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.-- 8- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1971 ,= : Experience Prompts Troop, Center Action On the ay home to Sidney from a camp-out at the Fort Peck reservoir, Sidney Boy Scout Troop 190 and their lead- er, Dr. Ross Wight, witnessed the rae fire which virtually destroyed the town of Oswego. The fire, which was fanned bY high winds on Sept. 11, left 14 families homeless, 10 of which were Indian families. The experience of witness- ing the fire and its accompany- ing devastation prompted the troop into action. The follow- lng week the 18 seoutscanvass- ed Sidney, gathering clothing, furniture and household items for the victims. Their efforts resulted in a truckload of goods for the faro- ilies involved. A truck and driv- er, donated by the Northern Plains Soil and Water Research Center, a facility of theUSDA&apos;s Agricultural Research Service located in Sidney, delivered the material to Wolf Point to meet the emergency. Dr. Wight is employed by the Center as a range scientist. The Scout Troop is sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The Research Center has conducted studies on the Fort Peek Reservation concerned with improved methods of es- tablishing grassed waterways and range treatments to in- crease infiltration of spring snowme It. GIRARD AREA NEWS GTA's Annual Meet JCPenney OPEN EVERY Wednesday Night Until 8:30 FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE By TERRY JOHNSON Mrs. Frank Daniels, Mrs. Dale Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Johnson nm at the Jerry Redlin home, Tuesday, to pre- pare for the annual GTA meet- ing, Wednesday evening. This was the first year Sidney GTA served a dinner at the annual meeting. Members of the Gi- rard Farmers Union Local served. Mrs. Jack Conroy attended the tea for the Cancer Drive Workers held at theElks, on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Einer Jensen returned recently from their vacation, when they visited the Tom Christiansens, Columbia Falls, and their daughter and son-in-law, the John Hawleys, kane. Hawley is attending Kimnan University. From there, they went to Kent and Federal Way, Wash., tO visit their sons, Clyde and Gordon Jelsen and also to Su- quanish, Wash., to spend a few days with Mrs. Jensen' s mother, Ruth Stephens. Leaving Suquanlsh, they visit- ed with the Jerry Erickson's, Scio, Ore., completing the trip with tours through the Grand Teton and Yellowstone Park. Miss Margaret 'and Elizabeth Blake of Seattle, Wash., return- ed to their home after spending a month with their aunt and un- cle, Mr. andMrs. Einer Jensem Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Einer Jensen host<l a fried 0y- ster dinner at their home. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Con Simonsen, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Conroy, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Danielsj Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wick and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lewis, Mr. and Mr s. Marvin Kilen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Salsbury and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Delp and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hawley and Robin. Einer and his son, Clyde, picked and cleaned the oysters when the Jensens were inWa.sho ington on their vacation. The oyster bed was formerly own- ed by Mrs. Ruth Staphens. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peter- sen and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Johnson attended the Trinity Lutheran Parish Board of Ed- ucation meeting held at the Frank Daniels home, Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daniels drove to Billings this weekend to visit their daughters, Amy and Becky, who are enrolled at Eastern. While in Billings, the Daniels were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elle and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Arneson. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Salsbury Howard Smith were dtoner guests of the Marvin Kllen's, Sunday. Later in the afternoon, they visited the Varlock Syths in their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Con Slmonsen attended the Threshing Bee in Culbertson, Sunday. ! ,Rambling Along I t &  ,q ,qmD. ,lP ,elb im.l I-= ,=. # ,p G--J. G. J. Prices have been very actiye on calves and yearlings. I am sure these samples from the 15th illustrate these facts: 40 Hereford steer calves, 333 lbs., 49.00; 38 heifers, 327 lbs., 44.60; 17 black and white heif- ers, 292 lbs., 43.50; 18 Angus steers, 347 lbs., 44.75; 17black heifer calves, 315 lbs., 42.35; 68 Hereford steers, 690 lbs., 34.90; 47 Hereford steers, 666 lbs., 34.90; 20 Hereford steers, 555 lbs., 36.25; 39 black and white steers, 756 lhs., 34.00; 22 black and white steers, 801 lbs., 33.50; 1 cow 1935 lbs., 22.50or $435;, 64 heifers, 613 lbs., 32.90. Looking ahead, we expect both good local demand andgoed ont- aide demand onealves andyear- New Committee Studies Controls A new Environmental Com- mittee is being set up by the Montana Stockgrowers Assoc- Iation, Mons Teigen of Helena, MSGA Executive Secretary, explains that the new group will study predator control, pesticides, herbicides, strip mine reclam- ation and other environmental problems. Teigen said, "In view of the many vital matters of environ- mental concern facing the beef industry, the MSGA Executive Committee has a real respon- sibili both to beef producers and to the public." The new committee will be made up of persons repre- seating all districtsinthe state. i i [ lings as well as for all classes of cows, Demand for feeder lambs should be good, too. The beet harvest Is under way, wtfl a good crop. The corn harvest is completed, also a good crop. Feed crops in outside areas are generally reported very good and surely that means strong demand and goodprlees. Plan ahead if YOU can on any dispersion or any special con- signment. We fully advertise, advise buyers early and eom- pletely plan your sale to assure that top dollar. We sure have the facilities to properly handle any kind of livestock. 