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Achievement Awards Rehbein. Certificates:  Karvn Doze. Donor: Standard Brands Incorporated. CLOTHING: Zon Kappel, Kay French, Mary Helen Garb her, Leslie Binder. Certifio cams: Phyllis Gartner, Lozet- ta Denowh, Karen D0re, Martha Rehbein. Donor: Coats and Clark Inc. COMMODITY MARKETING: Larry Doze andJerryCozneHa. Donor: Chicago Board of Trade. CONSERVATION OF NATUR- AL RESOURCES: Larry Doze and Nancy Doze. Certificate: Karen Doze. Donor: John I)eere. CONSUMER EDUCATION HOME ECONOMICS: Karen Doze and Martha Rehbeln. Cer- tificate: Corinne Larson. Don- or: Montgomery Ward. DAIRY FOODS: Shirley Lar- son and Corinne Larson. Cer- tificate: Nancy Doze. Donor: Carnation Compaw. ELECTRIC: Bruce Madsen, Ruse Heinrich, Gary Hede- gaard, LYle Partin. Certificate: Jeff Madsen. Donor: Westing- house Electric Corporation. DOG CARE AND TRAINING: Teresa Bradley, Joe Bradley, Carolyn Hier and Larry Doze. Donor: Ralston Purina Com- pany. ENTOMOLOGY: wayne Ed- wards. Certificate: Nancy Dore. Donor: Hercules Incorporated. FIELD CROPS SCIENCE: Rocky Obergfell and Leonard Nozby. Certificate: Richard AI- bin. Donor: Amchem Products Inc. Agricultural Chemicals Division. FOOD - NUTRITION: Martha Rehbein, Lori Ritter, Teresa Dore, Pat Brenner. Certifi- cates: Karen Dore and Cheryl Myron. Donor: General Foods Corporation. FOOD PRESERVATION. Cor- inne Larson, Jolene Partin, Teresa Dore, Wanda Heinrich. Certificate: Donna McMillen. Donor: Kerr Glass Manufactur- lag Company. HEALTH: Michelle France, Angela Brown, Dobra Swisse. Donor: Eli Lilly and Company. HOME IMPROVEMENT: Kar o en Dore. Donor: The S & H Foundation Inc. HOME MANAGEMENT: Cer- tificate: Karen Doze. Donor: Tupperware. HORSE: Carol Rasmussen, Gall Sedlacek, Debbie Gale, Audrey Rasmussen. Certifi- cate: Cheryl Myron and Joyce Rambur. Donor: Merck and Company Inc. HORTICULTURbL: Lozi PAt- ter, Jody Kappel, Kwin Red- man. Donor: Allts-Chalmers, Agricultural Equipment Dlvi-" Achieve me nt I Nov. 5 in Savage, following receiving AWARDS (Pearl Pin, and Plaque) Mrs. (Gold Pin, Cer* Plaque) A. Ray Dore. (Silver Pin and Leslie Can- Johnson, Mrs. Leonard Foss, Sam Rit- LKappeL (3 Year Pin) Binder, Mrs, Joe Sam Sifers, El- and Jerry Oberg- '-- (1 Year Pin and Mrs. Elver Mad- Nutter, Mrs. Aldo Zoanni, " Joan Johnson, Arvin Hein- Mrs. D. W. Robert Saul- Schiothauer, Mrs. Syl Rraaten, Mrs. Per- !Mrs. Manny Rued, Chester Hill- 0bergfell and Sher- AWARDS (Plaque) Karen and Mary (Ring) Loret- Donna McMillen, Zona Kap- Fink, Debra Can- Prevost and Mark Pins-- Donald Bates, Jerry Madsen and AWARDS Award, donated by - Debbie Ga- Register- Ewe - Joyce Ram- Hereford Bull - Breeding Ani- Fen, Plentywond; us Steer- Angus Auxilliary and Top Animal - Ken Award of $286,50 by the following Thiessen Angus and Denowh An- Tow Sundsted, Dale Fay Crusch, EIs- Ray Franz, Sam Trangmoe, Kar- Ray Norby and Were as follows: len, Debbie Gable, Larry Dore. Glendive, Certificate: Sheree Buxbaum, Linda Mary Rehbein, Karen Dore. Gable, $20; Donor: The Sears - Roebuck $20. Foundation. Glendive, PETROLEUM POWER: Tom $20; Jon Braaten, Jeff Madsen, Scott Doze, $20; Staffanson, Kenneth Redman. $20; Nancy Donor: American Oil Founda- ' C artwright, $20; tion. and Patricia PHOTOGRAPHY: Scott Hede- gaard and Sherwood Larson. 