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/ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wind K. Johnson, Wind Marry held Iong- Com- atthe Church, $chnack. Clar- Widow, Mrs. Mrs. and and Jack two ; liodgin both of Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Johnson of Sidney. Parents of the bride- groom are Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene Wind of Savage. The bride' sgown was fashion- ed in silk organza and lace over pearu de sol with a traih at- tached at the waistline. Her shoulder - length silk illusion veil was held in place by arose lace pearl headpiece. Her flow- ers were white roses and dais- ies with tinted lavender petals. Miss Donna Nelson of Oma- ha, Neb., was the maid of hon- or. Miss Marion Wind of Sav- age was the bridesmaid. They were dressed in lavender chif- fon, full - length gowns with matching flowered headpieces. They carried rose bouquets. Tim Sampson was best man and Dave Owen, Whitetail, was groomsman. Ushers were Gor- don Wind, brother of the groom, and Lynn Petersen, Helena. Mrs. Edward Thngersen was organist and was accompanied by Mrs. Earl Nelson, who sang two solos. Miss Linda McFarland, Flor- ence, Ore., cousin of the bride, was in charge of theguest book. The reception was held inthe Fellowship Hall of the church following the ceremony aedwas served by the Evening Circle. The young couple will make their home in Missoula, where he is completing his education. an 16, Mrs. b., in atMe. and also Store. Nel- Sept. Trot- filed and everal Exchange Vo ws In Afternoon Ceremony Bonnie Breitling became the bride of Juan R. Garza in a double - ring ceremony in St. Matthew' s Catholic Church, Sid- ney, June 5, with the Rev. James Birkmaier officiating at the af- ternoon wedding. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Lois Breitling, Sidney, and the late Eldor Breitling. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. AscensionGarza, Fairview. Given in marriage by her brother, Marvin Breitling, the bride wore an empire waist pant gown of organza and came- lot sleeves. Venise lace trim- med the gown and detachable chapel train. She carried abou- quet of yellow roses. Mrs. Louella Mohi, sister of the bride, was maid of honor; Marjorie Garza, sister of the bridegroom, was the brides- maid, and Laurie Ann Mohi, niece of the bride, was the flower girl. All were attired in identical floor-length, empire sled dresses of rayon sheer, lined in acetate taffeta with multicolored floral braid at the empire waist and the sleeve cuffs; with a rayon velvet rib- bon streamer falling over the long skirt. They each carried one yellow rose. Toy Garza, brother of the bridegroom, washest man. Ter- ry Miller was groomsman and Michael Mold, nephew of the bride, was ringbearer. Ushers were Richard Garza, brother of the bridegroom, and William Breitling, brother of the bride. Organist was Mrs. DonRees. Mrs. Bill Smelser sang two solos. Following the wedding a re- ception was held at the VFW. Kay tterman was in charge of the guest book and helped pour punch. Paulette Senn and Juani- ts Paladichuk were at the gift table. The cake cutters were Mrs. Lydia Wiederrich, godmother of the bride, and Mrs. Pablo Vallejo, godmother of the bride- groom. Mrs. Merna Breitling and Mrs. William Breitling, sis- ters-in-law of the bride, served coffee. Mrs. Audrey Waller and Mrs. Sandra Nygaard, cousins of the bride, served the bride's table. Following the wedding trip, they now reside in Sidney. I L "! N ' It [ oca ews ems Mrs. Marge Holte is visiting in Duluth with her daughter and son-in-law. Mrs. Randy Stevenson, Rhon- da and Ryan, Missoula, are re- cent guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Zieske. Mrs. Jerry Streeter, Lisa and Lance, Pasco, Wash., will be visiting her mother, Mrs. J. B. Burns, through July. Mrs. Streeter attended her Sidney High School class reunion. Pete Carson, Thousand Oaks, Calif., left recently after visiting at the Burns home. Cadet Dennis Hein" U. S. Mil- itary Academy, West Point, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hein, Will leave July 17 after spend- ing Ms leave here. Later this summer, Cadet Hein will he in Fort Berming, Ga., followedby a tour of duty in Germany. Recent guests of the Phillip Moore$ wer, Mrs. Moore's sis- ter and brother-in-law, Mx. and Mrs. Fred Semmons, Fargo. