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2B - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Oct. 3,1973 A 0 Bowllna.. Stan,,:ngs LALONDE MIXED Spares 11 Gutterbells 10 Ten Pins 10 Headpins 8 8 Cherry Pickers 8 8 Strikes 7 9 Blows 7 9 Spills 3 13 High Team SerieS: Ten Pins, 2293; Blows, 2162; Headpins, 2132. High Team Game: Ten Pans, 781 and 764; Strikes, 749, High Ind. Series: Ray Kor- donowy, 500; Wayne Dardls, 484; Ken Werslend, 461. High Ind. Game: Ray Kor. donowy, 197; Wayne Dardis, 180; Ray Kordonowy and Ken Wersland, 164. GENDRON DRILLERS Housecats 13 3 Rustics 11 S Friday&apos;s Gels 10 6 Coffee Belles 9 7 Unpredictables 8 8 Tarettes 6 10 Almers 4 12 Hustlers 3 13 High Team Series: Rustics, 2099; Housecats, 2071; Coffee Belles, 2050. High Teem Game: Rustics, 738; Unpredictables, 727; Coffee Belles, 722. High Ind. Series: Donna Swanson, 492; Judy Lovegren, 468; Merge Thogersen, 465. High Ind. Game: Merge Thogersen, 191; Bernice Rudnlck, 175; Judy Lovegren, 17S. YELLOWSTONE Pizza House 12 4 Sidney Bowling Center 12 4 M & MGrain Co. 10 6 Sidney National Bank 7 9 Elk's Ladies 6 10 Montgomery Ward 6 10 Richland National Bank 6 10 Ranger Lounge 5 11 High Team Series: Sidney Bowling Center, 2719; M & M Grain Co., 2698; Richland National Bank, 2692. High Team Game: Montgomery Ward, 967; Sidney Bowling Center, 935 and 923. High Ind. Series: Jill Matthews, 523; Helen Mason, 521; Lll Elletson, 488. High Ind Game: Helen Mason, 203; Pat Harris, 190; Jill Matthews, 189. RICHLAND MEN'S Dan's Standard 8 4 Dunn inn 7 5 Farmer's Union 7 5 Sidney Livestock 6 2 Al's Conoco 6 6 Man*Kate Wagon 4 $ Westland 3 9 D&STIre 3 5 High Team Series: Don's Stan- dard, 2946; Dunn inn, 2912; Sidney Livestock, 2855. High Team Game: Dunn Inn, 1038; Dan's Standard, 1014; Man. Kate, 996, High Ind. Series: Ree Foster, 577; Joe Irfgoin, 575; Don Schmidt, 531. High ind. Game: Joe Irtgoin, 226; Jim Noble, 210; Ree Foster, 209. RANGER LOUNGE MIXED Misfits 11 S Lost Causes 10v 5V2 Lo Balls 10 O, Impossibtes 10 6 Hi Balls 9 7 Whatchacallems 61/ 9V Get Hats  4 12 Alley Cats 3  13 High Team Series: Hi Balls, 2282; Lost Causes, 2254; Lo Balls, 2202 High Team Game: Hi Balls, 810; Lost Causes, 794; Imposslbles, 784. High Series  Men' Terry Cayko, 508; Richard Cayko, 494; Dale ThomaS, 487 High Game . Men: Richard Local Item Mr. and Mrs. George Mllne and daughter, Mrs. Floyd Candee, Poplar, returned home Thursday from Roosevelt, Utah, where they visRed Mr. and Mrs. Mark Carpenter and their new grandsnn, Jody Alan. He was born Sept. 20. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carpenter. Roy Benison and sons, Michael and Peter, Lewtsvllle, Tex., recently visited the boys' grandmother "Best a mar", Edmi Wilson for a week. Also vlsing were her daughter, Suzie Huntington, Escondido, Calif., and her son, Dold Bon, flelena. Cayko, 194; Dale Thomas, 201; QUAD'SLEAGUE 5 Arnold Huether, 187. Roblnettes 11 $ 6 High Series - Gels: Helen Mason, MeadowLarks 10 6 6 528; Elaine Trudell, 459; LII Alerts 10 6 Ellatson, 444. Perk Ups 8 8 High Ind. Game - Gels: Helen Earty Birds 6 10 Mason, 202; Elaine Trudell, 178; Peacocks 3 13 Edna Bahia, 172. High Team Series: Meadow Larks, 2166; Robtnettes, 21; MINT CAFE Alerts, 2096. COFFEE LEAGUE High Team Game: Meadow Folger4 11V2 4'/z Larks, 779; Peacocks, 729; Edwards 11 S Roblnettes, 726. Sanke IOV2 5V2 High Ind. Series: Pat Hartle, 513; Neehes 10 6 Merge Thogersen, 493; Donna Hills Bros. 6 10 Stamp, 441. Chase and Sanborn 