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12 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1971 $cn 00larship Program Not Just An Award' "Students win more than awards an scholarships when they participate in the VFW Voice of Democracy Scholar- p Program," said Comm dr Marvin Woods of Post 4099, Sidney, in discussing the script- writing program conducted an- Montana Bureau Notes Mail Rate Because of increased costs, charges for postage and han- dlir will now be made on all publications and maps distri. buted by the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology. Charges to be made as fol- lows: Postage- actualc0st, round- ed off to nearest five cents, Handling -- packages of 1 or 2 publications 25 cents;-- pack- ages of 3 or 4 publications 50 cents; -- packages of 5 or more publications that require spe- cial wrapping $1; -- maps that can be folded and mailed in en- velopes, per envelope 25 cents; -- maps that must be mailed in small tubes 50 cents, and -- maps that must be mailed in large tubes $1. No charge will be made on small leaflets that can be mail- ed in a bJsiness-size envelope. IIII I nually by the Veterans of Forem Wars. Some of the fringe benefits, according to Woods, are ire creased self-confidence, great- er poise, the ability tocommun- lcate and valuable practice in expressing ideas clearly. For the state winners, there is also the broadening experience of a five - day tour of Washington, D. C., and the opportunity to make lasting friendshipwiththe other state winners. In the 10 years that the Vet- erans of Foreign Wars has heen sole sponsor of the Voice of Democracy Program, more than 4,000,000 high school stu- dents have participated. En- trants must write and thentape- record a three-to-five minute broadcast script expressing their personal views on their responsibility to freedom. From among the state winners, five national winners are chosen to receive a total of $22,500 in scholarships. "One of the grea.est benefits to young people who take part in the program is that by think- ing, writing and speaking on freedom's responsibility, they gain a better appreciation of democracy in a:tion, Wods said. For more information, con- tact the Sidney VFW. I I l { Bi LUCKY NUMBER - Monte Berry (left) took fourth place in the slow heat out of about 20 cars during the Mon-Dak Racing Association Event at Williston, Sunday, with Frances Johnson placing third in the powder puff event, beating out about 17 other cars. Dickey Moore (center) is the owner of the car, which was sponsored by Bi-State Co-op of Sidney and Fairview and W. L. Neu Construction of Fairview. All three are from Fairview. Signs Indicate Fall Season Each year, sure signs of the approacng fall season inMon- tana include cooler weather, birds flocking together prior to Great Plains Supply southward migrations and fren- zied- activity by sportsmen who are preparing their gear for the advent of annual hunting sea- 5 S' Steel U -Posts 4th Annual Got Acquainted Cash and Carry SALE Ends October 23 5" x 8' Butt Treated Corner Posts LIFETIME Baked on Enamel Aluminum Comb. Doors Right or Left Hand 13½ Ga. rbedWire 80 Rod Rolls Corral Rails Peeled 16" Lengths 20 year warranty Snow Fence 50' Rolls No. 2 Color Lap Siding Colors Green, Gold and Sand Now Only Sheep and Cattle Water Tanks Eloquent Pro-Finished Maple Pre-Assembled CABINETS Fits Any Kitchen Carload Prices 33 =189 oo Pre-Finished Mahogany Paneling Light and Dark Colors 4 x 8 Sheet 15% Discount Discount 2x 6 thru 2x 10 Good Framing Lumber q30 °° Per M 2 x 6 Utility Rough Lumber =9800 Per M COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED AT GREAT PLAINS SUPPLY WITH THE BEST BUYS IN EASTERN MONTANA ON RIGID FRAME GARAGES