14 TROPHIES Certificate:. Craig Johnson. Livestock Judge- Donor: Eastman Kodak Corn- ; Top Swine Judge - puny. SSen; Top Dairy SAFETY: Cheryl Myron and Ion Meredith Redlin. Donor: Gener- - Cheryl al Motors. Lamb Judge- Judge - Christy Johnson; Jun- Dress Revue - Top Foods Rasmussen; Mc- TOP Boy Dem- Over 14- Loretta De. Kappel; Under and Robiw - Mary Helen Service Award Chamber of YARD MEDALS Sheree Bux- Lozetta De- Gable. Certifi- quinnell, Kay Mary Reh- Motor Com- Joyce Cer - Donor: Com- Rus- Mrs. Russell Sever son. Don- sherwood DOn- stone Tire :and Highway Delay Has Explanation In a copy of a letter to Sena- tor C. R. Thiessen sent to the Transportation Council of the Sidney Chamber ot Commerce, Lewis M. Chittim, Montana State Highww Englnner, ex- plained the reason why the Octo- her 1971 bid letting date foz 11.191 miles rumdng south to- ward Glendive was not let. Chittim explained that the job is completely designed and practically all of the right of way has been purchased except foz a couple of cases that are presently in commnsttol Chittim said that possessRm of those can be gotten rather i'ap- idly. Chittim explained that the problem lies in securing the necessary agreements from the railroad companies. In his let- ter, Chittim said that the High- W,V commi ssion has been work- ing on this for mar, many months now, but they have been unable to socure the agree- merits, According to Chitl:[m, the railroad companies have so much work to do that they are unable to keep trp with usIntbis area. Chittlm said that just as soon as the railroad companies sub- mit an acceptable agreement, tile project will be let. The Transportatlml Council ,of the Sidney Chamber  Com- merce will be issuing periodic reports on the proposed bid let- Nathaniel The Goodyear Company. Corinne Martha ting. NOTICE Trespassing On our of Crane Sorenson and Nordby SHEEP: Mark Binder, Philip Prevost, Leland Miller, Joyce Rambur. Donor: 4-H Council. SWINE: Tom McNew, Jerry McMillen, George Prevost. Certificates: Calvin Johnson and Craig Johnson. Donor: Moozman Manufacturing Com- pany. VETERINARY SCIENCE: Ann Kristiansen, Carol Rasmussen, Cynthia Foss, Mary Schmitz. Certificate: Zona Kappel. Don- or: The Upjohn Company. CITIZENSHIP: Joe Bradley and Mary Rehbein. Donor: 4-H Council. BEEF: Kenneth Redman, Kel- ly Rued, Nancy Dore, Tyler Jensen. Certificate: Howard Rambur, Larry Doze, Loretta Denowh, Debbie Gable. Donor: 4-H Council. CHILD CARE: Debbie Swis- se, Nancy Doze, Teresa Dore, Leslie Binder. Donor: 4-H Coun- cil. WOODWORKING: Mark Bin- der and Lyle Par:in. Donor: 4-H Council. FORESTRY: Certificate: Wne Edwards. Donor: 4-H Council. RANGE MANAGEMENT: Larry Doze. Certificate: Jon Franz and Jerry McMillen. Don- or: 4-l-I Council. SELF DETERMINED: doyce Rambur, Debbie Swisse, Tere- sa Doze, Jan Par:in. Certifi- cate: Jack Quinnell and Kay French. Donor: 4-H Council. POULTRY: Dorothy Schmitz and Zane Panasuk. Certificate: Jody Kappel. Donor: 4-H Coun- cil. DIRY: Certificates: Jody Kappel and SusanSmart. Donor: 4-H Council. CLUB CERTIFICATES HEALTH: Richland Rockets. SAFETY: Richiand Rockets, Four Leaf Clovers, Breezy Flats Lads and Lassies and Brorson Busy Bees. CONSERVATION OF NATUR- AL RESOURCES: Hay Creek Busy Bees and Charley Creek Snappers. The following