6 10 High Ind. Game: Merge ButterNut 6 10 Thogersen, 203; Pat Hattie, 180; M,J,B. 3 13 Merge Thogersen and Jerry Black, High Team Series: Folgers, 2291; 172. Chase and Sanborn, 2254; Sanka, 2253. GROVES - KELCO High Team Game: Hills Bros., Reckless Ones 14 2 798; Hashes, 793. Road Runners 11 5 High Ind. Series: Helen Mason, Jollyo's 8 8 579; Merge Thogersen, 562; LII SparaTIres 8 8 Elletson, 4119. Night Owls 7 9 High Ind. Game: Helen Mason, Four Roses 6 10 213 end 194; Merge Thogersen, 207. Mamas and Papas 5 11 Fearsome Foursome 5 11 CIVIC LEAGUE High Team Series: Mama and Moose No. 2 113 67 Papas, 2267; Four Roses, 2104; Pizza House No. 2 110 70 Reckless Ones, 2097. SldnayPeavey 110 70 High Team Game: Mamas and Junso's Gambles 104 76 Papas, 705 and 781; Road Runners, Dutch Mill 93 87  754. B,.StateCo.opNo. 2 90 . H,ghSer,es-Men: T. Gossand Pass defense ColllnsMercantlle. 80 100 Bob GOSs, 517; John Borg, SO0; Ed D& E Cycle 20 160 Joslln, ,m0 Two Alexander defenders break up an at- High Team Series: Collins High Game-Men: TedGoss, 193; Mercantile, 2861; Bl.State Co-op, Bill ValleJo, 191; Bob Gags, 189. tAlBJd Graham pass play during football 28S8; Junso's Gambles, 2804. High Series - Women: Pat Hattie, High Team Game: Collins 458; Mary Carter, 426; Doris Mercantile, t020; Junso's Gambles, Valtelo, 423 .  ;.:.: .. .-.-.....--.--....V.....-.........--....--...---.....-.---......`.-.-...X-...... ".'.-.-.-.;........................................,.<.....'......,........ . 1009; Bl.State Co.op, 976. High Game Woman: Pat Hartle, ;-:--':-.;.-.-:.--.`-.-..--.....-..-.'.......V-'.---.....`....-......-.-.-:--.%..;:;..%.` ................. . .......... ....;..-.'.'.'.'.',.'.'.'.'.'.%,.%..% High Series: Gene Roth, 537; ROSs 173; Lucille Jensen, 163; Pat Hattie,  mONTNNN McCulloch, 523; Gene jansen, $19. 161. High Game: Gene Jansen, 213; Tom Scheetz, 191; Ray Kordonowy, 189. i M.RC.A.T County given  =''= === == == = +.o, : ou Moedowgo,d Oa,ry 10 school money Bowling Center VFW Ranger Bar 7 '. Star Bar 6 6 The first payment of state Herb's Enco 3 9 equalization funds to public BY ffrEVE BAYLEaS ducks, season ends on Jan. 6 - and in Bull Mountains on Nov. Sonny's Country Shop 3 13 schools for the 1973 - 74 school Montana Department of duck bag limit is 5 daffy and 10 11. High Team Series: Bowling Center, 2887; VFW, 2854; year has been made by Fish and Game in possession, but not more Nov. 10--fur season opens MoadOwgoid Dairy, 2803. Superintendent of Public in- With state hunting seasons in than one canvasback in bag or for mink, muskrat, marten, High Team Game: VFW, 1012; stlcUon Dolores Colburg. fullrfL,now, abrieout]ineof possession, goose daffy and otter End beaver Bowling Center, 987 and 964. High Series: Terry Verhasselt,  September payment of the vaHons dates and bag possession limit is 6, but not Nov. 30 .-- general fishing 539; Tim Lorenz, 538; Gene Settler, $10,9,878 is 20 per cent of the limits may prove useful These, more than 2 Cansdas or I Ross', season closes 536. High Game: Gary Miller, 219; total state annual equalization of course, vary with dLfferent except that west of Continental Hunting Hours - with the Tim Lorenz. 