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12 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., August 16, 1972 MDU Profits Decrease registered during the first half of 1971. The utility operating revenues showed modest in- (Teases reflecting the colder temperatures experienced in tile first quarter of the year. (;as revenues were $21.8 million, up 8.5 percent from $20.1 million last year, while electric revenues rose 5.4 luercent from $12.8 million to $13.4 million. The company's nonutility income,-mostly from oil and coal urces, showed d 'sub- stantial percemtage increase. Greater net income from the company's oil interests this year, .most of which is non- recurring, made up the largest portion of nonutility increases. On a consolidated basis, the company's earnings per share Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. released its six months' report to stockholders indicating a slight decline in utility profits as cmpared with the first six mOnths of 1971. David M. Heskett, MDU president, noted the sizeable increase in operating costs, Rapid City, S. D., flood losses and 1972 gas xploration expenses as significant reasons for the dip in profits. Heskett stated that the company's utility net in- come of $5.3 million was down 4.3 percent from the $5.5 million l)., flood, the company suffered vtmtlnwatively light losses. 'f;ey are estimating an amount somewhere near $300,000 as the additional expen incurred by MI)U for extra payroll, em- ploye living costs for those brought in from other divisions, equipment rentals and damage to company property. In an effort to assist the South Dakota Department of Highway Travel Division, MI)U is mailing to,all its stockholders a colorful brochure encouraging tourism help you sleep 4 If yOU lOtS 11110 turn worrying about me Olsasters that coulO oe. stray your business, you need te Fe0erate Business Protect - Air Package One ptan coers 7 mr. letfit Ousiness Oisasters AnO you enjoy the convemence ano economy o! one company one tepresentahve, t can 0esgn a l)ackage for your comoany ano the low Cost wfl SUFDtlSC' YOU ,l INSURANCE tar RUStNE,.5 ..lllb # HOME LIFE CAn JUST CALL ih' BUD QUINNELL / I SAVAGF, MONTANA Phone: 776-2376 Mr. and Mrs. Milton Madison in tlteBlackHillsthisyear. $orensen .A4 dis Most of the area's natural a o D attractiveness was untouched ! l,y the flood waters which # Sd n ey vausedtbeHapidCitydisaster. Marry tn MI)U reported the crop _r0X]/- - 2#OP % \\;.. Churngold Soft M ,, ; 3 *' . . . . ,s Lite Brown S 3 ugor . ,,, MoWs Apple Pie Filling... conditiGns in most of the Clarice Mar(ella Sorensen, length gowns made by the Del - Monte year's figure of $2.55.increased to $2.59 from last company's service area arerelatively good. Harvest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. bride. Each carried one long- -....P;nea""Je Slices No'll/2l MDU's interim report in- prospoets were considerably Clarence Sorensen, Alexander, stemmed mum trimmed with 1 dicated that although sub- enhanced by the general rains N. I)., and Milton T. Madison, green ribbon.  Tins stantial losses were sustained which have fallen within the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rusty Folkvord was best Madison, Searing Rt., Sidney, |nan. (h'oomsmen were Bill Federaled ran hy many in the Rapid City, S. last week or ten days. were united in marriage July Madison, cousin of the groom, Van - Camps 9.2, 1972 at7 p.m. at Pella and Tim Samson. Ushers were 'aB l,utheran Church in Sidney with (]aryAnderson, Si(lney, and ]Por k & Beans N''|/2 "II Merchants Ray ,.,,oo o, ,,drOOp ..u ,ou,,. o, the Tins l ficiating. Reception was held in bride, also of Sidney. lllW 7 the church basement. Shelly Madison was personal H Livestock (iaryl,ey, Sidney, playedthe ,,,,o..., Icmhr[li Con Carne organ while Mrs. Gary ty and The hride's mother wore a -- Mrs. Ronald Whited sang. green a-line knit dress and the 1151/2 OZ. ! H'l'he Jo)nt 4-H Chamber following people bought 4- Songs were "Impossible tnother of the groom chose a 1 Tins If I ! l)ream," "Battle Hymn of green printed a-line polyester Committee and the Sidney animals: Republic," and "Till." dress. Both had corsages of (hamber of Commerce wants Sidney l,ivestock Market The bride and groom were yellow