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Agriculture WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29, 2004 iHERALO you're planning to spend time at Ag Days this year, to get a ticket to at- uet Jan. 14 at 6 at the Triangle Nite Club. will a dinner of beef llamb be served, but the Ringling 5 will The Rin- 5 has got a little bit of ev- including Norwe- their blood. If you like this is the place to be. group of men got to- in the early 1980s :at local gatherings. fun that it's on the road. Rin- 5 has customized five al- with songs relating to lives with a little comedy A brand new DVD has been released to add ion. surrounding corn- have a few Norwe- one song will definitely hit during the entertain- "If Jesus were a Norwe- make many look at differently. Would you lefse for communion? Matthew, Mark, John, how would Lars and Ole be as disci- song was written for ',hurch in Wilsall anniversary. "They us to write a song but the set for 14-15 at the St. Matthew's multi- room. 5 COMEDY GROUP 14 at the Ag Days Ban- give us much ;," Don Seifert, said. "So, we could have he (Jesus) to have been a Norwe- The Shields Valley has grants and we thought the song work." Larry, Ken, Don . Los, Ron and Chuck of Ringling 5 will keep you SUBMITffD The Ringling 5 comedy group will entertain at the Ag Days banquet Jan. 14 at the Triangle Nite Club in Sidney. Tickets are available for $15 at Seven S Ranch Supply, the Richland County Extension Office, Sid- ney Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture or at the Ag Days Trade Show. No tickets sold at the door. laughing all night. As the boys 'We have a way of are not from Ringling, they all like the town. Most of the making fun of ourselves, group resides ill Wilsall in the Bridger Mountains between which gently prods the Gallatin Valley and Liv- ingston. Seifert lives in Boze- groupto get them man and takes the trip up the hill to practice his lines with involved with what we're the rest of the group. The members of Ringling 5 "'gJ0:n" ' have all been or still work in agriculture. Seifert owns "Silent Herder Mineral" in Bozeman and says, "Just Don Seifert about the time I think I know Ringlin9 5 member what I'm doing, somebody changes the rules." The Ringling 5 comedy group is not ready to give up their day jobs. During the day, said. As the crowd never Seifert says most of the guys knows quite what to expect are meek and mild ranchers, from the Ringling 5, the come- but something happens when dy group gets the crowd in- they get on stage. "We're not volved by "throwing the eggs" sure what it is, but something at themselves first. "We have a happens. It's fun to put that way of making fun of our- mask on and go out and have a selves, which gently prods the good time. It sort of keeps group to get them inw)lved your sanity a little bit." with what we're doing. We fig- Their act is not rehearsed ure if we're having a good before going on stage. "It's all time, we'll do our best to give ad lib, so whatever is said, the audience a good time." that's what you get," Seifert It will definitely be a night to remember. Albums and posters will be available after the show. At the conclusion of the night's event, members of the comedy group encourage people to stick around to visit. Join the tun Jan. 14 at the Tri- angle Nite Club for the Ag Days banquet. Banquet tickets are $15 and are available at Seven S Ranch Supply, the Richland County Extension Office, Sidney Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture, or pick one up at the Ag Days Trade Show, St. Matthew's Parish Center, Jan. 14. Tickets will not be sold at the door the night of the ban- quet. denieces irm offices Friday Sidney Fire Department Saturday, Dec. 25: Smoke in a basement. County Ser- Center will be closed on 31. This includes the Agency office, office and Conserva- District Office. The last business for 2004 will Washed rock and sand, concrete, gravel and dirt hauling 433-1572. After Hours Phone: 488-5093 MT/ND Toll Free 1-888-482-1572 Gary Schoepp General Manager 482-4098 (Home) 2004 Ford Expedition XLT, 54 auto, air conditioning, cruise, tilt, power windows, power door locks, 3rd seat, CD, St#2008 2004 Ford Freestar SEL, 4 2-V6, auto, air conditioning, cruise, tilt, power windows, power door locks, right and left power sliding doors, CD, ST#2008. Keith Bostrom Sales 489-5493(Ce11) Christy Verhassell Sales/F&l 4884276 (Home) *Financing through Ford Credit ntl Mon.-Fri. Hours: I 8 am.-5 p.m. Mark Papka Sales Sat. Hours: 489-1065 (Cell) ~~ / ~:9