213; Walt Quilling, 202. aid for the schopl year and is parts of the state, so use the Divide, seasonallimit is 6 geese exception of duck and goose one of flve seperete payments, following only as a general -(WldstliugSwanseasonopens hunting, and opening day for MAJOR LEAGUE Sidney Lanes 124 56 Tbefourotberpeymentsthis guide. For specific areas, to permit holders in Teton turkeys and pheasants, Ell Midland Lumber Co. 122 88 fiscal year will be made Jan. 30 check your local newspaper or County on Oct. 6 and closes on Montana hunting seasons run Action Auto 94 86 Pizza House 88 92 (15 per cent of the total), Feb. contact a Department of Fish Jan. 6.) from one-half hour before. Sldney National Bank 88 *2 28 (15 per cent), March 30 (15 and Game office or employe. Oct. 14 -- general antelope sunrtseuntflone-halfhourafter Sidney Plumbing 81 W per cent) and June 30 (35 per Sept. 23-- southeast Montana season begins - season ends on sunset. Duck and game hunting Sidney Electric 62 118 RichlandNational Bank 61 119 cent), turkey season opens - season Nov. 11 hours are from one-ha hour High Team Series: Midland Richland County received  ends onOct. 25. Oct. 21 -- genera] deer and before sunrise unti] sunset, and Lumber, 2951; Sidney Lanes, 2901; Pizza House, 2880 $141,916. Sept. 29 -- duck and goose elk season opens - season ends the turkey and pheasant season High Team Game: Midland hunting opens in Central on Nov. 25 opens at noon. Lumber, 1050; Sidney Lanes, 988; O 21 -- pheasant season Lots of luck, and remember, Pizza House, 972. Flyway - season ends for geese opens at 12:00 noon state law now requires you to .,o. ser,es: Ward .ed,,.. 5.; Zeiszler gets on Dec. 30. and for ducks on Ran Carter, 546; Bill Stelnbelsser, Oct. 21 -- turkey season stop at checking stationB, 541. Nov. 27 - duch season reopens opens in Knowlton and Bull request permission from High Game: Ward Redlln, 203; j Robert Paterson, 201; Dean secretary ob onDec, l and onde on Dee. 30 - Mountains aroas - season closes private landowners, and stay action at Alexander's homecoming Friday. The two teams tied 8 - 8 in a hard - fought battle. ' Beth teams are fightin_g for their conference Utle. -- Wflliston Herald Photo Public help req to stop game vi Have you ever witnessed a game law violation and wished you could do something about it? You could, and your help is betug aed. Fish and Game Director, Wesley Woodgerd, has asked Local students enroll in NCB Four area students have enrolled in the National College of Busineu at Rapid City, S. D., for the fall term. The students include Charles Brown and Mary Brown, Richey; Maureen Johnston, Richey, and Stephen Pust, Savage. Charles is the son and Mary is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brown of Richey. Miss Johnston is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Johnston of Rlcbey. Pust is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pust, Savage. Rural teachers attend instffute On Sept. 21, the rural teachers from Richland, Dawson, Mccone, Roosevelt, Sheridan and Wibaux counties attended the annual Teachers' Institute held in Sidney in the Library Basement. Robert Crebo and Lyle Eggum of the State Depart- ment of Public InBtrucUon conducted the session. In the morning Crebo had a workshop on music. In the afternoon he presented many facets of the forthcoming teacher evaluation. A welcoming committee o Chamber of Commerce members served coffee and doughnuts during regtratton.. duck bag limit is based on the in Knowlton area on Nov. 25, on established roads or trails. Williams, 200. The Samothrace Business paint s for COMMERCIAL Otixm at, UND- LEAGUE CredltUnion 1. 