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At the ELK'S Dinners in Lounge Friday Night Smorgasbord Saturday Night HAPI v_ from 6B - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday. Nov. 24, 1971 Stat,00 Varies Crops By ROBERT E, MILLER Montana Press Association The old days are passing when Montana's grain crops were confl.l chiefly to wheat, oats and barley, with a few valleys producing sugar beets. This fall the weekly papers have been full  reports of the success of Montana farmers raising new crops such as sun, flowers, safflower, mustard, cow cackle and even nmsh- rooms. Perhaps the most dramatic development was the sunflower crop in Big Horn County, start- ed as an experiment to find a substitute crop for sugar beets when the Holly Sugar Co. an- noced that it was closing its plant and moving out of the area. Bud Barnldll of Chinooinm,- ed to Hardin and sparked the r experiment when he got news of the sugar factory's closing. The Hardin Elevator cooperated by installing equip- ment to handle the crop and will be even better prepared in an- other year. Two varieties of sunflowers were tried in the Hardin area, one of wlch produces oil and the other of whichproducesedi- b]e seed. Both kinds had high yields, some as much as 2,500 pounds per acre compared to about 1,500 poundswhichis nor- real for the Red River Valley of North Dakota, another sun- flower - producing area. One problem this year was that the blackbirds feasted on the ripening, seeds and cut the yield In some fields. However, this problem will be solved in another year by the use of dry- ir eqtdpment that will allow harvesting the seed heads a month earlier, before tbeblack- birds become active. Worms and flies which infest sunflow- ers in other areas were not noticed in the Hardin fields. Safflower has been a steady crop in rmthuastern Montana for several years and a factory has been in operation at Cu[- bertson to process the seeds into meal. This year's crop averaged 600 to 1,000 pounds per acre. Some mustard is raised in the area, but the fac- tory processes most ofitsmus- tard rom the Canadian crop which is imported. Experiments at Montarm State University indicate that cow cockle, hitherto considered a weed, may become a vued crop. Its seed may be process- ed for starch and this product has several advantages over corn starch. Roundup maY become the mushroom capital  Montana, as a company in that region is putting abandoned coal mlnesto work to produce ,.his crop, Prairie Clovers Receive Awards The Prairie Clovers 4-H Club, met Nov. 19 with Sherree Buxbaum, leader, giving first year pins and other things. Azmette Slmonson and Chuck Simonson aretbe new members. For roll call, members named their projects for the coming year. On Dec. 18, they are going to plan what time and place the meetings will be held. The next meeting is on Dec. 30. HIGH SCHOOL I AT HOME IN 8PARE TIME II APPROVED FOR VlTIRANI | Yaw mi be 17 w ever mul I.ve lelt I Wrlh Im" kees btmre NOW [ F, RICMI SCI40OL,.2L4 Grand Ave., Butte,  69701 lkml me :row Fr.e  Dept.S Nm ..........................................  ........ I OFFICERS ELECTED - The newly formed Richland County Coordinating Council elected officers at their Tuesday night meeting in the Lalonde Hotel. Officers (I-r), are: Andrew Peterson, Sidney, President; Harold Wind, Savage, 1st Vice President; Johnny Johnston, Brockton, 2nd Vice President and Ray Franz, Girard, Director. The purpose of the new organization is to promote mutual cooperation between local, state, federal and private agencies in this area. Savage By MRS. BEA FISCHER R looked like winter was here to stay the beginning of the week but it sure turned out nice the later part. With hunting nearing an end for another year, we will all have to settle down to ice fish- eng. Mrs. Viola Gaffleld'sgrand- son, Terry Garfield, received his discharge from the Navy and arrived home, Tuesday. He w[li be going to work for Gem City Motor. Also visiting at the Garfield home thtsweekwas Mrs. Jack Nichols, Denver, Colo., who is the former Lola Fanlkienhiem and is here due to the death of her father, Wil- Ue Faullderddem. He passed away at the Sidney Hospital, Friday. Mrs. Opal Garfield, TlmGoe- forth and Pat Garfield left on Tuesday for Grove, Okla., where they wit] make their home. Square dancing was in full swing Sunday for the MonDak Mixers at the VFW Club in Sial- News - rea a nay. BOb al Maxine Gregg were ame0g the dancers and Bob called a few. There were five - six squms and several new comers. Deaa Nelson cf Bein- vtlle was the reItdar caller. Frank Gladowaid can iolothta week as his wife, Jean, went to ]}/Kings, Saturdl, to pend the holiday with her daughter. Frank will be driving to Bil- Ungs, Wednetdm0r, and they will return home tother. Violet Bleek became the bride of Lawrence Talen Saturday. :e is the former Violet Knopp and grew u in ti/s area. They will be