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Ruth All- tkts past the Sidney tmable to Which found z top by a a shaky Proved de_ Ruthers. as they 2-I over Brad Hall Sidney w 2 for 3 lone run Was 1 for ce run &gt;:< : N C E at MARTIN'S BAR Sat Ju ly 17 Fairview, Montana el Standings and Results inning, six Just four The Sidney All-Stars are now preparing for the DistrictTour- nament which gets under way July 21 at Gleudive. The Sidney 11 to 12 Little League Allstars defeated Will- iston' s ll-year-old midgets 6-2 Saturday afternoon during the televised game in Williston. Tracie Petrie was the win- ning pitcher for Sidney, throw- ing a two - hitter. Petrie struck out nine opponents, with Willis- ton's pitcher doing the same. The ldghiight of Petrie' s pitch- ing was in the second inning, where he threw only nine pitches. Marvin Welnel and Robin Hammer were the leading hit- ters, both going two for three. Husky Oil defeated Sidney Livestock 11-0. Tim Thngersen pitched the shut out, with Todd Morasko and John Seitz as the leading hitters. Collins beat Midland by score of 7-1, malting it 9 and 0 for Collins. They play two tough games next week, when they meet Hi-State and Sobolik's. Bi-State beat Midland, Thurs- day, 4-2 in agame thatwas held up several times by rule dis- putes. The game went seven in- nings, with Bi-State leading from the start. Yellowstone Mercantile beat Sidney Bank 13-I0. Jeff Miller was the winning pitcher and a good hitter, also. Delane Erick- son topped off the game with a two-run, inside the park, home run. Robin Fritz also did well of- fensively, scoring two runs, while collecting two hits. Sidney's 11 to 12 - year - old Allstars travel to Willistonthis Saturday for an all day tourna- ment involving 22 teams from North Dakota, Montana and Sas- katchewan. SpI ballin ash Swim Team hadto a Will- During Sidney Meet Was town out. are and often- a Perfect f 2 The Sidney Swim Team found the competition rougher asthey defeated a strong Glendive swim team by a scm-e of 1427 to 406. Glendive brought 60 swim- mers to Sidney to swim against the 90 swimmers on the Sidney swim team. Glendive has sev- eral state record holders on Schedule L.EY BABE RUTH LEAGUE b the home team VFW Lions v=, Moose 22 Elks vs. Fairview League Tournament July 26 Aug. 1 11 - 12 YEAR OLDS ttUmd team is the home team PCA- Bi-State Collins- Richland Bank Midland - Soboliks Collins- PCA Richland Bank - Soboliks Bi-State - Midland August 1 ent their team and could be tough by division time. Sidney won 46 of 52 races. Ten pool records were broken and eight state records were improved. Kris Anderson broke four rec- ords as she swam a30.0 second 50 free, a 1:13.1 inthe 100 free, a 36.5 back and a 2:56.5, 200 IM. Jeff Nesper broke two rec- ords as he swam a 3:18.5 lathe 200 IM and a44.9 breast stroke. Wallie Germundson set new  records in the 56 ree with a 30.6 and a 35.3 in the fly, while John Christensen broke the 50 free in  33.2. First place wimmrs for Sidney were: Ken Anderson with first "in the ,50 free, 50 fly, 200 free, I00 back and 200 IM. Pat Maltese in the 100 breast; KaY Whiting in the I00 breast; Janet with firsts Atchinson in the 50 fly, 200 Free and 200 IM; Deb Prevost in 100 back; Gary Germundson with first in the 100 free, 100 back and 200 IM; Cindy Dishon with first in the 100 free, 100 back, 200 IM and 100 breast; Beth Cumming won the 50 free; Anita Butka won the 50 fly; WaUie Germundson ANOTHER RINGER - Winning first place in the Class B playoffs over Walt Quilling was Ivan Cayko during the annual Horseshoe Club tournament in Fairview Sunday. There were 37 league members present. The Eastern Divisional NHPA State Tournament, also in Fairview, will be July 25. Women's Softball Larson Motor, Sidney's only women's slow pitch softball team, got off to a successful start this past week with a 22-5 win over Johnson Hardware, a local fast pitch girl's team. Things won't he quite soeasy for Larson Motor this week as they go against two experienced wonlen' s clubs. On July.Z4, Lar- son Motor will travel to Glen- dive for agame with Peaney's, the top club in the Glendive league. On July 18, Larson Motor will host a Miles City team, Gas Light, in a game scheduled for 4 p.m. at Sunset Park. Leading hitters for the wom- en were pitcher Sherry Wil- liams and shortfielder Sue Jen- sen. Both players had four sin- gles and a double in five times at bat for perfect nights at the plate. Lefielder Rhonda Steinbeis- ser hit the only home run inthe game, a three-run blast in the fiRh inning. For Johnson Hardware, who were at a slight disadvantage because the ganm was played under slow pitch rules, the top hitters were Dobbin Prevost and Joni Grinolds. Lynn Das- lager, who played first base for Johnson, did a fine job in the field. Johnson Hardware, coached