57 recent]y held election& a" ry's QuliHngs 154 71 Elected officers are: Carol in hag or poe=don - (Little ThogerserMotors 118 io7 Brevlk, a returniug sophomore brown crime season in Phillips UBC 111 114 Elks No. 3 102 123 from Epping, president; County only from Sept. 29 Reynolds 97 128 Debble Robb, a freshman from through Nov. 4 - dally limit is 3 TrtpleA Implement 90 135 Holly Sugar 6S 160 Williston, student senate and possession limit, 6.) High Team Game: Thogersen representative; Vorm/e Boneas, Motors, 1092;Reyrmlds, 1031;Credlt a froalan from' ])wbelb, Oct. 6 -- duck and. goose Union, 1019. High Team Series: Thogersen trealmrer; Sally Bohmhach, a hunting opens in Pacific Motors, 3039; Credit Union, 3015; freshman from Charlson, Flyway - so4umn ends for geese ++ Pork Wh High Ind. Series: Wtllmer Lorenz, reporter; and Janet ZeisJer on Dec. 9 east of divide, and 603; Ran Carter, 586; Bill Stein- from Sidney, Montana, Dec. 30 west of divide - for be,.er, ,75.  ale High ind. Game: Bill Stein- belsser, 240; Roy Hartle, 223; Salnot'ace is affiliated with HOURS: 8 - 5:20 PHONE 747-5441 wulmer Lorenz, 221 the Business and Professional or Rib BOWL,NG Women's Organization of Drug team to Fairview, Montana Loins Open Mon., Wed. and Friday till S p.m. H all R ICHLAND WOMEN'S Wilton. ViSit schools Through Beet Harvest Sidney Livestock 12 4 Credit Union 11 5 Reynold's 9 7 Venereal Two members of the 9th Russe,l'sNPket 8 s Infantry von x,ug Abuse USDA Good PopSlCO,. 8 8 Disease teamwiliholdrEpseulnnswith USDA Good McDonald's 8 g FalrviewBenk 6 10 Montana's junior and senior high school Whole -+++ '" Beef Hgh Te,m Seres: Cred, Umon, 'Silent Epidemic' students here OCt. 8. 100 lh. Ave. 2813; Russell's Market, 2687; To learn about The two - member team, Falrvlow Bank, 2679. Beef High Team Game: Credit Union, symptoms or treatment comprised of Edward S. 99S and 977; Russell's, 951. or to order free Brewster and Pamela D. High Ind+ Series: Helen Mason, educational material 'lU, W Oer interested 547; Pat Hartle, 474; Lois Balcer, Call FREE students a short dissertation on + "' Sides High Ind. Game: Pst Hartle, 198; 1-800-332-2288 the problems encountered Ragna Lee, 191; Helen Mason, 181.  ..... scheduledalcohlthrongh abnse of drug andand thenmeetingsOpen up forthe hucks + questions fm the students. This is the second such visit to Montana by the unit, which is USDA Inspected Fresh Dressed Whole based at Fort Lewis, Wash. Fryer for The shirt pocket - formation rec  to a]d forcemont. The provide a handy record game law The lnformat should be nearest fish and soon as poble incident. Many result of reporting reporting of Woodgerd asmtance help insure good and that opporUty to tana's wildlife in s RE4# Justins are r=rn' ocher I.ts are That's bec= build =ch mum dur=bili =nd comforl. fast =nd hard se Just/ns. Merca Bill Rehbei Lambert, Mont. Absolutely No H, Without Written Permi M EAT PRICES Check our LOW, LOW Prices.q! 0 - 350 LB. AVE. CUT AND WRAPPED Check TheSe Low PriCes, Plus Many More tn 0ur stord! USDA CHOICE Tip Swan's Brownie Seniors that hey. .=.=, xA Pork Loin USDAChoice Boneless + Are .ost Pariieulor... =,.,, + Round Steak MORE SENIORS ARE PHOTOGRAPHED AT THE ARTICE STUDIO. WHY? "C'e HERE ARE GOOD RICASONS. your home against hazards.fire $ 49 $ +Fair pices ..... + Large variety of proofs presented. Don't gve +The finest professional finishing and quality, fire a +Portraits retouched to the highest degree of quality, place to , +Glossy for TeErbook, class seals and free  start!"  personal+zed calendar, lb. lb. So A re we t  r. 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