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4 RIANGLE The Country Projects Entertainment ---.- .- ;- Every Night Except Monday. Legal Notices . TO CREDITORS R. Boe, de- ; IS HEREBY GIVEN, Ella Boe, -with-the- of the estate of deceased, to the and all persons against the said them with vouchers within after the first notice, tothe law offices 212 Central Sidney, Cotmty of 15th clay of Septem- ELLA BOE South Box 953 PL 22, 29; Oct. 6, APPLICATION OF RETAIL ! hereby given that of September, BAHIAS fil- Montana Liquor an application of retail liquor the location of BAR, LOT 17, MAIN STREET. RICHLAND tobeused location Of EYL- LOT 16, BLOCK LAMBERT, MONT" if any there of such be heard at tim A. M., of October, of tbe Mont- Board in 27, 1971, T. Shea, Ad- 13, 1971) DEMOCRATIC JCPenney OPEN EVERY Wednesday Night Until 8:30 FOR YOL/R SHOPPING CONVENI[&apos;NCt + are hereby wiH the in Sidney, P.M., Oct. 25, the convention the Demo- Commit- by law, and Rlhland County Central Corn- 13, 20, 1971) STATEMENT REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF AUGUST 24, 1912, AS AMENDED BY THE ACTS OF MARCH 3, 1933, AND JULY 2, 1946 (Title 39, United States Code, Section 233) shnwing the ownership, management and circulation of The Sidney Her- ald, published weekly atSidney, Montana, for October 6, 1969. 1. The names and addresses of the publisher, editor, manag- ing editor, and business mana- gers are: Publisher, The Sidney Herald, a corporation, Sidney, Montana; Editor, Bonita M. Ditschman, Sidney, Mont., Msn- aging editor, Jackie Anderson, Sidney, Montana; Business man- ager, Jackie Anderson, Sidney, Montana. 2. The owner is: The Sidney Herald, a corporation, Sidney, Montana; the names and ad- dresses of the stockholders owning or holding ore per cent (1) or more of the total amount of stock are The Will. ston Her- ald, a corporation, Williston, North Dakota. 3. The known bondholders, mortgages, and other security holders owning or holding I per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other se- curities are: The Sidney Nation- al Bank, Sidney, Montana, and The American State Bank, Will- iston, North Dakota. 4. Paragraphs 2 and 3 include in cases where the stockholder or security holder appear s upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fidu- ciary relation, the name of the person or corporation foe whom such trustee is acting; also the statements in the two para- graphs show the affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not ap- pear upon the books of the com- pany as trustees, hold stockand securities in a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner. 5. The average nmnber of cop- ies of each issue of this publi- cation sold or distributed. through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the 12 months preceding the date shown above was: (This in- formation is required from daily, weekly, semi-weekly and trl - weekly newspapers only); 3800  Jackie Anderson Managing Editor Sworn to and subscribed be- fore me tis 30thday ofSeptem- her, 1971. (Publish Oct. 13, 1971) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of ANNA L. TORGER- SON, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned Mervin A. Torgerson, Administrator of the Estate of Alma L. Torger- son deceased, to the creditors of and allpersons having claims against the saiddeceased, toex- hibit them with the necessary vouchers within four (4) months alter the firstpubHcation of this notice, to the said Mervin A. Torgerson, Administrator at the law offices of Milton G. Anderson, Attorney for the Es- tate, located in the Sidney Drug Sture Building, Sidney, Mon- tana, P. O. Box 73, the place appnted for the transaction Of the business of the estate inthe County of Richland. Dated Oct. 6, 1971. MERVIN A. TORGERSON Administrator Of the Estate of ANNA L. TORGERSON, Deceased. MILTON G. ANDERSON P. O. Drawer 73 Located in Sidney Drug Store Building, Sidney, Montana 59270 Attorney for Administrator (Publish Oct. 6, 13, 20 and 27, 1971) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of CARRIE A. WIT- ZIG, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned Mrs. L.J. Verhasselt, Executrix of the Estate ot Carrie A. Witzig, de- ceased, to the creditors Of and all persons having claims ngalnst the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four (4)months after the firstpubHcationofthis notice, to the said Mrs. L. J. Verhasselt, Executrix atthe law ofllces of Milton G. Anderson, located in the Sidnay DrugStore Building, Sidney, Montana, Post Office Address: Box 73, Sidney, Montana 59270, the place ap- pointed for tho transaction of the business of the estate in the Coun of Richland. Dated Oct. 6, 1971, MRS. L. J. VERHASSELT Executrix of the Estate of Carrie A. Witzig, de- ceased. MILTON G. ANDERSON P. O. Drawer 73 Located in Sidney Drug Store Buildi, Sidney, Mont., 59270 Attorney for Executrix (publish Oct. 6, 13, 20, and 27, 197D IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE EVENTH JUDICIAL DIB- TRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA, INAND FOR THE COUNTY OF RICHLAND -IN THE +'r'IER OF THE ,ESTATE OF LESLIE R. WII.e LIAMS, Deceased. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL AND. ISSUANCE OF LET- TERS TESTAMENTARY. Pursmmt to an Order made in the above eut/tled matter on fle 27th d of September, 1971; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Petitim for Probate of Will of Leslie R. Williams and fro" the Issuone otLetters Tes- tanumt--y to Cleone Williams has been filed in this Court, and that Wedmsday, the 20th d of October, 1971 at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day, in the Court Room of said Court, in the Court House in the City of Sidney, Richland County, Montana, has been appointed as the time and place for hear- ing said Petition, when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same and show cause, if any he has, why said Petition should not be granted. Dated this 27th day of Sep- tember, 1971. ILENE DAWE Clerk of the District Court (COURT SEAL) MILTON G. ANDERSON P. O. Drawer 73 Located in Sidney Drag Store Building, Sidney, Montana 59270 Attorney for Petitioner (Publish Sept. 29, Oct. 6, 13, 1971) IN THE DLSTRICT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF RICHLAND IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF VICTOR R. STROM- biER, Deceased. NOTICE OF TIME AND PLACE FOR HEARING PETI- TION FOR PROBATE OF WILL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a petition for probate of the Last Will and Testament of Victor R. Sommer, deceased, and fur issuance of Letters of Administration - with - the- Will - Annexed thereon to David Lynn Strommer has been filed in rids Court, and that Wednes- day, the 27th day of October, 1971, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said d, or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, in the Court room of the Courthouse tn the City of Sidney, C ot Bieh- land, State of Montana, has been set as the time and place for hearing said petition, when and where any person interested m appear and contest the same and show cause, ff  they have, why said petition should not be granted. Dated this 1st day of Octo- ber, A. D., 1971. ILENE DAWE Clerk of District Court (COURT SEAL) PAUL H. CRESAP 212 Central Avenue Sou P. O. Actress: Box 953 Sidney, Montana A'ney forPeUtioner (Publish Oct. 6, 13 and 20, 1971) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL DIS- TRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANT, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF RICHLAND In the matter of the Estate of FRANK J. KAPPEL, De- ceased. NOTICE OF TIME SET FOR PROVING WILL AND HEAR- ING APPLICATION FOR LET- TERS TESTAMENTARY T Edith A. Cray Rites Conducted ,T TABLES-Determining Hunting THE FOLLOWING TABLES ARE BASED ON MOUNTKIN STANDABD TIME. TO DETERMINE DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME. ADD ONE (1) HOUR. comrtu mabe,  Jmmk m. rmmm, Pmm.  Ookbm V. lmddmL Gram, IMllwmm, Cm4mL Yelnlo. oral ! llem.  + OCTOllEll NO 8: 7 ............ 6:24 5:46 3 ....... 7:03 8 ........... 6:26 5:44 4 .......... 7:05 9 ....... 8:27 5:42 5 ....... 7:045 10 ....... 6:29 5:41 6 . . . 7:08 11 6:30 5:39 7 7:09 12 ........... 6:31 5:37 6 ......... 7:11 13 .......... 6:33 5:35 9 ....... 7:12 14 ........ 6:34 5:33 l0 ........... 7:14 15 ......... 5:36 5:31 II ........ 7:15 ........... 12 .... 7:17 15 6:37 5:29 17 ......... 5:3 5:27 13 ........... 7:I$ 5:18 10 ....... 6:40 5:26 14 . .. 7:20 6:14 19 .... 6:41 5:24 15 ........... 7.'21 @:12 20 __.__ 8".43 5:22 16 .......... 7:23 @:10 21 .... 6:44 5:20 17 ......... 7:24 I1:0 22 . +. 6:48 5;18 18 ......... 7:  23 8:47 5:17 19 7:27 24 __ 6:t9 5:15 20 ............ 7:28 25 6:50 5:13 7:50 21 -- 8' 5:12 22 ..... 7:31 2"/ -- 6:53 5:10 23 ....... 7"J=  5:00 24 .... 7"J4 ___+ 6:51 5.'0 ,/ 25 ..... 7:3S : .... 6:57 5:05 215 ........ 7:37 _ $1 : 5:04 27 7:58 ..... 7:  29 ...... 7:40 l 70 5.'02 30 .......... 7:4 2 .-- 7:1 $:01 amumt =::. ..... 4:59 4:S8 4:56 4:55 4:53 4:52 4:51 4:4 4:48 4:47 4:46 4:45 4:43 4:42 4:41 4:40 4:39 4: 4: 4:37 4:36 4: 4:;34 4:32 4.