are clubs, the goals they met, the rating they received, the amount inthe club and the percentages completed: Breezy Flats Lads and Las- sies, Savage, 19, Purple, 19,100 per cent; Brozson Busy Bees, Sidney, 15, Gold, 12, 100 per cent; Brorson Farmhands, Sid- ney, 19, Purple, 16, 100 per cent; Charley Creek Snappers, Brockton, 18, Purple, 20, 90 per cent; Cherry CreekChums, Culbertson, 10, Red, 12, 67 per cent; Four Leaf Clovers, Crane and Savage, 18, Purple, 8, 100 per cent; Hay CreekBusy Bees, Falrview, 19, Purple, 11, 100 per cent; Lambert Hi-Liters, Lamhert, 15, Gold, I0, 90 per cent; Lone Tree Beavers, Sid- ney, 18, Purple, 11, 100 per cent; Mon-Dak 4-H Club, Fair- view, 13, Blue, 17, 94 per cent; Prairie Clovers, Sidney, 10, Red s 10, 80 per cent; Richland Rockets, Sidney, 18, Purple, 13, 100 per cent; Ridgelawn Boosters, Sidney, 15, Gold, 15, 100 Per cent; Three Buttes Pio- neers, Lambert, 18, Purple, 13, 77 per cent; Timberline Workers, Sidney, 20, Purple, 8, 100 per cent, and Yellow- stone Lassies, Sidney, 10, Red, 7, 57 per cent. OUT - OF-COUNTY TRIP WINNERS Conservation Camp: Larry Dore and Zona Kappel. 4-H Congress in Bozeman: heree Buxbaum, Mickey De- nowh, Loretta Denowh, Larry Doret Debbie Fink, Debbie Ga- ble, Phyllis Gartner, ZonaKap- pel, DonnaMcMlllen, Jack Quin- nell, Howard Rambur and Mary Rehbein. Record Books Submitted to Bozernsn for special awards: 'wee Buxbaum: Junior Lead- ership and Achievement; Donna McMillen: Leadership; Howard Rambur: Beef Breeding; Zona Kappeh Veterinary Science and Clothing; Phyllis Gartner: Clothing; Rocky Obergfelh Field Crops Science; Ann Kris- tiansen: Veterinary Science and Karen Dote: Home Economics ScholarshiP. Young men and women. Brenda Walker, Texas Cowgirls Basketball Star The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1971 - 9 I I Bowling Standings .] MAJOR dney Lanes ........ 38 10 Sidney Piumblng ....... 33.5 14.5 Richland National Bank --- 28 20 Pizza House .......... 27.5 19.5 Sidney Electric ....... 23 25 Newloo Greenhouse ....... 21 27 Sidney National Bank .... 20 28 Action Auto ........ I 47 High Team Series: Sidney Lanes, 2928; Pizza Hse, 2900: Sidney Elec- trlc, 2887. High Team Game: Sidney Lanes, 1041; Pizza House, 1002;Sidney Elec- tric, 873. High Individual Serlest Bill Stein- biesser, 546; Ray Kordonowy, 541; Paul Hammoud, 537. High Individual Game: Bill Stein- biesser, 230; Maynard Baisch, 208; Ray K, 207. CIVIC Moose No. 2 ........... 39 9 Cheerio Lounge ......... 29 19 Tibbits Mech. - ........ 28 20 Bi-siate Co-op ......... 25 23 Collin' s Mere. - ....... 25 23 Savage Servicenter ....... 17 31 Russell's Market ........ 16 32 Great Plains Supply ...... 13 35 High Team Series: Mouse No. 2, 2924; Tibbits. 2814; Cheerio Lounge, 2804. High Team Game: Moose No. 2, 1037; Savage Servicenter, 1000; Bl- State Co-op. 985. High Individual Series: Hank Whit- aker, 545; Rou Carter, 503| Vern Klose, 492. High Individual Game: HaN Whitk- er, 203; Ron Carter, 200;Gene Papka. 199. FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED Road Runners ........ 32 16 Fearsome Foursome - - - 27 21 Night Owls ......... 25 23 JollY O's ........ 25 23 M Bar C ........... 23.5 24.5 MaMa's and PaPa's .... 22.5 25.5 Reckless Ones ........ 19 29 Four Roses ......... 