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Martin&apos;s Bar DANCE Sat., Nov. 10 Fa,rvmw, Montana 9;p.m. - 2 a.m. Music by Jack's Trio: 2B. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Nov. 7,1973 i Eagle grid statistics By DON MRACHEK Herald Sports Editor Sldney's 1973 grid season is complete and so are the statistics. "We finished with a 2.6 record on the season, which is the lowest that I thought we could be. When the year started, I said we would be anywhere from 5-3 to 3-6," Eagle coach Mike Gear said. The Eagles won their first two games by topping Will,on 20-15 and Baker 42-8. The team lost their next four games when Miles City beat them 24-14, Glendive 6-0, Glasgow 30-0 and Poplar 38-6. Sidney came back and downed Plentywood 21-20 and lost their last game 38.20, "I fL,-y believe the key to our season we the Glendive game. We had 285 yards in offense but did not score a point. With a bunch of young kids playing, they took it real hard and it took us a few games to get our offense rolling," Gear said. "Some people have said that our defense gave up too many hut when the offense runs 3 plays and punts llke we were doing for a few games, the defense is going to give up " the coach said. Sidney's offense was in- consistent. They scored 76 points the first three game and 6 points in the next three games. "It's pretty hard to win games if you have to spread 6 points over three games," Gear commented. Ken lod F.lle ball carriers. He carried the bill 123 times for 813 yards for a 43 average. 1)on Weber carried the ball 33 times for  yards and a 7.9 avery. BOn Fritz carried 19 times for M yards and an average of 5.3 per carry. Bob Miller averaged 2.5 yards on 23 carries for 50 yards. Bruce Llndberg scampered 30 times for 130 yards and a 4.3 average. Venru, Baadamrd rushed for 36 yards in 18 carries and a 2.4 average. Hank Frangen carried the ball 2  and gained 5 yards for a 2.5 average while Steve Carey scramhied once for 8 yards. The Eagles carried the ball 23 times and gained 1.217 yards for a 4.5 average. In tho  =, Dennis Boadsp threw times and  40 for 518 yards. Bruce Lindberg 30 times and completed 10 for 155 yards. On an option play, Ken Herman threw the ball 7 tLmes and completed 3 passes for 137 yards. so that others can get the tackles. In our defense, the inside down people, Art Herman and Rick Tiesen, and the Ins/de llne backers Rick Zder and Ke Indergaard are suppo to make the mest taek," Gem" noted. The whole teem played very good den but the best individual game eorts were by Rick Tkmm and Rick Baber. Other MAndouts were Kelly Indgaard, Art Herman and Mike S/ddoway. The Eagles lose 12 mmiors year. They are Art Her- man, Don Web, Steve Carey, Tony Slfumtel, Bruce Bayer, Ban Fritz, Lu FreunMter, Mike Siddoway, Kelly In- derpard, Jim Hunt, Archer  and Sandy Johnson, "We lose quite a few good seniors tlda year but we have t8 l returu and x look for a very good football season next year," Gear said. In the Jtmlor vasty ranks, Sidmy ended up with a 3-3-1 record. They tied WilLim 12- 13 the first game, then lost to Glasgow 40.,8, downed Glen. dive 8-0, lost to Willlston 28-22, rehashed Glendive 38.0, beat Miles City 20 and lost to Glasgow 224. "We (the coaching staff), would like to thank the people, welcomed Into the chamber, Friday. Ron Chamber welcome Norgaard, another member of the welcome commJttee is at right. Cip,"-e's l/dal Shop Claudine Youngqulat receives a welcome recently moved to Z13 S. Central. She held her handshake from Chamber of Commerce grand opening Friday and Saturday. representative Kelth Okon as she was -- Don Mrachek Photo Local FHA girls "'---'--"-'"--' R idgelawn attend convention I //, DECAt Eight Sidney girls, ac- i <{  ,T , Mr. and Mrs. Jess Glad,   Mercer, N. V., visited at the companled by Mrs. Bradbury, [1 W S  home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen chapter mother and their F" v Jeslin, Monday. adviser, Mrs. Swigart, at- tended the Future Homemakers of America's District Convention at Plevna. The theme was "Impact, the Better Way"; by brain- storming and buzz sessions, the state officers introduced "Impact The Better Way," our new program material. By PAM RADKE The Sidney Chapter of the lYmtributive Education Clubs of America will be sending 10 delegates to the annual western regional DECA leadership conference, Nov. 9 and I0, in Mlssoula. The I0 DECA students representing Sidney are Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Hundtofl and family, BilLings, visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hundtofl over the weekend. Mrs. Wendal Patch and Judy attended a church dedication in Bismarck with a OAM members attend seminar;00, The Optometric  A banquet concludd dLS of Montana (OAM) met Oct. 13 meeting and was held at in Great Falls at their fall Heritage Inn. Presiat educational seminar, meeting was the.