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Goebel hosted a picnic supper last week. Guests were Mr. and Fish Fry Feeds Mrs Drake Watson, Long Beach, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. 'Hungry' Crowd Over 200 pounds of fish were fried and served to alarge and htmgry crowd at Sundheim Park near Fairview Sunday at the an- nual Yellowstone Wildlife Club' s fish fry. Cooperation is the key in making such a large "picnic" a success, and the club extends its appreciation to all whohelp- ed, With special thanks to Wayne Neu, Art Rudolph and Joe Fleck for their assistance. Prizes awarded atthe fishfry were as follows: Orville Skar- bono, Fairview, .22 caliber bolt action repeater; Lydia Dorr, Sidney, Stanley stainless steel thermos; Dee Dee Martin, Fair- view, True-Temper spinfishing outfit, and Steve Shannon, Fair- view, a bait box. Vilas Sorensen, Ravinia, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Goebel and family, Portland, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. Con Simonsen and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Goebel, Mr. and Mrs. PbillipMoore and Ida Simonsem Mrs. Watson and Daren Gcebel celebrated their birthdays on this occasion. Here this week from Cody, Wyo., to visit the SvenThiruds, are Mr. and Mrs. George Dunn. Mrs. Dunn is the former Lee Thirud. Mr. and Mrs. Inge Jacobsen, Helena, were guests of the Carl Dynnesons and of Jacobsen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ingolf Jacobsen, Nohly. Mrs. Jacob- sen was here to attend her high school class reunion. Mrs. Bert LeSueur has been in Bismarck visiting hergrand- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nelson. While there Mrs. Le- Sueur was ironed by her daugh- ter, Dr. Elsie Minifie, Bowling Green" Ohio, and they visited in Forsyth and Miles City on their return to Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. MiloAndersen" Willistoo, were guests of his mother, Mrs. Volney Andersen, and Andersen attended his high school class reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Jack LeSueur and family returned this week from vacationing at Glacier Park. Mrs. Carol Robinson enter- tained members of her break- fast club Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Steele, St. Louis, Mich., who are spend- ing the summer in Sidnt, were in Great Falls recently. Here last weekend to visit the Curtis Balls were his cou- sin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. George McArthur, Butte. Sidney students on the dean's Hst for the spring quarter at Montana State University, Boze- man, included David and Rnger Anderson, sons of Mr. andMrs. Leo Anderson, Sidney. Book Winners Are Announced Mrs. A. H. Spooner, Willis- ton, N. D., and Vera Anderson, Sidney, were the winners of the drawing for the book, "Scatter- ed Ramblings" by Bonnie E. Kappel. Registration for the drawing was held during the 4th of July celebration at the Rich- land County fairgrounds. The book contains 121 poems by the author and over 60 pic- tures, some of them over 50- years - old. Sketches for the book were drawn by Patti Smith, daughter of the Clarence Smith's of Trotters, N. D. The rope designs were drawn by Jerry Cornelia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Corneliadsidney. Charter No. 10926 National Bank Region No. 13 REPORT OF CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES, OF THE Sidney National Bank of Sidney in the state of Montana, at the close of business on June 30, 1971, published in response to call made by comptroller of the currency, under title 12, United States Code, Section 161. ASSETS S OnCludlng SNone unposted ................... $1,571,385.36 .... :- - .......... 679,600.00 GOvernment agencies "" ................. 1,309,750.00 subdivisions - - - 1,547,965.22 NO corporate stock) .... 18,000.00 " " " ................. None under " " ................ 800,000.00 ................. 6,765.860.52 and other Premises ........ 238,706.15 bank premises ........ 1.00 not consolidated ......... None on acceptances ''" .................. No{]l SNO direct lease financing)- -- None " 12,931,268.25 - . ..... ......... MIMORANDA f the 15 calendar days ending " " - ............... 11,637,631.09 ' the 15 calendar days ending .................. 