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Fine Steak and Seafood is waiting for you In The u Phyllis Hart In The Lounge 6to 11 p.m. Ix- Dine- Drink. In Our Friendly Atmosphere Visit the LaChateau Dining Room 5 to 12 p.m. 68 .- TI Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., August 16, 1972 Executives Golf League Schedule for Aug. 22 is as Riggins 16 follows. Carpenter 12z A- Division -- Sandmeyer vs. Williamson 9 Austreng, Hammer vs. Car. B-DIVISION penter, byerett vs. Williamson draw 14 and Riggins vs. D. Thogersen. Haniffy 13 B - Division -- draw vs. Ewing 71/2 Haniffy, M. Dasinger vs. H. Johnson 11 Packard and Smith, Ewing vs. M. Dasinger 15 W. DaJn.ger and H. Johnson vs. Sax 121/z $ax. Packard - Smith 11 C - Division -- Fulkerson vs. W. Dasinger 141z Child, Knaff vs. Pilgrim, Butner vs. Nordell and C-DIVISION Mbertson vs. E. Thogersen. Fulkerson 17 I'ANDING8 Child 14% A - DIVISION Burner 15 Sandmeyex 15 Albertson 8 Austreng 17/z Knaff 10 Hammer 14 Thogersen 8 Thogersen 9 & Pilgrim 13 Averett 9/2 Nordell 15 A Close Question There is a story told of a somewhat eccentric preacher who one day was driving along a country road when he was attracted to a lovely farmplace. The buildings were kept in top shape, the grounds were neat the grass manicured as a golf course, in all the appearance gave the feeling of peace and serenity. However it occurred to the preacher that ideal as it looked this place might still be lacking something, so he drove into the yard and went to the door. A middle - aged lady answered his knock and without hesitation he put his question to her: "Lady, does Jesus Christ live here?" The woman stared at the strange visitor, dumbfounded. He Kindergarten A few openings left st Williams Westside Kin- dergarten located at the former Market Basket, 712 3rd St. SW. Morning or afternoon sessions of 2: hours. Call 482-1434 i i I I repeated his question, and again he received no answer, but only this amazed stare of the woman. The preacher left without saying anything fur- ther, and the woman ran out into the field to her husband and told him about the strange man who had come to her door, and the strange question he had put to her. "Didn't you tell him that we belong to the first church in town?" demanded her husband. The wife shook her head. "Didn't you tell him that I'm a deacon and that you are the president of the Missionary Society?" Again the lady shook her head. "Didn't you tell him that last year we contributed nearly $1500 to the church?" Again the negative shaking of the woman's head. "He didn't want to know those things, John. He wanted to know if Jesus Christ lives here that's different." How about it? Does Jesus Christ live at your home? Jesus said: ", I am now standing at the door and knocking. If any one listens to My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him, and feast with him, and he shall feast with Me." Rev. F. Spreeuwers l ,:!:::::: [:.:.;.:, RODEO CROWD -- Spectators wait for the action during the rodeo at the 55th annual Richland County Fair and Rodeo. In the background, one of the midway attractions is in 325 We have the following Used Tandem Trucks For Sale. Will sell as cab and chassis or install any combination of Box and Hoist to your specs action. The fair drew above average at- tendance for the night shows which featured two RCA rodeos and two grand ale opry per- formances. Enter Job Corps Montana enrolled 325 young men and women in Job Corps centers during the fiscal year 1972 according to Employment Security Administrator Fred Barrett. This placed Montana first in the six state Department of Labor regmn which also in- cludes Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and North and South Dakota, Barrett said. Montana exceeded its quota of 245 male enrollees by 110 per cent, placing 270 young men in the three Job Corps camps in the state during fiscal 1972. Fifty - five young women went to Job Corps centers at Missouri and Oregon, 115 per cent of a 48 enrollment quota set for fiscal 1972. All twenty three local employment offices throughout the state participated in enrolling Job Corps applicants. Billings headed the list with 48 enrollees. Totals for other major areas were: Butte, 42; Great Falls, 38; Kalispell, 23; Havre. 