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6 - The Siaf;ey Hurah Sidney. Mont., Wednesday, July 14, 1971 DIFFERENT NOW - The picture (taken from a Dec. 15, 1910 postcard) portrays Fairview as it looked about 60 years ago - note the lack of trees and the scarcity of houses. The railroad wasn't in sight and the future looked rather dim to anyone passing through. mm w m m m ==lm I I  Swimming I Pool I I I I I . - I I I I L- 4m= Return ...... "1] II II II II il fl 4 But to the residents of the town, a great future was in store for them and to prove it, they're celebrating the 25th annual Oldtimer's Reunion and Summer Festival this Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m. The parade will form on the south end of town by the GTA Bean Elevator on 7th St. Starting areas will be the GTA parking lot, - 7th St., 1 block off Montana Ave. So. and as far along State Street as is needed. The parade will proceed north along Ellery Avenue to the FAIRVIEW REUNION AND FESTIVAL PARADE ROUTE ELLERY AVENUE STATE STREET G T A r'-I m ..--..._... " * " L--J Smrti Starting Area J )=- MONTANA AVENUE  t park, circle the entire park and return along Ellery Avenue to starting point. The entire park will be blocked against parking until after the parade to assure better viewing from the park. ForTunate Camper By ZONA KAPPEL I was one of two fortunate youngsters to attend the 25th Conservation camp from Rich- land County. The camp washeld at Beavercreek Camp near Hav- re, July 6 - 10. The Richland County Soil Con- servation Service paid our transportation expenses and the Federal Cartridge Corporation paid the remainder. I was in the plants workshop where we discussed some of the problems that Montana has in connection with conservation. We also visited theExperiment Station near Havre, which used to be Fort Assinniboine- the largest fort built in Montana. We identified plants and learned about root systems. To let the other workshops know what we had learned, eachgroup gave a program demonstrating a few important ideas during the last afternoon at camp. Our theme at camp was "We Care." We should care about our environment. If we don't care about it, then that's say- ing we don't care about our- selves either. The animals and other things will disappear but sooner or later it's going to be us. Then who are we going to blame? Are we going to care and do something or forget and do nothing? I liked camp very much and had a lot of fun. If you would like to know more about the camp and what I learned, I am willing to speak to you or your group at your meetings or activ- ities. MSU Students On Honor Roll Many Montana State Univer- sity, Bozeman, students had an excellent academic record this past sprxng, with 1,191 schol- ars named to the honor roll. It takes a grade average of 3.25 or higher to earn a place on the honor roll, compiled by the MSU registrar's office. Of the spring total, 154 aclfieved perfect averages of 4.00. Honor roll students from the area were: Gary Hass, Sidney, with straight A' s; Robert Schultz of Bloomfield; Lynn Whiteside of Richey; Phillip Carter and Carol 01son, bothof Lambert; Kathlyn Curry, Karen Dore and David Roesner, all of Fairview; Kathryn Hatfield, Robert Nemec and Joel Wiebe, all of Savage; and David Ander- son, Mark Cerkovhik, Peter Degel, Rene France, Alan Jos- lin, Stephen Knoop, Robert Knopp, Robert Prchal, Quin Rasmussen, Russell Sorensen, Bruce Sorensen, James Walker and Leon Welty, all of Sidney. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE ING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION at Sidney, business 6-30-71. RESOURCES Real Estate Loans .................. Real Estate Contracts ............... Real Estate Owned ................. Office Building ................... Stock Loans ...................... Bonds and Warrants .................. " Cash on Hand and in Banks ........... TOTAL ....................... LIABILITIES Stockholders Investment and Earnings Installment Stock, Class "B" - ....... Installment Stock, Class "D" - ....... Full Paid Stock "A" ........... Total ........................... "* Due Borrowers ................... Loans in process ..................... Contingent Fund ................ Reserve Fund ..................... ! Net Undivided Earnings ............. TOTAL ....................... STATE OF MONTANA, County of RICHLAND, ss. I, Joe M. Halvorsen, Secretary of the do solemnly swear that the above statement my knowledge and belief. -s- Joe M. Halvorsen Secretary Subscribed and sworn to before me l Correct Attest: -s- Robert W. Petersen -s- F. W. Wilder, Directors. -s-H. E. Lorenz -a- C. E. Notary Publi of Montana, Montana. My March 3, 1972, (Publish July 14, 1971) REMEMBER: Saturday, July 1 RICHEY AREA NEWS Former Richer Resident Dies in S. Dakota HELEN H. tIANSON Word has been received of the death of another former Richey resident, Ben J. Al- brecht, 70. He passed away in his apartment in the Miller Hotel in Freeman, S. D., from an apparent heart attack, July 6 about 6p.m. Albrecht' s sister, Mrs. Hard- wick Schwartz, left Wednesday to attend his funeral Friday at Freeman. I11s obituary will be published later. Capt. Karen Knudson submit- ted to back surgery inGermaoy, July 7. Her parents, ttarold Knudson and Pauline Mayes were contacted -and it was re- ported Karen would be in the hospital three to four weeks. Her recuperation period willbe about nine months, after which  will continue her duty as mlrgica[ nurse in the Air Force for another two years. Karen will appreciate letters during her corffinement to the hospital, tier address is: Capt. Karen Knudson; Box -192; USAS Hospital, APO New York, 09220. Douglas Knudson from Free- mont, Calif., came and flew his father, Clarence Knudson, to Missoula for medical attention July 9. Clarence was recently a patient in the Memorial Hos- pital in Sidney suffering from a heart condition. Visiting Mrs. Petra Willert for a few days was her daugh- ter, Mrs. lIarold (biargaret) Sorenson from Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert I:e- o brecht, Mr. and Mrs. Jim John- son and Dusty and Mr. and Mrs. Marlow Buller and fam- ily returned July 8 from a 10- day trip to Yellowstone and Glacier Parks. They went to Missoula where they were ed by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Uuruh and six children who accompanied the Eggebreehts through the Yellowstone Park. Mr. "and Mrs. Mitz Brown of Glasgow are the proud par- ents of a baby daughter, born July 8. weighing eight pounds and four ounces. The Browns have four sons. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Colter and Patti, Mrs. JamesChristianson and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lind- evig tLetarned from a week at Mjorude Bible Camp at Hungry Ilorse. Mr. and Mrs. William Murphy. Danny and Allen of Dutton and formerly cC Rlehey, visited them at Lindevig' s motel room at Great Falls, Saturday. Carol Eggum accompanied the Lindevigs as far as Great Falls, leaving for San Francis- co on the morning of July 4, then on to her new duty station in Hawaii. Her address is: YN 3 Carole Eggum; Wave Barracks, Box 24; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. APO San Francisco 96610. Charlotte Babb returned July 6 from  Missoula whore she spent a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Blaszek. She also stopped in Great Falls to visit her sister, Malitta White, and both drove to Cut Bank to vi sit the Vernon Babbs for a day. Mrs. White and her sister, Charlotte Babb, both spent the holiday weekend in Missoula. On Sunday, they at- tended a reunion of the John Blascek family at Rattle Snake Park. All were present with the exception of Mrs. Babb's daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carpenter and family from Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Butch Volbrecht and family returned from a 10- day visit over  holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goulding and family in Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schwartz and Nadine returned July 6 from the holiday week- end spent in Columbus with her brother atsi wife, Mr. and Mrs. Morel Burgess. The Schwartz's also went through the Yellow- stone Park. They visited her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mxa Andrew Tngstad, in Bozeman, and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Robin- son and family in Livingston. Robinson, who is attending the summer session at the College in Dillon, was home for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wienke, Peggy and Della, Mr. and Mrs. John Gary and family and Mr. and Mrs. Llcs, d Shumaa aad Rustic, Glasgow, spent the 4th of July weekend at the Pines near Fort Peek. Monday visitors  Mrs. Ad- dle Callison were Mr. atxlMr& Edgar Casterline, Wolf Point; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Caster- line, Vida; Mr. and Mrs. Hen- BOOK On By BELVINA W. BERTINO MONTANA - IDAHO - WYO- MING GHOST TOWNS, by Lam- bert Florin, author of the West- ern Ghost Town Series. ll2 pp. Superior Publishing Company. 