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irview Artist Jim Pasma, in the inter- brochure by War- was received Zolor Pasraa' s wax of Plains lend them- new process of the greeting cards. son of j. M. Merchant Plaque the George i Richey. bearing dollars, two anda eommemora- a automotive presented serv- of The ) arrival time Flight and arrive Will also 222 to Mi- The other for Flight Billings: to feel that may end up day schedule, Currently being featured are 17 pieces of Pasma's work in a one - man showing at Ketter- er's Gallery inBozeman. A suc- cessful showing was also held in June at the Arcade Gallery in the historic E1 Paseo Square, in Santa Barbara, Calif. City Fines Craig R. Iversen, 16, Sidney, speeding, $25 fine. John Raymond O'Brien, 32, POplar, speeding, $25 fine. Robert Arthur Wagner, 46, Sidney, reckless driving, $50 fine. Greg S. Murray, 17, Sidney, stOp sign violation, $20 fine. Donald John Shoapman, 44, Glendive, improper right turn, $20 fine. Anticina Rndrigrez, 18, Sid- ney, operating motor vehicle without vlid drivers license, $35 fine. Terence Earl Neff, 17, Sid- ney, careless driving, $20 fine. Lynn Berry Peterson, 23, Crane, reckless driving, $25 fine. Donald James O'Brien, 30, Billings, speeding, $25 fine. Thomas PaulFiller, 21, Fair- view, careless driving, $25 fine. Sandra Lynn Dotson, Sidney, failure to yield right - of - way, $20 fine. Kenneth Lament Yelich, 25, Sidney, reckless driving, $25 fine. Janaes David Stockwell, 25, Sidney, operating motor vehicle without plates, $20 fine. John Joseph Simard, 61, Sid- ney, stOp sign violation, $20 fine. James H. Deming, 37, Fair- view, speeding, $25 fine. Bob Allen Macka, 16, Sid- ney, driving on wrong side of street, $20 fine. Henry Thomas Hackley, 72, Culbertson, failure to back in safety, $25 fine. | 17 Sat. 7.9 AT R | July 18- 19- 20 Sun. Men. and Tues. Two shows nightly 7 - 9 Sun. shows 3- 5 - 7- 9 METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PRESENTS allina row starring ROCK HUDSON ANGLE DICKINSON-TELLY SAVALAS [- METROCOLOR MGM O L " 21 TAKE A CHANCE NITE all the drawing will be $140.00 at the CENTRE he ADULTS $1.50 STUDENTS $1 VU TRE ShOws start at dusk Fri. 8 and showing for the 1st and showing for the first time in Sidney MGM rt!enl h (.',I, P,of l, Prod,t,m t3mng David Hemmings ()- Eastmancolor" 19 BUMPER STICKER NITE sticker on your car come on ts of a car with a MOTOR vU will be admitted free. Angel In My Pocket starring Andy Griffith Rated G '""'*:*''::':'*'*':::' Quilling Rites " I tattsttcs, Set For Thursday WEATHER Funeral services will he held Date Max. Min. Precip. for "Mate" Quilling, 84, of July 6 90 52 .DO Sidney, at 10 a.m. July 15, July 7 84 46 .00 1971, at Christian and Mission- July 8 80 42 .00 ary Alliance Church. She passed July 9 91 52 .00 away Monday atCommuniyMe- July 10 84 61 .18 morial Hospital. July 11 82 62 .11 Fulkerson Funeral Home of July 12 76 57 .00 Sidney is in charge of arrange- Total precipitation so far thi s ments. year is 6.92. Average is 8.43. A complete obituary willbe in Week's total is .29. next week's paper. MARRIAGE LICENSE Rolan W. Roers, Sidney, and Carol E. Dean, Cartwright, applied July 9. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Danny Sturgis, Sidney, boy, July 7, 7 pounds and 1F/2 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Baker, Bigfork, boy, July 10, 7 pounds and 12,/= ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Christen- sen, Savage, boy, July 12, 5 pound's and 11/2 ounces. Farm Program Sets Final Day July 22 is the final day for farmers and ranchers to cer- tify for participation in this year's set - aside programs, Fred,Iversen, chairman of the Richland county Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation (ASC) committee, reminded this week. Certification can be made as soon as a farmer has complet- ed seeding and is certain of his crop and set-aside acreages. Many people who certified in June began receiving set-aside payments on July 1. Iversen said that while all participants must sign a cer- tification by July 22 to be eli- gible for payment, those who have oats, which will be dis- posed of by Aug. 1 in order to meet program requirements, will find it necessary to make a second certification after oats are hayed or otherwise re- moved. Ill Family Gathers Mr. and Mrs. Hank Whitaker had a reunion with their son and four daughters for a few weeks, when they were all together for the first time in nine years. Attending were Terry and his wife, Patricia (Piche) and chil- dren; Lynne, Lon and Lori, Bozeman; Shirley and her hus- band, John Stnddler, and daugh- ters, Lorna and Donna of St. Charles, Me.; Dorothy and her husband, Bob Horn, and chil- dren, Robbie and Terie of Boise, Idaho, and Judy and her husband, Pat Kelly and children, Patrick and Andrea of Williams AFB, Phoenix, Ariz. The family and their daugh- ter, Janie, her husband, Jim Kelly and children, Kyle, Jim, Joe, Kevin and Jeff, Sidney, held a July 4 picnic at the Whit- aker home. Other relatives and friends joining them were great -grand- mother, Rosa Trotter, Sidney; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trotter and family, Tupelo, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Greene, Mr. andMrs. Wes Whitaker, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thngersen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Prevost and son, all of Sidney; Mr. andMrs. Dick Henderson and son, Havre; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kelly Sr. and daughter, Teresa, Mr. andMrs. Reynold Piche, all of Sidney, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dipzinski and girls, Gaylord, Mich. Hold Pie Social The Sidney Jaycees gave a pie social for the residents of Richland Homes  the after- noon of June 29. A large variety of pies were tarnished by the Jayceens. Twenty-six children of the Jayceen' s performed the program, which consisted of four musical numbers. LAST 3 DAYS ONE GROUP Men'sDress 1/2 off Shoes WOMEN' S SHOES Naturalizer and Life Stride formerly to $24 NOW $8 90 and ONE RACK Women' s Colored Dress Shoes formerly to $13 s9,0 i i i ii .ow $3 88 WOMEN'S SANDALS Now 1/2 Price FIRST TIME - TOP SELECTION CHECK OUR MANY OTHER UNADVERTISED SHOE SPECIALS SALE ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT AT The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont,, Wednesday, July 14, 1971 - 3 Cowbelles Meet PARADE TROPHIES - Proudly displaying the awards to be given to winning parade entries during Fairview's Oldtimer's Reunion and Summer Festival are Arnold Huether, left, co - chairman and Ree Foster, general chairman. The cele- bration this Saturday starts at 9 a.m. with the oldtimers registering in the City Park. Senior Citizens News Neff To Attend Training Course Earl Neff, research hydraulic engineer at the Northern Plains Soil and Water Research Cen- ter, Sidney, will participate in two summer short courses at the University of Nebraska, Lin- coln, July 18-23 and July 25-30. The first, "Optimal Analysis of Water Resources Systems," will provide in-depth training in the application of mathematical computer prngraming techni- ques to the analysis, design, operation and planning ofwater resources systems. The second course, "Simula- tion of Water Resources Sys- tems," is concerned with the develOpment and use of mathe- matical simulation models. The Sidney Senior Citizens met the afternoon of July 8 at the Moose Hall. Guests were Dr. Elsie Minifie, Bowling Green, Ohio; Lucille Hastay, Alexandria, Va., and Emily Poe- ley, Billings. Seven tables of whist were played. High scores were won by Elizabeth Sanford and Pete Cook. Ethel Lurid won the door prize. Hazel Howard and Myrtle Fisher were the hostesses for the afternoon. Hostesses for the July 15 meeting will be Carol Robinson and Sadie Johnson. A potluck dinner is planned for noon on July 22 atthe Moose Hall. At the July meeting of the Ding Dong CowBelles, Mrs. Walt Bauman, president, ap- pointed committee chairman as follows, Membership, Mrs. Bernice Ctmdiff; Beef Educ- tlon, Mrs. Marlys Dynne Cook-off, Mrs. Cora Anderson; Beef Father' s Day, Mrs. Clara Cnndiff; Beef Promotion, Mrs. Melba Cundiff; Community Service and Public Relations, Mrs. Ann Bauman; Farm and City Week, Mrs. Elsie Putnam; Scrapbook, Mrs. Ethel Albin, and Publicity and She Stuff, Mrs. Nancy Obergfell. 4-I-L'ers Judging The annual 4-H livestock jndg- lag day is set for this Friday with swine juing beginning at 9 a.m. at the Russell Johnson farm. The group will then move to the following judging places: Don Baue farm, fat lambs; Ray Franz farm, market steers; Dave Albin farm, dairy; Jim and Bob Coon farm, beef bulls and the Jerry Obergfell farm, horses. I1,11 Jim Jimison Excavating Water, Sewer and Gravel Back - Hoe Work Home Phone 482-2549 Mobil Phone 482-3751 Sidney, Montana "1 dig dirt cheap" I I Fulkerson Funeral Home "and The Cloyd-Gorder Chapel" JACK FUI,KERSON 215 Second Steer NW Sidney, Mont. I II IIII ii i i i Serving the Health Needs of Eastern Montana & Western North Dakota Families Since 1909 Turner Friendly Drug Store Downtown, Sidney, Montana The newest and most modern Drug Store in Eastern Montana or Western North Dakota II I Weather Phone 482-1177 III Be sure and attend Fairview's 25th Annual Oldtimer' s Reunion Sat., July 17 REMEMBER that all your Financial Needs can be handled under one roof at Sidney National Bank A Full Service Bank i _ ii ii i i ii i 1971 Eisenhower Silver Dollar Order Applications NOW AVAILABLE AT SIDNEY NATIONAL BANK C0M,N= =VtN00S July 13 - 18 League Babe Ruth Baseball Tournament, see brochet on sports page. Saturday, July 17 Fairview's 25th annual Oldtimer's Reunion and Summer Festival with oldtimers registration beginning at 9 a.m. in the City Park, i i i July 17- 18 Fairview Class of 1966 Reunion Sunday, July 18 Reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rasmussen on their golden wedding anniversary July 18 at 2:30 p.m. at the Pella Lutheran Church Parlor, friends and relatives invited. i i i ii i i I i ii i i1 i i In Banking It's People That Make The Difference i I II I I III //i