20; Glasgow, 19; Missoula, 16 and Helena, 14. Local employment offices 1969 FORD T-850 TANDEM 477" H. D. V8 Gas Engine, 5 - 3 Trans., 1 0:00x20-1 2 ply tires, Power Steering 137" Cab to Center of rear axles 1967 FORD T-850 TANDEM 534" H. D. V8 Gas Engine, 5 - 3 Trans, 1 0:00x20-1 2 ply tires, Power Steering 137" cab to center of rear axles 1969 IHC No. 2010 Fleet Star Tandem 487" H. D. V8 Gas Engine, 5- 3 Trans., 1 0:00x20-1 2 ply tires, Power Steering, 156" from cab to center of rear axles i i Westlie Motor Co. MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA Ford - Lincoln - Mercury - Ford Trucks "OUR 51 st YEAR" 500-700 South Broadway Dial 838-1354 - 839-1705 I interviewed and screened more than 2,000 youths to obtain the 325 enrollments. After com- pletion of their Job Corps training, 305 of these young people received additional supportive services and job placement assistance. The purpose of the Job Corps program is to prepare young people, ages 16 through 21, for the responsibilities of citizenship and to increase their employability by providing education, vocational training and useful work ex- perience, Barrett said. He commended Employment Service Chief Jess C. Fletcher and his staff for their efforts in helping these young workers move from the ranks of the unemployed into meaningful training and ultimate job placement. Antelope Licence Drawings Complete Drawings to determine an- telope license holders in 1972 were completed at the State Data Processing Center in Helena Aug. 12. Fish and Game Director Den Brown said final tally showed almost 35,000 residents and over 2,500 non - residents applied. Antelope licenses as well as moose, sheep and goat will be printed by Aug. 15 and in the mail soon after. Refund checks to unsuccessful antelope ap- plicants will follow. Brown said that issuing of special non-resident antelope licenses will be held up until Monday, Aug. 21, in order to give residents first choice at licenses that were not called for during drawings. Beginning Aug. 21 licenses for undersubscribed hunting districts will be issued at regular fees on a first - come, first - served basis until quotas are filled. Applications must be made to Fish and Game office in Helena, or at District headquarters in Kalispell, Missoula, Bozeman, Great Falls, Billings, Glasgow or Miles City. Applications may be made on the same form used for the antelope drawing or forms can be provided from the Fish and Game offices. A total of 4,750 antelope licenses remain for the asking as follows: area 71-186 permits; 72-42; 73-491; 74-184; 76- 400; 77 - 594; 78 - 444; 79 - 172; 710 - 65; 720 - 18; 721 - 242; 731 - 34; 740 - 83; 741 - 264; 742 - 132; 760 - 108; 770-192; 781-811; 790-288. Books On Western, x mericana By BELVINA W. BERTINO SHINGLING THE FOG and Other Plains Lies, by Roger Welsch. 100 pp. A Sage Book by Swallow Press. 1972. Fog is not a common weather occurrence on the Plains, notes author Roger Welsch in his new book, SHINGIJNG THE FOG, but it makes up in density what it lacks in frequency. The following tall tale brings out the point in mind: "A few hardy men were called by a neighbor to help with the shingling of a barn. The morning air was dense with fog. The work progressed nicely, noon came, and after a hearty meal, the workmen went out to resume their work only to find the sky clear and their shingles laid several feet beyond the ridge pole of the barn." SHINGIJNG THE FOG is a collection of Plains lies and tall tales. Life was so hard and uncompromising for the Great Plains settlers that they un- consciously found it necessary to fabricate the tall tales as one means of helping themselves and each other to maintain their mental equilibrium and sense of wellbeing. They found vast extremes in the weather, the land, even in the animals native to this incredible land (there seemed to be no moderate ground, only ex- J Senior Citizens J News ! The Sidney Senior Citizens met Aug. 10 at 2 p.m. at the Moose Hall. Eight tables of whist were played. High scores went to Mana Hopkins and Oscar Johnson. Elizabeth Sanford drew the door prize. The hostesses for the Aug. 17 meeting will