18 30 High Team Series: Road Runners, 2216; Fearsome Foursome, 2203; Four Roses, 2171. High Team Game: Reckless Ones, High Series - Wnen: Pat Hattie, 422; Claudia Sehmidt, 418; Beverly Edam, 397. High Gang-Women: Irene Sehwindt, 157; Maxine Stmmr, 156; MaryCaier. 154. YELLOWSTONE woMEN'S Bowling Center ........ 31 17 Farmers Elevator ....... 30 18 Rlehland National Bank .... 29 19 Ranger Lounge ....... 25 23 Elks Ladies .......... 23 25 Sidney National Bank .... 20 28 Momgomary Ward ...... 18 30 Pizza House ......... 16 32 High Team Series: Farmers Ele- vator. 2725; Sidney National Bank. 2570; Bowling Center, 2560. High Team Game: Farmers Ele- vator, 931, 904 and 890. High Individual Series: IAI Ellet- soo. 222; Helen Meson, 202 and 193. High Individual Game: Lil Ellet- son, 576; Helen Mason, 515; Ann Paterson. 478. MERCHANT BoWling Center ....... 37 11 Meadowgold Dairy ..... 32 16 VFW ............. 29.5 18.5 Ranger Bar ........ 25 23 Gene 'O's ......... 20 28 Souny' s Country Shop ..... 18 30 Star Bar ........... 16.5 31.5 Rasmussen Servicenter - - 14 34 High Team Series: BowUngCenter, 2884; Star Bar, 2867; VFW, 2828. High Team Game: Bowling Center. 1007; VFW, 998; Meadowgold Dairy, 994. High Individu Series: Bob Gregg, 548; Mel Vossler, 537; LlcFdBraaten, 533. High Individual Game: MelVossler, 218; Bob Gregg, 212; GsrY Miller, 201. RICHLAND WOMEN'S Credit Union .......... 41 11 Triangle Club ........ 36 16 Russell's Market ....... 34 18 Pepsi - Cola ........ 33 19 Reyoold' s .......... 29 33 Falrview Bank ........ 16 36 Me Donald' s .......... 9  3 WOTM ........... 9 43 High Team Series: Triangle Club. emale Basketball 784; Road Runners, 764; M Bar C, 2714; Russell' s Market, 2518; Credlt F 758. Union, 2443. High Series - Men: Jim Stoner, High Team Game: Triangle Club, 526; Eddie Joslin, 511; Harvey 936, 893 and 885. Schmidt. 497. High Individual Series: Florence Set Eor F airview eter--, $19; Helen Mason, 502; 202; Jim Stoner, 195; Harvey Schmidt, Evelyn Polff, 494. t94. High Individual Game: Ragna Lee, The Texas Cowgirls basket- ball team will be playing the Fairview Jaycees, Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. in the high school gym. The Cowgirls, originally started by Dempsey Hovland and Doe Kearns, is now in its 22rid year; and since the be- ginning, the team has been ac- claimed as the champion team of the female world. Their acts of hog - tying an unsuspecting and shy member of the opposite sex, as well as shooting the referee and other gags have marked them as a unique basketball attraction. The Fairview Jaycees agreed to play this outstanding aggre- gation of feminine pulchritude and ability only if they were as- sured that men's rules would be followed. The Texas Cowgirls average 60,000 miles of travel per sea- son. Organized in 1950, the team has developed into an outstand- ing basketball road attraction, playing from coast to coast and into Canada during the season, which extends from October into April each year. Tickets for the gmo oan be purchased at the door, from any Fairview Jaycee member or at various business estab- lishments in Fairview. Advanc- ed sale tickets are also avail- able. Fairview Boxing Opens For Area 199; Evelyn Poff. 187; Flocenee Pet- erso 183. RICHLAND WOMEN'S Credit Union ......... 43 13 Triangle Club ......... 