by Ole Grinolds, is the top team in the Sidney girl's softball league. The winner of the Women's Slow Pitch District Tourna- ment to he held in Glendive will advance to the state soft- bail tournament. Weekly Golf ocn,00dlsle A lot of charges took place the competition is really tough. in the men's golf league this This championship meansmore 9 - 10 YEAR OLDS lUtmed team k the home team Bank - Sidney Livestock - Gate City E Mix- REA Bank Gate City week. Coast to Coast led the every year and the golf gets I also won the 100 free and the win column with eight points tougher each week. Sure hope 200 IM. and shot past Yellowstone Mer- the luck stays with the right Jim Daehn won the 50breast; cantile into first place. There guy (me). Remember, it costs Denise Thilmon won first in are still only nine points be- less to play golf, ff you don't the 50 fl'ee, 50 back and the 200 tween the first 10 teams, lose m balls. Hit 'em long and I IM; Ruth Hundtofte won the 50 Twelve golf balls were award- straight. breast; Pete LaCounte won the ed, with special event winners, Gary Torgerson, relmrting. 50 back; John Christensen won Greg McKown, Ben Ewing (3, at- JULY 8 STANDINGS JUNIOR BASEBALL (There) 6 p.m. ) 12 noon 3ity.(Here) 6 p.m. ) 12 noon t 1 - District Tournament - Circle the 50 fly also. In the beginning eight and un- der age group, Jan Whiting won the 50 breast and 50 free; Scott Johnson won the 56breast and 50 back and Jon Getcheli won the 50 free. The next home meet will be at Sidney with the '*B" team entertaining Scohey on July 23. so known as sandbagger), Hu Williamson, Patti Hurd, (only 1 ft. from a hole in one on 9), Ll'd Riggins, Lloyd Becker (2), Earl Neff, Oscar Helm and RaY Whiting. Low net was won by Coach Ewing with a 31 net. The ladder tournament is al- most to the semi-finals now and Charter No. 12679 National Bank Region No. 13 REPORT OF CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES, OF THE Richland 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 (including $None unposted .................... 910,146.36 ................ 2,200,262.50 Government agencies "" .................. 500,000.00 POlitical subdivisions -- - 1,507,939.76 SNone corporate ''" ................... 18,000.00 " ........... " ...... None purchased resell .............. 656,000.00 ................... 8,209,916.88 and fixtures, and bank premises ..... 366,293.78 than bank premises ...... None not consolidated ........ None on acceptances '  " ...................... None $ direct lease flnanchlg) - - None "'" ........... 14,362,559.28 the 15 calendar ending ................ 13,2i5,187.86 the 15 calendar days .................. 8,179,478.80 on lnstA._liament loans accounts ............... None !/ - Cashier, of the above - named this report of condition is true and and belief. Ben Nordell attest the cm'rectness of this that it has been examined by us and belief is true and correct. Ing Svarre G. A. Hall, Directors. J Lalonde LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ................... 4,219,461.96 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ........... 7,800,151.27 Deposits of United States Government ....... 52,609.32 Deposits of States and political subdivisions - - - 847,715.74 Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions ............................. None Deposits of commercial banks ............... None Certified and offers' checks, etc ......... --- 63,431.08 TOTAL DEPOnentS ...... 12,983,369.37 (a) Total demand deposits .... 4,974,966.10 (b) Total time and savings deposits ............ 8,008,403.27 Federal funds purchased and securities sold. under agreement to repurchase ............................ None Liabilities for borrowed money ................. None Mortgage indebtedness ........................ None Acceptances executed by or for accmmt of this bank and outstanding .................. None Other liabilities .................... 71,033.52 TOTAL LIABILITIES ................ 13,054,402.89 MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES ......................... None RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to IRS rulings) .............. 133,734.99 Other reserves on loans ................. None Reserves on securities ................... None TOTAL RE_.RVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES - 133,734.99 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital notes and debentures ................. None Equity caldtal - total ................... 1,174,421.40 Preferred stock-total par value ............ None No. shares outstanding None Common Stock - total par value ......... 300,000.00 No. shares authized Noe No. shares outstanding None Surplus ......................... 300,000.00 Undivided profits ................... 