be Hazel Van- derhoof, Ella Rostomily and Sadie Johnson. Reports were given on the bus trip to Regina Aug. 7 and 8. All reported a delightful time. The practice drill of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police was a highlight of the tour. The tour ended with a banquet in Williston. Mrs. Lundby, Agda Ullman's daughter, met the group and was introduced to all. Winners Named in Ladies Tournament The I,adies Association of the Sidney Golf and Country Club held their annual club tour- nament Aug. 14. The 18 - hole event was chairmaned by Myrna Brodhead and Jan Rick. Trophies were presented for: Bryan A Dige In Encampment Bryan A. Dige, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Dige of Rt. 1, Sidney, is participating in a U. S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps (AFROTC) field training encampment at Plattsburgh AFB, N. Y. During the encampment, cadets become familiar with the life and activities on Air Force bases and can examine careers in which they may wish to serve as officers. They also receive survival training, aircraft and aircrew indoctrination, small arms training and visit other Air Force bases. Cadet Dige is a member of the AFROTC unit at Montana State University. He is a 1970 graduate of Sidney Senior High School. Gross Champion - Janis Stef- fens; Runner up - Bey Stip; I)w Handicap Champion - Iurel Torgerson; Runner up - Sharon Sax; Hi Handicap Champion - I)uise Iverson; Runner up -Marge Thogersen; Most Improved Golfer - Arleen Moran; Runner up - Pat Child; Second runner up - Ruth Minder. Special event prizes went to Bey Stip, Sharon Sex, Janis Steffens, Doris Elliott, Myrna Brodhead and Mary Jo Wight. I,adies League play is completed for this year but they will continue to play on Tuesday mornings. tremes). Such song, laughter and tall have consequently naturally evolved. Welsch's collection and entertaining. The number deal with understandably, then land, animals and also with many One such tale deali$ the weather re "During the dry farmer decided One day he drilled a half of postholes. During the t strong wind came up away all the top soft. went back next day, all was a half - mile of standing on top of the Another on a nado) reads: "it remarkable stunt of gallon jug half full of wrong side out cracking the jug or drop of water." And in regard to hard "Times got so tough soup out of pictures in catalog"; and "The wind so much that the only hold the farm down is mortgage on it." Welsch's biography like a tall tale itself. to teaching folklore man at Nebraska University, he finds hiking, beekee winemaking, banjo and plucking and primitive music struments, and for and baled hay houses, exchanging tall tales. work on additional studies, including a of Omaha Indian trickster tales. Union Sum Service During July and congregations of the United Methodist the People's Church worship at Sundays in a union service series. During July People'S was host and Rev. Harshman preached. August I,onsdale Methodist Church is Ray. Arnold Brown preacher. He is preaching a long series on "BridgeS Troubled Waters" and 20 the "sermon is "No I Allergic to Self" Right Kind of A coffee hour is church parlor after vice. rea Church Services CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE. CHURCH E. Main and Third 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a m --Worship Service 7:30 P m. - Evening Service Thursday /:4u p.n,. -- The Mid-Week Fellowship Hour LUTHERAN BRETHREN CHURCH 203 Second Avenue SW 9:45 a.m -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Mr. Die Borseth speaking 7:30 p.m. -- Mr die Borseth speaking Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid.Week Service Rev. Burton Bundy, Pastor ST. MATTHEWS CATHOLIC CHURCH 221 Seventh Street SE 6:30 p.m., Saturday, Mass 7;00and 10:30a.m. -- Sunday, Masses Rev. Patrick Sampson, Pastor ST. CATHERINE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Fairview, Montana Sunday- 9:00 a.m -- Mass Ray Patrick Sampson TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) 214 South Lincoln 8 00 and I1:00 a.m -- WOrSh,p ,erice Rev. Arlyn A. Russert, Pastor SEVENTH- DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Saturday Services at the Latter Day Saints Church Sth St. SW 2:00 p.m.