AND MACHINE SHOPS, POLE TYPE BUILDINGS FOR CAT- TLE AND MACHINE STORAGE. ERECTION CREWS AVAILABLE. Great Plains Supply Sidney, Montana SonS. Hunting, a traditional thing on the Montana scene, is popular in the Treasure State because suc- cess is good. This is particu- larly true in eastern Montana, even though hunters sometimes are undecided about what game they should try for. When a list of annual hunting seasonsis examined, this indecision is easily understood, since the hunter has a choice between 10 different game species at one time or another, or all at once, during the fall. On top ot this, fishing seasons remain open and fall fishing is also popular and successful. Following is a list of 1971 game seasons and bag limits for the eastern Montanahunter, provided by the Montana Fish and Game Department. Sage - Sharptailed Grouse, Sept. 11 - Nov. 14, 4 daily- 8 possession. Hungarian Partridge, Sept. 11 - Nov. 14, 6 daily- 12 possession. Pheasants, opens nnonOct.23 and the limit is to be set. Ducks (Central Flyway), Oct. 2 - Dec. 30, 100 plus points daily- 2 - day limit in possession. Geese (Central), Oct. 2-Dec. 30, 2 daily - 4 possession. Ducks (Pacific), Oct. 9 - Jan. 9, 6 daily - 12 possession (no more than 2 canvasback). Geese (Pacific), Oct. 9 -Dec. 5, 2 daily - 6 possession (no more than 2 Honkers). Deer and Elk Archery, Sept. 5 - Oct. 10, 1 Elk-Deer limits same as during gun season. Antelope Archery, Sept. 18- Oct. 9, I. Deer, Oct. 17-Nov. 28, 1 Mule deer and or 1 whitetail (check 1971 map) Elk (pec. permit), Dec. 5- Dec. 26, 1. Antelope (Spee. permit), Oct. 10- Nov. 7, 1. Hunting hours for all Montana game species, except water- fowl, are from one-halfheur he- fore sunrise until one-half hour after sunset. For waterfowl, the hours are one-half hour before sunrise until sunset. Hunters are reminded to re- spect private property while afield. To hunt big game onpri- rate land, landowner permis- sion is required. For additional information, hunters should consult the 1971 regulations or any Fish and Game Department personnel. Savings Bonds Close To Goal Sales of U. S. Savings Bonds through August totaled $150,000 in Richland County bringing the area to 75.7 per cent of its an- nual goal, county chairman, Charles P. Evanson, Sidney, re- ported tis week. The local volunteer said a report issued this week by Ben Brown, state director of the bond program, showed state- wide sales at 75.3 per cent, of annual quota, totaling $9,- 939,793 for the first eight months of this year. County and state sales totals show a marked increase over last year's sales which was attributed by $9,934,793 to the increase in bond interest rates to 2 per cent. Evanson said the bond pro- gram' s goal in 1971 is to reach $13,200,000 in state sales of which the county shareis$198,- 000. ii II T" Jim Jimison Excavating Water, Sewer and Gravel Back - Hoe Work Home Phone 482-2549 Mobil Phone 482-3751 Sidney, Montana "1 dig dirt ch.ap" _00XY- 00iomato Juice 2 "0* tins Kraft's Soft Parkay 2 • . 1 lb. Maxi-Cups •. • for Kraft's Velveeta • 0 • • • • ee 2 lb. box Nalley's IChili Con Carne 3 Nalley's Beef Stew 15oz. tins Nalley's Beef Tamales 15oz. tins Nalley's Lumberjack Syrup • •••• ••••• 24 OZ. bottles ••• each Nalley's Mayonnaise • ••••••• Quart Jar Sattler's Saturday S Cottage Bread and Filled Coffee Hamm's Dufner's Creamery BEER Butter 6 "°" 98€ 73’ tins lb. Imported- Flower Bulbs ••••••ForFaiIF;lanting••••••••b°X Morrell's Pride - All Meat Old Faithful - All IVat Sliced Bologna Weine# Pierce's Pennywise Bologna 3 Rings $1oOO Pennywise - AOrted Lunch 6 oz. $1 pkgs U. S. No. 1 Jumbo Yellow Onions 00 •0 O 00 • •00 •000 3 Washington Fancy Bartlett Pears ............ U. S. No. 1 Snoboy Fresh Cranberries