40 16 RusSell's Market ..... 37 19 Pepsl - Cola ........ 34 22 Reynold' s ........... 31 25 Fairvlew Bank ...... 20 36 MeDmmld' s .......... 9 47 WOTM ............. 9 47 High Team Series: Russell's Mar- ket, 2611; Triangle Club, 2579; Pepsi Cola. 2579. High Team C_tme: Triangle Club, 953; Pepsi - Cola, 904; Reynold's, 885. High IrUvtdual Series: Marlene Borg, 519; Jill Matthews, 513; Ella Ster hun, 495. High Individual Game: Marlene Borg, 191; Rose Flr mad Evelyn Poll, 180; Helen Mason and Jill Mat- thews, 176. COMMERCIAL Elks No. 3 ........... 36 12 Quillings ............ 3,3 15 credit Union ........... 31 17 Thegersen Motors ....... 23.5 24.5 Holly Sugar ......... 23 25 Beynold' s .......... 20 28 Paavey Co. ......... 15 33 United Building Center - - 10.5 37.5 High Team Series: Elk's No. 3, 2971; Credit Union, 2926; Quillings, 2921. High Team Game: Credit Union, 1044; Qnilliags, 1029; Elk's NO. 3, 1012. High Individual Series: Jim Over- dahl, 584; Gary Miller. 549; Andy Fri- son, 543. High lmtividual Gtmm: Doli Harris, 233; Ron Carter, 222; Jim Overdahl. 213. II I Jim Jimison Excavating Water, Sewer and Gravel Back - Hoe Work Home Phone 482-2549 Mobil Phone 482-3751 Sidney, Montana 'q dig dirt cheap" Dick Shannon, boxing coach in Fairview, announced that box- ing workouts are now in pro- gress at the Civic Center in Fairview, at seven each eve- Ring, Monday through Friday. The program is sponsored by the Fairview Athletic Club. Presently on the team are Joel Sundheim, BobGreen, Jack Hanson, Steve Sundheim, Jay Lebsock, David Johnson md a few others. Anyone in the areainterested is asked to come to the civic center or contact Dick Shannon. YOUR ARMY REPRESENTATIVE WANTS TO TALKTOYOU ABOUT ATERRIRC RAISE. The Army's getting a dramatic pay increase. At a minimum, the new starting salaries will be doubled. And you still get free meals, free housing, free clothing, free medical and dental care, free job-training and education, and 3Odays' paid vacation a year. Today's Army wants to join you. At a much higher salary. 000-0000. StakFeedel000060 from field to feeding. Completes the Hesston StakHand 60 System of one-man hay No more tearing bales apart with cold fingers. Just load the stack onto the StakMover in the usual way, and when you get to where you want to feed the stack, engage the hydraulically driven StakFeeder. When each slice is fed to the cross conveyor, the loading apron can move tile stack forward so the next slice can be made. This Machine will be Demonstrated Fri., Nova 19 at the Ralph Hurley Farm east of F airview HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE One man can load and feed all or any part of the six ton H'eSston HayStak in approxt- matety 20 minutes! StakFeeder attachment cuts off up to a 12' thick slice with each cut! Makes the low cost of one man feeding possiblel Costs less because it is an attachment for the StakMover! Does not interfere with the operation of the StakMover. Has self-contained hydraulic drive system which operates from the tractor's PTO! Hydraulically driven sickle! Plumbing rated at 2500 psi to provide built-in overload  protection when operating off the tractor's hydraulic system! 11-foot cutting height allows the slicing and feeding of tall StakHand 60 stacksi Crighton Distributors 747-545