574,421.40 Reserves for contingencies and other cepital reserves ................... None TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......... 1,174,421.40 TOTAL LIABILITIF RF.SERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ......... 14,362,559.28 Coast to Coast .......... 45 Yellowstone Mercantile - - - 42 Sidney Electric ........ 42 Johnson Hardware ....... 41 Larson Motor Company - - - 40 Sidney Music Mart ..... 37 Sidney National Bank .... 37 Big Sky Shopping Center-- 36 Whiting Insurance ..... 36 Carpenter Seitz ....... 36 East-Moat Enterprize - - - 34 Martini Steel ......... 33 Richland National Bank--- 33 Sidney Insurance ....... 32 Sobolik' s ........... 31 The Toggery ........... 29 J. C. Penney Co.- ...... 28 SCHEDULE FOR JULY 15 Coast to Coast vsMartini Steel M. Sandrneyer LaMoine LaFay Lloyd Becker Paul Johnson Keith Carpenter Cal Oraw Bud Simard Howard Martini Whiting Ins. vs Larson Motor RaY Whiting Gary Torger son Mike Gear Rusty Packard L. E. Gall James Sampson Harry Anderson Merlin Means Sidney Elec. vs RichlandBauk Brent Potts Bill Rotmce Jim Williams Dale Wilson Marion Martin Gerald Butner Louis Stepan Al Fisher Sidney Bank vsBig Sky Shopping Hu Williamson Virg Austreng Bill Meyers Ward Redlin Bob Werle Ben Nordell C, D. Watkins Floyd Sax The Toggery vs EastMontEnt. BOb Averett Earl Neff Matt Dasinger Lloyd Riggins Francis Jones Bill McIntosh Ron Amunrud Gus Huber Sebolik' s vs Sidney Music Mart Al Sobelik Bob Hall Kay Carpenter Jim Haugen BOb Frank L.J. Lee John Ratliff Dick Buelder Johnson Hdwe. vs Sidney Ins. Ron Ewing Hank Turner Avery Saord Bey. Sampson Paul Cresap Paul Hurd Carl Helm Don Noteboom Yellowstone Merc. vs Peoneys Bob Hammer Chuck Conoway Rick Cowan Ivan Johnsoo Syl Braaten Cregg McKown Jack Fulkerson Bob Moran HOST TEAM: Carpenter-Seitz. Bill Seitz, Harv Pavek, Eldun Martini, Herman Jenson and Otto Habedank. Musk by JACKS TRIO The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, July 14, 1971 - 11., Ten Members Of Swim Team T o Head F or Junior Olympics Ten Sidney swim team mere- 100 fly and 100 free and only also go to Bismarck in the 15- bers qualified at Butte for the Junior Olympic Region XI com- petition and will repre sent Mon- tana at Bismarck July 24. ThirW-four Sidney swimmers went to Butte. Every swimmer placed, with nine placing in the top four in Montana to qualify to swim against the best of North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming, who are all attempt- ing to gain a berth on the Re- gion 11 team who will compete in the National Junior Olympic Championships in Colorado Springs at the Air Force Aca- demy Aug. 8. Only the winners in the 11-12 and 13-14 age groups will ad- vance to the nationals. Quaker Oats Company sponsors this Junior Olympic program and will pay all expenses for the Regional team. They also spon- sor the diving and track pro- grams, who will also be com- peting at Colorado Springs. Sidney swimmers going to Bismarck to try for oueofthese trips are Kristen Anderson, who scored second in beth the lost by a fraction of a second; Jim Dacha, who won the 100 breast and will be seeded first in Bismarck; Rachel Hundtof- te, who qualified in the 100 fly. and Cindy Dishon, who will compete in the breast stroke. In the 10 and under agegronp, John Cbristensen qualified in the free and fly, Jeff Nesper in the fly, Pete LaCoonte in the back. Ruth Hundtofte, in the breast, will represent Montana at Bismarck. Kay Whiting will 17 group to swim the lOObreast. Janet Atchison will swim the 100 fly. Gold Medal winners for Sid- ney, other than Jim Duelm, were Craig Buehler in the 100 back and double winner, Laurie Buehler, who won the 100 free and I00 back. The Sidney team goes to Moose Jaw Saturday to ccmpete against the best of Saskatchewan. The "B" team will swim against Fairview, Wednesday. Williston Ready For Torgerson Basketball coach, Darrell An- derson, announced the decision of Sidney' s Rod Torger son to at- tend the University of North Dakota at Williston. Torgerson, the second mem- ber of the Sidney State Cham- pionship team to decide onUND Williston, will join All-Stater Garth Kallevig, who announced his decision to attend Williston last week. Torgerson, who stands 5' 11", was a playmaking guard at Sid- ney and one of the topplayersin assists. He shot 43 per cent from the field and notched 72 per cent from the free throw line. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Torgerson, Sidney. It is hoped thatTorgerso, and Kallevig give the Tetous added interest from the Sidney areain what looks tohe atalentedTeton squad. YELLOWSTONE VALLEY BABE RUTH LEAGUE TOURNAMENT Double Elimination -- July 13 - July 18  t "t-: C C P t. \\; 3 Z  o t E,K3 ,O. W ," ,w Ka.  Pv'Z:  E R. l..os.. ....  O. &cse_ Our /-,, C. 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