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October 17, 1973

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production small grain remain August Reporting production at 102.4 per cent acres for are 10 per cent production is 21per cent mu'd is forecast 13 on down 1972. is down 1972. in 1973 more per cent in. r acres for productkm Is 1,42S,000 hun- lr cent lees and other since I. aMalfa is  por All hay is 17 per 1, sugarbeet given prects have Improved to 19.5 tons per acre and production of 917,000 tom is expected in Montana. All wheat prospects for the United States on Oct. I are 12 per cent above one year ago, totaling 1,7.S million buahek. Society plans annual dinner St. Matthew's Altar Society met in the multi - purpeee romn OcLS. Motion was made that 10 thermo coffee servers be purchased before the Fall Festival Dinner wh/ch is Oct. S. A buzasr table wiil be eet up in the gym with various items during the day of tile Fall Dinner, Oct. 28. Everyone in the pariah is asked to donate some item for the table. Coffee money from our meeti,, wm he ased to buy food to make casseroles for funerals. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Bob Hall, Mr=. James Weltz, Mrs. Paul Prevost, Mr=. John Miller and Mrs. Jerry Gunderson. President cleans Sidney Kiwanis president Jacque ]Best is pletured poUddq up a stm window before hn Immdied It satm'day for an elderly  rmd. Best and other Kiwanis members helped eut elderly peeple in mdney by rektns leaves, installing storm windows, wasldng windows and doing other odd Jobs during their first annual Fix - up day. The Klwanimw did chores for about 30 resMents. -- Russ wen- Photo you H will be wearing THE GIBSON GRIN! How to get it in the ear getting it in the neck. Troop 187 holds 28th ca rn p trip On Oct. 1:1 - 13, Troop 187 had its 28th day and night of camping. Twenty. n boys were present on the camp 0uL This camp out featured cooking without utaik and the boys had to build their own shelters clnding the Scout. mast's, John Ratlfff. On Saturday morning you could find the boys fixing breakfast by fixing eggs on a stick and bacon on a stick. Ratlfff demonstrated to some of the nowor hays how to fix eggs on a stick and sausage in an onion shell and sausage in an orange shell. For lunch Mr. Ratliff showed the boys how to fix tarzan steak. The night was supposed to have been snowy but it was very nice. About midnight it cleared up and the moon came out and so did the stars. Those who helped to take the hays ant to the camp wore Mrs. Don Race, Mrs. Lois RatUff, Dan Synek and John Ratiiff. If you are interested in scouting contact John Ratllff 482-2777, Dale Elletson, Ray Blomquist or Ross Wight. Power City News MRS. RUBEN HAMBURG Mrs. Esther Petersen rectly returned frmn a 10 - day trip vts/ting relatives in the vicinity o( Grand Island, Neb. Weekend guests at the Henry Scheetz and Wlllinm Scheetz home were LuWana and Jormne Beeel, Laurel. Staying several days last week at the Harold Buxhaum home was their grandson, Eric Buxbaum, while his father, Donni& was on a buying trip to Chicago for Farm and Home. Mrs. Pat MacGrady was a patient at the hesl0dtal early in the week for medical attention. Mrs. Hank Hamburg, ac-  by vmr sax, Mable Sorenasn and Vi Schielbe, attended the annual cancer board meeting held at the Northern Hotel in Bfllingu Oct. 11 - 13. Visiting at the Wilbur Rupp home and with other relatives is her brother, John lau, St. Louis. Visiting on Sunday at the Clarence esther home were Mr. and Mrs. George Lareen, Alexander, N. D. Friday overnight guests at the Victor Marker home were their daughter and, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Tlmerman, Billings. On SaturdQy, the Timerman's went to visit his mother until Monday in Plentywood. When they returned to Join other weekend guests at the Marker home who were Mrs. Marker's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Winters and her mother, Mary Jaeger, all of Havre. Mrs. Jaeger remained for an extended visit. GETA S 0 NY. -----------------, 'R bl" AI , am lng .. , , .. ,o. o, ,,c t :-_%-- wit. ! mr---ecomponentseorr>ut t JR./i-l',/ DAN PRICE I* for the kind of sound you've Doen "o0 tO t. V [' ood sc ur of for owov storohs whout cst:n i ," 0 1honks to the FET front-erl FM ne oncl I::)uilt-in w   - .  m,      , ceramic cartIge spins so fully but so gent, It's worts (EIA) of solid state power cldving two can make. soJncl mode eosy by all the dght feature& Automat chongir  on o-dorrw cueing lave( for WDrn mono to stereo with o light lhot slgrIs when tmble and  controls. ' t(:oe or for step01ng up to 4- sound. A remov- Con listen to It good sound of the HP-30. SONY. IT ALL TOGETHER $269" Music Mart lq,me 4114M Cattle have been a little slow in moving but we saw a sharp ptckup this pa.t asle and the good volume sales will continue from now on. The is goed and it sure mak sense to move some of especlaUy thoee calves during good weather. Qulto a  of buyers are looking for calves early because of good feed supply and the calv can pt a real good start this early. Remember that sale -- hogs and  on Mondays with the hogs at I0 a.m. and sheep "at 1 p.m. Denumd has  fairly good for hler lambs and for  owm. Chttla are on regular schedal= - Wed- nudeys and Thursday will be added very som We uUl/ze quite a few radio an- nouncements and newspaper in schodules. Feed supplies and the beet crop are good as mentioned before. We sure apeet good local demand for all chum of feeders and from the outs/de too. Many buyers l/ke the volume and selection here because they can fill the order or orders with well sorted cattle or other livestock. Horse Sale last week totaled 157 and was another good ac- tive affair. Commission charges are as low here at our market as anywhere and quite a bit lower than many places. Volume does help us keep that cost down. Advance con- s/guments help us in planning sales and in advising potential buyers ahead o sale time. Remember, we are available at any time to dtscues prices mni demand or can see yon in the country. I I II The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Moat., Wed., Oct. 17, I- II it's MOONLIGHT in Sidney Register for prizes at participating stores Friday & Saturday Winners will be notified MONDAY, OCT. 29 Registrants must be 18 years old or older to participate Two Big Days Of Savings Oct. 26 - 27 STORE HOURS Friday 8:30- 10:00 Saturday 8:30- 5:00 Watch for specials in next week's paper Shop in Sidney for Bargains Register for 125 Ibs. of Beef -- AT EVERY STORE -- Listen to KGCX 2:00 p.m. Monday for winner store employes in their costumes ' You could be the winner of one or more prizes Register for following prizes: Yellowstone Mercantile ....................... 0 gift certificate Sidney Pa/nt & Glass ......... .............. 3 - piece buthreem set Modern Lady . . . : ................  gift cortcate B/ . State Coop ................. Z pr. saowmobfle gloves - I men's, 1 women's Toggery .................... 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