-- Sabbath SchOol - Christ and the Sabbath 3:15 p.m. Worship Service Pastor Johr Yuros LONSOALE METHODIST CHURCH 201 Third Avenue SE 9:30 a.m. -- Worship Service Thursday 6:30 p.m. -- Senior High Youth Meeting Thursday 7:15 p.m. -- Choir Rehearsal Rev. Dwight Harshman, Minister PEOPLES' CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 10th Avenue and 4th Street SW 9:30 8.m -- Worship Service (Nursery Care Available) Rev. Arnold Brown, minister UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Savage, Montana 8:00a m -- Worship Service Rev Arnold Brown, Minister FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Savage, Montana 11:00 a.m. -- Worship 8:30 a.m. -- Second Sunday 10:00 a.m. -- Church School Rev. Vernon H. Holmes, Pastor FIRST BAPTIbT CHURCH E Main and 4th Ave. 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- What iS Marriage? 7:30 p.m. -- Love is not Selfish Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Prayer n,1 Bible Study Rev. Fred Spreeuwers, Pastor GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH Skaar, North Dakota Services held second, fourth and fifth Sunday of each month. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 920 South Lincoln 10 00 a m -- Worship Service Tuesday 8 90 o m Bible Study ThurSday 7 30 D,m. -- Theocratic Ministry School AAr Phil D D Bradsnaw, Presiding Minister ST. MICHAEL'S AND All-ANGELS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Cartwright, N. D. 7 a5 a.m -- MST) -- Worship Service 2rid Thursdays 1 15 pm (MST) Episcopal Church Women Every first, th*rd and fifth Sunday HOly Com. munon Rev. Lewis COffin, Vicar ST, JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) Fairview, Montana 9:30 a.m -- Worship Service Rev Arlyn A. Russert, pastor PELLA EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (ALC) 411 West Main 8:15 a.m. -- Rev. Arthur Grorud, guest pastor Rev. Stanley Larsen, Minister" ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH (ALC) Fairview, Montana 10:00 am -- Worship Service Rev. Arthur N. Grorud, Pastor YELLOWSTONE COMMUNITY CHURCH Savage, Montana 10:00 am -- Church Bible School 1100 am -- Worship Service 7 30  "" Service of Fellowship and Praise 800 p,m. Wednesday -- Prayer and Bible Study Rev. James Lawrence, Pastor SPONSORED BY THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF THE LATTER-DAY SAINTS Fifth Street SW 8:30 a,m. -- Priesthood meeting 10:00 a.m. -- Sunday School 6:00 p.m. -- Sacrament meeting Monday Night -- Family Home Evening Tuesday 4:30 p.m. -- Primary Wednesday 7:30 p.m. -- Relief Society . Thursday 7:30 p.m.  MiA and Scout TROOP " J. Ross Wight, Branch President CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHUICH Richey, Montana 9:50 a.m. -- Sunday School 10:50 a,m. -- Worship Service 8:00 p.m. -- Evening Service Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. -- Family Night CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Fifth and Central 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service 7:30 p.m. -- Evening Grace Hour 8:00 p.m. Thursday _2 Prayer Meeting Groups Iev. Even Kaechele, Pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST Fourth and Ninth Avenue SW 10:00 a.m. -- Bible Study 11 : Og a.m. -- orSt,. 5ervie 7:30 p.m. -- Worship Service Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Midweek Service MariGn H. Hays, minister CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH Lambert, Montana I0:00 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 e.m. -- Morning Worship 7:30 p.m. -- Evening Service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid-Week ServiCe Rev. Everett W. Hanson, Pastor ASSEMBLY OF GOD 414 E. Main 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Morning Worship ServiCe 7:30 p.m. -- Evangelistic Service Mtl  7:;0 p:m, Tuesday- Young People's ThurSday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid.week Service Rev. Gene Vaale, pastor EBENEZER CONGREGATIONAL CH UII 11114th Avenue NW 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Morning Worship Service tt "l 2:30 p.m. -- German Language Prayer Rev. Everett Schoesler, Minister THE SIDNEY LIVESTOCK MARKET CENTER