1971. $2.95. The title is one of a new ghost town series by Lambert Florin. Published in May of this year, they have been arranged in a state by state sequence, in paperback, for those who want to know what is to be seen in a specific state wilen traveling. The western ghost town series are designed for the library of the armchair traveler who desires to "go everywhere at once." The pages of this book are peopled with the ghosts of no- torious personalities in such famous ghost towns as Bannack, first Montana capital; Elkhorn, Mont., mile-iriSh and almost inaccessable even in its heyday, a real honest-to-goodness ghost town, dead for 60 yearsbutwith mineral wealth totaling over 14 w estern Americana million dollars during its pro- ductive years; Landusky, in the Little Rockies, named for hot- headed Pike Landusky, deputy sheriff who was killed by Kid Curry in a Christmas Eve fight; Ruby Gulch in the Little Rock- ies, where the mine is still guarded and could be i oper- ation in two weeks ff the price of gold ever advanced enough to warrant it. Others named: Bonanza, Ida- ho, where miners were admin- istered to by flaming - haired Amanda, soiled angel of mercy; Silver City, Idaho, which ranks with Elkhorn, Mont.; Bodie, Cal- if., and St. Elmo, Colo., in size and interest; Medicine Bow, Wyo., ghost town kept alive in story and movie by Owen Wis- ter, author (the Virginian, who lived there to gain background for his now famous novel. The superb photos of ghost town remains are as eloquent as the colorful text. Other titles in this fine ghost town series include California, Arizona, Colorado - Utah, Ore- gon, Nevada, Washington, New Mexleo - Texas, Alaska - The Yukon and British Columbia. ry Casterline, Columbia Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Les Casterline and Carolyn, Portland, Ore., and Alf Casterline, Richey. Mrs. Edgar Casterline and Mrs. Eward Casterline also visited in the home of Mrs. Christina and Helen Hanson, Monday. Mrs. Edgar Casterline and Helen Hanson were class- mates in their freshman year in the old Rlchey High School and had a good 'ne reminisc- ing. Peggy Jean and Carol Buck, Billings, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Stro- bel. Other Sunday guests in the Strobel home were: Mr. and Mrs. Julius Anderson, Center- town, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Auch and three children, Gree- ley, Coio.; Claudia Ray Guest, also of Greeley, Pauline Stro- bel, Sidney; Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Bueehler, Vida; Mr. and Mrs. Art Remmick, IAndsay; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bialourchi and George, Wolt Point, and Bren- da Porter, Wolf Point. Fourth of July weekendguests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Boje were their nephew, Amory Friday and son, Kenneth, Fort Dodge, Iowa. They also attend- ed a Boje family picnic at the Flc'd Boje home near Bloom- field. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kee- land and family, Olympi Wash., have returned to Rlchey to make their home after an absence of about four years. Mr. and Mrs. William Kues- ter and grandson, Casey Goo- sen, were visitors in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Nieles Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kluth at Vida on July 4. Mr. and Mrs. August Dice, Billings, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Stoker July 5. Celia Gibson is a patient in the Memorial Hospital in Sidney as of July 6. PROFITABLE DEALERSHIP OPPORTUNITY Franchise available in Sidney, Montana, trading area for Case farm machinery, light construction equipment and compact tractors. If you like to work with people, solving their equipment pro- blems, this could be your big opportunity. Will back you with complete wholesale and retail financing plus many other benefits of exclusive full line representation. Here's the opportunity to be yourwn boss and profit in direct propor- tions to your talents and effort. Would you like to talk it over? Contact Robert K. Norris, Box 569 J. I. 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