making the/r hen. in Crane. A bridal shower was held at the Ltml Church of Clw/at for Charlene Odenbach on War- dw night. Charlene will be mmrted to Ktms JoMson Deomarkon, Dec. 17. Clmrlene was alo  at a shower in Sidney last week with Vera Darnall as hostess. The hol/di dinner will be held at the United Church Christ, Dec. 5, from 2 to 5 p.m. ParW Planned For 4-H Club The November meeting of the Bennie Pierre Beavers 4-H Club was called to order by the president, Richard Lewis, at the Jim Mlnow home, with two mem- bers absent. Plans were made for the Christmas party. One member from each family lsonthegmne committee. Nancy Lelaed and Laura Wheeling are on the music committee. The CIL,-lst- ms party will be on Dec. 17 at rite Lero Leland home with a potluck lunch afterward. Two demonstrations were presented. One more member, Laura Wheeling, was noted, and sovgs were sung. Mrs. MInow served lunch. Sue Vuylsteke, reporter THANKSGIVING The Sidney FIk'00 Club Larry and Kay For your dancing Nov. 26-27 Cartwright Are=t News MRS. FRANK LEENS The Sunshine Homemakers Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Frank Lassey. Mrs. Bert Youngstrom and Mrs. Ar- thur Gene Paulson and baby were guests. Mrs. Frank Las- sey rePorted on the county coun- cil meeting and Mrs. Forrest Johnson gave tips from the Con- sumer's Report. Mrs. Law- rence Croy had the second half Judson Trulock Funeral Services Funeral services for Judson ',Jud" Trulock, 80, were held at 2 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 20, 1971 at Fulkerson Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. Dwight Harshman officiating. Pallbearers were Frank Cummins, Math Daslnger, Clif- ton Gabrielson, Earl Hawley, Jack Knoop and George Schafer. Vocal selections were "The Old Rugged Cross" and "eautLful Isle of Somewhere." Burial was in Sidney Ceme- tery. Fulkerson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. He was born Marcz 4, 1891, at Hendricks, S. D., son of William aad Mary Trulock. He grew up and attended school at Heudricks and in 1912 he mov- ed to the Jordan and Circle area where be worked for sere era] cattle companies. He married Ruby Noble in Glendive, and they moved to Noble Ranch at Paxton until 1929 when they moved toSidney where he worked for the Rich- Land County Road Department, served as deputy sheriff and later was a ditch rider for Board of Control. RUby passed away in August 1947andJudhas Hved in Sidney since. He passed away Tuesday, Nov. 16, 1971, at Richland Homes. He is survived by his son, Gordon Trulock of Bremer- ton, Wash.; three grandchil- dren and one great - grand- daughter. He was preceded in death by one daughter in infan- cy; four brothers, William, Bob, George and Bert; and two sis- ters. Mary Medboe and Ruth Carey. of the foods lesson, entitled "The Health Triangle." The next meeting will be a Christmas party at the Cart- wright Hall, Dec. 18, with a potluck supper at 6 p.m. CST. After the supper, a shortChrist- mas program will be held with Miss Karen Fleck speaking and showing slides on her trip abroad. She is an IFYE student and "yes in the Grassy Butte area. Everyone is welcome. Mrs. George Thorgramson and Mrs. Dscar Oakland assist- ed Mrs. John Dunbar at her home Sunday withpeckiug treats for servicemen. The gifts were sent rom the EplscopalChurch Women, Lutheran ChurchWom- en and the Sunshine Homemak- ers Club members. Mr. and Mrs. Art Vickers drove to Walsenburg, Colo., last week where they attended the funeral services for Art, s sister, Mrs. Elsie Butler. Al- bert Vickers and his daughter, Mrs. Ruth Good, Fairview, ac- companied Art for the funeral. They returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Julson of Lansing, Mich., and EdSkav- lee of Iakster, N. D., arrived Nov. 14 for the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Louis Hegen, which was held Nov. 16. Her mother had been malting her home with her daughter in Mich- igan. Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Johnson and son, Wal- lace, of Grand Forks, N. D., came for the step-mother, day, a son and Skavlem came for the as well as relatives ey, Mrs. Olaus and Mrs. ter, udrey. Mr. and stayed at,he Monday night and Wallace Johnso Ray Oaldands. respective except Julsons, who tel the next day. Postmaster tioned that the two Christmas stamps sale at the post designs are the anda She also zip code on all and packages and to There will be no on rural or giving Day. Social Security Rep In Sidney Ken Childers, tative from the cial Sidney att 2, between 8:30 ar For more Social SecuritY, Social Security CitY at LIGHTFIELD TRUC Livestock and Grab; Hauling Wanted Semi and Tandem Trucks Available Phone Sidney 482.3858 Lambert 774-2377 If no answer, call 482-3742 Lambert, Mor TELEVISION SCHEDUI00 Nov. 24 through Dec. 8 WEEKDAYS 0.AN] TV Sales and Service 482 - 2018 PROGRAMS C_.A. 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