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10 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., July 12, 1972 Celebrat A Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson andthelr three sons and familiu were hosts last week to ovor 200 relatives and friends who gathered to help them celebrate /heir th wedding anniversary. They have nine grandcNldr and one great grandson. All were in at- tendance.  bore for the occasion were the attendants at their wedding - Einsr I hxson and Martha  Peter both horn Kallspell, Mont. The Larsoas were married in December, 1922 in Sidney. the wedding at thb time made it possible for more people to come. Elnor and Martha brother and sistor of LarL On July 1 an open house was held at the Moe hail. A short and Mrs. Linda Severson presided at the gift table. The afternoon was spent visiting and reminiscing by this large group of friends and relatives, many of whom had been old neighbors tn Brorson community and the area around Sidy. Some of them had not met in years. The couple received many beautiful 'ts and greetlngs. The Larsons presented wed- dlng cakes to Mr. and Mrs. Chris Larson, who had their 60th wedding anniversary at this time, and to the Martin Larmns for their 40th an- nivecmry. Both are brothers of On Sunday, JUly 2 a covered picnic dinner was held in Central Park and further program was presented with visiting and reminisci was Ray  as master of enjoyed by this group. Mrs. ceremonies. Deborah Sorenson Eddie Vaira and daughter song two numbers. "Amazing entertained with accordian Grace" and "When Your Old music. Guests from out of Wedding  Was New". A "Sidney Wore: Mr. and Mrs. grcmp song an origiunl song Einor Larson, KaUspell, Mont. about the llfe of Clara and Lars, Mr. and Mrs. I-fans Sorensen, and ako an original poem was Mesa, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. read by Mr. Petersen. In- Harold Iverson and three vocation and a brief talk was children, Sawyer, N. D., Mrs. given by Rev. Stanley Larson. Minnie Dotson, and three Mrs. Hans Sorensen cut and children, Butte, Ment., Mr. and served the four tiered wedding Mrs. Ren Ivorsen and Erlck, cake. Pouring coffee was Mrs. Sawyer, N. D., Dlanna Whalin Mary Christensen, Mrs. Henls and Stove, Detroit, Mich., Mr. Hansen and Mrs. William and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson, Dinner. Serving punch was Portland, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Sharon and Bambi Larson, John Larsen, Portland, Ore., mddaughtors, and Wallace Dan Haakana, Los Angeles, Larson. James and Larry Ca., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson Larson, grandsons, registered and three boys, Eugens, Ore., guests and presented favors to Andrew Lawson, Luck, Wisc., O ,,alUD,.,.nMNW ,,IMI. qlW...,I1,, ,qD O 41W,,O ,dunu" O 411m' O O 'gm" "INI" IRambling Along! - 1 1 DAN PRICE O Regular Sale schecluJe starts again this week aft ly skipping last 4th of July week. Hogs and sheep this Monday and cattle on Wednesday. This is the first time we have skipped the reibr weekly sale for some years. Demand and Prices rmudn good. The sale prior to the 4th featured psirs and fair run of yearllaSs plus a good cow run. The sold malnly |ram m0 to M0. The bulk of the butcher cows sold around the t25 and ;IS per hundrL The lifting of meat restricttom does not seem to worry too many. The shortage of quality bed for choice steaks and routs seems to be world wkle. ,Cattle prices are not high: They have risen because of slrong increases in  demand, host import meat is used in the production of hamburgers and sausage. There is some question as to whether there will actually be much increase over present imports. People are eating lots of red meat and more in other counties too. Rambling Along - Loran Casoy is the newly 'oi:ted Secretary of our National Association, t. Competitive Livestock Marketing Association. The time has come for rodeos, Fau's and other community summer events. Be sure to support your local community events and then attend your neighbors. Pioneers Meet The Three Buttes Pioneers 4. H Club held a meeting, Saturday at the Lambert Fire Hall and the Lambert Hi-LRers 4.H Club was the visiting club. We talked about building fireplaces for the future Lambert Park and raising money for the purpose. Tom and Diane Prevost gave demonstrations and refresh- ments were served. Connie Torgerson Reporter REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The  Bufldiq and Loan AssoelsUon at S/dney, Moutmm at the elm;e of business June N, 1972. RESOURCES Real Estate I,oans ............ $1,296,986.35 Real Estate Contracts ............ 2,689.85 Real Estate Owned ............ 6,000.00 Office Building ............ 16,800.00 Stock Loam ............... 30,225.24 Bonds and Warrants ............. 468,29.54 Cash on Hand and in Banks ........... 22,761.60 Total .............. $I,843,761.M LIABILITIES Stockholders Investment and Earnings Credited: h.staliment Stock, Class ...... 1,0,00 Installment Stock, Class "B" - .... 623,319.02 Full Paid Stock "A" - ...... 980,200.00 Total ............... $1,604,554.02 Due Borrowers .............. 