__ president,  LJ. Also attending was EI o who ls eecond vico prel.= tbe state wide ortpu=.. Both na-s. Lundby =oJ Cook are asalstants to ur. L. Nelson. Marion Gram and .- Werle received flve-Y membership pins. .- Morton ls un agdstam  Oscar Gr,am_ and Marl.  Dr. Gram s former i [ ,.on. 482.1723 KIRBY SERVICE CLINIC Co of .t....=, The conduct a first In a serles of nerviee clinles for arC--rids ! A total of 32 aflmnts at- tended from each part of Montana. The guest sl.ker was Dr. Gtnaleaas, professor at Great Falls college, who spoke on "understanding people" a topic which was of great human interest to all the assistants since their daffy work brings them in contact with people and their varied problems. Kirby owners. SPECIAL CLEANUP OFFER This service clinic will be held at 520 E. Main, Sidney, Mont. on the following dates from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 8, Nov. 9, and Nov. 10 New and used Klrbys aml one Rainbow will be on dbqY  sale. Steve Carey attempted 8 , school faculty, PennieKnaff, VickieMorasko, group from the Lutheran paseasandcompletedlfor5 pep bandandparentsfortheir StacyBradburyundMarflyn Elaine Sharbono, Brant Brethren Church of Sidney, [ eaM.,,,. :::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: yards. ' tpportandonthuelum shown Weber were voting delegates. Steffens, Pare Rndke, Scott Sunday. !ii":iScho0/ ii!i AateamtheF.mgleawere for,oothldlhere. It's not oniy Lori Bradbury gave the Ramus, Terry Averett, TL [ ' , , , 39.4 per cent on pass com- at the varsity level that we get thought for the day as a part of Fedora and Bruce Lander. pletions for 813 yards, such support but also at the the morning program ,and During the conference, over m . ---.i . i. , , , ii! Me iii "Defonaslsateamefort. Jtmior varMty level, , on down to Berbara Damon answered roll 1,200 students from13 western WESTERN JACKETS n u Co,,in people must sacrifice the grade schools, Gear said. ca//for Sidney with one of our states will be participating in project concerns: for the activities designed to increase The school lunch menu for elderly, leadership and cam- the week of Nov. 12 through 16 is as follows: Monday, Nov. 12 -- Ham- burger gravy, whipped potatoes, buttered corn, buttered buns, fruit and milk. Tuesday, Nov. 13 -- Macaroni - beef and tomatoes, cole slaw, buttered buns, butterscotch pudding, oatmeal cookie and milk. Wednesday, Nov. 14 -- Spanish rS:e, lettuce and apple salad, gingerhrend with lemon sauce, buttered buns and milk. Thursday*, Nov. 15 -- Wieners and beans, carrot and cabbage salad, buttered buns, pineapple upside down cake and milk. Friday, Nov. 16 -- Chicken noodle soup, peanut butter sandwich, pumpkin dessert, salad and milk. Sidney Guards have inspection The boots were a little shinier, the unfforma more highly pressed and starched and the haircuts Just 'a little shorter as the Sidney National Guard Unit started their past weekend's drill with a com- mand inspection performed by their Squadron Conmumder, Major Starer. From Squadron Headquarters in Billings, Commander Starer w ac. companied by MaWr Miner, Captain Undum and Com. mend Sergeant Major Curry. The inspection went well, with the local unit receiving many favorable comments from the hecting team. Followiv the inspection, the Attention Farmers and Ranchers Some Professional and Businessmen This may be the aaswer to the many articles you have been seeing in your Farm Jourmds advising you to take advantage of provion for tax relaef by deferring income as made possible by Federal laws. YOU are allowed to defer 10 per cent of your adjusted groes income under the federal Keogh Act or the H1-10. 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You peas/bEy want to put a sizeable sum Ill a 1 or retirement program that k deductible. Let us fund your program for you. Remember the costs for setting up a Trust Agreement that is acceptable to the I.R.S. for your type of corporation is often one-half, one-third or even ons41fth the customary charges for these sarvice& You have a choice of seve.l different vehicles in which to program your trust; phm the privilege of  hm one to another. Lt us e=plaln our programs. InJormatlon Is available on request. Pho or Write, Exact Location ....  