carnations. t`.tha00theseȰ00e'r``nt.00r'S`dnyN00t`n.00B00nk0000s00rttthea00rbyth`wash00gtss00th00rshav`ng 00me00ef Tamales el00l"/' OZ' 1 making the 4-H program ljrson, Motor Co., Safeway parents, " Mrs. l,eslie Sorensen, Sidney, ,, .uccessful this year. The Store, renderloin Industries, l'he bride wore a floor - special duties were Marianne  i ii Riehland National Bank, length empire dress made of Sorensen, Juneau, Alaska;  Jars it Reynolds, Valley Cash Store, polyester erepe trimmed with Judy Markwardt, Makoti, N. $[1i l{usscll's Market, Johnson green daisies. The dress and I).; Beverly Novak, Alexander; llardware and Furniture, floor-length veil were made by Donna Safely, Alexander; Golden Grain Collins Mcrcantile, Russell herself. She carried a bouquet Nanette Nordin, Billings; Dinners 3 .lohnson, l,alonde Hotel, of yellow mums and car- Sherry Skinner, Hall, Mont.; for llommeSteel, Pacific Hide and nations. Mrs. Edwin Rettig, WiUiston, Fur, Peavey Company, Ac- Sigrid Sorensen was her and Susan Madison, Sidney. Lion Auto and Thogersen sister's maid of honor. Other Following a wedding trip to Mission Macaroni and Motors. attendants were Sally Soren- Yellowstone Park, thecouple Cheese Dinner ,[! sen, sister of the bride, and will bc at home at the Clarence I 71/40Z.ll = Joann l,ink, Alexander. They Sorensen ranch, Alexander,  Pkgs. -r Scott Rounce wore green flowered floor- where Milton will work. In Encampment American .ott c. Roan(e, son of Mr. SOUTHCULBERTSON Beauty 2 "z39' and Mrs. W. E. Rounce of 121 Elba - Rant or Shell - Rant Pkgs. t f ..,, Ave. SW, Sidney, is Weekly S noope I participating in a U. S. Air rs l,'oree Reserve Officers Family Size Training Corps IAFROTC) Mavis Zoanniwentshopping tended her class reunion in Royal Puddings 3 field training encampment at in Williston with her aunt, Mrs. Sidney over the weekend. A Y"117" OH Vandenberg AFB, Calif. AI Zoanni and Mary. Rhonda Sundheim and Carla for i, I Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McGinnis were guests of Kim | Steinbeisser and children and Opp and Shari and Jeanie Vitt. Mr. and Mrs. lave Steinbeisser They were among other girls of I Ore t iI. Q ! and Chris were dinner guests of the neighborhood for a swim the Don Zoanni's. and slumber party. !  t * Know a good story lead M,-. and Mrs. Hayden lmpert, Crosby, N. D. were * Need some printing done * Are lonesome * Want to olace an ad * Feel the urge to gripe * Have a big bash * Plan a riot * Need paper - all kinds * Want a Subscription 'ott Rounce I)urin the encampment, t'adets In,come familiar with the life and activities on Air l,'ort'e I);es arK[ can examine i'/ll'cel's In which they slay wish t(i serve as officers. They also receive su|'vival tt'amin, aircraft ahd airerew itJdoctrini|tion, small arms hamin and visit other Air }"OFt'I' l); let'S. ('adct I{tlunt'v is it llRqnber Of the AI,'ii()'I'(' unit at the * Need a Photographer ['mversit ,,f Northern (',h,'ado ;at (;reek, v. lle is a 1!170 ra(luate of Sidney Senior 1 lih .',;t.hd. 'l'ue.'xlay and overnight guests Mary Magruder of the Gerald Raaunrs. Mrs. Don Zoanni and Mrs. Memorial Service Robert Fleischmann visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sticka and A service of memorial for family in Sidney, Saturday. Mrs. Mary A. Magruder will be Kim Opp visited overnight hehl a't the People's with Rhonda Sundheim and the (;ongregatiomd Church Aug. 17 at 2 p.m. She (lied in Mill Valley, Calif., where she had been visiting a granddaughter and was hurled at I,one Tree, Iowa. Mrs. Phyllis Edington, her daughter, was in at- tendance at the graveside service there Aug. 8. Mrs. Magruder was born in Iowa Aug. 5, 1881 and died on her 91st birthday, Aug. 5, 1972. Silt, was a mr, tuber of People's ('ongregational (:hurt'h, a t.harter member of OES 62, Ifi(.hlan(I (:ounty vhaptcr, and ;lIsa ;t (.hlrter lllelIlber of the Sidne. Women's ('lub. girls attended the show in Sidney. Mrs. Bertha Sundheim and sister-in-law, Mrs. Ida Miffing, Watson, Minn., returned Monday from a three - week tour of Norway. Mrs. Sundheim visited several relatives and reports they had a wonderful tim('. She also says our American dollar is only worth about 60 cents there. Many southsiders attended the l)ick ()'Connor wedding dan('e in Sidney. 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