4,146.93 Other Liabilities, in Detail, vtz: lsas in Process ..... 163.30 Defen'ed CredR - Unearned Discounts on Loans Purchased .... 13,288.36 Reserve Fund ........... .- . 20,457.03 Net Undivided Earnings ........... 18,153.94 Total ............. 11,843,761. OF MONTANA, of RXCHI,AND  y I, Joe M. llalvorsen, Secretary of the shove-named Association, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. -s- Joe M. Halvorsen Secretary Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of July, 1972. -s. C. E. Hagen Notary Public in and for the State of Montana, Residing at Sidney, Montana My Commission expires March 3,1975 Correct Attest: -s- Robert W. Petersen -s- Harold E. Lorenz, Directors James G. Peterson (Publish July 12,1972) nniversary Williston, N. D., Mr. and Mrs. l,vle Larson. Luck, Wisc.. Mrs. Gordon Collier and two children, San Anselmo, Ca., Mr. and Mrs. Erling Wyland, Barnesvflle, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Neis Oleson, Fargo, N. D., Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Neilsen and two children, Somers, Mont., Mrs. EIeonore Aker, Minneapolis, Minrfi, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peterson, KaUspeli, Mont., Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson, Spokane, Wash., Elsie Larson, Min- neapolis, Minn., Mrs. Rudy Nelson, Seattle, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Otis Peterson, Billings, Mont., Earl Peterson, Longmont, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Christensen, Edinburgh, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Erickson and two boys, Dallas, Tex., Clifford Jorgenson, Big Sandy, Mont., Martha Neilsen, Kalispell, Mont., Mrs. Helen Cooper, Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. Sonnie Dump, Rapid City, S.D. The three sons are: Mr. and Mrs. Merrioll Larson and four children, Sidney, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Larson and three children, Cody, Wyo., and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Larson and two children, San Jose, Calif., Also many from Terry, FaIlon, Glendive, Circle, Culbertson, Fairview, Crane and Savage, as well as from Sidney, were in attendance. attendance. SIDEWALK BAZAAR - Hundreds of people lined Sidney streets Friday to cash in on bargains provided by Sidney merchants during the annual Sidewalk Bazaar. The above scene was taken at the corner in front of Yellowstone Mercantile and shows only a the people that attended. FARM MACHINERY | Massey Ferguson Model 97 Tractor 4 Wheel Drive with P.T.O., Cab and Duals. Only 1300 actual hours. I I.H.C. Model 151 Combine 14" Header. Motor I has just had a complete overhaul and the machine is ready to go. 9' Sund Pickup Attachment 1 7' Sund Pickup Attachment I.H.C. Model M Farmall with Wide Front and I ive Hydraulics. Engine has High Camp. Super Kit. J.D. Model A Tractor with Farmhand Loader. 15" Versatile Swather Model 103 - Large Engine. J. D. Model 100 . 24' Tool Bar with Noble | Harrows Attached ;J.D. 14' Hoe Drill 14" Spacing with Fertilizer ;. J.D. 14" Hoe, Drill 7" Spacing with Fertilizer | I.H,C. 14' Double Disc Press Drill 7" Spacing O J.D. 14' Tandem Disc Model KBA O J. D. 5 Bottom Plow with Radex Bottoms- I Packer K-2-7 Noble Blade I Model M Noble Blade 8" A.C. 12 Sod Ripper Graham 16 High Clearance Tool Bar with Rod Weeder J.D. 35' 7 Section Harrow 5' Rotary Cutter A. C. 7' Mower with Double Windrow At- tachment Massey Ferguson Side Delivery Rake 12' Dump Rake I.H.C. No. 46 P.T.O. Baler Fargo Weed Sprayer 36' Booms J.D. Weed Sprayer - Fiber Glass Tank.- 42' Booms and Hand Sprayer Minkota Rock Picker 10' with Hyd. Dump 12' Spring Tooth 34' G. T. Auger with Motor and Carrier 7' Mayrath Auger with Motor and Carrier TRUCKS 1960 2 Ton Chevy Truck - 2 Speed - 14' Beet Box and Hoist 1946 2 Ton Chevy Truck - 2 Speed - Grain Box and Hoist- Stock Rack Dodge Power Wagon 4 Wheel Drive - Good Running Cond. Only 20,000 Miles on this unit. Massey Harris 21A Combine 14' 14' Pickup Reel Sargent Hdy. Loader Corn Cultivator 2 Row Corn Lister Dozer Blade Water Pump with Motor for filling tanks Pickup Stock Rack 40' of 6" Plastic Well Casing Chicken Brooder House Field Fuel Tank and Pump Turbo for 97 Massey 500 Gallon Fuel Tank 320 Gallon Gas Tank Steel Posts Barb Wire Corral Posts Cattle Oiler Shop Tools and Equ Shop Tools Electric Welder Acetylene Welder Air Compressor Post Drill Vises Log Chains Gear Pullers Bolt Cutters Wrenches 1 Ton Chain Hoist Hyd. Jacks Tap and Die Set Grease Guns Fencing Tools . Antiques 2 Wire Leg Stools Model T Wheels Model A Wheels Coat Heater Coal Scuttle - Ash Shovel Some Household Goods Many items too numerous to mention Anyone that knows Mr. Peterson can f the buyers that his equipment is keP good repair and condition at all timeS, don't miss this sale. { ANDR WP T RSON (Owner) RONALD TORGERSON Lic. 125- Bonded Sidney, Montana CLERK Torgerson and Torgerson JAMES BI EBER Lic. 67 - Bonded Fairview, Montana I Terms Cash I Not Responsible For Accidents { 4 PO$: '::, :: itt :i,$ s wSailiJ :na: ':p P Ic. i dhdN ': v: rt/oCr raP' e s