City ..... Phons . TYPO of . Your Problem Willioms Agency. Guards spent their weekend in traL, dng; viewing films on riot control communicatiom and tank gunnery and topographical land map reading. They also spent their monthly maintenance period claanll field gear from this summer's two week camp in Idaho. promoted over weekend were our three new recruits. Steven Schultz, David Suko and Kenneth BOol were advanced to the rank of PVT2 from PVT. Two men have returned from basic and advanced individual training. PFC Dean Vanderhoof attended basic cnbat training at Fort Polk, La. and field radio mechanic's school at Fort st11, Okla. PVT2 Richard Dore has rejoined the guards scout unit after completing his basic traLg at Fort Dix, N. J., and ar- mored scout training at Fort Knox, Ky. We have also had a transfer into the unit. Curtis J. Mybre, who was a member of the City National Guard, transferred into the Sidney unit as he has accepted em- ployment with the Sidney Police Department. I II O ] I I i SUBSCRIBE t the Herald. / It's Easy Sidney's part in the talent munlcation skills. Awards will show was "Uniquely Yours," be presented to outstanding with Pare and Sheila Garriott, Barbara Datum, Sherri Fogs, Lori and Stacy Bradbury, Roberta McGrady and Marilyn Weber participating. Sherri Fuss, reporter Association teams comprised of students from the attending states. This year's conference, which has been billed as an unique "Western Regional Experience," features national DECA officers, recognized speakers and student participants in a fast moving, actlon-packed lists memorials p"gram. The Montana' Heart Association through its local chairman of memorials gratefully acknowledges the following heart memorials: Memorial in the name of Ted Jansen from Women of the Moose; memorial in the names of James Dethman, Delbert Moore, Ted Jensen and John Merman from Mrs. Wilma Poff. Your memorial gift is used by dedicated research scientists seeking new knowledge of the heart, developing new therapy, new methods of easing the heart victim's problems, and most important, toward ways of preventing heart disease. Because of your memorial to a loved one or friend, vital information is discovered daily in the research labs. Memorial gifts are used en- tirely for basic research toward the conquest of heart disease. Memorials may be sdht in care of Mrs. Harold Webber, BOx 924, Sidney, or directly to Montana Heart Association at Great Falls. e John J. Williams al.catimd haciqp'mml in genend aet LICENSED II . Year-Around Fun Try Something New This Winter BRUTE CYCLE Good traction in the snow - great fun machine BROWN'S BRUTE CYCLES 520 E. Main II I II I I I ll II II I ! Ralston Roundup LmDAMANN We now have on display in our Art Gallery a flhe collection of oil paintings done by a local artist, Olaf Folk. yard. I invite you all to come in and see some remarkable work done by a local artist. Did some rearranging of mammqulns in the homestead shack. Glad no one has come in when I am carrying one of these girls around. We now have some paintings by Gilberta Marker, Breadus, for sale in our Sales Gallery. These are oils done only in black and white. One of her paintings was chosen for the MIA Little Arts Festival and toured Montana last year. Christmas is creeping up on us so come in and see if there is anything you might like for a gift. In closing, I would again like to urge you to drop in and see the Exhibit in the Art Gallery by Olaf Folkvord. Of course while you are here, why not browse through the museum too? ii in i "Fn hrdm Sidney Sometlme Farm & Gerd w- ork can become 8 "Pain In the Back/' or "Tractor aack," or "Petunia eed aack.'" Eiffer neme ducribe$ the plln which Is comnlon to thes4 8tivltNl. What may often apr to be nothing more then am aching back, surf neck Or muKl# kink, can rluIt from slIplllCI vet tebrae in the Spinel Column. This could be 8 wornblg that you need a spinal examinlthm. See your doctor of chtrOl'lti. Ik him William Chiropractic Office Ptl. $72.951 IW  WmL aw We take trade ins sad have Uberal flmme4.  f Pree pickup and delivery for these three days of Fancy Plaid Jacket -- 68 per cent Reproce Wool, 22 per cent Linen, 10 per cent Nylon -- 100 per cent Nylon Quilted -- 100 'per cent Polypropyls Fill -- Leather Covered Buttom -- 2 Warming Pockets plus 2 Deep Patch Pockets -- Sport Collar to be Worn Open or Closed Men's $26 ,s Sop' $219 Fur Collar Jacket / -- Completely Washable -- 100 per Cent Nylon Quilted hell and Quilting -- 10 ounce 100 per cent Polyester Filled -- Snap Storm Flap Over Front Zipper -- Western Back Yoke -- Bi-Swtng Back with Accordion Stretch Waist Men's $34" Boys' $27" Quilted Jacket -- Completely Washable L -- 100 per cent Nylon Diamond i Qutsd Shell and QUUUng k -- I0 ounce I00 per cent Polyester i | Filled i [ -- Polyester Filled Pocket Flal i r -- Two 7-inch Side Vent Zippers i iB" Boys' $20 ,s Men's $25" i Quelted Western -- 100 per cent Nylon Shell and Lining -- 100 per cent Polyester Filled BOd7 -- Completely Washable -- Snap Down Western Flap Patch Pockets -- 2 Point Front and Back Yokes - sport Colkr tobe worn opm or clcd Men's $29" RICHLAND SADDLER'1' East Main Sidney m--h for DADS' and SONS'