6,707,134.50 installment loans included " '---- ..... -- ..... --- N P. and Cashier of the above -named his report of condition is true and and belief. LeRoy H. Anderson correctness v[this report has been examined by us and to the and correct. Directors LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ........................ 3,805,115.62 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ....................... 6,863,572.24 Deposits of United States Government ......... 84,034.89 Deposits of States and political subdivisions ..... 746,772.89 Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions - - None Deposits of commercial banks .............. 12,973.20 Certified and officers' checks, etc. - ............. 115,054.92 TOTAL DEPOSITS ........... $11,627,523.76 (a) Total demand deposits ..... 4,558,199.52 (b) Total time and savings deposits - - 7,069,324.24 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase .................... None Liabilities for borrowed money ................ None Mortgage Indebtedness ....................... None Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding ......................... None Other liabilities ..................... 323,726.49 TOTAL LIABILITIES ................ 11,951,250.25 MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES ......... ................ None RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to [RS rulings) ....................... 98,826.27 Other reserves on loans .................. None Reserves on securities ................... None TOTAL RERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES -- 98,826.27 CA PITA L ACCOUNTS Capital notes and debentures ............. None Equity caItal - total ...................... 881,191.73 Preferred stock-total par value ........... None No. shares outstanding ........ None Common Stock-total par value .............. 300,000.00 No. shares authorized ......... 3,000 No. shares outstanding ......... 3,000 Surplus ............................. 300,000.00 Undivided protlts ....................... 281,191.73 Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves-. None TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ................ 881,191.73 TOTAL LIABIIS RE_.RVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ......................... 12,931,268.25 The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, .July 14, ]/] - b Nevins Reunion Held A family reunion washeldre- Also attending were: Mr. mid cently at the Girl Scout Cabin Mrs. Alex Kaufman, Glendive; in Sidney, of the descendants Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rood, Sid- of Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. ney; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Deh- Nevils. They, with their four nert and four children, Lander, sons, Will, Joe, Bert and Frank, Wyo.; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert came to Montana about 1907. Haugen and four children" Will- Both parents and the four broth- iston, N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. ers homesteaded in the area James Haugen and two daugh- and most of their families still ters, Sidney, and Mr. and Mrs. live here. Henry Sorensen. Those in attendance were: The group had a covered dish Mrs. Will Nevins, Sidney; Mrs. dinner. Several brought pic- Bert Nevins, Sidney; Mr. and lures and family Bibles and Mrs. Harry (Ira)Goetzke of books, one of which, a geeg- Fairview; Mrs. Inez Smith, Ft. raphy, was 100-years old. Benton; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Grubbs, Scottabluff, Neb.; Mr. They plan to make this an and Mrs. Wilfred Nevins and annual affair. At prescnt, there three children, Great Falls; re over 150 livingdescendants Mr. and Mrs. Roland Nevins of this pioneer couple, who may two children, Lambert; Mr. be remembered by other pion- and Mrs. Orlo Nevins and two eers in this area. children, Sidney; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nevins and two children, One son, Joe, was the first Mr. and Mrs. Juan Garza Lambert, and Charles Goatzke, superintendent of schools in Fairview. Sidney. II I I IC00LORFUL WHITE SALE " 1 Springmaid Marvelaire Save on Quality Sheets Bath Ensembles DOUBLE FLAT OR FITTED BATH SIZE $ $|oo for Hand towel .... 74c Twin flat or fitted ... 2 for 4.g7 Wash cloth 44c Queen flat or fitmd ... 2 for g.97 .... 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