28-Day Calf Conditioning The Calf Defender Fights diase and death dur- ing weaning * Weans calves in 28-days with extra gairm o Available in custom or om. plete rations Regimter here for a chance to win a pair of Tony Lama boots. Your choice of everal styles. Sidney, Montana Phone482.1304 s. n ,,.., |ILll I J L ATTENTION No Hunting on the  Ranch South Absolutely of Enid in Richland and Dawson Counties. Fritz Rehbein i I (33tc CONCERNED CITIZENS - Sidney Boy Scout Troop 190, with the aid of leader, Dr. Ross Wight and the Northern Plains Soil and Water Research Center, Sid- ney, gathered articles for victims fo the Oswego fire, which the troop observed Sept. 11. Employment Scene An estimated 17,200 unem- ployed workers are currently seeking jobs in a labor mar- ket now starting to decline for the winter season. These unemployed represent 5.9 per cent of the state's civilian labor force and ex- clude about 5,800 workers idled by the copper strike accord- ing to Fred Barrett, chairman of the Employment Security Commission. The 2,863 unemployed work- ers who received state and federal unemployment insur- ance checks last week repre- sented but 16.6 per cent of the total unemployment figure. State unemployment insur- ance checks for 2,447 claim- ants totaled $97,312 with fed- eral funds of $18,343 paid the claims of 416 unemployed fed- eral civilian workers and ex- servicemen, Barrett said. The Employment Security Commission trust fund balance stood near the $25 million mark last week. Reflecting the end of the tour- ist season, job declines were most noticeable at national parks, resort areas andinmain street trade and service firms. There was still good demand, however, for food industry workers at Billings, Helena, Libby and Missoula. Farm labor demand eased off except in those areas pre- paring for the sugar beet, po- tato and Christmas tree har- vests. Sidney repo/'ted a slight shortage of farm hands. More postive labor market aspects included good job lev- els in construction, lumhering and logging, with more new hiring in the latter; a job po- tential of 40 for new mobile home manufacturing firm at Miles City; more oil field jobs at Shelby; new hiring at the Columbia Fall s aluminum plant; and start of work on a $400,000 Wolf Point motel. Sidney, with 31 claims, did not change from the prior week. / ? HONORED COUPLE - Mr. and Mrs. delegates to the state meeting of the Aging at Helena, were guests of the Citizens, Sept. 23. P. O. Box 432 Phone: Getting a Farm or Home Loan? For your Title Work Ask For SIDNEY ABSTRACT 118 South Central Ave. Sidney, Montana Dennis V. Sundheim President Curtis I. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1971 Sale Time: 10:00 a.m. .Free Coffee All Location: 8 Miles North of Culbertson or 6 Miles South of Froid Farm Machinery 2 - John Deere 8' Hoe Drills, Trip Shank, 10" Spacing w/Fertilizer Attachments. Only 2 Years Old - Like New 1 - 12' John Deem Double Disc Press Drill w/Fertilizer Attachment 1 - Drill Carrier 1 - 4 Bottom Plow - Packer and Pony Press Drill 1 - 16' John Deere Flex Tiller 1 - Model 100 John Deere 20" Wing Tool Bar 1 - Model 650 14' Tool Bar 1 - 14' John Deere Rotary Hoe 1 - 11' John Deare Tandem Disc 1 - 11' John Deem C C Cultivator 1 - Model 896 John Deere Side Delivery Rake 1 - No. 5 John Deem Mower 1 - New Holland Super 66 Baler w/Engine Shop Tools Fencing Tools 1 - Model G. B. M M Diesel Tractor w/Duals 1 - Cement Mixer Corner Lamp 1 - Model U. B. M M Diesel Tractor Furniture Vanity 1 Model M I HC Farmall w/Wide Front Stoves - Electric - Gas - Wood Easy Chair 1 Super 92 Massey Combine 14"' Header - Wooden Table - 3 Chairs Rocker Good Condition 1 Model 21 Masse/Combine 14 Header .,=.= , Good Condition Ag B  1 10' Melroe Pickup Attachment Large DavenP ort Refrigerator 1928 Buick - Running Condition 1929 Model A Truck - Good Running Condition 1929 Buick Coupe 1934 Buick 7 Passenger Limousene - Running Model T Tools 2 2 Well Rope Pulleys Sulky Plow Single Tree- Double Tree - Neck Yokes Wood Beam Walking Plow Buggy Shafts Wagon Seat Springs Wire Leg Bar Stool Forge Old Coal Heater Kerosene Lamps Kerosene Lanterns Gas Lamps Wash Boards Brass Bed Wooden Frame Old Kitchen Wagon Jack 2 Hand Corn Model T Wheels 1 - Boom Type Weed Sprayer 1 - 27' Grain Auger w/Carrier and Motor 1 - 1959 I HC 2 Ton 2 Speed Truck Box and Hoist This Truck Has a New Motor w/Less Than 1000 Miles 1 - 4 Section Fire Drag and Hitch 1 - 4 Wheel Trailer on Rubber and Flat Bed 1 - Bale Elevator 1 - Spring Tooth 1 - 10" IHC Burr Mill 1 - 500 Gallon Water Tank 1 - 14' Larson Boat w/10 H. P. Johnson Motor 1 - Wild Oat Cleaner (Barrel Type) - Antique +: Ice Saw 2 Old Style Bushel Scoops Old Fender Luggage Rack for Running Boar Old Chairs Butter CroWD Coal Scuttles Piano Stool Attwater - Kent Battery Radio Old Picture Frames Auctioneers Note - Most all of the gems ere ' good condition so don't miss this =ale Crock chur Crock Blue 6 Crock 15 ft. Stack Frame Many More Items Too Numerous to Ronald Torgersow+Lic. k]Leey, ktmm mesBieber- Lic. 67 125 E D SORBE L (Ow'n Bonded ! TERMS CASH Posting of this Sale Bill in public places and delivery of copies to creditors will serve as compliance with New Uniform Cel Code Law.