-32 4:51 Funeral services for Edith < Cray, 76, were held at 2 p.m., Friday, Oct. 8, 1971, at Fulker- son Memorial Chapel in Sidney + with the Rev. Dwight Harshman oflciating. PRUhearers were Leonard Berry, Bill Moore, Bill Sever- ance, Harry Payette, James Starr and David Williams. Vo- cal selections were "Beyond the Sunset," "Just A Closer Walk," "The Lord Is My Shep- herd" and "Precious Memo- ries." Burial was in Falrview Cem- etery. Fulkerson Funeral Home was In charge of arrangements. Edith Arma Cray was born Feb. 6, 1895, in Marshall, Ill., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ashworth. She married Glen Cray, Nov. 5, 1920, at Circle. They moved to Falrview in 1928 to farm in the Big Opening. Her husband, Glen, died in January, 1948. She moved to California in 1955. She died Monde7, Oct. 4, 1971, in Lawdale, Calif. Survivors include four sons, William of Washington; Glenn Jr. of Alexander, N. D.; Cur- tis of Lawndale, Calif., and Vern of Dore, N. D.; three daughters, Mrs. Eugene (Re- becca) Csgle, Lawndale, Calif.; Mrs, Ben (Alice) Peterson, In- glewood, Calif.; and Mrs, Paul (Mary) Cannon of Escondido, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Helen .aveIns 0 Arv Cat., and Mrs. Mne Montgomery of Mar- shall, Ill.; 19 grandchildren and five great - grandchildren. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that there has been presented to the Court an instrument, lmrporting to be the Last Will and Testament of FRANK J. KAPPEL Deceased, and that a. Petition has been filed with said court for the probate of the same as his Last Will and Testament, and for the issuance of Letters Testa- mentary to Albert Kappel; and that Wednesday, the 3rd day of November, A. D, 1971, at 10:00 o'Clock a.m. of said day, at the CurtrOom of Said Court, in the Com'thouse, at the City of Sidney, Rlchiand County, MonUma, has been set as the t/me and place for the proof of sam Will, and for the hear- lg of said Petitimb at which time and place mW and all per- smss interested in said estate m appear in opposition there- to, and contest c file object- ions to the same, as prov/ded by law. Dated at Sidney, Moutana, rids ,6th day of October, 1971. nene Dawe, Ckrk of the District Court V. G. KOCH Hours Attorneyat Law Attormy for Estate Post +Office and Business address: :Cse, Box 831 Sidney, Montsna (COURT SEAL) (Publish Oct. 13, 20 and 27) The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, October 13, 1971 - 1 1 KUITE A K R EWI - Twenty-two members were inducted during 1970 and '71 to the Sidney Kiwanis Club, with Gary Morken (front, second from left), chairman of the Membership and Development Committee credited with recruiting 17 of them. The new Kiwanians (some of them) were on hand for a picture recently, including (not necessarily in order) Johnny P. Schmitt, Calvin J. Oraw, Ben G. Nordell, Robert W. Miller, Oscar L. Anderson, Harold Mercer, Arnold A. Brown, Maurice M. Sandmeyer, Joseph G. McKinley, Vaughn Walker, H. Gilbert Riek, Charles W. Price, William N. Harris, Walter Quilling, Dennis G. Benth, Ronald Amunrud, David A. Taylor, Merrill F. Lewis, Wendell Elliott, Curtis Ball, Verne F. Roland and John E. Fulkerson. Girard Area N ews Notes By TERRY JOHNSON Mr. and Mrs. Con Stmonsen and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lewis at- tended the fish fry at theMonse Lodge, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon John- son, Falrview, visited at the home of their niece and her familY, the Marvin Kilens, Fri- day. Mrs. Florence Conr and Mrs, Izetta Jensen attended the Fondue Lesson held for the homemakers, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Sund- beim and family, Wiliiston, were weekend guests of the Ed Lewis'. Laura Daniels and Terry Johnson were hosts for Donna Johnson and Myrtle Johnson while their homes were shown during the Democratic Ladies Parade of Homes, Saturday. Several families from the community attended the open house held for Mr. and Mrs. Varlock Syth, Sunday, in their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Petersen, Don Baue, and Mr. and Mrs. Dong Johnson and children at- tended the regular meeting of the Girard Farmers Union Lo- cal, held at the Jerry Redlin home, Sunday. Delegates to the state convention were elected. Miss Amy Daniels visited at the home of her parents, the Frank Daniels, this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Watts and daughters, Kellogg, Idaho, visited at the Don Banes, Fri- day and Saturday. Frank Daniels was guest speaker at the Sheridan County" Farmers Union Convention, held in Plentywoo6, Friday. Girard Homemakers regular meeting has been moved to one week later. It will be at the home of Mrs. Wayne Wick, Oct. 28. 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Anyone wishing to make such a memorial may do so by con- tacting Mrs. Webber, Box 924, Sidney, or writing direct to Montana Heart Association, Great Fails, Montana. All SUch memorials are used in heart I Used Beet Equipment Clearance * One Used Gemco 520- 2 Row ........ ea.. $250.00 * Two Used Gemco 540 - 2 Row ........ ea. $1000.00 one with cleaning rolls Draw Bar TV ........................................ $995.00 * 3 Used Heath Barnes 6 Row Top Saver Priced From $575.00 to ................................. $1695.00 * One FH 250 - 2 Row w/T. V ................. $350.00 * One FH 350 - 2 Row ............................ $395.00 * One Used FH - 3 Row Top Saver ........... $1295.00 research and memorials are greatly appreciated. Fairview, Montana C righton Distributors, Inc. phone-747-,59=58 We, the undersigneddirectsattestthe correctnessthis report of condltiou and declare that it has been examined-I: us and to the best of our knowledge and belie/is true and correct. O. t.. ANDERSON A. H. GROSKINFKYI Directors W. A. MelNTOSH It LeRoy H. Anderson, V.P. and Cashier Of the above - named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and be|lef. LeRoy H. Anderson MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ......................... 11,882,757.07 Average of total loans fur the 15 calendar days ending with call date ........................... 7,019,198.96 Interest collected not earned on installment loans included in total catal accounts ...................... None ASSETS ash and due from banks (including @None unposted debits) ....................... -. ...... $ 2,030,506.96 U. S. Treasury securities ................ 580,755.00 Obligations ol omer U. S. Government agencies and corporations ...................... 1,434,883.45 Obligations of States and political subdivisions --- 1,667,976.34 Other securities (including $18,000 cor- porate stock) ....................... 18,000.00 Trading account securities ..................... None Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell .................. 400,000.00 Loans .............................. 7,027,231.76 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ........ 239,966.15 Real estate owned other than bank premises ........ 1.00 Investments in SUbsidiaries not consolidated ..... ---- None Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstandiag ............................... None Other assets (including SNO direct lease financing)--- None TOTAL ASSETS ................... 13,399,320.66 i i CA PFrA t, aCOUNTS Capital notes and debentures ............. None Equity capital - total ...................... 054,216.34 Preferred stock-total par value ........... None No. shares outstanding ........ None Common Stock-total par value .............. 30(},000.00 No. shares authorized ......... 1500 NO. shares outstanding ......... 1500 Surplus ............................. 300,000.0ff Undivided profits ....................... 35,216.34 Reserye for cmltiNgencies and other ca/tal reserves -- None TOTAL 'CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ................ 954,216.34 TOTAL LIABILITIES, REtK'RVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ......................... 13,399,320.66 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to IRS rulings) ....................... 98,540.99 Other reserves on loans .............. - None Reserves on securities ................... None TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES -- 98,540.99 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ........................ 4,000,351.46 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ....................... '7,133,390.69 DePosits of United States Government ........ 96,443.55 Deposits of States and political subdivisions .... 647,533.59 Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions - - None Deposits Of commercial banks ............. 14,269.94 Certified and officers' checks, etc. - ............. 23,608.79 TOTAL DEPOSITS ........... $11,915,598.02 (a) Total demand deposits ..... 4,576,455.33 Co) Total time and savings deposits - - 7,339,142.69 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ......... -,. .......... None Liabilities for borrowed money ................ Norm Mortgage indebtedness ....................... None Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding ......................... None Other liabilities ..................... 430,965.31 TOTAL LIABILITIES ................ 12,346,563.33 MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES ......................... None In the state of Montana, at the close of business on Sept. 30, 1971, published in response to call made by comptroller of the currency, under title 12, United States Code, Section 161. Sidney National Bank of Sidney Call No. 479 Charter No. 10926 National Bank Region No. 13 REPORT OF CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES, OF THE