn He was emplyed in Gilette'wyo. by a Oil Pipe Line You ran___ lind n_ lot in it.. the car races. Company. Helen Nix of Bismarck spent He died July 2, 1972 in What you can put in: over 60 bic the weekend of the 4th at home Boulder, Colorado when a feet. Put the rear seat down and there's with her parents, handgun accidentally 60.6 cubic feet of corrying space. Forcom- Mrs. Gladyce Iverson of discharged while he was riding VW Squarebock and Vega Missoula and Mrs. Keith in a car. He was dead on arrival ..+.i. Iverson and Jiani of Billings at the hospital. :50 cubic feet. arrived Friday, Mrs. Iverson Survivors include the " came to attend the Arnegard parents, of Fairvlew; two reunion and Mrs. Keith Iverson brothers, Gene 'of Ray, N. D. joined her children at the Oscar Oison home, Mrs. Leonard Lindsley, Mrs. ............. ::-:-r ..... Jerry Slagle and Noreen, Carl Local Items fJ ...... : and ChristiansonofSidney and Fourth of July guest of Minds Christianson of the Good Randal Stewart was his son Shepherd Home and Gillie of James and Timmy Stewart of Watford City were coffee Jamestown, N. D. Also Rev. guests during the past week. Leonard Blaize family of Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Mot and Vinclunes, Indiana. The Blaizes Beverley toured the museum at left Wednesday morning for The basic $2265" model' Fort Buford last Sunday. Wyoming. :: It's the ideal choice for people v. Mrs. Jean Painter, Lissa, Rhonda and Melody and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Allen want an economy car that carries @ Terry Houchen and daughter of and family, Great Falls, have -or a wagon that costs less. The white Sidney were visitors at the returned home after visiting his 2 sidewall tires (shown here} are $28.00 Oscar Olson home last Wed- parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wllllston, N.D. 5724781 1 , ,, nesday. Allen, in Sidney. ! L'I SP :." A 1 , r ( Diseounts on all dimensional lumber 16' and under -- I ill III I I III Dealer For: American Steel Grain Bins and Culverts I IIII I I II Ask for July DisCount Price Good supply of ell Lumber and Columbia Pmnt I II [11 I II iii i I I Ill I I I Fairview Sales i i  i ||,l i i ll,i ,i i i i, 2. The rear passenger windows flip open. 3. The spare tire doesn't take up any load room because it has its own well under the floor. And beneath it all, the rear suspension is specially designed for load carrying. *Sticker Price Excludes dealer prepcration charges, if any, destinafio charges, title and taxes  Front Disc Brakes. Standard. And there's precise rack-and-pinion steering, which is normally found only in some of the more expensive sports cars. 3 Some Details. 1 The lift gate swings up and out of the way. The Squire Option. That distinctive wood-sided wagon look, plus wheel covers, special trim, and more. No other economy wagon offers anything like it. Price with the Squire Option: $2479.* The luggage rock is $45.53 extra. The white sidewall tires $28.00. 200Occ Overhead'Cam Engine. It's rugged, economical, peppy-and standard equipment A 4-speed floor mounted all- synchromesh transmission is also standard. / Better idea for safety.., buckle vl FORD PINTO FORD DIVISION 9 SeeYour Ford Dealer.